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Title: Miami Times
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Language: English
Creator: Miami times
Publisher: The Magic Printery
Place of Publication: Miami, Fla.
Publication Date: March 7, 1969
Spatial Coverage: United States -- Florida -- Dade -- Miami
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Sign For $300,000 : :

Bob Gibson signed a club- a little change, paid to Stan
record $125,000 contract and Musial in the closing seasons ,,; t

Vol. 46, No. 28 MIAMI, FLORIDA FRIDAY, MARCH 7, 1969 two other stars of the St.Louis of his career.
Cardinals signed for an esti- The other Cardinal stars ':

I if. Smith Seeks Miami Chief JobAll mated total of$175,000Mon- who agreed to 1969 terms 'I
day as the National League P were outfielders Curt Flood '1,
champions reduced their and Lou Brock.
holdout list to two short-
eyes were raised in the Monday were Lt. Col. Paul defensive :
stop Dal Maxvill and second Flood, the league's top
examination room on Monday Denham, acting chief of police baseman outfielder and a .301-
when Miami Police Lieutenant since Walter E. Headley died Julian Javier. .
is believed
t hitter last season,
Gibson, the NL's most val-
Leroy Smith showed up in November.
to have settled for $88,000
uable player in 1968 when he
to take the examination for Others included Majors
Brock who batted .279
had a 22-9 record and a 1.12 "
chief of police. Adam Z. Klimkowski, W. W. .
M and stole 62 bases, is under-
The 15 other policemen of Harries (who retired last earned run average, agreed to lit )k
stood to haveagreedto$87000 ,- ;
the highest salary ever paid a
various rank obviously month), and Newell Hone. '
The Each had been negotiating ",
Cardinal. previoushigh ,
thought this was strictly ,a Five captains also took the -- ---- '
white man's job,but just as ob- test: Kenneth E, Fox, Robert was$100,000,give or takePLAN BOB GIBSON for $100,000. ;: \1.

viously, Lt. Smith thought he Knight, Sherman Holland,
was just as good and as smarta James Minix, Keith Wilson, "
cop as they were. Lt. Smithis Frank Morrow and a Detec- Construction Costs Forces Black Skyjacker : :;\ J
a community relations tive Sgt. Edward Edmunds.
specialist assigned to the City Four other persons, whj Faces Death, :I :

Manager's office.So are not Miami policemen,tookit
did 30 other police offic- too: Jack Tuckfield, a Mi- Urban Renewal Prices UpThe Sentence 1
ers at 11 locations throughoutthe LT. LEROY SMITHAt ami-Dade Junior College '
United States in the first instructor who formerly pricetag onDade'ssecond Haley Sofge, director of the The FBI in Atlanta has
round of the International As- worked with the Sheriffs De- charged a 22-year-old Negroman
least one man will be Urban Renewal projecthas Housing and Urban Develop-
sociation of Chiefs of Police recommended by the IACP to partment; Sheriffs Capt. jumped $500,000 since Metro ment, said the Little HUD Advisory -' with the hijacking of an
Eastern Airlines to Ha-
search for a candidate for the City Manager Melvin Reese Richard Plager; Sam Klein- commissioners awarded the Board would also wantto
post.The for the $24,200 a year job. field, a former assistant state contract Nov. 20 to Urban Systems review the case before ap- vana Tuesday.
t' IACP will hold inter- attorney; and Clarence E. Development Corp. proving the higher rents. Lorenzo Edward-Ervin, of
views in late March with those Reese will then elect whom- Hall, formerly a detective assigned "We'd have to be sure that Chattanooga, Term., was IJ ill t
persons who scored in the top ever he wants for the job. to Reese's and the city The rents will have to go up, the first price given was a charged with aircraft piracy 1,
20 per cent of the testing. Among those taking the test attorney's office. too, to a minimum of $123 a realistic one," Sofge said. and kidnapping the 67 pas-

month. on te 151 three and Urban Systems told the sengers aboard, the plane .,'
four. bed room apartments Little HUD Board Oct. 29 thatit which had just left Atlanta for r ,

I (UM Student Cleared Of Rope ChargeThe 'planned persons to on house 6.6 acres lower of income,land, townhouses would build and the garden complex apart-of Miami. . / \

the firm's housing consultantsaid ments at NW 17th Street and If Ervin returns to the
-- -' charges.The Monday. Fourth Avenue for an estimated United States he faces a possi- \
Dade County Jury
freed a black University of Mi- T-fl 18-year-old girl's mo- Metro and federal officials $2,045,000. ble death sentence. \

ami student Tuesday who had ther also notified theStateAt- said, meanwhile. that they'll t'' ,
been accused of raping a white torney's Office that "she does have to take a close look at '
cped(after a pot party on the not want to prosecute,"Good- the revised mortgage requestand Churches Launch OfC
campus. hart said. rent schedules before ap-'
./"' Merlin R. Curry, 21, was The girl accused him of assaulting proving them, I
freed on $7,500 bond only last he; aftar'threatening "We' )
don't want to be the Fund Drive With $775
Thursday after being jailed her with arazor. "t stumbling block on these Ur- :
1' since January 6, the night he' Cum said that he and the ban Renewal projects, but Tm '1- t
was arrested.Curry/is an orphan girl, and another woman getting a little tired of people Dade's Opportunities Indus- Church and chairman of the 'l
with distant relatives in classmate, had smoked marijuana bidding one thing and then trialization Center's drive for OIC fund-raising effort said
Key West and New York City. together in the past. 'coming, in with an increase," money from the black corn- "we were certainly ,pleasedwith
Calvin Mipp.argued that the He also said the coed had said ,Billy Wilcox, local director unity to open up the pro the support these groups
state did not have evidence t l'MERLIN 4 begged him to get marijuanaa for the Federal Hous- gram's first job training demonstrated on Saturday. It 1
enough to prove that a crime couple of hours before she ing Authority. school was launched this week. shows that they are quite con-
had been committed.The CURRY accused him of rape. Curry OIC, patterened after Rev. cerned about the problem of )
jury refused to Indict said he simply made a phone Wilcox said,however,that if Leon Sullivan's highly successful unemployment inDade County,
Curry after hearing a seriesof and wanted to drop the call and the marijuana was the increase is caused by a legitimate program in Philadelphia and want to do something aboutIt.
witnesses in the case. Dave Goodhart also had a sign delivered to his campus apart- increase in con- will attempt to train unemployed ." -
ed affidavit from the coed say' ment and he and the girl hada struction cost, "we'llapproveit. and underemployed OIC Steering Committee ;
Assistant State Attorney ing she did not want to testify private pot party. ." persons. It expects to train Chairman William Wynn said 1
150-200 persons in the next the contribution Indicated that < (
year. the "black community does
Boy Killed As soon as the fund-raising support our efforts of bring-
r 9 v f5 drive was announced, four ing OIC, centers, to Dade I
groups immediately pledgedor County." Now we have the
contributed $775 to the ef- monumental task of making I
Playing With fort. They included a$500 con- darn sure it works -- and it I
tribution from St. John's will work because the black
( a Church 1 a $75 contribution community is supporting it."I

father's GunAn fro m the Baptist Ministers The announced goal of $5- ,
Council, a $100 donation from 000 from the black commun- \
Mt. Sinai Baptist Church and ity is only a token .of the

eleven year-old boy.who another $100 gift from the money needed to open Dade'sfirst I
thought he was playing with an Christian Fellowship Baptist OIC Center. Wynn said
unloaded gun, died early Church. $150,000 would be needed to ,'
.Thursday morning from a Rev. Thedford Johnson, open the first center in June '\
bullet wound in the eye,police pastor of St. John's BaptistDr. as scheduled. I :

reported.Enoch Fields was shot with r Dr. Simpson Speaks At.

his father's 22 caliber pistolat I
his home at 1035 NW 59th \
St., at 9:25 p.m. Wednesday. Academy Of Science .
Police said Enoch had gotten George A.. Simpson,
I the gun from the top of a bed- medical director, Economic
room closet and had emptied Opportunity Family Health
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shells out of it. Police said JACKSON'S TODDLE INN FOUNDERS DAY Center Miami, will speak at
Enoch handed the gun to a 13- The New York Academy of
year-old friend. "Give honor to whom honor is due.". With this slogan in mind a group of Sciences 'Conference on Edu-

interested parents, civic leaders l and educators have formed committees to cation in the Health-Related
The friend thinking the gun Professions, to be held at the ..
was unloaded, began snappingthe plan the, observance of' Founders Day for Jackson's Toddle Inn, the first licensed Hunter College AssemblyHall '. J Jt

trigger police said. The kindergarten of color in Florida. Mrs. Eugenia Bell Thomas is chair- New York City, March ,
gun discharged a shot, hitting man of'the group. 27-29. Y ;

Enoch in the eye., This school was founded by Mrs. Ida Bell Jackson Mosley, a former teacher The conference deals with !
one promising solution to the
Enoch, son of Mr. and Mrs. in the Dade County Public schools who at that time saw the need for a widening between advanc- II I
gap II
Edward Fields was taken to sound basic education for preschoolers.The ing medical knowledge and I
Jackson Memorial where he
died at 1:25 a.m. Thursday.The Founders Day Committee is shown above. Standing: Addie Seniors, :application of that knowledge

Florence Riilpot, Rudye Murray, Eula Williams, Harriet Worell, Gwendolyn through efficient delivery of
I health The
other youth was placedin Cherry, Sara McRae, Kathrine Ross and Mildred Marks. Sitting Left care. answer may DR. GEORGE SIMPSON
You t h Hall by Juvenile : to right: lie, according to the conferees -
Authorities, pending in- Carmetta Brown, hi I lie Hue Jamison, Eugenia Thomas, Pauline Willisand In the training of health lions of the hands, eyes and
vestigation. Odessa James.. manpower: to serve as"exten- Continued on page

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I I . 'Openings For 780 Students For Skill l Center Training . I

Opening of MtamiSkillCen NW 27th Ave., near the Model occupations. proach to Jobs," Vegsoem- Applicants should apply directly staffers, primarily vocational
ter -- a new, expanded "one- Cities area. It will be operated "Ours will be an open-end- phasized. to Miami Opportunity teachers with top experiencein
stop" approach to manpower ed to Center, a division of FSES, their trades.
by the school system's division program geared serve "In addition to specific Job
training .. was announced of Vocational, Technical individual needs," Selby ex- training, students will be plaza Building 245 SE 1st "We plan to make the center
today by Dade County's school and Adult Education,head- plained.U the trade offer- taught how to prepare resumes St., telephone 377-2411, advised as much aone-stopopera-
system.An ed by District Superintendent, Ings at the center don't fit the that will help them find em- Roy Woemer,area man- tion as possible . and to
appropriation of $308- Lovell B. Selby. Skill Center individual, we'll place him in ployment, and how to get along power coordinator for the Opportunity move further in that direction
921 in federal funds has been Supervisor Steven L.Vegso. another program. The center on the Job once they are in it," Center. There they as rapidly as possible,"
approved for the newprogram Immediate openings are will have built-in flexibility, he said. "We'll provide train- will be processed. After pro- he declared.
designed to provide completeJob available for the Skill Center will The program is financed
some 180 stu- guidance counseling and all- ees direct exposure through cessing,
training for specific open- dnets, from 16 years up, who round concern for the specific field trips to local businessand take over aspects of necessary through the Manpower De-
ings in the local employment may receive from $33'to $63 needs, problems and potentialof industry." training, incuding basic velopment and Training Act,
market. per week in the "earn while the individual." Aligned closely with the and remedial education. When involving the U. S. Departmentof
The skill center is locatedIn you learn" program which will Target is a "common- Skill Center will be Florida the center has declared the Labor, and the U, S. Department
the Aviation Building, 3240 offer training in 20 different sense, down-to-earth ap State Employment Service. trainee "job-ready," FSES of Health, Educationand
-_. steps in again, in close cooperation Welfare.
with the center, pro- Miami is one of several major .
I viding job referral and followup cities selected for skill
Awards $5,000 Grant To Delta Sigma ThetaDelta service to Insure the center programs, in the new
trainee is "job set." expanded approach. Mean

Sigma Theta will usea "For the past six years," them four days of sensitivity penses for those unable to pay Training will be availablefor while an additional $90,418 is
$5,000 grant from the Dan- Mi's. Freeman explained, training in ,advance of their their own way."TeenLift". such trades as Electronic being expended in programs
forth Foundation toward "the program has been aimedat trip. Parents: will be invitedto is one of many Chassis Assembler, Gas-Out- already in operation under the
broadening the scope of its expanding the horizons of participate in a one-day public service projects spon- board Mechanic, Auto Ma- existing Manpower Training
1969 "Teen-Life" career mo- disadvantaged black teen- workshop.; sored by Delta Sigma Theta,a chanical I Draftsman, Book- Program.
tivation program, it was an- agers from rural areas of the "We are grateful to the 50,000 member predominately keeperMachine Operator, Re Both Selby and Vegso cited
nounced today. South by exposing them to edu- Danforth Foundation for mak- Negro organization. ceptionist-Typist for doctors' cooperation of several local
Mrs. Frankie M. Freeman, cational institutions,industry, ing it possible for us to hold The Dan for t h Foundationwas offices, Production Woodworking agencies which will. provide
of St. Louis,national presidentof cultural events and a varietyof this workshop. It is vital to the created in 1927 by the late Machine Operator, assistance to trainees.. These
the women's public service people during a two-week success of the project's new Mr. and Mrs. Willie H. Dan- Furniture Upholsterer, Sales include the Dade County Wel-
organization, said that the cross-country bus trip." thrust. This grant will enableus forth of St. Louis, Mo. Its pur- Clerk. fare Department, Economic
money will be used for a spec- However, "experience and to hire the number of spec pose is to strengthen educa- While the student is attending Opportunity Program, Inc.,
ial four-day sensitivity train- the changing times" have indicated ialists necessary to make it tion and to develop equal the training program, he and Florida State Division of
ing worship for 100 teenagersand that more needs to be meaningful." opportunities for all citizens. or she will be allowed to work Vocational Rehabilitationwhich
their parents. done," Mrs. Freemansaid, The 1969 "Teen-Lift" will The Foundation administers part-time up to 20 hours per can provide up to $100
"so this year we have tried originate in the Greater St. programs and makes grants to week, Vegso said. per trainee to correct physi-
Mental Prisoner to build into the project a Louis area, and participants schools, colleges, universi- While most of the staff is cal problems which may
means of breaking down eco will be interviewed by an ad- ties and other public and private hired, Vegso said there is Impair job-training or even-
Tries nomic and social barriers .., visory board of black and white agencies. need for four or five additional tual employment.
01! of overcoming racial isola- community leaders. The four-
To Burn Jail tion." day workshop preceding the
"Therefore," she said, trip to Baltimore. Md.,will be
A prisoner"'set fire to eight "we shall take 100 teenagers held in St. Louis the last weekin electric
mattresses on a bunk at MI- .- both blackand white- from July. This carefree range
ami City Jail Wednesday and diversified backgrounds and As in the past, Delta Sigma
caused so much smoke 125 economic groups and give Theta will subsidize all ex-
prisoners had to be evacuated. cleans itself top to bottom.

William Porter, 33, in Jail
on a vagrancy charge and
Judged imcompetent by a Sewing Machine No more stooping scrubbing ,oven-scouring I You know how easyit
court-appointed psychiatristlast is to keep the surface heating units clean. Now it can be just as'easy
week, set fire to the cotton to keep the oven clean. Just\ set the self-cleaning control and flameless
REPAIR} SPECIAL" electric takes over relieving you of a dirty, tedious chore. Now, more
mattresses while in the cell .
than ever, the fast electric way is the cleanest way to cook.
by himself, Lt. Ray Larsen, Clean & Oil 50 ,I."" As well as the coolest. And the safest.
In charge, of the Jail said. Adjut Tendons ,
The prisoners were evacu- Check ,.II Wiring Sunshine service electric is cheaper too. Cooks a full dinner . cleans
T Total . for Ask dealer about all the
ated from the second floor of Adjust Belt Tensions CostDeiint your oven pennies. your appliance
Thread Mechanism In Your advantages of a carefree electric range.
the Municipal Justice
Building Inspect & Lubricate Motor
because of the dense smoke. Home Eleven rate reductions since 1957!
They were returned in about Call 625-1261 Or 625-0724 I The average price paid per kilowatt hour
two hours by FPL-served families is one-third less
than it was in 1957.
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THE MIAMI TIMES, Fridoy March?, 1969 .'
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attUIC rc' sca sc aac ac a ;>s

High Bids Stymie < Black-White Team ; nning. I

4 Public' HousingProjects Miami Shopping Center 1

Plans are rolling ahead for ter as for a similar develop-- -ed a drive-in- restaurant spec- same arrangement Rebozo
building of a 12-shop black- ment for Cubans which recently la llzing i In barbecued ribs has In his operation.

operated shopping center was built by C. G. Rebozo on his corner property for,thepast :Thomas A. Butler, regional
U.S. authorities Thursday The federallybackedMetro : owned by a black man: and a
and an associate on NW 22nd five years and plans to director of the Miami Small
rejected as too high a singlebid bonds were one of only white man.
Business Administration office
have modern restaurant In
by a New York bank to lend eight issues which drew bids The $260,000, two-level Avenue a
hailed the Ross-Welkner
I The center will total 25,000 the ,
new complex.The
$1.2 million for four public above the Washington-set ceiling building with an air conditioned for-
feet with 12 tenants venture as "a great step
estimate their
housing projects already builtIn In simultaneous bid openings mall will be constructed on for
ward In our
as against 34,000 feet the our economy
square total outlay over 20-year
Dade County. across the nation Wednesday four lots at the southwest cor- "
and 26 occupants in the Re- period of the guaranteed lease black population.
night. ner of NW 54th St. and 13th
who a singlelot
Welkner owns
bozo development. will be ,
arrangement $300,000
While the Dade County Avenue
three Ross
to the
Original Investments are adjacent
sure-fire returnof
bonds drew only one bid, an Henderson Ross, a 62- -against the has said about, the
figured at $900,000 for build- $1.5 million In rentals. publicity
offer by Chase Manhattan Bankof yearold Georgia Negro who to
Cuban "prompted me
and land on the Cuban SBA
New York to finance the has been a Miamian for 45 ings The unique program and then
center with totalof approach my neighbor
compared a
assures the property ownersof
housing at 5 1/2 per cent, 29 years, will own 75 per cent and the two of us went to see Mr.
In the RossWelkner
$260,000 their rents
other housing authoritiesacross the other fourth will be held by being paid even welcomedwith
Butler were
the country received Vernon Welkner, 39, the white locale. If some of their tenants go "
Ross has owned and operat- broke In the center the open arms.
bids below of air
51/4 per cent and owner an conditioning
were accepted by federal contracting firm here since www v.. -..... .1 "aw4T .' i" ' ""
authorities.The 1946. : ", .., ,
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a Eg four public housing pro- Rents from the 12 shopsall I' ;, '," :t> ,,, , ,i'
jects will be backed by tem- black operated-are to be i >,\ '"( 1>,
porary financing until another guaranteed by the Small Busi- J ,' rkI'J.'!" j'
I bidding is scheduled, accord- ness Administration on a 100
ing to Mel Monroe, Metro per cent basis, assuring the ,
Finance Director. owners of a $1.5-million return -
The four projects Included on their Investment over iL I I1l

21-unit complex,near Jack- 20 years, Welkner estimated. ._ .
son Memorial Hospital, a 48- The mall and shops will occupy -
Musical unit project on SW 16th Ave. the first floor of the
and Fourth St., 60 apartmentsfor structure. Professional offices -_
Arts Society the ederly at NW 71st St. and a vocational school _
and Second Ave., and 56 unitsat will be on the second floor. __ _
Introduces NW 28th St. and 23rd Ave. Ross will handle the build-

ing management and Welkner ,
Ad/me/ DR. SIMPSON will operate the school to teach
the skills of sheet metal work,
air conditioning and electrical
Pontiphflet/ ACADEMY OF SCIENCE maintenance and repairs -

Prior to the PerformingArts Continued from page 1 trades which have "few If any
Society of the Paul La ears of physicians." The blacks In them now, in Miamior
Pierre School of Musical Arts' meeting represents the first anywhere else," Welkner
forthcoming concert, we wishto gathering of the nation's edu- said.
Introduce Mrs. Adline Pon- cators and medical admnist The lease guarantee program
tiphflet who has graciously ra tor s primarily interested of the SBA will work exactly -
accepted to serve as social directress in developing and expanding the same way for the
for the society.Mrs. training programs for these Ross-Welkner shopping cen-
Pontiphflet, formerly of New health-related professionals, Left to right: Attorney Calvin Mapp, Vern Welkner, Henderson Ross, +

York City, come to Miami In who include the traditional Action Now Thomas A. Butler, SBA Regional Director; L. D., Denmark, Robert Merrell,

nineteen sixty-one In order to physical therapists, medical Timothy, Sullivan, Alvin Guildord and Charles Mitchell Seated: Mrs. Ross. ,DAFOR
escape the cold and has beena technologists and midwives Coconut Grove residentsare
patron In the society for mostof well as the newer pediatric Invited to attend an Urban .
her years In Florida.In nurse practitioners, child League meeting, Thursday,
spite of her busy scheduleand health associates and physician March 6 at 730: p.m. at the THE FINEST HOUSING ACCOMMODATIONSAT
her affiliation with many assistants. Carver Junior High School.
groups and organizations, she Dr. Simpson will discuss Homeowners, tenants, MODERATE RATES-CALL
has found it worthwhile to make "The Health Worker at the businessmen, church groups I
this responsibility her pet Community Field Level." and members of social and ,r -.

project. A surgeon, Dr. Simpson is civic organizations are urgedto I II
Each week, you will be Informed currently engaged in researchon attend.
of the gong-ons and the concept of family medicine Ralph McCortney, a League
what's happening In the Society as a medical specialtyand staff member said "The pur- RENTAL t ti r
commencing with introducingeach on the feasibility of increasing pose of the meeting Is to bring
one of our members in- the scope of ambulatory together the residents of the l
dividually.We surgery. He teaches In trove for general improve- /, (
invite you to look forward the Family Medicine Resi- ment of the area. A plan for
to her column "Adline dency Training Program at the "Action Now"will be discussed -
Reports on Musical Arts" University of Miami. by the league's staff






A fleet ol' cars and collectors give door to door service for
tenants convenienceA

community recreation center for teenagers and adults "rent ,
gp ypyeg..B'gMSa.H. free,"furnished and air conditioned for your comfort and enjoyment.A '
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public relations department to assist you with your problems.

Tenants concern will stopvandolismondreduce-thecostofhousing.


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14255 NW 22nd Avenue, Opa-locka MU 8.0617
20848 South Dixie Hwy., Cutler RidgeCE 5-3553

Compare With Pieces Costing $100 605 NW 7th Terrace, Ft. Lauderdale JA 4-3357 f

COMBS INTO YOUR HAIR WITH..EASE. 3801 Grand Avenue, Grove HI 5-1381 '

ANY BARBER CAN ,MAKE FINISHING TOUCH. 512 NW 1st Ave., Hallondale WA 7-2434

SEND CHECK OR MONEY ORDER TO Hammondville Rd., Pompano WI 3-2434

HON. L. L. BROOKS, President
GEORGE P. HARTH, General Manager

CHARLES A. LOCKHART, Public Relations Director
261 N.E. 79th Street

Miami, Florida 33138 757-4352 . If I onto enloy a better life, others must live better too.L.. L. Brooks


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4 THE MIAMI TIMES, Friday, March 7, 1969

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Bayard I Jt .. 'tJ To Be Equalby

Rustin l
Office 6530 NW 15th Ave", Miami, Flo.33147-Phonei691-0421 Whitney M. Young Jr.

H. E. SIGISMUND REEVES, Editor and Publisher Executive Director Urban League
GARTH C. REEVES Managing Editor / Speaks 1/

STANLEY I I. SWEETING, Theatrical Editor 1

Notional Advertising Representative War On Poverty Fights'

Amalgamated Publishers, I Inc.* BlackCapitalism
What About Life
310 Avenue New fork, N. Y. 10017 For
Member of the National Newspaper Publishers Association that of it
especially part run by the
2400 S. Michigan Avenue, Chicago, III. 60616 The War on poverty --
? Office of Economic Opportunity -- has been under fire sinceit
SUBSCRIPTION RATES started. The next few months will determine whether OEO
ONE YEAR $5.00 SIX MONTHS $3.00 FOREIGN $6.00 There has been much talk recently about black capitalismas lives or dies.

Entered as Second Class Matter, August 9, 1927 at the Post the new approach to solving the economic and social prob- By June President Nixon will send to Congress a proposalfor
Office at Miami, Florida, under the act of March 8, 18)6 lems of Negro Americans. As this approach is gaining con- the future of the whole poverty program,and he has prom-
siderable within the Nixon Administration and in certain
support ised to decide by then whether he will ask that OEO be con-
Me fro Backing Away From segments of the black community, I think that we must tinued past its scheduled 1970 expiration date.
closely analyze whether or not it can make a contribution to
moves make many people uneasy about future plans
EOPIBack the Negro struggle for equality. These
for OEO. But the very success of such programs, leading to

in June Metro Commissioners gleefully voted to take I favor the notion of black people owning and operating busi- their transfer to "permanent" departments,is evidence of the

over the Economic Opportunity Program, Inc. and make the nesses, and I should add in this regard that I find particularly need for continuation of OEO.

anti-poverty; agency an arm of the County Manager's Office. creative the efforts that some Negroes have made to form co- For the present, he's shifted some OEO programs to other
This meant the commission would assume the policymakingrole operatives. Yet I think that these enterprises have had more of departments. Head Start, which has successfully provided

now filled by the EOPI board, "assisted"by an advisory a psychological than an economic effect on black Americans. pre-school education and health care to millions of poor child-

board including representatives of the poor. They have helped destroy the brutal stereotype that black peo- ren, goes to the Department of Health, Education and Welfare,
ple are not capable of engaging in entrepeneurial activity. But while the more controversial Job Corps transfers to the Labor
This sounded good to the more than 800 blacks working in the economic impact of black capitalism has been --and can Department.
the because that would make all EOPI workers Metro and if careful this
program only be -- marginal at best, we are ap-
experimental agency, created to try new
is ap-
employees.Then too, at that time the staff was troubled by proach may actually compound the injustices from which Ne- It a frankly and new techniques. But experimentation and inno-
dissension and hurting from budget cuts and missed pay days groes suffer. proaches
don't often lend themselves to neatness and super-
for the workers. In addition, Gov. Claude Kirk kept meddlingin
efficiency, as private enterprise can attest to in its own research -
the program and threatened to blow the whole deal.
We must not forget that businesses are "In business" not projects. It is important that the President realize

Marie to attack social injustice but to make a profit, and that the this and that he withstands the protests of critics who pointto
The program has run far more efficiently since Mrs.
Carl took over as Executive Director and reshuffled the ad ghetto represents a poor market to invest in because of its some recent scandals as evidence that OEO should be scrap

ministration.But poverty and deprivation. Businesses must, therefore, be attracted ped.
into the ghetto through tax incentives which guaranteethem A report soon to be issued is said to point to a number of

now the Metro Commission backing away. Why? The a high profit and which also insure that they themselves, cases of inefficient bookkeeping and even outright misuse of
main reason is that Metro Is unwilling to pay out the several and not the poor, will be the prime benefactors of their invest- funds in some programs on the local level.

thousands of dollars in benefits it would have to ments.Of .
employee pro- The papers have been full of exposes of New York City's
vide. Then too if the poverty folds under the new fed-
program poverty program, where some city employees are alleged to
eral administration Metro would have to find jobs within its course some of these benefactors will be black capitalists have forged checks and stolen more than $2 million.
structure for the deposed EOPI workers. but these individuals are a very small and affluent sec-
of should be dealt with swiftly.
tion of the Negro community. It is the black working poor and Such cases wrongdoing
embezzle these funds are the lowest kind of crimi-
Many blacks say that the original idea of a Metro takeover the unemployed who constitute the mass of Negroes in need of People who
steal from the pockets of the and live
came after a black woman replaced the original director, Dick economic uplift, and I think it is both foolish and misleading to nals they empty poor
meant to milk for baby's bottles and train-
Weatherly, a white man. Could it be that the Metro Commis- speak to these people about becoming capitalists. Rather,our high on money buy
sion thought that a black woman could not administer a $9 central objective must be to enable them to join their two ing opportunities for jobless men.

million program? Huh? million brothers and sisters who are part of the American But these scandals shouldn't be used as an excuse to kill
trade union movement which is the institution most responsiblefor OEO. Millions of dollars have been stolen and misappropriated -

the integration of the black poor into the economiv life of from highway programs in the past, but no one suggeststhat

our society.I road-construction should be halted.
llle ditor'5 otebooh
Congress Itself has been touched by scandals involving the

misdeeds of Congressmen, but no one suggests that we do
WHAT ITS LIKE TO BE BLACKAn am also distressed by the separatist framework within with Congress.
which black capitalism is so often discussed. Many of its ad- away
interesting story about prejudice appeared in the last vocates employ blacknationalistrhetoric proposing the eco- Let's not lose our perspective. When public employees are

issue of The Voice that I feel is worth sharing with you. nomic development of the ghetto,assuming,therefore,that the caught with their hand in the till they ought to be punished--
Asking them to "feel what It's like to be black," Ernest ghetto Is a separate entity in American life that must be nur- swiftly and firmly. But let's not throw out useful programs because -

Lent, Jr., of the Dade County Community Relations Board, tured and made viable. I understand that the ghetto will not of the actions of a criminal few.

led Archdiocese of Miami white elementary teachers on a disappear tomorrow, but we must not fall into the dangerousand So long as poverty exists, there has to be an agency exclu-
"fantasy tour," of prejudice in the classroom last week. divisive trap of abandoning the goals of integration and sively devoted to the problems of the poor. Existing departments -
During his speech, delivered to the eleventh annual Arch- the elimination of a separatist social structure which has im- are to concerned with other interests or are incapableof

dioces an Teachers' Institute, Lent urged the audience to posed such degradation and hardship upon black people and mounting the kind of experimental programs so desperately -
"imagine what it's like to be black and small, entering a pri- which today threatens to divide our nation. needed.

