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Albert E. Manley, president of Spelman College, Atlanta, Georgia, !

poses with 1969 Merrill Scholars, Carolyn I Eilard, Janice Coombs, Anita I
\ 142nd / MARCH / Graves and LaChanze Harrison. \

//Anniversary Wp k \ 16. . 23 \l Two Miamians Receive Merrill Awards .m 9

Albert E. Manley ter of the CommonwealthSchool Court. At Spelman Carolyn is
Dr.
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TEMPORA MUTANTUR ET NOS MUTAMUR IN ILLB president of Spelman College, and chairman of the an honor student and a mem-
I Atlanta, Georgia, recently an- Morehouse ,College Board of ber of the Spotlight newspaper -
Vol. 46, No. 30 MIAMI, FLORIDA FRIDAY. MARCH 21. 1969, nounced the names of the 1969 Trustees. Recipients are se- s t a f f. LaChanze, the

... . .. . .. .. . .. .. '... .. 4444444 Merrill, Scholar. recipients to lected on the basis' of scholarship daughter of Mr. and Mrs.
the Spelman student body. character and general Thomas Harrison of 16135 NW
: Negro Press Still Lighting JJ They 'are Carolyn Ellard, promise. 27th Ave., is also an honor
Janice Coombs, Anita Graves, Carolyn Ellard and La- student and has had a poem
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The Way To Freedom I and LaChanze Harrison. All Chanze Harrison are both published in the 1967 editionof

"We wish to plead our own cause. Too long have others are junior English majors interested from Miami and both attended "Focus",a campus literary
spoken for us. Too long has the public been deceived by mis- in creative writing. North Dade Junior-Senior magazine. She Is consideringan
representations in things that concern us dearly,though in the These scholarships for a High School where they were African country as her
estimation of some mere trifles, for though there are manyin year's study and travel abroadare outstanding students. Carolynis choice for next year's travel
society who exercise toward us benevolent feelings, still made possible by Mr. the daughter of Mr.and Mrs. and study, while Miss Eliard
(with sorrow we confess it)there are others who make it their Charles E. Merrill,head mas- Lodie Eliard of 16521 NW 19 plans to study in England.

business to enlarge upon the least trifle, which tends to the
discredit of any person of color . .

oppress-"The civil rights of a person being of the greatest value, it .ASP u.s. Pressure May ForceWASHINGTON

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our bretherenwho are qualified the laws of the differ- .. .
upon .....
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ent states) the expediency of using their effective franchise, .d'Mrs n-
Merger of FAMU And FSU
and of making an Independent use of the same. ." Coretta King
These words were written by John B. Russwurm, the first

Negro college graduate in America, and the editor of the na- Coretta Says -Before the fourth and fifth to be threat- Civil Rights spokesman saidno
tion's first Negro newspaper, "Freedom's Journal". They year ends, federal civil rights ened with 'a cutoff of federal review of Florida's unI-
appeared as part of the initial editorial outlining the objec-
Investigators will undertakean money. Similar warnings were versity and Junior college sys-
tives 142 of the newspaper in its edition in March 18, 1827, some Ray Wdn'fTell inspection of the Florida issued earlier to Arkansas, tem "has been scheduled, as

years ago. university system that could Louisiana and Pennsylvania.Out yet." The Atlanta regional
The editorial continued, "in the spirit of candor and humility force a merger of Florida of some 4,000 students, fice has Just not gotten to it
we Intend to lay our case before the public, with the view All State and Florida A and M Universities A and M has 10 white students.It he said.
to arrest the progress of prejudice, and to shield ourselves also has about 25 white In reviews of systems in
f against .the consequent' evils.;We wish to conciliate all and to The shadow of the future wasP faculty members. FSU has 200 other.states, he said, "one of
Irritate. pone, yet we must be firm and unwavering in our LONDDZ.idow, ,pt>(I cast this week when the Office Negro'students among stu- the things we kept finding in ,
principles and,persevering In our efforts." slain civil rights leader Dr. of Civil Rights'in the Department dent body 'of 15,000'and no, a number of colleges is that
Thus was born the Negro press in America, Just'108 years Martin Luther King Jr. said of Health,Education,and full-time Negro faculty mem- where the state is maintaining 4
after the first Negro slaves landed at Jamestown.The role of Sunday "There were many Welfare notified Maryland and fcers. The Board of Regents is all-Negro campuses the pre-
the Negro editor then, as today, was not an easy one, and the fingers which helped pull the Mississippi! officials they working on a plan to step up an dominantly white institutionshad
record Is filled with grim reminders of hazards confront- trigger." But she added she were operating racially seg- exchange of students and a hard time even recruit-
ing those who take up the challenge raised by John B. Russ- had "no evidence" con- regated state college systems.It faculty members between the ing Negro students.There was
wurm. spiracy in the assination.Mrs. gave them 120 days to sub- two institutions for certain that black campus for them to

Why then, do Negro publishers persist? Coretta King said last mit a desegregation plan. courses.In go to. The tendency on the part
The answer is'clear, if the Negro is deprived of his press, week's conviction and sentencing These two states became the Washington, an Office of of many outstanding Negro
all of the torturous gains achieved through the years since high school graduates where
of Earl In Mem-
his emancipation will be lost, and tomorrow's Negro youth James Ray there is a really good black
will be at the mercy of the powerful forces' North and South, his,for Tenn.her, to husband's 99 years murderwas in prison campus, as Is the case in the
that still man the ramparts of bigotry,prejudice and discrimi "it states we sent letters to this
"a respite" and that
nation. week is toward those
cam-
must not close the case.
And that is why the editors of this newspaper during Negro puses."
Newspaper Week find it timely to rededicate themselves to Ray has not told the whole
the continuing task of lighting the road to freedom, not only story," she told a new con- Urban League
for our readers, but for all of America. ference at the Royal Common-

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hall. "T her e were many
fingers which helped to pull Tonight
Abernathy Promises... the trigger..n Everyone who is concernedin

But Mrs. King added, "I foitering the progress of
Mark local black is wel-
To community
Campaign have no evidence as to how the
come to attend the installation
killing was done, or If there ,
of officers for 1969 and the an-
others involved.
were
nual membership meeting of '''

Assasination Mrs. King was in Englandas the Urban League of Greater
King guest of the British sec- \ Miami, tonight, Thursday
tion of the Martin Luther King evening, March 20, at New
Foundation. Covenant Presbyterian Church
A "Poor People's Cam- First Amendment rights to orderly located at NW 12th avenue and
paign" through 15 major and peacefully petition Speaking in a'soft voice,the 43rd street.An .
cities, ending with a confrontation the president as well as the widow urged that the case be interesting program has
with President Nixon, Congress for a redress of our kept open "until all those who a g.. been arranged by the committee -
was promised here last grievances," Abernathy are responsible for this crime headed by Dr. Gilbert L.
Thursday by the Rev. Ralph added. have been apprehended and exposed Porter. Invitations to speak
Abernathy to mark the first He said there are no plans ." King was shot death ) have been extended to State
anniversary of Dr.Martin Lu- this year for a "Resurrection last April while standing on a : 7J Representative Joseph KershawCommlssioner -
ther King's assassination City" in Washington.That motel balcony In Memphis.., Earl
Abernathy, head of the was the name given the collection L s a, ; tr W 9. Carroll, and Commissioner
Southern Christian Leader- of huts and muddy lanes She expressed relief that ; .., ttr K F ro'k Y. { ,Athalle Range. Moderator of
ship Conference (SCLC), said where the participants of the Ray was spared a death sen- a panel discussion be

the campaign will commence ."Poor People's March" lived tence. "Bengeance" or revenge Stella Thomas of 1235 NW 57th St., Miami, a Dewey Knight, Dade County
'In Memphis April the place for several weeks. is not for us, she said.
Lincoln University sophomore who is majoring in Director of Welfare.The panel
and date of King's slaying In Mrs. King said she and her will deal with the-New1brust-
addition to Washington, Aber- Capitol 71 Pef. husband had talked "inalmosta biology, worked' in the microbiology laboratory of program of the Urban League,
nathy said he would lead his Nonwhite humorous vein" about the Fred l Karush, professor of microbiology at the Uni designed to build ghetto power
group Into Alabama and toAt- possibility of assassination versity of Pennsylvania where she performed many for urban change by mobilizing
lanta, Philadelphia,. Baltimore' WASHINGTON The population because "I think it helped us of the steps required to study virus neutralization the black community for
and Los of Washington is' now
Angeles. to accelerated action to meet the
overcome our common
research aimed
with The is
finding
at
antibody.
tt was' in Montgomery that more than 71 per cent nonwhite fear..ftOur an pressing problems that require -
King began his integration according to figures re- what qualities on' .antibody needs in order to inactivate immediate correction. "
fight and in recent years his lapsed by the city government.The greatest fear was thatIt a virus. '. Panelists will be Nicholas
headquarters has been in At- report shows that as of would happen at Selma,Ala-.
This brief experience as a "working" micro- Lee, Mrs. Jean Brant, Miss
lanta. July J967, the city's nonwhite ban, a very militant area," Nancy Adams,Raymon Thorn
she said. "He due 'to biologist helped confirm'her resolve to do graduatework
Increased 4.5
was
In Washington, the campaigners population per go ton, and the Rev. Bruce L.
will utilize "our cent over the previous year. there after Memphis." in biology. Robertson.



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2 THE':MIAMI.'TIMES' ; Friday Match 2 1" 1969


New Heads Named for Community Developers Urge


Concentrated EmploymentProgram '


$2!. Billion Boost For OEO

WASHINGTON, D.C. Delegates 650 men and women attending U.S. Constitution be revisedto fluence of the black caucus
Appointments of two key ment, In which he majored.His attending the fourth i the conference. NACD is made reflect the,political posi- was defeated in the final,i ses-
executives JaJDade's war on i minor was in secondary annual conference of the Na- up of OEO community action tion of blacks in this country. sion following a heated debate'
poverty were announced recently education.. He also attended tional Association, for Com- and HUD Model Cities program White House Special Assis- on a motion to eliminate any
by Mrs. Marie S. Carl, Southeast Missouri State munity Development herevoted officials in Negro, tant Robert J. Brown told the future NACD sessions basedon
executive director of the College, where he specialized strongly in favor of a Spanish-speaking and poor group earlier that most of the race membership.White .
Miami Economic Opportunity in "The Analysis andCorrec- larger role for poor blacks in white communites around the anti-poverty programs, including and Mexicans dele-
Program, IDC.Harold tion of Reading Disabilities/ an expanded and reorganized I country.The Head Start, will probably gates joined the black caucus
Later, Mr. Havis taught the anti-poverty campaign. full delegation passed .. be continued the Nixon group to defeat the
proposals
disadvantaged while in the Instead of breaking' the resolutions supporting fair administration. No community after members
pointed
employ of the Sikeston, Office of Economic Oppor- housing Labor Department action agency doing its convention (participants that C
Missouri Public Schools a tunity, the delegates voted to i funding of community action job will be cut off from funds,
usually o r g a n Iz e around
Manpower Developmentand insist that Congress spend programs, and the reductionof Brown emphasized. special Interests and
that
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another billion for the people suffering from training di- the
Training Facility At one $2 pro Howard Fuller, general body could not
time a professional athlete,he gram. hunger by 90 percent in two rector of the Foundation for vent such meetings. pre
played with the New York Nets The conference also voted years. Investigation of graftin Economic Development in
and the Harlem Stars basketball for the employment of more OEO programs was urged, Durham, N.C,. brought the I In addition to the black
I teams. black directors, consultantsand along wlthlnvestlgationof delegates to their feet Cfthe caucus meetings for Negro
supervisors in cap fraud in other federal pro- first session last Monday, delegates, a brown caucus for
I Mr. Oliver was born in Indianapolis agencies, as well as for grams. when he declared that OEO Mexican-American delegates,
Ind. He attended support of black control and The group also opposed the administrations must risk and a rural coalition meeting
Central State College,Wilber- economic development of poor ABM missle system and call losing their jobs to organize i attended mostly by white
I force, Ohio, and studied areas. ed for a national holiday in communities around politicaland NACD members, was also
business The delegates took these honor of the late Dr. Martin
administration at Indiana economic power instead of scheduled at the same time at
f University, as well as actions after they were pre- Luther King, Jr. only providing cooking and the convention.
l attending Southern Christian sented by the 200memberblack Innis also urged the dele- sewing classes. Following the caucus debate -
Oliver Institute, Edward, Miss. caucus. The caucus re- gates to support black)nationa A resolution calling for a outgoing NACD presi-
Harold Oliverformerlyad- Prior to his appointment as f r a i nedfromserlouscriticism lists' 'separatist" policies court test of any limitationof dent, David Hill, of Clevelandsaid
ministrator of the Concentrated CEP director, Mr. Oliver of President Nixon's black communities to "Maxi political freedom or expression that In the future, the
Employment Program, and aided ian evaluations of the role in handling antipovertyefforts. mize" their power. His appeal by antipoverty caucuses would not be
John Havis, who has a wide program i by consulting firm appeared| J,t 0 have little in- workers was also. passed by scheduled to conflict meetingor
employed by the U.S. Depart The black delegation was fluence.He the
and varied experience as an body. any special group to which
educator, was appointed deputy ment of Labor, which is funding the largest blocs among the also demanded that the An effort to limit the in they belong.
director of operations.The the program. As directorof -
CEP, he heads a staff of
appointments completed more than 70 persons.In .

