The Miami times
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 Material Information
Title: The Miami times
Physical Description: Newspaper
Language: English
Publisher: The Magic Printery
Place of Publication: Miami Fla
Creation Date: August 15, 1969
Frequency: weekly
Subjects / Keywords: African Americans -- Newspapers -- Florida   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Miami (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Miami-Dade County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Genre: newspaper   ( marcgt )
newspaper   ( sobekcm )
Spatial Coverage: United States -- Florida -- Dade -- Miami
Coordinates: 25.787676 x -80.224145 ( Place of Publication )
Additional Physical Form: Also available on microfilm from the University of Florida.
Dates or Sequential Designation: Began in 1923.
General Note: "Florida's favorite Colored weekly."
General Note: "Tempora mutantur et nos mutamur in illis."
General Note: Editor: H.F. Sigismund Reeves, <Jan. 6, 1967-Dec. 27, 1968>.
General Note: Description based on: Vol. 25, no. 8 (Oct. 23, 1948).
Funding: Funded by NEH in support of the National Digital Newspaper Project (NDNP), NEH Award Number: PJ-50006-05
 Record Information
Source Institution: University of Florida
Holding Location: University of Florida
Rights Management: All rights reserved. Board of Trustees of the University of Florida
Resource Identifier: oclc - 02264129
lccn - sn 83004231
issn - 0739-0319
System ID: UF00028321:00507

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3 Youths rainesv-lle,

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Police Brutality


iIIt Three black youths from No charges were filed against !
Brownsville are claiming police Dayjs.
brutality after an incidentin Robert
Strapp Sr. and J.
the parking lot of the Hot
14 Taylor, parents of
p Shoppes Restaurant on South two of the
,\ Dixie Highway youths, have reTEMPORA MUTANTUR ET N06 MUTAMUR IN ILLS
Sunday night
tained counsel to see If their ,
internal Security of the Miami sons civil rights were vioVol.. 46, No. 51 PRICE: 15* .'

\ Police the Department case. Is investigating lated. MIAMI, FLORIDA, FRIDAY, AUGUST 15, 1969

Robert Strapp Jr. 19, Paul :

,; ready Taylor 16, claim to, 17 leave, they and the Dwight were parking getting Davis lot Shotgun- Bandits Clean' Out S&L 1':1

ras kStiS when they were set upon by
Sl1'men They then forced eight employees
r 1 with 'a sawed-off
r: two men incfvllian clothes, lac.Police
one brandishing a gun. These shotgun overpowered a guard and S&L officials and three customersto
men were later identified as Tuesday morning at North gave the following account of line up against a wall. .,
L J. Alvarez, a plainclothes Dade savings and loan Institution the holdup Manager Donald Vickers and ,1 I
and forced the managerto assistant ,manager, Bruce
officer, and R. Colpitts, an
entered the
Negro men
Brinkuth forced to
open the safe and hand over were open
off duty police officer
north Dade branch of the Coral
all the the safe. The robberstookallthe
cash. The amount I
, BABELLE EVERETT DARA KIRK Strapp said he armed himself Gables Federal and
taken In the safe wellas
was more than $25,000. money as
with chain he had In
a the
YOUNG BLACK AND WHITE car to protect himself, but Metro police 1967 found the getaway NW Loan 183rd Association St., at (1.,:30 at 2732 a.m. cash all drawers.the money at several
car, a gray and
dropped the chain when Col
DESIGNERS MAKE TOP TEAMRight pitts threatened to shoot him. white Chevrolet,reported sto- After overpowering the The employees and customers :
I len Tuesday morning In and were then forced to I
Colpitts is said to have pulled guard, taking his .38 caliber
Miami, at NW 213th Street lie down In an office while \
Davis from the car and hit him. revolver, one of the bandits
here 'under
our noses and 37 Avenue. The the men left.
Soon after, five police cars men jumped on a counter and
and who knows
that Isabelle The Federal Bureau of Investigation
seen leaving the
came on the scene and after area shouted: "This a hold upl!
Everett and Dara Kirk aretruly words were exchanged the In a ,!late model green Cadil We're not fooling! Is on the case.
a pair extraordinaire.
youths claim that four or more
Both 23 old
years ,they are de-
signers of one of the hottest police officers Jumped on
Junior sportswear lines in the young Strapp and beat him
about the head
country Mr. Vito' Inc., unmercifully.
Two of the officers
located named
right here in Miami.
Isabelle Is married, black were R. M. Klnee and C. H.

and a graduate of Miami Taylor.
Northwestern The manager of the Hot
Sr. High and
Dara Is white and a graduateof Shoppes claimed the youths
Miami were swearing at customersand
Edison. Both girls
giving the waitress hard
have been working there for'
time, so he called the two officers
over two and ,ra ,half years.
They have 'been friends who were in the restaurant

since they met at Miami Dade This tag hangs In at the time.

Jr. College, where they both the best stores Several white witnesseswere
on the and at least
have obtained associate of would appear first to be fair. scene
two of them have
Science,degrees in Fashion These girls have also beenan given'statements. -
to internal Security.
Designing. important part of the commercials
With about feix years of good on radio ,stations The three young men were w w .' + t
taken to Jail.: was 4
,friendship, this,black and WQAM and WFUN as an additional
white team has gotten their promotional item charged with four counts of
assault and and four
names printed on every Mr. These commercials are also battery
Vito hang tag. By flipping! a featured on seven other major countsof assault with a chain. 4 :
Taylor was charged with four 4.
coin, they decided who's name Continued on page 2
counts of assault and battery.

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.4YIa..AM1{ S T YYYYF AW kDY Yr AaYA Yr+ewA6i1i. H'VY1MWWlirAR ''MISS' BLACK AMERICA BEAUTY PAGEANT contestants, many of whom

.fYUY ft1l Mr tin will compete this Saturday night, Aug. 16 at Miami Beach Auditorium with
C/k. ,M1.kM 044 ,_M/MwM Y4 d1Ya. winners from Broward county for the ,title of Miss Black America of Florida I

are, from left, rear row: Alice Miller, Cassandra Smith, Joyce Watson, Jean-

ette Lewis, Yvonne Collins, Gloria Young, Jimmy Warren, defensive back of

the Miami Dolphins, Beverly Parks, Beatrice Geinous, Mary Young, Linda

{ sL d McDowell and Diane McDill. Front row, from left, Marie Cox, Sandra Pierson, R

Mary Burns, Bertha Swanson and Carolyn Manning. Winner of the title of

Miss' Black America of Florida will, go to New York to compete Aug. 22 at I

Madison Square Garden for the title, of Miss Black America. Saturday night's

entertainment at, Beach auditorium will be headlined by soul singer Joe Tex

4 _I and his revue. _____ : ,I

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'fir t t ti4 15 Compete For Miss Black rf Girl' '10, .Diesj sG < !

i As Gun' ':":0>;.
America, Of Florida TitleFifteen :::: ,

Goes Off |

Dade and Broward At stake Saturday night are $>

county girls will compete Sat cash awards of $500 divided A 10-year-old girl was shot' *
urday night at Miami Beach among the top 3 girls, and in to death, apparently by accident ;
Auditorium in the Miss Slack New York the stakes go up to early Sunday In her home t
: ',, America of Florida Beauty $5000 to the girl named Miss in Coconut Grove. '

ty EF'I' A I pageant, seeking the right to Black America, plus $5000 in Miami police said they will '
represent their state In the fees for ''a year's work, a seek an Inquest In the death of

p. r ,? ra Miss Black American Pageant, scholarship, travel and a partin Jestlne Wilcox, daughter of
r Aug. 22 at New York's Madison one segment of the "Julia"TV Carsie and Carolyn Wilcox of .
Square Garden. show starring Diahann 3687 William Ave.Investigators .
On hand to entertain at the Carroll. said the girl's

Florida pageant will be soul uncle, Robert Wilcox, 21, of
.I.t The girls will work on stage
rr M Ir r singer Joe Tex, and his revue, starting at 8:30, appearing in 2335 NW 89th Ter., told thema

a. ? backed by the Clyde Williams bathing suits, evening dresses faulty .22 caliber automatic &'
orchestra. John "Root Man"McArthur pistol discharged'while he was
and also displaying their singing
well-known comedian and dancing talents. trying to figure out why it
Is billed and Jack Brewer wasn't working. "
will be master of ceremonies Winner will go to New York

Model City Governing Board Members, Health and Housing task force Aug.,19,where she will be welcomed
members participating In ceremonies marking the start of $2.9 million sani- Saundra Williams of Philadelphia at the airport,and proceed Miss' Black America of
the Miss Black America to the New Yorker hotel, Florida will have a new war-
Included Dr. Elmer Ward Vice-chairman of
tary sewer construction ; 1968, will also be on hand to near Madison Square Garden, drobe for her trip presented to
Governing Board, George Williams; Neal Adams; Mrs. Inez Wilcox; Daniel crown Miss Black Americaof to prepare for the national pa her by South Florida merchants -

Francis, Eugene Kemp and others. Florida. geant. .


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2 THE MIAMI TIMES, Friday, August 15, 1969 (

i Top Lawyers To Defend Gavin Churches May Support (


If Jesse James Cum gets Circuit Court Judge Fran- cycle officer Ronald McLeod, Overthrow Tyranny
the electric: chair for the slaying cis Christie ruled the 22yearold can confer with the three law Violence To M
of the police officer for youth indigent at a brief yers. -- -- IE

tlchhe: is charged, tt won't session Wednesday and appointed The World central committee began a 10- The annual meeting will also rr
be because lie did not bare three Dado's top defense Representing Gavin will be decidesin day meeting Wednesday in take up plans for restructur oj
Council of Churches
competent legal help. attorneys as his state- Louis M. Jeppeway, Tobias the next two weeks whether Canterbury at which it trill accept ing the WCC fellowship by d
Gavin was assigned a trio of paid counsel. Simon and Phillip A. Hubbart, to its 235 member faithto or reject unprecedented 1972 to perhaps a place d:
defense attorneys Wednesday Judge Christie postponed the latter a member of the support urge violence if it is recommendations for Chris- for Roman Catholic Church
to represent him at.his first setting an arraignment; date Dade Public Defender's staff tian Church action to combat membership and to better ac-
to overthrow political
degree murder trial scheduled until Gavin, charged with the and named at the special request necessary and economic tyranny.The racial oppression. comodate local ecumenism )
for mid-September. May 7 slaying of Miami motor- of Gavin WCC's policy-making A WCC-sponsored consultation movements and youth. aJaJ)
on racism in London Dr. Eugene Carson Blake, aJsl
last May recommended that the American general secre-
I the world'scburcbesleV'ecanomfc tary of the WCC, said the realignment sIS
Black Arts Exhibit Closes Sunday sanctions against practitioners would enable the
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racism fellowship to work more teC
E A week from Aug. 11 17, involve a number of kids connected MBAA members bavedo- to oppressed, minorities pay- closely with the Vatican even ted
of exhibits and programs on with the community's nated two sculptures to the reparations if Catholics do not formally

black painting, sculpture, summer focus on black arts. Carver YMCA and this sum- confess blatant and they insidious are join the alliance.

artifacts, poetry, and music Saturday dance. mer they bare been teaching a "filled with institutional racism"and "We are not satisfied with
-- with special emphasis on Sunday show by the Man- black history, modern dance the the facilities involving our Interchanges Y't
youth is being held at 4820 NW arsha dancers, and speeches and art at the Carver Y. The support violence as with the Roman

I 27th Ave., headquarters of the by community leaders. Y's "culture through play" last way out. Catholic Church," Blake said
Miami Coalition's Operation The Miami Black Arts Association projects this summer for Lib- If approved by the 120- amount of
recently. our
Youth Beat.1'11ursdaJ. is a group of students erty City children ends this member central committee, /n-
commitment already requireseven t
-- Black youth headed by Roland Woods, UM Friday, Aug. 15, and last week the recommendations become more commitment and a i w
speaks out. Discussions Junior, majoring in art. The sponsored three shows of art official but nonblnding WCC change to accommodate it." a
speeches on black history, group, formed last spring to which drew about a 1,000 view- policy. F
Vietnam, etc. further black arts in the com-
Friday -- Operation Youth munity, got impetus from summer projects were few
does its thing. solaronf Catherine Dunham, famed Interpretative held in fire different locations, r
structured evening which will dancer ofthe and were connected with VFW Wall To Wall I

1930's and 40's, who is now EOPPs University of the C
working with several such Streets program. Also involved Quartermaster
community groups all over the was the UMs Teacher w
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country. She was in Miami for Corps team at Polnciana park Of The Year Soul 71I'

a day last spring.TRANSMISSIONS Elementary Robert P. Jordan,Sr.,principal j -

of Parker Way Middle

Attends Natio n al Conference School, Fort Lauderdale, was
awarded first honors by the'
State of Florida Veterans of
Of Junior Achievement
Foreign Wars at their recent

f ry Mr. and Mrs. Herman Boyd annual state meeting in Jacksonville -
would like to announce that July 2123.
their daughter, Leola Kearse Mr. Jordan was Judgedbythe
has won bgh honors in the State Veterans of Foreign -r

Greater Miami chapter of Junior Wars committee as being the -
achievement. The honors outstanding Quartermaster of '1
include the winning of the vice- the Year. He serves with Lt. W M8M I
president of marketing of the Melorn R. Jackson Jr. VFW Soul

-_._------ _.__.. year contest, the executive Post No. 5693, W. C, Coving-
award, the $100 sales award, ton, Commander.
Miss Maxine Mitchell, a the 100% attendance award and Radio'I
South Dade graduate is on the ey
a $200 scholarship to the col-
Job with United Airlines based
lege of her choice. She was
in Miss Mitchell l:
New York City. the first negro In Miami to win
is the daughter of the. the VP of the year contest. i f
Mitchells In Florida City, at is of Miami w
She a graduate i,
786 NW 9th St.She was recently Edison Senior High School and ,

graduated from the Airline has plans of becoming a regis- .._-_.----
Training Division of Atlantic tered nurse. She will leave on 1ftci ':

School in Hartford, Conn. Sunday, August 17 for Bloomington ,

She attended Ways High,and Indiana where she will Young Black, wd l t r 5.: eO7N
South Dade High Schools. She attend the National Conference
formerly worked for the Dade of Junior Achievement and And WhiteDesigners ':,

County Recreational Program compete in the national contest .M.A ;.y;. za.t
before going to the Atlantic : '
for rice of
president marketing :
School. of the year. :
Continued from page 1 ; :' It

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The girls were also the "se- I
cret word" on WQAM on last : ft

June 23rd and 24th. _

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THE MIAMI TIMES, Friday, August 15, 1969 3 1,1

$4.4 Million Sanitary Sewers Project StartedResidentbenefactors ; ''I


in the earth at NW 67th St. and 24th hood development Program In eral HUD at the beginning of 27th Avenue, west. north; U. S.l,west;Allapattah
Model City and Goulds areas Avenue starting constructionof Goulds and construction work the year under the Neighborhood The Goulds project bounda- Road, east, and SW 224th St., I
led groundbreaking cere- approximately 20 miles of ers who live In the Goulds NDP Development ProgramNDP ries are Black Creek Canal, south.
monies for $4.4 million worthof sanitary sewer pipe in one- area and have been hired by ( ). All together in 1969,
sanitary sewers and water third of the Model City area. the contractor BAC Construction -, NDP has scheduled construc-
distribution systems on Mon- The $2.9 million Northwest Co. participated In cere- tion of approximately 50 milesof Seeks To Revive
day. Transition Sanitary Sew- monies that mark the beginning sewer pipes and 70 miles
age Collection System will of a $1.5 million Installation. of water pipes at estimated 'I
Governing Board membersand bring service to 25,000 resi- cost of$11 million In the Model Miami NAACP '
8,000 families taGoulds will
members of the Housingand dents in the Model City area, be serviced with ten miles of City,Goulds and perrlne areas. ;
Health task forces for according to Haley Sofge, director The reminder of the work Is' ,
water pipes ten miles of sanitary ,
Model Cities picked up gold of Metro's Departmentof being advertised now forbids. Marvin Davies, State Field ",
shovels donated for the occa- Housing and Urban Develop sewers when constructionIs The present area for sewer Director for NAACP, met with "I II
sion the building contractor completed on the new sys- a local committeefor ,
by ment. tem. construction in Model City Is organizing :,
Joe Reinertson EquipmentCo. NW 71st Street on the north; a revitalized Greater MI-
., and with the aid of power- Project Area Committee Construction funds came Airport Expressway, south; ami Chapter of NAACP on \
driven diggers turned the members for the Neighbor- from a grant approved by fed- NW 19th Avenue, east; and NW Monday. "

The organizing committee, r :
led by Reverend Jacob Cohen,

Mf. Zion Gets $2.1 /Million Housing Loan paign agreed to to renew spearhead the NAACP a cam-in "

Dade County. They have plan- \ I
Mount Zion DevelopmentsInc. buildings are finished the :Stewart, Chapel Hill, N. C. project, 9.4 acres, for $100-. ned a mass meeting to organize -
., headed by the Rev. Ed- sponsor will pay at a taxI I Graham; bought the land for the 000 earlier this year. the Greater Miami
ward T. Graham has receiveda subsidized rate of 3 per cent. branch on Thursday,August
$2,122,300 loan from the In addition the project may at 7:30, p.m. at Cohen Temple ---- ---
First National Bank of Miami. be entitled to rent supplementsfrom Christ Church Dedicates Church of God in Christ, 1747 REV. JACOB COHEN
Leads Effort
Funds allocated will be used the federal government. NW 3rd Avenue.Davies .
for the construction of a 150- These payments will enable said the NAACP national branch. He outlined the work
unit housing project for.'the,-low-income persons to live In Altar To Bill BaggsThe convention could be <'and' organization required to ,
needy at 4601 NW 183 St., new apartments which they broughtto Miami in 1972 if carry out a strong NAACP I
Carol City. could not otherwise afford. high esteem in which the "This symbolic holy day is there. was_a strong,MIamiMARVIN proeram. \'
While construction is under Contractor on the job is late editor of The Miami News, a more appropriate time to Existing NAACP branch
way, interest on the loan is Fryd Construction of Miami Bill Baggs, was held in this honor Mr. Baggs rather than presidents, Mrs.Bessie Bruntof
7 1/2 per cent but when the Beach. Architect was Donald community was evidencedby waiting until Jan. 7, which Opa-locka and Mr. Richard
the large crowd that wit- would mark a full year since Powell of Liberty City,
nessed a dedication service in illness cut short his brilliant
promised to cooperate in the
his memory last Sunday. A career," Father Gibson ex- reorganization. They said
beautiful altar of African Ma-
plained. their two small branches had
hogany was dedicated Christ Sunday's ceremony includeda 't
Pall MaOMenthoUOO's. alone been carrying on the
Episcopal Church in Coconut talk by Harry Ash more,for .d NAACP work in Dade County
Grove. mer editor of The Arkansas
ever since the old Miami
The Rt. Rev. James L.Duncan Gazette and Baggs'companionon k} branch was suspended by the
Bishop of the Episcopal two news-gathering tripsto national office for inactivity.
Diocese of South Florida, North Vietnam.
Members of the local organizing -
dedicated the altar in memoryof The Baggs memorial altar committee are Rev.
of the best loved and will be
one placed in the church's
Jacob Marvel
Cohen, Bethel;
highly respected men ever to chapel for use in religious
Adell Dillard, Willie Dillard, ;
nr..yet mil er. live in. this community.. ceremonies. Elmer Ward, Sonny Wright,
After the service a social Carl McCoy, Emerald Ben- ,I
hour was,held in the Parish DAVIES thorne, David Marks and Mary
Hall. State Director Fluker. ,

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Jew and Gentile, black and 9
white, 'sat through the swel- "
tering heat of the afternoon to t
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pay homage to a man this' com- w .t ; I
munity will long remember '
Inscribed on a plaque attached ,'I I
.f to the altar is the mes- L. L. BROOKS

sage; "This family altar is
dedicated to the honor and THE LARGEST PRIVATE HOUSING RENTAL AND .,

William Calhoun Baggs, pre-
sented by his many friends, COUNTIES'I
A.D. 1969." ________ """*"
The A-Gortmrontry-RecrSoTion Center for teenagers and adults'A
..- ..u.The.odore..G1bson-,-
rector of Christ Episcopal Public Relations Department to assist you with your' problems

Church and a close friend of Tenants concern will stop vandalism and reduce the cost of housing
Baggs, said Sunday was chosen
J for the ceremony because it

was the Day of Transfigura' RENTS ARE DUEIN ADVANCEWE
.' j tion, a feast day in the pis-
U. s.

Government MAIN OFFICE "I,

figures show
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'!i:[ : Pall MallMenthol 4150 NW 7th Avenue' 759-8733 i i.I 1,
: 100'slower
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...... .'.:, ,:' in 14255 NW 22nd Avenue, Opa-locka MU 8.0617

"tar" than 20848 South Dixie Hwy, Cutler Ridge-CE 5-3553 j ;

" '... I : the best- 605 NW 7th Terrace, Ft. Lauderdale JA 4-3357 .'(

Grand Avenue Grove HI 5.1381'
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1st Ave. Hallandale WA 7.2434 ::1
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I s king ::...;..._ .... 339 Hammondvllle Rd., Pompano WI 3.2434 I 1','

Vying for the Miss Black .I
America title is Betty Ferguson .
a model student and per- HON. L. L. BROOKS, President '
Pall Mall :sonal appearance instructor GEORGE P. HARTH, Central Manager "

it Cope School for Unwed Mo- CHARLES A. LOCKHART, Public Relations Director

thers.A .
MenthoI100 : nursing assistant at Jack- .If I am. to eaoy| a better life, others Must live better too." L. L. Brooks ,
son Hospital, Miss Ferguson
out to shapely 36-24-
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Welfare //wr
Change The SystemThe .ti\d '1!
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sweeping new proposals outlined by President Nixon on .
August 8 would introduce fundamental changes in America's
it "
social programs and structure of government.The I

present welfare system known as Aid to Families with ." I
Dependent Children--target of so much dissatisfaction by recipients -
officials and public alike--would be abolished,and an I
entirely new program of family assistance launched in its They won't have a chance if the training isn't relevant

stead. The new system would differ from the old in a numberof
key respects:

It would be work-oriented, and thus directed not merely at
maintaining dependent families but at ending their dependency.Heads To Be t Black ProfilesOf
of families receiving assistance would be required, as Equal
a condition of receiving aid, to accept Jobs if available, or to

I register for Job training. Job training, aimed specifically at by Whitney M. Young Jr. CourageBy
f aid recipients, would be expanded. Day-care centers would be I
; provided to enable mothers to take Jobs. Executive Director National Urban League Lou LuTour

t In addition to the work requirements,it would provide a work I
incentive. The present system often makes it more profitableto I Y

I stay (or go) welfare than work. Under the new system, Crime and Punishment U.S.A. ,Attorney Solomon BaylorAttorney
benefits are scaled 'so that it would always pay to work. The ,

\ first $60 a month of an aid recipient's earnings would be free detention of .
The Administration's plan for preventive persons Solomon Baylor of Baltimore, Maryland-Is one
I and clear, with no reduction of benefits;benefits would be re- civil liberties 1969 when
accused of some crimes is a threat the Black Man who displayed 'courage in March a
V duced by 50 cents for each dollar of earnings beyond $60 a
of all, and can only be seen as a very dangerous threat to clerk in the Court of Common Pleas Marriage License
month. minority groups. Bureau refused his request to write "Black" Instead of
For the first time, the new system would also provide helpto Briefly, the idea is thatbefore an accused is released on bail "colored" for race on the application for his marriage license
the "working poor"--those millions who work,but at wages he'd have to go before a Judge who would then decide whether to wed Miss Ernestine Walker,
standard of life for their fami-
too low to sustain an adequate
he "probably" is guilty or might commit another crime Professor of History at Mor-
lies. It would provide Income supplements to low-Income while out on bail.: The Judge can then have the prisoner gan State College.Atty.Baylor 1,
workers to the amount of benefits under the .
keyed new sys- '
locked up for at least 2 months without bail. merely went to his office and
tem that welfare would retain if he took a Job.
now on
Because crime is such a very real problem, especiallyto framed a petition to the court.