mary school, in a room occupied by white students. OEO has served as the voice of the poor in the councils of
"As best you can, feel what it means to be black in a class government and serves as a bridge between the poor and the
teacher is about freedom- the of And I most concerned that black
where a talking philosophy finally, am deeply capita- government. It has proven its ability to launch creative new
the United States where she is from the Declara- lism is of its not
reading projected by some proponents as a marginaland approaches to the problems of poverty. Its many successes
tion of Independence," the human relations specialist added. supplementary program, but as an alternative to massive unfortunately have never been publicized adequately.It .
"Men create their government to guarantee to themselvesthat public expenditures for full employment and the reconstructionof
they might be equal. Feel what,It means to be black and our cities. I can think of nothing more potentially harmful should be kept alive-- and with the funds It needs to oper-

small and frustrated in a white land," Lent continued. to black people than the substitution of the delusion of black ate successfully. Where OEO has failed, it's been primarily
y He pointed out that the Constitution allows men to changethe capitalism for the absolute necessity for Federal programsto because of lack funds.Let's extend CEO's life past 1970 and
government if it fails to "Insure equality and rights for provide all Negroes with dignified employment,decent hous- give It the money it needs to get its job done right.

all." ing, and superior schools. Black people cannot ignore these

Turning to the recent racial disturbances, Lent asked the au- objectives without forsaking the ultimate goal of economic liberation -

dience to remember that it's "easy for the black to imagine PHIL OSSOFERWe
what it's like to be white, but it's hard for the white to under
observe a number of stories, and encouraging my
stand being black.
"Days" and "Weeks" to listeners to to the librariesand
pro- go
He called them to"understand what it means to be black and
WHEN WILL THE REVOLUTION END? mote the areas of life which discover the treasures I
ask yourself is America true or false(to its philosophy)? Then
try and figure out how you would cope with your conclusion." Often even liberal minded white people ask the question need Improvement. We have found there.
Imagine what it's like to be intellectually unborn or to be "How long will the black revolution keep up" when they read "Race Unity Day" because we I want to thank this ener-
aesthetically dead feel like that if you can stand the feel- of threats of impending violence all over the country with the lack race unity; there Is a getic committee for calling

ing," Lent told the teachers. He reminded them that the child issue being raised will we have another long hot summer? "Negro History Week" because upon me and Inviting me to
we are brotherhoodweak.
who is deprived will.need more attention in order to "feel serve as their keynote speaker -
empathy with the stars and music and poetry." The fact is the white more than the black have it in their Until the desired goalsare for Negro History. I hope
American society is "a monster which devours men's power to determine just what the lifespan of this unrest will reached, each of these observances the students who were in the

souls," Lent said. "We inherited it, we nourished it, and now end. should be stretched audience at Drew School will
we are transmitting it to those who follow us." to cover the whole year. become inspired to make their
It took 300 years to build up this seeding haired and racism Then, the "daze" and "weaks"causing sub
be- studies this important
He warned them that "you are teachers the future on
that has now become bothersome to the non-Involved folk who each of these
longs to you." If society is "to become a beautiful servant of "Days"and ject a year-round project.
ask to be left alone to their in "Weeks"
now only go way peace. But we can at last be
ourselves and all of our people then we will have to do it in in
I to read
are not yet ready for peace because after the major irritationshave eliminated. was delighted
spite of people who admonish us that liberty is not yet for
The Times of the
been eliminated there comes a time when purely punitive i One group which has taken
some. measures are brought to the fore. There are people who say the lead in this idea of extend- Extravaganza" to be presented -

EDITOR SYLVAN MEYER to themselves, "yes, I know things are better now, I don't have ing an observance Is the So- by the committee on Thursday -
that to complain about but I haven't forgotten what you used to cial Studies Committee of March 13, 8 p.m.,at Drew

r The Miami Daily News new editor, taking the place of the do to me and just in case you might forget and my children Charles R. Drew Elementary Junior High auditorium. The

late William C. Baggs is Sylvan Meyer 48, who has been edi- might forget I have to,get my revenge now." School. This live-wire com- program, as outlined_ me by
tor of the Gainesville Times for 19 years. mittee is extending Negro His Miss Vivian White, coordinate
He is a member of the board of directors of the American This, of course, is bad I motive for keeping our memory tory Week, with plans to con for the committee, is extraoiJinary. -

Society of Newspaper Editors, representing one of the small- alive. The cause ofuniversalbrotherhoodcouldbeacceleratedif ti n u e throughout the entire ; I regret lacking
est papers, ever so honored. He is chairman of the ASNE's people could learn to correct and forgive and forget. But school year. I was thrilled to the space here to elaborate on
education in journalism committee and is a member of the there are too many people who like to cling to the evil habits of learn of this extended emphasis It. However, take my word for

board of American Council on Education in Journalism, the the past. on Negroheritage,because it, it will be an eye opener on

accrediting group for university journalism schools. for the past threeyearsor Negro heritage.

The Times has four times won the Georgia Press Associa- We believe the black revolution will come to an end The more I have been featuring I will attend this program to
tion Award for general excellence for papers under 20,000 cir- long hot summers will cool off and peace will come to America Negro history with Blanche gain more knowledge about

culation, it has won the best editorial award twice. when people learn the real facts of interracial life, and man Calloway on her "Progress Negro heritage. I hope my
Ye Editor join'with those welcoming this gentleman his are judged on their merits Instead of their color._ Florida Report" on WMBM radio, readers follow my example.

family to our city and to the Miami Daily News. Sentinel Bulletin bringing many Interesting See you there!

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The saga of Julius Rosenwald' does not end with building of rUh JlBv19JM .5
school houses. His Interest and dedication to the complete and
factual emancipation of the Negro people in no smill: measure &__ ci .\ ( fifte'THERE.DR.CYRlLWALWYN
stems from his Jewish upbringing. He Imbibed his zeal for + ** {{* THE DIRECTOR, CONTENDED
Justice from his Judaic teaching that.stressed the call "Jus- ,
tice, Justice, you shall pursue"; and the injunction never to i THAT HUNOER/NTHEDfLTA ,
forget "that slaves we ware in Egypt",anadmonition: repeated WASNOTDECREASING.ASMOST (I
daily in the Jewish prayer. wires IN sis TEP/HEHADSEEH
Parenthetically, Judaism although teaching "thy shalt love TOO MANY POT I I
thy neighbor as yourself", nevertheless, does not expect man
to live by love. stresses Justice asa guide for our behavior w; fa BELLIED, WORM-INFESTED
regardless of whether we love him or not. To be more fully Q YOUNGSTERS.
treated in future installments. ; it : '
The readers of the Miami Times will forgive me for the digression t''
showing the likely motivation for Julius Rosenwald'sbenevolent iSTARVING'HEwa.*
actions. Let me repeat that knowledge is a pre- i
requisite to understanding.
Now back to Mr. Rosenwald. ), 2
The first gift of any size made by Rosenwald was for the I (

benefit of Negroes. In the spring of 1910,the Chicago Young u ,
Men's Christian Association, during a canvass to raise $1-
000,000, approached Julius Rosenwald for a subscription.His i :
first question was whether some of the proceeds would go towards :: : 4uc'r
a building for colored men, and on being informed that :
no such plan had been formulated stated that he would contri- r
bute $25,000 only when the Association was ready to under- -.
take the project.Encouraged by Rosenwald's offer,the Chicago ,
YMCA undertook to raise a fund of $100,000 such a build- i
Ing. It was Rosenwald's instigation and intial contribution of S
$25,000 which,resulted in a modern building costing nearly : :
$200,000. At a later luncheon with Dr. J. E. Moorland, one of ,
the colored International Secretaries of the YMCA, Rosenwald
offered to duplicate his Chicago offer toanycity in the United
States within the course of the nexttenyears. That is, he was
willing to contribute $25,000 to any city that raised $75,000
towards a YMCA building for colored men. As a result, 20 (; f
such buildings were established for Negroes in 18 cities.
In 1912, Rosenwald took his first party to visit Tuskegee
Institute He and his family spent the night In the home of
Booker T. Washington, then president of the institution, anda
warm friendship developed between the two men which lasted '"'' ., ,1
until Washington's death three years later. Itwasat this first Coordinator Named For King
visit that the Jewish philanthropist made: an initial donation of
$25,000 to the Negro educator for the improvement of Negro
education in the South.He became a trustee of Tuskegee at the
same time a charge he held until his death in 1932, and sub- CommemorationOn
sequently held by his son, William Rosenwild.
As a development of his own personal philanthropies, the
Rosenwald Fund was established in 1917. The first, greatest, Tuesday, Feb. 25 Dr. day of Commemoration, ser- er structure and the local political to take a stand and to not allow 1
and mst characteristic activity of the Fund has been its co- Ralph David Abernathy,presi- vices will be held in 30 cities power structure and Martin Luther King, Jr., Ito
operation with Southern states and local districts in building dent of the Southern Christian along with vigils, marches and any other, ,institutions .In the have lived and died in vain. J
schoolhouses for Negroes. From 1913, four years before the Leadership Conference, an- stay home from work and community which have the We must call the nation's at'A
creation of the Fund which carried on this work until 1932, nounced that the Rev. T. Y. school boycotts. On Saturday, power to free Black people or tention to the fact that Dr. King .
Rosenwald and the Fund spent over five million dollars towardsthe Rogers, Jr. was assigned as April 5, a National Tag Day to hold Black people In sub- lived for all people and that + _
erection of schoolhouses which would be recognized as National Coordinator of the has been scheduled where the jection and servitude. There something is required of us
regular units of the public school system in the South. The National Days of Commemoration nation will be allowed to con- will be welfare right marches, rather than eye for an eye anda
Rosenwald contribution did not cover the entire cost of this and Confrontation tribute to continue the work of peace marches, demonstrations tooth for a tooth Justice.The
tremendous building program. His gifts, however, stimulatedmore sponsored by the Southern Dr. King through the Southern against hunger, rent Rev. T. y, Rogers, Jr., will t
than six times his amount from public tax funds and Christian Leadership Confer- Christian Leadership Conference strikes against slum lords, be visiting cities between now (
voluntary contributions from whites and Negroes, which ence around the anniversary Each contributor will and whatever else the local and April 4 and setting up pro I
together with his own gift met the cost of the project. The Dr. Martin Luther King, Jr., receive a tag bearing Dr. community decides to do. grams to be carried out dur-
project included 4,977 schoolhouses,217 teachars' homes, 163 April 4, 1968. Each April beginning King's likeness and asub- ing the National Days of con-
workshops, and many supplementary features, such as shop this year,Dr.Aberna- scription "I Gave" Just as he The important thing to do is frontation.
equipment, libraries, etc. The schools had a teacher capacityof thy announced, we will have gave his very life for free-
14,747 teachers anda pupil capacity of 663,615. They repre- National Days of Commemor- dom.Black
sented an investment almost twice as great as the value of ation and Confrontation to remind Easter is scheduledfor New Career Opportunities (
all Negro public schools standing in those 15 Southern states people everywhere of Sunday, April 6. Easter is til
when the work was started in 1913. what Dr. King stood for, and a Day of renewal and emphasis Conference
The following Is a list of other contributions by Rosenwaldand confrontation to continue what should be on things of the I
the Fund to Negro Welfare until 1936: he workedfor.Acommemora- spirit 1 rather than things of New Career Opportunities Lauderdale, Mr. Lawrence V.
(a) Contributions to Negro University programs- $1,276,508b tion would be in vain without material va I u e. Therefore, Program is being sponsoredby Jones, who is assistantdirector ,
( ) Grants to Negro colleges and schools822,083; (c) confrontation because Martin the Southern Christian Lead- Florida Memorial Collegein of Johnson Branch YMCA,
Negro fellowships and scholarships $437,615; (d) Grants to Luther King, Jr. believed in ership Conference will ask all cooperation with College in Jacksonville and Mr. Sye-
hospitals for Negro excluding grants to 14 Negrohospitals action. people to curtail expenditureson placement Services, Inc., on renees Baker, executive sec-
offering training opportunities for Negro medical students The -Rev. T. Y.RogersJr.who luxuries wear old cloth- March 9-12 with Mr.Nathaniel retary of the AlumniAssocia-
and nurses and a substantial sum towards the maintenance of heads the Ministers Lead ing, as a symbolic gesture of Dickerson, associate manager tion at Florida Memorial College \
the Provident Hospital and Training School as an affiliated ership Training Program of support for the poor, and patronize Equal Opportunities Affairs '
unity of the University of Chicago Medical School $857,507; the Southern Christian Lead- only poor community General Goods Corpor- It is expected that these
(e) Other Negro activities including the erection in 1929 of ership Conference announcesa businesses. ation of New York serving as young alumni will be helpful I
the Michigan Boulevard Garden Apartments for, Negroes in program of commemoration The Days of Congrontation the main consultant for the to the students in eliminating
Chicago one of the first low-cost housing projects $257- and confrontation will beheld will begin on April 7 and will conference.The the credibility gap regarding J
in thirty cities, fifteen of end on April 12. In at least 15 major objectives of the the sincerity of, Industry in )
860.From 1936 until 1940, the Rosenwald Fund,under the chairmanship which are Ministers Leader- cities there will be major action New Career Opportunities their recruiting activities '
of Lessing J, Rosenwald, donated approximately an- ship Training Program cities. confronting the localgov- Program is to bring together, among Negro college grad-
other one and a half million dollars to Negro universities, On Good Friday April 4, the ernment, local economic pow- during a program of informal uates. Consultants and repre-
fellowships, health, and race relations.The meetings and group dis- sentatives from Industry and
efforts of other Jewish foundations and individuals may cussions, alumni and gradu- other organizations have, also I
appear pale in the light of the above sums. They are not to be of $20,000 for the perpetuation of the medal. So high is the re- ates of other ,colleges in order been invited to participate
disregarded, however, for each in its own way has served a gard among colored people for the purpose of this award thatit that Florida Memorial on the program.'
valuable function. Among foundations, established by Jews has been considered one of the factors which have made College students may obtain They are: Mr. Nathaniel
non-sectarian purposes, from which the Negro too hasbenefitted. for a cultural renascence among American Negroes. (See the from first hand sources or tor Wesley and,Gamble accountant of Proc- \
.are: JohnSimon Guggenheim Foundation, which Crisis, August 1926, p. 181)). more accurate picture of this nati Ohio Co.inCincin-
grants fellowships for general research; the New York Foun- Some of the recipients of the Spingarn Medal have been: changing, broadening busi- student" Mr John E.White,
dation, which maintains charitable and educational institutions; Professor E, E, Just, head of the department of physiology at ness market and the world of personnel specialist, .
Area I
and the Samuel S. Fels Foundation, contributing to the pre- Howard University Medical School; William E, B.DuBois,not- work Albany Technical
vention of crime and the training of youth for good citizenship ed editor and author;George WashingtonCarver, the"wizard" The conference will kick off .thanlel School Albany Wilson, Ga.,assistant Mr. Na-
Governor Herbert H. Lehman contributes annually to the chemist and head of the research department Tuskegee Institute Sunday evening at 6 p.m., withan market I )
National Association for the Advancement of Colored Peopleand and Robert Russa Moton, president of Tuskegee. The orientation session in the commercial manager governmental sales 1
is one of its life-time members. Abraham Flexner one 1942 medal has already been announced and the award will be college library. The main activities dept., Mr. Richard Ammons
of the pioneers in modern medical education in the United presented in July 1942 to A. Philip Randolph, International start Monday morning -' public relations specialist,
States, when connected with the General Education Board, president of the Union of Sleeping Car Porters. with class visitations and with Phillip Morris and Mr. (I
showed much Interest in the social and educational problemsof Recent anti-Semitic manifestation of the black people par an 11 a.m., assembly featuring -' Herbert .Wright, public relations -
the Negro and interested many other non-Jewish philan- ticularly emanating from the New York slum area, demandsfull Dr. M.T, Puryear con- specialist with Phillip
thropists in them information on our peoples behavior towards the black sultant for Manpower Associates Morris, Mrs. Louise Riley,
One other contribution should be added to the list, and that community and Individuals. of Pelham New Yorkas director of Riley's Finishing
is, the Spingarn Medal. Donated in 1914 by Joel E. Spingarn, History up to date is replete with the wholehearted support:' the guest speaker School, Miami, Mr. Donald
subsequent president of the NAACP, the medal has been awarded of Jewish leadership in behalf of Justice for the Negro people The alumni participatingand McCray Pilot at Eastern
yearly at the convention of the Association to the "black even to the point of death.The dissertation of Just a few cases :< their present positions include Other features of the conference -
American citizen who shall be Judged to have made in any yearor that stood and worked for the complete emancipation of the I' : Mr. Willie Latson '59. Include question and
years the highest achievement in any field of human en- Negroes is motivated by desire for better relations between:He is assistant coordinator of answer sessions small interest I
established trust the two races. basic adult education in Ft. and exhibitions.t t
deavor". The will of Joel Spingarn in 1939 a groups

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MARCH B LEUKEMIA MONTH-Openyourdoor, your heart,

your purse. Please give generously to Leukemia Society volun- Miss Fashion Show of 1969 will be held at Second Baptist

teers your neighbors.Here Church, 11111 Pinkston Drive, March 23, from 3 to 5 p.m
from Baltimore visiting her parents are Hortense
Fashions by Young Sophisticates, Tiki, josee's Casual Wear
Jean Hyche and children, Phaedra, Cecila and two months old and Sandrells. Professional Models. Donations adults $1.00.

Phaion Hyche m. The World Day of Prayer Worship Service will be held
Placile and James Hall hosted a dinner party on Friday fora Memorial
Martin AME
Friday night, 8 p.m. at the Church.
of winter vacationeers the Bus Cobbs lola Frazier
group : ,
The theme for the serviceis "Growing Together in Christ".
Richard Kelly, Atlantic City; Pearl Thornton, New York; the
John Dendys and Earline McQueen, Ashville, N. C. KILLIAN HIGH FOCUS
Merle Powell and her baby boy, Jerome n will be Jettingto
Kansas City on Friday to visit papa Jerome who is in the This week in Cougar Country we find the Cougars have
U. S, Army. faced hard competition but come up with two state champ

Here's the chance you've been waiting for.. a Pre-Easter r h ? wrestlers. They are Bill Burnside 98 pounds and Jeff Davis
Bunny Hop to Santo Domingo. It's sponsored the Tours Department C J % [f a+ 4 168 pounds.
of North's Travel Bureau, 6105 NW Avenue. The r X f a't The track team has faced two teams with an overwhelmingsuccess.

tour is designed to give you five delightful days in Santo Domingo The two teams were Miami Carol City and Miami
and return home Good Friday in time to celebrate Easter Coral Park. This weeks competition intrackare Miami Jack-
with your family. All expense $196.70. Call North today! son and the Miami High relays. Naturally the Cougars look
"World Day of Prayer" sponsored by Church Women United, lJJJU..u.UUl .fl_ullr .m!........ for two more overwhelming victories.
will mark the time when millions of women, will continue to 3ENGAGED The Cougar's turn out in the 16AA Basketball Tournamentwas
close gaps -- national, racial, economic and religious, that both a failure and a success. The Cougars met the Pal-
divide us. Friday, March 7. Theme: "Growing Together in Mr. and Mrs. Herbert E. Johnson, Sr. announce metto Panthers Friday and won. But unfortunately met their
Christ" chairman of the day Mrs.Donald Chumley,phone 624-1 j the engagement of her daughter, Leord A. Dean, a match Saturday as the Coral Gables Cavaliers defeated them.

3013. We urge all to observe this day by attending the ser- :speech correctionist at Pontiac, Michigan to Sgt. But none-the-less the Cougars are proud of ending the season

vice in their community if possible, or pausing for a moment 1|Lindsay Maurice Wynn/ son of Mr. and Mrs. Julius with an 18-7 record.
of prayer, during this day,to ask God to give us humility, wis- The Killian High swimming team will face the Jackson
dom and courage to meet successfully and to solve the profound I J Caesar Wynn, Sr. of Atlanta, Ga. Wedding plans are Generals on this past Tuesday and on Thursday March 6, they
problems of our time. I being made by the couple for December. will face the Coral Park Rams. Good luck strokers.

Area 3-10 a.m. Tarboux Methodist 4528 NW First Ave. The drama department is featuring for your entertainment"The
Miami, Allapattah Methodist 20001 NW 35th Street, Miami. King and I" this presentation will be shown March 5-8.
Area 4.7 p.m. St. Luke's Baptist, 1790 NW 55th Street. Zetas Continue Cinderella Make sure you attend one of these evenings.Adults $2.00 stu-
You can learn interesting things about your neighbors if dents $1.25.Auditions.
you'd only stop and chat awhile . the Bullards (Gerald and Search for senior stunt night are now being held. If inter-
Marietta) and the Wrights (Willie and Ruth)are neighbors both ested meet In the cafeteria any day after sschool.
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celebrated their 14th wedding anniversary on February 26.
Bettye Timmons celebrated her birthday with a "sweet
sixteen" party. JOIN NOW!

Earl and Lilla Allen are the proud parents of a baby girl, AND SUPPORT THE
Anquita, born Feb. 8, at Mt. Sinai hospital. Congratulations!
Bill Cosby, the Emmy-award winning star of the television Carver YMCAMembership
program "I Spy," has been chosen by Harvard University's
Hasty Pudding Theatricals as its "Man of the Year." DriveCall
Get well wishes to Mrs. Eunice Nelson who Is recuperatingat

home; Dorethea Johnson and Lena Canty, at home; Katie
Gardiner at Christian. 6960231.Send your membership to:

Anthony Smith of Nassau is recuperating at Cedars of Lebanon 4T t! 5770 NW 15th AVENUE
where he underwent surgery a week ago.
A dog's life is a long one these days. The average poochis Youth $3.00 Teenage $5.00 Adult $10.00

living up to 50 per cent longer than he was 25 years ago. Family $25.00 Century $100.00Britt's

And the reasos for Fido's longevity are similar to those that '
b d si
boost the life span of humans: better diet, advances In medi- f
cal science, more preventive medicine and added safety pre-
cautions. They are getting more (veterinary) care as puppies, PHYLLIS A. WALKER VAVA M LANE Beauty T I

and veterinarians are "supervising dogs from birth on, and Striving to attain the crownof Vava Maria Lane daughterof :
advising on their diet. Miss Cinderella is Miss Walk k \

The public is invited to Ixora's Neighborhood (Girl Scouts) Phyllis A. Walker, daughterof Mr. and Mrs. Alonza Far- 9203 NW 22nd AVE. .

Thinking Day celebration, Saturday, March 8, AllapattahJun- Mr. and Mrs.Willie H.Wal- rington is a contestant for 691-9831 I'
ior High 10 a.m. ker of 21445 SW 112th Ave.,
Carol Hanna of Nassau spent last weekend in Miami. A Goulds Phyllis is a senior at princess to Miss Cinderella. We Specialize in Wig Care ( \J.

combination of business and a chance check on her mother, Mays High School,there she is Vava is an eighth grade stu- Permanents and Expert Styling '..,) .

Mrs. Marie Cooper.Sermonettes a member of the"MdernDance, dent at Miami Edison Junior Persulan Relaxers l __
If,you could persuade Just three people to Club, Majorettes, Future \ .._ ; .
accept peace and love for one another as a daily way of life, Home Makers and F-H Club. High School, there she is SPECIAL! SPECIAL!
and each of these three persuaded three more, and so on, in She attends Mt. Pleasant Bap- president of her class a member -
17 days, every man, woman and child in these United States tist Church in Goulds. Phyllis of the Student Council and HAIR WEAVINGDon't
would be living as brothers. The whole world's population plans to attend Miami-Dade
President of the
would take Just 21 days. Jr. College to major in English Neighborhood settle for less, .ttle
It's a date: Sgt. Daniel W. MulliensDisabledAmerican Vet- Club. for the bait In hoirwcoving ,
erans' Auxiliary is sponsoring a "Night Of Games" at 2490 and AFRO RELAXING. TUES. & WED.)

NW 152nd Street. Comrade Mae McKelvin is hostess.

Young ladies are needed to assist with Channel auction. Seed Of Culture At FMCThe
(The annual drive for funds.) Volunteer today. IUllIIlIIllIlIlIIlIlIlIlIlIIUlllllUUlUlIlIIlIIUlIJIIlllllU! lUlllllllUlDlOItIllDIWlUllllmnlllUlII1I

The Girl Scout Council of Tropical Florida Birthday Dinneris Miami Branch of the

slated Wednesday, March 12, 7:30 p.m. at Miami Springs American Association of Uni- '; ; ; MAYS DRESSES
Vlllas-Playhouse. versity Women presents the ,HA'R' QISN'I: RQ

The eyes have it. This is save your vision week. fourth educational program in "b.'AUDROf.E(

To you who didn't read Sunday's Tropic Magazine in tie\ for Its "Seed the benefit of Culture"of the Florida series :l'ttHt:$ At.: ?; WAREHOUSE OUTLET
Herald, you missed a treat. Our city commissioner, Mrs.
Athalie Range, was featured in a beautiful story.Make it your Memorial College Library on ':,f tIHGfAlRtJVSE.:
business to get a copy of it. March 8, at the Library Build- I 2800
ing of the College at 15800 U-KAIR' \ I NW 5th Ave.

NW 42nd Avenue, Miami, at =_ (
10 a.m. Saturday. Coffee and THE GARMENT DISTRICT)

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THE MIAMI TIMES, Friday, March 7, 1969 7

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Iota Phi Lambda Sorority I r ;a r ., '

Creates New African ImageIn

keeping with the month's viously mentioned playdancedthe
theme of the observance pf "Funga." G Gi

Black History, members of Speaking on"Creatinga new i# f I

5 UActress Gamma Alpha Chapter pre- African Image Through Na-
sented a public program Fri- tional Recognition" was Mrs.
day, Feb. 28, Jin the community Vashti Coleman Armbrister, BY STANLEY"SWEETS" SWEETING
: room of James E. ,Scott president of the chapter. She LINE-O-TYPE '
P Community Association a most dynamic and informative -
gave THE LITTLE RED BOOK: Mrs.Martin Luther King Jr. to ,
The was centered relating a I
speech deliver a sermon In St Paul's Cathedral in London March 16?
around the sorority's few of the in which
C many ways I
the first woman In its 1300-year
marking ].
theme "Creating A New Afri- the sorority, on a national level I
history to occupy the pulpit during an official
can Image Through Schools, Is creating a new black image -
service at St Paul's NewlyorganizedMiami
Local Community Action, Na- One of the most interest- Union
Beach's Municipal Employees
tional !Recognition Interna- of the sororityin
No. 1554 (AFL-CIO) president John Gibson,
tional and To- to create
Understanding its a new '
checking the possibility of getting Federal
tal Personal Commitment." black Image is through their
funds to sponsor housing for city employeesin
The community room tookon scholarship and fellowshipfunds.
Miami Beach. A high-rise apartment or
an African setting by beau The sorority has created -
condominium is the union's goal. Orchids
tiful displays of African paint a new black Image throughits to Miami Beach Reporter publisher Paul M. !
ings and African carvings educationalprogrambyestablishing .
13 1
Brunn for his masterful essay in the Feb
through the courtesy of Car- the Violet Lewis hallelujah defense of
issue, in which he sprayed paragraphs
ver Branch YMCA and Afram Scholarship Fund. the beloved Walter Winchell, who was unjustifiably scorchedand
I Builds For RecognitionEver House. Mrs. Lillian W. Sands,sup- scallioned by his inferiors.
The program was moderated ervisor of Dade Juvenile Court 'r '

since Gloria Calomee year's NBC Special produc- by Mrs. Rosalyn Bethel, spoke on "Creating a New NOTES ON A NAPKIN: Marion Fredericks down from New
received the advice of "Aim tion of "Losers Weepers"made vice president of the chapter. African, Image Through Per- Jersey visiting mother Mrs Maria Fredericks of Opa-locka

for the highest -- no matter her serious contenderfor Speaking on "Creating a new sonal Commitment." In her . Earl Puyol sporting a'65 Caddy . Middleweight Gomeo
how long it takes you," she an Emmy nomination. African Image Through speech she rededicated herselfto Brennan, the Bimini Bomber, escorted around Municipal
hasn't stopped the climb to the In the role of 'Annie Mae'in Schools" was Derek Davis, a personal commitment to the headquarters last Thursday by Honorable Judge Gerald Tobin
top. This best describes her Screen Gems "Days of Our senior at Miami Edison High black image and related sev- . What has happened to the "Sweethearts of Rhythm" all- \
ambitions in life. Lives" the young thespian School. His sincere concernin eral ways in which every black girl ork ? ? ? Eugene Duncombe's sister Sadie Meredith's !
Featured as 'Annie Mae"in white creating a new black imageled person must make their dutyto in last week
plays the best friend to a hubby Henry passed Burlington N. J. . Myrtle
the Cor day Production- girl, who is having problemswith him to write a play, "Black give total personal commit- Evans down in Key West for a March 1st weekend.
Screen Gems Presentation her family. In essence, Search for a Future" which ment in knowing more about
"Days of Our Lives,"Gloria's Gloria speaks the voice of ex- was presented at Miami Edi- his heritage as well as the con- SALT WATER TAFFY: Bahamas government mulling over
career has led her to many perience, by comforting her son Sr. High School and rat- tributions American made by his peopleto $78 million budget for 1969. Only a few years ago the budget
professional positions. Aside friend with a veiled refer- ed by critics as a very excellent progress. totaled $1 million . Aretha Franklin doing SRO biz at the
from her acting career, she ence to the brotherhood of contribution.The Afri- African art and sculpture Fontainebleau. So torrid is her presence that a local lad lost
spent some of her time as a can Tribunal Dancers, JoAnn which was on display from his molars during one of her appearances. . Wilfred Stur-
fashion designer lending her man.Gloria prefers comedy Mintz, Rena Reddick, Shirley Afram House was narrated rup now manager of Office Equipment at Saxon Paper Corporation -
creativity to the new and upcoming roles over heavy roles. But Adams, Una Deveaux and Ty- upon by Mrs. Blanche Callo- of Florida.Shifting in 2nd Gear: Wallace Chester from

fashions of today. Her she'll take any role as long as rone Sands all students at Mi- way.The classroom teacher at Floral Heights elementary to Visiting
second Interest successfully it gives her experience in her ami Edison Sr. High who were evening was ended witha Teacher Counselor (VTC) at Frances Tucker 'elementary..
work writerof supporting dancers in the pre- social hour.freshman ,
got her as a art. She is currently featuredas ,. ,
book reviews for a new mag- a prostitute in her first :' THE WEEK'S WASH: We've had reason before on several ,

azine called, "Info-Mat Bazaar feature film, "The Reivers' Liberty City Girl ChosenBy occasions to lambaste a certain late-hour program commen-
." starring Steve McQueen. tator for his bias handling of civic and racial matters. De-
But professionally, acting The soft-spoken actress has spite all this we've never attempted to attack or fondle his
has always been her way of had no real struggles in her Who's WhoWho's handling of his program. But recently he pulled a dilly when

life.Gloria's career. She just takes the day he deliberately ridiculed black female listener,who obviously -
co-starring role to day problems and makes Who in American majoring In Nurs- was an illiterate, just because she did not present her ques-
with Ya ph e t .Kotto in last them work. junior Colleges has notified ing at Miami-Dade Junior College tion or comment to his liking He did not give her a so-called

-----------------III Miss Linda Little of 4725 NW South Campus.She main- 'Chinaman's chance' but with all the venom he could muster f''
24th Avenue of her selectionto tains an average of 3.07 and is spat his frothy tongue at her In open ridicule. It was disgust:
Miami Times Ads the 1969 Who's Who in a member'of the South Cam- ing. And I cannot imagine his station (his 3rd locally) bosses
American Junior Colleges. pus outstanding varsity tennis permitting this wo u Id- beturncoat to indiscretely Insult a }
This honor annually is givento team. She was a former State member of his audience -- be she black or white.

