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Title: Miami Times
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Language: English
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Place of Publication: Miami, Fla.
Publication Date: March 14, 1969
Spatial Coverage: United States -- Florida -- Dade -- Miami
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Court fight looms If Expelled

Central Students Not Readmitted

I The Dade black community readmitted school on Fri-, out the difficulty.A I

has vowed a showdown court day. All 10 have been out of tutorial program has been TEMPORA MUTANTUR ET NOS MUTAMUR IN IBRARY

fight ifeightblackCentralhigh class for five weeks. set up for the expelled students Vol. 46, No. 29 FRIDAY MARCH 14, 1969 of JJA HJSJUJflj' '
students not to them to with
readmittedto The Greater Miami Urban help keep up : I
classes this their school work
semester. during ne-
League, with backing of the
The Dade School Board vot- United Black Federation gotiations. Police
ed last Thursday to expel eight promised to take the expulsions Present Board policy will Brutality Charged

Miami Central High Studentsfor to court. not permit the students to be

their part in a distrub- readmitted at this time, but

ance at the school Jan 30. The League and UBF Educa- school officials are considering -

Two other students recom- tion Task Force membershave revising the policy so that On Miami BeachA

mended for explusion by the been meeting with school the students could be assignedto

school administration were officials in an effort to work another school.

26-year-old black social Fulton, who was Informally put a strangehold on his neck

worker has charged a Miami dressed, poured himself a cup and they fell to the floor.

Beach Police Lieutenant with of coffee from a desk in the
As usual there are more
police brutality after he was station. Police say that Lt.
than one way the story has been
arrested last Wednesday night Ernest Sistrunk, dressed in
told. But Fulton's boss Dr.
and charged with resisting ar- plain clothes and unaware of ,
John Presley, director of
rest.Wayne the reason'for Fulton's pres- Youth Services for Dade
Fulton, a sociology ence, said,"Put down that cup,
County, is hot as a match about
student at the University of boy."
the incident and
promises an
Miami a white youth worker,
.A A The confron-
youth worker replied, eyeball-to-eyeball
Miss Deedra Dukoff, and psy-
"My name Is Fulton." Then tation in Municipal Court today -
chologist Dr. Myron Weiner,
-- according to police. the (Thursday).
4 q..r' had gone to the station to. pick
lieutenant said he wanted to
i V
tw cr three Negro girls. Said Dr. Presley
up talk to Fulton and got the reply ;
The girls had runaway from "From all the evidence I
"I don't work for "
Alpha House, a county home in you. have, this was! a case of race

Kendall for emotionally dis- Police say that when Sis- prejudice and police brutality -

turbed girls, and were later trunk then put his hand on Ful- the kind of thing that breeds

_. found on the Beach.N44CP. ton's arm, the youth workerBERTHINE riots."

i TWO YOUNG BOYS First Black UMCheerleader Plans Housing II, Ui.

DROWN IN CANALThere Producers Conference

was no school last when the boys did not come The University of Miami .

Friday so Edgar Clements, home, E d gar' s stepfather will have color in its lineup: A Housing ,Producers Conference program changes to enable t

8, and his 9-year-old buddy Charles Rozier set out early has been scheduled Negro firms to participate on

Johnny Frazier lefthomedur- Saturday morning to scout the this tall when the cheerleaders for March 22 at Daytona Beach an equal basis in all HUD pro

ing the day and wandered alongthe area. step out. Patricia Barnes i by Marvin Davies, Florida grams.

.banks of the Little River ,It ,wasn't s long before he former cheerleader captainat { Field Director NAACP. The meetings will be heldin

Canal found two small pair of shoes The Conference, first of the Amphitheater at Be-

The Little River Elem. on, the bank of the canal on Miami Jackson, became' its kind in the South sponsored thune-Cookman College, Saturday I IBrao'les

entary School classmates:,,.-flSU Street..near ,7m A venue. another first a>{,the University' by the NAACP, ,will bring'to'Daytona.BeachjSomI150 March 22. Session begins r

ifwere not seen ,again, until The boys had apparently been of Miainioa>Friday'when finals Negroes at 10 a.m. Luncheon session ,

divers brought up their bodies wading along the edge of.the were"Held for 'cheerleaders.: active or interested in at 12:30: p.m.Participants'. -

from 40 feet of water at 8:25. canal when they somehow housing production for low Income the
Patricia also had the highest on program
families to consult with
Saturday morning, slipped in. will be Mr. Samuel C. Simmons Elec'ted'Officer ,
After a frantic but futile The Fraziers live at 765 NW grade average of all the con- experts in the field and with Assistant Secretary for (

search.throughout the 83rd Terrace. The Roziers tending cheerleaders. FHA-HUD officials on ways
Equal Opportunity Housing &
neighborhood Friday night live two doors down at 801. and means of implementing Urban Washington At Miami
A freshment at the University Development, -
.. various aspects of the Housing -
Pat,is D. C.; Mr. William R.
following hopefully Act of 1968.
. Dr. Abernathy Speaks HereDr. Morris, National Director of Beach Federal
will Include
In the footsteps of her The delegates ,
Housing NAACP New York
others State's
Ralph Abernathy, pre- On Thursday,Dr.Abernathy mother, to become an ele- among ,the Mr. J. Bascomb, Multifamily Alexandar W. Brooks has
sident of the Southern Chris- met with another group of citizens mentary school teacher. ing Negro. contractors, Coordinator, FHA Insur- been elected an assistant

tian Leadership Conference, at a luncheon at the lopers, insurance men, brok- ing Office, Miami; Mr. Albert treasurer of Miami Beach
Mother is Mary A. Reeves, a ministers
was the guest speaker on Wed- same hotel where his subjectwas ers, managers, Thompson, Assistant to Regional Federal Savings and Loan
PLATS teacher at Santa Clara civic leaders and housing ex
nesday night at the annual dinner : The aftermath of Dr. Administrator for Association where he has beencontinously

of the Tiger Bay Political King's death, and what's In Elementary School.Congratulations perts. Equal Opportunity, HUD, At- employed in
Club at the Dupont Plaza hotel. store for the future. Pat. The Conference pro- lanta. various capacities for nearly
mote the creation of a Florida

... Housing Producers Associa- Also Mr. Charles E. Clark, 32 years.
Most Brooks has
tion (FHPA); the establish- Specialist FHA Regional Of- recently,
been accounts executive !
ment of a training program forbous1ng" fice,Atlanta; Mr.Robert Fisher a new '
at the association's main
consultants;a guarantee Multl-family Coordinator,
offices at 401 Lincoln Road
fund for use by minority FHA Insuring Office, Tampa,
Mall. He was elected an officer ,
W.. Ys q tipy. contractors for bonding pur- and Mr.Arthur Jarrett, Multi-
of the association March 11
poses; state committee on low family Coordinator, FHA Insuring -
several of
income housing production; Office, Jacksonville. years
service in new accounts, and

begins his new supervisoryduties


Miami Girl Wins National Brooks is widely known In

r the financial community and

attorneys offices on both sidesof
Scholarship Biscayne Bay.

He also is active in civic .
Berthine P. Dean, I
: High senior, was one of 340 and church affairs. He has

) winners in the Fifth National been president of the Sphinx
Civic Club for 18 28
: 3 Achievement Scholarship years;

i Program for outstanding Ne- a years in Boy Scout work and ,
now serves on the district
gro students. The announce-
award committee; 21 years of ser-
ment of the $1,000 was
vice with the Carver Branch
made by the National Merit ,
YMCA; and is trustee and
Scholarship Corporation.
treasurer of Mt. Zion
Miss Dean is the daughterof Baptist
Church, as well as presidentof
u mr. and Mrs.Bertram Deanof
the Church council and of
1042 NW 48th St. She plansto

r study nursing at Hampton its laymen's group.

Governor Claude Kirk, Jr., second from, right, greets the Ministers of Islandsin Institute. She has also been

the West Indies, who attended the capacity turnout for the 77th Anniversary offered an academic scholar-

of Florida Memorial College at a dinner at the Deauville Hotel. The 800 ship at Hampton Institute.She students generally. in order to
is Florida Regents
guests also came to celebrate the 65th birthday of Rev. Edward T. Graham, Scholar and a an honor roll stu Improve college-admission
opportunities the namesof
chairman of the of Trustees. over
dent. She is secretary of the P. DEAN
1,900 Commended
Left to right 'areE.L. Eustace, Minister of Education St. Vincent Island studentswere
; Candystriper Club at Jackson Year" debutante by the National sent to colleges and universities

W.S. Stevens, Minister of Education, Dominica; Mrs. Royal W. Puryear, wife Hospital, vice president of the Council of Negro Wo- early last fall, anda

of the college president, Kirk, and A.C.E. Long, Chief Administrator, Cayman Modern Miss Club, a Zeta phi list of the highest scoring 10,-

Islands. Beta Amicette and a memberof men.The Achievement Program 000 participants in the' 1968-

Also present was Premier E.M. Garry Grenada and Secretary of State,,Tom the Opt Miss Club.She has seeks to Identify honor, and 69 Achievement Program was t

Adams. $250,000 was raised at the function. been chosen as a "Girl of the encourage outstanding Negro made available to colleges. rR



2 THE MIAMI TIMES, Friday,. March 14, 1969 .... ,. .
UM School' A ::' ;
Seeking Applicants for "itJ. '! "r1'4' f ,.

\ (
Administrative ,f P_,
.. :,. ;Ii
University of Miami pends paying up to 75of cur- to one of the degree programs.
School of Education is cur- rent annual salary (not to ex- Administrators and teach ,!
rently;accepting applications ceed $18,750)) will be available ers currently In the programare ,', '
for its' 'gra Uate' program to to school personnel presently working two days a weekin
train'admiuistr; os'infaulticultuial employed In an administrative the field. The twentythreeare
schools. capacity.No presently assigned to wor k"
The program which will extend travel pay is allowed and In the City Manager's Office
from Sept. 8, 1969, to Fellows must purchase their the Greater Miami Urban Coalition

June 1, 1970, is under PartC own textbooks. the Liberty City Com- r ,
of the Education Professions Successful competion of the munity Council, the Community f .f
Development Act supported program will meet the requirements Relations Board, with Le-
the U. S. Office of Education.It for the M. Ed degree gal Services of the Economic
is designed to prepare beginning in Education Adminis Opportunity Program, Inc., '
black and white administrators tration. Fellows who already and with TACOLCY, a leadership rK ..
at the master's and hold a master's degree may advisory council for ..
po st. master's degree level earn credit toward a Specialist young people In the Liberty !

for positions of leadership In in Education, an Ed. D., City area. Some are assignedto
the emerging desegregated or a Ph.D. degree in Educa- Junior and senior high

schools of the South.In tional Administration. schools and to the Dade County r

addition, it will offer advanced The program will Involve a school system's Central Ad- ., .
training at the post minimum of 34 and a maximumof ministration office. ---" -- ---- --
master's level to a number of 38 semester hours for credit. Faculty models for Drew Elementary School's "Afro-American Extravaganza
administrators who already All fellowship recipients Current Fellows are almos1 t standing Gloria Simmons Richard
are and Fashion Show" are, left to right, : -
assigned to multicultural will be eligible for admission equally black and white. Knowles, John Jackson, Leonard SpeiHer, Joyce Kamarakafego and seated

schools. Barbara Conroy Mary Bivens, LaVerne Edwards. Miss White's wigs makeupand
The faculty will include the
regular University of Miami Sen. Brooke To Present Afrocan jacket modeled in the show are by Afram House. Costumes and

staff In educational administration designs by Mae Headley. The show will start tonight, March 13, at the Junior

as well as professors NAACP Spingarn MedalTo High Auditorium next door to Drew Elementary. Songs and dances are featuredin
from related disciplines and
addition to the fashion show.
Dade County school prin-: Davis Jr.
cipals. Director of the program Sammy

Is Dr. Gordon Foster. without a peer," Mr. Wilkins
at a luncheon here March 30, (r-------------,1 1I
Preference will be given to noted that the singer and actor
candidates meeting the following Roy of Wilkins the National, executive Association director "has given unstintingly of his I Miami Times Ads Don't |
criteria: time and great talent to civil
. Three years of recent for the Advancement announcedthis of rights groupsclvilandphilan- I Cost-They Pay t Ik
Colored People,
teaching experience at the ele- week. trophic causes." i---------------t
mentary or secondary school
Presentation of the 53rd
level, or appointment.toanad-
medal will be made at the Hotel
ministrative position in a mul
Plaza by Senator Edward W.
ti-cultural. ,particu-
Brooke, m, (R. Mass.) who
larly one with a concentrationof
himself was the recipient of
economically disadvantaged the coveted award In 1967.The

,.pupils.. A teaching or administrative award was Instituted In 1914 Talks !
position in the Southeastern .._, _. ,_. ._-.".. .... by the late J. E,Spingarn,then
chairman of the NAACP Boardof
United States, although
Directors,to recognize dis-
applicants from all SAMMY DAVIS, JR.
tinguished merit and achieve-
over the.United,States will be, NEW YORK The SpingarnMedal 1 I meat Lad to b ispiie"youngtle 4
considered. "t :, ,',awarded annually to a gro S.:1"' :\ '
. Evidence otleacfershipability American
Negro for (distinguished In announcing the scheduled
and adequate scholastic ' achievement will be 1
presentation to Mr.Davis,
aptitude and achievement presented to Sammy Davis,Jr.>, whom he called "a performer
records for advanced grad .
uate work.

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. from
the local school agency where YOUR NEIGHBORHOOD PRESCRIPTION STORE
the applicant is employed, indicating '
8690 NW 22 Ave
that he would be favorably 6913741HOMER
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MIAMI TIMES, Friday, March 14, 1969 3

Reference NAACP Distributes Work OnNegro .I 80 Public Housing Units For South Dade I

A plan which could turn 40 he collected could go toward duplexs' mortgage. The remainder lion, a South Dade builder, a
To EducatorsNEW poor persons into not only paying the mortgage. would be paid by the letter of intent to lease the duplexes
homeowners, but also land- Depending on the'tenant's Federal Housing Administration. for 20 years after they I
; lords, got preliminary appro- income including the rent are built on the tract bounded'
YORK,-Superintendents need for a one-volume work The board 3-0 I SW 112th and 113th Aves.
val Thursday from the Metro money, he could pay as little approved by a by ,
of schools In many cities to summarize ,the 400-year- vote' 186th St. and 189th Terr. '
'Housing; and Urban Development as one per cent interest on the sending Eugene'Castig- I
throughout the country will old story of the Negro The AdvisoryBoard.
soon receive copies of The Negro Almanac does justthat,
The proposal calls for a
Negro Almanac a one-volume and there Is a consensus
complex of 80 duplex units to /
reference book. The 1000 authoritative
page among reviewing
be built on a four-block tract
volumeisbeing made a ,
genciessuchasthe'American H'
near the South Miami Heights
available through the National Library ,Associa-
Shopping Center to be leased
I Association for Advance- tion, Library Journal and back to HUD'for public housing -
ment ot C olored People. Catholic Association
Library ,
and then to be sold to ten-
Throughout the 60 years of its that The Negro Almanac is the ants whose Incomes rise high
existence, the NAACP has best single-volume reference enough.
urged that full and equitable book of its kind."
"What we hope to do out
historical recognition be accorded Recently, the, NAACP has there is to develop 40 home-
the role of the NegroIn been criticized harshly by
owners who will also be land-
the development some black college student "
owners, Ralph Carey,HUD's
America. who have mistaken the E ,Y
groups director of management, told q P11fAY
The NAACP constantly has NAACP's stand against"auto- the board. I ,fi'f r jF
inclusion of the a r&q
sought Negroin nomous black studies pro Poor persons 'with large
history books, children's grams" as opposition to the families would move into the
stories and other texts.In line study of Negro histroy,itself. duplexes as into any public
with this effort,It has published The position,of the NAACP is housing development and pay
occasional listings of integrated that colleges may not establish rents of between $30 and$95a
text and story booksas black studies pro- month, depending on their incomes r
well as brochures on black grams which are operated as ,/- _
heroes. To provide its own segregated units.Segregationin Should a family's income ,
membership withaccesstoim- public insitutions Is contrary rise above the poverty levelit
portant books about the Negro, 'to the laws of the United could then purchase the du-
the NAACP, through its Crisis' States. plex in which it was living and Zachary Griffin, 18-year-old senior at Northwestern Senior High School,

Bookshop, has offered select Until America has achieved become its neighbor's land- was elected president of the E.O.P.I. Liberty City area-wide board at the organizational *>

volumes at discount prices. a reasonable knowledge of the lord.There meeting Monday night. Griffin stated before he was elected "Thathe

Almanac The distribution is'the first of The time Negro the Negro's contribution to would be a ceiling on was fully aware of all the problems in the Liberty City area, and he wi II do

civil rights organization has America development, the how could much rent the his new owner everything in his power to bring about a change.

been in a position to provide NAACP realizes special that attention considerable turned-tenant charge, but the neighbor-, money ,Other officers elected were::Emanuel Sapp, vice president; Samuel Payne,

complimentary copies of an must be paid to Negro historyby 'secretary; Elizabeth Curtis, asst. Secretary and Carrie Holmes, treasurer.,

important number book of to people.any significant both blacks and whites. Metro Passes Griffin is president of the Northwestern rn Boy' Counselors, parliamentarian,

The December issue of The The Negro Almanac was of the National, ,Hon or Society and a member of 'the Junior, Engineering Technical

Crisis Magazine carried a compiled and edited by Drs. LawThe Society. EOPI photo,by Portier.
book review of The Negro Harry A. Ploskl and Roscoe Housing
Almanac which said; "Despitethe C..Brown, Jr., and is published -
rapid rate at which books by the Bellweather Publish- Metro Commission

by and about, Negroes are ing Company. Inc. of New passed on first reading Thurs- FOR THE FINEST HOUSING, ACCOMMODATIONS
there is a crucial York.. law introduced
appearing, day an, open housing AT MODERATE RATES-CALL
by CommissionerEarl
Carroll. The vote was
Howard Appoints New four to two with Commissioners

I Arthur Patten,and Hardy .
Matheson voting against the,., ll r I
LawTDeafT measure. '
The proposed ordinance RENTAL
WASHINGTON, D. C.JamesA. Law School in 1941. makes it unlawful to discriminate
Washington, Jr.was named After four years as an attor- color
by race, religion:
dean of the Howard University ney for the Department of Jus-
or national origin in the rentalor AGENCY
School of Law on March 1. tice, Mr. Washington was ap- sale of any dwelling.
He succeeds Mrs. Patricia R. pointed a professor of law at Violation is punishable in -
Harris, who resigned a week Howard He has served as Metro Circuit Court by i fine
earlier in the midst of an extended visiting professor at American INC.
of up to $500 and 30 days in
class boycott by law University and the jail.
students. Georgetown Law Center.

Mr. Washington returned to 00 n THE LARGEST PRIVATE HOUSING RENTAL AND
the School of Law faculty in

man of the Public Service VOTE MARCH 24 25, & 26, 1969 IN DADE AND BROWARD COUNTIES
Commission of the District of

Columbia. During the same ','Ii' FOR ,,'.., A fleet of cars and collectors'give door to door service for
period he was a member of W'r tenants convenienceA
the National Capital
', community recreation center for teenagers and adults "rent
of the 'District of (
Authority Columbia.A q f free,"furnished and air conditioned foryoiir comfort and enjoyment.A .

native of Asheville,North public relations department assist you with your problems.
Carolina Dean Washington .
Tenants will stopvandalismondreducethecostofhousing.RENTS .
graduated from Dunbar High
School, here, and received a
bachelor of arts degree from
} Howard in 1936. He graduatedfrom

Law in 1939 with magna cum GEORGE E. HEPBURN, JR. MAIN OFFICE
laude honors and received an Director North Central District
'J LL.M. degree from Harvard
Let George represent you, your interests, your 4150 NW 7th Avenue 759-8733
I ideas and your needs. A vote forGe ego i is a vote

for progessive leadership. 14255 NW 22nd Avenue, Opa-loclca MU 8-0617

CTA member for 6 years 20848 South Dixie Hwy.( Cutler RidgeCE 5-3553

CIA representative for 4 years 605 NW 7th Terrace, Ft.,Louderdale,- JA 4-3357
CIA committee member for 5
& Son CIA professional welfare committee years chairman 3801 Grand Avenue, Grove HI 5-1381

Brown CTA Flood Bank Drive Chairman 512 NW 1st Ave., Hallandale WA 7.2434

** Director, Model Cities Program 339 Hammondvi I Rd., Pompano WI 3-2434 ,
CARPENTRY AND Dale County Librarian Association, member i
Since 1956. ,
Received master's degree in audio-visual educatIon HON. L. L. BROOKS, President
FREE from Indiana University GEORGE P. HARTH, General Manager

CALL 754-8590 VKHY NOT LET 'GEORGE' DO IT? CHARLES A. LOCKHART, Public Relations Director
I DIRECTOR NORTH CENTR4L DISTRICT . If I am to enjoy a better life, others must live better too." -L. L. Brooks

North's Travel Bureau..New Location

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4 THE MIAMI TIMES, Friday, March 14, 1969

To Be Equal ':t 11

Office 6530 NW 15th Ave., Miami, F lo..33147-Phonei 691-0421 by Whitney M. Yeast' Jr.EzecotbeDlrectorNational. By Booker T. HaYfI>lII ,

H. E, SIGISMUND REEVES, Editor and Publisher -,

GARTH C, REEVES, Managing Editor Urban LettW
... ..
STANLEY I. SWEETING.: Theatrical Editor .nia Separatism vs Capitalism

National Advertising I Representative Spotlight On AfricaForeign I read an article in the dally paper recently that put me intoa

Amalgamated Publishers, Inc. temporary state of confusion.The article Irefer to was des-

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Paris peace talks, and yet another Berlin crisis. Immediate success. From all previous reports I had somehow

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,ONE YEAR $5.00 SIX MONTHS $3.00 FOREIGN $6.00 headlines Is Africa, but it would be a serious mistake for was the undertaking of one Muhammad All and a company -

Entered a. Second Clan Matter, August 9, 1927 at the Post I the Administration not to reconsider America's role there. of black brothers. The news article shattered illus

Office at Miami, Florida, under the act of March 8, 1876 As the ancestral homeland of more thana tenth of the ion and as a result brought on the confusion. The confusion resulted -

population, Africa claims great Interest and affection among from the expressed desires of the Black Muslim sect,

Crime In Harlem RampantIt large numbers of Americans. Many of us are as concerned of which Muhammed All is a minister, for the creation of a

about racist police-state actions in South Africa as we are black nation separate and apart from the establishment
seems that crime Is running rampant In almost every new
about totalitarian actions in Europe.
white devils.It .
major urban area in the country. Our nation's capitol seemsto controlled by
America depends on Africa for much of its raw materialsand been my opinion that each of us is entitled to
has always
bad enough but reports of the situation New York's Harlem -
resources. More and more, Itbecomesapparent that it is worship as we choose. It has likewise been my belief that the:
to be the
seems worse yet. in our national Interest for self-determination and prosperityto control the destinies
leaders of certain religious groups a
Citizens are calling for more foot ptrtolnwn to combat tia
thrive on the African continent. of their followers. With the dedication some
crime in Harlem and stiffer for great
penalties nar-
muggers Our moral standing in the eyes of the world goes down every followers carry Into their spiritual involvement, wonder how
cotics peddlers. Some citizens are charging a partnership:
time we vote with South Africa in the U.N. or back a repressive The
double standard is explained or accepted. logical explanation
this -
between politicians and police in the widening spread of crime, '
and that there is colonial regime. would be that they are living ina capitalistic societyand
a widespread graft reaching lib all levelsof
the The real trouble spot today Is the southern part of the con- must therefore think in terms of capital advancement. But
police department.Some tinent--ruled by breakaway British colonists(Rhodesia) South
residents warned that if polls did how does one explain a business venture beneficial to both the
norrespond mora
Africans whose leadership was in sympathy with Hitler, and
to criminal attacks Harlem Saint and the Devil.
readily on residents and the wide
in the the Portuguese (angola, Mozambique), whose overlordship of This nation in which we live is the accepted gem of nations
spread burglaries
community, vigilante groups, soome
the remnants of them for
a once-great empire compensate
already formed, would begin to police Harlem. when we think in terms of monetary wealth. Our scientific
present, second-class status. has made our natural resources instruments of
There is little question that Harlem residents and business- knowledge
Unless change comes to this troubled area, changed that for all the inhabitants although some are denied
wealth equal
man are 'alarmed, by the increasing rise in crime. On Eighth
brings power to the black majorities I don't see how boold-
of them. For of
Avenue, tavern owners have installed electronically controlled privileges sharing any person or group per-
shed can be averted. Unless the United States supports democratic
to want to alienate themselves from so much wealth and
doors to bar addicts from the premises. sons
Shop keepers put up
Iron gates and installconcrete floors thwart burglers, many black leadership in these areas, takeover by Chinese power, I find it hard to explain.In my opinion, separatism will

of whom have drilled through the wooden floor of the premiseto and Russian-supported extremists is possible.A offer no solution to thereal problems that face all black people
case in point is the recent assassination of Dr. EduardoC.
gain acess to the store. Dellvermen ride with dogs la the today. The only effective weapon agains the odds we face is

cabs to their truck: to guard against theives when making de- Mondlane, leader of the Liberation Front of Mozambique togetherness. We need only to review the progress of the Jewson
rebels. He was an anthropologist who once taught in the United
to have
livery. the American scene a living example of the effec-
States. I knew him well; he was a humane man who loved his
Service and repairmen will not make house calls unless the tiveness of togetherness. Their initial suffering was compar-
and who
customer has a telephone because several of them have been his country was dedicated to winning independence for able to that faced by most black people today. To overcome

robbed after being summoned to a flctlclous apratment by people.He their plight, they banded together and spent their money with
returned to Africa to lead the for
fight independence.Since
thieves. Today many of them carry knives to guard against their kind. The results can be seen in the new image of Miami
democratic opposition was not allowed, he had to re-
attacks In buildings. Along Eighth Avenue and also along sort to guerrilla,, tactics. He and his cause were never backed Beach.
Fifth Avenue between 131st and 135th Street on Harlem's East I don't think anyone needs convincing as to the va lue of
this for fear
by government, of harming relations with Portu-
side, residents are afraid to enter their buildings at night money. Any of us can offer a sound defense for money and Its
gal. Yet he was Just the kind of man we should be supporting --
without an escort for fear of Junkies. uses, because we become aware of Its Importance and valueat
an incorruptible Individual of his out
capable leading country
One who a very early age. However, many people fail to recognizethe
shop keeper now carries a knife on all house calls of the shadows of a colonialism.Now
dying .
such a weapon was illegal.Td rather they (they police) catch true value of money. They fall to see it as the greatest
Dr. Mondlane removed
from the scene it is
me with It, than they (muggers) catch me without It4, he re. that the liberation movement will deteriorate, into possible a procurer of Justice now in existence They fail to see it as the

plied. standard for equality, acceptable, by the rich and poor alike.
struggle for between Russian and ChineseInfluencedfactions.
power strive for other of
t I They means attaining position and status
,I that money would give them automatically.Is .
Blacks Find Little SatisfactionIn This story is' often "
repeated: ,a moderate national leader It possible that the burdens of fatherhood, and repeated
doesn't get the support he needs from the west and is either
appeals to avoid the draft have made Muhammad aware of
Ray's Guilty PleaNo pushed leftward or is removed from and with
power replaced
the need for
more capital? Does he view his new venture as a

sooner had James Earl Ray pleaded guilty and accepteda more,Irresponsible elements. Then the U. S, complains about means to an end? Since the staff of the first Champburger

89-year prison sentence for the killing of Dr. Martin Luther not: having friends in the country In question.Fd restaurant appear to be members of the Black Muslim sect,

King, than black black citizens In Miami began saying, "I told African like to see us take more aggressive position of support is this the motivation behind his move?lithe answer to any of
for freedom movements. It makes no sense for an
you so. Another whitewash." these questions is yes, I can better understand the changes in
America that was born in revolution to ignore the plight of
Most blacks are far, from satisfied with the conclusions of volved.

the legal proceedings In Memphis and are venting their displeasures -' the black majority in south Africa. Nor should we support the We cannot, under any conditions, allow ourselves to be separated
one-tenth of Rhodesians who happen to be white in their dic-
on everybody from the established American system -' from the wealth of this nation that we helped make
to the Justice tatorship over the ninetenths of their countrymen who happen possible. It is
Department.So to be black. an accepted fact that it is easier to acquire

many questions remain unanswered, and those answers, wealth and the position it offers in a wealthy society than in
given by Memphis Attorney General P. M. Canale sounded Stepped-up aid to the poor nations of Black Africa is also a poor society.No other country offers the individual a greater
needed. Relief for starving Blafra should be a priority item
rather mealymouthed.Why variety of methods of achievement. Nor does other coun-
did the Justice after in here. Other countries, including small ones like Israel, give try show any
Department, catching Ray one a greater respect for wealth.This information offersus
technical and economic
of the greatest manhunts in history, sit back and fall to aggressively assistance to Africa far out of pro- the formula for future success.We must become capitalistic
portion to their size or their wealth. We should
pursue those other persons who help perpetratethe feet and pitch in too. stop draggingour in every sense of the word. All of our energies must be spent

crime? in the process of capital improvement.We must no longer think

Who paid Percy Foreman, the highest priced criminal law-. in terms of individual success. Though we may move along

yer in the country to take the case in Ray's behalf? singularly, our outlook must be totally Black. We must show

What about the faked police radio reports? The duplicate concern for the welfare of all black people. To do this, we

Alabama drivers license, the spurious credentials with which Hungry People In FloridaForget must think Black, act Black, and accept the fact that we are

Ray travelled across international boundaries? Black. If I was asked to give one word that would cure all our

Until Canale comes up with better answers to these questions about Blafra and: Beaufort County, South Carolina, needs, my answer would be "Bread..

Fm afraid blacks will continue to feel they've been had if you_want to find poor and hungry black people Just look

pace again. around our affluent state Many Floridians were made shame

(others Just don't give a damn) this week when it took a U.S. Black CapitalismBy

ditnr's ntebnnh Senate Committee to convince Gov. Claude Kirk and his Cabinet

!e that many poor people in this state are hungry and Florida Carl T. Rowan and David
M. Mazie
should take advantage of the Federal Food Stamp
program.The In of
many our urban areas Negro self-help are
THE BURNING QUESTION Legislature authorized in
: participation the plan four burgeoning and
successfuly moving blacks into the mainstreamof
Ye Editor has been reading about the Burning Question that years ago, but the Florida Cabinet waited until this week to American life.Newspaper .

Splits Our Churches, as told by a Methodist pastor in Kansas approve the plan. and television cameramen flocked into Harlem

City, Mo.; Lutheran and an Episcopalian.In Under the plan, a needy person would be allowed to pur- last June 4 and nobody,was rioting. They came to see Negro

Kansas City, the pastor urged his congregation to hire a chase, at Intervals,as much as$40 worth of food stamps which Janitor Jerry Robinson and his family put the scissors to a

Negro organist He found his car burned and a hangman's. noose could then be exchanged for$70 worth of food, with the federal ribbon that dozens of important politicians had wanted to cut.

cabin mailbox.. government paying the difference. The Robinsons
opening an extraordinary supermarket,
The Lutheran pastor who helped feed marchers as the PoorPeople's Dade County already has made an official request to be a modern new
cooperative in which of they
' Campaign when through Charlotte,N.C.was harassed allowed to use the program, and State Welfare Director Em- were proud co-owners. as Investors $55,

into resigning. And an Episcopalian in Texas,after welcoming met Roberts said the cabinet action will clear the way. Robinson stood that
day as a symbol of the fact that every
Negroes into his church found that the townspeople outside his black man in this
country however his sources can do
congregation were phoning his wife when he was away to tell something to meager ,
carry Negroes closer to first-class citizenship.
her he had had "an accident." The

Allowing for the fact that there are extremists, even in STUDENTS UNREST 3,785 new"little supermarket, the Harlem Co-op, exists only because
people" like Robinson their dollars.Here
churches, the Implications are clear. Mouthing morality is In spite of the law calling for integrating schools, not much is a 10,682-square-foot ,pooled black
emporium that is the of a
expected of preachers, but moral action is anathema.At has been accomplished and even where there seems to be some,woman's imagination of black product teenagers -
men's labors of
the heart of the problem is the fact that many church- progress, there Is dissatisfaction. ,

goers turn to their church and pastor for reassurance and At Florida State University in Tallahassee Since pleadings its ,and of black people's faith in each other.
some 400 opening the
comfort and for a "religious experience" once a week. But students gathered In front of the University administration worth of business Harlem Co-op has averaged $39,000

the clergyman' himself turns more to his desire to put into concrete building and cheered speakers who told them to"Shut the place pected. Cash dividends a week, about $7,000 more than was ex-
action the of Christian belief. down." seem sure for the taxi drivers, barbers -
underlying principles They were angered by the appearance of riot police Janitors and other members their
of whom
on the campus, and critical of the 75 many
way armed police arrested last $5 to buy a share in this
58 students who refused to leave a meeting of Students Mrs. Cora undertaking.
Walker the
The Regional Workshop for the Episcopal Black Clergy and for a Democratic Society on Tuesday night.The arrested students had for some time, Negro lawyer who inspired project

,Laity of the ,Southeast Region will bold its meeting at Christ were arraigned in court Wednesday and all but two were side Gardens been the "token Negro" in Morning-

Church, Coconut Grove. The Rev. Canon Theodore Gibson, told to show why they should not be cited for contempt. a predominantly white middle-class cooperative -

is rector. The meeting will be held on Thursday morning, The other two were charged with disorderly conduct and ta- friends pa.rtment'to She tried to get her Morningside Gardens

March 13th from 9:30 a.m. to 5:15 p.m. terferring with police. So on open a co-op in the blackghetto. Nothing happened.

