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Publication Date: February 28, 1969
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1L Vol. 46, No. 27 MIAMI FLORIDA FRIDAY, FEBRUARY 28, 1969 '

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\. Nation'slnsurance Companies

I j jI N yroYf Robbing- Black Drivers ,I III

WASHINGTON Senate ing the policyholder helpless. benefitting from the federal
Florida Memorial College Homecoming Queens Investigators were told Mon- But Travis said some big companies government's reinsurance
day that many auto Insurers are nearly as bad. against the risk of riot" but
Saturday was homecoming at Florida Memorial College and these three impose an automatic "black "Some major companieshave "giving nothing in return."
tax" of exorbitant premiumson taken notice of the fact :'
lovelies reigned over the campus festivities. Left to right are Joyce Hamilton .
Negroes without checking that black automobile (insur- Congress passed an act,
from Tampa, Queen Jessie Newman from Orlando, and Linda Lewis from which insurance
their driving records. ance) business is profitable provides \
," Nassau. The day ended on a happy note when the FMC Lions defeated the Dempsey J. Travis, a Chi- he said. . They have set guarantees, to make sure
Savannah State basketball team 116103. House of Photography photo. cago realtor and insurance up what we call their 'black business and home owners in
salesman, said Negroes have ,subsidiary.' The subsidiaries slum neighborhoods will not

", been denied insurance or he said, automatically be denied Insurance protec- t
charged higher premiums for charge; a "black tax" -usually tion. But Judson Miner,a legal
Poor Market years. 75 per cent above stand- aid attorney at the Universityof
i People's He said "systematic exclu- ard rates." Chicago, said insurance
sion" of Negroes has led manyto Witnesses before the Senate "companies and their agents
buy insurance from "high- monopoly subcommittee also continue to reject requests for

To Open On 62nd St.A risk, fly-by-night" firms testified that property insur- ,insurance on ghetto properties
which promptly fold up, leav- ance firms in Chicago "are outright over the telephone."

t non-profit grocery story profit takes care of store
j that will sell food commodities rental and utilities, he said.
at a penny profit will open Food products Include can- Opa-locka Balks At Improvement; !

for business next Friday. The ned goods, pre-packaged bakery -
Poor People's Non-Profit dairy items every- (
Market will open at 1275 NW' thing but fresh meatsgeared Residents EOPI Fighting For Them '
62nd St. to the food habits and tastesof ,
This will be the second mar the community. K is set up by Benny Berry --

,, ket to open in Dade County.The more as a grocery and there The North Dade Improve- better described as "in- .'
first one on South Mlam'!.Beach aren't facilities fora meat action. I \1
ment Association Inc. led by
f is rushing businesst department, other than canned I
doing a Mr. David Pemberton, and the Success again! The City
serving the elderly Jewish: meats.A Vice President Mr. R.S. Commission seemed to be
kingsize loaf of bread ,
population Jackson 'challenged the City committed to doing absolutely
The non-profit markets are costs 15 cents, .a bar of soapis Opa-locka to make some nothing on the West side .4
the brainchild of Harry Scher- a nickel, eggs 49 cents a needed improvements in of 27th Avenue in the Black II
garbage -
mer and Oslet 'Canseco, dozen, and a can of corned, community.'
collection trash collec-
Schermer runs the one on the beef runs 44 cents.This meansan ,
OSLET CANSECO the of abandoned 'The next meeting of the {
tyon, removal ; -
Beach and Cansecowillhandle average, savings .of 15 to cars, refrigerators,. and r 'North ,Dade Improvement ',(\,
thmberty City ,operation.,, /Weasel the products for 20 cents per item. furniture items. of these Association.. Ino..,is schedulI
Canseco is' from,Trinidadand ",what 'we 'pay for, them.'with a, Customers are asked to items have been Miny collecting ed for Tuesday, March 4, at

operates an Importexport penny added. The community bring their own paper bags. stagnant water for a long 7:30 p.m. Join now. Members .
business. He explains the supports the store that virtually . Both Schermer and Canse period of'time pie as e be present.
creating a
operation as being simple. runs itself." The penny co were emphatic about their health hazard, in the com- BENNY L. O'BERRYhad Citizens please attend. Join
motives: "We do not intend to munity. and become active In doing
make any money on this. Nor The discarded refrigerators a chance to see their City something about our Junk
do we have some other mo- pose a special hazard, as Commissioners in action, or' yard community.

tive that we're camouflaging.Our they are a permanent dangerto
market is open scrutiny." children. Even those that

The two men hope to open have the doors removed, may
r markets in all communities
get turned over on a child whileat
y r where low Income people findit play.

difficult to get a balanced All of these abandoned and 1" ,j, do
meal. discarded items did not moti- a
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Aab.i T vate the City Commission of d b
';' -lockatodoanythingabout
them, as all of them are on the
West side of Northwest 27th

Avenue, in the BlackCom-

munity.Mr. .
:Pemberton was eloquent
Jed t X4' ar S t y+' vsft, v''1i { s in his presentation of 3
the problem,but the Opa-locka MANN
City Commission refused to c

4L' listen to all these problem, fkj .\
because they were not on the .
?o n
? agenda. This special treat-
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5 ment, res e r v e d for the ..uMW'' v !k ?J, QK a A t
citizens of the Black Com-

munity in Opa-locka, by the
Opa-locka City Commission.
Does this make you
Woman Found meeting on Thursday evening,
February 13, between the
Dead In Apt. North Dade Improvement
Association, Inc.,and the Opa-
The body of a woman shot locka City Commission, wasa
in the back was found lying on success in that many of these
the floor of her NW Seventh St.
citizens were making their "
# "Where To Turn?
A apartment Sunday. first visit toanOpalockaCityCommission

I MAKES STRAIGHT "A" AVERAGESandra was Mattie found Maud by Miami Gaither police, 29, meeting,and they Mrs. Marie S. Carl, executive director of the '

Sears, daughter of Sandra has shown that she officers at 237 NW Seventh St., Gaither lives at 15820 NW Economic Opportunity Program, Inc., displays some (
Mr. and Mrs. Nealon Sears of has remarkableabllityandber after an unidentified man told Bunche Park West Drive h: of the 400 "Where To Turn" directories the agency ,*

1270 NW ,75th Street has be-. grades for semester prove officers at a traffic accident Opa-locka. just completed. <
one of the most outstanding that she is doing excellent scene that there was a bodyat The dead woman was a graduate The publication, a product of EOPI's Depart- !
come Sandra received an offer to the address. of Booker T. Washingtonhigh '
ment of Public Affiars, is a 320-pagedirectoryof E
and superior-rated represent Morgan State Col- Police are now looking for school class of 1958. She
dents at Morgan State Col- lege at the University of India, the man who made the initial was at one time an employeeat services available in the Dade County community. .: :
lege. Out of ,approximately but she- said it was too far from report. the Hickory House Restaurant It is available at a nominal fee to agencies and or-; ;

1,200 freshmen, Sandra is the home. The dead 'woman it was in Northside Shopping ganizations, according to Mrs. Carl, from the Public : ,;
only one who has come out witha This outstanding freshman learned had only recently returned Center. Affairs
received all A's in English to Miami from Detroit Department.
4.0 -- straight "A"average Funeral services will be
business administration so- she went to visit her For further information, contact Paul H. Wyche, !
-- for the first semester.Very where held Thursday(today)at 4 p.m.
rarely, If ever, do freshmen cial science, physical science, father. .. ::- '.. ,with Range Funeral Home conducting Jr. Public Affairs Director at 395 NW First Street R i
reveal such ability. health and physical education. Her, mother, Mrs. .Thelma or call: 377.8601 ext. 104. ,f I, '

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2 THE MIAMI TIMES,, Friday, February 28, 1969Kodak'

5 Cash And Counseling Wins Freedoms Award

VALLEY FORGE, PA.--A dent: "What RBOC does is organizations that have contributed by itself. Over the long haul, ing of cameras sent in from Heading i the awards jury
Freedom Foundation award provide the needed doses of!, to the advancement selfhelp is the only help that the field. We saw that this were two college administrators
was presented here Saturday cash and counseling to help i of American 1tt Als. Regional really takes." need of ours coincided with the : Dr. Porter Fortune,
February 22, to Eastman Ko- people of the inner city start awards in the various cate- Describing RBOC as "one need of inner-city residentsto chancellor of the University
dak Company the foundation up and run their own business gories will follow in weeks to approach to this self help gain experience of their of Mississippi, and Dr. John
announced. profitably. come. idea," Welsh said "RBOC own in business. The upshotwas A. Howard, president of Rock
"The Freedoms Foundation Kodak Is to receive the lends a hand t o such budding the birth of Camura,Inc., ford College, Illinois, Each of
The citation Is tile major award is gratifying to all of us:: George Washington Honor Me- entrepreneurs as the man who a camera and appliance repair the 22 jurors'votes; then a
national award in the Eco- at Kodak, but it also honorsthe dal, a four-Inch medal encas- wanted to lease the abandonedgas business." team of accountants audits the
nomic Education category.The .
award honors Kodak'srole many business people in ed In 'a seven-Inch-square station he passed every Camura provides a modelof ballots.
in the forma tion of Rochester who have teamed up block of lucite. The award will day on his way to work, or the coordinatedcommunityeffort Five hundred invited guests
Rochester Business to put RBOC together and makeIt say of RBOC: dry cleaner who needed to find Welsh noted: the Urban are expected to witness Satur
work." "Using compensatory capi- ou t how to arrange a small- League sponsored Camura; day's ceremonies.
Opportunities Corporation
Welsh, Kodak director of talism as' its byword, it enabled business loan." RBOC handled the financing; a
the foundation said r
--which 5A
development corporate relations, will minority group membersto Kodak was not only involvedin kodak trained the people who
exemplifies "community
in-- accept the through private
itiative." at ceremonies in the own profitmaking businesses. has had a major role in carry- company;Kodak is a customerand ;
Martha Washington! Building ." ing out its goals. The Company so far, Camura appears
Rochester Business Oppor- here early Saturday afternoon. RBOC was stimulated by a has contributed funds, off to a healthy start.
tunities Corporation (RBOC) Top awards are presentedIn plan Kodak developed with the supplied several thousand man That kind of "coordinated,
is an organization set up In several catergories. These aid various inner-city agencies hours of talent, and become community effort" is what Ko-
1968 in Kodak's home city of are the major national Free- Other local businesses directly involved as a custo- dak fee 1 s the Freedom
Rochester, N.Y., to help improve doms Foundatloncitatlons, joined to set RBOC in opera- mer in some businesses. Foundation award really recognizes -
urban conditions. which are customarily givenon tion. Six officers and 28 trus- One example is P.A. Plas- over and above the
According to Frederic S. Washington's Birthday,and tees were appointed from a tic-molding firm established company's own role, Welsh
Welsh a Kodak vice-presi- which recognize persons and wide spectrum of Rochester by Frank McElrath, a former said. "The tribute from the
bus I n e s s, Including representatives Kodak employee. Thisbudding foundation will stimulate us
of minority business has become an im- to continue and improve upon
fAMU Students Want groups. portant supplier of parts for our work."
RBOC Is managed by JamesH. the Kodak X-Omat processor, A 44- m ember national .4 ,_ I

Blow,Jr.,formerly senior a machine sold to hospitals award jury, composed of state
Building Named engineer at Xerox Corporation worldwide. supreme court justices and HESTER KINCHENS |

in Rochester.The Another direct business experience heads of patriotic, c1v1c,fraternal (formerly of Cette Rosette)
operating policies of Kodak has had with and veterans organizations has joined the staff of
for Malcolm X RBOC constitute a four-point an enterprise aided by RBOC chose the award winners Sylvia's World of
approach to aiding inner-city came in this fashion,describED from among thousands of Beauty
Negro high school students school's Vocational Technical residents: assist them In obtaining BY Welsh: entries submitted in 1968. A
5623 NW 7th Avenue
walked out of classrooms or Institute in honor of MalcolmX. financing, help them "One of our regional foundation spokesman said
simply stayed home by the find customers and markets, Marketing directors suggested Kodak was selected out of "a Phone: 751.9128
thousands Friday in memoriam The man for whom the me- coordinate business advice, that the com pan y's Rochester multitude of nominations" for Specializing in oil your
for the fourth anniversaryof morials were held was shot and locate business opportuni- operations needed to the top honor in the Economic hair beauty needs
the assassination of the man down by three men in a crowded ties.Kodak speed up the routine servic- Education category.
who has been called the.spiritual auditrium ballroom In New and the other participating -
father of the Black Power York on Feb. 21, 1965. companies agreed to
movement, Malcolm X. Forty black students barri- consider themselves potential
On campuses already caded themslves in a school customers for products and
troubled by student rebellion dassroom building at Wesle- services of the new businesses -
the anniversary caused fur- yan University In Middletown, and to provide trainingand
ther unrest. Conn., after the faculty refused consultation to some of Talks !
Eighty students at predomi- to cancel classes In the new enterprises, in such Money
nantly Negro Florida A&M honor of the day. areas as production and
University in Tallahassee held When Pennsylvania State marketing.
rally calling for naming the University authorities said "There's no doubt that it

they were not empowered to will take money-- and lots of
lola Phi Lambda order the American flag low- It--to cure the problems of
ered to half staff in mourningfor the inner city," said Welsh in .
Sorority Expands Malcolm X, four Negro discussing the philosophy be- .
students broke the locks on two hind RBOC.But If there is one
ObservanceOf flagpols and hauled the national point on which we have come _

Black History and Pennsylvania ban- to agreement in Rochester, It < _
Week ners halfway down. is that money is not enough--

Gamma Alpha Chapter, Iota
Phi Lambda Sorority, Inc.will, I wtliJI
continue the observance of Call

Negro history week: "Creat-
ing a new African Image CHARLESROGERS I1
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through schools, through local : I

community action through national -
recognition through international kA IL1

understanding and IV'f :
through total personal com- AT PL 1-7502
mitment." :
The celebration of Negro FOR A GOOD \

History Week has been on the PIANO, ORGAN, SCOTT 4
list of observances for Iota STEREO OR ORCHESTRA \

Phi Lambda Sorority, Inc. INSTRUMENTS. I f/
since her birth in 1929. This \
event Is celebrated to make
evident of few of the many accomplishments \ >.. z
of black peo-

sorority has planned a
public program to be held at
James E. Scott CommunityRoom
4905 NW 7th Avenue on When the talk turns to money, turn to us. . for complete

Friday,February 28, at 8 p.m.
banking services from
The program is plannedaroundthe Savings and Checking Accounts to

theme some for local this persons observanceand who low-cost Personal Loans. We're proud to be the family

are responsible for or have bank, serving our friends and neighbors in this community.
contributed toward progress
within our community will
participate on the program. Complete Banking Services
Refreshments will be serv- Savings Accounts Checking Accounts Home Mortgage Loans

ed following the program and Auto loans Personal Loans Safe Deposit Bank by Mall
the public Is Invited.SPECIAL e aWE

SALE -t41@
copies of Estee Louder, AMERICA'S LARGEST DISPLAYAt
Shall mar, ,My Sin, Arptgt ,h. rrur..4t .( rlh-touth lpr. .....r
and Tabu. Also I genuine
GI-GI.. $1.10 tach or $10 CORNER N.W. 54th ST. fc N.W. 3rd AVE.
Phone 751-7502 s
dozen. 31 E. 42nd Street, < "
Or 201 Biscayne Blvd. FR 7.0401Broward JAZ.5131 I
rue activity ANYWMIM IN U.S.A.INITUlDIDAU101I.UOlASilVt .

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THE MIAMI TIMES, Friday, February 28, 1969 3

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Names HousingAnd ', Miamians To Visit Philadelphia QIC CenterEight i

Economic Development Dade residents will sands of Dade Countains with make it aware of the value of phia.. Later a contingent from
visit Philadelphia's oppor- uptapped talents and unknown preparation. the Greater Miami Coalitionand
Chairman tunities Industrialization skills who are unemployed or "We felt we must get all Chamber of Commerce
ter (OIC) this weekend, Feb. underemployed.The sectors of the Dade community toured the city of brotherlylove.
Two Dade Negro leaderswere the m a J 0 r problems lnduai %March 2. local program, the Involved in this effort," Wynn .
named to key posts in lad were relating to housing. Among the eight residents brainchild of the United Black said. Earlier this year, four Officials hinted stronglythat
I the United Black Federation The same report, he said, will be: Federation, is attemping to involve members of the OIC Steering a massive fund raising
according to an announcementmade also described, commercialareas Mrs. Altamease Mays, a the total community and Committee visited Philadel campaign would begin soon.,
this week by President as "blighted and obsolete resident of Homestead-Fla.
Garth C. Reeves. ." City. Mr. Walter Greene, a
"It is a matter of particular Coconut Grove resident; Mr.
concern to all of us becauseof Eugene Williams, Chairman,
the non-black ownership of Youth Opportunity Task
business in the Negro commuuity. Force, of UBF and Mrs. Ethel
There is a tremendousn Beckford, a longtime residentand
e e d for black-owned staff member of EOPPs \
businesses. For example, in Opa-locka Neighborhood Cen- t (S
the Model Cities area, out of ter.The 6
more than 2,300 commercial other four residents
business only 180 are owned will be designated later in the 1 ,5
by Negroes," he said. week, said Bill A.Wynne,Jr.,
chairman of Dade OIC Boardof
Reeves said other major
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Directors. b ..
appointments are expectedsoon + 701lP
The ole is a a f
to several newly-created program designated >
Task Force Committees. to train and retrain thou- " I II

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Rev. Kenneth Major WC Founder Gets 2_ $

Rev. Kenneth Major, As-
sociated Priest of the Churchof freedom Award

the Incarnation, was named
chairman of the Housing Task |: one of Freedoms Foundation's
Force; Paul H. Wyche, Jr., highest awards.
Director of Public Affairs for
Dr. Leon H. Sullivan, bril-
The Economic
liant Philadelphia minister, ,
Program, Inc., (EOPI), was
was named recipient of the
selected to be chairman of the
American Exemplar Medalfor
Economic Developmeut.! Task
Force of the Federation. founding the Opportunities Industrialization Old garbage cans with no covers and holes are being condemned and re- :..
Center and inspiring -
Reeves said the appointmentof rl.A "all people to help placed by stores and owners of apartment buildings in Coconut Grove. The ,i
the pair to "these impor- themselves through their own County, Health Department is placing condemned tags on the old cans and "1
tant task forces are vital to work in free enterprise." I
giving the owners three days to replace them. There are some cans with no :j
the mere survival of the black The foundation honored ,
and with that not being used. I
covers some covers are
community. 2,159 individuals,schools,or-
ganizations businesses for Some of the questions that are being asked ere: "Who is responsible for 1,
"These the two
areas of concern are in the Negro major things they wrote, did or saidin keeping covers on the cans?" and "Why are these cans in such bad shape?" I,'

community today, therefore, 1968 that promoted "a bet- The densely overpopulated Negro area is gradually beginning to shapeup
it is most Important that we ter understanding of the with the ,cooperation of increased pick-ups and crackdown enforcement of
American way of life."This is
these have two our best committees people"head 1 I he VALLEY FORGE, Pa.-A the only purpose of the non- violations by various city departments and constant housing education habits i

continued.Rev. young Baptist minister who profit group. on the part of the tenants. Coconut Grove is proving it does care and is doing j:
founded the most successfulJob Also among the honoreeswas something about it. I,
Major is a director of training program in the boxer George Forman of 1 tl
the UBF, while Mr. Wyche country was named to receive Houston, Texas.JOHNSON. \" \:
serves as a vice president of
the organization
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s not connected with any other studio RENTAL

and is still operating at:

.r 1186 NW 38th STREET
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, well aware of the problems in I IN DADE AND BROWARD COUNTIES
these areas and they bring '
special expertise and know- The Very Latest in Men's Fashions ,'A,fleet of' cars and, collectors give door to door service for
how to their committees." SILK MOHAIR SUITS HATS 1 tenants ConvenienceA
The U B F president noted ITALIAN SHOES j
that Inarecentlyreleasedreport community recreation center for teenagers and adults "rent
housing was ranked as 944 NW 2nd AVE. MIAMI, FLORIDA J' Ir..,"fumhh. and. air ccShdltlOll.d for your comfort and enjoyment.

I its uppermost concern. Six of A public relations department to assist you ,with your'problems.
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mIi; : 1 Tenants concern will sropvandalismondrcduce-thecostofhousing.


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4 THE MIAMI TIMES, Friday, February 28, 1969

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To Be Equal


Offie t 6530 NW 15th Ave., Miami, Flo. 33147-PhoneI691.0421 Editor this week will mention some things about one of i by Whitney M. Young Jr.

our distinguished citizens Whitney M. Young who is
H. E. SIGISMUND REEVES, Editor and Publisher i Executive Director National Urban League
GARTH C. REEVES, Managing Editor considered to be this country's most effective advocate of the

STANLEY I. SWEETING, Theatrical Editor Negro cause. Perhaps many of our readers have read all that

appears in the Note Book about this outstanding character. The Changing SouthOnly
National I Advertising Representative' Nevertheless, reading it again will certainly do no harm.
Amalgamated Publisher, I Inc.
310 Madison Avenue. New York, N. Y. 10017 Mr. Young. is the executive director of the National Urban a few years ago, in the town of Sparta, Georgia, the

Member of the Notional Newspaper Publishers Association League. only black people you'd see in the courthouse were there to
2400 S. Michigan Avenue, Chicago, I III.!' 60616 In 1966 he accompanied a group of 25 prominent businessmen pay taxes. The large square in front of the courthouse had

SUBSCRIPTION RATES on a tour of Eastern Europe. Theywere seeking enlight- benches where men sat and talked -- but black people dared

ONE YEAR $5.00 SIX MONTHS $3.00 FOREIGN $6.00 ment about political and economic conditions in the communist sit only on a few benches reserved for "colored."

block. Mr. Young shared that interest, but he also wanted to his mind would dare to
No Negro right try register at
Entered as Second Class Matter, August 9, 1927 at the Pos 1-
Office at Miami, Florida, under the act of March 8, 1876 get to know these executives, whose companies employed hotel. Few dared to register to vote or to run for office. There
400,000, people and did $40 billion worth of business a year. were no black policemen.Just .

A Well Deserved Testimonial' At the outset of the tour, Young announced pleasantly that a typical Southern town with a rigid caste system that

he had dossiers on the Negro employment records of all 25 kept Negroes "in their place."

Florida Memorial College's "Diamond Jubilee Plus Two" companies, and that he was planning to give everybody the All that has changed. A few weeks ago I went to Sparta; reg-

dinner on March 6 at the Deauville Hotel will honor Rev. Ed- treatment. During the 12-day triphe managed to chat privatelywith istered at the hotel; was served by white waiters and bell-

ward T. Graham, chairman of the college Board of Trustees, each of the corporation bosses, urging increased em- hops. I crossed the town square,where whites and blacks were

and this will be done on the latter's 65th birthday. ployment and upgrading of Negroes in American business.The seated Indiscriminately, continued past the Negro policemenand

The dinner will also commemorate his fourteenth year as entered the courthouse. Inside, I met the county commis-
board chairman and his 25 years of service to the community. black power of Whitney Young" by Irvin Ross shouldbe sioners, (two of the three are Negro)and with a predominatelyblack
., a must in your reading. You will find it in the Readers DI- audience of voters and citizens

It is fitting that Rev. Graham be honored on this occasion. gest of 1969. Don't let anyone tell you that the South hasn't changed.It .

Twenty five years ago he was the strong voice in the com- may have a long way to go, and I am aware of many, too
of the executives later described Whitney Young as the
munity which bridged the gap between the black and white. It Many many, incidents of racism and brutality, and even starvation
most advocate of the cause they had ever
was he that had a cross burned on his lawn when the Ku Klux persuasive Negro conditions In some places. But hard as old patterns die, die
met. The upshot over the next or so, was an estimated
Klan had a voice In this town.It year they must, and a new South Is rising.
shift the to 1968.The commanding
new Jobs for Negroes.Now jobs
was he who was Investigated by the John's committee when 50,000 before convention I'm hardly suggesting that Sparta,Hancock County,Georgia,
of a
he refused to divulge the names of members of the NAACP figure Whitney Young appears is a paradise for the black man. It's not. The hard grip of
of the Congress of Racial Equality one of the more militant
when the latter was considered "radical." economic deprivation and prejudce takes its toll. But great
It was he that led the picketing on Burdine's departmentstore civil rights groups. Young endorses "black power, CORE'Sfavorite changes have already taken place, and they are the beginningsof
slogan. He defines it however in a positive fashion,
in order to integrate the lunch counters.Now Burdine'shas still greater changes to come.
denouncing both violence and separatism. What he favors,
named several scholarships after Dr. Graham, and these The new atmosphere in many parts of the South is due to the
Is that of black which emphasizes -
are going to students at Florida Memorial College.And Young says, power civil rights legislation of recent years.Too many people these
pride self-respect participation and control of one'sdestiny
It was he that put his efforts into bringing Florida Me- days tend to belittle the accomplishments of the recent past
and community affairs. Young received a standing
morial College to Miami from St. Augustine where it had a that so many fought for and even died for. But the Civil Rights
ovation amid shouts of "the brother has come home.
lonely existence. Act of 1964, and perhaps most especially, the Voting Rights

It is he that goes out daily in the search for funds to main- Act of 1965, are primarily responsible for the hope for a new

tain this school, which has almost 1000 students on campus PUBLIC HOUSING COMING South.

who are pulling hard to find their place In our economic sys Another factor in bringing change to the region is that small
Director of Metro's Department of Housing and Urban De- band of brave white Southerners who dared to challenge the

tem.Dr.. Edward T. Graham deserves this testimonial, and we velopment report that contracts have been signed for the con- racism of the political demagogues and plantation owners.

know that the whole town will show up and do it up right. struction of a $1.7 million public housing project in Miami's Ralph McGill, one of the most outstanding of these men, died

central Negro district. Construction will begin March 10 on last month, but he left his mark on the South.A .
100 units by Nat Harrison Associates Inc. said Director
newsman for almost 40 years, he challenged the Klan
Why No Negroes On Miami Beach? ,
Haley Sofge. The project Is located at NW 20th Street and the and the
bigots, haters. He befriended the Negro at a time
With the thousands of Negroes who commute to work on Third Avenue. when it was dangerous to do so.He was denounced and threat

Miami Beach everyday, the thought has hit us as to why so ened, but as he himself said, "I never struck my flag"
very few black people live there. Meanwhile Urban Affairs writer for the Herald says: Faster This great, compassionate man courageously fought the

Miami Beach Is supposedly one of the most liberal communities than it is knocking down old slums,Dade County is growing new narrow-mlnde segregation that strangled his beloved South

in the South, and well it should be with its predominatelyJewish buildings that damage the urban environment.The and kept it from the decency and prosperity he wanted for it,

population. There are black people who have lived In As publisher of the Atlanta Constitution, he used the press to
Miami and other parts of Dade County who have worked on problem is not that these buildings are big or tall. The help make Atlanta the South's leader in race relations and in

Miami Beach for years and years but have never considered trouble Is, they are squeezed on plots of ground too small to economic development.

making their home where they work. It would be worth it if accommodate.After the building and the automobiles are And black people are vindicating the faith and trust placedin

only to save on transportation and time getting to and from taken care of a blade of grass faces a real struggle of survival them by men like Ralph McGill. Some white people In Han-

work. cock County, for example, feared black voting. They thought
We admit that it has not been many years since black people that if Negroes dominated their county politically (three-

were welcome to live on the Beach but times have changed. If fourths of the population is black) they would be vindictive

you don't believe the residential face has changed just check ANNIVERSARY CELEBRATIONThe rulers, wreaking vengeance for the years of white terror and

the Cuban population now living there. More than 20% of the oppression.That .