Don 'f Cost They Pay 600 students throughout the
country In recognition of out- STUFF AND SUCH: The Critics Speak: Reuters News Ser-
standing I campus leadership. vice (Miami News) "Sixteen singing stars including Frank

Currently, Miss Little is a Sinatra, Barbra Streisand, Julia Andrews, Sammy Davis Jr, j
Dionne Warwick, Charles Aznavour and Shirley Bassey have
waived fees to produce a long-playing album expected to raiseat
least $24 million for international refugees. The record to

be named World star Festival" . John J. Miller (Enquirer)
"Rap Brown sold his autobiography to Dial Press for over

100Gs . Herb Rau (Miami News) "Black Power, says Sig 1
? Schy, is merely the Tan Commandments" . John Miller
Burnt up over hot (Nat'l Enquirer) "Nat (King) Cole's widow Maria bought a
$150,000 hideaway cottage in Honolulu.
',<, .. i
,':: ';' SCRATCH MY BACK: Seems all you need do to hold public
office or important post is ,to ''run' for that particular job. i

,( Come to mind are these appointees:Atty LE.Thomas ran for "
Justice of the Peace, missed, and was later appointed Munici-

LINDA LITTLE pal Judge . M. Athalie Range ran for,City Commissioner,
missed, and was latter appointed to the Commission -- priorto
Champion in girls tennis her later ejection Atty,David,Popper ran for Circuit
singles' while a student at Judge, missed, only to be appointed to the Circuit judgeship
Booker T. Washington High -- filling the post left vacant by Judge Harold Spaet's death'

School. . This reporter ran for Constable,'missed, and was later

Linda, the daughter of Mrs. appointed Deputy Constable In District No.2. . And on . .
I mw Ida Mae Little, was nominated and on . and on etc. . The Andrew(Bo) Robinsons
by the faculty and adminis- (she's Thelma) celebrated their Sixth February 24 . Signon
trative staff of Miaml-Dade County National BanklnNorth Miami:"We are LOANsome. ,
Junior College. Such valuesas Come in and see us."

academic standing,serviceto
=fucAArrirs 0 SIASS A?: the community, leadershipin CONFIDENTIALLY YOURS: Birthdays in March: Bertram

extracurricular activitiesand Dean,Charles C.North, Melanie Knox, Othello Renfroe, Eliza- >

future potential are included beth Douglas, Hiram Hargrove 1st. . Gregory Evans, Ruth ,
i in the selection criteria Brooks 2nd . Hesterine Pittman, Barbara Barnett, LucyM.
Mulllns (New Smyrna) 3rd . Essie Porter, Marian

Ile-1! Miss Little graduated from Harris, Melvin Marcus, Clara Kelly-Wilcox-McCoy, Bonnie
Miami Jackson High School in Newbold-Stirrup 4th . Virginia Valdes, Wm Roberts,
1968. Marvin Anderson, Mary Hart, Emmie Roberts 5th ? Alexis '
i Jo Smith, Janett Justice 6th.. Marcus Reynolds, Walter Lee j 1
Williams, Leonard Brown, L Dowdell DI, Eddie Lee Smith, I
( Glendena Nobles, Hazel Brown, Alfred Albert Jones 7th . .
Jane Lewis, Lenora Johnson, Carl Williams,Beatrice Gilbert8th 1
YI'ftt. SPECIAL SALE . Dennis Clayton, Laura Wilcox, Eunah Farrington 9th 1

. Leatrlce Harris, Sharon Griffin, Prince Farrington 10th
3t . Bruce Thompson, Marian Pearson 11th.
of Estei Louder
copies MORE BIRTHDAYS IN MARCH. Clarence Daniels, Lucille
uo ut.oi CIY. AIIII Shalimar My Sin Arpegeand
Tabu., Alto I genuine Edwards, Irene Taylor, Sylvia Lambert 12tn. .Sheila Elliott,
Nath Williams, Andre' Cross, Frances Pierce, George Lam-
GI-GI. $1.10 each or $10
dozen. 31 E. 42nd Street, bert Sands 13th . Villetta Howard, Edith Lynch-Smith,
Hioleah. Bertha Smith, Warren Porter, David Williams, Nath Dames ,
14th . R. C. Lambert 15th . Fredette Pittman, Willie
822-7452 Ruff, Jeffery Coachman, Harriett Ferguson 16th. .. John Wil-
son, Sandra George, Delores Hills, Mattie Pitts, Antoinette

nr.c1WN ,.%1UJAMwPNTwtctv/nINHttTu"n + .9Jiw..Han4.y'4 9At //JwI,(' Spicer, B. Reeves Roberts, 18th. .

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r THE MIAMI TIMES, Friday, March 7, 1969 .. I
"Search For Talent" Contest I
South Miami OK's I Dade Countlans are invitedto Dade County Showmobile,
4} l} enter the First Annual April 5. Location will be an-
I f "Search for Talent" Contest nounced at a later date.
s na Q Urban Renewal PlanRenewal sponsored by the MetropolitanDade Winners bf the "Search for
4 County Park and Recrea- Talent" contest will receive
plans for South Mi- cilmen Ed Holly and Ed Bram- tion Department. This contestis trophies, the youth winner will
ami's black ghetto were left son voted to reaffirm the city's open to all ages. Semi fin- appear on Skipper Chuck's
Intact by a 3-2 vote of the city approval of Little HUD's plan als will be held at: South Dade Popeye Playhouse TV Show,
council Tuesday night despite for the area under the NeIghborhood County talent at Cutler RidgeJr. and rides in the Goodyear
} opposition by white property Development Program High, 19400 SW 97th Ave., blimp over Miami.
owners whose land will be af- Vive Mayor Ed Corley Saturday, March 22, at 2 p.m.; To receive an entry form
fected. and Councilwoman Jean Willis North Dade County talentat please call Mr. Dave Countin
The council had approvedthe voted against It. Miami Carol City Sr. High at 371-3531. Deadline for en-
Metro Department of Little HUD's plan calls for 3422 NW 187th St., Sunday, tries Is March 18. You may
Housing and Urban Develop- placing medium density apart March 30, at 2 p.m. The win- enter the "Search for Talent"
ment's plan for grafting three ments on three blocks of commercially ners of the semi finals will contest as a single performeror
'.'} blocks of commercial property zoned property compete in the finals on the as a group.
on to the ghetto- to give south of SW 68th St.,the present -
its people more room -but southern border of the Miami Times Ads
reconsidered it when the landowners city's ghetto.
complained they had The council acted after listening Don't Cost They Pay
been told nothing about the to two hours of argu-
plans. ment for more room and more
Mayor Jack Block and coun- housing for the black people. InThr.Ist .

- - -
Dr. R. W. Puryear, (L) leads the way as Ray- Offered by Mr. Wilson

mond Burr (Perry Mason and Ironsides) and Mayor 24 HOUR SERVICE "The Best Suspense Western

Chuck Hall confer on Florida Memorial's exciting AND ALL DAY SATURDAY & SUNDAY

developments. The college celebrates its 77th yearas Going Out Tonight? Since 'High NoonLos !"
We will keep your little ones and babies till the hour
an institution of higher learning. It presently has requested to return them to you. Free pick up and de Angeles Herald-Examiner

over 1,000 full time equivalency students enrolledon livery. Call 693-0481.
Location: Rear of the Church, 9009 NW 20th Ave.
a campus of 14 buildings. Expansion for an addi-
tional nine buildings is currently underway.

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I'' CLUB 11

} 6000 NW 7th Ave.

Coming: Fri a

& Sat

March 14-15

I IN PERSON'. 'lx '\:


Colin CAMPAIGN R. Walton, long time ,I:I LAURAJ ',_yM NATIONAL GENERAL PICTURES Presents
professional worker for the GREGORY PECK EVA MARIE SAINTin
Dade County Classroom I *Ptkul Mullen Production of '
Teacher's Association, j LEE THE STALKING MOON
has been chosen by Marc Beck CO-HIT "GODZILLA vs. THE THING"
to coordinate his campaign In I j Color '
the South Central District. "DIRTY MAN"S
Marc Beck is a candidatefor "HANG IT UP"
the Dade County Class- WlN GSCREENED \\
room Teacher's firstvice NpW S\\
presidency. Mr. Walton, long I 2-Bands2Shows '
time CTA building representative I
committees member, I tt kb 7:00 & 10:20
and former field representative /
accepted the challenge. II a ..

certain Mr. Walton apparent believes weaknessesdue that I "The Best Suspense Western

to poor leadership abilities > .' -- --- -- -* '- "
of certain executive officers I ' a.4 Coming
might destroy the pro- I : Angeles Herald-Examiner
gressive concept of CTA in the :
future. As a result,CTA needs I
all inclusive leadership as hasi
been exemplified by March ; TH Sw is
Beck's past efforts
Head Start To E EI w
1' .
Get ConsultantA I ET : twwtM
regional training program
for Project Head Start will be I
conducted by the University of
Miami under a$28,329 federal .
grant awarded by the Office j f 9t
of Economic Opportunity. !
U-M will employ a specialist !j / .
In early childhood development S
who will serve as a I j T
consultant to Head Start :; ,
Centers in the southern part ; tT'
of the state. j ON

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a k

I Interior & Exterior 4( T. V. STAR vf4 GREGORY PECK EVA MARIE SAINT
* .
i m P M MuHigwi Production of
; ;, Roof Cleaning and ( FlashPLWilson /PLUSTHE STALKING MOON

Lawn'Servlce f All STAR SHOW J

;, 3210 NW 50th STREET 2 Bands 2 Shows

PHONE: NE 4-3S03 PAUL LYNDE([.TERRY.THOMAS.c.:;,::J TKhrtcokx I'IntvlaWN



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THE MIAMI TIMES, Friday, March 7, 1969 9

Men Worried To OrganizeThe Optimist Clubabout
"The Kids i ii

question,how can Ihelp men are trying to organzie an the future of our youth. i CelebrateEaster"
or what can Ido,has beenask- optimist club for the Negro We can, help these youth be-
ed many times. To those who youth In the greater Liberty come better citizens of the fu
i \fJ really want to help, now is the City area. Before this club ture. :
\ A Children's Theatre Eas-
+ time. can be formed, we must have
ter Special with music star-
,' At the present, a group of thirty men who really care ,
For fifty years the optimistshave ring Angelo Rutherford of the

''It 11 Af date wrong . You looking for a darned good photographer? been helping youngstersbuild "Gentle Ben" series opens
: '\ i4! BY DAVE BONDU character both Saturday March 8, 2 p.m. at
'' f morallyand
,, -, ,, f Lee Photographers on NW 57th Street is itl! This young man i
; makes some of the prettiest color pictures I have ever laid physically. The clubs the North Miami Playhouse.

.... ... ...... J. .. ,,), eyes on, and it doesn't take him but a minute . Another sponsor well organized ac- The musical comedy will be f
How much tax are you paying? Not Income tax, but State young Negro who is doing well In business is James Copelandof tivities. Thereare manyareasin augmented by a Spring Fash- I
and Federal tax on purchases? For Instance, I went to pur- Copeland Electric. I was asking him about his electrical the club one can work with ion Show. I
chase four tires for my can cause lam riding on real threads. contractor's license, and he told me how much easier it is to to aid the boy. Some of the
The cost of the tires Is given to you and first the federal tax get the license now than it was ten or fifteen years ago, when clubs have worked In some of The scheduled Easter to run specialis for four
is added, and the four percent state tax Is computed on the "one of we" couldn't get one unless we promised to stay in our these areas, campaigning to
help fight muscular dystrophy Saturdays, starting Saturday,
total which Is tax own backyard. He and his crew are going great and do-
on tax. Now I was given the cost of the tire guns, March 8th.
as $33.95 and only the Lord knows how they arrived at 8.6% ing a heck of a good Job.We are proud when our own can makea sports events etc. We
Federal tax of 2.93. That was a total of 3688. Then the 4% good showing In his profession, whatever It is. are seeking men who care and This special Easter musical
would like to help a boy. towards
tax on $36.88 came to $1.48 making a total of $38.36 for each PRETTY GIRL OF THE WEEK: Cynthia Bethel a richer life. comedy features all the mem-
tire. On $33.95 the 4% sales tax would be $1.36. . a differ- PRETTY BOY .OF THE WEEK: Nevelle Brown of Bimini bers of "The Kids" (Our gang J
ence of 11?. If ten people bought one tire a day for six days, (Proud Papa) comedy group.)
that is an over charge of 660. Do know what that could We need who ,
you VIP OF THE WEEK: Odell Johns men really ........................ ....
add up to in a year to the credit of the tire salesman as his MOTHER OF THE WEEK: Cora Kinsey Brown of Bimini care. If you feel that you are
"over-profit. Uncle Sam never sees this money becausethe ((7 Ibs. 6 oz) one of those men, please call GO TO CHURCH i
merchant is charged on each sale at the correct percentage Willis Jlles at 691-4963 or
on the number of items purchased. It is more taxes out of That is it for this week. Till the next one. LIVE LIFE 691-2919 for more Information .
the pocket of the over-worked over-taxed EVERY GOLDEN ..........................
poor citizen. . MINUTE OF IT. PEACE! .
and you believe me that there are thousands of people who
( purchase tires every year for these thousands of cars we have
registered just in the Dade County area. We have more than \
one million people in Dade County and at least half of them owna

out about Some one-half.own two and others do not own any, so it all works B U R D I N lS

I am not saying that all tire dealers and merchants practicethis ,
sort of thing,', but I want all of you to be aware of it, so I l l.f
that we cannot be taken for any more than we have already ::7'
lost . through not thinking or not checking closely on pricesand .
taxes. That is what Better Business Bureau is '
your for. .f j)";" ;)
It costs you nothing to call and report such things, and you do 'ill' )\.i

not have a lost day on your Job or any such foolishness like . .'.. ,
"I don't want to be involved." There is no involvement. One "
phone call about a concern,and it is up to the Bureau to do its
checking. We must learn to use these offices that are in our
area to protect our Interests.Not Just in matters such as this,
but in all matters. If you do not know whom to contact about a
problem, call your EOPI office,and they will give you the name
and phone number of the agency that can help you. They are
there for you, so use them. . other people do. I \,

QUICK NOTE DEPARTMENT: Gwen King, a beautiful black I.. \ (
waitress employed at Hot Shoppes on U. S. I and Bird Road,
has one of the most pleasing personalities Ihave met in quitea
while. I don't know the young lady, but she has a beautiful
smile and manner of making customers feel welcome. If Hot
Shoppes does not place this young lady in a better position
they are missing the boat. She would make a wonderful hos- '
tess, cashier or assistant manager of one of their places . Vt \1t \ /iL !
My sincere thanks to Mr. LaBow of the Department of Off
Street Parking for having the no pi rklng; signs and puking!, if \ / t o
meters removed from 7th Avenue infrontofCEP building and
Atlas Electric Company. Now if you are seeking employment,
you don't ha veto worry about getting a king ticket while you t
are being Interviewed. We can thank our City Manager, M. L. I
Reese, for playing a major role in this action.
I read the Youth News, published by the INSHEMP, Am- I
bassadors for Youth Development. It is a nice paper and we 1O Q
should all read it whenever we get a chance . City of Miami ,
Police Lt. Leroy Smith has taken the exam for the position as 1 W4
: cti( %
Chief of Police. That's good, but I feel that he has about as 4dJ
much chance of being Chief as a snowball staying frozen in
Hell. An Alabama city has a black chief, but I don't think the
white folks here would stop to think about it long enough to
realize that we would likely have less crime and better rela- \ \ 'I I
tions if he did make it. He can handle the Job . he is experienced I \
. .he is qualified. . and he ain't no "uncle tom," ,I
but he would be for all the people all the time, because he is ( ,
basically a fair minded person. I hope somebody makes a liar ,
out of me when I say he hasn't got the chance of a snowball in d
hell, so I can apologize publicly.
Par & Birdie Club re-elected EarnestHayes as their presi- ..
dent for another two years,and opened a drive for membershipamong I
the women of South Florida.This drive means that wo- t I
men can join for $3.00 plus one-half year's due s which is
$12.50 until September 30. If you are interested and do not
know how to play, club members will teach you. It is patheticthat
of the 180,000 Negroes in Miami, only four Negro women
play. We congratulate Mrs. :RosemarieAndersonwhohas become -
the first member to join under this membership drive

. Mr. and Mrs. D. C. Johnson have announced that their ,!It. '
daughter Denise will marry Mr. Arthur A. Thompson on Sat-

urday, March 15. Art is the area coordinator of Model Cities ,. .:..1"1.. :.<
We hope that they will be very happy. . Cliff Brown, one of
our few pros on the PGA tour, missed this'putt, but you haveto ,
give him credit for effort. He looks like he is doing the
boo-ga-loo, but he Is trying to
"lean" the ball in the hole. .
Cliff, Charlie Sifford and Pete S
Brown did quite well in the sale! special sale

Doral Open last week. Pete was
the top money winner among STRAW )
the three, but they all"bung in ;J
there." We wish them much HANDBAGS
luck' on the tour this year . < 3 for 4.99Reg. $3.99Colorfast '
Granddaughter Dledre, cele- $3.99
brated her birthday Sunday. $2-$4 each. Great savings! powprints in wrinkle. 1 I

She was five. Daphne reached Golden chains in36 styles. . free Arnelj(> triacetate. Sleeve- Reg.5.98-6.98. Saveon wickers,

four last month, but grandmaand all sorts of links; even bead less, self belt; in clear tote. beaded crochets 'n softies :

grandpa were so mixed up stops. . 8-20. attaches satchels, boxes ,
in national baseball players,
North-South, and Doral I costume jewelry, all .7 Bur- fashion i accessori, all 7 more. Basic colors.

tournaments they didn't even j ,x dine's stores Burdine's stores handbags, all 7 Burdine's stores i
get a birthday kiss. Boy! "I'm
getting old! I I Jaques Chris-
tian's fashion show is Easter i!
Sunday. Scuse me. I had the

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The annual CIAA Basketball Tournament In Greensboro, Concert Chorus of Northwestern is announcing the rec-
North Carolina, carries the same excitement as our Orange ord sale of the year featuring the chorus singing such numbers
Blossom Classic. It's a continuous session of shaking hands, as "Elijah Rock," "Stan De' Storm," exerts from their latest
how do you do's and haven't seen you since's. operetta the "Mikado" and more excellent: performed num
Out of towners didn't find it as hard as they had imaginedto bers. The price is $3.00 and will be shipped to the'customer

purchase tickets. Disgruntled students from North Carolina from the RCA factory. Orders can'row be placed.with mem-

A&T were selling ticket s left;; and right after their school bers of the. Concert Chorus.
copped out of the competition in a Thursday night defeat by
Winston-Salem. But this didn't slow up the party pace any. : The following Northwestern Girls have been chosen as per-

Celebrations continued until an all night (Friday) and an all spective Delta Debs:Debra McCarthy, Brenda Bethune,Brenda
day (Saturday) flurry of snow put a halt in the goings on. Jackson, Angela Culmer, Sheryl Robinson, SharonHoltsJestina -

This was my first time seeing, the great white flake, but the Days, Euphemia Cambridge, Sharon Blair,Jeanet Martin,
twelve inches that fell was enough to hold me for another Michele Storr, Diane Willingham, Theresa Payne, Cassandra

seventeen years.. Jefferson, Cassandra call way, Sandra Miles;Rosilyn Hamilton -
In spite of the snow; the fun of college life remained. Boys Mary Allen and Paulette Johnson. *:
from A&T raided the Bennet campus and it was a Saturday '
morning white war. (Speaking of Bennett campus,you've never The paraMedic' Club has collected baby clothes and food to
seen so many pretty,girls in your life.) The snowball fight give to the migrant children This'w a much, needed projectand
lasted a' good,, two hours and:the boys came out victorious. one of many good deeds'of Northwestern's' fine organiza-
Fd like to send a special hello and thanks to Gwen, Peggy, tions. '

Linda,. Florence,. Ana Annette, Bunny, Viv, Pam, Madie and The date for the Junior Senior Prom has been set for May
Rita from Miami Sharon Reddick Irene Adderly Rosena ... .,, ._ ._
; : -" -- - '"'r" 28 at Bayfront Park.This years theme is: "World of Fantasy."
Cooper,Art 'Butler and Mike Hart; and a special thanks my The senior class play "Rest Assure"" will be presented
sister,Raye,,. for. showing me such- a nice time. H Sod sip of I ike Meek April 10-11.
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AT THE PARTY SCENE:, The annual,PTA Extravaganza was held Friday..The winnersof
Stephanie Lynes, aJunior at Miaml Northwestern and member ,Bright eyed and bushy tailed 1 s Stephanie Kearson the door prizes were first prize (trip to Nassau) Mrs. A.
of the cheer-leading squad, threw a Saturday night partyat student at Miami Central High School. She is the Cobb; second (table lamp) Mr. A. Harmon; third (electric
her1' home.:'Some 'Bulls In attendance were Luther "Lulu" daughter of Mrs.,Lilla K. Jones of 8355 NW 12th Ave. clock) Mrs. E, Edwards. -I,

Harrison, Wanda. Sheffield, Bertrum Wallace, Kenneth Teal, and Mr. Nelson Jenkins of News York. "
the hurt to Carol In
Sharon Simmons and Linda Roach. House of The Bulls put City, Friday, track. The
PhotographyRaider score was 11312.Congratulations.
Carol Lee, former soul sister of the week, had a Saturday

night set for the members of the Bulls basketball team. to basketball coach Tom Anderson who is
Theta James, Miami Jackson junior, threw a set for her !! . the Miami News ,Coach of the Year. Also to Johnny Haslem

fellow honor guard members. who led the Miami News All-Countyteamwltha 25.3 average.
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Eddie Brown made the second tarn, his average is 21.6. Ed
AROUND,TOWN: t' t Nelson, James Snell and Kenneth Teal'received honorable
Beverly Parks a senior at Miami Jackson and former soul j t . Reports i il mentions.
sister of the week, modeled in Burdine's Saturday afternoon w , i\,

:': fashion stjow,featuring! clothes by Wendy of London. I :. *. by_,CHRIS_ .BATES::.:. .&*. _ r'* '
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Franklin still - - -
:atMiami Beach's Fontainebleau La -- -- -- 1 \ (

Ronde turning it out. Thespian troop No. 8 Miami spring his way over each of
Northwestern and Jackson both out in the basketball champ.ion's Edison went to the movies once his opponents. F Jackson

preliminaries. again, this time to see Funny Seniors of the week are: R q
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Girl starring Barbara Strei- Leola Kearse, Opti-Mis s
IN THE PSYCHEDELIC BAG: sand. Science Club, Home Economic

Miamians, young and old, have been waiting to see the Winners of the poster con- Club. Donnie Hill, football Jottings 1

Doors for. a long time. I say young as well as old becausethe test were announced duringthe team, E. Club,and track team.

parents of the teens were Just as eager to see the idols assembly Wednesday, they By ARNETTA WILtL\MS ,4' : ti
are Robert Nickles and
of so many of their kids. Mary V
Alfred. Robert the first
Finally we got our wish. The world famous Doors were
scheduled to in place winner, his theme was
appear a one night concert by Miami Beach'sThee
Image. And so they did Saturday night at Dinner Key "We Have Come a Long Way FEATURING A JACKSONITE
Auditorium. From Chains to Changes." FRANCES BETHEL: Frances has been a student at MJHS for

A crowd of twelve thousand kids turned out to see Jim Mor- The new organization that three years and during her time here she has become a mem-
rison, lead singer, and his crew do their own thing. And so has taken its' stand in the Edison ber of GAA, Continuing Council for Educated Women(CCEW),
they did.Many circle, of clubs is Hyera treasurer of Future Homemakers of America, and our proud

had read about the appalling Jim Morrison in magazinesand (which means freedom). At a Homecoming Queen. She plans to make a career of Home

considered the literature propaganda, but they saw for recent meeting an election of Economics at Bethune-Cookman or Miami Dade on the Head
themselves Saturday night and left the auditorium in thorough officers was held, they are: Start program At 17, she likes the type of boy that's "hand

disgust. Morrison disregarded everybody Including the young Derek Davis, president; Lo- some, well-mannered, very understanding. Spirite is good but
ladies in the audience and commence to expose himself and renso Brice, vice president; 1T. Tab is better,

shout obscenities in the microphone. Embarrassed little, and Una Deveaux, secretary.
girls left the room In tears along with many others who didn't From the spirit shown at their Edison, Hialeah, Carol City, and South Dade have fallen at
feel that they received'their money's worth. first meeting this will be a the mercy of our tennis team. Among the strong, competitorsare

Jim Morrison and the Doors have very successful organization.Their John Theodorides, Ray Gray, Terrell Bryant,Henry Gor-
Miami and will definitely messed up with sponsor Is Miss E. dils, Greg Theodorides, and Calvin Hayes of the boys team and
never get a turn out like this one again.
Johnson. Miriam Gordils Patricia Gall Bell Loraine Morgan,
Cogdel, ,
What he was trying to do was incite a riot like he did in
The musical production Sheila Miller and Sandra Phillips of the girls team. Presently
Phoenix but the Miami
youth were too
intelligent to let this
"Guys and Dolls" will be having a 4-4 record develop-
asinine freak lure them into Coach Jay Bouton stated,"The
anything so foolish. Parents
should be proud. opening next Thursday night ments are pretty good, but we need more good competition for
March 13 14 in the school experience." The last five matches against Central, Curley,
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auditorium. Overture will begin Miami Springs, Killian and Northwestern will be played on
45 OF THE WEEK "Fll Try Something New"by The Supremesand
: at 8 p.m. and all tickets Wednesdays and Fridays at Moore Park.
Temptations will be 100. The productionwill T.. C
ALBUM: "Near The Beginning" by The Vanilla Fudge only last two days, come Silver Knight Nominees were chosen this week and among

early if you want the best the 13 categories are music,Charlayne Williams; journalism,
seats. Joe Quevedo; art, Nick Manzini; English and literature, Ed-

The narcotics committeewill NEGRO HISTORY WEEK !wardo de Torres; general scholarship, Juan del Aguila; citi-
Get I In The Swim present a, an assembly zenship, Juanita Mention; drama, Liz Camara;athletics,Rick
I. : : Thursday morning for Jacquelyn Buxton, daughterof 1 Kilpatrick; social science Alfred Cerlingione; foreign lang-