July 5,1967, ,Mrs. Walker moved on her own.


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MIAMI TIMES, Friday, March 14, 1969 5

I Facts Not Fiction ::1 IThe *j Willful Retardation

',LEON J. ELL u ,"+ j '
Miami Herald, Friday, February 28th Issue, page.,4A, : f ROtNFbLKSHAVEBEEN
reads as follows: ' H DR.ROYBROWNASSOCIATE
"Send the Jews back to Israel. .bury the Niggers. . We HUNGRY LONGLONG PROFESSOR OFPREVENTTIME
are marching on congress ,July the Fourth, four l hundred w ATIVE MEDICINE TUFTS
BUT THE KIDS ,. .,,,', '
thousand .
strong.. ,
Do these words, said before a burning cross on an Ohio farm JUST GOT HERE AND / SA1DHEIS CONVINCED THAT

and relayed by a, television Into people's homes.a:'clear and WE DON'r WANT THEM NEGRO CHILDREN BROUGHT
present danger' to' ace?" MIXEDrUPWI(L3Lb00 UP IN THE DELTA ALREADY
The above quotation speaks for Itself and needs no elabora- SUFFER BRAIN RETARDATION
In their own Interest,the Negro educators and spirtual lead CAN'T GET ENOUGH
ers should repudiate the vicious lies and anti-semitic asser- FOOD YOUR BRAIN as POVERTY BEFORE
tions on the part of some of the black militants who are both WON'T WORK:' THEY ARE THREE
vicious and ignorant. U hate did not blind them, they could \ '
easily ascertain from the records that the Jewish people, as
a people, have always sought justice for the Negroes. It is a ( .. !
fact that you find a few hundred, or even a few thousands, \ 'L
merchants or landlords who have exploited black people;ThatIs
true among all races, white or colored. Let me repeat the
quotation from Henry Heine-"do not judge a people by its
peddlers on the street. You must Judge them by their apostolic
succession of great men."
Let us look at the record and sse the difference between the
behavior of the Jewish people towards the Negroes and other
white groups consistuting the American population. airr 4JkliiIlf4
((1)). Manhattan and the Bronx were inhabited by Jews. Slow- \
ly, by degrees, the Negro people moved in. There were no i-;;
riots caused by the Jews and no protest marches. Contrastthat
with what happened In Cicero, suburb of Chicago, Inhabited -
by poles who caused riots and protest marches that
prevented Negroes from moving Into Cicero up to this date. .
((2)) Note the contrast that all through the history of American S' ,pqt,,+
labor organizations, Negroes have been excluded from the
Unions them _..._. Y
proven ting from attending a higher economic
level. By keeping them out of the skilled labor unions, they
were forced to remain porters, dishwashers, shoesshinersand
other menial laborers. Contrast that with the Amalgamated -
union and the Internal ional Ladles Garment Workers,
originally exclusively Jewish in leadership and membership.These .
unions have not only accepted the Negroes as far backas
40 years ago, but have encouraged them to come into their
organizations, and yet some of the Negro militants (against
their own self-interest) are spouting anti-Semitic propagandaand
antagonizing the Jewish people. PHIL OSSOFER"What I
To know a people you must know what they believe in, and,
to that end, I will attempt to present the highlights of Judaism, .shall I render unto St. Paul told us that we have America's 22 Million
not u an attempt of conversion, but for the distinct purpose of the Lord for all His benefits need of patience to receive the
being understood.For towards me? I will take the cup promise.(Heb. 10:36)),and that
centuries, Jews were proscribed as being infidels,and of salvation, and call upon the we must run with patience the
the average layman, Christian or Jew, interpreted that to name of the' Lord.." (Psalms race that is set before us. Blacks Spend
mean a heathen, or pagan, but, actually,not even the Catholic 116:11-12)). (Heb. 12:1).
Church had intended interpretation.': It was intended to What is the cup of salvation?
mean that they did not believe In'Christ, and in associationwith We know that our salvation How can we put patience into
the dastardly accusation of being Christ killers, it had comes from obeying the new practice today? Those who
vicious connotation the commandment of have been victims 'of'discriminatory $32 Billion Yearly(
t. ,"v.f: :: :,s.something....t. ', hateful Jesus: . .
,and to be rejected. that ye love one another, as J''" practices will
The stigma attached to the term 'Jew" has been officially have loved you . ." (John have to bear with their white
corrected, but the odor persists. It is, therefore, high time 13:34)). brethren, who are slowly but "Black Awareness", a new film presentation on the
for modern, intellignet people to know something about what As I spell out the word "C- surely relinquishing their out- Negro market, was unveiled at a press luncheon last week
the Jews believe in, and I shall endeavor to touch the high U-P", in my mind's eye I see worn traditions.Nowthatthereare by Amalgamated publishers, national advertising repre-
spots that will have to suffice. three qualities which, if developed more openings in the eco- sentatives for Negro-oriented newspapers. The film un-
I have heard it said on the part of the black people that the will enable us to obey nomic world, openings which derscores the upsurge of race consciousness and racial
Jews hold themselves up as superior and did not try to con- Christ's commandment and will elevate the economic pride in the black community today and the significant
vert them to Judaism. That is not true, except that generallythe bring us salvation. They are status of a down-trodden people changes in economic and social goals.
Jewish people had never been proselytizers, believing Compassion Understanding- these will have to be
that salvation is attained by all good people without having to Patience. Who so can drink patient in training for these Norman W. Powell, APrs general sales manager, in
be to the Christian that from this positions. It is not their fault introducing the film, said "Effective communication to
Jews, contrary concept, you can only C-U-P, surely he
have salvation through Jesus. Since Jews believe that all will attain salvation. that both opportunity and the growing Negro market today means facing upto 'Black
training have been denied, yet Awareness' and the use of marketing methods that take
people have salvation, provided they observe the Ten Com- Compassion is needed to inspire -
they must have the patience to into account the changes in mood,aspirations and require-
mandments, it would be an imposition to ask non-Jews to us to take to heart the
accept Judaism that carries the responsibility to observe 613 conditions of those less for- make up for this lost. time. ments of the black community.

laws or precepts Instead of ten. tunate than ourselves. Com- On the other hand,those who
The Jews believe that they have been chosen to spread the passion melts the timehardened have imposed these restric- "It is estimated that In 5 or 10 years, a dozen of the
word of God among all peoples and do not consider them- prejudiced hearts, enabling tions on their Black brethrenwill biggest cities in the country will have a population at 50
selves superior because of It. To the contrary, they feel thatit us to uplift our fellow- have to show patience, per cent black, making the Negro segment of central cities
is a burden that they carry and not privilege. (This concept: men where before we held giving opportunity for them to the only growing element In these areas.Further,accord-
is expressed in the declaration "that the word of God shall them down. become capable of "doing Ing to the U. S. Department of Commerce, this market of
go forth from Zion".) as evidenced by persecution and suffer- Understanding enables us to' their'thing" economically and 22 million consumers with a purchasing power of 32 billion
ings through the ages. solve our local, national and socially as well, and accept- ,dollars, comprise about 40% of customers of major
Present day Judaism consist of more or less three deno- world problems without blood- ing those who already have department stores such as Macy's: Hudson's Detroit;
minations, Orthodox, Conservative and Reformed. Differing shed and violence. "Come, these capabilities. In doing so, Rich's ,Atlanta and Lit Brothers, Philadelphia,and spends
in their theologies and observance of traditions and laws, now, and let us reason together the White brethren will be uplifting something like 22% more for clothing, 36% more on per-
they are, nevertheless, united in their belief the oneness of saith the Lord." (Isa. 1:18). themselves as well,for sonal care items, 4% more for food,29%more on tobacco
God and the oneness of humanity.The Patience has priority for as long as the Black brethrenare and 8% more on home furnishings that his white counter-
Reform Liberal congregation holds that the Bible con- salvation' because, without it, kept down to a low economic part. Black consumers also use more of a wide range of
sists of four different parts that will follow. However, at this compassion and understanding level, the White bre- items, Including cereals, rice, butter, meat, soap, candy
point, a few observations on their belief are Indicated. are difficult to attain. All thren will be keeping them- bars, cologne and menthol cigarettes and by 1970 will be
It has been said that since religion is a matter of ethics, need patience, especially in selves on a low spiritual level, spending the grand total of $40 billion in a year.

why should not a Jew fell free to join any other religious group today's high-speed mode of a far more dangerous position "Community attitudes are known to Influence purchase
serving similar ends? The answer is that Judaism is not justa living. Budha said, "The" because it could last through patterns and,experts now agree that selling the quality
religion or a set of ethical rules of conduct, but a way of greatest prayer is patience. eternity., consumers in the black community calls for special tech-
life, which includes 'ethics and should not be confused with niques and creative effort designed to communicate with ,
the Hellenic ethics which flow 'as a result of philosophical which'is
identification, believability empathy, reflected -
deduction and self interest. The rules of conduct for Jews will find that they consist manlly of petition for receiving in"the movement of more goods'and services.
stem from a divine command and not from reason and self- something, or the "give men" prayers, prayers scions religious
interest. and divinely Inspired person that his prayers change
The question has repeatedly been asked-why Jews do not from the "give me" class to a fervent desire to surrenderto "The black community newspaper,is the most effective,
basic medium to reach this market and the API of
believe in'the group
accept Christianity since ethically they same divine will and purpose.
things. The answer probably lies in the fact that Judaism has Three times daily, the religious Jew proclaims the onenessof member paperswith concentrated coverage In 75 markets,
never claimed an exclusive way to God; it has always main- God In the phrase "The Lord, our God, is one." offers the greatest single power for reaching and pene-
with God is direct without the trating the most responsible, the most affluent and the
tained that our relationship The Sabbath observance was the central theme in Jewish
Intervention of angels, demi-gods, ship'to God is direct, with- survival. Although it was orginally intended as a day of rest, most influential segments of the black community, as the
intervention of angels demi-gods, or sourcers. I must re- as enuciated in Deuteronomy you shall remember to keep the local level.. ,

peat that weshouldhave in mind the fact that Judaism is not Sabbath because you were slaves in Egypt", emphasizing the The presentation also included a showing of API's film
just a religion, but a way of life, and it does not lay stresson Sabbath as a day of rest. "Reaching the Quality Negro Market" which gives statis-
the hereafter, although it has admitted the possibility ofa In due time through the ages,theSabbathbecame more than tical information about the newspapers and the market.
life continued. Judaism is a religion that applies itself just a day of rest. It became holy and dedicated to the studyof I

primarily to the here, while the other kindredreliglons stress Torah and prayer.The command to observe the Sabbath was Both films, each approximately 14 minutes long and in
the hereafter, or the other world. an event recognizing the dignity of man and was revoluntary
full color, are aready for showing advertising and marketing
We believe that man's inner search for the whence, why in the annals of history. We find no parrallel any prior executives. Inquiries should be directed to Mr.
and wherefore has led man to the need of divine guidanceand religions or other thinking, making a day of rest imperative, Powell at 310 Madison Avenue, NYC 10017.'THE .
protection. If you examine the prayers of primitive, or not only for the freeholder, but for slaves and even the beastof : a
even modern man, Christian, Jewish or Mohammedan, you burden.

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6 THE MIAMI TIMES., Friday.. March 14. 1969

Addle Reports On Musical ArtsBy ; Statistics
Average Home
sidence when she Is not en-
Adline Pontiphflet Elizabeth Caudle
"Musical training is a gaged in reading. Buyer We at Sunlight try hard to
more potent instrument than "Music serves many pur- The average 1968 buyer ofa keep abreast with today's pro-
poses with me. It cheers me built home financed ducts in
.BY CLARICE LITTLES any other, because rhythm and cosmetology. Thereare
Miami Times Society Editor harmony find their way Into : ,'J with an FHA-insured mort- many new and different
the inward places of the soul." gage made $1,121 down pay- products on the market today -
Ruth Foreman, Joins Blanche Callowaysister of Cab Callo- Plato ment and paid $428 in closing and we at Sunlight find
way) once a week on WMBM, with talk about the Legitimate The above quotation, older k costs to buy a $19,568 house, them very difficult towork with
Theatre scene and Allied Arts in Miami. than most, will serve to ini- according to the U. S.Depart- If you haveQ't bad any research
tiate for some introduce for j ment Housing and Urban De- on these products.Last week
Howard Murphy of the Afro-American newspaper chain in others, my new colmn deal- velopment.The we had a demonstration.
Baltimore, Longworth Quinn, publisher of the Michigan ing with reporting the activi- I average buyer had a of the companies sent representatives -
Chronicle In Detroit, and Mrs. Alice C. Hayes of Niagara ties of The performing Arts I $934 monthly income, and he to demonstratetheir
Falls stopped over In the city on Monday enroute home after Society of The Paul La Pierre f I undertook monthly payments, new products.
< I
two weeks in Freeport.. Grand Bahama. including utility bills and Again thanks to to
School of Musical Arts. I1 those who
Mrs. Hazel Smothers of Brooklyn Is visiting her mother, We hope to obtain the atten- \1 1'j 1I maintenance, totalting $186. attended our Valentine Beauty

Mrs. Muriel Williams tion of all those interested In I AN EVENINGOF show. You really made It a

Here from Jamaica to visit her sister-in-law, Mrs. Irene this type of endeavor and per # I MUSICThe success. We hope you really
Alexander Is Mrs. Aner Clemetson. haps Influence the talented In ', I) Alumni and enjoyed yourselves.Some .
Friends of Deacon A. A. Haughton are happy that he Is out attempting to develop their .#' Professional sunlight Cosmologists of our students attended -
of the hospital and Is recuperating at home, 541 NW 47th Ter. special God given talent for > ', 'iI Association present an the Classic Clinic which

Harold Oliver, formerly administratior of manpower pro- the world to enjoy. ANNE MARIE, JEAN Evening of Music and Fash- was held March 10th.
grams for Dayton, Ohio, took over Dade's Concentrated Em- During the forthcoming ions at the Brownsville Com-
ployment Program (CEP) Monday. weeks, I will present to you up It keeps me in good company munity Center on Monday, SAN ANTONIO Airman
Today at noon in the DuPont Plaza Hotel, Dr. Ralph Aber- each member of the Societyon and It makes my life March 24, at 8 p.m. Mrs.Willie James Madry, son of Mr. and
nathy spoke on "The aftermath of Dr.King's death and what'sIn an individual basis giving really worth living," said she Mae Covers will be the Mrs. Henry D. Madry, Sr., of
store for the future. you as many details possible upon closing the interview.
guest model, along with many S. W. 172nd St., Per-
Miami Springs Holiday Inn was the setting for a surprise concerning our guest persona- The Society and I wish her >ether models. Mrs. Ellen D. rine, has comp feted basic
birthday, honoring Mrs. Daniel (Lenora) Johnson hosted by lity of the week. continued success in her Bentley and Mrs. Motez Lewisof training at Lackland AFB,
children, Lucille, Georgian, Edna, Lenora,Jim and Janice.It May I Introduce Miss Annie beautiful world of enchant- Unit No. 55 will M.C this: Texas. He as been assigned
was a surprise. Jean. ment. great affair. For tickets and Chanute AFB, Ill.,for training
Joan Storr, contralto, will be presented in the second con- In a private interview, Miss in the civil
week will introduce revervations, please contact engineering me-
Jean was asked from whence Next I
cert of the Musical
Vizcaya Series this year at 5 p.m. Sun- chanical and electrical
Sunlight Beauty School 374- field.
Miss Elaine a ,
came her great desire to ex- Delaney,
day, March 16, In the Vizcaya courtyard.
Until 9998, Britts BeautySalon, Airman Madry is a graduate of
Miss Storr's program will include arias, lieder, and con- press herself musically she charming young pianist. Miami Killian
then be happy everyone, love 691-9837 or Mrs. Rose Willis High
temporary songs and spirituals.In replied that during her child- ,
Kendall Fla
our city for the funeral of Rev. Fred J. Hicks were Mr. hood, (In Haiti) no opportunities one another. at 945-9683. ,

and Mrs. John ,McDade and daughters, Darlene and Sharon were given here in our .
Montgomery; Dewey Hicks, Rev. Alexander Hicks, New York; particular field and that her
and Mrs. Leola Ligon, Detroit. greatest ambition was to acquire -
Susie Francis was hostess to the Poinsettia Bridge Club on the necessary funds to rf
Saturday. Special guests were Aurelius ZelglerVicki's( m a k e her musical studies
cago and Evelyn Frazier, Atlanta. possible. And as any good sol- ''ice1jve.
Traveling to Cuthbert, Ga. for the funeral of Clara Dorsey dier will tell you,the road was
were Lucia Harris and Ocie Thornton. rough, but determination pre- / ( ))! 00J
:On Sunday, Mrs. Sally Mason of 50th Street was the honored vailed over submission--Anne )) .. ; ; O
guest at a surprise birthday dinner hosted by her children Marie became one of our lead- .. ..:
and grandchildren. Ing mezzo-sopranos and has ;

Othello and Eloise Edna Johnson are the proud parents of already enjoyed many leading A ,
a,baby boy, Othello HI, born March 8,at Cedars of Lebanon roles in our musical produc-
Hospital. tions. Her most Importantrecent -
William and Joyce Oates and daughter, La Tanya are visi- effort was singing the WviA
ting her parents, Dr. and Mrs. Ira P. Davis. Dr. Davis con- role of "Carmen" In the opera +3
tinues to recuperate at home. of the same name.Hobbywise A
+ Eolyn Kimbro entertained the MRS club on Saturday.Get Miss Jean has
well wishes jeanette Goa who is recuperating at home; la ways admitted being too busy .1. .Y. : ZY r wV bt .
Jamie L. Bryant, Little Miss Stephanie: Rolle, Riviera Beach. to pursue any,, however, she
Dr. and Mrs. George Evans'Greensboro and Mr. and Mrs. enjoys the luxury of the swim
Washington, Washington,D.C. were recent visitors to our city. ming pool in her place of re-
Congratulations to Berthine P.Dean,a senior at Miami Edi- M &tt
son High School who Is the recipient of a $1,000 scholarshipby CHILDREN'S THEATRE A -
the National Achievement Scholarship program for Out- f y
standing Negro Students. Berthine is the daughter of Bert and HOST TO EOPI

Marian Dean.In Ruth Foreman's Children's
Miami for the funeral of Staff Sgt.William 0. Hanna were Theatre will play host at the
Shirley Thompson, Joy Thompson, Donna Russell,Sandra Carey North Miami Playhouse, Sat-
Mrs. Mildred Sawyer and Kenneth Sawyer, Nassau; Mrs. urday, March 15th, to 50
Bertha L. Smith, Rev.John.Mainer,Avera Mainer, Mrs. Relta children under the auspices of
Mainer, Mrs. Ernestine Bason and Georgia Mae Bell, West the EOPI
Palm Beach; A/C Reginald Bryant and A/C Jerry Jones, Pat- The children will attend the
rick Air Force Base, Cocoa Beach; Rev. Richard Barry and matinee performance of"THE
Mrs. Gertrude Scott, Ft. Pierce; Mrs. Monya Graham, Law- KIDS CELEBRATE EASTER" 3
rence Graham and William Stanley, Chicago; Reginald Scott, starring Angelo Rutherford of
Ft. Lauderdale; and Mrs. Rosena Bennett, Key West.A the "Gentle Ben" series. All
Quiet Evening. Church of the Incarnation.Come and hear
members of the cast will pre
Sister Frances tonight, Thursday, March 13th at 7:30 p.m.
sent E a s t e r to the child-
Sgt. Daniel W. Mulllens #39 Disabled American Veterans
at the
ren autograph session
Auxiliary invite you and your friends to a "Night of Games"on following thematineeeper A coot snap
Saturday March 15. Comrade Mae McKelvin 2490 ,
N. W. formance for the sun.
152nd Street, Opa-locka.' I Two cutout outfits
Don't miss the weekly organ Pop Concerts four,o'clock every '
Sunday at Victor Piano,and Organ Recital Hall at 3rd Avenue rr r that shape and
and 54th Street. 'They feature guest artists that you will en- STYLED BYt \ show. The ,..
Joy.The 1 r. playful-suit has aE

Rev. Edward T. Graham, chairman of the Board of ITCH* SCALP? a panty partner, ;
Trustees of Florida Memorial College, celebrated his 65th $20. The slack set
birthday at the "Diamond Jubilee Plus Two" dinner last has
flip flare
Thursday. at the Deauville Hotel.
Attending the annual convention of the National Associationof legs, $26. Both .

Secondary School Principals In San Francisco last week are in sizes 3 up

were Mr., and Mrs. Manatee Bannerman, Charles D. Wyche, / and come in sun
Sam Cohen and James Anderson. v ; ,&/ spanking colors of .oj,.,

Miami girls leaving for Job Corps Training Centers recently I o1' white, navy, green. "'i$ '
were Agnes Porter and Linda Rahmlngs, Omaha, Ne-
braska; Mary Samuels, Joycelyn Norris, Poland Springs,
Maine; Johnnie Mae Dickerson, Linda Dye,ExcelsionSprings, OR YOUR.'MONEY .
Missouri; E m m a Jackson, Charlene Edgecombe and Nina _
Curry, Clinton, Iowa.Congratulations BACK
to Clarence Benner man Jr.who made a per-
fect 4.0 average at Tennessee State in the fall quarter.
Sorry to lean that Maxine Thurston suffered a ruptured ap-
pendix while attending. an Urban League meeting in Mississippi. J '

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Luncheon And Fashion ShowThe Zeta's Cinderella Time

Friendship Garden and all ages and for all occasions.
Civic Club will be presentingits Awarding of door prizes will
second annual Luncheonand be a feature on the program. __
Fashion Show, Saturday, You may purcase your -- ___
L April 19, 1969 at 1 p.m. in the ticket from any member of the
downtown Jordan Marsh audi- Friendship Garden and Civic
torium.We Club or by calling Andell
urge you to circle this Micklns, project chairman at
BY STANLEY"SWEETS": SWEETING date 'on'your' calendar now. 634-0500.
This 'is' an event'you cannot This affair Is a benefit for
afford to miss. Florida Memorial College.Mrs. .
The models will be from the Majorie Wake Is pre-
LITTLE RED BOOK:With a cast of 27 fresh, young and Jordan Marsh Dept. store and sident of the Friendship Gar- I
talented Barry College students, "Oklahoma" was presentedto will,be presenting fashions for den and Civic club.
a bevy of'Buds ofSprlng1 and their parentsIn
Barry College's auditorium Sunday after
noon at 2:00.The'Buds' were guests of Sigma
Gamma Rho sorority --their sponsor.andthis Mrs. Range Seeks CharterFor

wholesome Rogers and Hammer stein --'" "
musical presentation proved an important Performing Arts Societywere Carol Moore India Arinah
vehicle for our budding 'Debs.; Hilariously Contending for the crownof Also competing for the titleof
amusing throughout, "Oklahoma" had I Wednesday morning, March present at the meetingwith Miss Cinderella is Carol Miss Cinderella is India
several moments of tear-Jerks too,both ably 12 was the start of a great City Commissioner Moore, daughter of Mr. and Arinah, daughter of Mr. and
protrayed by these young male and femalecollegiate stride forward for the Per- Athalle Kange to discuss the Mrs. Walter Moore of 16031 Mrs. Marion Arinah. Indiais
thespians.Each act each part ,' NW 18 pi. Carol is a seniorat
--- - forming Arts Society of The possibility of obtaining dis- a senior at Miami Edison
each segment of "Oklahoma" came out OKandthe interracial Paul La Pierre School ,of, tinguished patronage for the Carol City Senior High Senior High School.She attends
capacity crowd never failed to express its approval.The Buds' Musical Arts. Society. Mrs. Range agreedthe School, there she is a repre- Mount Olive Baptist Church,
deportmentt was a commendable factor thruoutthe21/2 hour Five members of the society society was great enoughto sentative of Senior Senators. there she participates In
performance and the kids' applauds and hurrah were hefty. It invite the city commissionof She holds membership at B.T.U. and Junior Choir. Her
was a nip-and-tuckacting bid for excellence but our pen wrote the City of Greater Miamito First Baptist Church of Opa-: hobbies are music, playing
down the names of Jim Rutherford as Curly, Joyce A. Audleyas accept the Invitation of patronage locka,and participates in the various games and reading.
Aunt Eller, Alan Winson as All Hakim and Linda Mudano as granting the societya Youth Choir. Carol's hobbies India would like to attend Fla.
Laurey -- our standouts. Choreography by Karen,Virginia) special charter.We are cooking sewing and Key Junior College or Fla.
Batlzi and direction by Sister Marie Carol OP rated orchids. 8.g have reached another attending socials. Her ambit Memorial College to becomean
mllstone in perfecting our desire ions are to attend Dade Elementary Teacher.
NOTES ON A NAPKIN: President Wilbert Barrett and the to reach our ultimate Junior College to become a
Miami Chapter of Tuskegee Alumni Association,are on roller goal: promote brotherhood, secretary.
skates in speedy preparation for their first annual Spring Ball \ Improve the relationship of the
"Come Alive," which is rubber-stamped for Bayfront Park's J races and elevating culture.We .
audit April 2. The dance theme is indeed an appropriate ,.3,. will be telling you more
'sticker' for alumni and friends, as this 'come alive' label about this during the weeks to Sewing Machine"REPAIR
should be inspiration aplenty to boost 'full-house' participation come ID our own colum, 'Ad
for what we feel Is 'the greatest school in the entire NASSAU CLYDE dle Reports on Musical Arts."
southland.: And if you're superstitious and feel kinds lucky, Please be happy, Love one SPECIAL"Cl.on
check out the date, time and donation: April 2--ten til 2-$2. another. & OHAdu
| .t T.n.lons $ 250

SALT WATER TAFFY: If you want to do something nice ............................ *'Check Adlustt.h.11 .
for Miami's first and only sepia travel agency(North's Tra- .\lint TonclontD Mcchanlimlnip
i '
vel Bureau) as a gift of appreciation and congratulations GO TO CHURCH .ct & Lubricate Motor
since they've moved into their new and brighter quarters at : SUNDAY :

6105 NW 7th Ave, send 'em a potted plant. Boss Charles C. il1PHIL .:.........................:. Call 625-1261 Or 625-0724
North is a sucker for potted greenery.. If Diana Ross should
ever lose her cool and decides to shelve the lead singing role
with the fabulous I have a replacement. She's ,
Supremes -
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throaty-voiced: hip-slinging,tail and tantalizing Jeanette HARRIS I 1
Silas,Ian LPN at Parkway General hos, who has a carbon
,copy voice (gyrations and all) of the. tiresp'essibleDiana.. Night In IIi ., 'i K. I
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She's absolutely terrifl Nassau MovedTo il 1 i ((( ( I I.

THE WEEK'S WASH: A civil service representative inspec- I I A lUr I

ting City Jail last Thursday. . Don't be too, too surprisedif Knight Beat JJ111111111 % i/Jllll
J I 1
and when a divorce suit Is filed raising eyebrows among : ,
the highbrow clientele I I 11 I The Ozzie (Clara Rose) Kings of Nassau Clyde Killens will II I
Nassau's Mason Addition are announcing the engagement of present his always popular II I
their daughter Bernadette to James Bertrand Moultrie Jr. "Night in Nassau", Sunday, I II
Ceremonies to be held sometime in August.. Marian Henry March 23, for the first time !I SPECIALS !I
nursing a broken toe that floored her when a card table leg inflicted at the Knight Beat. Enjoy the I II
the injury in her home two weeks ago. sounds of three bands: Bruce I
Beneby and his Miami Junka- I AT OUR NEW WAREHOUSE OUTLET I II
STUFF AND SUCH: Theresa Bethel and Majester Pryor'sdad nooes, Frank Williams and his I
Johnny Alderman passed Jackson Memorial last Thurs Rocketeers, Fish Ray's Calypso I
(4. 2800 NW 5th Ave
day following a severe burn he suffered in a hunting camp in Band plus Phil Harris L \ I
his hometown of New Smyrna.He was admitted to JMH in Jan- and his big show.A '.k": ,
uary . You can look for at least two retirements from Dade $25 cash prize will be \ \ f fI
classrooms in 1970. One will be voluntary; the other forced awarded for the best costume. (Thousands Of Better DressesSuits "I'I
. The Franklin (Lola) Clarks have shaken away the moth Cook at home and bring your I
balls from their ear muffs and mittens in Expectancy of a cooler Bahamian baskets with you. I $ I II
clime as they move Into their new igloo at 85th and 23rd. Admission: Advance $2.50, at II
door $3.00. Call the Knight I Values To $19.99 I I -
SCRATCH MY BACK: Wllhelmlna Woods at Christian Me- Beat Club and make your re- : I
meorial, Room 23 . Carl Pitts at North Shore General. . servations. } 5-
David Lucas, Jessie Adair(Rm 522) at Jackson Memorial. . .l' At Our ,

West Dunbar elementary retired school principal Grace Albert BEAUTY AND ,FASHIONEXTRAVAGANZA I l > I II II
bedded at home after 10 days confinement at Jackson
Memorial . Mt. Zion Baptist deacon A. A. Horton under I _Low PriceOne t tI
went surgery at Jackson Memorial last Wednesday. . State
Theta Nu Sigma Sorority, I
representative Joe Lang Kershaw buried his brotherinlaw Mu Chapter of the Matronal I I MANY ONE OF A KIND HURRY IN FOR BEST SELECTION II
Harry Newton last Friday. ..Charmettes fast-readying their Beauty Culturist League, Inc. I,
Afro-American Spring Dance . Look Alikes: Bill Tey and
Sirhan Sirhan (ugh!) presents Fashion their Extravaganza annual Beautyand on JR. PETITES JUNIORS MISSES % SIZES I II II

Sunday, March 30th at the Elks I
SWEETS' TREATS: Former Miami charmer Mildred West- Rest, 4949 NW 7th Avenue, I
Russell returned t o the city for three days from her native from 6 to 9 p.m. I Extra Special 3500 Dresses ' I II
Philadelphia as guest of the Delano hotel on Miami Beach. The .
Philly filly was thrilled and excited over the many beautiful I I II
: Marked Down To 3 low Prices
changes she experienced since her too-long absence from the WEDDINGThere I
most glamourous and exciting strip on earth'.. Nancy Parker was a beautiful wedding
gifted friend Flora Curtis with an over-sized,whitefrostedabout that took place at the Zion I 492 A84 I
( 5 Ibs) golden-brown cake as a brithday gift on March 3 Baptist Church in Nassau last I II
. Mt.Zion baptist's annual Deaconess Baby Contest Dinner week. Married: were Timothy 1 I 288
headed for Ann Allen's home (1791 NW 47 Ter) Mar. 27. Clark to Syblean Bullard, I I

daughter of Prince Bullard, I ,
CONFIDENTIALLY YOURS: Rose Edwards-Coleman and (Mgr. of Four Fillies Farm).
Janie Edwards down from Windy Chi to share a familyreuniondinner Hosting at the reception was I j i I II
(Mar 2) with family and friends at Lillie Mae Cooper's pretty Roxy Knowles and Mrs.
wigwam(2035 NW 69 Ter/.Reunion tiles brought together Er- Estelle Dorsett.The receptionwas I Jerseys *Linens Cottons Voiles Rayon I II'
vin and Ernestine Edwards, E rv a line Edwards-Watson, held at the Lion's Inter I
Charles and Mary Walker, Rose and Janle and of course, Lillie national Hall on John F. Ken- Sat. & Sun. 10 A.M. 5 P.M.
Mae Mae. It was one helluva dinner to I III! Air Force of- nedy Drive. Flying in from the I I
ficer Robert Burgohy and his senora Doreen have another' States for the festivities was
senorita --their 2nd-DemetriaBridgett,born Feb.19 In Mad the cousin, father, and friend ,r'r'MAYS DRESSES
rid, Spain at 7 lbs 14 ozs. Maternal grandmater is Winifred of the bride. They were: Irving I I
Gabriel of Key West . That's if brother, from your one-' "Fldo" Curtiss, Prince I I '
man-newspaper who knows everybody and everybody's racket, Bullard and James"Long John I 2800 NW 5th Ave

but who is allways giving some poor sucker a break! Bentley. r a _______ _______ _______

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8 THE MIAMI TIMES, Friday, March 14, 1969
6 STAMPS \i '"., ,< .- '
TO T-- t t <
College To Interview Miami ,
HONOR W. C. HANDYA , '. ', .. . ,,
new 6-cent postage stamp .. .. '\ .." r' .....". ".. .y<"."'''''.
Students At Deauville Hotel
honoring W.'C.;Handy,the leg-
endary Jazzman,will be issued { qrw+ \w ..
Candidates for enrollmentin stitutions for their degree
the, undergraduate divisionand status, and those wishing to M.1v17,
chAW i&l
First-day ceremonies are
educators who are to study pursue masters and doctoral
scheduled for MemphlsTenn.,
for their masters and doctoral programs may review their "
the city Handy musically immortalized -
programs will be interviewedby Interests with Dr. Levinson
with his compositions rr i
.officials of the Universityof .and Dr. Daniel F,I Forte, dean "The Memphis Blues' l .
Palm Beach at the Deau- of the graduate school. *
and "The Beale Street Blu s.
vJlle Hotel, Miami Beach, on Day and evening interview Design of the stamp basedon
March 13,14and 15th,accord schedules are being arranged.
the bronze statue,of the
ing to Dr. Merton B. Levin- Candidates may set upap.. composer which stands in
son, UPB president. pointments to suit their own Handy Park, on the corner of
convenience by telephoning Beale and Third Streets in
,An educational interviewing Dr. Lev Ins
on at 833-5575
Memphis, the mecca for Jazz
center has been establish (Palm Beach) prior to March musicians in years past.
ed at the Deauville for candidates 13th. On March 13, 14,and 15, Even the stamp itself is
.Dade and Broward the 'Interviewing: dates, Dr. Jazzy.. Colors'are a combina-
County high school seniors, Levinson and Dr. Forte may tion of purple, light red and r
Junior college students desiring be reached at
the Deauville light blue. Against a purple mss
transfers to four year in- Suite. 865-8511.
background is Handy, horn at
arIn ....
his lips, in pink.

the beginning...there was Josh White; followed currently by Josh White,
MIAMI SHOWING VI I, Jr., who ranks among the most sought afte performers for college concerts'

SCREENED AT and top in-personengagements. For the future, we look to Josh White III, the
; MERSONmlvisio four year old son of Josh Jr. and grandson of Josh, Sr.
1:008& ((0:45:
Recently, while his dad was appearing on the syndicated Mike Douglas
Show toplug his latest United Artists Records album, Josh III appeared and

joined in for a musical number to the delight of the audience, the at-home
What's' bothering you, viewers, and host Douglas shown here with Gwen"Verdon who also shared the

stage with Josh, Jr., and Josh, III.Miami .
Mrs. Campbell, baby.What .

