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Title: The Miami times
Physical Description: Newspaper
Language: English
Publisher: The Magic Printery
Place of Publication: Miami Fla
Creation Date: August 1, 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
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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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u .. Born inClarksdale, Missis-
Mrs. Gavin made a big mis-
sippi on May 11, 1947, Gain
take when she named her little
has become somewhat of a legend -
TEMPORA MUTANTUR ET NOS MUTAMUR IN ILLB; boy Jesse James 22 years ago. i iI in his own time, similarto
It seems that Jesse James Gavin ir 6
that of the infamous bandit
Vol. 46 No. 49 '
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PRICE: ------ --,.-., has been trying to live up I whose name he shares.He .
MIAMI FLORIDA to his namesake ever since.
FRIDAY, AUGUST L,1969SGT. GEORGE BUSBEE
attended public school In
Gavin is now in a one man
Tampa, where he was a prob-
cell at Dade County Jail after
,
lem child and was first arrested -
Black Voters Take Over a wild three day trip from ,
there in 1967 on:a rob-
Memphis, Tennessee that had bery charge. He was also Jail
echoes from the wild West. .,
," .:, ed on July 5, 1968 for break-
He faces trial for the first- -.1"'..( ing and entering, and served
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Alabama CountyEUTAW degree murder of Miami of- time in Hillsboro County's

ficer Ronald McLeod, slain JESSE JAMES GAVINFerguson's Mile Creek Road Camp Pri-

May 7 while investigating a son.He
Ala. Negroes "What you've done here is The six black candidates in robbery. gun. came to Miami after he
have won control of the Greene going to spread all over the the election ordered by the Supreme Gavin pulled one of his sur- Gavin left Busbee hand- robbed Gene's Bar on 22nd
cuffed to motorist whose car
County Commission Boardof Black Belt," the Rev. Ralph Court captured four of prises Sunday night near a ,Street in Tampa this year.,
he took and made
Education in an election David Abernathy told a victory the five county Commissionseats Anniston, Alabama while being Ferguson
drive him a route west toward Busbee who has heart
on a
which their leaders ,
say sig- rally yesterday after unof- for majorities on both returned to Miami by Metro
nals the end of white Gavin's native Missis- condition, spent 36 hours in an
political ficial returns showed Negro governing bodies. In this Sergeants George Busbee and
But the Alabama Alabama for obser-
domination in Alabama's sippi. High- hospital
candidates swept the special county the population is 8 Ernest Ferguson.
Black Belt. election. per cent Negro. way Patrol mounted a chase vation.He .
Gavin squeezed his hand un- and captured Gavin about 30 flew to Miami Tuesday


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I Wells Fargo Killing I


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'A $10,000 reward has been In the par king lot, elevenpaces

offered by Wells Fargo for Information from the door,Bain was

leading to the arrest a; shot by a man who had rushed
and conviction In the rob- from behind a row of four taxi-

bery and killing of a guard last cabs, which were parked near

Saturday night at Wlnky's Sup the door. JY

ermarket, '6107 NW 29th Ave. Bain fell to the ground, dying ,

with the money bag,beneath -
William Bain, 26, was,shot
his body. At that mo-
down in cold blood whenapis-
ment Mack the store guard
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tol-carrying bandit ambushedhim
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came through the door and Into
he out of the '
as came mar- Ff f.y f. the lot.
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ket carrying a bag containing
$3,500. The gunman opened fire on e {
Mack hitting him once in the
,
Bain Is married and the father -
right forearm.
of three children and lived
The robber rolled Bain
at 1411 NW 71st St.
over, grabbed the bag and
Bain came out through the money and raced westward on

double glass doors of the WILLIAM BAIN 62nd St.Several. 3j l'fP iAII.

store's main entrance on NW Wells Fargo Guard suspects are being a s .
62nd St. He was carrying the sought in connection with the BRONZEVILLE"Curvaceous
CHERYL KELLEY IS "MISS
store's receipts in a brown guard, followed several paces killing, and police expect to' ,
bag. Willie Mack security behind him. make
,some arrests soon.
Cheryl Kelley (second from left) won the hearts and votes of

the j udges Sunday night at Bayfront Park Auditorium when she, was chosen

"Miss Bronzevllle of Florida 1969"over, 11 other beautiful and talented girls.

.. Urban. League To Use Runners-up in the contest were (left to rightMary) Young, first; Linda Griffin,

second;' and Brenda Greene, third. Photo by Richard Johnson.BusinessAndIn.dustr.

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Boycotts,- PicketsWASHINGTON


-Complainingthat -, spond to some kind of confron- the necessity for the League

effort8 a* q"<< tation.- to 1Le It:. tatWi as a tax..
persuasion haven't always GUidel1nes to the type of exempt organization.

worked, Whitney M. Youngjr. confrontation tactics that Give OIC $138,925 f
announced Sunday that his Na- might be ,used are containedin

tional Urban League might be a three-page mimeographed : I ....., f"'d" mIII
using more confrontation tac- position paper which Young
tics In the future. said would be presented to an ROBERT P. YOUNGAn those of the future. ties where there are OIC of-
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The League's executive director anticipated 3,000 delegates Five years ago people were fices. More than 7,000 per-
told a news conferencehis assembling for the start todayof Opportunities indus- trying to put him in Jail rather sons have been trained and
group has been "very po- the League's 59th annual trialization Center for Miami than give him awards for placed in modern industrial

lite in challenging the institu- conference.It was assured by a highly suc- assisting black people and mi- careers since 1964. More-

tions", but often"nothing happened endorses "a wide range of cessful fund drive blast off last nority groups.Dr. over, black women are taught

." non-violent, legally sanctioned 6* Thursday at a luncheon heldat that they don't have tobeblondto
"Apparently," he said "the activities ranging from the Hotel Everglades, at Sullivan further stated be beautiful. Black men are,

institutions don't respond to an ,meetings to boycotts, picket- which time $138,925 was that OIC had its inception in taught to hold their heads high
intelligent overview of his- ing, and other strategies for pledged by Miami businessmen. an old Jailhouse In the slumsof and their shoulders back and

torical data they only re- change," bound primarily by The OIC luncheon 'was Philadelphia. A location of be proud.In .
sponsored by the Greater Miami despair was transformed intoa

F R Chamber of Commerce and location of hope. Further his appeal to Dade County

II co-sponsored by the United more, interest began to rise business and industry Dr.Sullivan -
Back On
\- : Earl Carroll Black Federation and the in the program among black said, "Help us up, but
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Greater Miami Coalition. people in Philadelphia. don't hold us up. Don't give us

Metro CommissionGov. Campy In HallOf The keynote speaker was the financial aid with strings at-
.. ;' Rev. Dr.Leon Sullivan of Philadelphia The Ole program has beenso tached. But give with the idea

Claude Kirk lost no when the Grand Jury indicted FameRoy creator, of the OIC successful that It saves the that black people can use the
time in reinstating Metro him and attorney Sy Chadroffon program, who was Introducedby 'commonwealth of Pennsylvania funds intelligently."

Commissioner Earl Carrollto one count of conspiracy to Campanella, still in a Garth Reeves of the"Miami ,four million dollars

his position after criminal, solicit 'a bribe and one countof wheelchair since the tragic Times.' annually In relief programs.Ten Black power and white pow-
charges against him had been soliciting a bribe. automobile accident that end- Dr. Sullivan stated that OIC thousand people are on the er must merge into American
dismissed in Dade Criminal ed his brilliant baseball,career was born out of need.The need waiting list to enter OIC power. Dr. Sullivan concluded

Court last Thursday.The suspended Neal Adams, Brownsville was inducted into Base- of black people for trainingand classes. There are 50,000 by saying that OIC can bring

commissioner was reinstated grocer and civic leader, has ,ball's Hall'of Fame this week better paying Jobs. The people presently attending OIC about a change in ideas among
on Friday. held the vacant seat during The former Brooklyn Dodger need of industry for trained classes throughout the United black people; from "burn, ;

Carroll was removed from the three months that Carrollwas catcher 'became the second workers as a labor force to States. spirit of progress baby, burn,' "build,together 4
his commission seat April 8 suspended black man to enter the shrine. meet today's goals as well as has come to these communi- build."'



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NEWS'' AND VIEWS U. S. Sues 4Q .



ON STAMPS By PETER KEIL Bias Coffee y.1Lf

the individual citizen,and pursuit -
CHINA To many of us,
China Is still a somewhat of the positive ideal of tr
backward country where parliamentary democracy. To ShopsThe
coolies still labor knee deep in commemorate this group anda
mud to plant and harvest rice May meeting three stamps government has filed r
- live in hovels in other were issued May 26. suits against coffee shops in ': L" 1
words merely exist. This is General Dwight D. Eisen- North and South Carolina, con 1 :-
really yesterday thinking for hower and Normandy Invasionof tending the y refused to serve si
it is much different today in June 6,1944,are being commemorated Negroes.
the Republic of China. on a 25th anni- Attorney General John N. 44 (?
Begun in April of 1968 by versary medal that has been Mitchell said the complaintswere
order of President Chiang released by' Presidential Art filed in federal courtsin
Kai-shek the Model Citizen's Models, Inc., Englewood, Columbia, S.C., and Ra-
Life Movement is now in full Ohio. leigh, N. C., against Holley's
swing throughout Nationalist The high-relief medal, Grill in KershawCountySC., C ra
China. This movement emphasizes which will be struck bronze and Johnson's Bar and Coffee a
ideal living habits and and silver, is the '17th In a Shop in Dunn, N.C. y z,I4t
personality traits to be cultI- series of medals marking the In both cases, the govern-
vated among the nation's 25th anniversary of fam- ment seeks injunctions to
school children as the first ous moments of World War n. force the establishments to
step toward what is termed Edward R. Grove, formerlya serve Negroes on the same V P L}& J +
national regeneration and cul- sculptor-engraver at the basis as whites in compliancewith ;r.i M1
tural revival. U. S. Mint in Philadelphia, public accommodations
According to the World Wide produced the portrait of Gen- provisions of the 1964 Civil
Philatelic Agency, China will eral Eisenhower and a sceneon Rights Act.
issue a set of three stamps the medal's reverse that The North Carolina suit said
July 15 in honor of the Model depicts the Normandy Invasion Colonel A. Johnson, owner of
Citizens' Life Movement. the restaurant, had maintained -
Each stamp is diagonally bisected "Ike" is pictured as he a sign reading "white-
- might have looked during the only" on the front door of his
late spring of 1944, when shop. .
I0 he was charged with planning The owner of the South
and executing the largest military Carolina grill, Clyde Gettis
operation in history.On Holley, was accused of refusing -
the medal's reverse is a to admit Negroes to his
scene from Omaha Beach at grill, although he serves both
Normandy. Sculptor Grove whites and blacks at a service
caught the movement station on the premises.
as an -- "- -
Army unit loaded with
equipment
into two pictures. One starts from an LCA Ray Boone (left) of the Richmond Afro-American received the Coca-Cola
illustrates proper attitudes across the bulletwhippedbeach. USA sponsored, second annual Carl Murphy Award for Community Service from

about food and clothing. Cor- THEY GAVE Kelvin A. Wall, vice president, Coca-Cola USA, at the recent National News-
of for
methods
rect walking This medal Is being offeredin paper Publishers Association Convention in Phoenix. The Richmond Afro-
pleasure and healthfulness, bronze at $4 each and silver
are shown while others por- at $20 each. Each medal mea- TO OIC American won the award for its crusade against slum hou sing in the Richmond,
tray correct methods of sures one and three-quarter Va. area. The award consisted of a plaque and $1,000 to encourage further
housekeeping, the importanceof Inches in diameter and is The following is a partiallist community service programs by the Black newspapers. Also attending the
schooling and various rec- struck in high-relief. If you of business places and individuals presentation was Eleanor Lofton (center) Chairman of the NNPA Awards Com-
reation. The three stamps reflect who donated to the
the move men t'$ basic drive to establish an oppor. mittee that chose the winning publication.. ..
principle, of making national tunities Industrialization Cen-
morality a part of daily life ter here In Miami: '
,
and establishing' rules and WLBW, Channel $ 1,000 :-
guidelines for good conduct. Sears, Roebuck & Co. 3,000 --r -- "
General Development 1,500 '-' =
GIBRALTAR The CPAis Catholic Archdioceseof L >4 r __
an association of Commonwealth ff 1 Nt ___
are unable to purchase this Miami 1,000
medal at your local shops, First National Bank 10,000Sea (q. .f J#
write directly to PresidentialArts Coast Appliances -'. It kL\
Medals,'Inc.,Englewood, Dist.,'Inc. 500 I \
Ohio 45322. Jordan Marsh 3,000 iEI
Tunisia As in previous Family Finance 2,000 '
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'years, this country celebratedits Mershon, Sawyer, Johnston,
annual Stamp Day, June 1, Dunwoody and Cole 100 .{
by issuing a colorful and uni- Rabbi Joseph Narot
que postage stamp. The 100 Temple Israel 25
millimes stamp was designed Peoples National Bank 1' !
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,by a noted Tunisian artist, Group 2,000 ti.i %
Abdelaziz Gorgi, and repre- Miami Herald 10,000 Y 4%
sents a group of flute and rum- Burdine's 6,000
Parliamentarians who, playing musicians. The design Chase Fed. Savings &
irrespective of race, religionor fuses the old with the new. He Loan Ass'n. 2,500
culture, are united in the drew his Inspiration for this Porter-Russell Corp. 100
Commonwealth by communityof beautifully stylized work from Florida Wire & Rigging
interest, respect for the the decorative patterns foundin Works, Inc 10
rule "of law and the rights of the famed Gafsa Rugs,, Scott, McCarthy, Steel,
Hee__ & Davis 500
-Herbert L.-Hlllar a'ufl o N... ,' n
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Relations "
40 > ''
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/ / Sunbeam- WCKT 1,000 .. .. I

Serbin, Inc. 100 \
Southern Underwriters

0 National Inc. Airlines, Inc., 4,000 25 :For Your Added Convenience .

First Federal Savings

REPAIRS Cutler&Center Loan Ridge Regional 10,000 500 DRIVE-IN BANKING JII JIIOur

I I Lon Worth Crow 200

Hume Mickleberry, Smith, 50 Drive-In Banking service is the easiest and most III

STEREORADIO StorerBroadcastingCo. convenient way for you to handle 'withdrawals -and III

1,500 deposits. The service is
friendly III
7-11 Stores 250 and fast just
Eastern Airlines 2,000 the way you want it. Drive in and see for yourself.
Barfield Instrument
Corp. 50
Van Jones 15
Jenks Metals Inc. 30
Ryder Truck Rental, e
Inc. 1,500
Floyd D. Cerf 100
1. Poetry Awards s e
Foundation, Inc. 25 1
Kenrick Clifford
,
(personal) 50
AMERICA FURNITURE Winn-Dixie 4,000
Allen Morris Found'n 500 6013 NW 7h A venu*

2300 NW 0 St. Christian Star Construction CommunitySer. Co. 100 Tefephone 759-4431

Agency 100 J

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THE MIAMI TIMES, Friday, August 1,1969 3


Chrysler Training Black New Car Dealers


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Chrysler Corp. disclosedthis training within the next two members. to Times' editor Garth C. tained by the Nixon Adminis- A spokesman: said some
week it has eight Negroes years. Al Dunmore, former news- Reeves at the publishers con- tration's fledgling black capi- dealerships, such as Brock's
now in its dealership training Commerce Secretary Mau- man who edited the Florida vention in Phoenix, Arizona in talism program, which Demo- were financed through Small
has six rice Stans reported in Wash- June. crats attacked as "not sufficient Business AdministrationSBA
program, established edition of the
Pittsburgh
ington last week that Chrysler Stans used what he said was ." ) loans, some through
Negro dealers and "antici had "pledged" 24 auto Courier here several years Chrysler's pledge as an example Chrysler said five of thosein various combinations such as
pates" 10 more entering dealerships to minority group ago, confided this information of a concrete result ob- training are for Dodge and SBA, company and commun-
__ three for ChryslerPlymouth ity assistance, and some
m. dealerships. through resources raised locally

Existing dealerships and the by the prospective deal-
Black Congresswoman Calls date of their awards were list- ers.
ed as Ed Davis, Detroit,1963; Those in training for Dodge
I Ebbetts Field Dodge, Brook- dealerships are Robert Hill,
a lyn, 1968; Central City Dodge, Los Angeles,A.Vernon Small,
For Newstyle Politicians ,Baltimore, 1968; Fred R. Boston; Leon Smith, Newark,
Nichols Dodge,San Francisco, N. J.; Isadore Bailey,Chicago,
1969; Lou Brock Dodge, St. and Dave Bing,currently Na-
Louis, Mo., 1969; Don Thomas tional Basketball Association
WASHINGTON D. C.-Rep- as the convention theme. Addressing
coming
years.
Chrysler-Plymouth, New- player with the Detroit Pistons -
resentative Shirley Chisholm Mrs. Chisholm, maintainedthat herself to people "Who are
ark, N. J., 1969. .
called Sunday for radical there is a social revolu- now, have been or will be in
change in the nation's priorities tion in process in this country the political arena," she stat-
and challenged the peopleof and stated: "Because there is ed that they"mustgivetwogut ,
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tis country to create"new- a social revolution in process commitments to the people of a THE CHAMP
style, revolutionary politic and because many of you are this country."
ians." fighters in that revolution, I Outlining those commit-
The Brooklyn Congresswoman think that it is worth repeat- ments as: (1) "A drastic and
was the principal speakerat ing (Frederick) Douglass' revolutionary reordering of SHIRLEY CHISHOLM HAS SOUL !
the National Urban League warning; 'Power Concedes the present priorities that deprive -
Conference luncheon sponsored Nothing.' the degrade' and (2) and express those commit-
by the Council of Urban Congresswoman from "the belief that any new orderof ments that black Americanshave
League Guilds. The League is Brooklyn commented on the priorities must be basedon shifted their primary
pound of liHt beef
holding its 1969 convention at recent elections of black people what Is best for all human goal to full political partlcit ILA pure
the Sheraton-Park Hotelhere, to public and predictedmore ity," she said that "it Is ini I t pation." ; with soul sauce
with "Ghetto Power inAction" would be elected in the search leaders who will give Mrs. Chisholm stated that
the goal of all poor minority l No bigger burger anywhere I
groups in this country --particularly -
those who live in the"ghetto"
S -- was "political, .;
social and economic liber-
ation," and said that the only
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f oY way to do that was by placing
"much more emphasis on preparing -
ourselves for life in the 0 0 '

political arena." II Illllgl, I qlp p p1111IIII
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1I I woman Chisholm stated that 111 I I l Illpl, jdI II I!
yl "the next decade will be a crucial 49 C d ( (Illlll dl I IIIIIII Ii11111
one" and that "no one in IIgIIG Ill l li I '
this country can afford to remain ,
jI or become a political or CHAMPBURGER 111411111111111111111111 IiVpollflllllll''
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politically apathetic. N.W. 62nd St. and 17th Ave. a IIIIIIIIIIIIIliII111111111111111IIllllllul

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Bill BaggsA IT'S EASYI irS FUN! 4150 NW 7th Avenue 759-8733 '

number of friends of the Here's how.... 14255 NW 22nd Avenue, Opa-locka MU 8.0617
late Bill JBaggs will gather at 20848 South Dixie Hwy., Cutler Ridge- CE, 5-3553
First buy 11 copies of the Miami 'Times for
Christ Church on Sunday, August you
605 NW 7th Terrace, Ft. Lauderdal JA 4-3357
10, for a service in his 99<. Sell them for 15f a piece. You ,make 664 I
original 99 in* 3801 Grand Avenue, Grove HI 5.1381
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Altar 'which'we all this process until you are Jelling 50 or more l 339 Hammondville Rd., Pompano WI| 3-2434 "
agree is appropriate for a man
who believed, as Bill Baggs papers. When you are selling 50 Miami Times, ,'.
did, that a' white man and a you will make $3.00 profit for yourself each week. HON. L. L. BROOKS, President '
black man could in' fact be I GEORGE P. HARTH, General Manager ,

brothers. CHARLES A. LOCKHART, Public Relations Director -- p '
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WRITE
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'Salute To Business And Industry ;

Mlamians, black and white, were proud of themselves and
their community last week when the results of the OIC fund
drive was announced. The results even amazed the founder of

QIC, the Rev. Leon Sullivan, who founded his first Opportunities r rc
industrialization Center in Philadelphia six years ago i OlrP 7
At the end 01 a luncheon that lasted our and a half more 1" a
raised to make Miami the 91st in the '. '
than
$138,000 was city ,. "
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country to have an QIC. Rev. Sullivan said he had not seen the ", '.
likes of it anywhere, and he has raised money for centers in ', ,
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most of the major cities of this country. ,' jo'"J
This effort says a lot for our local business and industry. It ,' :: ;' ,' '"

says that the so-called power: structure in this community has 1 .. t tt ,,'r \ 1 .' N
exhibited a sincere and genuine effort in helping to solve one of '\ ,
the major problem we face here,And that is the lack of skilled \, ", : \ N -

people to take advantage of the many good jobs that are now becoming : A successful united effort for worthy cause
available faster than we can supply the personnel for
them.
Another thing we liked about the OIC drive was the spirit of i
iI
cooperation shown by the three sponsoring organizations in I
bringing about its success. When the United Black Federation
t adopted the OIC as its initial project, sought the help of the To Be Equalby Black Profiles

I Greater Miami Coalition and the Chamber of Commerce in F +

planning the endeavor. The UBF sounded out the black community Whitney M. Young Jr.
' in an initial self-help drive and the community responded Of
by oversubscribing the $5,000goal. This response enthused Executive Director National Urban League CourageBy

t ,the Coalition and Chamber and together the three organizations
Lou LuTour
worked out the project. This was a significant exhibition of
,community planning and cooperation.We Men On The MoonThe
are not saying that the establishment of an OIC will solve
t all the problems that beset our community.But we do that
say landing of men on the moon was an extraordinary feat, Toki Schalk JohnsonIt
4, if major organizations of this will and work
together
community plan something only science fiction writers could imagine just a
in a sense of helping each other for the good of the total short time ago. '

community, we are well on the way to removing' many of the Time stood still as millions upon millions of people all over takes a courageous and intelligent woman like Toki Schalk
obstacles that stand in our path. the world watched the spectacular event on their television Johnson, Woman's Editor of the New Courier to submit press
sets. Some of those people watched men walk on the crater- material to the Pittsburgh's Women Press Club for the Mary
Townhouses For Poor PeopleAt pocked moonscape on television sets in rundown tenements in Shine Award. and the wonderful thing is that she came out
the winner In nrevious (1965. 'and'67) she feature
vears won
this time when most of the poor people in our community the ghettos of Amor lea.
A are living in the horrible concrete monsters that absent land- They watched on inferior sets bought on outrageous" install-' awards from the National r r 'g
lords collect outrageous rents for,any news about better hous- ment interest rates. They watched, while plaster peeled from Newspaper Publishers Association
ing is welcome. the ceilings and rats scratched in the walls. ; but to be a winner of
Such is the news that Metro' public housing officials are the Mary Shine Award, ma-
readying bids for a $9.2 million, 745 unitbloc of public housing Millions of people watched after a long,hard day's work at terial had to be submitted with
i designed as townhouses. These units will be spread over sub-poverty wages. Jobless miners in Appalachia, migrant all names and publishing Com
Mexican workers in Texas, poor blacks in the ghettos .. all panies removed., So it is evident
15 different sites in the northwest area, 80% in the City of
Miami. watched what the television commentators called America's that Toki, as she is called

The units will include one to five-bedroom apartments for greatest achievement.It's by her thousands of readers,
large families and efficiencies and one-bedroom apartmentsfor not. won on the merit of her writing
elderly persons. To America's 30 million poor people, the moon landing had ability alone. She is one out of 1+ '6r

The family units will be assigned to specially selected public little meaning, except perhaps to taunt a child with dreams of three black women members of
housing tenants who show signs of enough "upward mobility"that accomplishment the system places beyond his reach, or to the Women's Press Club of
flaunt affluence and power in the face of a man who can't afford Pittsburgh Pa. and holds the
,
they might be able to eventually climb out of the poverty ,
Y:bracket and purchase the townhouses. to feed his family. office of vice president. 'As
The scattered site concept of housing was pioneered here In For the,poor, the moon shot seems just another stunt, a winner of the Mary Shine k <
: circus act, a marvelous, trick, that leaves their poverty un- Award she all
as previous
1961 as the first experiment with it in a metropolitan area. ,
d
None of the units are planned for within the Model City area, touched. winners ,cherishes the Steu- .
!where Opposition has met previous attempts this year to increase It cost $35 billion to'put two men on the moon. It would take ben glass vase which Is the
public housing. The Model City Governing Board has $10 billion to lift every poor person in this country above the prize TOKI SCHALK JOHNSON

adopted a policy of preferring open spaces so the density of official poverty standard this year.
the ghetto area can be reduced. Something's wrong somewhere. She came to the Pittsburgh Courier as its woman's editor
The astronauts are brave, talented men. The scientists and from Boston some years ago when social life or what Is often