school children on Miami Beach come from Cuban families. Rev. Elisha S. Clarke, Jr., vicar of the Church of the hasn't happened.The black political leadership is seek

And don't think that housing Is that much higher on the Transfiguration, Opa-locka, celebrated his 20th anniversaryon ing to work in harmony with white leaders to get the county

Beach. In many Instances houslig 01 ha Beach 1; cheaperthan February 24, the Feast of St. Matthias. Many clergymenwere back on Its feet economically.And it hasn't happened in Cleve-

in the black community. present and several assisted during the Holy Communion land or Gary or other towns where black men have come to

service. The sermon was delivered by the Rev. RichardL. power. This is proof that black people can exercise power with

The Housing DilemmaHousing Barry, vicar of St. Simon Syrenian, Fort Pierce and St. responsibility and justice for all, and that's the route our

Monica, Stuart. society must take if it is to fulfill its destiny.
Is the biggest hang-up facing the black community Music was enchanting and the whole occasion enjoyable.

today, and not enough is being done to solve the problem that

is the root of most of the frustration facing our people.
Low-rent housing is what we need, but low-rent housing is SCHOOL I INTEGRATION UP PHIL OSSOFER

not low-cost Certain situations that
necessarily housing. confront -
integration in our schools like old man river,keeps moving
those who are honestly seeking solutions to these prob-
along. Statistics complied in October 1968 show of
lems deserve some explanation.Why the county's 232,272 students in public schools that, are now I am an advocate of"equality Alabama, December 3, 1956)),
should a single family four bedroom two bath home for now", and therefore I un- He told his audience of the
and ten schools
more: were Integrated this
people In Liberty City with only feet cost year derstand the impatience of
poor 1,150 square danger of entering this new
bringing a total of 134 out of 214 in Dade the school system.
the government $22,057 when a similar home South Mhmi long-suffering people whose
age with hate and bitterness
Most of the schools Negro and all white are in the
with 1,970 square feet sells for $16,000. The builders will category. elementary rights have been denied. also He warned the people that re-

claim that the Little HUD specifications are much higher, but understand why militants want: taliation with hate and bitter-

$6,057 is a hll of a lot higher for an extra coat of paint anda to "shoot It out" and get it ness would make this new agea
bit of landscaping. The! school's study shows 18 of 19 high schools, 32 of 40 over with. I understand, but I duplication of the old
junior high; and 84 of 155 elementary are now Integrated. do not condone this
Maybe the construction industry should be investigated or method. Certainly we do not want that

else the housing problems of the black community will never In 1959, Dade became the first county in Florida to inte- desired Even if this method brought the to happen. We would befallingin

be solved. grate its schools. That year 25 Negro students attended results I would con- our stewardship on earth.
demn it, font is the old "eye
schools with whites for an eye" concept which belonged Dr. King pointed out our real

Renewal Building Finally StartsThree to an era of nomadic task for the new age. He said,

$5.4 BILLION FOR FLORIDAThe people In the wilderness and "Our world Is geographically
years after black families were uprooted out of their was cancelled by Christ one. Now we are faced with the

homes, and 18 months after the first contract was awarded, Federal government report shows that $5.4 billion In years ago with His "turn 2,000 challenge of making it spiri-
building of housing in the Urban Renewal area has finally cash came to Florida last year enough to finance all phases othercheek" method. the tually one. Through our scien-

started. of state government for five years without taxes says the report Christ's nonviolent method tific genius we have made of

Groundbreaking ceremonies were held Monday afternoonfor That seems to be good news.Here is how some counties eventually defeated the via the world a neighborhood;now

the first private construction project, 47 townhouse apartment fared. Naturally Dade would take the lead; lence of the Roman through out moral and spiri-
units to be operated by non-profit Ecumenical Develop- Empire.
Gandhi's use of the tual genius we must make of it
ment Inc. These units will be built at NW 20th Street and 6th same sys-
Dade,$732,224,890; Brevard,$719,667,772; Pinellas,$446- tem broke the back of Eng- a brotherhood. We are all involved -

Avenue. 423,969; Duval, $423,408,087; Hillsborough. $311,274 053- land' s violent subjugation of in the single process.
construction contract has been for 100 housing ;
signed Broward $258,620,547 Palm Whatever affects directly
; Heath, $211,012 4j3. Leon India. Doctor Martin Luther one
units on six acres north of 20th Street and 3rd Avenue. $119,684,333 Mrw oe affects all We are
; $58,847,997; Lee $50,971.828-- St Lu- King also succeeded with this Indirectly.
These units will be duplexes with from one to five bedrooms cie, $22,389,361; Indian River, $21,652,901; :Martin $i2 : method, and had he lived all links In the great chain of
million to be
This $1.7 promises of the
each. project some 688,623; Collier, $11,182,640.ANOTHER would have led us to humanity."
most beautiful housing ever built here for black people. All complete
equality in time.Christ's It Is quite evident to me that
electricity and telephone lines will be underground. Each unit
will have a terrace If on the first floor and i balcony if on the COLLEGE CLOSES method Is God's the consummation of this new
method, and the violent method age of which Dr. King spoke,
second.It Wiley College in Marshall, Tex., was closed Tue Jay: is the tool of
of Heaven
liter -
satan. the of the
Why must age Kingdom
that Metro's and Urban
is encouraging Housing Develop a week of protests by students demanding better we
ment Department is pushing this type of improved design and removal of President Dr. T. W. Cole faculty and use God's method? Dr. on earth, will come
Sr. He tacked King
a notice explained this in his'speech through nonviolence not mill
construction to replace some of the worst housing ever on an oak tree at the all-Negro college ,
ordering students off "Facing the is in
built for human occupancy. the campus. Challenge tancy: The answer pray-
a New
Age" (Montgomery. ins, not shoot-outs.



THE MIAMI TIMES, Friday, February 28, 1969 5IT'S


,, : .
J. ELLIt '1"
Is believed that a great deal of the anti-Semitic stance on ''
the part of the black people stems from their childhood teach- \. .I:,.III.;:t

ings that the Jews killed Christ, a libel perpetrated and re- ,!!.J, '
peated by Christian leaders, black and white. The inculcation ". 'i. "y .'
of such a dastardly charge becomes an indelible opinion in the ,;-!!\;' .'
child's subconscious mind, even when it reaches maturity, in vIif4Zs ', I ..
spite of the facts showing the falsehood of such a charge. //t:,: :

A few years,ago, the official Catholic Church belatedly cor- ; J "
rected the unjust and false accusation against the Jews, an ; "
act that should have been performed centuries ago. The Jews! ,, / : ::,,:(.I', .. ,!J4" ,

could not, and would not, have killed Jesus for the following i !( "I ::; ;II"' "
reasons. Ih ; ''
(1) Crucifixion was a Roman punishment and not Jewish I; r t J :tl'I '" .I,
(2) The Romans accused Jesus of being the King of the< & ; l ,
Jews and ridiculed him as such. I/, < ll ih', f !! F

(3)) Pontius Pilate was a Roman who was both the governorand (, : .) ,h !) a y
Judge in'the '" 01
case. :\'I ;'J.: ,1. i
(4) Two thieves were crucified simultaneously with Jesus t '' 'ill II ' "
by the Judgment of pontius Pilate. r r1\j I :"'qf',....,' "
(5) It was the Romans who persecuted the Christians and t : ; iI't
threw them to the lions and not the Jews. Many of them were +i
the victims.
(6) The Jews protected their fellow Jews who were follow-

ers of Jesus, against the persecution by the Romans. It wasa ,.. 'ti- ti2- :'
case of the culprit accusing the victim of his own crime., W M .z' o..yw.n.N, 1
The Romans threw the blame 'on the Jews for the crucifixion
,, ,
,, +. + tZM: ,,.dS .e+w t
so that history would not remember them to be the cruclfiers., J
It is for the purpose of removing one cause of antagonism and q ;
hate between Jew and Negro' that I cited the above facts and
hope that It will help to cement a better relationship betweenthe I
two races.
As in the normal life of any group, new leaders must be
ready to take up the work of the departed. In the NAACP,. three "HARVARD UNIVERSITY RECOMMENDED?

able men -- all Jews -- filled the places of Moorfield, Storey LISHMENT OF A DEGREE GRANTING PROGRAM

and Louis Marshall on the National Board of Directors. They AMERICAN NEGRO STUD
were the then Lieutenant-Governor Herbert H. Lehman, Pro- ' .1."
fessor Felix Frankfurter, now Justice of the U. S. Supreme THIS IS AN EVENT THAT SHOULD PROVE TO HAVE ,

Court, and James Marshall, son of Louis Marshall. other FAR REACHING INFLUENCE IN AMERICAN

past and present names connected with the Association have HIGHER EDUCATION
(a) Lillian D. Wald, one of the organizers and member of .
the Board of Directors in the 20's;

(b) Herbert J. Seligman, Director of Publicity from 1921to The Case Of Black StudiesBy Rev. Thedford Johnson To
1931 and one of the founders of the Urban League which attempts 11
to ameliorate conditions among!, Negroes in urban communities CHARLES H. LOEBOn

: the eve of Negro History Week, a period in which, for Head OIC Fund RaisingRev. :

and Arthur Garfield Hays -- all members of the Legal Com- our educational Institutions have mounted superficial obser- I Thedford Johnson N;.' '':j'.r1f ,

mittee of the Association. vances of the black man's role in world history it is timely of St. John's ?, ,/ ...:....,
pastor Baptist
There were other outstanding Jews who aided in the legal that we take a look at the growing demands of black studentson
Church has been selected
and civic defense of the colored people,but who were not affil- the campuses of both state-supported and private collegesfor Ypt
chairman of the upcoming
iated with the NAACP. It was Aaron Levy, a member of the special "black studies."
New York Legislature in 1913, who introduced and succeededin One of the most progressive steps towards translating into fund raising campaign, it was
putting through'the New York Levy Civil Rights Law, guar- university policy what is legitimate among black students' de- announced this week by OIC

anteeing equal accommodations regardless of race, creed, ox- mands, is the action recently taken at three Ivy League schools Steering Committee Chairman
color. The late Judge Joseph B. David of Chicago resigned -- Yale, Harvard and Cornell-to offer degree programs in William A. Wynn, Jr. 1
from the American Bar Association In 1909 because refused Afro-American studies. Rev. Johnson, a longtime

to admit William H. Lewis, then assistant attorneygeneralof Defending its move,the faculty committee at Harvard,one of Miamian, has served on the
the United States and brilliant young Negro lawyer. Chief the nation's most prestigious schools, points out, "We are OIC Steering Committee since
counsel In Alabama Jury in 1931 on charges of rape, was dealing with a special history, culture, and range of prob- the group's formation."We .
Samuel Leibowitz, now Kings County Judge. Chosen by the International lems." felt that Rev. John-
Labor Defense, he gladly gave his services without The success of these academic innovations will have to be son's participation and lead-
charge and.helped in obtaining a reversal of the verdict. JacobH proven under obvious handicaps. Today ,there are very few ership was necessary if this
Schiff, outstanding Jewish philanthropist and communal scholars possessing great familiarity with the b ack' man's was to be a success',' Wynn
leader, held a strong sympathy for the Negro and spoke in defense place In America, and such courses will have to be developed said. "Therefore, he will head

of his rights on various occasions. In the early part of carefully and tediously. That this is so,of course, is dramatic the upcoming OIC fund raising REV. THEDFORD JOHNSON
the Wilson administration, he wrote to the President, pro-. evidence that the black man's role in both American and world campaign in the black com
testing against the segregation of colored employees In the history has been grievously overlooked, not only by white his- munity." operate the Dade OIC program

government departments at Washington.Though he was not a torians and scholars, but by Negro educators as well. "He is a man that Is greatly until a full board is constituted
leader in the movement for equal educational opportunities for respected throughout the soon
Negroes, he gave it his financial and moral support. Whether or not one agrees to all of the confusion of student Negro community, and we feel The SteeringCommitteehas '\
Instances of Jewish recognition of Negro talents are num- demands, and without treating with the charges that the demandfor he will surpass his goal. recently been expanded, Wynnsaid.OntheSteeringCom

erous. Only a few are listed. Joseph Schenck, the motion pic- black studies and I or black student housing is a move towards Knowing him, he will," Wynn I
ture magnate, asked a Negro architect, Paul Williams of Los isolation and separation, let us examine the reasoning continued.Rei. mittee besides Wynn and Rev.
Angeles, to design his residence in California. Gimbel Bro- behind the willingness of some schools to meet this student ,Johnson, are: Jesse McCrary,
Johnson later named
Paul H. Wyche, Jr., GeorgiaL.
thers had the same architect design the Saks Fifth Avenue demand. '
nine members of
four of the Jones, Archie Ayers,GarthC.
Store in Los Angeles. Benny Goodman pioneered and broke the The reasoning is simple. If universities can offer degreesin his' campaign cabinet. They Reeves. T. Wlllard Fair,
custom of segregation putting four Negroes in his nationally the culture of the classical Greeks and other defunct civi- Include Mrs.Elizabeth Curtis,' J. Marvin Smith,Rev Kenneth

celebrated orchestra. Melvin Charlton, a Negro,has been pipe lizations, as well as in Latin-American affairs,.why not the Brownsville; Mrs. Billle Major, Robert ,Slmms, and
organist for over 25 years in a Synagogue in New York. same treatment for blacks? The adoption of such courses is Pitts, Central Miami; Albert' Josefina Harvin.
a reasonable admission by university authorities that blacksare Greene Coconut Grove and
not merely Americans of a different color, but are alsc Mrs. Altamease: Mays,Home.: 'announced that the group would

It is a known fact that In his slow but steady rise from the a group that needs to come to grips intellectually with its his- stead-Florida City area hold a special news conferenceon
and social needs a natural function of a uni-
tory -- supposedly
low level of pre-Civil War enslavement, the Negro has made chairman. Saturday morning,possiblyto
more progress in education than In any other field. He has versity.We Wynn said the OIC Steering announce; the beginning of

given American culture and progress many scientists, educa- are grateful of our friend,Seymour Brief f the American Committee would continue to the fund raising drive.
tors, authors, and a host of other professional men. In this Jewish Committee, for calling to our :attention the Hebrew -

connection, It should be remembered that much of the impetusfor House program recently initiated at Oberlin College,as follow-up programs already established in the United States '
his rapid strides along these lines was derived from the an interesting parallel to the demands being made by Afro- or Israel.
activities benefactions ofJews.:. By far the outstanding student groups, and an example of how this sort of cultural
At the initiative of David Eaton, an Oberlin student, Hebrew
contributor to the educational and general welfare of the black can be developed.
identity program
House was set up on a pattern similar to French House and ,
Julius Rosenwald creator of the Rosenwald Fundin '
people was ,
"Hebrew House" is the name of a group project that pro- German House already eat-i:>> Wished, on campus. Mr. Eaton's
1917 for the betterment of race relations and the futheranceof
education. vides an intensive, total environment plus courses inHebrew father, a professor the University of Pittsburgh,took David
during the Oberlin College Winter Term which provides an with him on a recent trip to Israel in connection with a project

It is said that the men best known to the Negro in the South opportunity for students to,pursue spec interests outsidethe he was commissioned to do for the Israeli government.
are Abraham Lincoln,Booker TWashingtonandJuliusRosen- regular curriculum. It Is modeled after the successful, Young David Joined a Gadna youth' group and learned to speak

wald, or "Cap'n Jule," as he was affectionately called. Rosen Israeli Ulpan method. Two specialists in the teaching of mod- Hebrew fluently. .
Hebrew provide three hours of formal instruction a day, When he enrolled at Oberlin, he tried to pursue his Hebrew'
wald, until his demise In 1932, was perhaps the foremost material ern
benefactor the American Negro has ever known. The, followed by informal practice sessions in the form of dia- studies but couldn't because 'none were given. After talking
with the college administration he was told that U he could get ;
following quotation from the December 1926 issue of The logues, songs.
others interested, perhaps something could be done during the
Crisis, monthly publication of the NAACP,best characterizes live in special Hebrew House where
The participants a Winter term, an Oberlin Innovation in'its first year.
the regard In which he was held and the quality of his devotion meals are prepared on a cooperative basis in the Israeli

to Negro problems. kibbutz style. '

"One of the outstanding developments in the the work Besides formal instruction, guest speakers are invited to'
which one American citizen is doing for Negro education to discuss topics related to the social, economic, political and Miami Times AdsDon't

balance the refusal and neglect of the South in furnishing school religious aspects of Israeli society and the Middle East.: The
.houses for black children. It is doubtful if a parallel case can entire campus is invited to take part in particular events; "

be found ,in modern history, certainly not in the history of a, Cost They ,PayI
so-called great and rich republic. Mr. Rosenwald's Interest A self-evaluation is built into the program and reports will'
I in Negro school houses is a monument to the late Booker T.. be written at the end of the term. Also, students will be provided I
with information concerning summer or' year-abroad!
Washington . I

,I[ I



) r 6 THE MIAMI TIMES, Friday, February 28, 1969 ANNUAL DANSETTEThe

Rich iwf d rx' Rinkeydinks, Inc. are
3 informing their friends that
Ii -t their annual dansette will not
i ei9 tttJOCIJ be held the fourth Sunday in
7 o 3i April as we have had in pre-
BY CLARICE LITTLES vious years, it will be held the
Miami Times Society Editor
third Sunday in April which is
Friday and Saturday havebeenproclaimed"ForgetMeNotDays"
by Miami Mayor Steven P. Clark,when volunteers will
seek contributions to aid the area's disabled veterans. There will be an Annual Tea,sponsored by Bethune ChapterNo. .e e

Travelling to New Orleans for Mardi Gras were Marietta 87, OES, Sunday, March 9, from 4-6 p.m., Second Bap- iillllifUKAIR
tist Church Breezeway, 11111 Pinkston Drive, Richmond
Bullard and ,children, Elaine and Jeffrey i 7"
the same thing Louise and Timothy Hleghts. "
Another doing .
group Franklin and Patricia visited The lawn of the month winners are Mr.and Mrs. C. Zieglerof ;;j, ....y ;, ,\ ,",.
and her two children, :,
commend on the ?-)1\;' ;
her daughter and son-in-law, Marie and George Rolleas well 14831 SW 104th Ave. We would like to you
grooming of your lawn and to encourage you to encourage
as enjoyed the Mardi Gras. ENGAGEMENTMrs.
Here from Chicago, Rosa Edwards Bishop is the houseguest! others on the importance of a nice groomed lawn
of Mrs. Lillian Cooper, 2035 NW 69th Street. Start nowl Get a head start by picking up paper and caringfor Florence Downs, 1450
lawn Is important. So clean now your 51st St. announced the en-
Friends of Sulvia Wallace are happy now that she is home your lawn. Your NW ,
from Mercy Hospital and is much improved.The entire yard and maybe you will win the lawn of the month contest gagement of her daughter San-

Hills (Edward and Lethea) of Winston-Salem, N.C. are dra Juanita Monroe to Kenneith
enjoying their annual trip to Miami.The Hills are the guest ol Ivan Taylor, the son of Mrs. RfUE*
hazel and Nathan Davis. Here from Bluefield, West Virginiaare KILLIAN HIGH FOCUS: Mabel Taylor and the late William -
Dr. and, Mrs. Ernest (Bernice) Martin who are enjoyingthe The Miamf Killian Cougar's Basketball team closed it's Taylor Nassau. The ..e r
sights and sounds of Tropical Florida. regular second with a 18 and 7 record. We wish to commend bride elect Is a 1968 grad-

Do you want to see a face light up with "A Big Smile" . those boys for their fine performances and their time and uate of MiamlJacksonSr.Hlgh

Just ask Juanita Thompson about her son, Vaughn Price. He interest. School, and the bridegroomelect
is a space scientist with TRW in Los Angeles. His wife, Connieis Is an electrician of Nassau -
an Instructor at California State College. The GMAC Tournament will begin Thursday evening at KU- Bahamas.The .
Among those in Miami for the funeral of Eunice Hannibal lian's gym. Thursday's competition will start with Killian wedding Is planned for
facing the Palmetto Panthers. The tournament will continue
Moss were Jennie and Faustina Albury, Brooklyn; MaryCleareMamie June
Sawyer, Rev. John Saunders, Rev. John L.Nixon, Earl throughout Saturday evening. Make sure you are on the scene r.

Johnson, Miriam Johnson, Mizpah Sweeting, Cleo Sweeting, each night.
Alfred Albury Nassau Caroll Tynes Sr, and Caroll Tynes,
; '
Representing Miami Killian in the State Wrestling Competition CLASS OF 59
Jr., Key West. wrestlers of the week. They r
will be the four outstanding
Rosa Dorsett Zeigler of Homestead is recuperating nicety .
are: Bill Burnshide, Jeff Davis, Henry Britt and Dwight Pal- All class members of the
also well.
at home. Her father is doing
more. We wish you luck plus commend you on a job well done. class of '59 MiamiNorthwestern Temple Add
to meet at theNaturallook
Houseguesting with Mrs. William (Nancy) Pate are John and On Tuesday, Feb. 25, the Cougars opened up their track are urged Barber Shop,
Bernice Gaskin of CopiagueLong Island; Joseph and Johnnie season against the Carol City Chiefs. The schedule for the
29 at 8
Reid of Detroit. Daisy Mitchell of Brooklyn spent two weeksin Saturday, Feb. p.m.,
next two weeks is: Friday28 Coral Park, 3.00, Jr. College 4207 NW 17th Avenue I
Miami. South; Tuesday 4 Jackson, 3:00: Jr. College South; Friday
Benjamin and Australia Jenkbs of Boston were among those 7 Miami High Relays, 4:00 Jr. College South. _
attending the North-South Golf Tournament. The Jenkins planto

stay over for the Doral. The Junior Class has completed their magazine drive. We
Congratulations to Kenneth and Iris Walker. They are the wish to commend them for going beyond their set goal. This
parents of twin girls Andrea Bertha, 4 Ibs., 14 oz. Allison drive is sponsored by the Junior class to help with the expenses 0I
Iris, 5 Ibs. 11/2 oz. were born at Doctors Hospital, Feb. 12. of the Jr./Sr. prom.
Get well wishes to Mrs. Sidney Trotman at Cedars; Connie

Dillard had hand surgery at Hialeah; David Dobbs, Sr. is re- We encourage all students and parents attend the produc-
cuperating at home; Hong-Kong has Roberta Cherry beddedat tion of the King and I. This is sponsored by the drama department -
home, Col. Alan Smith, retired, Frow Avenue is at home March 3 is the first night the production will be
after eye surgery. presented. Make sure you see the dramatic Cougars in action.
Alpha Gamma Chapter of Alpha Phi Chi Sorority met Satur-
day at Dot Cooper's home. The group is busy making plans; Dinner guest on Thursday, Feb. 20 of Mr. and Mrs. James
for "Miss Torchette of 1969."This year's project will involve Crawford of 14250 Madison St., were I Dr. and Mrs. EdwardC.

tenth grade girls only. Maziqur'of Washington, D. C.
Maria Reddick and Alvin Miller wre mar-lad S.t.m1ay: in
The Church of the Kingdom Holiness,Opa-locka.The bride, F. C. Martin Elementary School PTA will hold its regular
daughter of Rev. and Mrs. Lawrence Reddick;Opa-Iocka. monthly meeting Monday,March 3,at 8 the cafetorium.

bridegroom, son of Mr. Theodore Z. Miller and the late Mar-
jorie Lowe Miller, Opa-locka. A wedding breakfast followedthe
ceremony. A reception was held in the evening at the homeof GALLENT LADIES .
Mr. Theodore Miller M tt :
Maymo Williams entertained the Links at a luncheon at the SOCIAL CLUB
Palmetto Country Club. Dora Patterson won the door prize. The Gallant Ladies Social STYLED BY 5- 1 rc"

The prize was a momento Mayme acquired when she visited Civic Club, organized recently ,

Russia. and elected the following STOP
;Plan to attend lxora's Girl Scout Thinking Day celebration officers: Lavenia Betty Arm Whistle .
"" "
that's slated for March 8, at Allapattah Junior High.. strong, president; Verna I ( y"'
If you are in the vicinity of the Roosevelt Office of the First Sims, vice president; OzoraR.

Federal Savings and Loan Association.. .stop and look at the Shell, secretary; Rosetta
lovely window display from the Carve Branch, YMCA. Baker, financial secretary; :t ,q,
Sgt. Daniel W. Mulliens Chapter No. 39 of the Disabled Victoria Frazier, treasurer; S i
American Veterans Auxiliary will hate a "Night of Games," Louise Williams business
on March 15, at 2490 NW 152nd Street. You are invited. manager; Ather Francis
The Rjsselle Ewings (Bree Blacknell) are home from Ger- chairman of social committee.

many. They are visiting her parents Rev. and Mrs. J. B. Other members are; Carrie 1.
(Ruth) Blacknell before being based in Virginia. On Sunday Burnshide, Annie Mae Brice,
morning, Ruth Yvette and Russelle Jr. were christened in Bonnie Terry and Julia Ann PJr
The nuda look begins
their great-grandmother's home, Mrs. Mena Jackson. God ENGAGED Crossby.The .
parents are Kate Dean, Edna DeVeaux, Mary and Ellis Wash- group is composed of with an airy breeze VlKS
ing on and Al Jackson. 13 lucky ladies interested In of fabric, gently 4
The Big Sisters' Organization are asking 'for volunteers Mrs. Thelma Adderley, civic betterment. They meet
from our community. A volunteer orientation meeting will be West Hollywood announced the every second and fourth Sun- ( splashed with wispy

held at the Probation Service Building on 10th Avenue and 27 engagement of her daughter, day from 6 to 8 p.m.This group ', white designs. The

Street March 3,8 p.m. You may contact Ruth Weddon at Youth Sylvia Irene to Mr. Kedal is replete with talent and will see.thru shirt,
Hall Cottage for further information. Sands of Nassau, son of Mrs. share with other social and S C"r
Northwest section residents are peeved because the Post Maude Sweeting, Nassau, at a civic groups. The memberslive collared with wingtips

Office won't deliver special delivery mail in our section after dinner party on Sunday. The in the Miami and Opa- t, tucks into
6 p.m. They blame the recent robberies.Get scene of the party was the locka areas. .
well wishes to Dr. Clarence "Hogan at Christian home of Charles and Marie Our next meeting will be I see thru slacks that ;,

Hospital. E. Rubinoff Jones is recuperating at home after a Adderley, 5394 SW 21st St., held on March 9, at the home shape and flare.
week in Christian.A West Hollywood. The weddingIs of Mrs. Annie Mae Brice, 927 A bitsy bikini
planned for June 28. NW 65th St., Miami.
blocks the bare

Teachers' Prayer allusion, and the

Shepherds, who disenable sheep of self-di Britt's Beauty -1 set sells for $22. "s
rection(As compared with wise and tenderly-
concerned guidance) Surely sin; just as surely Walk Sizes 3 up.
injure their flock As though they had set J Big Sale
wolves upon it -- 9203 NW AVE.

'Tis sin, to,leave no place for,ancient instincts 691-9837 Now In
We Specialize In Wig Cart
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Nor, for quest of appetite, nor whimsey path Persulan Rtlaxtrs EVENINGS 'TIL 9
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consequential ,of guidance J
Lest they, my settle for I.*., settle
,Shame, by ineptness, both :Thee ,and me,.-- for the but In halrwtoving (ONLY ON MON,
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THf: MIAMI TIMES, Friday, February 28, 1969 7

Secretaries Plan

Legal Education Seminar

Miami Legal Secretaries In addition to subjects coverer'

Association is proud to an- in the above schedule, addi-

nounce its tenth annual Legal tional useful material will be

Education Seminar. With the distributed.Mail .