the reorganization of ., addition.-.---.to.... his other ser-
the top level administration Thickcreamturns
of the Concentrated Employ-
ment Program (CEP), 6444 ,
N.W. 7th Avenue. CEP has the
goal of training hard-core unemployed -
youths in the Model i r Ery
Cities area. The $2.1 million
program is also responsbilefor
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coordinating all the other w E '
EOPI manpower services in flavor
that area. every

Mr.Oliver,36,has had long \ 'Y v.J,
experience In manpowef pro-, .4 ; t on "It ,:oJ"', '" ,_
grams.. In addition to .1 yk / .}: :,
he served as director Dayton"j. ,.. ' l"t":
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program in Long . i" ". ,
Calif. He also was ,, Ii' "I'
motivational specialist for the John Harris >
Los Angeles N.Y.C. Program. r'. ;
Prior to that service, Mr. vices, Mr. Havis has taken an "
Oliver was the general manager active part in civic affairs.He % ..'{; '
for a real estate and insurance was once a candidate of the xry"V ; ' ',
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firm In Los Angeles.Mr. Sikeston NAACP, president of "::1"
Havis hails from Dumas the Scott County Economic .
Ark., his birth place. Opportunity Corp., and presi-
He attended Arkansas A.&U dent of the Sikeston Community -
College and holds a B.S. De- Action Agency, as wellas
gree in history and govern- many other activities. :


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First Woman Congressman



With Annual RusswurmsThe r M aR. rk


nation's first black con- M. Shores,member of the Bir-
gresswoman and the young re- mingham, Ala., city council art
sourceful Georgia legislatorwho and Prof, Harry Edwards,who
emerged as a leading figure sparked the black power tUr
during the Democratic thrust at the Mexican Olym-
National Convention were pics, resulting in a new aware-
among a distinguished list of ness of the black athlete as
ten recipients of NNPA's 1969 coaches t and officials on col.
Russwurm Awards lege campuses. I-:4: r h
The awards, named for JohnB. Rep. Chisholm was named
Russwurm, founder of the for being the first black wo-
man elected Congress.Rep.
Julian Bond as a member of NEW CAREER OPPORTUNITIES CONFERENCE AT FMC
Georgia Assembly, has inspired Florida Memorial College In cooperation with College Placement Ser-
a new concept to the vices presented a New Career Opportunities Conference on its campus for the

political South. structure in the .... ... purposeof stimulating and motivating our young people in terms of thinkingand

Sifford, as a professional CHARLES SIFFORD preparing for a new career opportunities. Thiswas the second annual "New
golfer reached new heights president Dr.James M.Whit- Career Opportunity Conference."
aR 1 t with his winning of the PGA- tico of St. Louis. The effort, The purpose of the conference was to bring in alumni and other consul
ww LA-Open tournament last which crosses racial lines, is tants now employed in unique positions to discuss andexhibit the possibilityof
month. aimed primarily at "encouraging employment in these positions after the college training period is over.
The committee cited Judge directing and aiding
Higgenbotham for his consis- young blacks in the medical Several outstanding speakers were brought In. The keynote speaker for the
tent achievements from law and pari-medical field. conference was Dr. M. T. Puryear, president of Manpower Consultants in
/ clerk to Justice serving as an Dr. Jackson's total commit- Pelham, New York. The banquet speaker was Dr. J.. B. Jones, professor of
inspration to young people of ment to all phases of human psychology at Texas Southern. The activities were very well attended Jjy the,
all races. The Rev. Mr. Law- development and civic im-
son served as a moving forcein provement in the Baltimorearea entire college family.
SHIRLEY CHISHOLMfirst pulling together the community notably a voter registration The photo above shows: Standing: left to right: Allen Kent, Art Loeffler,

Negro newspaper, Free- of Memphis, Term., drive which placed Richard Ammons, J. Duckworth, Dr. J.. B. Jones, S. W Baker, W. D. Tobert,
dom's Journal in 1827,are the following the trauma brought :some 25,000onitherolls 1 and John E. White. Sitting: Lawrence V. Jones, D. Carter, Robert Luebke,
about by the sanitation work- qualified her for recognition.
highest National awards Newspaper given Publish-by the ers strife which contributed to The South's long time civil Herb Silva, Joe Cranston, Lillie Jones, David Coley, Ben Cox, ;Sam Lloyd,

er's Association.The the slaying of Dr. Martin Lu- rights lawyer, Arthur Shores, and Len Chromey. Not Shown: Dr. M. T.. Puryear, Willie Latson, Seegers,
announcement of the ther King.A was cited for his leadershipin and Donald McCray. House of Photography photo.
awards including nine individuals nationwide project,Talent encouraging political action -
and the NBC "Today" Recruitment Program initiated among Alabama Negroesto
through the National Medi- the extent that state now
television show made
was by FOR THE
Howard B. Woods, publisherof cal Association, brought the leads in black elective of FINEST HOUSING ACCOMMODATIONSAT
the St. Louis Sentinel and honor to the association's ficials. MODERATE RATES-CALL
chairman of the NNPA awards
committee. John H. Murphy LET GEORGE DO IT! '
president of the AfroAmerican BONDED U I'
Newspaper is president of VOTE MARCH 24, 25, & 26, 1969 *

NNPA. FOR ,)
For the first time, all of the f"F RENTAL '1 1II
recipients are Negro. They i4tAL 1/,0
are New York's Rep. Shirley ; )
Chisholm; Georgia State Rep.
Julian Bond; Charles Sifford, AGENCY
professional golfer of Los An- ,
geles; U. S. District Judge A. - 1)'j
Leon Hlggenbotham; the Rev. >r 46E INC. [ -, ...



j THE LARGEST PRIVATE HOUSING RENTAL AND ,
GEORGE HEPBURN, JR. MANAGEMENT AGENCY IN THE SOUTH, OPERATING

Director North Central District IN DADE AND BROWARD COUNTIES ,j

Let George interests, t
represent
you your your
A fleet of cars and collectors give door to door service for
ideas and needs. .
your A vote forGe ge is a vote I
for.progessive leadership. tenants convenienceA

CTA member for 6 years community recreation center for teenagers and adults "rent
CTA representative for 4 years ree,"fu ml sh.d and air c6bditioned'for your comfort and enjoyment.

CTA committee member for 5 years A public relations department to assist you with your problems.
CTA professional welfare committee chairman
CTA Plood Bank Drive Chairman Tenants concern will stopvandolismondreductthecostofhousing.I ,

Director, Model Cities Program RENTS ARE DUE IN ADVANCE 'a
Dade County Librarian Association, member
Since'1956.
------JULIAN BOND Received master's degree in audio-visual education WE SUGGEST THAT YOU PAY AT.OFFICE, IN PERSON OR BY MAIL

from Indiana University ( .
James Lawson, Memphis civil MAIN OFFICE ',;
rights minister; Dr.James M. WHY NOT LET 'GEORGE' DO IT?
, Whlttlco, president of the Na- t
,f tional Medical Association; VOTE FOR GEORGE E. HEPBURN, JR. 4150 NW 7th Avenue 759-873?

I Dr. Lillie, M. Jackson, Balti- DIRECTOR NORTH CENTR4L DISTRICT '
' more civil leaderAtty.Arthur 14255 NW 22nd Avenue, Opa-locka MU 8-0617

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H. E. SIGISMUND REEVES, Editor and Publisher ---
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STANLEYJ SWEETING, Theatrical$ Editor Speaks ,
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Situation
.., "\.. Migrant Deplorable!
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Advertising Representative
I 4" Amalgamated Pubhsh.nc",
r, read the accounts of the Senate Investigating Commit
310 Madison! New York Having -
Avenue N. Y. 10017 Lest We
,I Memb.r of the Notional Newspaper Publllh.ri'Alloc'otlon' Forget. . tee on the living conditions of the migrant labours In Collier

2400 S. Michigan Avenue Chicago, "ll.|, 60616 County. I wondered If the same conditions existed for mi-
I April 4, 1969 will mark the first anniversary of the slayingof grants in Dade County.The conditions of these camps had been

(I'ZONE YEAR $5.00 SUBSCRIPTION- SIX MONTHS.RATES$3.00 FOREIGN $6.00 Dr. Martin Luther King, Jr. I can think of no better way to, the topic of much discussion following a recent visit by Sen.
I observe that Good Friday than to reflect on the meaning of Edward Kennedy and others. In an effort to find it Dade's migrants -

Entered as Second Class Matter, August 9, 1927 at the Pos Dr. King's life and his death,and to rededicate ourselves to toe faired any better, I called the Community Action Migrant

Office at Miami! Florida, under the_act of.March 8, 1876 continuation of his work. Program Inc., a federally funded organization headed bya

"CREDO OF THE NEGRO PRESS"The Dr. King's phllosphy and life's work were guided his ad- native Miamian, Stafford Sweeting. In response to my call I

the world NEGRO from PRESS believes that America con best; lead herence to the three great principles of nonviolence, democracy was offered, and accepted, an opportunity to have a dialoguewith
racial and national antagpnlsm when It accords and Integration. These principles him spiritual
to every man regordles of his race creed or color his human gave Mr. Sweeting or members of his staff. On arrival at the
and legar.rlghts. fearing courage as well as political direction in the battles of Mont- in Homestead
Hating office
no man, no man-the Negro migrants program's on Monday, I was introduced -
Press strives to help every man in the firm belief that all/ men gomery, Birmingham, and Selma and throughout the struggleto to those members of the staff present. The office

pre hurt.at. ..long. ,.as_anyone: Is held bock. _. _...__. ._,._,. Integrate public accomodations and abolish Jim Crow. And small in Its own right, was overcrowded by the presence of,

they also led him to the great insight which was symbolizedby five young women Interested In the Job training and placement
toe new direction he was moving In at the time of his death.
Metro Should Be Poverty Agency program, one of the many varied services offered by the Community
For we must never forget that Dr.King died In a labor strug- Action Migrant Program Inc.
gle. He died in the midst of an effort to organize the Memphis

Delegate Authority To E.O.P.I. sanitation workers and to win for them union recognition and In my earlier phone call I had asked to be informed as to

collective bargaining rights. the function of the migrant program and this responsibility

It is becoming Increasingly imparative that Metro decide Dr. King's essential Insight was that the civil rights strug- was handled by a Mr, Charles Curry and Mrs. Anna Pearl

soon whether or not it should follow through on a previous gle had moved beyong the need desegregate public accomo- Sanders. To avoid the crowded atmosphere of the office,Mrs.

decision to take over the Economic Opportunity Program, Inc., dations and Into a period in which the requirements for racial Sanders suggested we tour a couple of the camps for an on-

or adopt one of several possible alternatives.The equality were fundamentally economic. He understood that: the-spot look,and we could talk while enroute.This we did, and

most promising of the choices is a proposal for Metroto mere access to hotels and lunch counters was not sufficient if It only went to prove that the old sayings still apply. "Once the

assume only nominal control of EOPIandleave the present black people did not have the money to spend there. And he heat has blown over, things seem to return to normal." (as

organization functioning as it Is doing now. We strongly urge saw that Negroes would not be free as long as they were bru- they were). The migrant laborers of Dade County differ from

the Metro Commission to consider this plan carefully and talized by poverty,He therefore turned his i attention to the those exposed In the recent senate investigation in only one

adopt It. necessity for getting billions of dollars from Congress for em respect. They do have federally funded programs at their dis

At this Juncture, after a faltering start, EOPI is steadly ployment programs, decent housing, and better schools. And posal. The trouble stems from the fact that many of the migrants -

forgoing ahead In a stepped-up program under Mrs. MarieS. he also joined the struggle to organize the unorganized so that In need of these services are unaware of their ex-