Let's Gef' The Record Straight engineers who put them into space are brilliant,hard-working referred to as society was in'hey-day'with parties, dances
,people. The men who conceived of our space effort are bold, and sorority conventions being top on the list. Told made her
The Times wishes to correct several erroneous statements imaginative men who made mankind's historic dreams come home with Mrs.Robert L, Vang where*" *QR hfl *"" arrled_
regarding The Miami Herald's Send-a-Kid-to-Camp: ram true. lu JUm w. jonnson; and eventually she and her husband moved
_----tatitave-appea in Dave Boudu'S popular Around Miami" Bur what kind of priorities can justify putting men on, into'their own home on the hill The house with the red door."
column the past three,weeks. the moon while children go hungry on earth? Together they enjoyed working' in the newspaper field, he In
We put in a call to Ken Small at the Herald and talked over The whole space program got under way in 1961 when Presi- advertising,
e ,these '"problems"' and would ,like to set the record straight. dent John F. Kennedy said: "This nation'should commit itself -

Two weeks 'Bondu, said he had been informed the kids are to achieving the goal, before this decade'is out,of landinga Her early life in Boston where she was born; was chockedfull
being sent to a camp other than the Boy Scouts' camp at Se-' man on the moon and safely returning him to earth." of Interesting experiences through which'she had met many
bring. In his column of July 4 Bondu inferred kids attending prominent interestingnews
people. of
Many those make
Well we did it. It above all people
not proves ,that,this ,country can do
Camp Sebring ,under .the-Herald's sponsorship were receiving for
her
section,today but. with the change in the news
anything it sets out to do; it accomplish anything it really ; ,
equal prlv edges as the Boy Scouts. trends
many new faces for features -
are brought to her attention
wants. It has the ,
resources and the know-bow to
succeed.
The Herald Is continuing to send approximately 25 boys to in her
women's fiction
section. And although she,,wrote
What if another had been
goal announced back in 1961
? What '
Sebring'each week 16. In addition the Herald
August
through for,a living when in Boston return to
if the nation had been mobilized behind the of ,and often has the urge to
:I began sending more than 100 boys each week to Camp Shady and the racism goal ending fiction, she admits that her work as woman's editor offers
poverty
that causes so much of it
Grove on July 13. Arrangements at both contracted ?
were
camps both
I All this with a timetable just as In the opportunity, to help others and to make,the world happy.
; m In February and no circumstances at either camp have al- space programa --
tered original schedules. target date for victory.By .
The Herald sought the Boy Scout camp this summer In addition now, poverty would be a thing of the past. Instead of Toki believes in extra-sensory perception, and she states
to Shady Grove because of the carry-over value a boy worrying about Inadequate housing, not enough Jobs,and racial that there are times when she can read a man's thoughts before -
K have In the Scout The of the he speaks.She en joys astrology andbelieves that the stars
might Boy program. success pro- tensions in the cities, we would be a slumless society with do have
Et gram at Camp Sebring is evidence In the fact that 75 per cent equality and opportunity for all. something todo with one's lifel "And," says she, "al-
of all boys have joined the scout program upon returning to Isn't that a goal worth mobilizing a nation behind? being though without it cams late in life,Iteelan awareness of the supreme
& Miami. It's not too whom no one -- absolutely no one can survive.
late.We can still do it.The best opportunity was This belief
Any lack of camp privileges at Camp Sebring for the first missed. Back in'1961, we were still'singing "We Shall OVer-' has been delightfully shared with others throughher
g group of 25 boys came about only initally when they #had not come," and the nation was just about ready to enter a periodof ,of her"sermonettes" which' sometimes come at the beginning
I yet physical examinations. They were not allowed to swim, Idealism and social energy. Here personal column 'which' is a vital part of her section.
r for example, without physicals, but shared aU the privilegesof again we see a woman with the courage to highlight her
the camp with the Boy Scouts once they were proved But it's time for another try. It will take leadership; bold section, with statements of truto.
physically fit. imaginative leadership. The kind,unfortunatelywedon'tseem
This Is such a splendid and unselfish program that bene- to be getting from: an Administration dragging its heels on Pittsburgh, a one-time pioneer town,has become'horns'for
fits so many kids who would normally never have the chanceto civil rights and economic opportunity. Toki and Johnny. Their red brick house at the dead-end of a
> enjoy it that we thought this clarification was mandatory. But now's the time to seta new national priority; to do what sloping street is the Ideal haven for people who work, and a
P And knowing Dave as we do, we think he would like the record should have,been done years- ago. We've put men on the moon, perfect niche for a life of writing. especially for a woman's
straight also. now it's time to see what we can do for those here on earth.. editor whose Intelligence,contacts,courage and love for peopleis
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Victims Of Preventative Detention?


THOUGHTSby ;" ,. ,....,.> 1 .... ... ,. .' .. ,:i,.:.,:".; '\'.,
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You For Real ?
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The Georgia governor stated recently that "it would be : Ft 4r,1, R !

better to close Georgia schools than to bow to the "Commu
nistic demands" of forced school integration.' The'Commu- f
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nists' he refers to are those who, he insists, represent our iit
Justice Department and who are demanding that if, indeed: 'aJk
Georgia does not come up with a statewide school desegre-
gation plan they will face Federal court action and the possi-
bility of losing $75 million in Federal monies.

The Governor, is in the last analysis, the spokesman for
the people of Georgia. Can it be that the people of Georgia
dink as this man does? Let's hope not. The Governor speaksof
freedom of choice. He bandies freedom about as a tool to

perpetuate a rickety system of education in his state; to per

petuate cycles of hatred; and, to perpetuate, through the ex-
ploitation of children, his own malignant ideas of what free
dom is. What is freedom?
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Stated simply,freedom is the right to do what we ought to do, I t, l
not what we want to do. If the Governor had the power, he said (0' '\:/ .,'
he "would close all the schools for a month or a year or two
years". Fortunately, he does not have the authority to do so. LET US NOT DECEIVE OURSELVES, OR DISGUISE WHAT IS BEING PRO

Hopefully, the citizens of Georgia will rise to the occasionand POSED. PREVENTIVE DETENTION IS AIMED PRIMARILY AT CR/MESOP

not let a former short order cook of fried chicken whose VIOLENCE ARMED ROBBERY, RAPE, MUGGINGS, AND THE LIKE. THE

only claim to fame was the fact that he would not allow Ne- HEFT OF ALL THESE CRIMES TAKES PLACE /N THE PART OF EVERY
groes to eat in his restaurant, to throw away their freedom. CITY WHERE
UNEMPLOYMENT IS HIGHEST
Their freedom to do what they oughttodo. We have reached a WAGES ARE LOWEST SCHOOLS
place in history that has no room for the Lester Maddox ARE WORST HEALTH AND HOUSING CONDITIONS ARE LEAST& 4BLE

theory. He continues to rant on and on about how adherence to AND'LAW ENFORCEMENT IS MOST REPRESSIVE AND LEAST EFFECTIVE-
any federal request is a 'sign of cowardice' and he further IN THE BLACK GHETTO?
chants that he will 'recommend that the State Board of Education TOM
III IV/CKfV-A/TIV/ YORK TIMCS
proceed. as they have been proceeding.' This suggests, it
seems to me, that the citizens of Georgia recommend that QY\aUSI
their Governor pull in his horns and settle down to the serious -

ousiness of seeing to it that all citizens be provided with
wnat they have been guaranteed under our Constitution. I
PHIL OSSOFERAll I I

Tnis also suggests that the people of Georgia exercise more ;,
carefully their right to vote. They might wake up one day to II" \
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find that the Governor is charging that voting is "Commu- humanitarians will which the writer sai ,"Pond.
nistic" tao.Our. agree with the subject matterof ering the impact of watchingthe
The Miami Times editorial first human setting foot on By Booker T. Hayes
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"First Things First" in the the distant moon, looking at the C

July 25th Issue. As the editorial expressions on the many faces Soul Of A ManStored
Readers Speak Out pointed out, It Is of all colors, nationalities and

.... .. ..... time that this country rethinkits creeds, at the awesome moment in the mo.nory bank o!my mind are a number of incidents
'. values" "Problems of I felt the electrifying and occasions that have had such an impact on my life Y;
poverty, war and discrimination oneness with all humanity For it would be impossible for nut to discard them. Their effect
(i are far more importantto one fleeting moment, Iexperi- has been so profound: I would venture describe them as un-
1 !ff. M ; the survival of this great enc&d that universal utopia forgettable.. To this list will be added another with a calendar
rfl nation than a few rocks gather and brotherhood of man date of July 25, 1969. For, many people this date will offer no
ed from the moon's surface." through this stupendous feat. special or significant reason for being remembered. Even at

0 '- ,-,.. ..'-" '" ./_' How true! Then, pondering on this, I felt this time many will wonder what of importance really happened
that this illustrious country on that day. They will feel this way because they either

Utters the Editor The question that comes to had the means and capacityfor did not hear the message delivered by Senator Edward Kennedyon
to my mind, however, is this: even greater accomplish that date, or failed to realize they were being offered the
would all the money spent on ments and goals, leading the rare opportunity of looking Into the soul of a man. Not Just

Opa-locka Residents Protest our space programs have gone world to universal peace brotherhood any man, but the brother ,of two of the most outspoken advocates
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of human for all
.to eliminate these threeafor and solving all its dignity men.
I mentioned evils had we not Few men have the uncomplicated make-up or the cleaness
Police ActionsThe pointed our sights toward the ills A new ray of hope, a new character it requires to permit such an inward view of \

moon? Fin afraid not.If it were dawn broke. tried to surmise their Inner being. Only when a man feels the Job to be done

Honorable Mayor of Opa-locka, so, why didn't we accomplish what the young, country's ag- overshadows the importance of the individual will he deem
this before our such a sacrifice necessary.Ihave seen this type of sincerityin
As result of several complaints, designated members of the space program gregate brain-power and ability
began; before Vietnam or our other men, but it somehow seems all the Kennedy brotherswere
People Organization for Progress recently investigated and two terrible world wars in of vast human co-opera- equally endowed with this passion to serve mankind. It
had the few to observe first hand the
opportunity a nights ago '
appears the principles established by John F. Kennedy have
which wasted not bil- '
we only tion could accomplish with Divine
administering of the law in the Black Community by some
lions of dollars, but so much become the family creed. They seem destinedtodo their part
members of the Opa-locka police department.We guidance if diverted to the
precious human blood as well? to help create the great society of which John dreamed.
have concluded and our findings reveal that there is an No it isn't Just the money. complexities of human coexistence I viewed the Senator's speech as an appeal for the right of

apparent and definite need for some type of human relations The elimination of poverty, and mutual welfare." an individual to be human, regardless of the office he bolds.

program to be established by the department, especially for war and discriminationwillbe If this "one small step forman An appeal for the realization that all men are subjected to
those witnessed the barrassment of Black youth at restaurants, expensive, but it will not happeii their own variety of problems and difficulties. An appeal too
enroute home and while cnnvprs fng In groups-Ja-tbeir- until man has a change"" nnp gfapf loop for maD the people of his state Judge him on the basis of the whole

borhoods. This for the most part consists of on-the-spot questioning heart towards his less fortunate kind"; has the effect it had on man, and not on the mer its of an unfortunate accident. The
about irrelevent things, in addition to unnecessary fellowmen, "for where man would have had to be foolish not to understand the reper-
verbal usages by certain officers. Obviously enough, we don't your treasure Is, there will this writer, we are already cussions such an incident could generate. Thus I fully under- ,
find this type of police activity happening in the predominant your heart be also." (Matt. rethinking our values makingthe stand his admission of being in a state of complete confusion.No I'
white residential areas of Opa-locka. Nor is it desirable in 6:21.) To date our treasure is ., one has said as much, but the truth of the matter is that '
the Black residential areas. the accumulation of material problems of poverty, war the Senator actually panicked. He was acutely aware of the
problems and found that he was human in respect. I am
wealth at the cost of human every
Moreover, the recent display of shotguns along with a police and discrimination on earth
of the opinion that his actions to his confirmedthat
prior speech
of anautomobile accident (151 Street and degradation. So,it's not a mat-
dog at the scene ter of dollars and cents alone our first concern from this the thlnking behind his actions would bear this out.He seemto
22nd 25 was totally unnecessary. (It is com- ,
Ave July 1969)
but more so of heart and sense. feel that since he was subject to the same failures of other
mon for crowds to gather when things like this occur.) Further time
trained to The solution comes not from on. human, he must not escape the Justice they also must face
still, we feel as irrational nature for persons pro-
vide security and a part of several such Incidents which have the pocketbpok, but from the p----too---- -------------------s

occured in the Black community that seemingly contributed heart. I
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to an increasing hostility toward the Opa-locka Police I believe that the moon land- Miami TimesSUBSCRIPTION II
and its Metro aids. This is particularly the understandablecase :
Ing, expensive as it was, act-
and is undenied by a sizable number of Black youths. 1
ed :as a .magic elixir which
awakened many hearts, to the I ORDER .1 ,;,' ,,f f{;;, .;,:;'.'" 1
Nevertheless, because we are concerned about developinga Miami Times ,,\', ': 1'.' ,' ,
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progressive Opa-locka, we recommend the following for' concern for our earth and its I 4 ': J :. ,-' 1
serious consideration by the Opa-locka Police department: peoples, having the effect of I 6530 NW 15th Avenue ., 1
((1) the utilization and implementation of rational reasoning permanent mind expansion, 1 Miami, Florida 33147

while on duty; (2) the beginning of some kind.of human and unlike that futile,, temporary I. 1

community relations program (this is a necessity); (3) the expansion offered, by LSD.Perhaps 1 Enclosed $5.00 to cover the,cost. ,of .a one year subscription i; to. ,
existing situation in Opa locks further necessitates immediate our oute -sPlcepro- 1' .'
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behavior exemplifications, ,by members of the police gram is the stimulant needed. .I < I I" ," ,,:. 1

. department, that are indicative of the fact,that the Black com to develop our Inner-space I I .Mail Paper to:,
munity of Opa-locka is not being molested or harrassed, legally (between the ears) program. I 1 1

or otherwise. for world brotherhood.My 'I I Address 1
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feelings on this subject

. Sincerely, were perfectly described a I i:, City.# State 'Zip CodeRANDOM .._..__.
Benjamin B. Cowins, Executive Board Member, letter to the editor of one of

people Organization for Progress,'Opa-locka. our local dally papers in J j I I-gr _ r r _ _ _ _


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'" of{t <: He was a member of
the
Showmobile To Publicize < .iJ..] NTA, CTA, and FEA. Besides
A teaching history and government -
t in Apex, North Carolina

A Festival Of The ArtsThe Opa-locka he served EOPI as director Neighborhood of the,


.BY CLARICE LITTLES Cultural Arts Festival and singers from ongoing pro- Center. He was transferred to
Miami Times Editor the Concentrated
Society
will participate.This Employment
committee has enlisted the use grams
of the Metro Park Depart- Program as a supervisor of
Mr. and Mrs. Raymond(Lena) Heastie have returned to the ment's Snowmobile to inform show will also be pre- direct skills training.
city after a delightful 26 days in Boston, Connecticut and the public about Its' Summer sented in the Southern end of d From DST under the reorganizing -
New York. They were the houseguests of Mrs. Melba Lee. Festival of the Arts. On Mon- the county later. The Cultural of CEP, he was ap-
Andrea Williams and John H. Samuels were married Sat- day evening, August 4 from Arts program is sponsored pointed deputy director,under
urday in Greater New Macedonia Baptist Church. 7 to 8 p.m., a variety of talent the EOPI and the Mayor's the executive director,Harold
Carmen Jackson and twin daughters, Sharla and Sharnee from the Cultural Programsin Council on Youth Opportunity.The E. Oliver. Perkins, known for
returned home after a vacation in New York City. progress around the county public is invited to attend being stern and dedicated,
Ruby Mizell and Carnestine Dillard will leave on Sunday fora will be exhibited from the this affair on Monday. Thereis conducts his duties as deputy
Jamaican holiday stage of Snowmobile at the no admission. Nathanel D. Perkins, 28 a director of operations very
Miam Ian who
native graduated
Bobby Lee spent a few days in Miami with his brother and Culmer Center EOPI, 490 NW adequately.
sister-in-law, John and Myrna Lee. 11th Street, This segment is Just one of from Booker Washington
Juanita Lucky and Larry E. Williams were married Satur-, The red hot "rock" band the events leading up to the High in 1962 and received his WATCH OUT
day in Greater New Bethel Baptist Church. from McArthur Jr. High,will three-day festival at Bayfront B. A. inSociology,History and
Mr. and Mrs. William Bowden had the pleasure of enter- provide music for this event. Park auditorium on August Government with advance FOR DUKE TASK
taining their two granddaughters, Connie Minter and Vickie Youth Opportunity dancers 30, 31 and September 1st. work towards a Master of Arts
degree, is called "the Whip of (Page 26))
Norris of Cleveland, Ohio. Their other grandmother, Mrs. ---' "
Nina Barney Joined tern for a few days before accompanyingthem Mrs. Mamie, Malboy of 1116 NW 51st Ter. entertained the CEP.
to Cleveland. Stewardess Board No. 1 of Greater Bethel AME Church A delicious -
Among those who were in Miami for the funeral of Leatha dinner was enjoyed by all. Classes Now Open:
Johnson were Mrs. Barbara Brown, sister, and her family "$ x
from Torrejon Province of Madrid, Spain; Mrs. Mabel Wood- Yvonne Davis and John Hall were married July 18. Yvonne' THE LOUISE RILEY
side, Mr. Chrysostom Finlayson, Mrs. Violet Flowers, Mrs. is the daughter of Mr.Will Davis and me late Mable Davis and .' FINISHING & MODELING
Rachel Rolle, Nassau; and Rowena and Irene Finlayson, Key the groom is the son of Mrs. Angieletta Hall and John Hall. x p ACADEMY

West. The Rev. C. H. Thompson, pastor of Transfiguration Bap- 35 NE 17th Street, Rm 233
in Jamaica Mrs. Daniel Nairn whoreturn-
Vacationing was tist Church, Nassau, Bahamas, arrived here last week, accompanied i
ed home in time to welcome daughter, Juanita Lotmore,who by his daughter, Mrs.Frances Stubbs.He Is spend- TEL: 379-3531
Jetted in from Nassau for a few days. In Self Improvement Classes
ing a month Tampa with his sister, Mrs. Irene Outen.
Bernard and Essie Briggs toured the Northeast for their 'A for men and women began
vacation. The lawn of the month for July went to the well groomed' 'J June 16th
Cynthia Garrison will graduate from Mount Sinai School of lawn of Mr. and Mrs. Patron paschal of 14790 Buchanan St., '
14 Practical Nursing, Thursday, August 28 at 8 p.m. Richmond Heights. '
Melzie Elliot attended a pre-conference workshop and the -
American Library Association held in Atlantic City recently.
+ Richard Greene has returned to Huntsville, Alabama after
GRAYSON o0O
spending two weeks with his parents, Mr. and Mrs. Woodrow o
BEAUTY
(Bernice) Greene.Congratulations. SALON
to Virginia Daniels,recent graduate from (Newly Open) ..Mh I;
) State 1778 NW 95th Street
ft. Valley College.
I k, After five weeks vacation in New London, Connecticut with Tel: 696.6560Allhairtreatmentsfree e
her slster.Darleatha p. Hadley and her brother, Powell Hall, with
hair dos
7 Mrs. Harry (Juanita) Smith and sons, Edward, Edgar, and Expert Wig Stylist
Harry n are back In their,88th Street home. Air Conditioned 0O

After Friday, Nancy)Dawkins will jet to Freeport for a week Louella Groyson Prop.
of relaxation. ,r Sarah Cooper, Katie James
Bessie 'Styles Smith Its in training it Edith Macy Training Operator

School, Girl Scouts of the U. S. A*., pfeasantville, New York.
Happiness is a baby girl, Joi Wynette say Hazel and James
Matthews. ...
Recent vacationeers to'the Bahamas were Gwendolyn Wil- LADY LEE SAYSGet .y
i t {dams Finley and children, FlfJyd) "E,. and Wanda LeJune, Yourself Together
Among the Showers for bride-to-be, Andrea Brown who with one of these Super Soul
will be married on August 16, was one hosted by Jacqueline Specials*
and Marthel Silva. ,
T Milton and Connie Sutton vacationed in Ann Arbor, Michi-
gan. They were the h 0 use g u est s of Harry and Catherine eNbR
V[s .Abrams. ii ", '
Claire Marie Gaiter and Maron Edward Johnson were married -
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Saturday in Holy Redeemer Catholic Church.
Here for, the funeral of Mr. Frederick H. Seymour are
: Dorothy McArthur, Ideal Wiley, Mattie Donn,Thomas Clarke,
East Orange, N. J.i; Melvin Seymour,Freeport,N.J.i; Mr. and THE NATURAL AFRO
Mrs Robert Ford: RahwayN.; Leroy Davis,Newark, N. J.; NOW ONLY $20.00
Deidrlck Francis, Greatneck, L. I., William C. Seymour and Permanent Curly W sNOW
daughter Mickey, Boston; Dellegal Seymour, LeFred ONLY $20.00
Seymour, Mrs. Olive Brown, Nassau; Johnnie Mae Muldrow, 100% Human Hair Shortle
Maitland, Ga., Alfred Seymour, Lake City, Rev. Bertram NOW ONLY $20.00

Collie, Wacco, Texas. Call) Now \\I '
Gladys Crawford and son Leardon vacationed in Tampa, Palmetto
685-5541
and Tallahassee. In Tallahassee they Joined Lucious, LADY LEE 477Ei\ Styled by
who was in summer school for the motor trip to Miami. 773 Fisherman WIGS St.,
Audrey and David Wynn motored to Kansas City for a visit Opa-locka
with relatives. Mrs, Vera Blue accompanied them as far as We Deliver -Inltant Credit
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Dothan, ,Alabama, where she visited her sister, Mrs. Belle 1
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Blue. ', :: : "
; Mrs. Marie Black is in Avon Park where she rushed to be of r A _____
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-- -at-thfrbedside-of heNlster--
Here from'Minden, La. is Rev. M. M.Coleman who is visiting
I I his son, and daughter-in-law, Vic and Lillie Coleman his The Turning of a Skirt.
; daughter and son-in-law, Johnny and Mildred Marks. LING HAIR? USE

, Get well wishes to 'Marie Cooper at home after a stay in That little bit of skirt gives you a whole lot of looks. Minikindsof
Cedars; Leatha Williams at home; Melanie Knox at Variety NU-KAIR ,
I Children's Hospital; Thelma Melton North at Jackson. skirts. With bangles and buckles, 'chains and belts. Stripesor
: The reason for the Plnkstons absence from the scene was a
visit to her brother, E/4 Romis McClendon, who is a patientat solids pleats or plaids. In colors of light or midnight bright.

Fort Gordon Hospital.Mr. SAP! Shown here; The solid $9. The
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$9
stripe : The
Charles H. Jones was kept quite,busy the past ten daysas wrap-around,
he entertained his son, Michael A. who Jetted down from REUEfNUKAIR $11.. From size 3 up.
Philadelphia to look over their new home. r

Here for a brief visit with her parents, the J. Hartman Big Sale
Taylors is Cassandra Edmons of Virginia.