STANLEY"SWEETS" SWEETING cooperation of members of your registrationcheck
the bench and Dade County for $5 to: Mrs. Helen

LINE-O-TYPE Bar Association we have arranged LaKatos, Suite 415 City Na-

a program which we tional Bank Building Miami
THE LITTLE RED BOOK: The Venezuelanairlines'attemptat '
hope you will enjoy. Fla. 33130. For additional information dti x J Q
halting skyjackings. by having .passengers frisked by pretty w'
The seminar will meet 6:30 call LaKatos t
girls before boarding Is at least a try, but
5 to 8:40 p.m.each Monday night at 358-0018, or Mrs. Gerri
the plan won't solve the dilemma. What if a
in March on the fourth floor of Heavner at 885-1475,or even-
male passenger'packed a small Derringet -
the Dade County Courthouse.The ings 822..6188.
y p e pistol in the center a? his Jockey I
shorts? How would the pretty searcher know program is as follows:

the 'gat' is hidden there? This couldbea bit Monday March adoptions A NIGHT OF ONE ACTS '
and domestic relations
embarrasing I I 1 Atlas Lodge and Antlers ,
Thomas Duff the The pleasurable of friends and
B. ; jury system company many
Temple of Elks apparently missed out on the
'credits' list. Their beautiful new "Home"on a film presentation. The Southwest Miami High relatives was enjoyed at the wedding and receptionof

the corner of Seventh Avenue at 50th(acclaimed Monday, March 10,duties of School Drama Department, Vivian Bryant to Mr. Harold A. Bennett on Jan.
under the direction of Mr.
by veteran fraternal bie-w s as the legal secretary, Joseph Gas- 12. The bride is the daughter of Mr. and Mrs. John
sen crimiui1' oun D" record James H, Ames, is pleased to ;
snazziest In the business) should, to our way of thinking, at procedures; Judge Edward S. announce that it will present"A L. Glass and the groom is the son of Mr. and Mrs.
least have credited the two fraternal orgsresponsible for the
layout) by posting their names on the: !blazing marquee. Klein. Night of One Acts"on Feb Henry Bennett. The groom is now stationed at Ft. \\
27 and 28 at 8 in
Monday March 17 patentsand ruary p.m.
the schoolauditorium.Admls- Bragg, North Carolina in the U. S. Army.
NOTES ON A NAPKIN: Ellis and Irene Williams sponsoreda John C.
sion will be
$1.00 for adults
ball. It all last in their Bunche Malloy; preparation of a brief,
happened Sunday evening
Sam Daniels. and 75$ for students. PHI DELTA KAPPA NEWSThe I
Park Ji1oo. Irene, the charming hostess she ispreparedfor
The excellent one-act
and fed over a dozen intimates whom she had corraledfor Monday March 24,garnish- plays members of Phi Delta Troop 77, Lieutenant Smith
ments Weintraub will be presented,the first being -
the "all-out" party. And those of us who were invited Sally ; Juvenile Kappa Sorority would like to Rev. Samuel Gay, Mr.Clifford
"The Slave with Two
and domestic relations
really 'turned ,it on.' With a menu of barbecued ribs, baked extend thanks to their friends Matthews, Mrs.Carrie Arnold
ham, potato salad, sweet-potato pie, mints, mixed nuts and court, Judge Donald E. Stone. Faces. Davies, an allegory by MaryC. who attended the program at and Mrs. Pauline Cooper.

mixed drinks (of the Fontainebleau variety) decorating the Monday March 31, circuit Miami Northwestern Sr. high Also Northwestern's crea-
The second play "The
heavily-laden festal board, the guests went into action and court procedures, Judge school recognizing the Negro's tive dance group,instructed by
Sandbox, written by Edward
Francis Knuck
never relented., Those attending included Ruth Wright,Cleoria X. ; sources Albee dealing with the reac- heritage.For Mrs Agnes Lowery Mr.Lin-
Webb Charles Made MJMer' Clarence and information notary public ton Berrien
Price Peggy Allapattah Jr.
tions Phi Delta
court etc. MLSA of various type of peopleto many years
Herbert James Ellis and Irene Williams the Little reporter school brass ensemble
,Manley, has been observing high
members. Presentation of attendance a situation.The Kappa Sorority -
Woman and their reporter. certificates.: third play Is"The Brick Negro History Week directed by Mr.Herbert

At the final session and the Rose", written by and we will continue to do this, Rhodes, Mr. Balwin Hepburnand
SALT WATER TAFFY: Mrs.Delia Carey's grandson Fred cer- Miami Jackson Sr. high
tificates will be awarded to Lewis John Carline This play for we realize that every eth-
McCaskill down from DeeCea for 4 days The former Miamianleft deal nic celebrates its heritage school chorus conducted by
those who have attended with the problems suchas group -
town last Sunday following an entertainment blast by his a Mr, Roscoe Speed Thanks to
Our heritage is indeed a
minimum of 80%of the course.ENGAGEMENT drug experimentation, with
family headed towards San Juan P. R, while enroute back to and America would thecommittee who worked
which the youth of today is fac- proud one I
Nixonville . That hit-and-run auto smashup on upper 27th ed. not have been America without long hours In preparation for 'J
A ve last Tuesday self-extracted several molars from the beautiful her the program. ,
,Reservations may be made Negro people.
kisser of tall and tantalizing Rose Bradshaw, two from Achievement awards were It
by calling>the school: 2740181any
her hubby Willie, with bumps and bruises inflicted upon the weekday between 8:30 a.m. Thanks to all participantswho presented to outstanding indi-

face of their 3-year-old daughter Melanie. Mrs. Dorothy Bryant, of and 3:00 p.m. appeared on the program; viduals and groups by Soror

1891 NW 68th St., announcethe Mrs. Dana Chap man Boy Scout Myrtle Bullard

THE WEEK'S WASH: Widower Alonzo Kelly's accidentalfall engagement of her daughter -..
in his homo ir: weak .IjuVaJ hi;11 for a :rth Miami Gloria Elizabeth to Mr. '

Orthopaedic hosp confinement. . Dr Clarence E. Hogan has Danny Lundy, son of Mr.Fred
been ordered by medics to smoking--but NOW and defi- Lundy of Thomasvllle Ga. (

t nitely. A pneumonia attack pete" ashe admirably called An April wedding has been
, I is recovering from his Christian Memorial and mendIng planned. "

plenty fast . Burglers ransacked the home of Larry and INVENTORY

Queenie Hall last Sunday ayem while the couple was attending 't

church. Loss: 2 television sets; 3 broken hearts.

STUFF AND SUCH: Former Miamian Dr Roy Boggs of New

Orleans has accepted a position at the University of Pittsburgh
In the Department Anastheslaology. ... Herman Blackshear

accomodating "lay-away" at Northside Hartley's . Mrs.
Woodrow Parks lighting up Woolworth's five and dime with her

charm while escorting her handsome grandson Tyrone Williams TELEVISIOJ

In and out of the notion-filled aisles . Claude and

Pearl Harris fetched Pearl's dad Jack Jackson home from RACKS OF

that Sarasota hospital to recuperate here in their Opa-locka ,

wigwam. ; ;t DRESSESMarked fl 88 / f'J" k '

SCRATCH MY BACK: Mrs. Geneva Trotman bedded at Ce- $88

dars of Lebanon . Excelsior Press' Edward E. Davis has 4

been discharged from Jackson Memorial t o his home to recover i' i ;' Down From j \

. Mable Stirrup, bedded at home, shared with her :

hubby Alfred their 9th anniversary Feb 22 .. Shifting In 2nd .. Our Reg. Stock
Gear: Joe Williams from Classroom Teacher at Floral Heights MOST

elementary to Visiting Teacher . Arthur (Tug) Coverson SIZES

from Visiting Teacher to Assistant Principal of Curriculumand -. At ONE

Guidance at Miami Central senior high . Earl Carroll
Insurance Agency transferred assets to Brown Realty and Insurance Low Price :


SWEETS' TREATS: The Oscar (Jean Carroll) Morleyshe'sthe EARPHONE "\ ...........RAYON.........-...JERSEYS.............................. I
cop) skyrocketing to better living. Moved their suds and $5.00 \

duds from former home at 774 NW 44th St to a swanky tepeeon ,:' '1' 4 t Special From Leading
NW 14th Ave at 98th Terr.County commissioner Earl Car- t r '

roll (Mrs. Morley's bro) to move into his sister's former DOWNCall \ 'f, NEW YORK & MIAMI MANUFACTURERS

abode. . Add February Birthdays: Mildred Kelly-MeKenney --, rHundreds Of
21st. . The Thomas Plttmans Sr have reshuffled from 71st (

Ter to NW 93rd Terr at 14th Ave . Car thieves relieved
Jimmie Reeves of his 2-door,Hydromatlc hardtop. 7515629NO DRESSESSUITS i ':

CONFIDENTIALLY YOURS: Recommended for sore eyes: CREDIT ) 86
Jackson Memorial Employment Office clerk typist We City REQUIREDALSO Ir
Johnson -- better than Murine for those weak orbs . Q
officials held Ground Breaking ceremonies Monday at NW 20th 0

St and 5th Pi for construction of first unit of Urban Renewal Values To $19.99 '

housing. Seen at the scene: Commissioner M. Athalie Range, :

Dr. I. P. Davis, Rev Edward T. Graham, Rev Thedford John- FURNITURE HURRY IN FOR BEST SELECTION NONE HIGHER

son, Chas Lockhart...Aretha Franklin at the Fontainebleau's APPLIANCES .!.........!..................................................................!....
La Ronda Room . Aaron Williams and Freddie at the Hilton I
Plaza . Maurice Fontane on the Hammond at the Satellite STEREOSW.T. SALE STARTS FRI DAY AT 9:30: AM

. Bobby Edwards' band in the Parisian Room at the

Double Deck Bar . That's It brother from your one-man- ;
newspaper who knows everybody and everybody's racket, but WELLS MAYS DRESSESAT
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8 THE MIAMI TIMES, Friday, February 28, 1969 ._. ...........""

,: "'

About .
Round '

Talk ;iL.y


TALK OF THE TOWN . Sammy Davis Jr. (The Negro-
Jew) heading for Tel Aviv to give two charity concerts for the t'
Gov't of Israel. . Sidney Poitier's birthday in Feb . Tony
Bennett and Count Basie follows Leslie Uggams Into the NY

Copa . Ex-newspaper columnist Billy Rowe" is chair-
man of Human Rights Commission in Weschester County NY Talent In Coconut GroveA
. Assemblyman Hulan Jack, former Manhattan Borough t
president, urging life in prison for muggers . Exfootballstar'Roosevelt talent show was held on George Washington Carver y
Crier's weekly pay, up in the five figures now, February 22, at the Twin Junior High, The Tempties.
due 't 0 his tearful story (publicity) as witness in the Sirhan Theatre in Dadeland, spon- Members are, Willie Stokel-
Sirhan "murder trial." The former Giants and Rams defen- sored by W 0 met 0 Enter- Ing, Willie Lewis,Rufus Love, NOW A WORD FROM HIS WIFE Marshall -
sive tackle, now a guitar playing singer, was an eye witness, prises. Steve Knowles and Tyrone the news from his wife when he
when Sirhan killed Senator Robert F. Kennedy last year . The group responsible for Elliot. They sand, "Cloud Kory gets arrives -
Adam Clayton Powell (NY Congressman) considering a fight getting the groups ready with Nine." home from his job as a draftsman for Ampex

for the NY Mayorship. .,I predict that Jack (Murf the Surf) such short notice consist of, Corporation, Sunnyvale, California. Mrs. Maudelle
Murphy and Jack Griffith will beat their murder charge. (Fort Bob Ashcraft, Mrs. Yvonne -Fly? show has been going winner on Kary reports on the day's happenings over KGO-TV
and the
for four weeks
Lauderdale) "no eye witnesses," to the killing of pretty Turner, Miss Lora McDade, from each week will competein San Francisco, where she Is staff reporter, andone
Terry Frank, of Ohio and Annelie Mohnn of Mass., whose two all members of George Wash-
the finals. The weekly win- of the few black women newscasters in the
bodies were found in Whiskey Creek(Hollywood, Fla), Dec. ington Carver Junior High country.
8, 1967 . Merlin Curry, the black freshman student at the faculty Others were, George ners received trophies.We .
University of Miami, blowing a four year scholarship over Smith, community organizerand thank Mrs. Betty Ward, A Happening In Miami I
involvement with a white girl, doesn't make sense at all." Mrs. Esther Armbristerboth who made all this possible.She -
MERLIN CURRY CASE-AN EXPENSIVE LESSON TO members of the Coconut invited the groups for the One of the most exciting show was that the costumes
BLACKS . Negroes didn't always attend the University of Grove, EOPI show. Mrs. Ward, is In charge things to happen in Miami this were designed and made by
Miami. I remember when Negroes weren't even allowed to walk The winners of the talent of Volunteer Services at ParkWay year was the Afro-oriented Ne rvey Dickey, a talented
across that campus ground. When the federal gov't forced show was a singing group from Children's Home. fashion show last Friday nightat young woman who's reaUygoing -
these all(former) white schools to integrate, this brought on the Everglades Hotel,spon- places in the fashion world.
great resentment among the die-hard white selfish groups. sored by the Neon-to Social
Naturally the blacks are being watched by these white groups, Students Exhibit Paintings Club in conjunction with the Everyone enjoyed the fabu-
hoping to build a bad black image, for evil reasons. Merlin North-South Golf Tournament.This lous gala,evening and was inspired -
Curry didn't do anything bad. is the At to see the positive stepsMiami's
Today, sex a thing amonj: FMC fashion show presented -
younger geuarilio\; the young white female. The model- Black people are
new sex pills and all the birth controls have given the young Students of Florida Me- first semester studies in art a most professional making for cultural identity.We .
white girls a great confidence. Knowing that they won't get morial College will exhibit at the college under the super- ing performance by
pregnant, those girls are trying to solve their sexual curiosity their initial efforts inpainting vision of Jules Bacot,instructor. beautiful black women. "Black are is proud because"
the Beautiful.
Another unique aspect
about the black man. "What makes the black man click," Sunday at the college NW 158thSt. .
"why is a black man off limits to a white woman and a black and LeJeune Rd The show-
woman isn't off limits to a white man" or "is it true that the ings will be for a week and Mr. Bacot is a graduate of
black man is a better sex companion?" So the white woman the theme will be around the the University of Georgia SHpW1N0\\
chases the black man until he catches her and gives her what search for black identity, where he received a Bache- NOW
she wanted for so long, (pure bed sex) then she hollers loud. "Who Am I?" lor of Fine Arts degree in SCREENED AT
Alongcomesthis selfish group that will try to destroy a young Paintings will include ab- 1951. He has taught in the
college man that was only trying to have a good time. His only stractions; all in acryllic. Duval County school systemand 7:00: & 10:20
guilt Is being black. Still life and drawings will has been with Florida Me-
also be exhibited.The morial College for the past
works are part of the four years. I
:k y Does
this look like l lI

tiest teacher, Kirklyn Smith a"foxxything",Eula Bones, cute I I
M pnili teen-Brownsville beauty, "most popular girl" at Miami Jack- a movie that could
son High School. . I drove over to Spring Valley NW to visit
$ .6 Y A i iPt Mr. and Mrs. Collis Carswell, Tuesday gone. (She's the for-
mer N'irceae Clark) Collis was operated on at Spring Valley give bad dreams? :
General Hospital last Tuesday . This is Scoop Bethel say- you .1I
ing, time and tide wait for no man. C-U-NX-WK. I 7:00 & 10:20: I

Collis -- Nucene Carswell- Kirklyn Smith- Eula Bones i rI1T1iIIst

ROUND ABOUT TALK . Ronald Gibson(Evelyn King'sson
) on Lenox Ave., NY, sportin' em up, Friday gone. .
Cleo Blake moving around NY in the money circle. Cleo is DRIVE-IN THEATRE
married to the former Jacolyn Brice. She's Al Brice, the
"ice man's daughter . Nathlie Sands (Simon Sands' wife)
died'Feb. 18, in Delray Beach Florida. . Emma Jean Rolle STE.VI:
and Rose Mary Bethel(Carol City)made a fast trip to Atlanta,
Ga., last week to attend "the World Sabbath (SDA) School CC2UIIN I
Conference" . Everybody talking about the big surprise 1
birthday party given in honor of Olive Torpley, Feb. 18, by
a trti rai7un i onMUiA
his mAher' Mrs. Pauline Torpley and wife Albertha at their u AS"IULLITT
home, 3395 NW 213th Ter. . Fort Lauderdale school pret-


The won! j j'C Color by Deluxe,

isn'twritten()p. I Doris Day and Brian Keith

all over I I "With Six You Get Effrf


somethingmore T KING K OS FIGHT TO THE DEATH!'


I pi'771 ing I Ia Ii II
\ '\ is. I

,-, ...."..
Brady Lee Jones, often referred toas"therlght arm of the I
I housekeeping department" at downtown Miami's Victoria Hos-
pital, is the unanimous choice of hospital officials for the in- I
stitution's February Employe Merit Award and cash bonus. I
Jones, 28, an employe at the hospital since he came to MI-
ami eight years ago from his native Alabama,is supply porter -
and was presented the Certificate of Award and bonus in
recognition of his prolonged "contributions and services,"

., according to Administrator C. T, McCrimmon. Nursing Di- i I
rector Vega Perkins makes the presentation above.A .
bachelor, "Brady,". as he Is known to members of the
staff and patients alike, resides at 151 NW 7th Street. His
mother, Mrs. Louise Lee, a Coconut Grove resident, livingat I
3858 Day Avenue.
His duties Include the constant checking of supplies throughout -
the hospital, and replenishing items as they are needed.He ..f.txaNlny I
distributes all items received by the Purchasing Depart
ment, and in addition has trained a staff of five other port-, COLON! MATURE ADUIT ,,, I I
,ers for quick and efficient action in cases of emergency. a+ r .

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Miami Elks k f
i n ,(

AppointsCommittees ((

0 I .I

The Daughter Elks No. 769

in their renewal and revised j

program has appointed sev-
All eral major committees. Dt.
4v 1 BY DAVE BONDU Ruler Screen stated in her

',. opening remarks that she
recognized the and influence
The news media Is full of power
hippies teens and youngsters who ,
of the and r3 l
press proceeded
get into all kinds of trouble and who
are using dope, protesting to appoint Dt. Rosalyn
rioting, and everything that is detrimental but we
Hicks and Dt. Olive Jones as
very rarely hear about theyoungsters who
are trying so hard chairman and co-chairman of
to be good citizens, helpful neighbors and "somebody." What and Other
press publicity.
most of us do not seem to realize is that for every teenagerwho ,
committees were Dt. Hester
gets into trouble, thete are thousands who do not. But, Rivers Dt.Wilhelmenla
we do not give these youngsters credit and
any publicity or
Engram and Dt. Evelyn Carter :
any consideration when it comes to showing the world that
Dt. Lula Mae of
they are here. I witnessed this
recently the Dade County Mistress of social session and
Youth Advisory Board awarded some 35 youngsters Certificates -
Dt. Gertrude Crowder as co-
of Appreciation" during one of the regular County Com- chairman. Other committeesare
missioner meetings. This happens once a month, every J
welfare finance and
month, but did know it?Of many ,"
you course not! Only the parents and others to be appointed later. I
their close friends know about it. The
TV cameras are con- After to
listening Lt.Deputy "
spiciously absent when the Commissioners hand out these
Grand Exalted Ruler Lewis \ ,
certificates for "kindnesses scholarship thoughtfulness of Duty and daughters votedin
others" and many other fine traits. An organization in North _
large numbers to affiliate 7.t''S. al S
Miami has two students month that
are honored for scholastic -
with the Brothers of Atlas
achievement. The Times carries the Negro winners but
Lodge #308. State president
the TV and other newspapers are either blind or disinterested
Brother W. 0. Perry accompanied -
in what the "good guys" are of
doing . regardless what Brother Duty and
race they are.Occasionally.
stressed many Important
a list of names are carried in a story but
points after which they were
where are the pictures? Where the
are TV cameras? They
escorted out of the room by
always seem to be"Johnny on the spot"when there is trouble.
Dt. Reese and Dt. Addie
Bad news travels fast but like molasses
good news runs in
Screen to the tune of "Auld
January. How can we expect our children to try to achieve Lang Syne.."
when there is no recognition of these accomplishments? We
New applications and rein-
must encourage them to be better citizens.. and in turn en- statements continue to come v
courage others to be better citizens because they also want
in, and very soon the temple / 'yA
to be honored. Let's get behind our kids.Let us give the news
will reach its numerical and
as it is. . good andbad. Let us not only report that some-
financial goal. All membersand
one's son was arrested for selling LSD or pot, but report on friends are requested to
those teens and youngsters who are striving to do good. There
purchase a dinner on Friday
are really millions more good kids than bad, but do not wait
Feb. 21, pigeon peas and rice,
until they happen to be thereto save a life before we give them
collard greens and cornbread MIAMI EDITOR MAKES POINT TO FAMU EDITORS ;
some credit and publicity. Our country is not lost for lack of
a coming generation, we have our men and women of tomor- will be served and sold at the Howard Kleinberg (left), managing editor of the Miami News, reviews a I

row with us today. These are the ones to be encouraged. home 1312 NW of Dt.GertrudeCrowder 68th Street or tele- recent issue of THE FAMUAN, student newspaper at Florida A&M University,

phone order to Dt. Maria with James Harris and Stanley Hart. Harris of Fort Lauderdale is editor of

PRETTY GIRL OF THE WEEK: Ellen Johnson White your 696-4748 and it will be THE FAMUAN, while Hart is from Palmetto and is editor of the RATTLER,

PRETTY BOY OF THE WEEK: Edward J. King delivered promptly.Call earlyto University yearbook. Kleinberg was on the FAMU campus to recruit 'students \
VIP OF THE WEEK: Ted Nichols (Assistant City Manager) '
avoid the rush. for the Miami News.
MOTHER OF THE WEEK: Minnie Cole summer employment as reporters at __ _----=-- \I
QUICK NOTE DEPARTMENT: Mr. A.,Randal Tigett is the l
ne w C. O. in Model Cities. He has a background in organization '

of people in community action. We welcome Mr. Tigett Why Not Have
and wish him much success .Aretha Franklin opens at the

Fontainbleau tonight (Friday) . A 21 year old young lady
told me "I know too much to be ignorant and not enough to be

wise." I wish I had said that . The North-South Golf

Tournament fashion show was a gas. It was held at the Ever-

glades Hotel and more than 1000 people attended. . Blanche
Galloway Donald Wheeler Jones and company are to be con-

gratulated on their AFRAM House Products. We also wish .

them much success . We know that we have four pros of
color playing at Doral this week in the big $250,000 Open. / Delivered to Your Home

Charlie Sifford and Lee Elder were already slotted and Cliff

Brown and George Johnson from Atlanta made qualifying \ w

scores Tuesday. Good luck fellows. \ BY MAIL
Par & Birdie Club tightening up their trip to Port St. Lucie \ S 3

for annual tourney. . Many of the local golfers off to Tampa *r4A tI t

for the week-end play at Rogers Park. . There have been

some very deep stories on TV lately. A lot of them with a \ e:4": EVER FRIDAY
message on the "Night at the movies" hours. . Bill, Ollle

and Dwight Williams are entertaining Ollle's aunt and uncle a \ 7
from New Jersey. . They are happy to be in Miami for this MORNING
weather because a lot of the golfers were snowed in down

here. One fellow had to go into New York and get a train backto

Boston. Isn't it great tobe in Miami? No matter how cold it

gets here, it Is always colder everywhere else. . Have you
seen National Industrial Bank since it had its face and body h IL

lifted? (That is the old Lincoln National).It Is beautiful inside Less than 10
and out, and hey have added drive-in teller windows to really

make banking easy. . Look for Jacque Christian's fashion per copy

show in March. It promises to be a real show. . That is it

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10 THE MIAMI TIMES, Friday, February"28, 1969 .
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HappeningBy : I After going over the many Maybe what I have suggested

", ,1 letters I received from stu- is not consistent with the
i dents at Edison I found one thatI Miami Times' format for

Garth C. Reeves, Jr. r felt needed immediate at- high school columns. Maybe

-.. -,.". . ,- .... '( tention. you and/or the paper don't
want to start any unrest at

AT THE PARTY SCENE: Dear Chris, Edison. Maybe you Just never
The Rhoers Club, sponsored by the Sigma Gamma Rho Sor- I am a student of MiamiEdison thought about it or just don't

ority, threw an out-of-sight Afro-American shindig Saturday Senior Hig School, as you want to put that much time in

night that waved a mellow weekend for young Miami swingers. well know. It is wonderful to your article. Or may be you

Teenagers turned out to "Primary C", where the dance was see that Edison is being represented and/or the paper are down

held, sporting dashikis by males in attendance, and the females in The Miami Times right scared. I don't know why

were wearing afros that wouldn't wait. It was a bad and I am beholding to the editor you aren't printing more on

get-together and we anxiously await the Rhoers to come again. I for giving Edison chance the Edison story, but I know

Pretty Linda Wimbley, Miami Central senior, entertained' to be heard. that you aren't printing all that

friends at her 93rd Street home on last Saturday night. The t.1.w.; Even though we now are able can be printed.

theme was Hawaiian and the decore and atmosphere, stunning. I to voice our opinion, I am

Males were cladded in Hawaiian designed shirts and our I gravely dissatisfied with your Your friend,

lady friends in printed pants suits.It > ., article. In your article you do Derek T, Davis
was an out-of-sightsetandweallappreciate Linda's hospitality 1 nothing but list happenings and

. events and people that in some Dear Derek,

AROUND TOWN ; ,-(, way show black achievement.And I am glad to see that stu-
It's no surprise to see Norvel Bethel wheeling Mom's brand : when you do tell of black dents are willing and open

new 1969 Malibu Mrs. Bethel decided on red body and white : <,'1 achievement you speak of onlya minded enough to voice their
vinyl top with white interior. .I "; J minority of the black students
:* :,. opinions publicly. Yet I must
Our first lady of soul has definitely hit the big time. If I ; : at Edison. say that your letter was true-

there was any previous doubt it has been romoved by her Blacks in an integratedschool ly not expected. It is very true

present booking at theFontainebleau's LaRonde Room.Aretha .. are faced with grave that my column has merely

is tearing it down, two times a night, every night a week. Sod Stitu 01/ tie Meek problems and create many reported happenings, and
Congratulations are in order to Nathaniel Monroe, Mays problems also. The adminis- events at Edison dealing directly -
High school student, who is chairman of the Student VolunteerS
tration is confronted with the with black achievement
The dark eyes above that seem to follow you around ,
e r v ice Committee. This is a program coordinating Dade
serious and delicate problemof but the of
the room, belong to Shirley Simmons a student at Mi- purpose my articleis
County high school students' efforts for community service. ami-Dade. Shirley is the daughter of Mr. and Mrs. not only educating its pupils Just that. I was asked to
Ben West, Eloise Taylor, Willie Sims and EmanuelSapp on
Robert Ward of 1705 NW 44th Street. She enjoys I but also sustaining racial write an article of this type,
front page of Sunday's local section, commenting intelligentlyand
sports, sewing, attending social activities and boys. harmony. Blacks and not to create a controversial
effectively (we hope).
I whites undergo psychological, column. I have often given
ON THE TURN TABLE! social, and traditional reforms thought to the things you

David Ruffin, church bred, soul fed, son of a Baptist Minister I mentioned in your letter, but

and a school teacher, reached out for stardom at the age Many events that take placeat feel it is not my duty to cor-

of 14, and now, 14 years later has it firmly in his grasp. ::::>-1 1 't Edison, however, never rect any that I personally don't
Critics have acclaimed the tall (six foot-two) master enter- seem to reach the printing agree with through this

tainer as one of the most exciting singers of this era. The press of the Miami Times.The column.

praise, however, falls far short of its mark David Ruff, now Jackson best place in my opinion, for After talking to responsible

in the prime of his career, is far more. these events is in your article. adults and the editor of the