Carl, Executive Director, with renewed attention beingpaid the working poor of Memphis and elsewhere might look for- istence. Efforts of the field representatives to inform them of

to the program by the Board of Directors, headed by the ward to life of dignity and opportunity. the availability of these services are hampered in many cases

President, James Matthews. Today the sanitation workers union that Dr.King died tryingto by the perpetuators of these sub-standard living quarters,the

Nevertheless, there Is no reason for EOPI to be hindered build has 5,000 members. These workers have developed land owners.

because of a cloud of uncertainty about Its future The pro, a sense of dignity out of their struggle to organize and out of
gram will be aided greatly In making longer strides towardreaching their strength as a union. Theyhaveachlevedhlgher salaries bile on this tour of only three of the many labor camps
throughout South Dade I found
Its full potential in the War on Poverty if Its admin- Job security, and more humane working conditions, and these that the two door
istrative is defined without structures I had thought to be a one family unit, was actuallya
course clearly further delay. advantages cannot now be taken away from them.
This can be done simply enough by Metro's assumption of, On April 4th, these sanitation workers and ministers from two family unit. The rent for these one room cubicles range

the title of "Community Action Agency," which is now held Memphis will be holding a great march In that city to honor the from 12 to 14 dollars a week. Those camps that do providehot

by EOPI. Metro In turn would contract with EOPI to operatethe memory of Dr. King and to rededicate themselves to the ideals water, makes it available outside the dwelling. A curfewIs

program. for which he lived and died. They are Inviting people of good placed on the use of the hot water provided, It is cut off

This method would give EOPI the flexibility and speed of will from all over the country Join them In Memphis for the around 9 o'clock p.m. No outside solicitors or salesmen are

action It needs to do the job. And so far as the federal officeof occasion. The marchers will assemble In the center of the allowed within the confines of the camps protect the monopoly

Economic Opportunity is concerned, the ultimate responsibility ghetto and they will file silently past the Lorraine Motel where of the owners. The owner of the little Mexico labor camp,

would rest with Metro. they will observe a wreath being placed on the balcony where where three small children perished in a fire, has barred all

Almost everyone with any degree of knowledge about the Dr. King; was killed.They will then march Jo the Memphis City representatives of the migrant program from entering his
program and Its effects thus far in the poverty-striken areas Hall for a'mass meeting. camp as a result of the adverse publicity received after the

realizes that the EOPI Board and staffers in the field and at For those of us who will be at the Memphis march and for fire. Many of the migrants never venture outside the cycle of

the central office are in a far greater position to be responsiveto those of us who will not, I think It Is important that on Good the camps and the fields.

community needs than the Commissioners could possibly be., Friday we all participate In this ceremony of rededication. The I also found that the Community Action Migrant Program

It hardly seems necessary to hammer home the point that principles of violence, democracy, and Integration are being Inc has Instituted a self-help program. They operate a farm

EOPI must be given aU reasonable latitude to help right as bestit challenged from many quarters by individuals who question co-op and a bakery co-op. The co-op workers are paid 31.00
can the wrongs accumulated over years of indifference and their relevance to the Negro struggle and urge their abandon- dollars a week. They receive an additional five dollars for

in far too many instances oppression, direct or indirect. ment for new emphases and new approach. I can think of each dependent up to and including six. When the profits from
nothing more detrimental to the Negro cause or more In violation the Farm and the Baker are realized,theyare shared equally
However, It should be understood that the EOPI of today has of the memory of Martin Luther King.For Dr. King was by all the workers, thus giving them a purpose and a respon-

changed radically since the take over was first proposed. Dur- not only profoundly committed to the goal of equality but also sibility. The mother of one of the three children burned to

ing its formative period, there were difficulties with: budget to the principles governing the means by which it would be death, and the grandmother of two of themhave had Job train-

cuts and delays, as well as staff dissension. Those troubles achieved. And he knew that If black people forsake these prin- Ing under the migrant training program and are awaiting

have been cured, and any decision about EOPFs administrative ciples, they will ultimately destroy the possibility for their placement. The field representatives are often referred toby
future should take the factor into consideration. liberation.
the landowners
vyPHIL as labor organizers, which they deny. The

As presently functioning,EOPI Is the community's strongest only thing I saw that might give this Impression was a posteron

organizational asset In the front line of the War on Povertyand OSSOFERand the bulletin board In the office encouraging membership in

should be regarded as such. There is no reason for any the AFL-CIO.
A well-known
evangelistsays a hair' .
s three
anda
further delay In recognizing that fact and giving the oemg
program that because more and half To sum up the conditions
the status and free rein It needs. years, which equals faced by migrants in South Dade, I
more countries are developing forty-two months, too. would have to say they are deplorable.No one will want to believe -

The present uncertainty can be, and should be cleared up by central governments; since The prophesy ofa"world the hardships these gathers of the harvest suffer becauseof
adopting the policy of nominal control by the County, and the the United Nations is becom- dictator" refer the work they choose. If the medium of television wants a
not
sooner such action is taken, the better. ing truly a world agency for human being may but to, to a true documentary on the lives of these people. I suggest they
an entity
government and that with the equip these
such as materialism, In which, people who must work among this suffering with
development of communica- case It could have been already the proper gear, cameras, sound equipment and the like, and
County Gets Second ChanceOne tions satellites one man can fulfilled. Nearly I feel sure the public opinion aroused by these lessons In suffering
2,000
now speak to 80% of the world,' years will have a im-
have passed since the resounding effect. Ignorance plays an
of the chief contributing factors concerning the housing at one time, we may expect appearance of Him Who earthly said portant role In the apathy shown by many as to the conditions
the world ,
problem in Dade County's black community i been the Urban dictatorship "Surely I come quickly."(Re- around them, and when I say ignorance, I don't necessarily
Renewal Program which took place over three years ago. propheslzed In the Bible. To velations 22:20). Even so mean the uneducated. Itake my hat off to the people whose
Because of this, many black Dade County tenants live in housing quote him: "What I am saying could still be looking forward, we Job it Is to help these migrants,the greatest obstacle appears
is that we are moving toward to be
units which have tremendous amounts violations on them. to a world "Dictator" reaching them.
one-world government, one- only
this time It would be Christ
One example of this was brought to the attention of the City world church, one-world returned for
His
upon return
Commission on their last meeting on Thursday, March 13 at language, one-world labor we were to have
which time 20 tenants from a 106 unit apartment building union, and world-wide indus- world a true one- Editor'sNEGRO ntebnnh
government ("And the e
presented a 63 page document in which there were more than tries. All these are setting the government
r,800 violations. stage for the world dictator shall be upon his
prophesied In the Bible." shoulder" Isaiah 9:6)); one- LABOR SECRETARY

Appalled by the number of violations, and also the slownessIn I would presume he Is referring world church ("And there President
shall be Richard Nixon has appointed Art Fletcher spec-
one fold and ,
removing the violations, Commissioner M. Athalie Range, to Revelations 13:7, one ial urban
shepherd" affairs aid to Washington's Dan Evans as
Governor ,
who acted as spokesman for the group, asked that the City where It speaks of the beast John 10:16): ); and assistant
one-world language secretary of labor. He will be responsible for wage
Cummission pass a resolution to the county calling for the re whose power was to last forty- ("For and labor
then will I turn standards when he the April 1st.
to the assumes post on
duction the number of days a landlord was given to remove two months. "And it was given peoplea Fletcher Is
pure language that 43 years old. His salary will be $38,750 a year.A .
the vIolations. In addition to this, the city Is now drafting a unto him to make war with the they may prime
all call responsibility will be
resolution which would legalize rent strikes so that the county saints, and to overcome them; upon the name of the jects and Manpower development
Lord and him establishment of contact with and local gov-
could Intervene after a reasonable period of time had been allowed and power was given to him serve with one ernment mayors
for the removing of violations and collect the rents, and over all kindreds,and tongues, consent Zephaniah 3:9)). republican making him one of toe highest ranking Negroes in the
the
administration. at
use the monies collected to remove the violations.This is patented and nations." When all flesh recognizes Republican He gained Nixon's attention

after a similar law in New York state, which was designed According to the Bible(Eze- this heavenly "Dictator", all form committee National to Convention when he went before the plat-
whites
for areas having the same kind of problems as many klel 4:6) each "day" signifies the prophesies will be ful blacks Indians promote new action politics for ,
black communities here In Dade County. a year In prophesy, so forty filled. Then all mankind will listed,man and and pinks. Fletcher Is the son of an army en-In
and two months would be be the servants of God toe Pasco rose to prominence as a city councilman
It Is our hope that the County Commission whose where he formed the East Pasco Self Help Coopera-
1260
prece (42 x I: 30) years.Interest- "Dictator". "For what Is a tive to Involve
dence allowed the Urban Renewal to take place In the central ingly enough, some "biblical man profited, If he shall gain credit union local residents In building a shopping center,

district without proper planning for the relocation of tenants, scholars have Interpreted(In the whole world and lose his Fletcher and supermarket In a predominantly Negroarea.

will vote in favor of a legalized rent strike law. Daniel 12:7): the "time, times own soul?" (Matt. 1626.: ) Rams and Colts.I was.once a professional football player, with the




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SCHOLARSHIPS GOING BEGGING L-
r The Young Men Progressive Civic Club presents Its second
Five scholarships in medical technology at annual Gospel Caravan, sponsored by the Richmond HeightsJr.
Junior College are going begging, the sustaining High PTA, featuring the Biblical Gospel Singers of Call-
Fellows of Mount Sinai Hospital reported. Because the fornla and the C Lord C's and many others, March 24, 8 p.m
arships have not been claimed by qualified high in the Richmond Heights Jr.High auditorium.Admission$1.25
dents, the deadline for applications has been extended to advance $1.50 at the door.
15, Marshall Rosenberg, project chairman said. One Y Group six of Second Baptist Church presents"Miss Fashion
year scholarship and four one-year scholarships have Show 1969" featuring fashions from leading stores....Young
offered by the hospital to encourage study in Sophisticates, Tiki, Jefferson, Josees Casual and Sandrells,
X-ray technology, medical records, librarianship, March 23 from 3 to 5, at Second Baptist Church Breezway
supervision and other fields. Donation $1.00 adults $.50 children
The Upward Bound program will begin its third year Congratulations to Reginald Whitehead the son of Mr. and
University of Miami this summer. UpwardBoundisa Mrs. Thomas Whitehead of 14540 Polk Street for his out-
program that seeks to help dlsadvantagedhigh school standing performance in the Oratorical Contest sponSoredby
and motivate them toward college. The program is the Optimist Club of Kendall. Reginald won second place
by a $67,774 federal grant and $16,943 from the st
and was presented a trophy for his informative speech "Re
and will take in 80 students from five Dade County of "
spect for Law Cornerstone Citizenship. The contestwas
8 SWIMMING POOLS RE-OPENED BY METRO Yorkshire Inn March 12.
held at the ,
Eight Metro-operated swimming pools re-opened last

on a daily schedule with hours from 9a.m. to; noon and 1 Mrs. Maethel Mitchell is announcing the mar- KILLIAN HIGH FOCUSOn

to 5 p.m. Mondays through Fridays. The pools are at of her sister Miss Mae Ola Dennis to Mr.
the Cougars campus this week we find many activities
Park, Cutler Ridge, Little River, Myrtle Grove, -
Airport, Norwood, Richmond Heights and Tropical Gordon on February 15. The bride is the occurring.Monday,.Quill and Scroll, an honorary Journalismclub

a ugh t e r of Mrs. Ruby Dennis, and the groom's sponsored a St. Paddy's Bake Sale.
GOT A COMPLAINT? TELL SHERIFFTo On Friday the band participates in the vocal contest.
and
Mr. Mrs. Homer Gordon.
channels are Saturday the Pan American Club (which consists of students
register your complaint through proper ,
E. Wilson Purdy has made available 60,000 leaflets taking Spanish) will sponsor its annual car wash.
complaint procedures. The leaflets may be obtained by of entertainment will provide excitement and enjoyment This week the 15 Silver Knight candidates report for interviews -
Ing the Community Service Section, Public Safety hours of the fair.Congratulations at the DuPont Plaza Hotel on their prospective date.
1320 NW 14th Street, Miami 33125.A and thanks to members of Kappa Alpha We wish them much success.
oldest college women's sorority, for presenting the Debs who are making their debut on June 6, representing
SIMPLE FORMULAALL check ($500.00) to City Commissioner M. Athalie Range Miami Killian Senior High and selected by the Miami Alumnae
things are possibleto development of a proposed under.expressway parks. Chapter of Delta Sigma Theta Sorority are; Cathy Blair,
him who believes; Among those honored for outstanding service at the Girl Johnynnce Bullard, Debra Chlsm, Juanita Hill,Agartha Laing,
they are less difficult Council of Tropical Florida's Birthday dinner Wednes- Pricilla Redding and Carol Wright.
to him who hopes; March 12 Miami Springs Villas PlayhousewasAlma Lu In sports competition we find the courgar's baseball team
they are easy to him who loves; Crawford. facing Key West on Tuesday on the Cougars field and Friday,
they are less difficult Marie Thompson and Cornelius Moore's wedding reception March 21 they face Columbus at Columbus 3:30: p.m.
to him who hopes; March 16 at Mrs. Llllie Hart's 87th Street home. On band In track competition they face: Monday Northwestern at
they are easy to him who loves; the festivities Willie (popsie) Thompson, Brooklyn. north campus; Friday, Gables Invitational. Make sure you'reon
and they are simple to any who do all three. Good luck tothe following ladies who left for the Job Corps the scene.