This SpringThe the student".b dy. The scene ton Mr.,,22010 and Mrs.SW Raymond Buxi i uages; David McCullough; math, Kenneth Mayland; vocational
will be at 115th Avenue :industrial arts '
a 'pot Party, the Goulds Ethyl Drummer; science, David Tse.
skit will show the foollst a member of the Mays
reasons -
Dadq pool ,
Metropolitan: you. ; High Dance ', Miami
.Group High
along with
sponsored district championship3.lastweekendwhere
County Park and .Recreation, Bunche :Park,. 15727 NW.22 students generally have. '
\ :when' becoming enyolved. th* chorus, were guest at : the Generals defeated Edispn1t1 the 15AA District:
with :
announces the'. Ave 624-5963 Cutler
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drugs/Tlie players are ElementarySchoolAs. Having.the best dejerfs'e in the county;before the
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) ,i: :' The"eigat pbo&'i11'tfer "t1tUe"R1\rer; ," 10525 NW'24th" Ward,-Charles' McArthiir; ,.sembjy: ?Thursday,.morning, "'game, Coach Willard Tolliver stated "We werepredicted tadi'ites''rCi'fh'Mlaml -
Feb. 27.FatherTheodore
r r to the public. egtl\nJJ1g ,Aye., 696-7651; Myrtle Grove. Jane Hammon and Sylvia: Gib- News'arid1esJix>ints have teen scored
: ." Monday, 14afth it rri $ ;Mi: J503J3 NW 179th St., 62416| )6.NorthRegiCnalBldg.32\::' Salas.' .<| A H f f.\th'* I son was\,the' ''I uest J ..I; speaker' p1. upon our dejense.JU-.U.I hope. we \live up to our. standard: '
until noon Jal1ci f pm. to S p.m.t Friday night Red Raider : 44- 11lO U_
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TUSKEGEE INSTITUTE, Ala. all," the speaker observed. prived backgrounds." terparts" to meet "te great We can't expect to produce PINKNEY WINS
A group o f student per- "When confronted by demon- He accused black schools of demand for experts In all of the scholars by asking them(students :
sonnel workers were warned strating students, the typical attempting "to imitate the behavioral sciences -- especially ) to model themselves GOODYEARPROMOTION I:1
here last week to take lessons reaction is still to kick them black experts who after us if we are not scholarly -
from the sit-ins during the out." know something about black ourselves," he explained. :
early 1960's when many ad- The so militant mi- people ."
ministrators felt sit-iners nority" is "trying to tell us Dr. Epps recognized the If black institutions are to I
were "irresponsible trouble we are failing to educate .E.EOD .Et availability of numerous pub- make meaningful responses to II I
makers and worked hard at them," Epps explained."Theyare lications about black people, what he called "the challenge I
getting them off the cam asking us to make educa- but said most of them were of black studentsEpps e. f
puses. tion relevant." "written by and for whites." said they must "excell" in I
With the advantage of hind- In the failure of the black One thing students are saying providing for the "develop-
sight, the speaker charged that university to make education i Epps continued, is that ment of the student as a per-
most people will now admit relevant, Epps said "we have ( I they don't want to be like us. son."
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that "the minority was right to never been taught to ask to i
fight segregation, the major- what effect each course of
ity was wrong in accepting study or method of teaching Miamian Tops In MetropolitanOpera
segregation, and our adminis- will have on the relation of
trators were wrong in helping black Americans or on the relative f a AuditionsReed I
perpetuate segregation." position of black peoplein
Dr. Edgar Epps, wtn is headof America." -- -,-_.- Williams, a Miami in mid. March.
Institute's divi- Although black student at University of Cin- has
Tuskegee colleges reengaged DR. EDGAR EPPS The young singer ap- --
sion of behavioral science research in teacher training, cinnati College Conservatoryof peared here In a Young Art- JAMES PINKNEY
center, was a keynote Epps continued, faculty mem- white university"-- and _aid Music, tied with a young Cu- Opera Guild of Greater Miami. Larry Groover, manager of
speaker during an annual bers become Indignant whenit they(the black schools)"have ban bass-baritone in the Born in the Bahamas, Wil- the Edison Center Goodyear
meeting of the National As- Is suggested that they be- not done a good job of that." Metropolitan Opera Auditions liams has lived most of his
sociation of Personnel Work- come specialists in educationof A sociologist, Epps calledon held last week in Cincinnati. life here and received all his Service Store, has announcedthe
thedlsadvantaged."We the personnel workers to Williams, a lyric tenor,stu- early education in Miami. He promotion of James
ers."Some administrators have cannot point to any of our pro- "develop theories of academic died voice here with June El- graduated from Booker T. "Jimmy" Pinkney from
learned something about ducts (black students) who, motivation as they applyto son, and Dr. Paul Csonka, and Washington High School in \
values, others have learned have developed a unique Negro Americans."He said piano with Ruth Greenfield at 1960. He was awarded a scholarship salesman to Credit Manager of
something about strategy, but even effective method of that Negroes were "no better the Fine Arts Conservatory.Hewas to Cincinnati Conser- that store.A .
most have learned nothing at teaching children from de-'prepared than our white counYou a recipient of a grant vatory in 1966, and will grad- native of Patterson.Georgia -
from the local Pro-Mozart
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Canadian whisky. the Salzburg Mozarteum, He will compete in the regional with Goodyear for five
But before you go out and buy it, there are two things you really where he worked with Gerald finals for the Met au- years. He and his wife, Marva,
should know. Moore. At present he is a pu- ditions in Bloomington, Ind., and three children reside at
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recent months.we have heard the Representatives of V an Airlines.who'hire J>lack'personnel ,to use their influendecouplet Jones vs.. Mayer that a orUon(no\v\ Sec. 1982 of Title 42 of the
I cal colleges; firms, professional athletlctearndandotheror with the law-of-the-land, the Housing Act of 1968 and U. S. Code) of the Civil Rights Act of 1866 is a valid and en-
ganizations publicly 'state their dismay over the inability of the Supreme Court Decision, Civil Rights Act of 1966, to vig- forceable law, and prohibits racial discrimination. in the saleor i
black personnel to obtain housing of their choice. orously seek open-housing accommodations for their own employees rental of all real property 1
These com-nents have included the The Urban League could then concentrate its resources Now, therefore, in pursuance of agency objectives and in ac
ing remarks; , a number: of fOllOW-I in assisting all those black people who do not have the cordance with the above cited provisions, be it resolved that
dents reported to ma In great efforts of an influence-wielding organization to secure their we the Board of Directors resolve the following:
they have been unable to find apartments rights as citizens." (1) That the Agency staff discontinue assisting local firm
campus in the general vicinity of the University The Board of Directors of the Urban League has adopted employers or their employees to secure housing placement,
". There is no question but that, a resolution stating a new policy stand regarding this issue. as a way to.encourage firms to use their influence to foster
it has been in part responsible for our losing Mrs. Muade K. Reid, president of the board of directorshas open housing.
some highly qualified people who other wised asked that the contents of the resolution be published so (2)) That Agency staff assist families or Individuals who feel
would have been attracted to positions.. .", that the public may be Informed of the Urban League's new they have been discriminated against, In attempting to buy or
without exception, all of them had an extremely position.The rent housing, to file complaints' with or to obtain legal help
difficult time In their search for !. resolution reads as follows: under Federal Provisions.
suitable living quarters." . a member T. W. FAIR RESOLUTION BY THE BOARD DmECTORSAFFmM- (3) That the Agency staff and Board Directors, continueto
of the staff unable to find housing that suited him, resigned'after ING THEAGENCY'S: POSITION ON OPEN HOUSING support efforts to sponsor a Dade*County Fair Housing_Or-.
only one month's residence' in Miami." Whereas the Board of Directors of the Urban League of dinance.
The list Is long, and If we had the space, would include the Greater Miami, Inc., in pursuit of the purposes specified in Bruce Robertson, chairman of the Urban League Housing
hundreds of Individual applicants to the Urban League's Oper- A Statement of Anti-Discrimination in the sale or'rental of Committee, had this to say, in conjunction with announcingthis
ation Equality program who! encounter discrimination In their housing passed by its housing committee and adopted by the resolution the public, we are also mailing copies to all
search for 'Open housing in Miami.T. Board of Directors;' and local firms, as we believe thafthelr cooperation in imple-
..Willard Fair, executive director of the Urban League, Whereas, the provisions of the Civil Rights Act of 1968 menting this resolution within their own organizations will
stated It's time for stronger action than public announcements (Public Law 90-284) second stage became effective January 1, greatly strengthen the provisions of the housing,act by offer-
declaring "dismay" about housing discrimination. It's time 1969; andWhereas Ing meaningful assistance to black citizens seeking housingin
for powerful Institutions like a university or a major firm like the,June 17,1968, U. S. Supreme Court ruling in Miami."

I Annual'

V Urban league Denounces Capital/ PunishmentThe "Open-housing

National Urban League capital punishment have lower penalty, Is, in effect, legiti- States Constitution.. The MeetingAnd
called today for the abolitionof homicide rates than those that matization by the society of League noted that several .
capital punishment throughout have retained it." the most extreme form of violence cases were now in the courts
the United States. Moreover the Trustees' ," the Board said.It involving the constitutional .
The League, in a statement statement declared,there noted that in recent years argument. Installation"
issued from its New York seems little question that the the death penalty has been James A. Linen is presi-
headquarters,declared that the death penalty has been applied challenged as cruel and un- dent of the National Urban
death penalty failed to deter in a discriminatory fashion." usual punishment that couldbe League, and Whitney M. YoungJr.
crime, was discriminatory as "Since '930," the statement prohibited by the Eight ., is the League's executive March/ 20
applied to black persons and pointed out, "55 percent of Amendment to the United director
the poor, and might even be a the 4,000 persons executedwere
violation of the United States black although Negroes ,,6 tty mew, -1 i i'I
Constitution.. make up only 11 per cent of
The 'League's'National'Board the population.."' *
of Trustees adopted the The statement further noted tibuOies $5,000For
position on capital punishment t that the death penalty was most
at a recent meeting in New often applied in cases involving -
York City. The 55-member crimes by blacks Play/ Areas
Board is the League's govern- against whites. r:
ing body. "The mere presence of the t '
death penalty in itself dis- Under
The League's statementwas torts our entire legal systemand ExpresswayMiami

prompted by moves in adversely effects the ."__f _u. f . . a
city commissioners: tions have informed her tneywill ,
several states that had psychology of our society.
have funnelled $5,000 into a each to ( ..
abolished capital punishmentto the statement said."Individuals donate $500 buy- dF < a {s
restore it. who reject the special account to buy equipment ing equiptment.
for underexpresswayplay said also Mi- ( L t
Mrs. Range
The Boa r d' s statementsaid death penalty on religious or
valid' areas and have agreedto ami and Metro later will ask _,,_ E
there was "little moral grounds are s.. systematically "r W' --
evidence to substantiate the allegation ' excluded from J jury accept- private contribu- the state Legislature to re- MRS. MAUDE K. REID DEWEY KNIGHT
that the threat of the duty, leaving final Judgment tions. quest federal funds to further . Second Term
death penalty deters crime." only to those who approve of City CommissionerAthalie develop the parks. She said The annual meeting and installation of officers of Greater
Range who has led the must the
In fact, the policy statementsaid the penalty." the state request Miami Urban League for the year 1969 will take place Thurs
"studies show that some "Improvement of the death said campaign two women's for the play organiza-areas funds from the federal.govern- day evening, March 20 at New Covenent Presbyterian Church,
states that have abolished ment. NW 12th Avenue and 43rd St. Dr. Gilbert L. Porter is chair-
The commissioner said she man of the arrangements committee.
hoped that a skating rink could State Representative Joseph Kershaw and CommissionerEarl
Jbe among the facilities;. built. Carroll have been invited to make the opening remarks.A .
She suggested tfIt it be located
; feature of U be:meeting will be a panel discussion on what
about NW' 15th"' Avenue AT- "and. ..,3rd is": the Utban'LeagUe and wflattfi'doCng for the individual to
Street. *
obtain equal opportunity} the AmericaAScene that is destinedfor
% The resolutions adopted by revolutionary changes.'DeweyW'/KnJght: Executive Sec-
w the commission yesterday retary, will be moderator,and the,panel participants will be
appropriating the $5,000 and Nicholas Lee, Mrs. Jean Brant, Miss Nancy Adams,Raymond
agreeing to a c e t contribu-
c p
Thornton, and the Rev. Bruce L. Robertson. .
tions in a special trust account Rev Robertson will serve as installation officer for the induction -
both wer e proposed by of Mrs. Maude K. Reid, president (second term),

Mrs. Range. Robert 0. Hach, first vice president, Dewey W. Knfeht, Jr.,
The had been -
: $5,000 budgeted second vice president, Lee A. Tafel, third vice president,
for spring concerts at
Mrs. Willie F. Williams, secretary, and Benjamin C*. Green,
Manor Park. They are being treasurer.
... abandoned for attendancein
W ..wr poor Refreshments will be served by Urban league Guild mem-
the past two years. bers headed by Mrs. Ann Lindsey Packard and Mrs. Willie
The commission directed
that the donations be received
through Finance Director

bruse the money on directionsof L. E. /. P. 1112 NW 62nd St. 758.5551
City Manager Melvin Reese.
6207 NW 27th Avenue 693.4302 1

3378 Douglas Road 448-6268
r MANASHA'S 2338 All Boba Avenue 685-0342
iI1IIr.! 1"' '''''''''''''' --rr- -
536 S. W. 12th Avenue 358.2226 '
Custom Made Attire -
Clean/ Up Compering Goes._.On Jn, Coconut Grove pSpecloliiing in doihtksior 6740 NW 15th Avenue 691.3811 ."

Dick Strait, a county health"department fully Dixie Highway. Apart distinction 1001 NW 3rd Avenue 377-5264
Inspector, has reported at 3681', Day Ave. and African Jtwtlry&Hositry
the results of the clean- and .3201 Douglas Road 6207 NW 27th Avenue 693-4302
6916 15th
repairman working on
up campaign in Coconut Grove Septic
that started January 21. ings, repaired120and126South in the buildings. Sev- 7:30 p.m. FAMILY PLANNING
Apartments, houses, du- and the buildings have been in- Sat. 10 a.m. to 10 p... 4638 NW 27th Avenue 633-2573
plexes, food markets and buildings but no repairs have r
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liberty City Area Concerned I

V R Si t I

Parents OrganizeLiberty i

City EOPL, organized It was agreed that becauseof get nll'" a ever happens: :: U

LCACP, Thursday, Feb. large families, working someone else's kid,hurts your
27, at the Neighborhood Center mothers heading households, kid. If you get together, you
1900 NW 75th Street. had little time to get involved can do anything you want to do.
Miss Frances Henderson, but most sacrifice a little for It might take a little time.

Acting Area Director, seated the c h lld r en's benefit. The Involve other parents.Find out
then elaborated on what the problems are. Kids
around a table in family style parents
individual problems.At have problems for two reasons
manner with ((35)) parents,
quested Mrs. Emma Lee this time, the invited : ((1)). They may not begetting

Powell to act as chairman. speaker arrived and was introduced proper attention at
Dave Boydof school. How to demand? Find
b d +Rrw Parents were asked to introduce as
themselves by tellinga Shreveport, Louisiana. He out what the problem is. Sit
I little something about what is employed by HUB Enter- down and work out some

they did, and where their prises, and presently workingwith possible solution. Have
children attended school. CEP as a consultant. spokesmen.. You'don't have to
The parents were asked to Mr. Boyd then talked to the h a v e a lot of"Technical no-
decide if they wanted to be group regarding their how." (2) They may not begetting

assembled into a permanentgroup children. He said that there proper discipline at

..nll! I ."". organization, and where must be discipline."Sparse the home.
the disciplinary problems today rod and spoil the child." Love You have to know what you
$10,000 CONTRIBUTION by Lorillard Corporation to the United Negro are, with the parents, the and care (and prayeris) need- want, and get together. You

College Fund is accepted by Dr. Stephen J. Wright (left center), president of schools, etc.Officers. ed, also. "Take a long look at must be concerned about your

the organization, and Donald L. Hollowell (right center), president of UNCF's were elected as the school". Demand excellence children.
follows: Mrs. Emma Lee from the school." The next meeting of the
National Alumni Council. Lorillard, which makes KentTrue and Newport ciga-
Powell, president; Mrs. Amy "Show our kids that we insist LCACP will be held on Wed-
rettes, also announced a previously allocated $5,000 contribution to the Con- Hadley, vice-president; Mrs. they behave at home and nesday night, March 19, at

sortium for Graduate Study in Business for Negroes in America. Making the Hazel Williams, Secretary; school. This is what it takes. 7:30 p.m.

presentation were Jospeh W. Williams (left), personnel services manager, and and Mrs Mary Peterson, Listen to the kid! He has to Mr. Boyd reminded the
treasurer. learn how to be grown. A kid parents that there were cer-
Charles A. Sterling (right), marketing services manager for the tobacco firm.
Mrs. Powell emphasizedthat must know that he can come tain things they had to know.
The men were in New Orleans for the 23rd annual conference of the National the group must be solidly to his parent. Listen to his At every meeting they should

Alumni Council of UNCF. organized and believe in what side before you down'' him. become more informed about

they were doing. They must You have formed an organization the schools, policies, rules,
decide where the problem lay, you must work to- etc.
but in order to progress,there

Community Development must be unity.Because :':....'.............................'.............:..:.:::........:...:.....::: :::: :::::
other persons had
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come in, introductions were FASHION CLOJlllERS
SetThe again made around the table.
Meeting This time, the parents were

asked to include what problemsif I QUALITY MEN'S CLOTHING I Ii

National Association Equality; John McClaughry, appraisal of the country's response ( any) they were having with
forCommunity Development, one of the architects of the to the Kerner Com their child in the school. 1
i j
the only nationwide organization Community S elf-Determination mission report. Someone commented it was Name Brands At

of community actionagencies Act, and such community Two hundred men and women amazing that so many stated
will hold its annual con- organization leaders as How- representing black, that they "had no problems." 1 DISCOUNT PRICES :

ference here March 9-12 at the ard Fuller, of Durham, North white and Mexican-American One parent then stood to say --
Shoreham Hotel in Washington Carolina, and Alex Mercure of constituencies in rural as wellas the reason they had no pro- i MEN'S FURNISHINGS
D. C. Its theme is"Com Albuquerque.The urban areas around the blems was because they "just
munity Development at the cpuntry, will attend the conference had no time" to attend the PTA ;ij; SUITS-SPORTCOATS t 1j:
Crossroads." to be held at the meetings, or to visit the .
conference is timely: it
Speakers will include follows announcement by the Shoreham Hotel. schools. :, 1 j SLACKS t. j:

Robert J. Brown, Special Assistant new Administration of its determination --- : 1:
to the President; Sen. to end the blightof J. RETAIL & \

Jacob K. Javits (R-NY), poverty; it follows the ap- 1:
Reps. Carl D. Perkins(D-Ky.) pearance Daniel Moynihan's MERCHANTS WHO ADVERTISE IN THE ;

and Louis Stokes (D-Ohio); controversial evaluation of the MIAMI TIMES ARE TELLING YOU THEY :::1:1.::. FREE I ::;:::
Roy Innis, National Directorof way on poverty and it followsthe
Congress release of the anniversary


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End Electoral College, NAACP .: ,

WASHINGTON, D.C.In resolutions favoring abolish- which: might tend
I t est 1 m o n y before the ing the Electoral College and establish voting
judiciary Committee of the permitting direct election of which would make it
H o use of Representatives the President." In emphatic restricted use of the
., her eFebruary20Clarence tones, he added "but only if In doing so, he cited
Mitchell gave conditional there are adequate safeguards which have been made : I
NAACP support to a move to against all forms of discrim- the 1965 Voting ,
abolish the Electoral College. ination that deny the ballot to "Thousands of new I ""/:' ,,
Mr. Mitchell Is director of our citizens because of race." now on the books in :
the Washington Bureau of the Mr. Mitchell's testimonywas of former acute I" .
National Association for the given in reference toH.J. There are nearly 400 w
Advancement of Colored Res. 179, H.J. Res. 181 and office holders in the
People. related bills which are states," he said. I
"The position of our organi- presently under considerationin The Negro \
zation Is very clear," Mr. the House. Mr. Mitchell population of 11 ,, NMrNM"I1E'
\\ t
Mitchell said. "In our con- made it clear that the NAACP states (Alabama,
ventions we have passed would opposed to any action Florida, Georgia,
Mississippi, North
_M--MM----M-__ szi6tat__ zbmtiat South Carolina,
Texas and Virginia _
JOHNSONof proximately 5 million
Mitchell said. "
MIAMI 1,530,634 registered

\I) PHOTOGRAPHER the was passed.1965 Voting After the

put into effect.
is not connected with any other studio increased. There MARCH SEVENTEEN SPOTLIGHTS

and is still operating at: approximately PHILADELPHIA'S MISS BLACK AMERICA
Negro voters in these
1186 NW 38th STREET However, this is Philadelphia girl Saundra Williams, 19, of 421

I 635-4748 62nd Street, who reigns as Miss Black America

at76eza iRat,mr,.imri-- ntl6mrib t-i6mt tati6 t-- t7aat- is spotlighted in a special feature in the March

Saundra, a sophomore at Maryland
equipment.'u. College, Princess Anne, tells how she sudden-

ed to black culture and discovered "black
ol\\'oi't,, ." A 1966 graduate of Overbrook High 1\

tAt fWt ploot t0 fop... ; Saundra Is the daughter of Mr. and Mrs.

.L\s: s Williams.

: NAACP SupportsSchoolboy

I I 1 V RefusingTo

Play. "Dixie"

YORK.-- Roy Wilkins, called upon the FBI to investi-
u t1 v e director of the gate threats madeaga ins t
has called tor a full Charles and other membersof
of the circum- the family. ,
surrounding the dis- '
of Charles Caldwell, The 14-year-old: trumpeter
Tenn., youth from walked away from the Lebanon
school band for refusing High School band when it began -
-- "Dixie," and the fir- to play "Dixie," the Con-
Vivian White of Mrs. Marcus Cadwell, federate war song, at school.
Iti is Woman for the youth's mother, from her rally. He was promptly dis-
v R held at 8 p.m. as a teacher's aide in the missed from the band, and,
school's high school. four weeks later, his motherwas
High the meantime, the discharged. Mrs. Cald-
Miss White is State Conference well wrote to Ralph McGill,
t 1. $1.00 donation is NAACP has notified all late editor of the Altanta Con
be used to bring branches "to be on the stitution, about the incident.
r t for mobilization" to Prior to his death. Mr. McGill
4i programs to Drew trate on massive contacted the local school
place audio-visual Also the state office has authority ,and wrote a letterof
encouragement to the youth.

FRANKLIN'S CARPET School'authorities state that
this is the second racial incident -
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been involved. They claim
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R e .r r- T I


P SERVICESSOUTH f y s's'Ii s'r

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The Parent-Teachers Association of the J.R.E. Elementary ." "
School and Interested citizens of the South Miami Communityheld .f

a meeting In the school's Cafetorium on February 24, to
discuss improving the deplorable conditions existingat J.R.E. a
Lee Elementary School. I y L i A}S y+::'--- -,

The concerned parents made a tour of the entire school to ,. 1'eA.
,,, .
see the precarious portables now in operation at Lee..." "" "'" "
Teachers have complained of termites and lice causing ."/ ,." ,
various disease. These portables,'out' dated textbooks and I t ,,, r' >,''.' ""

desks should be extenuated immediately.Mrs. .,.' ,w'., .,.. .",, '". '
1: '
Margie Scrivens, PTA President, Lawrence Corvett, ',,\,. 'td ,"
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parent; Theodore Johnson, Area Director; Tyrone Seymour, 'ji iii1 11
Center Manager; and parents dwelled on the un-sanitary con- i EXCHANGE CLUB'AWARDS

ditions, out-dated textbooks, out-dated equiptment, the need
for repairs and painting of building, lack of play area and
equipment.The ...111 I I ...,. _I Glover Rogers, Jr.and Vivian Laughlin of North Dade Junior
parents have drawn up a petition to be presented to High S c h 001 were recently honored as Boy and Girl of the
the Board of Public instruction next meeting which will be Mr. Eddie Karwin donates his time and artistic Month by the North Dade Exchange Club Glover is an honor
held on March 5. alent to the beautifying of the Pediatrics ward at student. His activities are basketball, track team, plays the
tt he tuba in the school band and is an outstanding member of Intramural -
Opa-locka General I Hospital. The hospital is
basketball team(Champs for Zone 3).He plans to be-
HOMESTEAD & FLORIDA CITY NEIGHBORHOOD NEWS: planning| a 120-bed extension
program. come a physical education instructor or a mathematics
The Fannie Turner Child Opportunity Center,celebrates its

second Anniversary Thursday, February 27, at 7:30 p.m. At- Daughter Elks Spent Evening Vivian is the treasurer of the Student Council and Future
tending the celebration were ((35)) guest and parents, (66) Teachers of America. She has received awards for physical
children, and((19)) staff members. With SessionOn education and Spanish. Hobbies are sewing, cooking Softball
officers elected for the Fannie Turner Parents
New were and
last of the listening records. Her special interest is modeling
Wednesday eveningthe swell the quota templesdrive.
Teachers Association (PTA). They are as follows: Mrs.Mae Vivian plans to become
a physical education
party swinging instructor.
Helen Lightburn, President.,vice-president, Mrs.Mildred Daughter Elks of Greater A big
Reed., Secretary Miss Mary A. Deloach and Treasurer, Mrs. Miami Temple No. 769 enter- into the night was the one sponsored -
Gloria Wipple.NEIGHBORHOOD. tained a I large number of, by Dt. Madie Smith and
NEWS: daughters who were born In the''group. Even hard working Dt.
month of February. Atlas Amelia Shavers has a dinner
Miss Altomease Mays, Citizens' Governing Board Presi-
dent, and Calvin Jones, Homestead and Florida City(Y.O.P.) Lodge No.308 rang with meri- sale going, the daughters are A
Representive traveled to Philadelphia, Pennsylvania to visit 'ment and gayiety as the huge all hard at work. Madam Ann

the Opportunities Industrilization Center (O.LC.) there. Both birthday candles shed a lightin Dt. Marion Muldrow who under Spiritual Reader and AdvisorAre
Miss Mays and Mr. Jones are members of the United Black ] the beautiful spacious hall. i went surgery at Cedars
Several brothers from Atlas !Hospital is reported to be con- you facing difficult problems? Poor Health?
Federation (U.B.F.). \ Money or Job Trouble? Drink, Love or Family Troubles?
Mrs. Eugia Jackson, Educational Counselor, and Mrs.Vera lodge and visiting brothers valescing at home, send her a Do you want more happiness and good fortune In life?
Harris, Block Club president, will be attending a :I three joined in the birthday celebration card or visit her at her home. If you have any of these problems or others like them,
Deputy Exalted Ruler Dt. Sarah Smalley is requesting dcir friend, here Is wonderful news of a remarkablenew
week training course in Consumer Education at the Model
way help. Also lucky days and lucky
Louis declared the
Duty < that all daughters report
City's Office on 27th Avenue. The course is to begin in April. num' ers. See Madam Ann today.$5 reading, $3 with Ad.
temple appears to be pushing ; promptly for the sale of OPEN 9 A. M. TO 9 P, M. NO APPOINTMENT NECESSARY
its one hundred mark. i candy when sold, the candy
Phone 691.9583 9751 N. W. 27th Avenue
Dt. Edna Davis birthday MIAMI, FLORIDA
chairman saw to it that there i daughter ruler.

iiiyT1Health, was food of every description .0.0, .0 .0.0 .0.0.0 ..'u
from soup'to nuts. BIIIIIIIIIIIIUIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIJIIIIUllllllll lllllllmllIlUJIJ ImWnmmmDlWmlfllfflHllllll 1 lrnrm
The daughters are now plan- I
ning for their financial rally ONE,. COME ALL! '
which will be close before the

state association convenes in I TO THE
: Center The party sponsored by Dt. e

Addle Screen and Roslyn Hicks GRAND OPENINGANEW
on Saturday evening was an
- - - - - -
over whelming success, so
was the dinner sale sponsoredby EXCITING 1969 EDITION
Dt. Gertrude Crowder. Dt. 1
watchdog can protect your home from ruin and your family Geneva Cox and Dt. Evelyn 1I I

from harm. But he can't protect your most valuable possess- Carter sold pies. Dt. Harriswas YOU PEOPLE IN THE GHETTOES OF MIAMI

ion--your good health. one of the raffle winnerson '
Saturday I evening, a party
Keep a watch on good health with a periodic examination,
which your physican will initiate according to your Individual will be given at the residenceof I YOUR VERY OWN MARKET j'
needs. If you are over 35 years of age you should get a checkup Dt. Sarah Smalley, games
and fun will adorn the even- OSLET CANSECO
each year. If you are over 50 years of age you should be r -" Organizer
this benefit is a
Ing expected to -
examined even more frequently.The .
playa leading roll in the.fian-: .', ,.. '
examination usually includes a health history,a physical cial drive. I .

examination, and some laboratory and x-ray studies. Among the applications'and .. .SS NON-PROFIT .. /
Questions..about your use of medications or alcohol, sleep applicants lobe initiated in the
habits, and your work may give the physicans clues to your meeting of March 12 are Mrs.
health situation. Questions about past illnesses or injuries Artie Richardson, reinstatement .' 'S
illnesses in the family, and,the causes of death of a relative ; Mrs. Thelma,'Harris, \ POOR PEOPLE'S BENEFIT /
often help the physican determine conditions found during an Mrs. Vashtl.Armbrister and
examination. Mrs. Lillian Sands and many

A basic physical examination involves a general inspection' others failed whose to names receive.this, reporter \ MARKETGroceries /

of the body surface, the shape and movement of the body"and
Dt. Maude Glass
was seeu
the measurement of pulse rate,respiration jate, temperature -
riding around selling pies to
and blood pressure. Bakery Dairy I,

By touching and pressing, the trained fingers of your -
physican can learn much about organs near the surface of the 1 1
body. The stethosco .permits listening to sounds produced in
the lungs and Jieart. In listening to the sounds the physiciancan et
tell if the sounds are normal or abnormal.And all body (' f' 1I4:1T41s

openings including the eyes, ears, nose, and throat are DOUBLE ACTION

women, certain test are made to determine tie: presenceof
illnesses that exist only in women,For men, tests are madeto ,
determine the presence of illnessess that occur only in men.
A urine sample may be tested for indications of such con-
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grac ac sac ltc .", \ 4 Black Arts In Variation '

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, SEEN THE GLORYBY Wtt E, Sigismund Reeves, rector of Booker T. Washing-
'r o J editor and publisher of the Mi- ton Junior High School.
Ir'II/I'OMs'/ Nol_r 0I1If'"' .
ALFRED D.A. FEATHERSTON !| s ami Times wiirspeakon"The All books on display are I
(First Installment) I IBiKJ 1./ History of Black Miami" at available at the Miami Public

.'," , '. . the Miami Public Library on
> ;m3 3aK
March 9 at 230; p.m. asafea-
Mr. Featherston was in Cuba at the recent 10th anniversary The monthly premium older said, pay.a: premium:thai; is ture'ofthe, Black Arts in Variation '
celebration of the Castro revolution. This is the first in a people, pay for the voluntary 10 per cent higher for:, each '"
four part series in which Mr. Featherstongives his impres- medical Insurance part of full year they could have had Other features of the pro- '

sions of life in Cuba. MR. Featherstonr! is a counselor at the medicare will remain at the the medical insurance protec- .gram.-w1ll be:The June Brown-
Center for Dialogue 2175 NW 26th tion but were not enrolled and"
Street. present $4 for the period July lee Dancer, Brilla Lumpkinand