For the first time, the new system would establish a nationwide black people living in urban slums, some people mightsee The Hon. Judge ,James A.
minimum for family-aid benefits. For a family of this proposal as being quite reasonable.It's Perrott signed it the same day
four, this would be $1,600 a year. Most families, however, not. In fact, it's a strange way to dispense Justice. directing the clerk to identify o
would receive more than the minimum through State supple- Many ideas look good on paper, but when they're carriedout Atty. Baylor and his wife as
ments. None would receive less than under the present sys- they prove totally unfair and unworkable. members of the"Black"race.
\ tem. For many in the low-benefit States, the increase wouldbe Black people, especially, have never really had a fair The Judge stated that Just be-
substantial. Thus the wide disparity among benefit levelsin deal from the courts. Study after study has shown that cause the court had been putting :
the various States would be sharply reduced, while cost- black, people charged with the same crimes as whites are down "colored" since the \
sharing formulas would ease the present financial burden on convicted more often and get tougher sentences. civil war, did not mean it could
those States now providing benefits above the new Federal, Many people are afraid that this preventive detention plan not be changed. The License
( minimum. would just work out to be a way to lock up black people clerk followed the order;wrote I'I '
The new system would end the "man-in-the-house" rule. accused of crimes, and that it even might be the first stepof "Black" on the application,
Under the old system, most States denied benefits to a family series of repressive measures that could lead to racial and Attv... & Mrs Solomon- -Ray. .
headed by a man; the result was to encourage an unemployedfather concentration camps. I- were identified. S they BAYLOR
to desert his family so that his children would qualifyfor Its easy to say "it can't happen\ here," but in fact it did. desired-all because he used SOLOMON
welfare. The new system will help families stay together.The During World War n Japanese-Americans who were accusedof his courage and knowledge in the right way. I
nothing more than of being of Japanese ancestry were I
new system thus represents a sharpbreak the past.It thrown into concentration camps. I
addresses the problem on a national basis. Its approach is Who can say, with any certitude, that if facial tensions Att. Baylor is well prepared for the challenges to today.
remedial, rather than merely custodial; toward more work reached the boiling point at some time in the future, such He spent three years in the U. S. Army during World War I
rather than more welfare. It is a bold new departure in an camps wouln't be used again? H. After leaving the Army he received a Bachelor of Law
area where piecemeal approaches have failed. But whatever the latent dangers of such infringements of Degree from the University, of Maryland Law School.
Other parts of the package also represent bold new depar liberties, preventive detention places an unfair burden on
tures. people accused of crimes and on the Judges themselves.How .
Taken whole the President's to who and lifestyle Since early age he has been keenly aware and resentful of
as a proposals come grips can anyone, especially a Judge, career -
with the increasingly evident Impotence of government itself; doesn't equip him to understand the problems of the racial injustices. His first formal uvolyjmenlbracJaLu--
y of a structure loaded beyond its capacity to perform effectively. poor and the black, determine who "migh commitAfirlme-_ e.eame.wbenbeW3.S1i01't1ng wlth the NAACP Youth
Thus, in two major moves, he would transfer to States and jit omejuture-date? ------ Council, which sent him to the Annual NAACP Convention in

localities what no _ua_"'AderaUunds-an reorganization of manpower training, and in a start on of people who cam before the District Court. There
revenue sharing.The were about 2,700 people and a mere 124 were accused of Over the years Att. Baylor has yielded to the irresistibleurge
manpower proposals are a major reform in themselves, crimes that would qualify them for preventive detention. And to be involved in civic and racial activities. He was
bringing unity and coherence to a Jumble of preset programs.But lets not forget--they were accused, not convicted. Chairman of the Baltimore. Chapter of CORE during the 1960's
of particular significance Is the fact that administration How crgld anyone predict who among those 124 would commit He has also remained active with the Church and Sunday
of the newly-consolidated programs would be transferred to another: crime? How can a busy Judge, already under a'staggering School, clinging tenaciously to the theory that Christianity
the Sttes and localities, with the Federal government continuing backlog of cases, make a fair determination? Do we does not and should not make one submissive to injustice or
to underwrite the cost.Memorial want Judges or fortune tellers in our courts? prejudicial treatment.He .
But proposals that open the door to unfair Jailing of innocents
especially, as is likely to happen,unfair Jailing of black
To A Man people, can only lead to disaster. has practiced law since 1953,and prior to that he workedat
The first casualty of any preventive detention law would be many occupation-including elevator operator, grocery
Rev. Canon Theodore R. Gibson and members of Christ the Constitution. A person is presumed innocent until clerk, beach hand, messenger and City Housing Inspector. In
Episcopal Church in Coconut Grove deserve a great deal of proven guilty. To Jail a man because a harried Judge has a the practice of Law, he has been associated U. Theodore
credit for the fitting memorial service and dedication in honorof hunch that he might go out and commit a crime Is to open the Hayes, a member of the Attorney General's Staff, since Feb-
Bill Baggs last Sunday. doors to an era of repression and the death of civil liberties. ruary 1955. HeservedasAssistantCitySoIicltor from August
Baggs was truly an unusual and outstanding person,and his The aim of the proposals is to keep hardened criminals off 1963 to January 1967. In January 1968, he became the first
warmth and goodness touched the lives of thousands of peoplein the streets. The best way to achieve that goal is to Improve Black member of the Board of Municipal and Zoning Appeals
this community. Rev. Gibson was a close personal friendof police work and the court system so that more criminals for Baltimore City.
Baggs, and gives him credit for helping him to make some would be caught and brought quickly to trial.
very key decisions In his life. Crime is a serious problem. Th real preventive measures
The beautiful altar of African mahogany dedicated In Baggs needed are better Job opportunities, an end to poverty and tt is certaln-Att. Baylor gives us to think about
honor seemed more than filling. Its beauty lies In Its simplicity discrimination, and better schools. You can't separate crime ,when it comes to knowing what can be done about a clerk
Not garishly decorated with ornamental design, but from the social environment that creates it. writing "Black on a court document when one doesn't
fine grained wood of rare quality and simple design. Repressive laws and panickly attacks on civil liberties can wish to have the word "colored" written..Just Do Your
That was Bill BaggS. only reinforce the despair and the anger that lead people into Thing in an intelligent and courageous way-without "fuss,"
May his tribe increase. anti-social activities, like crime. or violence"-as Baltimore's Aft Solomon Baylor_did.

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Our Readers Speak Out Victims Of Violence In The Streets

'F".1' ..,. WI -/"'., ..... -.i"'. VIOLENT DELIGHTS h4V

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Letters to the Editor

Police Accused Of Brutality ,

Citizens of the black community: EMHETT MEDGER

There's too much harrassment and police brutality going on TILL EVERS
in our black community.We as tax payers and law abiding citi-
zens are entitled to receive the same treatment as the whites. WILLIAM 4LTTLE't

Early Monday morning, approximately 1 a.m. on NW 11th MOORE GIRLS ) # J'
Avenue and 61st Street two residents of that neighborhoodwere t
struck la the rear of their cart while returning from a
friends home. The police got out of their car and asked where
was his tag. He replied that the tag'was stolen and that's whya : LIUZZO GOODMAN ;
paper duplicate was in the window. The policeman's reply

was, "you don't have to get smart." MICHAEL JAMES.

Without further delay another car was called, whereby, the SCHMRNER CHAHEY
hysterical wife telephoned her sister and brotherInlawfor

advice. After the phone call, shocked by the news, they JIMI1IE LEE REV JAMES
proceded to the scene of the accident.
Upon arrival of the in-laws there was about four police cars, t JACKSON PEEVE
all white, at the scene. The police were giving an intoxicationtest
to the husband. The husband was ordered to get in the Y PRESIDENT OR.I MARTINa

police car withou t proof of whether he was intoxicated or not. JMENNEDY LUTHER KING
He replied, "what is the charge?" They gave no answer. The
wife and the in-laws also asked what the charge was. They SEN.ROBERT KENNEDY "

too received no answer.. The wife insisted that she be taken
with her husband.

Within that time two policeman, one with each: arm, pro-
ceded to "drag" her,across and shoved her into another car .-
and closed the door in her face,.thereby causing damage to LENCE
her eye. OF
r The in-laws Insisted that she not be treated in that manner. ,)
policemen grabbed the brother-In-law and pushed him
against another car while one proceded to slap his wife.
l"Four: In anger and in order to protect himself and his wife he .
began fighting. He was held down by five or more policemenand
was sprayed in the face, and struck in the head with some e ; RANDOM THOUGHTS
type of hard object. His 98 pound wife and himself were both :

handcuffed and taken to jail without knowing why they were c'fflq 'by GLORIA MILLER
attacked violently and arrested brutally. For what reason? '"
By Booker T. \, "" .oJ
There ,were witnesses to this incident, Betty Lamay and Hayes '

James Colbert. This type of police brutality harrassment The New Left And The Draft '
,must be stopped in the black community. Where can we turn? Fate And DestinyI

What can we do? If the citizens of this community can sug- I am particularly proud to be an American. It needs to be
gest something that the black people could do to stop this sort have always been an ardent believer in the concepts of fate said and proclaimed loudly by others who feel much the same t
of harrassment between the black and whites. Please call act and destiny. have relied on these concepts often In my ef- way. Somehow, it has become more fashionable to find fault
tion sound-off. forts to rationalize some of the conditions, and situations I and berate an American privilege, by the way, without the
Mr. and Mrs. Johnnie Walden have encountered over the years. I found that many justifica-
t Mr. and Mrs. Richard Washington(in-laws) :tions can be made merely by accepting the doctrines attributed Americanism

to fate and destiny. Fate is considered one's predestinedcourse assuring condition.don't always agree with Washington.Beingthe
of life.The generalbelief Is that each occurance having mother of a young son, I suffer many times with the
f I PHIL OSSOFER I If bearing on an individuals life is necessary to create a course thoughts of his having to fight,eventually,in wars that are yet
that is already predestined. Destiny is considered to be that
to come, or In wars that might still be with us when he comesof
the and which is irrevocable. We offer no valid argument against des- age. If any comfort of mind is to be had at all, it Is that
Reaching moon the of man
only goal worthy
tiny because it can only be applied after an occurance. We other mothers before me have suffered the same uncomfortable -
walking on it is an accomplish- who is made in the image of
situation to
until have
never make mention of,destiny we a doubts about their
ment of a very high order. God and is just a little lower sons.
l which It can be applied The only time we can be certain that
, ,Now still, we must goals.reach out for than the angels. such a course was an individuals destiny is when we are able What all this leads up to is a recent explanation I heard of
This higher goal can and
to witness the conclusion. the New Left a responsible member of a University staff.
One does not need telescope by
a must be reached by each one of
When I see Richard Nixon, our president, I can only feel I find my mind boggling-under from one of the concepts of the
to find these
higher us individually. During the that it was predestined to be our leader. I justify this feelingby in
who suggort the New Left theory, particular -
face' to face young
goals we are moon shot the entire world, that made
examining all the obstacles and circumstances
draft to the explanation
about the draft.The according
with them. In fact, we are having except for three people, were the theory ,
his When do this I that
presidency possible. I get a picture I heard, takes away the civil rights of the registrant.He .
will to have
and continue
earthbound spectators. makes one wonder why I ever doubled that he would be presi- Is not allowed to decide whether he agrees that this war Is
confrontations with them until
so with this "HeavenShot"into dent. I sensation created the mentionof
remember the mere
of wants to In. For whatever the reasons
the kind war he fight ,
accomplished.A of brotherhood.Each
are orbit
they the .
his name as a possible running mate for the late President
social the New Left
whether they be moral, economic or ,
man bending down to helpa one of us must envelophis
Eisenhower. I remember his television In defenseof
appearance decide for himself
should be able to
feels that the registrant
deprived child is reachingout heart in a spiritual ce-
his nomination for the vice-presidency. I remember the
whether the goals and issues of the war suits his particular
higher than the moon. suit enter the capsule of divine -
effort r
persuasion needed to bring about a concerted republican -
this of the New Left theorywas
fancy. In explanation, portion
Reaching the moon does not unity and blast off for
I his of the
remember defeat in 1960 when a majority and had the added advantage of
glossed over lightly
very ,
seem so great when one rea- heights never before attained.
American people showed preference for the late presidentJohn
.a But Iheard and it
to the statement. _
no microphone magnify
lizes that reaching the heartof This is the test of our beliefin F. Kennedy. I view the assassination of Senator Robert jdisturbs lntHhtraghttercirtO other wars Ij of the
er y
a person of a different cul- God and His teachings.
Kennedy as removal of g-JastTenutoliig- bsUclethatMoT'blockecTthe :
terrible times and days;when long lists of dead and wounded
ture, of a different economic,___jesuscalled-thls-goal-the-- inevitable decisions that would make him presi-
families crushedand
in and when were
were published every ,
level, or.a different color or Kingdom of Heaven on earth.
heartbroken the loss of their loved ones. And I
dent.When over ,
creed, is actually reaching beyond The fuel which will enable our I see situations such as this, and realize that at the knew who didn't want to
of the I really
thoughttoo, many boys
all physical goals' it Is capsule of divine unity to reach outset even the thought of such an ending,if at all conceivable, the
with the war was
to r
war were displeased way
reaching Heaven Itself, and this goal is brotherly love,and would
bring odds of a million to one, it strengthens my beliefin able to shout our
going, and who didn't want to die. We were
Heaven is beyond the entire we didn't even have to leave fate
destiny; The most quoted people in the,country had displeasure without fear of reprisal,because strange as It may
physical universe. this earth to soar to our destination ceased to
even consider.Mr.Nixon as a dark horse. It had been
seem to the youth of today, youth of any age are
Recognizing this truth one We only have to leave
i openly stated that his political climb had ended and he would
with of not
the follies of their parents,but never a thought
wonder why we do not con- behind our prejudices and
may |gradually slip into oblivion. This variety of incidents from
centrate our efforts on this selfishness, the excess bag- heavenly goal the brother- gage which thus far has pre- |Ms presidency Is the result of a devine decree. Fate dictatedthe
'hood of all mankind. This is Tented our blast-off. i course he would take, and destiny produced conditions Imagine, if you can what would have happened if say In the
favorable to him that were truly irrevocable.SUBSCRIPTION American Revolution, the young men decided that this was
not "their kind of war" and so on down through our history.
Training Jobs Open Now ------------------------- I Instead of playing "pick the war of your choice", perhaps II
I I I might suggest to the supporters of the New Left that they Instead -
(1) A NW area employer has a job opening for an Ad- I ORDERMiami '
( groom and educate themselves to run for public office
hesive Mixing Machine Operator Trainee. The starting I Times I and in the structured way of politics, try to Inject their Ideas
salary will be $2.00 an hour for an 8 a.m. to 4:30
I and the
Into has
The right
I 6530 NW 15th Avenue our government. public me you -
shift, Monday Friday. Ito, also choose. If the theory of the New Left were to be pre- ,
((2) We have an opening for a drapery hanger. Experi I Miami, Florida 33147 I II: sented to the public In the form of elected officials who pro-

ence Is not necessary. The starting salary will be $2.00 I posed to fight for this theory, and they won an election, I
an hour. The working hours are 8 a.m. to 5 p.m., five 1I I Enclosed please find the sum of.$5.00 ]would have to abi e by the public's wish.That is the American

days a week. to cover .the cost of a one year subscriptionto (iway. The New Left way theory only, and with no clear blueprint -
((3)) A NE employer has an opening fora hand packager. of how to turn theory into practical ways of Implementation .
Experience is not necessary. The starting salary will be I I' to the Miami Times.. other than 'soapboxing' whenever they can find an ap-
$1.75 an hour and you would work from 7 a.m. to 3:30.. ''proprlate audience leaves much to be desired.

p.m. Monday Friday Moll Pope To ,

Apply for all these jobs at the Industrial Office, Florida I I Add..., I I I "The youth of today have so many great and innovative Ideas,
State EmploymentService NW 12th Avenue,Room t I;they are so energetic and imaginative, I hope they will not be
280. Employement Service offices are open from 8 a.m. to I I City? **",._ Zip Cod...,.... I II swayed|i' into believing this particular theory has (merit and is

5 p.m. Monday through Friday. L__ mn_in___mmim mi_mm mm__immura- __ ,ij I!,worthy of their attention.THE .


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A- THE. ..- .MIAMI.... ..... TIMES,. Friday.. August 15,1969JBY -

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Miami Times Society Editor r

Visiting from Stuart Florida are Gloria Jean Davis and i rl44 -
J Jr
Ella Marie Davis. Gloria is the houseguest of Sharee Qean and j
Ella is funning it up with her sister, Bereatha Davis. 4 '\r
Vacation Time A vacation, whether taken at home or in 'J

some faraway place, is an opportunity for renewal and refresh dI I 4 1.1T
ment. It is a good time to lift our thinking from the daily regular d'J )
duties, a time to shake off any limitations we have placed ; rest
upon ourselves and our world. 4 f : 't recc

Vacation time is also an opportunity to do some special ,; a 'k t d Qla { with
things. This is the time to do some of the things we haven't ,! L 0a r' set
had time for in our regular routine.'Take advantage of your [ { b' schc
time to enjoy new things, new persons,and happy and rich ex- a A $ whi(

periences.If pupi)
one needs to overcome negative moods, vacation time is s$c wst I com

a good time to do this. We can decide to be an improved per- tour

son by the time our vacation is over. This attitude of self- y. f fr I'' Pit
improvement will be felt not only In our good health and happiness :. 'I I strr
but in our relation with. others. that
May Rowland wor

Lavora Jean (Murray) Holiday, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. hau

Willis Murray has Joined her husband, Charles, in Honolulu. yea
Among those enjoying the Musolites' Western Tour were -- way

Geneva Henry, Thelma Aranha, Emerald Roberson, Victoria UllJlt wood
Simpson, Clarinda Sargent Loraine Miller, Thelma Byrd, MISS BLACK AMERICA CONTESTANT N

Katie Butler, West Palm Beach; Wilbur and Irene Ellison, Miss Ellen Brown,daughterf headdress was a crown of Lovely Lynda Lockman, a reservations clerk and
Eddie Mae Wilson Andrea Mack Inez Foster and from which a full length had
daughter, and peals '
Mr. Mrs. Rudolph for Delta Airlines will Mays"Dresses in
Rhondrea, a friend, Gia Rankin, Alma p..Johnson and son, 3rown, became the bride of v e 11 was attached. The outfit represent (as
Richard, Ethrian Brown, Georgia McMahon, Lillle Doles, I Mr. Willie Haywood was completed with white I the: Miss Black America contest Saturday night. at to i
James ,,,,
Zelma Johnson, Lula M. Baker and Leoml Pike. 'son of Mrs. Cleola Haywood, gloves and shoes. She carried ja j Miami Beach Convention Hall. ovebin
Jetting to Nassau for a much needed rest ,was Mrs. Irene 1 in solemn rites at the New nosegay of white orchids and '
Johnson who will be the houseguest of her sister. white carnations.Mrs. and
After at and I Macedonia Baptist Church, Whte sister of * * * * * .* .* .
a summer FAMU, Mr. Mrs. Tyrance ,West Hollywood Fla. 19. Nina r ,. Soo
of Washington, D. C. motored to Miami to board ship for a The[ church was decorated, with the bride served as matron of HI! I'm Harriett Stiles a social work.r In So. Pod. ,. bin

cruise to Nassau and Freeport.Their neighbors, Mr.and Mrs. ,white gladiolas and at the center honor. Debra Haywood, sisterof -w Wanna be a groovy queen, tha
the stealer of ?'
Bert Jackson could not get berth on the same boat but they plana the groom served as brides -tc ANY scene ,. ,
an oval shaped arch of B. a'mod.1 any day I
gala time in Nassau. mite Jasmins. The ceremonyvas maid. Best man. Bobby Hay- -tc and earn high HIGH pay. ," ,f
Mr. and Mrs. Maxie Miller and daughter Monise recently wood, brother of the groom. ,.
performed by Rev. B.Mack. (I got $75 for this ten minute tom ;: Br:
returned from a 7-day to Jamaica aboard the M. S. Starward. Ushers were perry Underhill, preientation at the hllton. r ,. an
bride in
I The
Joining the Millers were Mrs. Queen B.Williams of Jackson was given and Dennis Mack. The ring Plaza for Faberge, where I was Na
ville, Marguerite's mother and Mrs.Bernice Simpson, Pen- narriage by her father. bearer, Jonathan Sawyer, and Grant.later a) special guest with Gary re:
The bride was beautiful In a ,.
sacola. the flower girl Sheila Sawyer. -Ie I'm a JT'
own: of white lace over taffeta. iurab:
i Here to visit her aunt, Mrs. Ozie Thornton and her cousin, The[ scalloped neckline was After a tour of Florida the LOUISE "RILEY FINISHING : !

Lucia Harris is Doris Pulllns of Columbus, Ga. accented by a rinestone necklace groom will return to the United I & MODELING ACADEMY vh'Co

The Institute of Cosmetologist of the National Beauty Cul- ] an heirloom from her States Air Force and they will 35 NE 17th St., Miami, Suite 233 Ph: 37 .35el *
turist League of Cosmetic Art convened in Philadelphia, Pa., I maternal grandmother. The live in East Orange, New Jer * * * * * * '" In
This year marked its Golden Anniversary held at the Benjamin sey.
Franklin Hotel, headquarters for all activities. Three -- :

Miamians received special awards: Emma (Beautyrama) the
Summersett, who received a trophy for her outstanding workin thr'
hair styling and hair cutting;Sybil(Sybil's House of Beauty)
Johnson, a trophy for charm and social graces; Montez Lewis,
for outstanding work in hair styling. Four of the ladies took
time out of their shops to go to the national institute and acquire
the knowledge for the new trends in cosmetic art and

thus earned B.S. degrees, Bertha Sneed, Azalee Hunt, Doris
Hayes, and Ellen Bentley. Sybil, Emma, and Montez were
awarded M.S. degrees. Others who attended the institute were

Willie Mae Saunders, Nassau; Mr. D. A. Julius and Dorothy
McCray. Congratulations!

Elisha Hepburn and daughter, Karen motored Tallahasseeon rrLA
Friday to accompany Bonnie home after FAMU's summer tl,
session. The Hepburns toured Florida before returning to

i Lula Kaigler celebrated her birthday with a host of friends 1 r ,
from Miami, Nassau and Brooklyn on Saturday at 570 NW -
67th Street.

Merline Moore, Brooklyn is the houseguest of Lula and she Values To $16.99
is really enjoying her first visit to the Everglade State.
It's a,boy for Shedrick and Wilma Gilbert.Shedrick Edward f
weighed at 8 lbs 5 oz at Mt. Sinai Hospital. Mrs. Edward _
Wake is the proud grandmother. _
Rebecca Johnson, Gwendolyn Wilson and Jennie Benebyare _
still talking about their holiday in Nassau. '
Here for a visit with his father and stepmother, Mr. and _
Mrs. Ernest (Kathleen) Sears are Dr. Bertram Sears and his & : Ji :

lovely wife, Frances and their three children Sheryl, Sharon
and Bert Jr.of Oklahoma City.The Sears took time out to visit
Nassau before departing for home. -----J

Mrs. Charles (Edna ) Culmer is vacationing in Manhattan
with pr enn an i mghter-in-law,-HoUyand: Ruby MCKehi e.
While Mrs. Henrietta Carey will visit her brother.
The Mose (Arle Mae) Clemons motored to Macon, Ga. to r
,. ,
j attend ,the funeral of his brother, Henry. But they did have ,
time to enjoy the company of their son, Mose Jr. who had returned r4; $ .
home after a year in Thailand. #
Headed for a Miami visit August 13-16 is pretty 19-year- 1

old Sandra Williams of Philadelphia Miss Black America of J .', *t-, SIZES 5 TO 15
i 1968. Sandra will crown the grl chosen Miss Black Americaof yw
Florida August 16 at Miami Beach Auditorium.
Added vacationeers to Nassau are Loraine Sallens and sons,
Maura and Gloria Lockhart who are the guests of Morris

Robert Chester and his wife motored down from Rockville

Center on Long Island In New York to visit friends and familyin Hurry In For Best Selection
Tallahassee, Jacksonville, West Palm Beach and Miami. .
Chuck Cofield, president of the"Fats"Domino New Or leans
Style Restaurants, is in the city looking over site locations for
the popular fast food chain. 1 VI- Sale Starts Friday 9:30 a.m.
Lillian Monroe Roberts and daughter Martha and grandson

Mark, from New York are the\house guests of Willie Mae

Mrs. Cynthia Hawkins and Mrs. Hazel Matthews,were hon-
orees of a surprise stamp shower for their daughters Carla

and Jol. t
Here for the funeral of Adriana Thompson Smith were 45 V. FlagUr 585,NE 79th'St., Biscayne Shopping Plaza.
George Bowles, Asenath Cambridge, Elaine Hepburn, Mary 2800 HW 5th Avenue 1350 N. E. 163rd Strut
Jane Johnson, Tezel Butler, Atwell Pintard all of Miami and 120 M. E. lit Street 90 Miracle Mil

McKeva L.;Smith, husband of New York.