Brother Lawrence in Omaha, Nebraska last week;Deborah Thompson,850

Dr. and Mrs. John L. Walker and daughter, Bonnie, 4th Ave.; Louisa Washington, 2600 NW 68th St.; Patricia
ington, D. C. are vacationing in Miami Beach. On 1016 NW 101st St.; Elnora Walters, 7621 NW 6th Ct.; Miami Alphas CarnationBall
to before Deborah Clay, Coconut Grove.
they Jetted Freeport returning home.
The Kappa Silhouettes met at the home of Hazel Mr. and Mrs. Lester A. Kemp, Sr. of Babylon, L. I. N. Y.
Sunday March 16. visiting the Eugene E. Kemps of 2340 NW 66th St.. Lester TonightIt
Forbes is brother of Eugene who is a real estate broker in N. Y. official the Miami to the
Cynthia Key West spending her spring is now issue beautiful corsages
with her grandparents Mr. and Mrs. Erskine W. Mr.,and Mrs, Virgil Smith, of New Yorkare vacationing on Chapter of the Alpha PhlAlpha early I arrivals at the dance.
Dorothy and Fred Martin motored to Delray.Beach pro"f Beach. Mr. Smith is a mortician in New York. Fraternity, Inc., is all set for
tend the funeral of her sister Ethel Bowleg. Mr4: and Mrs. Lemar, N. Y.C.are sunning in Miami Beach. another record-breaking attendance President Oral Allen and
Edythe Thurston and Bernice Cooper motored from The week of March 17 23 is set aside for talent auditions at its annual Carna- Brother Earl Allen, chairmenof

nadina to check on Edythe's daughter,Maxine who is experienced actors and actresses between the ages of 20 tion Ball. The date is March Fraternity Activities,along
ating after surgery. 44. Auditions will be held evenings at the North Miami 21 the place is the Bayfront with their entire committee,

Maude Chandler who has been nursing the after on appointment.Pied Park Auditorium and the mu- are Jubilant over the pros-
the Hong Kin Flu is a patient at Christian. "Piper Playhouse production of "The Kids Celebrate sic begins at 10 p.m.As usual, pects for an even greater attendance -
Med-Dens celebrated their fourth anniversary at continues Saturdays at the North Miami playhouse there will be continuous music than greeted them
House. Easter, starring Angelo Rutherford of the "Gentle coming from the able mu- last year. The president ex-
Oscar and Johnson have the series. Curtain is 2 p.m. his in this man-
Sybil Joined grandparents sicians of the W. C.Baker and plains position
Daughter, Juanita and hubby, Joseph Whitted are Visiting at the home of Mr. and Mrs.Mose Russell is Mrs. Roy Rolle Bands.Invitations ner: '"For the last several
the birth of their first, a girl, Sybil Gabrielle, 7 Ib M. Lewis (Mrs. Russell's aunt) from Verona, New have been issued weeks friends all about the city

March 18, at Cedars of Lebanon. and the mad rush for good have been asking about the date
Houseguesting with Betty Alford are Mr. and Mrs. "Louis Tasse, Supervisor of Community School; Robert tables will begin on Sunday, and wishing to be very certain
Freeman of Harrisburg, Pa. On Saturday,Betty had supervisor of South West Area; Pete Bucholtz, Filer March 16th. Again this year, that their names would be Included -
in fr bridge to meet her guests. High; Franklin Clark, Primary School "C"; Ed Gehret Brother Welters, at his among those receiving
Melba (Scavella) Lee is down from Norwalk,Conn for Elem. and Eddie Pearson, Ada Merritt represented Brownsville Drug Store at invitations." "This,' he con-
cation relaxing in the warm tropical sunshine. Melba County Community School Directors In Flint
,Michiganat 4634 NW 27th Ave.,will handle tinued, "has caused the fraternity
houseguest of the Raymond Heasties of Brownsville. Ninth National Community Education Clinic March 12-14. all table reservations with to leave no stone unturned -
Friends of Dorothy Chaney are happy to know that theme was "Community Education is people". courteous as s is tan t s. Arrangements that would add to the
back to school after minor surgery. Stanley Robinson is The Florida Council on Human Relations is sponsoring a have been made to pleasure of our guests

tient at Christian; Mrs. Estria Peterson is Dish Supper on Friday, March 28 at the home of Mr. ..............................-....-....-....-.........,...-----.-............,..'"'""" """ I"
home after a month in the hospital. But Livingston Mrs. George Brunt, 2555 NW 159th Street. IUIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIII ,IIIIIIIIIIUUUUlUlWIIIUlIllIllUUIllIllttllllllIUlIIIUIIUIiI IUIIIIIIIIU'"
only had to stay a few days at South Shore and is now at ; I
Mrs. Gladys Bain is home 1750 NW 75th St. after a MAYS DRESSES
Cedars; Gus R. Love has suffered another stroke. At CampChoehowfefee I :lj JR"pQJtfrJi: :: RQW"
Relaxing in the warm tropical sunshine of Miami : ;
PMH>R.OFf?
and Mrs. J. Donald Wilson of Flint, Michigan who ,

houseguests of Rosetta and Zeb Vickers. 377 of cadettes Girls ,,;\" 'rCH'" ,'vSC", lp",0 1) WAREHOUSE OUTLET
Alexander W. Brooks has been elected an assistant :
er of Miami Beach Federal. Congratulations! went to Camp Choehow- ; f IHq'H tRiQ: $ :

r Prof. Robert H.Smith of the department of sociology, FA in March Richmond 7. This Heights RIIW.I.: ': 2800 NW 5th Ave.
camp
was the featured speaker at the Dade County Council of ,
ent-T each er Associations' family life education trip was a good experience (CENTER OF THE GARMENT DISTRICT)
cadettes in 377
new troops ,
Tuesday at Temple Israel. 480 who had never had any J' 1t: : OFFERS YOU THE LATEST STYLES
Word has come to my desk of the death of Arthur
Philadelphia on' Friday. Funeral services will be held experiences such as $AF"t
and dis-
walking long
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20 in Philadelphia.
Congratulations to Arthur Lee Coverson the newly ,R l.' F' Dresses Suits Cul/offes/ I
Choehowlette was the I
ed asistant principal to Central High School. Camp ' R'YOV'R'
spot for these new com- Values To $19.99
On Monday Morris Lansburg hosts Roy (
to learn about caring for e9. ( SAC
a special luncheon at the Deauville.
all for mp, traveling, hiking,
Calling teenagers "rally righteousness" out and in general 86 I
demonstration scheduled for March 23 2
Sunday
p.m. the duties that all girl NU-KAIR ....
Our
Orange Bowl. It will be their answer to the disgusting must know. At I
bition of Jim Morrison at ::#
and the Doors a recent ''' iI' :, 1'td'\1.di"t" ""hl'l ;
30 girls participated , OneLow
Dinner Key Auditorum. j.d J'' r qro Oh,Q" ',P 'ft.t
the leadership of Mrs. r" i ,j CI, ,
The Dade Chapter of Florida Nurserymen and Growers .Q IcnroliinJIII'i'9
sociation has nine $200 scholarships it will award to and Mrs.RubyAl- : '. "i, ,k /,' Price .
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Troop 377 and 480 meets t v 'J"i1YaTI irt".JI: : ,:,' ,
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fied students wanting to attend Miami-Dade Junior ,
atSt. Mary's Church d' d rl' >' \
study horticulture. Dade Chapter F.N.G.A.\(666-4616)). NW 48th St. and 8th Ave. A> "1'1",." Morlth"S'" ,):: :t{P"Y" O"I \
Six American women including leaders of five "
)<1 ,
Carol Hilton, reporter. I CASH REFEXCHANGES
tions, will visit France as guests of the French
March 12 April 18. Among them is Mrs. Elizabeth .,....................... Temple Add, ', *

director of the Women's Bureau of the Department of i GO TO CHURCH i
one of the top women in the Nixon administration. tEMPl'J': ,
It's a date Senior Citizens' Fair March 21-24, : SUNDAY .: l.ifhJH: :.: .. 3PEN DAILY: 9:30: 5:30: SAT 9:303:00
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.'. I Countywide Police AppreciationWeek

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/ countywide campaign to with a luncheon at the Miami
mark Police Appreciation and Springs Villas honoring police -
: Recruitment Week has been chiefs, representative of-
y r launched by the Crime Com- ficers and mayors of Dade
mssion of Greater Miami. County and its 27 municipalities
The week begins April 28 .

Columnist Jim Bishop, who
BY STANLEY"SWEETS" SWEETING irArrii'f'a! ii reer.' comes from 4 family of po-
LINE-O-TYPE Her fiance is a graduate of licemen, will be the featured

I Glenville High School of speaker.
THE LITTLE RED BOOK: Classroom Teachers'Association yj.N9" ,H, Cleveland, Ohio and furthered During Police Appreciationand
(CTA) has 22 candidates vieing for eight off ices.Among them V : .,;/>-, ,',. :;:".:f\f.'J:, ', ; his studies with a major in for Recruitment Week, many
are two blacks: George Hepburn opposes Al Goetschius and , !;., <,', << ' "", eign languages and a minor organizations, schools,
Maurice Simmons for Director of North I ..,:, ,,'f"; "';Jo4-t.-l ,. ;' in music at Western Reserve churches and synagogues will (
Central District; Manuel Fryar opposes his I University. He is presentlywith stage special observances, i
lone opposition Cal Magness for Director of Gloria J. Kight, 1728 N. W. HYLOR-WELLES Sue Record Company as noting the many contributionsof
South Central District. Thomasena Lindsey r Third Court, has joined the Mr. Wilford Hylor announce a musician, composer and the various local police departments -
is unopposed in her bid for CTA secretary firm of Ferendino/Grafton/ the engagement of his daughter band leader of the Invaders.The \
. Members of Charmettes toe from Dade, Pan coast/Architects as a Mary to Mr.Billy Welles, wedding is planned for The program was launchedby
Broward, palm Beach and St Lucie counties clerical assistant and mail son of Mr. and Mrs. William. May 11, Mother's Day.TOOTHACHE. a special Crime Commission -
wiged up to Tallahassee Feb 22 to organizea 4, clerk. A former student at Wells, Cleveland, Ohio. Committee headed by
new chapter of Charmettes. Bernice Miami-Dade Junior College, The bride-to-be graduatedfrom Mrs. Kenneth Kniskern and
Greene of Dade chapter is president of fivechapters. Miss Kight formerly was em- B. T. Washington High Mrs. Gordon Taylor. Judge
. Former Coco Groveite and ployed with Ace Letter Ser School completed her under- Arthur E. Huttoe is Commission
.. vice Don suffer -relieve
Company and the Biscayne
cosmetologist Betty carey-BUllard celebrated another birthday graduate work atTuskegee Institute pain In seconds as millions do with president.
down In Richmond Annex Post Office. For in 19 68.She is presently ORA-JEL Many dentists recommend Police AppreciationandRecruitment
Heights March 11. . Little Stephanie using ORA.JEL until you get
the architectural firm she is
Duncombe, age 11, baked her first chocolate cake last Sunday teaching at Liberty City professional treatment. x""l3P"rVorajel Week will end May
(Mar 16)). in charge of the central filing Elementary while continuing I. "'GteII......' 4 with open houses at the police -
11.
NOTES ON A NAPKIN: Twenty percent of the 2.5 million .system and mailroom to pursue her singing ca-< ".........., departments -