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A total of 173 Dethune-
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As you know,:my wife Is basically lazy.She hates,housewor) county. are: Harold Brown, fi? ,
with a passion She can't cook,and she thinks the kitchen Is the Junior, chemistry, 3.04; Mar)
guest room In the house. haven't found out what she thinks the E.Campbell, Juniorsociology
ironing board is used for,but I know she tried to fry an egg.on 3.00; Shelain Davis, Junior,
the bottom of the iron on e. The kitchen stove has been In the sociology, 3.07; Mattie Johnson :k
house for the eleven years, wehavebeen there, and the only! senior, elementary edu- LN
time the oven.has been lit was when someone else lit,it. She ,cation, .3.00; ,Qletha Poole, dyTTp.
Just discovered that the grill on top of the stove Is where the senior, elementary education, F w
pancakes or bacon can be cooked,and a house guest was usingit 3.00; Barry Shellman, Junior, -.
then. She said,"Oh,Is that what that is for?" Thank God foiToby's sociology, 3.18;Dianne Thomas left Melvin Franklin
HARLEM SALUTE-To Motown's Temptations ( to.right)
I don't like to talk about my wife's bad points all the freshman, business ed.,
time. She has some good ones, like she knows how to turn on 3.40. Dennis Edwards, Eddie Kendricks, Otis Williams and Paul Williams, Is

the TV and she can set the alarm clock. She knows how to turnon DORSE-Y CLASS OF '49 presented by Tony Larwrence (in turtle-neck-sweater), director the Harlem
all the lights in the house, and she usually does--day or Cultural Festival. Tony made the presentations to the happy sand surprised
night, but she doesn't know how to turn them off. Our me- The class of 1949 Dorsey
last before Madison Garden
Temps Friday they went on at Square a capacity -
tabolisms do not Jibe at all. will hold an Important meetingon
I can wake up at any time without an alarm clock, and can Sunday. March 23, at 4 pm crowd of more than 20,000. The Harlem Cultural Festival presents free
make: it with four or five hours sleep. You can move the bed The meeting will be held at park concerts for the Harlem community during the summer months.NOW .
with her in it In the mornings,and she will only turn over and 8615 NW 22nd Ave. All 49'ers
take that extra nap. She Is night people, and a pot of coffee are urged to be present.

will not get her out of bed in the morning--unless it is pouredon --------
her. Once she is up, she feels her way around for a half ': :'. ').
hour trying to get her eyes open--stumbles over things! and
when it Is slightly cold-.moves like nm'asses in January. An '.
hour after she has been out of bed,she suddently"wakes up"
and becomes,a dynamo. She'whizzes around getting ready foiwork ; "" '" '
and,before you know it she.15 scooting out of the door.. .; ,, ; PROGRESS: : : : :: :; ?!i.. \,,
.. IN :
:'and speeding-.down the street. She is always late, and as one I, . ;;, ,, ,, ,, ,, : ,. 7' ."
. .
: 4. :
of her bosseS"once said, ""She'won't'be' oa Urns; but she'llgive ': : : :
you a full day's work when she does get there." She sw' .. ' .
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there was nothing In her marriage .vows about cooking, cleaning -.,.,. . :/ ,;' : tt: .> .". , . :.,, ,
;'.washing and Ironing and stuttwsow1ydQeS.: she lave to dc.... ""."'';" 'f.c:." ::',:;:.'r: ',\:' bring the entire ,family'" 'p' '..:\. >v. :, V!:" :
: :
,all those things guess I have to go along with thatafter' '.' . :.t. ,..:;, '.' , ,' .(.... ;', ft k" I. .
90 years, what else can you do?I'm thinking about trading her .
in for. two twenty two's:Better not trade her in,Fm too old for, . :; '. :" !;:\JI'J.(" .. .. ' and your' burdine's credit card < ., ," '- "' ,. '; ,;,' .. .... ,. '
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two twenty-twos yet It was Just.a thought. : ,' 1'\ . "...; : ;11. .

PRETTY' GIRL OF THE WEEK: Mrs. James Matthews shop and save for the whole family ?. : 'r :

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VIP OF THE WEEK: Mrs. charlotte Ford Clark *:
MOTHER OF THE WEEK: Mrs. Melvin L. Reese '
' :
Although Negro History Week has passed for this year, the I
Charles R. Drew Elementary School has extended their Black I
history study into a dual presentation in which the African S )
Extravaganza" was presented to the students March 11,where ifJ
the students displayed fashions, songs and dances envelopingthe '* J
native African land. The second phase will be presented March 13, at 8 p.m. at the school when a n adult program will
be presented featuring models from the faculty showing fashions f F
from some of the African tribes,such as: Ubangl, Masai,
,Zula, Ashanti, Swahilll and Your' '. .Also featured will be original 4t7: t
African songs and dances executed by groups from the
community. Jacquelyn F. Anthony publicity chairman ta
this. affair, and the weU-kaoci Cashion model,Vivian,White,.
is the coordinator. Mrs. Charlotte F. Clark is the principal
of Drew Elementary which is located at 1775 NW 60th Street. 6 J kHA, Z

We congratulate them on their program. : ri AKA !

QUICK NOTE DEPARTMENT: Alpha phi Alpha Fraternity, d' a, ,
Inc., (Beta Beta Lambda Chapter)are having their Annual Car' $
nation Ball next week. As usual, it promises to be a first rate
affair. . The Marvels have moved into Castaways Wreck 0'k:
Bar. They are doing great, I hear . Peanuts Taylor flyingin >y 3
from Nassau next week to record Phyllis Branch on his Tropicana -
label. .Frank DuBolse and his group will play behind
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Phyllis for the session. Congratulations Nathaniel Perkins xy
on his promotion to Training Coordinator for the Con-
centrated Employment Program and Francis Floyd,executive
secretary. Yours Truly was appointed Community Relations
Officer, but retained position as Supervisor of Mainstream 1 e ,
Program . Our City Manager, M. L. Reese is still pushing
hard for young black men as policemen. The salary is good
and the benefits are great. For further information, contactLt. i it
Leroy Smith at377-5911..Since I announced the spec-
ial drive for women in Dade County to Join the Par & Birdie r '
Club, two ladies have Joined.The entry fee for these women is
$3.00 until September, and any member will accept your ap-
lication. The members will be happy to help you with your N
game. James Everett Is tournament director and Ernest
Hayes Is president. That is it for this week. Till the! next one,

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10 THE MIAMI TIMES, Friday, March 14, 1969
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By Garth C. Reeves, Jr.

Six seniors were chosen as Silver Knight nominees.Selected

on the basis of achievement, leadership and character, representing -
THE HAPPENING Northwestern will be Jestina Days in the area of
George Skinner stinks, and so did his Monday evening editorial -
drama, Panza Hendrix In citizenship,Theodore Bennett in ath-
concerning a peaceful demonstration held on Central's
letics, Herdisene Griffin in social sciences, FredWilliamsin:
campus earlier that day. Mr. Skinner's views impressed me
art and Joe Thomas in speech.
as being a bit racial-- in spite of his last minute attempt to
Twelve talented art students are participating In anart expansion
clear the air with the statement,and quote, "A thug Is a thugno
under the direction of Mrs. Juana Sarminto
matter what color," end of quote. Come now, we know Mr. program ,
NHS art teacher and two art instructors at the University of
Skinner didn't really mean that.
Miami. They are being given varied experiences in the field
The entire editorial was slanted Just like many other reports
given on Channel 7. Regular listeners will find that Channel 7 of art.
in the are Fred Williams
Students participating program
news broadcasters find difficulty in delivering an unbiased H
account of news events. 4 Virgil Walker,Clinton White,Diane Willingham, Katrina Scott,
Allen Lampkin, Stacy Laster, Don L. Jackson, Leroy Dublin,
Walter Dennis and Clarence Coffee.
Richard Delancy,
walked with the Miami High
Why was there a delay in the arrest of Jim Morrison, lead rrs Northwestern away relays on
; at the Junior College stadium.Northwestern scored
singer of a rock and roll group called "The Doors' ? I'm Inclined Thursday
to believe that the city police force is slacking in its 96 points.
duties. This week the Bulls intend to bring home the bacon when they

Presently, they are trying to convict this man on four dif- compete In the Ft. Lauderdale relays.
baseball team started off their season with two
The Bulls
ferent violations. U these things that he did were so terrible,
why didn't they arrest him on the spot. Surely eyewitnessed wins. Wednesday the team defeated Delray Carver 76. Nor-
land was the Bulls victims on Friday.The score was 43. Cen-
Indecent exposure was enough to place Morrison behind bars
SouL Stitw tk Wu tral will provide the opposition Friday at Central and Tues-
even only temporarily. Now, days later when embarrassedeyes ol/
are dried of tears and insulted individuals have their egos day North Miami at Manor Park.

back in tow, all of a sudden the police desk is in an uproar. From the campus of the Coral Gables Cavaliers If your car needs a good wash Job, don't you bother, let the

Surely the Miami Police department realizes that time is comes senior May Hall. Mary Is the daughter of Mr. Student Council do it. The Student Council sponsoring a car

in essence and delay in such matters can develop an appear- and Mrs. Frederick A. Hall of 3617 S.W. 27th Street. wash Saturday on the side of the gym. Drop by and let them

ance of Indifference to the public. After graduation, she would like to attend Bethune- take care of business.

Cookman College and major in music.Her hobbies) are
AROUND TOWN: singing, bowling, sewing, dancing and listening:to jazz. - - - - - 4 ( t\\ 1. "J

Get well wishes to Joseph Preston, Miami Northwestern

,seniors, who is ill at Jackson Memorial Hospital. 'T ... F
The- world famous Harlem Globetrotters entertained Mia- Jackson

mians this past weekend at Miami Beach Convention Hall. At - -- - - - - - -

the Saturday night show were Ann Sing Robinson, Verne Jo Pe- r------------- ,

Alan Straughter and more swingers enjoying the Jottings J
gues fun.Jefferson, many I Raider Reports i iby tt

Reaves celebrating his birthday Saturday night t CHRIS BATES I By ARNETTA WILtLMSI"
with that pretty girl friend of his Sammlemae Roberts, all over _ T - - ... "WI".IW" .f'I" '" "" (".......\,
town. i. ION s i I v e?y 1Kn 1gbt nominees Butler. Ha is 18 years old and, "

from Edison are: Foreign has been in this country for

STAGE AND IN THE MOVIES: language, Berthine Dean; seven months. John is pres- FEATURING A JACKSONITE

The First Lady of Soul closed a smashing appearance at math, Peter Nicolaides; social ently residing with Mr. and VALLERIE PARR1SH: A senior, Vallerie is respectivelythe

Miami Beach's Fontainebleau last Sunday night. PatriciaSimmons studies, Stanley Cann; general Mrs. Spaulding of Miami president of Tri-Hl-Y Service Club, and a member of VI-

a Miami Central Junior, who was there for the finale scholarship, Debbie Raskin; Shores. slonettes, Senior Board, Student Council Cabinet,and Tri-Hi-

reported to me that Aretha sang everything she could think of. drama, Barbara Wooden; citizenship During a recent interviewwith Y-Hi-Y Council. At 17, she plans to major in nursing at the

Miss Franklin came down with laryngitis during the middleof Grace Bartle; English John I had the opportunityto University of Miami. She likes the type of young man "who

her engagement on the Beach and began giving only one and literature, Jay Moy- talk with him about his im- has a mature outlook on life in general."Seldom being refer-

show nightly instead of the usual two.However, in spite of her nahan; athlethics,Jim Wiborg; pression and views on inte- red to as "Slim", Vallerie has been a student here for three

condition, she continued to give a stunning performance very science, Donn Hickman; mu- gration In our school and Dade years and believes "Defeat isn'tbitter if you don't swallow it.;

time.. sic, Neil Cowley; art, David County. John feels that there Basketball Coach Willard Tolliver sponsored a banquet dinner

If you dig movies and would like to see a bad flick, don't Bonilla; Vocational and indus- will never be full integration in at Roosevelt Savings and Loan Association for the basket-

hesitate to cop "Uptight" at the NorthsideTheatre.The story trial, AndressaDavis; speech, America because of the strong ball team. Regarding the 2nd place District Championship

starts directly after the assassination of Dr. Martin Luther Chris Bates; and journalism, feelings of segregation em- received a trophy for our 16-4 season.

King, Jr. It gives a good look at the slums. It also shows what Linda Posey.Concert. bedded In the minds of most MJHS track team defeated Miami Killian at Miami Dade
some of our black welfare mothers have to resort to when the Chorus is Americans. "There is a
pre- South with a final score of 81-42. Outstanding runners
check isn't enough to feed the youngsters. Go see your black strong feeling of school spirit
paring music for this year's aidedin
Mechanic, John McMinn,John Manning,and Joseph Wims
brothers and sisters and see yourself. I feel the movie is Concert. Student during the school day,but after
Spring con- vic-
making this track meet a successful one.After: such a
pretty realistic and recommend it to young and old, black and ductor Ingraham will school, all the unity that the
George tory, we participated in the Miami High relays only to place
white. I wonder how many viewers will realize that "Uptight"is conduct two numbers duringthe students developed seem to
second to Miami Northwestern. Tri-Hi-Y Service Club spon-
a reflection of disappear at the ringing of the
present day society?
concert. The dance band sors the track team conveniencing them with sandwiches,
Sergio Mendez and Brasil 66 did their thine last Sunday nightat and vocal ensemble will bell," John said. One of the
per- drinks, and other delicatessens at the meets. Trl-Hi-Y girls
Miami Beach auditorium. The group gained fame with their 'form' umbers during. the con- basic problems facing our provide spirit and humor when the team is victorious and when

Italian renditions of "The Lopk of Love",}"Fool On.a Hill", ,cert also. school is understanding and they are also at fault. Wherever you see the track team, you
"Scarborough Fair" their latest recording. It was Herald's exceptance on both sides.John.
really an The Miami 1969 9 I I see Tri-Hi-Y ready willing and to work.
*: has
out-of-slght show.Family All-City Basketball teamhon- high hopes Edison and
; orable mention winners from wishes all the best in the Baseball season started successfully as the team defeatedthe

Edison are James and future. He said that he has en- E d i s o n Red Raiders 4.0 and ventured to Key West this
Walker Joyed going to school In weekend and defeated their opponent. Outstanding pitcher
Exhibit Atrice.
Camping At Berthine Dean a senior at America, and especially, the Larry Jackson and team members James McDuffie, Louis Castro

I Edison is a winner, of $1,000 "greatest school under the Jose Hildago, Bill Butler, Steven Newbold,and Carl Person
sun-.Miami Edison Senior were the participating Batmen to defeat the teams.
Camp Owaissa BauerThe scholarship that is underwritten -
by the Ford Foundation. ,High." Anchor Service Club hosted"The Golden Ghetto" danceFriday -

She plans to study nursing at Seniors of the week are: at MJHS. The semi-formal affair was emceed by Jimmy
tenth annual Family visit, inspect and talk with the Dinittie Cobb and Griffin and affair
Hampton Institute. Larry Floyd. featured a live band the"Oceanliners. The
Camping exhibit will be open, campers. Don't
forget "Guys and was one to remember.
free to the public for inspec- Numerous agencies will Edison's exchange studentfor Dolls" opening Thursday

tion, at Camp Owaissa Bauer, provide displays related to the 1968-69 school yearis March 13. Tickets are 100., Badminton team try-outs began this week as Jackson has

Sunday, March 16 from 10:00 outdoor education and camp- a student from Melbourne, Do come early If you want the been the state champions for 16 years. Sponsored by Miss

a.m. to5:30p.m.CampOwais- Ing. Among those organiza- Australia Hisname, is John best seats. Sarah Bennett and Miss R u s s Ie Tighe, the team practices

sa Bauer is located on 17001 tions presenting displays in every Monday, Wednesday and Thursday

S.W. 264th St. (3 miles west the camp dining hall will be: FIRST NATIONAL GIVES

of U.S. #1 on Bauer Drive,Na- Everglades National Park,
ranja.) Tropical 'Audubon Society, Typing Class At BTW I
Family Camping Exhibit, Crandon Park Zoo,Girl Scouts the second consecutive proximately 100 Miami-Dade

sponsored by the MetropolitanDade of America, Redlarid Fruit and,'year, a ,$5,000 donation has students at $500 each for the Great news! Now it can be 6:30 p.m.,
been made by the First National academic year, 19691970. told! To who
County Park and Recreation Spice Park, State of Florida you waited Tues-
of Miami to Mia- Classes are held each
will Game and Bank In presenting the donation patiently for
Department, present Fresh Water Fish our typing classto from
families and individuals Commission and the Jr. Con- mi-Dade Junior College for Robert W. Burce, bank pre- begin. Beginning typing for day and Thursday nights

camping out in a wide varietyof servation Club. student loans sident, noted that the only sti- adults began here at Booker.T 7-10 p.m. _

camping facilities including Family Camping Exhibit offers The contribution will be pulation made by the bank con Washington Community

tents, trailers, piggybacks, 'special interest to the entire used to generate an additional cerning the allocation of fundsis School on Tuesday, March 4. HI DEO RAY HAIR

and other unique and interest- family as well as indivi- $45,000 from the federal that they must be made without A certified teacher has been' (iet
units. The duals. Make government under the National .regard to race creed hired to teach BLACK
ing camping camp- a day of it.There : or the course. All SUCK
will be out will be refreshments Defense Student Loan pro color. you need to
ers living Just as availableand register is one A DOUBLE ACTION'
they ordinarily do when on plenty of parking.For fur 'gram, according to M-DJC Students may apply for loans $5.00 which will allow you to RSGMYWIJRIAIXQ

camping trips. Approximately ther information please call president Peter'Masiko, Jr. through the college's office of attend class for 16 weeks.You DRUSfS HAIR 1lIIUYCJtt,

100 units will be on display Mr. Marshall Escola at 247- The total amount will provide Financial Aid for the Fall may register in the main of- :J1r': .j'II '.'I'IIIM V

which the,public .is invited to 6016,. ... financial aid for ap Term beginning Aug. 28. fice each evening beginning at


- THE MIAMI TIMES Friday, March 14, 1969 11


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Bomb Backfires, Blinds ,. Black Capitalism Essential

Student ProtesterSAN Says National Business LeagueBerkeley

FRANCISCO. A red and his face bloody liam, 24, of San Francisco, G. Burrell,presi- those barriers solely attri- their power which determine
youth, blinded and crippled in after an, explosion rocked the also a Negro student, who was dent of the National Business bute to racism are in themselves what happens in our country.
the 10th bombing at strike- Creative Arts Building Wed- being hunted as an accomplice.The .. League,stated in a private interview virtually insormount- Capitalists direct and controlour
ravaged San Francisco State nesday night.Police ., Black Students Union, that Black Capitalismis able for the black.entrepre- governmental institutions -
college, lay in 'a hospital : 'said he was placing which began the violent strike a reasonable objective designed neur, .
Thursday while the' Black Students ;a time bomb which went oft. at the college four months ago, to fulfill,one'of many The NBL's concept Black If, in our current system,
Union and the college prematurely, blowing off issued a statement saying Act imperative needs required to ,Capitalism does not exclude black people hope to acquirer
president sparred over the three fingersandblindinghim.. ing, President S. I. Hayakawa qualify black people for equitable Joint ventures between black:! 1 influence and assure
blame. and Gov. Ronald Reagan inclusion into our societyas and white owners. It certainly relevant responses to our
Two larger unexploded I whom It called "puppet" andpunk" it exists today.Criticism does not exclude or ignore the needs, we must acquire the
Tim Peebles, 19, a fresh- bombs found "
were nearby. had created "the
of the con- absolute necessity for strong tools of Influence. Those tools
man from East Palo Alto, Peebles was charged with. suppressive atmosphere"which cept, according Burrell, re- positive action in the areas of are land, labor, capital andbusiness
Calif., was found screaming in and of "has made
conspiracy explosion a possible the sults from a failure to recog- economic development, com- enterprise.
a hallway his hands char- bomb as was WilliamR. of Brother '.
Pup- injury Peebles. nize the nature of the prob- munity development, mutiple, Black business leaders
lems in which we are involved. ownership and race relations. must use their influence to effect
First, there is the prob- Businessmen (capitalists) those social changes es-
Citizens Can Complain ,Against lem of inequities which are the provide the real leadership sential to the well-being of the
I result of racism. Black Capit in our country. Our politics, total community and the whole
a 11 s m' has its objective the our economy and virtually all country. In striving for ecc-
Police Actions elimination'of these racial Inequities other aspects of our existencecome nomic I inclusion, the NBL is
as they affect black under the influence of making ,its contribution to
participation in ownership capitalists and entrepreneurs. achievement of the overall objective -
The Public'Safety Department Safety Department' : ble to them." management. It is their money and of social Justice.
of Dade County plans to "Th 'Internal Review Section The internal Review Sec- Secondly, there are those
distribute 60,000 leaflets to will Insure the public tion is 'now under standing problems of capital diffusionand -----

make the public aware of the trust and protest the integrityof orders to immediately launchan income distribution. This Bullet 'KillsTeenager : Ary1r * Ar * k * :
departments self-policing the department." says PSD independent Investigationas problem is common to white-
program. Director E.Wilson Purdy,who soon as a, complaint is and black people. It is not as- : o i Ie :
The Internal Review Section reorganized the section shortly lodged sociated with race. It Is the --
is staffed by investigatorswho after his appointment In "Investigations, of these result of an economic system -- Roll, ,
are available 24 hours a December 1966, "We want all complaints safeguard the, which is, weighted in favor of Luther Hall, 15, 1838 NW ; Honor :
day to study allegations Dade citizens to be aware of people against misconduct as those who have. The solutionto 2nd Court, was found dead on
against members of the Public complaint procedures avails. well as protect the reputationof this problem is in bringing the floor of his home after he $ * * * * * *
Public Safety Department about changes in the economic apparently accidentally shot The following individualsand
members, who will not suffer system which will effect equit- himself while pounding on a organizations,believing in
because of unfounded accusa- able distribution of income and bullet. the concept of QIC (We,help
tions and public mistrust." wealth and eliminate poverty. Miami HomicideSgt.RobertUtes ourselves) have contributedthe
Supreme Court Clears Distribution of this 'Information To be a success business said that possibly Lutherwas following amounts'to the
is part of the PSD requires adherence to those trying to get at the primerin OIC:
Community Service Program. proven principles and prac- the bullet and had Inserted a St. John Baptist $500.00
And Shuttles worth The leaflets may be obtainedby tice which are essential''' to screw driver to pray the primer Mt. Sinai Baptist $100.00
King writing the Community earn a profit. It is unrealistic loose and was pounding on Christian Fellowship
Service Section, at the Public in the extreme to expect the screwdriver with a ham- Baptist $100.00
Safety Department, 1320 NW black entrepreneurs to increase mer when the bullet exploded.An Baptist Ministers
WASHINGTON Dr. Since the parade permit ordinance 14 St., Miami, 33123. the high probability' of autophsy disclosed that Council $ 75.00
Martin Luther King Jr. was gave the city commission Copies will also be availa-. ,business failure by violating the boy ,died because fragments The Miami Times $100.00
posthumously cleared by the almost unferrerec 1 ble at any of the Public Safety those principles in an effort of the bullet casing Make this' list grow and.
Supreme Court Monday of discretion to. reject permit: Department Offices at the to effect economic change. penetrated his heart. grow.
charges of parading without applications, the court heldthat I Model City Office. The problem of overcoming ---- ----- '
a permit during the 1963 Bir- the demonstrators could Kills Common Law Wife
mingham civil rights demon- rightly assume that they woulc ,. 'I
strations. not be granted a permit and 1.Killed, .1 Injured After: Argument .'
I The court ruled in a test could parade without one/*' ')

appeal brought by the:, Rev. The Court has At 3:30 a.m. Sunday Miami by a ,38-caliberrevolver during ,
Fred L. sutUesworth, a for- ruled in a series of cases that In Auto MishapsWilliam Police investigated a domestic an argument with her com-
lieutenant of thata at 741 NW 56m law
mer King's shooting mon husband,Norman Mc-'
group of Negroes led by two persons overboard may laws ignor that unconstitutionally vague- Bruce, 42, who pital and Florida Highway Pa- Street.. Cray, 30.
civil rights leaders were with- limit their free- lived alone at 664 NW 13th St. trol troopers said both his legs' Sgt. Art Scheeren said 30- Police picked McCray
in their rights in staging a dom of expression.The 'was killed when he stepped off .were broken and he appeared year-old woman, Ester, and charged him with first-
Good Friday protest march the curb at NW Seventh Ave. to be.partially paralyzed Jackson was shot four times degree murder.
without a city permit Supreme Court also reversed and 14th St. into the path of a
Police Commissioner Eu- a disorderly conduct car driven by Valentine
gene "Bull" Connor and other conviction of entertainercivilrights I Mejias, 65, 2303 NW 15th St.
city officials had made it plain activist Dick Gregory, Witnesses said that the light
that they would not grant parade growing out of a 1965 protest was green for Mejias when
permits for Negroe's mar c h around the home of Bruce suddently stepped from
antisegregation marches, the Mayor Richard J. Daley oi f: the curb into Seventh Avenue s
court said. Chicago. There were no charges,thoughthe
Investigation was continu-

ing.In anon-tatalaccident,Islah

Burton, 46, 1455 NW 61st St.,
LIFE INSURANCE was critically injured when his !
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rail on the Ulia Tuttle Cause-

Doesn't Cost It PaysLast way to Alton Road' below. He ,,, '
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year life insurance benefit payments in NewsboyHit r- >

America amounted to more than $12,000,000-

000.00. By Drunk .
Less than half, $5,200,000,000.99 were for . /
Driver DiesDade's ,rte
death payments. $6,800,000,000.00 was

paid to "Living Policyholders" in the form traffic fatality toll

of policy dividends, surrender values, disability I reached 45 with the death of a

payments, mature endowments, and annuity 15-year- newspaper boy .. f'f '.
late last Wednesday night.The 4
payments. boy died at Jackson Hospital We know how it Is. You think of
from a skull fracture received
this whisky something .
as special.So
In an accident nine days
LIFE INSURANCE DOESN'T COST IT PAYS earlier. you drink it sparingly.

