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We Won't Believe It Until We See It...

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At Last! Urban Renewal




Building i To mrlBRARY ,

TEMPORA MUTANTUR ET NOS. MUTAMUR IN IT.LIS ,- -. .. ....--- --. .
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Eleven months after the pears that construction can.': m
. Vol 46, No. 25 MIAMI, FLORIDA FRIDAY, FEBRUARY 14, 1969 contract was awarded Itap- begin in February on Dade's mtemi !IMce1! IV&ftbf
first urban renewal housing contract.
project. FHA and company officialsmet
Hwr. Billy Wilcox, director here and ironed out most of the
Riot Report Rakes for the Federal Housing Ad- problems that had arisen and
miulstntioa, said that the are preparing the initialclos-
initial closing" is scheduled ing and are getting ready to issue -
for Feb. 11 after which build- the conditional commit-
Police Politicians Ing can start Immediately on ment.
47 apartment units of townhouse The final closing will be
I apartments.The after construction is com-
r P units for urban renewal pleted. Wilcox said FHA will
BusinessmenThe %N project No. 1 are to be built make frequent inspections
by the Miami firm of Apgar and during building.
Markham Construction Co. Approval will have to be
complacent Miami community got knocked back on its It was awarded the contract given after the inspections for
collective bottoms this week when the federal study committee last March to build the town- Apgar to get draws on the financing -
of last August's Liberty City riot was released. houses on 2.6 acres at the to pay for the land and
The local investigative team, made up of distinguished civic corner of NW 20th St. and 6thAve construction.The .
servants, told it like it was as they lashed out Indiscriminatelyat in the Central Negro Dis- firm has agreed that
Dade County businessmen, the late city police chief Walter trict. when the townhouses are
Headley and the local police department, Mayor Steve Clark, Apgar's successful bid for finished, they will be turned
Metro Mayor Chuck Hall and Governor Claude Kirk. the FHA-insured project was over "lockstockandbarrell"to
The brief, report, released without comment, might have / J $635,000. Ecumenical Inc. This is a
been news to the white community but black citizens claim ithas But Wilcox said that figure non-profit firm set up by four
been known to them all along. was upped about three months black churches in the Negro
Other than a few names, the report described incidents in ago to $668,800 because of in- area.
and rather controversy.general terms, possibly to avoid further nama-calling 9 af


The local task force consisted of attorneys Louis Hector,
Paul Helliwell, Robert C. Josefsberg and Jame:5 W. Matthews. 3 Migrant Children

Highlights of the report follows:
"The.disturbances originated spontaneously andalmosten-,
tirely out of the accumulated deprivations, discriminations, Burn To DeathWhile
and frustrations of the black community in Liberty City, which
are similar to those of urban black communties throughoutthe
United States, exacerbated by the following special local
circumstances their parents picked up too high on a kerosene
: a ,da ., tomatoes in a South Dade field stove. She was cooking Lewis'
"Ca( ) Loss of local jobs by blacks over the prior several J /
years to Cuban refugees. ptc six miles away Thursday grandchildren some eggs for
"(b) Failure of the Dade County business community duringthe M : morning, three children burn- breakfast.All .
that remained after the
,
Od to death in frame migrant !
summers of 1967 and 1968 to provide a sufficient numberof
fire was extinguished was a
Jobs for black youths despite widely publicized promisesto shack.
do Dead were Milton Bell Jr., pile of rubble, several twisted
so. c '1 1/2, Bill Kirk Washington metal bed frames and the ;,
"Cc( ) Tensions of many year's standing between the Miami
.{r., 1 1/2 and Yvonne Lewis, kerosene stove and trying pan, "
black community and the Miami police, which had sharply increased I
according to arson Investigator -
in recent months. 17 months.
Two workers saved four F, W, Tagtmeier
ALL BLACK PARTICIPANTS others from the pine wood had been
The family
"The inhabitants of Liberty City participating in the dis- shack at the Krome Avenue migrant
at the since Dec.3.Previously -
camp
turbances were entirely black,and there were actively involvedno Farm Housing Center on SW they had worked in
white sympathizers or white opponents of the black causein 152nd St. east of Krome Ave. Alabama fields Arkansas is
general or of the Liberty City community particular No The camp's red one-room
home said Lewis.Henderson .
students or other outside ideological, political or action shacks sit in the middle of a ,
groups, except two local chapters of United Black Students, field The children were unattended Wikv, ia assistant -
were significantly involved. crew chief, ,said the
"Few blacks from outside of the Liberty City area appearto x James Lewis, Yvonne's fitter family had been in the fields
have been present during the meetings which preceded the 6. and the other tots grandfather only about 1 1/2 hours when
disturbances and they did not play a significant part In the ori- said the fire apparently the blaze began. Observers
gin or continuance of the disturbances." started after his 11-year- said the pine shack burned
SHERIFF'S OFFICE PRAISED old daughter turned the flame down in "about 10 minutes."

"The Dade County Director of Public Safety, who also car- ii
ries the title of Sheriff, and his chief assistants personally ,
participated in many group meetings with the black commun-
ity to discuss policy and community problems. The County Rent Strike Pays Off
officers did not pamper trouble makers or lawbreakers, how- She Is A SweetheartThe
ever, and they seem to have enforced the law and maintained
order effectively. Alpha Phi Omega National Service Fraternity -
"During these eight months, the technical law enforcement at Bethune-Cookman College chose for its Owner Makes RepairsEleven
duties accomplished in black communities by the Miami Police
1968-69 sweetheart Rosa Roberts a junior co-ed
and the Dade County officers, were not materially different. ,
The personal relationships and attitudes developed, however, from Miami. slum families who tion proceedings against them.
were very diffent. The black community and many whites Involved The psychology major who is also a member of went on a rent strike last week But if the landlord falls to
in OEO and other community relations programs came the Alpha KappaAlpha Sorority, Inc. and cheerleader got their plumbing fixed comply with bringing the
to believe that the Headley policy had revived within the Mi- squadwill be showered with gifts from fraternity pronto. building up to required county
ami Police a basic intolerance toward blacks and had en- Two Metro Inspectors who standards it could be con-
couraged unnecessary police harshness and insolence toward members on Valentine's Day. gave the apartment a thorough demned as,unfit for habitation.

them. The Dade County Police officials, on the other hand, going over have indicated the Noffo says he will stay in
seem to have gained the respect and trust of many members main source of the stench on close touch with the Urban
of the black community." the property might be a broken League to prepare for relo-
Gets 6 Months $1,000 sewer line under the building. cating the unhappy tenants
Plumbers got to work clear- should they have to move on'

Nixon Names Farmer Fine For Carrying GunA ing stopped the broken up toilets sewer and line locating far any raxson.

at the owner's request.A Noffo denied standards for
complete report on conditions evaluating the condition of the
man was sentenced Mon- emergency measure conforming at 526 NW Fifth Ave. is structure would be made more
Asst. Secretary Of HEW day, in Miami Municipal Courtto with a county law,requiresa being drawn up, according to lenient because it is slated to
six-months in jail and $1- judge to give the mandatory Joseph Noffo Assistant Direc- be torn down in about a year
WASHINGTONJamesFarmer Farmer is the most widely 000 fine tor violating a new city sentence to anyone convictedof tor for the Neighborhood Re- to make way for new federally
Negro civil rights known of five Negroes se- ordinance which prohibits carrying a concealed, weapon habilitation Division of the local financed urban housing to be
leader who supported Demo- lected so far for high post in carrying,a concealed weapon. Housing and Urban De- erected.
crat Hubert Humphrey In the the Nixon administration. Frank Gavins, Jr., 21,' of Miami police arrested Ga- velopment office Eleven out of 14 tenants refused -
1968 campaign, was named an The others are Samuel J. 3201 Douglas Rd.,was the first vans the night of Jan. 18 after Noffo said he received a Sunday to pay their
assistant secretary of health, Jackson and Samuel J. Simmons person convicted and giventhe responding to a complaint telephone call from Morris D. weekly rents that range from
education and welfare in the assistant secretaries of mandatory sentence under from Willie Boels of 3696 Cotzli of North Miami Beach $17.50 to$20 because they said
Nixon administration Wednesday the Housing and Urban De- the ordinance. Thomas Ave.:, Coconut Grove. who owns the property askingfor they were fed up with the dilapidated -
velopment Department JamesE. Municipal Judge Arthur Boels was found at Perci- a complete list of viola- unsanitary conditions t
Johnson, of California, a, Huttoe also gave Gavans an val St. and Douglas Rd. with a tions of the county's Minimum there.
The appointment of Farmer, Civil Service commissioner; additional 60-day sentence and gunshot wound to bis leg.;He Housing Code. They complained the premises -
former head of the Congress of and Mrs. Elizabeth Duncan $500 fine for a charge of assault pointed out Gavans to police., Cotzin could file a complaintwith smelled like a septic tank,
Racial Equality,was disclosedby Koontz, director of the Labor and battery with a gun. When police searched Ga- a Justice of the Peace be- the plumbing was stopped up, i
HEW Secretary Robert H. Department's Women's The ordinance, which became vans they found a .22 caliber cause his tenants have refused screens were torn out,and that ,
Finch. Bureau. effective on Jan. 9 as an pistol concealed in his pocket. to pay rent and begin evic- there are rats in the building.Univesity .

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2 THE MIAMI TIMES, Friday, FebruQtxWr1969-- ':' _ _____ _
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I !i' Full Text Of Speech Presented To The ,Dade County Board Of Public Instruction j jI I


am Dr. Edwin S. Shirley 1521-BNW 54th Street. I am a (2) In addition to the present assistant principal of administration ing processes.
member of the Dade County Community Relations Board and make available another APA who is black. I pledge my support and the support of the United Black fed-

chairman of the Education Task Force of the United Black (3)) Increase the number of black teachers and councilorsfrom eration to assist you in making these changes. I think I can say

Federation of Greater Miami.lam a tax payer and an interested ( the present 16% to 33% .. the approximate percentageof without equivocation that the community relations board also
citizen for the education of all children of Dade County black students at Miami Central). stands in readiness to assist you upon call at any time.

I was charged by the chairman of the United Black Federa- (4) Investigate unfair treatment by some of the white teach- I submit to you for your immediate consideration the follow
tion to coii cVan<' linl estfg 16n regarding the disturbance at ers. ing three stop-gap proposals which in opinion'would be a

Miami,centr t\High! 'Schpolthat{ occured on Thursday, Jan- (5) Restoring the pin-ball machine in an off-campus shot step in the right direction for better school-community relationships
uary,SO; '1969< was c nipanledbyMrLeon Earl of the UBF that black students frequent. Two of these could be implemented Immediately

and three staff members of the CRB We attended a faculty And even though demand #5 has nothing todo with educationwe without funding and the other would have to be planned, coordinated

meeting on Friday, January 31, 1969 from 8:30 a.m. to 10:00 of the United Black Federation back these demands 100%. and funded.
a.m.; we met with the assistant principal for administrationand E. The administration and the school board have the secondto (1) To establish, particularly in troubled or potentially

a police officer (named unknown) who is affectionatelyknown the worst public relations system in Dade County. Avenuesof troubled, schools a parents corps consisting of 30 parents ((20
as "Apache" from 10:00 to 11:30: a.m.; we met with communication between the administration and the school active and 10 on call as alternates) to work a two hour shift

some of the suspended black students of Central from 11:30to board on the one hand and the students of Dade County on the per week in the office of the assistant principal for adminis

12:30 p.m.; we met with the chairman of the Liberty City other hand are virtually nil. I know that many of these student tration so as to alleviate the APA of the routine paper work

Community Council from 12:30tol:30p.m.; we met.with principal demands are being worked on currently but the students do not. such as signing absenteeism slips and other non-professional

Wagner and white parents Miami Central from 1:30 If the students were periodically informed by way of progress necessary but menial tasks and thereby free the hands of the
to 4:00 p.m.; we met with the white parents and their six man reports, tensions and concern would lessen greatly. APA so that he may devote more time to problem cases that

committee on Monday, 2-3-69, from 8:00 p.m. to 10:00 p.m.; F. That temporary suspension of those students actively engaged only a professional can handle.
we met with small groups of white students after this mass in this violent demonstration in the cafeteria at Central ((2)) To establish a'small school-community committee consisting .

meeting from 10:00: p.m. to 11:30pm.Sol speak with about as high school was in order cannot be denied. However, the of two faculty advisors (one black and one white), the

much knowledge as anyone else who was not actually a partof method of suspension was disgusting and deplorable and neutralized president of the student council, eightstudentstwoblack, two

this distasteful, violent demonstration. the purpose of which it was Intended. Those 25 stu- white, two Latin, and 2 oriental), and four community leadersone

Out of this investigation, the following conclusions were dents were suspended on hear-say evidence only and were not ( black, one white, one Latin, and one Oriental) to meet at

reached: given an opportunity to confirm or deny their guilt, nor were lease once every two weeks to serve as a clearing house for
A. We are an urban area and are in for serious trouble with they given an opportunity to face their accusers.It is believed any grieviences of a racial nature and to refer the problem,

Edison, South Dade, and Central as starters unless this administration that these suspensions were made primarily to appease white if necessary, to the proper authorities_for resolving.

and this school board provide some meaningful parents and secondarily to punish those responsible for the ((3)) To provide funds for part-time fellowship for studentson
changes in the very near future that is to be a continuing thing.B. infraction of school rules. There should be no place for the a post-graduate level who major incouncilingand guidance

Although I can understand why this ruckus occured at former. -- these students to be placed in troubled or potentially
Miami Central, there can be no justification for want-on vio- G. Those students that were arrested for off-campus violence troubled schools to assist the APA under his supervision in

lence, destruction of school property,and injury to fellow stu- should be dealt with by the proper law enforcement agen- problems of a semi-serious nature. .again to free the handof
dents -- and we of the UBF do not condone such action. cies and should not fall directly within the province of this the APA who can then devote more time to the more serious

body.In problem youths that require the professional services of the
C. This was not a racial flare-up in the sense of black stu-
conclusion: These black students demonstrated beyond Assistant Principal for Administration.At .
dents white students. but black students againstthe
against by
challenge. The crippling effects of white American cultureon
system the administration if you please. the attempts of Negro Americans to do here at Central your next board meeting I shall request an audience to

D. Nowhere in the demands of these black students that High School what all people everywhere most do if they are to present to you, in order of priority, several Immediate, short

were presented in writing to the principal was there any mention develop fully: To find an identity; to relate to others; to love; range and long rang proposals that have been compiled by the

of white students, nor of taking anythingaway from white to learn; to work; and to create. board of directors of the United Black Federation. Thank you

students, nor of lowing the standards of Miamt Central. These This black rage is the result of our failure as educators and for listening.

demands could do nothing other than to enrich this school parents, after 61/2 years of desegregation at Central, to make

physically, academically, and culturally.These demands were: these human values possible. And unless we make some fast, Edwin S. Shirley, M.D., Chairman Education Committee,
(1)) Teaching of black history by a black teacher. meaningful changes, we are doomed as a vehicle for the learn- United Black Federation.




Herbert Douglas Named A Greyhound Success Story I

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Schieffelin Vice PresidentHerbert Baggage Agent To Director Of Special- Markets


P. Douglas, Jr,has States representative. In 1966 1962 was an important year Prior to joining Greyhound, siders his greates challenge
for. Fred Bowman. In
been named vice president he was named National special September he had been employed in several; the sole responsibility of raising -
special markets for the wine markets manager, the of that year he joined the positions from factory workerto three children.
Greyhound family. His initial
and spirit import division of position he held until his present job with Greyhound was a baggage office manager of a public Fred Bowman attended high
Schieffelin & Co., New York. promotion.A relations and advertising school in the Detroit Public
and agent"inCleveland
The announcement was made native of Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania express company. School System, followed by
Ohio in
the Eastern
by W. J, Schieffelin DI, chairman i Mr. Douglasat- pre-legal courses at the University
Division of Greyhounds Another reason that 1962
and president of Schief- tended the University of Pitts- of Detroit before entering -
Lines, Inc. This was to have was an important for
felin year
& Co. the service.He
burgh earning his B. S. de- .
. been a temporary seasonal Fred Bowman being that this
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gree in 1948 and a Master of
Education in 1949. He wasac- assignment, but developed into was the year that he became was born November 29,
the beginning of an interest- both mother and father to
tive at the University in foot- three 1934, and resides in Chicago.
ball as well as track and field ing career. children. Fred, Jr., 6 months; Bowman was in the city this
After two years as a con- Monique, 2 yens and Denise
and in 1949 was voted "Athlete ; week helping Greyhound Vice
tact employee, Bowman, 4 old. After
years a divorce
of the Year" in Pittsburghfor President Joe Black conducta
his prowess in winnings noticing an equal opportunity in w hie hi he received tem- Youth Opportunity Forum
employer sign posted at the porary custody of the children
eve ra 1 national championships Luncheon with radlon station
in track and field. time clock, applied for and he was faced with what he con- WMBM.
received a supervisorty posi-
He spent some 13 years as Fred Bowman
tion in marketing. His initial
sales executive for Pabst -
assignment was a City Sales Negro market Additionally
,
Brewing Company before join- r.
ing Schieffelin & Co. Representative in Detroit, he is involved in the enlarge- P&FDRY
Michigan. With the ment and
coopera- participation of sales
Mr. Douglas has been
very tion and training received in
active in helping to raise funds promotions, community re-
Detroit he was promoted to hat Ion
for the Olympic Games and and publicity
worthwhile athletic endeavors City Marketing Manager for activities for greater Grey- I
Metropolitan Detroit in 1966. hound favorable
the indentify adn
throughout U. S,
HERB DOUGLASA 'At Schieffelin & Co. he is hound favorable indentify and CLEANERS
world-renowned track- responsible for the sale In December of 1968, Bow- to attract potential business.In I

star and former Olympic med- of Teacher's Highland Cream man was chosen to join the 1954, Fred Bowman enlisted -

I alist In the long jump((1948), Scotch Whisky,Hennessy Cog Corporate Staff of Greyhound in the United States 6115 NW 27th Ave.
Lines Inc. Director of
Herb Douglas joined Schieffelin nac and twelve of the imported as Army as a private. One year
& Co. in 1963 as Control wines and spirits. Special Markets. His experience and ten days later, he re- 6414 NW 15th Ave.
in the
Eastern Divi-
ceives a commission as an infantry -
son Marketing Department enabled Second Lieutenant after 5691 NW 17 Ave.
him to assist in the completing Officer Candidate

F.S.E. REPORT: development and recom- School. The next three years

mendations of policies, pro- were spent on active duty in

Training Jobs Open Now grams, p r a c 11 c e s,and pro Salsberg, Austria; Berlin, SPECIAL OffER
cedures for marketing for the Germany; and in the States.

If you have no experience but want to work-here is an
opportunity to work and learn a new trade.All you have to PANTS 49C
do is apply for a job at the Employment Service office University Women To Meet

listed below February meeting of the panel of speakers moderatedby SUITS 99
(1)) A Miami employer needs a mechanically inclined American Association of Uni- the Rev. Albert
trainee to learn the repair and service of cash registers.You Women Schmidt,
versity Miami Branch
pastor Grace
Lutheran DRESSES 99 *
must have completed your military obligations and be will be held at the Universityof Church Miami
Springs
The
able to pass company aptitude tests. The starting salary Miami Faculty Club, 1550 ;
Very Rev. Rene
will be $90.00 for an8t05p.m. workday, Monday through Brescia Ave., Coral Gables, V. G. Chancellor of H.the Gracida Arch-, SKIRTS 49*

Friday. Saturday, Feb. 15 at 12 noon, diocese of Miami The
(2) A pipe layer trainee with construction labor experience for luncheon Cannon Theodore ; Rev. f i..
R. Gibson
is needed in the NW section. You must be in !rood "
physical condition in order to do some heavy work. The Mrs. Stanley Greene,Implementation Christ Episcopal Church; Ca wcy to these wIia
and
Rabbi Steven Jacobs
will be :! chairman of the of ]
starting salary $2.00 to $ .50 an hour plus time
'and a half for over forty hours. study group, testing values In Temple Israel of Greater Mi- : . ,

(3) A local employer needs a nut roaster. Some experience a changing society, is in ami. tit -"

is preferred. You would be preparing roasted charge of the program.
Mrs. Simon
,
nuts, pop corn, pastries, toppings, etc. The starting sal- The theme "The relevanceof Hochberger, HOURS: 7-11 A.M. 1-7 P.M.
ary Is $85.00 a week for a five and a half day week. religion to the problems of president, will preside at the

1969" will be discussed by a meeting. MONDAY THRU SATURDAYIi '

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MIAMI TIMES, Friday, FebruarY' 14, 1969 3


I CRB To Foster Mutual Understanding housing such Countywide as those and police-commu held'conferences recently on, '1


pity! relations,will be followed .
understanding.. expansion They might set up with their for u m. Beginningnext by smaller conferences In
Shift Emphasis From BlackTo So Simms, Chairman Harry Informal "councils"to for example month, CRB meetings several areas of the county.
I Cain and several other board calm i situations like will be devoted to "listening'while Those in turn will be follow

White CommunitiesCommunity members cams upwithacomplete the recent tension at Central the other activities of the ed by other sessions stagedIn
reorganization of CRB. High School. board and staff will proceedout the neighborhood served by
The board will be divided The third division Is the In neighborhoods all over each senior high school.
Relations Board munity, but a responsibility to
Executive Director Robert the community_a responsi- Into three divisions. Forum. Its community con- the county. The result, Simms said,
The project Development cerns task force will seek people Heading the list of other activities will be that discussions "get
Simms has come up with a new bility to work with each otherto
Division will seek to inform in deprived areas who wantto Is a proposed confer- down to the man pumping gas
direction approach in his blue- foster a t spirit of community -
and educate. Its communica- be heard. ence format designed to assure at the corner filling station,"
print for fostering mutual un- he said.
tions "task force" will oper- The CRB's monthly meet- that each discussion goes the man who has been left out
derstanding through inform- Those to whom the CRB ate such projects as a black Ings will provide the speakers beyond the conference room. until now.
ing, involving people and, most promised to listen are con- speakers bureau to introduce

important, listening to people. cerned citizens of any race and white groups to articulate

Simms won unanimous ap- any community.The blacks, a pulpit exchange and
proval of his board for a shift visits among women's groups.
In emphasis from the black to shift represents, CRB ("Maybe a Cuban women'sgroup
board members and staff
the white communities would want to invite
agreed, a return to the origi- somebody who is non-Cuban, b f
The people of the CRB will nal purposes of the board. non-Jewish, non-black, what-

seek to Inform our conserva- In the absence of anybody ever you call that," Simms

tive or uncommitted whites, else to do so,the CRB has been suggested).
who have been untouched so diverted often during the past The same division will include -

far by what Simms called"the five years to undertake pro- task forces on police- I
very beautiful dialogue" be- jects ranging from Job train- community relations and ,
tween blacks and white lib-
housing.The .
ing to open housing.
erals. Relations
Community -
Since the Liberty City riot 6 M 'weg; v, $
Division will seek to Involve
The people to be Involvedare last August, through, the the businessmen educa-- Kd ,__b yb
memlars of what he described Chamber of Commerce, t
tors and organi-
as the four elementsof Greater Miami Coalition and preachers 6R
zation leaders of each com- '
any community' -business, United Black Federationallwith
education,' religion and or- more money and more munity.
Members of each who
ganizations. Too often, he muscle than the CRB-have group a "i ,
are already committed to understanding faa
said, they avoid lnvolvemc.it taken over the operation of
will to interest
now in anything beyond those programs. try
narrow fields of interest. their colleagues. : ;
That freed, and forced, the Such groups, Simms said, : .f" of
"Each one of these four has CRB to redirect Its activities could be particularly useful in
not only a function in the com- into "the fostering of mutual areas on the fringes of black NEGRO HISTORY WEEK AT DREW ELEMENTARYThe

Charles R. Drew Elementary School was pleased to have George

$331,650 To Help State School Savitt as itskeynote speaker during Negro History Week. Mr. Savitt spoke of

I the needfor children take advantage of theiryea!'s of education to "nourishthe

DesegregationThe seed of growth." He is pictured with the administrative staff and mem-.

bers of the committee who are planning an on-going program designed to have

University of Miami ...Operating in-service Palm Beach County. students take pride in Negro Culture, become informed o i Negro History, and

School of Education has training courses for teachersin ...Working with the Com- be aware of the responsibilities for a better future. Seated left to right: Mrs.
renewal Immokalee and at Alla- munity Relations Board and
received a $331,650
Doris Mrs. Frances Marcus Mrs. Charlotte Ford Clark I
Yaffey
grant for the calendar year pattah Junior High. the Center for Dialogue at Ida principal t \
1969 to enable the Florida ..Holding workshops In M. Fisher Junior High. Mr. Savitt, Miss Vivian White, secretary. Standing left to right: Mrs. Zeola '

School Desegregation Con- Hillsboro and Orange countiesfor ...Disseminating informa- Jones, Irwin Weintraub, asst. principal, Mrs. Eatherine Brown and Leonard \

sulting Center to provide tech- teachers and administrators tion on desegregation throughIts Speiler,.chairman. ",I
nical assistance to school who will have cross-racial field staff to faculty and II>

systems within the state. assignments next year, and a administrators throughout the b' ,!
The grant, awarded under workshop for counselors in state of Florida. ,
title IV of the Civil Rights Act
FOR THE FINEST HOUSING ACCOMMODATIONSAT
of 1964, through the U.S.office Links Inc. To ConveneIn
of Health, Education and Welfare MODERATE RATES-CALL

Office of Education, will CharlotteBusiness
be used in solving problemsof -. -

desegregation. fun, sightseeingand North and South Carolina com- BONDED
The Center now provides delicious food are on the pose the area.Mesdames .
consulting services for the entire docket for southern area Maude K. Reid, "
state, with a second office Links, when tthe Charlotte, Herbert Vick, M. L. Forniss RENTAL
opened In Tallahassee in Sept. North Carolina Links host the and A. D. Shores have servedas
1968. annual area meet. A swanky officers for the past four

Present projects of the Fla. motel has been chosen to house years. This is election year. .
School; Desegregation Con- all activities on March 14,15, Miss Allegra M. West- AGENCY
sulting Center include: and 16.The brooks, president of the host ,

... Conducting surveys at 29 chapters of Southernarea chapter and Mrs. Elizabeth S.
the request of the school will be joined by two new Randolph, conference chair- L4QINC' .

boards In Collier, Lee, St. chapters, West Palm Beach, man, extend a cordial Invitation 3M
Lucie and Nassau counties to and Fort Valley, Chapters to all Links, connecting a
recommend to them a plan for from Alabama,Florida,Geor- Links and Heir--Links to be ?
00 ., THE LARGEST PRIVATE HOUSING RENTAL AND
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MED-DENS (Medical and Dental Assistants) visited Parkway Children's
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Office 6530NW 15th Ave., Miami, Fla. 33147-Phonet 691-0421 by Whitney M. Young Jr.ExecutlveDSredorNatlOnal. By Booker T. Nayes .' \ .

H. E. SIGISMUND REEVES, Editor and Publisher Urban League _

GARTH C. REEVES, Managing Editor The Untold Story ,About

STANLEY WEETINC, Theatrical Editor . .

National I Advertising Representative Negro History Week Integration

Amalgamated Publishers, I Inc.:
310 Madison Avenue. New York, N. Y. 10017 I have followed the written and recorded material on the ef.