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THE MIAMI TIMES.. Friday AUGust 15. 1969 7 '(

Monday (Aug 4) when be was carted off to Parkway, General of Floridians Covered ':
for bedded confinement. You may card him there. There's Majority ,
a hush-hush welding tohlt the social calendar boards that is 'I

about two weeks cold. The secret merger I is destined to be a By Minimum Wane Law i
headliner when revealed and should prove an eye-brow raiser ,
to those not In on the sealing. ATLANTA Some 1,109- agricultural labor in any t
000 nonsupervlsory employees calendar quarter in the pre-
STUFF AND SUCH: Transfiguration of Opa-locka wound up "
in both the public and pri- ceding year.
its Patronal Feast Week with a Baker's Haulover outing for ,
vate sectors of Florida are
parishioners and friends. It was an all-out affair and the re- ,
also said welcomes
now covered by the Fair Labor He WHPC -
sponse was tremendous. Adults with their kiddies,in all sizes, from
'r- Standards ActFLSA) according inquiries employers -
shapes and personalities whooped it for several hilarious ,
BY STANLEY "SWEETS" SWEETING to the regional direc- managers and directors
hours, and not before the sun had folded its tent in the tar west, of the '\
about the
tor of the and Hour and
UNE-OrTYPE: did the last segment of frolickers finally folded their tents Public Contracts Wage Divisions FLSA. Huettner related that
and slowly but silently and reluctantly stole away. Games of all answered as \
THE LITTLE RED BOOK: Dade County School Board fast every description, foods of every variety, conversations of U. S. Department of Labor. completely as possible and \ '

reshuffling its student assignment program. The Board has every calibre kept hundreds of black and tan picnlcers in a Henry A. Huettner related anonymous inquiries are
recently taken.certain interim steps toward full compliance gay and festive mood.Visiting priests included Fr Kenneth Ma- that there are 339,000 private treated as forth-rightly a
with the school desegregation guidelines as jor of incarnation and Fr Nelson Pinder of Orlando. Two of the employees in Florida not sub identified ones.
set forth by HEW. Towards this end, many more celebrated celebrants were Julie Clarke whose birthday ject to any kind of minimum ./
school attendance zones have been altered (Aug 10) came on the day of the outing, and Dwight Duncombe wage.
which necessitates the reassignment of some whose 14th birtholiday(Aug 11)would arrive the following day.
pupils Jamaica fast-becomingforemost "Of employees subject to 'I
competition as an isle resort for Nassau's SWEETS' TREATS: (Things I Never Knew- Until I Returned the Act, most are covered by \ ,
tourist trade from the states And the From A Month's Vacation) That the Jack(Ruth) Jacksons Jr the $1.60 per hour minimum
Pindling regime had better hurry and and 3 kiddies had come down from Baltimore to bury Jack wage provision," he said. 4
straighten out the'courtesy to tourists' kinks Jackson Sr, who had passed June 30, only to experience a "Many employees of schools,
that are so prevalent among theblacknative double tragedy when the deceased's son Jack Jr died a little hospitals, nursing homes, ,)
workers. Their manners need plenty of over- f, over a week later (July 3))while still in Miami at the age of 39 large farms and laundries
hauling which is far below par in sharp contrast to former That Joycelyn Burroughs-Knowles would spend the have a $1.30 per hour mini-
f years. If Cuba ever decides to open up its doors and gateways summer months with son Dr Roland Burroughs up in New mum. On February 1, 1970,
I. to American tourists -- watch out Bahamian economy! Jersey But that beauteous Erna All would temporarily the minimum wage will reach
forsake New Jersey to spend pleasurable moments here In $1.45 an hour and$1.60 on Feb.
NOTES ON A NAPKIN: That well-known male-black healer her hometown while guesting at a plush Miami Beach hosiery. 1, 1971, for all employees sub- t e t '. O\\'b1pM \

and soothsayer who operates out of Liberty City apparentlyhad ject to the law except the$1.30an -- :a". -\- 1i..-- -'-- .
been enjoying a lucrative biz in his self-styled profession MORE THINGS, 1 NEVER KNEW, ETC: That Little Leaguer hour minimum will continue ; I
(as he foretold the future for clients)but his crystal ball failed Vincent Duncombe had fractured his left wrist and hand while apply for those on large Miss Phyllis Bonner of MI- \
to reveal to him that a late-model Pontiac would run him doing his summer calisthenics at North Dade Jr Hi, and was farms." ami has been hired as a stew-
over at the intersection of NW 17th Ave and 66th St, sendinghim rushed to Jackson Memorial to have them set and carted ardess by Allegheny Airlinesand
to Jackson Memorial via Eastern ambulance with cuts That the Mack (Yvonne Burney) Weems' had returned to Major groups not protectedby Is presently based in Pennsylvania -
the law include small retail
i and bruises about the head and body. Then, who knows, Mr Springfield, Ohio after a month's vacation here That .,
" Soothsayer might Just have more on the ball than I'm giving TIMES Justowriter operator Essie Briggs had ailed but later establishments with an annual She recently graduated from
him credit for -. what with liability insurance and stuff like recovered from a bedded illness. That James Kirnes had gross volume of business of the Airline Training Division
that going around. attended Phi Beta Sigma's National conclave In Baltimore, less than $250,000, domestic of Atlantic School in Kansas
Md. That Maude Newbold and sister Shirley Funches with servants and employees of City, Mo., where she studiedon

,SALT WATER TAFFY: I should have told you that Rose .son Dwayne had returned via Bahama Airways from a week's small farms "that require the Diversified Airline
Bradshaw's 4th wedding anniversary arrived since July 3, Nassau vacation holiday. less than 500 man-days of Training program.

and that her hubby Willie had feted her with an Ocean hop to
Nassau to celebrate Leola Griffin has cancelled plane THAT M. EVELYN BOGGS-SMITH had latched onto a late fect buy' just across the street from their niece Laura and
reservations to the Bahamas via Eastern to substitute a lux- model gold-colored Buick Wildcat. That Thelma Melton- Willie Graham In the area of Gladeview That Buster
.' ury cruise via the New Bahama Star.And so crowded are both North continues to be ill after about 8 weeks' confinement, anda Collie had injured his left leg with a quirk misstep while
: airways and seaways with tourist trade that an Atlantic hop recent emergency transfer saw her wheeled from James alighting from a sidewalk. He now ankles around in a cast. .
via crulseshlp won't be available for two weeks hence. Archer hosp in Homestead to Jackson Memorial in Miami. That Judy Goldstein-Walter and hubby Willie had brought their ,
Cosmetologist-hair stylist Martha Lamar had been penciled That Charles Taylor's elongated son Cecil entered Army campin 5-month-old baby son down from CbicagoforpermanentresiI I
In for Aug 1 and a few vacation Nassauvlanights. upstate Georgia That Nassau's favorite stay-up-late dence .We goofed reporting that the late Adriana Thompson I
nitery for the visiting American is Pino's nearthewaterfront Smith and McKeva Smith of New York were divorced ..

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third heart seizure so far this '69, The first came last Feb 2, nightly That New York cliff-dwellers the John (Susie) paper who knows everybody and everybody's racket, but who ,
the second struck last April 17 and his third floored him last Martins are now Miami homeowners, having landed a 'per- is allways giving. some poor sucker a break!
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That's the shocking expose
revealed in the August Issueof
Sepia magazine. Tipped off
by a worker in an Urban Lea-
gue "Open City" office. Sepia I GET WITH : : _
sent a white investigator to DON'T WAIT-DO !
Cosby's four Brooklyn build- My Once A Year "5:30'c: ';
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He found some. When
the black Sepia investigator ',t
showed up shortly afterwards, WALU5' ," tt
however, she was told there 4) 1 PRODUCTION O
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Housing discrimination Is $ complete and uncut I Am Curious(Yellow/ )is 1
an old story. How many apart to permanently shatter many ol our list ra.
ments have you gone after(that Extra ,"says William\tfolf\ of Cue Magazine ,
were Just rented? But findinga t w For School : presented by Grove Press stars Lena Nyman
top black TV personality 100% human hair RESTRICTED TO ADULTS. ;!
,.;' The strangest trio WIGS
outspoken ( :1
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fearless,on*-eyed U,S.marshal FALLS f"\\
who owns Jim Crow Box OfficeOpens
whb never knew a dry day In hillif. Closed FLAMINGO I
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buildings -- a much.
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white racism, and then ignorea who didn't core what they wereor
who they were 01 long 01
bunch of white-racist build-
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Sepia's I expose of BillCosby's .I\UE;
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didn't develop quickly. Al- "e-rr
ready in 1968 the tip-off came, oooOpens
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Cosby advising him of what -
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Here's Auto I rA

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Dade County vehicles requiring l1tJ
inspection during Au- J BY DAVE BONDUlC"7A18t
gust will be switching form ,I1p1lAt

PHIL HARRIS NASSAU CLYDE FRANK WILLIAMS the semi-annual program to .,..., I _____) ,.. IRC-....-.., .-'7 t@. \
an annual schedule as enactedby

1 Iis. the 1969 Florida Legislature The name Harry Botwick is most likely a name you have \
never heard before. Last week Harry Botwick died, and as
., \ Automobile with windshield far as this column is concerned we have lost a good friendI
decals ending In an odd met Harry last year at a meeting set up by City ManagerM.L.
number should be reinspectedin Reese and our City Commissioners and it was at that
October, while those withan meeting that Harry and Garth Reeves took over the Co-
even number can be inspected chairmanship of the Stars Over Miami Program. Manag-
during November., ing all of the District Florida State Theaters and being involved -
according to a plan by County in other civic activities, he still found the time to get \ I

Manager Porter W. Homer. into the parts with Butterball, Nickie Lee,China Valles, Billy "
"To implement this plan, Rolle, Richard Strachean and their group of musicians, May me 'r;
no delinquency citations will, and your truly (to name a few) and see that these children ;
be issued against the August of Dade County had some outlet for the summer. He secured ,i ito t

stickers until Dec. 1," noted help of AGVA, Musicians Union, Electrical Union, Motion
John S. Greene, senior ad- Picture Union to help with the programs and to donate their
ministrative assistant to time and men. The MiamiStadium affair was a hughe success
Homer. with 9,000 people present for the big show Oh, how he workedso
"In addition, drivers are that the black fold could enjoy themselves.
reminded that the middle As I said in the beginning, most of you may i never have
weeks of each month generallyhave ,heard the name or know about the things he did for the peopleof
the shortest lines at the Coconut Grove,Central District,Brownsville Liberty City I
inspection stations," Greene areas, so I thought you should know so you won't forget. \,
added. Maybe the City Commission can get together and name a
Decal expires: August, odd street after him (or something). I am sure that those of us
.aL "I':, number; October, even who know him,will never for get him, and we have all lost a
-. ..,. __ V7.i. ..- -b.OIIIII"\.' number; November. good friend.

Nassau Clyde i fallens: will present his always popular "Night In Nassau", Decal expires September, Pretty girl of the Week Yolanda' Edwards

Sunday, Aug. 24th at the I Island I Club.I Enjoy the sounds of three bands: odd number; December, even Pretty boy of the Week: Harold Davis

Bruce Beneby and his Miami Junkanooes, Frank Williams andhisRocketeers, number Decal; January.expires October VIP of the Week: A. Randell Tigett
Cornbread and his Afro Band, plus Phil Harris and his big show. odd number February, even Mother of the Week: Ann CampbellI
want you to dig this announcement which was placed in
A $25 cash prize will be awarded for the best costume. Cook at home number: March.
]Decal expires: November most of the agencies that come into contact with black people:
and Bahamian baskets with Admission Advance $2.50at "Wanted Housing Inspector $552.00-Closing date
bring your you. : 'odd number; April, even number : I-Salary :
door $3.00.. Call the Island Club, 374-1550 and make your reservations. ; May. until further notice: Open Competitive. Qualifications: 21-55;
Sex: Male; Education: Graduation from an accreditied high
school. (That's O.K.) Experience: Four years of full time
paid experience in building inspection, construction supervision -
I "Shop Early Vietnam-1969" Project UnderwaySanta's ( more) or similar work in public health and sani-

tary code enforcement. (Bull you knowwhat). Non-residents tin
are eligible to apply for this examination. Physical presence
Santa's helpers aren't all Volunteers and staff mem- ing such items as packs of nam," commented Robert L. the State of Florida is required.. Florida residents may be
keeping cool at the North pole bers at the Dade County Chap writing paper, plastic soap Searle, Sr.,chapter chairman granted employment preference. The written Examinationwill
' this summer. Many of them ter, 5020 Biscayne Blvd., are cases, small pen knives, poc- "Morale is one of the greatest evaluate general abilities and knowledge of the building j{
\ t';" are busy in Miami working Joining with 1,600 other com- ket calendars, small address weapons our fighting men have trades and 'code; and Effective public relation procedures.' '1
. l' the "Shop Early ,Vietnam-. munities'throughout the coun- books, and small plastic bags, but Christmas is usually the O.K. you black boys, apply for this jobthen watch, them tell :,
1969" project for the American try In preparing Christmas will be their' only Christmas loneliest time of their stay in you you don't qualify. Why don't you qualify? Because you
: Red Cross. .. gifts for each serviceman and gifts The Dade County chapteris Vietnam. One way we can ex- were not paid four years in full in the field of building in-
-woman in South Vietnam and appealing to the commun- press our concern is by taking specotr or worked in public health and sanitary code en-

CO TO CHURCH in military hospitals throughout ity service organizations, religious parkin the Red Cross Christmas forcement BECAUSE they wouldn't even think of giving you
I the world. For many of the groups,business firms gift program.' the job before now..and really still ain't...
: SUNDAY: servicemen the brightly and individuals in Greater Miami Sure you might have worked in construction, but not as a
colored bags",contaln- to help In collecting the Residents of Miami who supervisor even if you could have handled the job, it was too
items needed to fill the draw wish to donate any of the good for you..and they very sledom let you get above a laborerin
[Requirements for the string bags made by local vol- small gifts needed for the ditty that field. How many black boys know about Building Trades
unteers. bags are asked to take themto and Codes and Public Relations? When they hire the men
exploration of space demandthe the red cross chapter head- needed for this announcement, 10 out of 10 won't be black, and
very best. I refuse to "The Red Cross shop early quarters on Biscayne Boule- if you do apply your're not going to get the job because first

compromise. there's never project is Just one way that vard. Also, anyone wishing to your're black, and secondly, your're not qualified. SO, WHO'S
room for mediocrity}? Dade County people can show volunteer a few hours of their KIDDING WHO???? But you can't say it wasn't offered to you.
they care about young men and time to work on this projectwill HA HA

I'll/ never accept a women serving in South Viet- be welcomed. Quick Note Department: Metro Safety Department Dective, I

mediocre martini. I I-refuse Attention all wives, sisters and mothers Disabled American Sgt. George Coutts, paid a visit to the Concentrated Employ- I
ORUOn ment Porgram Operation Mainstream and gave a talk, on I
Veterans Sgt. Daniel W. Mulliens #39 Auxiliary needs
to compromise on quality. "what you should do if you feel you have been mistreated I
'Gordon's Gin makes the martini p you. Won't you come to our regular meeting on Thursday by a policeman." He told them who to call and what to say.
757 NW 66th Street. 7:30 Re-
(tonight) at Primary C, p.m.
The conference lasted avout hour and half and the
an a
that meets all requirementsfor irr
10Nc M member National DAVA meets at Miami Beach August24-30. f
the best." /: Mainstreamers enjoued every minute of it. Sgt. Coutts is
very a very'nice, gut and they appreciated his concern with their

a T.MACKSY SI, It Senior Tool engineer Retail merchandking representativehookingaheail\ welfare..WGBS staff did a beautiful job the night of the
and Manufacturing Technology Utilization black-out. It was a little refreshing to sit and listen to the
Administrator with i leading aerospace Cordons Gin created in
firm in. California Mr Mackey has been London, England in 1769. ? jadlo at that-ttme-of-the-fligfat-even< miss-Mod
s t e ggest se er to Squad and Julia. Oh well as one caller sald.lt really helpedus
programs for over 26 years England America and the world ,
Look in on Mattel. to appreciate electricity and the other facilities that helpto
make our lives so convenient. That is it for this week. Till
This is a unique growth opportunity for personable young men the next one, live life, every golden minute of it. PEACE!
or women with their eye on a sales or marketing management
career. No cold calls-you'll be servicing established ac- .
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marketing techniques-working with the top toy lines and dynamic STANLEY DRUGS
TV and print advertising campaigns you're in the
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HappeningBy JACKSONHighlights

Garth C. Reeves, Jr.

PITY FOR THE FOOL" St. Paul A.M.E. Goodwill Male Chorus will present a
popularity contest at the church August 17th at 4 p.m.
There are a few hundred young men and women who are
presently roaming the streets (that Is If they can still walk)
of Miami who probably feel that they have nothing to live for. IN OUR COMMUNITY:
Visiting here in the area with her cousins, Rev. & Mrs.
Up until almost two weeks ago their attitudes were different.
Is Helen of Chatanogga, Tenn.
T.E. Wright Mrs. Hayes
They felt they did have something for which to live. Whether 5"
this something was in the form of methadone or pills, it all .4'. dM 4fy' Mrs Hayes I hope that your visit here will be a pleasant
meant hope for another chance to lead a normal life. r
who HI one.Happy belated Birthday wishes to: Sandra Maywell and
Hope has been shattered for the few hundred patients
I attended Dr. Ben Sheppard's methadone clinic. Relentlessly, Renee Jackson.
they have been turned Into the streets toface the bitter worldof The Coconut Grove community extends its deepest sympathy -
heroin and other hard narcotics from which they once had to the Wilcox family, who lost a beloved member of
relief.It their family on last Saturday.

Is unfortunate that the necessary funds were not availablefor
such a worthy cause. It Is also heartbreaking to think On Friday afternoon, August 1, at the home of Mrs. Barbara
about all of the patients who were really hard up and how they Flowers, was a party given by the "Council of International
had progressed to the point where the methadone would do exactly Visitors" organized by Mrs. Freddie Young.
what the hard drugs would do with the exception of the individual high. But now,regardless of what the methadonehad I r living in the Miami area, who extends hospitality to persons
done as far as helping their problems, they are probably visiting here from different countries. Persons visiting here
back In the streets looking for the hard stuff. Naturally, ti are not always entertained party-wise. But they are also
anyway these addicts could come by the money to get the .. taken on tours of the Greater Miami area. Persons visiting
necessary dope they; would probably do It. Soul here this time were from the "Congo" and from "Morocco"
I pity the addict who is out there In the streets strugglingfor Satu 01 tk Wed counties In Africa. The Council of International Visitorsis
dear life all because of that first Joint. I pity Miami for one of the most successful organizations In the Miami
not being able to In some way come up with funds to keep the area. Persons attending this affair were: Atty. Leo Adderly,
methadone clinic open. We can only pray that In a mad effortto Peering at you with all she has Is lovely Di'Ann Miami Herald News reporter, Nancy Beth Jackson, Mrs.
get money, no one Is killed or seriously injured Bowen the daughter of Mrs. Jean Humphrey. "Dee", Gloria Robinson, Mr. & Mrs. Theodore Gibson, Mrs. Gloria
* * * as she Is called by her friends will be attending Morris Hamilton, and Mrs. Doretha Rooks.
AT THE PARTY SCENE Brown:, In the fall. Although the Dolphins lost their first game, they really
Sweet sixteen rolls around for every young lady and last enjoyed themselves Friday rite before the game. Joe Taylorof
Tuesday night It was celebrated by Lucia Gail Davis. the Chicago Bears was entertained by Victor Wilson and
The party girl who was clad In a lime green silk mini --=-, Ernest Hart-a party was given In Joe's honor. .A former
dress, celebrated the occasion with some 100 friends at the resident of Coconut Grove, and a graduate of Carver High!
dressy event which was held at the YWCA. Advisory Council' Welcome home from school! William Bell, and Issac i
The party, which lasted until mid-night was thrown by Fullard, both attend Norfolk State College, In Norfolk,Virginia I
Lucia's mother Mrs. Carrie Meek. On Youth Affairs FormedDade Isaac plays quarterback for Norfolk State.
It was one of those type parties that would be classed a i

dynamite set. Pretty girls galore, food to spare and some County Mayor Chuck Dade County, the Mayor ex OPERATION PHASEOUT I
out of sight sounds that wouldn't hold back. Hall has announced forma plalned. All high schools will It's really time that persons in the Coconut Grove and I
The music was'supplied by the popular Mod-Mod Band of tion of the Mayor's Advisory be,represented In a high school Goulds area do something about the phasing out of our:: schools. '.
McArthur High School. Punch was served along with assortedhor Council on Youth Affairs aim' division by the presidents of I recall the year of 1966, they phased out Carver High School
d'oeuvres. ed at keeping the lines of com their student bodies."Admittedly because it was not equipped with the right materials, but I
Among Lucia's friends helping her celebrate were munications open between students youth of today yet In still the school board didn't try to furnish It with the \
Betty Wright, Lovette Johnson. Rhonda Wilcox, and elected officials. have certain opinions that vary right materials so It could be equipped with the materials It
Angelica Baines, Cheryl King and Hmk-Squire. There will be two divisionsof with the positions of persons needed. Now it Is a Junior high school and nothing still
+ * * * the Council established as In authority," Mayor Hall hasn't been done. When Carver was phased out all black youths
THIS WEEKEND: soon as schools go back intosession said. "However, I am confident that were going on to the 10 through 12th grades were sent to
{ Thee Image has got a good thing going with the Miami Jai next month, Mayor that any differences can or transferred to Coral Gables Senior High School. That
Alai Fronton and this week to keep It going, the Pacific Gas Hall said. be settled peaceably if the year being our last year at Carver High we lost one of the most I
and Electric Company, will hold a concert on Friday night.Be One division will Include the lines of communications remain respectable coaches in the Miami area that was Mr. Nathaniel .
on hand to witness this extraordinary experience. student body presidents of all open between the two "TraZ". Powell. Mr.Powell was transferred to the Mays High
* * * colleges and universities in generations" School in which he became one of the most likeable coaches
TEMPTATION T.V. SPECIAL TOPS around the school campus. He with the help of others help
The "Temptations Show" a one-hour variety show which ed Mays football team to become state champs in the year of
was telecast Saturday, July 12, 11:30-12:30 over WCBS, 1966. Mr. Powell was with the Carver faculty some 3 years
Channel 2 New York, topped all other channels with a 34 GRAND and now they are ready to move him again, because they are
per cent share of the audience and a 10.2 rating, according to talking about phasing out Mays High. I don't blame, Mr.
the Arbitron Report. Powell for making a statement that "He doesn't want to be a
The Temptations special outscored Johnny Carson phaseout coach." For a simple reason I strongly believe
Show" on WNBC (shares 23, rating 7.0)), "The Merv Griffin that If Mays is phased out they will probably place Mr. Powell )
Show" on WNEW-TV (share 9, rating 2.7), The ABC Movie In a white school, where he would have to be under the white-
"Strategic Air Command" on WABC-TV (share 16, rating OPENING man. As you know Mr. Powell has been use to the title of
4.8), "Playboy ,After Dark" on WOR-TV (share 10, rating "Headcoach". I will like to say that this Is really a strong ,
+ 2.9) and the movie "House of Rothschild" on WPIX (share 8 matter, and I hope that persons In this area won't let it be so j
rating 2.4). strong that they will be afraid to take matters in their own
r Motown's Fabulous Temptations, the foremost male singing 3268 GRAND AVENUE COCONUT GROVE :hands. .
i group In the nation, were the 'stars of the special producedand
syndicated by Screen Gems. .
Attention to Northwestern High grads. The yearbooks have v" ANYWHERE

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I RIGHT START IS THE BEST START. EDUCATION jl Mr. and Mrs. Clyde Rolleof lan, Ala., after basic training,

: NOT EXPERIMENTATION.S I & !Ii! GCHAMPBURGER 446b NW 10th St., joined she will be trained as a clerk
49# I the U. S. Women's Corp on typist. Friends of Gail's who
3088'' NW 48 ferr. tI Aug. 6. Gail Is a recent grad wish to write to her can write

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I Coca-Cola Executive Cites Negro Media As Effective 'In Reaching Black ''I'

Chicago, ni.A crying social these opportunities are yet He pointed to black news- sage goes into this market, manner and level which makes blacks."
need and soaring adver- untapped.The papers as a source of news and it is up to them to see it feel comfortable." While He counseled that adver-
tising costs have been citedas Negro media stands of pr ogress,shopping nines that their advertising mes- the Negro market is full of tisers and advertising
the motivating force behind night in its ability to reach and an honest. discussion of sage, geared to white consu- opportunities, it also has a agencies would do well to look
the call for more ef- this market. "Black media where Americans stand mers, is either more effectiveto great many dangers, warnedMr. to either highly creative black
fective advertising to black selling--unquestionably most locally. "Advertising there black consumers or that this Wall. agencies or consultants onhowto
Americans. effective in reaching black can comfortable speak in intimate general advertising is supplemented "It is so easy to make mis- Improve their Negro media
Speaking at the AdvertisingAge target consumers..offers the terms since the reader with black media takes if the right approachand advertising and how to
Workshop here, Kelvin advertiser the opportunity to knows that others are not advertising," Mr. Wall said. language are not used, strengthen their television
Wall, vice-president-market select his copy and creative reading it," the soft drink The Coca-Cola USA execu- The safe thing for advertisersor vertising. Mr. Wall said,
development Coca-Cola approach and tailor his most executive said. tive emphasized that advertising their agencies to do is to "Unfortunately, most adver-
USA, said that there are many effective consumer appeal to "All it takes to tap this can do a complete sellingJob employ someone who knows, tisers have failed to take
opportunities in this particular the needs of this market," market is for advertisers to when "it appeals to each someone who is familiar with advantage of young, black
market and so' many of Mr. Wall said. accept the fact that their mes- segment in the language, the language and life-style of copywriters who can effectively -
-.- communicate to black ,
1tY0l.'t01." ...,.EON... aor R/OI.1R/E,R. M.RY.wNItN IDNtl/P ONLY'.(....uOf 0'M.COC.COLR. .CON...,. consumers"
: Jit' : .
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Itself, Mr. Wall said, "Ne-
.off .e
: : groes are contemporarypeople.
;' f t : It is no fun dwellingon

i JtilI the past and or young
i blacks, the future hold the pro-
mise. !
I 'r, : '.., .to ;& : The Negro market repre-
::: _> ; .,:. sents a difficult task for the
. '' advertiser for it must be ap-
:i ,
)f '. proached in ter ms of"complex -

:.cultural patterns and
\ <, .' speech habits." He said,

'I-- ; ; !p "While shaped restricted many similarities income has in
: 1 "; consumer behavior among low

Income Americans,the segregation -
1 yyc "1t of housing has caused
I ;* .
rl the black low income con-
: : A
: sumer, in America to have
;;. different communications pat-
: f
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Mr. Wall told the group that
.) ; the advertising message must

,1, .. be adapted to the life styleof
's. : the blacks and as many
'ia .i .;. have already learned that this
VRS: a requires a great deal of sen-

Uy sitivity and an unserstanding
ornd 'of the unique communicationsmodes

; h of center-city black
,ergl A mer leans.