Ernest Ford, of 3275 NW46 Maybe 2 or 3 holidays a year.
BUILD UP A SAVINGS St., had been hawking newspapers But if you had the good taste to buy
THROUGH LIFE INSURANCE between lanes of trafficat j ; it in the first place, why deny yourself?
NW 42nd Ave. and 14th St. i'' Try Crown Royal l on a day you
Feb. 24 when be was hit by an don't have off. You deserve it.Seagram's !
auto driven by Robert Ca-
CENTRAl LIfE dorett, 43,of 780 NW 42nd Ave. I

police said. Crown Royal is so good t
Police said the boyhadbeen
INSURANCE COMPANY warned by a policeman not to : hate to drink it.
hawk the .papers in between

lanes of traffic, Just minutes 1 But if"ou don't what good is it?
1416 NORTH BOULEVARDTAMPA, FLA. before he was struck down. ,
Police did not charge Ca-
DISTRICT OFFICES STATEWIDE dorett with the accident, but
did charge' him with drunken:Seagram's Crown Royal-The legendary Canadian In the purple tack. I
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I Telling II Like It Can Be \ Men., Now I

,.. ... the black ghetto, these'areas as to what the people
._pas.a,. grlpe--more'l1kely, aawhole see as problems that need
The annual "open house" members and other Interested. for/ ,the elimination: 'of ujusttces immediate act ion Once the
: bag of gripes. ,Apartment i
meeting and Installation for people can play. .: :'and ,exploitation! ,,rather conditions; rats, and survey is completed, tasiforces
members'and friends of the Here in Dade'County their
grievances than alleviate effects, roaches, police brutality, lack composed residents
Urban League of Greater Miami build between the has been their
; as emphasisuntil of recreation facilities, lot and resource persons, will
will be Thursday eveningat school desegregation crisis, now, clearance, Junk cars,high cost grapple with the resolving of
8:00 p.m.., at the New Covenant bitter youth speaking out on This' is the Issue to be discussed for low quality merchandise, these problems.The .
Presbyterian Church, unfulfilled promises of Job by the panel. Panel
name it and black people have plan is to organize a
1221 NW 43rd Street. opportunities, the great gap members are Jean Brant,
been enduring it for a long, League of District Councils
Chairman Dr. Gilbert between the promise of the Nancy Adams, Nicholas Lee, long time. as independent structures,
Porter said, "The program Housing Act and the realityof Bruce Robertson and
Ray- Progress has been made in with r a r i o u s subdivisions,
will Include remarks by State the availability of housingon mon Thornton.Rev. .
many areas, such as more with Urban League providingthe
Representative Joseph: Ker- the open market for black, Bruce Robertson will black people have better Jobs. professional services to
shaw and Commissioners M. people. The list Is It install
long. the
new officers. Mrs. education
But the gains achieved by a act on housing,
Athalie Range and Earl Carroll would seem that everyone Maude K. Reid, president of
few,after a longbard struggle health and welfare police
on "Black Power In the must know the great peril that
the board will be inducted for look small ,when reviewed in community relations, and
Political lies ahead unless there is still
Arena. her second term of office.
light of the thousands still untouched whatever else concerns our
A pa n e 1 discussion,mode- time to take action and changethe Coffee and dessert will be by racial progress, black community.

rated by Dewey Knight, Pro, Institutions that.have, served by the Urban League still suffering in Miami's system. We not only distrust Elvin Dean community organizer -

gram Development Chairmanof created the crisis. Guild. ghettoes. white people, but each other as for the Urban League,
the Urban League, will focus The Urban League believesit Mrs. Reid said, "We would And that is the key,that lies well. This must change, if the announced that two mass
on the New Thurst move has the tools to establish the like all who have a stake in in the hands\ of the people,that dream of freedom Is to be a meetings have already been

ment of the Urban League. creative, constructive confrontation the future, and that's every- thousands; must get together reality. held to introduce the plan for

The panel will explore ,between ghetto residents one, to come and hear what to bring about changefor The problems of black pee.pie the League of District Councils
issues of black and and the struc- the Urban is to
the basic power League doing every black man, woman in Goulds are the problemsof one in Perrine and one
white confrontation and the ture in order to bring about equalize life results between and child.- black people in OI -Iocka. in Coconut Grove.
role of the Urban League and the urgent changes necessary black and white Americans." ',
This: is the proposal and planof The Urban League is saying, Additional meetings are

the [Urban League--to use now'is the time to get together being organized for every area
Urban League resources and The Urban League has begunto that has black residents.

staff to bring black people together put into action a plan that Everyone In each area is

Upward-Bound Program Af UM to, work together, for will bring the entire black urged to attend as the meet-
for all black community together in the
I change' people.We logs are announced--home-

must develop a strong, most meaningful sense of"to owners, tenants,businessmen,
In Third YearUpward united community. We need to gether," by organization.The church groups, and membersof
do this, realizing that black first step was the defining social and civic organiza
people have been conditionedto and the sectioning of our tions. -
Bound, a national dents from any ethnic group in UM and federal funds and a think "only'of self, as amatter community into specific areas. The' idea ,is: The same
program that enrolls high Dade County who meetadmis- Rockefeller Foundation grant, of survival in the slave The Urban League will survey s'trolces..for all black folks.
school youngsters from urban sion criteria. secured through the interest II .11
and rural disadvantaged environments Teaching staff will come and efforts of the UM Under

in an attempt to from the UM and Dade County graduate Student Government.No .

motivate them toward college, schools. counsellors student who entered this SAVE SAVE SAVEIn
will enter its third year at the are being recruited from all,
has out because
program dropped
University of Miami this sum over the country.
of academic deficiency.
mer. Twenty-five graduates from
Supported by a$67,774 giant last summer's Upward Bound Students currently in the case of serious illness your savings will provide the means for extra care,I

renewal from the U.S. Office program were admitted to the program prepare newsletter comfort and security

of Economic Opportunity and University'last fall with full and are preparing a publica- '

$16,943 from the University, ,.support, Including tutorial tion of creative writiagsac-" *-. II hat blerutroven thai':maintaining; ; a regular savings program;

the program 80 will students Include from approximately services, through combined cording,to Mr. Messer: "C1 will see'rou through unexpected emergencies. "" :__" "", i, :',;, 'v>. :

at least five Dade
County high
schools Join the many who han listened to our advice and are preparing. tot '

These students, recom- Whitney Young Urges tomorrow .
mended by their principals and ."

guidance counsellors as hav- 5 % .
ing potential for college suc-

cess, will live on the UM RevampingTransportation SAVING CERTIFICATES
campus In the new Towers residence

July 25, while undertaking an SystemWhitney

intensive academic, cultural, We 4% Pass Book I
and social recreation program I pay on Regular Savings.
M. Young,Jr., executive user taxes--money that must
director of the National be used highway constructiononly.
Mr. Samuel p. Messer, associate Urban League, has called for "It is senseless for SAVNGSBONDS
of educationfor
professor diverting funds earmarked for cities to be starved for funds
health, physical educationand highway construction to sub- while billions are piled up for

recreation, Is director of sidized public transportation use on projects that only compound ..5.46'Ield on 6 year 5.17% yield on 5 year

the project. facilities. urban problems," said Savings Bond Savings Bonds
Of the students, 50 will be Young. Interest compounded Interest compounded
new to the program after having The civil rights leader said quarterly 4V% quarterly at <4'In /%
completed the 11th grade. that the efficient public transportation ' ..
Condemning highway construction -) 'ft.
Thirty-one will be returnees was essential to"unlock '
from last summer's program the gates of the ghetto"and that'destroys black, addition'Insurance'coverage up fo $rSOOO.Olton each,account by the

who will take credit courses at to enable black workers In.. neighborhoods- Mr; ,Xpting' federal.Deposit/ Insurance Corporation offer you strong banks with

UM while'participating: in Upward the ghetto to reach new Jobs warned; Transportation ample capitalization and a high degree of liquidity
ning is going to have to get
Bound activities with the opening up in the suburbs.Mr. away from its habit of destroying FREE CHECKING ACCOUNTS FOR SENIOR CITIZENS AND THOSE

to 'Mr. Messer, Young spoke at the 4th neighborhoods to
the program will accustom International Conference on make commuting faster and SUPPLIESWE
easier for white subur
students to a collegiate atmosphere Urban Transportation in CAN USE EXPERIENCED BANK BOOKKEEPERS
while introducingthem Pittsburgh, Pa. banites.
to new academic skills. Blasting high bus and sub-
also called for .
Mr. Young :
,Along with their academic way fares, Mr. Young stated ,* Subsidizing public transportation norm rim wnowi UM w MUM inns. rionn union' uncut tun
work, students,will go on field' that "Making public transportation 'With a Trust Diportmtnl lath III Anti(tint it Ilk iwuiIlllfteN
in insure low fares. RulteiitMlnmillittSUirtNiMltlWK.riirMi Nerth 11I1.11.flerld.
in the to science
trips area cheap and fast and milD

exhibits, theatres, concerts, attractive can restore downtown Expanding. mass transit JlllpHHttliJB (

and art galleries. areas to economic health, systems.

After the initial six-week unlock the doors of the ghettoby Supplementing slow bus, r nn ran tmw.UK w mri MIAMI lOCI
period, the students will return reducing black Isolation, service with' fleets of mini- west nii'illI"It lied sued
to the UMC campus twicea and bringing the unemployed buses that cruise main streets' rtkMunlliKMK'lTilephwUSCtt /

month during the academic closer to jobs, making them and drop passengers offat express -
year 1969-1970 to continue the tax-producers instead of tax- pick-up points. riOPUS'turnout SAW or MMMMCIlirftint "opus Ulan NATIONAL! UU
program. In addition, the Jill Strut it 13r AVIOUI hrtlwnt Jin him it OiU. Strut
consumers. Business backing to com- Mlinl.fliflll Idrtl mini, fluid
teaching staff will meet with TlllptMl HI,1701 IHtjkui M 2444
Mr. Young said that the pany-run car pools and car-
them at central locations off-
collects lending to ghetto employees
federal government
campus once a week for tutor PEOPLES GROUPOF
nearly $5 billion In highway working in suburban plants.
ing,discussions,and problem- .
solving. This follow.up period NATIONAL BANKSLeonard
'is designed to maintain the 'fMERCHANTS'

students' interest in college. WHO ADVERTISE IN THE
Uilna Ao ti Borbtr-Blokt -Frank Wider-Roland Stafford_
While at the University for ARE .
the summer session, the students THEY Edna 1.11- Matt Walsh- Carl Bowdre '
receive room and board APPRECIATE DOING BUSINESS ,WITH YOU. Executive Officers ',:

and $10 a week spending THEY ARE COURTEOUS, DEPENDABLE.
money. The program is not Combined Resources in excess of 96000000.00 :

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DIANE A. DYES Miami LOTTIE Brown, Miami ATLEANOR R.WISE Miami GLORIA PERRY, Miami Notre Dame Academy, laugh- daughter of Mr.and Mrs.Ber-
Edison, daughter of Mr. and Central High School, daughter Northwestern SrHighdaugh- d i s o n High, augh- Dean Sr
ter of Mr. and M,\ s. J. L. tram H. ,
Mrs. Clifford Dyes. of Mr. and Mrs Willie Brown. ter of Mr. and Mrs. Frank ter of Mr. Johnnie C. Green
Wise. Royals.

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mi Jackson, daughter of Mr. Miami Northwestern, daughMiami Edison, daughter of Jackson, daughter of Mr.and ml Northwestern, daughter of Edison daughter of Mrs.
Franciel Tooks and Mr.Cur-
and Mrs.Cyril Poitier. ter of Mr. and Mrs. William Mrs. Willie Mae Kirkland and Mrs. Julius Smith. Ruth Basden.
ley A King Jr
A. Campbell. Mr. Earl B. Kirkland.
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ter of Mr. and Mrs.Willie of Mr.and Mrs.Robert Brown Mrs. Elizabeth1'Edwards! and Mrs;< Mary Amos-nand Mr. ter of Mr. and Mrs. Felton and Mrs. G. M. Hendrix.

James Sawyer.. Mr. James Edwards Gaddy Rawls. Blanford. rwr.: :..



young ladies are to be presented by Negro Women, Inc. This is the third annual presen- BEVERLYN LYNN PARKS,

the Greater Miami Council of National Council of tation. Miami Jackson, daughter of

Mrs Julia P. Smlth"and Mr.
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With New ProgramPresident Pretty Daughter Elk Gertrude Crowder of the Greater Miami
Temple No. 769 was appointed bytheDt.Ruler Alto Screen as
the candy girl for the annual candy sale of her Temple. Dt.
Richard M. Nixon made good on his promiseto I have today issued an Executive Order directing the Crowder is the foster daughter of Miss Marie White and is an
promote Black Capitalism last Wednesday when he Secretary of Commerce to coordinate Federal programs ardent member of Mt. Calvary Baptist Church of which the
signed an executive order prescribing arrangements for related to the ,strenghtening of minority business enter- Rev. Samuel Atchison Is pastor
developing and coordinating a national program for prise, and authorizing him to take the necessary stepsto
minority business enterprise.The do so for effectively. The order also provides for the
Dt. Sarah Smalley, chairman of the candy sales,states that
complete statement by the President on Minority creation of an Advisory Council for Minority Business all members are urged to make a full and complete report for
Enterprise is printed below. Enterprise, and for the establishment by the Secretary of the sale of candy not later than Wednesday March 26. Dt. Alto
I have often made the point that to foster the economic Commerce of an information center for the compiling and Screen is advising that careful and prayerful considerationbe
status and the pride of members of our minority groupswe dissemination of information on succesful minority focused on a scholarship that would benefit some deserving
must seek to involve them more fully in our private business programs. girl.
enterprise system. Blacks, Mexican -Americans,Puerto This is not a substitute for the many other. efforts that
Ricans, Indians and others must in creasing I Y be en- continue to be needed if we are to make headway againstthe
couraged to enter the field of business, both in the areas ravages of poverty. It is a supplement, dealing witha r-- - -
where they now live and in the larger commerical com- special but vital part of the broader effort to bring the MICHAEL'S KINDERGARTEN I
munity--and not only as workers, but also as managersand members of our minority groups into participation in t +S
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owners. the American society and economy Its success will be NORTHWEST COURT II

Providing better job training and making more jobs measured by tangible results,not by th volume of studies. PRESENTS
available is only part of the answer. What we are doing is recognizing that in addition to A TALENT SHOW ,
the basic problems of poverty itself,there Is an additional
We must also provide an expanded opportunity to FEATURING LOCAL TALENT
i at all levelS-' need to stimulate those"enterprise that can give mmbers ,
participate the tree enterprise 8:00 It'
'of confidence that of MARCH 28, 1969 : P.M.
minority groups avenues opportunityare
not only to hare the economic benefits of the free enter- ,
4343 Northwest 17th Avenue Miami Florida
neither closed nor limited enterprises that will dem- ,
prise system more broadly, but also to encourage pride,
onstrate that Blacks, Mexican--Americans and others can DONATIONS: ADULTS $1.00 CHILDREN $.50''
dignity and a sense of independence. In order to do this, I
participate in a growing economy on the basis of equal BENEFIT "BUILDING FUND"CAL I
we need to remove commercial obstacles which have too ,
opportunity at the top of the ladder as well as on its lower ROBERTS, M.C.
often stood in the way of minority--group members--
| CALL MU 1-4060 or MU 8-8141 offer 5 pm. .
obstacles such as the unavailability of credit, insuranceand rungs. L __ __ ___ __ __-J
technical assistance. Involvement in business has I

always been a major route toward participation in the -. b.AA it. "' ,.4, .., .. u .L 11. - -I- r ..l.lh.. r t
mainstream of American life--Our aim is to open that ,
route to potentially sucessful persons who have not had Why Not Hav
acess to it before.Encouraging. !

Increased minority-group business
activity is one of the priority aims of this Administration.

The Federal Government has long been Involved in
various programs to support the development of new
business enterprises, and to help struggling new ones
become more stable. By one count, there are now 1.16
such programs, operated by no less than 21 different

departments. and agencies.; These are largely uncoordinaed. :i J' / \ Delivered to lour Home

Recently, the Small Business Administration launcheda
program for the stimulation of minority group enter.. I
prise. This program has been well received,and deserved
continuing support. With better coordination, a broader I
range of government resources and assistance can be

made availab.e \i- EVER FRIDAY

Many private, voluntary organizatlons.andmany major
corporations, have done outstanding work in assistingthe \\7 MORNING
development of new business enterprises among
minority groups. often, however, their efforts have not
had the government support that they deserve.As '.

recommended by the Urban Affairs Council, I intend 15 oL
to establish within the Department of Commerce '
Stans, this new office will be the focal point of the /
Administration's efforts to assist the establishment of new Less thou l0a

minority enterprises and expansion of existing ones. It Per copy
will seek to concentrate government resources, and also

to Involve the business community and others order to .................................................................................
enlist the full range of the nation's resources.
( ) 1 YEAR -$5.00
This new office will be headed by an Assistant to the
Secretary of ,Commerce, and it will have the direct, Moil '6740 NW 1th Avenue, Miami, Flo. 33147 "
personal attention the Secretary. On Its own, it will Fill I"
seek to develop new business opportunities. It will co- : NAME :
ordinate the efforts of other government agencies in en-
couraging minority enterprise. It will mobilize financialand landMail
other resources both public and private. It will pro-
vide the centralized'leadership which in the past has not \OORESS" . I
been sufficiently evident. It will seek to provide a better f: T 't

focus of government programs at the local level,In orderto .
give them the impact intended. It will constantly review TODAY!!
for the en-
both existing and possible new programs
couragement of minority business enterprise, and will Check t ) Monty Order ( ) for {......... U enclosed.I .
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0 NEIGHBORHOOD t 0 I Fa ily.' :I

P SERVICES Health' '


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Rountable: Mrs. Marie:SCar) .
EOPJ Executive Director, '. >1' '" "
visited the Opa-Jocka Neighborhood Center,on Thursday even- A SHOT TO GOOD HEALTH. : k:
ing at 7:30 ]'P.m. This meeting had a special flavor, becausethe " ',

neighborhood: participants were composed of either people If your ,immunization schedule is up-to-date, your body has "
being served by the program, or other neighborhood residents often been alerted to its unique protective role, and that roleis ,
who had not expressed any prior interest In the EOPI Benny developing immunity to a disease without first having had 8
O'Berry reports that the neighborhood center staff, did an the disease. Immunization against one disease does not give lea.' .P
outstanding Job In locating untapped neighborhood people, to you protection against other diseases. For example, a small- c&P!
become involved in the EOPI porgram. This roundtable dis- pox immunization will not protect you from Hong Kong flu.
cussion was charged with mutual enthusiasm. The newly in- So if your immunization schedule is not up-to-date,then your
volved area residents, were quite articulate in vocalizing body has not developed Immunity to certain diseases, and it
their ideas about community programs.Mrrs.Carl expressedher is advisable to see your physician
delight with the response that she received from this new Smallpox is still a threat. This disease is now consideredrare
source of potential community involvement. The staff Is in America, but cases do appear. A first smallpox vac t
hastening to indulge these newly found residents, in the various cination is given between the ages of one and two years; a t
areas of which they wish to become Involved.Our booster is necessary at least every five years or upon expo y3 ZV x h p;# s r yV
Savior Lutheran Church welcomes a challenge: Pastor sure.
W.A. Haag, and the congr ega tion of Our Savior Lutheran DPT is medical 1go for a mixture which builds protection
Church, have opened the doors of one of their facilities and against three diseases; diptheria, pertusis (whooping cough), ':, ,:;/ ;:;, '
donated In-kind space to the EOPICpa-Iockaarea.This space and tetanus. The three in one combination reduces the numberof ; ,
which is spacious and comfortable, is being used as the Opa- shots a child needs and thus reduces discomfort, ,,'.4",: \'fr" "
locka Area Office. Our Savior Lutheran Church,formerly com- The first dose.of DPT is given at about two"months of age; ',< >< ,
posed of an all-white congregation, is anxious to bridge the additional doses at three and four months; booster shots are f hM > '\ ,,
gap of understanding, as their doors are opened to member given at fifteen to eighteen months and again at three years. y, ', : :: '> ::: R
ship of all residents of the area. Color not withstanding. Our As children grow older, Immunization for whooping coughis .. : W !' F]: ha
Savior Lutheran Church is located in a slowly changing dropped, and.the! ,combined adult toxiod for diptheria and ::. v' \; ', ,.E'"J\
neighborhood, 2362 NW 95th Street. tetanus six andtwelveyearsof age. Tetanus toxiod
Job Opportunities: ,Mrs. Genesta Sweeting, Educational is given every tea years thereafter. Sharon Brooks, daughter of Mrs. Maye F. Brooks,was featured
Counselor for the Opa-locka Neighborhood Center, held the Tetanus germs infect any wound or burn, so it Is better for as the "Artist of Tomorrow" on the Epsilon Chapter of
regular monthly meeting of the Opa-locka Senior Citizens, on both adults and children to be protected by tetanus toxiod before the' Gamma phi Delta Sorority, Inc. on their Founder's Day
Tuesday, March 3, at the Opa-Locka Neighborhood Center. an Injury occurs than to depend on tetanus antitoxin after program, Feb. 23 Sharon is a sophomore at Stranahan Senior
Forty-one Senior Citizens were in attendance. Mrs. Sweeting the injury has occurred High School, Fort Lauderdale. Mr. Charles Mobley music
had has her guest, Mr, H. Hansen and other staff members Sabin polio vaccine, which is now in general use, is given .'teacher, Dade County, featured two of his students as future
from the Dade County Seniors Centers. Mr. Hansen gave a by mouth. It Is usually given 'as a combined vaccine providing artists of tomorrow.
detailed outline of a new project in the Search and Serve protection against the dangerous strains of poliomyelitis. Catherine Gibson Is baslleus of Gamma PhiDelta and Gwen-
program. Two Neighborhood Senior Citizens from each Children should receive the first dose of Sabln polio Vaccine dolyn Howard presided over the program.
community, where the neighborhood center Is located,workingwith at the age of two, months, with two additional doses at three
the Search and Serve Program, will be hired at a rea- and four months, and booster doses should be given again at
sonably good salary to work with their peersserving their eighteen months and six years of age Appreciation.Program..
needs ,inasmuch as these Senior Citizens, if in good health A successful vaccine for controlling measles is also avail
and qualify, will be of more service to their fellow Senior able. So measles has Joined diptheria,tetanus,whooping cough, Morning Star Freewill Baptist
Citizens. If you are a Senior Citizen, and live in the Opa- smallpox and polio as another dangerous disease that is con-' Church, ,1455 NW 53rd Street,
locka area, and are not currently enrolled at the Opa- trollable through immunization.The from 3 to 6 p.m. In behalf of
Neighborhood Center with a Senior Citizens in Basic vaccine will prevent regular measles, but will not pre the Grand Matron of the stateof
Education, Arts and Crafts, ;Field Trips and other activities vent German or three-day measles. Florida, Mary L. Arline,
call 'Mrs Genesta Sweeting 6814683. Mrs Sweeting, assisted Measles Is a dangerous'disease, not Just for children, but rated No. 1 of the International
by Mrs. Juanita .Thomas,,is..conducting .an, excellent.Sjaaior for adults a.s "fel. The host serious complication of measles, F. & A.M. Masons and O.E.S.
Citizens program Fat the ,Opa-locka Neighborhood "'is an Inflammation of the brain which can be fatal or can'render '
Center. a person permanently paralyzed or, mentally, imparted Our speaker for the occas-
Visit your Neighborhood Center today for services and There are also the dangers of pneumonia and ear Infections. ion is a prominent religious
social action. 2341 All Baba Avenue,' Opa-locka, Florida. HEALTH HINT "Good health is the thing that makes you lady: Sis.''Loulse Napp, of
feel that now Is the best time of the year." .P k Shiloh Baptist Church.Corinth

There will be a meeting of the Child Opportunity Center and 1 Sisters and many other talentsof

Head Start Parents! Organization,at the Culmer Neighborhood Treasure, Mrs. Azzie Blackshear,; Chaplin,Mrs.Fredericka the .city will be present.
Center on March 19, at 8:00 p.m. This Is a n overall parent Sutherland and Assistant Chaplin, Rev. Russell Brown. Please come out and enjoy the
community action group. If you live in the downtown central Mrs. Curtis informed the officers of their duties to the ._.. program. Refreshments will
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area with a child in the Child Opportunity Center or Head- club. They each made their pledge. served.
start program and not a part of this group, please plan to Some of the'planned activities'for; the group are: Tours, An Appreciation MARY ARLINE Sister Wonza Deliford Is
attend. I am sure you will find :itbeneficial to you and your Arts and Crafts, sewing, music, movies and games. programhas
been planned to ,convene chairman and Sister Ruby
child. 'We extend an invitationtoall Senior Citizens 55 years of
Sunday March 16th at Bright Henderson Is chairman.
age or older, who lives within the Liberty City Area, to Join ,
What's DEMO-Y C ? with us.The .

It's a new youth Club In the central area. Their meeting group will meet on the secondhand) fourth (4) Thurs-
date is each Thursday at 6:00: p.m. Culmer. It's the only day of each month for their meeting.The time will be announced -
youth community action group. So want to be with the later as to when the club will meet to begin their activitiesYou
IN CROWD, be sure to join nowll!! Culmer's recreation department may receive additional information by calling 696. 4350,, 1969 WAREHOUSE SALE
has temporarily changed it's hours: Monday through or visiting the center at 1900 N.W,-75th Street. "
Friday, 2:00 p.m. to 7:30: p.ra. and Saturday's, 9:00 a.m. to Closing,remarks were given by,Mrs. Frances Henderson, THOUSANDS OF 'SHEETS' OF WALL PANELING*
2:00 p.m. Acting Area Director for the Liberty City' Area, and Dr., HUNDREDS'OF' SOLID DECORATOR DOORS
Mr Philip Johnson, Acting Area Director, Is organizing a George H. Greene, Center Manager.
little league team which will consist of boys ages 7-17. If you Mrs. Jessie Collins and Mrs. Lillian Hutcheson were in '
know of young men in this age group who would like somethingto charge of refreshments, which were served after the meeting.A REFINISHED BRAND
do, please urge them to come and try out for our team.,They' door prize was given and the recipient was Mrs. Frede- WALNUT, OAK, BIRCH
may obtain further information by calling Mr. Phil Johnson at ricka Sutherland. PECAN '
371-3659 or coming into his office at 1163 NW 3rd Avenue. -
If you are a merchant and would like to sponsor a young man 4'X8'PAN ELS
in the little league team, please do so. Remember, it's tax R
would like to say thank you to the Coral Gables Jaycees,
who were kind enough in heart and beautiful enough In mindto "MR. JACK" DOWN / ONLY $2.50 PER WEEK -

exhibit the spirit of giving by donating health building play- FOR CALL FOR SALESMAN
equipment to our Child Opportunity Center. The children at
Dorsey, Mary Hill, and Mt. Zion will spend happier and more
active The Very Latest in Men's Fashions
days at school. Thank you again. '
The ADC Mothers will hold their meeting at Culmer on Wed- SILK MOHAIR SUITS HATS
nesday, March 12th at8OOp.m.AHADC Mothers should,make ITALIAN SHOES (g
this club a must on their list of thing to participate in. '
The Culmer Federal Credit Union has moved to the area 944 NW 2nd AVE. MIAMI, FLORID N I r rl :
director's Office, located at 1163 NW 3rdA venue in the Bond- : I
ed Rental Agency Bldg. You will find the credit union managerand I L
the clerk there from 8:30 to 5:00 p.m to better service I LilY z
you at your convenience.The AUTO INSURANCE
school Board is holding a basic, education class at fifttlW?
Culmer each Monday and Wednesday night at 8:00 p.m. 19 : ]I

On Thursday morning at 10:30 p.m., the Liberty City
Neighborhood Center organized its Senior Citizen Club. The :
meeting was called to order by Mrs. Lillian Hutcheson. Mrs.
Mary McCoy Green, who si enrised the meeting gave the INSURANCE AGENCY
purpose. Mrs Elizabeth Curw was in charge of the election .
and institution of officers.Those,elected were: President, Mrs., 3802 NW 32 AVE. 6331589I ,
Annie K. Brown. vice-president, Mrs. Annie Comartie, Sec
I JIM LIVINSON, O n.r Phon. 635-7507
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THE MIAMI TIMES, Friday, March 14. 1969 21LindsleyV'Lumber
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(First Installment)

GREAT YEARLY HARUD. SALE. Mr. Featherston was in Cuba at the recent 10th anniversary -
. celebration of the Castro revolution. This is the first in a
four part series in which Mr. Feather stoni fives his impressions -
of life in Cuba. MR. Featherston is a counselor at the
UTILITY STORAGE ROOMSThis Center for Dialogue, 2175 NW 26th Street.,.

"Contemporary" styled shed is all- 's Highlight of my all-expenses paid trip to Cuba, sponsoredby
x Radio Havana Cuba, was'to be the witnessing of Fidel Castro -
steel. Has exclusive
Pressurecoat system of speaking before the Cuban masses in the RevolutionaryPlaza

bonding plastic to heavy gauge steel for in Havana. Thus, as guests of honor, we were escortedto
the reviewing stand the morning of January 2nd, in time to
long lasting and tough finish. see the hundreds( thousands of Cubans already'garnered in

the' Plaza, some had waited all night, swell to well over the
BIG million mark. Literally, rivers of Cubans were flowing down
I LARGE b: all the converging avenues to the Plaza.The final estimate indicated -
6-FT.BY 6495 6-FT.BY 89 195 It something like a million and a half people were there

5-FT. SAVE ri a that day,
NO. 565 7-FT. $5.00 ,. ONLY $5 From my vantage point about twenty feet from the podium
NO. 567- MONTHLY1x12 where Fidel spoke, I was able to make an intimate and unob-
structed study, of his style and effect Transistorized headphones -
provided simultaneous translation into five languagesfor

In.. Choice Spruce those delegates who did not understand Spanish. My Spanish
Spindle-Flex4 Poles"CELOLITE" is quite good and no difficulties were experienced in this

SHELF BOARDS respect. Fidel's speech in this instance, like so many of his
These poles assemble in minutes to other speeches which I have read entirely and listened to over
s See itl Displayed so you can give a built-in look with the warmth Radio Habana Cuba and other Cuban radio stations which can
f select the board that you'll be l and beauty that only solid wood be of
picked up in Miami, was a detailed analysis the Revo-
1 Its sawed and
using evenly
r milled smooth. Use for framework I can Bamboo.give.Transitional.Choice of Spanish. lution's mistakes, successes and programs. Only a few digressions -
trellises, stakes etc. into the area of International difficulties with American -
and Latin American policies were noted.
0 (FOOT OR LONGER The final composition of my tour group consisted of two

y I Uruguayans, one Chilean, one Ecuadorian, one Mexican, one
Ue Colombian and my self. We chose Oriente Province, the

Reg' eastern-most, as the first point on our itinerary for investi-
gation. So, the next day, January 3rd, with our 19-year-old
15x1'-in. polesHEAVY S1.7S
guide Andres, we boarded a four-engine Soviet-built turbo-
prop for the hour and a half flight from Havana to Santiagode
Cuba. Service aboard the national Cuban flights as well as

4x8-FT."Troplcana Lauan" GALVANIZED with their international flights compares favorably, but with-
out all the trills, of our own services. '

, ,{ PREFINISHED PANELING GARBAGE CANS In Santiago, we were put up at the Versalles Hotel Just outside -
II I the city and visited other towns to the east and north of
t ..
.1 k'. Beautiful Philippine Mahogany..factory Santiago by bus. included in our schedule were stops in Chi-
I r 20-GAL. SIZE I
finished by professional methods virico to the :west along the coast southern Cuba at the foot
;\\\\1\ to bring out the warmth and elegance of the towering Sierra Maestra mountain chain,Siboney and
; of the grain. Random grooved' patterns.Choice .
\I. ., \ ', \k of three shades. pp farmhouse from where Fidel made his first attempt to over-
\ '" i I throw the Batista government, July 28, 1953, in the ill-fated
\ s :\ : 11
\ \ .1:' ,'I attack against the Moncado barracks in Santiago; thence to
\tl z. \ : 4 X 8-fT. .
ttl Mayori-Arriba where Raul Castro was headquartered during
< 1\\ S PANELS the final assault against Batista in 1958.
\' Ji At all times, I personally was allowed complete freedom to
Regular5.29 2 per customer roam about at will and talk with whomever I wished. The enthusiasm -
for the revolution and for Fidel himself was genuine,
the human Involvement was certainly not staged for my bene-
fit. I did not detect either the fear or the hunger so widely pub-
FLAT WALL PAINT 16-FOOT ALUMINUM licized in American news media.When Fidel spoke on tele-

EXTENSION LADDER vision, and he did frequently, I witnessed an almost rapt attention -
Apply with brush in every place where TVs were available.
or roller "Cyclolac" end While our group was following out our itinerary dozens of
,.ate,, Dries in 20 minutes All surface shoes caps other groups were crisscrossing the island republic getting
firsthand to the revolution.The .
/ No unpleasant New safe, comfort- exposure
/ O odor able flat rung heaviest emphasis of the Cuban Revolution is on edu-
_.,._.. a one coat covers Spring-Lock cation and production and, after four of five years of admitted -
GNE COAT DAIPIFLATEX mistakes, the goals of the Revolution are being achieved
ahead of schedule.

INTER to SAVE From Santiago, we left by bus January 8th traveling north
329 11LindsleyV'Lumber westerly meeting Cubans along the way in towns and cities

w REC "3.07 like Puerto Boniato, Palma Soriano, Juan Baron, Countra-
$1499 maestre, Jiguani, Bayamo and Las Merc d es'in the foothills
of the Sierra Maestra mountains. There,'W transferred to a
three-axle drive Soviet made truck for the final seven or eight
miles up the Sierra Maestra mountain; atop which is locateda
school for primary teachers. It was at this location that
Ernest "Che" Guevara was headquartered during much of the
fight against the Batista regime.Currently,this self-contained
facility which produces fifteen hundred primary teacher can-
didates each year (increased to over 2,000), boasts of dor-
mitories for students and teachers, cottages for married

MIAMI-DADE STORES teachers, hospital, electrical generators,cafeteria,faun'
Lindsley-RBC dry, television and radio facilities, library, etc. .. a com-
Open Sundays till 2 P.M. plete city, in fact.Miamcm.

3505 NW 79tn:Street-Ph. 696-2810 1635 NW.28th St.-Ph. 635-4511. Stores olsolocated
N.W. 7th Ave.& 2160 S.W.27th Ave.Ph..443 7432
127th St.-Ph. 681.7471 : .
NW 14300 27th N.W Ave..27th at Ave.179thSt-Ph..-6884523 Ph.621-0544) 401 812 NE.SW.':167th 12th Ave.St.:-'"949-3537 Ph. 374 5108 in: I / Promoted In WAC .