Here on vacation is former Miamian Mildred (Eason) Mitchell Now In
and son Darrell, of Boston. They are the houseguests of
Mr. and Mrs. Hugh S. Nixon. ProgressLORY'S

Mrs. Katie Williams is spending her vacation fcfpjttsburg, I highly m.dleaUg1 te h l '
Calif with her brother and family. Mrs. Nettie Walker and reload >i grevyth na"' ,
0 ly y og f st relief.ef ((3 an | S ( Ii>
daughter went as her guests. .WRY !)(!
Local No. 3 International ARE Ladies Auxiliary Miami,won $!Kft| r "ji.qt-yov.lt., Ld11\
atrophy traveling the farthest distance with the largest num-
ber of members to the International Convention held in New
Orleans, July 21-23. Mrs. Clarice Carnegay is president of A thti-o Month Supply Qrtty FASHION
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Local No. 3. $ ) .5o ; ; .' SHOPS

Mrs. Gladys Solomon, Mrs.Athalle Mulllens and other mem- EVERYWHERE
bers of the family flew to Sparta, Ga. to attend the funeral of Temple Add
their brother and uncle, Leroy Clayton. Before returning to + 6IJ2 NW 7th Avenue (Edison Center)
a c Miami, Mrs. Solomon will fly to Michigan to visit with relatives I
and friends, then to Chicago where she will attend the. ,
National WAC Convention. .
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Carver YMCA Presents Community. Bound Program

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The Carver YMCA's"Com- St.; "B" 1060 NW 62nd St.; 1370 NW 61st St. out with group "D" from I I

munity Bound" program will "C" 1240 NW 59th St.; "D" Baton twirling will be going 5:30 p.m.

..n be in your area beginning July
1
8th August 13th. Activitieswill
..! I v'. iG be offered at the follow-

!. '.. ,, :" S ,! r Qa y, ing locations. They are: "A" ,

\ 10 ll:30a.m."C"4-

y d p.m. arts and crafts, cer- ,

amics, quiet games, trampoline -
and modern dancing.

"B" 10 11:30 p.m. "D"

4 5:30 p.m. rhythm band,

'photography, quiet games,and {
Judo and karate. M

Friday, August 1, Carvers 1I

culture through play program T
performs for the community.

F'tqY Monday: "A" 1435 NW 61
St. 5 -. 5:30; "B" 1501 NW
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1 59th'St.; "C" 1060 NW 62ndSt.

4:15 4:45; "D" 1370 NW
GIst St. F
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3:30 4 p.m.; 1435 NW 61st 4 T ,
St.; 1501 NW 59th St. i ( la '
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Wednesday: "A" 1501 NW .4
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1240 NW 59th
59th St.; "B" i
Coca-Cola/ Cites James Brown St.; "C" 1370 NW 61st St.;

"D" 1060 NW 62nd St. __ ....nnm.n.m__.......
James Brown, America's leading soul singer, Thursday: "A" 1435 NW 61
received an appreciation plaque from Paul E. X. SWINGING IN THE RAIN An overflow crowd of 70,000 fans braved a 'r

Brown of the. Atlanta Coca-Cola Bottling Companyon Sunday downpour to witness Motown's Stevie Wonder deliver a soulful displayof

behalf, of the worldwide soft drink industry. The ,MIAMI TIMES showmanship as the youthful recording artist sang and ,played ,harmonica,

plaque was presented during James Brown Night at ADS harpsicord and drums at an outdoor concert held in Harlem's Mount Morris '

Atlanta Stadium and cited the singer's numerous Park.Bareheaded,. Stevie declined offers of umbrellas by scores of fans and

went onto a 40-minuteperformance in the rain that had the
civic, charitable, and educational 'contributions. DON'T COST stage enthusiastic

James Brown' first spot radiocommerical for Coca, crowd clamouring for more. Other Motown artists appearing at the concert,

Cola was released this ,week,to youth oriented and THEY PAY sponsored by the Harlem Culture Festival, were Gladys Knight and the Pips,

cr. Negro stations across the" nation. David Ruffin, Chuck Jackson, Willie Tyler and Lester and Blinky Williams.3URDINE'S .

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/ cup gentle detergent for
baby articles such as Dreft.
DEAR MRS. WHITE: How
,< can I remove brown stains
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glycerin; let stand Vi hour;
launder in hot water adding
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wet dacron blouse on a
hanger to dry now I have rust
stains. LOST CAUSE.
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I THE MIAMI TIMES, Friday, August 1, 1969 9

Two Girls Get Scholarships

I Brother And Nickie Lee Move To WRIZ I I
Mayor Stephen p. Clark available to him two months Ray .

presented scholarships to two ago by Pelayo Garces,founder I .
local girls Tuesday for study and director of the Hewas
downtown
Monday through Friday.
at Garces Brother Ray's popular Gos- was first on the radio on sta-
Commercial College Miami institution. with WAME for six
-
pel Train and the soulful tion KCOH in Houston, Texas, years
In offering to Mayor Clark -- prior for five years on
Mariana Nickie Lee Show have movedto but his first gospel program
Glmeno
Christine Steele and these scholarships for distrI- radio station WRIZ. -- which was also called WOKB in Orlando -- before
awards at a 10:30, received the bution, Garces, a Cuban exile, "Brother Ray's Gospel Train that on WHAT in Philadelphia
a.m.cere- explained the action "out of Brother Ray's Gospel Train -- originated on WOKB in or- for five years. He is a rec-
In
the
Dinner mony Mayor's office at gratitude to you and all free- is on the air Monday through lando in 1962. He came to ording artist and a nightclub

Key. dom lovers,especially La- Friday, from noon to 2 p.m. WAME in September 1963 -- singer. He is on the Board of'
These will be the first two tins and this great American Brother Ray's real name is since then, he has always done Directors of the Greater MI-

scholarships granted by nation which we free Cubans Rayfield Crume, formerly on gospel programming and sing ami Urban League and was the'
Mayor Clark out of 20 made love I as part of ourselves." WAME. Born in Chicago, Ray ing., first guest on Channel Two's

new TV show, "Shades of
Black" (Tuesday nights at 10''

11 More Meaningful Curricula For Ghetto SchoolsWASHINGTON p.m.college) Nickie at Lincoln had four Universityin years of'

Oxford, Pennsylvania. In

D. C. A will provide its 93 affiliates A. Dentler said: ter about ways to improve the .. 1963, be set the new world's
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new cooperative'network to with information about curri- "The Center for Urban Edu- programs." BROTHER RAY record for continuous broadcasting -
escalate ,effective educational cular and communitydevelop- cation eagerly looks forwardto -- ten days and ten
programs in metropolitan ment programs of the Center Leaders at the two-day con- Brother Ray has a gospel nights from a store windowin
with the National
working ference were Dr. Ermon O. of himself downtown Miami.
schools across the countrywas for Urban Education. Each af- group consisting
Urban and its affil-
formed today by the Na- filiate contact League Hogan, Senior Educational and five other Negro men
the Center
may WRIZ
iates in this new cooperativeeffort. was bought by Sud-
tional Urban League and the for resource and services, including Specialist from the National called the"Z ion Tones".Theydo brink Broadcasting on June
Center for Urban Education.It consultation. Urban League; and Dr. JamesW. have a few records but 20, 1969. Sudbr ink Broadcast
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"We consider it a major Elsbery Assistant Director mostly appear at church
is the first time a research "This pioneering effort step toward bringing better Center for Urban Educa- groups, etc. ing also owns WRMS in Broad-
and development cor- should do much to establish educational programs to urban tfnn..v_. stone_ Illinois and KYND in
poration and a major civil more meaningful curricula in school children. In addition, The conference, funded by Burlington, Iowa. They sold
rights organization have join- urban schools," League Executive through their observations of Sears-Roebuck Foundation WRTH in Wood River (St.
ed in an effort to pinpoint Director Whitney M. the new Center programs in preceded the annual conven- Louis), Missouri in March to
AVCO
workable educational pro- Young, Jr., said at the clos- action the Urban League staff tion of the National Urban Lea- three million Broadcasting for over
grams across the country.The ing session of a two-day conference and volunteers can give valuable gue, that starts tomorrow'atthe dollars.
Joint projectalsowillhelpdisseminate or representatives of information to the Cen- Sheraton-Park Hotel. Program director for WHIZ
about in Jack Lee, who has workedat
information the two organizations."By .
the other radio stations
various cities' successes and
failures in owned by Sudbr ink BroadcastIng -
education.The providing new guide-
lines for new and inexperienced before coming to Miamiin
Center for Urban Edu- teachers and new instruc- June.
" cation is a non-profit corpora- tional programs for ghetto General Manager and Vice
.. tion based in New York City children we can confidently A President is Harold W. Gore
,f and chartered by the New York look forward to overcomingsome -- also having been with having -

State Board of Regents.It also of the glaring deficien- been with Sudbr ink Broad
operates as Regional Educational cies in our present educational \ S b> w casting in their other cities.
Laboratory under contract -' systems," Mr. Young said. (Currently he lives on a house I
'J:. with the United States Of- J boat at Flamingo Marina), i

", fice of Education. Speaking at the same ses- x. NICKIE LEE WRIZ comes on theair each

,,'_,: The National Urban League. sion, Center Director Robert Soul music b y a DJ with morning at 6 a.m.

;is. :# style is Nickie Lee.The Nickie Some popular shows on .,
Lee Show can be heard on WRIZ are the Billy Graham
2 to 6 Show and. Back to the Bible.
SEWING MACHINE ATTENTION i WRIZ from p.m. daily __en__
1968 Singer Console 49'ersOF DORSEY. HIGH
Slightly used zigzag In sty "The Drunkard"At North Miami 1
1e lI.t walnut cabinet. Blind On August 2nd our class
hem dresses, makes button will end its 20th reunion with
holts,' ssws on button., .,; The Drunkard, musical re- seats $1.00.Theater )
social night at the Sheraton
4 overcast and fancy stitches hue based on "the good olddays" Calendar __ weekof ,I'
without attachments. Und Four Ambassador Hotel's f
continues week-ends July 28 August 2nd.
,,,aront...Ful I price$56.70 ballroom 801 South Bayshore Sidney Pettier and Joanna Shimkus relax bet. "
moke Friday and Saturday at Ruth "The Picnic. film being l
or 10
payments of Drive, Miami From 9 until: of their drama for Universal ,
I $5.67 a month. Tax down, ween scenes tense Foreman's North Miami play- made! by and for young actors
n. Interest. For free home All classmates are invited and "The Lost Man," photographed in Technicolor and house. Curtain 8:30 p.m. and actresses 'of Ruth Fore-

', demonstration, credit, call Capital guest. Call, U3.Z780orSowlltg Panavision. In the story, Poitier I is involved in a reservations 891-1832. nun's Summer Theater WorkShop

p.m. Hollywood mgr.922-3528 till 9 759-9490.Ebenezer Edwards Chairman $250,000 toper, and Miss Shimkus abets his escape Continuing Saturday,August will be on ,location. at
1 i 949-1124, out of 2nd, Children's Theater matinee ,Haul-Over Beach, Thursday
Mown from The drama i
patrolling police. hard-hitting
Allen Secretary. snow
Hula Mae
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playing at the Lib City Drive-in. r Gypsy! Fortune T.n.All Columbia University contest.,




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For the first time the Miss Universe Pageant had four
black chaperons for the pageant. Two of the chaperons were
A FEW POINTS OF INTEREST ?
z H t : from the Coconut Grove area. They were as follows: Mrs,

1JK We all should be familiar with the 13 arrest:? made last Ka ., t'Y'Y'Yr. Freddie Young, 'a teacher at Pincrest Elementary, chaperon
sz ay of Miss India and Miss Bermuda; Mrs. Barbara Flowers
Friday night at Coconut Grove's Bayfront Park. Among R ,a
,them were two Liberty City residents This is how found teacher at. Frank C. Martin Elementary, a chaperon of Miss
fiat I : concern those to Bahamas and Miss Puerto Rico; Mrs. Gloria B. Robinson
,.,out i couple of true facts thought may. ,
.,whom the names were familiir.v a teacher at Coral Gables Senior High, 'a chaperon of Miss
First of all we flust clear up one point which is the entire Congo and Miss Bonaire; and Mrs. Vivan Woodard, also a
situation in a nutshell. That is that there is no excuse for anyone teacher at Frank C. Martin Elementary, a chaperon for Miss
being in the park after the 12 o'clock curfew, Being awareof Ecuador and Miss Aruba.
the curfew, a smart person would have left at ten minutes of The community, is really proud of these young ladies for
tweive. However, bearing all excuses in mind and considering, being the first black women to do such a Job that was well done.
:that it could have happened to anyone, we must still conclude\ Wedding,bells ring for Jimmy,Harris and Catherine Billing
that there is no excuse r on Saturday, July 27..
E'. A mong some of the points I thought would' interest you about The Johnson's ( R.'J. and Marion) and family Just returned
the Friday night arrests are((1)the 13 persons! were, scattered: homo after a recent vacation in Tampa, Florida.
tall over the park,and not sitting in one group having a party: Step Hall and the Uniques again entertained over 200 teen-
gand, (2)) the roundup made by the poises outcers occurred at: agers at Virrick Park on last Thursday night.If you want to
t 12:10 not 100. Although these two points nuy prove insignificant -' catch this little bit of entertainment come out to Virrick parkon
to some, I felt they were a very good example of how the Thursday nights.
8 truth of a situation becomes altered by the time P. reic'iet! ';It* Persons in the Grove area are really satisfied with the ser
lmp.dla. In this case the process took approximately hours., vice and courtesy they get at 'Dew Drop In Sundries'. Jack
.The story showed up on the, front page of Sunday's local sec- Sod sum oj tk WeekMiami Dunn, the proprietor, the son of the late Robert Dunn, can
.4 .jtian. really make you feel at home. Air-conditioned and with soft
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music. So, if you're tired of Burger King, just drop on by to
FRIDAY NIGHT'S CONCERT: Jackson senior Vondolyn Burke reigns as see "Jack",
,e Approximately 3,000 "Pop" fans turned out to Miami Beach this week's soul sister. Von Is the daughter of Mr. and
Convention Hall Friday night for the big show starring Gary YOUTH CENTER
Mrs. Burney Burke of 1234 NW 62nd Terrace. Her
f Pucket and the Union Gap. The stars sang six other songs in hobbies are modeling, dancing and she digs listeningto Coconut Grove Youth Center, located at 230 Grand Avenue,
(.addition to their five colSecutivel11llUon, sellers. j all types of music.CORRECTION. is a place to go for all types :it recreation. The director of
The group also introduced their soon to be released new 15 this center is .Mr. Edward Lawson (Blimp). The center hours
rpm. For a change ot pace, as Gary pucket put it, the tune Is are from 9:00 a.m. to 10:00 p.m.
t that of the "country ,western" style. I thought it lousy but '-- ._.,.. _--. iI. ,.--:"__I The center has various activities as : .ping pong, pool, card
I rafters rang with the applause from the 95% white audience. playing, and dancing.
Appearing on the same show were"Mercy"whose popu- altercation wth another teen The center had a ping pong tournament last week against

lar tune "Love Can Make You H}ppy shaded Miami polls for Dan Scott and his .brother ager last week, are not related Perrine and the Grove, won 9 out of 11 games. The girl's softball -
about two mouths.! A very pretty feong which unfortunatelycould Arthur the two who In any way to Mr Skeeter team has won 2 out of 2 games. The boy's 'softball team
not be heard because of some technical difficulties. youth were Scott. stands 1-1. ,There will be a ,pool tournament next week.
shot on NW 18th Ave. in an :
\ ; The, Spiral Stair,Case, a comparably new group completedthe The center has Art classes on Wednesday and Fridays. The
trio ot performers. In spite of the group's big hit "M rer age limit is from 7 thru 12.On Tuesday Black History class s''".*
Today Than Yesterday" the performance, lefta little to be. do are held at Carver's library at 1:00 p.m.Beginning next week,
I[ sired. I 't "n from 4 p.m, to 6 p.m., there willbe a drama class on Tuesday
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evenings. You can now go and sign up for guitar lessons at
EXPLOSION' Carver gym. After you have, finished the six week's course
CHAMBERS BROTHERS DYNAMIC BOY'SJUMP
the guitar will be given to you free.There:'will also be a dance
the Brothers
r? i Oil Saturday the eighteenth, Chambers of MisW -
'' I L sissippl hit AlUmi and hit it hard u given center every Friday night from 8:00 pm. until 12 p.m. at the

\\t '4 An overflow: crowJ;(,lurned out to the MhmlJai-Ali: Fronton
4 to see the group that we havebc waiting for.'since their last
t'year's appearance at Thee Image 1
A few thousand pairs of palms left the concert. red for it wasa
four hour hand clapping session. P 1
Their gigantic hit "Time Has Como Today" was sung once i
earlier in.the evening, however, a demanding crowd of about SUITS
6,000 shouted Tin Tlrml! Time! until the group finally broke
into the number for a second time.
Among those present were Ruby pace; Ralph Murray,Rose Permanent Press "' ;
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Vondolyn Burke, this week's soul sister, has Just returned SCHOOL was
from a two week stay in Nissau. Von is boasting of the wonderful -
time she had playing' the clubs around the island. PLAY 7A 'Mi
Norvel Bethel was home again this past weekend, however, '
[for the funeral services of,his grandfather: Leonard Bethel, CASUAL WEAR 1 y r
(who passed away. Our'sympathy. ., ,.:stzoi: L M.3' I-
I We would also like to extend our sympathy to the family of, SmtrH- _
Dan Scott(a real nice guy) who's funeral was held Saturday at Medium -
''noon under the,direction of the House of Albert. Ages 8& 1C q
: Cynthia Blanford, a'69 graduate of Miami Northwestern,entertained Large 1
guests at her Liberty City home last Saturday night. Ages 12 & 14'' I ,o k =, _


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Today we'll discuss prob1 at the most. Still another Is
R1 UIIP e m dogs and the bad habits to saturate the hole and sur-

,: that accompany them. rounding soil with ammonia
>\< One of the most common of solution ((1 part ammonia to
.- : these is fence Jumping. There three parts water) One last
',' \..:\ !' : : are several alternatives to solution is to cut toenails down

'.;" .I""./1' 0.C this problem. One is to have to the quick(the fleshy part we
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Jumps out. Two Is to sting him the holes with rocks.
Rev. Verbert Anderson of
Summer Aides in the lobby of the Federal left on the rump with an air rifle One last most common problem
Building are from to right: of Mr. and Mrs.Arthur A.Anderson -
is that of
until he returns to the snapping or biting
(back row) A III e Mae Valentine, Constance Regan, Rosa Pearson, Terry of 14201 Madison St., "safety" of his yard.Three is members of the family. If

: Parker, Gerald McQueen, Kenneth Turner, Vernice Owen, Carolyn Manning, Richmond Heights,graduate of have an electrician run'a you have a pup, don't let him

Regina Lawrence, Shirley Lyons, Howard King, (front row) Verdine Taylor, Mays Miami-Dade High School Jr. College.,two years Now at "hot" wire along the fence< on snap at the kids now.Snapping
,,' Carol the Inside that now means a biting dog later.
produces a
Washington Connie
Jo
Young Mr. Bernard
, Lamong, Linda attending National Computer It look
cute to
may see a
: slight shock when power Is pup
and
Sapp Johnson.
Carolyn Institute in
Washington, D. C.
turned on.Another. full of spunk, but in a few
was adlne here in Miami
is months you hare a dog that may
de-
I Youth Find Summer Work With Coast Guard during the week of July 4th. struction of,problem furniture and possibly hurt you or your kids.If .

::,; Four Miami participants 6965 NW 20th Avenue, Terry degree In sociology and a career household goods. The quickestway you have an older dog, the
>, in the Summer Aides Program Parker of 1239 NW 70th St. in social work. Reworks "Any wh.... In Hie world to break dogs of this problem first time he snaps or bites a
,.'1 of the Coast Guard are among and Joan Campbell of 3239 NW in the Aids to Navigation of you want to go" is with the proverbial hickery member of the house, have it
" 25 aides employed at the three 48th Ter. The fourth is Panzy TJCKfTSCQSr"Your stick,don't use the paper, out with him, then and there.
major facilities In the Miami Hendrix of 6329 NW 13th Pl., fice.Joan Campbell works in the NO MOpE,4TmI.L as this does nothing but make Don't be afraid to hurt him.
", are. who works at the supply depotat ,Legal office, and is a serious noise. Don't be afraid to sting Keep in mind that the dog snaps
.The hardworking youngsters the Coast Guard base on musician who plays the clari- the dogl! It's better to sting him for area s 0 n.'Given enough
I" are useful to the Coast Mac Arthur Causeway. net and piano. She is alreadya now,than buy new furniture and reason, any dog will snap.Try
Guard in the busy summer Yvonne will be a Senior at high school graduate at 16, BUS pillows. to eliminate the'problem lithe
boating season, and at the time Northwestern High School,and and hopes to win a four-year Digging is a very common human element is involved
when many of the permanent works In the Coast Guard's music scholarship to Clark Neighborhood Agents" Travel' ". problem and can become dan- (kids teasing, etc.).
civilian workers take vaca- Merchant Marine Safety of- College in Atlanta. gerous to humans passing the Remember, that no dog
tions. While helping the Coast fice, where she worked last Ac, near to you at your holes. One quick solution Is to should snap at anyone who
7 Guard they earn money to year. When she started last Panzy Hendrix works at the telephone.WE DELIVER.Give uc 7543517.a coll. fill the holes up with his own takes care of him constantly.
supplement the family incomeor year, she had no typing capabilities Coast Guard supply center 6105 NW 7th Avenue excrement and cover with a Don't let your dog be the boss.
pay for higher education, but learned through which stocks items for Coast Choi. C. North, Manager light layer of soil. Another is Next Week: Enjoying Your
and gain valuable experiencefor self-study, now producing Guard units in Georgia,Florida to put several rat or mouse Dog: If von may have any questions -
a future career. perfect copy. The office staff South Carolina and the Aides have a full-time coor- traps, depending on the size call Cooper's Canine
unanimously requested her Caribbean. She was recentlya dinator and counsellor In Mr. of the dog, in the spot he digs Service 691-2643.
Three of the four arework- candidate for the Miami Bernard Lamont. He holds a
back this
ing for the Seventh Coast year. Herald's Silver Knight Award master's degree in Administration AnnouncingThe
Guard District's headquarters Terry Parker is a Senior at achieve- and Gui-
; for high scholastic Supervision start of a new K-9 Service in MiamiCooper's
in the Federal Building. Tennessee State University, ment. dance and Is an experienced
I They are: Yvonne Johnson of and is aiming at a master's This year, the Summer counsellor.Jack .