Negro children in 11 Deep South states are now attending integrated
schools. The survey by the Office of Civil Rights,
Department of Health, Education and Welfare (HEW) shows
that more Negro: children are attending Integrated schools
under voluntary plans ((25.6%) than under court orders((11.5 0)). BR ID I N''S

The Southern states recording the highest number of Negro iN 4 p.
children in integratedschools are Texas((39%)and North Caro-
lina (28%). The lowest are Mississippi and Alabama at 7%. (j
SALT WATER TAFFY I .d'.
: Leonard Poitier's older of two ''J{ \. "
daughters Vera Poitier is planning an Easter Sunday walk up- uy '/." I'Irt.
the-middle-aisle of St Francis Xavier Cathedral on Govern t $ .",.", > .' .
ment Hill in Nassau... Mrs Katie Heastie t"ir'" ; '; t ,'. ,' j'' \ .., 'f ,
climaxed her Nassau fl' t d''I, ,, ,": J' ,\; i,' '\
sight-seeing Junket with relatives and friends. . Donald I r
(Scooter) Huyler Mar 2 in her Northside apartment .. Is
t .
> ry
there a resignation pending for a Parkway General LPN ? ? ? 4 .
Mrs Eliza Nabbie of Atlanta houseguested with Harry and I f1.
Vera Nabbie of Opa-locka for five days. \ :. '' ....
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THE WEEK'S WASH: There's a Baptist minister aboard ,1'f.\ :

who's about to shelve his vestments. .. Horse and dog racing '
enthusiast Cecil Sweeting underwent surgery at Mercy hosp oIJ: '.'
. I like Bill Bayers'coinage via his Channel 10 (One Man's !I"";
Opinion): "Georgiahassee" . Mary Kemp's grandmommyMrs "
Hattie Hammett of Atlanta down on annual visit. . Al- .' I '.' ;. ',', .
bertha Duncombe's brother Charles Higgs had neck surgeryat t11\ '! : ( .. .
Jackson Memorial . Daryl.Youngblood, now 21, has his 'i' ,!i 'f. ,li : '"
eyes set on an August merger. .*West Hollywood (Fla) VFW, ,'" ''11: ..1)1\! t'
sepia unit's treasury now bulging at the'seams since Walter :Jl'r'" :':' Irvt.fitJ! ':.
Bowe was sworn in as Commander two years ago. . Charles I i r .::::. t r''I'
the Marti's years.pretty wife Alice (of Opa-locka) gets prettier with 5 c:; o .(,I

'STUFF AND SUCH: The Critics Speak John Miller (En- A R / F sY i I
quirer) "The NAACP is awarding Sammy Davis Jr its highest
honor .. the Spingarn Medal. for doing the most to further : ?!
inter-racial understanding"'. . Joyce Haber (MiamlHerald)
"A va Gardner and Bill Cosby are co-chairmen for the May 11 \
benefit at Manhattan's Waldorf-Astoria. Actor Brock Peters
and Bobby Zarem have corralled Dinah Shore, Jack Lernmon, tLwc'a
Lena Horne, Diana Ross and Duke Ellington entertain at the
benefit for the Free Southern Theater which supports work- a
shops in black communities" . Ed Sullivan (New York ai 'i
News) "Fight world rooting for ex-champ Ezzard Charles, i ,..,.', J"f !,; 1
bedded in Chicago with crippling sclerosis (Rocky Marcianoand ., ." : rr ''I',
Archie Moore recent visitors)" ;:; tor r: ',//J\I

SCRATCH MY BACK:Herbert(Stump)Johnson out of Cedarsof '':Y a :; ;:toj
Lebanon after five days of bedded illness. . Gayle and '. IfQ v.'\'
Ivern Sweeting (my 2 brats) on the mend from the Hong Kong _; / ,,, .,
flu after 10 days of sniffles and sneezes. . Catherine Mc- I'i.
Cartney-Armstead (of the House of McCartneys)Vera Forbes, ( '. "I,:. ;,.:I',.

Bernice Cava, Dorothy Cooper and Charlie Mae Miles graduated ?.''.',
from Lindsey-Hopkins BPF Building last Tuesday nightas
LPN's (licensed practical nurses). James Johnson received -. .,
his papers as a male nurse . Gospel singer Mahalia :.
Jackson raised a ruckus atCBS-TV-City in Filmland other t
day when she returned to her dressing room and discoveredthat
a sneak had theftedl,400all$100bills( ) from her purse.

SWEETS' TREATS: First all-out nifty for Atlas Lodge and
Antlers Temple new Elks' Home will bea'Mad Hat Tea' Sun- A 1
day, March 30 from 4 to 6. This annual Spring Fashlonette
headed by Dr. I. G. Pratt as Worshipal Matron of Victoria TH
Ward chapter No. 86(Order of Eastern Stars)is headed for a
gay evening. An ironic note of the day Is the fact that a female
fraternal unit of the Masonic Order will show off its wild and
crazy bonnets in an atmosphere of fraternal Elkdom.We pre-
dict, however, that this Sabbath outing will be a lulu as the
after the of of better- . .... .-
OES chapter is tagged name one our 5
known and highly-respected deceased pioneer citizens Mrs
Victoria Ward. And we're sure you won't let her down.
Afro-American insurance ; y.Sole! Easter Dresses
YOURS
CONFIDENTIALLY : exec :
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Clarence Davalt here again on a brief stay following his transfer '. ,. .'...j"q
to Tallahassee as manager of the Capitol City branch. A ':, "
.
I. :; ,, : ," :" b ;
former FAMU all-America foot-baller, Davalt was president . . .., :; full of fashion, r' ".:1. t. > <',
.
,
I,
of the Collegians Club during,the time of his upstate transfer .::"w;;.? .-f ' .!.' ,1''.ny I'; A Jrtl'
.
;
:,. ,.A : ,: ';:I:,,, .r; ''r '
final ; ,
Daniels'
. . Billy appearance tonight (Thursday) at ., ,,
Harry's American Show Room of the Eden Roc . .Ray . ." .: 5.99 . 'j';", 1\11';' .'( f
''' "" '
Charles opens Newport resort-motel's(Ocean at 167th)Spring ." ; 1t 1
Jazz Festival April 4 . Frontiers International peddling '
ducats for an overseas Atlantic hop to Nassau. It's a door- ., ,I' "'( :. Reg.;. 7.98.$12. Easter fashion parade for big and little girls! )t, '

prize affair for 3166 NW 53rd St at 6:00 on Saturday, March .1\: }A-lines, fit'n flares in cotton, polyester voiles, Dacron polyester/ :.O{ **>, (
22 when the 'trip to Nassau' winner will be announced. It's '
cotton. Springtime fresh pastels all washable. Shown : .
... just two ; t
sorta nice, that 'winner need not be present, because my ,
chariot might be late getting me there. . The Charmetteshave from group: A. Flocked dots on sheer, fully lined. 714. B. Ruffly

finally set the date for Afro-Americanding-a-ling. neck, sleeves. Ribbon sash. 36x.,
It'll be an 'After Five' affair on April 11 at Bayfront Park's
audit young people's world, all 7 Burdine's stores




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8 THE MIAMI TIMES, Friday, March 21, 1969

CEP Has Open House SundayMr. ,,--------------1 Addie Reports MOONLIGHT B4RBECUE & DANCE


Harold Oliver, executive Mrs. Barbara Gross, com On Musical Arts Sponsored by
director of the Concentrated munity relations specialist
Employment Program has made extensive plans, By ADL'INE PONTIPHFLET Frontiers International Service Club
__ _ _i'- to be held at
presents open house Sunday, along with the CEP staff to -
March 23, 6444 NW 7th Ave. make your visit pleasant and Musical training is a mere 1969 Spring concert would be 3166 NW 53rd Street
beginning at 3 p.m. to 5 p.m. interesting.Dave potent instrument than any not only with the Performing -
The citizens of Dade Countyare Bondue Is community other, because rhythm and Arts Society Chorus but in SATURDAY, MARCH 22
cordially Invited to visit relations officer.FANTASY harmony find their way into a piano rendition of the beau-
the CEP office, and see what the Inward places of the soul." tiful "Rustle of Spring", a
CEP Is about. This program OF FASHIONSThe sinding composition which Mr. Starts 6 p.m. until?
desires to bring together La Pierre tells me she inter-
one big effort, all available fashion show of the prets most artistically. The Donation: $1.00 Door Prize
manpower resources to overcome year, "Fantasy of Fashions" conert Miss Delaney speaks of I
} the varriers to unemployment presented by Randolph's Kin is a private nvitatlonal affairto
I and underemployment dergarten's PTA on March 23, be hell in the fabulous La-
I and to assist our residents at Bonded Rental Hall, 4150 Ronde Room of the Hotel Fon- DON'T MISSI lit MIAMI AMA SHOWING* t
to prepare for those kind NW 7th Ave, from 3:30. 6 tainebleau, Sunday afternoon,
of Jobs they have been unableto p.m. Clothes by Lory's and June 15. 1 131 N.E 19th ST.. MIAMI,
obtain for one reason or an King the Taylor. Come one, I Ampl.Poitunq, e/e\f Vu)(ll
*
other. come all. We have asked all our.members 1SEXCJTING HITS'V'OR APILTS2") -

society what they to would be most considerthe out This it themodneii Plus! It'. U All Hew

standing for and Miss Elaine and the search for the Wild I | GIRLIE ,
1st IHOUSE ON
5 the | FROLIC
;. agreed that she enjoyed "LAYOUT" 69th ST
in
color
DRIVE IN SHOWING splendiferous atmosphere in
I
which we give our concerts POflflVILY NO ONI UNDIHU ADMITfiD!
I SCREENED AT not to mention the absolute

f 7:00 & 10:25 ELAINE DELANEYMr. discipline with good production.Our which went. along The Hottest Show In Town! (o'f'9 oo 4Q,!
Plato would have been
Midnight Show Every Night STAGE SHOW:]
happy to use his famous wordsto blessings to Miss The Comedy Star of "Lady In Cement" '3i30 8:00

My father My daughteris member introduce for our this guest week society, Miss Elaine Delaney and to you our PAULY DASH 1,,30..124s

is impossible public, please be nappy, love ON SCREENFIRST
!
impossible! Elaine Delaney. 'Elaine became With Mia Gardner
one another. RUN
a member of the Per
He's sore at me because Linda is failing gym class. 'forming Arts Society of The ftextweek, Miss Karen Bui- GALSI GAGSI SKITS! GALSI GIRLIE HIT I Iy

I've been arrested for How can a perfectly healthycausing Paul La Pierre School of Musical lard. + STMI MtWffrMM.1l.imiIThe

a young girldisturbance Arts not a year ago and
fail gym? has already earned her place

on thecampus. All she has to h',.> with in our the very musical fine performers group., All/ NewCONTINENTAL
Q
do is show
'Piano Is her major, having
How did up and take a full intentions of pursuing a CLUB

*, ,'.' .,e. I knowwhat shower. : career in the field of piano
r
I ,"''1..,'"':=.'!' ,v, ;" "'"4" , :."$., "\ .. >. rMelroGoldwyn teaching. Miss Delaney Is only 6000 NW 7th Ave.
:.' .}'9 "<''"'l-i'i.\<:' that .';:1&' '' .. seventeen years old and is the
:.v }; (;'i.:', ". ".' \. daughter of Mr. and Mrs.
t, ; f'"' ".. '' ;,"' '' signsaid '. :.! ; THEW 0 MOU
'
-t '
:( ; { : : \ ; \ Ralph Delaney, presently residing
'" ,y .,. . : ,...ft,1"ZV at 2260 NW 41st St.,
Y "' '
#< the t :
on '\f here In Miami.
t't;. ,',..' t i'L'( ......,,' ,.,';. <" Asked what her hobbles
!.t:;'d! :. *:. '" side? 'i* ; were, Elaine could not"break
away" from the subject of music -
: ,1 I ;: .t ") and vowed that this was

! ) her only Interest. Of course
J her outdoor interests will find
'
"" PP
J;, "\f ., [ r
*" !" her ion a b badminton court if
, t.T.1llJ: "
not 'in 'the swimming pool.