David's unique vocal flexibility allows him I . It is your duty to present to Miami Times I now have the
to glide effortlessly from the ballards to Jottings the average brother on the power to write anything con-

blues, from the psychedelic to the avant- streets the Inside story on in- cerning Edison in my article.

garde. He communicates soul.It By ARNETTA WlLtIAMS tegration. Nowhere else, save I do hope you will enjoy keeping
was Inevitable that David would some in the privacy of one's own up with "Raider Report"and
day become a star single act. It was his per home find
can Intimate
..<:: you more when you or anyone else
sonal choice that he delayed his single debut relation between human
wishes to voice an opinion you
a testament to his unselfishness. JACKSONITE
being than you will find in a may write at will.
Armed with an abundance of talent and his JAMES SHEFTALL: James is presently the president of school. People can work together -

father's blessings, David left his home in Interact Service Club, a member of ICC, and Is section-lead. without knowing of Most sincerely

Meridian, Mississippi, at the age of 14 to er of the bass horn section in the marching band. A student much of one another, but when Chris ,
seek his fortune. here for three years, his motto is "It's better to light one learn
you together learn
you Raider of the day wasa
His first singing gig was with a religious group called the candle than to curse the darkness." He likes the type of girl about the other. named
sophomore Roger
Dixie Nightingales. He graduated from the Nightingales to another who is "sexy, fine, foxy and has everything going for her. It is your duty to relate some York who held a sixteen point

spiritual aggregation called the Soulsters and refinedhis Above anything else though, she has to be honest." of the true advantages and disadvantages lead over Miami High duringa
ruralized soul with southern-tinted urbanized soul of Congratulations to Tony Crappand Darryl Walker who received of
integration. recent basketball :TIP. This
Memphis.It a five year scholarship from the University of Miami ga
black man should be enlighted was York's first time with the
was somewhere beHvesn Memphis and Detroit that David for undergraduate study in the field of Engineering. Both Jun about "his white brother." for-
entered the realm of greatness and from this periphery, climbed iors, Tony and Darryl will start college next year being unableto Your article should be dedi- Varsity squad the Junior( was Varsity
into the winner's circle continue their senior at on
with the aid of Motown President, year Jackson.
cated to
clearing up interracial and he himselfas
Berry Gordy, ,Jr. He also credits Motown arranger and con Donnie Williams and Roy Griffin were the only boys from prejudices. Squad proved
ductor, Maurice King with having taught him music. Jackson tobe seated in District 4 tournament held at Miami And a very valuable player.
one more for
purpose Keep the York and
For four-and-a-half years, David was one of the principal Beach Auditorium. Donnie placed second in the 165 pound your articles should be to tell sink up for the scoring

leaders of the Temptations. He left an indelible mark; on this weight class and Roy placed third in the 175 pound class. the brothers how silly someof Next one week's press.article will

quintet which was acclaimed as the world's best male vocal These boys will go to Stranahan, for the State meet of Feb- the things they do
really spill the beans on a new organi-
during reign. 28.
group ruary .
are. Sometimes in
an attempt zation
Immediately after leaving the David did what Our "General Soul is at Edison.
Temps, everyr Survey" questioning as to whether to show the white
one knew he would. His first single, "My Whole World End- 'Jacksonites,. would rather be distinquished as "Black, Negroor brother will make man up, a Seniors of the Week are:
a perfect Miss
,ed" (The Moment You Left Me)becamo a best seller. His first Colored?" fool Debra Adderly, Modern
of himself. I know
album, "Doing His Thing," soon to be released is sure to be Althea Tate Black, because black is beautiful and I'm Just know what I for you Color Day Committee
mean I have
Students and Ingraham
another best seller. that. Not brag, Just fact. George

Success, however, has never spoiled David and his hori- Lamar Marks: Black, because thats what I am. Negro and often heard with you the voice action dissatisfaction of Junior Optimist Service Club,

zons are llm't less. colored are the names given to me. I'd rather be called what of our brothers. many Concert Chorus, and Spanish

Already, David is cultivating his voice for acting roles in I naturally am. Honor.

tele/ision and movies. It is no secret that the singing star Ralph McBride Black, because Negro is a form of the word

gains much of his inspiration from his actor idol Richard black, so why call us Negro when you cam simplify it and call Tanganyikans/ Have Successful

Burton. us what we are. Black is more acceptable than Negro or Colo;r. I

David Ruffin has arrived. . and dig him you must. ed. "We're Black and we're proud." Fashion Show

rye come across a poem written by sixteen year old student The Pigs are prejudice The Tanganyikans Youth If you are interested in join-
everyone certainly knows
in Miami Northwestern's Junior class rd like to share it Club held a very successful ing the Tanganyikans please
So Blacks had to be aware of their fiendish
foe. ,
with you. show Saturday after call the Opa-lockx\ tfi;, ,1'
They worked by and
day ran by
noon at the : .vIn:
"THE PIGS" by Willard Marshall Until they overcame their serious plight. Opa-locka EOPI iMljM; ,3i1 1.
They came to America seeking wealth, Neighborhood Center. About bership is open to teenagers
Who did
they run The
Pigs The
But they told others it was only for health. Savage Pigsl! 50 guests attended. from 12 through 17, and new
They spread their colonies far and wide. After the war when all was still. Club members modeled members are warmly wel-

And pushed Innocent Indians to the otherside. Along came Abe whom made the quick dealYou're dresses and slacks provided comed. ._
Who are they? The "Pigs" free, your free his loud voice cast, through Mrs. Lawrence ofLory's "
But the pigs didn't like it and made sure it wouldn't last Fashion BUNCHE PARK PTA
The Greedy Pigs I Shops, 6112
The "Pigs" the evil Pigs I There will be regular PTA
They won independence, to set them free, NW 7th Avenue.Refreshments.
But the Innocent Indians they had to flee So they scorned, terrorized and took way our right consisting of meeting Monday, March 3, at

From the mountain tops and down to hell But still the brothers would not give up the fight. cake and punch, were suppliedby 8 p.m. in the cafetorium of
of their land We shall overcome is still our song. the club.Everyone. Bunche Park Elementary
The price own they could not sell .
Who ran them "The Pigs" For freedom will come and if won't take long. enjoyed the affairso School. All parents are urgedto will
The Pigs, the cruel,Pigs! much please attend. There
The Com nding Pigsl! they were asked to
The North had its factory the South had its farm, The pigs are still present in or modern societies. have another show soon. The be a teacher parent session_ ,

And they both enjoyed its excellent charms. And they come in all sizes and different varieties'For small admission enabled the be sure to (get in your child's also

But the South wanted slaves, the North Black Is beautiful we certainly know club to earn a profit,which will class section. There will

rejected and said behave, And we don't need pigs to tell us so. be used for field trips,dances, be nomination of officers. of
The Pigs, the devilish Pigs] or other members Willie Cason, president
So they both fought desperately to their dying graves. any project the Lambert,
-The-Pigs,"The Disputing Pigs! Until later, do your own thing. decide ,upon. is PTA principal.and Sylvia S.


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*4 j Mystery Surrounds Slaying Of

2 :
Lakeland WomanBARTOW
b ? Pr H L.,

A 38-year-old of clothesline that was still had noticed a car parked beside

Lakeland Negro was chargedwith tied around her neck. Providence Road.
first degree murder here Brannen said Mrs.Williamswas Taylor radioed the office for
rrr n Monday night in connection dressed only in a flimsy an identification on the car.
with the strangulation slayingof nightgown that had been pulled When he was told the car be-

the wife of the president of over her head. Her body was longed to Mrs. Williams, the
the Lakeland chapter of the wedged between the front and deputy searched the car and

t. NAACP. rear seat of her car, the found the woman's body.

Charged and held for arraignment sheriff said:
Tuesday was Sidney The medical examiner's
Junior Wilson of Lakeland. initial report did not indicate
Dwight F. Thompson, nephewof j
.. s4 Polk County Sheriff Monroe whether Mrs. Williams had Mrs.VerneilStranhan, 1540 (
Brannen said Mrs. Williams been sexually molested,Bran- NW Second Ave., Miami, has \
a r < 4 had been strangled with a piece nen o said. completed basic training at
Brannen said Mrs.Williams
Lackland AFB, Tex. He has
wt had been dead for several
Woman Killed been assigned to Keesler AFB,
hours before her body was dis-
Miss., for training as a per-
4 covered about dawn Sunday by
1t$" Deputy Ed Taylor, who was on sonnel specialist.Airman
4r4 4 By Thompson is a 1968 graduateof
? routine patrol in the area and
; BlastA Miami Jackson High School.

< :..1.1...... ASK FOR US ................
> :w ..' woman was mistakenly
I""iR shotgunned to death Sunday in

the aftermath of a violent "

> backyard quarrel. !
) Parilee McClary, 32, 7647
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q '4 ) .' 'aiI'' NW,14th Place,died in the rear

\K ,,,: ',' '". '' of 6722 NW Sixth Ave, when <"I
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>,Ji, /. < s she took the major portion of a I
shotgun blast intended for her :.

. .'.AJli/I/lIPi"" husband, Jesse, 33. :
".' "" , The 'man is in good condition
at Jackson Memorial Hospital -
SAIGON Delivering comfort items and checking written contest form, after being hit in the : JOHNSON COAKLEY

American Red Cross Hospital Field Director: Lucille Caldwell, 111 Caldwell shoulder by birdshot. His wife We We will art be proud more salesmen than glad at to Kennedy"serve and Cohen. ;

St., Chapel Hill, N. C. talks with PFC Lewis J. Lowe, 2321 West 153rd St., was hit in the head. you.
California the Third Field where Held in county jail on a COLOR TV s AIR CONDITIONERS
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rently assigned to hospitals and hospital ships in Southeast Asia. Sixth Avenue. WASHERS DRYERS

Metro detectives said the

McClarys were visiting WE, HAVE THE

4 Youths Get 20 Years friends Fulton got Sunday into when an argument.Jesse and LOWEST PRICES PHONE: 's

I Fulton waited at the scene I 379-5643
for police to arrive and told IN FLORIDA : ;

For Armed RobberyThe detectives be fired in self-
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four surviving' members Judge Turner Imposed the Jerome Holland, 18, pleaded -
ofaBrowardKwlkCheckrobbery maximum penalty for the guilty to the charge Mondayand

gang were found guilty charge on: Raymond Eugene was also sentenced to 20,, SDN'N' !
last Tuesdaybefore Criminal Adams, 20; Clarence Alvin years on Wednesday. WAtLt'S
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Jack of '
Judge Turner assault Wooten; and Howard Perry The five held up the store " ".

with intent to commit murder, Johnson, 22. A Jury of four Broward County and then ( : '. ; ::' '. "i

and three of them were senten- women and two men had found were chased over the county (5D.; :.t'' '8" '.' ;' ,);, % /

ced to 20 years each in prison. them guilty. line by an armed manager of : . .. ., .f " ' ,: ' ,
the supermarket whofinally ,
shot out the tire of the getaway :SupermarketSUNN i Restaurant
Puerto Ricans ChargedIn ( : .
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gang, Richard Adams, wa s : ' I
SlayingTwo killed last fall when a fellow .2.2'NW; 9Q:1: :: ((9t?; 'i2!

Puerto Rican lowed out of the bar for about inmate in the Dade County Jail '
brothers young have been charged 100 yards to a vacant lot,beaten strangled him during a fight ..... .lt'" .".i,' '''d''E''hIv: '..;

with first degree murder in and robbed. over a cell bunk. \ ,lJJ;rs 8. ;''Ji: .'. + :...., l0 Li.prJStf: / ;';:, ?\ !:\ ,itl: ;(. : ,, '
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Lesson Learned At Central High '.

It happened in January at a place called Central High as all was as though black spokesmen were addressing people from to the principal of Miami.- Central High, that:
of Miami focused attention on the unfolding confusion,distor- another world. Black parents were not there to speak for their (1) A coalition of black and white families be formulated
I tion and anger that closed Central High, while whites and children. One, it Is an economic problem, as at 1 p.m. black immediately to work hand-in-hand with the administrators of
"closed" their minds to the real issues. parents are working, and two, black parents have no hope in Miami Central, pertaining to and concerning themselves with,
.Now it's late_ February. The school is open.Black and white a system controlled by whites that has never, neither in thepast those problems that are related directly and indirectly with
kids change classes together. But they know or present yielded to their concerns to their demands. the integrational process. The Urban League is willing to
and we know that they are Just as"se rate" White students saw the system working for them as the institution supply a full time, person to work with this group.
as before. tce of education yielded to the white publics demands in this
School integration is the law of the land. situation. What were the demands of the black students? They The current crisis at Miami-Central High School, however I
However, man has failed to legislate atti- r asked for a black history course,a black cosmetology teacher, unpleasant, can serve as a learning experience for this com-
tudes or rational behavior. That is why a black counselor, Physical education instruction and assistant munity and can provide the basic elements for planning and 4
"Central High Crisis" is likely to happen (, principal with authority. Their demands are certainly mod- implementing effective changes In our educational system.In .
again. The place, the names, the triggering est and worthy of every attempt being made to fulfill them. our haste and desire to desegregate, many things were over-
incident will be different, but the issues will i It's a month after Central,and a decade after official deseg looked that now demand correction. I, is not enough for us to
be the same.In regation. The statistical progress is dismal. 39 out of 214 simply react to the current situation at Central,we must build
1966, T. Wlllard Fair, Executive DI- : County schools are desegregated on official standards. The in the necessary machinery to minimize the re-occurance of }'
rector of Urban League of Greater Miami T. W. FAIR percentage of black administrators is far below the percen- similar problems. Thus, the Urban League further,recommends -
wrote an article stating specific steps that black parents and tage of black students, as in North Central District, where that; \
students recommended as positive methods of planning for only 45% of secondary enrollment is white and 38 of 49 ad- ((2)) A special Task Force be commissioned immediately to
successful desegregation of Dade County Schools. The power ministrators and supervisors are white. examine the total plans for school desegregation in Dade
structure did not heed these recommendations. Since then, Where to begin> to effect the desperately needed changes?We County -- past, present, future; that ths task force include
we have seen several school situations flare into racial crises. think the ideas as related to Urban League staff members by school board members, professional educators, parents, and
The Urban League is now saying that it is still not too late black parents and students and presented to the Board of Pub- students; that the task force make specific recommendationsto
to plan for relevant school integration.We lic Instruction on February 5,by T.Willard Fair are the most the board of education of faciliatlng the entire process of
will look at the issues in terms of Central High -- since significant recommendations evolving from the Central High school desegregation; that this task force work closely with
Central High is "now" and Urban League staff members were issue. That is why we publish that statement at this time. Lis- the University of Miami school desegregation center andUrban
in close contact with students, parents and school officials ten Dade County, to a voice of reason. Studies Center; (3)) That the policies governing the assign-
from the closing of Central to the reopening. You have done to our children,what you would pot have done mot of administrative personnel be carefully,re-examined,
On February 3rd a meeting was held at Central to deter- to your own; you have phased out our senior high schools; you and Include an emphasisoninter-grouprelationstrainingand/
mine the reason for the up-rising that resulted in the closingof have disbursed our faculty throughout the system; placingthe or experience; that furthermore, a specific required training
school and the suspension of 25 black students. Prejudicesof best black teachers In white schools; we have placed our program be developed in inter-group relations for all school
white teachers were a ma lOr targett for the pent-up resent black children in an all-white environment where they have no personnel, with special emphasis and immediate Implemen-
ment of their black students. Complaints ranged from; using one to relate to; and we have operated on the myth that all tation at the secondary school level. The Urban League
verbal Insults punk, nigger,hoodlum,to harassment of black white teachers could really teach black children without any believes strongly that this will assist in developing a curri-
students for talking while white students are allowed to talk, added preparation.The culum geared to bring about understanding, awareness, and
threatening suspension for such reasons asnot wearing socks, demands by the central students are demands that are appreciation of differences between white and blacks.
to homo-sexual advances by a teacher, to singling out the going to continue to be made if the mood of the black com-
blacks in a class to stay one hour after school for being. five munity is more than a passing whim. And I call upon, you, to ((4)) That advisory committees, of parents, teachers and
students be established and at all
minutes late to class and other similar treatment. search your souls for a re-examination of the desegregation required desegregated
What has been done so far regarding these complaints? One process in Dade County's school system.I schools; furthermore, such committees should meet on a regu-
lar basis for discussion and of
in-depth analyzation problemsand
teacher has been transferred, a black teacher. ask you to ask yourselves, what does it really take to be
issues revalent to that school.
Some problems were minor, as the issue of the pin-ball an assistant principal l. According to the state qualifications,
machines that ,were used by black students. White parents, all it takes is a rank two certificate and a masters in administration (5)) That there be no separate meetings on school premisesof
demanded their removal. Yet at a beer and wine place closeto and supervision. The other added criteria maybe Justified blacks and whites during crises or conflicts;that meetings
school, white students shoot pool. What would you prefer but are not needed. And in your search to find those should reflect presentation of all concerned in the particular
your child doing, playing a pin-ball: machine or shooting poolin black administrators, that the black students are asking for, issue.
a beer and wine Joint? it would seem to me that if you would adhere to those basic ((6) That there be an immediate review of textbooks used in
These are Just samples of the differences that existed at qualifications, your search would be a limited one. the schools,particularly in the areas history,social studies,
Central prior to the cafeteria. incident that led to the unjust If you do not want more Centrals, If you do not want more anthropology; that books be purchased that accurately reflect
suspension of black students. Unjust, because it would be almost things that you know are morally right. We have forced inte- the contributions of Afro-AmericansaDdotber minority
Impossible to Identify with any degree of accuracy the gration upon black children without preparing them emotionallyfor groups, in America's history.
25 students who were part of that mass disordered cafeteria the new, experience; we have forced black children and
situation. And unjust because these 25 students suspended were white children together, without preparing them to understand (7)) That a policy be established regarding the use of policemen -
alleged as part of the 50 to 75 peaceful demonstrators in the each other. on school groups during student conflicts; that further-
lobby that morning. Why not the entire group of 50 to 75 stu- We have refused to dismiss our own Incompetent, irrational more, the use of policemen be limited to plain-clothesmen;
dents suspended? Unjust, because one student suspended was and often times irresponsible Instructors,both white and black. in disturbances, school should not be closed, except as a last
in Jacksonville, one student was working in the Campus Shoppe The educational process was complicated enough prior to Integration resort; initiators of disturbances should properly identified
cooking at that time. ; for prior to that meaningful phenomenon, educa- and ealt with immediately, either by suspension or other measures -
The entire system of suspensions needs to be reexamined. tion had one goal, that goal was to educate thirty children, .
As does the methods of bringing about the changes themselves. with different degrees of Intelligence and potential in the same (8) That school board members avail themselves to neighborhood -
Look at the public hearings held resolve the Central High classroom at the same time. meetings, and where possible should decentralize the
issue. White parents were there to make demands, to demon- Now we are saying, in the same complicated process we are school board meetings into various ethnic, neighborhoods.
strate their concern for the safety of their children. No attemptwas adding different cultures, different mores,different folklores.We These recommendations we submit to you, for your ana
made to understand the real issues at Central High. tt recommend to the school board, as we have recommendedEARL'S lyzation and hopefully for your immediate implementation.

Congress Gets NAACP Program
To Aid' Poor

79th SI And. 22nd Ave WASHINGTON.- The con- is located in Columbia, S.C., ator George S. McGovern(D.,
ditions of poverty which crip- arranged tours of poverty S.D.):
ple so many South Carolinians areas In the state for Senator "(1) Putting South Carolina
are so extreme that it "is a Ernest F. Hollins (D., S.C.) high on the priority list for
NOW OPEN source of amazement" that introducing him to severity immediate:Federal action, to
they have not led to "violent of the hunger problem in that provide minimum health,welfare -

eruptions, breaking, lootingand state. and housing assistance.
'. ,kk plundering," the Rev. I. Despite the wretched conditions "(2)) Expansion of the U.S.
DeQulncey Newman, NAACP these people "have not Office of Economic Opportunity -
4 field director for South Carolina succumbed to hopelessness and and the U. S. Departmentof
said in testimony prepared despair," he said in his'prepared Agriculture to provide direct -
for presentation to the statement.The financial assistance to the
Senate Select Committee on South Carolina NAACP needy until such times as Fed
Nutrition and Human Needs spokesman submitted the following eral and state welfare programs -
here Thursday, Feb. 20. recommendations to can meet. the needs of
Mr. Newman, whose office the committee headed by Sen- the hungry.
"(3) investigation of
racially discriminatory practices
CA URBAN LEAGUE COMMUNITY OFFICES: and conductofthestate's

L. E. !:. P. 1112 NW 62nd St. ... 758.5551 department of welfare workers -
9v 6207 NW 27th Avenue 693-4302 "(4) Inclusion of black com
munity leaders In the planning,
OPERATION EQUALITY programming and administration -
3378 Douglas Read 448-6268 of all public assistance
2338 All Baba Avenue 685.0342 programs.
536 S. W. 12th Avenue 358-2226 "((5) Adequate funding of
MARTHA ANN PITTS ROZZIE FRANKLIN 6740 NW 15th" Avenue 691.3811 housing programs that would
meet the minimum needs and
Come See Us For That Well COMMUNITY 1001 NW LEADERSHIP 3rd Av.nue3775264 DEVELOPMENT put a decent home within the
reach of the poor.
Groomed LookGET CITIZENS CORPS "(6) Development of a pro-
6207 NW 27th Avenue 693-4302 gram' to communicate to the

tance welfare programs designed -
4638 NW 27th Avenue 633.2573
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1a I MaintainingEmployment Peak d

Rb Dade County's job market
situation is withstanding the
expected post Christmas lay
offs and seasonal cutbacks in

construction jobs, Harry L.
Tyson, Metropolitan Area
Supervisor Florida State Employment -
service announced

today. Nonfarm employment ;
reached an estimated 464,400in

Aa 4d January, 1969.This, in fact,
A ,33 represented an increase of 100
since the revised December ." .r .
< t
1968 figure of 464,300. Em- : :
ployment reduction, which occurred ." ;
in the manufacturing, ; k." SP
CONTRIBUTES TO FAMU a" '\ 5 ; 1' ;"
contract construction and '. '"M", 'J f1: ,
William R. Gifford (second from left), secretary of the Price Waterhouse trade divisions, was offset by :, '''!If\j

Foundation of New York City, presents a check of $3,000 to Dr. Lucy Rose. an Increase in transportation, , }: 'Jif

Adams, chairman of the department of business at Florida A&M University. utilities communication and and government.public : ,," ,:

Looking on is Dr. Sybil Mobley, professor of business and Dr. Leedell Ney- Construction, employment dip-

land, dean of the College of Arts and Sciences. The money will be used to ped as building activity felt its eftqaqemef. MDwced

the of accounting at FAMU. normal seasonal slump.
strengthen teaching
including Mr. and Mrs. Alton A. lege in Atlanta, Georgia.Thegroomtobe .
Total unemployment, -
Reeves are proud to announcethe

I Teaching Of Accounting Stressed At FAMU mated at refugees 17,500,in was January esti- engagement Patricia Dianne of their to daughter Mr.- ently teaching for the is pres-Dade

1969 and comprised 3.1 per- County Board of Education at
Nathaniel Moore of Orlando,
TAL LA HAS SEEThe most difficult exams,accord- government. One of our stu- cent of the estimated work Florida. Santa Clara Elementary
Florida AiM University department ing to the Florida State Boardof dents received a starting force to total of 566,800. The bride-to-be will be a School here In Miami.A .

of business is im- Accountancy.Their records salary of $10,500 and we expect June graduate of SpelmanCol- July wedding is planned.
porting funds from private industry indicate that 75 to 80 per cent these starting salaries to I I
beaming with pride at of the applicants fail the test increase in the future.FOUNDERS .
the recent accomplishments of the first time, and Dr. Mobley
one of its professors and exporting passed in her first attempt. DAY AT
qualified students des- "We are very proud of Dr. Fortran Computer 'R I11
tined to make it in the worldof Mobley," says Dr. Lucy Rose
business. Adams, department chairman, TALLAHASSEE.Alumni Programming At FAMU / I III
Within a span of three "and we are sure her accom- and friends will return to
months, the department has plishment will inspire our accounting Florida A&M University TALLAHASSEE.- Florida dents who can use the scien- 1 1 '
received four grants from pri- majors to also tackle March 7-8 for the annual A&M University has been de- tific programming language
vate industry totaling $8,500to the CPA test and hopefully it Founders'DayObservance.TheFounders' signated as one of Florida'stwo known as Fortran.
be used to strengthen the will encourage other students Convocation will beheld state universities offer-
teaching of accounting, one of who have not decided on a ma- in Lee Hall Auditorium ing the first interinstitutionaluse Funding from the Board of jft. ftacas
the fastest growing areas in jor to consider accounting." Friday, March 7, at 10 a.m. of a TV credit course in Regents has enabled the seriesto
the department. There are approximately 20 The speaker will be Dr.Cleve- Computer Programmingknown be produced and to be shared little as
Contributions have been received accounting majors in the department land L. Dennard, president of as Fortran. throughout the State uni- '" "
from Price Waterhouse of business now. the Washington, D. C. Tech- versity system. *2M;
Foundation, $3,000; General This is an increase over last nical Institute. According to the announce- Nationwide interest has
Electric Foundation, $2,500; year and Dr. Adams feels that Harold Moore, Ashley Rec- ment from the office of aca- been expressed in this TV month.
Union Carbide, $lOOOand Ly- there will be an even larger ords baritone, recording artist demic affairs of the Florida course such that Columbia
brand, Ross Brothers and increase next year.'f is to be a feature of the Boar of 'Regents, the course Broadcasting System has con-
Montgomery, $2,000. Next quarter, the business weekend activities.A luncheonand will be offered through the tracted to offer the series via
Another boost to the busi- department faculty will spon- the pilgrimage to the FAMU Office of Continuing their newly developed Elec- Money available for
ness department was the recent sor an accounting seminar for graves of the founders rest- Education beginning Wednes- tronic Video Recording Sys- first and second
passing of the Certified senior accounting majors. Ing in Tallahassee are sched- day, March 27, and will con- tem. mortgage loans on
Public Accountant examina- They will discuss opportunities uled for Saturday. tinue for 11 weeks in room CBS or frame houses.
tions by Dr.Sybil Mobley,pro- in the accounting field Dr. Dennard graduated from 209, Unit A",School of Tech- The fee for this two credit Absolutely any kind no unless chargeof we
fessor of business. Dr. Mob- and prepare the studentsfor FAMU in 1948. He receivedhis nology.A course will be$24.A computer make the loan to you.
time-sharing service will be
ley ma y now be the only Ne- the CPA test. master's degree from Call: FR 3.3304
gro in the state to be a CPA. Dr. Adams said that "our Colorado University and his series of half-hour video used for students' practice in

Dr. Mobley took the exam accounting graduates have received Ed.D. from the University of tapes have been made,together their programming.The 11I11IlJETROPOLITAN
with 554 other.aspiring C PA's an average of$9,000as Tennessee. He is a native of with appropriate work-book qualified public and stu-
and was one of the 15 indivi- starting salary if they go into Sebring, Fla. Moore is a 1958 type textual, materials, to introduce dents may enroll in the course.
duals who passed the test.The private business and $7,200 if graduate of FAMU and is a native the basics of Com- For further information call MORTGAGE COMPANY
CPA test is one of the nation's they decide to work for the of Pensacola. puter programing to all stu- 904 222-8030, Ext. 240.


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Cash Cap promotion. Mrs. Bellamy recently purchased. a 16 oz. Coke at Shir-
ley's Market, located at 5500 NW 17th Avenue and .
found that she had won w \ ..
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Mr. Phil deTournillon, plant manager of the Coca-Cola Bottling Co. of &' '
Miami presents Mrs. Bellamy with her prize, as Fleetwood Price; as special ,, 4 1

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American federation Of Teachers :' % ,

Seek Solution To Racial Problems + .j.