On the 20th of October, 1968, I received telegraphed notifi- 1969 through June 1970, MissD. those who wait 3 years past Jo Ann Muntz, former stu-

cation from Havana, Cuba, to the effect that my essay "The Leipziger, social security their first chance to sign up dents of A mope 'Nze, and for-
will not be able
to the
Heroic Guerilla" had won me an all-expense trip to Cuba. officejivcharge; Model City, get cov- mer members of the Miami-
'"SaTS erage at all. Library.'t
Thus, after ten years Intimate association the 'revolution today. The premium covers Dade Junior College Dance
from experience with the Yucatan-based"26th of July" half the cost of protectionthat She estimated that the Group "Orchesis" who have
period between now and March
logistics support group in 1958, the Harlem based activitiesof helps pay doctors' andsurgeons' 31 will be the last chance to performed in the Bahama Is-
Fidel Castro at the United Nations and constant corres- bills and a varietyof enroll lands; the Northwestern Sr. t t
about two out of
pondence with Cuban revolutionaries both inside and outside other health care expenses.The High School Choral Group, under -
three persons 65 and over in
Cuba, I was to have the fabulous experience of direct contact other half is paid out of the direction of Arthur
the Model City area who
with the fruits of the revolution. general federal revenues.Of Evans; head of this hg11school's !
not yet enrolled for the
In anticipation of the visit to Cuba and hoping to, include a the population 65 and supple- music department;

side-experience with the Biafra-Nigeria thing, I left Miamifor over, 95 per cent are enrolledin mentary protection.Miss said. John McKinney, coordinator of
Leipziger of
Lisbon, Portugal via New York on November 4th, arrivingin the supplementary medical the many social studies of the Dade -
elderly in
people the Model
Lisbon the 5th where I remained nearly two months before Insurance program, Miss City area who have not yet County Schools speaking on the 4aaassttstt/ --.r ..

receiving confirmation on the Cuba visit. From Lisbon,where, Leipziger said, and up from signed for the "History of the Black Man in
the 91 up supplementary -
incidentally, I was detained by the tyrant-regime of that na- the medicare per cent enrolled when doctor bill insurance will the Arts"; James'Randolph, a I

tion and held from December 7th through the 27th, I trans- 1 program beganon be receiving application member of the Curriculum MODEL 11P50A WITH

ferred to Madrid, Spain, a much more amenable tynnny: to July 1966. blanks in the mail soon. If they Writing Committee on Negro
finalize the necessities, visa, transportation;; etc., with the A new enrollment period have History and Culture, and PRIVATE LISTENING
any questions about how
opened January::1, Miss Leip drama teacher
Cuban Embassy of that city. to fill of Southwest EARPHONE
them out or about medicare -
Finally, on December 30th all was in order and I departedfrom ziger 'said, and will provide itself if do not Miami Senior High School.
another chance for people who or they
Madrid's Barajas airport aboard an Aviacion de Cuba missed out earlier to sign up receive a form, the people in Also appearing will be Mrs. $5.00

turboprop. for the protection. For some the Model City Social Security Gloria Randolph drama teacher
The first leg of the Journey took my flight to Gander Air- those who Office will be glad to help of the Browuvllle Juniot i
port in Canada for a refueling stop before continuing the 16 -- I 1901 or were earlier born October and- them. High School reading the : DOWN
hour journey to Havana. I reached Havana In the '
extremelydark llackpoets.
those who enrolled droppedout The Model City Office is located works of the gt
period before sunup and was treaged to the spectacle of
at 5225 NW 12th
Ave.The Call
before 1 1967 Charlie Austin'sJazzGroupwith ,
Janury --
Havana which still sparkles at night. At the airport where
it will be the last chance to en office is open Monday Fri- Charlie Austin, wood-
other visitors from all over the world were converging for the day from 8:30 a.m. to 430; winds, Robert Fisher, bass 751-5629
Tenth Anniversary commemoration of the of the Cuban roll.Older
victory p.m., and on Thursday
people who delay in evenings Eric Knight, pianist and David NO CREDIT
Revolution we were met from Cuba's tourist
by delegates till
enrolling, Miss Leipziger 7:30 p.m; Nuby drums,
ICAP Instituto de Amistad REQUIRED
agency, Cubano Con Los Pueblos
(Cuban Institute of Friendship With the Peoples). Coffee, cigars Helen M. Dorsett, librarianof
and rum cocktails were served during the welcoming other government officials in the Presidential Palace duringa the Dixie Park Branch of the

ceremonies. When the customs and immigrations clearanceswere reception planned for that night. Miami Public Library will be

over, we were whisked off to the 26-story Habana Libre At the gala reception where Fidel, president Dorticos and chairman of the program.A ALSO:

Hotel (the Havana Hilton before the Revolution). At the hotelwe other high functionaries of the revolutionary government met book and art exhibit will FURNITURE

encountered considerable activity due to the large numberof the arriving I guests, I met and saw representatives from be on display from 1:00: to APPLIANCES

tourists and delegates, both Cuban and foreign, who were throughout the world, communists, socialists and, of course, 6:00 p.m. Theartists whose *
in Havana for the combination end-of-the year and Anniversary the western world, with the notable exception of Washington's works will be shown are*.Wal-. STEREOS'f

celebrations. At noon of the 31st, we were treated to some representatives., Even members of the Vietnamese National ter Mitchell, Lucius King and f

very impressive movies produced by Cuba's film industry, Liberation Front (Viet Cong) were present. Fidel was quick1y Alfred Finney.

shown in the Acapulco Theatre. Particularly well receivedbythe surrounded by a press of visitors. He was in excellent form, The program was arranged W.T. 'WELLS

gathered delegates was the film production"Now" depiciting a tall robust, bearded personage, exuding that well-known with the cooperation of Mrs.
the black American struggle in a collage of artistically charisma and charm to the delight of everyone present. His Carrie Meek, associate professor COMPANY

integrated film resources. That night, we went to the still bodyguards were not conspicuous and soon wearied of the futile of the department of 45 N. W. 54th Street
plush, Tropicana night club to see the New Year in. To put it chore of keeping Fidel shielded.. The crowd simply pushed education of Miami-
mildly, "the Joint was Jumping," the food was excellent and past them in a good-natured manner In their eagerness to see physical Dade Junior College and Henry Miami, Florida 33127

the drinks grew more fantastic as the night and inhibitions and touch Fidel. Hours later than scheduled, Fidel managedto
Daniels community school di-
dwindled. At the stroke of midnight, bedlam broke loose, both extricate himself and we all made our way back to the hotel. ,

inside the Tropicana and in the streets of Havana. Some of the --- --- --
militiamen and militlawomen opened up with machinegun and I

pistol fire for the occasion and were swept up in the carnival-

like atmosphere}: that continued until shortly before sun-up. . 1 Why Not flu yeDelivered

or so I was told. Frankly, after about 2:00 in the morning, I
threw in the towel and made it back to the hotel. All along the

way Cubans were milling about in the streets merrymaking and ,
whatever else.

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I 22 THE MIAMI TIMES, Friday, March 7, 1969 Sgf. Hanna Dies In Germany

_If -RANGE, J1$ Staff Sergeant William -I. Q.-

CARDS MEMORIALS DEATHS Hanna, son of Mr. and Mrs.
I I II William H. Hanna of 1418 NW

i 69th St., died Thursday, Feb.
27 from injuries J resulting

IN MEMORIAM IN MEMORIAMIn IN MEMORIAMIn from an automobile accidenta
I, few miles north of Ram stein
In of our loving
memory loving memory of our loving memory of our Air Force Base Ramstein,
husband and stepfather
dear club sister dear father and '
grandfather w Germany, where he was sta-
91 tioned. Sgt. Hanna was a mem-
ber of the 583rd Air Force 4E

P departed this life March j Band.

4, 1964. Father while,our 5 He graduated from Miami

Le hearts are bleading over this Northwestern Sr.High in 1962,

soul that death has won. We .E p
would at this hour of sadness
yry carmly say, thou will must be RICHARDSONServices

+ done. Dear Addle you have
for Edward Law-
x left us the club loss we deeply and completed his musical
.,a feel. 1 Rev. Fred J. Hicks, of 315]t son Sr of 153 NW 6th St. Apt. studies at MiamiDadeJuniorCollege

NW 49th St., assistant pastoof 13 were held Wednesday In North in 1964.

The members of the Gar- i Greater Bethel AM rthe:. chapel. He is survived by He enlisted in the United

denia Circle Club. Church, died March 4. Amonghis 1: his wife Ruby; two sons Ed- States Air Force In 1965 and
.a survivors include his wife|, ward, Jr. an d Reuel of St. upon completing basic train-

Lucille; a sister Mae P.Smith! Petersburg; two sisters Flor- ing was selected from among

IN MEMORIAMIn and two brothers Dewey and I i ence Sherman of Ft. Myers several eligibles to Join the

.. DAVID ROLLE Rev. Alex Hicks. Arrange- and Francis L. Patterson. Air Force Band in Germany.
JAMES BUTLER, JR. sad but loving of ments are incomplete. will be
memory Funeral services
who this life
(better, known as "Mickey") departed March Mrs. Beulah L. Hamilton of
our dear husband, father and held at Saint Agnes Episcopal
6,1967. 355 NW 11th St., who died
grandfather it's hard to Deacon L. C. Stovall, of 551 Church Saturday March 8,
Although ,
say"Goodbye" Wed-
March 2 was shipped
who departed,this life March ,
NW 12th St. died March 3 at
1030am. Rahmings Mor-
to Eastman Ga. for
;6, 1967. nesday ,
Elizabeth Butler and family To one we loved so well the Ramsey Nursing Home.He 1 final rites. She is survived by tuary officiating.
is survived by his wife Annie
and there's deeper sorrowin ; two sisters Bertha Perry and
a daughter Mattie a sonJohn
our hearts, ; ; Mattie Nelson; six aunts, one
IN MEMORIAM Than any word: cad tell. ., several grandchildren; a uncle and one brother-in-law. COMMUNITY

't In loving, memory of The Family' sister.Bobbie Drags; four bro- AMBULANCE SERVICE
thers Gentle, Henry, Elijah Services for Mrs. Pauline
I, IN MEMORIAMIn and Gus. Services will beheld' Jenkins of 1781 NW 41st St. Charles Leon Johnson, died
Feb. 25 at his home 2333 NW
memory of Saturday, 3 p.m. at Zion Hope who died Maf ch 1 will be held ,
is survived his
87th St. He by
M B. Church.
Friday 3 p.m. from EbenezerM.
wife, Doreen; daughter
E. Church Survivors Include -
w Enoch Fields of 1035 NW 59 two daughters Daisy L. Evelyn; son Elbert; sister,
Lucille Smith and bro-
f St., died Feb. 27 at Jackson Gourdine and Vivian Taylor; Mrs.
ther Services will be
I James.
\ .. Hospital. He is survived by his two sons Clarence and Walter;
held Saturday at St. James
f NATHANIEL S parents Mr. and Mrs. Edward three sisters Eloise Roubert,
/ 9 Baptist Church, 3 p.m.
Fields; two sisters Lydia Hester Hosey and Nora Lewis.
, Ingraham and Charlotte; two i ___ Mrs. Bessie Davis, died
March 2, at her home 1935
who departed this life March brothers Eric and Edward Jr.; RANGE
NW 70th St. She is survivedby
5, 1963. maternal grandmother Mrs.
There Is a blessed home beyond Pearl K. Williams Serviceswere Albert McCloud better two daughters Jessie L.

x this land of woe, held Monday at Jordan known as Donnie of 2992 NW Smith and Clarice O'Brien of

Where trials Grove Baptist Church. 44th St., died Feb. 28 at his California; one son Anthony
-- -- -- never come nor I
residence. He is survived by Johnson; one sister Elizabeth
tears of sorrows flow.
Mrs. Willie Mae Hendersonof his wife Annie four sisters Romer; one brother Herbert
Wait but a little while In un- ;
who died March 5 1968.
complaining love JAMES ANDERSONwho 454 NW 5th Ave., #15 died Isabelle Bryant, Tallie Simp- Johnson; a br other- in-law;
"Although It's hard to ,
saygoodbye" two sisters-in-law two grandchildren -
to loved His own most gracious smile died March 8, 1967. Feb. 26. She is survived by son, Fannie M. Griffin and ;
so and two sons-in-law.
shall welcome above. >Gone, but not forgotten. May her husband Melvin two child- Hattie' Henderson; four bro-
well you
and there's deeper sor-
will be held at
Paula and thers J. B. Manning Dennis
he rest In peace. ren Rodney;her mo- ,
row In our hearts than
words can tell "0,mother any of Mrs. Constance Strachan, Brizcel Anderson, wife ther Mrs. A lean' Warfield; Mason and Rush.Services will Carmel Baptist Church, 1230.
step-father five sisters and be held Saturday 1 p.m. in the
sorrows, look down from wife; children and grandchildren Josh Grant, brother ;
above and shed o'er thy child and FamilyIN four brothers. Services were Triumph Church. HOUSE OF ALBERT
held Monday in the chapel. Harry Newton, Sr. of4417
ren the balm of thy love. ."
SW 25th St., West Hollywood, Quillie Coath of 10370 SW

Sadly missed by IN MEMORIAMIn MEMORIAMIn Willie Brown of 2200 SW115 died March 4. He Is survivedby 172nd St.,died Feb. 27 at Jack-

Rev. James Pickett: memory of our mnfho,. Ave., Goulds, died Feb.26.He his wife Salina; two sons son Hospital. He is survivedby

husband memory of ''t is survived by his mother Mrs. Harry Jr. and Raymond; a his wife Hazel. Services

Mirkie Lee Duhart and Maggie Whetsel; a daughter daughter Victoria Ann; a bro- will be held Saturday at Mt.
Odessa Hightower, sisters Lula M. Whetsel; two sons ther a sister and a cousin. Sinai Church, Perrine, 2 p.m.

and other relatives and r u4 James and Harvey; a sister Services will be held Friday Elmer Wright of 410 NW 43

friends Bessie Simmons and a niece 2 p.m. at Central Baptist. St., died Feb. 24 at Jackson

.p Eudell Peddy. Services were Hospital. He is survived by his

I held muesday in the chapel. Gather Welch of 1734 NW wife Elizabeth, a daughter

IN MEMORIAM 152nd Ter., Opa-locka, died Linnette Baker, two brothers
Marion Parker of Ft. Pierce Feb. 28. He is survived by his Carlos and Earnest. Serviceswere
of beloved
j In loving memory our -
sister and mother, Fla., died March 1, at Vet- wife Rosa; a son Gather, Jr.; held Saturday at Drake
erans Hospital in Miami. Re- and a daughter Sarah. Ser- Memorial.

$ \ mains were shipped to Ft. vices will be, held Saturday, Mrs. Othia Howard of 1940

Pierce for final rites. 4 p.m. at Greater Bethel Baptist NW 4th Ave., Apt. 8, died in
TA > Church of Opa-locka. her home Feb. 27. She is sur-

.r Johnnie Lamar Aldermanof vived by her husband Walter,
1090 NW 66tli St., died Feb. Kasey Davis, Sr. of 2452 two sons Eugene and Benjamin;

DEACON HARRY WALKERwho 27. He is survived by four NW 44th St., died Much 1.He three daughters Alma Swain,
-- -- -'-- -
daughters Ma Jester Pryor, is survived by his wife Bea- Bevely Simmons and Ella M.
departed this life March REV. LEONA RUTH WARD Ardonis McGee. Elease Davis trice a daughter Mary Wells; Howard. Arrangements are

8, 1964. who departed this life Feb. 28, and Theresa Bethel; three sons a son Kasey. He will be ship- incomplete.Mrs. .

Seems like he is just away. 1965. Willie, Joe, and Milton, 15 ped to Vienna, Georgia for

With a cheery smile and a wave The familyIN grandchildren, two brothers services on Sunday. Dorothy Bethel of 1024
of the hand, he wandered into James and Freddie and three NW 61st St., died Feb. 26 at
w1pfi an unknown land. I say he is MEMORIAMIn great grands. Remains were Lester Wilfred Strachan of North Miami General Hospital -

not dead, he has Just passed sad and loving memoryof shipped to NewSmyrna Beach, 5962 NW 3rd Ave.,died March She is survived by her

/ away. The love Is still the our beloved husband,father, Fla., where services. were 2 at Jackson Hospital. He is husband Clifford; two daugh-

4 Vp same and we will see you some son and brother, held Wednesday. survived by his wife lona; four ters Geneva Barnes and Elizabeth -

- day. JOHN MAYS Mrs Claudia Sampson of sons Steve Patrick, Mitchelland I ;'three sons Lloyd,

MRS. NETTIE STRINGERwho who departed this life March 550 NW 22nd St., died Feb.27. Anthony Lester; his mo- Kenneth and Clifford Jr. Ser-

departed this life Feb.22, Mrs. Ceola Walker, wife 4, 1966. She is survived by her hus- ther Mrs. Lenora Strachan; vices were held Saturday at

1965. Sisters, children and grand- Gone, but not forgotten. band George; two sons Harold and a sister Elenore New- ,:St. Agnes Episcopal Church.

Four years have passed children Sadly missed by the family and Arthur; a daughter Bar- bold. Arrangements ae in-

since that sad day when the The Mays Family bara; five sisters Grace complete.John .

one we loved was called away. Thomas, Rita Davis, Clifford EBENEZER
We loved her but God loved her CARD OF THANKSThe CARD OF THANKS Walker, Nancy White and VeraM. C. Gordon of 2960 NW

best. The family of the late Smith; two brothers Robert 68th St., died March 2. He Is Sunday, Infant baptismand
family of the late MR. EDDIE LITTLE and Albert Davis. Remains survived by his wife Louise; reception of members at

;' ,The Family WILFRED who departed this life,Jan.24, ,were shipped to Buena vista, a daughter Thejuana Renee; a the 11 a.m. service.The youth
\ WHILEY 1969, wish to express our sincere Georgia Wednesday for final son Winford Clark;two sisters class for church membershipmeets
thanks for all the kindnesses -. rites. Ernestine Richardson and each Tuesday from 5 to
., mb to thank the many relatives
and friends for their shown to us during our Ethel Fuller; a brother Earl 6p.m.
kindness and services during hour of bereavement'Special Gary Young of 2466 NW 55th,and his mother Eunice Gordon We are to render a worship

:CARD'OF THANKS our bereavement. thanks to Richardson Funeral St., died March 3, at his residence Arrangements are Incomplete service Sunday at St. James
I Home, and our many friends He ,Is survived by his AME Church 3:30 p.m.Choirs

We, with ,t'o thank each and Funeral Special: Home thanks, our to,the devoted Range and neighbors throughout the parents Mr.'and Mrs. Willie Mrs. Ola Woodson of 783 1 and 2, Ushers' board 1 and 2

everyone for being so nice In neighbors, and the many persons city. We cannot find words'tothaDt Young seven brothers and NW 64th St., died March 4.She will serve.We are expecting

our time of sorrow too numerous to, name. you all enough for themany sisters; grandparents Mr. and.Is survived by three daughters to meet you thtre.

E God blest. you all. cards' telegrams, flowers -. Mrs. Willie Miller and Mr. Leonie Henley Llllie Gooden Don't 'forget' the' Seasons'

1 Sign and donations. and Mrs. Gary Young Services and Emma L. Houston;grands Rally, support the' season of

( ,Acy McCoy and Family; The Family Mrs. Doris' Little and were. held Thursday In and great grands. Arrangements your birth. Let us pray for and
Family1 the chapel. are Incomplete. visit the sick and shut-ins.


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THE MIAMI TIMES, Friday, March 7, 1969 23 I

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Fairs" To Consult With Black firm Gets $Million

Dade 11th Graders

Contract To Build Woolworth
Representatives of some 47 at Miami-Dade Junior College A&M and Florida State Universities
American colleges and universities North Campus, Wednesday, Tallahassee; Florida
will be on hand for March 12, and In the cafeteriaof Atlantic University, Boca
consultation with students of Miami Killian Senior High Raton; Florida Presbyterian Store In HarlemNEW

Dade County's high schools School on Thursday, March 13,. College, St. Petersburg;
March 12 and 13. Miss Margaret J.Gilkey, Florida Southern College, YORK. Officials of
Two "college fairs,"aimed director of pupil personnel Lakeland; Florida Technological the F. W. Woolworth Co.signed
chiefly at llth graders and services, Dade County University, Orlando; an approximately $l-mil-
their parents, will be held in Schools, said that her office University of South Florida, lion contract with a Negro contracting
the John F. Kennedy building issued 82 invitations to institutions Tampa; Rollins College Win firm for the construction -
of higher learning en- ter Park; St. Leo College, St. of a major store in the
Carver tered by 1967 and 1968 grad Leo; Stetson University,' De- heart of Harlem.
uates of Dade high schools.,land; University of Miami and The Winston A. Burnet Construction
Invitations were not sent to Miami-Dade Jr. College, Mi Co. of New York,
Ranches those institutions which had ami. Inc. will begin construction
set up their own college admissions Out-of-state Institutions immediately and is scheduledto zx
News conferences prior to Which will be represented Include complete the work in the

March 12. : Agnes Scott College, latter part of this year, .
By Walter Bow Dr. Catherine Y. Walton, American University, Andrew When completed, the entire
-- coordinatorof pupil personnel College, Cornell University, project will be valued at more
The Ladies Auxiliary to services in the Northwest District Duke University, Emory University than $2 million It, is part of
Post No.8195 will hold regular is in charge of the Wed Georgetown U n i v e r-. the unique sale-leaseback arrangement -- .-
meeting Sunday, March 9 at nesday event, which will include sit;'Georgia Southern College, under which a black
5 p.m. Members please be secondary schools in the Judson College, King College, group, Harlem Freedom Associates BLACK CONTRACTOR SIGNS contract with
present at the post home on Northwest, Northeast, and Lagrange College, Mars Hill bought the propertyand the F. W. Woolworth Co. to build one of New York
Pembroke Road. Mrs. Addle North Central Districts. College, Maryvllle College, will lease the completedstore State's largest Woolworth stores in Harlem. Con-
is and
James president Mrs.
Donald 0. Fussell, coordinator Mercer University, Newcomb to Woolworth. work will the
Ruth Scott Is secretary. struction begin immediately on property -
Ohio State Representing the principalsat
of pupil personnel ser College, University
and Ollie Smith of which has been sold of
Mr. Mrs. Princeton, already to a group
vices in the South Central District University, the signing ceremonieswere
1004 Foster Rd. celebrated is in charge, of Thursday Reinhardt College, St.An- William G. ,Baker Jr., black citizens who will lease it back to W u>lworth.
their 38th Wedding Anniversary activities, which cover drews Presbyterian College, Woolworth's Northeastern G.
at their home in Hallan- In the picture are (left to right) William Baker
secondary schools in the South Shorter College,Southern Methodist regional vice president, and
dale., Feb. 23. ,Central, Southwest, and South University, Southern from the Burnett Company, Jr., Woolworth's Northeastern regional vice presi-
Don't forget the Saturdayand districts. Technical Institute,Tulane Winston A. Burnett, presi dent and Winston A. Burnett,. presidentchairmanof
Friday night this weekendattheposthome.'Come ,Of those Invited, 22 Florida University, Valdosta State dent-chairman; Robert W. the Winston A. Burnett Construction Co. of New

and colleges and universities, and College, and Virginia Inter Jones, vice president .. national York Inc.It .
enjoy yourself plenty of re- ,
25 from of state mont College.
out are expected operations; Albert Holland
freshmsnts. to set up exhibits and Students at private and parochial general counsel, and has subsidiaries in San The arrangement for sale of
conference tables, and man schools have been invited Carl: F. Burnett, vice president Francisco, Calif; Washington, the property to Harlem Freedom
Mr. Harry Newton of 4417 them from 7:30 to 9.00o'clock: to attend the fairs. u contracts and estimat D,C. and in Pennsylvania.The Associates, ablackgroup
SW 25th St., died InHollywood each night. During the day, subsidiaries function as extensions organized to buy the propertyand
Memorial Hospital Tuesday. many admissions officers will ing.The Winston A. Burnett of the national offices lease back to Woolworth,
Services will be held at Central visit specific senior high CHRIST EPISCOPAL Construction Company is one within the "framework of our was designed to bring bene-
Baptist Church In West Holly" schools, by special request of of the largestblackcompaniesIn concept of employ ing avail fits to the entire Harlem com
wood. Rev. B. L. Mark, of- each school's assistant principal Instructions for persons the contracting field. It was able, experience people who munity.
ficiating.- for guidance. desiring to be confirmed will organized 25 years ago and live in the areas where we The Harlem group plans to
Please don't forget our first Among Florida colleges begin next Sunday at 10 a.m. has grown into one of the lar- operate." convey the land to the Canaan
meeting Monday night in the which will send representatives Anyone who has a candidateis gest construction companiesin Work will commence immediately Baptist Church, 132 West 116
school.I cafetorium at 7 p.m. to Dad e's "college asked to contact the church the nation. on the buildings at Street, which has appointed a
As we stated these classesare fairs," are Barry, Biscayne, office or be present on Sunday. "The kind of talent and expertise 208-220 West 125th Street in committee of representativeblack
free. All books and materials and Florida Memorial Colleges Mr. SyrU Bullard, Sr. is provided by our all- Harlem to construct a modern citizens to act as trustees
are furnished by the in Miami; ,Aerospace chairman of the Chair Drive. black. executive staff Woolworth store.. with,a and advice,on the,use,of '.
Adult Education program;!We Technical Institute and Flori- Those, ,persons :interested in fleeted," Mr. Burnett said, total of 55,000 square feet of future income.Cashier .
need your support in order to da Institute Technology, donating $4.00 for one chair "In the meteoric rise and expansion floor space, making it one of
make this program success. Melbourne; Bethune-Cookman may contact him. of the organization." the largest Woolworth storesin
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+ 24 THE MIAMI TIMES, Friday, March 7, 1969


\# Rev. G. M. Champion, pastor L. L. Sands, rector
: Helen Golden, reporterI Bryley Newton, reporter
Y 1'r'f f you really Tint to see, On the second Sunday In
I b hear, and know what is goingon Lent, March 2, the parishioners : -
e among the churches; why of St. Agnes were gladto

not come to Mt. Herman AME welcome Father Theodore

1 Church, 2245 West Bunche Gibson rector of Christ Epis-

Park Dr., Opa-locka, Sunday, copal Church, who was guest
March 9. preacher in the absence of Fr,

The chairman,co-chairman Sands.
A namely: Mrs. G. Dallas and Sympathy from all of us Is

y Mrs. A. Hamilton their escorts extended to Mr. Clifford
itr gnu 3n (!J Urt &un ay Mrs. E. Glover, Mrs. L Bethel and family in the loss

Anderson and the women of Mt. of his wife, Dorothy Bethel

Herman are working hard to who died Feb.25; Mr.and Mrs.
NEW MACEDONIA MT. OLIVETTEThe .plan a full day of joyful activities William Hanna and family
for everyone.We whose son, William Hanna Jr.

Rev. Roscoe Jackson,pastor officers and members '\ will begin at 9:30 with was killed In Germany; Father
Willie J. Beard, reporterThe would like to thank the many our co-chairman Mrs. R. Le- and Doctor Edwin Shirley in
pastor wishes to thank friends for helping to make verity, presiding over the Sun- the loss of their brother and

each and everyone who accompanied their 19th annual Men's Daya day School along with her will uncle, Dr. John W. Shirley.

him on last Tuesday success Special thanks to be guest teachers.At The Miami Deanery meetingof
night to Zion Hill M. B.Churchto Rev. W. M. Davis of First 11 a.m. you will hear a the ECW will be held Fri-

render services for Rev.N. Baptist Church Brownsville aw., charming lady; Rev. Mrs. day, March 14, at Holy Cross
F. Clark and congregation who was our morning speaker Chestina Delaney who is a native Episcopal Church beginningwith
of St. Matthew. Rev C. Reaves, Browns Chape:l Floridian.She registration at 9:30 a.m.
On Sunday at 3 p.m. Choir Baptist, Deacon Nelson Range received her high school and communion at 10 a.m.
No. 2 of New Macedonia will Church of Christ,Hezeklah education at Allen Norman Industrial Luncheon reservations may
be in a battle of songs with Lundy, Antioch Baptist high school. Later be made with Mrs. Majorie
Choir No. 1 of New providenceand Church, Deacon Clifford How- '" she attended Morris Brown Wake by Monday, March 10.

Choir No. 1 of Greater New ard, Bethel Baptist, Richmond ', ,/ College and Turners Theo- The Parish Guild invites you
Bethel M, B. Churches.This Heights, Mr. Curtiss Brown, . i: ": logical Seminary Department to its first Lenten Tea Sunday,
program will be held at New Israel Bethel, Antioch Male t She is an ordained minister. March 9, at 4 p.m. in the
Providence, 760 NW 53rd St., Chorus, Liberty City andJordan .... >" J"\ .... I am sure you will be delighted parish hall
Rev. C. J. Burney, pastor Grove Male Chorus. Greater Bethel ladies head important committeesto when you hear her.