Mayer Presents DAVID N I V EN ,in During her interview, I was
especially charmed by the
sweetness of her characterand
the lack of "spoiling" if
The Broadway hit is now a Hollywood howl
such term be to w m
a can applied
that bridges the generation gap with laughterl
ones character. She did not
starring LOLA ALBRIGHT CHAD EVERETT fail to tell me that her participation 1SOUm CHILDRtNU
and i1trOOucinl! in the forthcoming

OZZIE NELSON CRISTINA FER RARE as"The ImXSSible! GiI1' Til Understand1st
Screw Play by Georjs Wells Produced by IJwrmceWanprbnDirected by WchaelGodonCJ I DORSEYCLASSOF'49
[ Suggested for CEtiEfiAL Audiences E[ KKjMetrocolof G MG BBBHBI
The class of 1949 Dorsey
,= J SPECIAL ADDED ATTRACTION. 8:50 will hold an Important meet TIME IN MIAMI
I I II I If ing on Sunday. March 23, at 4 2-Bands 2Shows1st
ILVIS PRESLEY p.m. The meeting will be held '
at Freeman's Restaurant 8615 SHOW 10:00: P.M. 2nd SHOW 1:00: A. M.
$ t'PANAVISION
f NW 22nd Avenue. All 49'ersare
urged to be present.Telephone
I METROCOLOR 691-9541 or 751-8414. Special Teenage Matinee


L Sun. 4-7 p.m.





; mey minted each other as enemies.., ;t THE NATION'S.

they tormented each other as savages... HOTTEST GROUP

r.. tE they faced each other as men! : _. N ON STAX RECORDS

: SEE 'SI
;; "THE MOST

RVIN 4 -'i SENSATIONALPERFORMERSEVER"j

,: -' MR. WALTERS ;

t Il 1 CIE ,\

*\i The New

\: m: L : Bigger Better

Continental

IN E J\Y 1 Club

pIEIg
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COMING EASTER SUNDAY .


Mr. Walters/ & Patricia's Inc. Annual


1'.4' EASTER PARADE OF FASHIONS
CO-HIT YUL BRYHHER IH ,

"RETURN OF THE SEVEN"





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THE MIAMI TIMES. Friday, March 21, 1969 __9

AFRO-AMERICAN ART '
,
EXPOSITION AT MDJCIn


a search for artisticallyyoung ,t
black students,an Afro t
American Art Exhtbititlon will

be held in April at Miami-

Dade Junior College South. l'.t

Sponsored by the Fine Arts .
'
Department, the show opens F
BY DAVE BONDU .. 'J & ''
'
Sunday, anAfro-AmericanArt '''
Exhibition will be held April PHIL HARRB .NASSAU,CLYDE FRANK_WILLIAMS_ I

....--; KKn :DIl! l I Sunday, April 6 from 2 to '6 vI
p.m., in the Library of the +
Willie Sims is accused of having participated in the gang Tramell Learning Resources
rape of a 17 year-old black girl last month. Willie is the chief
.Center Twelfth grade stu-
spokesman for the Black Brothers for
Progress movement
dents and people out of
young
that started during the disturbance in i
Liberty City last Au- school are invited to enter. 1

gust.When Each participant is limitedto I
he found that he had been accused this
by lady
young
,
two original works, none to 7& JL1
a he and his attorney Calvin
made
Mapp, a "bee line" to the exceed 50 inches in dimension.
Dade County jail where he surrendered to authorities. He
Works ,
I! are to be submitted
was transferred to B r 0 war d County and has been ordered
between March 24 and March
held without bail on the capital charge. The first question is
28 from 9 a.m.to 5 p.m. to .
i why is he being held without bail? Is it because of his activi- Services.Judging
.
Campus
ties with the Black Brothers? I not
am saying he is innocent will take place
or guilty for I do not know but if
Ii' Candace Mossier and Mel March 29 for first, second
Powers could be charged with murder and be allowed ball, and third prizes. These are ,

why can't he. Is it because he does not have the money. . term and one-term scholar-
that Mrs. Mossier had which the
says poor is not recognizedby ships respectively. Funds are
justice? _
from
private donors.
t Secondly, I want to know why a young lady would get Into a ,

car with a carload of young men, none of whom she knew, to GRANDMOTHER'SNIGHT \
t go to a party? .- with another carload of young men follow.

t cc

I ing.Thirdly, how is it that she only identified one man(Sims of The North Dade South ,,'

all people) from what apparently was 11 when you consider five Broward Mother's of Twins

,. in one car and six in another?This whole incident sounds fishy club monthly meeting will

a as hell .-:rand .at course, it becomes worse because it sup- honor their mothers and - r

posedly involves one of the cars belonging to our City Commissioner grandmothers. it's fun and N asses Clyde Killens will present his always popular "Night in Nassau", Sunday,

Sims has previously complained of harassment by games for all."Talk's the fun- March 23, for the first time at the Knight Beat. Enloy the sounds of three bands: Bruce Bene-

members of the Miami Police Department, which they have Bingo's the game." Won't you by and his Miami Junkanooes, Frank Williams and his Rocketeers, Fish Ray's Calypso Band

denied, but It really makes one stop and think of that old say- join us at the First Federal plus Phil Harris and his big show. . ..

Ing of "killing two birds with one stone". We sincerely hope Savings and Loan Bank in the A $25 cash prize will be awarded for the best costume. Cook! home and bring your ,

that this matter can be cleared up .'4. and very soon . for: Friendship Room 2nd floor Bahamian baskets with you. Admission: Advance $2.50, at door $3.00. Call the Knight Beat
The address is 900 NE 125thSt.
here is another provocation for unfavorable public relations Club and make your reservations.Money '

which we are trying so hard to Improve., ", 25.., at. 8 p.m. Tuesday, March


PRETTY GIRL OF THE WEEK: Sylvia Robinson If you haven't been able to

PRETTY BOY OF THE WEEK: Frank Roig make the meetings lately, you
VIP OF THE WEEK: John Dillard must come and catch up on the

MOTHER OF THE WEEK: Pauline Mack growth of the club :and its:

many activities. If you've
Talks !
never come and are the mo-
QUICK NOTE DEPARTMENT: Municipal Auto Sales on NW
of of HOW'Sthe
ther twins
any age
;
36th Street has been accused of
charging people for auto tags time to contact Mrs.
that were already on cars but removed before sale..If you \'
Bonnie Klammer, president,
have recently purchased a car from this company,you should ',
(945-7260)) for any and all information '
check to be sure not r -
your car was previously owned and oper- In any event, it's n ..wl
ated
in Miami
and had
a tag Mr. Arch Livingston, Florida "Grandmother's to
Might I,
Vehicle Commissioner assured you that your money will 1 Howl", Let's show her a good Ok
be refunded by Municipal if this is true in your 'case . The time. //1

Concentrated Employment Program: is having open house Sun

day from 3-5 p.m., at their new offices 6444 NW 7th Avenue. ?ng' .t.

You are invited to come and bring your friends and see first- BABY CONTESTA

hand what CEP is doing in your community and for the resi-
dents of the model city area SUCCESSThe
\
Board of
Dade County Personnel Department is looking for firemen.If Deaconess

you are 19 years old but not yet 26, at least 5'8, there is a Greater New Macedonia Bap- \'
wish to take this
good chance to get into the money. We don't see many of our tist Church ;
to thank each and
brothers on the fire trucks and the jobs are open to you. The opportunity it,
to make I
ofays get the jobs because they apply. Why don't you. You everyone who helped .,

heard that old joke, "it was there for you". Well. . Our congratulations their Baby Contest a tremen- ,{
also wishto
to Lilly Storr . excuse me, I mean Police dous success. They '
Matron Lilly Storr. This lady was in operation mainstream of thank the parents and sponsors 1 V
of the babies and
the CEP program, and I asked her to take the test at the Cityof every- }
who took The babies
miami. She passed and is now a matron. We are proud of one part. Y
in the following order :
her, and wish her much success . Jacques Christian's won : >nh: }'}A

"Dressmakers Dream" Fashion show is being held at the Vincent T. Burke, $115,son

Knight Beat Easter Sunday. It promises to be a "lulu". Don't of Deacon and Sister Edward. 4wy
miss it. Tickets are $2.00 and anyone of the ten models have Burke. .4 8

them.

Valeria Y. Roberts, $106,

An evening of music and fashions for the VIP's promises to daughter of Brother andSister, {}

be a gala affair on Monday, March 24 at 8 p.m. at the Browns- Albert Roberts. :

ville Community Center, 2741 NW 49th Street. This four hour of I'II
Terry James, $105, son
professional show is sponsored by Sunlight Cosmotologlsts Association Sister Bernice James.
and admission is $2.00. Saturday March 22 at ;

10 a.m., the concerned parents and people of Liberty City are Carrie Lou Varnedoe, $65, ):

having an action called "clean-up".They will start at 62nd St. daughter of Brother and Sis- When the talk turns to money, turn to us . for complete"
and 26th Ave.; 61stSt.:and 14th Ave.,and 71st St. and 15th Ave. ter Lewis Varnedo.

If you are willing to help, call Mrs. Inora Wright, chairman, banking service;, from Savings and Checking Accounts to ,

at the L1berty C1ty EOPI 696-4350.Tbat1sit for this week. . Total-raised In the contestwas
low-cost Personal Loans. We're proud to be the family
Till the next one, LIVE LIFE EVERY GOLDEN MINUTE OF $377. This event was

IT. PEACE! sponsored in behalf of Men's bank, serving our friends and neighbors in this community.
Day.
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Learn To Type Complete Banking Services
HAVE YOU BEEN TURNED DOWN BY AN I
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INSURANCE COMPANY BECAUSE YOU Now
ARE TOO OLD OR SUFFERING FROM Auto Loans Personal Loans Safe Deposit Bank by Mall2i

SOME CHRONIC ILLNESS? WILL YOU Beginning typing for adultsis
available to you now at
HAVE ENOUGH MONEY TO PAY THE Booker T. Washington Junior

LAST EXPENSES? High School. All youneedtodois A A

Universal pays Its death claims the same day deathJoin register and begin your

occurs. training You will be glad you

U.N.C.A. did. Typing pays! You may 0 l ld
A A
register in the school office

Universal' Christian; ; Aid SocietyAND each evening beginning at 6:50: t

p.m. How many times have
REST ASSURED THAT YOUR' LAST you thought about learning a Miami

MEMORIAL EXPENSES WILL BE PAID.CALL. skill? Here is your opportunity -
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NOW. to get ahead, to do some-
thing for yourself that will

691-7669 have long-range benefits. .
I register today!





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The Focus

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Happening) By BRENDA JACKSON

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By Garth C. Reeves, Jr.
'J! The mighty Bulls broke two records this week-end.One was
in the Sprint medley, time 1:58.6 the other was in the Mile
Relay the time was 3:23.7 All of this action took place Saturday
IN THE MUSIC BAG: ; f 3 when the Bulls took with ease, the Ft. Lauderdale FlyingL

As in most things, people enjoy a variety. I would assume r r Relays. Northwestern captured this meet for the second
this especially true in music. Today everyone isn't just an straight year. Tab Bennet placed first in the shotput and
R & B fan. People would like to hear an occasional jazz, psy- Ulysess Washington placed first in the Miles Sprint Medley,

chadelic, or classical piece. 4 3 breaking a few hearts.
Well now this is possible.Radio station WGBS has a new bag. Y Z Sgt. David Marrow from the department of Public Safety was
They have developed a pro- guest at the P.T.A. meeting Monday. Mr. Marrow discussedthe
W interesting topic of you and the law.
gram for your listening plea- .4( + Y
sure, that simply won't wait. a Sn Students from the Journalism class and members of the
One of the 10 disc jockeysand Future Teachers of America toured the campus of Miami's
a person whom a lot of peo- F, newest college, Florida Memorial College. The group visitedthe
ple say has the 'baddest' showon college to see what it is like.Interested Juniors also toured
the radio Is China Valles. the campus of Miami Dade.
China's show begins at The Concert Chrous will preform at the West Palm Beach
12 o'clock midnight and con- Festival. They will sing Almight God, Done Made My Vow to
tinues until the early morning The Lord and will do some sight reading.
hours. Each night at 3 a.m. he fy y/ The Boy Counselors are having a Swahiliau dance Friday
features an instrumental, vo- I d ; a night that is promised to be together. The price is Just 35
cal group or male and female cents. Come out and swing with the swinging Boy Counselors.
single. WFUN reporter, for the Bulls, Nathanial Miller has changed
China, having always had avery Sod sue tk Meek time and can'now be heard at 7:30.
close relationship with off Sport activities include: March 21, Baseball, Carol Cityat
the younger generation, knows exactly what we want to hear Pictured aboveTs' TKe very beautiful Mary Alice 3:30 at Manor Park, March 21, Track, Edison Invitationalmeet

and also those things. .. that.we. 'mayJ9e) unfamiliar'with but might Young, daughter of Rev. and Mrs. J. D. Young of 1670 ; March 25, track, Jackson at Miami Dade and .March 26
enjoy. ,,-,.... NW 85th St. Mary Alice is presently reigning as Miss So, take out time any hour of the day and punch your radioto Homecoming of Miami-Dade Junior College and Miss j
710 and you'll understand why it's WGBS from now on. Omega phi Psi. No doubt you have seen this pretty'; 5. ::' r

young lady gracing the first floor cosmetic counter in ,
AT THE PARTY SCENE: our downtown Jordan Marsh. Jackson H.