8820 Bird Road-Ph.221-8311 HIAl PERRW.S 4i1295W.49thSt.-Ph.821-2150! . -Ph.238.5535 Key West. ((2 Stores)
Dixie Hwy.
4300 Ponce de Leon Ph 443 7461 : PRESIDIO
496 N.E. 79th St.-Ph.- 757-4571 HOMESTtAD: 632 Washington Ave._Ph.247-6813 I IslamoroJoTravernler she is the''company clerk.
CALIF--Lurene Kirkland Speclalslt Klrklandattended
5891 S. Dixie Hwy.-Ph.661-5361 660 NE.96th St.-Ph.759-2431 Fort Pierce daughter of Mr.and Mrs. Edison Senior High School in
3817 N.W. 17th Ave.-Ph.633-8218 16160 Biscayne Blvd.-Ph. 97-4711 Cocoa Earnest L. Kirkland of 2370 Miami and after her gradua-

BROWARD COUNTY STORES. Open Sundays till 2 P.M. Daytona Beach N.W. 140( Street, Miami, was tion in 1966, she enrolled in <<
FT.LAUD RDALE 219 N.W. 1st Ave. PR, 522-7411 recently promoted to Specialist the Miami Dade (to Junior
W HOLLYWOOD. 1800 N.State Road 7-Ph.989-6850 : Tampa ((5 Stores)
HOLLYWOOD 801 N.21 Ave.-Ph.922.5624 POMPANO BEACH: 142SW. IstAve.-Ph.942-0900 Largo Four In the Women's Army College. She graduated from
OAKLAND PARK(: 1099 Oakland Park Blvd.-Ph.565-6761 'FT.LAUDERDALE:800 N E.3rd Ave.-Ph. 522.2572 Corps during a promotion there in 19 68 with an Associate
FT.LAUDERDALE:2900 W. Broward Blvd- St. ceremony here.SpecialJst of Arts Degree.She .
EXPORT DIVISIONS ROOF TRUSS PLANT Petersburg Kirkland, who en- presently taking
MIAMI 14300..W.27tt A... tered the W o m at the University
MIAMI: 1535 N W.28tk St P 11.8334)103) ; -MI45S3 e 's'Army courses
Corps in May, 1968 and com- California, Berkely and hopesto
pleted her basic training at Ft. obtain her Bachelor of
NO MQNI? DWN1 McClellan. Ala. in July, 1968 Science Degree in one year.
attended the Clerical Training She plans to attend the NonCommissioned -
School at the Wac Training Officer's

BUY NOW. PAY LATER Center in Ft. McCellan, Ala. Leadership Course at Ft.Mc-
She then came to Headquarters,, Clellan, Ala., in April, 1969
Sixth US Army,and is presently and hopes to return to Ft.Mc-
assigned to Company, US Clellan to attend the Officer's
Army Garrison here, where CandidateSchool in .August.I .

22 THE MIAMI TIMES, Friday, March 14, 1969

CARD OF THANKSThe Mrs. Portia Christian Dies

I I CARDSMEMORIALS DEATHS I family of the late riage: Mrs.Gwendolyn Rogersof
HARRY L. NEWTONSR. West Palm Beach, the late

Mr. Oscar Baker, Mrs. Gay-
Wish to express to their'' nell Mitchell and Mr. Henry

MEMORIAM CARD OF THANKS IN MEMORIAMWe friends neighbors, Rev. Ed-, 4 Robinson.
ward G.Graham,Deacons J.D. After moving to Miami, she
In sad mother and loving memoryof The family of the late who love you,sadly miss i McKinnon, Robert Nelson of was united in matrimony to

my LULA MAE wYLIE you, as it dawn another year:;:; Mt< Zion Baptist Church,Rev. Mr. S. M. Christian. She wasa
who died Jan. 16, 1969, wish In our lonely hours thinking,,, James W. Hendon, and officers devoted wife and mother and
to thank the many friends and thoughts of you are ever near,, of Mt. Tabor Baptist was loved and respected by
In, .1qi. neighbors for all acts of kindnesses In loving memory of our Church, Rev. D. F. Mack and many.

shown during their dear mother, members of Central Baptist Funeral services were held '
hour of bereavement. The ---- Church, West HollywoodFla., on Wednesday, March 12 from
names are too numerous to ', and the Range Funeral home, was the House of Albert Funeral

mention soave tookthis methodto sincere appreciation for their 1 MRS. PORTIA CHRISTIAN Home, Miami, Fla. Intermentwas

Include everybody. Thanks sympathy and understanding, Mrs. Portia Christian departed held In West Palm Beach.
for the cards, telegrams, do- also for the tributes -
Y Y'f many this life March 7 1969 Her survivors include a devoted -
nations, flowers, etc. Special beautiful floral offerings, and at Christian Hopital after, a husband, three children,
IT'MRS thanks to Mt. Calvary Church, services at the time of our be short period of illness. one sister, seven grandchildren -,
Rev. S. Atchison, pastor and reavement.The .
nieces nephews and a
She was the wife of Mr.S. .
members. May God bless you It Newton, Blackshear and host of other relatives.
of 13th
M. Christian 650NW
all.She leaves to mourn: one 1<< Kershaw families St. Mrs. Christian receivedher
education in West Palm Sgf. Palmer
daughter, two grandsons,
three Beach, Fla., and,was a mem-
sisters, two brothersand IN MEMORIAM
a host of cousins and sor- MRS. MALVINA DAVIS ber of the Episcopal Church of Killed In
rowing friends. ,who departed this life March In loving memory of our that city.
SELINA SEARS 14,1960.At dear husband, ,. father and She was the mother of four VietnamArmy
who departed this life March CARD OF THANKSThe night as we l1e'wideawakeand grandfather! children by a previous mar-
8 1965. but not for-
Gone, sleep forsake our eyesour --- -- Sgt. Johnnie Lee Pal-
gotten. family of the late thoughts are ,ana lonely BAIN'SMrs. mer, 28, has been killed in
"Father ,alone,, he knows all MARY T. BLACK Vietnam.He .
place where our dear mother
about itFather who departed this life February lies. Then as the tears begin Victorial Davis, ,of was the son of Annie
alone he'll understand 21 1969 wish to express 6141 S.W. 64th Terrace South
to,fall,,we hear her softly say, .p Pearl Palmer, a widow, of
our sincere thanks for all the Miami Florida died on March
why "Don't weep my dears, for we 2140 NW 158th Street.,Bunche
Cheer up my brother, live In kindness shown to us duringour will meet again some day." 7, at home. Mrs. Davis Is Park, Opa-locka.

the sunshine, recent bereavement. We ,Lovingly remembered by: survived by 3 daughters Ver- A career soldier,St. Pal-
He'll understand it all by and especially wish to thank all James Alexander Davis, son nell, Tinnie, and Carrie,three mer was to have been home in
by. of our kind neighbors on 52nd Frances. Delevoux, Margaret; sons-In-law, 11 grandchildren Miami by May, his mother
and 53rd Streets for their two
eight greatgrandchildren, said.
Clark Evelyn Gibson daugh-
Mr. James Sears husband beautiful floral + 4M sisters. Completed funeral
arrangements, ters of Miami, Fla.; Joseph Besides his mother, Sgt.
Mrs. Hortence MIngo, dght. food and cards. Special thanks C. Davis Jr., son, New York, a arrangements: Palmer is survived by a sis-
Mrs. Helen Gorden to the Greater Miami TempleNo. !I, announced Bain's Funeral
dght. N.Y.; Albertha B. Ferguson, ;A by ter, Mary, of Miami, and a
Mr. James Ferguson, son 769, Carol City Temple daughter, Boston, Mass.; Home of Coconut Grove. brother, Benny Earl. Fune-
No. 400,Key West,Florida and Prince Farrington brother NATHANIEL GORDONwho Private Issac Stringer, of ral arrangements are incom-
CARD OF THANKSWe all our wonderful friends that Miami; Ruth Hankerson, sis- departed this life March 11530 S.W. 136 St., Richmond plete. The House of Albert is
came from West.Our flo- 7,1962. Also ourdaU&hterand
Key ter, West Palm Beach, Fla.; Heights, died Action in Viet- In charge.
the family of the late, rist from Key West, Mr. and nieces, newphews and grandchildren sisterHELEN na, will be funerallzed on Sat.
DEACON L. C. STOVALL Mrs. Anthony Welters, our C. GORDONwho March. 15, at Sweetfield RICHARDSONServices
take this method to thank our pastor from Key West, Rev departed this life March Baptist Church, Corner Plaza
many friends for their cards, Maurice Pierre and family for IN MEMORIAMIn 28, 1943. Stree, and, Marler Avenue, for Mrs. Juanita
letters, telegrams, flowers their consoling words.We also Life's dream is -Inst. all its Coconut Grove There will be Johnson who resided at 51 NW
and condolences extended to wish to express our thanks to memory of our husband, sin, its sadness; brightly at no viewing of remains.Amonghis 68th will be'J I March 12 at 3:30
us during our hour, of be- Dr. James Hogan for his kind- father,'son and brother last dawns a day of gladness. survivors are his parentMr from Greater Bethel

reavement. We would like to ness and understanding.Special -, Under thy sod, earth, receiveour and Mrs. Issac Stringer sAME'' Church. Survivors Include -

extend special thanks to Rev. thanks to Rev.J.D.Grahamof treasure, to rest in God, four brothers, Leroy, Elliot, a husband, Simon; two

Paul Freeman for his co m- Mt. Zion Baptist Church, waiting.all, bis pleasure.Mrs. . Noah, and Edmond,six sisters sons, Eugene and Gregory;one
't or ting words, Rev. D. A. and all the deacons and deaconesses Lillie, Clara, Elizabeth, Gay- daughter, Mazelle Miller of
Bradley and the members of and all the members Elcena Gordon, wife lord, Frances, Mattie and Petersburg, Fla;a mother,
Zion Hope Missionary Baptist of Grace Presbyterian Children and Grandchildren Betty and five uncles. Bain's Mrs. Kelly McGee of St.Peter-

Church and Mt. Carmel. Last Church. ,Thanks also to Rev. Funeral Home is in charge of sburg, Fla; one sister, Mrs.
but not least, we ,would like W. F. Savoy, and the Range IN MEMORIAM arrangements. Lillian Abner of Sarasota,'Fla.a .

to thank Mrs.M.Athalle Range Funeral Home for Its efficiency Henry Cain of 11530 S.W. mother-in-law Mrs. Minnie
and the staff of Range Funeral in handling all the ar- In loving memory of my 138th St., Richmond Heights I Lee Johnson;' two sisters-in-
for services rendered rangements.The wife law Mrs. Rolsa Lee Jacksonand
Home our mother and grandmother died on March 8, results of ;
Mrs. Grade Mae Bass
Family ;
accidental Injuries. Mr. Cain
. ,
The Family v'. .,;.' Is survived by his parents Mr. other relatives.
IN MEMORIAMin and Mrs. Cain of Richmond Services for Mrs. MamieL.

memory of Heights, three brothers,Paul, Higgs of 1535 NW 44th St.
IN MEMORIAM .. : Lee, and Ed., two grandmothers who died March 7th In Wash-
to loving memory of my .. Lucille and Hestelle, ington, ,D. C. will be held on

dear husband, ' CLARENCE M. LAMB four uncles, three aunts and Saturday, 1:00 p.m. from St.
tl Nfif other relatives. Funeral John Baptist Church. Survi-
who departed this life March!. 4 ser
2, 1967. vices will be held on Saturday vors include a husband, Al-

It seems like only yesterday, at 4:30 p.m. from Mt. fred; two sons Al Higgs and,
when he passed The Master Olive Baptist Church, South Harry Destry, of Washington,'
may have said, thou hast been Miami, Fla. Rev. E. Robers, DC.; one' grandson, Shyone;:
V iti Y faithful over a few things. I I officiating, B a in' s Funeral one brother-in-law, Hanzel
make you ruler over many. Home o f Coconut Grove Higgs; other relatives.

Enter thou into the Joy of the i directing. Reposing time Is
Moses Wilson of Philadelphia
after 3 -
Lord. j Friday p.m. Bain's
i Chapel. Burial In Pardise Me- pa. died March 7 at the
Cora Lamb, wife i i morial Veterans Hospital. Remains
Gardens.IN .
Clarence Jr., Bernetta and were shipped Saturday to
Linda, children MRS. IVA B. WILLIAMS Philadelphia for final rites.
L Leanner Lamb, mother whose life was terminated Services for Mrs. Rema-
Bobby and Jimmie, brothers March 13, 1955. MEMORIAM lia Poitler of 164 NW 48th St.

Roberta, Bettye Jackson and We say sleep on and take will be held Saturday 12:30:
MRS., STELLA W. NELSON Melvina Johnson, sisters you In memory of
We say sleep on and take p.m. from Temple Baptist
who departed this life March your
Richard and Harriet Adams
11, 1965. father and motber-'in-Jawand, .rest, we love you, but God Church. Survivors Include two ,
loves you best. brothers: Bishop Geroge Wal-
ROBERT JOHNSON There Is a blessed home a host of nieces and nephews
Mr. Samuel Williams and lace and Uzziah Wallace of Ann
who departed this life March Beyond this land of woe,
11, 1966. When trials never come, nor children: Abor, Mich.; four sisters,
Gone, but not forgotten Sad tears of sorrow flow, CARD OF THANKSThe Sgt. Elwood Williams, Mrs. Mrs. Julia Clark; Mrs.Eliza-

ly missed by wife: We love her, but God loves her family of the late Thelma Mitchell, Uellen beth Cartwright of Fort
Mrs. Leanna Johnson and best. EUNICE MOSS Williams, Mrs. Myrtis Lauderdale; Mrs. Maria Sim-

family Sadly missed wish to express sincere thanks Thomas, Earl Williams,lone mons, Mrs. Keziah Deveauxof

... Mrs. Stella Williams by: mother and grateful appreciation to Edwin, Maxine, Adrian, Nassau; cousin, Mrs. Ethel
the friends for their Carl and Samuel Williams Poitler, and Beatrice Poitler;
CARD OF THANKS daughters, husband, sympathetic understanding and grandchildren nieces, nephews, other rela,
four sisters, two brothers,
The family of the late other relatives and friends. and acts of kindness given tives.
JOHNNIE L. ALDERMAN during the period of their be-
who this life reavement.
departed Feb.
27th, wish to express our gratitude ' CARD OF THANKSI Special thanks to Fr.Sands, family of the late MANAMA'S
to all of our friends for take this method to express St. Veronica's Guild, Episcopal MRS. LEOLA HOLLOWAY
all acts of kindness shown during my deep and sincere Churchwomen and Guildsof who departed this life Feb.18 CvttoM Mode Attire
our hour of bereavement.Our gratitude to the many friends St. Agnes Church,the Rich- 1969, wish to express our sincere -, DEACON WALTER Sptciolizlag I. doshtki
special thanks to Range and neighbors for their kindnesses ardson Funeral Home, the various thanks for all the kind- JONES for ... aid wo..i of

Funeral Home, Ray Funeral shown me during the neighbors and the many nesses shown to us during our who departed this life March ,l dittiactioB
Home and Rev.Luther Thomasof Illness and death of my sis- friends too numerous to men- hour of bereavement. Special l2, 1968. African Jewelry Hositry

Mt.Calvary Baptist Church, ter, Mrs. Nathllee Flckens. I tion.May thanks to the Bain's Funeral In sad and loving memory of 1316/ NW 15th AVENUE
New Smyrna, Beach, Florida. pray God's choicest blessings God bless each of you Home and the neighbors and 'our loved one who is gone but
on you all and many thanks. for making our grief a little friends.. 'not forgotten. Mo .-Fri.2 7:30 p...

Daughters: MaJester Pryor Mrs. Cora Capers, sister easier to bear.' Sflt. 10 G... to 10 p...

And Teresa Bethel and Family Mr. Hela Moss and family The Rolloway Family The Family

.. .. -- '-". >.

THE MIAMI TIMES Friday, March 14, 1969 23

. DEATHSRANGE ufwtfll a'jaiut.iau


on Thursday, 4:00 p.m. at the
Tracey Zellner of 2053 All Drake Memorial Baptist

Baba Avenue, Qpa-locka, died Church with Rev. Dunn, of
March 15. Among his survi- ficiating.

vors include his parents, Mr. Cleothus McNair Jr.of Plymouth -
and Mrs. Willie James Zell-
N. died
C. March 9th Zs
ner; two brothers, grandparents as a result of a drowning accident q
and other relatives.Fun-
There are no local survivors
eral services were conductedon He will be shipped to
Monday in the chapel. Plymouth .
N. C. ata later'
Mrs. Ola Woodson of 783 date.
NW 64th St. died March 4th. ] ,
Johnnie Frazier of 765 NW
Survivors include three
83rd Terrace died March 7th.

daughters Lillie M.,Gooden Leonie and Henley Emma, He is survived by his parents rt
Mr. and Mrs. Claude Frazier; -' ulilusul b Women Plan For Action
Houston, grandchildren and two sisters
; grand-
greatgrandchildren, other re- mother a1Iuim I
Mrs. Alma Bellamy
latives. Funeral serviceswere
conducted on Tuesday, and Mr. maternal and Mrs.grand Fred parents Hagins., And Togetherness
in the chapel.
Funeral services will be held
Sharon Doster of 1713 NW The Greater Miami National very Informative as to feasible
Friday, 1:00 p.m. at Ebene-
76th Tear died March 6. She zer Methodist Church. Council of Negro Women,Inc., and meaningful ways of im-
is survived by her mother, '- ___...'" held a workshop March 1,from plenting solutions to problem
Grace; two sisters, four Mrs. G e r 9 a.m. until 12:30 p.m. at the solving the black community.Mrs. .
brothers,her grandfather, Mr. 15735 Bunche New Covenant Presbyterian SUva challenged the
Willie Allen, aunts, uncles and died on at an apartment Church on NW 12th Avenue and group,to inter action with large
other relatives. Funeral ser- tian been removed. 43rd Street. groups, small groups, and inter
vices were held on Tuesday in Fields is and stayed weeks The topic for the workshopwas action on a one plus one
the chapel. band, Edward; area This was "Plan of Action for Togetherness basis; racial and Interracialas
Sherrie Roan of 268NW llth Princetta of the rental in Our Community well, preferrably interracial -
Street died Mar c h 6th. She Mae Barber; ; of the violations. Group participation can
is survived by her mother, a sister, this clean-up: The areas for discussionwere serve as a means toward a

Ann; six sisters and brothers, a brother, good jobs for : religion, organizations, sensitivity training in a con-
grandparents and other rela- der Jr. in the clean- ,education, business, commu- comitant way. Through sensitivity
tives. Funeral services were be held on get them back: in nication, housing.These areas group sessions at the
held on Tuesday in the chapel. at the First were discussed from the question CRB level it has been dis-
PIC PIC PIC Bunche Park of '"What Can I Do." covered that one's feelings

Mrs. Betty Jean Lawrence, officiating. Alumni Mr. Robert Simms, executive really lie in the area of the
899 NW 3rd Avenue died March pose director of the Community stomach rather than other,
7th. Mrs. Lawrence is survi- 8:30: a.m. in, Relations Board, Mr. Isaac A. parts of the body. "Once
ved by her husband, Samuel; Withers, deputy director, and groups have met in these cathartic ,
a daughter, Loletha Bradley; Mrs. Jane Mrs. Essie SUva,Inter-Group sessions on the eye
her parents, Mr. and Mrs. NW 73rd them in the busi- Relations officer, participatedin to eye level a better under
Henry Fortson;three brothers Survivors the workshop as consultants standing usually develop."

Edgar, James and Henry, Jr.; Mrs. Viola (class of Mr. Simms said, "This
one uncle and three aunts.She grandchildren ) purchasing agent Mr. Slmms discussed the workshop will be followed by
was hipped on Wednesday to latives. now director of purpose, objectives, and program others of Its kind."
Haines City, Fla. for final be held on : Tennessee State implentation of the CRB Other groups such as the
rites. in the chapel. in Nashville be- and how they are interrelatedwith Dade County Classroom

Gwyneta R. King of 2118 NW President the overall topic for the Teachers Association, Mrs.
47th St. died March 7th at her Mrs. he donated workshop--"Togetherness In Janet Dean, president, and
residence. She is survived by NW Survivors 56th St. of landscape Our Commununity." leaders like Dr. Jeff West,

her parents, Mr. and Mrs. Eddie FAMU for the Mr. Withers and Mrs.Silva superintendent of the North
Samuel A. King, Jr.; two bro- ; a son ; of the campus gave further enlightment on Central District,are interest
thers; grand parents, aunts daughter, ; the topics presented by Mr. ed In helping with this project.
and uncles. Funeral services parents,.Mr. other. Associate Slmms. '
were held on Wednesday in Dogan; four may join Group sessions were very Mrs. Elizabeth Espy Curtis,
the chapel. Dog an, less than brief because the discussion workshop chairman; Mrs.
Opeline Eckford of 2240NW William ; : Centurion in a general group seemed to Eunice Liberty,project chair-
87th St. died March 9th. She Margaret Charter Asso. have been more advantageousfor man; Mrs. Vady Morse, co-
is survived by her mother and Brenda Sustaining Asso- each individual as the chairman and Mrs. Cornelia
Frances a sister Colestine, ments at this Loyalty Asso- members of the CRB were,Glenn, council president.
; ; plete.
grand parents, Mr. and Mrs.
contributions will
Fred Reed; four uncles and William
four aunts. Funeral serviceswere NW 67th St. Foundation
held on Wednesday in the Survivors goal of$250- c'
chapel. three Goerge W. CallCHARLES
2368801'.v Alumni Sec-
Edgar Bernard Clements of latives. '
that "
801 NW 83rd Street died March be held 5,000alumnito press- :
7th. his survivors
Among are 'the chapel.
and join us in one .
his parents, Mr. and Mrs. categories. 47 ROGERS
Charles Rozier; three brothers Jerry
; a sister; and grand- B a lies AT PL 1-7502
mothers, Mrs. Mattie Red- There are no
mon and Mrs. Evelyn Rozier. Graveside : FOR A GOOD BUY ON A

Funeral services will be held on Thursday. 758. SS1 PIANO, ORGAN, SCOTT


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Where service begins and never Phone 757.7502 Broward: JA 2.5131
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300 N.W. 54th ,ST.
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24 THE MIAMI TIMES Friday, March 14, 1969
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,;:,i\ .t, . f i, Baptists launch Drive For Motional;' Unity |! I

Speaking from the theme, Negroes both as citizens of tion in this hour of crisis.We ing to bear a cross instead of

"God Save America," Dr. J. 'this nation, and as believersin must be aware of those who seeking a crown. The prin-
H. Jackson reminded the au- the Christian religion are would reduce the religion of ciples of the eighth century
dience that this great countryis now mature enough to take on Jesus Christ to the level of prophets are in reach of both

,no, longer secured by:geographical . their share of responsibility economic\ expediency and cultural Jews. and Gentiles of the pre-
position, 'economic for helping to save the soul of accommodation. Lead-. sent century, and the Ideals Of
better to in the church must Jesus Christ can be practicedand
wealth, modern technology, America; for "it is ers Negro
or :improved armaments of 'live in, an imperfect America: let their people know"and let His redemptive life imparted -
'destruction. The very life of with the freedom'to work for- know,'mat our to all 'men in' spite of

the nation is now. threatened Its improvement and fulfillment loyalty to Jesus Christ.does 'the'color of their skin or the

itt Inn Jn fflljurrlfJEHOVAH'S 'juitbag : from within by' mal-content, than to be a helpless not stem from the artist's con texture ,of their. hair. White

divisions- .hatred,. fear ,and slave in a so-called perfect ception of a mm ,with blue racism cannot save America,'

strife, and these are enough, totalitarian state, without the.,eyes, long hair, and pale skin. and black racism is not. the'
'WITNESS CHRISTIAN to destroy this nation withoutthe freedom to even question.its We have,been drawn to him because answer to .the .nation's prob-
FELLOWSHIPRev. attack of one foreign sol- policies or to change its evil of the inner quality of lems. Racism in all forms
"Mankind will have, increasing practices.The life that he possesses,and because must now give place to the rea-
difficulty inattainingan P. S. Brown, pastor dier.The salvation, of Americacan quest for civil rights is of the quality of character son of Justice and the righteousness -,

orderly and lawful society,* M. L. Nixon, pastor only be assured by an increase a noble quest, but as citizensand that results when men accept of Christ.We .
said Clinton Norwood, presi- The B.T.U., under ,the direction in moral strength and as Christians we must now and follow him. We are are at this time, with

ding minister of Northwest of Sister M. G. Scott, by a dedication to the nation's go beyond that quest to a deter' not in quest of the statue of a dedication,to Christ and faithin

Congregation of Jehovah's is sponsoring a Tom Thumb Ideals of freedom, and to the mined search and practice of man, be that statue black or God, a b 1 e to be united to
Witnesses. Clinton Norwood Wedding and Fashion Show on Judeo-Christian concept of those principles that will help white, when we seek greater make a better world in whichto
Informed congregational family Sunday, March 16th at 4 p.m. and to and live and to
human life and fellowship.All save the nation help moral insights greater help bring peaceto
group the topic of Law and You are cordially invited to citizens must be con- build a stronger fellowship mastery over the passions of this troubled nation and a

Order will receive in depth attend. All members are urgedby cerned today about saving the between all the citizens of this better understanding betweenall
the pastor to support this life.We
study at the Witnesses' semi- ideals of Justice, freedom, great country. Our pledge to are in quest of the prin- races.
annual circuit convention this effort. and equality and love of neigh national unity reflects what ciples of brotherhood, free-
March 23 Musical
Sunday a
weekend at Ft. Lauderdale's bor, and respect for religionthat Negroes as well as other races dome of soul, and a dedicationto HarrisIn
Tea will be held at the homeof Bishop
Dlllard High School."Contributing made this nation great. can and ought to do for the na- truth that makes a man will-
Brother and Sister Thomas
to disrespectof RevivalBishop
Blue from 4 to 6 p.m.The pub '
law and authority has been
lic is invited. All choir and
the acceptance of moral codesIn James HarrisD.D.,
and ushers' board membersare
opposition to sound Biblical renowned gospel evangelistand
expected to be present and
counsel and law," added theminister. internationally famed
.. "The< end can' not, on time.Caataias'. :preacher,-,will be ina farewell
always Justify tha means when;." for tIiypmen'' s tfr- soul: asked
the means are in,opposition program: are: to ." .'arks Church '(If God BY''Faith
the ChriStian's true' role In 'please contact,your membersimmediately. .:at 6300 NW 18th Avenue-,'
Those who do JL;
human society." ,Concluding : ....... r ; 'the Elder c;Johnson is minis,
not have their, list contact the -
\ ter.
Norward cautioned "Anarchy 1AfI''f .
is. no one's friend." chairman, Sister. Billy'Way _The.evangelist: will begin a

According Norwood,, the. Our sincere sympathy to : 4 '42-week revival tour'of the'
Sis. Carrie White in the loss r
convention feature will be the eastern and western states
of her husband. visit and
public address Sunday, March. :which will take him to New''
for the sick and less for
16, at. 3:00, p.m.,"Law,and pray :York, Philadelphia,:Washington -.:
Order, When and How?" by D., C., Baltimore, 'Md.,

James A.. Thompson, south- Wisconsin,Chicago,Cillo,Ken.- ,
eastern district supervisor JORDAN GROVERev. tucky.. The public is cordially

During the past 15 years, Douglas Cook, pastor invited to hear this evangelist,
Thompson's duties have en- Eddie Gilbert, reporter a native of New York who now

tailed caring for circuit con- On this Saturday night, Sis. resides in Miami.
vention in upwards of 14 south Bernice Jennings and Sis. Bishop Harris has Just returned -

ern states and serving as a Leacy B. Williams will appear c from a very successful
delegate to a series of South ina'solo contest at Jordan A a. tai ten nights of services inJack-

American conventions in 1966 Grove at 8 p.m. The public is .' sonville. By popular demand,
and 1967. Invited to come out and wit- he has been asked to return fora

The convention is expectedto ness this contest.' -1L t 30-night ten soul campaignin
draw over 2,000 Jehovah's Thw Junior Uhsers' Board I (W' .' ,Gk' the fall of this year. '

Witnesses and interested per-, will sell dinners on Saturday, The revival here will beginon

sons from southeastern Flori- all day:at the home of Bro;and 'The Deaconess Board' of, Christian, Fellowship Baptist Church 'celebrated Sunday, March 16th thru,
da communities. Sis.. Isreal Smith 2190 NW *' March 21st at 8 ;
Its First p.m. nightly.,
-73rd,,would like: 'Anniversary on Sunday February 16th., Members of' the Board

SCIENCE your'dinner delivered,' call are.seated from left;to right: Sis. Helen Moon, ,Sis.. Mamie Culver, Sis. Maria GREATERNEW

CHRISTIAN '696-5424. Sis Joan McLeod is. Shines,,Sis. Estelle Delancy, Sis. Eva Hanna, Sis. Exi e, Lovette. mbers

Many college students want president.All standing are: Sis. Lillian Lasyer, Sis. Alyce Washington, Sis. Alveta Anderson BETHELRev.
to the world dramati- members of the Trustee and W. K. Smith, pastor
change Chai Sis. C !Ilier.
rman Sally Members shown
not are Sis. leola
Board are asked to meet at the Alice S. Irving, reporter
cally lifting by dissolving limitations.injusticeand But church Saturday at 5 p.m. Smith, Sis. Elizabeth Smith and Sis. Lue Willa Sharpe. Rev. P. S. Brown is Ushers' Board No. 2 invites -

must society first be torn The Junior Ushers' Board pastor. you to a sale at the home
will celebrate its first anniversary of Brother Joe Cook, 1950 Ser
apart? Christ Jesus was a radical -
who healed multitudesand ,on Sunday at 3 p.m. NEW PROVIDENCE TEMPLE BAPTIST SPIRITUAL TEA vice Road Saturday night.
All members friends and well You are Invited to Ushers'
lives but he builton ,
changed Rev. C. J. Burney, pastor
the good already existing. wishers are asked to please Arsula Edwards, reporterOur Funeral services for the The public is cordially invited Board No. 3's annual Tea, on

Listen Sunday at 1:45 p.m. come out and help the-usherson pastor will preach in late Mrs.Remelda Poltier will to a Spirtual Tea, Fri- Saturday night, March 15th, in

over radio station this occasion. the Pastor's Aid Union at First be held Saturday, 12:30: p.m. day, March 21, at 8:00 the church's dining room.Rev.
"Achieving .Something The Mothers Board ,will Baptist Church, Bunche park, at Temple Baptist Church. A the home of Mr. and Mrs. Allen Weaver will be the guest

Meaningful at College." meet every third Friday night Rev. W. J. Macon, pastor, on pioneer of this city, Mrs. John Tolbert, 7030 N.W. 12 speaker.
"Will God indeed dwell on and all mothers and all who Sunday, March 16th at 3 p.m. Poitier had been a loyal and Avenue Baptism services will be
earth? Behold, the heaven and would like to become mem- Our 9th Annual Women's faithful member of Temple for ,-This tea Is being given to held on the fourth Sunday night

heaven of heavens cannot contain bers of this organization are Day will be held the fourth many years. The body will lie raise money for Scott Senior after service. All candidatesare

thee; how much less this asked to please be present. Sunday In March(March 23rd). in repose at the church Friday Center Membership Associa- asked to please be pres-
house that IhavebuildedThisverse Mother Louella Williams is Mrs. Christine Wright is night from 9 o'clock until funeral tion. Members are especially ent and on time.

from 1 Kings is part of president.Let chairman and Mrs.Idella Wil- time. urged to be present and the Ushers' Board No. 2 will be
a Bible Lesson-Sermon titled us not forget Prayer liams co-chairman. Everyone The Trustee Board, T. public is invited also. In charge of the Sunday School

"Substance" to be read in all Meeting every Tuesday at 7:30 is Invited to help make this Bonivy, chairman, will spon- Auxiliary class Sunday.

Christian Science churches. p.m., Sunday School at 9:30: day a successful one, as wellas sor a variety program Sundayat (MEMORIAL BAPTIST Prayer services are held
Fifth Church of Christ a.m. and B.T.U. at 5:30 p.m. 3 p.m. Friends are invited. every Tuesday at 8 p.m.
a joyful one. Two great Rev. L C.. Micklns, pastor
Members are reminded that Invited to tea
You are a on
1600 NW 54th Street wel-
speakers have been chosen for Lucille Beckett
registration is still in order. reporterThe March 16th given by the Wo-
comes all.Come,worship with DRAKrMEMORIAL this day. Plan now to attend. doors of the church are
If you have not done so, don't men Day Souvenir committee.
us today. Rev. J. W. Dunn, pastor Consecration held hour of prayeris wait until it is too late. Do it opened and all roads lead to Place: 3475 NW 205th Street.
Mrs. N. T. Green each Sunday at 5 a.m. Memorial Temple Baptist
now. Sister Elmira Reid will be the
'ST. MARY'SRev. Bible class and prayer Church temporarily locatedat
Willing Workers thank ,
Remember? Sunday is guest speaker.
H. V. Stuart, mhlisterAU Rev. Rogers of Mt.Olive Bap- meeting each Tuesday evening -. Florida Memorial The 4116 NW 167th St. You are
members and friendsare at 7:30. You are invited to cordially Invited to
tist for his soul stirring and Male Chorus will sing for the worshipwith
.... invited to worship at St. gospel filled message. The attend. morning and evening services. us.The THANKFUL BAPTIST
Mary's to help celebrate our president, Deacon Hardee Continue to pray for those pastor expresses ap- Rev. C. T. Ramsey, pastor
pastor's 7th anniversary, be- thanks his officers for being who are sick, shut-ins and the -. preciation to Mrs. And e 11 Edna Troutman, reporterWe
ginning with Sunday School at present at the installation ser bereaved. Visitors are always GREATER BETHELThe Mickins for the organizationof are asking all childrento

9:30 a.m. throughout the re- vice. Many thanks to the Drake welcome. the Sunday School, Mrs. come out to Easter rehearsal -
gular worship services. mortalities, Mrs.B.J.Mob- youth cordially invite Laura Brown and Miss JoanE. on Tuesday at 5 p.m.