Member of the Notional Newspaper Publishers Association February 9-15 Is Negro History Week, and many schools fects of integration on the various segments of our society, in
2400 S, Michigan Avenue Chicago, III. 60616 around the country will be marking this annual event with spec
and material
all this mass of documented taped we will still
-. ial on the history of black Americans.At .
programs trueaccountofthe effects of
SUBSCRIPTION RATES be unable to find a Integration on
ONE YEAR S5.00 SIX MONTHS S3.00 FOREIGN $6.00 one time such programs revolved around Just a few fig- the opinions and predictions, but outsiders are never allowedthe

ures, usually considered "safe." Booker T, Washington, the soul of blackpeople.
of seeing They
see
Entered as Second Class Matter, August 9, 1927 at the Post George Washington Carver and other perennials were rarely privilege what
Office at Miami, Florida, under the act of March 8, 1876 Frederick the individual projects, but even this is determined by the re-
joined in the programs by such freedom fighters as lationship involved. The plight of the black family has been
"CREDO OF THE NEGRO PRESS"The Douglass or WEB DuBois.
NEGRO PRESS believes that America can best lead completely overlooked in the assessment of overall conditionsand

the world from racial and national antagonism when It accords In many places this attitude is changing,and prominent his- causes.
IJ to every man regardless of his creed or color his human kind of screen-
the
ha veto
and race// torical figures no longer go through '
legal rights Hating no no man the Negro Integration has presented
Press strives to help every man In the firm belief that all men ing process that sifts out aggressive man who fought againstthe To the black family, an even greater
ore hurt as long as anyone Is held back evils of their times. problem than most people on the outside looking in have

____ .L. been lead to believe. To begin with, to those blacks still in

Perhaps some schools will give a prime role in their obser- possession of their pride, it meant that a complete;; change was

fi e ditorfs otebooh vance of Negro History Week to John Russworm,the first black in order. They now had to buy clothing for their children of the

college graduate. In 1827, with Samuel Cornish, he founded caliber worn by other children whose family income tripled

NEGRO HISTORY WEEK "Freedom's Journal," the first Negro newspaper in America. their own. They had to make it possible for their children to

"We wish to plead our own cause," stated their first editorial be able to talk about their allowances also. They could not

Negro History Week is a period In the year during which em. "Too long have others spoken for us." apply for the free school lunches,because this would have been
is the consideration of the .
phasis placed upon Negro in history.It
considered a comedown on their children. In most cases they
is not the treatment of the Negro as a problem but as a per- One of the agents for Russworm's paper was a Boston clothing -
offer useful scholastic assistance to
son in our history. It is not the thought of the Negro as a for- dealer named David Walker. In 1829, he issued "David were unable to any their
children because of their own limited knowledge; And most
in the midst of native but of him Walker's .. call for black men to strike
eign person whites, as a na- Appeal" a forthright had to their unconditioned
jimportant of all, they keeg gushing;!
for freedom. He appealed to WhiteAmericansnotto "wait until
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tive American. It is toshowthisfactand reveal him as a citi-
offsprings back into the arena against odds that even to them
zen from historical treatment and reference. It is to change we shall, under God, obtain our liberty the crushing arm
insurmountable.
the image of the Black Americans through history.The of power." Of course, those who listened condemned him, and appeared

current consideration of the advancement made byNe- the slave system had to be toppled by Civil War.
has affected the black families in a number of
groes in political life and in civic activities should be paral- Integration
it has proved to be a means to a better under-
led by the view of his experiences in our past. He will be seen i There were many articulate black men like Russworm and ways. To some
while to others it has served as a verification of their
not only as a slave but also as a free man Each census will Walker, men who braved the terrible discrimination of the standing,
North and the immoral slave of the previous beliefs. The student may be engulfed in friendshipsand
show his increase in numbers from the first census in 1790 system South. They were

when his number was listed as 59,000 to the census of 1860 courageous and outspoken in the face of great danger. To them, acquaintances in school, while the father or mother maybe
untold abuse from the boss because of their need
when this number was nearly a half million free persons. When i we owe much of what we are today, suffering
for Tnis of condition offers little or no bases for
a Job. type
these facts are seen and heard there will be no evidence of a
There were also black men who challenged the racist parent and child discussion as to their respective acivities
natural inferiority based upon color but of those who with other
assumptions of their society In other ways. of the day. Their experiences contradict each other so com-
Americans are also entitled to the pursuit of happiness and
it creates dissension between them and distrust within
pletely
whose general welfare is the concern of the Federal Govern-
Next time you put sugar in your coffee think of Norbert Ril- them.In .
ment under the Constitution and of the States under the same
black whose invention of 1846
lieux, a mm, the vacuum cup in

impact. cut refining costs in half, making large scale use of sugar a general, the black family has accepted the woes of integration -
There have been so many misrepresentations of "the Negro" -
reality. with their usual optimism. They have weighed advantages
and the efforts to refute them, that a period, when facts
against the disadvantages and divided the privilegesof
are presented and dramatized showing th e genius, capacity Next time you put on shoes, think of Jan Matzeliger, a black standing a little more erect is worth the added burden.
and development of the black American to places of honor and man who
invented a shoe lasting machine which he refined to Though the pocketbook has swagged under the pressure of the

credit, becomes an important week in American' education the point where it could put a shoe together in a minute. Thanksto luxuries turned necessities to most the out-look is still bright.
,
For it is this type of education which can reach the youth and Mat Ii the cost of shoes cut in
z e g e r, was half and Lynn, They look forward to the day when they can look back and seetoday's
the adult who has often exclaimed, "Why I didn't know that." Mass became the shoe capital of the world.
problems as the time that
The eradication of ignorance and its replacement with know- Black doctors pioneered too. was.

ledge is one of the purposes of our school system. We should

learn not only of "things" but also of "persons." At a time when heart transplants are making sensational

This is the great need of American life In rural and urban headlines all over the world, it is good to remember that the
Nationalism DefinedI
situations. With the concentration in cities of Negroes and the first successful heart operation was performed in 1893 by a

movement to suburbs of white Americans the division in young black doctor, Daniel Hale Williams

thought and life can be widened between white and black. Ne-
And countless lives have been saved the asked to define black nationalism though it Is
groes are now 63% of the population of Washington, D.C., 41% through developmentof am often as

in New Orleans, 40% in Birmingham, 39%in Detroit, and large the first blood bank In 1941 by Dr. Charles Drew, a Negro something essentially different from other expressions of na-

percentages are in most urban centers. These people constitute who was such an expert on blood plasma that the British gov- tionalism The only thing that mIkes it different is the "black"In

a challenge to these urban communities,as well as to the ernment, and then the American Red Cross, sought his ser- front of it. In any case, I offer the following definition of

schools, many of which are predominantly Negro. Their eighth- vices during World War n. nationalism in the hope that it will clear up the confusion that

graders read at the sixth grade level, while 67.5% of all Ne- appears to be in the minds of many people.

gro inductees in the armed services fail military test as Inventors, freedom fighters, frontiersmen, pioneers, busi- Nationalism is a philosophy which seeks topromotea posi-

against 18.8% for whites. Many thousands have been discour- nessmen, scholars .. you name the field and there's been a tive sense of group consciousness or identity among a groupor

black man who contributed to it. The past. and present -- nation with a common history culture values needs and
aged and are frustrated as they face the future. Other thou- ,
sands have kept their ambitions, and have been contributionsto may be stained by oppression, but there is also much to glory interests. Historically, nationalism has been the means by

their communities. Their homes and schools have joinedin which an oppressed people achieved their liberation. The

this effort. This is the basis for Negro History Week. in.It's Important that Negroes and other Americans be aware American Revolution, in which the American colonies sought
their independence from England is one example of nationalism
of the great men of the past so that, by emulating them, we ,
can be seen throughout the history of the Jews, from their
can have great men in the future too.
MR. CIVIL RIGHTS c a p t i v I t y in biblical times to the present-day Zionist move-

mont. Whenever and wherever a people are oppressed, nationalism

NAACP Executive Director Roy Wilkins, has announced the is a natural development.There are various kinds of

appointment of Warren Howard as assistant to the executive PHIL OSSOFER nationalism and its expression may vary depending on the na

director for program. Mr. Howard is working out of the as- ture of a people's oppression, but its basic characteristics

sociation's national office and is responsible for planning remain
the
"A ica same.
mer Love it or leaveit. stopping your watch to hold

programs and activities to combat discrimination in educa- ." You have, no doubt, seen back time. It just can't be done. Black nationalism, then, Is the philosophy which seeks to

tion, housing, employment, consumer, relatons and in other this flag-embellished stickeron Instead of trying to hold back bind black people together through the creation of feeling of

areas of community life cars on our city streets. time, we should be trying to group Identity or peoplehood which comes from an aware-

Previously, Mr. Howard served as community organization Somehow, I question this inscription keep up with the times. ness and acceptance of a common culture, history, values,

consultant with the New York City Department of Social Services It seems to m-J that needs, and interests. Liberation from (the oppression of the
He also has served as consultant, to the National Head dominant white
the and
ultimate
thought behind it is"If you In order to group self-determinationarethetwin
Start Program, Queen's College Children's and Parents' Cen- don't like America as it is remove the imperfections aim? of black nationalism.
ter and the Action Committee of Greater Erie in our country, we
Anti-Poverty
scram!" mist, become what Black Power, which seeks black control and management of
my good
Pa.He Of course I love my country. friend Reverend economic, social, and political Institutions operating in black
holds both master of arts in social works from Bruce L.
a degree
areas Is
I think it is the greatest, bat; I Robertson the pragmatic ideology for the Implementation of
the city college of New York and a similar degree in social pastor of the New black nationalism.
cannot
be blind to Its imperfections Covenant
work from Columbia University. Presbyterian
There is an old say- Church calls Nationalism should never be confused wifi chauvinism,
Speaking of Roy Wilkins as "Mr. Civil Rights Mr. Irwin "change which
can be defined
Ing: "Beware of Greeks bear- As as a highly aggressive unreasonable devotion
agents. a leader of ,
Ross says in Readers Digest no Negro leader has spoken out one of
ing gifts" Well, I beware of the workshops at the Baha'isponsored to on's group, race, or nation, and S is usually coupledwith
more strongly against the new creed of"black power, which
inscriptions bearing flags,be- Conference on Pre- contempt for other groups, races, or nations. This doc-
has been
recently gaining supporters. No matter how endlessly trine is
cause I am suspicious of characteristic of and
flag which seek to dominate
groups
judice and Human
) they try to explain it Wilkins said at the NAACP Convention Rights"held impose their
wavers. I question their mo- in Miami last June authority and values on other groups.
it Los Angeles in July 1966, the term, 'black power' means Rev.Rob-
tives. Stephen Decatur said
i anti white power. He characterized it as a reverse Mississippia ertson pointed out that life is

reverse Hitler, a reverse Ku Klux Klan. And then came aneloquent "MJ country,right or wrong." dynamic, It is fluid and is always -Roy Innis

passage of the sort which enlivens most of his ril go along with that providing in process of moving for-

speeches: "Even if through some miracle,black power shouldbe we work to right the ward. We must not try to hin-
wrong. This is notthe purpose der it. He said
enthroned briefly in an isolated area, the human spirit, of those who that sticker. that as"change CRIME PREVENTION WEEK
carry -
agents"
which ,knows no color, geography or time would die a little, we must achieve sin-

leaving for wiser and stronger and more compassionate men me.,Their is the purpose same as, it those seems who to cere love humility in the and hearts plant seedsof February 9 to the 15th is being observed In every part of the

the painful beating back to the upward trail" of men. country as crime Club of
carry those confederate flag If we can reach the prevention Week. The Exchange
Wilkins' personal story typifies the upward mobility of a | heartsof Miami is doing its best to of
bring home the pre-
I plaques; on their cars. ..sta- those who importance
proclaim
whole generation ofAmerican Born 30
Negroes. on August { venting the
i spread f speakon
0
crimp to
tus of one hundred "America The club invites pastors
1901 in Louis he the who' quo years Love it or Leave
l St. was son of Impoverished parents : this subject in one of their believe
it sermons this week, they
emigrated from Holly Springs, Miss. His mother died with ago.These they may yet change slogan it would be helpful and ,
folks to express their gratitude
three other children to take care of he was sent to live with ,apparently,are "America Love itand Richard
his uncle In St. Paul Minn. j fighting change, which is like Improve it." B. Wallace, is president Barney G. McCoy,chair-
man, crime Prevention Week Committee.



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THE MIAMI TIMES, Friday, February 14, 1969 5
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Socks It To 'Em
GET INVOLVED
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Shirley Chisholm, the first Black Congresswom.'ln began her I
action in the House of Representatives by being the first Representative -
to ever refuse to accept her committee assign- COMMUNITY

ment.Mrs.. Chisholm, was elected November 5,1963, after SELF-HELP PROJECTS,
successfully defeating the prominent founder of CORE,James ": r "/ /' //
Farmer, by better than a two to one victory. '
Mrs. Chisholm is the first Congressional Representative w EDUCATION s
to represent the newly created 12th District of Brooklyn New VOTER REGISTRATION
York, a district which is better known as Bedford-Stuyvesan. ,
and is composed of approximately 70%Black and Puerto Rican : ANTIPOVERTY PROGRAM .

underprivledged.Mrs. POLITICAL ORGANIZATION
Chisholm's first choice of Committee assignments:
was Education and Labor Committee because "I have spent MORALITY
the last 20 years in education.I have taught, directed a private \
school, run a child care center,been an educational consultant OELIQUENCY
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for the New York City Bureau of ChildWalfare and served on FIGHTA6AINST "
the Education Committee of the New York State Legislature
for four years." ''wtI CR/Nfl
Mrs. Chisholm made a formal request in the form of a resolution -
to the leadership at the Democratic caucus in which thE
Committee on Committees made a final committee designation. -
In her statem3.it to her fellow colleagues she stated"I I
know that that the pressures of geography and seniority makeit
difficult fcr a first-term representative to get his first ofa
committee assignment, or even his second But I think it
would be hard to imagine an assignment that is less relevant
to my background our to the needsof the predominantly Black 'C3 I
Puerto Rican people who elected me, m?.ny of whom are un-
employed, hungry, and badly housed."
It was not merely the assignment to the Agriculture Com-
mittee that aroused Mrs. Chisholm's dissatisfaction but her .
fljjj
assignment to one of its sub-committees, in specific the Sub-
Committee on Forestry and Rural Farms.
This prompted the fighting Mrs. Chisholm to question the< *
TO KNOW
TRUE WISDOM
knowledge of the House about the State of New York and +, t
especially the area of Brooklyn. She stated "apparently all WHAT IS BEST WORTH KNOWING
they know here in Washington about Brooklyn is that a tree AND TODD WHAT C3EST
grew there. I can think of no other reason for assigning me to er-i
the House Agriculture Committee." WORTH DOING:
Mrs. Chisholm also called her colleagues' attention to the NUMPHRer Q'\OU?

fact that although there are only nine Black Representatives,
and even though this is the largest number of Black Repre-
sentatives since reconstruction, it is far too few to fairly represent -

Black Americans Should A White Lie Destroy A Black Truth?
Thus, It is her feeling, that the House leadership has a

moral duty to somewhat right the balance by putting the nine Merlin Curry is presently in )jail awaiting a Grand Jury; court two weeks later, she showed a bruise on her arm which
members it has in positions where they can work effectivelyto hearing on charges of rape. This Is how the events leading to the medical examiner indicated could not have been receivedthe
help this nation meet its critical problems or racism, de- his probable Indictment occurred: (1)During Christmas vacation night of the incident.Corporate.
privation and urban decay. : Curry, a black male, met an 18 year-old white female
Realizing that as the first female of her race to sit in the with a co-ed friend of his,also white,as the IF18! were hitch- t \
House of Representatives she has a responsibility to her hiking to Coconut Grove. The girls suggested returning to his
people, yet further realizing that her primary responsibility apartment to turn on. The girls followed him to his apartment House
is a must always be to those citizens of her district; she hasten later that evening;other friends joined them, and after smoking Open
to inform nor colleagues that the real reason for her con- for a while, Curry invited them to return at any time.The;y .1,
cern "was based on the belief that her assignment on the Agrl did return to Curry's bedroom on two other occasions during
culture committee and'especially those sub-committees that vacation; on one occasion in addition to smoking pot, the girl At Bethune CookmanDr
she had been assigned, would be depriving her constituents of received a massage. In court,Curry testified he massaged the
the best utilization of her service as their national represen- girls thighs at her request after she had removed her pants
tative, wno was elected to voice their aspirations and their Richard V. Moore will be Mr. Earl G,Ormistion
needs in a effective manner" ((2) January 6th, Monday: The girl was reportedly seen on the President, Bethune-Cookman and Mr. Llyod Newman, Del
The Democratic CAUCUS, Chaired by Representative Wilbur Union patio sitting in Curry's lap with her hand on his genitals. College announced the Monte Corporation, San Fran-
Mills (D-Ark) composed of all the Democratic Representatives Later that evening, they met in the "Eye" (snack shop) and college's first Corporate Open cisco, California; Mi. RobertA
voted unanimously to accept Mrs. Chisholm's Resolu- House with a group of 65 national -
from there proceeded off campus to use drugs.Upon returning ti o I
tion which stated: And be it further resolved that the Committee campus they stopped by 1968 dorm where she signed out for a corporation represen- Farmer, Ford Motor Company -
on Committees removed Representative Shirley: Chis- special 2 a.m. curfew. They then preceeded to his campus tatives from throughout the Dearborn, Michigan;
holm of the 12 District of New York from said Committee on apartment where they entered through the back door into the nation as guest of Bethune- Mr. Elmer R, John,General
Agriculture and return the next: regular scheduled meetingof bedroom. She asked for more drugs,which he did not have. She Cookman College. Mills, Inc, Minneapolis
Caucus with a different assignment for the said Representative persisted in her request and he called a friend. Friends arrived The group will meet the Minnesota; Mr. Currier J.
from New York." bearing drugs, and the group turned on. One friend remained trustees, faculty, student body Holman and Mr A.D. Ander-
In accordance with the vote to accept this resolution, Mrs. with her and Curry after the others left, and smoking and more than 150 businessmen son, Iowa Beef Packers, Inc.,
Chisholm will wait until the next meeting of the Democrat continued until the friend left. d u r i n g a special assem Dakota City, Nebraska; Mr.
Caucus, which should occur during the month of' Februaryto bly. Other activities will in- Marshall B, Bass, RJ. Reyn-
obtain a new committee assignment (3)) The Inc Ident: After the friend had gone, the girl and clude a tour of the campus, a olds, Reynolds Metal Com-
Curry began to make out. At some point during the petting luncheon, viewing of the pany, Richmond, Virginia.
session the girl removedher clothing,and stood naked in frontof Bethune-Cookman ColI e ge
KING'S MEMORIAL CENTER the dresser at which time Curry went into the bathroom. film "A Roc k in a Weary Trustees representativesare
When he returned she was lying naked on the bed spread. He Land", and a panel discussion. Mr. James E, Davis,
In Atlanta, Georgia plans are being made for the Institutefor lay down with her and after receiving an affirmative reply to Chairman, Board of Di-
Afro-American stuihj, a proposal for the Mirtin Luther his question,Are you sure you want to go through with this?," rectors, Winn-Dixie Storesand
King Jr. Mamorial Center. It's a twofold enterprise aimed at they proceeded to have relations. During intercourse she Dr. Moore states that he Is Mr.J.Saxton Llyod,owner
Illuminating the Negro's past and future The center will be at complained of discomfort; he suggested a change of position. most pleased with the large of Llyod Buick Cadillac.
two sites. One will be King's tomb at Freedom Exhibition Hall, When he disengaged himself and got up,so did she and began to number of corporation repre- Faculty representative is Dr.
to be built at his restored birthplace,and a chapel In th Ebe- scream, laugh and jump around. The roommate knocked at the sentatives who accepted in- Joseph H. Taylor and host Dr.
nezer Baptist Church where King shared the pulpit with his .door and yelled, "what the hell is going on?" The girl opened vitations. Among the guests Richard V, Moore. }
father the door, stood behind it naked and said, "r m 0, K, Every-
thing's all right." Closing the door, she dressed, sat on the
The Institute for Afro-American Studies, the Institute for 'bed and talked to Curry. Then she left along at approximately
Nonviolent social change, a library and archives and a mu- 11:45 when she met the resident adviser and his friend Get The Miami Times
seum of Afro-American life and culture will be located on a
They asked if she had screamed and she said yes. They askedIf
site near Atlanta University.A anything was wrong and she said "Nothing. I Just goofed."

study is underway to determine the financial needs for 'She again assured them that nothing was wrong, and left. By Mail

the entire memorial center. First estimates are between $20
million and $30 million for the first five years. This Includes (4)) According to Coral Gables, police, they were called
capital and endowment. Dr. Vincent Harding director of thee 12:34 a.m. They notified the R.A., who told Curry that the Every Week For $5.00
library project most of this will have to from police> wanted to talk to him. He waited one or two hours for
come private -------------------------
sources. the police, and was arrested after they arrived. He remainedin ,
jail for six days virtually incommunicado. I SUBSCRIPTION ORDER I I

Article Gives Good ResponseDear (5)) The girl's story: According to the girl's testimony she,a Miami Times I !
5'9", 150 lb. girl, was forcibly held down by Merlin, a 5'8", I 6530 NW 15th Avenue
Mr. Reeves: 165 lb. man,as he removedher jeans,shoes, pulled her sweater Miami, Florida 33"M7 I
over her head, and pushed her bra up. She reportedly does
When you ,told me that your excellent newspaper was read I tot remember whether he removed her panties. At the same
by many people, you proved to be correct. The article which I time, Merlin removed his own shoes, socks, pants,shirt, undershirt Enclosed please find ,the sum of $5.00to
you so kindly published for us in the January 31 issue broughta I and jockey shorts.-all this allegedly occurred while cover the cost of a one year subscriptionto !
tremendous response. Never has any previous publicity ef- I he lay on top of her, pinning her down with his arms and legs.
fort been so effective. Thank you very much.In I the Miami Times.

the near' future I will be Into' discuss with and ad- I(The R.A testified that when he saw her leaving the apartment I I
vertlsiag-campaign. '
she; was not disheveled. In addition,no clothing,torn or otherwise Mail Pap, To
motivate the people in our community to come to school.
Once again, thank you for the article. was produced.) AddrShirley ... .. I 4, ArlStot.

Sincerely, City ._ Zip Code_
,I R. J. Henley ((6)) The medical examiner testified that she had no bruises I -
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BY CLARICE LITTLES 10 C",4 P ,r. ?

Miami Times Society Editor
L BY PRISCILLA REDDING

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FEBRUARY 16 23 BROTHERHOOD WEEK
Schools throughout Dade County will hold Science Fairs this
"There Is an old legend of a general who found his troops month in preparation for the 15th Annual South Florida Science
disheartened. He believed It ws owing to the fact that they did Fair being held at Dinner Key Auditorium March 1315.
not realize how close they were to the other divisions of the
same army on account of a dense growth of small trees and Miami Killlan Senior High will have day fairs, Feb. 19 to 21.
shrubbery. Orders therefore were given to "burn the under- Richmond Heights Junior High will have a day fair Feb. 20th.
brush." It was done and they saw they were part of one great

army.The result was that their courage was revived and they wen Mr. and Mrs. Samuel D. Armstrong: Jr. of 14440 Tyler St.,
forward in triumph. So let us burn the brushwood between announce the engagement of their daughter,Gwendolyn Anita to
race and creed the brushwood of prejudice, mistrust and Willie James Johnson of Houston, Texas.
separation. We all have far more in common than we think.We The wedding is planned for February 22nd.
are all under the same great Captain. Let the brushwood be
burned away in the glow of united song and in the enthusiasm :of We are happy to welcome home SP/4 James Williams, son
common worship" Massenger of Mr. and Mrs. Eugene Williams of 14825. W. 104th Place.
New York's loss is Miami's gain. William (Bill ) and Al- James received his basic training at Fort Gordon. He was
matha (Baby) Bullard have como home to stay.They are busy transferred to Fort Jackson for his first and second (AIT) Advance
decorating their 88th Terrace home. Infantry Training. He finished jumpschoolatFort Ben-
News has reached this desk of the death of Mrs. Gertrude ning, Ga. SP/4 Williams specializes in communications.After
(Mi) Haywood. She died in Gainesville two weeks ago. Old of Miami's his leave he will journey to Germany.
timers will remember her as cafeteria manager at Booker T. Blanche Calloway, president
Washington High School and later as operator ota Snack Shop AFRAM Housethe first mail-order house in the nation . Wa also wish to welcome back to the United States as well as

across the street from the school. by blacks andserving only the black com- to the community ofRichmond Heights L/CPL Phillip Allen,
lOtha Eauford Is a patient at Me. Sinai. Her mother, Mrs. run authentic son of Mr. and Mrs. Phillip George Allen of 13700 Jackson St.
Lois Branan came down from Blakely, Ga. to baby-sit with munity, looks over plaques I depicting L/CPL Allen was stationed in Phu Bai Republic of Viet Nam,
her grandchildren. African scenes. The plaques are part of AFRAM'snew After his leave Phillip will return to camp LeJeune in North

Naomi Espy Journeyed to Ft. Pierce last week end to attend African Heritage series. Miss Calloway, sisterof Carolina.
the funeral of her sister, Rosella Espy Rhodes who died in famed bandleader Cab Calloway, said the strik-
We'd also like to welcome back to the states and community,
California and was buried Sunday. ing art works seek to bring to life the rich and varied Rnett Smith, sox o! Mr. and Mrs. Harold Smith of HarrisonSt.
Greater Miami Temple Daughter Elks 769 are all smiles
and culture of the Negro.
and have taken on new life under the leadership of Dt. Alto background .
Screen. On Friday, Feb. 21, dinners will be sold by Dt. Ger-
trude Crowder at the home of Dt. Mine White. African Art Works
George Smith, a senior at Florida State University is spending
the weekend with his mother, Mrs.Me e Catherine Wilcox
The Philos will meet Feb. 22,at 8 p.m. at the home of Mrs. Depict Culture And HeritageA
Ethel Blocker 5501 NW 21st Avenue

The all-faiths chapel at the new Veterans Administration 'inlque series of artworks wll.'llis, which when healed
Hospital 1201 NW 16th Terrace will be officially dedicated at
based on African culture form a permanent scar. Both
2:30 Feb. 16 with clergymen of the three major religious
p.m. and heritage, was unveiled mon and women endure the extremely -
branches participating this week by .\House painful operation in the
Saint Mary's W. Methodist Church Ushers' Board are sponsoring of Miami, the first mail-order name of beauty.
their Fourth Annual Calendar Tea, Sunday, Feb. 16, at house in the nation run by A champion Nuba wrest-
3:30 p.m. blacks and serving strictly the ler exuding confidence as he
DID YOU KNOW???Two scholarships at Florida Memorial black comnunity.Blanche walks up for a match. The
College have been financed for five years each by BurdIne's. Calloway, presi- leather arm amulet worn p;
They are named in honor of the Rev. Edward T. Graham, dent of AFRAM and sister of around his muscular arm insures
chairman of the college's trustees. the famed bandleader, Cab against disaster. A
Invitations are in the mall for 77th Anniversary Celebrationof Galloway! said the new Afri- member of one of the tribes
,Florida Memorial College and the 65th birthday of Rev. can Heritage series of 13 wall living in the Nuba Mountainsof
Edward T. Graham on March 6 at the Deauville Hotel.
plaques will go on sale im central Sudan, the wrestler
Here for the funeral of their father, Robert Clark were mediately.The shaves his head and covers
Emily DeVeaux, Beaufort, S, C.;Alberta Pharr,Newark,N.J.; striking plaques are himself with ashes for slip-
Edward Clark, Tallahassee and Major Joseph Clark,Washington faithful reproductions of periness.

D. C. scenes taken by photographersin -Wakambas beating drums I
Lena Canty underwent surgery at Mt. Sinai Hospital. Africa. for a dance. In some dances
Model Cities. Tract No 6(62ndSt.North( to 71st St. South; "111e plaques are modestly the women blow shrill police
12th Avenue West to 17th Avenue East)residents are asked priced," said Miss Callo- whistles in accompaniment.
to meet at Liberty Square Auditorium, Monday, Feb. 17, at way, "because we want to The Wakambas live southeastof
7:30 p.m. make these rare art works Nairobi in Kenya.
The Supreme Social Club invite you to a Tea, Sunday, at the available to the majority of Ivory Coast maidens cele-
home of Mrs. Lourene Mash, 1200 NW 57th St., from 7 to 9 our black commuiity. Our brating a wedding in Meri.

p.m.Mrs. people have a richly varied Africa in microcosm, Cali STYLED BY
Lula Wellons Kaigler entertained number of
a large background and culture, a fornia-siz Cameroon habors
friends last Saturday night with a cocktail. party.
background of which the some 200 ethnic groups rang-
Sorry to hear about the loss of Mrs. Selina Farrington's American Negro can be justly ing from light-skinned Fulaniin
sister, Mrs. Lottie Taylor of Dania, Fla. proud. the north to the shy southern
Among 28 students at Florida A&M University selected to "We have combined art and Pygmies and Tikar tribesmen,
Who's Who in American Colleges and Universities are Barbara history with these art worksto who predict the future by con-
J. Faison, and Gilford Robinson of Miami and Jacquelyn help bring to life the heri- sulting giant spiders. Bare,
E. Peoples of Hollywood.. tage of our people." baby,

Miss Ruby Wyatt, 252 NW 49th St., has recently graduatedfrom The plaques depict such SUNLIGHTElizabeth bare.
the Airline Training Division of Atlantic School in Kansas scenes as: Candle, reporter Between
City and has accepted a position with Emery Air Freightin -A swift Moran warrior otKeny'1 This week we are observing a billow-
his skill and
Chicago, Illinois. profile .
Negro History Week. Madam
inhunting down full- sleeved,
Get well wishes are extended to Fredricka Smith who un- courage C. J. Walker, represent,
derwent surgery at Jackson Hospital. She is now recuperating grown lion. Armed with onlya perhaps the most outstanding sheer

athorne.. _________ spear and short swords, Negro in the field of cosme bosom-tied
the Moran, a member of the blouse and
WASHINGTON PARKThe LEARN TO DANCE Masai society.can run excep- tology.
Washington Park Civic Modern and contemporarydance tionally long distances to makea There are continuously new pazzazzy-plaid
and better products in the field
Association will hold their jazz, African, ethnic kill. pants. Pushover
meeting, Feb. 16, at 5 p.m. at dance, at Brownsville High A Nuba maiden proudly of cosmetology and we at Sunlight priced at $14
the home of Mrs. Cora Lee School, 4899 NW 25th Ave., in displaying cicatrixdeisgns are busy keeping abreast.Don't above the bare,
Ross, they are asking all the auditorium, on Wednesday carved on her bosom.The skinis forget our Valentine $16 below the bare
members to please be present nights from 7 to 10 p.m. No cut into a pattern, then wood Beauty Show, Friday night, Sizes 3
14
at
February Bonded Rental up.
business of Importance. admission, participants must ashes are rubbed into the
be 17 to 30 of Agency. See you there.Britt's .
Mrs. Ruby Castelow, president years age.
and Mrs. Cora Lee Ross, Dance lesson will consist of Big Safe'
is reporter. exercise, dance technique and
dance composition, this classis Beauty Now In .
VALENTINE TEA offered for male and female Walk 'I
You are cordially invited to participants. Class begins ProgressOPEN
attend the Valentine Tea,given on Feb. 12, conducted by 9203 NW 22nd AVE. c:;
by the Loving Sisters Saving Miss June Brownleedance 691-9837 .y I

Club, Sunday February 16, specialist for Metro Parks We Specialize in Wig Car EVENINGS 'TIL 9hORJ'S
from 4 to 6 p.m. at the residence and recreation. <
Permanent and Expert Styling :
of Mr. and Mrs. VictorJ. ,
Bain, 3025 Elizabeth Street NORTHWESTERN P.T.A. Persulan! ,Reaxers| Eft c ?;bs ,. ,
Coconut Grove. A lovely program The Miami NorthwesternPTA ,4
is planned for your en-' will meet Monday evening SPECIAL! SPECIAL! L tertainment. Plan to attend Feb., 17, at 8 p.m. school
you'll be glad that you did.. auditorium. Parents are urgedto HAIR WEAVINGDon't
Mrs.Carolyn McBride is the attend. Your child and your LORY'S FASHION SHOPS. .EVERYWHERE!

president, Mrs. Hattie Marshall community needs you. for the ettU b..t for in halrwvovlng!I.**, scttU (ONLY ON MON, lit NW 1TH AVENUE (EDISON CENTER)
vice president and Mrs. Do you have your ticket for /
I and AFRO RELAXING. TUES. & WED.)
; Helen Bain, publicity chair- the extravaganza? If not be
, man. sure to come to PTA meeting ,

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THE MIAMI TIMES, Friday, February 14, 1969 7

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'Ala, .. ] ., .( County Wide Book Drive For Ghetto Ae-l; ; ,+I


A county-wide book drive by; Twins in the Country' to San- get various community recreation Among Students in American

college and university burg's 'Life of Abraham Lin- centers and churches in Colleges and Universities.The .

students designed to set up new coln, 'magazines: ,comic books these poverty areas to set up young law students said

libraries ,and stimulate read- anything that can be read by libraries with the books he wished all Miami-area re-

M ing In Miami's underprivileged people who don't have the ma- collected. The libraries will sidents would open their

areas will be held February terial in their own homes." have less restrictive rules hearts to contribute books to

BY STANLEY"SWEETS" SWEETING 24- March 1. The Idea for a book drive than regular ones for takingout the drive and become members

LINE-O-TYPE A project of the Student Bar; came, he said, after he attended books. We think it will lead of the "Book Corps."

Association of the Universityof the law school divlson to a big upsurge In reading and "Tnere's so much enjoy-

THE LITTLE RED BOOK:The North-South Golf Tourney,an Miami School of Law, in meeting at the American Bar we think it's very importantfor ment in reading books," he

annual event for top Negro amateur players, will be a 3-day cooperation with UM Under- Association convention which Miami's disadvantagedpoor said, "and there's greater

54-hole affair starting Feb. 19. The Ever- graduate Student Government, studied minority group problems ," added Entin, who was enjoyment in sharing books
glades Hotel will headquarter the players In 1967 in Who's Who "
its goal is to collect between "One of the main pro- listed with others.
with Joe Louis and Jackie Robinson expectedto
blems is that when don't
15,000 and 20,000 books of all people
compete. Defending champ is Canadian ,
types from students on the UM have the opportunity to read,
Doran Dochet . Headstart classes of Dun-
it reflects later in school
Bis- high
bar elementary are visiting Community'' \ campus College, Barry College and Miami-, reading rates and comprehension Call or Write Now for Our
cayne
Helpers while Resource Persons are visiting
Dade Junior College South and in learning and makes
these little folk. They visited Southern I PRE-EASTER
Coral Gables Senior High college entrance difficult.Our
Bakery with Dental Hygienist Rita Beigel
School with aid from its key drive won't solve all the problem -
visiting them during Dental Health Week.,. Club. :--but it will be a start.
Choreographer Kelsan Farrington due home BUNNY HOP
Trrni[ t Drive coordinator Alvin E. The students at the cooperating -
from Lake Butler (Fla) anytime now. Hopes to star In nightclubs Entin 23-year-old UM law schools think it's a great
Summer and Fall revues available to his talents. "
idea to the books.
school junior from Passaic, provide
N.J. said "We're looking: Entin said that besides pro- 5 DAYS -4 NIGHTSIn
NOTES ON A NAPKIN: Count on Blanche Calloway when !it ,
fiction and non-fiction paperbacks viding a needed service, the beautiful SANTO DOMINGO,
comes to getting Involved In any project for civic betterment.The .
dictionaries, en- drive will offer the youth of Dominican RepublicALL
former big-time band leader dramatist's most recent
Miami the chance to demon-
books
cyclopedias .hardcover
centered around EXPENSE: $196.10
the Career
activity Opportunity Forum(cosponsored -
ranging from the 'Bobbsey strate that student leaders and
by Greyhound Lines and Radio Station WMBM)held students In general realize Leave Miami Monday, March 31,2 p.m. I

In Everglades Hotel Tuesday noon. Serving as moderator the Norhwes'ernChorus their relevance to the community P.A.A. Flight #235

WMBM public relations and community relations governess which surrounds them, Depart Santo Domingo Friday, April 4,9:25: a.m. .J

teamed with former Brooklyn Dodgers baseball great Joe Presents and also the enhance the relationship Sponsored by Tour DepartmentNorth's
Black (v.p. of Greyhound Lines' Special Markets) In bringingthis between the ethnic
forum to Mlamlans. Travel BureauPHONE
"The Mikado"The groups in the Miami area.