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BY DAVE BONDUh
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It does not seem quite right to me that a landlord can builda
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group of apartments and charge whatever he wants to for .
whatever he has built, especially in a city like beautiful Miami
where !there are so many poor people who have to live in these
apartments.
Now when I say "whatever he has built", I mean Just that.
There is no ceiling on the rental of a one bedroom, two bed- a J ,
room, or even an efficiency apartment in our city, and the ren- <
tals are made in Negro neighborhoods by the week, and in the t't].
other areas by the month. In other words,the black man pays F3$ '.\ : :: \

for an extra week whenever there are five weeks in the month. ) :: ;; .
Usually for less than the "other fellow" gets on a monthly A -:
basis, and this manor woman needs this money more than i F l 5 7a
anyone else to feed a large family. t '
Some of these apartments do not have kitchen cabinets ,' w? }'
some do not have hot water tanks.. many have an overloaded ': ;
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septic tank because of the s mall tank put in for a huge I -1'_ -
apartment building a six building, 12 apartments com- b- I Pictured with Chuck Hall, Mayor of Dade
plex downtown that adds up to 72 apartments has three medium F County is Joe Thomas, a 1969 graduate of Miami
sized for rats roaches termites
dumpsters garbage ,
Northwestern Senior High where he of five
was one
abound in these apartments, and one cannot ordto buy good ,
furniture for fear that the termites will very shortly'make it students' awarded the National High School Award ,
into dust .walls crack and water pours in when it rains, not Excellence and was a Silver 'r>night nominee in
only on the third floor,but on the first and second as well. It is speech. He received_ a standing ovation for his in-
impossible to buy a rug and expect to keep it because it is terpretation of the "Creation" by James Weldon I
not too easy to sweep water out of a rug. and never air con Johnson with musical accompaniment by Mr. Roscoe -
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ditioning.As change of seasons come to everybody needs air-condi- ,Speed. To theright of MayorHall is his mother,
tioning in summer and heat in winter.We wonder why our teens Noble Lady Mary Arline, Grand Matron of Florida.
are in the pool rooms and on the corners? They're there because *. .
it is air-conditioned or can get a breath of fresh air. It puStTcwra{ &WIGLET'C ASES ]
is hot as heck in the house, so'why stay in it. If we had more .
air-conditioned homes and apartments, people would stay in to of DISTINCTION <- :
keep cool. Don't you think this might help our juvenile (as well' : ELECTRICALLY HEAT SEALED (I .
as adult) problems crime?The kids would not gather to find WITH ZIPPERS OR LOCKS -' ;' .l :1
things to do, they would be home.lam not saying that this will THE WINNER : LARGEST ASSORTMENT OF' :.
put an end to all crime, but sure would help. So, if you're : STYLES, SIZES,>COLORS I..,' .
"Lucky", you can rent an air-conditioned apartment with Shapely Cheryl Kelley was the popular winnerof S AND.CRA{ FLORIDA ;....'ft', ,. :
plenty of room and closet space for $100 $125 a month in a the "Miss Bronzeville of Florida 1969" contest W. hove Wig & Wlglet"Htad \ .C' :
"mixed" area, but if you're poor you rent a one bedroom Sunday night at Bayfront Auditorium. Cheryl ,won a on Plastic Base \."t :fJ"i"" .
apartment in a "pastel colored three-story slum" for $20 a PALJN WAREHOUSE' ,l a f"v' :
$700 scholarship plus a trip to Los Angeles to com- REICH ., i :
week or $100 a month(in five weeks),with not enough space to, .
1004 5th St., at Michigan Av.. .,
in the national -
pete contest 5 and chance
turn in and that turns into an oven in summer and an igloo inwinter. Sept. a at Miami Beach Phon.t, 532.9108 :
with termites eating the furniture the chore of'the $2,000 top prize. Open Dally & Sunday 9 a.m. to 7 p.m. .
sweeping out water when it rains. where you beat water i i'.e..e' ...............e..e.eo
MOT your dishes and children's bath each night: where you
pile your dishes on the sink for lack or a'kitcnen cabinet .' READ DUKEIOW ,UNDER NEW MANAGEMENT I
and where your children play in the court yard with cars PAGE 26 *
coming in and out, open septic tanks and garbage dumpsters & OWNENSHIP

overflowing. ( ,: \
What we need in our city is more closely guarded building
codes, rent ceilings, more laws to make landlords and tenants :' '
more responsible for housing and a thorough look at good live-
Park & Valet j
in managers and maintenance personnel in each complex. I Shop
will cite one complex that I know of that is in the heart of the
Washington Heights area (downtown)at the corner of 8th Street TEL VlSiOt
and 4th Avenue. There are children living there,but the live- t
in manager has quite evidently had a talk with the people who
live there, and they all seem to be proud of their surround- I Rl( LEA I l .RYA
,ings. It is proof that it can be done, if we all take a little time r
to see that it is done.It has been said that slums are not built, 1 t r .<
they are made In most cases this is true, but there is a re-
sponsibility on both parts to see that they are not made. A
landlord cannot put up a building and Just collect rents without
putting something back to help keep it up, nor should a tenantbe ,
allowed to break and damage property. There has to be a
:meeting of somebody's minds and action on both parts. Every- ,
,body talks about'' the problem, but no one is doing anything '!!!6n!, .- 1. ,,.
about it. What say? '
PRETTY GIRL OF THE WEEK:'Cheryl Kelley (Miss,Bronze- .I
ville of Miami) MODEL 11P50A WITH'
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PRETTY BOY OF THE WEEK: Sonny Wright
VIP OF THE WEEK: Mrs. Louise Riley PRIVATE LISTENING 6894 NW 7 AVE: 8361151Dry 1

MOTHER OF THE WEEK: Mrs. Thelma Valles EARPHONE ,
QUICK NOTE DEPARTMENT: Queen Marshall celebratedher
to birthday last Sunday.,We hope she bad a lovely day. $5.00 Cleaning at its VERY BEST
Ossie Doster has been selected as representative for a tour
of Europe next summer, so if your plans call for a trip next
summer, call him for full details... Cheryl Kelly was chosen DOWN
:over all of the beautiful girls in the Miss Bronzeville Beautyand
Talent Pageant USA',Sunday night at Bayfront Auditorium.She Call
will travel to Los Angeles'and vie against 35 Bronze beau-
:ties from that many states on September 5, for the USA title 7515629NO
and a $2,000 scholarship. We,wish our first Miami represen-
tative the best of luck and hope she brings the title back to us. CREDIT
.Louise Riley owner of the Louise Riley Finishingand Model- REQUIREDALSO
ing Agency was coordinator: of the program for our state and
did a marvelous Job. Garth Reeves had a fine hand in it too
'. Til next week live life every golden minute of It. PEACE.
:, Wilbert Haynes, Owner r
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I Shades OF Black Does Its Thing .. : ,, ,

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separate"We're communities.dealing with Black two "Jobs Now"project,sponsored totalization Center. thing, and it's an Important > ::'
by the City's Task it's communi- vH"in}
and white It's Force. "Last year with 'It's Our something $ "
up to us, to { ;
A year earlier In Philadelphia We're going accom- :
Bag we were trying some- cation.
Community Television
to act "
as liason between the two she organized the In- thing new. We weren't sure If plish important things. I knowit. ,
to establish communication Service Training Departmentfor it would work, but it did. This ." ;; ,
the Opportunities Indus- know That is Rolle talking.
and year we we've got some- Sylvia \
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ultimately understanding t',
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That is Sylvia Rolle talking. r \ /
She is a woman who lives in '..f"I" :
two separate communities II :... '" { lI
and works as hard as she can
to make them one. ,.f s 4

Last, summer, when Miami '_ .. .
was rudely awakened to the '. '' "" ,- >' C t
reality of racial riots, Sylvia .f.J.... .' .. ., .i' '.)>1,' :
Rolle was acting as hostess for i
Channel '2's "It's Our Bag" .. r, 3 ___ af
series, an experiment ,in E\ .. ..
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black-white dialogue. .,Na K
This summer,Sylvia is backin ; N 1F
Miami and the television
program that began as an ex-
periment has become"Shadesof
Black" a one-hour once- ,
a-week show aimed primarily -
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at black youth and the white r ,a. Alyin Guilford of the Small Business Adminis-
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community in general. Al- AI r_ tration and Leon Earles ,of SCORE, look on as Wil-
ready "Shades of Black" has Sylvia Rolle and Joe Powell discuss the",current racial situation at Edison bert Hopes" signs papers for his $25,000 loan from I
tackled such issues' as "Afro Sr.. Hi h..(p.o.e..is a. teacher Edison, }addition to;>> being assistant pro- the Small Business Administration.
Clothing Fashion or Fad?", ducer "Shades-'of Slack." *
,black tokenism and the crisesat _
Palmetto and Edison Senior ..' $25,000. SBA loon
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High Schools.Upcoming plans j
says Sylvia are equally am- 't I I
biti",,!:.
Ambition is nothing new to .' r Buys Cleaning BusinessA
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the attractive and,vivacious i I
mother of two. Six years ago ., i ; loan of$25,000 was madeto tance was provided by Leon
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she helped launch the Liberty Mr. and Mrs.,Wllbert Ear Ie s of SCORE (Service
News then a weekly paper :' : ... ; i'' .'#. I I Haynes by First National Bank Corps of Retired Executives)
geared to the Afro-American ,,,;,i,.'v', '' i// I of Miami and Small Business and by Mr. and Mrs. Donald
community. Not one to sit back ; ; Administration to purchasethe Jandos former owners.
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behind a desk, Sylvia acted as 's/irnifiWi Park andShop Valet 6894 The loan was approved
layout artist wrote proposals ." ,:' NW 7th Avenue. through SBA's "Operation
sold advertising wrote edi- ;: 'i """' Mr. Haynes is a former pos- Mainstream", which is designed -
torials. ,.".i"i: tal employee. He attended to strengthen and increase -
Before the newspaper business t. Florida A&M University and minority business ac-
Sylvia workedas an Em- \ .-. has completed training In air tivity.
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ployment Development Spec- ; ; conditioning and refrigeration Shown are: Alvin Guilford
ialist. .In Miami her home, 1. He has had 16 years experience SBA representative; Wllbert
'" she worked with the Urban 4 ::1 .. it -- ..: 'j' In dry cleaning and Haynes owner; and Leon
League, developing new job : S pressing. Earles, SCORE representative. -
opportunities. .like the 1967 Sylvia Rolle with assistant producer of "Shades of Black," Joe Powell. Extensive counseling assis- .

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16 THE MIAMI TIMES, Friday, August 1, 1969


Sylvia. Adderley- Weds Kendal Sands Third AKA's leadership Hold v LaFleur-Collie NupitalIt ..

Transfiguration Episcopal School was a colorful, mod wed- In a pr e. cere mony program .

Church, Opa-locka, was the ding for Constance Maria Col- Mrs. Lucille Stratchan

setting for, the nuptial, mass lie, youngest child of Mr. and Baldwin Hepburn sang
uniting Miss Sylvia Adderley, -oj'" & Mrs. James G. Collie, Sr. Mrs. Leila Williams was or:

daughter of Mrs. Thelma M. and Christopher LaFleur of ganist. Nor ma and Norma

Adderley, Hollywood and the Detroit, Michigan on Saturday, Palacious,niece and nephew of

late John Adderley and Kendal >E w: .v June 21, 1969. The Rev. Lam- the bride,served as guest ush-

Sands, son of Mrs. Maude bert L. Sands, rector of St. ers. Mrs. Albertha Palacious,

Sweeting, Nassau.. i., Agnes Episcopal Church,presided sister of the bride, was

Rev. Fr. Elisha Clarke, Jr. j \ over the twenty-two director of the wedding,

performed the do u b t e. ring ,. minutes ceremony.The The reception was held In
ceremony. Organist was Mrs. bride, given In mar- the halls above the Bonded
rt .
Julia S. Clarke and Mrs. riage by her father, wore a Rental Agency.. The rooms

Thelma McDonald, soloist. short cameo-styled gown of were decorated with large mod

The bride wore a puritan \. ., antique white lace buttoned paper flowers, colorful balls

empire line gown of aqua chantilly ';!. down the front. The sleeves and multi-colored streamers.
lace over satin, long ., r ere long and tapered; the col- Babalu and The Headhunters

pointed sleeves, scalloped : lar was high and ruffled. Her from Nassau, Bahamas pro.
neckline and hemline.Her veil t it':: _8nH',1 Xit.MRS. shoulder length veil was of vided music for dancing. .J
of aqua nylon tulle was at- y t.i /' MARION P. ALLEN matching antique white lace on Among the more than four

tached to a pearl tiara, bouf- The Alpha Kappa Alpha a bow. She wore shoes of fine hundred guest in attendance '.

fant, and flowing into a full- if'i Sorority, Inc. held its third linen accentuated by rhine- were the bride's brothers and

length train, appliqued in lace ) ,. Leadership School at Pocono stone buckles and mod heels. their, families: Mr, & Mrs.

rosettes. She carried a cascade 1, t1 ,, Crest, located on the crestof The bride carried bouquet of James J. Collie, Jr. and their
of white orchids on a the Poconos Mountains in white orchids surrounded by four children of Detroit,

white satin Bible. The gown J.t. \\tj.! Pennsylvania. Mrs. MarionP. Lilies of the Valley. Michigan; Mr. & Mrs. Kelsey
d :
was designed by Mrs. HazelH. 1' lW t ",
Jones, Opa-locka. ; .. : : Gamma Zeta' Omega, repre- bride's sister, was matron of godparents of the bride, Mrs.
Mrs. Rosalyn Jackson was sented Miami. honor. She wore a short champagne Daisy Major; Mrs. Myrl Gib-
matron of honor and Sylvia i The Leadership School was colored gown of chiffon son and Mr. & Mrs. Albert

Porter, maid of honor. Other established by vote of the over taffeta. Her mini-veil Smith, all of Miami. Mr &

attendants were Shirley ...... Boule in 1964 and the first was made of white tulce. Mrs. Vernon G. Collie, Mrs.
Clarke and Irene Stubbs. --
one was held in Zion, Illinois The bridemaids all wore Holston Collie and daughter,
Flower girls were Kimberley KENDAL SANDS SYLVIA ADDERLEY in July, 1965. The 1967 School short A-line gowns of water Elizabeth, Miss Mary May-

Walker, niece of the bride and wore an olive green lace and groom; Mrs Ellen Knowles,I was held at Montreat, North taffeta, with high collars and cock, Mrs. Myrtis Thompson,
Melody Saunders,cousin of the silk ensemble with matching grandmother of the bridegroom Carolina. At the time of the long ruffled, sleeves. Betty and Mr. Anthony Roberts of

bride. Jeffrey Clarke, cousin accessories and wore a white ; Mr, and Mrs. Regi- establishment of the School Chandler wore flesh pink; Nassau, Bahamas. From De-
; of the bride was ring-bearer. orchid. The mother of the nald Sands, Michael, Tyrone, it was the intent of the Directors Glennis Smith wore aqua; Pa- troit, Michigan: Mr. & Mrs.

Reginald Sands, Nassau, groom wore turquoise lace and Ingrid Darling, Leisel t that the site would change tricia Robinson wore tang Robert Benard, brotherinlaw -
c II' it brother of the groom was best over satin with pink acces- Wright, nieces' of the bride- from each region to region to erine and Veronica Davis wore and sister of the groom;
Ushers Johnnie Ad
man. were
sories and wore a white or- groom; Mrs. Maxwell Stubbs enable undergraduates from turquoise. Each wore match- Ronald LaFleur,brother of the
brother of the bride
derley
'. chid and son, Phillip; Brenda Coak- each region to attend. ing accessories. groom; Mrs. Mary Green-
and Clarke cousin of
} Wayne The reception was held at Soror Margaret B. Roach, flower wood Judge Gordon uncle of
s the bride. ley, Asa Ferguson, Henry There were four ; ,
j Bridal attendants wore Carol City' City Hall.Hostesses Ferguson, Max Brown, Brian South Atlantic Regional girls in nylon organza over the groom and his three child-

identical of rib- were Theresa Miller and Wright, Ivan Taylor, Donald Director feels as strongly as taffeta mini dresses with high ren, Micheal, Kim and Edna;
gowns aqua
bed cotton pique, with puritan Theressa Wright, cousins of Roberts, Sehart Stewart, the Directorate that the School necks and long tapered sleeves and Mr. & Mrs. Otis Walker
empire line buttoned front the bride.Aqua and white color Joseph Major, Freeman Mil offers a systematic approachto trim med in white lace. and son, Gregg.
,
11 with white veils. Bridesmaids scheme were carried out in the ler, Patrick Walker,Darring- the concept of leadership Rosalyn Ranger and Karen Serving as hostess' at the

carried cascades of yellow beautiful table setting and dec- ton Bullard, Lofton Roberts, through a series structured Sands of Miami, Florida and reception were the oldest

daisies with aqua ribbon. orations, music was playedby Gilbert Gilbert Bastian, Basil classes and through lectures Kim Collie of Washington, sister of the bride Mrs.

The flower girls' dresses'were a five-piece combo. Butterfield, and Alphonso and discussion groups. D.C., nieces of the bride Wini Estelle Ranger of Miami, and
empire line with long bell The couple spent their Elliot of Nassau. Don Adder- Although some leaders are fred Harris,niece of the groomof sister-in-law of the bride,

sleeves trimmed in lace and honeymoon at a Miami hotel ley, Detroit; Mr,and Mrs. Ed- born, countless others can be Miami, Florida were all flower Mrs. Doretha Collie of De-
then left for their home in developed, and at the same
mund Johnson and son Brook-
aqua dacron. They carried girls. troit, Michigan.
\ Nassau. ville, Fla; Mrs, Marie Roberts time a knowledge of the Collie Sr.
baskets of yellow daisies.The Mrs. James G. ,
1 The wedding was directedbyMrs. of leadership can help any Gift, reciever was Mrs.Doris" .
Dade Cfty.Flowers. mother of the bride
wore a
bearer for
I t ring wore tropical
Katria Fluellen. sorority woman become a Come of Wash: DC,
mal and carried a white satin dress of beige and brown lace
Among the out-of-town were by Modernday better follower and an Im- sister-in-law of the bride and
lined with over taffeta. Her accessorieswere
pillow baby roses. guests were Mrs. Maude Florist, Northside Shopping portant cog in organizational guest ''receptionist was Mrs.
The mother of the bride of matching beige, top-
Sweeting, mother of the Center. activities. Nathaniel Johnson.
ped off with a high crowned

1' floral hat. The bouquets carried by the

s' : J The mother of the groom, bridesmaids, matron of honor

,-( r Mrs. Eula; B. LaFleur, of De- and flower girls were made of
troit, Michigan,was lovely in a orchids and Lillies of the Val
) beige dress and matching ac- ley by Mrs. Charles Barr.
cessories.
Black nehru suits trimmedin There were three toasts
satin made to the bride and groom
were worn by the
by Mr. James J. Collie, Jr.,
broom, father of the bride,and
,. the ushers. Sam Wells was brother of the bride; Mr.
Frank Collie uncle of the
,
best man. Ushers were Law-
'
) rence LaFleur, cousin of the bride ; and Mr. Vernon G.
1 the bride.
Collie uncle of
groom; Laurence Meeks,nep- ,
ail I Mr. Kelsey Collie, brotherof
r hew of the bride; Bruce Major
the bride was Master of Ce
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Miami Jackson High School the District of Columbia, and Mrs Henry James Robin- Grace Harbor College In Miami Beach 538.2366 Ft. Louder d I. 566-4373 f
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Blacks Want Jobs At New Race Track

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In a recent edition of this newspaper,we asked the
very im- BLACK MEN AND WOMEN AS CASHIERSThis
portant question "Will there be jobs for
;
blacks at the new race in the
position is Just a trifle different than the seller,
In this and future
track? editions
we shall attempt to show fact that the person gives )'ouoneor more tickets in exchangefor
just how little knowledge is necessary, to do some of these money. There are several precautions which must be taken
We know of no reason in the I
jobs. world why these 4I 94
positions before this transaction takes place. First, you must comparethe
cannot and should not be filled w?
by qualified black men or wo- code letters across the bottom of the ticket with the samplefor

men.We that race. Secondly, you must tear the corner of the tic-
have talked to owners and trainers, who have given us ket to see if it is the right color. Then and only then do you pay _
the general idea of what has to be done to fill these positionsand off! The payoff price is usually posted on a closed circuit 1i'

along with just a' small amount of expert advise from television or an automatic writer located near at hand. We can C, rK1 ''fiT

those who run the racing plant, we believe that if the track read also, Mr. Calder. 4

were to open next month, we could place a goodly number of BLACK MEN AS CLERK OF SCALESBy

qualified black men in these.positions. putting on a fifty dollar sport coat,a nice pair of slacks,

a panama hat and being able to read a platform scale, anyonecan
BLACK MEN AND WOMEN AS ADMISSION CLERKS fill this position.The clerk of scales has the responsibility

This is a position that requires absolutely nothing more of weighing in the Jockeys before the first race of.the day and
fact that advising on overweight, so that changes may be made in rid-
than the you can place your foot on a pedal,which
unlocks the turnstile to let the patron enter the track when ers if necessary. He is the one who looks so important, as he
weighs each jockey out after each race and then turns around
he pays his admission. You collect the proper fee and are responsible -
for who and waves his program to the men upstairs, so tha the of-
, everyone passes through your turnstile.Can
I we do this, Mr. Calder? ficial sign may be turned on. i
Who knows but that this job may turn Into something big likeit
I did in When in that state
Pennsylvania. racing was legalized ,
BLACK MEN AND WOMEN AS SELLERS
they took a man with no other qualifications than mat he was a
This is a position that needs very little, if any, qualifica-
clerk of scales at a small track, and gave him the most important
tions, other than the tact that the person behind the seller'swindow ,
position the commission that of executive
on racing
,
_
can count from one to twelve and make change. Ex- \
secretary at $30,000 plus We can dress nicely or
per year.
ample. A bettor asks for number five horse, two times and '
haven't noticed Mr. Calder?
offers a ten dollar bill. If you are working behind the two you ,
Some of the other positions that we believe the black man SEEKING TITLE of Miss Black America of
dollar window, you simply push the number five button twice
can fill will be taken up in a later edition they are: stall men, Florida is Gloria 18 of 15831 NW
and give him six dollars in change.We know how to count Mr. pretty Young, ,
assistant starters, paddock Judges, placing Judges, public
Calder. 17th Ct. She'll compete with other Miami girls in
address announcers and several other important positions.
the Miss Black America Beauty Pageant on Satur
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day, Aug. 16 at 8:30 p.m. at Miami Beach'Auditorium

Ten girls from Broward will also
County compete.
MOVED DOWNTOWN! GRAND OPENING CELEBRATION! Top 3 girls will divide $500 in prize money, with

Miss Black America of Florida going to New York

for the contest Aug. 22 at Madison Square Garden

in which Miss, Black America will be chosen.


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Willie Earnest Street ex- Frank Monroe of,Thomasvlile

.. ( SAVINGS AND LOAN ASSOCIATION OFMIAMI. changed their vows of mar- Georgia. The groom Is the son
,t'' ,", Street Miami Florida. riage July 20,at Mt.Zion Bap- of Mr.and Mrs.Richard Streetof
124 East Ragler ; tist Church, Thomasvlile, Columbus, Georgia.
Georgia with Rev. 'Wlnford After their honeymoon, the

... Hope of Atlanta, performingthe couple will live in Ft. Valley,

Park and Shop.*I8t1o|| : Savings, insured to $15,000., double-ring ceremony.Th Georgia
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Se habla Epanol! Member. e bride Is the daughter Out of town guests from
of Mrs. John Mitchell of Mi- Miami were: Mr. and Mrs
ami and Allen Bryant of Carlo, Luke Sands and Mr. and Mrs.
Georgia.She Is also the grand- John Rollins.





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225 Is back Inaction. partment, but Ineeded to study
faults, and should be judged as such. We wish to be Eddie, Mitchell, father of harder. The opportunity was
thr ee, once again Is a Cityof there if I had Just applied m4selt
Miami police officer. ," Mitchell said.
Mitchell was on the force While he spoke of his rea-
judged as an individual store on our merits only. from 196167. He left. He sons for coming back, a number -
didn't think he was getting of police officers. both
anywhere. white and black--would pass
We resent being identified with other About a month ago, he rejoined slap him on the back or give
stores.
the 670-( man force after him a friendly tap on the
again taking the civil service 'shoulder. He was home again.Lt. .
examination."You Leroy Smith, in chargeof
For 23 years we have diligently endeavored to know, rye been away "Operation Badge' the
from the department about City of Miami's project to recruit -
two-and-ahalf years, but it's ,more black police officers
almost like I never really again was instru'
identify with the highest business ideals of our left," Mitchell said. mental.
"Almost, everywhere Tdgo, "I used to stop by Lt.
Td see someone from the department Smith's house, something
and he'd say'Hey, would Just steer me by, and
and
community nation. I Eddie, when you coming we'd sit up and talk until about
I back?"' 11 p.m.. or even midnight,"
I So Mitchell did some soul- Mitchell recalled.
Compare our prices our quality and our searching. He's bright young "And he'd say to me,'Mitch,
man. He speaks well and there is a future in police
chooses his words carefully work, but it's up to you. And
serve ce.-- "And then I realized that I so I started thinking about
If.tn
could have advanced inthede- '

.......................... -Mitchell-------- -fHlorf----- -mi_*._an__!lnn1L""A.-

We want to be judged by our customers only RO TO CHURCH entire cation and procedure went through again: the the.