This is also Tithes Day., ley, and Mrs.Diane Pierce for ,ST. MATTHEWSRev. you to attend their first Wo- Storr for organizing choir On Saturday beginning at 12
Choir No. 2 will sing all day the beautiful musical selec- men's Day program, 3 p.m. No. 1. All members are askedto noon, there will be a seafood
and Ushers' Board No. 1 will tions. Randall,pastor on March 23.Greater Bethel attend the weekly activitieson and chicken dinner sale at the
serve at 11 a.m. and Ushers' Please circle your calendar\ The Junior Choir and AME, 245 NW 8th St. Wednesday night at 7. Sun- home of Sister Rosemary

Board No. 2 will serve at 6 for Sunday, March 23rd. Our Ushers' Board celebrated There will be an outstand-, day school teachers meeting, Thomas, 16421 NW 18th Ave.,
third annual Men's Day will their anniversary on lastSun- ing program presented with 8:00, and choir No. 1 rehearsal Opa-locka.

p.m.Our sick and shut-ins remain be held on that date.All mem- day.A youth participating from vari- please continue to make Wednesday night at 8:00,
the same. Let us con- bers, please see Brother musical program will be ous churches. our church your choice of wor prayer service.We .
tinue to pray for them and Rains and take care of your held on Sunday, March 23rdat Please come out and make ship.Pray are asking all membersto
visit them. Visitors are always obligations for Men's Day. 3 p.m. this event a success. Miss that the love of Christ please support our drive
' welcome at St. Mary's, Please visit and pray for Pray for the sick and shut- Dawn Young and Mrs: Willie shall be present and shall be which will climax the fourth

toe friendly church. the sick and shut-ins. ins. Powell publicity committee., evident in your life today. Sunday night In AprU.


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Meeting To Feature MissionaryAs HEW MACEDONIA ST. PAUL MT. TABOR .

an ordained woman missionary American .Seminary ,In ,sSan Rev.i Roacoe'lackson'pastorWillie* ; Rev..r. C. Kelley, Jr., pastor Rev. J. W. Hendon, pastor
who has specialized ; Alzellna' J. .Rev. D.'A. Bradley pastor
Jose. Then she was literary Mary M. Amos, reporter pinkney, ,
in evangelistic and literary advisor for,Alfalit in Bolivia, J. Beard, reporter The pastor is asking thatas publicity chairmanThe Sis. Louise McGriff, reporter
work in five Latin American Peru and Columbia. "Come, let us reason together many members officers all women of Mt.-Tabor There will be a car wash on

countries, Miss Eulalia Cook The Rev. Miss Cook will ,brethren, because success senior choirs and, ushers, to are working diligently to plana Saturday, at the home of Bro.

will be the featured speakerfor speak at 11:45 a.m. on March lies at labor's gate." come and go with him to Great most unique program in the and Sis. Cummings, 9010 NW
the first annual meeting 22 on the program which be- This Is the theme of the 5th er Ward Chapel A. M. E. celebration of their annual 16th Avenue beginning at 9:00
Saturday, March 22 of the annual Men's Day of Greater Women's Day o'clock. Washing will be$1.50and
gins at 10:30 Mt.Plea- Church in Hallandale, Floridain terminating on
South Florida District Wo- sant United Methodist Church New Macedonia beginning on an after service March 23. The theme for this waxing,will be 750.Thisis
men's Society of Christian, 2010 Lincoln Avenue, Cpa Friday night before the fourth Sunday ,night March 16 at 8 year's program is: "Orbiting in behalf of Dea. Idus Sher-
Service of the United Methodist locka? Sunday in March and conclud- p.m. Rev. L. H. Holland is the the Great Society with' Chris field for Men's Day.
Church. .e ing on the fourth Sunday after- tian Women." 'The On Friday nfcht.' then win
The representatives of 300 pastor 'general
The Rev. Miss Cook spent members of 20 Women's Societies ., noon.A Stewardess Board No.2 will chairman is Sister*Willie be an east and west program,
17 years In adult education and from Key West toDay- Pre-Men's Day program observe their 27th anniver- Cooper aid'Sister ClarethaB given by the No. 1 Choir. You
church development in rural will be held on Friday night, Cook is the are invited to come out.
tona Beach will also hear Mrs.S. sary on Sunday,.March, 16th at co-chairman.
before March 21 at 8 p.m. with Rev. The On Monday night after the
Cuba teaching three
.' D. Bankston, Florida Con- 3 p.m. Rev. Albury, pastor of morning speaker will
years in the Union Seminary in ference treasurer (formerC. Re mood Baker, pastor of Mt. Sinai Baptist Church will be Mrs. Marie S. Carl, exe- third Sunday, there'wUl be a

Matanzas. After the Commu- J.), who recently ,visitedthe Friendship M. B. Church, deliver the message.They are cutive director of the Economic ,St. Patrick's Sip, given by the
nist revolution, she went to HolyLandfromSt.Peters- Dundee, Florida in charge asking for the full cooperationfrom Opportunity No, 1 Ushers' Board at 1540

Costa Rica to teach in the Latin burg. along with both choirs and bothushers' all boards. and clubs. For the evening worship, avery NW 46th Street at' 8 p.m. Wes
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boards and the entire are noted for our Irlshstew.
The chairman for Men's Day interesting program ha
congregation of our church. You and yours ,are invited
and Women's Day are asking planned,at which time the
Baptist StateConvention MT. ZION AME On Sunday morning at 11, for your full support in their crowning of Mrs. Mt. Tabor 'be Deacon the William Gipson will
Rev. I. H. Readon, pastor of first and Joint effort to take will be an important feature.. guest speaker, come
In 15250'NW 22nd Avenue Williams Chapel Freewill place on the 22nd of March at The women are soliciting and hear him at the Sip.
'Rev. J, B. Garmon, pastor the Pray for the sick and shut-
Baptist Church, Homestead, the home of Miss DeloresHagins cooperation of the general
"Pensacola/ The, men of, Mt. Zion AME and Jordan Chapel F. W. Bap at 8 p.m. For your ticketssee ,public to make this effort a ins and those who have lost, .
will observe their annual tist Church tremendous Qf their loved ones.Pray
Coconut Miss success.
At a recent executive Grove, Hagins or Rev.Turn-
Men's Day program on Sun- will be the speaker with the er., Dinners'are being sold at also for the boys in Vietnam. meeting Dayspring in Jacksonville, Baptist, Fla., day, March 16, beginning at Male Chorus,of Antioch M. B. All members'of the J. 'B. the church each'Saturday'1ntbe Visitors are always welcome.
9:30 a.m. with the men In Church : interest of the Women'sDay ,
Church of which the Rev. C. Liberty City and the Epperson Board are asked to ,
charge of Sunday School.At Male Ushers from Antioch, be present at their regular drive. Call 691-8732 and
Weaner is pastor Dr.'SusieC.
Holley presided., The 11:00 Rev S., M. Sal- Brownsville,"will be charge, meeting, Sunday Marcb. 16th-'-, place your: ,order" NEW'BETHEL .

voted to continue the ser-women mon, pastor of Salter's of the services.On at, 4 p.m. This is a very im- Rev. Ernest Williams, pastor

vice of 'I the bus to transport Chapel Chorus A.M.E.of Brownsville and the Male Sunday" afternoon at 3, portant meeting: Please come.. GRACE Alice Harris,reporterThe
delegates and friends wish- Rev. James E. Jenkins pas- The M. J* Fayson Club will Ways and Means Committee -
will worship with Rev. W, F
us. Savoy pastor '
tor of meet,Sunday, March 16th Im:: is having an all day sale
ing to attend the convention. Friendship M. B.
At 3 This
p.m. Rev. S. A. Cou- Sunday evening at 7:00, at the church
after the on
morning, Sunday in be
Church will be the
It was the unanimous decisionof sin, presiding elder of the Mi- speaker we will have7a community half of the
the Board that Miss with the Male Chorus of Greater service. contest between our
Marie -
ami District and the Male forum, in which we are makinga pastor and
White and Dr. Irene New Bethel M. B. Church Remember our sick and Rev. Stuart of St.
Pratt con- Chorus of St. Paul A.M.E. special effort to let our' '
tinue as chairman Opa-locka and the Male Ush- shut-ins and pray for their Mary's W. 'M. Church.
and cochairman Church, Miami, will render neighborhood block clubs and
recovery. Also let us offer On Sunday evening our
of transportation. service worship.At ers from Friendship M. B. our interested citizens know about' congregation -
Church will be in prayer for our members during -' will render serviceat
Miss White charge of
,now announces this
6:30 p.m. the speaker of important event. The
their hours of bereave New Mt. Zion Florida
that the fare will be $30.00 the evening- will be Mr.- Her--- services. ment. theme for the evening will be: In behalf of Its pastor's, anniversary City,

for the trip to and from; and bert L. Day, a native Floridian There will be no evening ___ ,.. Mental Health. We will show,, the Rev H W Mnce-
reservations should be made A Korean War veteran services! GREATERBETHLEHEM a movie. "Keenirul Un With- the We are asking 'the 'cathedral

now as they are being made with the rank of Sgt. and Asst. A cordial invitation is extended Joneses," which teaches how choir and Ushers' Board No.

from as far as West Palm Principal of Curriculum at to each and everyoneto Rev. C. H. ,Smith, pastor 'a very tast pace of living can 1 & 2 to serve.
Beach, Fla. The bus will leave Alia tah high school. lead to physical and mental We
come out and help us cele- Mary Hopkins, reporter extend our condolences
Miami on April 7th and will Plan to spend this Sunday brate this most memorable Bethlehem's visiting minis- Illness. We will have as our to the family of Sister Rebecca

pick up along the route. You here with us. The theme is: occasion. ters and events for the com- resource leader, Dr. Louis Burrows in the homegoing of
may telephone: Miss Marie "Christian Fellowship." ing weeks:' Graubard, of the Florida State ,their cousin.,
White, chairman at 6964748or Mr. Lastra Brown is chair- Deacon V. Bovan is general March 12 The ordination Mental Hospital in Hollywood. Pray for the sick and shut-

Dr. Irene Pratt, 635-7659. man, Mr. Walter Lane, co- chairman, Bro. R. Davis is I service, for Rev. Donnie L. Kindly come out and share in ins. Brother Harcord Johnson

chairman and Mr. Clarence co-chairman, Bro. W. Beard i J Hlckman. this informative program.Congratulations Is at Cedars of Lebanon hospital

Turner assistant to*,,is secretary and reporter and March 14-16 Deacons and ,J to the adult Room 321; Sis. Frances
ANTIOCHRev. chairman. Rev R, Jackson is pastor.'rne ]Deaconesses anniversary. choir for the enjoyable musical Woodside and Bro;ears and,

P. W. Wiggins, pastor: March 15. Dinner sale at 1 program of last Sunday; Sis. Sarah aaat, home.

Dinettie Cobb, reporterThe Sucess Predicted ForBethel's the church,sponsored by Choir evening. The program was
No. 2 Ushers' Board No. 1. made successful especially
will sponsor a "Pretty Cup Women's Day 16 of through the leadership of Mrs. MT. SINAI
March Rev. Sample
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Tea" March 29 at 8 L Ursual Higgs director Rev. Cleo
on p.m. ia a special report made to general attitude, reports Mt. Aaron will render service ; Mrs. Albury, Jr., pastorB.
at the home of Mr. and Mrs. the general Women's Day Mrs. Francis, comes Sunday night, sponsored by Louise Faniel, president; and ., Boney, 'reporter
James Simmons, 4222 NW 11th committee of Greater Bethel from the very satisfied outlook Choir No. 1. Mr. Harold Higgs, Master of Sunday, March 16,at 3 p.m.,

Court. Everyone is invited. A.M.E. Church, 245 NW 8th that is held by Mrs. Ruth Hy- March 18 A Bible quiz Ceremonies. the Mt. Sinai Baptist Church

The baby contest will ter- St., Mrs. Susie W. Francis, smith, general chairman and and waistline rally,sponsoredby -'- will render services at St.

minate on March 31 at 3 p.m. publicity chairman, indicatedthat her two co-chairmen, Mrs. the Young Women's Auxi- ZION HOPERev. Paul A.M.E, Church, 1892 NW

All auxiliaries are asked to a big success Is assuredfor Iona Bucholtz and Mrs. Lillian liary. Paul Freeman, pastor 51st St. Our most emminent

keep up the good work. the day. She was Judgingby Stewart. March 19 Rev. Otis Williams Bessie Williams, reporter pastor Is expected to delivera

Choir No. 1 ,will sponsor a the splendid activity of the They emphasized that all and his congregationwill Rev. Roscoe Jackson and soul-awakening message.,

series of programs beginningwith many captains and especiallythe of the women's church clubs, render service, spun congregation will be here on this Everyone Is invited to Join in

a musical program onThnrsdav following committee social and fraternal clubs are sored by the Jr. Choir. Thursday, March 13th In behalf Christian fellowship.
March 14th at 8 chairmen: Mrs. Sylvester W. cordially invited and will be March ThePastor's of Choir No. l's anniver- Members: Have you begunto

p.m. and closing with a St. Adams working with patrons; recognized during their atten- Aide Club's anniversary at 3 sary. The public is cordially make your sacrificial of-
Patrick's Day tea, March 16, Mrs. Mercedes Curry with the dance. p.m. The pastor is asking the invited. Immediately after fering for the Lenten season?

at 3 p.m. Special guest will be Jr. Church; Mrs. Melzie Elliott All signs say"Go" and the entire church toac co mpa ny service Thursday night, the If not, the BTU urges that

the C Lord C's.All are Invitedto with the Sunday School and women are urged to go to him to Bethel baptist Church, king and queen contest. will you do so today.
come out and have a good Mrs. Mary Colden who heads Greater Bethel on Sunday, Rev. Wilson is pastor, at 7:00 be, held. pastor admonishes all

time. the finance. March 23, all day.BETHANY The pastor is asking the entire ' .of the laymen of the church to
p.m.Our attend
The Junior Church will heartfelt sympathy to church to accompany him the training session

sponsor an Easter Fashion Sis. Ida HowardandSis.Y Friday night to St. Mary Rev ,Brotherhood meeting Thursday
show on Monday night, April EBENEZERRev. Phillips in the lost of their Tanner is pastor. You are to March 13th at 7 p.m.

7. Aaron Hall, Sr., pastor S.D.A. aunt in Jacksonville, Florida. meet there at 7:30.: If you don't Fellowship club will meet'
Junior Church meetings will V Tnirra m. rennrtar- Pray for the sick and shut-Ins.'have transportation, meet at ;Friday. March - -

be held every Saturday at 4 emsi.Ma 16th, our Rev. R. L. Woodfork, pastor the church at 7:00. the annex.
p.m. All youth are asked to church Joins with 30 other denominations Evelyn Tynes, reporterLast NEW MT. MORIAH Sister Sarah Armstrong Is "Count To'our sick and shut-ins:

participate.The In observing the Sabbath was visitors Rev. A. L. Shipp,pastorSis. sponsoring a program on Mon- them one your blessings" name
Youth Choir will spon- One Great Hour of Sharing. day at Bethany, and we were Evelyn Souter, reporterThe day, March 17th.This programis one.
sor a musical program March Envelopes will be provided for vary happy indeed to have so pastor is asking the In behalf of Choir No. l's

23, at 3 p.m. a special offering funds for many visitors worship with us. church to accompany him on anniversary. CHRIST EPISCOPALCanon

Let us remember to prayforthe overseas relief, crusade The Young People's Spring March 17th at St Luke Bap- Saturday, March 15th, Sis.
sick and shut-ins and the scholarships, emergency Week of Prayer will begin on tist Church, Rev., P. W, Wil- Brown and Sis. Ferguson are 'T. R. Gibson, rector
men on the battlefields every- church extension projects and Sabbath,March 15th thru 22nd. liams, pastor at 8 p.m. sponsoring a waistline party Antoinette Silva, reporterThe

where. to provide a ministry to ser- Elder G. H. Taylor of Berea The Junior Choir will spon- at the home of Sis.Brown, 1425 spring meeting of theDeanery

vicemen in the,Far East. Your Trinity Church will present sor an after service program NW 60th St. #16. The public is for the Episcopal
FIRST BAPTISTOF contributions will serve as a Inspiring messages each nightof this Sunday night. Please give Invited. Churchwomen will be held on

BROWNSVILLE way of reaching those who feel the week.A them your support. Friday, March 14, at Holy

Rev. W.M. Davis, pastor alone. musical sipat Uni9nS.D.A The; Deaconess and Steward MILLROCK M.B. Cross istration Episcopal Is at Church. Reg-

Donella Turner, reporter The public is invited to attend Academy has been planned for esss Union want to thank each ,Rev. Andrew Jackson, pastor lunch is $1.25 Those 9:30 a.m. and

Sunday, March 16th, all the Pre-St. Patrick's Day your enjoyment on Sunday, one who attended their meet- Sis 0. Ferguson,reporter who will be persons
Ushers' Boards will celebrate Frappe Sip, Sunday, March 16, March 23rd at 3 p.m. Several ing last Sunday evening. 'We were glad to have our Kate attending are: Mrs.
their anniversaries. The Rev. 3:30 p.m. at the church. This Church choirs and musical The No. 2 Choir will begin sick members back to wor- Mrs.Dean.Viola Mrs. Lola Walker.

W. E., Simms and congregation is an annual affair sponsoredby groups will appear on the pro their anniversary 'on March ship with us last Sunday. lon Anderson EvansMrs.sweet Mrs
church. the Sr. Ushers' Board No. gram. 21st with a musical programand Maggie
will be the guest The pastor is urging all'Cash and
The public is invited. 1. Each year the members look We Invite all of our friendsto climax March 23rd at 3 members attend their week- Miss Marie Cash

March 19th, our pastor will forward to this day. Each be with us at this time.The p.m. with Rev. S. Atchison, ly meetings. ed Confirmation classes start-
begin celebrating his seventh board member puts forth all program will benefit Bethany pastor of New Mt. Calvary, Ushers' Board No. 1 will on Sunday. Anyone Interested -
efforts in making this day a Church's choir. delivering the message and please contact the
anniversary. We are lookingfor have a barbeque sale on Sat- church at
our visiting friends to Joinin success. A queen and king will "No Greater Love", an St. Matthews Freewill Choir urday starting at 12 noon and each 443-6349. Please,
with us.Members. be crowned. Easter cantata by John W. No. 2 will render the song ser- will last until? ft will be held least person try and presentat

don't forget the On Tuesday night, the Bart- Peterson will be presented by vices. The public Is invited at the home of Sister C. Harris one person.
weekly activities, also let us ley Circle will be in charge of Bethany Church choir on Palm to these programs. Please at 1521 NW 59th Street. Get well wishes are extended =

not forget our sick and shut- class meeting. Let us not for-' ,:Sunday, March 30th at the pray for world peace.Visitorsare Let's not forget to pray for to Mrs. Lola Walker, Mrs.
ins. I get the sick and shut-ins. I church, 2501 NW 50th Street. always welcome. the sick and shut-ins. Sturrup.Bethel and Mr. WilliamS.

26 THE MIAMI TIMES, Friday, March 14, 1969
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: 'i'W"'" F 'fJi,,,: .;.ill- ',\\ . ... ..,1..; ?>,: JI HOUSE OF 7 SEAS may be boys and girls or EMPLOYMENTRestaurant

Rev. Allen Williams and his "Friends" the singing group he's organized BOUTIQUEAfro.Asian Fashions adults.. Make, spending Hotel
I call Mrs.
Write Factory
at West Dunbar Elementary School where teaches 4th Grade (in odd- J.w.lry, PerfumesArts money. or
Crafts Davis, 6530 NW 15th Ave., .534 N,.MIAMI AVENUE

Rev. James Nelson, pastor W. E. Sims, pastor T. Toles, pastor DRESS SHOPS

The third Sunday morning, Loraine Fuller, reporter Luella Robinson, reporter PATRICIA'S, INC.
There will be a musical 5843 NW 17th Avenue WHO ADVERTISE IN THE
the pastor is asking the entire Thursday night at 8 p.m.our 696.3515 ,MERCHANTS

church to accompany him to regular prayer meeting and program Friday night, March MIAMI TIMES ARE TELLING YOU THEY
Pahokee to render services; Bible class will be held. All 14th at 8 p.m.. sponsored by LORY'S FASHION SHOPS
the Junior Choir mem- 6112 NW 7th Avenue
for the Rev. Bouey and con are welcome.
Martin W. Smith
gregation, in behalf of Women's Friday night, March 14th at ber is asked to be present. THEY ARE COURTEOUS, DEPENDABLE.

Day. 8 p.m. the Deaconesses and Saturday, March 15th at 8 PLEASE PATRONIZE THEMI

On the following Thursday; the Deacons Board combined p.m. there will be four outstanding

night, the church will render, will begin celebrating their preachers of this city

services for Rev. J.Toles and anniversary with a musical here to preach for us: Rev. WE'VE MOVED!!!

congregation of Berea Baptist. program of all the choirs of Hickman, Rev. Drain, Rev.

The pastor is asking the membership our church. Everyone is in- Rollins. This program is Magic City'& Harlem Cabs
sponsored by Sis. Toles in behalf
at large to accompany; vited.
Operating the Citgo Service Station
him there. Sunday, March 16th at 11 of the Deacons and Deaconess

We would like to thank the a.m., the Deaconesses and the Anniversary which will .NEW 1501 NW 62 St.
various churches and their Deacons Board will terminate be held on the fourth Sunday in LOCATION

pastors for the way they responded their anniversary celebrationwith March.
for all who Sunday, March 16th at 3p.m. NEW .696.6400
to the appeal of the a big surprise
the pastor is asking all mem- PHONF
Gold Coast Missionary Baptist attend. If you miss this event, mydressmaker
bers to with him to Mt.Calvary
Association. It could not you will miss a treat. go DRIVERS WANTED

have been what it was without Let us continue to pray for Baptist Church in Tru- Full time or Part.time
and visit sick and shut-ins. man City where Rev.Wright is
your support. our pastor. 6026 NW 7th Avenue Apply at OfficeDo
Remember the sick and( Visitors are always welcome
Monday night Rev. Whippleand
shut-ins and pray for the boys; in our services. the Antioch Baptist, Church END OF

on the battlefields. will be here to render servicefor SEASON SALE
us. All Prices Slashed you have a SORE, RASH or DISCHARGE?
CORINTH Rev. James Pickett, pastor Let us pray for the sickand
Dinners are been sold every B.tter dresses made to VD
shut-ins and peace on earth. IT COULD BE ,
Rev. M. L. Saturday at the church 2385 measure. Alterations fast
Sis. B. Ector, reporter grid free. (Ind.f), t
60th Street 633- confldentfal'Infonnatio and A
NW phone
MT. CA.V.A Y( For
Choir No.1 will be the< ,? .
5685. The pastor would like to
honored guest at the Bright Rev. S. Atchison, pastor free treatment'
thank our friends for helping
and Morning Star Baptist Phyllis Beal, reporterThe 1968SINGER
Phone 377-0341 Extension
make our Founders day a great : -
Church on Sunday afternoon; directors and the chairman
success the amount raise was CONSOLES
by Sis of the junior church wishto DADE COUNTY HEALTH DEPARTMENT
at 3 p.m., sponsored one hundred and twenty II g h ti'u.ed slgiog In :
Wanza Deliford. dollars. take this time to thank Mrs. stylish cabinet. Makes button 1350 N'tl14th Street. Miami

The Springfield Baptis, There will be Easter rallyon Athalie Range for her co- holes, sews on buttons,
Church will render service operation on the MotherFatherDaughterSon monograms,appliques i ,over
Easter Sunday all members casts and blind hem stitch.
on Wednesday night, Marc)I, are to register with Two. The All without attachments.All .
19th at 7:30 p.m., in behal women of Zion Hill observe thank you. controls built In. Full

of our church's anniversary,, their annual Women's Day the On the fifth Sunday, we are price$52.20 or assume pay.ments AUTO INSURANCE
Your and yours are invited, having an old fashion church of $6 monthly. For
Our general church's anniversary third Sunday in May. The service. Just like the old days. free home demonstration, Immediate SR-22 Filings

will begin on Wednesday chairman Sister Robinson is Come out for this good time. call I Credit Mgr. until 9 pm. Low Monthly Payments
asking all who can and will to No obligation. If toll, call
night, March 26th thn I assessments. Prayer meeting and Bible collect. 9223528. (Indf)
class Thursday night.A .
30th. You am 1
Sunday, There will be a tea at the
church that stays together
yours are cordially invited,1 church on the fifth Sunday, in D. GOODMAN & SONS
Dinner will be served. Dea. prays together.
behalf of Women's
con R. Ector Is chairman,. service Day.Tues Please pray for and visit SPECIAL SALE KEEN AUTO TAG AGENCY
Prayer every
the sick and shutins.BAHA'ISOFMIAMI.
Same location! for
day night. Let us rememberthe SPRAY PERFUMES. 1 oz. two generations

VALLEY GROVE sick and shut-ins in our copies of E tee Louder,
2688 NW, 62nd W.. Phone: 691.0380
Rev. R. A. Norton, pastor prayers. Shall mar, My Sin, Arpegeand

Sis. E. Ferguson reporterOur The Baha'is of North Dade Tabu. Also I genuine
third annual, Women'sDay BIBLE and Miami will observe Naw GI-GI. $1 L10 each or $10

is now in progress CHURCH OF GOD Ruz (Baha'I New Year), witha dozen. 31 E. 42nd Street, COLOR AND BLACK & WHITE TV SERVICE

Friday Bishop E. E. Rahming, pastor pot luck supper, to be held Hialeah.
night Rev.J.C.Woody
will be guest speaker, spon- Shirley Cooper, reporterThe Friday, March 21 at 822.7452 STEREO RADIO TAPE RECORDER
missionaries would like
sored by the deaconess. the James E.ScottCommunity
to thank those who came out 4901 NW
Association building, ;
Sunday at 3 p.m. the Rev, VET TV
Jordon Ferguson will be guest Sunday. 7th avenue.

speaker in behalf of the Women's Tuesday evening at 8, our Miss Olive Alexander, TED FORMERLY OF JET I IS! NOW VET
regular Bible class and prayer chairman of the Baha'l As-

Friday Day. night before the meeting will be held. sembly of Miami, will speak &'II'FLORIST 379-7735

fourth On Friday at 8 p.m., Elder on SpirltualSpringtime.' TheBaha'i PIorIA.Error
Sunday, Rev. Hicks will Miami
Servance and his congregationwill falls on the
New Year
be the guest.speaker, spon- behalfof 846 NW 2NO AVENUE OPEN 9109
services in
render first day of spring, symboli-
sored by Ushers' Board No.1.
the missionary.On zing the renewal the worldof
On the fifth eveningat
Sundy at 3 p.m. the pas- spirit as it is in the worldof
3 p.m., the Rev. R. A.Nor tor and members will render nature. 4340 N.W. 7th AvnusMienli PMOTKCY YOUR rUKNITURK
ton will be the guest speaker Floddr .t BEAUTY
services at Trier Baptist Holy The public is cordially invited '
accompanied by his choir, in Road In t o CUSTOM MADE
Church on Douglas to attend. r.,;rllifcQ
the Greater Union which will ll
Coconut Grove. We invite PLASTIC FURNITURE ,
be held at Mlllrock M. B. C.
and with
everyone to come go SLIP COVeRS
at 970 ST.LUKEM.B.
NW 79th Street.

cordially All visitors invited and friends to attend.are us.MT. Rev. P. W. Williams pastor f I Iw. :e HlXVT 10N e Alf tA TIN L::.' ,

AARON BAPTIST Kathleen Streeter, reporterThe e Pill puuveUAIANTIIO MMITANT '
Rev. 0. L. Sample, pastor pastor would like to --+"" ? t 4 r

PASTORS AID UNIONThe Mrs. R. M. Hicks, reporterOn thank the entire membershipand _IIUU wa._ wr'' N N Nip.fM111M .

Sunday night, we will friends for making his 27th IUTIIIMJwuwiMM rn+' M
O. Nity
pastor's aid union will render service at Bethlehem anniversary a success. He tlffllt fell 1I".mr

meet at First Baptist Church, Baptist Church. All choirs and also extends his gratitude to WE WIRE FLOWERSANYWHERE =.. SPECIALIZINGruTl'ili'iii A

Opa-locka, Rev. W. J. Macon, ushers are expected to part the Rev. Thedford Johnson and fUFCOvE IN PLASTIC sEXCLUSIVELY s a.r Mle o t!

pastor on Sunday. Rec. C. J. cipate. the St. John Baptist Church for

Burney of New Providence Our regular prayer meeting rendering their services. Cod 305 tloute ot Grctchen

Baptist Church, along with bis will be held on Wednesday at Please pray for our s1ckand 754-8061

choir and ushers will be In 8 p.m. bereaved members. Remember
hour service
charge. We have quite a few on the you are invited to worship 758-4371 Call anytime 24 3745082THE

Sister Willie Mae Bagley is sick list. We are still asking with us this Sunday at 1790

president. your prayers. NW 55th Street.

28 THE MIAMI TIMES, Friday, March 14, 1969 ,:

Bus Companies To I
Spearing with.BY ........I
-'" 'MY
,' "

th : TIME"ry a
most extensive and im- destination after leaving the

portant analysis of transist bus. Other inquiries will enable
-... .. . riding habits in Dade County transportation planners' '. . . ..PHIL,.. .DIXON. . r 11!
HARRY SPEAR "history will take place wed- to develop additional' facts t

nesday, March 26. concerning the travel habitsof .\

3 WILDCATS SIGN WITH DOLPHINSThree On that date, ,riders on the passengers. Most of the
Metro Transit Authority answers will require only a Who will take the state high school basketball championship? I
former, Bethune-Cookmanplayersandan All-Eastern system and the Coral Gables check mark. We will all know on Saturday. South Florida has a chance of I
split end from Holly Cross were announced today by the Miami The regional tournaments
another championship.
Bus Company routes will be If passengers transfer to taking
Dolphins as having signed their 1969 contracts. asked to fill out a survey a second bus in order tocom- brought some more surprises as far as good teams folding
Among the trio from Bethune-Cookman is Henry Still, 25, of tournament I have seen a lot of
questionnaire which, in turn, plete their trip, they will not under the pressures play.
6-2, 265, a defensive tackle who was the 16th round draft teams fold under such Therefore in the state tour-
will be used to help re- be asked to fill out a second pressures. ,
choice a year ago. Still, from Columbus, Ga., signed his con- evaluate and re-align the ex- card. Passengers will not be naments, I look for more upsets; but as the old saying goes, I
tract for 1968 but because he was bothered by a diabetic con- "
isting public transporations asked to sign their names. "It's how you play the game.
dition did not report .to training camp. According to Joe
s t e m. The questionnaire Completed cards eitherbe
Thomas, Director of Player Personnel for the Dolphins, Still may The year's first big track meet brought surprises as to see
will be printed in English and handed back to the Bus
has now been medically okayed to play and his contract has how far along most of the team are toward being in top con- I
Spanish Operator or filled in and mailed -
been activated for the forthcoming season. The other two men dition. I don't know who will push Amos Mechanic of Jacksonin I
"We are asking our bus to MTA with the postage
from Bethune-Cookman, who finished their collegiate com- the middle distances or Ted Bennett of Northwestern in the r
riders to help us to help pre-paid.
petition last fall, are Howard Ferguson, 25,6-3, 270, defen- them said d shotput, but it will be interesting to see who will try. In the
Ray m on W.
sive end from West Palm Beach, Fla., and Johnnie Allen, 24, "The cooperation of the bus sprints, I look for exciting battles between Gerald Tinker of
Butler Jr. MTA Chairman.
6-1, 245, defensive tackle from Altanonle Spring, Fla. Both riding public is essential"Butler Coral Gables and Eddie Sutton Jackson all season. And don't

have been signed as free agents.ORIOLES "The questionnairewill continued," and every be surprised if either or both of these fellows push the otherto

_u._....__.._. ".. _.. __ _._ provide information which is passenger who is offered a another,world's record. I might also add that these fellowsare
required to establish im- card is urged to accept it and pretty good friends as well as being top notched athletesat I
mediate and f u tu republic fill in the information com- their respective schools. ,

s r.. transit travel need parti- pletely and accurately. Thisis Killian's relay teams will be hard for anyone to beat. I don't

cularly on the combination and an .opportunity for bus know how Coach Daniels did it; buthehas put a team togetherthat

choice of routes where trans- riders to help in the planningof just might also take national honors.Coral Gables, Jack-

fer trips are involved." their own transit system. son and Northwestern should really fight it out for overall team

On "Survey Day," some "Experience from similar superiority. In all, it looks like a pretty good track season. And

100,000 passengers who ride surveys in other large cities don't forget all of these fellows will be going against the best in

the MTA and Coral Gables has proven that the best sourceof the nation, right here this summer in the National A.A.U. meet.
systems daily, will be asked
such questions as: where they information necessary to Pro baseball opened its exhibition season to a little bit of

F board the bus;how far are they adequately plan transit confusion. A few of the named stars have not reported to camp

going; purpose of trip; dis- facilities is the riders themselves yet. A lot of them reported late and haven't gotten in shape

tance travel to and from buses And for this reason, yet; and most of the players,coaches, managers,umpires and

by walking or other means; we are going directly to them fans are still a wee bit confused on some of the rule changesfor
for our information."
time and purpose of travel; this year.
automible ownership and other Following the completion of At one of the games the other day, I ran into the latest local

pertinent Information which the 'Survey Day" project, an movie star, Forrest Reynolds.Forrest was taking a little time

will form the basis for plan- extensive study of each individual out between scenes from his latest movie with Jackie "The

ing service improvements and transit route will be Great One" ,Gleason. This one, along with his other, should be

new vehicle requirements.All made by Simpson & Curtin of released later,on this year tocidently,success, has not spoiled

a passengers traveling on Philadelphia, the transporat- Forrest. He is still the same easy going guy from way back.