SALT WATER TAFFY: Sp/4 Leonard Porter of Ft Hood!, Receptacles for the books : 379-8451 (305 AC)
Concert Chorus of Mi- will be located on the campus
Texas arrived home last! to attend the NOW
Friday funeral of Sandy ami Northwestern Senior High during Book Drive Week. MAKE RESERVATION
Bethel buried from St Phillip's Catholic In 25th)
opa-locka last (Deadline February
School will present two thrill "We have about 15 law stu-
Saturday. Significant Is the fact that the handsome soldier-soi .
ing performances of Gilbert dents who will handle sortingand
I Fraternal
Organizations
of Mabel Johnson-porter presented the deceased beauty with Social! Civic,
& Sullivan's operetta,The stocking the books and Invited
Especially
the tiny white-flowered"heart" that rested In the casket be-
Mikado,"Friday and Saturday periodicals. Then we hope to
side her. Another admirer contributed a massive "bleedtniheart"
evenings, Feb 1415atSp.mIn .
bouquet of beautiful carnations. Both "love emblems"were
the school auditorium.The .
buried with her.Young porter was among the many hope-
cast Is as follows The
fuls who had high hopes of one day making the departed beauty :
Mikado-James and
his bride--but death interferred--halting all plans. He returned Seymour MAYS DRESSES
Earl Golden Nanki-Poo-
to his Army base on Tuesday. ;
George Sanders; Ko-Ko
Howard[ Bolden pooh-Bah- '
THE WEEK'S WASH: Latin management and ownership of ;
Dade County's fleet of service stations continue to run ram- John Lumpkln; Pish-Tush,,

pant. But there's a Citgo gas depot at Golden Glades Road(NW Lehman Beneby; Yum-Yum, gSAE

.167th St) and 17th Avenue owned and operated Chinese. . Faye Blandford Hughes and Cynthia <<
Pitti-Sing
The Carl (Theresa) Abners are threeing. It's a boy, Travis Culmer and; Katherine, Angela Way 1 II I
;;
Lamon, who arrived at Marcy hosp Feb 4 weighing 6 lbs 5 ozs Peep-Bo-Beatrice McIver '
'yi. Eugene Duncombe Jr and wife Theresa named him Gary ;;
Katisha-Lorraine Phillips. In
Our NewWAREHOUSE
[Bernard after his Christian Memorial arrival janSl. . Widow .
The chorus is widely known
Verne Taylor-Tinker is now a grandma via her son Robert,,
for its musical production and
whose daughter Robin Verne Elizabeth Reed arrived ina North
Miami hosp.SCRATCH. it Is cordially inviting the pub- OUTLET
lic to attend.

The production is under the
MY BACK:YorickKempbeddedatMercy 1 ...
direction of Mr. Arthur L.
Young Linda Parker was attached (not criminally) last Tues- Evans. 2800 .5th Ave.

day night as she'alighted from in MTA bus enroute home. The

charming lassie had just left her clerical chores at Central

Bank on 36th St. The attack-robbery occured on NW 22nd Ave ANNUAL CALENDAR FEAST

in the Bunche Park sector of Opa-locka,a short distance from

her home. police are Investigating. . Shifting in 2nd Gear: The Lily-white Security
Inez Worthy-Brantley from maid at West Dunbar elementaryto Benefit Ass'n of the Miami THOUSANDS OF

Sixth Grade Aide at Lillie C. Evans elementary. district cordially Invites you
to attend its Annual Calendar"east

STUFF AND SUCH: Dining at Marvin's: Charles Hadley, Sunday,Feb.16,from

Gwendoly Sawyer-Cherry, Marie Carl...Retired Police Ser- 3 t to 6 p.m. at Greater Bethel DRESSESSUITS

geant Clinton Williams now house manager at The Parrot Bar AME Church, first floor, 245

..Look-Alikes:Elizabeth James is a carbon copy for Cleoria NW 8th St. Prizes will be

Webb . We often wonder what a whale of a tennis match awarded. ARKED DOWN ; MAKING ROOM]
must be going on in Heaven, what with former local stars like Margaret Carey and Ophelia

Chris Ingraham, Bill Artis,Ernest Russell,Drs Kelsey pharr Luskie are district deputies : FOR NEW SHIPMENTS.
and W. B. Sawyer and Chocolate weilding the competitive F .I! ,

rackets. Dr Albert I
? Edwardsqulck-snackingat Royal Castleon j


N. W. 62nd.SWEETS' TREATS. : Former Miamian and Miami Times : 1


news and mechanical staffer Henry E. A. McKtnney (now a t J92 288 38

WPB business man) birthdayed Monday(Feb 10). He's now 62

. . M. Evelyn Boggs-Smith, life-long friend of the deceasedDr

Warren Hale Collie and his widow Margaret,was a promi-

nent mourner: at the dentist's funeral held in West Palm Beach

last Thursday . Mrs Clyde (Ova) Killens joined the entourage | JUNIOR PETITES JUNIORS MISSES HALF SIZES

that Included many Miami professionals, who repre- ,
,sented Greek, Medical and Professional fraternities > -
. Dr H. ur.ry Healthy Normal Hut
Collie was acclaimed one of the South's must prominent and GROWS from the HAIR ROOTSIn LARGE SELECTION OF
YOUR SCALP. The condition ot
respected dentists.CONFIDENTIALLY. your hair' often depends htavtlyn 86p'f
the natural health ot jrourMtp. oNE
Yttn ate DOCTOR CAR DRESSESSUITS
YOURS NOT Invented I mdlt'.tM tar
: Birthdays February Marion o
:
formula called CARBONOIbwhich CE
Johnson, Lucille Sneed 2nd. . Cortel Owens, Juanita New- in beneficial la mixed Iniredlenta.with many prov CAR* (VALUES TO $19.99 QR

bold, Walter McDiniels, Anna D.Johnson 3rd.. Willie Flet- BONOEL 1* such 1 strong power pow

cher 4th . Henry(Bozie)Johnson Jr 5th . .Johnalie Johnson ful work antiseptic In helping and doe an such ITCHY fine MANY SAMPLES
Wilbert Charlton BUMPY DANDRUFF scalp,th.<
King
Whipple, Bernard Briggs 6th. . many DOCTORS retard It highly
Priscilla Leverity, Keith Lynch, Robert Hamberg, Dewey scalp and PRESCRIBI trouble. Many it for many HURRY IN FOR BEST SELECTION NONE HIGHER
annoying
Knight ni 7th . Clarice R. Littles 9th . Seretta Turner, externally caused scalp conditions -

Barbara Harkins, Grace Teamer, H. E.A McK1nneyAdreianBethel :.r't greatly Triple. relieved atren
10th ., Ida Hall, joAnn Golatt, Aaron Robinson Jr, formula Write: SCALP for this FORMULAnow. DOCTOH tCXNUINZ

Garth C. Reeves Sr 12th. William Ingraham 13th. . Kim It will bo sent to you oil
intend and ready to USA n :
Burrows, George Smith, Marth A. Collins 14th. FOR T DAY. and If use you are MlUtbfled.
your 110"t'IE.. Fay
only *13f on delivery This in.elude MAYS DRESSES
MORE FEBRUARY BIRTHDAYS: S. Frank McCoy,Floyzell everything- .Don't pay a
pen-v more You c t it with full
Williams, Leroy Manning 16th. ..Doris Smith, B. A. Morse If"10 U.e the fined MXOI.CATXD .

17th, . Alice Akins 18th. . R. Duren, F. Rolle, C.. Mapp money can SCALP Iou,..FORMULA Your hair Four and

19th. . Nina Anders 21st.. Delores Covin, Patrice Frier- Kelp your name deserve and line addrec care.to luit-COLO send 2800 H.W. 5th Ave.
son 22nd. .Maude Ellison Charlotte Ellison MZDAL HAIR PRODUCTS INC.
Arrie
Dowdell, Deft. IM, Inweod. L 1.. N V. 11W4
Valtena Gibson 23rd . Junious Fortson, Tami Whipple, *"l2?: T111 J
FORMULA carrlo 1 % Wf' '
Kevin Brown 24th. . Rose Marie Johnson, Mildred Shateen, torn money back guarantee. > CENTER OF GARMENT DISTRICT yS

Ada Barnes, Altheria Burroughs 25th. . Eric Harrow 26th

. . Louise McQueen, flanard McPhaul,Helen Barbary, Daisy
James 27th.



8 THE MIAMI TIMES, Friday, February 14, 19.49
l "
i, 4 ) 3F On Controversial
fs Agreement Reached
;

t Nat Turner Movie

-
1d betweenthe be Styron's book. In a press release which
The controversy and Jewison appeared in the
"Both Wolpher Hollywood
I and David
black community
; and Nor- have assured us, "she con- trade papers on Feb. 2, Rich-
: Wolpher, producer director over tinued, "that they will projecta ard D.Zanuck,Twentieth Century -
Jewison ,
man ,
of Nat Turneras Fox vice
positive image president in
,
WilllamStyron'sbook
of
) the filming black revolutionary, and announcing they had
: "The Confessions of a signed
Nat Turner", Is being settled, that such things as slaves lust- James Earl Jones to play the
to Louise Meri- ing after white womenandraping lead role, used the new title
according
them, slaves putting down of the picture, "Nat Turner
wether chairman of the Black ,
? ; : Anti-Defamation, Association the rebellion, homosexual incidents "We feel this isagreatvic-

t (DADA). Final wording of the and other figments will not ofstyron's tory Miss for Meriwether all black people,"
imagination,
% 9 agreement Is being workedout said. "An
A il : Y'y RA be included in the screenplay honest motion picture about
( 4 if : by Twentieth Century Fox.
." Nat Turner will benefit all
BADA which has gained
,
I prominence as a national The association has agreedto Americans and we can only
i1 organization, was orginally call off its protest move- hope that Hollywood can pull
ment and all planned demon- it off"
founded as an ad hoc com-
/ and boycotts, Miss Sponsors and
mittee to protest the makingof strations supporters of
r.. % this movie.They demandedthat Meriwether said. BADA include Congressman
a motion picture be made Also attending the meetingwere : Adam Clayton Powell Jr,
based on the true facts of Nat Ossie Davis, National Black Panthers of L.A.,Black
P Turner, and that no picturebear chairman of BADA, VantileE. Students Unions. Rev. JamesA.
: the title of Styron's book Whitefield, co-founder, and Hargett of Dr King's South-
"Lest it lend validity to his Frank Clark of the Black Con- ern Christian Leadership
distortions of history." gress. Lew Peterson, who is i Conference, Ron Karenga's
efi s P A s r4t "We had a meeting on Dec. writing the screenplay, was: US group, and Los Angeles

13 with Wolpher and Jewison, also present, among others. NAACP.
r4'g y "Miss Meriwether said,"and
they agreed to change the title
of their movie and to also use
y I rFEB.
7.. other source material. This
r I means that the screenplay will
L I
not be based onStyron's"Con
$ IV fessions of Nit Turner" but

I upon a variety of source material 21-26
only one of which will

TCBing- Diana Ross and The Supremes and the fabulous Temptationsare

number-one again. After scoring unanimous acclaim for their hour-long NO 'KIDS' SATURDAYThis

color television production, TCB, the two Motown groups' original soundtrack -
Feb. 15
Saturday only, ,
from the production is nowthe nation's top selling LP. They account there will be no performanceof at our new home

for eight of Motown's 14 best selling albums now in the top SO of the trade "The Kids" as they are In ) MIAMI BEACHCONVENTION

charts. Front, left to right, Supremes, Mary Wilson, Diana Ross and Cindy rehearsal for Episode ##8,
"Mistaken Identity"whichopens
Birdsong. Rear, left to right, The Temptations, Paul Williams, Melvin at the Playhouse, Sat- HALLThis

Franklin, Eddie Kendricks, Otis Williams and Dennis Edwards. urday, Februar y 22, at 2 p.m.
year, the Miami International Boat Show
will present the new Wide, Wonderful

I Art Exhibition At FMCFlorida Rock Jazz HappeningNow World of Water Hall. This at the great Miami new exhibit Beach

10 acres of floor space, com
Memorial College, had its origins in Live Oak, I f! that the new season is very much in the Charles enclosed and air-conditioned
Dade County's newest four Fla. in 1879 and for the past underway on all fronts, so the Llyod bag; "The Electronic plenty of parking space is the
year liberal arts chool, will 50 years was located in St. contemporary music season Arts Ensemble"; a group that 't miss in this exposition fabulous areas.show
inaugurate its initial art exhibitions Augustine before relocating to starts. this Sunday, February might rem I n d one of the a'fabulous showplace!
at the college site on Miami last September.A 16, at the Rancher Lounge, "Blood Sweat and Tears";and : Friday 7:30-11: p.m.
NW 158th St. and 42nd Ave. group showing featuring Biscayne Boulevard and 126th "The Feddish", a L thru Wed. -1 pm-11 pm
commencing February 16. Larry Donovan of the Uni- Street. As Alan Rock (Chan- now sound that encompossesthe
The announcement was versity of Miami and Coconut ne123) and (,China Va 11 e s Blues to the progressiveRock
made by Dean Llllle L.Jones, Grove artist, William Herrs-([WGBS Radio)kicks off their 4th and the Avant Guarde

chairman, and Wallace M. chaft, may be seen from March Season of Contemporary Jazz Forms.
Beasley, Jr., cochairman.The 2 until March 31. American Music. This week Two shows are scheduled
program series is theme, "A Rock-Jazz Happen- starting at 4:30 p.m. with the ; 1 1' Iqat Shdwsl 1
sponsored by the campus "Protest In Painting and ing". The groups featured are second show at 7:30 p.m. Ad-
"Life Committee." Sculptor" the works of Barry all young energetic musicianswith mission just two dollars and
The works of Owen Lee, College artist, Mark Lynch, full musical backgrounds. there will be a special section
Coconut Grove artist, will will be shown from April 6th The groups include, "Bitter for non-drinkers and those
open the series at 3:p.m.Sun- to the 30th.MiamiDade. End Jazz", a group that is under 21.MIAMI LIB C IT '
_
day with a reception and Junior College ITmm
faculty and friends of the artist sculptor, David Gossoff, will I
will be available to meet the exhibit "Pop Sculptor" from NOW SHOWINGII!! If{ :rfteA R ,
public. The exhibition will stay May 4th to the 31st.
until February 22nd and maybe Other members of the com- SCREENED ONCE The Toughest Hellfighter of All!
seen in the lobby of the mittee of the college, whichis I "
college library.The sponsoring the exhibitions ONLY 9:00 ".. '
head of the college art include, Dr. W i 1 lian Barn- I
department, Jules Bacot, will hartProfessor John E. Price, , ( rt
display his works from Feb-. Dr. James G. Poolos, Mrs. ....kA'.'1' :J' lt 1 tJ.I1 ,'' tl, 1.
ruary 23rd until March 1.This Mary Ysgandes, Julius Bacot, '.i
will feature a series of paint- Mrs. Betty Ferguson, Gordon STEVE: ""' 'N':'I"
ings depicting the history :of Ennis, '.?-nd..a. student, David
the 77 year old school, which Smith. t CCUEE1M4D


Commissioner Range Speaks

I.
At Primary School "C"The

little children at Pri- written In history. ,

mary School."C"_were hon- After Mrs. Range's speech, I :
ored on Wednesday morningto the children participated In the
have the first Negro Com- celebration by rendering Ne-
missioner of Miami, Mrs. gro spirituals, role-playing
A t h a II e Range, to speak to famous Negroes, and doing an
them. She is one of the prom 1- interpretive dance entitled jJ0IJNwAYNE
]
net Negroes who helped themto "Born Free."
celebrate Negro History The children also had another s I

I. wee k. Mrs. Range told the Negro guest Officer Lee, "
children about a famous con- from the Sheriffs Department

temporary Negro, Martin Lu- to visit their school this week. / tut,.nc.i IS]
ther King, whose name will be Officer Lee talked with the
written in history because of children about safety. "f.'llaS

his great work. She encouraged Mrs. Geraldine Davis, reporter JAY C, FLIPPEN BRUCE CABOT VERA MILES"M .
them to obo/ tuL pirautsJuJt3i8.nr3b9U.UjI Mrs. Mattie Blake
; ,assistant -
fDlD. Screenplay by CLAIR HUFFAKER Directed by ANDREW V.McUGlEN Produced by ROBERT ARTHUR
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Daughter Elks Cinderella Time For Miami ZetasBeta

No. 769
Tau Zeta Chapter of
f fc:1 fo
Put OverA Zeta Phi Beta Sorority, Inc., I
begins its Annual Cinderella

Great Search for 1969-70. The pur-
pose of the search is to raise
money for our scholarship
Program
fund. This fund is used to aid
:: Enthusiasm 'runs high deserving twelth grade girls
: BY DAVE BONDU( among the Daughters of and girls alredy in college

Greater Miami Temple in putting who exemplies finer woman- Y
over a great m numerically hood to further thir educa-
glad I win/' My thanks to the City of Miami; to Mayor and financial for tion. ; :
Steve Clark Art Bruns of the Miami Villas t
; owner Springs ;
their temple the Dt.Ruler,has
Lew Price, director of the City of Miami Publicity& Tour- Vying for Miss Cinderella.are I
asked each member to follow ',
ism Department and his staff, Howard Berger, Man Costa, Miss Marvilean Johnsonand Y.n:
the pattern to build their tem
Miss Vivian Canada. .k.'ya:
George Peters, Walter Marks, and the secretaries;George ,'
pIe. There will be fun as wellas
MacLean Dr. Jimmy jamas Frank Strafaci Elmore Miss Marvilean Johnson : ,
; Harry work, and each Daughter is B. :: 1<
and everybody whose names I did not get who were connectedwith daughter of Mr.and Mrs.Her-
to to Dt.
requested run over
the National Baseball Golf Tournament.I received 148 MARVILEAN JOHNSONto VIVIAN CANADA
players Edna Davis the month in which bert Johnson, of 10700 SW
a beautiful plaque and golf bags as my prize: Miami Heral d I'she was born. Dt. Davis is the St., Richmond Heights. A attend Florida A&M University City Sr. High School: a mem-
Sports Writer Ray Crawford walked off with second place in chairman of the Birthday celebration senior at Miami Killian Sr. in the fall. ber of the Marching Chiefs
our Press Division;Glen Kirchhoff of the Mia mi Herald won third each and every month High School, an active mem- Miss Vivian Canada,daugh- and FHA._ Vivian plans to attend -
place; and our own editor'. Garth Reeves was tied for fourth there is quite a party. ber in Girl Scouts,4-H,Meek- ter of Mr. and Mrs. J. Cana- Hampton Institute in West
place. My foursome was inactive Major Leaguer Augie Ber- ins 'and Klllian's girls gym- da of 14100 NW 23rdCt.,Opalocka Virginia to major in Home
gamo who was a great outfielder for St.Louise Cardinals and All Daughters inspiring for nastics team. Marvilean plans.MM.1MVi.Ml8 A senior at Miami Carol Economics.

winner of his flight. membership in the past
Former Brooklyn Dodger great, Joe Black, who is now vice Daughter rulers council by
president of Special Marketing with Greyhound t Inc.; meritorlus service, must Wigs Falls/ Afro
popular and man about town, "Speedy" Gonzales, won the follow the guidelines by increasing ('el"t
guest division of the tournament. I was delighted that four bro- in large number the F : WIG SALE SALE PRICE
.
thers played. They were Garth Reeves, Ernest Hayes, Judge membership or raising one DOUBLE ACTION
James Matthews,and yours truly. Art Bruns is to be compli- hundred dollars at least. s'.n'. ., IC0L0RSGRAYWURW.X $69.95 $16.95
mented on the dinner he served at the Villas. It was the biggestand 2 DRESSES HAIR IN MACE
finest piece of beef Ihave ever'been served anywhere, and Deputy Grand Exalted Rulerto
Phone 866-7379
believe mo I have eaten in some very "ritzy" places. visi t the Temple will be
Now that the baseball players tourney is over,we are faced graced on Wednesday evening
with the North-South which starts Feb. 18th. Our town is already with an official visit from
loaded with visitors I and prospective players, so let's Deputy Grand Exalted Ruler, fi&ff
make them feel at home. So much for golf as soon as I invite Lt. Lewis Duty, Deputy Duty {
you to come out to Miami Springs and watch the players. It is will be graciously receivedand FASHION CLOTHIERS |

free. any order coming from

the Grand Lodge will be com- I'
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PRETTY BOY OF THE WEEK: Dave BoydDeputy Director of plied with Dt. Ruler Screen QUALITY MEN'S CLOTHING

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Name Brands At ;;
VIP OF THE WEEK: Dewey Knight watching with anxiety to the
MOTHER OF THE WEEK:Thelm.\Valles(wife of China Valles) first meeting in April, when 'I I=

"Mr. Webster" -- who was a smart man . k says that the financial rally will take DISCOUNT PRICES ....
"THING": any matter, circumstance, affair or concern.That place and daughters will report :
which is done, has been done, or is to be done; a happening; and look forward to receiving a MEN'S FURNISHINGS

act, deed, incident, event, as what a thing can do, he'll accom- a trip to Nassau witha ) '
plish greater things; that which constitutes an end to be achieved companion, Dt. Madie Smithis SUITS-SPORTCOATS jr r'J

; a step in progress; as the next thing is to mix thoroughly; running ahead with the lar- ;J; SLACKS ; ,.

that which isconceived, spoken of or referred to as existingas gest number of new members. HESTER KINCHENS : :
individual as everything is the She will soon be entitled to ;:
an distinguishable entity; RETAIL .
(formerly of Cette Roselte) &
/ '-:universe; a tangible object: a person (used in e ',' Past Dt. Rulers Honors.SPECIAL :'! has joined the staff 011: 1; .3 l
as It's that other thing I want;In law, that which may be owned; Sylvia's World of 111; WHOLESALEFREE il
make a good thing of; that which is wise, adviseable, essential i
t ; a thing in itself; that aspect of a thing which has reality Beauty >> >>
beyond human perception and knowledge and hence can never SALE 5623 NW 7th Avenue 11 ALTERATIONSIHvHilB i11
be known. . Now with that definition of the thing," it Phone: 751-9128 ;

might help you to distinguish your thing from somebody else's SPRAY PERFUMES. 1 oz. Specializing in all your
thing. Wivitever your "thing" is in this world,let it be a good copies of Estee Louder, hair beauty needs ElI!
This is a word that is going around the world and every- .... :
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one is "doing their thing" whether dancing, singing,working, Tabu. Also I genuine
or just plain living, it came to ma that an explanation was due GI-GI. $1.10 each or $10
to try to bridge the generation gap. In other words let the old dozen. 31 E. 42nd Street, You don't have to go to Canada anymore. to get this legendary
folks know what the kids are talking about when they say they Hialeah. Canadian whisky.
are doing their "thing". And with that,lam finished with this
822-7452 But before out and buy it, there are two things really
you
you go
thing, you dig? And if you do not think there is a generationgap
just listen to that program of the same name on TV some i should know
I night, when the children answer questions from the good old I First, Crown Royal costs you more than other whiskies. Second, it
days, and the parents answer questions about these days. It is tastes better than other whiskies.

entertaining and educational. YOUNG LAND You spend a little. But you l live a little.i .

QUICK NOTE DEPARTMENT: Shirley Bassey as great as Look who's here) Mr.
ever at the Eden Roc. Peanuts Taylor came over from Nassauto Tender Loving Care for
see her show, as usual, and we really enjoyed it. . God- those little ones that we
frey Cambridge in this week at the Diplomat. He has the flu, love so dear.

but is making the gig . Popular Philadelphian MorticianJoe Callus and we'll be sure
Terry and Attorney Herb Hardin are in our city getting to take good care.
ready for North-South Joe was second In his flight last year,
and IS "shapping up to win this year" he said. . 'Til next At: 90th ST. & 20th AVEIn
I time LIVE LIFE EVERY GOLDEN MINUTE OF IT PEACEI ( rear of church)

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Brothers of Greater Mi- According to Executive DI- invites you to a
ami is focusing with a con- rector George Pfeiffer, the
cerned eye on the Negro com program, which sponsors the TEA READING
munity. On Thursday,Feb. 13, matching of one volunteer,
Feb. 16 1969at
Sunday
a new Big Brothers office is adult Big Brother to one Lit- ,

opening at 6255 NW Seventh tle Brother In need of a friend, 1200 NW 57th St. ; ,)
Avenue in the heart of the Lib- will "try to develop a greater
erty City area. involvement in the Negro com Time: 7:00-9:00 p.m.

Mayor Steve Clark and his munity. There are literally Donation: $1.00 s q
city commissioners will of- several hundred boys there
ficiate at the cere many thurs- wno can profit from our services -
day. Many other political and ," continued Pfeiffer.
civic leaders will also be
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present. Commissioner David
Kennedy served as presidentof Well-known nationally for
Big Brothers of Greater Miami its positive influence on troub-

during 1966-67..Also attending led, fatherless boys betweenthe f TO YOU.NOjimick .;
.will be Negro com- 'ages 'of 8 and 14, the Big Ib ml.nut in thation.rs .
Mullty |*'w .pr cd.
nrniity leaders, Including Brothers effort has seen nuny
Coach "Traz" Powell. Mays potential "social dropouts"grow
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r HappeningBy By BRENDA JACKSON


Garth C. Reeves Jr.
Nortnwestern's basketball team is number two this week.
only one m.irk from the top.Although the Bulls face tough com-
petition they are still aiming for the number one spot"The
The Louisville Defender of Louisville, Kentucky, publisheda I'M Dynamic Duo, Eddie"Whop" Brown and Johnny"Deke"
story on SIP, a new program founded in the school system Haslem were the high-point men last weekend when the Bulls

The Student Improvement Program was organized by the defeated the Jackson Generals 78-53.Conduct at the game was
students and teachers of Parkland Junior High. It is designed Y s ,; __ most superlative as expected of Northwesterners. The Bulls

to promote a better student-teacher relationship, thus ending ( also defeated Kennedy at Riviera Beach, 88-73.
sporadic disorders. t R The team will take on Central High at Central's gym Friday
The duties of the organization include seeing that the halls 3'k r' and Saturday Roosevelt will again provide the opposition for
and restrooms are kept clean, improving student attitudes and the Bulls.
improving the entire community as well. The Chorus will present the musical operetta the Mikado
After the disturbance at Miami Central, I feel an organization Friday and Saturday at 8 p.m. Theyhaverehearsed very hard
of this kind would prove very effective. Pm sure there to make this performance one to remember. The Concert
are students on campus who'd display a tireless effort to solve Chorus will give a recital at the University of Miami, Satur-
our problems. If they can do it, we .can. day morning at 9:15.: The recital is composed of Negro spirituals -
* * * * * * * in honor of Negro History Week.