: p "Many major companies,"
..ac11a he said, "by their advertis-
ing investmentstheirem-1
ployment of Negro special
market representatives and
Mt salesmen or by their invol-
vement in black employmentor
tndIs. x
, < .t<..,..... } community relations pro- .:}
have accepted the fact
to!, grams,
:but y' k + that the Negro market is a

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f f 0 continue her education at a

+ s New York University while
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don't ever see any parents out there helping to supervise the ,.... .. \,., > I- ....,.,','l '
kids. : ;' ',: .
The kids are there and one or two people that work for the ,, "I1 'f il", '{ ., <' ,
city. But I wonder why can't some of the mother's and father/a: ", .,
WithBUTT (
------- that are not working, that can't seem to find Jobs or some of : ",''J
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the men and women that I see sitting on the porch all day play- j! ;, /.j.
ER'y ing cards, I wonder why some of these people can't help keep / ';(.'f >4,{(,
this play ground clean of paper and cans. I wonder why some ,
MILTON ""BUTTERBALL": SMITH people instead of bringing their children and leaving them, stay
and just play with them for a short time. '

In the Span of one man's life it Is a privilege to come in con- You know as a kid I would love to play with my dad or just I, /',_"' \.!II ; :
tact with what you can call great people. People that dedicate have him around when I play if nothing more than to show him ....- .
their life to helpingotherpeopleDrMartinL. King, Mathana how good I thought I was. I have two teenage sons that would f 'H, _, ..., ___" )j, ,,: ..' ,' "' .'
Candi, Elijah Muhammad., John F. Kennedy and others that love to beat their daddy swimming and someday they will but : ...-_ .
we can't even begin to call.TpJiaveJivedSQishorta.lifeldeem. there is so much joy that I get and so much fun for them work- :: ,. ", 11 .-
I Ing for that day. What I am saying is, it gives them somethingto -
---- it a great pleasure-- look forward to in their relationship with their mother and' Social 'Security Personality JI
: have met some of these people. To have talked at great length father. And this is one of the things we need so badly to this! the ,l
I to people like Dr. King whose entire existence was to help his day and age. Good relationship between the young and old. Week
I people. Once when he was in Miami after having one of my Earnest Holland shown at the Model City Social Security
I "down home dinners" we were talking and I asked him if he How can we ever hope that the high school and college kids j tier desk in the Miami Model Office. Her office is located
were not afraid that some radical or nut would try to harm will stop rioting on the campus's when we as adults don't take (City Social Security Office 5225 NW 12th Avenue in the
him. His answer to me was "Bro.Butter,I walk with God and enough time with the young ones. Isurehope we won't let that I,calls Miami her favority city. Grandway Building ;
fear no man." great lady down when she rides pass that playground she : worked and fought so hard for and see trash and cans all over ]I sixteen years be rebut re- payroll. She got her Job
Here in our community there is a great lady that seems to the place and never one adult around to show that they care. \turns practically every through the summer aid pro- I
feel the same way. A lady that is small of statue but so big of ,I hope that great lady never has to say we let her and our I,summer to her hometown Danville gram. As Ernestine puts
heart she stands ten feet tall. A lady that is so gracious that community down, by not taking care of that which was so hard 1\ Georgia to visit relatives it-she Just went to the Florida
she can walk with king's and still not loose the common touch. to come by. I hope that great lady will always be inspired to j State Employment Office and
A lady so beautiful she can stand among the thorns and shine keep fighting for what she know is good and right for her peo- Earnestine lives with her applied for a summer Job. Her
like a rose and try to help all the other flowers bloom. ple and keep turning down other offers that would remove the I,mother Cleo, two sisters, anda co-workers at the Social Se-
one voice that we can depend on. The one shoulder that so : brother.. Her mother works curity Office didn't realize
I am sure by now you have all guessed that the lady is Mrs. many of us rest our heads on. Yes there are others in this (at the Ostepathic General Hos- actually that this was her first
Athalle Range because there is but one in our community. Now community that are fighting because(mother)as so many of us ]pital. Job. She is very efficient, I
there are many things Mrs. Range has done since she has be- affectionately calls her just can't carry the ball alone, she Earnestine learned typing at punctual and a good worker,
come a city commissioner in the past few years. But the one need some blocking some help when it's time to score that ;Northwestern High School according to branch manager,
thing I want to talk about is the new playground that she foughtso touchdown and keep winning game,after game. where she will return as a Charles Wofford, "We are
hard for, on 10 Ct.between 2nd and 3rd Ave. I have made it After all she is the first person we look to in death why : a point to pass there everyday for the past two weeks and I worry her to death all (through life. :' fact she can, type when when she has to return to
she finishes school she would school in September."
p l'''- like to be a air line stewardess.She Needless to say we would
? is well liked and a big love to have her work for us
Sewing help,at the reception desk at when she,finishes school.
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THE MIAMI TIMES, Friday, August 15, 1969 15

II ". .. II. 1 Miami Frontiersmen Propose' A New
fI!! I I t1id'N.RUI'MMIMINwwM .- 1Ir 'I

ttt w + Iww.wletiaMwrw.*wwwrl wlw lr Dimension For Service ClubsThe

+er -
4 aAL Miami Club of Frontiers according to the philosophyof tures; and work with the
International sent a dele- the new student. underprivileged
gation to the International The plan calls for the chartering -
vention held In New Orleans, and authorization of The Internation Convention
Louisiana with blue prints fora Student Frontier Organizations bought the idea and has a com-
rw new dimension in service in all universities, and mittee working towards its .
club philosophy Spokesmanfor colleges primarily serving or implementation. Four Pilot
the group, James JonesIs having a sizeable minority organizations are to be formed
not a frontiersman but was student body. this year. And each District
chief architect of the plan to Such clubs would be subjectto Deputy is charged with loca-
Include youth in the program existing constitutional restrictions tion of areas for expansion.
and harness.the.resUess and related to an Other persons representingthe
energy into positive action. active club in its district.The Miami Club were: Robert '
Jones is a student at Floridaa service ideal will be its Gabriel, Current Presidentand
Memorial College and at pre- Central Motif, with permis- W. D. Tolbert. The club
sent is President of Student sive would include: Oppor- meets each Tuesday at 8:00
tunities for communication p.m. at North's Travel Bureau
Frontiers International is between ethnic groups, age 6105 NW 7th Ave. Membershiprolls
Yr the only Service Club organized groups and various sub-cul- will be open through Sept.ttftttfttfft .
to serve the non-white
,...,.-. ethnic groups and for years :::'?::::::*: :::::: -::: mw.:::::::::::::: \l"4SLSY.Y.tiYA:.SS::S:::::::y*
the only service club open to K 30 Get Degrees af B-CC Summer Commencement it. K has traditionally been WARNER HINES :
composed of"Establishment"peopleprofessional
30 BethuneCookmanCollege Lucas, psychology; James for work with the United Negro and busi- mI .
students received de- Berry, Ralston C. Cox, Wel- College Fund.Cert1f1cates. ness men who have achieveda 1863 N. W. 59th Street
grees during the 65th annual senia A. Johnson, Ernest C. were awardedfor modicum of success. Its
Commencement Exercisesheld Swift, physical education.A a recent peacelogy Motto: "ADVANCEMENT I LISCENSED BY CITY r
In Heyn Memorial Chapel citation for business and seminar to Mrs. Dan Warren, THROUGH SERVICE"has given AND COUNTY rS I
Saturday morning. human relation was given to Mr. & Mrs. John Frink Rev. Its member opportunityto }
The keynote speaker for the George L.Burrows,Fort Lau- Harold Whitehurst, George promote many worthwhile FOR FREE ESTIMATES 1
eve D twas Dr. Benjamin derdale, a former B-CC gra- Zeiger, the Reverend Robert programs, but its approach, .. CALL 634-2083 I
Perry, Jr., President,FloridaA. duate who owns an electrical JB e w, Dorothy Grlswald and I as the approach of all service .';:
& M. University,Tallahassee company and Florida A&M Mrs. Helen Whitmore. clubs, has been paternalistic, IttggKg '::::::::::;.:'::::: ,*::::::::::::::::::::::>'::::" ;;::::::: :"-;:::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::."

Florida. He warned the
graduation class to"stooyand
informed on the latest ,.
keep y S .
technological developments-- .' : j ""i
technology Is where the future '." i ,
lies" ,
Graduating cum laude '\\J);: .."., .r
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in chemistry was SubeU Kare, azitl'.kII's :t :.y5 ""gr- r" : k ay
a student fromjersalem. .,, ..
sa.;. L3I
Receiving bachelor of arts de-' '
grees were Alwynn Walker,
music; Claude Tolbert Jr., t 4
history; Clifford Allen, .

Patricia Austin, Barbara.-....-.,... ..\.. I,
Boller Paulette Geter, ..". -" Beat STT i'

Joyce M. Grant, Cynthia '''' --- .-... ..... '
Harriel Madelyn Harrell, .
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Beulah Lott., Shirley SnelL. ,). ...... .. ., ." "5- 55 4 i'J I\
sociology: *. : ; i!(, ,

scelence Receiving degrees bachelor were Gall of t h e ,

Hartsfleld, biology; JimmieL. : <
.- Hector. chemistry;, Leon 1 "
Drew, Delmar Reese, Juanita ./ ,.J ;! ,} : -:/. 1
Richardson, James B. White, .. .f" h
business, administration; I"ieal' ,
Sandra Johnson, Betty Payne,
business education; Ernestine *?.
Bivens, Georgia K. Huggins,
and Janie Mitchell, Carolyn ,
Starling elementary education t
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4k IN ..:..n'.- ....:,'"'PJ. IIJ.1.,.. ," -NAp M-MM Miami Frontiersmen Propose' A New :

f! -t,r ,.,.. ..,... I I
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e.a .,... Dimension For Service Clubs

4 IWFAv,0.
-MMMr M The Miami Club of Fron- according to the philosophyof tires; and work with the
tiers International sent a dele- the new student. underprivileged
a* r gation to the international The plan calls for the chartering -
vention held in New Orleans and authorization of The Internation Convention
Louisiana with blue prints fora Student Frontier Organizations bought the idea and has a com-
new dimension in service in all universities, and mittee working towards its .'
club philosophy. Spokesmanfor colleges primarily serving or implementation. Four Pilot
the group, James Jonesis having a sizeable minority organizations are to be formed
not a frontiersman but was student body this year. And each District
b chief architect of the plan to Such clubs would be subjectto Deputy is charged with location -
4 include youth in the program existing constitutional restrictions _of _areas_ for expansion.
and harness.the restless and related to an Other persons representingthe
S energy into positive action. active club In Its district.. Miami Club were: Robert
-J Jones is a student at Florldaa The service ideal will be its Gabriel, Current Presidentand
Memorial College and at pre- Central Motif with permis- W. D. Tolbert. The club
sent is President of Student sive would include: Oppor- meets each Tuesday at 8:00
tunities for communication p.m. at North's Travel Bureau
i Frontiers international is between ethnic groups, age 6105 NW7th Ave. Membership
the only Service Club organized groups and various sub-cul rolls will be open through Sept.
to serve the non-white I
,,, ethnic groups and for years RBfiBwi::: :::*:: :: : ,..... .. ,.
-y. A- ---- "" "- -"!' ; '''''' '" ''''KM ;f vS *w ss
the only service club open to
I 30 Get Degrees at B-CC Summer Commencement it. It has traditionally been \ WARNER HINES
composed of"Establ1sbment"peopleprofessional
30 Bethune-Cookman Lucas, psychology; James for work with the United Negro and busi-
College students received degrees Berry Ralston C. Cox, Wel- College Fund.Certificates. ness men who have achieveda 1863 N. W. 59th Street !{!!rS j
during the 65th annual senia A, Johnson, Ernest C. were awardedfor modicum of success. Its
Commencement Exercisesheld Swift physical education.A a recent peacelogy Motto: "ADVANCEMENT LISCENSED BY CITY ;
in Heyn Memorial Chapel citation for business and seminar to Mrs. Dan Warren, THROUGH SERVICE"has gi- ': AND COUNTY r I
Saturday morning.The human relation was given to Mr. & Mrs. John Frink, Rev. ven its member opportunityto ,
keynote speaker for the George L.Burrows,Fort Lauderdale Harold Whltehurst George promote many worthwhile nl FOR FREE ESTIMATES :j
event was Dr. Benjamin a former B-CC gra- Zeiger, the Reverend Robert programs, but Its approach CALL 6342083Iftttttttftttro n

Perry. & M.Jr.University, P President,Tallahassee FloridaA. duate company who owns and an Florida electrical.A&M !iBe Mrs.w,Helen Dorothy Whltmore.Griswald and; as clubs the, approach has been paternalistic of all service, .....!....................................................................y.y..:.!................................:.-......i'............;..............-......................................................................}...

Florida. He warned the
graduation class to study and
keep informed on the latest

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music; Claude Tolbert Jr., ljr"t ,

history; Clifford Allen,

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Joyce M. Grant Cynthia Beat I y _
Harriel, Madelyn Harrell T.1' -- .. }
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16 THE MIAMI TIMES, Friday, August 15, 1969
ning August 25, tickets will go

Collegiate All-Stars To Play on sale at the Economy Drug
f Store, 5720 NW 17th Avenue.

Afro-Psychedelic DanceThe f ( tqsf
f i fa To make final plans for the
Bethune-Cookman Collegiate The AfroPsychedelic affair dance, the local alumni asso-

All-S tars, internationally scheduled for the Carib- ciation meets Thursday, Aug.
renowned and voted as bean Room of the Bayfront 14, at the home of Herbert Day
one of the"Top Ten Collegiate Park Auditorium, is informal. 3044 NW 49th St.Any questions,
Bands" In the nation, Journeyto For those who want to be in the regarding the dance or meet-

Miami on August 29 toren- groove, wear your darshflcis, ing can be answered by dial-

der entertainment for the Ml- tikis, Nehrus, blubas, mini's, .._ ,.. ing 634-6305 and asking
--' -- -- -'-;; - -" for
ami-Dade Chapter's second mini-mini's, kulocks, turtlenecks mr-r, Israel Milton, chairman of
annual Pre-Labor Day Dance, love beads or your
and begin Committee.
"Do Your Own Thing." "own thing." Advance tickets can be acquired now from any BethuneCookman alumnus



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Moo 9-12 836 Home Furnishings Coconut Grove Rec. Center Mon 9.12 817 Basic Clothing Riviera Presbyterian Church
Tue 7-10 820 intermediate Clothing Ponce deLeon Jr Hi Com. Sch Mon 9-12 817 Basic Clothing Goodwill Industries

I Tue '9-12 817BasicClothing 'Coral CongregationalChr. Mon 9-12 846 Advanced Foods YMHA-8500SW8St
Tue 7.10 817 Basic Clothing Carver Jr High Comm School Mon 1-4 817 Basic Clothing CTA Towers-Brickell Ave

Tue 7-10 876 Furniture Reupholstery Vlrrick Recreation Park Moo 7.10 817 Basic Clothing Palmetto Sr HI School
Wed 9-12 818 Advanced Clothing Merrick Elem Comm School Mon 7-10 820 intermediate Clothing West Miami Jr HI School
Wed 1-4 818 Advanced Clothing Merrick Elem Comm School Moo 7-10 834 Home Decoration South MIami Comm Sch

Wed 7-10 817 Basic Clothing Carver High Community Sch Tue 9-12 817 Basic Clothing Myers Sr Center-450 SW 5 St
Thur 9-12 817 Basic Clothing Merrick Elem Community Sob Tue 9-12 81'1 Basic Clothing YMHA-8500 SW 8 st

Thur 7-10 817 Basic Clothing ,Ponce deLeon Jr UI Com Sch Tue 9-12 817 Basic Clothing Trinity Presbyter Church

Tue 9-12 818 Advanced Clothing Riviera Presbyterian Church
Tue 9-12 845 Basic Foods Goodwill Industries
HIALEAH MIAMI SPRINGS Tue 1-10 817 Basic Clothing South MIami Comm Sch
Tue 7.10 818 Advanced Clothing Palmetto Jr HI School
Tue 7-10 817 Basic Clothing Filer Jr High Comm School Wed 9-12 817 Basic Clothing Kendall Methodist Church

Tue 7-10 818 Advanced Clothing Miami Springs Sr HI School Wed 9-12 834 Home Decoration YMHA-8500 SW 8 st
Wed 9-12 818 Advanced Clothing Hialeah Recreation Center Wed 9-12 876 Furniture Reupholstery YMHA-8500 SW 8 st
Wed 9-12 846 Advanced Foods Grace Lutheran Church Wed 1-4 820 intermediate Clothing Kendall Methodist Church

Wed 6-9 817 Basic Clothing Semlnola Recreation Park J n. .Wed 7-10 81'1 Basic Clothing Ada MerrlttJr HI Comm Sch ". \
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Wed 7-10 876 Furniture Reuphoistery Filer Jr HI Comm School Wed 7.10 846 Advanced Foods South'Miami Comm Sch '

c Wed 7.10 818 Advanced Clothing Filer Jr HI Comm School 'Ibur 9-12 817 Basic Clothing Christ the King Lutheran Chur
Thur 9-12 821 Good Grooming & Charm Dev. Hialeah Recreation Center Thur' 9:30876 Furniture Reupholster First Pres Chur-Brlckell Ave I
Thur 7-10 817 Basic Clothing Filer Jr HI Comm School 12:30 'Thur '

1-10 817 Basic Clothing Cutler Ridge Sr HISch
Thur 1-10 817 Basic Clothing South Miami Jr Comm Sob
I Fri 9-12 817 Basic Clothing Smathers Sr Ct.-1040 SW 29 ct
Mon 9-12 817 Basic Clothing Perrine Comm Center

Moo 9-12 817 Basic Clothing East Ridge Lutheran Ret VUlt

Mon 9-12 820 Intermediate Clothing Leisure City Recreation Park : NORTHWEST DADE
MOD 7-10 817 Basic Clothing A. L. Lewis Elem Comm Sob

MOD 7-10 817 Basic Clothing RR Moton Elem ComSch-Per MOD 9-12 817 Basic Clothing North Glades Park

Tue 9-12 817 Basic Clothing Redlands Fruit & Spice Park Mon 9.12 817 Basic Clothing Miami Northwestern Ad Cent
t Wed 9-12 836 Home Furnishings Redlands Fruit & Spice Park Mon 9-12 876
Reupholstery Virginia Gardens Town Hall
Wed 9-12 817 Basic Clothing Leisure City Recreation Park
\ Mon 10-1 817 Basic Clothing J. E. Scott Homes
I Wed 1-4 836 Home Furnishings Redlands Fruit & Spice Park Mon 10-1 817 Basic Clothing Jo1l1vette Sr Center
Wed 1-4 821 Good Grooming & Chum Dev. Leisure City Recreation Park Mon 1-4 817 Basic Clothing Metropolitan Sr Center
Wed 7-10 817 Basic Clothing Florida City Comm School Mon 1-4 817
Basic Clothing Miami
Wed 7.10 817 Basic Clothing, Richmond Hefghts Jr HI School MOD 4-7 817 Basic Northwestern Ad Cent
Clothing B T
Washington Comm Sch
I Thur 9-12 818 Advanced Clothing Redlands' Fruit & Spice Park MOD 7-10 817
Clothing Norland Jr HI Comm
I Thur 9-12 876 Furniture ReuIilolsterr; Redlands Fruit & Spice Park Mon 7.10 817 SCH
Basic Clothing BroWDSvUle Hi
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\ Thur 1-4 818 Advanced Clothing Redlands Fruit & Spice Park Moo '1.10 817 Basic
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''Thur 1-4 876 Furniture ReuIilolstery Redlands Fruit & Spice Park Mon 1.10 81'1 BaSic Clothing
J E Scott Homes
: Thur 1-10 8'16 furniture Reupholsterl Redlands Fruit & Spice Park Tue 9-12 81'1 Basic Clothing Miami Northwestern
Tbur 1.10 81'1 Basic Clothing Redlands Fruit & Spice Park Tue 9-1 81'1 Basic Clothing North Regional Put Ad Cent

MIAMI BEACH Tue 9-12 876 Furniture Reupholstery Stephen Clark,Comm Center

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terMon 9-12 817 Basic Clothing Surfside Recreation Center NORTHWEST DADE I
Mon 1-4 818 Advanced Clothing' Ida Fisher JrHiCommSchoolMon

1-4 821 Good Grooming& Charm Dev Surfside Rec. Center Tue 1-4 817 Basic '
Clothing Edison ,
Mon 7-10 817 Basic Clothing ,Treasure Is. Elem Comm Sch Tue 1-4 817 Basic Clothing Sr. Center '
Tue 9-12 817 Basic Clothing Ida Fisher JrHiCommSchool, Tue 1-4 818 Stephen Clark Bldg. :
Tue 1-4 817 Basic Clothing Ida,FisherJr HIComm School Tue 4-7 820 Advanced Clothing Miami Northwestern Ad Cent..
7-10 817 Basic Clothing Ida Fisher JrHiCommSchool Tue 7-10 817 Basic Clothing North Dade Hi School'Tue N

Tue 7-10 821 Good Grooming& Charm Dev Treas. Is. Elem Com Sob. Tue 7-10 817 Basic Clothing Brownsville Jr Hi Comm Sch ;!
Wed 1-4 '817 Basic, Clothing Ida Fisher Jr Hi Comm Sch Tue 7-10 Clothing Larchmont Gardens (
Wed 7-10 846 Advanced Foods Ida Fisher Jr Hi Comm Sch Tue 7-10 820 Intermediate Clothing North Dade Jr Hi School :
Thur 9-12 820 Intermediate Clothing ,Surfslde Recreation Center Wed 9-12 Furniture Reupholstery Norland Jr Hi Comm Sch
817 Basic
Thur 1-4 818 Advanced Clothing Surfside Recreation Center Wed 9-12 Clothing Cloverleaf Recreation Cent
Clothing Miami Northwestern Ad Cent.
Wed 9-12 818 Advanced
NORTHEAST DADE Wed 9-12 Clothing North Regional Rec. Cent.-OL
818 Advanced
Clothing Virginia Gardens Town Hall ;
Wed 10-1
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Mon 9-12 817 Basic Clothing First Fed.Bank of Little River Wed 1-4 817 Basic Clothing Liberty Squre Club Room :

Mon 9-12 817 Basic Clothing ", First Fed.Bank,900 NE 125 St Wed 4-7 820 Intermediate Clothing MlamiNorthwesternAd.Cent ,
Mon 9-12 818 Advanced Clothing OJus Recreation Center Wed 7-10 817 Basic Clothing Miami Northwestern Ad cent.

Mon 9-12 $21 Good Grooming & Charm Dev. Am. Legion,6445 NE 7Av Wed 7-10 817 Basic Clothing Clothing Brownsville Jr Hi Coram Sob
Bethune Elem. School
Thur 9-12
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Mon 7-10 817 Basic Clothing Madie Ives Elem Comm Sch Thur 1-4 817 Basic Clothing Virginia Gardens Town Hall
Tue 9-12 817 Basic Clothing Chase Fed.Bank Miami Shores ThurThur 1-4 817 Basic Clothing Virginia Gardens Town Hall
Tue 9-12 818 Advanced Clothing First Fed.Bank,900 NE 125 St 4-7 820 Intermediate Clothing Malcolm Ross Sr. CenterNorth
Tue 1-4 820 Intermediate Clothing Chase Fed.Bank Miami Shores Thur 710 817 Basic Clothing Dade High School
Tue 7-10 818 Advanced Clothing Madle Ives Comm School Thur 7-10 817 Basic Clothing Brownsville Jr HI Comm Sch
Wed 7-10 817 Basic Clothing J F Kennedy Comm School Thur 7-10 817 Basic Clothing Bethune Elem. SchoolNorland
Thur 9-12 817 Basic Clothing OJus Recreation Center, Fri 9-12 818 Advanced Jr Hi Comm Sob
Thur 7-10 817 Basic Clothing Madle Ives Comm Sch Fri 9-12 876 Furniture Clothing Cloverleaf Recreation Center
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1 DIRECTOR 0 F FIELD OPERATIONS September is right around the corner and hundreds of Dade Z
County high school graduates will be on their way to college in
requires industrious sell
agency a couple of weeks. This ladies will
quartet lovely young enroll -
started responsible the .
to executive director for coordinating
at Bethune-Cookman College in Daytona Beach.
field operations and monitoring program Gall Coachman, the daughter of Dr. Carl E. Yaeger is a
quality graduate of Central High. e k.
B.A preferred plus four years experience in community Carol Yvonne Wright of 12601,SW92 Court,daughter of Mr.
service, plus three years experience with poverty proWillie J. Wright. She is a graduate of Killian High.

gram operation.Salary$12,000-$15,000. Send resume Linda Green, the daughter of Mrs.Dorothy Green is a graduate
to Mrs.,Marie S. Carl, Executive Director, Economic of Carol City High.

Opportunity Program, Inc., 395 NW 1st St., before Aug. Cynthia Cochran, the daughter of Mr. George Cochran and ? IYd
22, nf..ll an equal opportunity employer (A15)). a recent graduate of Miami-Dade Junior College. "



Seeking the title of Miss Black America of

Flo. is Yvonne Anise Collins, a student at Miami

Dade Junior College. Yvonne is the 18-year-old

daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Freeman Collins Opa-

locka, and is sponsored by the Miami Times.