On Friday night there will On the third and fourth Sun guarantee the success of Women's Day on March At 3 p.m.Rev.G. B.Garmonand CHRISTIAN
be an auxiliary meeting of all days Rev. Essex will be our congregation of Mt. Zion FELLOWSHIP
23rd at Greater Bethel A.M.E. Church. They are Inviting -
auxiliaries with both choirs guest minister and the fifth AME Church, Opa-locka will
and ushers' board and auxiliaries Sunday Rev. Warren of Palatka the public to join them in this wonderful cele- worship with us. Rev. P. S. Brown, pastor.

of the church participating Fla. will be the guest. bration. Shown in the picture, left to right: Top: Mrs. Don't forget the 7 p.m.ser- M. L. Nixon, reporter

Rev. Perry White will be Tuesday, March 11, at 7:30 Cherry Boggess, chairman, Souvenir Program; Mrs. vice when the Musical Ex- Many thanks from the pastor
the speaker with Rev. Jimmy p.m. will be the meeting of our Florence Washington chairman Ushers and Hospita- travaganza will be presented. and congregation to Rev. At-
Williams alternating, This is kins and members of Mt.Cal-
quarterly conference, we are I am sure if you will plan to
sponsored by the Deaconess urging all members to pleasebe lity. Bottom: Mrs. Marion Muldrow, Ad chairman and :spend the day and worship with vary Baptist for allowing us

Board in behalf of Men's Day. present and on time. Miss Eddie Wilson, Decoration chairman. Photo I us, you will be thrilled. to share their pool Sunday for
The public is invited attend. the baptism of our members.
Mt. Olivette is still on the by Dan Francis.MT. .
Sister Mellanee Lumpkin, air, we Invite you to tune in GREATER A Musical Tea will be given
,by the adult choir and
president. GREATER usher
Sunday morning. Radio
On Wednesday, March 12, station WMBM, 12:15. Pleaselet SINAI BETHLEHEMRev. NEW BETHEL i iV board at the home of Sister
Choir No. 2 of Greater New us hear from cardor Rev. W. K. Smith, pastor 'and Brother Thomas Blue the
Macedonia will be in a battle letter, our mailing you address Rev. Cleo Albury, pastorB. C. H. Smith, pastor Alice Irving, reporterThe fourth Sunday in this Month

of songs with Choir No. 1 of is 1450 NW First Court.CHRISTENED . Boney, reporterThe Mary Hopkins, reporter No. 1 Deaconess Board :from 4 to 5 p.m. .The publicis
Greater New Mt. Zion M. B. youth will be In chargeof Sunday we will have Baptism :invites you to their installa- : invited. Coming soon will bea

Church, Homestead and Choir worship services Sunday service. The pastor is askingall j tion services at the church Tom Thumb Wedding and
1 of morning. candidates to be at the ]Fashion Revue
No. Jordan Chapel Free- Wednesday night, March 12. sponsored by
) will Baptist Church, Coconut The church will go with the church at 8 a.m.. ,Our own Rev; Allen Weaver (the BTU. There is great entertainment -
Grove. This program will be pastor ,Sunday to Mt. Tabor There will be a fish fry Saturday will be the guest speaker. j and culture at

held here, 3165 NW 56th St. Baptist Church where DeaconE. night, March 8 atSister Rev. Douglas Cook and congregation I'each BTU hour, at 5:30 p.m.
Deacon Henry Jefferson, G. Luckie Day will be cele Ware's, sponsored by Usher I, of Jordan Grove will :\Sister M. G. Scott director
Is president brated. Program participation Board No. 1. Also a pie sale render services at Greater You are cordially invited.

# include our youth choir, Saturday at Sister Elouise New, .Bethel Sunday, March 9, Our heartfelt sympathy to
A dr P J. D.Allen and the Cavaliers. Chrlstful, 1059 NW 83rd St., at 3 This is in :*Sister Theresa Bethel in the
JORDAN GROVE | Everyone is invited. sponsored by Choir No.1. i j behalf of women's program day. loss of her father. Pray for and

Don't fail to register before The Male Chorus will be In Ordination services will beheld I'help the ill and less fortunate.
Rev. Douglas Cook,pastor the March deadline. charge of music at both ser- I j
at the church Tuesday
Eddie Gilbert, reporterThe The Training Session Bro- vices.
I night, March 11, Rev J. A,
No.2 Ushers' Board
therhood meeting, Thursday, Members are asked to attend Jackson of Macon ST. JAMES AME
will sponsor a tea on Satur- March 6,7 p.m. Laymen!Don'tforget regular weekly activities. : Georgiawill
day night at the home of Dea- > ;, Let us continue to for deliver the message.
.' On the
; list are: Bro.
con and Sister McLeod 1501 'L; To our sick, shut-ins and the sick and shutOur sick J Eddie]
Rawlings Sis. Veronica
NW 87th Terrace at 8 p.m.The bereaved families, "In all thy are: Sister Smith,the pastor's ,
J Ricks and
public is Invited.Brother Pittsis -. - ways acknowledge Him, and wife, Sis. Corena Buoy's baby Brown.
I(Our sympathy to the Welch
president.The He will direct thy paths" is in Jackson Hospital.Visitors
j family Funeral services will
pastor is asking all
are always welcome.
be held
Saturday at 4
choirs and ushers and the en-
tire church at large toaccompray Little Calinda Yvette Dunn MATTHEWS The Young Auxiliary invite
him on this Sunday at 3 was christened Feb. 16 at An- THANKFUL BAPTIST you to a tea Saturday night in

p.m. to Greater New Bethel in tioch Baptist Church. Mr. and Rev. A. Randall, pastor the church dining room.Sister

Opa-locka, Rev. W..K. Smith, Mrs. Clarence Dunn are the Annie Vassar, reporterThe Rev. C. Ramsey,pastor ]]Ruby Williams will be the I
pastor proud parents The Dunns have Jr. Choir and Ushers' We are now in the middle of guest speaker.

The women of Jordan Grove two, boys: Santo and Terryl. will celebrate their anniversary our baby contest drive which

will observe their 11th annual The beaming Godparents are this Sunday. A programis will climax the fourth Sunday
Women's Day on the fourth Mr. and Mrs. Herman Walton. in store. night in April.On ZION HILL -

Sunday in May. The chairman, The Sons' of Faith will sing Saturday Mardi 15,there

Sister Mary Brown is askingall here Thursday night. Everyone will be a sea,food and chicken Rev. James Pickett, pastor REV. S. L. GAY
who can and will to pay their is asked to come out and dinner at the home of Sister Dinners are being sold
assessments. Any mem- MEMORIAL BAPTIST have a good time. Rosemary Thomas, 16421 NW I(every Saturday at the church Homecoming Day will be observed -
On the fourth Sister 18th Ave. Opa-locka beginning : Sunday.At .
ber who does not belong to an Rev. I.C.Mickins, pastor Sunday 2385 NW 60th St. Phone 633-
Townsley is sponsoring a Mu- at 12 noon. ,
auxiliary please assessment -
pay your
Lucille Bechett, reporter 3 Rev. Aaron Hall
p.m. ,
sical She is On at 3 the
Program. askingall Sunday, p.m.
to the church
cap.tain Sunday, March 2, will be Sunday is Founders Day in I j pastor of Ebenezer Methodist
choirs of the church to take, Bethlehem Baptist Church of
Kappy Martin. remembered as a mile stone I,memory of the pastor's wife I i Church and congregation will
part in the program Homestead and pastor Rev M.
for the newly organized Me- Sister Gertrude Pickett. All 1 l be our guest, and at 7 p.m.
Brother Hurbert Marty is Ginning will render service.
ZION HOPE morial Temple Baptist Church ill. Please don't forget toprayand Please remember prayer members are asked to pay :;Rev. J. J. Williams, pastor of
Regular services were held their five dollars. :Metropolitan AME Church and
visit the sick and shut-Ins. services Wednesday, at 8 p.m.
at its temporary location, 4116 We are working toward our I Paul Freeman
Rev. pastor Friday night choir No. 1 re- .
NW 167th St. A large crowd annual Women's Day which We are extending an invitationto
Bessie reporter VALLEY GROVE hearsal at 8:30 p.m. Let's remember :
There will be preaching at enjoyed the morning message to pray for our sick will be the third Sunday in May. 1< our members and friendsto
the church Friday night, brought to us by our own pastor and 'shutins.CHRISTIAN'V. We have selected Sister Robinson I i come and worship with us
March 7, in behalf of Choir No. Rev. I. C. Mickins. Music Rev. R. A. Norton,pastorE. as our chairman. :all day. Dinner will be served

1's anniversary, sponsored was rendered by the beautiful Ferguson, reporter Prayer service every The pastor is asking and

I. Deacon Locke, president. and talented Miss Joan E. Friday night Rev. Eversonand Tuesday night. Let us remem- \urging every member to come

s Choir No.'2 will be one of Storr congregation will render Elder A. Ford, pastor 1 ber the sick and shut-In in our j and register with$7.00 and get

r the guest choirs at New Pro- Holy Communion was ob- services in behalf of the dea- 5431 SW Mayo Street J'prayers. :your membership card.

vidence Sunday, March 9 lathe served after both morning and con board. West Hollywood
battle of songs between vari- afternoon services. Our first Friday night after the sec- Blondie Higgins,reporterThe BIBLE Mrs. Louise Woods and the
ous churches, at 3:00. They day of worship was a joyous ond Sunday, Rev. J. C. Woody pastor is asking all March-Ites will have a dinner
are'asking members and success spiritually and finan- will be guest speaker spon- members to meet him Friday CHURCH OF GOD sale all day Saturday in the

' friends who can and will to cially. sored by the deaconess. night, March 7 in Oakland Parkat Bishop E. E.Rahming,pastor ;parish hall. Call 691-4212 and
meet them there and give them We are always happy to have Friday night after the third Mother Frances Church on Shirley Cooper, reporter ]place your order.
moral support. you worship with us. Sunday Sunday Rev. Hicks will be the her anniversary.The Southern On Sunday the Missionary
your Easter practice each Mon- School 9:30 a.m.; morning guest speaker, sponsored by Trumpets will appear along \Circle will be In charge of To the sick and shut-ins,
day at 4:00. All children are worship 11 a.m. evening wor- the No. 1 Ushers' Board. with Mother Ford, Sunday services at 3 p.m. We are inviting I there is always hope for peace
ship 7 Please continueto sick all missionaries and 'and matter to what
asked to come out, if you planto p.m. please remember the night, March 9. ] recovery no
take part in the program. mike our church your and shut-ins In your daily Pray for the sick and shut- friends to come out and be with i ius. depths we have fallen Have
choice of worship. prayers. ins. :filth and pray.
Sister Riley, sponsor.


THE MIAMI TIMES, Friday, March 7, 1969 2$

Black Methodists Boycott Church

t yk wl rM Publishing House

ATLANTA. The Black stroyed by tornadoes and a in recent months because it

Methodists forChurchRenewal train explosion recently.The has not Joined the organization

called here Feb. 23 fora boycott resolution said though It has stated thatit

boycott of the Methodist Publishing the Publishing House has "in agrees with its principles.

House (MPH) until it defiance of General Con- In the first national confer-

Joins Project Equality, a fair ference endorsement,blatantly ence of Negro Methodists, a

employment program. refused to participate in year ago in Cincinnati, participants -
In one of the closing actionsof I and comply with Project had been critical of

the three-day second annual Equality," which is an interfaith MPH and other church agen-

conference, participants resolved programencouragingre- cies for racial discrimination -
to lead a mass demon- ligious bodies to use their economic in employment and other

stration against the publishing power to eliminate dis- practices. Hdwever, the main

4 { headquarters In Nashville, crimination in employment. It thrust at that time was accep-

Tenn., on Good Friday, April added that MPH "has not ef- tance of "black power" as the

4, if it is not by then committed fected an effective programof response to "racism in

to Join Project Equality. upgrading black employeesnor America and The Methodist

They urged that all has it maintained a progressive Church."
yl MEl churches, especially black and aggressive pro- Some of last year's recom-

churches, immediately cancel gram for hiring black peopleat mendations resulted in 1968
all standing orders for liter- all levels." General Conference action

____ -- .......... ature, goods and materials The conference called also such as establishment of a
from the organization and that for the church's annual con- Commission on Religion and
ministers mail their Cokes- ferences to "prohibit the Race and further steps toward
ANNUAL MARDI GRAS FESTIVAL WINNERSAt bury (MPH retail outlet)cour- presence of Cokesbury rep- elimination of discriminatory

tesy cards to the publisher as resentatives and sales" at practices, as well as endorse-
a presentation ceremony Sunday, March 2, the Vicar, Fr. A. T. Dear,
a means of protest their sessions, urged the fed- ment of Project Equality.
presented a first prize trophy again this year to Mrs. Maud Butler for reporting: The Rev. James M. Law- eral government to cancel any Some other recommendations -

$536, the highest amount of any individual in the church. A first prize revolving son, Memphis Tenn., pastor, contracts it has with MPH voted at Atlanta were

trophy was presented again this year to Mrs. Edna Seymore for the St. was re-elected chairman of and urged all boards, agen- expected to be announced in

Elizabeth Guild for reporting $268, the highest amount of corporate the national organization. cies and institutions of the the near future, according to
any group' Other officers chosen by some church to apply for Project Mr. Lawson.
Honorable mention was accorded Mr.C. D.. Wyche (individual) and Sheba Marti!n 300 delegates here are Miss Equality membership. It also Attendance at this second

for St. Theresa Guild. The Mardi Gras Committee extends its sincere gratitudeto > Minnie Stein, New York City, established a task force"with conference included three ofthe

the congregation and commun ity participants for 'making our 1969 Mardi Gra:I vice chairman; the Rev. Mel- the power to effect direct action < church's six Negro
tremendous vin Talbert, Los Angeles,sect wherever and wheneverit bishops, several district sup-
Total collected date
a success. to is 243217. Pictured above i
retary, and Robert J, Palmer, is deemed necessary to en- erintendents and Negro staff
the Mardi Gras committee. First row, from left to right, is Sybil Johnson, Edna i I Sumter, S. C., treasurer. hance participation in project members of most general

Seymore, Maud Butler, Ora Williams, Sheba Martin and James Delancy. Second I The closing session also Equality" !boards.

row: Fletcher A. Paschal Jr., Father A. T. Dear, Octeon Tellis, Mary Jenkins, heeded a plea from the Dis- Many national agencies of'i
aster Committee of Laurel i the United Methodist
and third row: Ollie Henry, Marion Major, D.. H. Melton White, Mary Ferrell ANTIOCHRev.
(' and Hazelhurst, Miss.,to provide have joined the program, fol-
Doris Lynch, Jacqueline Silva, Patsy Rahmings. Other members of the com-1 funds and to mobilize lowing recommendation of ,

mittee are Charles Wyche, Doris Duty, Wilber Jenkins, Henry McKinney, Hu other aid for persons in those the 1968 General Conference. J. W. Stepherson, pastor

bert Sharp, Walter Parlin, Elisha Hepburn, Amelia Taylor, Manthel $ilaAr- communities, where 99 homes The Publishing House has been There at will the be church a musical program -

lene Williams, Gloria Green and Noel Cobb. and five churches were de- under fire from some agenc 'I Saturday,
March 8, at 8 pm featuringthe

Smiling Jubilees, Miami;
the Gospel Echoes, Ft. Laud-
SHILOH erdale; the Related Five,Opa-

C, J. Burney, pastor Rev. A, M,Griffin,pastor locka and the Utility Voices,
Rev. J. W. Dunn pastor .
Miami. The public is invited.
Arsula Edwards,rporterThe Cheryl English, reporter
The Willing Workers of- pastor and members Last Sunday the Jr. Choir Deacon Andy Walden is spon- ..
ficers will have their installa-
a invite you to attend their Ninth journeyed to Belle Glade.They i sor.
tion service at
on Sunday
Annual Women's Day, Sunday, would like to thank everyonewho the Juniors will sponsor a
3 Deacon Hardee is the
p.m. March 23. Plan now to attend. helped to make this trip Car Wash Saturday from 9-2
of Pleasebe
president thisgroup.
The No 1 Choir will spon- possible.The pm at the church. Donation
present to hear Rev. C. K.
to sor a Battle of Songs Sunday, pastor is asking the fl.OO.
Rogers preach us.
All members please see March 9, 3 p.m. between church to go with him Friday We are invited to a tea Sunday -
night before the fourth Sun- ti at the residence of Rev.
Bro. Rains and give him yourmen's Greater New Macedonia and ...
day to Antioch Baptist Churchof t md Mrs. J. W. Stepherson,
Men'sday Greater Bethel of Opa-locka a 4i
Our ,
will day be Sunday pledge., March 23. at New Providence. The pub- Brownsville, Rev. J.W. '4 1l 2501 NW 47th St., from 46

The members extend their lic is invited. Stepherson, pastor. j.m.AlLmembers.visitorsandfriends
Red Circle and Sunshine are Invlt Sponsored
Bible class and
to Sister Wright and prayer

Deaconess loss of their E.loved Williams the Consecration meeting Tuesday hour at of 7:30 prayeris p.m. p.m.Bro.Band will meet Saturday at 3 ;i \ ii I f1I i Mrs' the Corine Pastor's Pierce Aid, ispresi-Board.

You are invited to visit withus held Sunday at 5 a.m. Con- Nelson Raines, Bro. Continue in for all
tinue in prayer for those who George Dodson and the C Lord prayer
at Please
an time. con-
y SHERMAN Ick shut-ins and
C's will be here after service bereaved
are sick shut-ins and bereaved
tinue to visit and for the
pray next Sunday night in behalf ofwomen's THOMAS GOSPEL CHORUSThe
sick and shut-ins.
day. Women's Day is Herman Thomas Gospel at 8:00. The Rev. F. L. John- TEMPLE BAPTISTThe
the fourth in
Sunday May. Chorus will render a song ser- son is pastor.Brother Herman
Let remember to visit
BEREA BAPTIST us vice at Brownsville Baptist Thomas is director. The pub- trustee board T.
ST. MARY'SRev. and pray for the sick and shutin. ,
Church on this Friday night lic is invited. I Bonevy, chairman will sponsor -
Rev. J. Toles, pastor H. V, Stuart, pastorAt a program at the church

Luella Robinson,reporter 3:30: p.m. you are Invitedto CHRISTIAN SCIENCE Sunday; afternoon, March 16.
There will be a program at attend the Seventh Anni- GRACERev. NEW HOPERev. fI I Friends are Invited.

3 o'clock Sunday, in behalf of versary of our pastor and 42nd W. F. Savoy, pastor W, E, Sims, pastor Judgments needn't be made The Rev. D, Russell, associate -

our building fund. Deacon Anniversary of the Mis- This Sunday evening,at 7;00 i I Loraine Fuller, reporterOur fearfully or haphazardly. Our minister attended services -
Robert Young is the chairman.The sionary. An enjoyable eveningis the adult choir will presenttwo Easter practice is in ability to make right decisions last Sunday after having

Youth Department is planned. short plays, "The Most Friday at4:30 grows as our understanding of t been confined to the hospital
progress every
sponsor ing the Mighty Wond- Don't forget the dinner sale 1 Precious Crown," and "The p.m. All participants pleasebe God grows. As we yield to and and his home for six weeks
ers in an after service pro- sponsored by the men's day Holy City." An Interlude of express God's wisdom and i because of a serious accident.We .
gram Sunday. We are askingyou committee for delivery love, He guides Judgment Into
Saturday, musical selections will come Thursday evening March 6 pray for his complete re
to come and hear this fine intelligent and
call 7581601.Our compassionate
in between these play-lets. covery.:
at 8 p.m. the pastor's Aid club
group. sick and shut-ins are An evening of enjoyment is in will their paths. Listen to Make Sound York Pinder is in Jackson

Monday night, March 10 Mr. Sisters E, K. Johnson,Geneva store for you. The choir and talent present night. If presidents miss this Judgments" at 1:45 p.m. Sun- j Hospital. He is a member of ..

Bill Smith, talk master for Trotman and Bro. Calvin Ad- other members have worked event will you miss a treat:. day over radio station WMBM t the male chorus. Get well
radio station WKAT will be derly. Let us pray for them. industriously in preparing this Remember you the sick and It is God that girdeth me 'wishes go to him and other sick
guest speaker for the youth with strength, and maketh my
program; and we do trust that shut-ins with a and J members:
training hour. Everyone is prayer a way perfect." These words
you will bring guests to this visit. Sister Oceola Jordan and
welcome to hear this dynamic PILGRIM RESTRev. outstanding occasion.In Brother Ronnie in from Psalms will be read this
Finley are
speaker. Sunday as part of the Christian
preparation for the morn- Jackson NEW
Hospital. BETHELRev.
J. Nelson, pastor ing sermon, please study Science Bible Lesson-Sermon

Myrtice Hicks, reporterWe Mark, chapter,ten. titled ."
ST. MATTHEWS are urging all membersto KELLY'S CHAPELThe Fifth Church of Christ, Ernest Williams,pastor
support the Gold Coast As- Scientist, 1600 NW 54th St., Alice Harris, reporterThe

Dedicatory services for the sociation which will conveneat MT.CALVARYRev C Lord C's will be presented welcomes all.Come,enjoy our Ways and Means Club is

St. Matthews Missionary Baptist the church, 7510 NW 15th S,Atchison,pastor by the Senior Ushers' services. Church of which Rev.N.F. Ave. beginning March 6-9. Phyllis Beal, reporterThe Board, Mrs. Mildred Am- fp _ ____ __ i contest wlthRev. Stuart of St.

Clark is pastor will be at2:30 Rev. F. L. Carter, moderatorof date set for Sunday is brose, president at 4 p.m. ST. PETER'SRev. Mary WM Church.He is calling -

p.m. A march will begin from New Bethany is asking you the Mother-Daughter Father- Sunday. upon you to give him your

the home of Deacon and Mrs.J to sacrifice your time to attend Son Tea. Come out, there is Monday, March 10, at 7:30 C. F.Cooper,rector ;full support. We have a candy
G. Smith, 6408 NW 24th the various sessions to be something wonderful plannedfor p.m. Wesleyan Service On March 9,from 4 to 6 p.m.
Ave to the church at 61st St. held. New officers will be you. Guild, Mrs. Sim Bromfield, the Building Fund Committeewill I
and 24th Ave. Service will be elected Frlda All ladies are Prayer service and bible president will meet at the present its annual Lenten |given to those selling the

conducted by Rev. W. H, Ed- asked to be present Saturday class are now meeting every home of the secretary Mrs. Musical Tea. please come out :largest amount of 'candies.
wards moderator of the Sea- morning for their session. Thursday night. A church that Betty 'Wilson 6304 NW 14th and enjoy this evening of musical pray for the sick and shut-

board Baptist Association' Continue to pray for the less prays together stays together. Court. Members and ladies, entertainment. i ins, Brother Hezekiah Sears
Florida. The public is invited. fortunate and bereaved fami Please pray for and visit the who desire to Join are requested Continue to pray for our sick ;and Sis. Francis Woodside

Ben Brice, reporter. lies. sick and shut-in. to attend. and shut-ins. l both at home.



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921 N.E. 19th St. Miami, Florida Phone 751-1813

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These ore the Medical and Life Insurance Benefits we were able to secure
for our members in the NORTH and SOUTH

p HOSPITALIZATION . . . . . . . . . $ Blue Cross

SURGICAL . . . . as per schedule. . . $ Blue Shield

I HOSPITAL MEDICAL . . . . . . . $
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(Normal Delivery) Doctor . . . . . $ Semi-Private

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LIFE INSURANCE . . . . . . . . . $ 1,000.00
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NATIONAL ORGANIZATION INDUSTRIAL After 5 years in the Fund $1,000 Life & $2,000 acci
TRADE UNIONS (NOITU/ ) is a federation of local labor dental I death and dismemberment is added: every year
unions dedicated to serve all of its members regardless thereafter an additional! $500 Life and $1,000 accidentalof
race, color or creed. death and dismemberment is added until a maximum ofF
$10,000 Life and $20,000 A. D. & D. is reached. (This'
or its members it has instituted a system of insurance
IS our Senior Member Plan I ).
which provides for a death benefit of up to
$30,000.00 for accidental death, and $10,000.00 for natural LIMITED MEDICAL EXPENSE INDEMNITY. . . $ 1,250.00
death; dismemberment up to ;$20,000.00; weekly .(up to' annually)
,sickness. ,and accident payments up to $60.00; maternity
Cost of replacement of Blood and
its transfusion
slckleave with for .
pay our female members; Blue Cross
and Blue Shield with doctors' visits; free eye glasses Cost of replacement of Blood and its transfusion in the
and examination; blood plasma; oxygen ambulance ser event of Leukemia, limited to ten ((10)) pints.
vice. ; wheel chairs and crutches; etc. Cost of Ambulance Service, limited to 15.00 per call,
Cost of Oxygen and the use of a Tent,
: of our Union contracts provide! for holiday and Cost of rental of Crutches,
vacations with pay guarantede seniority > overAll
time pay as well as other benefits. Cost of rental I of a Wheelchair I ,
Cost of rental of a Hospital Bed with or without traction
NOITU/ is a modern organization which Functions apparatus for home use only.
for the membership. Our members have learned that it Cost of use of an Iron Lung.
does not cost to belong to NOITU . it pays ,

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locals Throughout/ South florida.

Contact NATIONAL Louis PRESIDENT.j [ask/ CALL 751-1813 JE 2-3586

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I THE"MIAMT( 1'1A\I'S.: r=rfdoy: j March 7. 969'Zl.

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I Pharr Elementary Design Cited/ By. ArchitectsTwo

Dade County public The announcement was special citations.Of those,two
school facilities, Kelsey L. made during the annual meet- were from Dade County.
pharr Elementary located In ing of the Association 'conducted : The Jury selected Kelsey L.
Model City at 2000 NW 46th last week in Atlantic Pharr as "a very compact

Street, and North Carol City City. elementary school building on
Elementary Relief School to a restricted site in a culturally LOUNGES LAUNDRY &

be constructed at NW 191 St. Andrew j. Ferendino, deprived neighborhood. Interior ZEBRA LOUNGE CLEANING I J. H. COPELAND

and 44th Ave. have won spec- architect to the Dade County flexibility well adapted 4400 Edwards NW 7th Avenue, Prop. WILLIAMS' 2939 CONSTRUCTIONEarl NW 48th Terrace

ial citations from the American Schools stated there were 233 to a nongraded, multiple- 1 TAILORS Day Service{ CLEANERS Alterations I I Phones 634.6233
Association of School Ad- new school buildings on ex- grouping educational program FUNERALDIRECTORS 4842 NW 27th Avenue I IndustrialCommercialResidential I I
ministrators for archltectual hibit at the national confer- ." The project architectis 634.9251

excellence. ence, and only 29 received Greenleaf& Telesca. MANKER-MILTON
6701 NW 15th Avenue
691-9151 A-J LABOR

RAHMINGS. EVERGREEN Agents Wanted I yer.. Men with cor..
Dairy Farmers Salute 5253 MORTUARY NW 7th Avenue Fork 11ft, Labore.., Ware-
sell The Miami
Agents to
754.0681 or 754.0682 housemen. Open 5130
Times are wanted all over
Outstanding StudentsThirty IMPORT-EXPORT Florida and Georgia. They ,A-1

HOUSE OF 7 SEASBOUTIQUE may be boys and girls or EMPLOYMENT

eight outstandingDade ner, and member of the Inter- in South Florida. adults. Make spending Restaurant, Hotel
County high school and racial Council at Miami Ktl- Young people being salute by Afro Jewelry-Asian, Perfumes Fashions money. Write or call Mrs. Domestic, Factory

college students will be salut- lian, and Ethel Chaney of 10316 the Dairy Farmers in Dade Arts, Crafts Davis I 6530 HW 15th A ve., 534 H. MIAMI AVENUE

ed by the South Florida Dairy SW 222nd Dr., who is this County include: Coral Gables 4409 NW 7th Avenue 691.0421.

Farmers, Inc. in a series of years Miss Mays High School. High School, Roger Peace and
public service television com- Vickie Norman Miami Senior DRESS SHOPS
A girl and boy from each of ; PATRICIA'S, INC.
mercials to be aired this High School Lorna Lanfordand
the participating schools will 5843 NW 17th Avenue MERCHANTS WHO ADVERTISE IN THE
starting in March. twins Andy and David 696.3515
be featured. Most of the girls
Selected for accomplishments Younts; Southwest MiamiHigh MIAMI TIMES ARE TELLING YOU THEY
are homecoming queens, and LORY'S FASHION SHOPS
In athleticsand most of the boys are outstand- School, Carrie Cleland and 6112 NW 7th Avenue APPRECIATE DOING BUSINESS WITH YOU.
student activities the stu- Tom McPhersonjHialeahHigh W. Smith
: Martin
dents will be featured on 20- School, Debbie Ray and Alex ,
second s e g men t s of minute The project is aimed at Brawner. PLEASE PATRONIZE THEMI!
commercials promoting milk. bringing to the attention of the North Miami High School,
Among them are Demetrius South Florida public the accomplishments Debbie Minton and Mike

Smith, of 540 .NW 58th St., a > of some of the Shafor; Miami Killian, Linda WE'VE MOVED!!!
Miami Carol City High School vast majority of teenagerswho Senn and R'lfus Ferguson, Mi-
football player; Sammie Mae are good citizens, making ami Springs High School,Deb- Magic City & Harlem Cabs

Roberts, of 1742 NW 91st St., constructive contributions to bie White andGary Rose- Operating the Citgo Service Station
Miami Central High School the ,community. monda; South Dade High NEW

homecoming queen; Rufus South Florida Dairy Far- School, Linda Marshall and LOCATION 1501 NW 62 St.