To stay in school and receive all
the
opportunities
Happenings at the University of Florida are definitely given
where it's at. The "BlackHappening"it is called is hono- Sold SUtet 0iU Week was the advice given to male students during special assem-
t
ring the spirit of past black heroes. Through out the week they bly Monday. The advice was given by Joe Black former Brook-
will have a potpourri of skits and discussions centering on lyn Dodgers player. Mr. Black, a Negro is now vice president
the role of the black American in society. Our sweetheart soul sister is Janet King ,daughter of Rev. at Grayhound Bus Lines.Jackson.
& Mrs. Earl K.Ktng of 16031NW Court. Jan is a junior at .
The Afro-American Student AssociationAASA)is .
sponsor- Miami Central where she is a majorette,a member of Sorrota, ,
ing this program which asks the question "If we fail to share
O.D.U.S., F.B.L.A., and the Pep Club. Her hobbies are
and ideas each other nations
express among ,especially on our
campuses, then where will they be expressed? singing, playing the violin, and talking on the telephone. ;;

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Brick bats to channel 10 TV Miami who has taken off the Raider Reportsby JottingsBy
screen "The Outcast," one of tie most talked about and en-

joyable TV westerns ever brought to the fans. Although our CHRIS BATES ARNETTA WILLIAMS
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reception Is a bit sorry, we still catch it on Channel 12. .n.nnn. .n..n a.? l
* * * * * * * The Dance Band and Vocal; the point, each of the quest I( .H'\ \'

Now that Willie Allen, first black ever receive a basketball :Ensemble from the Miami- were warmly welcomed.
scholarship to the University of Miami, has married a !Dade Junior College North A new club will be joining FEATURING A JACKSONITE
blonde Wisconsin beauty, I wonder if any other blacks will , the Edison circle of organi- DEBORAH WELLS: Deborah has attended MJHS for four
ever get another scholarship? The local press treated it ra- Junior Class and all music zations. None of the club members years and during her time here she has decided to major in
ther well but we still have our doubts about good old Charlie students.' The purpose of the will give any information Criminology at Dade-Junior.Deborah's activities include Jon-
Tate. 'concert was to inform high on the club until February 29, ior Miss Vice-president, Allied Youth, Chrysalis, Newspaper
* * * * * * * school' students of the programs when they will hold their first staff, senior board, Red Cross representative for Jackson,
AT THE PARTY SCENE: I offered at Miami Dad official meeting. The names of Volunteer Service Bureau, pep club, FTA,and student reporter -
Sharon Lindsay of Coral Gables Senior High School, threwa Junior College. the' members are even kept for WFUN. Her motto is: "Labor and learn until you're old,
swinger last Saturday night that wouldn't wait. Enjoying the Andressa Davis was tappedfor secret. knowledge is better than silver and gold. Silver and gold will
fun were the Chevrons of Opa-locka, the Sensations of Coco- the National Honor Societyfor After a week of sweeping vanish away but a good education will never decay."
nut Grove, the Gable's Cavaliers and a host of Liberty City the 1968 69 school year. victories the Raider Basket- Cupid has seemingly shot an arrow In the heart of Miami
groovers. Also on hand was local disc jockey Donnie Gee. Negro History week was; ball team came up against Jackson. Tri-Hl-Y service club sold and delivered candy
* * * * * * * I kicked off Monday at Edison Coral Gables, this was the heart-shaped lollipops with special messages attached.Anchor
The Sheraton Four Ambassadors was the Saturday night with tags and a Poster Con- turning point of our success. and Civitan sold singing telegrams and had a considerable
scene for a party thrown for Priscilla Lavarity, a student at''test to celebrate the mem- Yet, we did have a victory over amount of fun delivering them.
Miami Edison Senior High School. It is the talk of the town 'ories of great Negroes inhis- Curly High with a score of Edi- MJHS' campus was televised as Bob Reid of WTVJ Channel
and the kids really enjoyed themselves. (tory. son 77 Curley 76. We hopeto 4 commentated on Negro History Week. Negro History Week
* * * * * * * An assembly was called for regain our status when we has had an emphasis on students through History classes and
A surprise going away party was thrown on Saturday night :all boys Monday to hear speakers go up against Carol City, Fri- other means. Bulletin Boards have been creatively decoratedand
in honor of George Busby, Jr. Buz left for the U. S. Army.on on Leadership and day night. the library has a study section relating facts on Negro
Tuesday. His friends and family wish him the best of luck. Achievements. The quest National Forensic League founders, scientists, musicians, writers, etc.
* * * * * * * !speakers were: Mr. Herbert will sponsor a Bunny sale dur- Northwestern finally obtained their first victory in the whole
IN THE PSYCHAEDELIC WORLD: ]Leonard Jr., from Plans fort ing the week of March 18- 26. school term against the Generals as far as competition is

For entertainment in the psychaedelic world, the Mot'ier: o Programs, Mr. W, R. Miller, The candy bunnies will sell concerned. Placing victories in track, girls track, girls basketball -
Invention shook Thee Image Friday and Saturday night doing 'from Administrator System for 25 cents. football, wrestling, and having our unranked team defeated I
their own thing. Group leader Frank Zappa was his normal ]Research, F. E. Bowman from Seniors of the week are: the No. 1 ranked team previously, our second game
jovial self and the crowd enjoyed his jokes and free speech (Greyhounds Lines, Inc. The Berthine Dean and Ozzie was our only fault. Congratulations to the Northwestern Bulls.
as usual. The group is on tour of the country and were here !speeches were dirct and to Black.Tilings Our "General Soul Survey" question this week is: Who's
celebrating the opening of Thee Image where they appearedone your special someone on Valentines Day?
year ago. The Mothers climaxed their Miami appearancewith Theodore Adderly Sylvia Rolle is my heart and soul
a Sunday afternoon matinee. Yvette McKinney Oluster Seabrooks. He's my everything.
* * * * * * * l You Sandra Phillips Geno Nairn. My main man
AT THE SPORTS SCENE: Donald Kerr Sandra Watkins. Happy Valentines Day Stayas
An overflow crowd turned out Friday night in Northwestern'sgym nice and sweet as you are.
where the Bulls met the Generals of Miami Jackson Sen- ., .-
ior High School, who had handed them their only defeat of the Should KnowTHEN Minerva Dickie Heads Society
season. The Bulls who had lost to an early January meeting
with the Gens by 10 points, defeated the Generals by 25 with a ModellingBy
final score of 7853.
* * * * * * * ADELINE PONTIPHFLETIf

Get well wishes to Mr. Murray, father of Ralph and Cheryl, it had been possible, Sun- to koffeeklatch served by four
who spent a short time in Cedars of Lebanon Hospital. We are day, February 2 wO'Jldhave young hostesses selected from

all very happy to see Mr. Murray: back on his feet and with us r' lI'. doubt been proclaimed"Minerva the chorus under supervisionof
,again. 1 Yr' Dickie Day" at the Miss (Atherine McKham).
* * * * * * * home-studio of The Paul La
Pierre School of Musical Arts. Miss Veronica Williams had
Thanks to LaVern Bethel who wrote me a very good com- %lNr Ten lady-members of the the pleasure of introducing her
mentary on my column "Can A Nigger Love A Honky". Good performing Arts Society of the new protlgee, Miss Marvis
luck to you LaVern. I can see that you have a very bright school, under the direction of Martin, thus launching the new
future ahead of you, for your feet are firmly on the ground. '. Miss Dickie (who by the way Is sponsorship program.
I would also like tothankCheryl M. McLeod, Miami Central
sponsored by :
junior, who gave me a very intelligent reply. Cheryl is the/ Miss Adeline your Pontiphflet reporter), Ending this delightful after-
daughter of Mr. & Mrs. Crandell McLeod of Opa-Locka. } demonstrated to their mothers, noon, desert came in the form
of otficialannouncementofour
the
and friends the Importance of
45 OF THE WEEK: "My Whole World Ended' by David Ruffin physical new concert date.Contracthas
training and body cul'
ALBUM OF THE WEEK: "Nancy" by Nancy Wilson been signed stipulating
ture. "We're
concerned that
rental of the fabulous La Ronden
Until later, do your own thing. proper posture and elegance In I g h t c 1 u b 1(Frank Sinatra's
mannerism is Importantfor home base) of the Hotel Fon-
,. our society girls knowing tainebleaiu..Date Sunday
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;; (r- 1 well, they are expected to playa afternoon, June 15.time p.m.
special role ,in .
life since
:: .. Miami Times Ads Don'tCost As usual this is an invitationalaffair
t | they are Improving their ap-" of semi-formal *ttire.
pearances as well as sharpening wishes to thank
t The Society
t
{ They Pay | SHE RAN OUT OF COSMETICS.. their mental awareness," Mrs. Martin Drexel (Founder
t said Miss Dickie in a private Miami
AND SHOWED HER TRUE COLORS / interview.All 1,of the Drexel School of
Beach) for being such lovely
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THE MIAMI TIMES, Friday, February 14, 1969 11 'I


I Breadbasket Electrical' Contractor Gain $400,000 Contracts ,,1;


CHICAGO. Rev. Jesse L. necessary for them to pre- operate with Operation Bread-' creted black unity. These beard in our cries for Justice. companies." '1
Jackson, National Director ofSCLC's pare to do all the construc basket. He has black consci- electrical contracts show We had no power to be heard. "Black unity," concluded )
Operation Breadbasket tion in the black community., ousness. Rev. Brazier's black the real black unity between But our unity gave us the ability Rev. Jackson, "Is beautiful
announced the awarding of The fourblackfirmsreceivingthe ; consciousness plus the black TWO and Operation Bread- to negotiate the electrical with the concrete program to
over $400,000 In electrical contracts are Solar-Ray, consciousness Operation basket. contracts with the International produce with our power.Black
contracts to four black elec- Leroy Young Electric, James:: Breadbasket demanded black "Third, the substance of Brotherhood of Electrical technical aid from our lawy-
trical contractors in the Files Electric and D&E Elec- cooperation. Rev.Brazier toldus black unity is the power to negotiate Workers, Local #134. The ers, architects, insurance
Woodlawn Gardens construc- tric Companies. By cooperating that TWO will use black These contracts rep union has also agreed to cooperate representatives, and minis-
tion program sponsored by within the black commun- businessmen in constructionand resent a major breakthroughwith in several ways to ters were crucial to the work
The Woodlawn Organization. ity they have the ability per- other areas in Woodlawn, the unions for black com make the program a success.In involved in securing these
(TWO). form on major contracts. particularly in the Woodlawn
panies. For so longblackpeo- addition our unity gaveus electrical contracts. We have
"These electrical contracts "Second, Rev. Arthur Bra- Gardens program. Our black ple were locked out of many the general contractor for tested the sweetness of black
awarded to black companies' zier of TWO made it quite consciousness plus our black unions, particularly the build- Woodlawn Gardens, in award- unity, after the long night of
said Rev. Jackson, "is a clear that he was going to co cooperation has produced con- Ing trades, and we were not ing the contracts to the black separation."
breakthrough for the black
community for three reasons
: m MumcMMin mm mu
"First, the gaining of these
significant contracts are not
accident. They are the resultsof
the S C LC's Operation
Breadbasket program which
brought black contractors together ?,+ 3
to give them the
strength and the information
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tf"qlk'6.s): sd'f ". '? ( 14 .t fa e,! h+'C'r'rti' 1. v t, x+ +3a. y? ye / ,/ r ti' s t nr;+'g f 1"
B. T. W. CLASS OF 49

The class of 1949 of Booker -
T. Washington will holdan
important meeting on Mon-
day, February 17, at 8 p.m.
The meeting will be held at the
Allapattah Junior High School.
All 49'ers are urged to be
present.



BUYING

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you hove your own
business?
Let the white communityknow
you are herel' The
Florida Council on Human
Relations Is compiling a

buss..sses 0.,

greater Miami area. The
directory will be distributedto
Interested groups and ,
Individuals who are now ,
not Informed about the ex \
Istence of black businesses.
.. If you wish to be
listed, call Mrs. Luykx at
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Block Rights Movement f ft.



Sparked ReformsIn



Medical SchoolsA

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new generation of future black National Medical Assn. a few Negro physicians who '
doctors, many deeply committed I(NMA) for emerging "from had been refused membership
to civil rights and anti- ivory tower professionalism"to In the AMA," and noted NMA
poverty programs, are infus- take the initiative in bring- has grown in less than 50 yearsto )
ing new life into the nation's ing health care to big city a membership of 5,000. : ,' fi
stodgy medical schools, a national neighborhoods racked by pov- "The NMA advocates a 'f"J' ," ,
magazine asserted erty. It hailed efforts by the single system of medical care ""., :'<" < ; ,
today. Federal Office of Economic for all, regardless of ability ,.; / <;t<.1' ', ',
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Opportunity, which has set up pay. d tft' ,, .. ', :;:,,t v: ,
sparked a new generation of 50 neighborhood health cent- need not be a socialized," .,., .), .> ,," ;: " i
students deeply involved in ers, but noted that 850 are the magazine added. It quotedDr. ",. ".' .'"" "";; ','''..." :
America's major problem needed for the poor. M. Alfred Haynes,project -
that of the non-participants of The national magazine said director for the National ,, ; '" '
the affluent society," says an such centers "are a step in Medical Assn. Foundation, r 'T' o1i1learning
article in the current,Feb- the right direction, whetheror who said good health for all 1. ".
ruary issue of Progressive not they be an ultimate solution "could be achieved through a
the right way to brush his teeth is young Dexter Fain, 4, a
Architecture in correcting the inequality partnership among Govern-
"A significant proportionof of medical care." ment agencies, organized patient at Variety Children's Hospital, one of the many lads visited by the

students now entering medi- I traced the history of the medicine, Individual com- Miami Dental Hygenists Society members as part of the observance of "Na

cal school have excellent NMA, "originally founded byAppointed munities, and industry." tional Dental Health Week" in Miami. The pretty girls are: (left to right) t,

behavioral backgrounds sciences in the social There and Kathy Schoenberger; "Miss Healthy Smile", Jackie Bowen, a student at Hia-'

are also many who have done Director ,leah High; Alicia Einhorn; and Mary Largay.

tours of duty in the Peace Mrs. Ozora R. Shell has

Corps. been recently appointed as School StudentsAt
Institute For High
"These medical studentsare Director of Parent Activitiesand t r 3ry Bioiogy
becoming part of a new so- Community Volunteers for
cial force," the maga.zinesays Head Start by Dade County FAMU
in a special edition devoted to Board of Public Instruction.She .
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the nation's medical care. is located in room 305 of TALLAHASSEE Florida < ,' man of the department of biology I
"They are showing concern 'the' English center. Mrs.Shell A&M University assistant ,'" 'p;,:. Atlanta University; Dr.
over the social fabric into is succeeding Joseph Anderson professor ofbioloby Zubie ,.; Andre F. Clewell, associate
which medical care is woven. who is now principalof Metcalf has a good thing going, { professor of biology, Florida
Their emphasis differs from Booker T, Washington High and he plans to share it with \ State University; and Metcalf, i
that of the older generation of,School and a former student of biology teachers from appro- who holds a B.S. degree from
doctors. They are intriguedby Mrs. Shell's at BethuneCookman ximately 40 states for the I Dayton University in Ohio,and I
the glories of science, but College where she taughtfor benefit of junior and senior a Master's from Miami Uni-
they are also deeply interested several years. high school biology students. versity of Ohio.E. .
in the physician's social She will be remembered as For the fourth consecutive
commitment." a director of many workshops ami with 21 pupils and several' summer, Metcalf has been
However, Progressive including kindergarten and on a waiting list. awarded a grant exceeding 0. CULMER
Architecture says, "The stu- early childhood education at Miss Helen Stolto is Project $50,000 by the National Public AccountantINCOME
dents are frustrated by cur- BCC. She was formerly employed Head Start Manager and Science Foundation for a
riculums that fail to take into in Broward County as would like to see more parents stitute for junior and TAXNOTARY
account such problems as unemployment supervisor of schools and dean Involved in the Head Start and secondary school teachers.A .
inadequate housing of girls, supervisor of Brad volunteer program. HEP special feature for this
and marginal incomes as ford County Negro Schools, groups'are,organized In most ,summer's Institute will Include The faculty for the institute
constituting' legitimate health Starke, Fla., for seven years, schools (HEP-HeadStart En- a "model class' where will Include: Dr. Roy Hunter, 633-3735 "
problems. Their accusation of and has taught for many sum- listed Parents) that we hope the teachers will be able to professor of biology from At-
health care dispensed by clinics mers at Florida Memorial will become enriched by participation watch a prominent professor lanta UaiversityDr; 5264 NW 24th AVE.
is that it ignores the needs College and Florida A&MUni- in this progranu, actually teach a biology courseto Lafayette Frederick, chair-
of its recipients." versity Coming soon a workshopfor high school students and demonstrate -
The magazine sharply attacked She has a daughter who is a parents and volunteers in modern methods of V.......................................................-.
the conservative senior atFloridaAtlantlcUniversity the Head Start program. We teaching biology. Metcalf explains CHINA VALLES ALAN ROCK :: ,
American Medical Assn. majoring in music. are looking for "Male Aides"for "we want to help bi- WGBS WAJA-TV : I
which, it says, "stillholds Mrs. Shell will work in five the program,so that we can ology teachers understand and PRESENT :
medieval beliefs of what is of the six districts in Dade better foster the "father appreciate the teaching pro- HAPPENING
JAZZ
right for the people" includ- County covering 37 schools image" in the classroomwhich blems that they face every day, ROCK :
ing the nostrum that medical with Head Start Units from is missing in many of and at the same time strengthen Sunday, February 16, 1969 : i
care is not a right, "but a one to ten. Dunbar Elemen- the homes. For further infor- their subject matter com- RANCHER LOUNGE, Bis. Blvd. & 126th St. ;
privilege." tary has the 10 units.The most mation call or write, 235 NW petence by giving organized Footurlna
By contrast, the magazine recently organized unit is Ful- Third Ave., Miami, Ph. 350- lectured-laboratory field trip Biffer End Jazz '
praised the predominantly ford Elementary In North Mi- 3627.FRANKLIN'S programs and by bringing .
-- them into personal contact : Plus :
r- with prominent biologist." The Electronic Arts Ensemble ,
CARPET Teachers attending the institute -
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What's A Buying Club? ; '

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It's More For Your Money! R ,

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Big supermarkets don't quality of the food is inferior. Co-Op Association, to enable of a staff person from the Urban -
generally serve black areasin Just one reason for forming local community residents to League, Elvin Dean and
I Dade County. This forces a Buying- club; to be able to purchase food that is of high five Urban League workers h
residents, without transpor- pay less for more. That's the quality for reduced rates.The from CEP (Concentrated Em-

tation, to shop inhigherpriced purpose of the newly organized buying club is currently being ployment Program). V Iah
,. smaller stores where the Brownsville Neighborhood organized with the assistance :

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::a. : ', '1", ',+ : : ;) :.:;:; }. underway.meeting was On January held to explainthe 29th, a

purpose of the buying club
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help get more members.
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Mr. William deFresne, an
attorney with the EOPI, was

there to assist in writing the i Where The Action Is for "L.E.A.P.ing" into

by-laws and charter. good paying careers with a future, the Urban Lea-

gue's L.E.A.P.office at 1112 NW 62nd Street, num-
Mr. Dean, said in explaina-
ber i is 758-5551.
tion that, "We will get together -
and compile a list of food
items that everyone needs and Urban League Condemns

will then find a food wholesaler -
'--or food wholesalers Anti-Semitic StatementThe

who will sell high quality food

at lower prices. Each week, National Uroan Leaguehas His statement noted that

--.. .- .. -- .---, each family will order what it strongly denounced express.New York's Jewish population
needs, orders will be compiled sions of anti-Semitism by -- with few exceptions -- has
Neal Adams, local grocer, speaking to members of the Brownsville I and sent to the wholesaler. groups and individuals in the been in the forefront of the

Neighborhood CO-OpClub. Mr. Adams, well known for his many civic interests When the order is delivered, current controversy over civil rights movement. "Thatis

was one of those who visited Watts to learn what kind of self-help each buying club member will school decentralization in New not to say," the statement
pay cash for his purchase." York City. continued, "that Individuals
programs were being started there. This explains his interest in the buying Warning that blacks and within each ethnic group,

club and'why he has agreed to serve as consultant to the members. In the The buying club, as more Puerto Ricans who resort to Jewish and black, have not

background is Elvin Dean, Urban League staff member, who is helping to people join, will be able to do such expressions"damage the made irresponsible state-
organize the club.Apprentice. other things to benefit every- cause of community control," ments, especially in the heat

one. For example, the mem- Whitney M. Young, Jr., exe- of controversy."
bers might decide not to rea- cutive director, said behalf "But we are certain," Mr.
Stride Into lize the fullsavingthemselvesand of the League's 55-member Young said, "that the great
instead may choose to National Board of Trusteesthat mass of Jewish inhabitants of
"religious prejudice has New York know that most black
build up the capital of the club
: Labor Uriions'Things ., (This would help the organization -' .oo 'place among peoplewho people are not anti-Semitic,
when emergencies arose; have been the victims of racial ' and vice versa."

are rapidly changing ;:; it could enable the club at some. prejudice." The civil rights leader also

for minorities in the world of f 7 , .. ..: point to buy a freezer, a pur- Mr. Young noted that the condemned the recent dese-
the building and construction chase which would guarantee League and its 93 brancheshad cration of Jewish synagoguesand
trades of Dade County. 4 : further savings to members as frequently attacked other institutions and not-
I. it would enable them to pUrchase instances of anti-Semitism, ed that Negroes had not been
Much credit can be given to j and store meats, fish, yet felt that the "delicate and involved in these "despicableacts.

the newly-established LEAP .:-.< .;J and frozen foods. Other use- critical" nature of the cur- ."
(Labor Education Advance- J V''71, . ,:',. &o ful purchases could also be rent school decentralizationissue Mr. Young concluded his
ment Program) at 1112 NW 62 made by the club that accumu- required reaffirmationof statement by saying: "We can-
Street. Through LEAP, which lates capital. this long-standing position. not emphasize too stronglythat
serves as a cataly the U. S. "The case for school decentralization all oppressed minoritieshave
of Labor to is and stake in defending
Department plans Another important purpose a strong a common -
bring the communty and labor that compelling one and can standon one another from the
a buying club serves, is
and its merits without the corrosive effects of "
management together. own bigotry.
that it has an effect that is felt
of Irrelevant Issues
Injection -
Recently, the LEAP staff on the outside. Buying clubs ," Mr. Young declared. YOUNG RECEIVES MEDAL OF
influence the prices and qual-
has been moving throughoutthe
"The National Urban FREEDOMAs
leaguehas
ity of food in area stores, because -
community establishingthe been and will be one of the one of his last official
LEAP concept and attempting they provide competi- strongest and most aggressive acts, President Johnson
to change the atti- tion. Additionally, they Increase -
advocates of decentralization. awarded the Medal of Free-
tude of black and other minor- their members'awareness ." dom to Whitney M.Young,Jr.,
ity people as they seek applicants of prices and of "Nothing could be more executive director of the Na-

who might be inter- quality items and encourage damaging to the cause of community tional Urban League.
them to no longer settle for inferior
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ested in a future as bricklayers control and nothing The Freedom Medal is the
goods at high prices.
carpenters, electri- civilian award
could confuse the issue more highest a
cal workers, pipefitters, They also en o11'age..pom"! than malicious baiting of President can bestow and

plumbers,. painters, Ironworkers parative shopping., teachers or others because of recipients are cited for meritorious
l roofers or sheet contributions to the
Right now, the efforts of the, their race or religion.
metal workers with the Mi-
Brownsville Neighborhood "There are racist elements security or national interest
ami Building and Construction In of the United States world
Co-Op Association is being directed our society, Mr. Young ,
+, Trades Council, AFL-CIA. towards the job of get- said, "Who would dearly loveto peace, or to cultural or other
see Negroes and Jews-New significant public or private
At this point, some 850 mi- ting as many members as pos-
norities have been placed na- sible. Assisting Elvin Dean,in York City's two largest ethnic endeavors.
tionally. The Miami chapterhas this effort are the five Urban groups .at: each other's Mr. Young, who has been
executive director of the Lea-
throats, because this Infighting -
placed eight with some League workers from CEP ,
weakens the since 1961, was one of
capacityof gue
twenty-six prospective ap- Mr. Francis Goren, Mr. Frank
both to fight the true twenty recipients of the covet
groups
Sam Collier
Mr.
t prentices being processed for Marquess, ,
, racists of our society." ed award
future indenture. Mr. Roland Smith and Miss
9y Mildred Hill.
t At this point, things are beginning URBAN LEAGUE COMMUNITY OFFICES:

r to accelerate at LEAP Present at the organiza- L. E. /, P. 1112 NW 62nd St. ,758-5551
and we look for a more pros- 'tional meeting were the thaler LEADERSHIP DEVELOPMENT

I perous future. members, Neal Adams, 6207 NW 27th Avenue 693-4302
, Consultant, Nelson Wright,
If you are a young man 'John Davis, Viola Davis, OPERATION EQUALITY
between the ages of 18 and 25 Gladys' Taylor, Rufus Griffin 3378 Douglas Road 448-6268: .

(credit given for military ser- ,, ..., - and Irene Macklin. 2338 All Bob Avenue 685-0342
vice) and hold a .high school 536 S. W. 12th Avenue 358.2226
In'the words of Cortez Deshazior(above photo), -
diploma or GED (also prospective In just a short time,the Buy- 6740 NW 15th Avenue 69!.3811)
LEAP has provided him
apprentice
a carpenter ,
June graduates), may-
Ing Club has signed up 30
be this is your great oppor- with an opportunity for ,a future. "Bo," ash e is members, but many more are COMMUNITY LEADERSHIP DEVELOPMENT
1001 3rd
NW Avenue 377.5264
tunity. Visit your LEAP office known to friends, is a graduate of Notre Dame Aca needed.If .
at 1112 NW 62nd St. or CITIZENS CORPS '
demy. Since his graduation, he had been employedas
6207 NW 27th Avenue 693-4302
PlODe'1585551between9a.m.and an orderly at North Shore Hospital when he was you would like to join or
7 p.m.L.E.A.P.. lave about the
questions
your FAMILY PLANNING
approached by Cornel Hatton another LEAP
car-
is a program of buying club answered, please 4638 NW 27th Avenue 6332573I
'the Urban League of Greater penter. Both are training with large construction call. Elvin Dean at 377-3681,'
Miami. companies and earning $2.98 per hour. the Urban League's office.
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Dade County Classroom The teacher association therhood and the library only 1 nW 1 ,
Teachers' Association (CTA) Ueves that periodically it Is during this time; rather to develop -
announces the Inauguration of good to pause and specificallyturn broader concepts of thE
a local program to call the its attention to activities importance of these things in ? e rgti,i,t du,
attention of Dade Countians to which will enrich everyone's Insuring democratic freedom,
"Negro History Week," ob- appreciation of various seg-
served annually during the ments of daily life which are Says CTA, "We must be Y
week In February that includesthe taken for granted or little un- committed to a belief in the !P a
birthdays of Abraham Lincoln derstood. In this way, CTA true brotherhood of man if ware e d a f tie : C*
and Frederick Douglass.CTA may more easily recognize to live up to our demo- V i KSMJK
has asked Mayor Steve achievement, renew its dedi- cratic Ideals. The most effec- -tA7Ctu dtfi IMa4 AaII
Clark of Miami and Metro cation to certain guiding principles tive way to develop this com-
Mayor Chuck Hall to issue pay homage to lead- mitment in our multi-ethnic
proclamations to declare the ers, re-assess its values,acquire country is through an under-
week of February 10 to be designated new insights, under- standing and appreciation oi .
as Negro History standing, and appreciations.Some individual worth and racial
Week. evidences of this are contributions. These under- '
The first observance of Negro shown in the observance of standings and appreciationstend atua P
History Week was in 1926. American Education Weekand to increase as we discover 11
The purpose nosy as then--43 National Brotherhood Week. our similarities, our
years ago .- is to call atten- The implication is not to con- differences, and our interdependence 2T" I aeaQel _
tion to the contribution of black centrate on education, bro ." ----------
Americans to the growth and Mrs. Athalie Range (second from left) member of the Miami City Com

development to pro vide of teachers this countryand with Special/ / Census DirectorTo mission, served as guest speaker during Women's Week activities at Florida
relevant information for the A&M University recently. She talked with Dade County coeds Rita Grantof

classrooms. CTA Executive Count All BlackAmericans Miami and Pamela Carr of Homestead prior to the speech. Looking on is

Director, Pat L.Tornillo,Jr., Mrs. Annie L. Cooper, associate i t dean of students in charge of women.
says that CTA is calling upon
all educators in Dade Countyto FAMU Observes Annual Women's Week
Join with them in sharing The Bureau of the Census, staffing the temporary officein
fully in the 1969 observanceof U. S. Department of Com Trenton with 165 people to TALLAHASSEEFlorida Dr. C.U. Smith, chairmanof while the Black population in
Negro History Week. merce has named Jerry S. preparing the report to the A&M University coeds were the FA MU department of Florida Is on the upswing, the
CTA believes that signifi- Cooper of Washington, D, C., Mayor. told during the Annual Wo- sociology, offered some Interesting Blacks are losing political
cant progress can be made in to head a project designed to Cooper's new assignmentwas men's Week activities that statistics In a speech strength because the numberof
building good human relationsand count all black Americans in created because the Cen- they must work toward im prior to Mrs. Range's talk. Whites are Increasing at a
in establishing good group the 1970 census sus Bureau believes it missedone proving the position of the "There were more Black male faster rate than the Blacks.It .
understanding by means of activities Cooper spent the last four out of every ten blacksIn Black male in today's societyand high school graduates than female was pointed out that this
centered around con- months of 1968 directing the 1960 and wants to reduce become more involved in in 1968 than any other gap can be overcome by Black !
tributions ofblackAmericans.The special census of Trenton, the number of missed personsIn political activities if they are year in the history of the mm and Black women working
substitution of facts for New Jersey, which was con "Census '70." to become a more positive country," he said. together for better conditions (
myths can set the stage for sidered a "dress rehearsal"for force in today's society. But he also pointed out that for all Americans.
wholesome growth and development the national census next
To Improve census cover- Two of Florida's most pro-
for racial under- year. He was responsible for age Cooper will contact out- minent Black citizens who are
standing and appreciation. the entire operation, from side groups such as civil noted for becoming: the first Girl Lied About AttackBy
rights and religious organi- of their race in political
zations as well as other gov- achievements emphasized
Reprints Of Early Negro ernment agencies. He plans to pushing and working along with Boys.
I ask for their suggestions and the Black male to close the The Dade Sheriffs office ed on her neck. According to
cooperation in Improving the achievement gap between the has reported that a white the statement, she sufferedthe
Periodicals OfferedA 1970 census count. Black women and Black men Palmetto Senior High School burn from a cigaret thrown
Cooper believes when the in America. Student has admitted that she from a car In which she was
major reprinting programin Negroes Vols. 1-28,1933- census count is too low,a black State representative Joseph lied when she told of being riding. The clgaret, she said
the area of Negro history, 1960; Race Relations; A neighborhood gets short Kershaw, first Black man in beaten and burned on the neck whipped back into the car and
Reprints of Negro Periodicalshas Monthly Summary of Events changed In Federal funds, political the Florida Legislature since by a 'group of Negro boy stu- went down the neck of her
been announced by Negro and Trends Vols. 1-5 (all power and other bene- reconstruction and an alumnusof dents. sweater.
Universities Press. The first publ.), 1943-1948; Radical fits. And he hopes that these FAMU, urged the coeds to A spokesman for the
I seventeen titles in the series Abolitionist Vols. l-4/5 (all organizations, which need "Think A mer i can, Live sheriffs department said the
include the following: Alex- publ.), 1855-1858; Southern good data on population,hous- American, and continue to be girl had made a statement con- LOOKINGFOR
ander's Magazine Vols. 1-7 Frontier Vols. 1-6(all pUbl), ing and Income in their work an even greater force in to- fessing the hoax.According A JOB?
(all publ.), 1905-1909; Colored 1940-1945; Voice of the Ne- with the black community, will: day's society by getting into to the spokesman, SEE OUR
American Magazine Vols. gro Vols. l-4/2 (all publ.), be able to help promote an accurate politics on all levels." the girl made up the story to CLASSIFIED ADSGwoolwoi'th
M7/5 (all publ.), 1900-1909; 1904-1907. Several titles will census. Mt,3. Athalie Range, first account for a burn she suffer-
Competitor Vols. 1-3/4 (all be available as early as March Black woman member of the
publ.), 1920-1921; Crisis; A and the entire collection will Mr. Cooper has been a Census City Commission of Miami
Record of the Darker Races be completed by May, 1969. Bureau employee since said, "we must address our-
Vols. 1-47, 1910-1940; Doug- An additional thirtyfourtitles 1942, with three years out for selves to the condition of the
lass' Monthly Vols. 1-5 (all many of which are already service in the Navy. He was masses for if we are goingto
publ), 1858-1863; Half-Century in production, will be assistant to the manager of the be a positive force in today's
Vols. 1181all announced In the Fall. the fun place to shop...
Magazine special censu s of the Watts society, we must be a positive
( publ.), 1916-1925; Mes- are in965. force for all level of people."
senger; World's Greatest Ne- This series marks the first
gro Monthly Vols. 1-10/5all complete facsimile reproduction -
publ.), 1917 1928; National of any of these perIodi-
Anti-Slavery Standard Vols. cals. Many of the titles are f iai 7
1-30 (all publ.), 1840-1870; unavailable In complete formin H $5 Downfcfl1t ,.;< , National Era Vols. 1-14 (all any one library and have :,: ,
publ.), 1847-1860; National been completed only by draw- t, s
Principia Vols. 1-5/27 (i.e. Ing upon the holdings of sev- ON r ;;
nos. 1-235; all publ.), 1858- eral libraries. In some cases iJ .f.,: Y.t f ..
1866; Negro Quarterly; A Re- the only existing copy in the I / ;'I, ,! h Ii, '"
view of Negro Life and Culture world has been used for reproduction , .' /'I ,I' I t1 .
Nos. 1-4 (all publ.), 1942- purposes. These ,'
1943; Opportunity; A Journalof periodicals present a broad : ,/ : / ,j ;1 $' ,'
history of black, culture and : I .
Negro Life Vols. 1-17, ; I II :, k
1923-1939; Quarterly Reviewof thought during the nineteenth: : I f Iow"'v' ;' >,f
Higher Education Among and early twentieth centuries. I if
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2 CONSULTANTS TO DEVELOP NEGRO ." U:the author of "Eyed


AND CULTRAL COURSES HISTORY :.:History"; SS-

A specialist on Negro his- the recommendation Super- At the end of each day's Negro His History and Lit-
tory and a New. York educa- intendent Edward L. Whighamfor meeting, the pair will brief erature"; and the "Teacher's
tor will be hired by the Dade the hiring of author Wil- key administrators on Guide to American History.' I
School Board as consultantsfor liam L. Katz and Warren J. developing curriculum units

C.rl i1 C k M..N developing a Negro!history, Halliburton, community coor-
and cultural program here. dinator for the New York City
The school board approvedENGAGEMENT school board.
Plans call for two in-ser \
vice sessions to be conductedby
the consultants, the first at v
Mrs. Doris Ash, 2135 N.W. I ,
Y t\1 Gratigny Elementary, 11905
52nd Street announces the engagement -
Pro North MiamiAve., Feb.17-21,
of her daughter
and the second at Coral Gables
Bernice Elizabeth to Army
Elementary, 105 Minorca
Sgt. Morris Allen.
Ave., Feb. 24-28.
The bride-to-be is a graduate -
of Miami Jackson High i
School. The Groom-to-be is a t...
graduate of Booker T. Wash- .

ington High School. After a yc 14 '\ tiz'
short stay in North Carolina, 1 {{ y{ r
the couple will live in Wash-
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1 u 1 a Valerie Pitt became Kingston, Jamaica. -
r the bride of Sgt. Adam JohnThe groom is the son of Mrs.
1 son, Jr. on Nov. 9, 1968 in Ida Bell Johnson a graduate of ENGAGEDMr.