The executive committee of Dade County Board of Public mented as soon as possible; :
Local 1875, American Fed- Instruction of various school and be it further : A
eration of Teachers, AFL- incidents has contributed to a Resolved that the discussion : i .
CIO, will recommend to the growing racial confrontation of the need for a More Effective I 2 .y
membership a program of direct throughout the county; and Schools program include .
action toward seeking I
an evaluation by teacher
solutions of the schools' ra- Whereas, the hiring of police union 4
members of
the inci- :
cial problems.The to patrol school halls is
dents which have occurred this
following resolu- an admission of defeat in :
school year at Miami Edison, t PITH
tion was presented$Jo the local meeting the real needs of students Central, Palmetto, and South : ANY GAS, FILLUPSittCar
and teachers and
membership at a meet ; Dade high schools, and Homestead I
ing Monday night; Whereas,while school author- Junior High school and I
ities and the community ;
Whereas, thehandlingbytheCarver grope be it further I
for solutions, conditions con- ( (OUR REGULAR WASH PRICE is ONLY $1.00
tinue to worsen in the instruc- Resolved that this requestbe AND THAT'S STILL THE BIGGEST BARGAIN
tional program; therefore be made as part of the sched- IN TOWN.)
YMCAParticipates it uled presentation at the meeting -
of the Board of Public Instruction -
In American Resolved that Federation Local 1875 of, Wednesday, Feb.26. Here's the first REALLY EFFICIENT

BrotherhoodConcert Teachers, AFL-CIO, requesta The More Effective Schools
meeting with the Board Of>Ii i projrim will include a "20/ fully automatic car wash
Of Public Instruction and the sup 20 plan"; a limit of 20 stu-
erintendent to discuss imple- dents per teacher per class Conveyor operated.
The YMHAThe mention of ,a more effective period, and a limit of 20 class You remain in car throughout entire cleaning operation.
Carver Branch YMCA schools program to be imple- periods per week. t Combination of high pressure spray washing chemicals,
participated in the I Community series of brushes contact and agitate every part of car
-wide BrotherhoodConcert (top, sides, front, back) to provide maximum cleaning

of the YMHA on Saturday,Feb. action.
Drying blasts of warm air clear away water to leave your
15.The car shining and spotless . .
direction art of exhibit Walter, under Mitchelland the 1969 WAREHOUSE SALE]

oil Vincent Smith, displayed THOUSANDS OF SHEETS OF WALL PANELING!
paintings, sculptures and new\ff
The dance group, under the I
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PJOHN SERVICES Q Linds1eyLu.mber

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The Members of the Senior Citizens and Home ManagementClubs

won numerous prizes for their exhibits at the "Dade
County Fair and Exposition" which was held in Florida City
18 ... ... .... .. ... Get a solid door
February through February 23. : : > ::r. :::x: ::: ::
persons winning places with "Arts and Needlecraft" were: \, that can lock
1st. place(hat). Mrs.Lizzie Melton,placehat and bag), .. you
Mrs. Edith Howard who also won an Honorable Mention fort !jiiiijig:!! ! . :;: :"".
(pillow cases) and Mrs. Susan McPhee won 3rd Place for ,

(aprons). Ii r J
: Skillfully carved panels are the beauty
Persons winning prizes with Vegetables were: 2nd place L
(tomatoes), Mrs. Matilda Christian and 3rd place Mrs.Loure- 'm accent . AND no one can break the
tha Dantzler for (lima beans). r!:i1il[:[[::: 1 { glass and reach inside I Solid doors are

persons winning prizes with Arts and Crafts were: 2nd .h the SAFE doors.iw .
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place (lamp), Mr. Jessie Hankerson and 3rd place (Jewelrybox !

), Mrs, Lizzie Melton. The EL DORADO Door

PROTESTANT SOCIAL WELFARE SERVICES: t:;ijj11 t, r.\ 3-Ft. x E n., 8-ln. O REG.

We are cooperating with the Protestant Social Welfare Ser :.:::).1 i:':'::: 3-CARVED PANELS 9'5
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vice, in Homestead, in a unique project which we believe will :! lt:
interest you. You can be directly involved in supplying school

clothing to children who are very poorly dressed, and who ,
occasionally are absent fron school, because suitable clothingis ,jT3 4/.11 PROTECTION FOR YOURs

not available. You can participate in several ways; By HOME /W/ PROWLERS
donating dress lengths yard goods, by donating 'usuable" /JJJl
lengths of remnant material suitable for little dresses,blousesor IJf

underwear, by donating patters, threads, trim and other !11ilrgE lVa./.nVED 3
sewing acessories, by donating cash or checks for purchasingyard ; 11sus SAFETY-LOCK .

goods (payable to P.S.W.S. Work Bus), by donating new .. ,.
clothing, and by donating time "Know How" to participatein ' .i.., ,..., ::: ,
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The finished articles will be delivered to the families by the ,DOOR VIEWER .
workers of the J.F.K. Neighborhood Ceater. fJrIf No. 420 "YALE"NIGHT G't.! ,

Please refer any questions' to Mrs.. Smith or Mrs. Reavesat ' SJH <
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Medicine, like dynamite, can be powerfully good or bad -- FREE OF EXTRA COST!
depending on how you use it. Today's prescriptions are mira- a
Slate with white trim. Has"pres- T
cles of modern science. ,Many diseases that were formerly grey
finish. Double ribbed, u
disabling or fatal have become minor illnesses due to these surecoat overlapping .
miracle drugs. wall and roof panels. :

Yet, we should remember that a prescription is for one :.\::
patient, one purpose, and one period of illness. To obtain its .i .
maximum benefit from a'drug,take it exactly as directed only 6-FT. WIDE'BY ;.'1\\ .. '. f fFT
for as long as it is prescribed by your physician. Avoid the 5- HIGH, WITH .; \ j :;
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PLATED NO..s65.'J11 .
Being sympathetic is being human,but you should never offerto
share your,medicine With another person,even if he seemsto .
have identical symptoms.He may have a different Illness or: \,
he may be allergic to the drug.A prescription is for a person,
not for a disease.

What about the drugs you can buy without a prescription?'
Remember that when you treat yourself you assume the role
of a physician; diagnosing Illness and prescribing treatment Linds1eLttmir
for it. Many self-appointed "doctors" have been seriouslyor
fatally injured by self-prescribed medicines.The most dan-
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r Zetas Highlight Miss Paul La Pieire Celebrates ''0, 'I'H.J.lI.P t. ',rK 11 r?=21fF'W K ii?, .. .'iI-

Seventh Studio . J
AnniversaryBy .. .I '
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Search .'. ; ,t'o r
.. ADELINE PONTIPHFLETLast special mood with her piano ayl') "y:}II I\:
rendition of "The Apartment" ", .\,,
Saturday night Amy .
earlier in the !
Vanderbilt ; program
would have been ,
Miss Veronica Williams did k7} Yp
extremely proud to see the "
ladies justice to two Fiddler On The } w
many young perform
Roof vocal selections a sur- ..
and "serve" at the seventh- ; .
prised Mr. Louis Baron
anniversary celebration of the was
Paul La Pierre School of requested "on stage" for his ,
Musical Arts . Not only famous rendition of "Some I .

Y ki proud but reassured that eti- Enchanted Evening" from

quette is still very much in "South Pacific" (Hammer- [ >L 4 i
style. stein); always a favorite, Mrs.
Martin Drexel played for :" "
Program wise,Mrs. Sadell us "Barcarolle" (Tales of i).'," ,
Victor of Miami Beach open- Hoffmann) as if it had been ''
ed the show with a jolting written for her.It },.
"What a Wonderful Evening ffflt'l/C: id

This is" followed by her favorite was 'a jumpy cornpone- ,:t.
mood-music song type song, "Gonna Build That "

Alfreda Robinson, daughterof Cynthia Cruz, daughter of "Coin' Out of MyHead"; Miss Mountain (adapted) presentedby
Mr. and Mrs. Johnny Rob- Valda Cole continued with a five performing Arts So-

inson is a contestant for Miss Mr. and Mrs. Noel Cruz of the me- of-the-evening song, ciety members (featuring

Cinderella contest, sponsoredby "What The World Needs NowIs Miss Pamela Moore)that stole
14941 Pierce St., is contend- rr ar
Beta Tau Zeta Chapter of Love Sweet Love"; Miss the show. This little country +

Zeta Phi Beta Sorority, Inc. ing for the title of Princessto Catherine McKham, in full number was performed in

Alfreda attends Miami Jack- Miss Cinderella.Cynthb attends costume, sang a dreamy overalls with staw hats not to
son Senior High School. She is "Waitin" For My Dearie" mention some bare feet.From

a very active member of An- Miami Killian Senior from Brigadoon (LPrner, then on, one could easily say Eli

tioch Baptist Church locatedin High School, where she is a Lowe); Miss Anne Marie Jean the party had really started. :

Liberty City. Her hobbles member of the Pep Club, stirred the packed audience
are reading, dancing and list- drama club and dance with a medley "This is MySong" Mr. LaPierre said a few
ening to music. Alfreda's am- and "Under Paris words thanking everyone for The Charles R. Drew Elementary School Is

bition is to be an elementary Her hobbies are dancing,sing- Skies"; Young gentleman the lovely gifts, flowers and planning present an African and American Extra-

teacher or secretary. ing and listening to music. Michael Harry McCartney re- telegrams and Mrs. Joan Nel- vaganza, showing fashions of tribal dress and the

ceived raves from his "If I son, representing the audience Afro-American styles. The will be
new program
said to the effect
something -
Loved You" (Carousel); Miss that she was looking for- presented Thursday, March 13th at the Drew Jr.
Germaine Miller
I out did
In Dual
Observance herself in a requested "My ward to the Society's forthcoming High School.auditorium. Pictured above is James

Man's Gone Now" from Porgy concert to be held in Parker, fifth grade teacher at Drew, in the dress of
By JOHN McFADGON field. A well read, informed,
the Hotel Fontainebleau's sun-
and Bess (Gershwin); Miss the Avambo tribe of Africa.
and Interesting speaker. One perclub,The LaRonda Room,
and Mrs. L. J. Smith Karen Bullard, so appropriatein
Mr. that should be heard. Sunday afternoon June 15.
hosted the Sphinx Civic Club Also present was Mr. Na- a ballgown, lifted her voicein &:::::::::::::::::::::%:::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::..:::::::::::.<:::::::::::::::::::::::::::::

Thursday evening Feb. 20, at thaniel Wilson, an instructorat "I Loved You Once in SI- "The Socialetes,"three; aspiring 1
their home, 1328 NW 68th St. Rainbow Park Elementary lence" from The King and r';" debutantes, brought I fASHION CLOTHIERS

The occasion was a dual ob- School. Mr. Wilson was askedto Miss Elaine Delaney created aHONORARY back the music with their especially ,

servance.NegroHistoryWeek return at a later date as a .. arranged "The Lookof
and the club's annual guest speaker. He was the Love" and "Love is Blue". I QUALITY MEN'S CLOTHING I
brotherhood week. audience with
guest of Mr. Junious Fortson. The responded

The is in its 29th thunderous applause. jj jjI
Sphinx now !
The club was gifted with two Name Brands Af
year as a chartered club of :
well versed well informed
Dade. Sixty nine to "Camelot' show from
guest speakers, Mr. William e 6R I I:
which three selections DISCOUNT PRICES
Dobbins, an English instructor be a banner year for the club + N were r{r
presented featuring 'Miss
in social events. It behoovesthe
at Richmond Heights Ele- socially inclined to watch 1 M1 Janet Reiter is a preview-> MEN'S FURNISHINGS ,
School and
Rev. Mr.
mentary ,
for and presentation of the spring concert's -
support coming
S. T. Johnson BD DD of st.Mary's events., main attraction. 11 SUITS-SPORTCOATS j ?)

Baptist Church.Mr. .
Mr. Dobbins was the guestof
Dobbins informative Finally, before a delightful SLACKS r
gave a very Mr.Issac Withers.The Rev.
lecture on Negro Johnson was guest of Mr.R.C. spread of goodies on a highly :::: RETAIL & ::
decorated table, Miss Yolanda
History, enlighting everyone Coleman.
present on the roles that some Members present were: Cash, the society's youngest f'' WHOLESALEFREE ji j

of our little known, black Alex W. Brooks, president; member, concluded the pro- .
giants, played in making R. C, Coleman, vice presi- gram with a resounding"Bless N
America the land of the free. dent; Albert Johnson, record- This House" asking ;
Ing secretary James McFad- blessings for "this hearth," 111 ALTERATIONS ,,11 1
Mr. Dobbins was opinionated ; CONSUL "the people within and by
by everyone present as being gon, financial secretary; L.J. this time it was well estab- 1530
Smith, treasurer Herman NW 26 I IX'X
; St. 6350216FRANKLIN'S
a credit to our school sys Attorney Henry H. Arring- lished that the entire eveningwas
Blackshear, parliamentarian; t'>'l has been appointed
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22 THE MIAMI TIMES, Friday, February 28,. 1969

'J" CARD OF THANKSThe T Doctor Who Practiced

\ I CARDS MEMORIALS DEATHS I family of the late

who MRS.departed OLLIE this PINKNEY life Feb. Medicine49 Years Dies HereDR.

16, 1969, wishes to express '
IN MEMORIAM IN MEMORIAMIn IN MEMORIAM their gratitude and appreciation versity in 1914 and receivedthe

In memory of to all of our friends for Doctorate of Medicine de-
I In loving memory of our loving memory of our the many kind deeds during our gree In 1918. He interned at

dear daughter, sister, aunt, dear husband and father, bereavement. Your telephone Frederick Douglas Hospital -

and sister-in-law, WILLIAM G. ROBERTSwho calls, prayers, visits, cards, from 1918 to 1920 and prac-

flowers, letters, telegrams, ticed medicine until three
departed this life on Feb. food, and other personal deedsof weeks before his death.

23, 1965. thoughtfulness

Come to Calvary's mountain, Special ks to Dr. W. He strong believed in developing -

Sinners ruined by the fall, Patterson and the staff of the intellect and wasa

Here a pure and healing foun- Christian Hospital. Rev. T.C. firm believer in the esthe-

tain, Kelly an d St. Paul AME tic values of life. He carried

Flows to you, to me, to all. Church, Rev. P. D. Brantleyand these values with him to the

In a full perpetual tide, Greater Israel Bethel P.B. ghettoes of South Philadelphia

t L4ii Opened when our Savior died. Church, King Kole, Inc., Bel- where he lived and practicedfor

cher Oil Co. and Propeller 49 years. His cOPYwrited

The family, Service of Miami, Jackson's poetry and musical composi-

Mrs. Romalia H. Roberts Toddle Inn and the neighborsof tions number in excess of 300.

wife 55th Terrace. JOHN W. SHIRLEY

Daphne and Ida, daughters MATTIE CHARLOW SMITH Our heartfelt thanks to Mrs.A. Dr. John WallbridgeShirley His survivors Include father

Godfrey and Millard, sons who departed this life Feb.26, Range, Mrs. L. B. Brant- of Philadelphia, Pa. died on Edwin S. Shirley, Ft. Lauder-
MRS. BETTIE M. 1960. ley and the staff of Range Fun- Monday at Christian Hospital dale, brother; Dr. Calvin H.

KENDERICKwho Lord beyond our mortal sight, eral Home. here. The son of James and Shirley, Ft. Lauderdale, nephew -
departed this life, Feb. Dr. Edwin S. Shirley
Raise our hearts to reach thy Emma Colbert Shirley he was ; ,

26, 1964. In loving memory of heights, Mr. Frank Pinkney,husband born January 1, 1881 In St. Miami, nephew; Dr. Donald
"Be still" a deeper step There thy face unclouded see Geraldine P. Moore,daughter Jame; Parish, Miland,Jamaica Shirley, New York City, nephew -
faith and rest, M":. Maurice Shirley
Find or heaven of heavens in BWI. ; ,
"Be still and know" thy Fa- ,
Milwaukee. Wisconsin nephew
thee. Leon A. Moore, soninlawMrs. He attended the public

ther knoweth best Henry Fox Smith, Jr., hus- A vie Plummer, sister schools of Jamaica and com- ; Edwina Shirley, niece
The that leads his child to and
way relative of
band Mrs. Eddie L. Sams, niece pleted his college training at many more
that fair land, New York City and Jamaica.
A "summer" land where Justina McGee, daughterLeo Mr. Willie R. Plummer,nephew Mico Training College in 1907.
McGee son-in-law and a host of other In
He taught for three years
quiet waters flow; Funeral services will be
Henry L. McGee relatives and sorrowing and servedasa mis-
grandsonRoderick Jamaica
satisfied ,
Where longing souls are held at New Covenent
McGee, grandson friends. sionary teacher in Southern
at 12th
and know byterian Church NW
Their God, and praise for all Hubert Charlow, brother Nigeria, Africa with the Presbyterian Avenue and 43rd St., Miami

that He has planned." Livingston Charlow, Missionary Board 3:30: p.m., Saturday, March 1,
brother IN MEMORIAM until 1914. He entered the Col-
and at the AfroPresbyterianChurch
Mrs. Julia Blake, aunt Hughie Charlow, brother lege of Medicine.Howard Uni- in Philadelphia, pa at
Tom Harlow brother In loving memory of our
Family 1 p.m., Monday, March 3.
Femisha Knowles, sister dear father IN MEMORIAM

MR. RUFUSSOWELLwh Vera Higgs, sister RUBIN WADE In loving memory of
IN MEMORIAM Leola Wade, sister who departed this life Feb.28,
o departed this life Feb IN MEMORIAM
27 1968. Lillian Robinson, aunt I
Edith aunt Some may think you are for-
His life is a beautiful memory Sawyer, In loving memory of
gotten, though on earth you
His absence a silent grief
are no more but In memoryyou
He sleeps in God's lovely gar- CARD OF THANKSThe are with u s always. x w

Resting In perfect peace. family of the late
Sadly missed: K1P

Sadly missed by: DORELL T. DORSETT I His daughters and son
Elleanor Sowell, wife Willie Wade a.

< Brothers Harrison Loby Jessie Trapp Luella Wade
: wish to express our sincere ,
McKinley, Johnnie and Beulah Childs and Bernita a
thanks to the many friends who
Laten Sowell Harrington
I showered us with cards floral
Sisters; Mattie Bryant
Smithy Allen and Edna arrangements, telegrams and who died Feb. 3, 1963.
kind words during our recent CARD OF THANKSThe
Sowell and Family Now the laborer's task Is o'er!

bereavement.To family of th late Now the battle day is past;
thankeveryone person- Now upon the father shore

IN MEMORIAM ally would be impossible, but MELVINA SIMMONS Lands the voyager at last. MRS. ELNORA NABBIE

In memory of our dear special thanks must be givento acknowledges with grateful Father In thy gracious keeping SEYMOURwho

. RICHARD DeVEAUX, H mother and grandmother Father the Rev.TyrrelDear J. Kenneth and major mem-, appreciation the many kind Leave me now thy servant died March 3,1967.

Priest expressions of sympathy sleeping.Mrs. .
bers of the Church of the Incarnation "Although it's hard to say
Rector of St. Peter's American I shown us during our recent Jessie Poole goodbye"To
Artie Rich-
Catholic Church Miami, Mrs. bereavement. We pray that and Hermit Gordon
one we loved so well
ardson and the staff of the
Florida, died February 28, Richardson Mortuary. God will continue to bless and Families And there's deeper sorrow in
1961. keep each of
you. our hearts
Ruth Gibson Dorsett and
Grant him, 0 Lord, eternal k Mrs.
Than any words can tell
rest, and may light perpetualshine children. Frank S. Jones Sr., brother IN MEMORIAM "0 mother of sorrows,

upon him. Samuel and Naomi Grant In loving memory of my Look down from above

IN MEMORIAMIn and FamilyIN darling daughter And shed o'er thy children

CARD OF THANKSThe sad memoriam of our MRS. LEOLA MACKEY The balm of thy love . ."

dear father and grandfather MEMORIAM PIEZES

family of the late DEACON STEPHEN to loving memory of who departed this life on Sadly missed by

MR. HAROLD CLARE ROBERTSwho "" -, March 4, 1967, and my dear William and Harry Nabbie,

wish to express our sincere departed this life Feb. ( mother sons

thanks to Rev. James Brown 22, 1968. MRS. FLORENCE SUMNER Louise Payne Cooper

and New Providence Mis- Gone, but not forgotten.God I'I'i fah DEANon and other relatives and

sionary Baptist Church, Rev. called him to heave to Oct. 3, 1965. friends.
of Al- I't i We love you but Jesus loves
C. J. Burney the House MRS. GRACIE EDDEN take his rest.
bert Funeral Home. Special KNOWLESwho For here on earth he has done t you best.; RAHMINGS
thanks to the friends and his best May light perpetual shine
departed this life Feb.
neighbors of 63rd Street and 25, 1951. He went through trials and i t upon you all. Willie Elder Johnson of 1206

63rd Terrace. Thanks also to Tho' years have gone, I can't stood the test NW 63 St., was DOA at Jack-
the Heroines of Jericho Ma- forget We love him but God loves him as Mrs. Vera E.Smith, mother son Hospital, Feb. 13. He is
trons. Also all who sent flowers best. and daughter and FamilyIN
Those his wife
words of love I hear by Frances;
telegrams, cards and who them yet; Daughters; Agnes Rolle and son Willie,Jr.;daughter Lillie
shared with us in any way during I her Olivia Rogers andgrandchlldfen. Williams 15
see by the old arm chair; Mae ; grandchildren -
our hour of bereavement. My mother dear, In humble and one great grand. Ser-

prayer. MRS. OPHELIA HYLOR In sad, but loving memory of vices were held Saturday In the

Mrs. Theo Clare, wife and Still loved, still missed, CARD OF THANKS who died Feb. 27, 1957. my dear daughter andhusband chapel.

Family still very dear. The family of the late Gone, but not forgotten. SYBIL L. JOHNSONand Mrs. Annie Marteen Mc-

.. AN EXPRESSION OF Mrs. Ida K.Sidney,daughter MR. LONNIE BRANCH Pherson of 1525 NW 1st PI.,
Gracie Ann granddaughter their Isabelle Francis, daughterand JAMES JOHNSONwho #10 was DOA at Jackson Hos-
would like to express
THANKSFor and FamilyIN passed away Feb.24,1942and pital, Feb. 21. She survived
sincere thanks appreciation -
Feb. 27, 1957,respectively. sister Berta Bostic a
the late RICHARDSONEddie to friends and neighbors by a ;
DORSETTwho Their charming ways and brother Dave Felder two
DORREL TOMMY 'for cards, letters of condol- ;
departed this life on Jan. Little of 1450 NW 1st ence, floral remembrances, MEMORIAMIn smiling faces are a pleasureto nieces Essie Colebrook and
recall. Their memoriesare
171969. Ave., died Feb. 24, InJackson kind thoughts and prayer dur- Connie Porter; one nephew
loving of our still with us and we miss
We wish to'use this meansto Hospital. He is survived by a ing our hour of bereavement.Our Bernard. Services were held
dear husband and brother and
them more more.
express with profound ap- wife Doris; one daughter Ar- sincere thanks to Rev. Wednesday at Isreal p. B.
MR. M. May they peace
our sincere gratitude lene a mother Daisy Fleming; and the Mt. Church.
preciation ; Cleo Albury, Jr.
who departed ths life Jan.24, light perpetual shine upon
to all relatives, friends, one sister Lillie M. Scott; Sinai family, also Range Fun- 1963. them.
Special thanksto one brother Freddie. Service staff for services
and neighbors. eral Home LOT FOR SALE'
forgotten. May Mrs. Esther E. Johnson,
Richardson Funeral will be held Saturday In the
the rendered.
his soul rest in peace. wife and mother Nut to 1152 NW 41st St.
Home, to Rev. J. Kenneth Major chapel at 1 p.m. May God's riches blessingrest Mrs. Pauline E. Woods W. buy Horn* & Land
of the Church of the in- upon.all. ,M.ed .Monty\ ?
Mrs. Mary Brown, died Feb. Mrs. Vina Lester, wife daughter Call Baron

carnation.The 19, in Jackson Hospital. Arrangements Mrs. Rebecca Branch. .'.and.. five ,sisters and a host of Mrs. Ella J. Smith, grand- 538.1340
are incomplete. Family nieces and nephews daughter
Dorsett Family


THE MIAMI TIMES.. Friday. February 28, 1969 23

r DEATHS I St. Matthews DedicatedSunday '

I :

RANGE HOUSE OF ALBERT All roads lead to the dedi- Sunday, March 9, the moderator 1-
catory services of the St. Mat- of the Seaboard Baptist )
William Kelly of 6822 A NW ,Mrs. Elizabeth Jones of thews Missionary Baptist Association of Florida of
10th Ct., died Feb. 15. He is 1521 NW 55th Ter., died Feb. Church now located at 6100 which St. Matthews is a mem-
survived by his father Tommle i 18, at Hialeah Convalescent NW 24th Avenue. Services begin ber with New Bethel Baptist
his mother Rachel Crawford; Home. She Is survived by four on Monday, March 3, at Church of which he is pastor
and step-father George Crawford sons 'Ulysses, Promise,Willie 7:30 p.m. with Rev. Jenkinsand will dedicate the New churchfor
; four brothers Tommie, and James. Services were the Friendship Missionary worship of God.
Jr., Louis, Clinton and Claude. held Tuesday at Greater Bethel Baptist Church, followed by
Services were held Saturdayin AME Church. Rev. R. Jackson and the Mace- There is a standing invi-
the chapel. Leander Adams of 5345 NW donia Baptist Church, Rev. tation to all our friends and
31st Ave., died Feb. 21, at the Burney, with New Providence well wishers to come and helpus
Mrs. Lillie kate Washington Lincoln Memorial Nursing Baptist Church, with the week enjoy this week of thanks-
of 2021 NW 64th St., #4 I: Home. He is survived by three being closed out Friday, giving and praise. The publicis
died Feb. 17 at Jackson Hos- sons Lloyd, Albert and Otis March 7 with Rev. Thompsonand invited. The Rev. N.F.
pital. She is survived by four Services were held Teusday Rev. Pickett of Temple and Clark is the pastor.Ben Brice, SAN ANTONIO. Airman Airman James L. Bryant,
sons Ronnie Williams, Major, in th chapel Zion Hill Baptist Churches. reporter Ronald E. Hines, son of Mrs.t son of Mrs. Pearlene Bryantof
jr., Harry and Anthony Hall- Mrs. Flora Delancy of 11619 Mable D. Hines, 15020 Fill- 1442 NW 73rd St., Miami,
men; four daughters Georgia SW 224th St.,Goulds died Mon- more St., Richmond Heights, has completed basic trainingat
Hollomon, Andrea Washington day, Feb. 17 at Lincoln Me- SOCIAL r SfC has completed basic trainingat Lackland AFB, Texas. He
Cherry and Mattie Wil- morial Nursing Home. She is \ Lackland AFB, Tex. He has has been assigned toSheppardAFB
liams. Services were held Saturday survived by three sons includ- j ooo=oo o iioonr WHAT YOU'VE GOT COMING been assigned to Chanute AFB, Texas, for training in
at Bright Morningstar ing James Delancy of Goulds. Ill, for training in the air- aircraft maintenance. Airman
Baptist Church. Services will be held Saturday JOHN Q.PUBLIC FROM SOCIAL SECURITY craft equipment maintenancefield. Bryant is a 1968 graduate of

2 p.m. in Kerr Memorial Northwestern.volve .
Thomas Hogan of 3067 NW Church, Perrine. FOR SOGAS u n ru rosss o o, _
59th St., died Feb. 21 at Jack- Mrs. Lula Sands 23IONW
son Hospital. He is survivedby 167th St., Opa-locka died Feb.
a wife; two children; his 17, at Jackson Memorial Hos- there Black Veterans Get
parents Mr. and Mrs. Robert pital. She is survived by a At present time re Avenue, The office is open
over 18,000 people lathe Monday through Friday from
Hogan; two sisters; three bro- daughter Dorothy Wilsona son
thers. He was shipped to Chip- Willie Battles. Services were Model City service area who 8:30 a.m. to 4:30 p.m. and Chance For AdvanceStudy
get Social Security checks from 8:30 to 7:30
ley, Fla., for final rites. held Saturday at Mt. ZionAME a.m. p.m.
Church. each month according to Miss on Thursday evenings.