"inbound" trips will be givena tion engineers who have been Break a leg, Forrest!

BIG HIT WITH KIDS survey questlonnnaire by conduct engaged by the Dade County Transit to Attorney Braynon asked that I remind all B.T.W. grads in

their Bus Operator requiring Rapid the class of the 9's ((29, 39, 49, & 59)) of the class meeting at
Enjoying the ,sunshine and watching the Orioles train, also only a minute or two to fill technical study which is now Allapattah Junior High on the 17th of March at 8 p.m. Elder
receiving autographs from Don Buford and Paul Blair was underway. It will be their task : will
out. They will be asked to write Cash be host for the meeting.
another bunch of 5-year-old children and their teachers from the street. intersection where 'to determine passenger de-
Head Start children 55 In all mands; rout_charactertistics, Sportsmen of the week: Jackie Gleason and Joe Namath.
Dunbar Elementary.. They are they got on .the bus and the '
I the t Since. you insist on a contest, might I suggest darts or horse-
suitability of the .
were there. The teachers are Mrs. M. Ramos, Mrs. F. Bethel, street intersection where they existing :shoes?
Mrs. M. Cohen, Mrs. I. Torrens, Mrs. S. Johnson, Mrs. L. will get off.Another buses and what types of vehicles Until"
the next
and student from the of could best be adaptedto meeting, be a good sport. ?
Johnson Miss W. Kurtz ( University ,.... .. .. .. ... .......... .................
question will deter the present system when : Ns!'sNs''N% v.v.Nvy.KK:* :-:':*M':':: -: :: : ::-: :::::: : :: :! !o
Miami). As you see, they all had a wonderful time.
This Friday's game will be for the benefit of the Florida mine w her e the passenger 'theprposed rapid.transit

Memorial College. The Orioles play the'New York Yankees. started his trip and his final system is conducted. FASHION CLOTHIERS

Our old Pal Manny Decastro, juvenile and probation officer,
is back on the job at the MiamiStadium. This is his sixth year. I
Manny is well known all over the state of Florida. We wish announced by Carl Lindemann,Jr.,vice president, NBC Sports, QUALITY MEN'S CLOTHING I

William Barth who is In the Mercy Hospital with a heart attack and G. Ray Woody, executive vice president of National. .

a speedy recovery. Willie is well knownas a great sportsfan. Final holes of the tournament 11
new one of the richest on the tir Name Brands At
This Is a wish from all the Orioles and friends.
PGA tour, will be covered by NBC Saturday, March 29, 5 6P.m.
Next week's schedule: Thursday, March 13, Orioles vs.the New York time and
Sunday, March 30, 4 5:30 p.m., ti 1
Washington Senators at 1:30: p.m., Friday, March 14th, Oriolesvs. New York time. The colorcast will be sponsored by National :: DISCOUNT PRICES

N. Y. Yankees, F.M.C. Benefit Game;Saturday, March 15, Airlines, Inc. through Papert, Koenig Lois. Inc. ::! *
Orioles vs. Tigers,world champs at 8 p.m.;Sunday, March 16, !: MEN'S FURNISHINGS 1 1
Orioles vs. Cinn. Reds at 2 p.m. Site of play for the tournament will be the Country Club of :: R

,Miami's West Course, a par 72, 6,927-yard layout. j{ SUITS-SPORTCOA 1
The National Airlines Open is expected to attract one of the :j i1 j. SLACKS ::
Another sparkling "first" has been added to Miami's crownas 11
most formidable fields of pofessional golfers on the PGA ,j: ,
of the Western with ::: :
Hemisphere" announce
"Sports Capital tour. Top money at stake in the tournament play is $40,000, j:: RETAIL & };
ment that the 81st annual track and field championship of the : ::;:
with second and third place winners receiving $24,000 and |i
National Amateur Athletic Union will be staged here June 28- i1 WHOLESALE ;;
$15,000 respectively. :j: ,

29.This will be the first time Miami will host the AAU meet, J. Edwin Carter, the famed golf management specialist, "i;:i1; FREE t : ;;

a forerunner to the Olympics.More will serve as tournament director. Carter has been active in I:;

than 500 top athletes from the United States, Canada, tournament management for 14 years and has directed the :;: ALTERATIONS

Mexico, Central and South America will compete. Many already U. S. Open, PGA Championship, the World Series of Golf, the :I:

have won prominence in the 1968 Olympics in Mexico Hawaiian International Open and other major PGA events. 5 i 1530 NW 26 St. 635-02161

City, some will use their performances in Miami a spring- _. .:
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Site of the be televised live and in color by CBS-- COMMUNITY SCHOOL

will be the 10,000-seat track and field stadium on the north LITTLE LEAGUE

campus of the Mlami-Dade Junior College. BASEBALL

The athletes will be the first to test the ultra-modern syn- all
Calling boys ages, 9,10,
thetic grasstex track, one: cf the first of its kind in the nation. 11, and 12. U you like to play j TTjT

baseball or, if you'd like to -
learn, there's a place for you

on one of. the two little league
Francisco middleweight Rocky Hernandez will make a tea m s that ,the, Booker T. follow the WINNER'S
I 3,000mile trip to Miami Beach Auditorium next Tuesday night, Washington ,Community, to

'=1' March 18, in a bid to stop Miami'sGomeo Brennan, a former School will field. We have the

I Bahamian'who seems on the road to another go-round as a sponsor and the coaches.

:4; middleweight title contender. ,All we need to complete our
,[ Brennan, former British Empire middleweight champion organization are boys., I mia
comes off seven straight victories and a draw in his last audi-
You'may' sign up'daily beginning
torium fight with Philadelphia boxer Percy manning.Brennan ;
at 6:30 p.m. in the main ,
came off the deck in his fight with Manning to take the final office of Booker T. Washington -
four rounds for the even-Steven decision. It was the first time '
Community School, 1200
the "Bimini Belter" had taken a fall in over 100-professional NW 6th Avenue Just ask for

fights. ,Mr. Daniels.

Special registration begins

$200,000 NATIONAL AIRLINES OPEN Friday, March 14, and ends

,Friday, March 21. If you were
The Inaugural playing of the$200,000 National Airlines Open a member of last year's team,

, Golf Tournament in Miami will be colorcast exclusively the stop by during this weektogetyour I
National Broadcasting Company, television network, it was instructions.
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:::::i::;:: :::::;!:::: ::'::::::::::::::::::::::::::::: ::::::::: campaign. We do not believe -
:: REAL necessary to have 'Ritif1tftd
:.:.: !: experience in this kind of sales The TwilightSoclalandSav- SALEExcell.nt
ings Club is sponsoring a
work in
order to be successful opportunity to
, TS: .. i R you get the neces-I'Spiritual Tea at the home of live and work In pleasant
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, --' Sister Sarah AsberrySunday, residential area. Equip
sary license that 'fegkOCU4
AM must
:; By FREDBETTglHEIM ::::.N have in order to you offer real March 16th from 4 to 6 p.m., ment I Is one year old.
T ',JR : :1 EI estate services to the public. at 3300 NW 50th Street.Donation This potential.laundry has, tremendous -

I' ..E1please............,..:....t.......................................,. ,..;.,...................................;S9.....9t-..::.'::'R On careful\our! side guidance, we will and give detailed you president is 50c.Sister Ruthie of. the organization.McMilllan is TERMS TO PARTY QUALIFIED l.. BY- -PRISCILLA- - - REDDING, .------ ,..- 1
training, regular staff meet-
look at the ad to this ings to answer questions and PHONE: 621-9625 The Frank C. Martin Elementary school P.T.A. presents
Issue about Our open meeting solve problems as they arise. "Ho Ho, The Magic Clown." There will be two shows. The
next Tuesday evening, March It will not be long before first show at 2:15 for first and second grade pupils and the
18th at 8:00 p.m. at the officeof will Join the ranks of those with you RENT OR SALEC. second show at 3:15 for third, fourth and fifth and kindergarten -
Universal'state,Inc.,4600 experience. children. Admission is '35$. Monday, March 17th is the
NW 7th Aveftue, phone: 751- One thing that we should B. S. date of the presentation. It will be held In the school's cafe-

8642. All traders of this keep In mind is that there are THREE BEDROOM, 2 BATHAS torium.
column are .Cordially: invitedto IS CONDITIONNO LA UGH IN with Richmond Heights Junior High Parent-
many people who have owned
I attend. There is no chargeor their homes for some time QUALIFYING LOW DOWN Teacher Talent Show, March 28 at 8 p.m.,school's cafetorium.
obligation! and we promiseyou long enough to have built up a $35 WEEK Admission: Students 50$, adults 100.
a worthwhile and enjoyable sizeable equity. This increasein NEAR 97th STREET & 22nd AVENUE Sllmnastic Classes sponsored by Dade County Parks and
I evening. ownership of your home as Recreation are still being held. The schedule Is a s follows:
I Whatever, your interest in you pay off the mortgage each 151-0258 Tuesday nights, F. C. Martin cafetorium: 7 to 10 p.m. Richmond -
r real estate toy bewhetheryou month, Is like money in the 0.r I Park, Thursday mornings from 10 a.m.ti112 noon. Admission -
may want to make moneyby bank except that Is is money : I is free. .

working with us to sell it in the building instead of in ,. Isaac Stringer, son of Mr. and Mrs.Isaac Stringer of 11530S.
to others, ot if you hope to the bank, but it is there just W. 136th Street .was killed In action In Vietnam. Funeral,
improve your personal situa- the same and can be withdrawn AUTO INSURANCE services will be held on Saturday, March 15th at 2:00 p.m. at ..,

tion through buying a home or In time either by selling or by Low Premium Rates ,, Sweetfield Baptist Church on Plaza Street in Coconut Grove.
I income property, or selling refinancing. By refinancing to Low Monthly Payments ' The Young Men's Progressive Civic Club presents their
:. your present property, or if Increase the amount of the Immediate SR-22 Second Annual Gospel Caravan sponsored by the Richmond
your interest is nothing more mortgage back to where it was, Filings .,' Heights Jr. High School P.T.A. Featuring on this program are
than a general desire for information thereby extending the length of OFFICE HOURS the Biblical Gospel Singers of California and the Clouds of
about an important the remaining payment period, Mon. Sot.Thru 9r30.-4O0 Fri. 9(30-7:00 Miami and many others. Date: March 24,at Richmond HeightsJr.
subject on which you should be It may be possible to create i 11 High school auditorium at 8 p.m. Admission: $1.25 ad-

well informed--please phone cash for reinvestment in income BROWN REALTY & INSURANCE AGENCY_ vance, $1.50 at the door.
us or mail the coupon that goes property.This reinvestment The Group of 6 of the Second Baptist Church presents Miss
with the ad lb, let us know you should bring a much 4740 NW 7th Avenue Fashion Show of 1969. Featuring fashions from leading stores

will be there. greater return than the Interest 754-0655 such as the Young Sophisticates, Tiki,Jefferson,Josie's Cas-
.. uals and Sandrell. Date March 23 at 4 at Second
rate even at today's : p.m.
We will t a.l k about all the
things we. have! been writing high rates--paid for the money Church's breezway.,Admission: Adults $1.00, children 25f.
in this column i these past obtained in this way. It often Killian High Focus: The Cougars start off the week with
several mouths.about how real happens that homeowners have. DOCTOR! DENTIST! LAWYER service club inductions.The .
estate is important in one way realize their exact situa- Ideal office location. Beautiful inside and,out- Thespian Induction was held Monday in the Little thea-

or another to all of us, first asa tions in this respect,and their almost new building, beautiful 'reception room, tre from 6:30 p.m. to 1:00 p.m...
place to live and then perhapsas equities remain inactive not switchboard, numerous Partitioned offices, paneled. On March 12, Ariel will have its Bake Sale in the main hall.
a way of making a living or .even drawing interest. Air conditioned. Plenty parking. Fine for 'a 'During March 13-15th, the DECA class will be part of the
of investing our savings in the All these things will be group of' professionalsllConveniently on' NW 27th State Leadership DECA convention. The regional Science Fairis
most profitable and best manner talked about at the meeting, Avenue. For sale or lease. also being held at Dinner Key auditorium.On .

., We watt to emphasize along with many more mattersof JOHN T. LAR KIN, Realtor March 15th, FBLA,Future Business Leaders America
mainly the lid that here is interest to us all. We look will sponsor a car wash.
a 531-3116, ask for Mrs. Lucas, 696-4130 696-
lot of money to be made in the forward to seeing you theie. 4964 after five. or This past weekend, the Killian High band and majorettes
field of sell lOg. participated in the District Concert held at Palmetto. This
band, under the supervision of Mr. Dane Wills received
Sonny Wright welcomes all SEWING MACHINE straight supervior ratings. We commend them and encourage

of his ,frieland hopes that \,; ,',. '" .,r'I' ',,,, .f" ,} (I"': them to keep up the good work.In .
they will cOtfie to the meeting, 1968 zigzag portable. Zigzag '"
Sports: We have one your.g man making the Second All-
slightly used. No attachment :
the 'bREAt.T f
because it Will mark. be- '
needed to mono* City Basketball team. We commend Gregory Withers. Re-
ginning of aft expansion program gram, overcast, make button I i. a d ceiving honorable mention were Johnny Crawford and Larry
of his office and orga- holes, controls built In.
nization. He is enlarging his Sews with 1 or 2 needles. I IKOKEK'e.e.:
income and Full price $31.80 or as. "
property property "", t Black.CARLTON
management departments,and monthly.sume payments For free of $3.10 home O"EN .7 "V : .
all of his office facilities demonstration Call Credit ... .. R,DAYS, :.,'., ;.., '. REALTY
I. ,,,,j' .j" "t<." ' ,'.;,.1 '"" '" "' ,
Frankly, w@hope that we can Mgr. until 9 p.m. No obli- 3074 NW.19 STREET ,BROKER
toll call collect
If ,
get together A group of peopleto I WILL SELL FOR FHA
693-4772 I IF NO ANS. 7546733FHA
work with us on our sales
3 Bedroom 2 bath
corner CBS in lovely new area

I Carport, patio, circular drive, jalousie windows, Clean, spacious grounds. 2 bdrm, 1 both,
large modern kithcen. FHA price $17,000, $700 vynl firs, porch, gar. $12,500. $400 down, $89.7211I0
COME TO OUR FREE down and $120.86 month.
SEMINAR, ON SELLING REAL ESTATE FHACBS.. 2 bdrm, \Yl bath, liv rm, built-in
; kitchen, din rm, ut rm, $14,200 $1200 down
: ,
March 18th 8:00 ,:> We' have:several"duplexes as well as 5 0.1"6 unit ', charmer. 3 bdrm, 1 bath, Flo rm, car
Tuesday, at p.m. I buildings! :that JO"u,can' buy:wlth. 'o,low-down poy'Ument port, tile roof, must seal $23,500. $1200down,
REAL ESTATE CORNER writer Fred Bettleheim 'and reasonable'monthly $131.24 me.FHACBS .
.. ?oymuh'Hdv. i",,*f
Jr. will talk. Whateveryour Interest in realestatemay ',come: and live,rent free',' ,too,' Como to': ft{ ) !J Desirable choice
be, We invite you to enjoy a worthwhile , r S',drG, 31f F '4-; 'a8 i ; Beauty. area. 3 bedrm -
evening.We 2 bath, Fla rm, gar., $21,000. $1775 down,
NO RED '$146.75 month.EXCELLENT .
are ERA area brokers now enlarging our :
coverage for FHA as part of our expansion pro Modern CBS in North Miami Beach. Tile roof, CHURCH SITE 110'* 140' with 2
gram in all to serve you better. 4 terrazzo {floors, jalousie windows, gas heat, reverse bdrm house. Perfect location. $15,000.
cycle air cond., stove, fenced yard. $4,000
Your questions answered.. No charge or obliga- down and takeover S34%. $9,530 mortgage. $73 WATERFRONT LUXURY HOME
tion. month pays everything. CBS Tile roof, hardwood and terr, firs, split
PLEASE PHONE 751-8641 TO LET US KNOW level, 4 bedrm, 3 bath, 2 car gar on 4 acre lot,

YOU PLAN TO ATTEND r *.:;:: vJYlLt: SELLiFqR:FHA VALUAJIO i, jj $32,500. $6,000 down. Your own financing.

9520 NW 13th ,Axe. B.oyttfVcorn.' home :'o.. Jf1. WE HAVE OTHERS

; double ,'lof .toojfFla,room,; open)front. porch,,; ,tile:>j
7 ftoof,4ueatr"al'heat' and air conditioning*, ""awnings':,' .
THIS WEEK'S SPECIALS awning I :windows;:buiMn stove fenced yard with% I

.. THREE UNITS ONLY $1,300'DOWN FHA .sprinkler'system,,nice efflclf..cyaptr for Incomef.too \ BY OWNERFHA
Good moneymaker with 2 bedroom apt.. for owner. A buy:"t J18.000. FHA$800 down$127.53 IIQ.*1

Modern bldg. in top condition, awning windows,
and other features Ask for Mr. Malnick. WE HAVE MANY I.10RE HOMSS TERMS

DUPLEX $1,000 DOWN FHA YOU CAN BUY ANY OF OUR FHA HOMES FOR ((1)) 4020 NW 12th Ave. 2 bedrm, $250 down.
side. well OR BEING
2 built bedroom bldg.. in and nice 2 bathrms corner location.on each Terrano Very floors, DISPLACED AND IF YOU CAN QUALIFY '((2)) 1812 NW 53rd St. 2 bdrm, FI arm, $400 dwn.(3)2111NW152Ter.3bdrmFlarm$400dwn..

stainless 'teellln", etc. This will go fast. Call .. oi # f
; #
'JJ1 rt
( ) .
Mr. Molnick. 1
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ft ?
'1 ; ; ?, ,Wiry

Another JUPUEX outstanding buy with 2$1,100 bedroom DOWN, VA FHA bath RE 4 $ni tT ((4)) 1121 NW 51 St. Duplex. CBS. $350 dwn.

for Call Mr. Howard. .. .. ,
apt owner. ,J -' lit tff'
'" 1,1 r
'- ((5)) 2125 NW 58 St. Duplex. CBS. $250 dwn.
3 BORM. 2 BATH HOME $100 DOWN FHA I BROKER, -' 'r.t. ,,. ,
Beautiful, like new, fenced, air cond., new kitchen. ,' J
$148 mo. pays all. Seller pays c.c. Call Mr. 4932 NW '7th Aye.PI ((6))'7800NW 10th Ave. CBS house. $500dwn.

Bros ilow. k

2 BDRM HOME $600 DOWN FHA 9. 31l i ((7)) 4023 NW 20th Ct. 2 houses. $1,000 dwn.

Good CBS, near 54th St. X-Way with carport, Fla CAROL. ,an SHOPPING, cetim
porch. Ask for Fred Bettelheim. '
SUITE 208 '623666 DAYTIME CALL: 151-3659
PH: 751-8642 '. EVES CALL: 949-0561 or 22&1481THE
4600 NW 1th AVE. : > Open ;Evenings+ .' Sundays
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28 THE MIAMI TIMES, Friday, March 14, 1969

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, Bus companies to
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:' ;, portant analysis of transist bus. Other inquiries will en-
:, riding habits in Dade County able transportation planners s
- -- "
i t }i BY HARRY SPEAR history will take place Wednesday to'develop additional' 'facts'-9 : T..' 'Z : .

,.March ,26, concerning the travel habitsof
3 WILDCATS SIGN WITH DOLPHINSThree On that date, ,riders on the passengers. Most of the
Metro T ran sit Authority answers will require only a Who will take the state high school basketball championship?
former, Bethune-Cookman players and an AllEasternsplit system and the Coral Gables check mark.If We will all know on Saturday. South Florida has a chance of
end from Holly Cross were announced today by the Miami Bus Company routes will be passengers transfer to taking another championship. The regional tournaments

Dolphins as having signed their 1969 contracts. asked to fill out a survey a second bus in order tocom- brought some more surprises as far as good teams folding

Among the trio from ethune-Cookman Is Henry Still, 25, questionnaire which, in turn, plete their trip, they will not under the pressures of tournament play. I have seen a lot of
ti, 6-2, 265, a defensive tackle who was the 16th round draft will be used to help re- be asked to fill out a second teams fold under such pressures.Therefore in the state tour-

choice a year ago. Still, from Columbus, Ga., signed his con- evaluate and re-align the existing card. Passengers will not be naments, I look for more upsets; but as the old saying goes,
tract for 1968 but because he was bothered a diabetic con-
by "It's how play the game."
public transporation asked to sign their names. you
dition did not report to training camp. According to Joe
system. The questionnaire Completed cards eitherbe
Thomas, Director of Player Personnel for the Dolphins, Still may The year's first big track meet brought surprises as to see
will be printed in English and handed back to the Bus
has now been medically okayed to play and his contract has how far along most of the team are toward being in top con-
Spanish. Operator or filled in and mail-
been activated for the forthcoming season. The other two men dition. I don't know who will push Amos Mechanic of Jacksonin
"We are asking our bus ed to MTA with the postage
from Bethune-Cookman, who finished their collegiate com- the middle distances or Ted Bennett of Northwestern in the
riders to help us to help paid.
petition last fall, are Howard Ferguson, 25,6-3, 270, defen- said pre- shotput, but it will be interesting to see who will try. In the
them Ray m on d W.
sive end from West Palm Beach, Fla., and Johnnie Allen, 24, "The cooperation of the bus sprints I look for exciting battles between Gerald Tinker of
Butler Jr. MTA Chairman.
6-1, 245, defensive tackle from Altanonle Spring, Fla. Both riding public is essential"Butler Coral Gables and Eddie Sutton of Jackson all season. And don'tbe
have been signed as free agents. "The questionnairewillprovide continued," and every surprised if either or both of these fellows push the otherto
information which is passenger who is offered a another world's record. I might also add that these fellowsare
required to establish Im- card is urged to accept it and pretty good friends as well as being top notched athletesat
mediate and future public fill in the information com- their respective schools.

transit travel need s parti- pletely and accurately. Thisis Killian's relay teams will be hard for anyone to beat. I don't

M cularly on the combination and an .opportunity for bus know how Coach Daniels did it; buthehas put a team togetherthat
choice of routes where trans- riders to help In the planningof Just might also take national honors.Coral Gables Jack-

fer trips are involved." their own transit system. son and Northwestern should really fight it out for overall team

On "Survey Day," some "Experience from similar superiority. In all, looks like a pretty good track season. And

100,000 passengers who ride surveys in other large cities don't forget all of these fellows will be going against the best in

the MTA and Coral Gables has proven that the best sourceof the nation,right here this summer in the National A.A.U. meet.
systems daily, will be asked
such questions as; where they information necessary to Pro baseball opened its exhibition season to a little bit of

board the bus;how far are they adequately plan transit confusion. A few of the named stars have not reported to camp
going; purpose of trip; dis- facilities Is the riders themselves yet. A lot of them reported late and haven't gotten in shape

tance travel to and from buses And for this reason, yet; and most of the players coaches managers,umpires and
by walking or other means; we are going directly to them fans are still a wee bit confused on some of the rule changesfor
for "
our Information.
time and purpose of travel; this year.
automible ownership and other Following the completion of At one of the games the other day, I ran into the latest local

pertinent information which the 'Survey Day" project, an movie star, Forrest Reynolds. Forrest was taking a little time
will form the basis for plan- extensive study of each individual out between scenes from his latest movie with Jackie "The

Ing service Improvements and transit route will be Great One" ,Gleason. This one, along with his other, should be

new vehicle requirements.All made by Simpson & Curtin of released later,on this year.Incidently success has not spoiled

2 / passengers traveling on Philadelphia, the transporattion Forrest He is still the same easy going guy from way back.

...._,._._ . '--.-.--. -. "inbound" trips will be givena engineers who have been Break a leg, ForrestI: !

ORIOLES BIG HIT WITH KIDS survey questionnnalre by conduct engaged by the Dade County Transit to Attorney Braynon asked that I remind all B.T.W. grads In
their Bus Operator requiring the class of the 9's (29, 39, 49, & 59)) of the class meeting at
Enjoying the sunshine and watching the Orioles train, also only a minute or two to fill technical study which Is .now Allapattah Junior High on the 17th of March at 8 p.m. Elder
receiving autographs from Don Buford and Paul Blair was out. They will be asked to write underway. It will be their task Cash will be host for the meeting.
I another bunch of 5-year-old children and their teachers from the street, intersection where to determine ,passenger demands -
I Dunbar Elementary; They are Head Start children, 55 in all they got on I the bus"and the ; route charactertistics, Since Sportsmen of the week: Jackie Gleason and Joe Namath.
the suitability of the you insist on a contest, might I suggest darts or horse-
were there. The teachersare Mrs. M.Ramos, Mrs. F. Bethel, street Intersection where they existing shoes?
Mrs. M. Cohen, Mrs. I. Torrens, Mrs. S. Johnson, Mrs. L. will get off.Another buses and what types of vehicles Until"the next be
meeting a
Johnson and Miss W. Kurtz (student from the University of could best be adaptedto good sport. uM

Miami). As you see, they all had a wonderful time. question will determine the present system when
This Friday's game will be for the benefit of the Florida w her e the passenger the p r po sed rapid-transit ''f''
Memorial College. The Orioles play the'New York Yankees. started his trip and his final system is conducted. ( fASHION CLOTHIERS

Our old Pal Manny Decastro, juvenile and probation officer,
is back on the job at the MlamiStadium. This is his sixth year. '
Manny is well known all over the state of Florida. We wish announced by Carl LIndemann,Jr.,vice president,NBC Sports |1 1 QUALITY MEN'S CLOTHING
and G. Ray Woody, executive vice president of National.
William Barth who Is in the Mercy Hospital with a heart attack .

a speedy recovery. Willie Is well known a great sports Final holes of the '
new tournament one of the richest on the Name Brands At 1
fan. This is a wish from all the Orioles and friends. |
PGA tour, will be covered by NBC Saturday March 29. 5 6p.m.
Next week's schedule: Thursday, March 13, Orioles vs.the New York time and
Sunday March 30, 4 5:30: p.m., I
Washington Senators at 1:30: p.m., Friday March 14th, Oriolesvs. New York time. The colorcast will be sponsored by National DISCOUNT PRICES

N. Y. Yankees, FMC Benefit Game;Saturday, March 15, Airlines Inc. through Papert, Koenig Lois. Inc. N
Orioles vs. Tigers, world champs at 8 p.m.;Sunday, March 16, I MEN'S FURNISHINGS 1j11
t Orioles vs. Clnn. Reds at 2 p.m. Site of play for the tournament will be the Country Club of
Miami's West Course, a par 72, 6,927-yard layout. SUITS-SPORTCOATS r'
The National Airlines Open Is expected attract one of the SLACKS'
Another "first" has been added Miami's
sparkling crownas most formidable fields of pofessional golfers on the PGA !
"Sports Capital of the Western Hemisphere" with announce- tour. Top money at stake in the tournament play is $40,000, '!!j1j I RETAIL & yf
ment that the 81st annual track and field championship of the
with second and third place winners receiving $24,000 and !
National Amateur Athletic 'Union will be staged here June 28- $15,000 respectively. (::1 I WHOLESALE 11

,29.This will be the first time Miami will host the AAU meet, J. Edwin Carter, the famed golf management specialist, ::::1:::: E. ::::::::
a forerunner to the Olympics.More will serve as tournament director. Carter has been active in
than 500 top athletes from the United States, Canada, tournament management for 14 years and has directed the 1:I 1j ALTERATIONS j 1

Mexico, Central and South America will compete. Many already U. S. Open, PGA Championship, the World Series of Golf, the ::

have won prominence in the 1968 Olympics in Mexico Hawaiian International Open and other major. PGA events. :1530 j NW 26 St. 635-02161

City some will use their performances in Miami as a springboard ': ..
to the 1972 Olympics in Munich, Germany. --"h".:::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::;:;:::;:;:::;:::::::::;:::::;:::::::::::::::::::::: :::::::::::::::::::::::::::!:::::..;::::::::::::.

of televised live and in color COMMUNITY SCHOOL
Site the event--to be by CBS--
will be the 10,000-seat track and field stadium on the north LITTLE LEAGUE

campus of the Miami-Dade Junior College.. BASEBALL

The athletes will be the first to test the ultra-modern syn- all
Calling boys ages, 9, 10,
thetic grasstex track, one of the first of its kind in the nation. 11,, and 12. If you like to play

.r baseball or if you'd like to a
learn, there's a place for you

,on one of, the two little league
Francisco middleweight Rocky Hernandez will make a teams that the follow
., Booker T. the WINNER'S/ !
3,000mile trip to Miami Beach Auditorium next Tuesday night, Washington .Community.
'1':, March'18, in a bid to stop Miami's Gomeo Brennan, a former School will field. We have the

Bahamian who seems on the road to another go-round as a sponsor and the coaches.

m: middleweight title contender. ,All we need to complete our I
"'I Brennan, former British Empire middleweight champion organization are boys. I mid
comes off seven straight victories and a draw in his last audi- You may sign up'daily be- |

torium fight with Philadelphia boxer Percy manning.Brennan ginning at 6:30: p.m. in the main
came off the deck in his fight with Manning to take the final .office of Booker T. Washington -
four rounds for the even-steven decision.It was the first time Community School, 1200
the "Bimini Belter" had taken a fall In over 100-professional NW 6th Avenue Just ask for

fights. ,Mr. Daniels.

Special registration begins
$200,000 NATIONAL AIRLINES OPEN Friday, March 14, and ends

( Friday, March 21. If you were t ta 1CEANFRONT 0. TONIGHT 8
The Inaugural playing of the$200,000 National Airlines Open member of last year's team, I irPJII IMlll-IIIIIU llll HI || inili MH iifS i.fJ2s

Golf Tournament In Miami will be colorcast exclusively by the stop by during this week to get I

National Broadcasting Company television network, it was your instructions. |


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EI REAL :If; that it is necessary to have A SPIRITUAL TEA COIN LAUNDRYFOR
: : y The Twilight Social and Savings SALE IIGOICJIe9Ms
s: $,(j experience in this kind of sales
11 work in order to be successful Club Is sponsoring a Excellent opportunity to
rgas .J R Spiritual Tea at the home of live and work In pleasant
: J" :: Just so you get the neces-I
/ill':0 sary license that Sister Sarah Asberry,Sunday, residential area. Equip
By FREDBETTELHEIM have you must March 16th from 4 to 6 p.m., ment Is one year old.
'r1; : JR. $.;E estate in services order to to the offer public.real at 3300 NW 50th Street.Dona- This potential.laundry has, tremendous $OGU4
tion is 50$.