'-* ... SUNDAY written examination,
11 ..................,..".'..i the physical and the polygraph
-not by' politicians. I test.He's
now back in a squadcar
Sewing on the H. p.m.. to 7 a.m
shift and he couldn't be happier
Machine .
"My wife was even happy I
RepairsALL came back," Mitchell said.
"She knew I wanted to
1 I / 1 1 coma
MAKES back. Many's the night rd sit
Clean, oil/ and home staring off in a daze/"
adjust in your What lies in the future?
home.8644309.- Mitchell is enrolled in a
SOUTHERN FARMS SUPERMARKET two-year course, studying-
lice science at Miami-Dade
Junior College. In 32 months,
$2 he'll be eligible to take the
Sergeant's examination.
JI-2J63NW: 62ndSliCI: "For some, 32 months is a
long time. But Mitchell is
cracking the books. He knows
where he's going and what he
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THE MIAMI TIMES Friday August 1, 1969
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Urban League Sponsors Rehab HomesWith @

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REPORTSBY
6deterioratinghouses, chased by a sponsoring nonprofit program has stable familiesin Lynch, Lon Worth Crow; and .
Miami's first' effort to pro organization after the residence and will make a from the Urban League are

vide rehabilitated houses for FHA approves them, then rehabilitated conducive environment for Mrs. Maude Reid, President HALEY SOFGE
low-income families in stable by one contractorand low-Income families seeking Board of Directors;T.Willard
neighborhoods is initiated by paid by the sponsor. The upward mobility. Fair, Executive Director; LeeA. Director of Dade County Department of

the Urban League of Greater entire price is insured by the This project, in other urban Black
Coordinator
Opera-
Urban Development
Miami. FHA so that the sponsoring areas, has demonstrated its tion Housing and
Equality and Operation
;
The 221-h is an FHA sub- invest their own money. significance in easing our
Equality staff member This year, Dade County was awarded a $million Federal
sidized program designed to The mortgage payment of acute housing shortage. By
Clifford Straus. Mrs. AthaUe grant, largest in the South, to administer an accelerated Ur-
encourage rehabilitationof the houses, when completed initiating home rehabilitation
Range, City Commissioner attended ban Renewal effort called the Neighborhood Development Program
deteriorating dwellings forresale is based on a 3% Interest in Miami, the Urban League the formal work start (NDP).
to low-income famil rate and, in most cases is hopes that other will
groups
as did Mr.Haley Sofge of HUD. Nine Dade communities, including the Model City area,are
ies. The houses to be used considerably lower than the seek to undertake similar programs
for funds that will rehabilitation and
designated
permit early
must be single-family 0 r rent. Whenever possible, to be financed locally. An Important aspect of this
development activities in Funds being allocated
poverty are
duplex, substandard, and lo- these homes are sold to the This initial project consistsof program is the Involvement of areas.
for low and moderate-income for environ-
new housing
cated within a few blocks of prior tenants. 6 homos; 4 located at 47th black business men. Two ,
each other. The minimum It is the belief of the Urban Terrace and N.W. llth Avenue black owned businesses parti- mental improvements, and for mor e open spaces, NOW!
Like the Model Citv nrr ram. all nlans for urban renewal
number to be rehabilitated League that 221-h is a major and 2 at 8'h Avenue and 47th cipating in the 221-h programare I
action are considered steered by those who actually live
at one time is 5 and the means for low-Incomefami- Terrace. the John David Develop
in the area and affected. Homeowners business
are
maximum 8. The houses lies to experience the pride Present at the official work ment Corporation and HOME, directly ,
should be located neighbor of home ownership, contri- start on Tuesday, July 22, Inc. a Mortgage Company.Mr. owners, landlords, representatives of clubs and organizations,
church officials and tenants have agreed to serve as membersof
hoods where there are com- buting to their self.esteem and were participating agenciesand Lee A. Black is presidentof ,
Project Area Committees (PACs) and they are studying
parable houses to the ones family well-being. persons: Mr. Billy Wilcox HOME, Inc. Lon Worth Crow
their own problems and their lists of
making own priorities.
rehabilitated.The A neighborhood meeting the FHA Director; Mr.Sonny Company is arranging the
Literally, Little HUD officials are taking a "back seat". Our
homes need to be
1- pur- requirements of the 221-h Wright, Realtor; Mr. William financing.ed .
staff is working to provide the citizen committees with the

technical assistance necessary to evaluate and make recom-

I What You've Got Coming From Social SecurityWhat ties mendations and blighted necessary urban for areas.carrying out urban renewal activi-

young people are ask- First, let me assure the the future. dollar amount for a fixed Technical assistance is also provided residents by profes-
ing about Social Security younger worker that he can For a worker who becomes premium, social security is a sional planning consultants who,have been selected by the
among the letters that come to look forward to retirement disabled before he is 65,there program that grows as the area residents.

my attention are a num- benefits at least 15 to 20 per- are payments for him and for economy grows.. The contri- Inessencethe program is physically and socially oriented -
ber from young people who cent higher than his total contributions his dependents. For a worker bution rate changes, the per- and will in all probability replace the current Urban Re-
want to know whether they -- even if you add who dies, there are survivor's cent of wages taxed change, newal Program started in Miami in 1965, and consisting of
can expect to get their money's interest.But benefits, payable to his children and the benefits are increased one small project only, (Fla. R-10)). The new program's significance -
worth from the Social Secur- and their mother until the periodically, to keep pace to the future development and redevelopment of Dade
ity program. if you view Social Security children are grown and with the growing economy.But County cannot be overstated. It is engineered to affect change

The questions may vary,but primarily as a retirement through school. And, in addi- even if you compare sooner, and be spread over many needy communities.
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generally they reflect a concern program you are over- tion to retirement benefits in contributions and benefits as Those designated communities,presently active are South

1 that the young person will looking the equality important the later years, social security they now stand and project Miami, Coconut Grove, Goulds, Perrine, Seminola, Project
j not get value equal to what he protection the program pro- also provides financial help those same rates for the future No. 2, Edison Park and the Hialeah Civic Center.In .
I! will pay in over his working vides while you are young with :with the medical expenses that you find that young work- Coconut Grove, the PAC Chairman is William Lee, 3459

lifetime.. The rising cost of a growingfamilyAboutathird are so much a part of growing ers as a group will get retire- Percival Avenue, a non-resident elected. chairman by the com-
living, increasing inflation, of your Social Security con- old.Like ment benefits with 15. to 20 mittee of 24. Here change is begun. Two houses, one at the
and erosions on the value of tributions go toward protec- any other type of insurance per cent more than their total corner of Day and Plaza and the other at 3888 Charles have

the dollar, all play a part in tion for yourself and your not everyone will contributions to social secur- been rehabilitated. The PAC is encouraging the use of Fed-
feeding this concern. family now, not sometime in collect the same amount. The ,ity. eral grants and loans in this 65 per cent homeowner commun-

families of those who suffer Again, some may get more ity, and they wish to encourage the transfer,of ownership from
the tragedy of a disabling injury than others -- the person who absentee whites to local residents.
FOR THE BEST. IN PHOTOGRAPHY, or death at an early age, has heavy hospital and medi- PAC members in Gould have worked to achieve a major

SEE: may collect much more than cal expenses during his retirement $1.5 million sewage collection and water distribution system.
the worker has paid in.Where I years, for example, Construction is scheduled to begin August 11. The Neighborhood -
JOHNSON OF MIAMI 'a young family is involved, or the person :who exceeds the Development Program has scheduled to start consruction

the payments can be,as, high average life expectancy, who during 1969, of approximately 50 miles of sewer pipes and 70
1186 NW 36th .,St.. 635-4748 as $434.40 a month. And'they lives more than 131/2 years miles of water pipes at an estimated cost of $11 million3 the
continue as*long as the wSrk-; past' 65, the present average Model CityareaGouldsandPerrufe.'lnSouth:: the PAC

Special Easter Setting Quick Service er is' unable to work or until expectancy of today's 65 year has accepted a plan for the construction of 250 new housing,.

Avoid the Rush Come Anytimeci. he reaches age 65,and the disability old.It units in the area in 1970. '
payments becomes is difficult to place a price Perrine PAC members wanttoexpandtheirNDPboundaries
retirement payments. Or in tag' on the peace of mind that for next year's activities and they want the construction'of
L .., the case of death, his widow come from knowing that if the low cost housing to begin this year. Summer jobs have been
and children receive paymentsuntil worstdoesoccuryouandyoloved offered youth in Perrine,and Goulds to seek signatures on a

the children reach age ones will retain a mea- petition to gain street lighting for the area. In project 2,23
: 18 (22 if they remain school sure of financial independence young men have been hired for the summer vacation period

Call and do not marry). derived from your own labor. to paint-up and fix-up existing public housing units. These are
Even if the young t worker But that is what social securityis but a sprinkling of projects underway, guided by residents to

c CHARLES were to look at Social Secur- all about, and today's young improve their quality living. In coming weeks, we will ex-
ity only in terms of his retirement worker can be assured that the plore the programs in more detail.

he would find it dif" value of, his social security
ROGERS to pinpoint the dollarficult -' protection will continue to

for-dollar relationship of con-, more than match his tax dol. AUTO INSURANCELow
AT PL 1-7502
t tributions to benefits, ,if for lars.In. Premium Rates ., j ,
FOR A GOOD BUY ON A no other reason than that future columns Iwfll d1s-\\ Low Monthly' Payments "''It t- ,
social security Is not a static' cuss more of the questions
PIANO ORGAN SCOTT Immediate SR-22
Filings :
program. Unlike a private Insurance young people are asking about '
STEREO OR ORCHESTRA that fixu OFFICE HOURS: !!oooo'I'">
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By JERRY D. MITCHELLhad

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4irGdV --- Bv All things being equal, Earl accepted the postKirk
ADLINE PONTIPHFLET Carroll was reinstated last may have used the appoint-

4&y Thursday by Criminal Court ment ,to Improve his popularity -
Judge Carling Stedman to his and, therefore take firm
Metro Commission seat. As grip of the black vote in Miami

we all know, Carroll was'indicted and maybe in all South

by the Dade Grand Jury Florida.

f aa < for conspiracy to solicit a The newly constructed playground -

.pppg j,{ { 4ya 'ii bribe and soliciting' bribe. under Interstate-95
Carroll defend charged that expressway at 10th street and'

Carroll wa s not properly advised 4th avenue is receiving a
yod'x of his Constitutional "smile of approval" from the

4 I, Rights by the prosecution.With children in the neighborhood.
x t, yf +M4 Yr ,t the Carroll case com. Everyday the recreationalarea
Z ing to a head down here South is sprawling with young-

.... a as t" Flo-Ida: The Great Northwind sters. The features; care-
a-"- '----- -- f from'Tallahassee blew in and fully landscaped grassand

It isn't everyday Mrs. Pon- to include many more young- x said that he would reinstate trees swings, water fountains,*
tiphflet takes a vacation and sters. We have seen people 5 fof ofR +f Carroll all by himself. The basketball and tennis court3.I .

asks me to write her column mobilized to get something; great Northwind of course, is tip my hat to City Manager
for her. First of all, rm ter- they are gathered blindly and ': our beloved Governor, ClaudeR. 'Melvin Reese and Commissioners \ -

ribly happy about it and sec- led blindly. We have seenhate ., Kirk, Jr. Erwin Christie and

ondly, it gives me an oppor- mobilized fear mobilized.But Kirk,has made a recent Athalie Range.

tunity to address myself to what we see here, in our com :,. trend of giving special atten- The fever of putting a man
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you personally. Having listened munity is an organization of S tion to the leaders and spokesmen on' the moon before the Rus-

to a weekly report from different races, creeds, and -S of the black communityin sians do, came to a successful

Addie concerning public reaction color, which is not animated Dade County. Kirk, realiz- conclusion for Americawith

towards our column, by ambition, or hatred or fear, ing that his popularity is very the splashdown of Apollo

(which by the way has a new but by pure simple love. It's low among his black brothers, 11 in the Pacific.

heading) I cannot help but to object is not to take something + wai knows of better way boast With the tragic death of

be most grateful for your kind but to give something. Itlsnotordered his popularity than to come to President Kennedy in Dallas,

acknowledgments. Thank you it is not compelled, the rescue of Earl Carroll. the space program gained even
for that. it Is voluntary. They appeal About four weeks ago Kirk more momentum. The American

Ail the newspapers have neither to pride nor to fear, made his biggest political people dedicated themselves -

written about it by now and I but solely and exclusively to "play of all times" with the to seeing that Ken-

hope that you are in accor- goodwill. people of Miami when he triedto nedy's dream, the landing ofa
dance with us when we say that The Performing Arts Society appoint Mrs. Athalie Rangeto man on the nr>oa's surface and

ours is an honorable purpose. are good citizens.their his newly created public relations safely returning him, come
contribution can bring about a
office Mrs.
Range
telling our and
I was mayor true.Now
city commissioners a few renaissance of beauty and being ideally suited for the that the American people -

weeks ago that we would do creativity and a greatness in post, did not accept Kirk's have their man on the moon
culture, they will have made generous offer. She stated that and the American lawmakers
to
everything in our power en- significant contribution to our Sandra Pearson, a model for A&A Agency,
to do something she was obligated to the peopleof can worry to the question of
courage about everyone racial harmony community. They have faith in Mrs. Shirley Burkes Evans, director, is a striking Miami. "what political and economical -

right here in our community. our community; they are mod- picture of black loveliness. Sandra is sponsored in Thinking again. Maybe effect this will have on the
est, dealing with a sense of Commissioner Range was world' lets use some of those ,
This, of course, can be done in the Miss Black America pageant by Dumas Milner ,'
Justice, wisdom and friendliness wise to Kirk's tactics. She BILLIONS on "earthly problems' -
different forms of expression Chevrolet. Johnson of Miami i photo.jCarver .
deserving the praise of may have realized that if she .
and ours happens to be'withthe '
the entire populace. They are '----C
arts musical arts. Mr. r-----
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dedicated to encourage and inspire I
Allen Dworkls of Miami Beach
the youth of our community -
who is the president of The Miami Y
in leadership and i

volunteered Beach his Cultural support Society by being -' character development.We [Ranches Fish Market

particular our spokesman council meeting.for this everything should within all strive our powerto to do C .& C

Insure that all of the young- I
This is what he said. NewsBy I
sters with whom we come in {
"Honorable Mayor Honor-
contact might start tomorrow
Walter Bowe It's the most convenientFish
able Commissioners, I am 1
with broader foundation and MM MB MM M
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Allen Dworkls and I am here
,
understanding of the respon- The community Missionary
today to inform of the re- Marketin nfrby
you
sibilities citizens are expected Baptist Church of West Hol-
lationship within our community -
to shoulder lywood, Fla., will sponsor a ,
of the PerformingArtsSo- The Performing Arts Society banquet, August 10th from 2:30 Dade County.;
ciety and its director M\
has taken a giant step to 6-.00 p.m., at the beautiful y' mf
Paul La Pierre. forward in the public Interest Sweden House 5550 N.' 4J {1tb

Experience has proved that and civic achievement and Federal Hwy.,Ft.Lauderdale. We are located in the
the arts Involved in a
are their deeds are worthy of Rev. B.L. Mack, pastor For
search for truth and beauty, honor. tickets call, 9836766or Center ""
27th Avenue Shopping
happiness and well being, and
This speech was received 9833291.The .
at their best the arts give
can
with great accolade on the VFW. Post No. 8195
our community a sense of part of our city fathers and it's will have its regular meetingat

higher values and loftier stan- no secret that It could have the post home on Sunday Parking for 200 cars '

dards. Fortunately, the Per- been most difficult to even get August 3rd at 5 p.m. Officers

forming. Arts Society, foruslng them to lend an ear had it not one l1PleutJapre- -or more
e-e.-tbaA-s1x-years--bas been for our most distinguished sent. Madison James--Com-
their resources to sup- Society Patron, Commis- mander, Morris Nelson. CHARLES MC LENDON

port the cultural requirements sioner M. Athalie Range. We Don't forget the Friday and

in an Impressive manner with- were granted, as you well Saturday Fish-fry at the VWF. YOU ORDER YOUR FISH, GO SHOPPING AND PICK IT UP LATER
in Call it mobilization
our community.
know, the official patronage of Post Home. Come and enjoya
human
for needs
and the city commissioners nice evening.
the
mayor !
call it mobilization for human ..
of theClty of Mi- The Rev. LW. Hepburn is
decency. As a result of their ami. thanking all who helped make "EVERYBODY IN OPA-LOCKA AND CAROL CITY:

efforts, youngsters who have In a recent letter directedto their dedication of the Star I AM LOOKING FORWARD TO SEEING YOU THIS WEEKEND."

talent and ability and are the President the Vice- of Bethleham Baptist Church srssi

musically motivated, are president and the Governor a success on Sunday WE CARRY A, COMPLETE LINE, OF SEAFOOD
given the opportunity to de-
announcing our new'support',
their musical career.
velop I 1 was Insplrted to close with 27.n
Dr. Whigham our Superin-
.tendent of the Dade County of the phrase: : "Humanity harmonized -

Public Instruction, has stated society."into And one so it magnificent is. II 16166 NW 27th Avenue27th
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membership tot NA 107203;
Call 696.0231.Send your "OUR FISH HAVE GOT TO BE FRESH BECAUSE
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Friday, August 1, 1969 It.
NOTICEClifford
rCARDS IN MEMORIAMIn HOUSEOF ALBERT DEATH

Richard Rogers of 1279 NW

loving memory of our 58th Ter. No. 3 died July 21. t.t t.

J MEMORIALS DEATHS l lI dear r-brother Survivors sons, includeFreddie,, .

sister
Earl and Franklin; one "

CARD'OF THANKSThe IN MEMORIAM IN MEMORIAMIn Dorothy Arthur and Reeves Frank; two Smith uncles; two 1 .
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family of the late. In memory: of our dearly sad, but loving memoryof aunts, Leola Milton. serviceswere ..., ,. .
beloved sister and aunt our beloved mother and held Saturday in the '' ". '
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FLORIDA B. PEDICANwho grandmother, chapel. ,' "
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departed this life July "
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29, 1954. 4 Henry Scurry of 2318 NW 94 :",'!':ji; ?

But timorous mortals start St., died July 20.Survivors include
and shrink to cross the narrow his wife Jacquelyn; mo-

sea and linger trembling on the ther Llllle; four sisters 'I;

>rink and fears to launch away oretha Brown,Edna M. Moton,

D could we make our doubts 1 Nellie Miller, Estella Leg-
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emove those gloomy doubts 4 MR. EDWARDDANIELSwho gert; four brothers Clarence, Bullard, son of

4 0 hat rise and see the ,canaan sy departed this life on July Willie, James, Morgan; two Mrs. Alice Bullard of 1551 NW

hat we love with faiths 11- 31, 1965. daughters, Taryn, Shevalia; 65th St., died July 23, 1969.

umined eyes could we but Wait on the Lord; be of good four sons, Henry Jr.,Carry, He was a veteran of World
limb where Moses stood and courage and he shall streng- Keith, Robert. Remains were War n. Survivors include his

ooked the landscape o'er. then thine heart. shipped to Ft Myers, Fla. mother, Mrs. Alice Bullard;

May light perpetual shine PATIENCE McPHEE'who Wait, I say, on the Lord. two brothers, Norman and
poD her may she rest in departed this life August Sadly missed by: Mrs.Zillie John Anthony of 2470 NW William; two sisters, Mrs.

eace. ,2, 1963. Oakley, sister; Mrs.Ella Hub, 154th St., died July 21. Sur- Mary Louise Thomas and Mrs.

LOIS BALDWIN,. .n,.., May,she rest in peace and sister; ,four nieces,one nephew vivors include a son John Jr.; Merlene Boston Deshazior;,
..... who departed ths life July23, The Family light perpetual shine upon her. ten great nieces, five and daughter Phyllis.Serviceswere one sister-in-law, one bro-

1969 wish to express our sin- great nephews, four aunts,two held Saturday at 1 p.m. ther-in-law, a special friend,

cere thanks and appreciationto The familyCARD uncles and other' relatives. at Greater New Bethel. Mrs. Theola' Davis, five
IN MEMORIAM
our many friends for their nieces, five nephews, other
cards, letters and telegrams, CARD OF THANKSThe 'Mrs.. Emma Mann of 2136 relatives and friends.

floral pieces, food and other OF THANKSThe daughter of the late Lincoln Dr., died July 25.Sur- Funeral services were held

acts of kindness. Special SAFRONIA MITCHELLwho vivors include her husband on Monday, July. 28 at St.Mat-
thanks to Mt. Carmel Baptist family of the late departed this life July 11, James; son William; brother thews M.B.Church with Range

Church and its pastor Rev.D. JOSEPHINE SINGLETONwish 1969 wish to express sincere William Zackery;sister Yadle Funeral Home in charge.
A. Bradey, the Flower Club to thank everyone who thanks andappreciation to Hightower, Morell Hunter;two

at St. John Baptist Church and was so thoughtful during our friends neighbors for their Brands, nieces and nephews) OF THANKS
special thanks to Range Funeral .' ,'. bereavement for cards flowers thoughtfulness; during her be Services will be held Saturday CARD
Home and all the staff, ::41. telegrams, food and other reavement. Many thanks to the at 1 p.ra, at Triumph Churchin The family of the late,
and especially thanks to pall donations 6f all kind. Opa-locka. HENRY THOMAS
bears from Eastern Airlines. Special thanks to neighborsand neighbors and many friends.cialthankstotheHouse would like to take this methodto

.. friends and Rev. Adam of George Romer of 242 1/2 express ur-slncere thanks

Mr. and Mrs. Louis A.Bald. Kelly, members of the Christian Albert. NW 12th St., diedJuly26.Sur and appreciation to the many
''I t win, sonCalvin Aid Baptist Church, Rev.J. Mrs. Rosa Lee Bones, vivors include two daughters friends for their thoughtfulness -

Baldwin: brother J. Williams, the membersof daughter Mildred Thompson and Louise and expressions of sympathy -
WILLIE BELL
MRS.
y Sadie Gatson, sister Metropolitan AME Church. THANK YOU Hall. Arrangements are Incomplete during bereavement.
Ellen Wallory, sister COOPER We would like to thank Mrs Special thanks to Rahmings

Eloise Pittman and family Range and her staff. The family of the late Funeral Home, Rev. T. E.
who departed this life July28, .. Wright and members of St.
niece ., Joseph Brooks of 216 NW
1967. The Marshall FamilyIN 9th St., dledJuly26.Survivors Paul AME Church, Canon
\ We will not we cannot
say, Include two nephews Fred Theodore Gibson, Stirrup and
IN MEMORIAM say that she Is dead she
Brooks and Iran. Arrange- Silva families and Evening
t In memory of our dear son is Just away. MEMORIAMIn ments are incomplete. Star Chapter No. 67.
}With a loving smile and a
I'' and brother. holy stand, she has loving'memory of, CARD OF THANKS
Willie Casey of 1841 N.W.
wandered into an unknown ,. .
L1K .
,, 166th St., died July 26, sur-
land. .. vivors include: mother, Mrs. .The. family of the late
Sadly missed by LEATHA JOHNSON
Clara Casey brother Willie
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Charlie L. Cooper, husband gratefully acknowledge your
five Ada Bell Lizzie ,
sisters ,
,
Fannie K. Dukes mother '
w many kind expressions of
Katie Estelle Johnnie Mae
;
Eleanor Brinson sister \
sympathy during their be
nieces
two uncles, nephews
and family Services will be held Sat., reavement. Your telegrams,
cards florals calls and visits
,
3
4 p.ra. at Greater New Bethel,
IN Opa-locka. Wm be, out for were comforting
MEMORIAM; ---
Special thanks to our pastor -
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viewing a.m. Friday, Opalocka. -
In loving memory of our MIRIAM C. STRACHANwho Rev. L. A. Thompson and

If g 3,Y s yf < husband and fatherREUBENflEPBURN departed this life July 8, the Rahming Funeral Home.

a. 1969, wish to express sincere Willie Bain_ of 1411 N.W May God bless each of you.
thanks to all our friends and list died
St., July 26. Survi-
... -- for to
neighbors helping vors Include wife Daisey; son Mrs. Irene Johnson and
BERTIE E. ROBERTS console and comfort us by extending William; daughters Jacquelynand family

1 who departed this life August MRS ALBERTHA WALDENwho your heartfelt sympathy Stephanie; mother Thelma BAIN'S

: 2,1965.. departed her life on July during our recent be- and father Staffard; five sis-

I, Jesus shall reign wher-e'er: 31, 1962 and was laid to rest reavement through telegrams, ters Hazel, Gloria, Slvia,
4 cards letters beautiful flowers Mrs. Hattie Bell Brown of
the Sun -
August 6, 1962. Mary; three brothers Lonzo,
of condolences and other 3530 Grand Ave., died July 24
Does his succesive Journeysrun We all love you,but God 1 o v e s Curtis and Michael. Arrange-
In
donations visits to our home Green Cove Springs, Fla.
;
; you best. She's gone, but not ments are incomplete.
and the other acts of Services will be heldSaturday
His from many
kingdom spread
forgotten.She Johnny L. Johnson of 3115!
kidness rendered at 4 p.m. at Greater St. Paul
shore to shore us.
NW 39th St. died July 26
Till moons shall wax and wane Special thanks to the mem- AME Church. Survivors Include -
leaves to mourn:James Charlie Collins of 15831 NW
bers of the Excelsior Gospel- : her husband George one
no more. Walden, Sr., husband; James 17th PI., died July 26. Survi- ;
sister
of Church Mary Collier threetephews
etts members the
;
,
Walden Jr. and Andrew Wal- vors include five sons Howard
The Family: Mrs. RonullaH. den of God of Prophecy,Miami No. Albert Fletcher Mills, A.C.ilosesley .
sons; her father Mr. Taft, R. L. andW.Aj;
Roberts mother 1, the members of our other and Charles Hicks-
Daphne
Albert Davis; her mother, three daughters Dorothy,_..
and Ida sisters, Godfrey and Mrs. Martha'Davh:. !1 sisterMrs. churches and the employees.. Vestle Lee,' Willie Mie; 60 lieceyAretha-Yulee.

t Millard brothers. Mrs. Jacqueline ---- Betty Raines;; a niece, of Speedcraft Furniture Co. grandchildren and 15 great ,
E. Simmons daughter. who 28 1968. for their act of untiring kindness Mrs. Susie J. Mitchell ol
departed July Stephanie Raines;a nephew grandchildren Remains were 11501 Lincoln
Blvd. died July
I Never a day goes by with- Herbert Raines. shipped to Vidalia, Ga.
To the House of Albert we 29. Arrangements are incomplete -
,
of the
CARD OF THANKS out a thought or a sigh
would like to thank you for the Survivors include three
., beautiful moments shared together Mrs. Rothea Lane of 2196
THANK YOU
efficient service rendered daughters Rose Adams Eula
The family of the late by you and L Lincoln Ave., died July 26. ,
the loss of loved M. Taylor and Dorothy Pass-
during' our
MRS. CARRIE KENDRICKof Sadly missed,but never forgotten The family of the late Survivors Include her husband
God bless all more one sister Catherine
May richly ;
one.
1337 NW 68th Terrace.who LEONARD BETHEL Dewey Lane; five daughters
of Ham two brothers and
died July 14, 1969, wish to wish to thank all their friendsand you. Mary, Catherine, Josephine) Jack;Graham five Henry
thank our wonderful neighbors Miriam Hepburn, wife neighbors for their cards, Polley, Flora; two sons, L.C. ; grandchildren -
.and friends who were so and family telegrams and beautiful flow George Strachan, husband and Willie; sister Nancy Law-
thoughtful during our bereavement ers. Your comforting words, Flora, Maria, Judy, Well, rence; brother J. p. Johnson. Infant girl Alicia Desharn

for their beautiful donations and food was highly Gwen, daughtersWendell Services are incomplete Duckworth of 1554 NW58thSt.

cards, flowers, telegrams and CARD OF THANKS appreciated. and Lester, sons Infant girl Lannie E. Jones died 20.SurvIvors include

food. Thanks to those who Special thanks to Rev. and Family of 10420 SW 182nd St., died mother Lissie and father Arthur -

called. The family of the late Father Elisha S, Clarke for CARD OF THANKSWe July 22. Survivors include her ; sister Cassandra;
Special thanks to Mrs, Al- MRS. GERTRUDE ROSS the fine manner in which he mother Georgia M. Robinson grandparents Mr. and Mrs.

bertha Poitier, the Religious who departed June 13, 1969, conducted the service and his the family of the late and father Herbert James. Lawrence M:Ghee. Services

Needy Club members, the wishes to express their heart- thoughtfulness. Also to Rev. GRETCHEN L. SWEETINGwish Burial was at Paradise. were held Wednesday In the
First Police Wives Club, the ful thanks and appreciation to Stewart of St Mary's Wesleyan' to thank all the friends Infant boy Norman T. Mossof chapel.