; "Shades Of Black"' DanceThe

i: Elites Civics ClubpreFor tickets you may come or
sents "Shades of Black" precall; Coopers Little SuperMarket
labor day dance and fashion 4611 NW 22nd Ave.
ThL show, featuring the African 633-9472. .
look mod and odd; accenting Prince's Pit Barbecue,4530
the African mood in the music, NW 27th Ave.Phone 633-9125.

Aj TIiil attire and decor.Music will be Jackson's Groc'. 5830 NW
rendered by Richard Strachan 12th Ave., 758-3151.
and his orchestra.Tickets are

iff.-._ <,<, on sale $1.50 advance $2.00 Place Brownsville Comm
\ at the door. Door prizes will Center, 2741 NW 49th st, Saturday i

:be given Aug. 30. (Aug. 29))

l Welcome/ Sorors Of Zeta

Phi Beta SororityAlpha

Gamma Chapter of We hope that you will enjoy

Eta Phi Beta Sorority would your stay in our beautiful city
"'" and also that you will leave this
11 keto this method to
conference much richer in tile
Ot, welcome all of Eta phi
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Beta Sorority to Miami. when you came.



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Willie Williams wanted to Officer Washington got jfr j-'
become a City of Miami police persistent and conveyed to me ', efFe ,
officer so badly seven the importance of choosing a : _
years ago he did something few profession that had a future. '
other men would do. He told me it had opportunityfor
Working for a construction advancement, and steady

company, he quit his job. He pay. And, after a while, I was '
Zt4J01 -- By left them so he'd have the next convinced" r h f'' _;
ADLINE PONTIPHFLET five months to cram for the So Williams took the test-
v civil service police examina- and flunked

tion.Yet Along then came Lt. Leroy .
"Musical training is a more a membership with the well he had failed the same Smith, a veteran police officer 1
potent instrument than any known society which test the first time. who is well known throughout
other, because rhythm and this column Melifuous sponsors in But today .. as one of the Miami for his one-man cru- s r It 9

harmony find their way into the. voice and able to sing in many new breed of highly trained sade to get more_black law
inward places! of the soul." capacities, our young lady held black officers on the 670-man men.
her own in our past concert Miami force -- Officer Williams Lt. Smith (then a sergeant)
; last June. Donna has a natural 30, is mighty glad he got together about 20 of the
flair for motion. Her hands knew what he wanted and went young men who had failed the
after it.Officer. test and launched a special,
gracefully speak a language of
their Williams talked t w- nights a week, two- passed like my job for various
own and her Quick tempo
N about his work in the of month class Officer Williams
light at Northwestern of the 20 ,
ready we're speaking of mak- .,
"Operation Badge", the Cityof Senior High.WUliams. Today
ing use of her talents with
Miami's campaign attract was one of those one o f has given me an oppor-,.
choreography task
which she
is looking forward to. more black police officers. students loaded down with police 0 for recognition and a
"You might say I got inter- books, cramming his head with their to serve the commun-
Piano is her forte. After
ested in police work''coinci- new knowledge. stead of and a sense of belong-
I'Y some three months of serious
studies I cannot tell how dentally", Officer Williams "I quit my J job at the con- scooter needed."I"This," he said,"is what
Fve noticed Improvement you with said. struction company and spentthe impressed me the most."
her entire "I was living in a rooming next five months studyingfor ,, a a job that pays $7,236
Interpretation even house that was owned by a the civIl service examina- portant to start? One that's
her feeling at the keyboard is '
different Mr. La Pierre tells Miami police officer (Officer, tion'and I lived on what moneyI know his that calls for
James Washington,who is still had been able to save," Of- a than'a strong back, but
me it
was only a case of discipline
.._ within her expression. on the force)-and I was doing ficer Williams. said. He is not inquisitive mind?
w constrcctjpn rk at the time. married. he's Lt. Leroy Smith at Mi-
Properly under control Donna
DONNA MOORE "And lie approached me with "I took the exam again and on when City Hall, 3774461.FRANKLIN'S .
can come out with a most
My guest this week would the idea of Joining the Miami .
spine-chilling musical phrase '
have said as much had Mr. 'police department," Officer
arrangement that makes her
Plato not gotten to it first.And Williams said. CARPET
music what it is.
for this reason, it gives great "At first, I was kind of re-
I'm proud of Donna Moore.
pleasure to introduce a young."" luctant. I had the typical law 0659 NW 2ZND AVENUE,
Next week a new faze. 'i ,
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Until then, please love one SPECIALIZING IN RUG SALES &
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Miss Donna.Moore. another, be happy Officer Williams said. COMMERCIAL CLEANING & FLOOR WAXING J

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I. I T : Plan To Curb Foundations Seen As Anti-Negro Blow I I

I New York.-The proposal lished In that newspaper,Aug.8th. voting strength. black registrants In the the guise- of regulating the rectionists. This course could
Congress to ban the use of "The Voting Rights Act of southern states rose to foundations. Incline the disfranchised re-
foundation funds for voter registration "Negro citizens" Mr.Wilkins 1965 plus grants from foundations slightly more than 2,000,000out "The Congress seems to lunctantly ,to the view that
Is, In essence, an asserts, are not de- enabled organizationslike of a potential 5,000,000. have embarked upon a deliberate there Is little hope for re-
attack upon the Negro Roy Wilkins NAACP executive label. They view the move registration of Negro poses to crush the rising voting rights of black citizensand
democratic -
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The New York Times pub- halt the Increase In Negro 1968 elections The total of In the election process under camps of the various Insur ."

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22 THE MIAMVUTIMES, Friday, August 15,1969 RICHARDSONGustavus

/ The family of the late D. C. Mincy of 1935 NW 4th ]KW 48th Ter.R., died Love August of 3273 8.
t/ I CARDS MEMORIALS DEATHS I Ct. died at Jackson Hospital.
';""!" held Tuesday
Remains will be shipped to VIdalia f>ervices were
+ ,' of the Incar-
", ,,: Ga. Friday morning. j jI I lation.from the He Church is survived by his

}' IN MEMORIAM IN MEMORIAMIn CARD OF THANKSThe '. Charlie Wilson of 1870 NW wife Dorothy; one niece Melur -

I"f" 1870 Service Rd., died Aug. 10 I S. Lee of Norwalk, Conn.;
In sad but loving memory of loving memory of family of the late Services will be held Saturday 1 two nephews George and

: my devoted husband, JOHNNIE LEE WILLIAMSwho RAYMOND CHARLES 1 p.m.in the Opi-lockachapel. J!Dickie S c a v e 11 a; onecousin

departed this life Aug. BUTLERof He is survived by his wife :Stanley Robinson and one god-

13, 1968. 1527 NW 40th Street, who b. Emma; one son Jas; two sisters I sister Lenora K. Thompson.
Memory is the treasure houseof departed July 10, 1969, wishto Irene Walker and Emma

happy thoughts so gay thank our friends and neigh- Parks three brothers Joe, Wakter Grant of 3265 NW 53

And happy thoughts of the one bors for their kindness duringour n .... ...,,:.. Cecil,; and Willie Wilson; :;St., died Aug. 7. Remains will
bereavement. Your tele- .9 '1'" .l L ';1" (I 'oW 40. Ga.
we loved two grandchildren, nieces and I 36 shipped to Bainbridge,
Will never pass awayA grams, beautiful flowers, MR. JOSHUA L. GRANT, nephews. :tor final rites. Survivors include -
loving smile we long to see cards, donations, food, visits, who departed this life on July; his wife Addle ; one

And a voice we loved is till calls and other deeds of kind- 25, 1969 wish to thank all the INCOMPLETE laughter Jessie Smith; two

A place is vacant in our homes ness were appreciated and will friends and neighbors for al ARRANGEMENTS stepdaughters Virginia James

Which never can be filled. always be remembered. their kindness In our hour of Mrs. Hattie V. Montgomery :ind Jeanette Harvey; three

Special thanks to Father sadness. For telegrams, Of 462 NW 8th St. died Aug. 10 ;stepsons Willie, Marion and
Mrs, Dorothy Williams, wife Kenneth Major and the Churchof calls, cards and flowers,, 'Tames Green.
three children the Incarnation,Father Paul special thanks to pastor Coop- John Farrow of 3660 Wil-

--- Mrs. Mary Williams, mother Reeves and St. Stephens Episcopal er Range Funeral Home and liams Ave, died Aug. 8 at Miss Violet Jean Gibson of

BENJAMIN WALKERwho and Family Church, and Range Fun- all those who brought food and Jackson Hospital. Survivors 245 NW 59 Ter.,died Aug. 10.
passed August 14, 1969. eral Home and personnel. gave the use of their cars. include wife Lillie Bell; one Survivors Include a friend

One year has passed since May God bless you always daughter, two sons, four Charles Cannon; a mother

'j,, you left me but not one day CARD OF THANKSThe CARD OF THANKS, grandchildren; one brother, Catherine Gibson; three sis-
.. has passed that you were not
and two sisters. Remains will
The Family sett
ters Ruth Dor ,
J| thought of, and sadly missed. family of the late The family of the late be shipped to LaFayette, Ala Srier and Mary Gibson; two

>,,' You complained about being so MARTHA LOTT, Brothers George and Johnnie.BAIN'S .
tired so God has given you wish to thank the many friends, George Williams of 2000NW

.: eternal rest, may you rest in pastor G. Taylor and mem- CARD OF THANKSMrs. 55th Ter., died Aug. 10 at

peace. s bers of Trinity-Berea SDA Jackson Hospital. Remains

A bit beyond this day's small 4 Church for their kindness during Jacquelyn S. Scurry were shipped to Buffalo, N.Y. Mrs. Celie Harden of 14480
scope. A new day dawn thats their recent bereavement ,:ind the family of the late, Survivors include wife Es- Carver Dr. Richmond Heightsdied

it p bright with hope,a new tomorrow HENRY W. SCURRY, telle; two sons George Jr.and Aug. 9. Services will be

r: ,unborn yet, where new' The FamilyIN wish to thank all the many] Orto; two daughters Dorothy held Saturday at Bethel Bap-

joys help us to forget,not love friends for their kindness Perkins and Betty Johnson. tist Church, 1 p.m.She Is sur-

q ; that blessed the happy days, MEMORIAMIn doing our bereavement of telephone vived by three sons Fletcher,
not tenderness and loving calls,visits,telegrams, Stacy King of 1752 NW 69th and Henry one daughter -
ways, but sorrow that has left loving memory of my beloved cards, flowers and donations, St., died Aug.' 1. Survivors Include Mandy Wilson;;two sisters

its mark and faith that's lost husband, Special thanks to Rev. and mother Louise and father Lula Givens and Rosa Fields.

4 its shining spark yes, justbe- Mrs. W. E. Sims and House of: Willie ; twobrothersWillie

t yond this days small scope. Anew -- -- _..,- _.. .. Albert'S Funeral Home, who jame, Willie Anthony; Miss Jestine Wilcox of 3687

I* day dawns that bright with ADRIANA THOMPSON SMITH were particularly considerate three sisters Lillie. Francis, Williams Ave., died Aug.. 10.

hope. Where there is com- who expired July 28, 1969, understanding during and Betty. Services. were held Services will be held Saturday

fort and release, where there wish to express sincere thanksto ,1" these extremely trying mo- Wednesday. 3 p.m. at St. Mary's Baptist

are memories, joy and peace. all of our friends and neigh : ments. Baby Patterson of 7186 NW Church. She is survived by

bors who helped console am? ,. 14th PI. Apt. 4 died July 30. her parents Mr.and Mrs.Car-

Sadly missed: comfort us by extending your ,.. ',,, "','' "i", Survivors are parents Mrs. sie Lee Wilcox; two brothers
Doris Walker, wife and heartfelt sympathy during our i ," IN MEMORIAMIn Juanita Patterson and father. Carsie Jr. and Dennis; two

Family recent bereavement through -' '4-" of grandmothers Jessie Lee Lanier -
loving our mother -
cards letters : Baby Intosh of 10210SW 181 and Clementine Wilcox.
telegrams, ; and grandmother
IN MEMORIAMIn beautiful flowers of condolences iiiI I MARGARET MINGOof St., died Aug. 1 at Jackson

covered dishes, ; Hospital. Survivors parents, Mrs. Etta Clark of 3787
of our ;, Key West, Fla. whodepart and grandmother Irene Taylor -
loving memory contributions visits to our Washington Ave., died Aug. 11
31 1966
ed this life July
dear son and brother, home and the many other acts at her home. She is surylved
is wherefore
rendered to :E' Now she gone, by her husband William Sr.;
.of; kindness us.
should we fast? Can we bring
Special thanks to faculty of r Mrs. Julia Williams Watson three sons William Jr., John
her back again? We shall go to I
{ Charles Drew Elementary of 4770 NW 7th Ave.,died Aug. and Francis ; one daughter
shall not return
her but she
School, Rev. L. A. Thompsonand to us., The Lord gave and the<, 2 at Cedars of Lebanon Hospital Dorothy Bowman; one sister
the members of Temole ServiceswereheldWed- Edith Sands; one brother John
Baptist Church; the Mount Lord hath taken away,blessed, nesday at New Antioch Moriah Gibson; 15 grandchildren; one

JI i Olivette Baptist Church, the who departed this life August be the name of the Lord. Church. Survivors include one great grand. '

staff of Cedars of Lebanon 18, 1965. daughter Thessolonia Samuel;
Hospital and the staff of Francis -' Always so true unselfish and Alfonso Curry Jr., son one son Louis; one sister

and Richardson Funeral kind, few in this world his Albert, Harry, Edna, Alfred Mariettam Mallory and one
Clinton,Villmore,Ronch! DON'T MISS THE
Home. equal you'll find. A beautifullife son-in-law.
t"t"f May God bestow his bles- that came to an end he diedas and Ruthie, grandchildren
; + Wilie Davis of
FL 2785 NW 22nd
sings upon all of you. he lived everyones friend. MidSummerDinner
} St. Remains will be shipped to
'- -"- ---- CARD OF THANKSThe
The Smith and McKenzie wife Edison, Ga. Walter & Collins
DANIEL J. ROBERTS Thompson Lylene ,
t'f who departed this life August FamilyIN family of the late Funeral Home.

CARD OF THANKSThe Clabon Mathis of 10610 SW
door at the
an open
wish to sincere
MEMORIAM 184th St. died Aug. 3.Services
end of the road through which
family of the late hanks to the neighbors and
each must go alone, and I In memory of 'riends' for all acts kindness were held Saturday at Kerr CHURCH

there's a light we cannot see,, d luring our bereavement Memorial. Survivors include FRIDAY. SEPT. 5, 1969
i our Father claims his own, Special; thanks to Rev. J. W. four sons Freddie, Josepht! 8:00 p.m. '
t, but not Clabon, Jr. and Perry; three
Gone, forgotten. Stephenson; Rev. A. L. Shipp
,"--) ,
daughters Daisy Mary and
Mrs. Caroline Roberts, lev. H. M. Garmon and Rev.
\ mother i. M.Salmon and the members Emma; one sister Eva Little. DUPONT PLAA HOTEL

u Eloise Whitaker, fA: of> Salters Chapel Church.Also Alfonso Moulticeof 1001 NW 300 Bis. Blvd. Way

s Lucille Jordan, sisters '):; hanks to the Lady Hadley 62nd St. Remains will be ship Donation '$6Off
: \ :: Y hapter No. 137 OES and the
ped to Georgetown, S. C. to
+ 1i louse of Albert Funeral
James Whyles.,
: ., ;\ come
loving of .
memory ''
I ll Willie Lee
Warren, wife CARD OF THANKS
and Family

--- .- .. CARD OF THANKS Former Miamian
\ SP/4 PAUL JONES, CORRECTIONThe Died'in Chicago, III., July 30, 1969.

who was killed in action May family of the late The family wishes to sincere thanks to

3 in Vietnam'wish to thank our ARTHUR L. STANBEARYis everyone for flowers, cars and telegrams.

PRIVATE FIRSTCLASS friends for cards, letters, acknowleding the fact th Family
MELVIN ROLLE flowers, food and all other acts Post Office members' name:;

,' .. whose life was taken while of kindness shown us duringour were inadvertently omittec:! -
1\ .; serving his country.He passed bereavement. from the card of thanks men. .
: .. :
> ( ,, ;, .' away August 10, 1966 in Vietnam Special thanks to Mrs. tioned last week. IN MEMORIAMIn

:..' { ".1 4 oJ'J ;' ,f" He is sadly missed by Range and her son of the Range
{ '. >t: ,'" .' many friends, the members ofN' Funeral Home. loving momory of our bolovod husband and father
: his family, and his mother and YOUNG'SMrs.
father, James and Daisey and
Mrs. Ida Mae Jones
who departed this life Aug. 1;S, Rolle. FamilyIN Emily Barkley of 505 who departed this life August 17, 1966.
South Tampania Ave., Tampa
1968.We died Aug. 8 at Hillsborough God was walking In his garaen,
all love but Gc On. h.
you, made with" his own hands,
MEMORIAMIn Hospital Tampa Services will
loves you best. She's gone,b IN MEMORIAM The sun was shining on each blossom,
j be held Friday, at ,9 a.m. at Young and old throughout all (
not forgotten. sad,. but loving memoryh In memory of my mother, St. Peters Orthodox Church. In For our church, ho walked still searching,
of our dear mother, MRS. MARTHA SMITH She is survived by her mother a lovoly hro fur| grown flower,
Adrian Huston, Ellzabet he ono ready,
Clark and IvadellHoneycu tt MRS. CARRIE LAVARITY who departed this life Aug.20, Mrs. Louise Symonette;son To b. token at that hour.
who departed this life, Aug.8, 1944. Mack Jr.; one brother Ralph
daughters.. 1963- but not Symonette three sisters Sadly Missed '
Gone forgotten. ;
Nathaniel Cohen,' Eugei e Armeta W. Johnson, wlf. and family
Miriam Cash, Agnes Young,
and Edwin Thompson,sons at id
The Family Mrs. Mary Clark Wilmet Symonette.



THE MIAMI TIMES, Friday, August 15, 1969 23 I

RANGERev. IN MEMORIAM ,. Rutherford r-----::

Wesley Daniel of 1001 Aboutl F" Carver
In loving Round ,
memory of my dear Received
64th St. died
Aug. hUts: sister and sister-in-law '4i"Ii'.,' 'I'
home. He Is survived by his, .,. ",' ",. -_.. _- .".! ''... I. ," Drama
wife Anna; a daughter. Ser- Talk :!.f \'t" [Ranches

vices will be held Saturday, ;;r Scholarship
3 p.m. at Mt. Calvary Baptist I r.
Church. BY JIMMY "SCOOP" BETHEL Angelo Rutherford North
Mrs. Luella F. Thompson of2460NW59thSt.diedAug.ll z- Miami playhouse actor has
THAT'S WHERE YOU'LL FIND IT...We must look into the )Just returned from six weeks By Walter Bow* ..
-s ssa--ears.
past murders of our civil rights leaders.. Mississippi, 1963 drama scholarship award at
at Jackson Hospital. She is Medger W. Evers (NAACP leader) was shot and killed as he Georgetown University. New Macedonia Baptist of

survived by four daughtersK drove into his driveway Dallas, Texas, 1964, John F. While in Washington\ Flori- West Hollywood started prayer -
e I v e s e Rahmings, Leona services Monday night.The
,I", Kennedy (then President of the United States) assassinated, da's Representative Burke
Jordan, Joycelyn Crumiel and killed by gun shots. .It was in 1965, when our most contro- took young Rutherford to preaching will start next Monday -

Alrena Williams; two sons versial leader died of gun shots while speaking at the Audubon lunch, and a tour of the capi- Aug. 18. Members come
Leonard and Bertram Fowler i and take a part In this revival.
; Ballroom. Malcolm
c X was double-crossed and assassinatedby tol, and suggested that if he
ten grandchildren; a sister ; .. some of his own most trusted followers. (Like his name, kept up his marks he could be Rev. A. Cooper, pastor
Margaret Hanna. Arrange- -- II" "X" marked the spot) I recall, it was during Dr. Martin considered as a Senate Page- Visiting Nassau during Au-
ments are Incomplete. MRS. RUTH SMITH TWIGGS L. King's Selma, Ala, freedom march when Malcolm X told gust were Ralph Clark of 4814

Lester Kinsey of 2201 NW who departed this life August King: "If I express my beliefs,it may be easier for whites to Boy.Angelo has returned from SW 20th St., Mrs. Lulu King,

73rd St., died Aug. 11.He wasa 15, 1966. except your proposals on civil rights" One of the darkest Washington, and is appearingin Mrs. Essie Washington, Mrs.
and Jake
Edith Brown Turn-
student at Lilly C. Evans God called her to heaven to days in USA's history the day that Dr.'Martin Luther King a teenage training film
Elementary He is survivedby take her fell on the balcony of the hotel Lorraine in Memphis, Tenn., which will be released in the quest.
rest. Post 8195 will
The VFW No.
his mother Claudia Brooks; April 1968. Dr. King was dead, struck by a sniper's bullet early Fall.
a stepfather Arthur Brooks; For here on earth she has done Los Ange'es. California June 5, 1968 brought triumph hold their regular meeting
seven brothers and sisters. her best. and tragedy to(our main man))U. S. Presidential-aspirant, Walter Bowe Sunday at the post home at 4p.m.
Watch for the big Bar-
Services are incomplete.Mrs. She went through trials and Sen. Robert F. Kennedy. Just minutes after acknowledging

Naomi White of 835 stood the test. victory in the California Democratic primary,two bullets fir- Gets VFW Post b-q on Pembroke Labor Day Rd.at the post home
ed from Sirhan-Sirhan's 22 cal pistol ended RFK's life .
NW 42nd St. died 7 at We loved her but God
Aug. loved her The is Walter Bowe, popular Car- The Carver Ranches Fire
question now what kind of conspiracy is threateningthis
Jackson Hospital. She is survived best. and meets
businessman Dept. Mondayat
ver Ranches every
country The latest Incident that shocked the world
by a son Michael; her Birda Smith Matthews, sister (during man's first walk on the moon)was Senator Edward M. Miami Times representativefor 8 p.m.JacksonvllJe.
father Herman Verbal; two Herbert Matthews, brother- Kennedy's tragic accident which caused the life of secretary that area, has been ap-
sisters Magdalene Wilson and District Aide to De- of the Veterans
in-law pointed
Mary Jo Kopechne. Was Ted Kennedy drugged? Maybe there
Margie Verbal' two brothers and of
was a memory lapse, his reason for not making known what partment Foreign Wars.
Otis and Wade. Remains will member of the club committee Bowe Is a past commanderof
had happened the next'morning, after his car plunged off a I
be shipped Thursday to Sanford IN MEMORIAM\ bridge at island for the Department of Fla. VFW Post 8195 In Carver
Chappaqulddick killing Mary Jo. We must
North Carolina. III .-iwiaw The appointments were made Ranches, which has a mem-
.b wonder if there is a new way of assassination by the system.It .
Mrs. Thelma Brown Ru- was two days after Teddy's tragic accident,that A. D. King r during the state convention in bership of 74.

dolph of 1871 Wilmington St.Opalocka (Martin L. King's brother) was found dead in his own swim-

died Aug. 8 at Ce- ming pool. Both accidents by water, both famous men or bro-
dars of Lebanon Hospital. She thers to other famous and assassinated civil rights giants. We lo-

is survived by a daughter Eve- must wait for the FBI to speak out,they may have the answer.
lyn R. Jones two You think about it.PEARL .
; grandchildren -
._ _,_.
---.- -- -
Debra Lake and Robert -"T A.Jtr rs

Jones HI; three sisters and
eight brothers. Services were ,

held Wednesday at Greater 3 '2 $ YAJ *L
New Bethel Baptist Church. 8

Ruben of 9200 NW 22
Wiley ,; ; ;1' ;' .......JI
Ave., died Aug. 6 at Jackson .
Hospital. He is survived by hs HERBERT L.,MILLERwho

wife Grace; two sons R. Vin- departed this life Aug.14., \

cent and Cleveland Wiley; two 1961.

, nieces, a nephew; two sisters Gone, but not forgotten.
Gussie Straughter and Glenda

Harris. ,Services were held Marie Miller, wife

> Tuesday, in the chapel. Re- Y$
mains were shipped to Jack- u MR. LESTER ALBERT, OWNER

k sonville. .