Ferguson, of 10340 SW 178th mers, Inc., members produce Jim Debenedetto; Coral Park

St., running back, track run- mSt of the milk consumed High School, Sherri Springerand 696-6400
Tommy Carlsen. PH gNE
NEW MT. MORIAHRev. Mays High School, Ethel mydressmaker

SOCIALThe A. L. Shipp, pastor Chaney and Charles Clarington DRIVERS WANTED
; Miami Beach High School, Full time or Part-time
Elks Evelyn Souter, reporter
Liberty City Lodge
Anramowitz Miami Carol NW 7th Avenue Apply at Office
Temple 6525 NW 18th Avenue The Deaconess and Stew- ; 6026
will a social ardess Union wll convene at City, Nancy Lipman and De-
sponsor every
Friday and Saturday night.En- New Mt. Moriah this Sunday at metrus Smith; MiamlCentral, END OF

tertainment Is free. Music 3 p.m. the public is invited, Ivo Arias and Sammie Mae SEASON SALE

Cash.will be furnished by Thomas 6700 Easter NW 14th practice Avenue.each Wed- Roberts.Miami Edison, Diana Bart- All Prices Slashed Do you have a SORE, RASH or DISCHARGE?

at 5 nett and Nathaniel Moore; Mi- Better dresses mad to
nesday p.m. IT COULD B E V 0
Prayer meeting and Bible ami Jackson; Jose Mateo and mfo.urt. Alteration fad

MT. TABOR study each Thursday night at Rosalind Smith; Miami-Dade arfd free. (Indef) For confidential I Information and
Junior College Toni Scavo of
Rev. J. W.Hendon,pastor 8 p.m. free treatment
Wilhelmina Sands, reporter Remember the sick, shut- Pat McLaughlin, Gene Becker
Women's Day will be cele- ins, our pastor, bereaved, the. and Richard Vendetti; University 1968SINGER Phone: 377-0341 Extension 152
brated March 23. An interest- Pryor family and those in the of Miami, Suzanne CONSOLE
ing and exciting program has armed services in your pray- Venhorst and Ted Hendricks; Slightly used zigzag In DADECOUNYHEALTHDEPARTMENT.tyllih
College Martha Madi- cabinet. Makes but 1350 14th Miami
been planned for your enjoy- ers. Visitors are always wel- Barry NW Street,
ton holes, sews on buttons,
ment. Please make plans to come. gan. monogramsappliques,over
celebrate with us on this day. casts and blind hem stitch.
The BTU will celebrateFounders' All without attachments.All .
controls built In. Fullprlce$52.200rallumepay'
Day Sunday, March Call
I 9, 5:30'p.m. The public Is cordially ments of $6 monthly. For AUTO INSURANCEImmediate
I invited to attend. free home demonstration, SR-22 Filings
i Dinners are being sold at the CHARLESROGERS call Credit Mgr. until 9 pm. Low Monthly Payments
church on Saturdays. Call No obligation. If toll, call
collect. 9223528. (Indf)
691-8732 to place your orders. AUTO TAGS DRIVERS LICENSE

Pray for the sick and shut-
ins. Visitors are always wel- D. GOODMAN & SONS
FOR A GOOD BUY ON A Same locati m for two generations
FIRST EMANUELRev. ORGAN SCOTT you want your clothes I .
PIANO, to receive exctllentcare, 2688 NW 62nd STPhone: 691-0380
J. E. Wright, pastor STEREO OR ORCHESTRA and expert cleaning and'
The pastor wish to thank INSTRUMENTS. pressing. Bring them to
all members for the turn out
Sunday morning. You are invited 1 DAY SPECIAL COLOR AND BLACK & WHITE TV SERVICE

to baptism this Sunday No Extra Charge
morning at the Greater New STEREORADIO TAPE RECORDER
Corner 62nd St. and 22nd

Bethlehem You are also Baptist invited worship Avenue N.W. VET TV

with us this Sunday morn-

ing beginning with Sunday TED FORMERLY OK JET IS NOW VET
School at 10 a.m.; morning
Itlllswl -: P
service at 11 a.m. Our pastor UAFLORIST 379-7735

will bring the message.Let I 1ILmI. P7er1A h

us always rememberthe 846 NW 2ND AVENUE OPEN 9108
sick and shut-ins in our



Rev. Swain and congre- fi CUSTOM MADE 111f

gation of New Mt. Zion Freewill PLASTIC FURNITURE 11 u a
Baptist will render ser- t" { SLIP COVERS

vices Friday, at 7:30p.m.You :;0, + .
are cordially invited. e HIAVV .AU a LONG LATIN
t rill MSIiTANIw
Our pianist Brother Den- ( .'ULLY.uAIAHTI..
nard and his wife will visit .
Macon, Georgia this weekend, SELL HAPPINESS II'OHMS AIlS-,. .1 d{ feLLLNIe

and are asking your prayersfor AMERICA'S LARGEST DISPLAYAt 0 P"T iirri.'..M/. rill /TIMATIf LejefR zOe 1C I

an enjoyable and safe trip. fh. "*."..4f .< N.rth-,.wtH WE WIRE FLOWERS e cm e1e io V.Inu::.s SPECIALIZING ..J.
The Rev. R. Walker and Sal COVERS lLIiNT 0"
CORNER. N.W. 54th ST & N.W. 3rd AYE.phoflez Exctatltivp.Y .
congregation of Springfield
.$l..7Fp 2 Cod 305 .
11 Baptist wiLl .render services &| .F1Ij4O1RrowardJA2: -5131 ; 1.A1 w
,Or 2010 Biscayp !! .
"Wednesday, March 12, at 7:30 754.8061x'! 1.i::' .
Mil OUiVttr:4* 'WJW ; Y.f.A. "
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921 N.E. 19th St. /Miami, Florida Phone 757-7873 Y YO'N"

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Union 5r These are the Medical and Life Insurance Benefits we were able to secure

for our members in the NORTH and SOUTH ..
y oU' ,,

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t .. 'I 0'" HOSPITALIZATION . . . . . . . . . $ Blue Cross

: 'Io\\t SURGICAL . . . : as per schedule. . . $ Blue Shield

HOSPITAL MEDICAL . . . . . . . $
MATERNITY . Full Coverage Hospital . . $ N.Y. Nat'l Contract;

(Normal Delivery) Doctor . . . . . $ Semi-Private

(Caesarian Delivery) Doctor . . . . $ Full Coverage

.. r r .. .1 .'" 1r JI III Tf ,
The NATIONAL ORGANIZATION OF INDUSTRIAL After 5 years in the Fund $1,000 Life & $2,000 acci-
TRADE UNIONS (NOITU/ ) is a federation of local labor dental death and dismemberment is added: every year
unions dedicated to serve all of its members regardlessof thereafter an additional $500 Life and $1,000 accidental
race, color or creed. death and dismemberment
is added until a maximum of
$10,000 Life and $20,000 A. D. & D. is reached. (This' "
For its members it has instituted of
a system insurance
is our Senior Member Plan).
which provides for a death benefit of up to
$30,000.00 for accidental death, and $10,000.00 for natural LIMITED. MEDICAL'EXPENSE'' INDEMNITY . .$ 1,250.00 ,
death; dismemberment up to ,,520,000.00 weekly .(up to' annually) .
.sickness,and accident payments up to $60.00; maternity
Cost ot replacement of Blood and '.
itstransfusion lf
slck.leove. with pay, for our'female/ members; Blue Cross ,
and Blue Shield with doctors' visits; free eye glasses Cost of replacement of Blood and its transfusion in the
and examination; blood plasma; oxygen; ambulance service event of Leukemia, limited to ten ((10)) pints.
; wheel chairs and crutches; etc. Cost of Ambulance Service, limited to $15.00 per call,
Cost of Oxygen and the use of a Tent,
All of our Union contracts provide for holiday and Cost of rental of Crutches, '.
vacations with pay;guarantede seniority and daily overtime
pay as well as other benefits. Cost of rental of a Wheelchair,
Cost of rental of a Hospital Bed with or without traction
NOITU is a modern organization which functionsfor apparatus for home use only.
the membership. Our members have learned that it Cost of use of an Iron Lung.
does not cost to belong to NOITU . it pays. ,

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: NATIONAL Louis PRESIDENT Lasky CALL 751-1813 JE 2-3586


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THtAM1 rfi FS, PrW0V t : March 7, 1969" 27 ,.

Pharr Elementary Design Cited By Architects
Two Dade County public The
announcement was special citations.Of those,two
school facilities, Kelsey L. made during the annual meet- were from Dade County.

pharr Elementary located in Ing of the Association 'conducted The Jury selected Kelsey L.
Model City at 2000 NW 46th last
week in Atlantic Pharr as "a very compact
Street, and North Carol City City.
elementary school building on
Elementary Relief School to a restricted site in a culturally LOUNGES LAUNDRY & CONTRACTORS

be constructed at NW 191 St. Andrew j. Ferendino, deprived neighborhood. In- gARL'5 ZEBRA LOUNGE CLEANI NGWILLIAMS' J. H. COPELAND
and 44th Ave have won spec- architect to the Dade County terior flexibility: well adapted 4400 NW 7th Avenue 29CONSTRUCTION
ial citations from the American Schools tar! Edwards, Prop. .
stated there were 233 to a nongraded, multiple- TAI LORS & CLEANERS
Association of School Ad- -1 Service Alteration I I Phones 634-6233
new school buildings Day *
on exhibit grouping educational pro- FUNERALDIRECTORS 4842 NW 27th Avenue I IndustrialCommercialResidential
ministrators for architectual at the national confer- gram." The project architectis 634.9251 l I

excellence. ence, and only 29 received Greenleaf & Telesca. MAI'IK ER-MILTON

6701 NW 15th Avenue
691.9151 A-I LABOR

Dairy Farmers Salute RAHMINGS,MORTUARY EVERGREEN Agents Wanted NO Drivers FEE Mon PAID with DAILY cars,

I 5253 NW 7th Avenue Fork lift, Laborers, Ware-
Agents to sell The Miami
754-0681 or 7540682IMPORTEXPORT ho"s.mon. O"on 5.30
Outstanding StudentsThirty Tlm.s art
Florida and Georgia.over ,A"J

HOUSE OF 7 SEASBOUTIQUE may be boys and girls ar EMPLOYMENT
eight outstandingDade ner, and member of the Inter- in South Florida. adults. Make spending
Restaurant, Hotol)
County high school and racial Council at Miami Kil- Young people being salute by Afro Aclon Fashions mon.y. Write or call Mrs. Domestic, Factory
college students will be salut- lian, and Ethel of 10316 the Jewelry, Perfumes
Chancy Dairy Farmers in Dade Arts, Crofts D avis, 6530 HW 15th A ve., 534 H. MIAMI
ed by the South Florida Dairy SW 222nd Dr., who is this County include: Coral Gables 4409 691.0421.
NW 7th Avenue
Farmers, Inc. in a series of years Miss Mays High School.A High School, Roger Peace and
public service television com- DRESS SHOPS
Vickie Norman Miami Senior
girl and ;
boy from each of
mercials to be PATRICIANS
aired this
year, High School Lorna Lanfordand INC.
participating schools will 5843 NW 17th Avenue
starting Selected in for March. be featured. Most of the girls twins Andy and David 696.3515 MERCHANTS WHO ADVERTISE IN THE
accomplishments are Younts; Southwest Miami High MIAMI TIMES ARE
in athleticsand queens, and LORY'S FASHION SHOPS TELLING YOU THEY
student activities,the stu- most of the boys are outstand- School Tom McPhersonHialeahHlgh, Carrie Cleland and 6112NW7th Avenue APPRECIATE DOING BUSINESS WITH YOU.
ing athletes. ; Martin W. Smith
dents will be featured on 20-( School, Debbie RayandAlex THEY ARE COURTEOUS, DEPENDABLE.
second segments of minute The project is aimed at Brawner.
commercials promoting milk. bringing to the attention of the North Miami High School, PLEASE PATRONIZE THEM!

Among them are Demetrius South Florida public the accomplishments Debbie Minton and Mike

Smith, of 540 ,NW 58th St., a : of some of the Shafor; Miami Killian, Linda
Miami Carol City High School vast majority of teenagerswho Senn and Rufus Ferguson, Miami WE'VE MOVED!!!

football player; Sammie Mae are good citizens,making Springs High School,Deb- Magic City & Harlem Cabs
Roberts, of 1742 NW 91st St., constructive contributions to bie White and Gary Rose-
Miami Central High School the community. monda; South Dade High Operating the Citgo Service Station

homecoming queen; Rufus South Florida Dairy Far- School, Linda Marshall and NEW
Ferguson, of 10340 SW 178thSt. mers, Inc., members produce Jim Debenedetto; Coral Park LOCATION 1501 NW 62 St.

., running back, track run- most: of the milk consumed High School, Sherrl Springerand

Tommy Carlsen. PEW 696-6400
NEW MT. MORIAHRev. Mays High School, Ethel mydressmaker NE

SOCIALThe A. L. Shipp, pastor Chaney and Charles Claring- DRIVERS WANTED

Liberty City Elks Lodge Evelyn Souter, reporter ton; Miami BeachHighSchool, Full time or Part-time

Temple 6525 NW 18th Avenue The Deaconess and Stew- Anramowltz; Miami Carol 6026 NW 7th Avenue Apply at Office
will sponsor a social every ardess Union wil convene at City, Nancy Lipman and De-

Friday and Saturday night. En- New Mt. Moriah this Sunday at metrus Smith; MiamiCentral, END OF

tertainment is free. Music 3 p.m. the public Is invited, Ivo Arias and Sammie Mae SEASON SALE
will be furnished by Thomas 6700 NW 14th Avenue. Roberts.
Cash. Easter practice each Wed- Miami Edison, Diana Bart- All Prices Slashed Do you have a SORE, RASH or DISCHARGE?

.r nesday at 5 p.m. nett and Nathaniel Moore; Mi- Better dresses/ made to
Prayer meeting and Bible ami Jackson; Jose Mateo and nt0sur0. Alteration ,fast IT COULD BE VD
MT. TABOR ,study each Thursday night at Rosalind Smith; Miami-Dade ortd fr... (Indef)

Rev. J. W.Hendon,pastor 8 p.m. Junior College, ,Toni Scavo, 4 For confidential I information and

Wilhelmina Sands, reporter Remember the sick, shut- Pat Mclaughlin, Gene Becker free treatment

Women's Day will be cele- ins, our pastor, bereaved, the and Richard Vendetti; University 1968 Phone: 377-0341 Extension 152
brated March 23. An interest- Pryor family and those in the of Miami, Suzanne SINGER I CONSOLE

ing and exciting program has armed services in your pray- Venhorst and Ted Hendricks; Slightly used zigzag in DADE COUNTY HEALTH DEPARTMENT

been planned for your enjoy- ment. Please make plans to monogramsapplique,overcasts -
celebrate with us on this day. ond blind hem stitch.
The BTU will celebrate All without attachment

Founders' Day Sunday, March : All controls built In. Full
9, 5:30'p.m. The public is cor- Call price$52.20 or assume pay AUTO INSURANCE
dially invited to attend. menu of $6 monthly. For
Dinners sold at the free home demonstration, Immediate SR-22 Filings
are being i CHARLESROGERS call Credit
Mgr. until 9 pm. Low
church on Saturdays. Call Ho obligation. If toll, call Monthly Payments
691-8732 to place your orders. collect. 922-3528. (Indf)
Pray for the sick and shut- LICENSE

ins. Visitors are always wel-
come. AT PL 1-7502 TREAT-U-RIGHT
Same location for
FIRST EMANUELRev. two generations
PIANO, ORGAN, SCOTT |If f you wont your clothes I .

J. E. Wright, pastor STEREO OR"ORCHESTRAINSTRUMENTS. to receive excellentcare, 2688 NW 0 62nd ST. Phone: 691-0380.
The pastor wish to thank and expert cleaning and
all members for the turn out prtsfing. Bring them to

Sunday morning. You are Invited Ul.

morning at the Greater New No Extra Charge STEREO RADIO
Bethlehem Baptist Church. Corner 62nd St. and 22nd TAPE RECORDER

You are also Invited to worship Avenue N.W.

with us this Sunday morn- VET TV

ing beginning with Sunday
School at 10 a.m.; morning TED FORMERLY OF JET IS NOW VET

service at 11 a.m. Our pastor AFLORIST
will bring the message.Let 379-7735
us always rememberthe
sick and shut-ins in our 846 NW 2ND AVENUE OPEN 9 TO 9 j jFROTICY

prayer. i

.uo N. w. 7th A"tnu.MI. .
Rev. Swain and congregation r P t ,o ce r CUSTOM MADE Tfl
of New Mt. Zion Freewill -
Baptist will render services k' PLASTIC FURNITURE 1
Friday, at 730p.m.Youare ,,, w SUP COVERS
A 1 I r .
cordially invited. : S CIYlfAL GL5AI
Hun .AUGS '
Our pianoist Brother Den- ( fleet .IIITANY

nard and his wife will visit a ; e .'ULLY.UARANT'". ...- .,1. 1 Ark'

Macon, Georgia this weekend, WE ELL HAPPINESS I + 1 LearLtra. t I'Ltt i c
... L01 eL
and are asking your prayers iN/r M
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sAtirie ;
for an enjoyable and safe trip. AMERICA'S LARGEST DISPLAYAt tU. ,5I .fTIMATIS
th. tr...r..... *f NertN-tovth ....r.'w.y WE WIRE FLOWERS e c N:. .oJ
The Rev. R. Walker and ANYWHERE PItrl.e ill Lu r .
congregation of Springfield CORNER' N.W. 54th ST. t N.W 3rd AVE. arv covens i.ExcwivgLT .\

" Baptist j x1+yi render services' Phot t.X'.1..", ,2. Cod 303x'54.8061 .
J'Wednesday, March 12, at 7:30 ,Cr2fllOBiscayoeBlv't > <.J't! ({H-.:hrowJly d JA Z.stlfPlU Huni y

'P.m. YOIl are cordially invited. osuYayNrrl $i3R1i11ts.A." '
evr ,,.LPaschal Ispas- IN'T.1AUDlel: 1 .hi,1k. 'Itt Ill.eaPiE
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28 THE. MIAMI TIMES, Friday March 7, 1969

I with. M Owens Wins Mid-Winter{ Open Golf In Tempo

Spearing ........ . . .
,_. Charles Owens, ahandsome off to win the Seventh Annual ed his chip shot straight up in and Harlem Globetrotter, was
6 ft. 3 inch long knocker from Mid-Winter Open Golf Tour- the air to his left, away from two strokes back at 161. R.

... .... Winter Haven, has what the nament at Rogers Park from, the green, but putted up and Stephens won the third trophy
P. O' m" bl experts would call two major Nathaniel Starks and George sank it for what he thoughtwas with a 162.

\ ;:" 11 handicaps in golf.He walks (Potato Pie) Wallace, both of a par 5. Starks and Wal- PROFESSIONALSCharles

,... A ) with a pronounced limp caus- Atlanta. lace two putted for fives.At the Owens, Winter Haven
' .
"t anWNh M"'< ,, ed by an auto accident several Owens apparently had the 18th tee, Owens was told he gota $400, 141; Nathaniel

BY HARRY SPEAR years ago and he belts the ball tournament sewed up cominginto 6'because he had hit his ball Starks, St. Petersburg, $245,
cross-handed. the 17th hole one stroke twice on the bloop shot. 141; George Wallace, Atlanta,

AT GULFSTREAM But Owens, always smiling ahead of Starks and Wallaceand "It was my word against $245, 141; Carl Seldon, At-
OFF AND RUNNING always concentrating when all three lying two only theirs," Owens later said on lanta, $175, 142; James Wal-

necessary as he exchanged Inches from the Par 5 hole. the 18th green. "But I guessthat's ker Jr., Los Angeles, Calif.,
Gulfstream Park's sliver anniversary meeting opened Wednesday still to $140 143 Joe Lee Mathis,
pleasantries with the huge gal Starks putted up four feet from golf. I'm going ;
and the track will get off to a flying start with three lery following him, came the hole, and Wallace chippedup win." After all three men par- $103.33, 144; Charles Hill,
stakes events In the first four days of action. through with a par on the sec- about three feet past. Then red the 18th and Carl Seldon $103.33,144; Thomas Bris-
After this Wednesday attraction, three-year-olds will take ond hole of sudden death play Owens unaccountably blooprVorfiwestern's of Atlanta blew his chance fora bon, $103.33,144; Curtis Slf-
over on Friday in the seven furlong,$20,000 Hutcheson Stakes four way tie by missing a two ford, $80, 145;Howard Brown,
and on Saturday handicap stars will participate in the $50,000 foot putt on the 18th ten min- $80 145; Tommie Walker, $80

Donn Handicap over the mile and an eighth distance. utes later, Owens promptlywent 145; Elrado Long, $75, 148;
The Donn promises to be the piece de resistance of the first / Tom out and won. The victorywas Willie Jefferson, $50, 149;

week. For among the eligibles to the Donn are many of the good for $400. Starks and Bobby Strobde, $50,149;Robt.
horses which furnished a thrilling finish in the recent Widen- Wallace earned $245 each, Lee Walker, $50, 149; D.

er. Anderson Named while S e 1 don, former SIAC Pearce, $50, 149; George
' Likely to be seeking repeats or reversals of the Widener champion, made $175. Johnson, $50, 149; Eugene
finish will be Yumbel, Funny Fellow, Mr.Brogann, Petit Duc, Larry Youngblood of Chicagowon Clapp, 140; Alfred Blair, 140;
4 Abe's Hope, Fort Marcy and Out the Window.Two other strong Coach in the championship flight Noah W, Heeder, 151; Walker
possibilities for the race are Iron Ruler and Spring Double. Of The/ YearA among the amateurs with a Lee Moore, 151; Kenneth Sharp

Prepping for the $100,000 Florida Derby on March 29, the 152. Thomas Mathis, Green 152; Isaac Small, 153; Regi-

three-year-olds have a chance to establish themselves and distinguished honor came quarter-finals of the District 'Cove Springs, was second at nald Golden, 153; Jimmy
the field for this seven furlong dash probably will Include Ack to Miami Northwestern High 14-A tournament. The Bulls 153, and the defending champ.. Clark, 153, Zeke Harts-

' Ack, Curette, Eaglesham, Fast Hilarious, Royal Saxon, Immediacy basketball coach Tom Anderson had beaten the Chiefs three ion, Dr. W. W. Andersons defeated field, 153; Harvey Hayes, 154;

Virginia Delegate and Yolas Prince.An 1 last week when he was times this year.Anderson former Blake High star
added feature on Saturday when the Donn is run will be named the Miami News Coachof grew up In Coconut j Charles L. Hamilton for the Jimmy McMillian, 154;Wal-

the appearance of a band of Scotch bagpipers. the Year.Anderson's. Grove, went to Carver third trophy on the first hole ter Kerchenskl, 154; Bran Mates -

ORIOLES ROUNDING TO FORM Bulls had a fan- High and then enlisted for a 'of sudden death play-off. Both 155; John W. Bell, 157;
tastic 24-1 season before be- two-year service stint. He men finished at 154 for 36 James Brantley, 157; Willie

' ing upset 65-60 last Thursday ended up attending Lane Col- I holes. Demps, 157; Luther Johnson, I
While watching the Baltimore Orioles In batting practiceand night by Carol City in the lege in Jackson Tenn. James pierce, Jacksonville 157; E. Williams, 157; Har-
pitching,going through their daily exercises,they look real Since he became, North- won in the first flight old "Round Man" Dunovant,

sharp western's varsity coach three with a 159, while Alonzo 158; Willie Dillard Jr., 161;
The Oroiles are carrying four of last years Marlin playerson Orioles And after a successful Perry, former baseball star Charles Stepps, 161.
years ago-
the roster- Greg Arnold, Stan Martin, Randy Cohen and
eight-year tenure at phas
Johnny Oates. Albert Severinsen and Terry Crowley whoplayed Yankee In '
ed-out North DadeAnderson's -
the year before last with the Marlins are now triple A with I'
teams have won 61 of
Rochester, quite a Jump. I have been given to understand by FMC Benefit I'
80 44 of 51 over the
the front office that to benefit for games,
they are going play game "MY
Students at Florida Me- last
two years. However, itmay I'
the Florida Memorial College. So watch for m> announcement, morial
College will engage In be difficult to maintain
I i
hoping to see you all. There when they do. The Orioles prac-
their first
major raising drive this standard of excellence ,
tice every day at 10 a.m. Except Sundays when they start at I
by selling tickets to an exhibition TIME"
next season. Of 12 players on ,
noon. This gives the players time to attend church. All this is
free even parking. game betweenthe this year's varsity, only jun-
Baltimore Orioles and the ior Barry Thompson returns
BOXING New York Yankees March 14 next season. r.v PHIL DIXON .
at the Miami Stadium ,

Campus organizations including ,
Miami lightweight Grady Ponder has been signed to meet Typing Class
the fraternities
: and that the basketball teams have been selected
San Juan's.Ernesto Ortega next Tuesday night at Miami Beach regional ,
Auditorium. The 10-round main bout will see the young Mi- sororities are providing the At' BTW all that remain is the State Tournament next week. A lot ofpeople
amIan out to avenge an eight-month-old loss to the Puerto manpower to distribute the tic- including myself, were disappointed in the Bulls show-
Rican boxer. kets throughout the commun- Great news! Now it can be Ing in the district; but I imagine they got caught up in the ex-
ity and tickets maybe toldl! To who have waited
pur- you
citement and of tournament The Chiefs
play. over
Ortega a southpaw favorite on the island has KOd
every chased at the college at NW patiently for, our typing classto
Miami boxer to invade his home Ponder.He came their jinks and beat the Bulls for the first time this year.
territory--except .
158th St. and 42nd Ave. or by begin. Beginning typing for
won a close call over the with The Bulls can take consolation in the fact that they were not
flashy boxing stylist over-
tones of a home town flavoring calling 6254141.The adults began here at BookerT. the only so called top team that got knocked off in the district

Mac Goodman Ponder's since the fund raising effort will Washington Community tournament. The pairing for the regional has the possibilitiesof
manager-trainer young go toward the building of the School on Tuesday March 4.
16-year-old Ponder wandered Into the local gym five being a group of pretty good games.and by all means
years student union and chairmanfor A certified teacher has been
ago, has clamored for a return shot at Ortega. "This is one the is James hired to teach the All forget about the class A Tournament. Personally, I believe
program course.
some of the better teams are in the Class A Division.
fighter (Ortega) who should not have a win next to his name Boynton, president of the Stu- you need to register is one
where Grady's concerned said Goodman. With the close of basketball season, baseball and of course
dent Government Association. $5.00 which will allow to
Ponder comes off a Miami Beach auditorium you track come into focus. Most of the high schools get into base-
victory over
members of the attend class for 16
Other weeks.You
ball action this week. Again there Is a toss-up as to who wfll
Leopoldo Quintana, also of San Juan. Before that,the 21-year tral committee include register in the main of-
dominate the districts this but from what I seen of early
older year,
dropped a touch-and-go bout to Ismael Laguna, former
Johnny Farmer Arthur Hill each at
evening beginning
work outs, it could be another dog fight.
lightweight champion and now No. 1 contender. and Freddie Mannings. 6:30 .
p.m.FREE Most of the county's track talent will be on display at the
MORE ORIOLESLast first big meet of the year. The Miami High relays should take

week Chairman Jerold Hoffberger entertained fourty the wraps off of this years track stars. Even though a few

children from Dunbar Elementary School, under the super- times have had meets before,I don't expect the majority of the

vision of Miss S. Jacobson, Miss S. Rawlinson and Mrs. J. teams to be In top form.
Brown. This was the second headstart class to come and watch PERSONAL CHECKING SERVICEFor The professionals didn't have to go on strike, so most of the

the players practice. They were all well behaved,a good time teams have most of their players in camp.I felt a little sorryto
was had by all. Seeing the smiles on their faces Mr. Hoff Senior CitizensvMO hear that the Mick went into retirement.For a man to play
berger invited the whole school back again. with his physical handicaps exhibits a lot of courage and de-
The Orioles start their Grapefruit League schedule this SERVICE CHARGE V NO CHARGE FOR CHECKS! sire. The last couple of years has been harder and harder

week. Friday, March 7 at 1:30 p.m. vs Minnesota Twins; '-'NO MINIMUM BALANCE REQUIREDYou for Mick to shut up and play everyday; so he decided'lit's best
Sunday, March 9 at 2 p.m.vsN.Y.Yankees; Wednesday March to get out now. With his various business interests, he shoulddo
do In
not to come
12 at 1:30 p.m. vs Houston Astros; Thursday, March 13'at all right. Happy retirement Mick.
1:30 p.m. vs. Washington Senators along with Ted Williams Phone Any Officer For BankByMail Material The next few weeks I should be running into a lot of pro
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E{ REAL ic:::, ences in price and mortgage CenterThursday AUTO INSURANCE : ''

S:.::. :.::c. details. Then, too, licensed "blast off "
.. -:: of their cars. Low Premium Rates .. ,
.: .. :.:::. t real estate people are skilled -for the first talent show atBurdine's The center is opened
T:: .. -. :.:. R: at Low Monthly Payments .
l least
'" : are inN
: Youth Center. With
to 10
: from 3
daily ,
:: .'.I.o..t./Li.J1'k'; :': p.m. p.m. '
A;:? : By FRED :;::1 r handling Involved the technical details numerous well talented groups Monday through Friday and 10 Immediate SR-22 Filings t 3Y ; a+ 4
;::1 in a sale. Most own- from the community, the show to 4 The OFFICE sfi
Tti:, BETTELHEIM JR ;:|::1:gWS&&S&S a.m. p.m. Saturdays. HOURS.
ers cannot
1: :;:; take care of those was an Instant success. Hats center has programs that are Mon.'Thru Fri. 930-7iOO
E t: :::R i details any better than we or off to Walter and Jackie for recreational, educational, and Sat. 9(30-4tOO .,
:::::::::* :::::::::: : : :*&$' '- they can do other jobs that reqUire doing such a fine Job in plan- cultural. All of the activities BROWN REALTY & INSURANCE AGENCY

All readers of this columnare skill and training that we ning the show and to the kids are directed by Cassie Pon-
going to be Invited to a have not had. for their participation. dexter and Ted Garner. 4740 NW 7th Avenue

meeting one evening soon. One of the characteristicsof On Friday night 52 of the The entire community is 754.0655
When the arrangements are the real estate business is kids from the center saw their welcome to participate or to ,

completed, we;will let you that the price is a matter of first play on the legitimate volunteer services.
negotiation. Unless the priceis stage. They travelled by cars
know about it and will run an
Ted Garner director.
pretty much fixed by an FHA to North Miami ,
ad with all the details so that Playhouse BY OWNERFHA
you can phone or return a cou- appraisal or a bank commit- to see "A Thousand Clowns,"
pon to have seats reserved for ment, the asking price is often starring Ernie Fields.Thanksto TERMS
less "firm" than is the case the volunteers for the use 2 BUILDINGS
you.The purpose of the meeting in other businesses. If you p 16 UNITS ((1)) 4020 NW 12th Ave. 2 bedrm, $250 down.

will be the same as the pur- to a di'partmorf, and rut stora to buy, for s inr-ax.ampb NEWHOMESFast $13,200 down ((2)) 1812NW 53rd St. 2 of this column to
pose :
thing, the price tag is the actual Possession 22% return
improve personal
tion through real estate -- leave-it price on a take-it-or- $900 down FHA 6950 & 1000 NW 8th AV. ( ) .
basis. It is
either by selling it, orbybuying customary for a certainlynot buyer to 3 bedroom, 2 bath 22%.return plus depreCiation ((4)) 1121 NW 51 St. Duplex. CBS. $350 dwn.
or selling or trading your
ask for a lower price or offer bedroom, 2 bath and amortization. -
property or by investing in income -
property. We will talk less. But with real estate that Circular Drives For facts and figures ((5)) 2125 NW 58 St. Duplex. CBS. $250 dwn.
is not unusual. call
about the things we have been Full Sod STAN
With the real estate marketthe
writing in this column: how way it is these days so Many Custom Features BROSILOW. ((6)) 7800NW 10th Ave. CBS house. $500dwn.
can profit by selling real
strongly in favor of
property; the good points about many properties are bringing, SAILS REALTY, INC. UNIVERSAL ((7)) 4023 NW 20th Ct. 2 houses. $1,000 dwn.

buying rather than renting;the the asking price. This was not 621-1433 REAL EST ATE, INC.
advantages in becoming more 2101 I NW 163rd ST.
so often the case a few years
interested in the subject of back when it was a "buyer'smarket" Realtors 1518642Qiii DAYTIME CALL: 154-9003

real estate. ..
when there
Now let us think some more lots of were EVES CALL: 949-0567 or 2261481Jack's
properties for sale and
about the questions we described fewer I
buyers after them thanis
last week. They were
the case now. The present
made up to ask of a hone own- ;
market" means that :
er who is trying to sell his
there are more buyers than,
home by himself, without the there are sellers, and the MEN'S WEARSEE
services of a broker or
places that are for sale are
better realtor realtoris POKER "MR. JACK"
a ( a in great demand. While some
a broker who is a memberin
owners are less anxious to sell j
good standing of the Boardof now than previously, the like- OPEN 7 DAYS F STYLES FOR ALL AGES
Realtors). An owner alwayssees
lihood is that there are still The Very Latest in Men's Fashions
his own property in a
about as many properties for MOHAIR
mat is different from the
wayit sale as before and that there
looks to a buyer. The buyer FIND SECURITY WITH ITALIAN SHOES
are just more buyers. All this
has his own good reasons for INVESTMENT PROPERTIESWe
means that there Is more busi- 944 NW 2nd AVE. MIAMI FLORIDAAUTO '
liking a house. A broker who ness activity than was the case have several duplexes as wellas 5 and 6 unit

does not have an emotional when buyers were scarce,and buildings that you can buy with a low down pay-
to a particular home can em- more sales because fewer ment and reasonable monthly payments. Have income *

phasize the good features places go unsold. Thus, thereis and live rent free; too. Come to see) INSURANCE "..

than the
rmuch more effectively -- "
more money to be made by
owner can. But the main pointis those engaged in the business "
that the sales procedure involves than ever before.fimat1liViMIM. NO RED TAPE MOVE INI!

a lot of negotiation be- Modern CBS in North Miami Beach Tile roof, SPECIALISTS SR-22 Filings
tween buyer and seller on features terrazzo floors, jalousie windows, gas heat, reverse -
and on the figures of cycle air cond., stove, fenced yard. $4,000
price and terms. Unless both down and takeover 5%%. $9,530 mortgage. $73 SERVICE FIRST

are unusually skilled in the .*&ZyW\ DOUBLE ACTION month pays everything. INSURANCE AGENCY
art of negotiation, there is DRSCMYHJURIUICK
need for a middle party to negotiate '
between the two es- % J I 4
3101 NW 9th Ave. Modern CBS duplex. 2 bedrooms JIM LEVENSON, Owner Phono 635.7507

each side. Tile roof, awning windows, terrazzo
floors, built-in kitchens, building only 9/2 WuWWLWuWW
Inc. of MiamiKing
Realty, years old. FHA price $19,500, $900.down, $137.91 mo. 3283 NW 52nd STREET

IDA Size Buy," REALTORS 8000 NW 7th Two bedroombeautiful CBS.Garage, awnings,
KINGDOM(SOUR V4 ve. 1792 NW 49th St. Corner 3 bedroom, 2 baths' carpet, air condition, drapes. FHA $350 dowrv-

CBS. Tile roof, drapes, wall to wall carpeting, plus closing cost. $101 per month.
CALL appliances. FHA valuation has been applied for:

L 693-2391 and_ ,seller, wlL sell for FHA price! ::' Ask for Dottie


3 bedroom, 2 bath home on NW 86th St. near 24th Veterans $100 Down

Ave. Very large Fla room, panelledwalls, awnings -
windows gas heat, reverse cycle air con Ford Realty Inc. Broker
ditioners, lovely rear patio with bar-be-que, stove,
refrigerator.I FHA price $18,000, $800 down 3639 NW 15th Ave. 635.4595

",$127.53 month.