Deaconess Board of New Providence their numerous friends and Church for his prayers, to \and neighbors for all your 12264 SW 219th St., died Baby boy Hannord of 6016

,' Church. Very special neighbors for their many kind Mrs. Rosa Thompson and the kindness in our hour of sorrow July 20.Survivors include mother SW 63rd St., died July 18.Survivors -
thanks to Rahmings' Funeral ness to the Rahminjt's staff Rahmings Funeral Home for A special thanks to Rev. Dorinda Moss and father Include mother Ruth

Home for their services. and a 'special thanks to Rev. all their kindness and thoughtfulness Wright and members of st. Burial was at Paradise. and father Walter. Burial wasat

Ira McCall. Mrs.Cynthia Pat Paul AME Church, and the Infant boy Charles Lernard t Lincoln.

Mrs. Carrie B.Washington, terson and Mrs. Paulette Mc- ushers. Thanks also to Mr; Hill of 17322 SW 106th Ave., Baby boy Eddie Haynes of

daughter' Phee. Rosa Bethel, wife Melvin Jackson and the Houseof died July 20.Survivors include 1234 NW 64th St.,died July 10.
Mr. James Washington, Alfred and Wilton, sons Albert Funeral Home mother Rosa L. Robinson and Survivors Include mother Loretta -
son-in-law Mr. Roosevelt Ross and Irma Bethel, daughter and Thanks again lather Walter Hill. Burial was and father Rufus. Burial

II Mr. Wiley Kendrick II, son Family other relatives. The Sweeting Family at Paradise. was at Lincoln.
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THE MIAMI, ___ .n. TIMES... Friday., August L" 1QAQ 2l
RANGEMrs. Clifford Bullard of 1551 N. N 4 '
Caroline Johnson W. 65th Street died July 23rdat 'Iil '' Z I WI:;'<"
of 7127 N.W. 16th Avenue the VA Hospital. He is 1 r ': '
died July 25th at her home survived by his mother, Mrs.
she was a resident of Miami Alice Bullard; two brothers, i
for more than 40 years, Norman and William; two
coming from Queens, B.W.I. sisters, Mrs. Merlene and
She Is survived by her hus- Mrs. Louise Thomas;an uncle

band, Rev. J, L. Johnson, William Bullard of West Palm
former pastor of St. James Beach; a sister-In-law; one
Baptist Church. Other relatives brother-in-law; five nieces
Include two daughters and five nephews. Serviceswere -
Mrs. Verneka Dames 'and held Monday, July 28th 't .
Johnson six 3:00 p.m. at the St. Matthews I
Ruth sons Rev. .
; ; Missionary Baptist Church. .'"' .../ "" 1 J'., ,,.,,. ,.o--i. i,
Samuel, Benjamin, Lowell t; i .' ::' \' / '
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Joseph, Bennett and Esrom; .. ikif> .1.1'tJtu"i. ,i\\\\ '" \, ''',#.,.I.ff".,... ," ,. < is jpn >*'? .Vf- "iir %
13 grandchildren and other Mrs. Lois Baldwin of : } :.:: f\ '. :.', I<.'.<,}tJfJ<.. ." ., :1. .) .',i* tt *6r* fe' ,
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relatives. Funeral services 1645 N.W. Second Avenue died ........: ., w,.rJ'l'f ,1';:'",::. :tV i will be conducted on Saturday July 23rd at Jackson Memorial Sp/4 Truman Daniels, son
August 2nd, 10:00 a.m. at the Hospital. Mrs. Baldwin is of Mrs. Eva Daniels of 2317 ANTONIO Airman SAN ANTONIO Airman SAN ANTONIO Airman,
St. James Baptist Church. survived by a son Louis; a NW 71st Lane and a 1967 grad- Charlie C. Hodge, son of Mrs. Samuel G. Ivey, son of Mrs. Cornel A. Reeves, son of Mrs.
daughter-In-law; a brother, uate of Miami Jackson High ,Laura B. Wilson of 3281 Day Carrie Ball of 11920 SW 214th Frank F. Hatton of 16415 NW
iT Calvin Baldwin; two sisters, School is now stationed in Ger- Ave., Miami, has completedbasic St., Goulds, has completed 24th Ave., Opa-locka, has
( Mrs. Ellen Mallory and Mrs. many. training at Lackland basic trainingat Lackland AFB completed basic training at
Sadie Gatson; a grand- AFB, Tex.He has been assigned Tex. He has been assigned to Lackland AFB, Tex. He has
daughter, Beverly, and a host "BLACKS SEARCH FOR A to Chanute AFB, HI., for Chanute AFB, Ill, for train- been assigned Chanute AFB,
of other relatives. Funeral FUTURE" ON CHANNEL 10 training in the.,aircraft equip ing in aircraft maintenance. Ill, for training in the aircraft
services were held on The play, ""Blacks Search ment maintenance field; Air- Airman Ivey is a graduate of equipment maintenance field ..
Saturday, July 26th, 4:00fromthe For A Future," will be seen man Hodge, a 1966 graduate of Mays High School. His father, Airman, Reeves, a graduate of
I II I Mt. Carmel Missionary on' Channel 10 at 12:15 p.m. George Washington High Grover Davis,' resides at 553 Carol City High School in Mi-
II I Baptist Church, Rev. D. A. Saturday, August 2. The play School, attended Mia mi.Dade NW 11th St., Florida City. ami, attended Miami-Dade.
J : Bradley, the pastor officiated. was written by Derek Davis Junior College. College.
with the help of other Edison
SAN ANTONIOAirmanRoosevelt
I s Sr. High! School students who
Samuel Adderley of 1724 Houston, son of Mr. Any rhr,. In the world
J' are also in the play.
t N.W. Fourth Court died July THANK YOUI and Mrs. H., E. Houston of you 'wont to '0'*
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..' _. ; : 22nd at Jackson Memorial 11861 SW 214th Street,Goulds, 71CK&S COST
Hospital. He is survived by IN MEMORIAMIn I would like to thank my Fla., has completed basic NO MOBS AT7&HKL6W&M
,AI'., his mother, Mrs. Rosa Nell loving memory of our brother-in-law, Mr. Alonzo training at Lackland AFB,
.. _a,' ".".:(\,",';. "'r. t; Curry; a dear-friend, Annie dear son,grandson and nephew Patterson who voluntered to Texas. He has been assignedto ..-nft'
Washington; two brothers, DERRICK RENARD BROWN raise donations to help my Keesler AFB, Miss., for
Mrs. Lillian Clark of Charles and Nathaniel; seven Memories are treasuresno family and I during te deathof training in the administrative As near to you oc your
1552 N.W. 68th Street died sisters, Lillie Mason, Maxine one can steal, I know a smileI my wife,Mrs.MiriamStra- field telephone. Give us a cell
July 24th at Cedars of Lebanon Curry; Audrey, Della Wil- love to see a voice I love to chan July 8, 1969.I Airman Houston attended WE 6105 DELIVER.NW 7th Avenue 754Oil7.
Hospital. She is survived by lalms, Oletha, Vernadene,and hear. I know a hand I love to also want to thank all of Mays Junior-Senior High Chat. C. North, Manager
her husband, Rev NathanielF. Thelma Anderson; his grand hold, a presence I love to be the Lawyers, Postal Clerks, School.
Clark, pastor of St. Mat- parents, Mr. & Mrs Savannah near. I know a heart, a loving workers at the County Court- ---- --
thews Missionary Baptist Adderley. Funeralserviceswere heart, that's thoughtful, fine house and all of those who gaveso
Church; a step-daughter, held on Saturday, July and true. I know them all, and freely to this house. May
Edith; ''a step-son, Wlllard; 26th 2:00 In the Range love them all for they belongto God's blessings continue to ATTENTION!

a sister, Mrs.,Maggie Ferguson Memorial Chapel. you. tall on you.George .
; two brothers, George, Mr. and Mrs. Calvin Brown
and Josh Nottage; nieces, parents and family Strachan If You're From,
nephews and other relatives.
FRANCIS
Funeral services will be con-
ducted on Saturday,August Mrs. Adriana Thompsonof Georgiaor
2nd, 3:00 p.m.: at the st, Matthews 806 NW 44th St., died July HAVE YOU BEEN TURNED DOWN BY AN ..
Missionary Baptist 28 at Cedars of Lebanon Hospital INSURANCE COMPANY BECAUSE YOU
Church?2401 N.61stStreet.. Services 'will be held West Florida
ARE TOO OLD OR SUFFERING I J ROM .
2 at 1 at Temple
August
p.m. SOME CHRONIC I ILLNESS: ? WILL YOU **
Joshua Grant of 1419 Baptist Church. Survivors include -
N.W.: 65th Street died July 25th her husband McKeva; HAVE ENOUGH MONEY TO PAY THE enitlidto
at the Jackson Heights Nursing son McKeva Jr.}; daughter LAST EXPENSES? You are
Home Mr. Grant is survived, Celestine father and mother Universal pays its death claims the same day death

by a wife, Nora; four sons, Fred and Celestine Thompson; """.
William Johnson,Louis,Fred, three sisters Doris Wilson, Join N.C.A. Special Death
and Rudolph; two,daughters, Lenora Hall and Violet Turner
Mrs. Naomi Hunt and Mrs. ; brother Fred. Remains Universal Christian Aid SocietyAND
Helen Artis; a sister, Mrs will lie In repose at Richardson -
Anna Moxey; four brothers, Funeral Home from2p.m. REST ASSURED THAT YOUR LAST BenefitsFor

William Johnson, Samuel, Friday and Temple Baptist MEMORIAL EXPENSES WILL BE PAID.
Walter and Sellera. Funeral Church at 5 a.m. Saturday CALL NOW.
services will be, conductedon til funeral time. Francis Fun-
Saturday, August 2nd, 4:30 eral Home In charge. 691-7669 further information
at the AfricanOrthodox

Church. .-

Mrs. Evelyn Norman of FRANKLIN'S CARPET Call 691-7661
1205 N. W. 62nd Terrace died

July 28th at Jackson Memorial 0650 NW 2ZND AVENUE I
Hospital. Mrs. Norman Is .
survived by two sisters, Mrs. SPECIALIZING IN RUG SALES & CLEANING

Stella Allen and Mrs.Daisy COMMERCIAL CLEANING & FLOOR WAXINGCARPETINGCLEAMEDJUYOURHOMEOnOURPLANI
Hicks; a brother, Andrew '
Oliver and other relatives.Arrangements -
at this time are FREE ESTIMATES IN YOUR HOME CALL 696-9133 OR 635-3641

incomplete. 24 HOUR ANSWERING SERVICE,
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;Willie 'Dixon of 1230 N.W. I : I:
86th Street died July 26th. H e 1: '" . ,...., ;}, -.' .
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is survived by five sons, "'I. .(.., I. 1
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Herman, Wilbert, Leroy, /I'f'iJ.I'. i.... j ---' .,. ,
Melvin and William; 'five .... ,,'if..
daughters, Virginia Martin, r 4} I,!..tl U.;''i J.,.:"J'1..l't : 1

Lillie ,Cohen, Mary Jordan, H.tt.: .
Ernestine Jackson and '
;
Dorothy Dixon Funeral M tip.. V

services were condducted on f'

Wednesday, July 30th(2:00 : L '3;i'; : 'I4 I .
p.m.. in the Range Memorial ,, .'Jt'J .
Chapel. ... ,j ...
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Leonard Preston Wilder of if.
1512 N.E. 1st Avenue died ... 1$ ,
..) Our service will be remembered after
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July 24th. He Is survived by :-- :i long
his mother, Mrs. Josephine price has been forgotten. So in ,your hour of

Wilder; three brothers, bereavement, call .
James, Alvin and Jessie; two \
sisters, Mrs. Gertrude Newby
House of AlbertWhere
and Mrs Vivian Adams; his ,

grandmother, Mrs. Annie
Murray; 'a dear-friend, service begins and never ends

Maggie Vance; a niece, Ruby THREE LOCATIONS TO SERVE YOU

Washington and other : l LIBERTY, CITY OPA-LOCKA PERRINE

relatives.were conducted Funeral on Tuesday services, We Carry Brand Name Carpeting 691.7661 MU 8.3311 233-8801 1

July 29th from the Range
Memorial Chapel at._:00.


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TRANSFIGURATIONEpiscopal CHRIST

"I, '( ( ) Canon T. R. Gibson, rector

Elisha S. Clarke, Jr., vicar Antoinette Silva,reporter

The church family will celebrate Sunday, August 10 at 5 p.m.

its 13th Patronal Fes- a Memorial Service honoringthe

tival Anniversary on Sunday, late William Calhoun

I August 3, at the 10:45 a.m. Baggs, editor of the Miami

Solemn Sung Mass. News will be held. A por-

Our Patron Saint Day is table altar given by friendsof

August 6th, the Feast of the the late Bill Baggs will be

Transfiguration. During the blessed by the Rt. Rev James

Thanksgiving offering to Al- Duncan, Suffragen Bishop of

mighty God the Patronal Captains the Diocese of South Florida.

chosen by our vicar will The public is Invited to attend
I &rr Hint Jn Elurrl!t ) ) Stmiay make their ,presentation. The this affair which will be held

-- three persons raising the at Christ Episcopal Church.

DRAKE NEW MACEDONIA highest amount will be given Remember August 10th is

an award. The minimum is the day we tithe for our build-
Rev. J. W. Dunn, pastor Rev. Roscoe Jackson,pastor 9 $100 per captain. ing. This money goes toward

Mrs. N. T, Green, reporterThe Willie J. Beard, reporterThe _. ,. ._. On Sunday August 10, the completion of the parish hall.
wishes to thank -- -- -
pastor -
pastor and family wish Liturgy of the Lord Supper, Please plan to give heartily.
all who went with him to St.
to take this opportunity to 8:00 a.m. Following this Mass Congratulations to Mr. and
Mark Baptist Church 01: last Herman Thomas Gospel SingersThe
thank each and everyone who the church family will climaxits Mrs. Donald Culmer who were
Sunday. We held the closing helped make their Seventh Patron festivity with the
married in beautiful
service for Rev.Wade who observed tremendous Herman Thomas Gospel tist Church. If you want to have a cere-
Anniversary a Annual beach party at Haul-
his seventh anniver- Chorus will sponsor a musical a spiritual awakening, you money on.Sunday.Get .
success. over Beach. Those who need
well wishes extended
sary as pastor of St. Mark. Thanks to these pastors and program on this Friday nightat have an invitation. Bro. transportation do come to are
We mourn with our mem- their Rev W. 8:00: at Valley Grove Bap- Herman Thomas is director.. to Mrs. Maydon Sands and
congregations: Mass. The public is invited.
Mrs. Mercay Baker.
Vber Sis. Nora Grant and fa-
M. Slater, Day Spring; Rev.P. ST. MARY'SRev. During the month of August
mtty on the passing of their W. Wiggins, Antioch M.B. MT. OLIVETTE your Vicar will be on a semi-
loved one Mr. Josh Grant. H. V. Stuart pastor FIRST CATHEDRAL
Church Liberty City Rev. ,
; Rev. G. W.Warren,pastor vacation. He will continue to
The funeral service will be H. E. Wallace reporterLet
Paul Freeman, Zion Hope and Norma Lawrence, reporterThe administer Sunday Services SPIRITUALISTElder
held Saturday at 400p.m. at us all be out Sunday
Rev. H. K. Kensey,Bethel Pri- officers and membersof during this period.
the African Orthodox Church Aug. 3 to welcome our pastor A. Williams, pastor
mitive B. Church Ft. Lauderdale -
Choir No. 2 wish to thank You are cordially invitedto
where Mr, Grant was a mem- Special thanks to the of- back from his vacation make Willie Ann Crum, reporterB.
everyone who helped to the family church with a
Being the first Sunday, com- Johnson, acting reporterOur
ficers members and friends
ber.Remember their 19th anniversary a grand warm heart.
to visit our sick of Greater New Macedonia M. munion will be served all day First National Assem-

and shut-ins. Sis. Green, Bro. B. Church. M.y: God forever and J Joint i choirs and usher success.On Saturday, August 16 the bly will begin August 11th to

Raysor, Sis. Baker, and Bro. shower his blessings upon you. boards will serve all day. male chorus will sponsor a BEREA BAPTISTThe the 17th. 'On the 16th of Aug.

Williams.: On the second Sunday after The Supt.and teachers of the bus ride to Key West. Leav- there will be a banquet at

Our Pastor's Aid Anniver- noon in August 10, Choir #2 of Sunday School would like to say ing the church at 5 a.m. Any- pastor' and members Toby's on NW 54th St. Ticketsare

sary will be held on the second Greater New Macedonia M. B. thanks to all who supported one interested in going please would like to thank all the now on sale.For informa-

Sunday In August. All mem Church will be in a'Battle of them in their contest.Winners contact any member of the ladies who shared In the cele- tion call 949-0941 or 6911516or

'' bers of Pastor's Aid please Songs' with choir#2 of Greater were firstMrs.. Mary Adder- Male Chorus or Deacon bration of our fifth annual wo- 6358917.We .
ley of the Senior class second men's day.Special thanks goes thank Elder Harringtonand
remember your duties. New Bethel M. B. Church, Opa Jimmie Hodges at 235-8463.
Please feel free worship Locks This 'Battle of Songs' Mrs. Maxine Bain of the Pre- Please support us in this ef out to Mrs. Mary Armstrongand Elder H. M. Gray for sucha

with us at any time.JORDAN will be held at Greater New junior class, and third Mrs. the youth choir from beautiful Sunday School les
Bertha Adderley of the Junior fort.The Antioch Baptist Church of New
M1:edonia M. B.Church, 3165 welcome mat at Mt.Oli- son.We
GROVE NW 56th Street. Time will be class. vette is always rolled out to Liberty City. wish our reporter a
2:00 p.m. Dea. Henry Jefferson Our annual picnic will be its fullest length. Rememberthe Our hats are off to Mrs. pleasant stay while vacationing -

Rev. Douglas Cook, pastor president. held on Saturday, August 2 at sick and shut-in members. Irene Reed and Mrs. Pamela in New York City.

Eddie Gilbert, reporter Virginia Beach. Buses leave Pray for them. Al b Q r y for their efforts in Elder Harrington will be

The No. 1 Choir would like HEW MT.. MORIAI1 the church at 8:30: a.m. making our women's day a preaching here on Sunday at

to thank their many friends for Our sick and shut-ins remains success. Our women's day 7:30 p.m.

helping to make their 13th An- Rev. A. L. Shipp, pastor the same. Let us con- ST. LUKERev. queen was Mrs. Irene Reed Sis. Lizzie Adam asks all

niversary a success Dsa. Sis. Evelyn Souter, reporterOur tinue to pray and visit them. with $85 and Mrs. Albury re- missionary and children to

j Parrish, president. prayer service for our We are happy to see Gre- P. W.Williams pastor ported $80.Total monies raised meet her at the i church Thurs-
,
The general conference will revival meeting started Wed- gory Sweeting home from the Kathleen Streeter reporterThe $503. The pastor wish to day night.
Marines for a few days before give special thanks to the Visit our sick and for a
be held this Thursday night at ,nesday nigh and will be held Deacons' and Dea pray
8:00. through Friday.Services startat going overseas. coness'' would like to thank chairmen Mrs. Lue Edwardsand them. Visitors are always
The Women's Day committee Mrs. Gertrude Walker and welcome. II
Anniversary 8:00. On Monday night the Rev. Cleo Albany for helping
begin on Monday' services will start at 7:30. is still selling dinners to make their anniversary a' to the program committee for I,

night, Aug. 4th at 8 p.m. thru We are inviting the public to every Saturday at the church. success. the great effort put forth. MT. SINAI

Aug. 10th. Monday night, Rev. come hear this soul-stirring For delivery call 758-1601. Our revival meeting is still The pastor is asking all Rev. C. Albury, Jr., pastor i
Visitors are alwayswel.come members to meet for conference
; S. Atchison and -
congregation An-
gospel preacher Rev. E.
in process beginning at 7 p.m. B. Boney, reporterThe
Tuesday night ,Rev., 'W. 'F. derson from Pal a t ta, Fla. at St. Mary's' 'the nightly with Rev. T. J. Jamesof this Thursday night regular monthly conference -

Tanner and congregation, We want to thank Rev. Jen- friendly church. Tampa as the revivalist. There will be a special pro will be