Oxford, England. Northwestern High School,and and Mrs. Willis Hunterof

> attended Tuskegee Institute. Buena Vista, Georgia, announce -
k The bride is the daughter of He is currently serving in the the engagement of their ,q

). Mr. and Mrs.Cecil G. Pitt of u. S. Air Force. , daughter, Minnie Ruth, 2419

> NW 80th St., Miami, Joseph

Secretaries SeminarAt tji\ ,....>" Edward Burrows, son of Mr. ANDERSON-WRIGHT MARRIAGE
.:t- t r ,: and Mrs. Errol W. Burrows,
UM Feb. 15 ENGAGEMENT 1711 NW 68th Terrace,Miami. Carol Lavan Anderson and Artise Samuel
The bride-elect is a 1966 Wright were married on January 26th at New Mt.
The Coral Gables Chapterof from Pennsylvania, now living Mr. and Mrs.:Charles Barr, graduate of Miami North- Moriah Baptist Church.
the Nation a 1 Secretaries in Punta Gorda, who recently 1680 N.W. 68th St., announcedthe western Sr. High School, and
Association (International) is resumed his teaching career engagement of their the bridegroom-elect is a 1965 The bride is the daughter of Mr. and Mrs.
having their Sixth Annual will speak on creative daughter, Carolyn Dianne, to of James Anderson, 5573 NW 24th Avenue and is a
)I Seminar, "The Creative Sec- writing and speaking. Both William A. Smith, son of Mr. tion. 12th grade student at Miami Jackson High School.

1 retary," on Saturday,Feb.15, speakers will be very inter- and Mrs. Herbert Smith of Miami-Dade Junior College, The groom i is the son of Mr. and Mrs. Otis
at the Learning Center, Uni- esting and educational. Nassau.Jack's 1968.
) Wright of Miami and is a graduate of Miami Jackson
of
Miami Coral
versity The wedding is planned for
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Man's Reach Should Exceed I.
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Beckham, Jr., well-known FOR ,iI
attorney and Associated Pro- STYLES FOR ALL AGES .

fessor of Law at the UnIver- The Very Latest In Men's Fashions New name... .: ',,. :
sity of Miami, who will speakon
SILK MOHAIR SUITS HATS
various phases of Law.Mr. iIiI
ITALIAN SHOES
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educator, retired teacher NW 2nd AVE. MIAMI, FLORIDA
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-', THE MIAMI TIMES, Friday, February 14, 1969 19

F'aJ If At First You Don't SucceedClyde - f
',' 0 ,
/ ..
''" :t'fI :\ Clyde Kendrick of Browns- Kendrick was, indeed,
ville and his wife Bamma discovered over 65 and entitled to draw I Family

last week that persis- checks, now that he is retir-
I
w 1 1a tence can pay off It was on ing. Mrs. Kendrick, who has
+, February 5, 1969, two years been getting benefits on her I Health, I : (
and eleven months afterhe own record for a number of I ,' "
first applied for Social years, can now look for a small I ,,'" :

Security, that,Mr. Kendrick's raise in her checks too. By I Center !
claim was finally approved. filling on his records,she will I :
,increase her monthly amount af
"The problem was establishing I _
to one half of his. "This is o-o-cxxvo
his age, explainedMiss
not an unusual case," Miss
Dorothy Lelpzlger, Lelpzlger added."We find that CAN YOU BE A GOOD PATIENT?
officer-In-charge of the Model
9 Social often, the people we're tryingto
City Security Office. help get discouraged by what We often hear of one being a good patient. Does it make a
was he applied In 1966, he they consider Government red difference what kind of patient you are?Certainly! The key to
already over 65 but had tape. They stop answering our being a good patient is cooperation with your physician. By
difficulty getting together making the doctor's job easier the person receives better
-'- --- letters. They get a denial ,
enough evidence to prove it.
letter feel is unfair but health care.
Artist In A New VentureThe He had not retired so when.. they ,
he they don't come back to ques- If your doctor knows you and your medical history, he can
received
enterprising and renowned friendship, get well, birthday, him a letter telling tion it." provide better care, especially in an emergency.Don't be shy,
that his claim
artist Douglas Staten, please write type cards. was denied, If you need advice or assistance give complete information to your physician, whether you're
former owner of the Gallery In the spring the line will be he Just put it away, figuring with a Social Security talking to him on the phone or in his office. Don't make him

500 in Greenwich Village,New expanded to include a full line he'd later.do" something about it problem call or visit the play guessing games with you.Refusing, to tell him all of your

York City has done it again. for Father's Day, Mother's Model City Social Security symptoms, whether you feel they are important or not, or
Doug has created a complete Day, Christmas and other It wasn't until March, 1968, Office at 5225 N.W. 12th Ave. making up symptoms which you don't have, can delay your
line of four color Afro- general holidays. Should you that Kendrick wrote a letterto in the Grand-Way Building recovery.Be .
American greeting cards, the not find the cards in your lo- reopen the issue. "We're The phone n u m b e r is 757- prepared when you have scheduled an appointment with'your
simplicity, sophistication and I cale, they can be ordered by sure glad he did," says Miss 8591. The office is open Mon- physician. Arrive promptly and have in mind important;:
beauty the Black communityhas mail from: Lelpzlger. After a reeximation day through Friday from 8:30 facts about past Illnesses. Be ready with any questions you
not before experienced.The STANITA of all the evidence and a a.m. until 4:30 p.m. and from want to ask him. Your doctor knows that you are ill and that'
410 Central Park West through search of birth and 8:30 until 7:30 on Thursday is your reason for seeing him so you will find him very pa-
cards are,as Artist Statenis
quick to point out,"American New York, N.Y. 10025 census records in several evenings for those who can- tient.
for $5.00 an assortment of sixteen states it determined ttyU not in the i
cards with Blacks as the was come during day. Be sure that you understand your doctor's instructions for

subject matter". It is the first ', ," ,,', >...!!tl"o': :,, \ \, taking medicine, following a specially prescribed diet and any
>< ,
full line of greeting cards put Unusual profit making "": ,4f: ,, ' '\:/ \ other advice he may give you before you leave him.
American possibilities are available for .'i"' Ja -. .. .
out by an Negroandas ' ,< \' '.1
church school and civic ' Follow doctor's advice and take medica-
such shows a real empathy ; ::4i.'" < through on your
between picture subject and groups Interested in sellingthe ..t; ; 'I\ tions as he prescribed'them' even when you think you feel

greeting message. cards. Your inquiries are better. Otherwise, you may find yourself sicker than you were
welcomed at the above I the first time.

The present line consist of address. Don't insist that your,doctor come to the house if you can go

to his office. The doctor's office is fully equipped with the
JOIN NOW! equipment needed to give through examinations and to perform

AND SUPPORT THE 1r the laboratory tests Indicated for the essential diagnosed entity -
that you might have. It would be better to be there where,
Carver YMCAMembership q ie t tA+ the electrocardiograph and other special machines such as x-'
t"t"I ray or a part of the previous mentioned equipment, that for
DriveCall I him to come to your home and have to get at your'problems..

!I
---- And most Important of all, being a good patient consists of
696.0231.Send membership to:
your (1) following your doctor's instructions completely;
Service Representative Mamie E. Pollock handsa
5770 NW 15th AVENUE (2) not withholding information;
Youth $3.00 Teenage $5.00Adult $10.00 Social Security check to a smiling Bamma Kend- (3) for complete faith in your doctor's 1ty to perform his

Family $25.00 Century $100.00 rick. Job adequately. -(-

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I 1 Return to the office for periodic check ups.Have a high regard -
WHO ADVERTISE THEM
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HEALTH HINT: Accidents do happen. If poisoning occurs,
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PLEASE PATRONIZE THEM I pill lead to the best and quickest treatment, give him the
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CHALLENGE: The North Dade Improvement Association,
Inc., Invites all Opa-locka citizens to join them in an excurs- MILLERS FALLS .
ion to City Hall, on Thursday evening, February 13, at 7:30
p.m. At this meeting; The North Dade Improvement Association Shockproof
Inc. committee members; Mr. David Pemberton, Mr.R.
Jackson, Fr. William O'Connell, Mrs. Lucille Price, Mr.
George Brunt, and Mr. Willie Glenn will present some pri- JIG SAWPatented
mary demands, listing some immediate priorities for neigh- S SP2014
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borhood improvements, such as : A Youth Center, removalof
abandoned cars, and improvement of garbage and trash K A angle blade design

pick-up. for fast cutting. Shoe
ENRICHMENT PROGRAM: Two Opa-locka NeighborhoodCenter Rqq
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tilts 45 In either direction
staff members and eight Miami-Dade Jr. College Students -
. for close, flush
volunteers, are conducting a Saturday morning programwith reverses
youngsters ages 5-14. These children(100 strong on last cuts.Unbreakable housing.
Saturday morning) are engaging in arts and crafts, team
sports, movies, and in the near future field trips will be conducted -
with neighborhood parents as volunteers. This program -
is from 9:00a.m.to 1:00p.m.each Saturday. All parents 112nc
of the area are invited to send their children to the Opa-locka 1/4 INCH
Neighborhood Center during this period, 2341 Ali Baba Ave.
ACTION: Act Now: Join the North Dade Improvement -' Deluxe
Association, Inc. by calling 681-4683, and a worker will come
to register you. Then watch the Opa-locka Neighborhood r

change. DRILLREG. ,, ,
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CHILD OPPORTUNITY CENTER t, !
parents of the Liberty City Child Opportunity Center met $12.88 ..0.y'
for their monthly Children's Assistance GroupCAG) Meetingon :\.y' '.,.
Center.Tuesday January 28, at 7:30 p.m.,at the Child Opportunity Powerful new motor design putsa

The purpose of the meeting was toeleminate the lack of Interest straight-line thrust behind drill

that some of the, parents are showing, and to really get bit for easier control and more N0.s .
them involved in the Center and in the Program. Mr. Hines, 20ioM
Parent Involvement Specialist from our Central Office was accurate drilling. Safety lock M

present, also. He stressed to the parents, the importance of button. 2250 RPM motor. Shock-
their being organized. "This is YOUR Program,and you haveto
show more concern about ill!You are not involved. You haveto proof. i
show more concern about what's going on.We are taking too
much for granted. WE NEED TO GET ORGANIZED III!
Two new committees for our Center were formed at this
meeting, by the parents. They are:Advisory Committee, Mrs.
Nellie Green, Mrs. Orvia Fort, Mrs. Lucy Hawkins, Mrs. SHELVING
Mattie Severance, Mrs. Cleo RumIit, Mrs.Dorothing Gardner, CHOICE SPRUCE ,
Mr. Walter Robinson, Mrs. Lauranna Jones (Chairman), Mr. 7 j hit&A
Henry Owens, Mrs. Mary Smith, and Mrs. Emma L. Powell. 1 X12 INCH <** >
y
Funding Committee, Mrs. Nettie M. Wall (Chairman), Mr.
Claster Jones, Mrs. Doris Hanna, Mr. Henry O'sensIrs. FLAT WALL PAINT. Evenly sowed and w ff WM ff.
Sarah Green, Mrs. Marie DeShazior, Mi's. Anna Howard,Mr. milled smoothly Mi&9ui f /
Walter Robinson. Takes a nice painted,
Mr. Williams, Director, told Parents how they could be of stained or varnished finish ,
assistance to the Center: Participate in the process of making OVER 1,000 CUSTOM Has attractive grain j FOOT &
decisions in the nature of the Program (by representation), COLORS AT ONE patterns LONGER '
Participate in the classrooms as Volunteers or Observers, LOW PRICE
Take part in clothing exchange, Interpreting, Babysitting,
Music, Gardening, Storytelling, Driving autos or trucks, Re- California Redwood 2 x 4's
cruiting childrem from other parents, assisting with children.
on trips, acting as Librarians, Meal helpers,Teacher's Aidesor California ,
Health Aides erior to all 'r
etc.
durability
for ) See this
Many thanks are again, this month, extended to all our INTlRIORSDOro.T.L stock! It's lust what you '- .,
friends that made In-kind Contributions to our Ceuier. want for straight, true par

OPEN( I'JJs'E o.T"'X FUT GAL tition work.
The John F. Kennedy Neighborhood Center held "Open
House" Sunday, January 26, 1969, from 2:00 p.m. until 5:00 Here's a paint made
p.m. All phases of the program were represented, Including with you in mind! /44'A1
Child Opportunity and Youth Opportunity. City official from Long ..
Homestead and Florida City were present.The Dripless formula, covers in one coat t>
affair was a most enjoyable one, with many persons Velvety finish dries in 20 minutes
getting mach better understanding as to thepurpose of i No "painty" mess no "painty"odor
E.O.P.L The Neighborhood Youth Corp(N.Y.C.) students act-
ed as hostess. Soap and water cleans rollers, hands
CITIZENS GOVERNING BOARDA
Citizens Governing Board has been formed, made up of
Neighborhood residents, whose duties will be to make policies.
There have been various committees appointed by the Boardto
place special emphasis on special problems and to do some- LindsleyoLumberMIAMIDADE
thing about them. Some of these problem are bad housing
conditions, lack of job opportunities, inadequate side walks,
not enought garbage collections,not enough recreational facilities -
not enough street lights, bad roads, racial disturbancesat
local schools and others. STORES .'
The Citizens Governing Board meetings are open to the Open Sundays till 2 P.M. Lindslex-RBC
public and are held twice a month(the first and third Wednes-
3505 NW 79th Street-Ph. 6962810N 1635 N.W.28th St.-Ph 635-4511 Stores alsolocated
day nights at 7:30 ). The next meeting is scheduled for
p.m. .W.7th Ave.& 127th St._Ph. 681.7471 2160 s.w. 27th Ave.-Ph 4437432
Wednesday night, February 19, at 7:30, at the J.F.K. Neighborhood NW. 27thAve.at 179thSt.-Ph. 621-0544) 812 SW. 12th Ave.-Ph. 374-5108
Center, 422 S.W. 11th Avenue, Homestead, Florida. 14300 N W.27th Ave.-.688.6523 401 NE. 167th St.-Ph 949-3537 I i In:
8820 Bird Road Ph.221-8311 HIALE : 1295 y,'.49th St.-Ph. 821-2150
-
The officers of the Citizens' Board are as follows Key West ((2 Stores)
Governing : 4300 Ponce de Leon_Ph. 443-7461 PEAR Ht:S. Dime Hwy.-Ph.238-5535 .
Miss Altamease Mays, President;, Calvin Jones,VicePresident 496 N.E. 79th St._Ph. 757-4571 HDMESTLAD.632 Washington Ave.-Ph.247-6813 I IslamoradaTro I
No. 1;. isreal Andrews, Vice-President No. 2; Mrs. S. Dixie b Uudlam Road-Ph. 661.1672 MIAMI STORES BELOW CLOSED SUNDAYS vernier
5891S, Dixie Hwy.-Ph.661-5361
Christine 660NE.96thSt.-Ph.759-2431
Riddle Fort Pierce
Secretary
3817 N.W.17th Ave.-Ph,633.8218 _
16160 Blvd Ph 97-4711
Bispayne
The Citizens' Governing Board and Committee and their Cocoa
Chairmen are as follows: BROWARD COUNTY STORES Open Sundays till 2 P.M. Daytona Beach
Employment, MichealCunningham; Education, Matilda Christian W.HOllYWOOD 1800 N.State Road 7-Ph.989.6850 FT. LAUDERDALE,219 N.W.1st Ave.-Ph. 522-7411 Tampa ((5 Stores)
; Housing, Mae Helen Lightburn Recreation, Mary Rah- HOllYWOOD N.21 Ave.-Ph. 922.5624 POMPANO BEACH 142 S.W. 1st Ave.-Ph.942-0900) Largo
; OAKLAND PARK, 1099 Oakland Park Blvd.-Ph.565.6761 'FT.lAUDERDALEj 800 N.E.3rd Ave:-Ph.522.2572
mings; Sanitation, Willa Harris FT LAUDERDALE:2900 W.Broward Blvd.-Ph. 581.3900 *(FT. LAUDERDALE STORE CLOSED SUNDAY) Pine lias Park,

EXPORT DIVISIONS. ROOF TRUSS PLANT St. Petersburg
OPERATION IMPROVEMENTThe
A
MIAMI: 1135 N.W.28th Sl-Pb.S33103) MIAMI: 14300 N.W.27th AVI.-6880553"O (
Housing Committee, headed by Mrs. Mae Helen Light-
burn, is currently involved in a home improvement campaign
in the Homestead and Florida City area, and has appealed for .,
community doations of paint and other materials to help with
the task. The appeal came after Homestead City Council turn- ,
ed down a similar request,pointing out that public funds legally '
be spent for improving private property.The LATER
Committee made a survey from door to door and turnedup
18 or 20 residents who said they would welcome help with
improving their homes. Some own their homes, other rent.
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22 THE MIAMI TIMES, Friday, February 14, 1969 _ _ ... ..r-unnIAU .. .
AN EXPRESSION OFAPPREriATION IN MrmVrItlIn IN MEMORIAMIn

memory of our dear beloved memory ofBENJAMIN I

I, I CARDS MEMORIALS DEATHS I The family of the late MR.brother WALTER, GRANT

who departed this life, Feb.

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"God% sees when the footstepsall

: CARD OF THANKSThe IN MEMORIAM IN MEMORIAMIn a, } falter

family of the late In loving memory of loving memory of When the pathway has grown
E gr I Ia
too steep,
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MRS. CHARLOTTE JORDAN I"i ., Then he touches the weary
wish to express our sincere eyelids
thanks to the friends and And gives his dear ones sleep"'

neighbors who in the time of i l:. I : a

need and sorrow came to our Sadly missed:

aid. Thanks to all who sent Mrs. Maggie Gibson,sister;

flowers, telegrams and cards y 0 t Mrs. Nora Grant, sister; Mr.

A special thanks to Rahmings John Grant, br other, Mr. PHILLIPSwho

Funeral Home to Rev.EdwardT. Alonzo Grant, brother, Mrs.

Graham pastor and the congregation Naomi Hunt, cousin. died Jan. 24, 1964.

of Mt. Zion Baptist
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Church for all the kindness. IN MEMORIAMIn Gone, but not forgotten
MRS. EARSLEY A. My his soul rest in peace.
The .. WILLIAMSThe loving memory 01 my husband -
FamilyIN -- ----- - -
wife of the late Mr. Ivy .
MR. JAMES MILTONwho '. Sadly missed by:
ft' J.\t.1w.; .
Williams Sr. who departedthis .
departed this life Feb. n Alice Phillips, wife
MEMORIAM .. 7, 196B. life January 11,1969 wishto Children and entire familyIN
use this means to express
I
In loving memory of our EDITH GRANT POITIERwho Gone, but not forgotten.We : with profound appreciation our :

mother and grandmother departed this life Feb. 5, love you, but God loves sincere gratitude to all rela- MEMORIAMIn
1967 you best.
tives, friends, and neighborsand memory of our loving
Death is only an old door Mrs. Elnora Milton, wife
to everyone for their acts husband and father
Set In a garden wall; Willie and Lovina, children and deeds of kindness duringthe .....uu..._._ __u_._...
On gentle hinges it gives, at And the entire FamilyIN brief illness and death of ill
Y Sa
duskWhen our beloved one. You all gaveus 6
the thrushes call.
MEMORIAMIn great comfort during this

very difficult time. FRANK WILLIAMS
Leroy Poitier, husband loving off
memory Special thanks and appre- whom God has taken to rest,
Edna G. Smith, mother
Family and FriendsIN.MEMORIAM ciation are extended to the Feb. 9,1966.Gone .
staffs of Jackson Memorial but not forgotten.Mrs. .

Hospital, the House of Albert, Alberta Williams,wife

Rev. W. J. Macon and mem- Mr. and Mrs. C. Williams,
bers of First Baptist Churchof parents

In loving memory of Bunche Park,also Rev.J.W. Miss Vera L. Williams,
MINNIE CALDWELLwho Dunn of Drake Memorial sister

departed this life Feb. / Church for their understanding James Williams, brother
Y.rI
10, 1968. and services. Barbara J e a n, Elizabeth
Surely he hath borne our I May God bless all of you. Catherine Clyde, and Paris LEROY LaFLEURwho

grief and carried our sorrow: I! Mr. Ivy, James, and W. children. died Feb. 16, 1951.

Dennis Williams, sons, Mrs. Gone, but not forgotten.
Lilacs blossom in the spring, : .- Mildred W.Gray and Mrs.Eli- IN MEMORIAM Sadly missed by:
Leaves redden in the fall L- zabeth W. Russell, daughters,

God, who made them beautiful i :\ BASHEBA E. HEPBURNwho Mrs. M a 11 s s a Johnson, mother In loving memory of our Wife, Thelma LaFleursons
11RONALD : five brothers five sis- dear father who departed this
: departed this life Feb. 11, and Family
He loves and blesses all. 1968. ters, one uncle and one aunt, -life.- February 16. 1968..

Gone, but not forgotten. We Mr. and Mrs. Lawrence and
The Family Sarah Silas 16 I IN MEMORIAMIn
", love']you, but Jesus loves you grandchildren
best and the entire family. loving memory of our

r a!' p dear father grandfather and
CARD OF THANKSThe William Hepburn, husband ,
Theodore Hepburn, son IN MEMORIAMIn husband.

family of the late one grandson, one grand- loving memory of our

,p r E. HEPBURN, SR. daughter, two great grands; dear wife and mother and

MR. ESAU ROSS who departed this life Feb. 11, Ted land Klly Hepburn, two sister
1968. nephews, two nieces Blony
who died January 10, 1968 at Your gentle face and patient Woods and Theodora Lee.
Mt. Sinai Hospital, wish to express smile
our sincere thanks to the
With sadness recall
we
friends and neighbors who in IN MEMORIAMIn
Yet sweet is the memory that
time of need and sorrow came
fades sad but loving memory
i to our aid. Thanks to all who never ,
Of our dear one we love. of my beloved husband
sent flowers telegrams and
Sweet Is the assurance that
cards. A special thanks to Rev. LEROY MORANTWe \
will meet in the n
we you
Hall of Ebenezer Methodist find it hard to under-

Church and Choir, and Rev. morning. stand why love ones have to

Beard of GIbbs Chapel AME part and leave us with an aching -
Deacon and Mrs. George E. WILFRED CARDY
Church of North Miami Beach. heart. But there must be a
Hepburn, Sr, and FamilyIN whO departed this life Feb. 16,
reason
why an answer we can't
1966:
t Mrs Hattie Lee Ross, wife
see.Sleep We loved you, but God love
and Family MEMORIAMIn MRS. VIOLET FISHER on we love you but Glove you
a,, lANDREW you best.
who departed this life on Feb.
sad of the later
memory Roosevelt wife
15 1963. Cardy,
IN MEMORIAMIn The FamilyIN
Now the labourer's taskis Cynilla, Velia and N ice y,

memory of o'er; daughters, grandchildren anda
Now the battle day is past; MEMORIAMIn host of other relatives and

Now upon the farther shore sad but loving memory of friends.
-'-' Lands the voyager at last. my mother and father
DESHAYwho Father, In Thy gracious keep CARD OF THANKSThe
departed this life Feb. 10,
1968. ingLeave FELICIA MACKEYwho family of the late

"You are notforgotten An- we now Thy servant died Jan. 10, 1959 THOMAS REGINALD WARD
.
'. drew, sleeping. andEDMUND who departed this life Jan.
Nor will you ever be James Fisher, Sr, husband MACKEYwho 12, 1969 wish to express our

As long as life remais with Pearline Richardson, died Feb. Z, 1963 appreciation and gratitude to
r meI Deloris Forbes, Hazel "0 happy are they in God everyone who unselfishly and

will remember thee. Fisher, Melvina Gibson, who doubt opressed, safe in kindly assisted us in responseto

daughters thine own eternity, our dear the sudden loss of our dear

Sadly missed by: James Fisher Jr, William ones are living unto thee. loved one. Our bereavementwas

Your wife, Alma; sisters, Fisher, Carlton Fisher, softened by the tremen-
nieces, nephews, in-laws anda sons Angieletta Hall,'> daughter dous tributes paid to him by

It- hOst of friends.IN Annie Sears, sister John Hall, grandson everyone.

MRS. ROSETTA J. Lauretta Hall, May God bless all of you.

SUTHERLANDwho IN MEMORIAMIn granddaughterIN Mrs. Cleo Ward, wife and
'
DEACON 'LAFAYETTE CAIL MEMORIAMIn sad but loving memory of children

passed February 5,1966into our dear son and brother,
wno passed Feb.13, 1958. a peaceful rest. Remem- memory of ELIFFORD E. MOSS MEMORIAM

; His life is a beautiful memory bered by her devoted familyas J. C. GRAY who departed this life Feb. THANK
J His absence Is a silent grief long as life lasts. who departed this life Feb. 2, lZ, 1968. In loving memory of my, YOU

He sleeps in God's lovely 1968. It has been one year since dear mother Mrs. Ruth Wester would like

garden Mr. William N. Sutherland, "What peaceful hours I once you left'' us, but the memory ELLEN JANESMTTH to thank each and everyone for

t; .. < In sunshine and In perfect. t ti husband enjoyed will linger in our hearts for- their kindness during the
i ": .r. peace. MRS. Ethel M. Richardson, How sweet the'mera'ry still ever. We love sincerely who passed to the great beyond I passing of herr.brother
you
, When the day of toil is done daughter But they have left an aching but Jesus loves you best. Feb. 13, 1964, in Nassau, Ba.. TOM WILLIAMS

When the race of life is run, Delmar and Angelo, grand- void, hamas. Special thanks goes to the
Father, grant thy wearied one sons, Mrs. Linda Richardson The world can never fill." Louise Moss, mother May she rest in peace. House of Albert.

rest for evermore. granddaughter-In-law Evelyn Bethel, sister May God bless you all.
Arphella n and Jeffery, Maytellar Gray, loving wife Charles and James Moss Mrs. Elsada Roberts and I

Leona Cat, wife great grandsons and the entire Family brothers. Family Mrs. Ruth Wester '


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IN MEMORIAMIn RANGE DEATH NOTICE
IN MEMORIAM CARD OF THANKSThe NORTHSIDEThe
sad, but loving memory ol Robert Clark of 827 NW 49
In loving memory of our family of the late Mrs. Rosella Espy Rhodesof
"" darling mother, MRS. CATHERINE A. St., died Feb. 5. He was a pioneer funeral of the late Mrs. Ft. Pierce Florida died

MRS. GEORGIA ALEXANDER HARMONwho MiamIan and civic lead- Estelle Davis was held Wed- Thursday, Feb. 6, at Stanford

who departed this life departed this life Jan. 17, er. He is survived oyhiswife, nesday, February 12, at 1:00 University Hospital at Palo

I February 20. 1968. 1969 wishes to express their Theresa; two sons, three p.m. at Mt. Carmel, Baptist Alto, California.

You left such a memory that feeling of gratitude and sin- daughters and 12 grandchildren. Church. Mrs. Davis leaves to Most
of Mrs.Rhodes
Services thirty-
held
were Monday
will linger always with us. cere,appreciation in pur hoursof mourn four sisters, reven five
at Greater Bethel AME years of teaching was
Sadly missed by: sorrow. Special thanks to grandchildren, eleven great done
Church. in Ft. Pierce Fla. She
Joseph Alexander, husband neighbors of SW 28th Holly- grandchildren, a mother-in- taught in the and
Mamie Lewis, daughter wood, for the many kind acts, Mrs. Ollle pinkney of 2621 1 law. elementary
high schools. At the time of
Sylvester Lewis, soninlawIN the Range Funeral Home,Rev. NW 55th Ter., died Feb. 6. her
retirement in 1965
H. W. Moss, and members of She is survived by her hus- Clinton Prince of 230 N.W. she ,
was guidance counselor at
MEMORIAM New Bethel Baptist Church. band Frank; a daughter, one :22nd Lane will be shipped to Lincoln Park

I In sad but loving memory of, The many friends who offered grandson, a sister,and a niece i Birmingham, Alabama on Fri- Academy.

I I our husband and fatherSAM their condolences by flowers, Services were held Tuesdayat i day, February 14. She was an active member
cards and telegrams Thanks St. Paul AME. of Mt. Olive Baptist Church,a
to the former members of the Odessa Taylor of 1876 NW Funeral Services for the charter member of Club Utili-

REV. JARIUS W. DRAKE Social Light Seven Club of 91st St., died Feb. 9, at her late Harmon Carey of 3363 tas, a memberof Alpha Kappa
Opa-locka. residence. She Is survived by Thomas Avenue, Coconut Alpha Sorority and many otter
You all were wonderful. May her parents Mr. and Mrs. who departed this life Feb 19, God bless you all. Willie Taylor. Services and i February 8, at Christ Episco.

1951. We loved you but God loved burial will be in Charleston, ]pal Church in Coconut Grove. Survivors include her
Sweet are the memories that you best. South Carolina. daughter, Jean Loan and Mary

never fade Johnnie Robinson of 153NW7th Hoover; three brothers: Dr.