Ivan Alexander of 7106 NW Mrs. Annie Francis Johnsonof Dorrith Leipziger, officer-in-
19th Ave., died Feb. 20. He is 235 NW 6th St., died at Jack charge of the Model City social "Save
survived by his wife Irene; a son Hospital. Feb. 14. She is Security Office. Each of Your
daughter Cecelia; three sis- survived by two sisters Mrs. the people should know that any PRINCETON, N.Y.-Black no obligation on the partof
ters and two brothers. Ser- Mollie Williams, Mrs. Carrie change which could affect his Vision Week"A veterans of military service the ex-servicemen.
vices were held Monday, at Powell; five nieces and four check should be reported to seeking advice about profes- Henry Ross, director of the
Church of Incarnation. nephews. Services were held the social security office. free public forum on the sional or graduate school op- Information Service, noted in
Saturday in the chapel. The report should now be Importance of Good Vision portunities may obtain,assis- his announcement of the new
Mrs. Lucille Hill of made to the local officer rather will be conducted Monday tance from a
Johnnie Neal of 16225 NW 825NW new program of program, "Since so many
27th Ave., Opa-locka died Feb. 70th St., died at her home Feb. than to the payment cen- March 3, at 10 a.m., at Jor- the Woodrow Wilson National graduate and professional
24, at Parkway Gen. Hospital. 16. She is survived by two sisters ter from which the check is dan March Auditorium, on the Fellowship Foundation. schools are looking hard for
He is survived by his mother Mrs. Alberta Smith and received. With special facilities fourth floor of the Biscayne The new Information and the best possible black can-
Lizzie; a brother James; three Mrs. Louise Harrell; two brothers and new procedures, social Boulevard store. Counselling Service for Black didates, while Increasing
sisters Sallie Silas, Ida Mar- Roy and Wilbert John- security offices are able Robert S. Bray, of the Library Veterans, an outgrowth of the numbers of black students are
cus and Thelma Rattray. Ser- son. Services were held In the to get changes made faster, Congress will discuss Martin Luther King Jr. Fel- looking for opportunities, one
vices will be held Friday, 2 chapel. and this means improved ser- the free Talking Book Pro- lowships Program, has com- organization can performa
p.m. at Mt. Hermon AME vice tobeneflclaries, with gram, which is available to all piled Information about a wide real service for both
Church. Copeland A. Dean 21340 SW timely payments in the cor- sight and physically handicapped variety of opportunities for groups."
119 Ave., Goulds died Wed- rect amount. The report can individuals. It has also advanced study. The use of Mr. Ross added, "new programs .
Miss Mattie Maud Gaitherof nesday, Feb. 12. He is sur- be made by telephone, letter, been offered to convalescent, this central clearinghouse for and fellowship oppor-
15820 Bunche Park West vived by his wife Arthur Mae, or in per son to the local office. nursing, old age establish information is available with- tunities, are coming into existence -
Dr., died Feb. 23. She is sur- In! ) :Jess?hters five sons, his Changes that should be reported ments, v e t e ran s'and child- out charge to all black vet- so quickly that no
vived by her parents Mr. and father Copeland A. Dean; a include such things as ren's homes and hospitals for erans with college degreeswho single person can keep trackof
Mrs. Rudolph Gaither. Ser- sister Princella, both of Nas- changes of mailing address, group recreation and educa- plan to do further study. them all. Now, instead of
vices were held Thursday, 4 sau, Bahamas. Services were change in expected earnings, tion.The Requests for information in- sending letters shotgun fash-
p.m. in the chapel. held Saturday at New Bethel death of a social security recipient forum, sponsored by ion to institutions around the
AME Church, Goulds. change In marital the Dade County Optometric Gables. country, the black ex-service-
Mrs. Elois Jackson Gaitherof status, i.e., marriage,divorceor Association as part of the observation Mrs. Zain, whose husbandwas man can writ e to one agency
2941 NW 69th St., died Feb. Elmer Wright of 410 NW 43 death of a spouse, and of "Save Your Vis- blind for much of his adult and get the in for ma Ion he
21. She is survived by her husband St., died Monday, Feb. 24 at change in a student beneficiary's ion Week," annually pro- life, said of the Library of needs.
AI!u!r:-. Mrs. Ardillie Stephens; four vived by his wife Elizabeth; claim number of the personaffected March by presidential procla- gram, that "literally thou- 000 black servicemen with
sisters, Myrtle Anderson, one daughter Linnette; two should always be mation, will have community sands of the physically handi- college degrees are separated
Margie Nixon, Victoria and brothers Carlos and Earnest. given when notifying social participation Dr. Leo- capped don't know that this from the military each year.
Fannie Dickson; two brothers. Arrangements are incom- security of changes. Miss nard Cherdack, president of kind of help is available to That gives you some idea of
Services will be held Saturday plete. Leipziger urged an individualto DCOA, will open the program, aid them in becoming useful the importance of a central
10 a.m. in the chapel. get In touch with the local followed by Dr. BenSheppard, citizens." registry of this kind."
social security office'as soon a member of the Dade County
as possible when there is a School Board, who will introduce -
Mrs. Bertha Hall of 16321 Edgecombe. Services will be
change which may affect his
NW 18th Ave. Opa-locka died 3 at Mt. Zion George K.
Saturday p.m. .
check. The Model City office
(Rebyl), widow of the founder -
Feb. 22. She is survived by Baptist Church. All membersof
is located a t 5225 NW 12th of Miracle Mile, in Coral
two sons, Verdis and Charlie; the Grand United Order oi
five daughters Reatha Brown, Pallbearers are requested to
Jessie M. Scott, Ethel Hayes be present Friday, 8 p.m. at
Essie Stroud and Erma Steed; Range Funeral Home.
four grandchildren; two great
grandchildren and a sister. Dr. John Waldridge- Shirleyof t
Mrs. Anna Clarke. Services 2000 NW 56th St., died Feb.
will be held Saturday 12:30 24 at Christian Hospital. He A Akai wt {q
p.m. at !,I':. Hermon AME. is survived by his brother,
Father Edwin S. Shirley, Sr.
Mrs. Par lie e McClary and a host of other relatives
7674 NW 17th Pl., died Feb. including Dr. Edwin S. Shirley
23. She is survived by her Jr. Services will be Sat- ....
husband Jessie; her mother urday, 3:30 p.m. at New Con-
Mrs. Emma McClary.She will venant Presbyterian Church,
be shipped to Kingstree, S.C. Rev. Bruce Roberts will of- Susie B. Young Willie Young, Owner
where services will be held ficiate. He will lie in reposeIn Manager Licensed Embalmer &
Sunday. the chapel on Friday after Funeral Director
11 a.m.
Mrs. Edith A. Kimpson of
2501 NW 159th Opa-locka Joseph Brown of 339 NE 70 YOUNG FUNERAL HOMEof
died Feb. 22. She is survivedby St., died Feb. 24. He is sur- MR. LESTER ALBERT OWNER ,
her husband, Robert; two vived b a cousin Mrs. Julia
daughters Alice Henderson Berry and three aunts. Ar- We have kept the Faith . Your best 1132 ALI BABA AVE OPA-LOCKA, FLA.

and Wilhelmina Kimpson; rangements are incomplete. interest will always be served when you call 681-2451 685-1893
three sons Russell, Charlesand
Robert, Jr.{ four sisters; Christopher James Eckfordof the . .
two brothers. Services will be 425 NW 6th St., died Feb. '"A Sympathetic and Dignified Service"
Saturday 1 p.mat First Bap- 23, at Jackson Hospital. He Is House of AlbertWhere
tist Church of Bunche Park. survived by his parents Mr. Serving All Dade County
and Mrs. Willie James Eck-
service begins and never ends
Mrs. Mary Black of 1229 ford. Arrangements are incomplete 24 HOURS
NW 52nd St., pioneer Miamian .
and retired school teacher, Graveside services for the LIBERTY CITY OPA-LOCKA PERRINE, 100% Air Conditioned
died Feb. 21. She is survivedby infant son of Beryl Hinds of 691,7661 MU 8-3311 238-8801 Also lilted in the Miami City Directory
a sister Camille Dames; 1771 NW 16th St., were held
five nieces, Lorene Jenkins, Monday at our Lady o! Mercy
Merlin Carter, Ruth Dunn, Cemetery.
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24 THE MIAMI TIMES, Friday. February 28. 1969 .

'tf Rev. Ivan E. George Goes To GREATER DRAKE MEMORIALRev.

I Jamestown NEW MACEDONIA J. W. Dunn, pastorN
New York
T. Green, reporterThe

The Rev Ivan E. George ed publicity and meeting with Rev. Roscoe Jackson, pastor men thank the Male

will begin as pastor of the Em- neighborhood groups, servingas Willie Beard, reporterOn Chous, the choral ensembleof

manuel Baptist Church of a resource person and con Monday night, an old Christian Fellowship and

Jamestown, New York on sultant. During 1965-66 he fashion revival will be held. Michael Higgs of Mt. Sinai for

March I, He goes to James- worked as a Home Missions Rev. Lonzo Boykin will be the the beautiful and soul stirring

town in response to a unani- Interne at the Newark Chris- speaker Don't forget those music they presented on last

mous call of the members of tian Center t in Newark, New long dresses and over-alls and Sunday night.

the church Mr. George has Jersey. There he was Involved let's have a good time. Thisis Our annual Men's Day will

served as visiting preacher at in several community organizations being sponsored by the YWA be on Sunday, March 23. All

Emmanuel since September some of which Sister W. M. Williams,president members please have all your
t' Iou Jin CMptrrh!t f'un agI 29, 1968. were parts of the anti-poverty material in for the book on

program Our 5th annual Men's Day Sunday.

CHRISTIAN From Newark Mr.George observance will be held on the The Willing Workers will

MT. HERMAN AME went to the staff of the Ran- fourth Sunday in March. Our have their installation serviceon

I FELLOWSHIPRev. kin Christian Center in Ran- speaker for the day will be the second Sunday. Rev.

Rev. G. M. Champion, pastor P. S, Brown, pastorM. kin, Pennsylvania as of June announced later. Services will Rogers off Mt. Ollivette will

Helen Golden, reporter L. Nixon, reporterThe 1, 1966. He was Program Sup be held at 9:30: a.m., 11 a.m. preach.We .

Deaconess Board is ervisor for the work at the and 3 p.m. There will be no were happy to have Sis-
: .,
s. .<4 > thankful to the many friends ; Talbot Towers Housing Com- evening services. ter White in service on last

and members for the continuous munity in Braddock, Pennsylvania Deacon Vandell Bovan, Sunday. please visit and pray

a donations to their anni, chairman; Brother Rosby Davis for the sick and shut-ins.

versary. A contribution of one Mr George joined the co-chairman; Willie J.

hundred dollars was given by church at the age of 12 while Beard, secretary ST. JAMES AME

the adult usher board. Thanksto he was living for a short periodof Bar-be-que is sold every

all auxiliaries for their interest time in New York City. He Friday night, Saturday (all
and donations. We were was licensed to preach by the day) and on Sunday This is Rev. S. L. Gay, pastor

m e happy to have our visitors and Saint John Baptist Church of being sponsored by the Ministers Joseph Marshall, reporter
Miami on of of the church in behalfof Mrs. Martha Nicholson and
pulpit guest Sunday. You are REV. IVAN E. GEORGE Thanksgiving
always welcome to worshipwith He goes to Jamestown froma 1958, and was ordained at St men's day.GREATER. the February-ites wish to
John thank you for your support In
national on Thanksgiving of 1966.
us. position with the
He is a member of the Ome- helping them to reach their
Continuation of the rum- American Baptist Home Mis- '
mage sale sponsored by the sion Societies. From June 1, ga psi Phi National Fraternity, ST. LUKE goal.
There will be a dinner sale
the j
Alpha Kappa Mu National ,
adult choir and usher board 1968 until his arrival in
x will be held Saturday, March Jamestown, Mr. George is Honor Society, the NAACP, the Rev. 0. Taylor, pastor at the Parish Hall all day Sat- (j

1, at 1172 NW 62nd St. The a commissioned missionary in Negro Industrial and Eco- Alfreva Taylor, reporterThe urday sponsored by Mrs.
ANNIE HAMILTON nomic Union and Urban Four Gospel Riders will Louise Woods and March-ites.
public is invited to come,look>the Societies' Parish Develop- :
"Today is.ours: what do you and buy. Captains of the Brown ment Program. He is assignedas America. He is listed in the be presented at Jordan Grove Please ca11691-4212andplace

fear? Today is ours: we haveit Envelopes were pleased with an urban associate to the 1967 edition of Outstanding Baptist Church Friday, Feb. your order.

here, let's treat it kindly, the response of the membersand Buffalo, Cleveland and Pitts- Young Men of America 28, at 8 p.m. featuring minis-, Our Homecoming Day isset

that it may wish, at least, they are asking everyoneto burgh Baptist Association. Rev George is married to ters will be: Rev, D. Cook ofJordan for March 9. We are planning

with us to stay."These are the Join a group. His work is with the associa- the former Miss Beverly Grove as Matthew; to make this a great day in our
words of our co-chairman Rev. F L.Johnson of Browns church. Plan now to atted
Don't miss BTU Sunday at tion and local churches in developing Porter of Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania wor-
Mrs. Annie Hamilton, who 5:30 p.m. ministries and programs They will live in the vine, as Mark; Rev. 0, Tay ship with us all day.

along with the chairman, Mrs. Pray for and help the ill and to fit the urban crisis. church's parsonage at 57 West lor as Luke; Rev R. Jackson Remember the sick and

Gertrude Dallas and the women less fortunate The Rev. Mr. George is a Eleventh Street in Jamestown. asJohriThis!, program is spon shut-ins in your prayers

of Mt. Herman are inviting ,native of Miami, where he attended The Emmanuel Baptist Churchin sored by the No. 1 Choir of
to come ana war Jordan Grove. Deacon S. Par-
everyone MT. SINAI and graduated from 1969 will celebrate its fiftieth

ship with us on Sunday, March Booker T, Washington High year as an organized rish Is president. BROWNSVILLEBAPTIST

9. We will begin our celebra- Rev. Cleo Albury, pastorB. School in 1958. In 1962 he Baptist Church On March 5, Rev. Sample;

tion Sunday, March 2,at 4 p.m. Boney, reporterOur graduated magna cum laude will render services in behalf
with our Sunday School, under condolences to Brother of Choir No. 2's anniversary.Sis. Rev.
from Florida Memorial Col- ST. PAUL AME F. L.Johnson,pastor
the leadership of our chair- p. Taylor, president.
Willie Lee Jones and family lege, now in Miami Elizabeth Wright, reporter
( man, Mrs. Lever ty sponsor- of 737 On Thursday night before 1
NW 77th Street. Mr, George received his Our pastor would like to
Ing an "Ice Cream Dip"and a Rev T. S. Kelley, pastor the third Sunday, the Rev.Anderson -
The church's monthly con Bachelor of Divinity degree thank all members and friends
"P i n a p p l e Sip" featuring ference will be held Mary Amos, reporterLet will be here in behalfof for '
Thursday from Andover Newton theolo- helping in making his
us not forget "Love ap-
choir 2's
talents of the No anniversary
Sunday School Feb. 27 at 8 All
p.m. mem- gical School in Newton Centre, Feast" Friday night the preciation program a success
If miss this
you you will bers are urged to attend. Massachusetts in 1966. As a tor is asking all members and ST. MARY'S on last Sunday. Special thanks.
certainly miss a treat The training session of the seminary student be worked at officers to be present. to the Rev. J. c. Foster..

Sunday, March 9, the Rev. Brotherhood of Mt. Sinai the Blue Hill Christian Cen- The district conference RevH V, Stuart, pastor On Friday, Feb. 28 the pas-

Mrs. Delaney will speak to us will meet, Thursday, Feb. 27, ter in the Roxbury section of of the Ft, Lauderdale District Communion will be servedall I predation program a success

at 11 a.m. You will miss an- at 7 p.m. Boston. In this inner-citypro- will be held in Dania, March day Sunday and joint choirs on last Sunday. Special thanks

other treat Sunday night if youdon't To our sick, shut-ins and ject his work was mostly with 5-6. Rev L. R. Brown and usher boards will serve j to the Rev J. C. F
: ,
come to our Musical Extravaganza 'bereaved families, "Jesus young people, but also Involv- tor is host. Thursday, March all day. On Friday, Feb. 28 thepas-
at 7 "
p.m. cares. 6 our pastor will give the Dinner saleeverySaturdayatthe tor is asking both choirs to

------ NEW MT. MORIAH message, he is asking the full church for delivery call accompany him to Jordan
support from members on 758-1601, starting at 12 noon. Grove Baptist Church.

this night. Our sick and shut-ins: Bro. The Herman Thomas sing-

I Bethel's Women To Invite Rev. A, L. Shipp, pastor All ladies please meet with Calvin Adderly and Sis. Viola ers will appear Ina gospel

Evelyn Souter, reporterOur Miss Delores Hagins Sunday, Roberts In Jackson Hospitaland I song fest, Friday, March 7,

Club Groups As Guests monthly conference at March 9, for organization of Sister Geneva Trotman is in behalf of women's day.

.. 8 -D.m. Thursday.. the women's day committee in Cedars Hospital.- Don't forget to pray for the
Joint rehearsal for choirs Our pastor Is In a contest sick and shut-ins.
The of after
women Greater morning services.
will be arranged for them to
No. 1 and 2 will be this Fri- with the pastor of New Bethel
Bethel AME Church have
begun -
be seated
as an organization.
day night at 8
to lay definite plans for ex- patron lists are now being We p.m. All captains who would like Baptist Church, Rev. E. Williams GRACEWe
were happy to have
cordial to have The committee is ask-
tending invitationsto circulated and advertising soliciting someone special to
the women clubs, sorori- for the elaborate sou- members from Antlers, work with them in our men's ing your support in every ef- thank the Rev. Melvin
Greater Miami and
ties and other women organi- venir program that will be Lodges to our services Liberty day drive give your names to fort. Dollard for leading us in ourlaymen's
zations to join them in their printed for the occasion. Non Sunday morning. Miss Gay or Rev Turner. ZION HOPE visitation workshop

Women's Day celebration o stone is being left unturned to The Ushers' Federation Remember our sick and last week.

March 23. According to Mrs. assure the success of this want to thank Union shut-ins and pray for their recovery Rev. Paul Freeman, pastor This Sunday evening,we will
J John-
Highsmith, the general chair- special effort by the women son No. 2 Choir Bessie Williams, reporter gather at the church at 6:30
man of the day, all of these of Bethel. and,all others who, our pastor Sister Marie Freeman, the p.m. so that we can be on timeto

groups will be adequately Mrs. Naomi Symonette, and attend last participated first lady, celebrated her the 7:30 program at the

recognized and special seats chairman of the Music Com- will convene at Sunday.They JORDAN GROVE birthday Tuesday. We say to Union Congregational Church
Bethany Bap- her in H allanda Ie. Rev Luther
mittee, is calling on all of the tist the third "Happy Birthday.
EBENEZERRev. talented women of the church Sunday In March Rev. Douglas Cook, pastor Tuesday after prayer meet- Pierce, pastor.Rev.Savoy has

and those who would Just like Rev. F. Carter, pastor. Eddie Gilbert, reporterThe ing Sister Vera Johnson Is been invited to discuss -

to out to them The Deaconss and Stewardess No. I 1 Choir will pre- sponsoring a in behalf therhood" on a panel with apriest
A. D. Hall, pastorE. help Join as Union will convene the program -
sent on this Friday night the and a rabbi.Our
members of the music group. of Choir No. l's anni- con-
Ingram, reporter second Sunday, at 3 p.m. The four gospel writers Matthew gregation is invited
Holy communion will be administered She insists that the singing, public is Invited. versary. She Is asking all to to attend;
at both services alone, will be sufficient to Our Mark, Luke, and John Rev. come out and help her make and the pastor hopes we havea
women's day will be
Cook nice
representing delegation.
Sunday the public is invited. warrant your attendance at held the fourth this program a success.
Sunday Apr 11.
Rev. F. L. Johnson Mark This Sunday Is
The Poinclna Circle will be this most outstanding affair. Officers ; The pastor is urging all to
are Mrs Venola
: Rev 0, Taylor Luke and Sunday. Let's make the
Names of the ; attend their weekly
captainswho meetings.
in of and class
,.. charge prayer Simpkins, chairman; Mrs Lucille Rev. Roscoe Jackson, John during the week to have
are working so hard will Remember the sick, shut- our
meeting Tuesday night.
Shippe, Mrs. Llllie M. The choirs of each church will sanctuary filled
in on Sunday.
be carried in this publicationin bereaved and little Sa-
class for church mem-
youth Jones, c 0- c ha ir m en; Mrs their
will one of the coming Issues. accompany pastor. brina Candrlcks in your prayers -
bership begin Tuesday, A. K. Brown, treasurer; Mrs. public is invited. Deacon Par-
Be to .
March 4 5 6 sure keep up each week
p.m. Channle Collins, program rlsh president. NEW HOPE
Those persons who haven'tturned with the publicity about this chairman; Miss Diann Bos-
The No. 1 Usher Board will
in their pledge card for day of days Women's Day CORINTHRev.
at Greater Bethel. secretary; Mrs Maude sell dinners this Saturday in Rev. W. E. Sims, pastor
c the fund for reconciliation, McGriff, assistant secretary; the dining room, th.eyask you M, L. Paschal,reporter Loraine Fuller, reporter

please do so no later than Sun BIBLE CHURCHOF Mrs. A. Gabriel, financial to come by and treat your- Bernice Ector, reporterThe Thursday, at 8 p.m. our

day.The secretary; Mrs. Evelyn selves to a tasty meal. Bro. pastor is asking all regular prayer meeting and
Seasons Rally is on, GOD i outer, publicity chairman; Bannister, president. members to be present Thurs- Bible class Everyone is wel-
thanks to those who made a Mrs. Alberta Anderson
solicitation The Willing Workers would day, at 8 p.m. for general come.
start on last Sunday. Let each chairman. We are like to thank the Rev. Atchenson conference and
Bishop E. E.Rahming pastor election. Friday at 4:30 p.m. Easter
of us support the season of our asking each member to work
and all well wishers Deacon
for Morrow
Shirley and family rehearsal will Sister
Cooper reporter begin.
birth and make this effort a ]hard to make this day a suc-
helping make their would like
Come out and enjoy a night anniversary to thank each and Linda Vickers is in charge.

success. with our youth on Sunday, at cess. a great success Sis. Man everyone for their prayers in Sunday, BTU, at 5:30: p.m.
Let us not forget toprayforand Please pray for world uel is president. Let time of their
7:30. Regular Bible class and us remember bereavement I our communion service at 7
and shut-
visit the sick peace. Visitors are always the sick and needy in a safe trip home from
.w prayer meeting on Tuesday welcome. Atlanta, p.m. Continue in pray for the
our prayers. Georgia. sick, shut-Ins, and bereaved.

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THE MIAMI TIMES, Friday, February 28, 1969 25

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i Successful Meet I

The 38th annual session of ,main address was delivered by

f'f the Atlantic Baptist Associa- Dr. Susie Holley, president of
tion convened With the Ebe- the women's department of the
nezer Baptist Church, West General Baptist State Conven-
Palm Beach, Feb. 20-23. The tion of Florida. Mrs. N. Stra-
H spirit was high and a harmo- chan, co-chairman and Mrs.
nizing atmosphere: prevailed Josephine Brady, took first
; throughout the meeting.The place in the child's welfare
} / memorial sermon delivered contest.
.. t'I by the Rev. I. C. Mic- Liberal contributions were
Ut klns with Dr. S. T. Johnson made to Florida Memorial
1 I alternate was very Impres- College and Jordan Memorial
;". sive. Challenging messageswere School.

!,r delivered by Rev. I. W. Host pastor J. A. King and
v i' r Hepburn of Star of Bethlehem, congregation deserve highest
_ _
., < who substituted for Rev. E. commendation for their royal
: Williams of New Bethel,whose entertainment.The .
W1' _; sister died Saturday night. 1970 session will be
: t..:_ The wo men's departmentled with the Star of Bethlehem;

'I by Dr., I G. Pratt had inspiring -, West Hollywood, Rev. I. W.
Miami Beach City Employees Get Service PinsService session; as usual.The Hepburn, pastor.MEMORIAL .

Miami pins Beach were awardedto Pins for 10 years service 25 -year pins were Miami kins, 14165 NW 22nd Court; MT. CARMEL TEMPLE I
City em- were given to 53 employees, residents: Lewis Johnson, retirees John Bynes, 1465 NW
ployees, totaling over 1,875 38 to those serving 20 years, 3577 Franklin Ave.; John Mitchell 58th St., and Robert Lee, 1673
years of service, by Mayor 12 for 25, six for 30 years and 4115 NW 11th Court; NW First Court, and Colum- Rev. D. A. Bradley,pastor
Jay De r mer. Presentationswere three thirty-five year pins Vernal Roberts, 1545 NW 51st bus Smith, 1891 Rutland St, Louise McGriff, reporter
made to 112 city There will be a car wash
were given. St.; George Washington, 1076 Opa-locka.
"""kers. at 10 at the
Among those who received NW 76th St.; McKinley Wat- Saturday a.m.
home of Brother and Sister
ANTIOCHRev. 16th Ave. Donation will be $1.