Wednesday night Rev. A. An- kins of Friendship Bap- NEW HOPE The,Young Morons will sell gram this Friday and Satur- Thursday at 8:00 bjiJd
J{ der son and congregation, tist Church for his service fish and chicken sandwiches day nights. All members are bership attendance is

v Thursday night, Rev. 0. Taylor and the use of their bus last Rev. W. E. Sims, pastor after services each night. asked to come. ed.
and congregation Friday Saturday morning to West Elaine Gilbert, reporterThe Let us continue to pray for
4 j The women's day committeeis All members are asked to
night Rev. C H. Smith and Palm Beach to the pastor would like to Mothers Vance and Walker who
Sunday making plans for their an- be In spiritual readiness to
thank all members and various are still on the sick list.
congregation and Sunday at School and
B.T.U. Congress nual women's day, Oct.26.All share in the administration of
!, 3 p.m. Rev. ,M. L. White- and where ,our ,Junior,choir sung auxiliaries accompanied: committee members and Interested the Lord's Supper, Sunday
Shiloh onlastSunday -
him to New
congregation. during the morning members are asked ZION HOPERev. night '
The public Is invited to com 3,. The pastor and'members of afternoon. May God bless to be present everyWednesday The month of August is de-

out and help make this"anniversary 'choir N d.'1"wants'to thank 6ur' and keep you.The. at 7 p.m. Mrs. Annie Sul- Paul Freeman, pastor signated as "Evangelistic
pastor all members Bessie Williams reporter
a spiritual success M.C.'Sis.; Pearl Taylor, Sis. urges livan, is general chairman. Emphasis Month".
to attend their night 2
regular' Saturday August
,
Eddie Mae Sample Sis. De-
On
Wednesday night August The
: Soul-winning com-
and meeting Sis. of choir
Bible class prayer Shingles captain
,
MILLROCK loris Chavis, all choirs that 13th the special effort committee mittee will do a door-to-door ,
each,Thursday night at 8 p.m. No. 2 is sponsoring a weight
appeared and the ones that sent'
will 1
presenta"GetAc- to
canvass reach the
Come and bring a friend) party at her home, 5135 NW un-
donations, those that participated quainted at 8 chruched
program" and
them to
p.m. bring the
Rev. A. Jackson, pastor Let us not forget to come 19th Avenue In behalf of Wo-
in any way and attended. Please plan to attend this pro fold.
( E. Jackson, reporter and fellowship with one another men Day. The entire publicis
Crowned and for
is queen king in gram. invited to out and the B.T.U. has special activities -
; The pastor saying thanks regular worship ser- come help
the second straight were
year : You are invited to worshipWith for
I to the women for a wonderful vice on this Sunday night at make this fund raking drive.." planned you everySunday
Sis Chanie M. Collins, and liS_thfq S'l11day-thechurcb- afternoon at
lob on th :!ir-vome"!.?- Mr:John IISouter:WIthou fsubmitted located at 1790 NW 55th St. To our sick and shut-ins:
drive. at this time,every- strong, president.
each one our 15th anniversarywould Please pray for the sick and "The Lord is
The pastor is asking 'all one is cordially invited. Come out to church'on Sun- my Shepherd".
not have been
} success. bereaved members of the
members to meet him at 7308 Please pray for world Let us pray for our sick and church. day and have your faith uplifted. -

NW 7th Ave. Rev. L. M.Smith peace. Visitors are always shut-in and mankind everywhere Sunday night the Lord's

? pastor of Holy Temple.A welcome.NEWPROVIDENCE. Supper will be served. NEW HOPE

special thanks to the NEW SHILOHRev. Remember the sick, shut-In
Rev. H. C. Samuels pastor
Valley Grove Choir for sucha GRACE and members of bereaved families ,
beautiful service.Don't Rev. W. F. Savoy, pastorWe in Patricia Gowen, reporter
song your prayers.Inbereavement .
series of A. M.Griffin,pastor The members of the New
forget to pray for all are having a wehave
Ella Elam, reporter Hope P. B. Church wish to
sick and shut-In. Rev. C. J. Burney, pastor guest speakers for the next Dea. and Sis. L. S. Simon and
at business thank all of
Friday night, 8p.m. their many friends
Arsula Edwards, reporterThe four Sundays. August 3: Mr.
family. They are'asking the
meeting at the church. who came out on last Sunday to
Gilbertson of the Cam*
Gary
Lord's Supper will be Crusade for Christ Aug Wednesday night, July 30 prayers of the church and all help them celebrate their
pus ;
for
MT.. CARMEL served Sunday in our evening 10 Rev. J. D. Faniel; Aug 17: Rev. Boyklns will preach in of bereavement.strength during their hour annual Homecoming Program.

worship. Mr. William F. Savoy, Fatherof behalf of the home mission. We wish to especially thank

Rev. D. A.Bradley,pastor Revival meeting week of the pastor: and Aug 24:: Members please come out and our speaker, Mrs. Emily Mae

Louise McGriff, reporter prayer, to begin August 4th Mrs. Catherine Carroll, help us put this' program over. Williams for such an inspirational -
The No. 2 Choir wish to through August 8th. Time president of our United Pres- The No. 1 Ushers' Board CHRISTIAN SCIENCE message. Our thanks go

Gunk everyone who helped to 8:00-9:00 p.m. Preaching ser- byterian Women's Association will have a dinner sale all day also to our chairman Miss
make their anniversary a vice August 11th through 22nd. Saturday at the home of Sis. "Love" is the subject of the Patricia Gowen aad cochairman -

,great success. Be sure to hear this Evanglist, Members of the congre- Claudia Bryant, 1200 NW 65th lesson-sermon to be heard in Miss Josephine McCoy

We invite you to attend our Rev. W. M. Boyd of Albany, gation will be participating in St. Please call 691-2216. all Christian Science churchesthis for a program well done both

prayer service for our revival Georgia. the services. The pastor would like to Sunday. spiritually and financially

Monday, August 5. Preaching Consecration hour of prayeris thank the various churches forparticipating The services at Fifth Bible class is held every

will begin,Monday, August, held here at the church each ST.. PETERS and helping him Church of Christ, Scientist, Friday night at 7:00 p.m.

with Rev. Samuel Atchison Sunday morning at 5:00.: Why' I. G. Bode, reporter celebrate his 27th annivers- 1600 NW 54th St. are open to Please come out and learn

ti bringing the message. not come out and get spiritually Sunday school 8:30 a.m.; ary.Let thepubllc. more 'about the word of God.

Pray for the sick and shut- revived. morning services 9:30 a.m., us remember the sick Radio station WMBM will Please pray for the sick,

in and those who have lost Continue in prayer for those We are programming a state and shut-in, bereaved, and theme broadcast the "Bible Speaksto shut-ins, bereaved and our

some of their love ones. Pray who are sick,shut-and those rally which will terminate, In Vietnam in our pray- you" program at 1:45 p.m. men in the armed services.

for the men in Vietnam. who,are bereaved. Sunday, August 10. ers. Sunday. Visitors'are always welcome.
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Men Of St. James AME 1 SOUTH DADE NEWS E t

Mrs. Alma Williams is
Raise $8,019.15We home from Jackson Memorial 0 NEIGHBORHOOD 0
Hospital and would like to take
promised you last week At 7 p.m.Rev.Roscoe Jack- time out to say thanks for ,0
that Sunday would be a great son and his congregation from cards and flowers Special SERVICES *

day at St. James. Well,we are Macedonia M. B. took command thanks to the staff on the 6th ,
here to report that it was even Rev. Jackson preched floor of the Central Building, .
better than great. The day was from the topic "Take a sec- Dr. Boycett and Dr. O'Learyand
filled with good singing, ond look" nurses.
preaching and eating. The chairmen Brothers Visiting Mrs. Williams is SOUTH MIAMI EOPI

The day began with Mr. Al Willie were seen Scott allday and J.moving p. Newton about her sister, Mrs. Ella Mae Staff changes at the South Miami Neighborhood Center have
Jackson Griffin, from Quitman, Ga. center for better positions and
presiding over the making things run seen some people leave the
smoothly.The .
Sunday School. The church winner In the On the weekend, Mrs. Bea- others move to assume greater responsibilities in the program -
competition
-
then filled to hear Dr. trice McCoy guest was Mrs. former director resigned and
F. A. between the chairman and Theodore Johnson, area ,
Etha Harrell of
Allen, Dr. Allen centered his co-chairman was Bro. J. P. x Mae St. Tyrone A. Seymour is currently acting as area director.
sermon around the theme of Newton. Petersburg, Fla. Others serving In temporary positions are:Ralph McCartney,
mens day "To Reach the Un- Rev. Gay seemed to have a Mrs. The 1ma Grover and center manager; Miriam Sumpter, hardship counselor and Salome -
reachable". This rally set certain smile all day as if he family had a family reunionat Wallace, job developer. Program activities have proceeded
the pace for the day. At 3 p.m. knew this day would make his- her home on the weekend. at the South Miami center and we congratulate all the

Rev. J. B. Blacknell from Mt. tory, and of course, it did. ,- "'''''' ._ Members from various partsof staff members who have assumed new positions and wish suc-
Her m 0 n of Ft. Lauderdale Many thanks to our friends Georgia and Florida were cess to those who have moved on for more challenging posi-
W. G. CHRISTIEA present.ST..
moved in with his tions.
congregation. and patrons who helped to
Even the rain couldn't make this day one of the great- great Soul Winning Semi-
keep Rev. Blacknell from est St. James has ever had. nar will be held at First PETER'S A.O. Five young people have been hired in the office as office
doig as only he can do. Rev. S. L. Gay, pastor.Dt. Faith Cathedral 2601 NW 36th CHURCHCanon aides for help on the summer programs.Walter Sweeting is in
Street for four days: July 29, C. F. Cooper, rector line for congratulations for his outstanding work as NYC Center, ,.
NEW COVENANT TEMPLEThe 30,31 and August 1st,Tuesday Elizabeth Bain, reporterThe manager for the summer program.
through Friday.
Rev. H. 0. Robinson, pastor 13th Annual Observance The seminar will be con- Men's Day program was The South Miami out-look on the youth center is also very
wonderful affair. Mr. H.
Sis. Betty Hill, reporterThe of Men's Day on Sunday was a ducted by evangelist and mis- a and all of encouraging. Mr. Wallace Francis deserves the primary cre-
participants
pastor and chairmen of successful affair, both spirit- sionary, W. G. Christie. the Perry wish to thank dit for developing and keeping the Interests of the South Miami
women's day and men's day ually and financially.The Rev. Brother Christie, former for program presence and for helping you teens. The youth center has hired 25 recreational aides for
would like to thank everyone Canon Theodore Gibson,guest track star and gold medal win- your it to be a financial success. the summer program. This summer the teens have been tak-
involved in making that day a speaker, delivered a very Impressive ner has become one of God's Special thanks to FatherS. ing field trips to the following places: Homestead air base,
great success. and challenging mes- great soul winners. Hear Sweeting for goes his inspiring Virginia beach, Crandon park zoo, Miami seaquarium skating
Friday night consecration sage during the morning ser- him teach you how to win your ring, planetarium, sighting Miami Beach,and fire works. They
service. Junior Church is in very household and friends to message. have also been having black history and culture classes with

charge. Sis. Gale Young is the vice.Chairman William Johnson, Christ. Funeral services for Mr.J. Mrs. Margaret Percell and Mrs. Mary Par Imoore. Mrs.Ethel
speaker. whose ,untiring efforts were The purpose of the seminaris Grant will be held Saturday at Ferguson will conduct the literature section of the classes on
Baptismal Service is Sun- ably supported by cochairman to teach 'the believer the 4 p.m. black history. She will discuss plays, poems, short stories
day at 7 a.m. Communion will Alfred Dean,the captains, art of ,witnessing and winning and novels by black authors. Students will be encouraged to
be served after morning wor- members, friends and adver- souls for Christ. Don't forget to pray for our create their own literary works so that they can be presentedas
ship. tisers, wish to thank all who The public is invited. sick and shut-ins. a part of the summer arts and crafts festival September. -
Remember to for the .
pray participated in anyway on the
sick and shut-in.
program. ST. MATTHEWS DEDICATION

LITTLE ROCK BAPTIST Those honored by the Silent Rav. A. Randall, pastor PREJAMAICAINDEPENDENCE Students have expressed special desire to pay tribute to four
Workers were Mr. and Mrs. persons, who are the moving spirits behind the youth center.
Rev. Dallas Donald, pastor Henry Watkins (both sick), Wyndell T)ere will Turner be,reporter a revival DANCE:. The four are: Mr. Ralph McCartney, Mr. Wallace Francis,
Millie Johnson, ,reporterThe Dea. A. J. Hanna, and Dea. F. meeting held through August Tyrone Seymour and Mrs. Salome Wallace. The young people
pastor is happy to see E. Dawklns. 11-15. Rev Polk of Moultrie, Liberty Elks Lodge, 6525 have a great deal of respect for these four and believe that if
such improvement in our Mrs. Adrianna Smith, a Georgia, will be theevanglist.Come NW 17th Avenue presents a there Is such a thing as "the generation gap", they have been
small membership, but largein faithful member, died Monday out and here this great Pre Jamaica IndependenceDance able to bridge it with time, patience, and most,of all understanding -
spirit, he has honored,the evening at Jackson Memorial on Saturday, August 2. "
Hospital. She is survived by man. Donation advance $1, at door
new additions, "Little Rock Don't forget to pray for the : Thanks to all youth of South Miami. .
her mother Mrs. Celestine
$1.50. *
Investment Club",and"Teeny sick and shut-in. Public affairs,.officer, Henrietta Johnson
> Thompson, two children, one ...
Weeny tt ay Care".:;Betor.e,the
increase, he often stated being brother, three sister,. other .-' ..
small is never bad, when relatives. Funeral services
for will be held Saturday at 1 p.m. MANOR PARK :
working God. Be
ye pa-
tient for when working God The body will rest, in reposeat COMMUNITYORGANIZATION JOHN OSKINS JR. SAYS
it's never in vain.CORINTH. the church on Friday night ,
from 9:30 until funeral time.
Get well wishes to Mrs. All residents between 54th Y
Sarah Johnson and others who and 36th Streets from 7th to IF IT'S FRESH FISH '
Rev. M.L. Paschal,pastor are sick.BIBLE. 22nd Avenues are 'urged to ,
Genva Paschal, reporterWe meet at the church 43rdStreetand
:
would like to expressour 12th Avenue In a commun- "
thanks to Rev, and Sis.W. ity meeting. The purpose is to YOU WANT : L 1
Withlow and their friends fora CHURCH OF GOD organize our community In order .
fine service on last Sunday
work al
as
that' we may
night. Bishop E. E. Rahming, pastor towards Improvements I
group HAVE IT 7 DAYS WEEK
Sisters. WE
Thomas and Morrow Shirley Cooper, reporterWe and protection.' Meetings will
and a portion of Sis. Ector's invite you to come out be held each Thursday even-
family are spending an en- and be with us in our ser- Ing 8 o'clock..
joyable ,weekend in Nassau. vices onSunday morning which Your family friends and
Hoping they have a safe trip Is Pastorial Day. yourself need you mere.Come

home. You are cordially invited to out so that we can wake upCity U BUY WE'LL FRYCALL
Our eleventh annual wo- be with us in bible class on Hall and any other sources
men's will be held the fifth the
I, day Tuesday at 8 p.m. Bring for the improvement of this
Sunday. Sisters Wonza Del- sick and troubled minded. .
community.For
ferd and Car m ilia Ector are Friday night regular ser- further Information call AND WE'LL HAVE IT READY- -

chairmen.MTrCAtYARY. vice at 8 p.m. 633-1854 New Covenant Presbyterian -
Church-ortemporaiy
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: chairman, George Carter 633-

Rev. S. Atchison,pastor 3573. WE, CARRY A COMPLETE

Phyllis Beal, reporterOur OPA-LOCKA GENERAL. REQUIEM MASS FOR

now annual under Men's way.Daydriveis We are HOSPITAL APPROVED ANTHONY GARDINERApril LINE OF YOUR FAVORITE

striving for the best,so we are The Board of Trustees of 29, 19l5-Aug.4,1967 .'
asking all members to supportall the American Hospital Association Relatives and friends are
activities. The climax will has approved Opa- invited to attend a requiemmass
SEAFOOD INCLUDINGEVERYTHING
be the fourth Sunday in Sep- locka General Hospital for for the repose of the soul .
tember. registration for a period of of Anthony Gardiner n on Mon
Prayer meeting and Bible three YEars.An 'day, August 4 at 7 a.m.at
classes every Thursday announcement of the reg- Christ Episcopal Church in
nights. istration as a hospital will Coconut Grove. Canon Theo-
Please pray for the sick and appear In a future issue of dore Gibson will be the cele-

shut.In. Hospitals, JAHA. brant. FOR YOUR BOIL POTS


I Daughter Elks/ Sponsor Little Folks ContestFunds

are being raised to Sarah Smalley in the deathof Nassau to attend the Love and
the tune of, large amounts to her only,brother.Dt. Pinkie Charity Grand Lodge of which 22nd AVE. BETTER SEAFOOD
be backedin full force for the Lowe is the capable insurance she is the secretary
Little Folks contest which in secretary 'of the Greater
previous added much Miami Temple and backs her Dt. Mable Anderson Is visi-
years 5807 N.W. 22 AVE. 633-6606
money to the treasury of the temple 100%. ting her daughter and son-in-
Daughter Elks. Parties are Dt. Evelyn Carter will be In law In California.

being given and funds are coming attendance of the Elks Grand Dt. Edna Davis has returnedto Hours Mon.thru Sat. 8:30 AM 9:30 PM
in Washington. :
in so that the little folks Lodge her home from the hospital.The .
residingon
contest will speed away. Dt. Marie White is will now

Dt. Ruler Alto Screen has morial the campus College of where Florida she Me-is be in blrthdayparties full force. Open SUNDAY From 8:00 2:00 PM
returned from Georgia,where Don't forget to show up at the
she attended the funeral of a attending the "House Party. Little Folks contest.
relative. Sympathy goes out to Dt. Ellen Taylor is flying to


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TASTES LIKE MORE SIESTA. TIME AT CENTER PRACTICE. FOR GROWN-UP LIVING
Mrs. Christine Wilson lends a hand to two of Mrs. De lores Stewart does the tucking-in chores Role-playing is great fun ,for the youngstersand

the youngsters as luncheon Is served at the Browns- :when it is time for the afternoon nap. ,Counselorsand Mrs. Kathy Lewis is instructing these young

ville Child Opportunity Center Children enrolled in parent volunteers use this time to plan additional i- ladies in how to set a table. Each of the centers

the program receive two meals and two snacks dur- activities for the youngsters. For youngstersfrom has a 'scaled-down I living I i room, dining room and

ing their stay at the Center. Parents often help In crowded homes, this afternoon rest in a cool kitchen. The young ladies are encouraged to try

the preparation of the food for the youngsters. place with a private bed is eagerly awaited their hands at the domestic arts.


II What Is A Child Opportunity Center? I


i "A glass of milk" Brownsville DayCarecenters .
"A cool place to play." found six mothers on hand to
), "That nice lady." help the center staff with the Family Night In Edison-Little RiverThe

"Lots of good food." youngsters. The mothers EdisonLittle River throughout the evening. Ex- tainment. Refreshments will

Ask four five-year olds helped to prepare the noon Neighborhood Center, at 7467 hibits of children's artworkwill also, be served. (, .A et
about the EOPPs Child Opportunity meal and helped the staff to NW 7th Avenue,announces that be display. Several short While you are at the centerbe SLICK BLACK
Centers and you get four prepare the children for their "Family Night" will be held award-winning motion picture sure to visit our "photo
different responses The indi- afternoon rest periods.The at the center this Saturday films will be shown.To accent gallery" where family por- DOUBLE ACTION
/CALORSGRAYMIRW
vidual answers may not be an evening, August 2nd,from 7;00' the evening's festivities we invite traits will be taken free of
description of the centers are located In 2 DRESSES HAI HI IN PUKE
adequate until 10:00
p.m. you to Join our family songfest charge. For an evening that
't program, but when put together nine target poverty areas and Family participation activities Local personalities will your family will not soom for- iJ 1 t '
they tell the story of are currently serving more will be in progress be on hand to provide enter- get, attend "Family i
!I the centers and the affect that than 1500 needy children. A Night"i iI I
they are having on the lives of by-product of the program is iI8Y i
''I' children in the poverty areas the training and developmentof !
of Dade County. a group of skilled day care '
The Centers were originally personnel. Working with the
designed as'Day Care Cent-. professional staff members,
ters to provide care for child- people from the target areas
"
ren between the ages of three are employed as program
and six while i their parents aides and learn the profes- DCRIAN AMET -x

I were at work.,In a poor family sional principles of child care.
this service can mean the dif Play periods are supervisedand
,t ference between working and carefully structuredso IN A NO-- --YES--Ti-Us GIVES ME
TASK ftlfA i AN IDEAl STOW HIM
not working for many parents.The that the youngsters will BY A VVIiU IN ONE OF THE CELLS
costs of babysitters, learn while playing. Lettered ARCH THIS 15 HE CAN SERVE A MOST
coupled with their undepen- blocks are used to teach spel- NAME'r PERFECT.
UNUSUAL PURPOSE
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t' dibllity would be insurmountable ling and work relationships; a THIS WE
() obstacles to many parentswho globe of the world is displayed -- '
want to work. to teach geography; books' .
.{t The centers, however on many subjects ,are avail-
'
,. more than watch the kids from able so that the youngsters will Y
If, 7 a.m. to 4 p.m. The children become familiar with books;' : :
receive breakfast, lunch ,and and develop desire to read.,
.
two snacks during the day and Another important aspectof
they are involved In play activities the program are the atten-
that are both enjoy- dant health services. )Every
able and educational. Parentsare youngster in the program is _
encouraged to come to the given a thorough health exami-
centers and participate with nation and staff members see
their children on their days that follow-up services are
( THESE OUYS KILLED OFF ITS.DANGEROUS TO OKAY YOU / GET
to correct
provided prob-
off.A any PEWTER BECAUSE HE TALKED BE IN THE HANDS MOVINGOLLIE
recent visit to the lems that are shown. TOO LOUD ABOUT KIDNAPPING OF THESE HUMAN SAVSTO nrv vmi tIN
Hs RAT 5 BU TVS ONE OP OUR
BE ELLS! _OOT TO FIND OUT LITTLE ROOMS TILL
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THE / CRASH GETS A DRUG IN
I JUST GOT WORD FROM STElLA ROCKET / LAND HER FOOD TDNITE
STEM. THEY'RE LAUNCHING A GOING I ON AN WE'LL WANT HER
ROCKET TOMORROW. THE WARD 80553 I UNEXPLORED QUIET (IN THAT
DAME $IS TO BE ABOARD --W A PLANET 6OX'." SAYS OWE!
BOX TAGGED "INSTRUMENTS"//
Evidence of the community support of the Child

Opportunity Centers I Is shown in the 'presence of ,,

these paren ts.;They' come to the center to volunteer:

their help to trained' instructors. Shown above are:

Mrs. Kathy Lewis, Mrs.,Christine Wilson, Mrs. Allie

i Spann, Mrs. Emerald Sanford, Mrs. Elizabeth Barsis,

Mrs. Essie Belfin, Mrs. Mary Mounts, Mrs. Maymie .

Johnson, Mrs. Delores Stewart and Mrs.'Bessle'i I 1
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sighted my love from far away Now he's bound for the promised land 'dressmaker THEY ARE COURTEOUS, DEPENDABLE.