Nathaniel Pinder of 505 NW IN MEMORIAM Our service will be remembered long after

9th St., died Aug. 7 at Krest- In loving memory of my dear --.. price has been forgotten. So in your hour of

view Nursing Home.He is surt. REV. SID BERRY MARIAN bereavement, call .
ved by bis wife Prudence;his
other Rosetta; two sisters REV. EUGENE BERRY-MAN OF FAITH The most
rho this life
departed August
Ellen Evans and Lucy Johnj j:1: 1967 In Detroit, Michigan. Rev. Eugene "Sid" Berry, remembered in Key West, duringthe House of AlbertWhere
*on; two broth e r s Cecil and J L precious one from us Is gone early forties as leader of a.youth group called the "Mo-
I,Fanaita. Services were held j L voice we loved Is, still hawks" Social Club. Two of his close pals at the time were service begins and never ends
In the Amelia and Jim Roberts Wilkerson's hus-
chapel. (Cynthia
uesday Bougohy
Ve love you but God love you THREE LOCATIONS TO SERVE YOU
band The Mohawks Club participated in sports their
) ,
Charles Lewis of 1368 NW best.
major game was basketball. R was in 1947 when a young lad, LIBERTY CITY OPA-LOCKA PERRINE
|C6th St. died Aug. 12 at Mt. ;
Willlford Young, brother named Eugene Berry arrived in New York in pursuit of fame MU 8.3311 23e. 801I
Sinai Hospital. He Is survived I 691.7661
Pauline Young, and fortune and pretty girls.A few months later, he was called
his wife Beatrice Lewis.
rices sister-in-law into the US Paratrooper'to do a four-year: stint. After bis 'I
are Incomplete.
return from the service. Berry played tenor saxophone with

popular name bands around New York. In 1955 Sid Berry was I I
called to be a messenger of God.He became ordained pas- THE WORLD BOOK ENCYCLOPEDIA'S
tor in 1956 and an organizing missionary for the AME national
[ Hit And Run Driver Kills Boy conference. 1958 Rev. Berry organized and became founderof COMPLETE EDUCATIONAL PLAN

the Peoples AME Church, Linden Blvd.,Jamaica,NY. With
Lester Kinsy, of 2201 NW NW 32nd A venue,between 49th his great talent as an organizer, the AMEC upped him to
|73rd St. died Monday at Jackand 50th Street, Sunday and Bishop and made him a traveling delegate. His travels have All parents

[son MemorlalHospital--jrfaeyasstruck by a hU-aI1cHwL taken Bishop ReTy and, 1s..Aml1JJb.roughAfr.blLogeand
boy was riding a bicycle on driver. the far East. To Bishop Eugene "Sid" Berry,(whose resi- want their children

dental church is now in Richmond, Virginia)"we salute you."
to do well.

Attention Parents Sonny Charles and the Checkmates,"Black Pearl,Pretty Little

Girl" dedicated to our girl Pearl Shelton, that Trenton, N, J. Your Childs' SuccessIn

ST. AGNES KINDERGARTEN delight Miami's own Percival Evans, death a shock of
sadness Blonde Peggy Lipton, "Mod Squad" starlet and
Opus on September 2, 1969 Sammy Davis Jr.'s thing has cooled off. Junior Walker SchoolWILL

and the all stars' "What does it Take" dedicated to pretty

Registration now going on, 1776 NW 3rd Court Marlon DeLove .. King Curtis (tenor-saxophonist) with the HELP DETERMINE HIS
Insured transportation, hot lunches 'and snacks "big band" voted No. IIn the land. Wayne ThompsonMi-
Certified by State Welfare Board. For further information ami University) spending the summer in New York with his

call: NE 4.1910 HE 52307. mother, Emily Thompson, they'll both arrive in Miami, Aug. p.clal advantage your child ecelvu must
Mr*. Jacqueline Livingston 24 Little Anthony and the Imperials (direct from Los b. provided by you..and you alona. What aduca
Vegas) breakin'em up at the NYCopa.. Time and tide waits tlonal reference material do you hove to help do
your |lob? "
for no man C-U-NK-WK.

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Registration Begins Sun., Aug. 17 at 1 r Jack Men's ; CHILDCRAFT-The How and Why Library

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. 24 THE MIAMI TIMES FrIday, August 15,1969

Rev. Roscoe Jackson,pastor
Willie J. Beard, reporterThe
women observed their
Second annual Mock Women's

Day. Sister Margaret Pinde.
a member of choir No. 1 was 1t

the morning i speaker. The!
chairmen Jeroline Jones and;

Dorothy Tillman along with the
women are to be commendedfor
a lob well done. Special

trr 'Iou 3n Iqurlq! Sunfiay thanks The youth to the will men.observe their

6th annual Youth Day on the

fourth Sunday. They are asking E
LILY WHITE NEWS MT. OLIVETTE the cooperation of the entire l t x
church. -
Executive Board MeetIng Rev. G.W.Warren,pastor On the fifth Sunday night
<,< was held at the home i of N. J, Lawrence, reporterLet Brother Ray Crume and the
Mrs. Ruth McKevin,president: us not forget the bus Miami Zion-Tones along with
of Lodge #189. All businesswas ride to Key West this coming many other groups of the city
discussed about the an- Saturday, Aug. 16.The bus will: will render a musical programin

niversary.Mrs. leave the church at 5 a.m. Interested be half of women's day '
Hattie Sanders and persons may contact I
daughters, Delores and any member of the Male :\ 1 i ';.

Beverly have gone to Arkansas k Chorus or Deacon Jimmie JORDAN GROVE __ -
to visit with her mother 'We at 234-8463.
Hodges Donation
Rev. Douglas Cook,pastor Celebrates; rs
hope they'll have a safe trip. $7 round trip. Eddie Gilbert, reporterThe s AnniversaryThe
Our deepest sympathy to The fifth Sunday in this
pastor and member:: HermanThomasGospel various groups and will conclude tation is extended to the pub-
Mrs. Addle Grant and Family month will be sCholarship
in the lost of their husband day, all members are askedto would like to thank the misters Chorus will celebrate their on Sunday at 3 p.m.with lic to come out and help make

and father of Aug. 7th. He give$10 for,this effort. Mrs and their congregate ns:: anniversary beginning this the Rev. G W. Warren, pastorof this anniversary a success I
will be funeralized in Bain- Marlon Arinah is chairman. for helping to make the anal-. Friday night at Jordan Grove Mt. Olivette delivering the Brother Herman Thomas, director -
versary a spiritual an d :f1. Baptist Church at 8 p.m. with anniversary sermon. An invi- .
Ga. There will be
bridege, on Sunday, Aug joint choir rehearsal nanclal success, raising ,
'. 17th. We also extend our; Thursday evening all 41437.

deepest sympathy in behalf of choir members are asked to Your support is asked on th e CHRISTIAN SCIENCE NEW KINGDOM CHRIST
Mrs. Ossie Bee in the lost of come out.
Herman Thoma Gospel
her brother. Mr. & Mrs Chorus anniversary which.. Rev. p. S. Brown, pastor Rev. J. Torrence, pastor Canon T. R. Gibson, rector
David (Marie) Price's great M Nixon 0 Harris reporter
gins Friday at 8 p.m.and con L. reporter Antoinette Silva,reporter
of Nashville NEW SHILOH A Tea will be 17 the minis-
I granddaughter ,, given by the Sunday, Aug.
eludes Sunday at 3 p.m. wit: !j On Sunday, August 10 a ser
Tenn. died Monday Aug. 4th Rev. A. M. Griffin,pastor Rev. G. W. Warren deliver Home Mission Sunday,Aug. 17' ters of the church are spon- vice of thanksgiving for the
t Our deepest sympathy: Is off Ella Elam, reporterOn the message. from 4. 6 p.m. at the home of soring a program, everyoneis life of William C. Baggs was

;f fered. Friday night at 8:00: the Visitors are always welcome .. Sis. Delancy, 1706 NW 69th St. invited to come out and enJoy held at Christ. The servicewas
The Lily Whit e Council No.2 Choir will have rehearsal to worship with us. The public is cordially invited this program. solemn and impressiveand
is sponsoring a trip to Silver The adult Ushers' Board Is Sunday, Aug. 24 the pastor included the dedication of a

Springs Fla. on Aug Usher Board No. 1 will ha v< grateful to all who helped the is asking the church to accompany portable altar given to the
24th. Round trip fare Is "Toe to be fun and him to Tabernacle Rev.
a dinner sale all day at the ST. AGNES Party" church by the friends of the rr
$10.00. Phone FR4-0703: home of Sis. Claudia Bryant, successful. Choir rehearsalis Milton, pastor. late William Baggs.Numerous I
for more information. 1200 NW 65 St.They will raffle Fr. L.L. Sands, rector. now being held every Tues- Every Tuesday at 8 p.m.wc friends were in attendance to
Juanita McCloud, reporter. off a radio. Please call 691- Bryley Newton, reportelOur day night at the home of Bro have prayer service, every- pay tribute to the late Bill
2216. and Sis. Thomas Blue. one is invited t to come out.
Deacon George Davis and sympathy goes to Mrs.. Don't forget prayer meeting Wednesday a t 8 p.m. Bible 1
DAY SPRINGRev. the Southern Trumpets will be Dorothy Sanford Love whOSE: i at the home of Deacon Washington class.

here Sunday at 7:30 in behalfof husband, Gus Love died Friday MT. OLIVE
W.M Slater, pastorB. night. His remains wU:
the No. 1 Ushers' Board. 1h
Wilkerson, reporter be funeralized MT.CALVARYMrs. Rev. K.
The Sunday School picnic from the chur< Rogers,pastor
Friday night August 15th, will be the fourth Saturday of the IncarnationjjnTuesda v DRAKE MEMORIAL Sarah Toomer, reporter : M
Rev. Smith and congregation Sister Doris Roberson Is August 12th at 9:00 a.m.. Margarle Perkins, a The pastor would like to
will be here in behalf of Men's asking as members that The church-school picnic c; Rev. J. W. Dunn, pastorN. member of Greater New thank everyone who came out
Day. Sunday night, August can to please meet at church will be held on August 21: T. Green, reporterThe Bethel of Cpa-lockawillbethe to help make our revival a
17th Rev. Simms and con- Pastor's Aid wish to guest speaker on a tea along success.
the fourth
at 5 to
gregation will be here in behalf -' Sunday p.m. St. Agnes' Church Annu; I l thank all the members of St. with other soloists of Miami. The pastor and members
get the BTU
of Men's Day. Rev. Paul organized. Dinner will be held on Friday; ,I Mark Baptist Church for the The tea is in behalf of Men's will go to Hallendale, Aug. 21 !

Freeman will preach the forth September 5th, at 8:00 p.n, spiritual service rendered on Day.The asking everyone to be at the :
Sunday morning for the Men's BEREA BAPTISTRev. at the Dupont Plaza Hotel, their third anniversary. Willing Workers wish church at 7 p.m. the bus will
Day program. The Rev.Davisof Mrs. Marjorie Wake and Mrs.; A special thanks to the to thank everyone who participated leave at 7:30 p.m.
First Bapt. Church will J. Toles,pastor Veronica Bynol are the cochairmen -, president and members of the on their anniversary n
preach the closing sermon of There will be a special pro for the dinner. following pastor's aid clubs: program.

our Men's Day, which reachesits gram Thursday night Satur- St. John,Baptist Church, The men are looking for- MT. TABOR

c 11 ma x Sunday, August day night. Rev.W.B.Williams Metropolitan A ME Church and ward to their program on the Rev. James Hendon, pastor
24th. The public is invitedto and Rev. C. H. Hargrette will THANKFUL BAPTIST St. Mark Baptist Church who fourth Sunday in September. Wilhelmina Sands, reporter ,

come out and help make render these services. helped to make our anniversary The Willing Workers observed
this day a great success. Sunday at 3 p.m.Bro.James Rev. C. T.Ramsey, pastorWe a success. their annual anniversary
Toles will be ordained to the are now observing our NEW COVENANT
Sunday at 3 p.m. Mrs.
Toles of State Rallyl! Sunday afternooit l
ST.. LUKERev. ministry. Rev. B. J. Odessa James and members "
Atlanta, Ga. will be here to 3:00, the Prince of Peacep ANTIOCH Rev. Howard Robinson,pastor '
P. W.Williams,pastor preach the ordination sermon B. Church, Rev. R. Seay: Betty Hill, reporter express their sincere appre-'n
Rev. P. W. Wiggins, pastor Friday night at 8:00 to Rev. s. a.Gay,pas- i
Kathleen Streeter, reporterOn along with the ministers of the pastor will render services in l ,
Dinettie tor and members of St.James
Cobb, reporterThe consecration service will beheld
Sunday at 3 p.m.the Willing Jordon Stream Baptist Asso- behalf of Tennessee. Sunday
captains for this years The usher board is in AME for render ing service for
Workers and the JuniorUshers' ciation. night Rev. Toles of I Atlanta,,
t Board will celebrate Sunday, Aug. 24 the church Georgia will be the speaker. Men's Day will be Bro. Willie charge. Sis. Van Watson is this special occasion.Total
On the Stateof ; Washington and Deacon Hezekiah the speaker. money raised $697.55.CHRISTIAN 4
their "financial efforts anni- will celebrate their pastors5th Monday night
versary". They are asking all anniversary which will begin California; Tuesday night.I Lundy. They are planning Sunday 11:00 a.m. serviceas
members and friends to come Wednesday night, Aug. 20. the state of Georgia; Wednesday a pre-men's day banquet.Fur- usual every third Sunday VALLEY +
out and help them in their ef- night aTom Thumb Wed ther information on these Youth Day.

forts. Refreshments will. ..lingjJIhursday-night the Stat e- events will be given later-Please-remember-te d----ElderAr-Ford-pastor-- -- ,
.I served after the program. MT. OLIVE' of) Florida and on Friday nigh t The Deacons' and Deaconess' the church of your. choice,and Blondie Higgins,rporter

;I On Friday August 22, the, the State of Tennessee. board will celebrate pray for world peace. There: will be a musical pro
>I Male Chorus will have a program Rev. 0. L. Nickerson,pastor their anniversary Sunday at 3 gram this Saturday night featuring -
at 8' p.m. Rev. Macon Evelyn Smith, reporterThe p.m. Rev. A. L. Shipp of New the Sons of Faith,along
and congregation of First Baptist Pastor's Aid club will PETERS Mt. Moriah will deliver the NEW HOPE with the Mother Ford Chorus

| Church of Opa-locka will celebrate their second anni- L. G. Bode, reporter anniversary sermon.Congratulations On Sunday night there will

( be In charge ofthe services. versary. Wednesday night Sunday School begins at I to the Male Rev. H. C. Samuels, pastor be a musical program featur-
Rev. W. J. Macon and congre- Chorus on their winning the ing the National
Every Wednesday at 7 p.m. i.m. morning service begin: : Patricia Gowen, reporter Golden Stars
the Women's Day committee gation, Thursday, Rev. Albert 'at 9:30 a.m. contest against New, Bethel Baptismal services will beheld along with the Mother Ford
will ban their Birch of Newark,N.J.;Friday We wish to Male Chorus of Opalocka.KELLY'S at 11 Chorus
; regular meet- thank all thE I Sunday a.m. The
night Rev. B. Williams will be
i Ing. members and friends who too; astor is asking all candidates
4 in charge. ks BIBLE
Sunday at 3 p.m. the Pas- part in our state rally. It wa:I to be ready at this hour. CHURCH

tor's Aid Union will meet with a L success. CHAPELRev. The Sunday School and No.2 Bishop E.E. Rahming, pastor
We invite to Choir? are having their annual Shirley Cooper
ST. MARKRev. Rev. A. Swain in charge of everyone comE I reporter
I services. out and worship with us on Sun- W. H. Butler,pastor picnic Saturday, Aug. 16 at Friday nigh Elder Tho-
'I C.W. Wade, pastor day We are located at 181:l Marie Carr, reporterThe Virginia Key Beach. Anyone ronton will be with us. Sunday -
Doris Sperling, reporter NW 4th Court youth would like to thank interested in going please call at 3 p.m. Elder Servance
Prayer meeting is now ir everyone who helped to make 81-3704. will be with us.
progress leading up to our ST. MARY'SRev. our fashion show a great suc- Tuesday night bible class.

revival. Preaching begins H. V. Stuart, pastorA. MT. AARON cess. Special thanks to our ST. MATTHEWS Friday night regular services.
Monday night by Rev. Edger. E. McCray,reporter sponsors Mrs. Devoe, Mrs.
The public is invited to attendi Sunday at 4 p.m.the Temple Rev. 0. L.Sample,pastor Prince, and Mrs.Johnson,our Rev. Randall, pastor
) Please come and bring a Baptist Church and their pastor We wish to remind everyonE! backstage manager. Wynell Turner, reporter ST. JAMES AME

friend. Rev. L. A. Thompson will that our revival prayer meeting .. Reminding all members and Baptism service Sunday at Rev. S.
The pastor would like to render services in behalf of begins Wednesday,Aug.21 0 friends, Aug. 30 marks the day :30 a.m. The Steward L. Gay, pastor

\ thank each and every one for Women's Day. and preaching ill 'begin Monday :of our church school picnic. District Union will be held celebrate its 51st Board will
.: accompaning; him Sunday to Don't forget dinners are Aug. 25, the Rev. J. E,. Each adult is asked to donate at Jordan Chapel Freewill Anniversary -
), ;. Drake Memorial, for the services sold every Saturday at the Jenkins will be the revivalist. $1 to offset the cost. See Mrs. Baptist Church, 3415 Grand The Sunday church, Aug.conference 17 at 3 p.m.

't of the pas tor' sAlde church for delivery call 758- You are invited to worshi]) Jones, Nealy, Seymour, John Avenue, Coconut Grove, Rev. be held Tuesday, Aug. 19 will at
Club. 1601. with us. son or Violet Wilson. I, H. Readon, pastor. 7:30;

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SOUTH DADE NEWS Minorities Have No SOy In Snenrlinn Of Catholic rhurrh'c BillionsNo I

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Family and friends of Carl -r---- "

M. Frierson of 17645 S. W. nation's more 47.5 than million 2,000 of the biennial convention to be held nation while they watch a A position paper will be released Sister Helen Kelley, pre-
Voyage are wishing her lots Catholics "determine In Los Angeles, Aug. 21-24. cathedral rise in San Fran- suggesting action to be sident of Immaculate Heartto

of luck as she leaves New York what, where who, "This leaves not many cisco, suburban churches take taken by the more than 150 Mary College in Los Angeles -
why and how
August 20th, aboard the MLS much" of their pieces and almost no action form in Chicago and a thou- Roman Catholic Interracial will deliver the keynote
Aurelia for a three day tour of dollars will church's be billions for the vast majority of the sand laymen fly to Rome for councils, human relations and address, according to James

of Paris. Then on to the Uni- asserts a document Issued spent, faithful, "charges the 11-page the consecration and elevationof urban organizations that make 'T. Harris, Jr., NCCU execu-

versity of Madrid, at Madrid by the National Catholic Con- paper, written by the NCCU Christ's bishops to the up the NCCU. tive director.The .
Spain for a year of study. ference for staff. role of advisor to the Pope," meeting will be held at
Carl, a junior at Bethune- Jus- The convention, titled "The says the paper. Among the speakers will be Loyola University and

Cookman College and a Spanish tice.The stewardship of power in the "This convention must address Rev. Jesse Jackson, directorof co-hosted by Marymount Col-
major is participating in "exercise of the ste- church: A piece of the action, itself to the resolutionof Operation Breadbasket; lege, Catholic Human Re-
the Associated mid-Florida wardship of religious power" "will deal with the social use this inequity in a spiritof Cesar Chavez, leader of the lations Council of Los Angelesand

Colleges Year Abroad program largely excludes the participation of religious economic power." fraternal love and charity," California grape boycott and the Los Angeles Associa-
and the social and eco- "The spiritual Rev. Lucius Walker, a key
She will return In June stewardship it urges. tion of Laymen.
nomic needs of the ,black in the movement for
1970 for her senior year at of structured religious bodiesis The convention will be addressed figure Registrations for the con-
brown, red and poor white not of prime concern to various of black reparations
Cookman. on aspects vention may be made in advance -
minorities, says the docu- the poor, to the minoritiesand the issue by civil rights,social Arthur A. Fletcher, assis- by writing convention
"' ment, prepared as a background to those who face star- action and government leaders tant secretary of labor, and coordinator Ken Cunniff at

paper for the KC1J vation, disease and ehumani- William H. Brown, m, chair- NCCIJ, 1307 S. Wabash Ave.,
ll ,
man of the U. S. Equal Em- Chicago, Dl, 60605.

NEW PROVIDENCE CHRISTIAN SCIENCE MILLROCK ployment Opportunity Com- The registration fee is $20,
mission will represent the with a complete package Including -

Rev. C. J. Burney, pastor "Soul" Is the subject of the federal government of the room and board avail-
Arsula Edwards, reporterWe Christian Science lessonsermon Rev. A.Jackson,pastor California meeting. able for $54.50.
E. Jackson reporterThe ----- --
are in the midst of our to be read Sunday,
pastor is asking all
i citywide revival, Aug. 1122. "How do you get along with members to remember
,t.. Be sure to come out and hear parents?" Is the subject for service
Sunday morning.
Evangelist Rev W. M. of ,.
;' Boyd discussion over radio station e ) Qsat
Be at the church at 7 '
a.m. we
Albany, Ga. You are invited to WMBM
Sunday at 1:45 p.m.on
will leave no later than 7:30
; each service during the re- the Bible to
Speaks you pro- ,
1' i a.m. in order to be back for
", .i.: gram.
Sunday School.
l ,. : Consecration hour of prayeris Fifth Church of Christ, 1600
JI <
.... held at the church 5 a.m. NW 54th St., extends a cordial
\ each Sunday. welcome to all.
Mrs. Lillie Harris of Per- ? 9 W{
rine, has as her houseguest for Rev. Cleo
Albury, pastor
the weekend, Dea.Louis Hose, LOVE AND CHARITY CONVENESIN B. Boney, reporterThe : j

Sis. Dorothy Hose, Ronnie soul winning committee
Hose, and Sis. Lue Wright,all NASSAUThe
will meet Friday at 8 p.m.
Elder J. W. Wilson and congregation would
of Groveland, Fla. Mrs. Harris' Condolences to the family of
guest also attended church General Grand Conven- in Washington, D. C. TheG.G. Sister Mary Boykin in the loss like to extend a warm and cordial invitation to all

services at Mt. Morlah. They I J tion of Love and Charity will officers are from Washington, of their loved one. of you to come and visit the church and enjoy the
of Mis- 'hold Its 53rd Biannual Session D. C.,Virginia, Maryland MI-
are members Homeny Coming soon! Family day, services.For .
:In Nassau, Bahamas, Aug. 19 ami and the Bahamas.BrotherW.
sionary Baptist Church, Rev. 23 you and your family are Invited your comfort, the church is fully air-con-,
with District No.3ashost
and his
Johnson entire
Wilder, pastor. to worship with us. ditioned. For convenience, we provide transportation
Tabernacle with your
Mr. & Mrs. Maliciah Evans W.C.Johnson membership are making prep-
of Climax, Ga. were the week- :]DGWS, John Burroughs GGWS. arations to entertain this convention for services to and from the church. Time:

end guest of Mr. Evans' mo- ... ..... which opens Monday MT.. CARMELRev. Thursday 8 p.m. and Sunday, 11 a.m. and 8 p.m.

ther, Mrs. Bennie Mae Jones, night, Aug 18.The banquet will For your added convenience, we have a wonderful

of Coconut Grove. Accompan- be held on Tuesday night. D. A. Bradley, pastor Sunday School service which we would like to have

ing the Evans Was Mrs.EliZabeth These are G. G. officers and Louise McGriff, reporterWe children with us each and Sunday.
your every
Fulgeor sister of delegates who will be leaving are still in our revival,
Richard Cooper of Perrine, here on Aug. 18: with Rev. Atchison of Mt.Cal- Phone: 6930481. Church: 9000 NW 20th Avenue.

John Burroughs, GGWS; vary presiding. prayer meet- YOUNGLAND U.S.A. Kindergarten Is open all sum-

Fla.Mrs.. Mari"'aUey Is confined Ellen Taylor GGWV; Pauline ing begins at 7 p.m. Come and 1 mer. We keep children from 6 months of age to 10

in Jackson Memorial Hos- Jones GGFS ; Vera E. Smith Join in with us. years of age. Call and Register Now. 6930481.
A F ,
pital. GGRS; George Hepburn GG
Assn't Chaplin; AugustClarke
TEMPLEThe Educational chairman; Ethel NEW MT. MORIAH -
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Johnson, co-chairman educa-

No. 1 Choir will cele- tion; Rev. H. W. Moss; Dele- Rev. A. L. Shipp, pastor FLOWERS BY MODERNDAY
brate its 38th anniversary on
gate Letisha dele-
Ferguson, Evelyn Souter, reporter
Sunday, Aug. 24. An elaborate' gate Lorean Gator, GG Board w. Speclallie In all Types Of Floral Designs

program Is being prepared for Directors. A. BasdenDGWS This Is the last week for our
Weddings Funerals Parties Bar Mitzvahs
the occasion. -
; .District 4.WATCH. revival, we are Inviting the I
The Male Chorus will sing at Decorators of Home Planters
I public to worship with us and
y both worship services this This G, G. body has as its OUT I hear our revivalist Rev. An- Give a Fin. Bouquet from MODERN DAYDAY:693.3971

i Sunday, and the singing groups' 1 e a d e r the honorably John derson of Palatka. Baptism : NIGHT: 154.1888
\will render service at I Burroughs who has Informedis
4 St.r FOR DUKE TASK Friday night after service.
Mary's WM Church at 4 p.mi that this would be one of the I 215 NORTHSIDE PLAZA I
b I est conventions in history. (Page 26)) The Sunday School will cele- NORTHSIDE SHOPPING CENTER
The[ headquarters are located brate their anniversary the

Revival Time .: fourth Sunday at 3 p.m. -- -

It's AgainYes revival time againat GroOPeflifl E
the Church of God Taber- fflfflffi I

nacle, located at 9000 NW 20

Ave., Aug. 25 at 7:30 nightly.
r Where you come as you are ROCK HARBOR

The revival will be con-
ducted by Elder A. Nance.ANNOUNCEMENT .