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tives at Butch's pad. Present at the party were her two sis- I I Raider Rerts" : By ARNETTA WILtL\MS : : : '
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Patricia Newton and | by CHRIS BATES I I
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like to thank Butch and his mother Mrs. Candy Jackson for Edison's Thespians troop has been a successful year,
making her birthday a'happy one. : f will" present plays at the- if not why? SHARON KELLY: A student at Jackson for four years,
Drama Festival Thursday, A. It has been,we have made Sharon Is vice president of the senior class, president of
March 20.Drama Festival will whites aware of the fact, we Visionettes Interest Club,secretary National Forensic League
be held at the University of Mi will not be pushed around, by HUY sweetheart,the Wittiest senior superlative,memberof
CoconutGrove ami. All members of the Edi- the mere fact that we accom- Sr. Mixed Chorus, Tri-Hi-Y, Thespian Troop 495 and is
son troop willl take part in this plished what we set out to do. presently on the Tri.HJ--Hi-Y council She wishes to becomea
BYDARLENE annual event. Total black representation in social worker and attend Florida Memorial or Bethune-
Girls are getting their dance all areas of student life. Cookman College. Her motto is: A good deed is never lost; he
JACKSONHighlights routines organized for the Q. Do you feel that black who sows courtesy reaps friendship, and he who plants kindness
coming Pa vane Show(modern girls have finally taken an honest gathers love. Sharon likes the type of young man who is
dance), which will be held on interest in trying out for understanding, kind, considerate and fun to be with.
the evening of April 11. Girls the varsity cheerleading
Juanita Deshazior, Mattie Bostic, Richard Taylor, and Deborah
who have chosento squad?
beenrecently
HoDkins are soloists at the District Festival to be held
IN OUR SCHOOLS
: become members of this A, There is a much greater
at Carol City along with Sr. Mixed.In observance of Afro-
Coral Gables Basketball Team proved to be the best in Dade honorary dance club will pre- Interest shown by black girls
American Week Sr. Mixed at Miami Dade Jr. College,
County, as they won the Region 4AAA bid to the state tourna sent a number at this time that than that of a year ago. This sang
Thursday.
ment. However the Cavaliers weren't strong enough to upset was used when they tried out maybe due to the fact that there
Tampa Hillsborough, loosing the semifinals, 8464. for the club. will be at least one black girl Vislonettes tapped new members and among the desirable
Gerald Tinker, a senior of Coral Gables Senior High School The play "Search fora chosen for the squad each girls are Jackie Todd, Juanita Reeves, Marinda Mosby, Car
has signed with Memphis State University. Gerald has many Black Future" might be tele- year. men Plaza, Gwen McDave, Connie Brooks, Marcia Gibbs,
awards in football, Softball, and track. vised on channels 2 or 7.Thereis Q. Have you had any unfa- Vallerie Parrish, Betty Gasklns and Sylvia Gray.

The "Sensations" really put on a show Friday night in a strong possibility that it vorable incidents where you MJHS' baseball team defeated Mays high Friday night 10-7
will be shown in the near felt there was racial dislike
Gables High auditorium. They just cut their new record but very ? and outwitted Northwestern 6-2, Saturday morning.
its not on press yet. The "Sensations consist of, Marvin future. The play was writtenby A. The white members
Robinson, Desmond Boone, Ricky Holton, Johnny Barr and Derek Davis, a senior at never show their prejudices Fort Lauderdale sponsored the Flying L. Relays last Sat-
Eliott Statem. Edison. Derek plans to major through blunt gestures, but urday where Jackson received a seond place trophy.
in Drama, he also hopes to direct there
were severa 1 incidents
Six Seniors were chosen from Gables High School as Deb- after Beverly Parks, Juliet Poiter,and Rosalind Smith were three
plays on broadway, where
utantes: Earline Spratling, Helena Simmons, Gayle Andrews.,, graduation I felt rejected, tolerated young ladies to be chosen by the National Council of Negro
Hazel Johnson, Barbara Carson, and Mary Hall. Congratulations This past week I had an Interview and outright hated.For example Women from Jackson to make their debut at the Sheraton Four
Girls. at a few games I have Ambassadors Hotel.STANLEY.
with Edison's first had rocks,paper cups,and ice,
IN OUR CHURCHES: black cheerleader Miss etc. thrown at me. Remarks
Dianne Dyes. I round her to be such as "nigger", "spook",
Greater St. Paul A.M.E. has started kickoff for Women's a very warm and sweet person and "Uncle Tom" were DRUGS
day. It will be held the fourth Sunday of April Mrs. Calfornla ,with a pleasant character. screamed at me. I received

Ross is chairman. Q. What were your first reactions many anonymous phone calls YOUR NEIGHBORHOOD PRESCRIPTION STORE
The Florida Nlghingales will in a musical
appear program where harsh
language
Sunday, :; March 23, at the Greater St. Paul A.M.E. Churchat when you were finally was us- 8690 NW 22 Ave 691-3741

3 p.m. All proceeds will go towards Women Day accepted on the squad? ed.Q.. What have you enjoyed L.' '...-, .;

The C Lord C's and the Sons of.Daniel from Homesteadwill A. Well, I went through a during this crucial year as a r- .
be in a big battle of songs here at the church on Sunday, summer training period (this cheerleader?
March 30, at 3 p.m. Everyone is invited. was the first time something A. Nothing other than break-
like this was done) at the end Ing the "ice" for other black
AROUND TOWN of the summer I knew I wouldbe girls who may follow in this
on the squad so Ihad no reactions path.
The people in the Coconut Grove area are really saluting what so ever. Seniors of the week Una
Mr. William Rolle and Mr. Enmuel Fryar for helping the ;
Q. Would you say that this Deveaux and Henry Coaxum.
kids in this area to stay in school. -
FIRE DAMAGESCLASSROOMS

There is a new face in the Coconut Grove area, this face .AT. DREW. ELEMENTARY
belongs to, Miss Carolyn Boston, employed by Urban Leagueof 1,200 students at CharlesDrew be centered in a small closet
Greater Miami to work in the Program of Operation Elementary School between Rooms 22 and 23
Equality, which assist families in getting housing. marched to'safety last Tuesday :-, the building at 1775 NW 60th in HOMER HUMPHREY, Owner
when a fire that started in Street. DURGS COSMETICS GREETING CARDS
If you're passing through Coconut Grove, you will the storage room area dam-
see that the.business places in this area"are well integrated,
> aged two classrooms.Fire No estimate of FREE PICKUP & DELIVERY
the
dam-
in hiring I black people.Some of the many places are:Valu Food '
I officials hare been
unable ages was made
Store, Rexall.Drugs, Food Fair,Grand Drugs,and Phil's Food by school officials -
to determine the MON. THUR
cause pending a survey and : SAT. 9 AM-9 PM SUN. I TO 5 PW
Center.
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Times editor Garth C, Reeves Sr. Interviewed T.. Willard nate one. I think the causative factors were many, but I think would not resolve the situation at all, that what we should do
Fair, executive director of the Greater Miami Urban League -)i I we can summarize causative factors by saying that white was return to school, those of us who could, and those who
on .the controversial expelling of Miami Central High people must recognize that to integrate does not mean that one could not, should meet with the principal to discuss our griev-
black students. The entire Interview Is printed below. must turn white in order to be accepted. In other words, it is ances, for you see, it was February and we still had not met
Question: Mr. Fair, how did the Urban League get Involved apparent to me that we must examine the desegregation process with the students The leaders felt that this was sound reasoning -
In the Miami Central incident? It is apparent that white people are saying that they will and were willing to sit down at the conference table to voice
Answer: The Urban League learned about the racial Incidentat accept you only if you will depict those behavior patterns and their grievances. The other students returned peacefully to the
Miami Central from a news broadcast on January 30, at values that are as white as ours. school and they designated seven people to meet with the pr In- '
approximately 1:15. When this was brought to my attention by Question: You appeared before the School Board on February cipal along with myself and Mr. Dean. We met with the principal
the coordinator of our G.A.S.S.Department, and that acronym 5 to make certain recommendations, what were those recommendations and one of his assistants to discuss this with them
stands for Ghetto Action for Systems Sameness, which is apart ? the gripes as outlined to us by the students, and to express
of the overall New Thrust of the Urban League I immediately Answer: It was the opinion of the Urban League that the current the'broad student body concern about the suspension of the \
dispatched the coordinator of G.A.S.S. to Miami Central crises at Miami Central High School,however unpleasant, other students. At this meeting, the students voiced their con-
The purpose of sending Mr. Dean to Central was to determine could serve as a learning experience for this community and cerns, the Urban League reiterated Its position in terms of
what had happened and to determine whether or not could provide the basic elements planning and implementIng recommendations and all parties involved dissolved the meet-
there was a role for GASS to playas It relates to trying to re- effective changes in our educational system.We felt that in ing.
solve any given issues pertaining to the situation. Mr. Dean our haste and desire to desegregate, many things were overlooked -
was able to learn that ((1) there hadbeen a non-violent peace- that now demand correction. We felt that it was not Once again we assumed that we were through.However, on
ful demonstration conducted by black students at MiamiCentral simply enough for us to react to the current situation at Cen- February 12, a young man by the name of Dwight Williams
on the morning of the 30th, and(2) at 12 noon, a fight oc- tral, but that we must deal in the necessary machinery to mini called me and said that he had been Incarcerated at Youth Hall
curred In the cafeteria of Miami-Central, and ((3) that the mize the occurrence of similar problems.Based on this funda- with the charges of assault and battery and with precipitating;
school had been closed until further notice: Since Mr. Dean mental posture, I made eight recommendations to the School a riot and wanted us to come and get him out. We went to Youth
was unable to talk to a representative sampling of teachers, Board. I think that it is Important that we note these recom- Hall and met with the appropriate authorities and got Dwightout
students and others, it was my opinion that we did not have mendations: and I think it was at this point that we met Mrs. Williams
enough information to critically evaluate what had transpiredand ((1) We recommended that a coalition of black and white fami- and really got involved in working with the parents.
more specifically, to determine whether or not the Urban lies be formulated immediately to work hand-In-handwiththe
League should lend itself to the situation. administrators of Miami-Central, pertaining to and concern- Around February 15, the kids,ten of them,received a letter
Question: Then What? Ing themselves with those problems that related directly and from Dr. Whlgham Informing them that they had been recom-
Suffice it to say, on the following day which was January, indirectly with the integration process.We also stated that the mended for ,expulsion from the school system. We informedthe
after leaving a meeting'with'representatives: of the Building Urban League would be willing to supply a full time person to kids that we would be willing to do anything we could to
and Code Enforcement Department of HUD, Mr. Dean, Mr; "work with this group. assist them In getting legal help to be properly represented at
James Royal who Is the president of the Negro Central District ((2) That a special Wsk"Force be commissioned to imme- the hearing which was designated for March 5.
Area Council and myself went out to Miami Central to ascer- diately examine the total plans for school desegregation,in '"
Question: Who represented: the students at hearings?
tain further information. When we arrived at Miami Central, Dade County, past, present and future. That this Task Force
we met twenty-five black students on Miami Central's campus. Include School Board members, professional educators, par- Answer: At the hearing, four lawyerswerejnvolved:: ; threeof
The purpose of this meeting was two-fold: ((1) We wanted to ents and students; that the Task Force make specific recom- the ten students had their own personaTlawy&s.the other
make sure that that which transpired was not due to the dls- mendations to the Board of Education of facilitating the entire seven were represented by a member of our Board"Of Direc-
functioning or the inability of students to relate to each other process of school desegregation; that this Task Force work tors, whose name is Philip Edelman,who happens to be an attorney -
regardless as to color. We wanted to be clear that this was closely with the University of Miami's School of Desegregation .
not an incident that bad racial overtones as the precipitating Center and Urban Studies Center.
Question: What was your impression of the hearing?
factor. Our discussion with the students and the black teach- ((3) That the policies governing the assignment of adminis-