Of one we loved but never save. t J The Family St., died Feb. 4.There are Henry Davis 1326 NW First James Espy, Attorney Henry

Sleep on and take your rest. no local survivors. Services PI., #10, died Feb. 10. She is Espy and Dr. Theodore Espy;

We love you but God loves you were held Thursday in the ;survived by her father Nor- one sister Miss Naomi Espy"and

best. HOUSE OF ALBERT chapel. ]wood Davis; three brothers, five grandchildren.
andtwo sisters. Arrange- Funeral services were held
Mrs. J.W. Drake, wife and Mrs. Willie Mae Holmes of Mrs. Odell McCoy of 4201 ments are Incomplet. February 9, in Ft. Pierce.
the Drake Club. NW 29th Ave., 11, died Feb.
1300 41st
N.W. St. Jled"Sunday
6 at Jackson -
Hospital. She is
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AN February 9. Arrange- survived by her husband Aceya

ACKNOWLEDGEMENTOF ments are incomplete. son Acey, Jr.; five sisters,
Mrs. Ethelene Gilchrist of
3. SOLOMONwho and two brothers. Services
APPRECIATIONIt 1285 N.W 71st St. died in her
departed ths life Feb.12, were held Wednesday at St. -
is with heartfelt appre- 1966. home, Sunday February 9th. John Baptist Church.
ciation that the Among her survivors threesons
family of the
Your gentle face and patient Mrs. Nell Bell of 4300 NW
Willie Donald Alfred
late
,, ,
smile 31st Ct., died Feb. 6, at her
two Louise Gil-
MR. FITZ HERBERT daughters, :
With sadness recall
we residence. She is survived by
christ Loretta two grand-
ALLYNE ,
You had a kindly word for each 1 her son, Robert; two brothersand
children. Mrs. Gilchrist will
better known as "Allen"wishes
And died beloved by all. eleven sisters. Remains
to acknowledge the be in repose Friday beginningat
The voice is mute and stilled were shipped to Greenville
11:00 Services at
numerous cards telegrams a.m.
,
the heart Ga. for final rites.
,
Drake Memorial
flowers and cars rendered Baptist
That loved us well and true M Xitw
during bereavement. Special Church, Saturday 3:00 p.m. Horace Rogers of 534 NW 22 r
.
Ah, bitter was the trial to part
acknowledgment to Rev. W. J. Rev J.W. I Dunn, officiating St., Apt. 7,died Feb.9 at Jack
From one so good as ,
Roberts of the Triumph Holi- you. Harold: Clara of 1324 N.W. son Hospital. He is survived

ness Church, Mrs. Louvenia You are not forgotten loved one 63rd St.died Saturday Feb. 8 j by his wife Jessie; two sons

Hallom and the Range Funeral Nor will you ever be, at Jackson Hospital. His survivors two daughters, three sistersone
Home for their services.Mrs. As long as life and memory brother and five
include his wife, Tb :'' grand- WILLIE L. YOUNG, Owner
lastWe two daughters, Edna Smith, children. Services will be held
Edna A. DeVoe and will remember thee. Sherrell. Arrangements are Saturday, 1 p.m. in the chapel. Licensed Embalmer Funeral DirectorWE

son We miss you now, our hearts incomplete.

Mrs. Helena A. Adams and are sore, Services were held Saturday -, Mrs. Carrie Bell Green ofai HAVE A HAND THAT'S WILLING TO

FamilyIN As time goes by we miss for Mr. Eddie Jorner 3838 NW 17th Ave, fled Feb. HElP ANDA HEART THAT UNDERSTANDS
you more, 2908 N.W. '55th St. who died I 9. She is survived by a sister

You loving smile, your gentle in his home Sunday February Mrs. Annie Pearl Goff; two
face, 2. His survivors include hiswife aunts and an uncle. Services COURTEOUS
MEMORIAMIn
No one can fill your vacant Geneva, two brothers, will be held Tuesday, 2 p.m. 'EFFICIENT REASONABLE

of wife and place. and three sisters. at the Refuge Church of Our
memory mother my Lord, Jesus Christ of the (YOUNG FUNERAL HOME)
our loving Mrs. Nathalie Fickens of
Martha W. Solomon wife
Faith.
MRS. CLARA GREEN Robin Solomon daughter 1221 N.W. 87th St. remains Apostalic "A Sympathetic and Dignified Service"

who departed this life Jan.24, Raymond Sam, B. Staceyand were shipped to Holly Hill Amos Baker of 439 NW 9th

1956. Aid our dear: brother, Van ,Pierre Solomon, South Carolina for final ritesFriday St., Apt. 9, died Feb. 11. He Serving All Dade County
and son, sons. February 7. Her sur Is survived by three borthers,
MARCELLUS GREEN vivors include two sisters, Abraham, Roosevelt and Jre- 24 HOURS

who departed this life Feb. 16, BAIN'SMrs. Cora Capers, Mrs. Adeline nell Baker: ; four sisters,syl-

1966. Moore. via, Louise and Annuls Baker
1132 ALI BABA AVE OPA-LOCKA, FLA.
You have left us alone, but Rosa Lee Barr of Mrs. Hattie Brown of 9961 and Mary E.Ketch.Remains

one day we will Join you in your 21603 SW 115th Ave., Goulds, W. Jessamine PerrineSer-- will be shipped to Fitzgerald, 681-2451 6851893NORfHSlII

heavenly home. Sleep on and died Feb. 11, at Venetian vices were held Saturday Feb. Georgia.

take your rest, we love you but Nursing Home.She is survivedby 8th, at Mount Moriah Baptist t

God loves you best. her husband Johnny, her Church. She is survived by a

mother Mrs. Ida Anderson; son, Charles,a daughter,Les-
The Green Family three nieces and one uncle. sie, 12 grandchildren, three

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Special thanks to the C. HilL, 'MANAGER
friends and neighbors of 63rd House of ,Alberto

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24 THE MIAMITIMES. Friday, February 14. 1969

GREATER NEW BETHE. MT. TABOR

Rev. W.K. Smith, pastor Rev. James Hendon, pastor

Women's Day Greater Bethel Alice S., Irving, reporter Wllhelmlna Sands, reporterThe

;.I Preparations have begun for:

t3O All hijacked planes, autos, Elected the following. M:s. 'our Annual Women Day which spirit continues on a

bicycles and whathaveyouwill Ruth Highsmith, general will be held the Fourth Sunday; high plane at Mt. Tabor. On

be heading for Greater chairman; Mrs. lona Bucholtzand in April. Sister Berta Childs: last Sunday, after a challenging

Bethel AME Church, 245 NW Mrs. Lillian Steward, co- is the Cnairman and Sister sermon by the pastor and

8th Street, on Sunday, March chairmen.Mrs. Freddie Donald is the Co- soul searching songs renderedby

23, durng the entire day. The Cherry Boggess is Chalrnvin.: the combined choirs, three

i- 1 r, ,, big attraction will be Women's chairman of the souvenir pro- You are cordially invited toa persons sought membershipwith ;
r Day and it promises to be dif- gram and Mrs. Marion Mul- Pre-Woman Day Tea at the Mt. Tabor.

ferent and most outstanding.Rev. drow and Mrs. Sylvester W. church Fourth Sunday in Feb The Pastor, was pleasedwith

Timothy Johnson is the Adams will be in charge of from 4-6. Sister Mujorle Per- the number:: of persons
3Jn !J Sunda
jft l n QI1iurr pastor and is jubilant over the ads and patron lists respectively kins will be the guest speaker. who attended the 3:30: p.m.

very unique plans that are Bring a friend or neighbor and< services at the New Shiloh

being put into motion for this The men of the city are cordially lets make this an occassionti Baptist Church on last Sunday.

JORDAN GROVERev. ST. JAMES occasion. He states that there invited to accompany remember. All choirs are Rev. Hendon will deliver the

will be hundreds of people who their wives to the event of the asked to be present to give a 11:00 sermon for The Women's

Douglas Cook, pastor Rev. S. L. Gay, pastor will attend voluntarily without season, Women's Day at selection.You Department of the Florida East

Eddie Gilbert,reporterThe Joseph Marshall, reporter being hijacked. Greater Bethel. are also Invited to a Coast Association in Ft. Laud-
Home Mission will Mrs. Merlon Daniels and
Tea Saturday night, February erdale, Fla. on Sunday, Feb.
celebrate their anniversary Hospitality Club wish to thank!
16 at the first Church
15th, at the church Sister Baptist ,
beginning Frldayat8p.m.and for making this a wonderful --
you
Ruby Williams will be the Rev. Ford, pastor
will conclude on Sunday Feb and successful day. Rev
guest speaker. Sister Wllenc Dinner s are sold at the
16 at 3 David Williams preached.
p.m. with Rev. Otis
Robinson is the church Saturday. Please
sponsor. every
Sample delivering the mes- Dinner sale: Saturday all:
The Women Auxiliary call 691-8732 to place
Young your
sage. The public is invited. day at the home of Miss An-
is in charge of the Auxiliary orders.
Sister Hope is president. netta Plummer, 2104 NW 68th
Sunday School Class Sunday Please pray for the sick
Lane. Call 691-7936.
The Junior Ushers Board
Our sympathy to Dea- and shut-in. Visitors are
will sell potato pies on Satur- Tuesday, Feb. 18, at 7:30 goes
f con N. Williams in the loss of always welcome
day at the home of Sis. and p.m. the Rev. A. Randall and t
his servicesare
Bro. Smith, 2190 NW 73rd St, congregation of St. Matthew daughter. Prayer
The No 2 Ushers' Board Freewill Baptist Church will held every Tuesday at 8:00p.m.
Let us for all. ST. PAUL AME
pray
will sell dinners on this Sat- come to give us a service.

urday at the home of Sis Queen Please let us all make this a GREATERNEW Rev. T. C. Kelley, pastor

Esther Smith, 1733 NW 47th date to be there. Mary Amos, reporterWe

Terrace. Mrs. M. Nicholson and Feb- MACEDONIA have a number of inac-

The No. 1 Choir invites each ruary-ites will have a part 1 4 Rev. Roscoe Jackson, pastor tive women in our church. If

of you to a tea on Saturday at at the home of Mr. and Mrs. Willie J. Beard, reporterThe you are one and would like to

8 p.m. at the home of Sis.Ruby Willie Nicholson, 1841 NW 51 Sun Light Pall Bearers become more active, please

Gray, 1811 NW 87th St., St., at 8 p.m. You are invited. Charitable Society No. 99 of meat with Mrs. Llllle Mae

Let us remember the sick Missionary workers are Miami will begin celebratingtheir Woods Sunday, Feb. 16at4:30

and needy ones in our prayers. asked to attend their first LL 13th anniversary Fridayand p.m. She is forming a Ma-

Visitors are always wel- meeting Saturday, Feb. 15, at on the third Sunday after tron's Club and would like for

come to worship with us. St. Paul, 11 p.m. noon at the New Mt. CalvaryM. you to be a part of it.

The North Miami District B. Church, 1140 NW 62nd Our Lenton Folders will be

NEW BETHEL BAPTIST Laymen Organization will hold Come one, come all, to an evening of songs at the St., Rev. Samuel Atchison, ready for distribution, Feb.

their monthly meetingSunday, B.T.Iprogram/ 5:30 p.m. Sunday, February 16, at St. pastor. 23. Plan now to make our self-

Ernest Williams Feb. 16, at 3 p.m. Mt. Zion, John Baptist Church, 1328 NW 3rd Avenue, presentingMrs. On tonight, Rev. Roscoe denial offering of 10? per day

Rev. pastor Danla. Rev. S. R. Brown,pastor Vernice/ Ross and the Rosetts and thejohnsonairs. Jackson and congregation will for 40 days. This will give you
Alice
Harris is reporter dedicationday Also the election for the Sister Henrietta Pearson is directress and Rev. Thed- be in charge of services. credit for your general bud-

Sunday youth all district Mr. Willie Scott, ford Johnson is pastor. members and auxiliaries are get fund of $4.50 when you return -
we are asking young
president.MT. asked to please be present.
them Easter
people to be dressed in white, on Sunday.
On Sunday at 2 p.m. the parade
also parents to be present. DRAKE ST. MARY'S The Willing Workers would
j will begin at NW 71st St. like to take this
Let's make this occasion a HERMAN AME opportunitytothank
Sunday, Feb. 16, Is TithesDay..IJotnt and 15th Ave., south on 15th their friends and
grand one. Rev>J. W. Dunn, pastor many
Choir will all Ave to 62 St. and east 62
sing on
t The men's day committee Rev. J. B. Blacknell,pastor MrS'; N.T.Green,reporterThe visiting pastor for making
day and Usher Board No.2 will to New Mt. Calvary M. Baptist
Madeline Wood reporterThe their 41st anniversary a suc-
i has candies on sale, please Ushers' are grateful to
w purchase one. Deacon Leon first quarterly confer the members and friends for serve during the 11 a.m. ser- Church.The Miami North cess. They raised $476.82.
vices and No. 1 during the 6 western Sr. High Band will
.\ Burrows is chairman and Dea- ence of the Fort Lauderdale helping them to observe their Remember our sick and I

can S i m eon Bridgewater and District for this conference anniversary on last Sunday. p.m. services. Don't forgetour furnish the music.At shut-ins and say a prayer for

Bro. Charles Rease are co- year was held at Mt. Herman Elder Robers delivered a soul annual Calendar Tea sponsored 3 p.m. Rev. C. J. Burneyand their recovery.
by the Ushers'Board on congregation of New Pro-
chairmen.On AME Friday,Jan.17 with Pre- stirring'sermon.
Feb. 16 from 4 to 6 vidence will
be in of
Sunday
charge
Feb. 23, our pastor will siding Elder Rev. F. A. Allen The men wish to thank Rev. CHRISTIAN
services.An
.
bring the closing sermon at presiding. Nichols and Mt. Olllvette P.B. p.m.Brother
the Baptist Association,which '1 During this time all boards Church for the wonderful ser- Calvin Adderly is old fashion revival hour FELLOWSHIP

I is convening with Rev. A. J. and auxiliaries made a round mon on last Sunday night. in Jackson Hospital. All other will be held beginning Monday Rev. P. S. Brown, pastorM.
sick and shut-ins remain the
King and congregation of Ebe- report. The Boy Scouts will have a night, and every Monday night L. Nixon, reporterThe

nezer Baptist Church, West We are happy to welcomeour Car wash on Saturday at 9:30: same. Our sympathy goes to thereafter until Men's Day. Deaconess Board of

Palm Beach. pastor and wife back'to a.m. Please bring your car to Sis. S e Ii n a Farrington and Bar-be-que is sold every Christian Fellowship cordially -
in the death of her sis-
Deacon Ernest Moss and serve us for another year.Also the church and help the boysin family Friday, Saturday and Sunday invite you and your friendsto
ter. Visitors are always wel- at the
church.EBENZER
Brother Hezekiah Sears are at our presiding Elder Rev.F. this effort. their first anniversary,
come at St. .
Jackson Hospital,Sis.Francis A. Allen and his wife. We were happy to have Sis. Mary's.ANNOUNCEMENT Sunday, Feb. 16, at 6301 NW

Woodside at home.Let us con- The women are making Dorothy Brown at church Sun- METHODIST 14th Ave., Liberty City Community

tinue to pray for our sick and plans for their Women's Day day morning. Remember to Building.

I shut-ins. program which will be Sunday visit and pray for the sick and Rev. A. D. Hall, pastorE. City Commissioner, Atha-

.I March 10. For their theme shut-ins. Rev. p. W. Wiggins,pastor Ingram, reporterThe lie Range will be the 11 a.m.

they have selected "Christian Dinettie Cobb, reporterOn public Is invited to attend speaker Mrs. Victor J. Bain

Women Helping Others Find NEW PROVIDENCE the fourth Sunday at a Post-St.: Valentine's of By),la's Funeral Home, will

: ST. JOHN AME Their Way to God." 4 p.m. the Sr. Missionary So- Musical Tea, Sunday, Feb. 16, speak at 3 p.m. Sister Sallie

Mrs. Gertrude Dallas and Rev. C. J. Burney,pastor ciety will sponsor a Family! at 3:30: p.m., sponsored by the Collier, the chairman and Sis.

6461 S.W. 59th Place Mrs.( Annie Hamilton will Arsula Edwards,rePorterThe Union Rally. The church and Methodist Youth Fellowship Alveta Anderson welcomes

South Miami serve as chairman and cochairman ordinance of Baptismwill Ushers, Miss Faye CaldwellIs
friends are invited to
Rev. W. A, Curry, pastor be observed the fourth attend. the president. you.The pastor urges you to attend -
You invited
are to attend
Our pastor attended the Sunday morning, Feb. 23. a Dinners will be on sale all your auxiliary meetings
youth program sponsored by
Bishop's Council in Norfolk, Consecration hour of prayer the day Saturday, sponsored by each week. Our heartfelt sympathy -
School
PEACEFUL ZION Sunday Dept. Come
Virginia this past week and we is held each Sunday at5 a.m. and Ushers' Board No. 1. Thursday to Sis. Adelle Guy who
sea our youth in action.
welcome him back. The Ushers' Board No. 1 You are invited to attend.Bible The Feb. 20, the Bartley Circle has death in her family. Visit
Young Matrons wilt
The "Miss St. John's" con- 'wish to express their thanksto class and prayer meeting Musical will meet at the home of and pray for the sick and less
test terminates Feb. 23. The I those who came out and supported Tuesday at 7:30 p.m. Let us sponsor a program, fortunate
M Johnnie
? : s. Mae Moore 420
Sunday Feb. 23 at 3:30 ,
them not BTU at : p.m.
contestants are: Ruby I on their anni- forget our Sunday
NW 6th
All are Invited. St., Apt. 10, at 8 p.m.
Thomas, Rena Kinson, Betty versary. 5 p.m. On March 9 Ushers' Board Mrs. Ada Flanders is the
Burroughs and Eartha Wil- No. 2 Ushes meet Monday Continue praying for those chairman.
liams. A trip to Key West is I nights ; No. 1 Ushers meet who are sick, shut-in and bereaved No. 2 will present a Pre st.Patrick's CHRIST EPISCOPALCanon
I Tuesday night Usher Board
being sponsored and the tickets Wednesday nights; the No. 2 families. Visitors are Day Tea. Coma out
No. 2 will be in
charge of class
have
are 1000. The bus leaves St. I Choir; meets TuesdayandNo. always welcome. an a real good time. T. R.Gibson,rector
The Jr. Choir will meeting. Let us not forget to Antoinette Silva
John 9 a.m., Feb. 22. Free 1 choir Thursday nights. Monday sponsoran ,reporterIt
visit
or send a card of cheerto
old fashion fish fry behalf will soon be Mardi Gras
I evening the Jr. Choir
food will be served.
.. The Florida Nightengales :meets PILGRIM REST of their baby contest in the the sick and shut-ins. time: Shrove Tuesday will be

home of Mrs. Brown 575 NW here on Feb. 18.We
will appear at the church, Feb. Let us remember the sick, Rev. James Nelson, pastor have plan-
52nd St., at 7:30 p.m. ned a dinner and dance for the
tI 16, at 8 p.m.CHRISTIAN. :shut-in, bereaved families In Myrtice Hicks, rporterThe ZION HILL
The youth are urged to attend oc( cas ion. The affair will
I It our prayers. women have launched
: Into preparation for their Wo junior church meeting Sunday, Feb. 16, at 3 p.m. be held at the parish hall and

men's Day the third Sunday Feb. 15, at 4 p.m. there will be a musical program the donation is 350. Buy a
,
VALLEY
""J : CITY WIDE MISSIONThe in April. There will be a special Pray for the sick and shut- at the church,sponsoredby ticket now to have a great time.

ins and men on battlefield.. > Sister Moore andco-work- Those individuals who are
Elder A. Ford, pastor feature, "Women on Pa
City Wide Mission will ers welcome to to read the Epistle and
rade." Sister Jean Nelson is you are attend. Gospeland
reporter
\ Blondie Higgins,
meet Sunday, Feb. 16, at 3 chairman. Dinners are sold every Sat- : present the elements will

. t There will be preaching p.m. at New providence M.B. Sunday, Feb. 16, at 3 p.m. urday at the church, 2385 NW walk in (the procession follow..

"if.,. x service Sunday, Feb. 16, at Church New officers will Rev. George Davis and con- MT. PILGRIM 60th St. Call 6335685.The Ing the choir beginning on the

3:30 p.m. The Rev. J. B. be installed. Committee gregation wll render services Rev. J. W.Everson pastorE. Ushers' Baptist Fellowship first Sunday in Lent.
( of Mountherman chairman will be Union will convene at Sincere Is extended
Blacknell pastor appointed. here in behalf of the buildingfund Jennings reporterAll sympathy -
{ : AME Church of Ft. Laud- Ill members and friends are visitors are welcome. roads lead, to Mt. Pil- Zion Hill, Sunday, Feb. 23, at I to Mrs. Gladys Adderlyforthe

) erdale and congregation will Invited to be present.Sis. Remember the sick and grim, 6717 NW 7th Ave. 3p.m.' j death of her son, Jeff and

be in charge of the services, Ruth R. Lucas,is presi- shut-ins and pray for the boys Continue to pray for the sick Prayer service, Tuesday, :Mrs. Elizabeth Bullard and

i dinner will be served. dent. on the battlefields and shut-ins and bereaved. at 7:30 p.m. Visitors are always j family for the death of their
welcome. :j.ther. IF



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MIAMI TIMES!. Friday, February 14, 1969 25


I Gov. Kirk And West Indies Ministers To Attend Graham Testimonial I



Governor ministers Claude of island Kirk and years as college board chair- their presence for the oc- man, Baron de Hirsch Meyer, William Kruglak II, David Smith, George Sogg, Senator

four na- man.Radio casion.An Stanley C. Myers, William B. Laurence, Harry Markowitz, Richard Stone, Mayor Sher-
in the West Indies will
tions TV interviewer and outstanding list of com- Paul, Jr., Commissioner M. Commissioner Hardy Mathe- man WinD and Dr.J. Lawrence
be present for the "Diamond columnist Larry King will act munity notables have
agreedto Athalie Range, Matthew son, James McLemore, Dave Yenches.
jubilee Plus Two" dinner of as master of ceremonies in a sponsor Dr.Graham and the Rosenbaus, WilliamSinger Melin, Billy E. Miller, Cecil Florida Memorial Collegehas

the Florida Memorial College program that will attract a following have announced their and Mrs. Ellen K. Whiteside. B. Moo r e., .Eugene E. Mori, just opened Its second se-
which will honor its board
: sellout audience.The
.
; participation
: Associate Co-chairmen for the din-
Jr., Peter K. Moser, Clifford mester in Dade County and
chairman, Rev. Edward T.' honorable R. Milton Ca- chairmen: Judge Henry Ar- ner are: Luther Brooks, Ma- Perlman, Joe RobbieDr. is now in an expansion
Graham, March 6 attheDeauville to, chief minister St. Vincent pro-
; rington, Douglas Ash, Senator yor Stephen Clark, Commis- Calvin Rose, Don Shoemaker, gram.
hotel. honorable E. M. Gairy, Pre- Harry p. Cain, Archbishop sioner Maurice Ferre, Mar- Dr. George Simpson, Timothy
The dinner will commemorate mier of Granada; the honor- Coleman F. Carroll, M. Aus- tin Fine, Henry Gherman, Al w

the 65th birthday of Dr. able W. L. Stevens, ministerof tin Davis, Hugh Emerson, Gltlow, Charles Gottlieb,Rep. NEW HOPE ST. JAMES
Graham and his twenty five education, Roseau, and the Mrs. S. Harvey Robert Graham
Greenspan, Rep. RobertC Rev. S. T. Johnson, pastorWe
Rev. Sims
W. E.
pastor
civic service in Dade ,
of
yeas honorable Hunter J. Francois, Nathan Gumerick, Mayor Hector, Carl T. Hoffman, are observing the firstMen's
Loraine Fuller reporterThe
County in addition to fourteen St. Lucia, have all confirmed Chuck Hall ,
Dr. Irving Lehr- Louis Kenin, Stanton Kettler, pastor wish to express Day under our new pas

appreciation to all memberswho tor.Our
General/ Baptist ConventionIn GREATER BETHLEHEM CORINTH attended and supported the morning speaker will be
I Seaboard Baptist Associationin Mr. Adon Taff, from the Mi-

Pensacola/ Rev. C.H. Smith, pastor Rev. M. L. Paschal, pastor Fort Lauderdale last week. ami Herald. Guests will be

Mary Hopkins, reporter Bernice Ector, reporter The president of the Mis- Deacons and Ushers from the

All delegates, members, reservations no., 696-4748 or On Saturday The Junior Many thanks to Rev. A. L. sionary Society is asking all Jordan Grove Baptist Church,
and friends who are planningto 635-7659. circle the Rev. Douglas Cook, pastor -
Choir will dinner Shipp and members of New Mt. presidents and those
attend the general Baptist Miss Marie White has again and pie sale sponsor at the a church. Moriah Baptist Church for who wish to participate in the ; Male Chorus From Mt.
State i Convention which will been appointed chairman and their Calvary Baptist Church Rev.
welcome and of our Missionary
Visit with in coopera- progress
convene in Pensacola on the Dr. Irene Pratt,co-chairman. us our ser- tion Samuel Atchison, pastor
vices. Order of services Sun- during our baptism. Society to meet at the church
8th of April, 1969, when the Miss White and Dr. Pratt have day School 10:00 am Morn-: The Pastor's Aid Union of each Wednesday at 8 p.m Our evening speaker will.
Executive Board Meeting and recently returned from the be Mr. Tom Washington from
ing worship 11:00 and Greater Miami will conveneat Sunday, Feb. 16, at 3 p.m.
Local : wiU: Va maid Executive Board a.m. station WMBM. The Male
Program Meeting in
evening worship 6:00 Corinth, Sunday, Feb. 16at all members are asked to attend -
aryl! .irjoJOiiuto our reser- Jacksonville and they stated Visiting Ministers and p.m.their 3 p.m. Rev. W. K. Macon and the Pastor's Aid Union Chorus will be here from Mt.
vation now, as only thirtysixseats that the representatives of Tabor Baptist Church, Rev.
Churches February 16 Rev. congregation will be in charge.The which will convene at the Co-
will be available. The Pensacola made a full report Wright February: 18 ,Rev. church will render ser- rinth Baptist Church, NW 59th James Hendon, pastor Dea-

fare is $30.00 for a trip to of the plans that have been Carter, February 23 ,Rev. B. vices Tuesday, Feb.25at7:30p.m. St. and 14th Ave. Rev. M. L. cons from New Hope Baptist
,
and from Pensacola. The made locally for the Rev. Sims pastor and Ushers
convention L. Mack. at St. Mary's Baptist, of Paschal, pastor, Rev. W, J. ,
bus will leave Miami on the 7th The convention theme The Women are making plan OJus. Rev. S. Smith, pastor Macon and congregation will from St. James Baptist will

of April, which is Monday after for this year, Miss White announced for Women Day May 18. Sis. Thomas Is asking your be in charge. serve.

the first Sunday, at 6 p.m.and is "Renewed Revising Continue to for sick prayers for her sick motherin On Feb. 20, at 8 p.m. therewillbeapresidents Dinners will be sold at the

will arrive in Pensacola earlyon doing Great Thingsfor and shut-Ins.pray Our get well Griffin, Ga. Let's also remember talent church each Saturday,you may
Tuesday morning Call for God." night call 754-9045 for delivery.
wishes for members in the the bereaved family, sponsored by the Pas-
hospital Sis Bernice Shaw Mother Pasily and Sis.Robin- tor's Aid Club.Continue .
; ,
CHRISTIAN SCIENCE NEW. MT. MOR1AHRev. Christian and Bessie McEven, son and family. in prayer for the MT.CALVARYRev.

J. Jackson. sick and shut-ins and less for- S.Atchison, pastor
"Make a Joyful noise unto A. L. Shipp, pastor MT. SINAI tunates everywhere. Phyllis Beal, reporterThe

the Lord, all the earth; makea Evelyn Souter, reporterThe Sunday School is rapidly -

loud noise, and rejoice, and pastor, youth and members FRIENDSHIP Rev. Cleo Albury, pastorB. MILLROCKThe growing, they are still in

sing praise . Let the floods want to thank Judge Rev. J. E.JenkinspastorRuby Boney, reporterAll Pastor's installation need of more teachers.So will

clap their hands: let the hills Mattie Davis, Atty. Alfonzo Lee Carr, reporter members are urged to will begin Feb. 19 23. someone please reply. The

be Joyful together before the Sepe, Jordan Grove Jr.Choir, Sunday we will have Baptismal include the BTU in your Sun- On Wednesday the Mission- Sunday School will thank you.

Lord." Antioch Jr. Ushers Liberty service, the pastor is day activities, 5:30pmPlan- ary, Rev. J. Ferguson will Prayer meeting every

There verses are part of the City New Providence Jr. asking all candidates to be at ned programs await your par preach; Thursday night Rev. Thursday night. Please pray

responsive reading this Sun- Choir, New Mt. Moriah Jr. the church at 7 a.m. ticipation. Everson and congregation of for the sick and shutins.ANNOUNCEMENTS.

day In all Christian S c i e n c e Ushers and every one who appeared Our get well wishes are ex' Added to our sick is Deacon Mt. Pilgrim Baptist will be

Churches. on the youth day pro- tended to Sis. Ellen Burk in J. D. Stokes, Mercy Hospital. in charge; Friday, at 8 p.m.
Parents must speak from gram morning and night. It Christian Hospital and Sis. A Weight Party, Saturday, Rev. E. Milton and congregation The Pastor's A id Union will

the heart to get through to took all of you to make the Elizabeth Mitchell inOpa- 8 p.m. sponsored by Ward No. of Tabernacle M. B. C. convene this Sunday at Corinth

youth. And listening to God can youth day. the success it was locka General Hospital$ tall 0 I 8, at the home of Bro.andSis. in charge. Sunday at 3 p.m. Baptist Church Rev. W. M.
give us the fresh vision'that's Crowned king' for the third who are ill. Robert Moss, 3111 NW 57th St. Rev. W. E. Sims and congre- Macon of First Baptist of Opa-

needed. Listen Sunday, 1:45 year, Larry E. Souter, queen Our sympathy to Sis. Mary The training session Bro- gation of New Hope will be in locka will deliver the sermon,

p.m. over station WMBM to Sabrina Martin, runner-up S. Francis Thomas in the loss of therhood meeting, 7 p.m. charge of the closing service, he will be accompanied by his

"Communicating with the Lynn Garrett. her brother in Ashburn, Ga. Thursday, Feb. 13. All lay- everyone is invited. choir and'ushers.
Younger Generation." Fifth Please be at the church to You are invited to hear the men of the church are invit- Baptism, Sunday morning, if' Mrs. Willie Bagley, presi-

Church of Christ, Scientist, leave Sunday,at 10 am when Soul Stirrers,Friday, Feb. 21, ed to attend. the weather Is permissible. dent, Rev. Paschal, pastor
welcomesall. we will accompany our pastorto Don't fall to register before
1600 NW 54th St., at 8 p.m.
Fort Lauderdale where he welcome the March deadline.
Visitors are always -
will deliver the 11 a.m. mes- To our sick, shut-ins, and 'I

TEMPLE BAPTISTThe sage for the Baptist Associa- bereaved families, let not your Call

tion. Please pray for world heart be troubled.