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:""" .'"" ./ I United States-The "First of 128 rather than 200 subjectsand VINCE COOPERAs

', Man On the Moon" postage will be issued In post office
stamp will be issued late next panes of 32 rather than the usual \
month to celebrate man's 50. I have had several inquiries vitamins, tranquilizers, etc. I

boldest mission into outer When this Jumbo size 10- about bone structurein is common, l
,2: Your here are Just a few Diarrhea very
space. cent air mall Moon Landing pups,
and can be cured by kas-pec- :
A die proof of this stamp, stamp goes on sale in late hints to develop your pup intoa tate available in any drug "
I, '. : I Weekly Horoscope attached to an envelope, was August, a replica of the moon large and healthy dog. The store. If diarrhea continues
"r"., taken to the moon and cancel landing cancellation will be main objective is to realize worms may be the cause and
(..) r, by OLGA led there by Astronauts Neil included In the Washington, that puppies need lots of cal- appropriate steps should be "
Armstrong and Edwin Aldrin. D.C. "First Day of Issue" cium. German Shepherds es-
78 39 It bears a cancellation reading postmark. pecially, as the calcium con taken.
22-84-05- tent of the not be Ecxzema stems from lack of
"Moon Landing U.S.A. July 'I Persons desiring first day body may
ARIES (March 21 April 19): Week ahead Is one for 20, 1969. "The moon explorers cancellations may send addressed enough to bring the ears erest. proper food and dogs having
self-examination, Aries. Especially on first day of week. also carred with them envelopes, togetherwith As in all dogs, at about four thinning of the hair should be I
Sort out values. Ask yourself where you are going, and the master die from which the a remittance to cover the months the teething period begins given rich meat uncooked and
why. Agonize if you must, but do It. Out of your agony printing plates will be made. cost of the stamps to be affixed the puppy or milk teeth plenty of vitamins.
should come greater self-knowledge. And as you know, The envelope travelledmore to the Postmaster, Wash are falling out one by one,and Dog bites should be treated
"knowledge is power." than a half million miles. ington, D.C.20013.Collectors adult teeth are coming in,this with soap and water and dres-
TAURUS (April 20-May 20): Oh, Taurus, those around This is the longest distance a should bear in mind that this requires lots of calcium. sed with any human ointment.

you, especially your family may make unusual demands piece of mail has ever tra is an unusually large stamp Calcium may be obtained by
upon you in days ahead. Financial as well as emotional veled. And this moon mail and, the mashing pictorial drinking lots of milk but milk Poisoning may occur fre-
demands. Give. but only to the point which you feel is was carried in less time than cancellation requires additional has a tendency to cause, diarrhea quently as we have several
reasonable. Don't make a door mat of yourself. Keep your the old at least sources from which it can
was required by Pony space. Aspace in some dogs. Fortunately
imagination under control as far as new adventure is such as frogs (some
express to deliver a pieceof 2-1/2" vertically; 3-1/4"horizontally there Is a product that ,
concerned. mail from St. Joseph, Missouri is required for affixing gives practically min kinds), bad meat, and envious
GEMINI ( 21-June 20) doesn't telling every
May : Olga enjoy
to induce vomitingwith
to Sacramento,California a single stamp in the people. Try
eral the requires called
you this Gem, but you must know that there is one who pup salt solution.
back in 1869. The hand a
Pony upper right corner and calcium phosphate powder
poses as your friend whose motives are questionable. Key ,
Express letter cost $5 a half the cancellation. When multiple available at most centers. different
pet several
word for week ahead is "caution. Keep secret plans Fits may have
secret. Keep eyes and ears open, but lips sealed. ounce. The "Moon Letter" stamps are requested, Here are a few problemsyou starting sources and
CANCER (June 21-July 22): You must force yourself to bears a 10-cent air mail additional space should be may run across in the should be kept cool and very

be more independent, ,Moonchild. Think your own stamp. left. Addresses should be course of j paring for your quiet, care must be taken not
thoughts, and then follow through. You are not a puppet, The postage stamp that placed as low as possibleRed dog, a little knowledge now to get bitten as the dog doesn't
you know, so avoid acting like one. Good week to renew salutes man's boldest adventure Book is the 5th in Best may save dollars in the future. recognize anyone.
old friendship with one whom you find interesting.LEO -.the moon landing--will Selling Non-Fiction. Stop at Always remember that most

(July 23-August 22): Whoopee, Leo, this is your rack up enormous sales,P.M. your favority coin ,shop or canine medications are derived Should such and emergency
i week to really live. Your energy cycle should be high. G. Blount has announced. Requests Department Store and r m sure from their human counter- arise, and you feel Incapableof
r Follow your hunches. If you are married, think thrice for first day covers are you will find it In plain view. part. For example, aspirin, handling the situation pleasedo
:: before entering Into any relationship of a clandestinenature. pouring into the Post Office in From the Turks and Caicos not hesitate to call our ser

If single, live it up. Washington from all parts of Islands comes the news that vice for help, both James andI
VIRGO (August 23-September 22): Change is the world, and indications are on August 19th, the first coin of Proof drowns will be struckin are avaiable anytime, day or
everywhere, Virgo. You are entering into a period of that when the moon stamp is issued for the Islands will Cupro-nlckel. night, to help you and your dog.
greater personal freedom. Your energy cycle will be high. issued in August all Recordswill be released. This coin, in all Additional Information on
However, Olga suggests that you make arrangements to be shattered.It probability, will be the last I this and other coins may be 'Next week: Fact and fiction
spend some time alone. You need an emotional breather.If will be 50 percent larger coin to be minted with a value secured by writing to World about attack dogs.
possible, take a little trip. than the regular commemora- expressed in Shillings. In Proof Numisamatic Association
LIBRA ( 23-October 22): High cycle in week Call questions toCooper
September tives. Because of Its size the addition to a minting of ordinary 1429 HawthorneSt.,
ahead Libra. Romantic interlude is favored. Stimulatingperson Canine Service 6912643.
stamp will be printed in sheets coins, a limited quantity Pittsburgh, pa. 15201. ,
may enter the picture. You are not frail, so go .r -
ahead and venture out in emotional climate. ,
SCORPIO (October 23-November 21): Don't be

stubborn as far as change is concerned during first part of CLUE ROGERS RETURNS TO FIVE GONE THROUGH T m
week, Scorp. If interesting opportunity presents 'itself, HIS OFFICE AND GASPS / PAPERS AND' /FIX YOU r
snap it up. You may not get another chance. As week :I: HAVE JUSTNOSEY.'I '
progresses, dormant energy returns Don't fear to,lunge ABOUT ALL THE
into uncharted areasSAGITTARIUS TASK FACTS I NEED,
(November 22-December21): Shake the HEW MR. CRIME KINGNAPPEO
shackles which bind Sag. 'Accept invitations which are WHAT THE THE
sure to come your way. What you feel you want and needis WHO ?? NAME!
not out of reach. Understand this and act accordingly.
CAPRICORN, (December 22.January 19): There will be a
"joining" of some nature in week ahead Cap. It may be
financial. On the other hand, it may be, of a romantic
nature. Avoid tendency to go "halfway.'Spend.
AQUARIUS (January 20-February 18): Now listen here,
Aquarius, if you are ever going to arrive at a solution to a B"y ,
J problem which has been troubling you, you are going to
have to compromise. Pressures are building, and you' V@RIAIHAMEl
/ would be wise not to postpone decisions. G iS ir t
r PISCES (February 19-March 20): Your inability to (
communicate with one you love may put you In a bind in
week ahead. Stop mumbling platitudes and say what you
really mean. Clear the air. Do this and tensions will

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Total Stygian blackness is dwarfed by their great deed MOTHER ANN
Born into a caste Their place in history stands secure
Prejudicely cast aside the Spiritual Reader and AdvisorAre
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We're never out of prison "Any where In the world you facing difficult problems? Poor Health? .
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The world of blackness we dominate ;for all the world to see new way of help. Also your lucky days and lucky
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28 THE MIAMI TIMES, Friday, August 15, 1969ir
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Many Jobs Available: At New Race Track

HMY But the most straight, by hitting with a ;
In the past few editions of when you consider, that if you marking and sex. strap
: is the number those that like to
linger etc.
can Important thing, ,
The Miami Times, we have make a mistake, you
inside his lip. A good starter will tell each I::1}
mind by tattooed upper
tried t6 impress upon the black always change your
TIME"I Irv This must correspond the and every assistant starter
[man, the fact that he can do looking at the pictures. '
something beside push a Paddock judge: This is one number on the foal certificate. just what to do to each horse.
t broom, empty trash cans or of, the more important positions Assistant starters: Many a There are a few more positions 'i I'
PHIL DIXON lost in the start that should be to the
become a wash room atten- around a I race meet, race is won or open u
_ i that needs no other qualitiesthan ing gate. In order to have a black man: at the new,track n
.. dant.When the new track opens in the fact that you can read fair start, you must have a when it is open. But in the ,
Charity really begins at home. By now, everyone Including Opa-locka next May, we wantto and are not afraid of skittish good starter and several very meantime I think that we }
George Wilson know the Dolphins still lack that offensive depth. be able to tell Mr. Steve horses. When the horses for good assistant starters.These should also try to impress
The defense had to work overtime to even keep the score re- Calder that we are Just as each race are brought to the are the men you see scramble- upon the owners of Tropical
spectfully. If the Dolphins are to make any kind of showing In ready and Just as able as the is the man ing in, on around and in back of Park, Hialeah and Gulf-
the league this year, they must find some way of scoring. A white man to hold some of who mustdveriifyy that it is the the starting gate Just before a stream, along with all the dog
defensive game is an exciting one; but football is still a spec- these more important posi right animal. This is done by race is run. It is their dutyto tracks, that there are plentyof
tators sport and the run from scrimmage or the long pass Is tions. We have shown Just how comparing certain markingson see that every horse gets off positions that could be filled
still what the average fan comes to see. Again I must remind little qualifications are need- the animal with the description to a fair,start, this is aone by with the utmost confidence by
everyone that these are still exhibition games; and a lot of ed, to be a seller,or a cashier, you have as to color, holding some horses' heads us.
experimenting goes on. .or an admissions clerkoreven
While on the subject of football, I might add that Leroy a clerk of scales. Todaywe
Keyes, is the only first: round draft pick that has not come shall endeavor to show a
to terms with a club. I don't know Mr. Keyes' asking price; few more positions, that could
but 'I personally think that he will be worth it to his club. If be filled by qualified black
the rumors are true that the commissioner helped in the ne- men.

") gotiations with Mr. Simpson; why not Mr. Keyes? Stall man: This is a position
Last week, the City of Miami' had its amateur baseball that is equal to a desk clerkin rr
championship, play-offs. General tire, a team managed by a first class hotel. order
Jesse Campbell, won the play-off in two straight games.,They to run a race meet, you must \
had lot of from their Fort Lauderdale who
a help opponents, ,
h a v e horses. The owner or
got rattled and booted the games away. Jesse, baseball buff
trainer of said horses appliesfor iY
from way back, says that now he plans a trip to the islands fora a stall, for each of his 'r
couple of games.My Congrats to the entire general tire team. charges. If his application is
While on the subject of baseball play-offs, I wish someone approved he is sent a confirmation
could give me an idea of how the national league, western division by the racing secretaryof
will be decided. The way the teams stand now anyoneof said meet for a certain .
five teams could win the division. Pveseen tight races before amount of stalls and track 'f
; but never nothing like this. I like the Braves to meet the rooms. When the horses are A,

f Cubs. shipped in from another track
Now that "cooking with butter"has made its debut, I feel as
they are placed In the stalls
: though a lot more things will be said that need to be said. whicn to
are on a lISt given
Milt Smith has never been a to not something to
person say the stall man before hand. He a ii iiMorgan
i anyone that needed saying. My congrats to the "Butter"; andI must also be certain thai one
know he will be an asset to the Times staff. horse is not substituted for _
I Sport of the week: Jimmy Warren -, a good game Jim, I another. If a horse is claimedor
I think you are 99%; even though you played at 110%. changes hands during the
) Chumbs of the week: Dick Butkus, John Johnson and Larry meet he must make room for

Little even though you guys put life into, the game, I suggestthe him, so it is not wise to fill
next time six ounce gloves.
use all the stalls in the beginning.
Until after the next Fll depend on remaining a
game, you Most
Placing judge: people
good sport. And Grambling In Invitational ClassicAt
who attend races are unawareof
the fact, that the camera
does not give the official results a recent press party in New York City, Inspector Arthur Hill of the

Coconut Grove Gets of each race.The horses New York city Police Department, Miss Elizabeth Robinson, Jackie Robinson,

I are placed in their positions, and Alonzo S.. "Jake" Gaitherpresident of the Football Coaches Foundationand

Black Sanitation Inspector fourth either by first human, second beings, third,knownas or ;: head coach for Florida A&M University, join to discuss the upcoming In- t

placing Judges, who only vitational Football Classic, to be held September 20, at Yankee Stadium, in

It It rewarding to visit your Though he has been on the joba use the camera affirm their New York City. The game will be a rematch of the Morgan State "Bears"

Neighborhood EOPI Centerand short time, improvementsin decisions. In the event of a versus the Grambling College "Tigers" and all proceeds will be used to help
to become aware of the the sanitary conditions of camera failure, the word of
I from low selected charities -
educationally deprived youth income areas through
many opportunities available the community are noticeable these men would be final.This
Just for the asking. J? not such a hard Job to do of the National Urban League.
Mr. Christie received his ,
_._. _.. ___. ... .. ..u.._.u education at George Washington -

High Carver School.Elementary He attended and Fla.Sr. Allapattah Gets Charter For .

A&M University and is a Police And Fireman I.
former member'of the Neighborhood -
Khoury League
Center Advisory 'Good Make .
Board.He Guys' Big -
A 11 asa tt a h's Community years old, which will play in

is the proud father of Hit With Kids School has just received a a central league at Flagami
three children and husband of -. .- charter for a Khoury Base- Field, but will represent the

the former Miss'Mytle priceof Miami Police Chief BernardL. Every Friday during the ball League that will have Allapattah Khoury League.
Tallahassee. The Christieswere Garmire, had recently ini- summer, the children will its beginning next spring, Games will be played at
one of the qualified families tiated a summer police com have an opportunity to see a 196970. This Khouryleague, Manor Park during the day
who had been successfulin munity program in Liberty different demonstration by the known as Allapattah Khoury only, and the target date for
F purchasing a home throughthe City. The program became so Miami Police and Fire Depts. League will have Lucious opening the league is sche-
assistance of our housing successful that the "Good Included in the demonstrations Jackson as its President and duled for the second Mondayin

} counselor under the 221 gov- guys" of the Miami Police will be the K-9, mounted patrol Lenny Booth, head baseball May. The league will
ernment program. Dept. will coordinate a similar motorcycle squad, uniformed coach at Miami Jackson Senior run thru the second week in
with the concerned High School, as its com August.
3 CHARLES B. CHRISTIE program radio patrol,and vari-
parents of the central down- ous apparatus of the Miami missioner.
i The two most important SwimmingLessons town community.On Fire Department. There will be four different Coaches and umpires will
Y problems that-confront. most Af Friday,August 8 between All-the children will receive groups in the league. Each be baseball players from
3 communities are housing and 10 a.m. to 12 noon, uniformed "be a good guy" pins and have group will be made up of four Miami Jackson, Northwesternand
sanitation. The citizens of Coconut 1,1athesonHammock policemen visited the housingand an opportunity to ask the men teams with 13 players on a Miami Dade Jr. College,
Grove are ,seeing the urban development officeat questions about their jobs and team: Atoms,7-8 years; Ban, north and south campuses.For .
I familiar face of Mr. Charles 1941 NW 4th Ct. The Dade equipment.As tams, 9-10; Midgets, 11-12; any additional information -
B. Christie,Sanitation Inspector. Pre school and adult swim- County Public Safety Dept. and Juniors, 13-14. call Lucious Jackson at
I Before being promoted to ming lessons will be continuedat landed their police helicopter, a special surprise on There will be one other Allapattah Junior High School,
T this position,Mr.Christie was Matheson Hammock begin- and the Miami Police K-9 unit Friday, August 8 Chief Bernard team, the Juveniles, 15-17 634-9787.
the first Negro Vehicle Examiner demonstrated the many uses L. Garmjre was presentto ...
ning Monday August 25. The
; he held this position of the police dogs. talk with the children.
classes will be held every .
l for two years. Later he was .
: morning Monday Friday
promoted to the position of, from, 9-12 noon. Registration Edison-Little River
... Meter Reader for the Water for the classes will be Sat
i Department. Mr.Christie took urday morning August 23 at Child Opportunity Centerand
over his new official positionin Matheson near the refresh 24 .
May. ment stand. The lessons are It's graduation time at the would like to say to the LYSATURDAY
I I sponsored by Dade County Edison-Little River Child Opportunity graduates certainly this is just + sVii
) After assuming his new position Park and Recreation Depart. Center. the beginning there is more in 8:00 P.MjgfejT

\ he and his supervisor, ment and are free. For further Sunday, Aug. 17 will be the the future for you, therefore )',, 3
I Mr. George W. Barnes, con. Information call Bobb Miller first graduation exercise held strive hard, for it is yours to
I- I Mrs. Armbrister,
tacted 371-3531. at thi s center and first grad- have. ;
Housing Counselor at the Coconut uation exercise for some of the The graduating class wishesto t Doubleheader/
Grove Neighborhood extend an invitation to
1 parents '
to inform her of Mr.Christie's youngsters attending thiscen- :75 & 8 P.M. ..vr
Center, LUCKY lENNY'SWEEKlY'REPORT ter. Theme:'just the begin- friends and the public, :n ,
position in the com Sunday, Aug. 17, 4 p.m. at BIG
i munity. ning.The Edison-Little River Child Opportunity -
Ed Iso n- Little River Center, 4900 NW 2nd
Mr. Christie works cooper- Puerto Rico 42-05-81 Child Opportunity staff would
atively with thedifferent public Doj Days 0867.41 like 'to express warm wishesto Ave.Open house will also be held

agencies In the community. the 1969 graduation class,. at this time.

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MIAMI TIMES, Friday, August 15, 19699

3 B fl a a'ftmvmmn' a m iI D nTh u "CEP's Top Mother"Lucy

I Kaleidoscope i A. Carey, 38, a native @
* MIamian and a mother of eleven REPORTSBY
By ROBERT J. SYE children, lives with her
ftJUUUUULf J.t.tg B B BBt m o t n p o o o p i) o oj.j family in Opa-locka. She attended -
Washington HALEY SOFGE
Never has Harry Belafonte been
so together. His openingat
Carver High School and also
Los Angeles' Greek Theatre Thursday night was super- attended Morris Brown College Director of Dade County Department of
soulful a manifestation of a
emancipated genuls-talent. .
in Atlanta
From the moment Belafonte moved Housing and Urban Development
stage center,clad In a hip- Lucy has been employed by .k --
hugging white-belted shirt and a pair of snug fitting bell
bottom trousers he electrified the outdoor the Concentrated Employment Mrs. Bernice Reed, of NW 59th Terr., recently wrote this
audience.He sang,
Program since October of 68.
told Jokes and Introduced his find of '69, pat Austin. The She was a coach and since that Department:
show was "boss." Celebs mesmersized by Belafonte's time ha been promoted to the "I cannot find words enough to express my gratitude for the
performance were John Levy's wife, Gall Fisher of"Mannix" position of lead coach Mrs. wonderful Job you and your department made possible to upliftmy
with Jim Mackrel, Diahann Carroll leading Don Marshall,Tom Carey has the responsibility home. So will Just say thank you so very much and may
and Dick Smothers the Greg Morrises Mira Waters and Joe of recruiting people in the Urban Renewal Development Program make many more people

Heartsfield and(dig this,the"star"who,several months ago, Model City area, for various happy like it has made me happy."
instituted a suit against a Hollywood Fan magazine for allud- ..... '
training programs;if for some -g.I"'C.- Before the end of this year the Neighborhood Development
ing that she was romantically interested inblackactor Sidney reason an enrollee has a prob- LUCY CAWtY Program (NDP), through its rehabilitation activity, hopes to
PoWer)Julie Andrews. .But Belafonte
maintained his cool
lem Is in "
or trouble, it's up find this community full of"Bernice Reeds.
and was cordial to Miss A. Blake Edwards and Edwards'
to the coach to lend what ever James A. Carey an air con-
daughter to fact, he smiled and talked about their up coming assistance, possible.. ditioner specialist; they both Rehabilitation is a method by which home owners in low Income -
special to be televised in October .. One that'll reportedlyblow Mrs. Carey is marred to enjoy bowling and fishing. neighborhoods can repair and improve their property,
the covers off of Mary Poppins" .. God, as he is cal- both by direct gifts of money, or by: long termloans., Our goalis
led by his friends is penning autobiography tenatively en- to conserve and restore neighborhoods to livable conditions.
titled "The Cambridge Position Papers". GC is writing his
life's story between takes of"Cotton Goes to Harlem" in New State And localGovernments Through Irving D. Tubbs, the rehabilitation officer we are
York active in the NDP areas in Coconut Grove,Edison Park, Semi-
nola, South Miami, Perrine Goulds and model Cities?'
Mary Wilson of the Supremes is yet immersed with Welsch
How do you find out whether you are eligible, as a homeowner -
singer Tom Jones," but being the lady she is, she will con- for assistance? That's easy. Visit your NDP office
tinue to love from afar Tom is much married and has a Job where Rehabilitation Advisors are working closely with Pro-
daughter. Ergo the smoldering embers can only warm the To Assure Equal ject Area Committees.
heart. ..Not so with Bill Medley and Darlene; they love openly -
..n's disheartening to watch the talent that's set for "The You will be given an Inspection report which lists repairs
Leslie Uggams Show"...It reminds one of the story of "Aunt Opportunitieslocal necessary to bring your property up to a long term standard
Jemima", who was duped for her recipe for pancakes condition. Primary attention is given to safety and sanitary
Since negatives are prevalent what about the Lalnie Kazan WASHINGTON. C.-The' government employeesand factors such as wiring,plumbing heating and structural sound-
incident? Miss Kazan is a stallion with a rider like Roger U. S. Commission on Civil the increased role of these ness along with general appearance. If rehabilitation is foundto
Cowan, but isn't it good PR to let Tonto, at least hear the Rights declared this week that governments in the lives of be feasible you will be given some idea of costs, and assistance -
hoofbeats of Silver? Yes,it is. But the PR people of Cen- State and local governmentshave their citizens, the Commis- with funding The Rehab staff aids with architectural
tury Plaza's Westside Room, didn't want black Journalists to failed to assure equal Job sion warned that a major effort advice, assists in selecting a reputable contractor and provides
hear Miss Kazan's "Thrush". opportunities to members of to resolve the domestic inspection service while the work is being performed.The .
minority groups and recom- crisis facing this nation must
be made at the state and local program is six months old and we established as our
Bill CosbY'has completed four segs of his series and according mended that Congress
first goal the complete rehabilitation of 395 structures in the
the Civil Rights Act of 1964 to levels.
to Cecil Smith, the only invited newspaper person
"Cosby's involvement may well Involve the nation." .If bring these now exempt gov- If such efforts are to be successful seven NDP areas. How are we doing?

not the nation it has involved his thousand of admirers and ernments under the nondiscrimination "Minority group Mr. Tubbs has informed me, as of the end of the week, that
friends Speaking of friends the Cosbys and Clarance in employment members share the role of the 18 structures already have been completely renovated;!6 are
Williams DI of the Mod Squad" an Gloria Foster will trek off requirements of that act. civil servant on an equal basis under re-construction, and 92 other requests for assistanceare
to Paris next week forabrief vacation Cosby says that he and play a key part in the being processed as rapidly as possible. This meansthat
will work some -- in Paris?... In spite of production and directing It also noted that the Federal search for lasting solutions," 126 structures, or almost one-third of our goal, are either
infirmities Otis Young's stereotype drama? is alive Government has itself "failed the Commission said. approved or being procflssed.
and well at the Oxford Theatre--o everybody's surprise. to exert leadership to protectthe In terms of what has actually -
And, after the Dan Sullivan's spread-review in the L.A. Times rights of minority group occurred however the One of our problems is getting homeowners to accept this
Sunday It's up up and away. Della Reese, the most beautiful members in State and localgovernment" study showed that even where program. Some think there is a catch",others Just don't knowif .
and effervescent black talent In television is growing and recom- members of minority groups they qualify. Again the best way to find out if you qualify "

both in popularity and talent: Example: Last week she polled mended the passage of legislation -, hold high salaried decision- to seek out the Rehab Advisor in your. project area., ,

more votes in Los Angeles' 'black community than did SammyDavis' authorizing the with- making Jobs In State and local Believe me, there's no catch. The Rehab Grant provides fora
entire Fred Williamson formerly called the of Federal funds from governments they often work
run holding direct grant or gift to a low-incomer owner-occupant of a
"Hammer" of the Kansas City Chiefs is dickering with Uni- any State or local public only with the problems of minority one to four unit dwelling where the structure is still basically'

versal, for a contract that just might" rival that of SP. agency discriminating againstany groups and their con sound. The amount of the grant can be for the cost of the work
Jim Brown Hollywood's most productive black actor, has yet employee or Job applicantwho tacts are largely limited to needed, up to $3,000. No strings.
another dimension: He not only acts well, plays chess brilliantly is, or would be compen- these groups.
is hell of basketball lover but sated In involved For State and local govern-
a a player, a more part by, or ,
The Rehab loan is a long term, low interest loan, available
the Commission
ments rec-
importantly, he is a man's best friend. Imagine having in administering programs or
to homeowners who are within certain income limits. And
ommended the adoption and
such people as Bill Russell, Timmie Brown, Marc Hanniball activities assisted by such
again we suggest seek out the Rehab Advisor.
Cookie Gllchrlst, and Booker Griffin "drop in Just to be in funds. maintenance of programs of you

your company?" .n'sa gasll!!Jim has to have more friends employment equality that
than any other talent in the Industry. Plus,he's one of the top These recommendationsare would assure that current em- Good neighbors ought to be willing to upgrade the standardsof
ployment practices are nondiscriminatory their neighborhoods. Help is available, if you as a homeowner -
economic minds anywhere Lincoln Kilpatrick, who kills among a number containedin
and that the will take the time, and a little bit of patience to learn
Barbara McNair in Harold Robbins' "Stilleto", Is making it a Commission study of public -
big now. He's currently doing a seg in Uni's "Name of the employment In seven continuing effects of past dis- that conservation is far more desirable than clearance.Our .
Game". Kill'm Kilpatrick. Lillian Layman Is a singer metropolitan areas that revealed crimination are undone. goal is to help every"Bernlce Reed" in the community.

who should become a great actress; she has the insurance, the presence of discriminatory -
or is it assurance. Whatever she has it. Lola Falanais elements in State

set for a seg of"FBr"'Golden Boy" Lola, seemingly, and local government per-
will be the first black sex-symbol since Dorothy Dandridge sonnel systems which restrict CLEARANCE .
and a welcome sight she will be And, ril be a most un- opportunities for minority t.} 1

welcomed one. groups

Entitled "For All The People

By all the people",the
study found that members of
minority groups were concen-
trated in low paying low-skil -
led Jobs with limited oppor-
If' You're From tunity for advancement. In RUGS

I many localities they are Yv .. w..M.. .w ....v.