NEW HOME 9520 NW 13th Ave. Beautiful corner home on CARLTON REALTY

Corner, gorgeous. 3 bedrooms, 2 baths, denbuiltin double 'lot too. Flo,room, open front"porch, tile,

range and oven. Garage. roof, central heat and air condittoningowrsinjs, ., 3074 NW 79 STREET BROKER
awning window' built"- stove, fenced yard,with v
3145 NW 193 TERRACE sprinkler'system,'nice' opt for Income, 693-4772 I IF NO ANS. 754-6733

Beautiful 3 bedroom, wall/wall carpeting, central "Joo".Abvyjof$18,000.FMA$800down$121.53: ) ) aor. FHA-CBS. Lovely corner. 2 bdrm, 1 bath, vy.I'
In, room to build dvplex $9,000. $300 down,
heat Fla built-in and oven, ,
room, range garage WE HAVE MANY MORE HOMES $74 Month all.
well and sprinklers.$16,800 FHA.
awnings, pomp YOU CAN BUY ANY OF OUR FHA HOMES FOR FHA- Clean spacious grounds. 3 bdr.s,1 bath,
vynl porch, gar. $12,500. down. $89.72
2224 NW 12 STREET
,u ", ,! , mo.
Lovely 3 bedroom, 2H baths, Fla room, awnings, FHA-CBS. Vynl (Irs, 2 bdrm, 1ft} baths, built-in
fen ced. Only $3,000 down. u <" t. ; kitchen. Stove, nrig. $14,200, $1200.00 down.

,J $96.39 nonth.
REALTY'BROKER FHA-CBS. Charmer, 3 bdrm, 1 bath, Fla rm, car-
3 bedrooms, 2 baths, only $85 month. $700 down. 4 port. Tilt rf, Must, e.I! $17,500. $1200 down.

$120.86 month.FHACBS. .

FROM $500 DOWN TO ANYONE Beauty, desirable choice area. 3 bdrm
CALL FOR APPOINTMENTOPEN 4932 NW 7th Ave. 2 bath, Fla rm, gar. $21,000. $1,775 down ,
146.75 lIIonth.SPACIOUS .
HOMES FOR AS LITTLE AS $100 DOWNWe CAROL CITY SHOPPING. CENTER CBS Tile rf, hardwood & tern Irs, splitlevel I,

specialize in homes for persons being displaced SUITE 624-3666 4 bdrm, 3 bath, 2-car garage on % acre lot,
in Urban Renewal area, Miami Housing 208 $32,500, $6,000'down. Your own financing.WE .
Veterans call to see if you qualify.
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1968 zigzag portable. Zigzag -
taken down, cleaned, deco- HOUSEKEEPERTahiti slightly used. No at
20 WORDS OR LESS $2.00. 100 FOR EACH ADDITIONAL WORD. rator folded and rehung.Drap- Motel tochments needed to mono

DEADLINE FOR CLASSIFIED ADS TUESOAY 6 P. M. ery TONE rods DRAPERY installed.SERVICE.LUSTRA/ 16901 Collins Avenue gram holes, overcast, controls, make built button In.;

Sews with 1 or 2 needles
FOR SALE FOR SALE FOR RENT 887-8022 Full price $31.84 or assume .
payments of $3.10
GOOD VSED CLOTHINGSold Duplex. $12,000.$2800 down APARTMENTS IN HIALEAH r monthly.. For free home
for the whole family. Located: 18215 18217 SW102 5 blocks from Hialeah race SISTER OLGA a demonstration call Credit
track. No children. Includes The lady from the miracle Mgr. until 9 No obli
Open 10 to 6 Tuesdays thru Ct. MarDanAssociates.HI52557 p.m.
Saturday. CLOTHES RACK, or CE 5-5488. refrigerator and range, exterminators land, gifted reader and advi- gation. If toll, call collect
sor will solve 9223528.
14122 NW 27th Avenue. 685- water free,new- any problemsyou

0322. (M. 14)) DUPLEX $18,900 ly repainted. 1 bedroom- $19 have, no matter what.
Problems such love
week. 2 bedroom-$21 week. as marriage -
Only $900 down. Will buy this
Convenient to health, etc. First time YOUR OWN
INVESTMENT CBS, 2 bedrooms on each side. working people
here in United States she Invites
around Hialeah. Very quiet -
Arthur E. Parrish, Realtor. area. These are really clean you to come and see her.
and HiLo She will answer one free ques-
nice apartments. professional buffer
This is a chance to give your- $350 DOWN FHA
tion over the phone. She will
Large lot 75 x 106. $3000 Apartments 2490 West 4th Ct. and waxer makes $100 a
self a good Income oppor- 1867 NW 46th
heal the sick. She will make Street
'Take of this $650 down. SW 109th Ave. and Apartment 1, Hialeah, Man- week or more. You can do
tunity. advantage 220th St. P. Cole 14721 Polk ager is Mrs. Williams 887- you feel that you are some- Lovely 'i bedroom CBS, it too, easily in 12 weeks
excellent Investment of these freshly painted Inside and
body again. For appointmentsand
17 units. One mortgage. Callus STREET. 0763. ((4 vacancies). Deposit out. with my step by step Instructions -
directions call 758-5915
required. $30..
for all details. Fenster FHA TERMS
Frame house. Extra lot. Cor-
Realty, Broker, 759-8779. 1301 NW 99th Street
ner SW 182nd St. and 102 Ct. Room for rent. Private bath, 6355746TOOTHACHE
$1000 down. P. Cole. prefer working person.Elderly 3 bedrooms, 1H baths, Fla
$3500 -
1351 NW 51st Terrace CBS
Ii' COLLECTORS room, plus efficiency apt.
2 bedroom, Fla room, oak 14721 Polk St. man. 634-8648. $2.16 per hour On large corne lot. P lus ex-

floors, tile roof, FHA$12,500, tra lot. Well kept lawn.
$400 down. No closing costs. Corner lot for sale. Carver's Lovely house big lot will sell fenced. Many extras.

(vets and 221 people $100) Ranches. 50 x 140. 6919314or to right party. $200 down. $22 3516 NW 10th AVENUE
week small family.Adults $1.97 per hourU. Don't suffer -relieve
Hurry, Hurry, Hurry, Atena per Vacant. No qualifying. pain in seconds as millions do with
Realty, (Broker) 757-5724, 811 only. NE 5-5566. S. citizensoge 1855. Move In. Large 2 bedroom ORA-JEL. Many dentists recommend
3 CHURCH PROPERTIESFOR Apply Personnel CBS. Small downpayment.ALLAPATTAH using ORA-JEL until you get ..
NW 54th St. Open 7 days. Dept., professional treatment. 'T ..
SALE 1 CBS apartment. Furnished, 1130 Washington Avenue .X X.orajel .

1 for small congregation air-conditioned, patio. Adults Miami Beach Hall. REALTY < ::..n: Jill.!.;
3 BEDROOM 2 BATH City Realtors 633-0426 ......-....
1 for medium congregation only. No pets. Small deposit.

"No qualifying" this 4 years 1 for large congregationAll Working couple only. $32
beautiful home includ-
young in tip top conditionAll week. 1350 NW 52nd Street.

ing drapes, awnings, wall to can be converted to other After 5. Technicians Computer Operators
wall carpet, built in oven and ,
uses -- nursing hospital -
range, plus many extras.Take private club, school, etc. Rooms. Use of kitchen. 3271

down over present$4,000 Call Jack Dubin, Realtor NW 43rd Terrace. & Supply Clerks

Jefferson Realty .759-8561
terms, Drive by 1059 NW 73rd

St. then call Fenster Realty, HELP WANTED

Broker, 759-8779. 3 bedroom CBS. Utility room,
appliances, tile floors, jal-

CHURCH I 1 PROPERTY ousie windows, awnings, JANITORN.
Large area 125 x 143 suitablefor freshly painted inside and out. E. AREA D ASE .
Minimum $76 week Mon- Ess
borne lot down. $100 month per M
church. Large on FHA $450
at present but can be converted near schools, shopping and day-Friday, 12 noon to8 p.m.; Ap 0 11.0's .
4 12
for church use must be bus. Ride by 3031 NW 163rdSt. Saturday p.m. to midiight.

seen to appreciate on NW 70th and call Tubin Realtors, Free uniforms, insurance,

St. near 7th Avenue. Call Jean 7906 NW 7th Ave. 691-4785. retirement plan, credit union,
Fenster for appointment to paid vacation. Must have good

show. Fenster Realty, Broker local references. Telephone: It's the technology of tomorrow. You know It. We know It.
759-8779. FHA $450 down. $104 month. 373-1997 for additional Information If you can help us "hear" and'understand the kind of talk Saturn-Apollo vehicles ..

3 bedroom CBS in the 94th St. send back from space, then we at Federal Electric Corporation want to talk to you.

3 bedroom 2 bath beauty: area. Near schools, shoppingand an equal opportunity employer
carport, hardwood floors, bus. Tubin Realtors, 7906 We're prime contractors to NASA for communications and Instrumentation support, ;

nice location, near schools, NW 7th Ave. 691-4785. Beauty operator wanted. New at Cape Kennedy. We're still growing. We need many more eyes and ears on the job

bus. FHA $17,500 call for location. Call 688-3931 or . technicians, computer operators and supply clerks who'll be right where It's
681-9332. all happening. Because we handle all communications, ground measurements and
all information, etc. Fenster For the high Income family.
Broker calibrations, computations, telemetry and timing for this program to put men on the
Realty, 759-8779. Beautiful 4 bedrooms, 2 bath,
Waiters wanted.Call 949-8312 moon '. and beyond.
with large Florida room and
221 NW 63 St. 2 bedrooms, large modern kitchen. Tile Ask for C. Sledge, 10 5.
enclosed Good If you want to be where It's happening In space, then FEC has a dynamic place for
garage, porch. roof, hardwood floors, awn- Production
location. Special price$8,950. ing windows, extra large lot. foreman with at you.

No qualifying. Call today for East of the expressway. FHA least five years manufacturing -

details. Aetna RealtyBroker( ) terms. $2,000 down and seller experience,aircraft or related COMMUNICATIONS/ TECHNICIANSApplicants

811 NW54thSt7575724.Open pays all closing costs. Tubin instrument fields. Send

J4 7 days. Realtors, 7906 NW 7th Ave. resume to Barfield, 4101 NW should have at least 1 year's experience in the following areas:
691-4785. 29th St. Miami. Fla. 33142. Audio Communications CCTV Systems

7018 NW 4th Ave. FHA $12- No telephone calls accepted. Intercom Systems Telephone Systems

500 $400 down (Vets and 221 (an equal employment oppor- Mobile Radio SystemsLABORATORY
FHA Duplex $450 down. $107
tunity employer)
people $100). $89.72 month.
month. Tile roof, asphalt tile
No closing costs. CBS 2 bed-
floors, large lot. 92nd St.area
Barber 926
room dollhouse. Bring money!
Tubin Realtors, 7906 NW 7th 3 years electronic laboratory and
Aetna Realty (Broker) 811 NW NW 2nd Avenue. Wants an maintaining repairing measuring
54th St.757-5724.Open7days. :Ave. 691-4785. apprentice or master barber. transducers, signal conditioners, multiplexon, dlgltyers, recorders and other com-
Call W. J. Thomas at 373- plex electronic equipment. Will build breadboard circuits and perform functional and
FHA 2 bedroom CBS. $300 9558. environmental tests as directed by engineers. Develop and use test circuits and set
$4400 total price! Terms!
down, $63 month. Seller pays up and operate laboratory Instrument construct
testing equipment, specialized
New! jalousies! 8910 NW 21st
all closing costs. Tubin Real- measuring Instrumentation.
Ct. 534-8171. (Mir 7)) tors, 7906 NW 7th Ave. 691- MISCELLANEOUSDo

4785. you have time on your

Candles, incense oils, and do? Please donate your 8 year's experience in the digital computer field in the operation of various peripheral -
:Seller:; all closing cost
at 710 NW 2nd Ave. pays
perfumes time to us and help fight Leu- equipment such as: electronic plotting devices, photographic development
nice duplex 1 bedroom
Miami, Florida. very kemia, tool! Call Leukemia equipment associated with plotting devices, wiring program boards for printers, and
1 bath each side. On a large ;
., 'I Society of America 373-2624 various EAM equipment.COMPUTER .
3 bedrooms, Florida room, :lot 50 x 147.Fenced,FHA onlyI (Mar, 8)

fenced, fruit trees. 2367 NW :$10500, $350 down $75 month. "
,Each side is rented $85 month OPERATORS
84th Street. Midwest Realty, Month of MARCH is Leukemia

635-8035. drive by 5822-24 NW 5th Ave. month volunteers needed to 11/2 years' experience in the operation of large and medium scale computers.

Phone 666-0411 to see inside. visit neighbors please call Ability to control and direct operations of the main computer. Readying equipmentfor

4 BEDROOMS101st Atlantic and Pacific Realtors. Leukemia Society of America operation, monitoring operation and corrective action in stop and error situation -

St. area. For big family. 373-2624. (Mar. 8) ,
Needs some painting and yard- :Seller pays all closing cost '-- I i,
work $119 month pays all. 'very nice CBS 3 bedroom 1
painting, rug cleaning,
$450 down.Total$13,500.FHAA. 1 bath fenced yard. Will be.painted J md installing floor waxing and SUPPLY CLERKS

Ben-Kori, Realtor, 759I I inside and outside like .minor plumbing free esti- Requires 1 year's experience in warehousing and stock control work.

2425 anytime. :new. FHA full price $11500. ,mate. Reasonable. (Mar. 21) interested and qualified applicants call collect Monday through Friday, 9 a.m. to 5
$250 down, $83 month veteranor p.m., Employment Office at (305) 784-0200.

FENCED CORNER 221 people$100 down.Drive 634-8878.

'Nice small 2 bedroom CBS 1 by 1784 NW 63rd St.; Phone Set: your 6th grade? raiJy for Or, you may send details of your background, in confidence to Mr. L. A. Hamilton,

$96 month pays all.$350 down. 666-0411 to see inside. Atlantic ,junior high modern mathema- Federal Electric Corporation, Suite 802, Cape Royal Building,Cocoa Beach, Florida

FHA terms. A. Ben-Kori, and pacific Realtors. ;i tics. Private tutoring service. 32931. (In replying, refer to our ad 942.)

Realtor, 759-2425, anytime. 4 certified teacher. Phone 681-

Hurry! Price reduced! Must J 1548. (Mar. 20)
160 NW 69th STREET
. sell! 2167 NW 60th St., three
- Drive by. Lovely 2 bedroom bedrooms, Florida $100 down 300% increase in shoppers FEDERAL ELECTRIC CORPORATION ITTA
borne plus 2 car garage apt.
month.I I(Vet) or$350 down,$76 monthly. :avoiding inflation non-profit ITT'i World-Wide Service Associate
With rent $100 a
$1300 down pay, FHA terms. A. S. Block (Broker) for appointment markets. (New store open Plans for Progress Equal Opportunity Employer (m/f fJ)
751-9618 or 624- March 7,1969.1274 NW 62nd
Ben-Kori, Realtor, 759-2425, 7371. Street. 534-8171. (Mar. 6)

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THE MIAMI TIMES, Friday, March 7, 1969 31

Louis, Lomaxi Speaks At Miami-Dade SouthLouis Black Soldier Is Dade's ..

E., Lomax, noted au- Lomax
thor and one of the country'sforemost College, ,took a graduate advanced of Paine workat Given Muslim," a study of the Black Martin Luther King. 156th 'Vietnam Death
lecturers in the movement; "Thla- An internationally known
areas of Afro-American HIs- American. He began and Yale his universities land: The War That Is. The lecturer, Lomax also is author Specialist Four Isaac the Army May 16, 1968.
tory, culture and sociological career professional War That Will Be." His latest of a syndicated newspaper Stringer Jr., the son of Mr. In addition to his parents,
analysis, spoke at Miami-Dade professor of sociology as assistant at book' Is"To Kill a Black Man," column and serves as a and Mrs. Isaac Stringer Sr.of he is survived by four brothers
Junior College South Wednes- Georgia, State, College in Sa which covers the lives and assassinations news analyst,x for ABC tele- 11530 SW 136th St., was killed Leroy, Elliott, Noah and Ed-
day, Feb. 26. His topic: The vannah.Ahiorfg, of Malcolm X and vision.Musolites' .in action in Vietnam Feb. 26. mond, all of Miami; and six
Negro' in American History 'his ooks'are'.'The"" A helicopter'gunner, Spec- sisters, Mrs. Frances Johnson -
and Culture. 'Reluctant African," which won ialist Stringer, 22, was mortally ,, Mrs. Clara Lee Butler,
The talk, sponsored by the the Saturday Review Anls- / Club Sponsor wounded while making a Mrs. Leila Washington, Mrs.
Social Science Division, was field-Wolf Award for 1960 landing to pick up wounded Elizabeth Williams, Mrs.
at 12 noon in Room 2105 of the "The. Negro Revolt, which; Western Tourthe soldiers near Bien Hoa. Mattie Williams and Mrs.
Trammell Resources He graduated from George Bettye Jean Cobbs, also all of
Learning nas peen used as a textbook in The Musolltes' Club is Windy City.
Center and was opento many colleges and universities ' sponsoring a 15 day Western Washington Carver High Miami.
the public. ; when the Word 'is Tour which will leave by Greyhound Cost per person $250 (includes School in 1964 and attended Funeral arrangements will
Florida be handled Bain's Funeral
A&M University for by
August 2 and return transportation,.sight
two years. He was drafted into Home, 3187 Douglas Rd.
August 17. Destination with seeing and hotel accommoda
meal stops and inter city tions. For information phone

.es sightseeing, Denver Colorado. 235-1238, Mrs.G,Henry; 635- MALE FEMALE
J Then to Salt Lake City, Utah; 5752, Mrs. L. D. Williams; .
Minneapolis, Minn and into 635-8885, Mrs. M. Miller

Buy Some Discussion Negro PoetryAt On Miami InterviewsApply

R Candy From MDJCW. NOW ot arrange your personal interview ..'

Fred Shaw, Dean of Academic on Thursday or Friday, March 6 or 7
YMCABuy Affairs at Miami-Dade
Junior College South, will dis- To fill IMMEDIATE
some candy,Mister, cuss Negro poetry at the
is being heard all over town Thursday, March 6, meetingof OPENINGS at
this week. Our boys and girls the Miami Dade County Poe-
are having a grand time selling!: try Center. The 8 p.m. meet- LOCKHEEDGEORGIACOMPANY
chocolate bars to friends and Ing will be held in the confer-
neighbors. Lidell Martin 1938 ence room of the Administration -
NW 52nd St., and Margie Wil- Building M-DJC'sSouth
leading the group in sales. The public Is invited to the years' aircraft experience in sheet metal fabri-
r Profits from this sale will be,talk and the social hour to cation, installation and re pir of completed aircraft.To .
used to replace the equipmenthere follow. perform aircraft modification and/or overhaul and
at the Northwest Center. repair. Must have ability to read complex blueprints,
To culminate the candy sale Annual Fund sketches and technical orders.
will be the crowning of a King
and Queen at a special ball Raising BallThe FLIGHT LINE MECHANICS

given in their honor.Lidell and Sweeting Foundation, Journeyman level knowledge. Application of shop
1 Margie have a good chance of Inc. presents its annual fund theory and practice for flight test checkout and Tina I
attaining this honor, but they raising ball, to raise funds to flight servicing. Four years military or commercial
will have to keep up the good present scholarships. Music experience (preferably on multi-engine aircraft) withIn -
work since many of the others by Royal Dukes of Rythm. past seven years required.
are starting to catch up. We Other attractions: Modern
wish the boys and girls "good Dance Revue directed by Mrs. ELECTRICAL AND ELECTRONICS INSTALLERS
luck." Juanita Williams and Fash- Minimum two years' experience installing a/c' elec-
We are fortunate to have ions by Patricia of Miami., trical and electronic wiring systems and equipment.. .
'gained the services of Mr.Alfred Governors Club'Hotel, Must have ability to read complex blueprints. ,.wiring "rI
Watts'"!'and Mr John Gully Dwight Rogers Rm. 236 SE 1st charts, technical orders.

here at the Center. With this Ave, Ft. Lauderdale. Don
expansion of our staff we can tion $3.00 at door $4.00. ASSEMBLY INSTALLERS
work with many more child- Saturday, March 8 at 8 Minimum one year's aircraft experience in attachingand
ren without sacrificing our p.m. Tickets may be purchased locating hydraulic, electrical I and mechanicalunits
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policy of small groups and individual at Patricia Dress Shop, on aircraft.Must have ability to read blueprints,
SHIRT DRESSES MAKE THE SCENE service. 5843 NW 17th Ave., Miami. sketches and technical orders.Prefer heavy hydraulics

TWENTY-FOUR, HOURS A DAY OrlandoStudents/ experiences.STRUCTURES.

Today's shirt dress; con have Nehru mannerismslike ProtestORLANDONearly Elections ASSEMBLERS

this slim one with its stand-up collar. Strictly 3,000 To Be, Held. Minimum. six month aircraft structures assembly
tailored in classic shirt I style this is the look that experience desirable, including ability to read blueprints -
, Negro students boycotted Elections for the areawide and to'drill and install close tolerance bolts
will be striding down city streets, and in suburbiathis Orange County schools thurs- board of the Liberty City area and Easterners.CHECKOUT .
Spring and Summer on the smartest women around day protesting the school will be held on March 10th
board's plans to phase out at the Liberty City EOPI MECHANICS
town. Sea-foam green narrow-wale
gabardine in a seven black schools next year. Neighborhood Center,at 1900 CONTROLS, ELECTRICAL, AND HYDRAULICS
blend of cotton and polyester takes to tailoring with The school board filed a plan N.W. 75th Street. Absolute minimum three years' current experience as
elan. The cost of making this "in" look is actually with federal district court EOPI President W. Mat a checkout mechanic in one of the above disciplines.
under $10. Find the gabardine in lots of the new Wednesday that would close thews said the new election Will be required to apply complete knowledge in rigging -
colors and the McColl's pattern 9572 at Singer Centers four Negro schools and con- hoped to have maximum or electrical or hydraulics to assigned aircraft.
vert three Junior-senior high citizen participation by residents
where sold. Interpret and work from charts, diagrams, functional
Fabrics are schools for different uses to and members of the test procedures, schematics, blueprints, and verbal
achieve desegregation. neighborhood advisory board. instructions. Complete knowledge shop math, Including -
State Welfare I angular measurement and must work to ex-
FEMALE acting tolerances.

TO Checks Total Flatwork feeders and folders. Earn extra money. We RELOCATION ASSISTANCE AVAILABLE

accept high school students, 18 years of age. Full time, QUALIFIED APPLICANTS
1 I 111 $8,372,516JACKSONVILLE. part time, 4 p.m. to 8 p.m., 8 a.m. to 12 noon, 12 noon
The to 8 p.m. Good wages, full benefits, no experience,
Florida Department of-Public we teach you. No phone calls please. Ask for Mr. APPLY NOW AT: .

Welfare provided financial assistance Findley, National Linen Service, 1950 NW 1st Ave .

to 275,073 aged and FLORIDA STATEEMPLOYMENT. .
handicapped persons in Feb-
1. ruary to help cover primarilythe SERVICE
cost of decent shelter,

as little asmonth. nourishing clothing. food, and adequate Training Jobs Open Now 1350 NW 12th AVENUE MIAMI

Welfare checks to these To arrange your personal interview with a
needy persons totalled U you have no experience but want to work-here is an Lockheed representative, who will conduct interviews *
$8,372,516 with the State pay- opportunity to work and learn a new trade.All you have to on Thursday and Friday, March 6 & 7,.
ing 1779941.34 and the remaining do is apply for a Job at the Employment Service office
listed below. If an interview II inconvenient at this time, write to: r"
$6,592,574.66 paid by .
matching Federal funds. (1) A local employer has Job openings for mechanically LockheedGeorgia Employment Office, 2363 Kingston
Money available for In addition to welfare inclined trainees to learn the operation of metal working Court, S. E., Marietta, Georgia 30060. Lockheed is an
first and second checks, many recipients also machines. The salary starts at $1/75: an hour for a 7:00 equal opportunity employerand Plans for Progress com-
mortgage loans on benefit from medical services a.m. to 3:30 p.m. shift, Monday through Friday. pany.
CBS or frame houses. (2)) A Miami employer has Job openings for mechanically
Absolutely no chargeof purchased for them by the De THE EMPLOYMENT OFFICE IS LOCATED IN
any kind unless we partment. Hospitalization 'inclined trainees to learn the Installation and repair of MARIETTA, GEORGIA at the intersection of,
make the loan to you. prescribed medicine servicesgo central office telephone systems. You must be a U. S. 1-1S at Highway 280. Traveling North or South
Call: FR 3.3304 to { recipients of Old Age citizen and have a high school or equivalent education.The on 1-75, take the LOCKHEED-Dobbins AFB
salary will start at$2.65 an hour for a five day forty
Assistance, Aid to Families exit and come one-fourth mile to the EMPLOY-
hour week.
with Dependent Children, Aid MENT OFFICE.
11/11/ (3) A Hialeah employer has an opening for a foundry
to the blind, and aid to the per
METROPOLITANMORTGAGE manently and totally disabled. worker. Experience is not necessary. The starting salary AIRLIFT CENTER OF THE WORLD
Nursing home careispur- is $1.60 an hour and you would work from 7 3:30 LOCKHEEDGEORGIAA

COMPANY chased for the aged, the blind, p.m., Monday through Friday. Division of Lockheed Aircraft Corporation
.2244 BISCAYNE BLVD MIAMI FLORIDA 33131 7 and the disabled.


32 THE MIAMI TIMES, Friday, March 7, 1969
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