Male Chorus will cele- peace. Visitors are always ZION HOPE
brate its anniversary, Sundayat welcome. BIBLE CHURCH OF GO 11 CHARLESROGERS

3:00 p.m. a spicy programis Paul Freeman, pastor Bishop E. E. Rahming, pastor
anticipated This group has ,FIRST BAPTIST Bessie Williams reporter Shirley Cooper, reporterWe

done a fine Job over the years. Rev. W. M. Davis, pastor Baptism Sunday at 7:30. All are extending an invi-

The public is invited. Donella Turner, reporterThe candidates asked to be tation to all to come out and AT PL 1-7502
are
The chorus will sing at both fourth Sunday at 3 p.m. and be with us in our revival ser-
the morning and evening ser- the church! and pastor will present bring changing vices with Elder Harding and FOR A GOOD BUY ON A

vices on Sunday. And, by the worship at Brownsville Baptist clothing.Tuesday night after prayer Elder Moore conducting the PIANO, ORGAN, SCOTT

way, this is a reminder Memorial that Church, Rev. F. L. John- meeting, February 18, there services, 7:30' p.m. nightly.On 'STEREO OR ORCHESTRA
is Florida
Sunday son pastor the third ElderS
will be a contest between Sis. Sunday INSTRUMENTS.
Day Remember? We are asking our mem- Williams and Sis. Jennings of e r van c e and congregation
Next week, from Wednes- bers and friends not to forgetthe Matthews Freewill Baptist will render service for us at
day night through Sunday the Mission Pattern Lunchon St. Brother 3 p.m. All are invited.
Church sponsored by
,
Atlantic Coast Baptist Asso-
which will climax Sunday after
Davis and Brother O.J. John-'
ciation will hold its 38th an- services.To .
the
morning son in behalf of Choir No. l's NEW BETHANY
nual session at Ebenezer, all our visiting friends, Dec. Locke-
anniversary.
West Palm Beach. District you are always welcome. Our Rev. F. L. Carter,pastor

churches in the Miami area prayers go out to all the sick president.Pastor's Aide Club meet During Sunday, regular activities -
are making every preparationto and shut-ins. will be held, on Tuesday -
18 at 7:30
send a good delegation. Tuesday, February Feb. 18, 7:30 p.m. the
Remember the sick shut-
p.m. ,
church will the
VALLEY GROVE in,, and bereaved families in accompany .
GRACE pastor to the Bethlehem Baptist -

Rev. R. A. Norton,pastor your prayers. Church, 268 NW 48th St.
Rev. W. F. Savoy, pastor Evelyn Ferguson, reporterThe Everyone is welcome to come.

This Sunday morning, our church is to render ser- SHILOH I Don't forget to pray for the
guest preacher will be Rev. sick and bereaved.
vice at Oak Grove M. Baptist
Joseph Middleton, pastor of
Church Saturdaynightbefore -
Rev. A. M.Griffin,pastor
the Palm Springs Presby-
the third Sunday,the pas- 0A
Cheryl English reporter
,
terian Church in Hialeah.
is the entire churchto
tor asking
Sunday, at 4 p.m. the Rev. accompany him there. Sunday, at 3 p.m. the pastor KELLY'S CHAPEL
Melvin Dollar will be with us and congregation will con-
On the third Sunday there Brotherhood service will be
vene at Drake Memorial Bap e
to conduct a workshop to help 1 AWE
in behalfof
Laymen become more effec- will be a program tist. The Jr. Choir will render rendered on Sunday at the 11
the deaconess sponsored a.m. service. Rev. Tom Obe-
the song service Rev. Dunn
,
tive in visitation.ST. .
lay
Sis. Evelyn Ferguson. pastor. nauer of Carol City Methodist
Please remember the sick Church will preach the sermon -
JOHN BAPTISTThe The fourth Sunday in this ELL HAPPINESS
and shut-ins dally in your month, Brother Otis Wrightand Rev.. William Butler,

BTU' Aid Society pre- prayers. the Spiritual Harmonizers Pastor' of Kelly's Chapel will AMERICA'S LARGEST DISPLAY

sents Professor Alex Brad- will have a program ,here. in turn preach the brotherhood Al the f,...".... .( Ncrlh-tewth lpr.tiw.y
HOUR OF DELIVERANCE sermon at Carol City Metho- ONLY IS MINUTIS MOM ANYWHIM IN MIAMI
ford in concert, Sunday, Feb Everyone is Invited.
23, 8:15 p.m.. Also featuring Elder_ Burnice King,pastor Saturday all day Sister Sheffield dist Church. CORNER, N.W. 54th ST. & N.W.3rd AVE" '
.
'
other top spiritual singers. ,H. ,L. ,Smith, reporter will.,.have. arummage Also :on Sunday, Kelly' pho"n.751-1..502 BrowardJA 2-5131-
Chapel will have an after ser- Or 2010 Biscayne 8/vd.FR 7-0401 -
Sister Gladys Thursday is' There will be a rummage sale. Conch flitters and sodas
president. Donation $2.00 advance sale and barbeque sold on the will also be sold. vice at the Mount Pleasant run OIIIVUY ANYWHIM U.S.A.
IN,LAUDERDALE 1103 I.tAi OlAS BIVO.JA JO7UTHE
and $2.50 at the door. church grounds Saturday. Let us remember to visit Methodist Church, Qpa-locka
and for the sickand shut- with Rev..Butler preaching the
Rev. Thedford Johnson ispastor. Please come to 1811 Washington pray
.' St. The public is invited. ins. sermon.
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16 THE .MIAMI.... ....I. TIMES... Friday... February 14, 1969

Symbol Of CharacterThe Words On WordsBy


words a man Is Justified
graceful yet humble praying hands by By words he ofttimes is condemned;

POET'SCORNER 4 ALBRECHT DURER, embossed in gold por- Some words are giants Argus-eyed

traysTo And from small words a storm has steemed.
the viewer the power of prayer -
Words creep, or scurry swift as mice
Which is PEACE, Symbol of truth, While listeners wait, or stand appalled;

By GENE GRIENER Master piece of strength, and gives an Are shaped, to win, like gamblers', dice,
Uplifting feeling to all those who seek
Or bring a message gayly shawled;
Spiritual guidance. .
The soft touch of the finger tips
For words are magic lamps, to seek
Caressing the hands denote Lapse of time, And gain their wondrous power, would we

. Age The deep veins Gharled fingers, Be comprehended when we speak,

Worn finger nails significant of surrgering, Nor scandal nor hyperbole

And a SYMPOL OF CHARACTER . Then we'll rideA
Distort our language . .
Valentine"The In the many walks of life, MAN-The laborer,
"The First Pegasus with words begemmed . .
The Professional, or/The Gentleness of Youth
words a man is justifiedAnd
first Valentine Legend by its Name By
Receive a touching blessing by -
his words he is condemned.
by
Grew strong in children's minds, Albrecht Durer's praying hands. .

Love, and Please Be My "VALENTINE"All Mary B, Stevenson

lace and ribbon, trim and neat Cleo Sorrels

Remembering the theme so sweet.A .
"If Were The
kind hearted Priest by the name of Things
Blind Hate
Valentine owned a beautiful Garden.

S\f\ Wnere cnuoren came to play. . Other Way Around""I

\ Long long ago this kindhearted Priest "
,
hate you! often means If the other around?
things were
way
\ I Was imprisoned for life by the king, "
don't love
"Why you me?
Would I dog you and try to keep you down,
\ /Mr. Valentine could not forget the children, This querie was in flight Your hands and feet, would they be bound?

>v / He sent them a white Dove carrying a note Silently moving toward U things were the other way around?

%/ Addressed, "TO THE CHILDREN I LOVE"; Its victim-by night.
If the other around?
things were
way
And with this note He sent them the key
A faceless asked Would I try to mike stultified
to his garden, so they could continue to one you ,
play there. For the rest of his life he "Why don't you love me?" And keep you from owning any sense of pride?

remembered all his friends with messages In the darkness of night in flight If things were the other way around?

carried by a Dove, and these became knownas Silently moving toward If things were the other way around?

the first Valentine... Its victim- Woud I reach right to clasp your hand,
"I hate you! Realizing too that you are a man?

I hate you!" If things were the other way around?

Silently he moved
If things were the other way around?
Toward his victim.
Would I let share with me
you ,
"Who is this man I hate?
The things we own collectively?
Why don't my passion abate?
If things were the other way around?
I hate! I hate!
If things were the other way around?

"I hate you! Though Fd see you deep In strife,

An Ode For Living. Blow Wind BlowBlow Why don't you love me?" Would I attempt to take your life?
Silently moving towards
If things were the other way around?
In '69 His victim,
wind blow, He killed . and KILLED . If things were the other way :around) '?

Blow te hate from All he had was the thrill These are the things that bother me,
Shall I hate thee because God nude thee black Cause there's how
no telling things might be.
The heart of mm, To kill and the will
Nay -- for neither did he make every flower If I were you and you were me.
Make him understand. To hate-this faceless man . .
white If things were the other way around!
But colored them with the brilliance of the sun
Blow wind blow, -Angela England Smith Abraham Thomas
And the mysterious beauty of the night.
Blow over both the

Land and the seas
Were thee and I to die this day and be layed Cease the Baptism, of The Creation Labor Union Lament

away Fire on earth &* u
Think thee that our human covering would Put my mind at, ease. s' God T'was February 6, 1969 and it should be long remembered,
remain? Alone Seven months 25 days before September

the would solemnly upon President Joe of local Union 478
Nay -- living gaze Blow wind blow, In darkness ,
our bones Gave jolting blows to a company from outer state.
Blow till your hearts content, With emptiness,
And find that were the same
they Blow the seeds of bias away, Craved companionship;
They tried to disregard local 478
,
Dispose of that horrible scent. Lonely.
Look at me friend -- shake my hand for thee Came to town crooked, rather than straight,

and I are one Blow wind blow Earth The president of local 478 will not let this happen,

If I march down life's road without thee, I Unfold the rays,of love, Appeared Because these kind of dealings, the members will not tolerate.
will be half as strong
only For you have the At His word;
Let us march together then -- shoulder to Power and the wisdom, The sea, beauty, These companies will bread bite from every union man,
shoulder, arm in arm Beasts birds Feasting upon the milk and honey of the land
You that God above. flowers, trees.
Friend - Let us keep God's covenant and Lonely. The president communicated with members from job to job,

his love for we all know hate is wrong. BufordNorthwestern And found that thieves had penetrated our state
Terry And were ready to rob

By -- Helen Vahl High School was Man made. The president urged all members to report to the hall,
"A White Lady"
God loved him; This vital situation is a necessary cause.

"Tears" Chimney On A Gave him the earth;
Our president protested this mammoth whale
' Was never again ,
They flow like a stream,
Without haste Country HomeAn Lonely. His enthusiasm, courage and etiquette had him jailed.
any They hoped that he was too scared with fear and too weak to fight
With no respect, for my open-throated chimney puffs Then But the President retaliated with his union's might
'Lonesome face. Delightful fluffs

Of smoke. Woman; The men marched for justice and
liberty
So cold and so wet, filled with shame, They spiral, taper, swirl and spin j,To Created be with man The union's Importances and Individuality.
With remembrance of love and her
name.
For country kin All state
4 companies are welcome if chew
So he will not be you rags
the falls of wretchedness they excrete
From ,
And folk. ; Swallow our union scale and be fed
Without cloudy skies or a rain dance beat. Lonely.
You wish milk and honey -- we'll take the meat and the bread.
My pillow like my handkerchief, steeped with It sometimes spurts black flakes of soot

tears, That always putA Grace Darling LUdwick Signed __ Andrew Mayfield, Jr.
As I weep over her, my concious hears. smudgeOn

My eyes so sad, for they hate to cry, white clothes hanging in a yard -- '
As my life goes on, I wonder why. And they are hard To My Black Brothers

To budge Look down: White cloud trees
let the shine We have felt the oppressor wrong, to
Oh sun upon seem grow out of the ground
moistened face! We've felt their lashes hard and strong. like
My Craig Christensen rooted green ones.
We have tasted of bitter hate
the tears ; _
To dry up Irma Wassall
Of bitter taste! We have met with Inevitable fate.


We have been auctioned like the
For she's gone and Helen KellerShe pigs
Left me with the dreadful task, We have been perserved like the figs;
walked -- charm-clad -- in quietness, For burdens
Of drying the tears, heavy hard to broned:
of the serene, While the white misses sat at home. DIVERSIFIEDPUBLIC
The tears past.
Sustained by honest faith in One above,

Terry BufordDay1 On stepping-stones embedded in fame's We have toiled In the heat of the day SERVICE

sheen, Tilling the soil without any pay. AND
Refreshed from time to time for is NOTARY PUBLIC
God love. !
But ever so often we stop and pray,
End
s In FloridaAn She knew the way although It was unlit.
While
another took turn at bailing the hay. *
( Analogue) Heart-murmurings Implored her willing feet.

At close of another temperate day, True fortitude, and not the opposite We would pray for the day that rainy STANLEY SWEETING
Public Relations
The vivid hues at sunset hour are shown Made possible content in her retreat. would never see;.

To those in the Gulf of Mexico zone, She was the' graceful star of eventide The day when our black brothers would Consultant

A southward part of the U.S.A. And on its stage an inner skill was tapped, finally be free Theatrical l Editor

Atlantic Ocean marshals an array Much greater than the greatest that is plied, Free from our white brothers tares and The Miami Times

""" Of purpling billows, as the water flows In spite of being triple-handicapped.. snares, NA 1.7203

Undisciplined. . minus moments of repose. And as applause was heard--a rightly share-- Free from tilling their soil with care. ..

Curtains of twilight drape the shadowed oak Response was sofly breathed fervent prayer Free from our white brothers hate an wrong; 16351 NW 18th PlaceBunche

Till naked night puts on her sequined cloak. Free to live a patterned life of our own. Park

Opa-locka, Florida
Remelda Gibson Lydia 0. Jackson Argerine EdwardsF

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Sp/4 Jerome Howard son of SAN 5253 NW 7th Avenue Agents to sell Th. Miami hou.em.n. Open 5130 a.m.
ANTONIO. Airman
Mr. and Mrs. A.J. Howard of SAN ANTONIO. Airman 754.0681 or 754.0682IMPORTEXPORT Times are wanted all over
John H. Lewis Jr., son of Mr. Newman, son of Mrs. Eva M. A-1
1612 N.W. 42nd St. Returned Florida and Georgia. They
and Mrs. John H.Lewis 3r.of Eady of 2970 NW 69th St., Mi-
EMPLOYMENT
home from Southeast Asia and may be boys and girls or
14740 Jackson HOUSE OF 7 SEASBOUTIQUE
St., Miami,has ami, has completed basic
was honored with a welcome adults. Make spending Restaurant, Hotel
party February 5th with the completed basic training at training at Lackland AFB, Afro-Asian Fashion money. Write or call Mrs. Domestic, Factory
presence of a few close friends Lackland AFB, Tex. He has Tex. He has been assigned to Jewelry, PerfumesArts Davis, 6530 HW 15th Av., 534 H. MIAMI AVENUE-
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turning to Fort miss Texas
aircraft equipment mainten- maintenance field. Airman
for the duration of his military -
All left ance field. Airman Lewis is a Newman, a 1967 graduate of DRESS SHOPS
wishinghim
career. 1968 graduate of Miami Kil- Miami Northwestern High PATRICIA'S, INC. MERCHANTS WHO ADVERTISE IN THE
safe and a
trip speedy
a 5843 NW 17th Avenue
lian Senior
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,
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have an opportunitytopartici- uates.In young individual with whom his NEW
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get-togethers with recent 300 recent graduates return- bears witness to the fact that
graduates from their own col- ing to their colleges, several black students can effectively SEASON SALE NEW 6400
lege who are employed in non- hundred representatives of break' out of their conven- All Prices Slashed PHONF to

traditional careers. employer organizations will tional career patterns." Better dresses made to DRIVERS WANTED
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New Career Opportunities the employment needs 9 Apply at OfficeDo
program will bring ,back to and training programs of the
their alma mater,young alumni employers.
of traditionally Negro col- Andre G.Beaumont, Manag-
leges who are currently em- ing Director of College Place- !
ployed in Junior executive positions ment Services, Inc. stated, MUFMRS; you have a SORE, RASH or DISCHARGE?
In industry, business, "The New Career Opportunities -
IT COULD BE VD
and government. These returnees program is an applica- : I
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Vietnam Era Veteran Employ- area he selected which mat- SAN ANTONIO. Airman
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BAGGS, FERRE AND MACHT HONORED AT DINNER FEBRUARY 23 & 24, 1969 "
eWE rw.r 9 a.m.to 5
of Christian and Jews Annual BrotherhoodWeek p.m.
The National t Conference * *
WIRE FLOWERS
Dinner was held Tuesday night at the, Fontainbleu Hotel, Miami Beach.Dr. ANYWHERE FASHION SHOWSunday

Henry King Stanford presents the Silver Medallion Award to-Mrs. night, February, 1969 '

William Baggs, posthumously. Mr. Maurice Ferre and Mr. Robert Macht also Cod 305 at the Supply Center :

received awards. Senator Fred Harris was the featured speaker and Mr. Ed- 754-8061 7211NW 2nd Avenue -:

ward P. Swenson was General Chairman of the Dinner. 9 p.m. to midnight

Left to right in the photograph: Swenson, Macht, Stanford, Mrs. Baggs, 758-4371

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2ft THE MIAMI TIMES. Fridav. February 14.. 1969
--a - - --

with. Grand Master //W.F. & UM Signs Tallahassee

Spearing ........ .
-" i
,' BackThe
Running
-

:;. : A.M. Inc. To Speak

', University Miamihas Owens, a 6-2, 190-pounder,
signed its third Negro football has been Rickards' top running

"'" Here Sunday player to a grant-in-aid. threat the last two seasons.

f! \.\ . Clarence Burgess Owens, "He hasn't got terrific speed

BY HARRY SPEAR reduced costs of goods and a running back and defensive (10,3))," says Jack Gaskins,
Florida Pride Grand Lodge safety at integrated Tallahassee the Rickards coach, "but once
services for its members.The .
and Florida Pride Grand of Modern Rickards High School, is he gets outside he's gone."

Chapter, Modern Free and Ac- purpose the son of Dr. C. B. Owens, a
is not to
BONDU WINS PRESS DIVISONThe Free's program
Masons of the World
cepted
of the landmarksof professor of agriculture at As a Junior, Owens seta
press division of the Baseball Piayers'Golf Championship Incorporated, are pleased to change free any but in real- Florida A&M University, school rushing record with 236
was won by columnist Dave Bondu of The Miami Times. announce the forthcoming masonry Burgess will study marine yards and three touchdowns In

Bondu was five-stroke leader with net scores of 74 and 75 fora of Supreme Grand Master, LeeF. ity, the topermitblackAmericansfor first time to practicethe biology at Miami. He's one of one game.He had been averaging -

149 total. Runners-up were Ray Crawford and Glenn Kirch- Wooten, on Sunday, Feb. fundamental eight recent high school recruits more than 100 yards a

hoff, both of The Miami Herald sports department,with scoresof 16, 1969. Mr. Wooten will ad- thereof and to give principles the blackman who'll be a Hurricane game through most of last sea-
76-78-.154 and 76-80-.156, respectively. This was Dave's dress the memlrshlp at the ,
a portion of the economic freshman next fall. son when he injured an ankle.
second win in two years. Girth Reeves finished fourth with an New Covenant Presbyterian
8176157. Church, NW 12th Ave. at 43rd advantages which he has never

Chuck Hinton, outfielder of the California Angels, is one of St., at 5 p.m.Supreme. enjoyed.In .
order to sucha
the most relaxed players on the golf course here. Grand Master implement

"I didn't enter the baseball golf tournament for the compe- Wooten will discuss the focusof program, Mr. Wooten believes -

tition," he said. "I came to get away from the winter -- for Modern Free's new program "we must see the need "MYTIME"
for kind of which
a new dignity
the sun relaxation" You can't play golf in my home town, for the economic advancementof
Washington, this time of the year You'd freeze." black Americans, which permits the utilizing of everyperson's
skills to its maximum
"I see many of the other players get upset when they do program advocates the utilization

poorly. It doesn't bother me. I don't expect to win, so I don't of a mutual assistance potential. This dignity is
inherent In Individual
about to build economic every ,
worry my performance plan a strong
and the total efforts of all the By PHIL DIXON s
Hall of Famer Sam Rice of the WashingtonSenators, one of base with, by and for black
the sport's all-time great outfielders and base runners,show- people,,thus providing the key members are Involved in a

ed that at age 79 he is still a fine golfer, scoring an 87. to equality through financial where mutual each assistance person's program efforts

PRESS (NET SCORES) security and independence.He Tile Bulls of Northwestern survived one test of a tough week
make It for the othersto
Dave Bondu Miami Times 75-74..149 will reveal the plan by which possible" by defeating Cur ley as well as Jackson in the same week; how-
succeed.
Ray Crawford Miami Herald 7678154Glen the resources of the membersof ever, they face Carol City Roosevelt of West Palm Beach.
Modern Free and
Kirchhoff Miami Herald 76-80--156 Modern Free and Accepted Accepted Everyone has been saying how good this team is; after these
Masons of the World
Garth Reeves Miami Times 81.76--157 Masons of the World are pool- Inc, games and the district tournament coming up, everybody will
Scottish Rite Affiliation
John Walther Miami Herald 79-78--157 ed to build homes, supermar- was know.
Oscar Fraley Golf 80-77-.157 kets service stations banks organized November 1, 1917
Magazine ,
At one of the games last week, I saw for the first time the
Jack Roberts Miami News 7781158Paul mortgage and loan associa- T, W1llard Fair Grand Master -
Junior Varsity Cheerleaders. Surprisingly enough they were
Hansell AP 80-79-159 tions, insurance companies, for the State of Florida
very good. Led by Captains Norma Phillips andAudrey Royal.
Doug Kennedy Miami Herald 7980159Gene automobile agencies, and a and the Grand Worthy Matron,
The'Bullettes are comprised of five other members Ge-
Blasingame Broward Times 78-83..161 multiplicity of other businesses Miss Olive Florene Jones,
neva Lynes Yvonne Chantler Betty Marshall Deborah Mc-
Joe Migon AP 78-83-162 to be operated and both urge the attendance of all ,
Call and Diane Moore.These ladies the
kept spirit
young going
Sandy Hirsch Broward Times 79-83--162 utilized by the members as a members at this important
for the J.V.'s through out the game. Who ever organized the
' Ed Storin Miami Heald 81-81-162 means of providing jobs and meeting.ATTENTION.
group really should be congratulated.Coach .
Larry Birger Miami News 8380163John
Clendenon Miami Herald 80-83--163 Carlton Jerkins (first year basketball)of Centralhas
!
Will Jarrett Miami Herald 8083163Jim decided to cancel his remaining home games.Through no fault

Huber Miami News 8282164Lew 3UILDING SERVICE EMPLOYEES of his own, he is faced with a bad situation at his school and

Price Dir. of Publicity 79-85-164 INTERNATIONAL UNION AFL-CIO In the community around the school. Jerkins is probably one

Charles Trainor Miami News 87-86--173 of the more harder working young coaches I know, should not
A 200 Sunny Isles Blvd. N. Miami Bch, Fla. 33160 have been given a problem such as the one he faces; but being

The National labor Relations Board has the type of fellow he is, I think he'll come out of it with flying

BISCAYNE DOG TRACK colors. As a warning to the other teams- don't look for Cen-
taken jurisdiction private homes
over nursing
it tral to be a soft touch in the district tournament.Last .
Biscayne Dog Track heads into the final three weeks of its and hospitals. >

1969 winter meeting with five big racing events scheduled to week, Drew Jr. High lostaheartbreakerto Dorsey Jr.

( wind up the season in a big way. This means you are now protected by law High in what was the District Jr. High Championship Game.

r This weekend, the Saturday, Feb. 15 racing card will featurethe when you sign a union card. The days of To have been either coach would have been nerve wrecking.The .

final round ofthetri-distance$25,000-added Irish-Ameri- threats and discrimination are over. game was decided by one of those last second shots that

Championship, an international greyhound event matching was good. My congrats to both teams for a well played contest

four super U. S. runners against an Irish contigent headed by Call WI| 7.3662 for information so we may obtain and special congrats to Dorsey Jr. High
pat Dalton the famed Irish owner.trainer.
a contract to increase wages, give you Miami lost one of It's all time sportsmen last week with the
The point-graded stakes feature will decide the allot-
purse job security, overtime, vacations, holidaypay passing of Mr. Robert Clark. Mr. Clark, wno rye known for
ment which has as a first prize jackpot some $11,000.
pensions and other fringe benefits so quite a number of years was very active In his church as well
The Floridians at this writing are a game out of first place,
and showing a great second half effort. bably needed in the hospital and nursing i as various other civic organizations, including the Scouts,
the "Y's" the Legion and many others. He was always out to
Boxing picking up on the beach.Chris Dundee is still leading home field.
help some child attend a ball game of some kind even to the
in his
promoter shows and attendence.
All non-professional employees are eligibleto tune of affording the cost himself. Miami will miss him greatly -

join. ; and he will be hard to replace. Rest in peace Bob, for a
NORTH SOUTH GOLF TOURNAMENT job well done.Sportsman.

} The North-South Golf Tournament starts Feb 18, at Miami Sign with the AFL-CIO Union that representsthe of the week; Forrest Reynolds After the movieis

Springs Gold Course, players from all over the United States greatest number of hospital and nursing released will you still give autographs?

will be competing. This should be a humdinger. I am informed home employees in the country. Until the next meeting, Fll see you at one of the games.SPORTSrCORMEfl .

there may be around 300 players, men and women, including
0'
JIM HALLORAN ,
players from sports, radio, TV, and the entertainment world.
International Organizer

VERNON CLANK Vt

SAM ELLIS NEW GOLF CHAMP Director of Public Relations

Chicago White Sox pitcher Sam Ellis won the 29th annual Na-

tional Baseball Players' Gold Championship In one of the most -lly

thrilling finishes on record, charging from a three-stroke de-

ficit to nip Ken Harrelson in a sudden-death playoff. Tan Topics uRE QAJt'ErgALLAS srAPL1 MN Peo

BEEN PPED/CTE fdPE
Ellis trailed the leader. Red Sox outfielder Harrelson, and Y"1AYESOM

Cincinnati Reds pitcher George Culver, who was second!going ,.. /
NO65TDNA..
into Tuesdays final round of play. '
QtAyNr J,QA.
... LL FROM7Vf
Culver finished thrd with a 75 on the final round for a 308 1t t ''M ., L J7.17 AVE.q.'Lf...
total and sad about his '. .,. OS.
was
.I.
not-quite-good-enough "
performance ':;1..' '(,'... ,
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Baltimore Oriole pitcher Jim Hardin, competing here for q5 .. .< ::.

the second time as a major leaguer, carded a four-round 314 \,

tally for the fourth Cleveland Indian Manager Al Dark, a four-
yf"x .rJ
time winner who has appeared in the baseball golf meet a rec- '. .

ord 19 times, was one stroke behind Hardinat 315. Jack San- ; : .

ford, Cleveland pitching coach and one-time pitching great for ,6 .N 'I.,1

the San Francisco Giants, was sixth with a 318 mark.

' < \
Bill Short, an ex-New York Met pitcher, was winner of the I .

Orange flight with a 7881159. ---I _,

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Bruce Howard won the Sunshine flight with 86-81-167 z
a n.vb drn /
showing.The ..vast
r'f u wJKIA.. r7WE

best golf of the tournament was played ty ex-st. Louis

Cardinal Augle Bergamo, who paced the Inactive Major Lea- 0v

gue Division with a 7S.73-75--298 mark He was challenged ..'.. '
by ex-Detroit Tiger pitching great Virgil Trucks who scored I
''It' 6'B' :JC(> /N6 AND
304. ',I'II, J Rt ((IMP)ND'N6'FIIE ACE iN 1/AS lSe57 t tLW

; YEARN ,V8" ,
DRIVE OFF A CLIFF ISM COMMITTING PJ.Ay'IID LAOb4S AS
Julian Morgan, Jr., New York Mets scout, led the Active 77IE96B69 'Roo'/E. i iivf
. .
Minors and Scouts Division with an 81-79-77-78 card. SUICIDE / ; + 01' mE 'EAR'

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::I ::::'-:::::::::!:::::::':::::::::::::::::::::::::: :::: :i bonus as compared with rent
E Liberty City
: REAL f: C. -- really better than free be- rr

S::: 1:0:: cause rent is higher than the NeighborhoodCenter
!1:1: monthly payments for comparable -
4 ,
T':: ... :.::.: R facilities NewsOn ''J
M ..
.. ... .
:; :.t i' :': Now, suppose that Insteadof
A;1 By FREDBETTELHEIM !1:'N buying a house,you buy four Tuesday, Feb. 4, at 8

T 11: JR.11 EE units for about $25,000, with p.m. the Liberty City EOPI
held its area wide board elec-
1j1 111R; $2,000 cash down, and $200 a tion. The following persons

?::<:.S&!;:; :%%%%%&::::::::::::::::::::::: ::::::k, month for 30 years. It will cost'were elected to serve as officers rw
$2,400 per year, or $72,000 -
There Is
something better :
over the 30 years. With the
in many instances than owninga Emanuel Hutcheson, presi- i
grand total would be $74,000.
home, both for those whops Y But before you conclude that a dent; Kenneth Williams, first
rent and those who vice president EmanuelSapp
are payingoff ; ,
$36,500 house is cheap compared \ ,f'
mortgages on their own 1 with the $74,000 four- second vice president; Laura l

homes That "something' plex, take into consideration Mitchell, secretary; Rosa Lee
better" is owning Brady, treasurer.
own
your 1 the
happy detail that the four-
"home with income." In my r The credit Union held its
plex has income
of
$300
say,
third annual
considered memberships'meeting
carefully
opinion
a month from rental of the sR
many people buy homes who 1 other three apartments at on Thursday, Feb. 6, r
$100
should not do so. This may be average. This does not account at 8 p.m. A $5.00 share was I
a shocking statement for a real the given as a door prize. . the
apartment which
you occupy -
estate man to make,but I really lucky recipient was Toni Rogt
consider it
free
as
; ren
believe it and am convinced for Oils' purpose. This $3,600per ers of 2370 NW 75th St. Mr.
that the figures Justify it. Clyde D. McNeil wishes to express -
year, or $108,000 alto-
A home is an expensive luxury his appreciation to all '
gether, should soon return ilk
that many people do not reallJ who attended. ti'' _
]y your down payment and pay all .
need and cannot really afford
your expenses and allow for JEWISH WOMEN GIVE FMC SCHOLARSHIP
and could avoid to their
advantage, If they, could adjust great problems some vacancy, and: loss perhaps and other even Annual Tea Greater Miami! SectionNational Council I of Jewish Women, last week presented

to the idea of satisfying their leave a little profit besides, In At Holmes to Dr. Royal W. Puryear, president of Florida Memorial College a

housing needs by aiming for addition to the free rent. scholarship of $1,000.00 for the spring semester, 1969, and also, the sum of

an apartment in their own All this means that a house ElementaryThe $1,000 to be used for books for the library.
apartment building Instead of
Is very costly (tho less than
so
a house. rent) but that four units are PTA of Holmes Ele- Shown presenting the check to Dr. Royal Puryear are (left to right): Mrs.