Her complexion was truly very bold He gone to glory to take a stand PLEASE PATRONIZE THEM!
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Her mother said don't keep her out too late
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As soon as we got there we started dancing Oh how we miss Martin Luther King
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For my brother had awaken me from my We shall overcome some way Repairs Apply at CWce
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What shall do with my life? Our Boys ESTI UTE\ Spiritual Reader and AdvisorAre
For at times It Is dark and dreary .
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Shall I but hunger for happiness, Our boys in Vietnam you see, Money or Job Trouble? Drink, Love or Family Trouble?
Shall I hunger for the seas edge. ; -' Are fighting hard for you and me. Reliable Sev/-Vac Do you wont,more happiness and good fortune In life?
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RIi"Ul Ii Wildcats Need A QuarterbackThe
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Bethune-Cookman ern Professional League, Sammy Anderson, 200, and, nine. He will serve as a co--
Wildcats face the 1969 season Lucas coached the Campbell Ronald Middleton, 195. captain. Wyatt is a senior from
without a quarterback. Head- High School team and St. Au- Among the veteran receivers Jacksonville. He will be assisted -
1w coach Jack McClairen said gustine's Murray High School. returning are Elijah by Nathaniel RossAt-
rPIL "the outlook is great this year Lloyd Johnson remain in Richardson, (Moultrie, Ga.), lanta), an all-conference cor-
6-4 who hauled in nerback and veteran Ken Taylor -
if I can develop a quarter charge of defense and Wesley a split-end
back." Moore is the offensive line 25 passes for 514 yards and (Pompano), D-halfback.
DIXON The Job Is up for 'grabs' to coach four touchdowns. He made all-
DOLPHINS HUDDLE
anyone who qualified. The top Coach McClairen will greet conference; and Ralph Wise
.ro.o three candidates are Jimmy 25 veterans and 50 rookies (Miami), a flanker who snag- CLUB TICKETS ON
A couple of guys, I know got started on a thing the other day Jackson, a 6-2 senior from when practice begins Sept. ged 16 for 238 and 2 touchdowns SALE
and now they don't seem to be able to stop. Very few people Jacksonville, James Peter 1. The Wildcats running game Wise was named co- Miami Dolphins Huddle Club
know how the nonsense got started,or who started it, nor even son, a Daytona Beach native should be impressive, the en- captain season tickets will go on sale
who is right or wrong;the main thing is that, it is time to stop who played linebacker last tire backfield is made up of "The defense is stacked" Monday, July 28, at Gate 14
the foolishness and let's all get back to something Important.For season, and Charles Barnes, two and three year vets. according to MeClairen. The of the Orange Bowl Stadium.
all of my national league baseball friends and fans accept a sophomore from Fort Lauderdale Jack said, "Ihope my line will average 265 pounds, Students, gradesschool
my con g rat s on a pretty good exhibition of power and, 'thunder and lightning combination all veterans, led by D-tackle through high school, may Join
pitching, during the recent all-star game: Here was another' McClalren they work comes through this Willie Brown, (Delray), a 270 the Dolphins Huddle Club and
case where a lot of people forgot how to read. The American ed haid during spring prac- year." Anthony Grisby, a pound all-conference choice purchase a season ticketto
leaguers had the press clippings to supposingly make anyone tice. Barnes throvs quick and 205 pound sprinter has been who will serve as the 1969 captain all nine home games at half
shake In their spikes, if you would take the time out to read hard -- I think he has pro- called "thunder"by opponentswho Another defensive stand- price (only. $9)). Normally
them; but for some reason, the national leaguers forgot how mises; Peterson handles the feed the force of a col- out is Winston MackMarietta1)Ga. ), student tickets sell for $2
to read and all of their radios and TV's went out of order at roll out patterns with confi- lision as he runs from the .), a 6-2 215 pound middle per game, and are available
the same time. They (the nationals) combined hitting,fielding dence; and Jackson, the most fullback slot. Alfred Haywooda guard. Machn all-conference at the stadium only immedi-
and pitching and did a real good job of taking care of business. experienced of the three, 190 pound halfback is a player and the smallest Wildcat ately before the tame.
However, I haven't given up on the American leagues. yet handles the team plays with break-away runner who led lineman, led the team last Dolphins Huddle Club
a.. "wait until next year'I authority." He played in the the team in scoring with 58 season with 67 unassisted members will sit in their own
Waite Hoyt and Stan Coveleski were two guys I heard and shadows of former "slinger" points last year. Team rates tackles and 92 assists. special reserved section on
read about. From what rye heard and read they were pretty Clewis Wright wno graduated. say he crosses the scrimmageline Alvin Wyatt, safety, is the the North sidelines. Last
good ball players. However, Roy Campanella and Stan Musialare B-CC acquired two more with "lightning" speed. man of the hour in the Wildcats year, approximately 1,500
two guys I know were darn good ball players. My congrats coaches increasing the staffto Jack said, "last season secondary. An all-con- Huddle Club season tickets
to these gents for being formally inducted into baseball's hall five. Bud Asher,a longtime Haywood was sensational ference performer, he ran were sold.
\" of fame, they all deserved the honor. grid leader in the Daytona area while Grisby was equally as back 13 punts for 329 yards; Memberships also may be
For those of you who got a chance to look the Dolphins over will be a backfield coach and good while Haywood was on 10 kickoff returns for 354 obtained by sending check or
i z last week, might not have come up with the same thoughts I Jack's former' teammate the injured list. Playing together yards, scored the longest money order for $9 to Miami
did. I came away with the idea that the Dolphins might be able Harold Lucas will handle the I think they could be the touchdown on a punt return, Dolphins Huddle Club, Box
to stop a few plays and they might be able to score this year. kicking-punting chores.Asher toughest one-two combination an 86 yarder; was second in 30$, Riverside Station, Miami,
As to their changes as far as the league, I'll wait and do my formerly coached at Father in the conference."Other veteran -. tackled with 43 unassisted Fla, 33135. Tickets then will
thing on them along with my other predictions and comments. Lopez High and Daytona Beach backs include halfbacks 51 assists and set a school be mailed before the first
Speaking of football, Broadway Joe puts on his first produc- Thunderbirds of the Old South Willie Benjamin, 200 pounds, record for interceptions with game.
tion tomorrow and being broadway Joe's fan look for a
pretty good game for the first half.lithe all-stars believe the
I, press notices, they will be slaughtered;but'if they realize that
the guys they are playing and humans even though experiencedit
might prove to be very interesting. The all star team will.
lack a lot of big names; but I don't think they will lack talent. Spet.for Students
The unheard players are the ones that usually go on to make. .

the biggest stars. Grade School SchoolJoin
Through High
Chumps of the week: Jackie Robinson and Bob Feller don't 4?,
you guys know a bad scene when you see one?
t' Sports of the week: Joyce Tinker and Eddie Sutton. My con-
grats on Jobs well done. I regret I wasn't able to see your O
::1 double' wins; but all's not lost you'll be running again real, theMIAMI
6 soon. Keep on getting up. AMERICAN
." Until after the 1969 initiation remain a good sport. FOOTBALL
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:1M;,';; Record Book 1bLECZ' HUDDLE CLUB .

{ Gerald Tinker of Coral 220 on a straightway of 20.2
I Gables tied a national high is held by Forest Beatty, a .
school record in last month's Calif ornlan.
1 AAU Track and?Field Championships Tinker finished last in the and buy season tickets 10 aP
II at Miami-Dade Jr. final of the NatlonalAAU 220
College North. in Miami with 21.0buthegaveDade
County its second na- tit half price only $9
tional-record-tying track effort gomes
of the year. Killian High
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( mark of 3:11.8 in the stateprep
1 ,meet.DOGS .. THESE 9 GAMES
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suits. 0 CHICAGO BEARS* Sat., Aug.9 8:00:
1 p.m. purchase a season ticket to all 9' home'games
CLEAR RUN Way overdue .
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ILF SIMPLY WELD Ready to
score.U BALTIMORE COLTS* Sat., Aug. 30 8:00: p.m.
Normally, student tickets sell for $2
RONNIE Should graduate.lrttkMITIMEr. per game
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Tinker's 20.6 time in qualifying ADS BUffALO BILLS Sun., Oct. 26 1:30: p.m. their own special reserved section (Section B) ono

for the 220-yard dash the north sidelines. And with the purchase of a
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matched the national best by DON'T COST season ticket, the price is only $1 per game.
Clyde Glosson on May 6,1965. DENVER BRONCOS Sun., Dec. 7 1:30: p.m.
This record is for the 220 run THEY PAY
on one turn.. The mark for a NEW YORK JETS Sun., Dec.. 14 1:30: p.m. Take advantage of this wonderful HALF PRICE
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IT PAYS TO SMILE King's Inn managing partner, Charles Schlakmancenter
''You'll Be Satisfied ( ) presenting Cafe Carnival Monthly Sunshine Sweepstakes checks to
(left)' waitress Nettie Davis, third prize, $20.00, waitress Monica Flowers, **
first prize $50.00. Not present for picture waitress Rita ,Mott, second prize,
QUALITYSEAfOOIKENTE $30.00 Looking on (far left) Oswald Archer, Personnel Director and (far
right) Lionel Evans, Cafe Carnival Manager. These Awards are presented to
those waitresses constantly maintaining the highest standards of fine service
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FOR FINE PICTURES MERCHANTS WHO ADVERTISE IN THE 'payments of$3.18 a month
MIAMI TIMES ARE TELLING YOU THEY free Tax down home, no demonstration Interest. For,
CALL; APPRECIATE DOING BUSINESS WITH YOU. call Capital Sewing, credit .
JOHNSON OF MIAMI mgr. til 9 p.m. Hollywood 4' HIGH, J8' DEEP,
THEY ARE COURTEOUS, DEPENDABLE. 922.3528, Miami, 949-8124,
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ADS Kinq's- Brother Drinking When Drowned


ATLANTA The Fulton The 38-year-old brother of per cent alcohol content,near..
20 WORDS OR LESS $2.00. IOC FOR EACH ADDITIONAL ,VORD. County medical examiner reported Dr. Martin Luther King Jr. ly three times the amount

DEADLINE FOR CLASSIFIED ADS TUESDAY 6 P. M. Tuesday that tests was found clad in his under- needed for a drunken driving

showed Rev. A. D, King, who wear in a pool at his home July conviction under Georgia law.

FOR SALE FOR RENT MADAM KAYA drowned last week, had been 21.
alcoholic The' cause of death was accidental -
beverages
145 NW 64th St.CBS,tile roof, Nice room with private bath, gifted spiritualist reader drinking
prior to his death. Dr. Tom Dillon said in a n official drowning, the medi-
completely furnished private entrance. Prefer man and advisor
Fla. room,
report that a blood cal examiner said. The blood
No qualifying, $16,000 or couple. 836-3274. Guaranteed to help.Advice on the
sample examination by sample was examined as partof
of $11,000 all problems love mar- '
assume mortgage ,
state crime lab showed a 0.27 the autopsy
$88 monthly pays everything. 1756 NW 85th Street.One bedroom riage, courtship, business EOPI Nixes
Don't let this one get away. apartment furnished. transactions. Help find loved

Aetna Realty (Broker) 811 NW Water and lights free. $25 deposit ones and lost articles. Guaranteed sssasss.ssass 1sT ass--ssssss-sss-

54th St. Phone 7575724. Men only, $25 week. help. She succeeds Poor People's ; ;
where others have failed. She

2452 NW 87th St. Gorgeous, 2, Store. 3,000 sq. ft. Coconut gives you lucky days and lucky

bedroom, CBS tile roof, oak Grove area air-conditioned, numbers. Blessed oil and 1 = 1

floors, carpeting, stove, re equipped for grocery corner lucky charms for the home. MarketsThe 1 1
frigerator. Total price $14- 221-7024. Reasonable rent From 9 to 9 daily.. She is aShe 1 ,

000. Assuma 5 1/4% mort true instrument of God. Economic Opportunity 1 /

gage. $85 month pays all.Don't Room for one man. Call after helps and heals by prayer. Program Inc. has turned downan 1 miss this one. Aetna Realty 7 1 p.m. 691-8159. 688917811601 NW 7th Ave. endorsement of three small 1
(Broker) 811 NW 54th St. Ph: Dade grocery stores operatedby 1 ,I

7575724. 1 bedroom furnished apart- the Poor People's Non- 1

,7'2280 NW ment for middle age working profit Organization, the EOPI, ..
94th St. Unusual 2 man. $17 per week. 2 weeksin FOR SALE public. affairs director said
bedroom, Fla. room, tile roof, advance. Also a large room 1 1I
Tuesday. See the Lady from the land of Miracle's"SISTER $
air conditioned must
for with facili
garage, a man cooking Buy a lot today. Low down low
be seen. FHA appraisal $20- ties. To see: call NE 5-4805. monthly. Percy L. Johnson, Paul Wyche said he decid- DIANE '
500. Seller will all clos-
pay Broker Phone 587-9494. Ft. ed against sending volunteer ':.1
ing costs. See today. Aetna Nice room with private bath Lauderdale. workers to the stores,after 1 Will read your entire ,life without asking any 1
Realty (Broker) 811 NW 54th for 1
a single working lady.Use staffers
checked the NonPro- questions gives advice on all affairs of life
1
St. Phone 757-5724. 1
of kitchen, living room and fit Market in Miami
Beach.
dining room, conveniently located 1 such as Love, Courtship, Marriage Law' 1

By owner. 3 bedroom, fenced, pay monthly To see FOR SALE "They said they wouldn't Suits, and Business Speculation. Tells you 1

city water, good area. $350' call NE 5-4805. Lots. Street 50)(210 to Street buy anything there them- 1 Who and When you will marry She never fails 1

down, $100 month pays all. No Old House & Lot $4,000.00 selves," Wyche said. 1 to reunite the Separated, cause Speedy and 1

NW qualifying.50th St.Move 642-0722 right or in 226-529 FOR RENT BARON 538.1340 Wyche said EOPI had never I'' Happy' Marriages, overcomes Enemies and 1

8566. Small 1 bedroom house $17 sent volunteers to any of the Bad Luck of all kinds.. 1
Deposit Required non-profit markets. I TELLS ,YOUR LUCKY.DAYS & NUMBERS

i 2 houses. 11 rooms. Priced: WEST REALTY I Don't be discouraged others have failed to help you.., ;

J $20,900. Low down. 1805 NW 2Q20 NW 62nd St.(Open 10-12)) "Any where. In the world WATCH OUT I She does what others claim to do. One visit will con 1
you want to go" vince
this gifted Spiritualist Medium is
superior
34t h Street. Will trade 221- you
3872 owner Room for rent. Close to a bus 71CKF73 COfT FOR DUKE TASK I to any reader,you have ever consulted. '
With this ad, you get a free lucky number 1
for elderly NO
stop. Nice room, an MOKE *T
Modern 2 bedroom CBS, extra woman or a gentleman.Call (Page 26)) I PRI VATE & CONFIDENTIAL READINGS DAILY 1
large fenced Drive I EVERYONEIS WELCOME 1
yard. by; 691-7034.
Hours 9:00 to 9:00
a.m. daily
131 NW 53rd St. then call I p.m. .
us, '
7UYEL'4112IU"Your 14060 NW 7* AVE 638-9123
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1' Tubin Realtors, 10035 NW 7th CALLINGRICHMOND I I'

I Avenue. Phone 758-4429. Room for rent. Deposit required Neighborhood Travel HEIGHTS -------------------

Working middle age Agents" MIAMI,. HOMESTEAD
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19 inch Admirable portable
man 754-6816 693-
only. or ,
As near to you as your OPA-LOCKA
," ..Slimeiine $36.00 6813732.' 4409 after 7 p.m. telephone. Give us a call.. ," '
NEEDEDManagers. HELP WANTED
\ WE DELIVER. 754.3517, ) *
.. Outside antenna installed i$19. 6105 NW 7th Avenue, women We will train you
Now! Waterfront retirement Choi. C. North, Manager for positions with distri- I'm the Night Supervisor! of
681-3741. butors of Holiday
I Magic
\ I' __ living --- none profit rentalsat Cosmetics products Full FIRST FEDERAL SAVINGS
'II tropical Florida's finest ad- or part-time. Small investment Custodial Services Downtown BuildingWe
Fabulous home. Built like ara brings ,
dress. Conveniently close you generous
/ castle. First time on the mar.J commit ion, unusual .
downtown beaches. Car unnecessary L.KINGGeneral opportunity have opening I for to work
in America Fast an a person
; ket. 3 bedroom, 3 baths, one
,? room has private entrance, New highrise for est growing consumer in*' Monday thru Friday from 4:00: p.m. to 12:00
dustry. Must hove
teachers and other retired good

J '; can be used for office.Central professionals. All facilities and intelligentmanner appearance midnight and Saturday from 8:00 a.m. to 4:00

) heating, hardwood floors, ,
activities for active retire- p.m.
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Spanish tile 2 porches, large Hauling
ment write CTA Towers, 1809 For Appointment ",
'If fenced yard, near stores, Call after 5
p.m.
Brickell Ave. Miami Fla.
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buses, schools, church.1/2 '33129 Phone 377-8021. 1401 N. W, MR. SAWYER
blocks west of Miami Avenue 1
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(Ag. 8)) 51st' Terrace 634-9024 ..
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on NW 83rd St. For appointment ,
'I call 'PL 1-1172.; owner Phone h lYe. t 4t :.. ,,

HELP WANTED 69636,98BANK FOR SALE :
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For sale. 1 gas stove only 2 r
years old. Excellent .condition PRINTERTypiSt, male or HOME & INCOME 1
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$25.00 Phone 693-4083. female, must be, an active 35 NW 41st Street
church worker Mercer Front house, 2 bedroom,

Lots street to street 50 X210. Church Supply & Printing, REPOSSESSIONS CBS. Rear house, 2 bed
Old house and lot $4,000. 1038 NW 36th Street, Miami, 1967 Cadillac I Sedan room frame.$85 mo.income.

Baron 538-1340. Fla. phone 635-7913. Deville NO QUALIFYING

1965 $1,000 Down $85 Month &p-
2485 NW 57th Street.CBS.One LABORATORYTECHNICIANS Chevy Impala 1817 NW 93rd Terrace .
house has 9 rooms and other Super Sport Nice I 2 bedroom, partly '

one room studio. By owner For a comprehensive health '1965 Bonnevi lie Pontiac fume Owner will hold mort-

634-2180. center in Northwest Miami., gage. Hurry;this will sell

Group type medical care.Sal- 1966 Galaxie, 500 Ford fast.
House and lot for sale at-1318 ary competitive. Attrac-
NW 1st Place.Phone 371-0550 $450 DOWN FHA
tive fringe benefits. Apply, Come in or Call:
1444 NW 37th Stre.tLovely r
George A. Simpson, M. D. Mr. Duffie at:
"BEAUTIFUL HOME" Medical Director, 5601 NW 27 2 bedroom, 1 bath,
,..2 bedroom home plus garage, Avenue, Miami, Fla. 33142, National Industrial Fla rm, CBS, nice location, yrLL
located In the heart of Manor telephone: 635-7551. Bank of Miami Hurry, this will tell fast.

park area. Close to schools 6013 NW 7th Avenue ALLAPATTAH REALTYRealtors
and shopping, large enough a 3 '
Restaurant helper wanted 159-432!
that it may be used as a three 633.0426
Aurora's diner 6329 NW 18th
bedroom home. Wall to wall ,
carpets, plus many fine fea- Avenue. Phone 691-9723.

tures, shown by appointmentonly MALE LAUNDRY HELP WE OFFER:

: Call us for all Inforraartion Presser for dry cleaning Loaders, pullers, extractor operators. Good Good pay and raises based on work

I Fenster Realty, Broker, plant; palmer's Cleaners,423 wages. Production bonus. Excellent company, Steady employment .

759-8779. West 29th St., Hialeah, 887-.. benefits. Paid vacation. Permanent job. Must Two weeks paid vacation ,,:.; "I"' '

8022. be 18 or over. Apply in mornings. No phone Uniforms furnished and cleaned '. "

calls please. Ask for Mr. Findley, National Pleasant working conditions fp t "
COMMERCIAL PROPERTY Linen Service 1950 NW 1st Avenue. 1''
Experienced hairstylist' with Credit Union 4'i' ''

2 BUILDINGS a following to work in a busy. Retirement PlanProfitsharing' ..'
LARGE CORNER 1101 120 '
fashionable that is : ;'
shop going' : ; }
SUITABLE FOR BUSINESS FEMALE LAUNDRY HELP : : !t.,, ,
In '' ''
places the Miami area '
CHURCH OR PROFESSIONAL Supreme Wig and Beauty Salon, Flat workfeedersfolders. Good wages. Excellent -' Free parking : .
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'Presently a going business on 8110 NW 17th Ave. 6919392.j j : = :company benefits. Paid vacation.. Please' call, First Federal'sfPersonnel: i! } b.
'' property that can be convertedto ( Must be 18 Apply between 10
Ag. 29) or over. a.m. & Department forfurther information at373-1997.
Drive 1501 NW 1511 ,
suit. by 1
5 p.m. No phone calls please. National Linen
NW 54th Street then call for .
' all information about pro Needs trash hauling driver. I Service, 1950 NW 1st Ave. Ask for Mr. Thank You
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pert Fenster Realty Broker Must be strong. Start $2.50an Findley.

1598779"I I hour. Call'696-2415. '0 JOEL:MORGAN
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MARTHA REEVES & THE VANDELLASwhile appearing Washington, e'

D. C., received the "red carpet," treatment at the White House. Presidential

DIMENSION. Jim Brown, football star-turned-actor, has'another Assistant Robert Brown points out scenic highlights from the White House I
inner-admeasurement that isn't taped or known to the general public. Rose Garden to Martha Reeves ((2nd from right) her sister, Lois (right) and

He's an avid chess player. On the set of MGM's "Tic Tic Tic. ." Sandra Tilley. Visiting the White House was a first for the talented Motown

filmed in Colusa, Calif. he challenged actor Don Shroud during a break with trio.

assistant to the. pro d u c e r Cassius V. Weathesby, actor Rennie Rekor and GO TO CHURCH
columnist R. J. Sye looking on. SUNDAY STANLEY DRUGSYOUR

NEIGHBORHOOD PRESCRIPTION STORE

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t Phone: 758-1191 or 693-1766 Real pretty,2 bedroom home. East of Expressway.Near r'o I&IIIIRI.-Pii-I JH'_:Jl;it.J'\o.D"j. r *.. 'fI\..: _. .,...,...

J NW 54th St. Enclosed front porch, jalousie 'HOMERHUMPHREY, Owner _
L.- -- ------ ---- windows, and well for
pump yard, stove, refrigerator. DRUGS COSMETICS GREETING CARDS
Spotless inside and out. FHA price $12,000. ...
BY, _OWNER $400 down. $101.67 month. Best_ ,location. FREE PICKUP & DELIVERY
Property at 3639 NW 15th Avenue
MON. THUR SAT.' 9 AM-9 'PM SUN. 1 TO 5 PM
CBS building, private parking, air condition. l
Could be used for children's nursery, small 2 edrooin CBShamp'Infr,' *t Odslb.diris'ltw4e,
n reo. NW5$ $t
clinicofficescredit unions
churchmedical ,
to fr j lieus1. w s. flA ptlc., $19G ,'J
etc. Only $22,500 easy terms. CARLTON REALTY

DAYTIME ,151-3659
EVES -226-1481 HOME AND INCOME FHA TERMS 30T4HW! 79 STREET REALTORS

Front 2 bedroom home Fla room, porch, freshly 693. -4772 If No Answer
painted rear 2 story house, has 1 bedroom apt. 759.6500
downstairs and a 2 bedroom apt. upstairs. FHA WATERFRONT BEAUTY. 2 bdrms, 2 baths, Fla
Miami Ads Don't Cost price U2,500r $1,500 down, $155.71 month, and rm, gar.CBS, tile rf, hardwood & terrflrs, $21,500. ,
and pay all closing costs. $4,500 down. $134.35 month.

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They Pay ,
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--- 1/4 ACRE. Waterfront, 4 bdrms, 2 baths, Fla rm,
I j :I.,: WI' \ ', ; I 2 car 'gar., built-in kitch, terr &. hardwood firs,
'" >' r;" I ) :" ;>\': ft0"il: { CBS, tile rf, $32,500 $8,000 down, $189.68 mo.
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FHA-CBS. Waterfront, 3 bdrms, 2 baths, double
LIFE INSURANCE carport, liv rm, din rm, (Ige kitch, many extras.
Must see. $23,000; $2,800 down. $149.78 month.

WILL SELL FOR FH4,VAt UATIOH----- FHA-C S. Little Rim Watf.J CHI-t---2-J! ,
Doesn'tCostItPays! boths, (liv rm, Fla rm, kitch, din
rm area,
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gar.
bath Carol .
Modern 3 bedroom, 2. CBS, City. Front
sprinklers tile rf
hardwood
& firs
terr spacious
built-in kitchen central neat
air
porch, carport, ,
home.
$23,700, $2,300 down, $163.13 mo.
Last life insurance benefit payments in conditioner drapes, beautiful fenced in grounds.
year FHA $20,000, $1,000 down, $140.88 month. MEDICAL CENTER CLINIC OR OFFICES
America amounted to more than $12,000,000-
Choice corner building location. In excellent
000.00. business area. $35,000, $8,500 down.$177.82 mo.

Less than half, $5,200,000,000.99 were for Closed Saturdays 3 p.m. and All day Sunday

death payments. $6,800,000,000.00 was K- .
paid to "Living Policyholders" in the form

of policy dividends, surrender values, disability Training Jobs Open Now

payments, mature, endowments, and annuity U you have no experience, but want to work. here is
payments. WE HAVE MANY I.10RE HOMES -- an opportunity to work and learn a new trade. All you
fOU CAN BUY ANY OF OUR FHA HOMES FOR have to do Is apply for a Job at the Employment Service
$100 DOWN IF YOU ARE A VET'OR BEING Office listed below:
LIFE INSURANCE DOESN'T COST IT PAYS DISPLACED AND IF YOU CAN QUALIFY
((1) A NW area employer has a job opening for a life
A SAVINGS raft repairman trainee. The starting salary will be$1.75
UP
BUILD to $2.00 an hour for a 7:45 a.m. to 4:30 p.m. shift, Mon-
THROUGH LIFE INSURANCE day. Friday.
(2) A Hialeah employer has a job opening for a mattress
:spring assembler trainee. The starting salary, will be
CENTRAL UK r xe.t ;$1.85 an hour.for a five day, forty hour week..
A d ',(3) A Hialeah employer has a job opening fora plasticextruding
machine operator;h.elper. The starting salary
INSURANCE COMPANY will.be.$2.00 an hour for the first shift; .Idf difference
for,second shift; .and 30?an hour for the third shift, Monday -
Friday.

1416 NORTH BOULEVARDTAMPA, FLA.
Apply for all then jobs at the Industrial Office, Flori.
DISTRICT OFFICES STATEWIDE ,da state Employment Service,1350 NW 12th Avenue,Room
280. Employement Service off ices are open from 8 a.m. to
5 p.m. Monday through Friday.F .
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