Georgiaor I denied government access Jobs to and responsible are to- 10 HIGH FASHION COLORSNow

tally excluded from employ-
West Florida ment except totee most menial apartment is the with time these to spruce beautiful up your plushy home rugs.or $

capacities. Add a bright note with such colors as: Lime, 995 $2 995
Bright Gold Clear Blue Fuchsia, Olive. Orange *
to the
Calling Avocado, Pink, Baby Blue, or Antique to
growing number of State and Gold. Supply limited.



Death Ally you where wont In to tho go"TICKETSCOfT world Stunning Spanish Gold Heavy HI-U Nylon $ 7.90 $ 4.10 f\
Special 3'6"x3' BoautlfulGr..n Mist Heat Sot Twist Nylon 10.95 4.35
4'6Mx2'3" Exciting Blue/Green Wid. Striped Loop Pllt Nylon 15.00 7.50
NO MORE *r 7'9"x5. Striking Ton.-on-Ton. Beige Tip Sheared Sculptured Nylon 39.0019.00
7fx4'7" Luxurious Martini Random Sheared Heavy Wool 47.40' 21.00
Benefits 8'x7' Lov.ly Mocha Beige Tip Sheared HI-Lo Nylon 43.00 24.00
te11Iftft'TUYeL 10'x54" Decorative Royal Blue Random Sheared Nylon 42.55 29.9S
4UIUI"Your I' 7'x8"x7f Elegant American Floral Pink & Whit. Nylonl Axmlnstor 61.00 34.00

For further information Neighborhood Trov.l ,
.i '
neor to you of your j
telephone. Clvo ui a call.
WE DELIVER. 754-3517. z 741 N.W. 54 Street
691-7661 4105 HW 7th Avenue
Call Chas. C. North, Manager PH. 754.5561


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30 THE MIAMI TIMES. Friday, August 15, 1969

#.. 73 Returns From Camp Sebring I
Boyscout Troop 73 sponsored since the scoutmaster,Her ory Amos, Collyer Ammons,

CCLASSIFIED by Frank C. Martin Ele- bert Ammons, was employedat John Gore, Franklin Mingle-

I. mentary School in Richmond the camp for the summer. dorf, Rodrick Dowston, Keith

20 WORDS OR LESS $2.00. IOC FOR EACH ADDITIONAL :.VORD. Heights returned home after Experiences in the use of Tribble, James Simmons,Anthony -

DEADLINE FOR CLASSIFIED ADS TUESDAY 61M. an exciting and enjoyable weekat the rifle, swimming (quarter Stiles and Henry Wright.

r -....... Camp Sebring (Aug. 3-9)). mile and the mile), archery, One of the scouts, Collyer
FOR RENT Committeeman, Rufus Trib- and nature study were enjoy- Ammons, also attended the
FOR SALEPSSSSSSTTTTIII and national Jamboree held in Far-
FOR SALE STORE FOR RENT ble, accompanied them ed.Scouts

3 BEDROOMS BATHS 7300 NW 7th Avenue. For offices was in charge of the group, attending were Greg, ragut Park, Idaho, July 13-24.

This large home in a split level CBS, nice area, four real bed or stores, light com-

arrangement for bedroomarea rooms, 2 real baths.No qualifying mercial use, size 25x35.$100

with a large Fla. room, $1,500 down, move month plus security 759-2425 Primary C Announces Tournament

garage, fenced yard, located quickly, this one will not last. A. Ben-Kori, Realtor. I.

In the heart Allapattah.Near Aetna RealtyBroker( ), 811 NW -HELP' WANTED Activities

schools, buses, etc. On a lot 54th St. Phone: 7575724. .. -
There is evidence indicat- mary "C" Community School rence, Everette Stewart,Ear-
60 x 140.Priced at$22-
East of Modern 3 I ing an increasing concern, which Includes: Mrs. Helen nest Rolle, and Franklin Clark
800. (Veterans down payment expressway. Part-time; will teach laundry I
vets bedroom 2 bath Fla. awareness and involvement on Lee, B. Burns, Matthew Law- community school director.
$1200)). Non slightly high- CBS. work. 3400 NE 2nd Avenue.
er. Shown by appointment only. room, fenced yard, tile roof, the part of the children and

Call us for all information, hardwood floors, $800 down WANTED MALE parents that use the facilities Fox Named Assistant

Fenster Realty, Broker 759- with FHA terms. Tubin Realtors College student to help driveto at Primary 'C' Community Capt. ,

8779. ,. 10035 NW 7th Ave. Ph: Michigan (9-5-69))6917970MISCELLANEOUS School. This summer has been I
7584429.By one of the most enjoyable? ,because Police Chief

"FHA"BEAUTIFUL of the many persons

HOME $16,000. Large 3 participating in the many activities -
owner. Miami Police Chief BernardL many administrative innova-
2 bedroom home plus garage, bedroom CBS modern kitchen, MOTHER MARY,miracle here. Parents were Garmire announced last tions that have been adaptedby
located in the heart of 2 screened The lady from the really interested, and cooper-
Manor porches, garage, Wednesday the promotion of this department, and one
Park area. Close to schools $2,000 down assume 5 1/4% land. Gifted reader'and advi-, ated one hundred percent with Capt. Kenneth E. Foxtoassistant of his main responsibilities
and shopping large enough mortgage. No qualifying. 635- sor will solve any problemsyou the program.
have No matter what chief of administration.The has been administering a
that It may be used as a three 2316. such t love Vast interest occured new assistant chief was seven million dollar police
problems as marriage -
bedroom home. Wall to wall parents an students won
appointed to the Miami Police budget.
health luck etc. She
carpets, plus many fine fea- 2485 NW 57th St. CBS, one prizes in our community Department in 1949 and
invites you to come ,and see Chief Fox is a graduate of
tures, shown by appointmentonly. house has 9 rooms and other school field day program. graduation from the palice
her at her home.She will heal
Priced: $18,250. Rea- one room studio. By owner. Over 120 children took part in academy was assigned to Northwestern UniversityTraffic
the sick reunite the long lost
Institute and holds a
sonable down Drive card
payment. ping-pong
playing, the traffic section. He was
one's. For appointmentcall
i by 1321 NW 55th Terrace, '62 T Bird. GOOs'shape. $300 691-9700 located at 2630 checkers, and nok-hockey promoted to sergeant in 1956 Bachelor of Business Administration
then call Fenster Realty, 691-7970. tournaments. Activities Included degree in manage-
in 1962
and lieutenant servingin
NW 62nd St. (Aug. 15))
Broker, 759-8779., Softball throws,bas- a variety of supervisory ment from the University of

ketball, football (punting and positions within the patrol Miami where he graduatedcum

FOR RENT L.KINGGeneral passing), dancing(creativeand section. In 1967 again he was laude.
i 2 BUILDINGS PROPERTY Rooms. Single men only.Must social. promoted to captain and has His new duties as adminis-

LARGE CORNER 110 x 120 be over 35 years of age. No Many children en joyed a leisurely held the position of supervisor trative chief will include headof

I I SUITABLE FOR BUSINESS drunks Phone 696-8868. day watching tele- within the research sec- the research, personnel,

vision, reading magazines and tion for the last seven years. t training and services sec-
CHURCH OR PROFESSIONAL> Studioapartment for 2.private Hauling just enjoying the general comfort He has been responsible for, tions.
Presently a going business on
entrances, and bath.Refrigerator of the building.
property that can be converted but no cooking. 925 NV' 1401 N.W. 2 Youth Rob Kwik-Chek I
to suit. Drive by 1501 NW 1511 .
52nd Street. Phone 757-4767.
51st Terrace. Many students will receive
: NW 54th Street then call for Two armed men robbed the 25, told them he was in his
trophies and certificates of
I all information about property Room. Privilege of home life. Phone, merit at our community school Kwlk-Chek market at 4601 office when he was Jabbed in

Fenster Realty Broker7598'l'l9. Prefer a nice, honest man. 6963698FOR first annual luncheon, which NW 167th Street Monday and the neck with a pistol and
escaped with from the ordered to the
Call 757-5697. money empty safe.
will be held Friday, Aug. 15,
store's safe and five cash looked
He around and sawa
SMALL DUPLEX at 12 p.m. This luncheon Is
Room for rent. Musthavereferences. SALE registers. The amount stolenwas black youth holding a pistol.
1 bedroom each. Asbestoes sponsored by the staff at Pri- .
Excellent Telephone 691-3296. J.ots. Street to Street undetermined', Then there was a shot, and
sidings. condition.
50x210 I I Metro police said the store the manager saw that anotherman
$9,950 firm. 2263 NW 80th St. Old House & Lot $4,406.00
Mr. O'Neal 642-1410. 1 bedroom cottage.Completely LIFE GUARDS manager Lawrence Petroski, about the same age, had tI
BARON 538.1340
furnished. Good surroundings fired into the ceiling and was
Cash Paid for Full and part time opportunity l!
-VACANT' $16.50 per week.2370 NW 59th t I at Dade Agency RobbedTwo ,1 making the cashiers empty
Street. Apply at 1058 NW 39th their registers into a bag
St. Phone NE 5-8915. County, Parks and Re- young men held up the
2476 NW 101st 4
baths St. bedrooms, CALLINGRICHMOND creation Dept. 50 SW Wombie's Auto Tag Agency, ANNOUNCEMENTMr.

$1,500down FHA. 1 bedroom furnished apartment 32nd Road. ( )., 744 NW 54th Street, shortly
Saunders: Broker, 238-3604., l. and Mrs. P. N. Black-
before 1 and
for'a' middle age single MIAMI, HOMESTEAD, p.m. Monday mon announce the marriage of
lo- escaped with more than
A 1961 Lincoln working man.Conveniently OPA-LOCKA sister
Continental their Harriet L.
fora $1,300, Miami police said..
air-conditioned, well kept and cated. Also a large room N E EDEDI Manag.,., tale._ Thomas of New York to Dr.
One: of the youths was armed
clean. All power.1 Sacrifice man. Apartment $17 per women. We will train you BILL COSBY B. H. Atkinson, Jr. of Miami.
week. Room $12 per week.Pay for positions with distri with a small caliber hand
$1100.00. anytime 448- butors of Holiday Magic The wedding took place Aug.
two weeks in advance and pay gun
7624. Cosmetics products Full HOUSES! 10 In Montego Bay Jamaica.
i rent weekly. To see, Call NE or part-time. Small Investment
4 -
<< 3 rooms of furniture portable 5-4805 between 2 p.m. and 7p.m. brings you generous Green A shocking Powerturned expose of how MALE LAUNDRY HELP
commsslon, unusual Cosby'sBlack
op -
Philco TV and RCA hi-fi.Rea- portunity In AmerIca. Fastest Power into Jim Crow Loaders, pullers, extractor operators. Good

\ sonable. Call after 6 p.m.633- growing consumer In- PowerlIn I yvages. Production bonus. Excellent company
Room. Single' man only. $14 '
2904. dustry. Must have good appearance benefits.Paid
per week. Deposit required. and Intelligentmanner. vacation. Permanent job. Must

.1712 NW 30th Street CBS, Call 691-6215. the same issue: be 18 or over. Apply in ,mornings. No phone

tile roof, oak floors, two bed- For AppointmentCall THE KIND OF MEN calls please. Ask for Mr. Findley, National

rooms, Fla. room,FHA terms Nice furnished room in private after 5 p.m. BLACK WOMEN GO FOR Linen Service, 1950 NW 1st Avenue.
home. Single settled man.759- MR. SAWYER
purchase price$15,500,seller

pays closing costs. See today, 9183. 634-9024 THE FUNNY WORLDOF

bring your deposit! Aetna Room is quiet home.Adult man STU GILLIAM FEMALE LAUNDRY HELP
Realty (Broker), 811 NW 54th Flat work feeders
folders. Good
only. $13 week. 1012 NW 75th wages. Excellent -
St. Phone
757-5724. Street. Building "OH HAPPY DAY!" company benefits. Paid vacation.,

!I 1415-17 NW 58th Terrace- The Edwin Hawkins Sing. Must be 18 or over. Apply between 10 a.m. &

Duplex, 2 bedroom, 1 bath and Room in private home for a Maintenance'Worker' ers,for better and for worse 5 p.m. No phone calls please jiotionaLUrl!.__. _

___ ,1 ,..Ltottu-FHA-ap-. ,'clean 69r0425--, middle age' wprkln ..lady SEE IT IN AUGUST en Service T950 NW 1st ,Ave. Ask for Mr.

praisal $19,500, seller pays Findley.
all closing costs. Live in one
\ Room for one man. Call after NORTH MIAMI & SEPIAnow
side, let the other side pay
7 p.m. 691-8159. DOWNTOWN OFFICES
your mortgage. Hurry!Hurry!
at newsstand!!
( Hurry! Aetna Realty (Broker) your Help Wanted
1 811 NW 54th St. Phone: 757- HELP WANTED Excellent Starting Salary..

,I 5724. Experienced invoice clerk, An opportunity for advance

Must be able to type, use ad- ment. BANK

145 NW 64th Street CBS tile ding machine and spirit dupli- WE OFFER: REPOSSESSIONS

I f' roof, completely furnished, 2 cating machine. Apply Bar-, Profit Sharing 1967 Cadillac HandymanSTART
bedroom, carport, nice area. field, 4101 ,NW 29th St. 7:45 Life: Insurance Sedan

I Total price $16,000, assume to 4:30: p.m. Monday thru Fri- Hospitalization Retirement Plan Insurance Deville

): mortgage of $11,000, $88.00 day,An equal employment Credit Union 1965 Chevy Impala 125.00 WEEK
monthly pays everything, portunity employer.
6 1/4%interest.Cash or terms Hours: Super Sport

Aetna Realty(Broker),811 NW Housekeeper for small hotel. 4p.m.8p.m.OR 1965 Bonnevi lie Pontiac MUST HAVE OWN

54th St. Phone: 757-5724. Living quarters furnished Not 4 p.m. Midnight

under 45 years. Call PL 4- MONDAY THRU FRIDAY 1966 Galaxie 500.Ford TRANSPORTATION & TOOLS

2452 NW 87th Street CBS, 2857. No Saturday nightschedule

tile roof, oak floors, 2 bed Come in or Call:

rooms. Stove, refrigerator, Small appliance repairman.
Mr. Duffie FLORIDA
carpet, draperies. Total price Goodwill industries. Apply For Information at:- REALTY

office 'ZOO Mi- Telephone. 373.2553 National Industrial
$14,000, assume $10,000, employment S.
5 1/4' mortgage, $85 monthly ami Avenue. Bank of Miami

pays everything*,Cash or FIRST FEDERAL 6013 NW 7th Avenue Phone

terms on downpayment. Aetna Cosmetologist needed full SAVINGS 159-4321 358-1020

Realty (Broker), 811 NW 54th or part-time 9026 NW 22nd ,equal opportunity employer
'Street,'phone: 757-5724. Avenue" '


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fHt'MIAMI TIMES, Friday, August 15, 1969 31
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article which appearedin READ DUKE TASK FHA TERMS
the paper about "Supremewig PAGE 26 FOR SALE ((1)) 2125 NW 58th St. CBS duplex. Only
model wins first prize in $10,500. $99 pays all.
Phllly" was submitted by Mr.
George Andrews from A t A 715 N.W. 52nd Street ((2)) 2290 NW 93rd St. 2 bedroom CB;. Only'
Modeling Agency 4025 NW 185 9,000. $71.00 pays all.
St. Phone 624-6103.Mrs B.J. GRAYSONBEAUTY
Higgs did not give her permission SALON $600 Down $135 Month ((3)) 1812 NW 53rd St. 2 bedroom CBS, gar

to be presented as first (Newly Open) age. Fla room, only $12,500. $105 pays all.
prize winner. She won third 1778 NW 95th Street 2 bedroom home has large rear porch with extra stparatt
prize in the Salon Styles com Tel: 6966560All bath !and private entrance. Large lot, carport, close-In (4)) 16341 NW 17th Ct. 3 bedroom CBS.
petition and fourth prize in the hair treatments free with location. See it todaylCARLTON I Only $11,000. $88 pays all.
New Talent Disconey contest. hair dos
She won two beautiful trophiesfor Air Expert Conditioned Wig Stylist ALSO

her outstanding; work.She Louella Grayton, Prop. CBS BLDG. 8639 NW 15 AVENUE
will in
appear "Beauty Trade"magazine Sarah Cooper, Katie James 'REAI'TJt07l'N.
with her model in Operator Good for:
U. S., Canada and Bahamas. I IS STREET REALTORS Child Day Care Small Church

,693-4772' If No Answer Many Offices Meeting Rooms
--- -- 759-6500
Medical Building Insurance Cos.
r--------------, FHArCBS. Pool house, 3 bdrms, 2 baths, liv rm, din Government Loan Available
room, hitch, screened porch, terr fin, util rm fencedyd Price
I AUDITORIUM fII Only $25,000 Selling
FOR RENT many extras. $22,500, $2,100 down. $$176.71 mo.
Air Conditioned & Parking
II I CORNER BEAUTY. S. W. Area. 3 bdrms, 1 bath, liv
I If you're planning a dance, party, wedding rm, Fla rm, kitch, din rm, util rm, tile rf, extras. CBS. FORD REALTY, INC. BROKER
reception, meeting or any social or business $18,750, $3,750 down, $140 mo. pays all. 3639 NW 15 AVE. 151-3659..
I affair. You can use the complete facilities "
WATERFRONT 4 bdrms 3 baths 2-car
of the conditioned .
I air I II built-in kitch, tile roof, terr& hardwood firs, CBS,
$32,500, $8,000 down, $189.68
I I mo.
4343 NW 17th Avenue Miami 80th St. can be used for stores, light mfg., offices or
I Call David Fincher 693.1766 I medical center.$35,000$8,000 down.Financing avail 300 Palm Avenue

--- ... INCOME PROPERTIES-OPPORTUNITY.. 2, 3, 4, 5- (Hialeah )
t 1 unit bldgs. Needs some work. Buy one or buy all.
AUTO INSURANCE I Cash offers Your own financing. Must seel
Premium Rates b I'er- I WE HAVE MANY OTHERS
Immediate SR-22 Filings :: Open Monday thru Sat. 9 a.m. to 6 p.m.

OFFICE HOURS j AI I Fri. 9 a.m. to 9 p.m.
Mon. Thru Fri. :30-7iOO ...

Sat. 9|30-4:00 t ..... ; EALT1POKER


4740 NW 7th,Avenue


OPEN 7 DAYS, COTTONS 3Tu 3Yds $1 :


Matera's Super Market Models at 4762 & 4772 NW 168th Terrace. The,Barce 60" Dacron & Cotton Wash & WearPOPLINR.g.l50Yd.U9 ....
lona. 3 bedrooms, 1 bath, and family room, FH&$ ,price
$21,000, $1,200 down, .$146.82 month plus escrow
33 years same location.In center of coming new Model The Elegant 3 bedrooms, 2 baths, and family room Yd.'
City. Great potential, room for expansion, tremendous FHA price $23,600, $1,700 down, $162.39 month plus
profit In specialty of meat curing and smoking, all escrow. These beautiful homes have everything. No
secret formulas, sausage making equipment, smoke closing costs. Phone at property:624-3439. WE CARRY A LARGE SELECTION, OF

houses. building and land. Will teach. Once In a life "',,, ,,I;. ,....... ,.. >l'.w.... : .
{111. chance. .tr..1' WALL -\Y'OfJl ..
.1 : $1.25
6135 NW 22nd $ .tk.rrx t% '' t +r rporell 1 FROM
Avenue ,leeas1 P and1wvs$04/ ""', JIIA"rlci PRINTS I UP
.$488"' down aisJ: $4.4 metttfi:' ,p :1ft ij/" ,_ WASH & WEAR SILKS


3 bedroom CBS. Carol City. Fla room, front porch, PER
ne SKillS BANK pump and well for grass, central heat, carpeting. FHA All Sizes Zippers 1
$16,000, $600 down, $114.19 month. Pretty Street. INCH '
V ffg 0 0 DO 0 0 0 0000 0 0 0 0 0 0 Q Q 0 0 OJHMmn)P tJJJJJtj*

CAMERAMAN :.Beautiful 4 bedroom 2 bath,CBS!on fenced double site
':corner lot. Fully furnished, built-in: kitchen,' central.' '
TRAFFIC PROGRAM CLERK l heat;*':sprinkler 'system, Jopaneie :garden/ fenced, !.., WEEUr HOSPITALINCOME
ENGINEER :.,hild,...'$ playground.. ,Must lee':"at $21,400 .FHA,
"ADVERTISING SALESMAN ;$1,300 down, $149.78, month plus'eicrow: Must..el,::)

II 2 bedroom CBS home In front and 1 bedroom house In
'.'If you had torn court of study or Job rear. Near NW 54th St. and 13th Ave. Enclosed front $50 To $175 WeekIn
experience that qualifies( you se I good porch, tile roof; jalousie windows. FHA price $19,000,

. --*-trsin.ei'ExperienceAsquked.' ,- -$900-downr$134.21-monthrNear everything!. Hospital'

Contact SYLVIA POLL South Florida Broadcast Skllli Bank fYw gfflOM. .;ANDJNCOM; ;:'1 FHAJCRMSH;::* $75 A Week Over Age 65
JI ,
318 N. Miami Ave. Miami. fla. 33128 Ph. 377-8241 if" '1' 1".1,1(' W''>-" ": (1i
i 12 bedroom ... f is"Monty FI.| tew ,\lbffjwck; -freshly 1 ,t'-?
;painted.'Rear; 2 *'try+ CRS hoi.l Udwow. "' .Dow"-3 PLANS AVAILABLE FOR ALL AGES
;stairs and 2 bedroom opt tlpstaiu.FHA price$22m;) RATES $20 PER YEAR AND UP ',
>,$1 tW0:'ftWi;;$156.7'' most :and seller; will 'peal.olll '
'ctot.'cos/tooLlv> "rellf "freeivG ? }J.: *.i t'
Do have e,, .., /0 ; >
a mortgage >$ d w
you ,
Life Insurance AvailableTo '
on your house? YOU CAN BUY ANY OF OUR FHA HOMES FOR $100 Age 90
Then your family should be pro- ., Mail CouponFor
tected against the possibility of your 6"f'' on.nyY .Y" >, -"' 7..r.'Y' 'f- ;:!, ':jf"
not being around to complete the 7 j ; 'tf} "JVJp" ;\\21: ,,;)'',,,,'.;.(..' '""fRE'A J Full Information
payments. We can provide that
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family with our Mortgage -- ---
security f' -fE41- t T lY .. ,
Cancellation Plan. If something '.
,, 'tg'l :.
should happen to you it guaran- 7 ," ., "."/" "
tees the cash to pay your mortgage" r BR0XER, f t Integrity National' :,i'\' 'No
in full.Or our plan can be used to ;;
2415 NE 194th St.. .
establish a permanent addition to 'OFFICES' : Age
your life insurance when the mort I No. Miami Beach, Fla. "*"?
gage is paid off. For all the details Tel: 949-3198 "v Limit
contact merEdward CAROL :CITY SHOWING, CENTER ,

E.K. Longsworth
Neil R. Corey General Agency 'Ave.-PL9-4371Y Address Apt.' j
Han 4932 NW 7th
201 S.W. 27th Avenue Miami Florida 33135 Life Insurance ". > City. Teel.I .:-.-.
Telephone:642-7211 '? Open Evening S -'. Sundays' *' I I


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