..E.................:............................................................."..'.!.....l'Oow..................1 j.R. On careful our! side guidance, we will and give detailed you president Sister Ruthie of the organization.McMillian is TERMS TO PARTY QUALIFIED BY PRISCILLA, ..REDDING, ,' ... .

please look a{ the ad in this Ings training to regular staff meet- PHONE: 621-9625 The Frank C. Martin Elementary school P.T.A. presents"Ho
issue about our open meetingnext solve problems questions and Ho, The Magic Clown." There will be two shows. The

Tuesday evening, March tt will not be long as they before arise. first show at 2:15 for first and second grade pupils and the
18th at 8:00 p.m. at the officeof will join the you second show at 3:15 for third, fourth and fifth and kindergarten -
ranks of those with RENT OR SALEC.
Universal Estate, Inc.,4600 experience. children. Admission is '35$. Monday, March 17th is the

NW 7th Avenue, phone: 751- One thing that we should B. S. date of the presentation. It will be held In the, school's cafe-

8642. All ,readers of,this keep in mind is that THREE BEDROOM, 2 BATHAS torium.
I column are .cordially invited there are IS CONDITIONNO LAUGH IN with Richmond Heights Junior High Parent-
many people who have owned
I to attend. There 'is'no charge their homes for some time QUALIFYING LOW DOWN Teacher Talent Show, March 28 at 8 p.m.,school's cafetorium.
" or obligation, and we promiseyou $35 WEEK Admission: Students 50$, adults $1.00.
long enough to have built up a !
a worthwhile and enjoyable sizeable equity. This increase NEAR 97th STREET & 22nd AVENUE Slimnastlc Classes sponsored by Dade County Parks and
evening. in ownership of your home as I, Recreation are still being held. The schedule is a s follows:
Whatever your interest in you pay off the mortgage each 757-0258 Tuesday nights, F. C. Martin cafetorium: 7 to 10 p.m. Rich-
real estate my be-.whether month, is like money in the III mond Park, Thursday mornings from 10 a.m.til12 noon. Ad-

you may want to make moneyby bank except that is Is money V mission is free ,
working' with us to sell it in the building Instead of in Isaac Stringer, son of Mr. and Mrs.Isaac Stringer of 11530S.
to others, or, If you hope to the bank, but it is there just W. 136th Street .was killed in action in Vietnam. Funeral,
improve your personal situa- the same and can be withdrawnin AUTO INSURANCELow services will be held on Saturday, March 15th at 2:00 p.m. at ...
tion through buying a home or time either by selling or by Premium Rates Sweetfield Baptist Church on Plaza Street In Coconut Grove.

income property, or selling refinancing. By refinancing to Low Monthly Payments, The Young Men's Progressive Civic Club presents their
your present property, or If Increase the amount of the Immediate ; Second Annual Gospel Caravan sponsored by the Richmond
your interest is nothing more mortgage back to where it was, SR-22 Filings Heights Jr. High School P.T.A. Featuring on this program are
than a general desire for information thereby extending the length of OFFICE HOURS, +rY ; the Biblical Gospel Singers of California and the Clouds of
about an important the remaining payment period, Mon. Thru Frl.,, 9t30-7sOO Miami and many others. Date: March 24,at Richmond HeightsJr.
subject on which you should be it may be possible to create Sat. 9:30 4tOO '. High school auditorium at 8 p.m. Admission: $1.25 ad-

well informed--please phone cash for reinvestment in income BROWN REALTY & INSURANCE AGENCY vance, $1.50 at the door.
us or mail the coupon that goes property.This reinvestment The Group of 6 of the Second BaptistChurch presents Miss
with the ad to let us know you should bring a much 4740 NW 7th Avenue Fashion Show of 1969. Featuring fashions from leading stores

will be there. greater return than the interest 754-0655 such as the Young Sophisticates, Tiki,Jefferson,Josle's Cas-

We will talk about all the rate..even at today's uals and Sandrell. Date: March 23 at 4 p.m. at Second Baptist
things we. have been writingin high rates--paid for the money Church's breezway. Admission: Adults $1.00, children 25$.
this column these past obtained in this way. It often Killian High Focus: The Cougars start off the week with
several monthsaboutbowreal happens that homeowners haverealize DOCTOR! DENTIST! LAWYER service club Inductions.

estate is important in one way their exact situa- Ideal office location' Beautiful inside and out- The Thespian Induction was held Monday in the Little Thea-

or another, to all of us,first asa tions in this respect,and their almost new building, beautiful reception room, tre from 6:30 p.m. to 1:00 p.m.
place to live and then perhapsas equities remain inactive not switchboard, numerous partitioned offices, paneled. On March 12, Ariel will have its Bake Sale in the main hall.
a way of making a living or ,even drawing interest. Air conditioned. Plenty parking. Fine for a 'During March 13-15th, the DECA class will be part of the
of investing our savings in the, All these things will be group of professionalslFConveniently on' NW 27th State Leadership DECA convention. The regionalScience Fairis
most profitable and best man- talked about at the meeting, Avenue. For sale or lease. also being held at Dinner Key auditorium.

ner. We want to emphasize along with many more mattersof JOHN T LAR KIN, Realtor On March 15th, FBLA,Future Business Leaders of America
mainly the fact that here is interest to us all. We look will sponsor a car wash.
531.3116, ask for Mrs. Lucas 696-0130 696-
lot of money to be made in the forward to seeing you there. 4964 after five. or This past weekend, the Killian High band and majorettes
field of selling. participated in the District Concert held at Palmetto. This
band, under the supervision of Mr. Dane Wills received
,Sonny Wright welcomes all SEWING MACHINE straight supervior ratings. We commend them and encourage
of his friends' and hopes that
dy ,\i '''' . ,.1: <"" them to the work.
will come 1968 zigzag portable. Zigzag \" >< ,'t'i, ,. keep up good ...
they to the meeting, \. In Sports:' We have one yourg man making the Second All-
slightly undo No attachments J/
because it will
mark the beginning b REALTYIROKER(
Basketball commend Receiving
of needed to mono' ".1 City team. We Gregory Withers -
an expansion program gram, overcast, make, but ," ; honorable mention were Johnny Crawford and Larry
of his office and orga- ton holes, control built In. '
nization. He is enlarging his Sews with 1 or 2 needles : \ 1'

Income property and property Full price $$31.8(1( or assume I ,/ %t.S' Black.CARLTON

management: departments,and payments free of $3.10 home I OREN' 7 .... > .:
all of his office facilities. monthly.demonstration For, call Credit I .. {DAYS.. :,. 'h; .t{".4 REALTY
; ,1< '.,. ,tolf.', ,' ", ; '," """ "v ,\ "' ,',..,
Frankly, we hope that we can Mgr. until 9 p.m. No obI! 3014 NW,19 STREET BROKER
If toll, call collects
of gation.
get together a group peopleto
work with us on our sales 9223528. WILL SELL FOR FHA EVALUATION 693-4772 I IF NO ANS. 7546733FHA
3 Bedroom 2 bath corner CBS in lovely new area

Carport, patio, circular drive, jalousie windows, Clean, spacious grounds. 2 bdrm, 1 bath,
large modern kithcen. FHA price $17,000, $700 vynl I firs, porch, gar. $12,500. $400 down, $89.72 mo
COME TO OUR FREE down and $120.86 month.
SEMINAR ON SELLING REAL ESTATE FHACBS.. 2 bdrm, 1 IJ1 bath, liv rm, built-in
I <: ; ; f kitchen, din rm, ut rm, $14,200, $1200 down,
4600 NW 7th Avenue : " ., INVESTMENT O ERTIES */*. ** *".,ti'
March 18th 8:00 ,|We h v.hvmll'du'p.i., 'as"well a'i'.S.altcl r> unit charmer. 3 bdrm, 1 bath, Fla rm, carport -
Tuesday, at p.m. : buildings(that yrou.con buy:with; 4 ,low'.down, :payment /' i tile roof, must seal! $28,500. $1200down,
REAL ESTATE CORNER writer Fred BettleheimJr. 'i
$131.24 .
, and reasonable"monthly 'payments'Have income . mo.FHACBS
will talk. Whatever your interest In real estate I : and; 'live rent 'free/'t90.,Come., .to'seeljfi. : 1 *... Beauty. Desirable choice 3 bd-
s .. area.
may be, we invite you to enjoy a worthwhile ->'lw .ftt'h."i-.. ' f?'* " / <"* V** %,(W ; # '"
evening.We rm, 2 bath, Fla rm, gar., $21,000. $1775 down,
NO RED TAPE $146.75 month.EXCELLENT .
ore FHA area brokers now enlarging our
coverage for FHA as part of our' expansion program Modern CBS in North Miami Beach. Tile roof, CHURCH SITE 110'xUO' with 2
in all departments to serve you better. 4 terrazzo floors, jalousie windows, gas heat, reverse bdrm house. Perfect location. $15,000.,
cycle air cond., stove, fenced yard. $4,000
Your questions answered., No charge or obliga down and takeover 5'$9,530 mortgage. $73 WATERFRONT LUXURY HOME
tion. month pays everything CBS Tile roof, hardwood and terr, firs, split
PLEASE PHONE 151.8641 TO LET US KNOW 4 level, 4 bedrm, 3 bath, 2 car gar on Vt acre lot,

I YOU PLAN TO ATTEND I, ;'i...WILL;.SELLFOR. FHA YALUA11ONr.7 ;'t $32,500. $6,000 down. Your own financing.

9520 NW 13th! ,AvV ,!Beautiful; carnet: homedouble : WE HAVE OTHERS

', ..[of.stood Fl O i;room,. open 'front porch,; ,lfe.Q1
: tdof/rentrptheat I: and air'conditioning:,:awnings i : .,
THIS WEEK'S SPECIALS 'owning;.windows,builHn( stove fenced. yard 'wHIti

THREE UNITS ONLY $1,300'DOWN FHA .sprinkler system ,',nice efficiency apt.r income i.. ; BY OWNERFHA
Good moneymaker with ,2 bedroom ,pt. for owner. ...0'. buyot; $}18,000 FHA.J800down$127.53 mar

Modern ,bldg. in top condition, awning windows, TERMS
and other features. Ask for, Mr. Malnick. WE HAVE MANY ilORE HOMES -

DUPLEX $1,000 DOWN FHA YOU CAN BUY ANY OF OUR FHA HOMES FOR ((1)) 4020 NW 12th Ave. 2 bedrm, $250 down.(2)1812NW53rdSt.2bdrmFlarm$400dwn. .

2 bedrooms and2 bathrms on each Side.Very, well $100 DOWN IF. YOU ARE A VET OR BEING '
built bldg. in nice corner cation. Terrano floors,
stainless steel sinks etc.This will fast. Call .. ..
go < j>>, Ii" "'. f1# *' k1.
Mr. Malnick. : .. ) > : r ((3)) 2111 NW 152 Ter. 3 bdrm, Flann I 5400 dwn.
: .Jt. : '. ." 1:
.; ) 1'1" ,. ..";

Another JUPLEX' outstanding buy with 2$1,100 b.droom'I1 DOWN'! FHA bath '" "" : ? ((4)) 1121 NW 51 St. Duplex. CBS. $350 dwn.

apt for owner. Call Mr. Howard. . ((5)) 2125 NW 58 St. Duplex. CBS. $250 dwn.
Beautiful, like new, fenced, air cond., new kitch {
en. $148 mo. pays all. Seller pays c.c. Call Mr. p 4932, NW '7th. Aye. ((6)))7800NW 10th Ave. CBS house. $500dwn.

2 Brasilo BDRM w.HOME $600 DOWN FHA PL 9-4371 :t ((7)) 4023 NW 20th Ct. 2 houses. $1,000 dwn.

Good CBS, near 54th St. X-Way with carport, Fla ,CAROL CITY SHOfWG tENTER.S .
porch. Ask for Fred Bettelheim.
: DAYTIME CALL: 151-3659
4SOO NW 7th AVE. PH: 751-8642 ti 1 ('Evi: ings ", Sundays' ; EVES CALL:' 949-0567 or 22&1481THE
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30 THE MIAMI TIMES, Friday, March 14, 1969

Social' Security Like An Investment And InsuranceWhat

CLASSIFIED ADS does Social Security much Social Security Taxes may receive rehabilitation
are going up, and that retire services paid for by Social
c Card mean to you? Is

;'I 20 WORDS OR LESS. $2J)0.) IOC FOR EACH ADDITIONAL WORD. It merely an identificationcard way ment off and'for Medicare you. But is let's a long not Security productive to him return to

DEADLINE FOR CLASSIFIED ADS TUESDAY 6 P. M, or a number card to forget the possibility of Deathor For more information about
show your employer when you
disability.Each .
Social Security contact your
start on a new job?
FOR SALE FOR SALE FOR SALE year thousands of local office located at the
If worker
you are a young workers die
young and leave NW 12th
Grandway Building on
GOOD USED CLOTHING Large lot in Liberty City on "ONE BEDROOM DUPLEX"This this may be what Is going- families whose only income is Avenue and 54th Street. The

Sold for the whole family.. NW 68th Terr between 13th beautiful up and down 1 through your mind when you social security monthly bene- Model City Social Security

Open 10 to 6 Tuesdays thru 1 and 14th Avenues. Call 696- bedroom duplex, newlY'reno- think about your Social Security fits. These benefits are paid offices is open daily from 8:30

Saturday. CLOTHES RACK, 8477. vated in and out, shingle con- card now. And you pro to the widow and to their am until 4:30 and thurs-

14122 NW 27th Avenue. 685- struction, nice location. Total bably have some vague idea children up to age' 18. Also, until pm
day nights 7:30
0322. (M. 14)) Large lot in Lincoln City. SW price $9,000. Good income that if you live to be 12 and benefits continue up to age 22 pm.

109th Ave. and 218th Terr., property. Minimum $1 500- retire, you may draw a check for the children if they do not
GOOD INCOME fCaUis Fla. Clll 696-8477. down, no qualifying, good each month. But this is far
and continue to attend
terms. Drive by 1355 N. W,,. from the true or complete marry
PROPERTY Lot. Zoned duplex. Street to 43rd St., then call us. Fen- picture. The young worker school full time. There are IThITOOTHftCIIEDon't
17 UNITS (ALL FURNISHED) ster Realty, 759-8779. should know how valuable his many instances where social
This is a chance to give your alley. Near shopping andtransporta Social Security is to him and Security payments actuallyare
ion. Next to 1224
self a good income oppor to his family.It really amountsto the only means of keepingthe
tunity. Take advantage of this NW 51st Terr. Reasonable 8 room CBS, 4 bedroom, 2 reverse a 'combination of an invest family together. Often,the

excellent investment of these terms. Phone 865-8218. cycle air conditioners, m e n t and and insurance family of a young worker receives -

18 units. One mortgage. Callus -- dishwasher, window drapes, policy. a total of a s much as

for all details. Fenster Large pool table. Complete.Like storm shutters, carport, yard Actually every worker- $50,000.00 from Social Security -

Realty, Broker, 759-8779. new. Sacrifice for $50. house, tile roof, 80x80 fenced young, middle aged or older- over the years.
691-1503. yard except front. Mango With to disability
Is not only building up protection respect
." 3 BEDROOM 2 BATH trees, beautiful landscaping, for himself for the time benefits, sometimes young
4 bedrooms, 2 bath, FHA$450 parking area. Like new. $18- workers become totally disabled
"No qualifying" this 4 years when he retires, but is alsobuilding
young beautiful home includ- down. $105 month. Modern 500. 2388 N. W. 88th Street. protection for his For them,the disability suffer relieve

ing drapes, awnings, wall to CBS home, near schools, Phone 691-8118 for appt. family if he should die, and provisions can mean a monthly pain. In seconds as millions'do with
shopping and bus. Tubin Real- ORA JEL Many dentists recommend:
check for themselves and their
wall carpet built in oven and for himself and his if
using ORA.JEL until get
tors, 7906 NW 7th Ave. Ph. you ... ...
range, plus many extras.Take FOR RENT he becomes disabled. Also, wives and children during the professional treatment.or'aejel .,.; "
over present mortgage.$4,000 691-4785. when he reaches age 65 he can time the worker is disabled., I' CMW!............'

down payment. Excellent 2 room efficiency. Desire enroll under medicare.You In addition, a disabled person '..,,=;:I.
For the high income family.
terms, Drive by 1059 NW 73rd Beautiful 4 bedroom, 2 bath, elderly lady. 634-8021. complain about how:...........................

St. then call Fenster Realty, with large Fla room and large Furnished bedroom. Use of ::: FOR SALE

Broker, 759-8779. modern kitchen. Carport, tile kitchen and living room Pre- MISCELLANEOUS : Corner 50x105 Duplex lot. ;

CHURCH roof, hardwood floors, awning fer, one who will take care of : Next to 1388 NW 55th St. :
I II! I PROPERTY windows, extra large lot, east place. Call 757-5697. DRAPERIES : ,We Buy Property I :.
Large area 125 x 143 suitablefor : Need Money? See Boron, :
of expressway., FHA terms, taken down, cleaned, decorator '

at present church.but Large can be home converted on lot- $2,000 down. Tubin Realtors, 1 bedroomefficiency.27931/2 folded and rehung.Drapery .:..........538-1340................ ,
7906 NW 7th Avenue, Phone: NW 43rd, Terrace 691-1189. rods installed. LUSTRA/
must be
for church use
seen to appreciate on NW 70th
Room for middle 887-8022 YOUR OWN
age man.
Call Jean
7th Avenue.
St. near
to 3 bedroom CBS, utility room, Don't call until Saturday. 696-
Fenster for appointment BUSINESSA
appliances, tile roof, Jalousie
show. Fenster Realty Broker OLGAThe .
windows SISTER 1.
awnings, freshly
759-8779. lady from the miracle professional car buffer
painted inside and out. FHA Room in private home, Prefer
and makes $100
waxer a
gifted reader and advisor -
3 bedroom 2 bath beauty price $11,500. $350 down $83 quiet settled man. Work. days., will solve any problemsyou week or more. You can do
Drive 3031 163
month. by NW
car p 0 r t e, hardwood floors, Street and call Tubin Realtors 634-9654 have, no matter what. 'it too, easily in 12 weeks
nice location near. schools with step by step In-
Problems such as love, marriage my
7906 NW 7th Avenue. Ph: 691- Nice furnished room in pri-
bus. FHA call for structions. $300-
$17,500 health, etc. First time 1
all information, etc. Fenster vate home. Cooking facilities' here in United States, she invites -
and use of'ntlre house. Married -
4 Realty, Broker, 759-8779. you to come andseeher.She 635-5746
\ FHA Duplex. $450 down. $107 couple or single workingman will answer one free ques-

I 4 BEDROOMS month. Tile roof, asphalt firs, preferred., 758-5704 or, tion over thephone.. She will Money available for

101st St. area. For big family large lot. 92nd St. area.Tubin PL 4..3288.HELP heal the sick. She will make fitst and second

Needs some painting and yard- Realtors, 7906 NW 7th Ave., you feel that you are some- TREATURIGHTCLEANERS mortgage loans on
CBS frame
work $119 month pays all. Ph: 691-4785. WANTED body again., for:appointments Absolutely no charge,'
$450 down.Total$13,500.FHA I : and directions call 758-5915 of any kind unless we
A. Ben-Kori Realtor 759- CAROL'CITY. 4 bedrooms, 2 Laundry man. Salary open. If you want your clothesto make the loan to you.
baths, Fla room,carpeting Pleasant conditions. Atlantis receive excellent care, 3-3304
2425 Call FR
anytime. :
drapes. Well kept CBS in large' Hotel, 2655 Collins Avenue, House painting, rug cleaning, and expert cleaning and

corner lot. sprinkler system, 531-0381. and installing floor waxing and pressing. Bring them to
FENCED CORNER minor plumbing, free estimate nun
fenced FHA
yard. $1,000,with us.
'Nice small 2 bedroom CBS MECHANICAL DRAFTSMAN Reasonable. (Mar. 21))
$96 month pays all.$350 down. 7906 NW 7th Ave. 6914785. Immediate opening. 1-2 years 634-8878. Extra Charge :
FHA terms. A. Ben-Korl,, COMPANY
experience in detail and assembly -
Corner 62nd St and 22nd
Realtor 759-2425 anytime
Duplex $18,000Buy work required. Knowl- Avenue N.W. 2244 BISCAYNE BLVD.,MIAMI,FLORIDA 33137
this two bedroom on each ege of dimensioning, toleran- Get your 6th grade mJ/ Tor
Corner lot for sale. Carver's side with only$1,500 cash totalto cing, light and heavy fabrica- Junior high modern mathema-

Ranches. 50 x 140. 6919314or handle. FHA terms. Call tion essential. Work samples tics. Private tutoring service

634-7486. 444-7301. Arthur E. parrish, requested. Must be U.S. Citizen certified teacher. Phone 681- AIJANITORIAL

Realtors. Call Mrs. Landin, 642- 1241. (Mar. 20))
Duplex. $12,000. $2800 down 7517, 9-4:30 weekdays (an

Located: 18215 -18217 SW102 FURNITURE: Book case $20, equal opportunity employer) s SERVICE

Ct. Mar-DanAssociates.HI5- chest $20, desk $35, kitchen HELP WANTED

wardrobe, chairs, doors, Experienced, 2nd class, FCC FIRST FEDERAL SAVINGS JOB IS TOO LARGE OR TOO SMALL

edger, small items. 691-8118. license required. Must be capable JANITORN.
3 CHURCH PROPERTIESFOR of working at sea on research E. AREA 24 Hour Answering Service

SALE FURNITURE: 3 complete vessels. Should have at Minimum $76 per week Mon.

1 for small congregation rooms of furniture for bed least 3 years repair experience day-Friday, 12 noon to8 p.m.; 759-1760

1 for medium congregation room, living room and kitchen. on transmitters, ,receivers Saturday 4 12 midnight'
1 for .
large congregationAll $150.. 691-4785. radar, Loran, or similar Free uniforms, insurance,
tip top conditionAll gear. You will be train- retirement plan, credit union,

can be converted to other $75 Month Pays All ed on specialized Instrumentation paid vacation. Must have good JOIN' NOW!

uses -- nursing home, hospital 101st St. area. Very nice 2 Permanent position local references. Telephone: AND SUPPORT THE

," private club, school, fun bedroom frame home. Perfect with good pay. Get, in o n the 373-1997 for additional Infor

eral parlor, etc. condition. $8,000 total.'$250 new and expanding field of mation. Carver YMCAMembership

down. A. Ben-Kori, Realtor, oceanography. Write or call an equal opportunity employer
Call Jack Dubin, Realtor anytime, 759-2425. .. R. Sraulln, Marine Accousti- DriveCall
Jefferson Realty 759-8561 cal Service, Inc, 1975 NW S. HOW DO YOUSHAPEUP

3 Bedrooms, 2 Baths River Drive, Miami, Florida
Plus rental unit. 75th St.area. 33125. Ph: 642-7517 (an equal AS A 696.0231.Send your membership to:
Beautiful Lakeside home. 4 UNITED STEWARDESS?
opportunity employer)
Lovely property. $1500 down. 5770 NW 15th AVENUE
bedrooms 2
large Flat Only $500 down Arc you at Uat 20
vets. A. Ben- years
room, assume owner's low Korl Realtor 759- Restaurant help wanted.Apply old? High School graduate? Youth $3.00 Teenage $5.00 Adult $10.00
$106 month mortgage. Brown 2425., anytime, at 6317 NW 18th Avenue. Single, or divorced with no Family $25.00 Century $100.00
Realty 4740 NW 7th Avenue. children? In good health ?
And between 52" and 5'9"with
: 757-0655. FHA TERMS Driver with car for kindergarten your weight In propor ". r.l n..a J IIl1IW_
II, 1301,NW 99th Street pickup from 6:30a.m. tion? Then all you need U I

$300 Down FHA 3 bedrooms, 1 1/2 baths, Fla. to 8 a.m. only. 5 days. Call the United desire Stewardess to become-' at a a I I AGENT WANTEDIN

$64.51 month room, plus efficiency apt. On Youngland, U.S.A. 693-0481 starting salary up to ,
Three Bedroom Home month! SOUTH DADEThe
$500.00 a ,
large corner lot. Plus extra I
$9,000 TOTAL PRICE lot. Well kept lawn, fenced. Registrar wanted for home Interviews will be held at
2329 NW 59th StreetH. Many extras. Allapattah study school Teacher experienced the UAL Soles Office Miami Times.needs a Circulation Manager to I

L.Simon,Realtor 446-5818 Realty, 633-0426. in public or private 100 Biscayne Blvd. service the South Dade area from Coconut Grove f

school preferred. No age limit first Nat'l Bank Building I', to Florida City. Route could be handled Thursday i

2 cola boxes, 2 glass show 3516 NW 10th AVENUE part time or full time Suite 1100Saturday I afternoon or Friday mornii g. This is a fast grwo-

.. cases, one cash register, one Vancant. No qualifying. Movein. Write for appointment to N. area and offers great potential.

adding' machine, large exhaust Albert Alpha Schools, 905
2 bedroom
Large CBS.
\ fan, 7 ton air conditioner Small Downpayment. Buena Vista Station, Miami, 10:00 a.m. to 2:00: p.m. 'I CALL MRS. DAVIS 691-0421 J|
and sink.,754-8011. No appointment
; one 3-way Fla. 33137 necessary
f, Allapattah Realty, 633-0426. t' lEC igliElC?> Ke .":F1l" 11[
, +.1.1tl J

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THE MIAMI TIMES, Friday, March 14, 1969 31

Cashier Checker Training CourseAt SCOUT TROOP #77
Round About The leadership Willis
N ( : !' Lindsey HopkinsA Jules and Joseph Whitehead
', Cashier-Checker Training be held for six-hours a day for Students must regiyr in undertook a project to help
.., Talk ,',,,:".. :' \;.. course is now going on at five days a week from 8.30)I person >in Room 104 of the the family of Mr.Harry Jones.
'II.!.,: ., Lindsey Hopkins Education a.m. to 3:00 p.m. with a 30( Lindsey Hopkins Education Upon reading about the tra-
BY JIMMY "SCOOP" BETHEL. i " Center, 1410 NE 2nd Ave The minute lunch break, Monday r Center, week days from 9:00 gedy in March 3rd's Sunday
90-hour course will prepare through Friday. Eveningclasses ;: ,a.m. to 9:00p.m.New students the Troop started a
IvAN ABOUT TOWN tt's Monday evening about 6:30, Mar. the student'for'employment in meet from 7:00 to>I are taken into the day or campagin from door to door
3, 1969. I got up from my usual}nap, took a hot shower, dressed either small or large stores. 10:00 p.m., Monday through i evening classes each Mondayand to aid this family.
ate a good supper which Included pigeon peas and rice, The daytime classes will Friday for six weeks. _ remain In classes until Anyone interested in donating -
got In my car and drove over to the "NY 125th Street Apollo" the course is completed. The to this worthy cause, may
Theatre" where Julian Cannonball Adderley his band and total call or be present at West
the NORTH COUNTYELEMENTARY CarverRanches cost of the course is
Four Tops (Motown) vocal were Little River Elementary
group headlining the big show. $15.00 (2.00 registration fee,
Talking with Cannonball about himself SCHOOL School, NW 23rd Ave and 83rd
I find him to be a very $5.00 for a complete manualof
modest person. Being born In Tallahassee,Florida,three doz- Negro History Week was observed the entire course and$8.00 St. on Thursday night.All men
en years ago Into a musical family he took interested in becoming a
to the alto sax. at North County Elementary -: for materials.
After graduation from college, he turned to teaching. At the School in February., News member of an optimist club
of nineteen he HOLMES PTA that's being organized in the
age was appointed bind director and musical Activities were held, bulletin
instructor of Dillard By Walter Bow MEETS MONDAY black community to help
High School In Fort Lauderdale,Florida. boards displayed, and essays -' pro-
Today, Cannonball Is a giant in the Afrojazz world of music. written by the pupils on Negro Mr. ArrleSmlthandhiswlfeLaura 1 There will be a special, mote wholesome and constructive -
His worldwide success has not altered his vital personality. Negro contributionsto P.T.A. meeting on Monday, activities for the
of 1004 S. W, Foster
His generous promotion of new March 17 at 7:45 p.m. in thecatetorium. i Liberty City area youth,
recording artists, his side- American society famous
Road, Hallandale, celebrate!1
please call.
stints as a free lance music writer, his frequent persons and other
appearancesas area bier:' l 18th anniversary on Feb.
At this meeting Mr. Pat- Let's stop and think and do
disc have
a jockey contributed much to our national beat In addition to these activities 23rd.
and have given audiences rick Mooney, our districtI ; something for our youth and
a new understanding the broad the sixth grade pupils Lillle Ruth of 704
and,beautiful jazz medium. His I supervisor, will speak to us, ourselves. Call 691-4963 or
recent mUlion'selling record presented an assembly program Foster Rtd, Apt. 2, Hallan- on the changes to be made, 691-2919. .....
"Mercy, Mercy" has put him in the top ten rating. The Four for all the pupils in the dale, celebrated her 21st
concerning, "The Middle
Tops, vocal group by names: Abdul Fakir, a tenor (of Arabic I school and for the parents in birthday on Wednesday,March 1 School," wherein 7th
heritage) Renaldo Benson, (Obie) Lawrence Payton, and LeviStubbs the evening as part of their will be added grade
12th.VFW here.
Jr. (Levi is,considered one of the finest lead singers'; PTA meeting. The program Post No.8195 will hold I we to attend meeting so that you may obtain -
in the country). The Four Tops sang such songs as: "I Can't i included songs, dancing, history its regular meeting on Sunday urge you first-hand information.
Help Myself', "I Need Your Love", and "The Boy Is in Love' background and biographies March 16th at 3 p.m.All members -
With You". The disappointment came when the Tops didn't of famous persons. The are asked to please be,
sing such hits as "Bernadette,", "Reach Out,F 11 Be There," f for stage scenery was painted by present at the post's home on : $5 Down
"Seven Rooms of Gloom." the boys and girls in the sixth Pembroke Road.

PATTffi LA BELLE AND THE BLUE BELLS', . It was a {grades. Costumes were worn The Ladies Auxiliary to With
week ago that I saw Pattie and her Blue Belles perform on by: pupils having speaking, VFW Post No.. 8195, will hold '
the Jerry Butler Show. Now rye seen them all, but nothing; singing, and dancing parts in their Friday night Fish Fry OnTV's
takes the place of,the Blue Belles.'The numbers the sang like: the program. The pupils in the this week, March 14th. Come J' '
"Somewhere Over the Rainbow," "Old Man River"'and"The choir were dressed in choir out and enjoy yourselves. , I "f' 1m
Wedding Song" were unmatchable.They received a standing robes. A similar program is Comerade Alfred Watkins, r I
ovation. being planned for next year in Jr. is on the sick list at

ROUND ABOUT TALK . Alma"Bunny" Howell (Miami- observance of Negro History Broward General Hospital,Ft.
Dade Junior College student) very beautiful,foxzzy glamourous Week at North County School. Lauderdale, Fla.

and mysterious . Earl, McPhee (He's EOprs GenestaSweeting's ............. ASK FOR USrw. ................
ail brother) the New Jersey State pool Champion.
You can find him around Trenton(The state capital) anytime.
Dionne Warwick's hit"The Girl's In Love With You" dedicated i
to PFC Raymond Thomas son of the Clemon Thomas' of 2345 "
NW 74th Terr. Airman R.Thomas sends love to all of his ,
friends at Miami Jackson High. . Congrats to Katrina Ann :.:
Colebrook-and that Carol City lad, Frank Hattan. (Katrina' is .",.,... 'Ii ,
a beautiful girl)Miami Dade Junior College queen,Mary Young sd " 1 A STEREOS
can do her thing.. Cynthia Cruz pretty(Chinkle) eye angel, ; ,pr d e
a favorite to become "Miss Cinderella", She is a'senior at ,.... : ..
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Miami Killian High School That sister a !
Marian Margaret Plnd- .... .. ..- :J .
er (New Macedonia) is a heavenly beautiful woman. This is JIIai. & FURNITURE
Scoop Bethel saying "Time and Tide wait for no man." C-U- JOHNSON COAKLEY :
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