The Lord's Supper will be Sponsored by Choir No. 2.
Rev. R. L.Woodford,pastor:: Canon T. R. Gibson, rector P. W. Wiggins, pastor administered during the There will be a tea at the
Evelyn Tynes reporter Antoinette Silva,reporter Dinettie Cobb, reporterThe morning and evening serviceson home of Deacon Ernest Mc- 4'
Pastor and Mrs. R. L. Hiram Williams directorof No. 2 choir Is sponsor- Sunday and the choirs will Griff, 1540 NW46th,at 3:30
Woodfork along with five dele- acolytes, is missed greatly Ing a Pre St. Patrick Day Tea serve Jointly The Rev. H. O. p.m. the second Sunday in be-
gates attended the recent by the acolytes and congregation at the church on March 9,from Ferguson who returns to the half of men's day. please come
Southern Union Sabbath School Hiram is now assis- 3:30 to 5:30 p.m. Everyone is Bahamas next week after and enjoy yourself.
Congress in Atlanta,Ga.,Feb. tant to the chaplain in the Air Invited. spending four weeks herewithhis Pray for the sick and shut-
20.22 at the beautiful civic Force. He has gone to Fort The congregation and ins and those who have lost
sister and friends
center. Jackson in South Carolina and friends are invited to attenda some of their love ones. Pray
will be the 11 a.m. speaker.The .
The theme "To Win will then to Fort Gor- also for the in Vietnam.
: To proceed "Pretty Cup Tea, sponsored pastor wishes to thank men REV. MICKINS
Train, to Hold," was the key- don In Georgia. by the No. 2 Ushers' Boardat the No. 1 choir and Junior ush-
note address of G. R. Nash, The chair drive has begun.We te home of Mr. and Mrs. ers, along with other mem- The newly organized Me-
secretary general conference are in desperate need of James Simmons, 4222 NW 11 bers, who went to West Palm PILGRIM REST morial Temple Baptist Church
Sabbath School Dept., Wash- chairs for the parish hall. We Ct., on March 29, at 7 p.m. Beach Sunday to worship at will hold regular service each
ington, D. C. His sincere de- are ''asking 100 members to The Junior church will meet Ebenezer Baptist Church Sunday at Its temporary' location -
sire that everyone attendingthis purchase chairs at the priceof every Saturday at 4 p.m. where the Atlantic Coast Bap- Rev. James Nelson, pastor 4114 NW 167th Street.
congress, become totally $4.00 a person. This deed The BTU will present a tist Association was in session Myrtice Hicks, reporterWe Sunday School, 9:30 a.m.;
Involved in the soul winning will be greatly appreciated. panel discussion Sunday, had the pleasure of having Morning worship, 11 a.m.;
work of the Sabbath Schools. During the Lenten Season, March 2,at 4:30 p.m.The topic Rev. Caesar Bland and broadcast time, 12:15;evening, __
More than 3,000 delegatesfrom the regular Wednesday morn- will be "Today's Youth Coping congregation of Church of God worship, 7 p.m.
seven local conferences Ing communion service has with the Challenge of Time. MT. TABORRev. in Trinity to worship with us The new building Is under*
comprising the Southern Union been changed to Wednesday Pray for the sick, shut-Ins Sunday. construction at 16600 NW 44
Conference Georgia, Florida night. ,;We are hoping that all and men on the battlefield. James Hendon, pastor Holy communion will be observed Ct.Rev.
Kentucky,Tennessee, Ala- will be able to attend the se- Wilhelmina Sands, reporter as usual after regular I C. Mickins, B.D.
bama, Mississippi, Carolina, vice Last Sunday was a great day order of service this Sunday pastor
South Central, South Atlantic, Get well wishes are extended KELLY'S CHAPELWho at Mt. Tabor. The youth of the evening. Visitors are wel-
were in attendance. to Mrs. osa White. church served on all fronts come. MT. CALVARY

I R. H. Pierson, leader of will be the winners In with a high degree of efficiencyand The annual Gold Coast Rev. S. Atchison, pastor
the Seventh-Day Adventist the Calendar Rally slated for grace. Association will convene at
Phyllis Beal
Church, reminded them that ST. AGNESRev. March 9? All members are At 3 o'clock the pastor and the church beginning Thurs- Sunday Is the Lord's, reporter Supper.
the times in which we live asked to please support your congregation Journeyed to Ft. day night with Rev. Nelson, Everyone Is Invited to come
will demand the best, in orderto L. L. Sands, rector i group. Lauderdale, First Baptist, to host pastor. and worship with us.
make the greatest impactof Bryley Newton, reporterThe During the month of Feb- share in their observance of Remember the sick and Baptismal services will be
getting the gospel into all Lenten season is here ruary we engaged in many their pastor's anniversary shut-ins In your prayers. Joined with Rev. P. S. Brownof
the world, and how importantit again. On Ash Wednesday, brotherhood activities which Rev. C. V. Ford. Christian Fellowship and
is to be tools in the hand of Feb 19, the congregation par- broaden the outreach of our Dinners are still being soldon Rev. C. Wade of St. Marks
God to finish hs work. ticlpated in Holy Communionand members. Saturday. Please call the Baptist Church
Sunday 5:00.
the distribution of ashes. Sunday, Feb. 17,Rev.Butler church 691-8732 to pla"ceyour On the second Sunday In
ZION HILL On Friday night station of the exchanged pulpits with Rev. orders. March there will be a "Mo-

cross was held. T.W. Obenauer ,pastorofCarol and Please shut-Ins.pray Visitors for the are sick always Rev. A. M.Griffin,pastor ther, Daughter Father, son
City United Methodist -
Rev. James Pickett, pastor The sympathy of all the parishioners Cheryl English, reporter Tea" sponsored by the Junior
Dinners are being sold Sat- goes out to Mr.Edward -.-- 'Church. That evening Rev. welcome. Sunday at 1 p.m.the Juniors church.

urdays at the church,2385NW Williams whose sister Butler and congregation ren- will Journey to Belle Glade. Please pray for the sick and
dered a special service for
60th St., Phone 633-5685. died. NEW BETHEL They are asking your prayersfor shut-ins.
William Mack and
Thanks to our many friendsfor The Miami Deanery meeting congregation a safe Journey there and
helping make our Mock of the ECW will be held Fri- at Mt. Pleasant Rev. Ernest Williams,pastor back. GREATER BETHLEHEM
14 at the United Methodist Church in Alice Harris Rev. C. H. Smith
Women's Day a success. The day, March Holy reporterWe pastor
second Sunday is Founder'sDay Cross Episcopal Church, 123 Opa-locka. extend our heartfelt Conference will be Fridayat Mary Hopkins,reporter
in memory of the pastor'swife NE 36th St., Miami. Regis- sympathy to our pastor and 8 p.m. There will be a fish fry Saturday -

Sister Gertrude Pickett, tration at 9:30 a.m. and the MT. AARON family in the home going of his ]><''r: IT Nelson Raines and night, March 1, at Dea-
all members are asked to Holy Eucharist at 10 a.m.Lun- sister Brother George Dodson and con and Sis.Walton's sponsored -
please pay 500. cheon will be served to those Rev. 0. L.Sample,pastor Jr. Ushers' Board meeting the C Lord C's will be here by Choir No. I,
Our annual Women's Day making reservations by Mon- R. M. Hicks, reporterOn will be held right after church the second Sunday on behalfof The chairman and cochairman -
will be held the third Sunday in day, March 10 ($1.25) with the second Sunday our service Sunday morning. Miss women's day. tor Women's Day are asking "
May, please circle your cal- Mrs. Majo'ie Wake. Young Matrons are sponsor- Althea Hepburn is president. your support toward our
endar. Wednesday, Litany and Holycommunion ing a Membership Tea, at the Don't forget our weekly Let us remember to visit Mock Women's Day and the
Prayer service every Tues- 7:30 p.m. Friday, home of Mrs. Ruthie M. Hicks, prayer meeting every Tues- and pray for the sick and shut- Seasonal Tea.
day night. Visitors are always stations of the cross,7:30 p.m. 9421 Little River Blvd. you day at 8 p.m. Pray for the sick ins. Get well wishes are extended -
welcome to attend. LET US N are Invited. and shut-ins, Bro. Hezekiah to Sis. Shaw, and Sis. Mc-
forget to pray for the sick and On Wednesday, March 5, Sears and Sis. Francis. Wood- Even and to all who are ill.
shut-ins. NEW PROVIDENCE the church will render serviceat side both at home. DAYSPRING On this first Sunday letus
St. Luke Baptist in West give thanks by attending, the .
Hollywood. Rev. W. M. Slater,pastor church of choice
Arsula Edwards,reporter Ruby Burton, reporter
Communion service Sundayat FIRST BAPTIST Ushers' Board No. 1 and 2 ST. MATTHEWS
"Christ Jesus" is the sub- 6:30 p.m. W. K. Smith, pastor wish to thank Rev. W. K.
ject of the Bible LessonSermon The pastor and congregation Rev W. M. Davis, pastor Alice Irving, reporterThe Smith, Male Chorus and Ush- Rev. A. Randall, pastor
to be read at Christian will worship with St. MatthewBaptist Donella Turner, reporter women's day souvenir ers for' the service rendered. Annie Vassar, reporterThe
Science chruches this Sunday. Thursday, at 7:30p.m. February 28, all membersare committee Invites you to a tea, Also all churches who participated Junior Choir and Usher
March 16, at 3475 NW 205th to make The of be
golden text is from Ephesians Consecration hour prayer asked to present at. the
: "Ye are no more is held each Sunday at 5a.m. General Conference. Street, Opa-locka. a success. anniversary on the second
strangers and household of Bible class and prayer meet- The Young People will meet All members are asked to Thursday night is confer- Sunday. Everyone is welcometo
God the please place your name in the ence night. The pastor is asking come out.Please .
; and are built upon ing Tuesday at 7:30 p.m. Thursday, at 8 p.m. please be
foundation of the apostles and All members are urged to present. women's day souvenir book. all officers and membersto don't forget to pray
prophetsJesu:Christ himself attend. Visitors and friendsare Members are asked to attend Choir No. 2 will be in chargeof please be present.Remem- for the sick and shut-ins. Sis.
being the chief corner stone." welcome. regular weekly activi the Sunday School auxiliary ber to visit the sick and shut- Davis Is In Jackson Hospital.
Fifth Church of Christ, Continue in prayer for those class Sunday. Sis. Ode 11 Green are on the The pastor Is asking all
Scientist, 1600 NW ,54th St., who are sick, shut-in and bereaved ties.We are still praying for the Prayer services are held sick list young adults to meet with him
welcomes all. sick and shut-ins. every Tuesday at 8 p.m. ins. Mother Lula Cooper and on Saturday, at 5:30: p.m.I .
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ago when the University of MI- noles won a nd placed second in addition to Kelly,were Mau- Apply at Office
ami scored an easy basketball in the 440 hurdles after losinghis rice Davis who took the 100

victory over the Rattlers, and stride just before the finalhurdle. and 220 dashes for A&M, Ken .
decidedly so on Saturday in a Misner who won the mile and
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Milton, Chicago, 229 D. Wimberly, Detroit 379 Raymond Nance,Chicago 282
Harvey Breaux, Miami 229 Laverne Mallory, Detr. 389 Tyree Simmons,Chicago282 UP TO 40%

Dexter Murray, Nashv. 229 Joanne Wilburd, Detroit 408 ON

Calvin Peete, Ft. Laud. 236 MEN'S FIRST FLIGHT Andy Pride, Chicago 264 Auto Insurance
Joseph Bostic, Chicago 238 James Brown, Staten Is. 236 Harold W. Jones, Boston267 Immediate SR-22 Filings
Robert Smith, Nashv. 242 Otis Collins, St. Petsb. 239 Dr. Dav. P. Lane,Raleigh267Billy Liability' Physical Low Monthly Payments
Phil Dean Detroit 241 K. Row, Princet. 268 DamageSR
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Dewey Lewis, Chicago -
CHAMPIONSHIP WOMEN Willie Taylor, New York242 Douglas Kimball, Miami -271 22 Filing AUTO TAGS DRIVERS LICENSED.

Amelia Lucas, Wash. 290 Charles Brooks, New Y. 243 Sam. Harrington, Inapl. 274 No One Refused &
Jefferson Snead St. Lu. 275
Billie Duval, Hartford 301 Shelton Oliver, New York-243 GOOD DRIVERS
Trenton 244 Henry Spence, Miami 275 KEEN AUTO TAG AGENCY
Mayme Bondu, Miami 304 Rubin Johnson, No Finance Charge
Margaret Brown, Miami -304 Glaston Stirrup, New Y. 244 John Thomas, Phila. 277 little Same location for two generations
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Selmo Barbour, Chicago 312 Chas. Green, Richmond 254 Joe Morris, Jr., Miami 292 15% OOWN 2688 NW, 62nd 'STPhone. : 691-0380

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Reese Reedick, Aberd. 244 Boise Gay, Chicago 238 James Wright, N. Y. 302 PLAZA INSURANCE COLOR AND BLACK & WHITE TV SERVICE

Tom Weston, Detroit 248 Andy Longmire, Chicago340 John Hurst, Harrisburgh- 319 306 AGENCY STEREO RADIO TAPE RECORDER
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Richard Thomas New Y.-244 Eddie Riley, Atlanta 322
Thomas Mitchell Monte.-257 ,
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Lajoie Cooper, Hampton264 James Stewart, Ft. 328
Julius Griffith, Inapl. -
Freddie Holt, Detroit 264 Ed. Strachan, Ft. Laud. 246
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Frank Flanders, Miami 249 Freddie Green New York256 Lifts Rental Miami.
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L. Hall, Nashville 256 THIRD FLIGHT Ban

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Leo Wallace,Long Island-287 0. D. Tate, Springfield 251 agers of a trailer park here, " .Miami, Florida WITHOUT HIDING ITS BEAUTYI
Dr. Chas. Henry, Dover 303 Ivory Lowery, Columbus-251 charged with violating federal 1. r CUSTOM MADE TT
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Willis Gilmore, Chicago -326 Harvie Griffin, Harrisb. 254 open housing to their laws facilities, have /. r., $ : PLASTIC FURNITURE II ..
John Hairston, Martinsv.255 agreed open "' *
FIRST FLIGHT WOMEN Oliver Lee, M iaml 256 to Negroes.In ,: r t tw. i SUP COVERS 1
Bolden Wash. 257 response to a suit filed 11: e CITITAl CUSS
Vera Carter, Los Ang. 306 Henry : e HIAVt AUftl ye
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28 THEMIAMI TIMES, Friday, February 28, 1969T


Spearing with......... '-' I Bobby Milton/ Wins In Sudden Death Playoff

,. Q If A sudden death victory by
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om..N the Harlem Globertrotters'
; j5ff Bobby Milton brought the Cityof
Miami-sponsored 16th an-
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nual North South Golf Tournament {

HARRY SPEARORIOLES (Feb. 20-22) to an exciting -
finish here in the golf
center of the nation. S
Milton sank a four-foot par

putt on the first extra hole of :; Wt
the City of Miami Golf Course ( L.a

at Miami Springs to capturethe

win, after being tied at
229 strokes following 54 holesof

regulation play with Harvey .
t Breaux of Homestead, Fla.,
and Dexter Murray of Nash-

\ Breaux, who was last year's

runner-up, repeated as second
place finisher by dropping

10-foot putt on the second extra -

Amelia Lucas of Washington -
D.C., finished with a 96-
OPEN SPRING TRAININGThe 100-94.-290 to successfullydefend Ill H ,

Baltimore Orioles are training dally at MiamiStadium her championship in
despite the player strike that threatens the season. Many feel the event Mrs. Lucas led Championship trophies for the men's and women's division in the 16th

the exhibition games are down the drain since the players will throughout the 54 holes. annual North-South Golf Tournament are presented by tournament founder Ray

not be In shape In time.Workouts begin dally at 10 a.m. at the A total of 231 golfers from Mitchell to Bobby Milton, left, of the Harlem Globetrotters, for his sudden

stadium and are free to the public. all over the United States and death victory, and Mrs. Amelia I i Lucas of Washington, D. C The City of
pictured above are Elroy Hendricks, Billy Hunter and Don the Bahamas teed off in the
Miami-sponsored the of Miami Golf
event was played at City Course at Miami
event it of the
Taylor, Hendricks has good power . Hit 109 home runs making one
I while with Jalisco (Mexican League) from 1964 through 1967 largest amateur golf contestin Springs Miami-Metro Dept. of Publicity & Tourism photo.

. Spent last winter playing for Frank Robinson's Santurce the country.Following. cause of his second place ped up short, leaving himselfa the first two putts, sank his
club In Puerto Rico . Selected league's MVP . Hit 12 a qualify! finish in 1968 and because 10-footer. Murray and Milton .
home runs and batted .302.. round, the huge field was : last year's; winner, Doran both putted from the fringe shot.A Trotter guard for 18

Baylor played last fall with CXs entry at Clearwater in the divided into flights seven in- Doucet, has turned pro- Milton's shot landing just six years, Milton, was playing the
Florida Instructional League and led circuit in hitting with the m*,\1 i division and four fessional started the final inches closer than Murray's tournament for the first time.

.376 average ..Alsohad34RBrs in 37 games . Baseball, in the ladies' division, both found Saturday two strokes behind Breaux putted first and saw He was here as advance

basketball and football standouts at Stephen F. Austin High topped by a championshipflight the pace at 154 after suf- his effort fail as the ball broke publicity man for the world

School In Austin. . Scouted and signed by Dee Philips . ; and two senior ntt{ tA.. fering a nearly disastrousfirst sharply to the left. Murray fimou- court jesters, who are
Combining school with spring training. . Student at Miami- Low qualifiers were Tony round 79. pushed his putt two inches off due in Miami March 7.

Dade Junior College. . Single. Horton of Detroit and Calvin Breaux picked up two line to the right. Milton, with "I came to win it, Milton

FLORIDIANS CLIMB__FROM LAST PLACETO Peete of Ft. Lauderdale, strokes on the front nine of the pressure off and with the said after he had done just

GRAB LEAD each of whom fired roundsOf the final circuit.: firing a 38 knowledge of the green fromrj thai.

76. while Milton shot 40 and ,
at .714 for two months and wins remained in the
When a team plays a pace Murray _
Murray dropped behind a ., 4L
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nine of its last 10 games, It should be able to make is thick of things from the beginning stroke with a 41. I ,

presence felt in any league. sharing the first But Murray came back with ,
Thats; Just what Miami has done since mid-December and round lead--after carding a an even par 35 as Breaux r

the surge has carriedCoach Jim Pollard's Floridians Into first 38-36-74, lowest round of the carded 37 on the back side.

S' J place in the Eastern Division of the American Basketball Association event -- with Tom Kaylor of Milton saved a tie by chipping

\ Hollywood Hills, Fla. back to within 18 Inches on the TIME"ry
Miami had a 9-17 record on Dec. 19 and was floundering In Jerry Brooks of Shreveport, 18th hole after his approach

last place 11/12 games behind Minnesota's Pipers, But,since La. and Milton, each playing shot sailed over the green,
then, everything has been uphill. consistent golf for 36 holes
scattering spe cat or s in the PHIL DIXON
,pollard acquired guard Maurice McHatley from the New with a pair of 76's took the bleachers.On .
York Nets on Dec. 18 and the Floridians have put together a lead at 152 when Murray

20-8 record since the former North Carolina A&T playmaker dropped a stroke behind witha the extra hole for the
The North-South Tournament is For those of who
joined the club. second round 79 and Kaylor championship, all three pulledup over. you
Don Freemen continues to set the Miami suKLigpace ((1150 withdrew. short of the green within had a chance to catch some of the action saw some pretty

points and a 21.3 average), while Duane Thoren,Les Hunter. Breaux, who had been the three feet of one another. good play. And the finish was right out of a story book. A sud-

and Willie 1 vlurrell are averaging 30 rebounds and 50 pointson early tournament favorite be- Breaux was away and i chip-. den death play-off many tournament is what lot of fans come
to see and this one was no exception. Miami's Breaux
Harvey ,
the front line. But, just as the arrival of Art Heyman sparked
shot brilliant second and third rounds to the Bob Milton and
the Pipers to a title surge last season, McHartley appearsto
Dex Murray. Bob Milton, with a hot hand on the first playoffhole
have been the missing link for Pollard's quintet
tapped in a four footer, while Dex and Harv missed short
The Floridians took over the
one's also. I didn't get the officials attendance but rm sure
nesota 131-126 In a game played at St. Louis, Mo. ;
those many people who saw the finish, really enjoyed them-
The Eastern Division race remains a four-team dogfightwith
selves and the tournament. Congrats are in order for the
Minnesota a half game off the Floridian pace, Kentucky
11/2 games back and Indiana 2 games out of the lead. committee who organized this year's tournament. They did a

Minnesota, with Super Star Connie Hawkins scheduled to most outstanding job, and r m quite sure that they will have no

r miss two more weeks of play with a torn cartilege in his right problems in getting players for next year's events.

knee, has lost eight of Its last 11 games. The Pipers are 12-19 Speaking of events during the tournament, Iran into several
since Miami began its drive to the top. Interesting people. A few years ago, there was a night club
manager around town,with the nickname of.Bennie the Bum."

_ Bennie came to play in the tournament;but after a pretty good
first round, he decided to soak up the sunshine on the beaches

rather than on the golf course. Benny is currently coownerof
Norman McBride, a two-time AllWesternAthleticConference the Supper Club in Philly,He made the statement that Miami
defensive star at the University of Utah has signed a con-
needs to get back in the supper club business. So, as a hint to
tract with the Miami Dolphins. McBride was the fourth draft
all you club goers, don't be surprised if in the very near future -
choice of the in the recent session
college drafting
you see the announcement that "the Bum" is opening in
and he is the first of the draftees to
new sign a contract. la
Miami. And being the type of guy he is, Miami will be in fora
add!:Ion to twice being an all-conference selection, McBridewas
great club and some swinging entertainment. Hurry Benny!
further honored by being picked to play for the West In Also around
during the tournament was Jessie Ferguson,
.. the East-West Game in San Francisco In December. A de-
c. Shirley Butler and a couple of other members of the Outer
_ fensive end at Utah, McBride Is expected to be a linebacker Limits. The group was formerly the Gospel Jazz Caravan.
prospect with the Dolphins. He is six-foot-three 235-pounds
What Jessie
was to change the name of the group, change a
and will be 22 on February 21. a
couple of singers, change record companies, added a combo
and put the show on the road.For the next couple of weeks the

BISCAYNE DOG TRACK CLOSES MARCH 5 _____m___ group will be making appearances in the South Florida area;
while they wait the release of their latest on Atlantic. And
Biscayne dog track, with some ten days left of its 1968-69 Billy Young, freshman forward on the Miami- just In case you missed them in one of their appearances, you

.' fall-winter season, will close out the meeting with two headliners Dade Junior College Southbasketbal l Ilteam I , has can catch them on Ed Sullivan's Show soon.The Outer Limits'are
r... _. final action and the final of the 42nd
the semi
been named to the South Florida Junior College All. really out to reach the outer limits.
Annual,Biscayne Derby -- sixteen greyhounds successful
Star Team. The Bulls of Northwestern proved a point to south Floridaby
: I the elimination trials hook-up this weekend and the Derby
downing the Conchs of Key West at' home however the
:. ,. semi-final, Saturday night, March 1. The 1,815 foot test will Young' is one of five players from DivisknlVselected" { sport writers of North Florida were not impressed; with, the .

determine' which eight greyhounds earn a starting assignment I to participate in the All-Star game this i Bulls. With the GMAC title tucked safely away,the Bulls pace

: in the Derby Final scheduled for, the closing night's program ,Saturday, Mar. 1 at 7 ,p.m. at Ft.. Pierce, The game the district playoff this week-end, the regional play-off the

1; on March 5. between North and South All-Stars II be ,a preli- 'following, and the big one on the 14and 15 of March. How gooda
: into the last two events it that L. L.'s
Going Doug
appears tournament team the Bulls
Junior are, only time will tell. Their
:1 minary to College State Championshipgame
: winner of the $25,000 Irish-American Championship will be remaining games will be and before
away; larger crowds.
favored to take another stakes event. beyig played,that evening in. the Indian River Baring injuries, the Bulls stand a good chance; but can they

L. L.'s Doug, a Mexican greyhound, came to Biscayne forf' gymnasium. do it? I like their chances; but I have a couple of reservations -

the All-Florida Championship earned $7,500 second prize Billy, a'product' of Miami Jackson High, completed .

f' money. The All-American racer came back to earn $11,000 his first season with the Jaquars averaging Another sad 'note, 'I lost another friend last week. To the
for his Irish-American victory.A family and friends
Darrell Dorsett
my deepest sympathy.
victory, in the 42nd annual Derby would make L. ,L.'s Doug 15.2 points and 8 rebounds per ball game. "He is a Sportsman of the week: Joel Scott even an all around
the top money 'winner at Biscayne during the past 105-night 'fine player "with good moves and should 'be an asset athlete can't play all the games.

session for next year's team"stated his coach Julie Cohen. Until the tournament remain a Rood sport.




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than just taking 3074 NW Id STREET BROKER
It may require selling the president of the Natbnal As- EVES: 949-05B7 0 R 226.1431
seller on price and terms that sociation for theAdvancementof 693-4772 I IF NO ANS. 754-6733 ...
saleable. Colored People will speak
here Sunday, March 2. Mr. FHA-CBS. 2 bdrms, 1 bath, vynl (firs, Igt corner,
There is one thing, however,
room to build. $9,000, $300 down. $74 month.
that I may often feel like doingbut Kaplan will address the Dade MERCHANTS WHO ADVERTISE IN THE
never allow myself to do, County Branches of the : FHA-CBS. bdrms, IK baths, built-in kited, lovelyarea.
and that is telling an owner NAACP at First Baptist TIMES ARE TELLING'YOU THEY $14,000, $1,000 down, $96.39 month.
is too I
that his price high.
FHA3 bdrms, 1 bath, gar, porch, Igt grounds.
prefer to await an appraisalby p.m.locka., 15700 NW 22 Ave.,Opa- THEY ARE COURTEOUS, DEPENDABLE. $12,500. $500 down. $88.98 month.