There is a very wonderful amazing. Their very purchase mentary School will sponsorIts Charles Rosenberg, vice-president of administration; Dr. Pyryear, Mrs. Ben

government policy that deserves creates the income with which Annual Tea Sunday, Feb. Zion Ginsburg, scholarship chairman; Mrs. Irvin I. Wexler, president of Greater

to be shouted from the to pay for them. If you buy 16, from 4-6 p.m. One of our Miami Section, National Council I of Jewish Women.
housetops -- or, rather, per- house, you make all the payments prominent citizens, Fr.Theodore -

haps apartment tops. Unfor- entirely by yourself, Gibson will be the guest Final Chance To See ClownsFinal '
tunately, this FHA rule is lit
out of your own pocket,whereas speaker.The .
tle-known and not often utilized if you buy four units, chance to see "A structor at Florida Memorial ern High) John Peak, (drama
those who you Thousand clowns" with all College) Fernley major at Dade-Junior Col-
by do know of It get your down payment back sixth grade students Murray,
but who may not realize Just soon and have free rent fore will entertain you with songs Negro cast, praised by all (drama teacher at Northwestlege).

how terrific it is. This is th yourself thereafter and get the and dances. An Interesting critics, at the North Miami

FHA policy of including apart property itself, In effect, freeIn program is planned for your Playhouse, starring Ernie AUTO INSURANCELow
ment buildings up to and Including time. Duplexes and three enjoyment. The public is invited Fields, (popular WMBM disc '
four units, in the same units are similar in their Mrs. Blanche callo- jockey) Angelo Rutherford, (a Premium Rates' I
regular in the "Gentle Ben"series Low Monthly a
Payments
category as single-family benefits but on a smaller way is president of the PTA
residences for their purposesof scale. Even four units are still and Mrs. Thena Crowder Is ) Clarence Thomas, Immediate SR-22 Filings' '
of the (drama teacher at Mays High) .
guaranteeing loan commitments not principal school. '
really investment in -
an income -
OFFICE HOURS # '
As is well known,FHA property that can be -......... .. Betty.. '" Ferguson, (speech injj' Mon. Thru Fri. 930-7iOO, gv"
makes it possible for buyersto de-I Sat. 9t304iOOBROWN
pended upon for a living 1" .
purchase property with low come. For that you need well .! REALTY & INSURANCE AGENCY
cash down payments and low over four units. But four are ;

monthly payments spread overa an excellent beginning,a start 4740 NW 7th Avenue ..
longer period than usual, which FHA makes possible for 754-0655
at the same time getting all many who could not otherwise

.cash for the seller. Another 'make the down payments.Next

great service of FHA Is that week we will continue our discussion FORD
ASK FOR MR.
they appraise property and about getting listingson

thereby protect a buyer these Income properties
against paying more than a fair and homes. ALL FHA TERMS
NO QUALIFYING NO RED TAPE
price.
3 bedroom 2 bath CBS. 1792 NW 49th St.Drapes .
Corner
Let's look at the figures. U. S. 0. ((1)) 736 NW 48th St. 3 bedroom. $350 down
wall wall
to carpeting, appliances, reasonable -
Suppose for
example
,
you buy
a house for$500 down and$100 ANNIVERSARYThe cash down payment, takeover FHA mortgage ((2)) 1748 NW 42nd St. 3 bedroom. $250 down
less than month
$88.40
or $10,000, payable
a month for 30 years.How Miami USO Club locat-
much does the house cost?The ed at 20 SE First Avenue, Mi- pays all.PrmTKLLrMK. ((3)) 928 NW 48th St. 3 bedroom. $300 down

answer Is: plenty, $36,500. ami will celebrate the 28th An- '
$1,200 per year for 30 years, niversary of USO Saturday, \ ) WA ;,VAUAWWI ((4)) 1812 NW 53rd St. 2 bedroom. $250 down

totals $36,000. Add the $500 February 15, at 8 p.m. The '; : ; $'IXHM: ,1 41j 'NW 9bt.St.) : 8th Ave. bedroom $250 down
4020 NW
down, and you have the grand public Is cordially Invited to rtf, : !.,; m,,,, ,e J londstape4goundswith ,,*, ((5)) -

total of $36,500. If this seems attend. The program will con- :jeor,: patio,//1 t>o"b!
high, consider how much rent sist of: Presentation of I" '01, would over the ,Awards refreshments enter- $800 down'';$12'ir.53 imohtft1"'.''"'"- *>&*">- -' *
you pay same :*.W>f;Ktnfefafc fi trii.WILL .\ :$&,. *'Oak***_'*_'tl.._ .+ . .
time, and it will be clear that tainment, and dancing to the

the house Is pretty much a free music of a well-known band. SELL FOR VALUATION Ford Realty Inc. Broker

Fully furnished 3 bedroom, 2 bath CBS home on ,

r large beautifully landscaped corner. Tile roof, 3639 NW 15th Ave. 635-4595

carport, sliding glass doors to rear patio, sprinkler *
King Realty, Inc. of Miami system, sea view awnings, jalousie windows,

built-in kitchen with modern appliances. FHA
King Size i 8000 NW 7th
DADE COUNTY Buy''REALTORS price $18,000, $800 down, $127.53 month.
IS OUR A vet CARLTON REALTY

KINGDOM fD; it '; I'i' Y, Ni ft TY\W ''TH 0' /
r 'I1", 'f ":/ : S f ): 30T4 NW,19 STREET:;* BROKER,
CALL \ JIVESTMNTi I'
I:, '" ':": >PROPERTIES.; w"yWf
693-4772 I IF NO ANS.
754-6733
hove ie.eral and ,
693.2t91; : suplexes'aswelloijS' J( unitbuildfngsjthat '

:',:' you/can ,buy:w'ith'a lowao'wntpajrR"mentt FHA'CBS. Newlyweds or working couple. 2 bdrm,
\; !ond'reasonabl. :monthlypaymVnt' ;) Havejn: <
; 1 bathIge corner. $9,000, $400 dawn, $63.97 mo.
,come and, live; rent.freeooWE : :
\\f"l'
,: ', 11, .f. ., ',... JJ. .,1'.1", "I "." .;t. ... M" FHA-2 BDRMS, 1 bath, garage, vynl floors, Ige
grounds, good area.$12,500$500 down, $89.64 mo.

-- HAVE MANY MORE HOMES -- FHA-CBS, tile roof, lovely 3 bdrms, 1ft baths,
YOU CAN BUY ANY OF OUR FHA HOMES FOR
terrazzo floors, $16,500, $800 down, $117.89 mo.
$100 DOWN IF YOU ARE A VET OR BEING
t t tt DISPLACED AND IF YOU CAN QUALIFY FHA'CBS. Beauty. 3 bdrms, 2 baths, Flo room,
IIONW85 STREETNew garage, tale roof$21,000$1775down.$146.67 mo.

t home. Gorgeous 3 bedroom, 2 bath, built-in 't'I FHA-CBS. Tile roof, terrazzo floors, 5 bdrms, 2

I range and oven. Call us for details. t tI baths, den, utility & work rm.$21,000, $1200 down,

I 2010 NW 81 STREET ifI $146.67 mo.

3 bedroom, 2 bath, only $85 month. $700 down. FHA-2 CBS houses on Ige lot. Tilt roof, terrazzo

I t floors, 3 bdrms, 1 bath FRONT; 2 bdrms, 1 bath

I 1811 NW 93 TERRACE t I REAR. Home and income. $21,500, $1300 down,
2 bedroom, stove-refrigerator, well and pump, : $147.50 mo.
t fenced. FHA terms. t ; 4ff$2 NW' 7th AQi. I
ZONED DUPLEX OR CHURCH. Large 2 bdrms 1

I OPEN 7 DAYS A WEEK 24 HOUR SERVICE t J bath, on 3 lots $12500 cash.RETIREEPROFESSIONAL. 1I -_.

HOMES FOR, AS LITTLE AS $100 DOWN %: jyy OR BUSINESSMAN:

We specialize in homes for persons being dis I Waterfront luxury ho,... Daubl. lottile roof, CBS,
I placed in Urban Renewal area, Miami Housing I I hardwood and terrazzo floors, 4 bdrms, 3 baths,

Projects./ Veterans call to see if you qualify.You're t I 2 car garage. $32,500, $4,000 down. Make your
only a phone call away.
r i own terms.
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30 THE MIAMI TIMES. Friday, February, 14, 1969



I:' CLASSIFIED AD'S (-Teenager Fingers Buddy In Murderl) I


20 WORDS OR LESS200. IOC FOR EACH ADDITIONAL I WORD. Thomas Patrick Ryan was 'Jury after a hearing in Peace o.: the window . the pas-

DEADLINE FOR CLASSIFIED ADS TUESDAY 6 P. M. on his way to a night school Justice Court. senger's side . told him to

_. class when he stopped at the One, a 16-year-old boy,described open the door. I think I told
intersection of NW 37th Ave. the murder: him. He didn't. Law was on
FOR SALE
FOR SALE . .FORWENT ,
the other side
and 54th St. and bullet slam-
in the
7014 NW 5th AvenueDrive Duplex. FHA 'terms. Modern Furnished efficiency, $20 med into his h e a d behind the "We and were take his gonna get the Uh, Law shot him and we
by small 2 bedroom bun 10 year new CBS. Extra large week plus $20 deposit. All left ear. car money, started running. We didn't get
had I hada
kid said. "We
galow, not much, but beats rooms. All appliances over utilities furnished. 635-3504. guns. "
The car hit a utility pole. any money.
blank Law Johnnie 18
.22 (
sized lot. We have the keys. ,
renting. No qualifying $7,000 Its 18-year-old drive died in- Law, of 3260 NW 47th St.,
total. Terms arranged.A Ben- TUBIN Realtor, 7906 NW 7th 1 bedroom in a private home stantly. also charged) had a 32. did not testify Neither did

Korl, Realtor, anytime, 759- Avenue. 691-4785. nicely furnished. Hot and cold Three youths charged with "Any car at the intersec- Arthur Lee Bowser, 17, of

2425. water. 634-2264. 2491 NW 59 the Dec. 13 slaying were bound tion. Didn't matter. I think 3340 NW 50th St., who also is

Washington Park area.2 mod- Street. over Wednesday to the Grand this one was blue. I knocked charged.
$79 MONTH PAYS ALL ern CBS homes, on large lot. Peace Justice Charles
Small 2 bedroom CBS nice 3 bedrooms in each home. 2 bedroom house for rent. Snowden ordered them bound
,
Tile roofs terrazzo floors 3256 NW 53rd Street. Maybe Youth Throws Lye On
and clean. Only $200 down. over and held without bond.
Total $8500 FHA. A. Ben- awning windows, ideal for mo- seen Thursday through Sun-

Kori, Realtory, anytime, 759- ther and daughter. FHA terms day. 624-5232 Police OfficerMiami
2425. $2100 down. TUBIN Realtor,

7906 NW 7th Ave., 691-4785. Police are seekinga Later, Officer R. W.Weiss, MAN DROWNS IN CANALA
Room in nice home for work-
CBS Duplex 2 bedroom, bath a 16-year-old fugitive from Fultz' partner on patrol: at the
one side, 1 bedroom, 1 bath Seller pays all closing costs ing lady to share with same. Youth Hall as the :assailantwho time of the incident, was told fisherman drowned in the

other side. Located NW 93rdSt. pretty CBS 2 bedroom, 1 bath 691-3201. threw a can of lye at a by a girl that she knew the boy Tamlami Canal 15 miles west

FHA $16,400 $600 down, screened porch, fenced yard,' police officer. who had thrown the lye. of Miami Saturday, despite a

'"No closing costs. Llvein one, sprinklers, close to bus,shop Room in private home, tele- A suspect who reportedly Police checked out the name passing motorist's efforts to

rent the other, don't let this ping. FHA $300 Down. $86.75 phone and TV. furnished $20 bragged to a girl about the in- she gave and found that the rescue him.

one slip away, bring a deposit month, Veteran or displaced week. Man only. Call 754- cident was released after youth was a fugitive from The dead man was identi-

todayl! Aetna Realty (Broker), person, $100 down. Atlanticand 7650 after 5 p.m. .questioning. Youth Hall, where he had been fied as Quincey Lee, 50, a laborer -

811 NW 54th St., Phone: 757- Pacific Realtors, 666- The officer, Matthew Fultz, sent on an armed robbery of 230 NW 22nd Lane.

5724, open 7 days. 0411. MISCELLANEOUSDRAPERIES 23, was severelyburnedbythe charge.A Metro police said witnesses
alkaline substance and may boy of that description was told them they saw Lee wad- w

FHA LOW DOWN Custom-built CBS 2 story, 5 require plastic surgery on one arrested and jailed,but inves- ding in shallow water,then noticed

New sub division. over half large rooms up, 3 car garage taken down, cleaned, decorator side of his face, according to tigation proved he was not the him thrashing about and

sold already. 18 homes re- plus mother-In-lawaartment: folded and rehung.Drapery doctors. boy who threw the lye. calling for help.

maining 3 bedrooms, 1 bath downstairs. FHA $700 down. rods installed. LUSTRA/ Fultz said he was investigating Robert Storoemer, 27, of

to 4 bedrooms, 2 baths.Prices" Shown by appointment.400 NW TONE DRAPERY SERVICE. an auto accident at N. W. 29045 SW 124th St. was driv-

start at $17,600, financing 48th St. 758-0551. Oren E. 887-8022 2nd Court and 17th Street Sat- ing past on the Tamlami Trail

with no down payment, or low Morton, Realtor. urday when the lye was: thrownon SEWING MACHINE when he heard shouts. He ran

FHA payment. Open 1 to sun- SISTER OLGA him by a Negro youth about 1968 zigzag portable. Zigzag to the canal bank and was
set everyday. Located at 90th $450 down FHA. Nice clean, The lady from the miracle 16 years old, wearing a brown slightly used. No at. shown where Lee had gone under -
Ave. and SW 128th St.Jennings 2 bedroom and garage. 7798 land, gifted reader and advi- jacket. tachments needed to mono- the surface.

\ Construction Co. (Feb. 14)) NW 10th Ave. 1/2blocktobus. sor will solve any problemsyou gram, overcast, make button *
758-0551 Oren E. Morton, have, no matter what. holes, controls built in.
Problems such as love marriage 1968SINGER Sews with 1 or 2 needles.
Realtor.By ,
160 NW 69th STREET
CONSOLES Full price $31.84 or as
health etc. First time
Drive by this lovely big 2 bed- sums payments of $3.10
4 bedroom here in United States she invites II g h t I y used zigzag In
room CBS plus sleeping porch. owner. CBS stylish cabinet. Makes but monthly. For free home
Immaculate. City water. $35C you to come and see her. demonstration, call Credit
Also 2
car garage with apart- ton holes, sews on buttons,
\ ment. You pay only $96 month down. $125 per month pays all. :She will answer one free ques- monograms,appliques,over Mgr. until 9 p.m. No obli
with rental. $1300 down FHA. No qualifying. Move right in. 1 tion over the phone. She will casts and blind hem stitch gation. If toll, call collect!
1929 NW 71st St. 642-0722. I heal the sick. She will make All without attachments.All 9223528.
A. Ben-Korl Realtor
,anytime feel that controls built In. Full
you you are somebody -
759-2425. price $52.20 or assume pay
A 2167 NW 60th Street, 3 bedrooms 1 again. For appointments ments of $6 monthly. For sse,

.Corner lot for sale. Carver's $11,700 FHA, $93 :and directions call 758-5915 free home demonstration ,
Ranches. 50x140. 691-9314 or monthly. Only $1,550 down. S.--- call Credit Mgr. until 9 pm.

I I 634-7486. (Feb. 14)) Block, (Broker), 751-9618 or HELP WANTED No collect.obligation.9223528.If toll(,Indf call) IBIffNUKAIR
\ 624-7371 evenings.
Salesman wanted. Wonderful
\ 3 bedroom CBS fencedin
large
-
2 store building. 757 NW 52nd opportunity. Ford Realty,3639 IfutnI
baths
yard. 21/2 dining
NW 15th Avenue. 635-4595. U. S. CIVIL SERVICE s
Street. Zoned C-4. Goodbusiness -
room and Fla. room. $2,000 JOBS d

down and take over present section. Terms. 693- Sales girl receptionist. Gla- Men and Women iw tr1

mortgage. 691-0634 or 693- 2509. mour Tress Wigs. 7545401Feb. 18 to 65

2893. ( 14) Start as high as $4680 first
FHA price $9500, $300 down, year. U. S. Citizens only. Is. rti lf mtdicat d to H lp >a.it .
$63 month. 2 bedroom CBS, Barber. Richmond Heightsarea. Grammar school education HAS

DADE- CAMERA CENTERat Seller pays all closing costs. 235-9964. usually sufficient. Keep IMMEDIATEOPENINGS I

1708 NW 36th Street, is now 75th St.area.TUBIN Realtors, your present Low lob while

for sale. Good inventory, low 7906 NW 7th Ave. 691-4785. WANTED WIFE tuition training.payments.monthly For free at you'f foyrito 'b av y taiorijt
rent, 12 years on this street. Qualifications: Dedicated and information and list of FOR d'U'ti" lojrt. V1thfao -
Priced Good opportunity. black. Tom Washington Dry positions for which we fcUn.rh "lup.fi I 'pO'iST. '
right down
FHA Price $11,500.$500 train, mail to JANITORSPART .SO1 ..: . -
Studio space. No phone $81 month. 2 bedrooms CBS, Cleaners. 1342 NW 62nd St. ALPHA, 905 coupon Buena Vista

\ calls please, See Sam.FE. air-conditioner,awnings,fenc- 691-9649. Station, Miami, Fla. 33137. TIME NIGHTS Temple Add

I ( 21) ed yard, near school,shoppingand Good Pay
bus. TUBIN Realtor, 7906 GRILLMAN NAME Fringe Benefits

I NW 7th Ave. 691-4785. Permanent. Full or part time. ADDRESS _______
Take over payments, G.E. Sober. Reliable. Apply in per- Apply in Person
color TV. Goodyear, service CITY 309 NW 2nd
FHA $900 down. $128 month. son before 10 a.m. McDonald's AVENUE
stores, 900 Biscayne Blvd. Modern 4 bedroom, 2 bath 3325 NW 79th Street. EPHONE M/F 3 p.m. to 6 p.m.
377-8321. (Feb. 28)
CBS. Patio and pool. Built in : ACE!- (indel)
kitchen, large fenced yard with WANTEDSemiretired
$350 DOWN FHA
Near man to work i
sprinkler
system.
i
1867 NW 46th Street
schools, shopping and bus.Tu- par tt t i me in kindergarten.Must .
Lovely 2 bedroom CBS, fresh- bin Realtor, 7906 NW 7th Ave. be able to drive for information J
ly painted inside and out. Va- call. 691-2051 or
cant. Hurry, this will sell fast. 691-4785. 633-2306. Your professional beautician :

Allapattah Realty, 633-0426. '-- knows the answer. .. J
r Do you have time on your Beauty operator wanted. 691- PAN AMERICAN
hands? You don't know whatto 9392
or 751-7449. (Feb.28)
FHA TERMS
If do? Please donate your WORLD AIRWAYS J
.J. bedrooms, tile roof, terra- J
time to us and help fight Leu-
CHILDCAREBest
: zzo floors, carport, fenced
kemia tool Call Leukemia
t back yard reasonable. ,
The World's Most
;SEYMOUR M. ROTH, Realtor Society of America 373-2624. of child care in the home Experienced Airline
does hair
14570 NW 27th Avenue (Mar. 8)) 81st St. and 22nd Avenue will Why some NOW HIRING

681-3515 pick up. 693-1640. break off when ? I
Month of MARCH is Leukemia combing
month volunteers needed to Cblldcare STEWARDESSESTo
2 bedrooms, 1 bath, fenced. ages from 6

2230 NW 93rd St. FR 1-1905 visit neighbors please call months to 5 years. Free pick Your hair Is precious and delicate...and none of us like to see Fly All
t
w-or 531-3184. Leukemia Society of America up and delivery. For further it break off for any reason. Scientists tell us that excessive use ;) Six Continents-
373-2624. (Mar. 8)) Information call 758-2472. of hot combs and over-processing of hair with chemicals often )
are major causes brittleness. resulting in hair breakage. But !) u
I
GOOD USED CLOTHING
Childcare hair that is naturally curly and tangles easily frequently breaks Mutt be single! minimum age
> 'Sold for the whole family. in my home. Your I 20. Height 53" to 5'9M.
<, 'I, FOR RENT off in everyday combing.Notice how irritated your scalp becomes
; < Open 10 to 6 Tuesdays thru child will be given the best of I when you comb in contrast to the way your beautician does? i Weight 105 to 140 Ibt. Good
: ; Saturday. CLOTHES RACK, Partly furnished apartmentfor : care. I do not pickup children. I Your professional beautician knows that curly hair mats and health. Good vision. Mutt s
," (14122 NW 27th Avenue. 685- couple. Near bus and Jitney If Interested Call 759-8335. tangles so easily that it should be softened before combing. be high school graduate.
,; lines. 1116 NW 51st Terrace. Otherwise unnecessary irritation to the scalp and damage to Knowledge 'of a foreign
,. '4 0322. (M. 14)) Private' nursery. Free pickup the shaft and ends of the hair occurs. To achieve this needed language. ,
,. and food. For more information softening and a temporary relaxing effect that prevents break MIAMI INTERVIEWS ;
18511 NW 39th Ct. Gorgeous Apartment $18 week. 1 bed- call 757-2791. (F. 21) age on all human hair (including wigs), most beauticians rely Monday FridayFor
room unfurnished. Free gas' on Clairol Hair-So-New creme rinse.' For combingease
._ .y4 bedroom, 2 baths, carport, spray-on
and water. 6039 NW 24th Ave. and for beautifying your hair in many other ways trained
air conditioned built in intirvitwippftfntmintCull
f:t range LOT FOR SALE beauticians stock a complete family of fine Clairol products for .
.and oven. FHA $19OOO.SeUer '
needs. '
your specific
\ Next to 1152 NW 41st St.
pays closing costs. $900 down Nicely furnished room. Mid- We buy Homes & Land Visit your expert hairdresser, who cares about your hair care PAN AM 637-2177
: (Vets $500 down)Hurry,Hurry dle age lady or couple. Rea- Need Money? I and your comfort. Whatever the nature of your hair problems 'An[qua!Opportunity Employtr'
Hurry. Aetna Realty,(Broker) sonable rent. Near NW 46th Call Boron I only your professional beautician knows the answer for sure.O .
A Plan for
j I 811 NW 54th St.757-5724,open St. and 3rd Ave. Call after 4 538. 1340 I O .lrollne.l967 Courtesy of Clairol Inc. Company1 Progress

7 days. p.m.754-3865. , .

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MIAMI TIMES, Friday, February 14, 1969 31



I American JusticeBy r! Ion I


WILLARD BUTLER and HAROLD LONG !1

UBS Univ. of MiamiCURRY 4 _ 'fJC

IQd
i Merlin Curry is a black .

freshman student at the Uni- ', I
versity of Miami who is \

a four year scholarship. He is \

a student without family or ,
funds to defend himself from .

the erroneous: .allegations. He ,

has been accused of the rape i;
of a white University co-ed ,

who has frequented his apart- .
ment on various occasions. t

In the state of Florida the _; v\ :

charge of rape is punishableby :

death unless the Jury . .. j jI

recommends mercy. In the: ; ; \
cases of black men accusedof ;. -

the rape of white women a. iw.11aa1 1; :
there has, been only one Pc- :/
cas ion where mercy was

This is a picture of a black recommended. I ,.. ,. 'Il
University of Miami student In order to prevent a possi- 'r a I.1 to talk ale ; <: I t
1 .
who has been incarcerated In ble "legal lynching" of Merlin l I

the Dade County Jail since Curry, there is a desperate I I 4 *m4 D !1m 111Y t 111 F 1 #

Jan. 6, 1969. He is being held need for adequate legal rep- tro
without bond and he is not allowed resentation for him. Black: ,Iti(

to have visitors.This is friends of Curry have been ...

the plight of a black American working toward this end. It is "". 't-t"
citizen who under our code of their hope that the Miami

w Justice is "innocent until pro- community will a waken and
ven guilty" give aid to a brother victimized

by so called "white
Time and time again black Jus
,
tice." In an effort to secure
men of our communities have
been subjugated to may Injustices such representation
"Merlin Defense Fund"has
Curry
and Indignities inflicted -
been established at the
by a body of so called
National Industrial Bank formerly
( -
law enforcers of which we haveat
Lincoln National Bank)) k
-- -- -
the most token represen-
at 7th Ave. and 60th St. You]

tation. may take your donations directly -; Coconut Grove Has Improved SomeAlthough )
Where is his accuser? Sit- to the bank.The account

ting home in a Northern sub- number of the Merlin Curry

urb protected and shielded defense fund is 002-512-1.All l
the abandoned for months forth in the clean-up cam
hlghlypopulat- on down a cement wall that blocksan
from the
embarrassment that
donations in'any amount to hell)1
ed f sites and Mr. Tom Paulk was the
target areas o Coconut apartment lots. Why exit? paign.
the truth will
eventually bring. a black brother will be
appre- Grove better because still Some M.C. Present were Mrs. Vir-
are looking are they remaining?
(Should Justice prevail). ciated.
of the clean-up, there of these areas are where Coconu t Grove Cares, Inc. rick, Rev and Mrs. Father
are still very vital and direct children play. and Grove Golfers Associationgot Gibson, Mr. Knight, Dr.

BTW Class OfThe 49 Organizesunion. violations not being enforced, together and gave the young Severinghous, Mr. Scott, Mr.
which could very well cost the We know that on some via adults a banquet on February8th. Green, Miss Sands, Mr.

graduating class of 1949 There are many who olives of any individual. lations there is a time limit. This was to show the young Givens and Mr. Smith. The

from Bookter T. WashingtonHigh feel that the Booker T. Wash. Vehicles which have been But can you see where there adults their appreciation for banquet was sponsored by Dr.
School is preparing to ington graduating class of 194:j I should be a time on knocking the'time and muscles they put Severinghous. -..

_._
celebrate its 20th year of lib- was one of the most outstanding .. -----

eration from the hallow wallsof classes to ever leave a local .. RICHARDSON
the old BTW Jr. Sr. High' Negro high school. Th
School. Although three of our class of 49 was the largest Negro .. Ella Mae Nelson of 162 N.W.

former Negro High Schools class to graduate In the 10th Street died February 9th mammouth Battle of Gospel given away as a door prize. winning choir.
have been phased out as a result 1940's and 50's. in Jackson Heights Convalescent Singing, sponsored by the Trophies will be presentedto All lovers of good gospel

of desegregation, they All 49'ers are asking to be Home. Survivors Include Junior department and Good- the winning groups. Su- singing are urged to come out

have many graduates in this present on Monday, Feb. 17,t a husband Thomas; a motherI will ,Lodge76, Modern Free preme { Grand Master Lee F. next Friday night to enjoy this
area who are making signifi- at the Allapattah Jr. Hlgt t Gertrude and anunt Betty; two and Accepted Masons of the Wooten of Columbus,Georgia, wonderful program and to encourage -

cant contributions to the School for an organizationalmeeting. :I cousins Elsie and Arthur. World, Incorporated, will be will be on hand to present the your favorite.group.

. growth and development of our The time 8 p.m Funeral services will be con- held on Friday, Feb. 28, at Trophy to the winning Male The admission Is free.
I< community The 49'ers are ducted Thursday February 13 George Washington Carver Chorus, and Sister Olive Flor- Vernlce Ross, grand con-

making elaborate plans to r at 2:00 p.m. In Richardson High School in Coconut Grove. ene Jones, Grand Worthy Ma- ductress, junior department
commemorate their 20th re- Carver { 'j Chapel. Burial will be heldin The program will begin at 7:30 tron from the State of Florida Modern Free and Accepted
I Evergreen Memorial will present the trophy to the Masons of the World, Inc.

Cemetery. p.m.Both
Ranches : choirs and Male
Dsrrick Bryant of 4201 N.W
Teachers Death I
Choruses will be participating -
11th PI. died February 9th Pants Made In 3 Days
News in this contest, and sepa-
Jackson Manorial
Ruled JustifiedDania Hospital.
rate awards will be given to
By Walter Bowe Survivors Include a wife the winner in each category.
policeman Alva Lee Rosie,eight children: Bernice $1095 Up

went back on duty with lost pay Sabrena Robert,Efrem, Phea- Choirs' in the contest will
restored today after the Bro- The VFW Post No. 8195 dra, Cantria and Bernadina be the Greater New Bethel

ward County Grand Jury ruled will hold regular meeting this and Darrlyn; a mother Emma Baptist Church Choir #1,Rev.

his shooting of George Pierce Sunday at 5 p.m. at the post two brothers Thomas and W. R. Smith, pastor, and Jor-

, was Justifiable homicide. home, members please be James; one sister Addie and dan Grove Baptist Church TAYLORS PARISIAN TAILORS ""'

I Pierce, 33, a teacher for present. There will baa Cock agrandfatherlnlawRev.George Choir #2, Rev. D. Cook, pastor 54th STREET 3:
after 1080 NW
tail Hour at the post home
migrant children, was slain E. Johnson. Funeral Male Choruses from both
Jan. 2 in an exchange of shots meeting, from 8-10 p.m. services will be conducted on Greater New Bethel and Jor- NEW EASTER WOOLENS 151.4821 y

after Lee went to his horns on Come and enjoy the evening. Saturday. February 15th at dan Grove will also be com
a domestic complaint by The Ladies Auxiliary have Trinity Wesleyn Methodist petlng.
Pierce's wife. the kitchen open this Fridayand Church at 3:00 p.m. Burial
Saturday night. Drop by will be held in Lincoln Me- Highlighting this musical
J and have a snack with us. morialCemetery.The remains feast will be selections from
LAS AMIGAS CLUB The Carver Ranches Fire the C Lord C's,the Rossettes,
will be placed in the churchat Your Income Tax
Las Amigas are very proudto Dept., holds meeting every 6:00 a.m. Saturday morn- and many other Gospel Sing-
report they have Just received Monday night at the Fire Hall, ing. ers. A portable TV will be

a n appreciation cer- members please be present, .
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tificate from Variety Child- at 8 p.m. Walter Blatch, is BAIN'S gsoup
ren's for their
Hospital, gen- president.The .
erous gift to the hospital.The of the ,
Gay-
president Graveside services for
Rev W.F. Tanner officiating.
members wish to thank
Ladies, Mrs. Mildred James little Yvonne Louis, Milton
t. the many friends of the Miami and reporter, Mrs Esther Bell, and Billy Washington, Mrs. Ellen Jane Finder of
for wish
area this support and
Bryant, are thanking everyonewho the three children who were 21620 South West 120th Ave.
u you to join them, Saturday helped to make their prevalentine's burned on Feb. 6, in the Mex- Goulds died on February 7, at
night Feb. 22 at 2310 NW154
Dance a successat ico City Labor Camp will be Jackson Hospital Mrs. Pin-
St., for a night of amusement. Elks Club in Ft. Laud- 11
the held on Tuesday at a.m. der is survived by one grand-
I Moselle H. Bell, is presi- erdale, on Sunday.Also thanks at Paradise MemorialGar- daughter Remona Dawkins,

dent. to Pail Harris for his wonderful dens. one grand son Herbert Humes, FREE I Information, stamps,

COCKTAIL PARTY show. Mrs Susie Mae Ross of. Funeral services will be held forms, envelopes '

: Lodge andtem- 3616 Grand Avenue, Coconut On Saturday at 11 aIm from
Liberty Elk HIDE OR AY HAIR Grove died February 6. Mrs. Mt. Pleasant Baptist Church
lovely
pie invite to spend a
you
Party Ross is survived by her husband Rev A.H. Lockett,officiating. The Taylors Since 1941
afternoon at a Cocktail ,
'Eddie Williams of Coco-
B.
Sunday, Feb. '16, from 4 to 6 SLICK BLACK David, one son Jimmy,
eight sisters two brothers nut Grove died on February8th
, anda
,
p.m., 6525 NW 18th Ave.There A &JK DOUBLE ACTION host of nieces and nephews.: at Jackson Memorial 1080 N .W. 54th St.
will be a door prize given, no
fCOLOHGWHAIRHJtt Funeral services will be heldon Hospital Mr.Williams is sur-
reservation is necessary.Do- ,2 DRESSES HAIR II PlACE vived by one sister. Arrange-
nation, $1.00.' Plenty of refreshments Saturday at 3 p.m. from 7594827THE (Feb, 18)
::Sr U.N'I''I'I'ltI Church
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