FHA or a bank, an impar-
tial outside party. Then, lithe Mr. Kivie Kaplan, age 64 PLEASE PATRONIZE THEMI I I"I FHACBS.. 3 bdrms, 1 bath, 2-car gar. Extras.
property is shown to be overpriced of Chestnut Hill, Mass is married $16,000. $600 down. $114.19 mo.

the owner doesn't to Emily R. Kaplan. His FHA-CBS. 3 bdrm, 1 bath, Flo rm, !liv rm, din rm,
blame me for having told him affiliations with the NAACP ', kltch.I ut. rm, cpt., vynl (Irs, tilt rf. $17,500.
that the place isn't worth as include: member, executive \< $1200 down, $120.36 mo.
much as he asked for It.Whena committee, board of directors; REALTV""
prospective buyer asks the member, budget committee, FHA-CBS. 3 bdrm, 2 baths, Fla rm, gar. Tilt rf,
price, I reply that the"askingprice" board of directors; former choice altO, lovely grounds. $21,000. $1775 dwn.
national chairman, life membership $146.82 mo.FHACBS. .
is such and such but I MOKE ::
the seller may consider a commitee; and past Tilt rf, ttrr. fill 5 bdrms, 2 baths,
lower offer and that the priceis member, executive commit- I: ';; library, liv rm, 2 modern kitch, din rm, ut & workrm
subject to appraisal. That tee, NAACP Legal Defenseand OPEN 7 DAYS. <\ : excellent location, can also bt home and in *
takes the heat off at the other Educational Fund. >', > come. $21,000, $1200 down, $146.82 month.
Some of his civic and religious -
end.One advantage of Income affiliations are: mem- : WILL SELL FOR FHA VALUATION WE HAVE OTHERS

property over houses is ber board of trustee, Newton- I 9520 NW 13th Avt. Beautiful corner home on

that the figures speak for Wellesley Hospital; member I double lot too. Fla room, open front porch, tile
themselves. If the cash flow' National Panel of Arbitrators, I roof, central heat and air conditioning, owning,
(return on cash Invested) is American Arbitration Asso- awning windows, built-in stove, fenced yard with AUTO INSURANCE f
too low, it is easy to show the ciation Treasurer, B'nai B'- ,: sprinkler system, nice efficiency apt. for income, Low Premium Rates A," r ...
figures to the owner and ex- rith Vocational Commission; I too.Abuy at $18,000 FHA, $800 down, $127.53 mo. Low Monthly Payments u
what and vice chairman, Union of ,
plain ,
they mean, point
out either that the price is too American Hebrew Congrega- SELLER WILL PAY CLOSING COSTS; :' \ Immediate SR-22 Filings ,

high or that the "terms" tions; member Social Action 3 bedroom, 2 bath horn on NW 86th $1, near 24thAv OFFICE HOURSt '
(amount of cash down and the Commission, Union of American *. Very large Flo room, 'panel led wall, awnings ' Mon. Thru Frl. 930-7iOO
mortgage arrangements for Hebrew Congregations and windows gas heat, reverse cycle air conditioner Sat. 9t30-4tOO ;,

the balance) need improve- trustee, Temple Israel, Bos- !, lovely rear patio with bar-be-qwe, stove, BROWN REALTY & INSURANCE AGENCY
ment. The return on Income ton, Mass. refrigerator, FHA price $18,000, $800 down',
property should be about 15% Among his cultural and philanthropic $127.53 month. 4740 NW 7th Avenue

This refers only to cash flow. affiliations are: 754-0655
There are two other forms of board of directors, Hebrew 4 WILL SELL FOR FHA VALUATION
Income provided by income Free Loan Society; life trus4 4 1792 NW 49th St. Corner 3 bedroom, 2 baths wuwuwJ

property: equity build-up and tee Combined Jewish Phil- CBS. Tile roof, drapes, wall to wall carpeting,
tax savings. We will discuss anthropies; board of trustees, appliances. FHA valuation has been applied for FOR GENE KEMP
them in a future column whenwe Lincoln University, Lincoln and seller will sell for FHA price) OR DOTTIE BRADLEY

come back to Income University, Penn.; and Board ((1)) 3283 NW 52nd St.- bedroom. $35Q dwn.
of trustees
property and its many advan- TougalooCollege, WILL SELL FOR FHA VALUATION, ,'.' (-;
tages over other forms of in- Tougaloo, Mississippi. ;tf. ((2)) 2 bedroom, FHA $300 down.
vestment.One His awards and honors include 3101 NW; .9th Ave. Modern CBS-duplex. 2 btd- ;
of rooms, each tide Tile| roof,awning windows, t'?.'*
way of listing properties : honorary degree WE HAVE MANY OTHERS
both Income and Doctor of Laws, Wilberforce ratio floors, built-in kitchens, building only 9i! ,<
f :peari.old. FHA price I $19,500 $90Qdown137.91 INCOME
homes, is to study the classi- University, Wilberforce, maw
fied ads. We'll have a columnon Ohio; and Human Rights Veterans $100 Down
this, too. Award, Pittsburgh, Penn. NO RED TAPE MOVE IN!
About listing houses,a highly Mr. Kivie Kaplan will also Modern CBS In North Miami Beach. Tile roof, Ford Realty Inc. Broker
successful salesman has be interviewed in a press con- terrazzo floors, jalousie windows, gas heat, reverse ,
suggested the following ques- ference at the Deauville Hotel cycle air cond., stove, fenced yard. $4,000 3639 NW 15th Ave. 635-4595
tions: (1)) How much are you Saturday, 10 a.m. down and takeover 5%%. $9,530 mortgage. $73
asking? (2) Have YOU had any month pays everything.

offers? (3)))How long have you an ad most effectively? That Johnny Lee
had your house on tne mar- will be another column, but ':*," ,' : '
ket? (4) Have been ad- ,
you "
the thing to do is to emphasize : '.t tli
newspapers the good points in a way that Estate -t, '
We have several duplu..os. wellai' .5 and 6 unit
((5) Have you seen our ads in will ma ke the ad stand out ,
the papers? (6) May Hook among the other ads and attract buildings that. you:can.: buy with aJow.d.wlt'poy*; -J
through the house?(7)Why are readers. An alternativeway ment'and riosonabte'montbfy! I payments.. <,Have .Income ,;' 790 NW

you selling? ((8) Do you have of getting buyers is to mall andlive feat free;%too. Come. to, ..I.. :.;. ,; :

any loan (mortgage) commit- out a form letter to a mailing 54th St. R
ments? (9) Do you have deposit list of prospective buyers. WE HAVE MANY i MORE HOMES -

receipt forms? ((10) Will your We'll devote a column to this YOU CAN BUY ANY OF OUR FHA HOMES FOR "
husband be home at 6 p.m.? idea, too.CARD. $100 DOWN IF YOU ARE A VET 'OR BEING 758-9921

these questions.Theyweredesigned OF THANKSThe ,, OPEN SUNDAY 10 a.m. to'6 ....
', ''" < (' p.m.
especially for the : A :'f/4'>; '
FHA. 3249 NW 51st St.3
owner who is trying to sell his family of the late bedrooms,1 bath,
property by. himself, without Fla room, like new. Beautiful hardwood firs.,
the aid of a broker. There are Price $15,500. $600 down.
who departed this life Dec.22, .
many reasons why an owner
1968, acknowledges with deep / w FHA. 1919 NW 91st St. 2 bedrooms, 1 bath.
cannot sell his own propertyto 'BHOKEK
his best advantage. It paysto appreciation the kindnesses .. -. : ':,'fi Just painted. Beautiful I I hardwood floors,

tho sell It costs through the sales a broker commission even- shown ment. us Thanks during to our all bereave-who sent 4932: NW >tli. ;Ave, ';. stove and refrigerator. $10,500, $400 down.

Later,we will go into this flowers, cards, telegrams, <. "t' iPL "A': A yf''' ** BRAND NEW HOME. 3 bedroom, 2 bath, Fla
thanks to the ,
etc. Special '
matter in greater detail. roomgarage.Large walk in closets.
friends and neighbors of NW CAROL Beau,
A final word about getting : ,dry SHOPPING) CENTER tiful
\ .
65th Street. The names are too '. ,. area. $21,000. Only $2,000 down.
buyers. The usual Is to !; "
way numerous to mention.May God sure. act *: .; n 6266 ,:
advertise each type of property bless ....(0<'>,."' < '"... '" +, ..' *; 'J' .,
you have for sale and you. : rd\ ;;f :' 'ntlirt$'. ALSO OTHER NEW HOMES AVAILABLEE
hope for a response to produce l Ji< 'r' '.,,,,,,,,,. .h... ...JfA.; ........ ... < N.
buyers How to write The Family


30 TH MIAMI TIMES, Friday, February 28, 1969


CLASSIFIED I ADS painting, rug Cleaning, Excepting applications for COIN LAUNDRYFOR

and installing floor waxing and various Jobs -- experiencedXR SALE
minor plumbing free esti-
20 WORDS OR LESS $2.00. IOC FOR EACH ADDITIONAL WORD. mate. Reasonable. (Mar. 21)) technicians, technicians Fla. licens- Wonderful opportunity to live/

DEADLINE FOR CLASSIFIED ADS TUESOAY 6 P. M. 634-8878. secretaries Fla. licensed, X-R medical technologists ,- and work in pleasant rest .
well area. New equip
FOR SALE FOR SALE HELP WANTED Thousands of poor peopleand kitchen, men, pot washer, and ment. Good potential./

Take over payments, G.E. CAROL CITY. Modern 4 bed- others: !) will be flocking tothe porters. Excellent salariesand Terms to qualified party.

color TV. Goodyear, service room, 3 bath CBS, Terrazzo HELPWANTED new non-profit grocery mar- liberal benefits. Apply at Phone
stores 900 Blvd. FEMALE ket at 1274 NW 62nd St. 534- :
Biscayne floors, Jalousie windows,2 RC the Personnel dept., Monday
377-8321. (Feb. 28) air-conditioners and central WANTED TO LIVE-IN 8171 through Friday, 10 a.m. to 2 621-9625
Prefer widow between 5060to
heat. Large fenced yard and p.m. 4300 Alton Read, Miami
be part of family. Every Get 6th grado" mJy for
GOOD USED CLOTHING patio FHA $800 down TUBIN your Beach.
Sold for the whole family. Realtors, 7906 NW 7th Ave. need taken care of including Junior high modern mathema- (always have been an equal
clothes and minor doctor bills,
tics. Private tutoring service
Open 10 to 6 Tuesdays thru 691-4785. but not hospitalization. Not certified teacher. Phone 681- opportunity employer)

Saturday. CLOTHES RACK, 3 bedroom CBS home. Income asking for work horse, but 1548. (Mar. 20)) .
14122 NW 27th Avenue. 685-
with three
and swimming pool. All appliances someone to help
0322. (M. 14)
daughters and house work. 1iiititI
and 3
completely furnished WANTED: Bs
honest '
must be
Own room,
FHA $800 down. $128 Be Black
t DADE CAMERA CENTERat and Weekends off JOBS
1708 NW 36th Street, is now month. TUBIN Realtors, 7906 and some dependable.afternoons. Free to Be BeautifulBe Men and Women rtjrC $
for sale. Good inventory, low NW 7th Avenue. 6914785. Brilliant 18 to 65'
have friends visit. Prefer a
12 this street. Tom Washington Cleaners Start high $4680 first
rent, years on as as
black in order to have
221 NW 63 St. 2 bedrooms lady my U. S. Citizens only.
Priced right, Good opportunity. 1342 NW 62nd Street year.
children learn by personal experience -
Grammar school education
enclosed porch. Good HAS
Studio space. No phone 691-9649
that they can love usually! sufficient. Keep
... location. Special price$8,950.
calls please See while IMMEDIATEOI1ENINGS
of your present lob
Sam.FE. anyone any color. $100 a
( 21) No qualifying. Call today for training. Low monthly
month to start.
details. Aetna RealtyBroker( ) DRAPERIEStaken tuition payments. For free
information and list ofpositions FOR
811 NW 54th
INVESTMENT 757-5724.Open MUSICIAN. First Baptist down, cleaned, decorator for which we

OPPORTUNITY 7 days. Church, of Brownsville. 4600 folded and rehung.Drap- train, mall coupon to JANITORSPART
17 UNITS (ALL FURNISHED) ery rods installed.LUSTRA/ ALPHA, 905 Buena Vista
This is a chance to give your- 7018 NW 4th Ave. FHA $12- NW 23rd Avenue.S. TONE DRAPERY SERVICE. Station, Miami, Fla. 33137. TIME NIGHTS

self a good Income oppor- 500 $400 down (Vets and 221 887-8022 NAME:. Good Pay
tunity. Take advantage of this people $100)). $89.72 month. L. J. outlet grocery store, Fringe Benefits

excellent Investment of these No closing costs. CBS, 2 bed- 5801 NW 22nd Avenue wantsa ..ADDRESSICITY Apply in Person:

17 units. One me,rtgage. Callus room dollhouse. Bring money! retired man to work full time 300% increase in shoppers :
309 NW 2nd
for all de ta 11 s. Fenster Aetna Realty (Broker) 811NW in store. Apply at 6 p.m. any- avoiding inflation nonprofit AVENUE
54th St.7575724. Open 7 days. day. STATEPHONEI M/F 3 p.m. to 6 p.m.
Realty, Broker, 759-8779. markets. (New store open
March 7, 1969. 1274 NW 62nd :_AGE:- (indef)
1351 NW 51st Terrace CBS, $4400 total pricel! Terms! Lane's Barber Shop. 926 Street. 534-8171. (Mar. 6))

2 bedroom, Fla. room, oak New! Jalousies! 8910 NW 21st NW 22nd Avenue. Wants an
Ct. 534-8171. (Mir 7) apprentice or master barber.
floors, tile roof, FHA$12,500,
$400 down. No closing costs Call W. J. Thomas at 373- SISTER OLGA $350 DOWN FHA DIPLOMAT HOTELNow
The lady from the miracle 1867 NW 46th Street
Clean whistle. 2 9558.
(vets and 221 people $100) as a Lovely
land, gifted reader and advi- Lovely 2 bedroom CBS, Hiring
bedroom 1 bath
Atena dining room,
Hurry Hurry Hurry
sor will solve problem: freshly painted Inside and FEEDER-FOLDERS
Realty, (Broker) 757-5724, 811 wall to wall carpeting, awn- Elderly lady who needs home any out.
NW 54th St. Open 7 days. ings, fence, stove and refrigerator for child care only. Monthly you have, no matter what. Laundry experience needs>
salary. 691-0134. Problems such as love, nur- FHA TERMS We with
FHA $9800 total. $89 sary. are on a par
month pays all. $300 down. riage, health, etc. First time 1301 NW 99th Street local pay.
3 BEDROOM 2 BATH aboutto here In United States she invites 3 bedrooms 1H baths Fla
Rimco, Inc., Realtors, 821- HELP WANTED. We are HOUSEMENNo
"No qualifying" this 4 years 4511. take over the operation of a you to come and see her. room, plus efficiency apt.
beautiful homo including On lot. Plus experience necessary.Day .
young 48 2-bedroom apartment com- She will answer one free ques- corner ex
tra lot. Well kept I lawn hours-uniform-tips
drapes, awnings, wall to CBS 3 bedrooms, 1 bath, Fla. plex and will have a good job tion over the phone. She will fenced. Many extras.
wall carpet, built in oven and heal the sick. She will make HOTEL MAIDS
Heat and open for a MANAGER. The
room, dining room.
.. range, plus many extras.Takeover ill conditioning. Storagehouse i pay will be good, in addition you feel that you are some- 3516 NW 10th AVENUE Wewill train If you're alert.
S present mt/rtgage.$4,000 body again. For appointmentsand Vacant. No qualifying.Move Highest hotel tips.
t\ in rear. Shown week.. to an apartment. The work involves pay
down payment. Excellent in. Large bedroom
directions call 758-5915
terms, Drive by 1059 NW 73rd ends all day. 2388 NW 88th light maintenance and CBS. Small downpayment.ALLAPATTAH BUS BOYS
collecting rent. If you are interested -
St. then call Fenster Realty, St. 691-8118. or know of anyone REALTY, Must be experienced.

Broker, 759-8779. else who might be, please call SEWING MACHINE Realtors Apply Personnel Office only

FOR RENT 443-3737. 1968 zigzag portable. Zigzag 633-0426 Lower Lobby 10.12 or 2.4 p.m.
CHURCH I 1 1 PROPERTY slightly used. No attachments -

Large area 125 x 143 suitablefor needed to mono- --
3 bedroom house for
rent. gram, overcast, make but-
wanted. 691-
lot Beauty operator
church. Large home on 1826 NW 84th St. Call 635- ton holes, controls built In.
at present but can beconverted 2937. 9392 or 751-7449. (Feb. 28) Sews with 1 or 2 needles. FEMALE HELP WANTED

for church use must be Full price $31.84 or assume Flatwork feeders and folders. Earn extra money. We

seen to appreciate on NW 70th payments of $3.10 high school students 18 Full time
Rooms for rent in a private monthly For free home accept years ofcge. ,
St. near 7th Avenue. CallJean home. Men only. 1081 NW 61st MISCELLANEOUS demonstration, call) Credit part time, 4 p.m. to 8 p.m., 8 a.m. to 12 noon, 12 noon

Fenster for appointment to Street. PL 8-4164 Do you have time on your Mgr. until 9 p.m. No obli to 8 p.m. Good wages, full benefits, no experience,
show. Fenster Realty, Broker hands? You don't know whatto gation. If toll, call collect! we teach you. No phone calls please. Ask for Mr.

759-8779. Furnished efficiency.279312NW do? Please donate your 9223528. Findley, National Linen Service, 1950 NW 1st Ave

43rd Ter. 6911189. time to us and help fight Leu-
3 bedroom 2 bath beauty -
kemia, too! Call Leukemia

carporte, hardwood floors, Room. Quiet.Reasonable rent, Society of America 373-2624. 1968SINGER

nice location, near schools, for middle age man. Prefer- (Mar. 8) CONSOLES HELP WANTED
bus. FHA $17,500 call for II g h t I y used zigzag In METRO DADE COUNTY
able that works
one during day
all information, etc. Fenster 759-3360. Month of MARCH is Leukemia stylish cabinet. Makes but DEPT. OF HOUSING AND URBAN DEVELOPMENT
ton holes, sews on buttons,
Realty, Broker, 759-8779. month volunteers needed to monograms,appliques I ,overcasts IMMEDIATE EMPLOYMENT CONSIDERATION

Partly furnished apartmentand visit neighbors please call and blind hem stitch. REHABILITATION
All without attachments.All .
2424 NW 4' St. CBS 3 bed- room. No children. 1116 Leukemia Society of America controls built In. Full INSPECTOR ESTIMATORSStarting

room, 2 bates, Phone 634- NW 51st Terrace. 373-2624. (Mar. 8) price$52.20 or assume payments salary $7,758 per year

5057 after 6 p.m. of $6 monthly. For Applicants must be high school graduate. Min. age 23.
3048 NW 67th Street. bed- Expert tailoring, upholsteringand free home demonstration 5 yrs. supervisory experience In building construction,
room, unfurnished apartment. alterations call from 7 a.m call Credit Mgr. until 9 pm. or urban renewal code enforcement. Acceptable college
No qualifying, no red tape. Weekly $21. Immediate occupancy until 758-1153. No obligation. If toll, call coursework may substitute for the experience on a

Move right in. Modern CBS. call Mr. Gross 444- collect..9223528. (indf) year-four-year basis.BENEFITS INCLUDE

2 bedroom 1 bath, Fla. room, 6126 or Mr. Colmer 633-8035 10 paid holidays per yr. 2 wks paid vacation
garage beautiful landscaped.Fine A NEW KINDERGARTEN SERVICE 10 days paid sick leave Promotional opportunity'
Tuition refund
Insurance hospitalization
neighborhood. Close to
f. Offered Mr. Wilson
bus, school. $1600,cash down. 1 bedroom CBS Apt. $19.00 by APPLY WITH RESUME)

Take over. FHA mortgage at 1 bedroom CBS duplex $18.00 24 HOUR SERVICE MODEL CITY OFFICE
low Interest of 6207 NW 27th Ave, Miami I Tel. 693.4302
% $117 2 bedroom CBS duplex $30.00 AND ALL DAY SATURDAY & SUNDAY Open Monday-Friday, 8 a.m. to 7 p.m.

Pacific month pays Realtors all. 666-0411 Atlantic and Efficiency, 2 people only $17 Going Out Tonight? A cants.personal Interview II be arranged qualified' appli-

DEPOSIT REQUIRED We will keep your little ones and babies till the hour

WEST REALTY requested to return them to you. Free pick up and de-
Seller pays closing cost.Very 2020 NW 62nd Street livery. Call 693.0481..

"-" nice 3 bedroom 1 bath CBS. (Open 9-12 noon) Location: Rear of the Church, 9009 NW 20th Ave. Be A Nursing AssistantWANT
Beautiful marble floor. Will
be pihted inside and outside Large front room for working THE YOUNG LAND I O.) S. A.

I FHA $250 down $83 month, w man. 4758 NW 21st Ave. ACAREER WITH A FUTURE ?
veteran or displaced person Call after 6 p.m.
Register now for7:00-10:00&9:00-42: :: noon classes
'( $100 down, drive by 1784 NW 5 yr..Service Guarantee 3KANDNE I \*
63rd St. Phone 666-0411, tot 2 bedroom apartment for rent We alsotrain male students

see inside, Atlantic and Pa- all utilities paid. Deposit re- O VAyjUM CLEANERSPECIAL
quired. Brownsville area.Call l HELP WANTED Experienced graduates of Dade
cific Realtors. PRICE and Broward School for Nursing Assistants. Call
'l 634-0875 after 4 p.m. Adults 9474352.

,'- only. [$1850EASY

: FHA $450 down. $100 month
:' ___ TERMS
., 3 bedroom CBS. Utility room, Dade; & Broward

r" appliances. Tile floors, jalou-, CHILDCARE w: 7 Rug ft. toe Free Home Demonstration

sie windows, awnings, freshly Up h. attachment No Obligation/ Nurses Registry
41;+ painted inside and out.Ride Childcare ages from 6 Ext. wandsCrevice

by 3031 NW,163rd St. and call months to 5 years. Free pickup tool CAU-625-J26J

: TUBIN Realtors, 7906 NW and delivery. For further ABBEY DOMESTIC 15982 N.. W. 27th Avenue 947-4352 945-8912

.1"'j'I) 7th Ave.. 691-4785., 'information call 758-2472..

THE MIAMI TIMES, Friday, February 28, 1969 31 ..

r Blacks Need Power Ta (Control Their Destinies ,

CHICAGO. .- Some 1,200 Christian! educators came Vivian asked. "Niggers -- all of you are niggers In termsof
last week and met a Black community sharply divided powerlessness." If the Church really wants to help the poor, It,will forget
over whether to welcome them or urge them to go back But other Black leaders welcomed the "cultural enrichment programs" and "dialogue" and
home. least in part. begin to assist the poor in gaining the power they need to
The annual 'meeting of the Division of Christian Education For example, conference members won some praisefor control their own destinies," Dr. Hargraves said.
of'the' National Council of Churches was held In scrapping their scheduled program one afternoon and The'conference was designed to lift up the situation
Chicago so that conference participants -- most of them going in masse to an open hearing on welfare problems both the problems and the internal resources groups
from small cities -- could see first hand what the problems sponsored by several Chicago community groups. muster to meet these problems .. of the Black, Appalachian -
of the urban centers are. The Rev. Ed Reddick, director of research and Interpretation White, Spanish-speaking and Original American

But many Black leaders felt by choosing the "most for Operation Breadbasket,who hosted the hear (Indian) groups In Chicago.Of .
segregated city In the United States,"andahotel that was ing, told the conference that "It Is a thrill to see this these groups, the Original Americans claimed tobe
the scene of battles during the Democratic National Con kind of support for the kind of efforts we are making to the most invisible. For example, at the welfare hearing,
create a free speakers repeatedly claimed their oneness with
truly society Spanish-
site for their
vention, as meeting, the churchmen were
compromising with an Immoral power structure. And while not praising or condemning the conference speaking and poor white residents of the city .. but not
location, several prominent Black leaders did addressthe one mentioned the Indians .. an omission not lost on the
The Rev. C. T. Vivian, associate director of the Urban meeting. Indian delegates present.
Training Center, for example, walked out of the meeting The Rev. Dr. Archie Hargraves, associate professorof Wanted or not, the conference apparently did serve Its
during his own speech after charging that the Church Is urban mission at the Chicago Theological Seminary, purpose of opening the eyes of the 1,200 participants.
still not ready to confront racist structures. was keynote speaker.He "My conscience has been mangled,"one white minister
"This is a tough day for an honest man," Mr. Vivian told the churchmen that "the popular Idea that Ger- said. "I Just have to quit fooling around and go back home
said. "I'm in a dilemma. I have no business here; you man, Polish, Irish and Jewish Immigrants to America and do something."
have no business here.We cannot hear each other. You are earned their way in society because of hard work: and The conference members adopted resolutions backing
talking about 10 jobs at the Hilton to make up for the corruption conformity Is a myth." Project Equality'interfaith program to promote fair _
of an entire city. Virtually all minority groups won their rights by"bat hiring practices by refusing todobusine with discrimi-
"When will the church wake up and use its power?" Mr. tling their way up, swimming through a sea of violence." natory organizations .. and calling for Improved welfare

Miamian Develops New Mortgage 1 Carver

Ranches Your Income Tax

Concept For MinoritiesLee

NewsBy J50

Black,first black mort- ing mortgage correspondents Walter Bo*-:| ,uP
gage broker In the state, has from the areas Involved, Individuals t
invented a program develop who know the neigh- Mrs. Mary Saunders of 4200 4
mortgage correspondentsamong borhoods and the people who SW 25th St. was awarded the
minority groups In urban live in them, makes good business Citizen of the year award by
areas that the Federal National sense." the Hollywood Clvltan Club
Mortgage Associationhas "At the same time, we will Sunday night at the Hollywood
embraced with open arms. be achieving socially desirable Beach Hotel. She was selectedby
The Fanny May would createa ends, helping put minority the committee for being the
new category of persons who representatives into most outstanding person from
I Information
deal with It in the purchaseand business for themselves. seven other nominees. Mrs. FREE stamps,
sale of mortgages to be We're going to provide advisory Saunders has worked In the forms, envelopes
called "loan correspondents. and supervisory services Carver Ranches area for over
The capital required by during the early stages of development 20 years. She is the founder
these persons would be $5- ," Mr. Lapin said, of the: Carver Ranches Civic The Taylors Since 1941
000, compared with the$100- "and because of this, we feel Club and the Home Owners
000 normally required by the able to reduce our capital re- Association U. S. Rep. J. 1080 N.W. 54th St757-4827
Government sponsored,pri- .k quirement.. Herbert Burke was the main .
vately owned concern.In LEE BLACK The program at first will speaker at the annual brotherhood -
announcing the program involve 10 individuals, who dinner. (l'* 28)
before a conference of the declared: have not yet been selected, The VFW Post No.8195w1ll cxsooo*
United Mortgage Bankers of "Our objective is to provide two each for Fanny May's five hold its regular meeting Sun,
America, Inc., a Negro organization mortgage financing for all regional offices in Atlanta day at 5 p.m. The ladies aux- JOIN NOW!
Fanny May's residential areas, including Chicago, Dallas, Los Angelesand liary is asked to be present ata AND SUPPORT THE
president, Raymond H.Lapin, Inner-city areas.Develop- Philadelphia. Most will be Joint meeting at the post
black, but other minority home Sunday, at 6:30: p.m. Carver YMCAMembership
groups, such as Mexican- There will be night classesat
Americans, will be represent Carver Ranches Elementary
White Priest Quits DriveCall
ed. School starting next Mon-
A somewhat similar cor- day night. Contact Mr. Alfred
respondent program for rural Watkins for Information. 696.0231.Send your membership to
Church To Wed areas has been in existencefor Members In veterans hospital
5770 NW 15th AVENUE
some time, but has never are: Comrade Ralph Sey-
grown very large. mour and Comrade Eugene Youth $3.00 Teenage $5.00 Adult $10.00

Black Mom Of 9 Cisrow. L Family 25.00 Century $100.00

PHILADELPHIA. white Shepherd's best man, Pants Made In 3 Days '
Jones is a Negro,and
Episcopal clergyman has resigned George ,
from the ministry and the matron of honor, Mrs. $5 DownTV's
married the divorced motherof Catherine Hagerty, Is white. $1095 Up :: :
nine who Is a Negro. Jones and Shepherd now
The former minister, William work for the city's Commis-

Shepherd, 39, and Mrs. sion on Human Relations. '
Dolores Jones, 40, were mar I I 'f 1Ji9'1ers

ried in Fairhlll Presbyterian MAIL HANDLERS TAYLORS P4RISIAN TAILORS ,..
.,. 61E:4
Church Monday. Church law 00 : pr.
1080 NW.54th STREET
banned them from marryingIn NEEDEDThe .
an Episcopal church. WOOLENS 757-4827 g
Board of U. S. Civil. NEW EASTER
Under church rules,Episcopalians
Service examiners are re-
may be divorced cruiting Mail Handlers for Miami
only under certain circumstances Post Offices. ...
and they must wait a To apply:Submit Card Form Men and Women 16 through 21
year after the final decree before the title of :!
remarrying. Mrs. Shep- examination 5000-AB, showing number of this Out of school and out of work :1L1L: }

herd's decree from her first announcement ( # AT- --
husband on grounds of deser- 148-13(69)), and the Post Office JOIN
tion was handed down Feb. for which you are apply STEREOS

14. ing. For applications contact: JOB CORPS
Shepherd said he was obliged Boardof
to leave the ministry because ..
Service Examiners
he was breaking canon U. S. ---- 'fill in coupon and moil today------__
Km 804, 51 SW First I 1I I & FURNITURE

law.Mrs.. Shepherd worshippedat Ave., Miami. I I I would like to |loin the Job Corps. 1I I II 1 iI 1I

St. Bar nab Episcopal
as I
Church, where Shepherd once GUESTS SPON SORED I H 011I t. _____ I II 1I I 3790900PHONE
served as vicar. BY EOPI I
Mrs. Shepherd,attending I Address-* I BETWEEN 1 a.m. & 10 p.m.
Temple University on a full Members of the cast of"A -Teltphont.: I Sundays Included
scholarship, plans to teach so- Thousand Clowns" personally 1 I II
cial studies in a Junior high greeted 50 teenagers at the I Stnd to: ...- I II F&M
school after receiving her degree Friday night performance of I I TV
in December. "A Thousand Clowns" at the j Ij MRS. LEON EARLES :I

Seven of her nine children North Miami Playhouse. 'j 425 E 9th St.,
NW 5th
Following the performance, ,4851 Avon ut Miami, Florida
ranging in age from 11 to 19,
the cast was busy gl/ingauto- or call 757-5008 I
attended the wedding. "The
children really feel that graphs to the young people, I for mart information :

they're getting married,tou," some of whom had never seen : _., .. . . . . . ..
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