ers that later Joined us revealed Just the opposite. If you will trative personnel be carefullyre-examlnedandinclude an emphasis Answer: The hearing lasted from 2:00 on March 5, until
recall, on our New Thrust page that is run on a weekly basisIn on inter-group relations training and/or experience; approximately 1:15 a.m. March 6. ills my opinion that the Information -
your paper, we gave a synopsis of the allegations made by that furthermore, a specific training program be developed presented during this marathon hear ing did net lend
the students. These allegations ranged from the use of dero- in inter-group relations for all school personnel with special Itself to the expulsion of any students.The students' testimonywas
gatory names by instructors to homosexual tendencies by in- emphasis and immediate implementation at the secondary by affidavit. One student testified against eight studentsand
structors. (2)) We wanted to be sure that we were clearIn school level. The Urban League believes so strongly in this find it totally unbelievable that a human being In the midstof
terms of the demands supposedly to have been made by the i recommendation that we stated that we were willing to assistin chaos and confusion, when plates are flying and chairs are
'black students, and at this conference we learned that the demands developing a curriculum geared to bringing understanding, flying as the situation was described could accurately Identify -
were as follows: (a) A black cosmetology teacher, (b) awareness and appreciation of differences between whites and who was doing what, when and how tt was my impression -
black history taught by black teachers, (c) black counselors, blacks. that the administrators had assumed certain things which
(d) a black assistant principal with- authority, (e)black physical (4) That Advisory Committees of parents,teachers and stu- when brought before the hearing were proved to be false. Our
education Instructors. After ascertaining this information, dents be established at all desegregated schools;furthermore, attorney is of the opinion that the due process of law was via
we felt that the allegations were serious enough that they war- such committees should meet on a regular basis for in-depth lated In this total hearing; that the constitutional rights of
ranted further discussion with someone within the hierarchyof discussion and analyzatlon of problems and issues relavent to these tea children.have been violated.
the school administration. Suffice it to say,I made the !!.- that school.
commendation that the allegations and the demands be discussed I (5) That there be no separate meetings school campusesof Question: Mr. Fair, there has been a rumor that the Lea-
with Dr. Whigham. We telephoned Dr. Whigham's office and blacks and whites during crises or conflicts; that meetings gue proposes to sue the School Board, Is this true?
learned that he was out of town and would be back Monday, and should reflect representation of all concerned in the particular -'
that Mr. Harold McMillan was in charge. We requested that Issue. Answer: Let me say, Mr. Reeves, It Is, not true. One of the
Mr. McMillan listen to the grievances of the black students. (6)) That there be an Immediate reviewoftext books used in possible alternatives as It relates to trying to change the process
Mr. McMillan was most cooperative. He came out and heard the schools, particularly In the areas of Social Studies, An- is that a suit could be filed In the Federal courts, utilizing -
the grievances as propounded by the students present and informed thropology, History; that books be purchased that accurately the lack of due )pocess as the reason. If such a suit is j
the students that the twenty-five letters of suspensionhad reflect the contributions of Afro-Americans and other mi- filed, it would have to be filed by;the parties who have been denied
already been processed. nority groups in America's history. due process. The League Is not one of these parties. Suffice r
Question: After the meeting, what did the Urban League do? (7) That a policy be established regarding the use of policemen it to say,such a suit would have to be made by the parentsand
Answer: Well on February 3,we attended the meeting called on school grounds during student conflicts; that further- the students Involved, so we are not contemplating as an
by white parents at Madison Junior High. Itwas our observation -: more, the use policemen be limited to plain-clothesmen; that Institution, filing a suit against the Board of Public Instruction.
that their primary concern was the safety of their child In disturbances schools should not be closed, except a last
resort. Initiators of disturbances should be identifiedand Question: Mr. Fair, In asking the Board of Public Instruction -
ren and the moral of the service clubs.We felt that the issues properly
were little more deeper than that, so we immediately requested dealt with immediately, either by suspension or other to rescind its action, are not you asking: them' to condone
violence
?
,
a meeting with Mr.. Warner.. principal, Miami Central, measures. "
High School, to discuss the accusations ris made by black students, (8) That School Board members should,avail themselves! toneighborhood '
against white teachers primarily, bat also not exclusive of 1 meetings, and,where possible should decentralize -. Answer; Let me reiterate the 'Urban League's philosophy
black teachers.: the school board meeting into various ethnic neighbor pertaining joyi .nce. The League ,deplores violence In terms
hoods. of resolving the 'of black
problems people. The Incident that
We discussed these items one by one, for the accusations
were very serious ones and we assured the administration After this presentation before the board,Garth, I was of the occurred' in the cafeteria of Central High January 30, 1969
that the'naines 'of the Individuals accused and the accusers opinion that the Urban League had done all that It could within was indeed unfortunate. However, Ibelleve an event of greater {
would be held In the strictest confidence by the agency. We Its present province as it relates to dealing with an Issue, for unfairness occurred with the decision of the School Board to
,also discussed at this meeting possibility of the students' demands as you know, under our New Thrust, our continuous involve- expel eight of the ten black students accused of having been
becoming; a reality. Mr. Wagner Informed me that ment as It relates to programming in,the community Is based Involved in the cafeteria Incident; since the hearing itself did
he had already recognized the need for an assistant black principal on what others feel that we can door what others feel that we' not fully utilize the due process of law I fully concur, with the
with authority, and had the request through appropriate must do and since there have not been any specific requests School Board that We cannot tolerate the destruction of pro-
channels and was,designated to begin interviewing for said from the broad community, the "broad community" meaning perty ,and the maiming of individuals. However, our lack of
position on that very day. However, he was not aware of .other the parents or the students that were Involved for our continued tolerance should not over power our belief In the due processof

demands, even though they were legitimate ones. ,involvement' in the Miami Central situation.It law.
We then discussed some ways of relieving the tension at the was ray opinion the time that based on this presentation,
school ,We recognized that we could not fire any teacher, so we were through However, on February 5, believe, Mr.
the only immediate vehicle at our disposal was that of transference Harold McMillan, assistant superintendent of the Dade Public URBAN LEAGUE COMMUNITY OFFICES:
m other words,lithe panacea at this moment is to get Schools, called me and informed me that the black studentsof L. E. A. P. 1112 NW 62nd St., ... 758-5551
more black physical education instructors so as to continuea Miami Central were planning a mass rally at Martin Luther LEADERSHIP DEVELOPMENT
peaceful education process at Miami Central, then why not King park and requested that the League use whatever Influence 6207 NW 27th Avtnut 693-4302
transfer some of those white teachers whohave indicated pre: it had to stave it otto Well I knew we didn't have any Influence -
Judical attitudes away from Miami Central and replace them but I felt that with my unusual sense of humor and my, OPERATION EQUALITY '
"
with black physical education teachers from other schools in beard and my ability to communicate on various levels with all 3378 Douglas Rood 448-6268 '
the community. This was an immediate solution that could be people, that I had better dispatch myself to the Miami Central 2338 ,All BoLo Avenue -,685-0342:
used in terms of resolving the problem long-range solution school. However, I knew that the coordinator LASS was far 536 S. W. 12th Avenue 358.2226
would be ,to recognize that the budget of Miami Central more adept In dealing with the kids than I was, so the first plan 6740 NW 15th Avtnut-691-3811 ,
would increase the next school year due to the expected Increase was to allow him to go to see what the situation was. Mr. Dean COMMUNITY LEADERSHIP DEVELOPMENT
in enrollment and therefore newstaff would be needed.-. proceeded to Miami Central and telephoned back to me that a 1001 NW 3rd Avenue 377.5264
tt would seem to me that In order to resolve some of the problems massive demonstration bad been planned by the students,In
as identified by black students,as many of those new Instructors ,protest of the twenty-five students who had been suspendedfrom 6207 CITIZENS CORPS
NW 27th Avenue 693-4302
where possible, should be black In the next fiscal Miami Central. I went to Miami Central and then I pro- -
budgetary year.Question ceeded to the Martin Luther,park on 87th Street and 17th Ave. FAMILY PLANNING
: Mr. Fair,what do you think caused the disturbance ft was at this time that I met the "leaders" of the students at '4638 NW 27th Avenue -'6332573THE
on January 30? Miami Central. My conversation with them was ont geared to
Answer: I think the incident on January 30 was an unfortu, convincing them,that,pulling out other, students In sympathy

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I Renowned Pianist In RecitalAt

1 ON THECAMPUS fMCliINimii

Pianist Richard Morris, four pieces from Chopin including -
head of the Piano Faculty,Uni- Impromptu in G Flat, , :+ I 1 1A

BY versity of Missouri since Waltz in E Minor, Nocturne

AT SHIRLEY 1960, will present a recital 1 I tin F Sharp Major and Etude in

Florida ROBINSON : at the Florida Memorial Col- C Minor. , q, !( pl; 4Ahq 1
1 lege, March 30 at 3 p.m. in A graduate of Indiana University 1 A
Memorial vP 1I the college teaching auditori- School of Music, 1 1 i r l

College' I um.The Morris received top honors

L v ___ admission is free and as a student of Sidney Foster.
SOPHMORES- - TAKE- the public is invited He made his debut in New York $

have participated and will participate Mr. Morris' program will City in 1963 and has performed X ?f 1 w N M4 \ A, t 4
OVER for the following organizations include Mozart's Rondo in D in Philadelphia, Washington I 1 f \i I Ir

Sophomore Class Week and events; Major; Sonato, quasi unj Fan- Chicago and other major '"U Cl2'UII
really made campus life more Mt Bethel Mission Baptist tasia, Beethoven and Sonatineby cities in the nation.He rr
enjoyable. A few weeks ago Church, Ft. Lauderdale; First Rave. He will conclude with has performed with vari- { I a, .,MR1M111MMr

the sophomores presented a Presbyterian Church, Coral ous orchestras including the r .44

series of activities to make Gables; Atlantic Baptist As- viced by a consultant from Chicago Chamber Orchestra, : kjr

their Sophomore Week a pro- sociation, Ebenezer Baptist Tropic Magazine to aid in pub- St. Louis Little Symphony, !

found one. Church; Lake Shore High liction of the school newspaper Kansas City Civic Orchestra

They started on Monday witha School, Belle Glade;Religious the Lion's Den. and the Kansas City Philhar ,;

chapel program when they Emphasis Week and the Spring ALPHA KAPPA MU TAPSThe monic. 1 ft Co t V"Y rC1t D"gRA1 Wtllltk'rk
1 ;
presented "The Awakening", Concert.
rrwr f
in which Duke Derico and Walter For Religious Emphasis Alpha Phi Chapter of Z v I atcq ,, .",
UM Holds ; wenrk ; kt
Weatherington took the Week,the choir and band ensemble the Alpha Kappa Mu National c tP r.vhr ( 11 'i 7r

stage. They concluded their are preparing for an Honor Society proudly announces -

week with an outstanding talent evening of music for worshipto the tapping of its Music Scholarship a ,' p 1o11M1 M ; iN1t' M J llss
show. include, "Look Toward the prospective members. They

CAREER Sea", a cantata by Allen Hov- are Johnny Farmer of Mc- AuditionsThe I 1 1 1 ,3 ,al l ,.. AJF
OPPORTUNITIESMarch haness for baritone solo, mix- Cleanny, Gloria McCray of University of Miami y a
ed chorus,trombone and organ Fernandina Beach and Rose I '
the i"rirt
9-12 marked School of Music will hold auditions ,
Eady of Fort Myers. Mr.t
and "L Enfant Prologue"for
period set aside for Career ; Saturday, March 29 for '
Kenith Hunick a faculty advi-
tenor and baritone
,
soprano, -
Opportunities at Florida Me- students wishing to apply for I +
ser was also tapped. For an
Claude .
by Debussy.LOIN'S
morial College. Representatives admission and for those seek- ,
under graduate to become a
and consultants were assistance in
DEN RECEIVES member he must be a junioror ing scholarship
present from various indus- the 1969-70 academic year.
senior having earned at
tries to discuss opportunitiesin CONSULTANT The session starts at9 a.m. : ,
least 75 semester hours or ,
'
various careers. in the school of music com- ,' ,
Recently Clark College was 105 quarter hours of credit. $4
'' main .
ENGAGEMENTSThe given a Ford Foundation grantto His scholastic standings 'interms plex, interested campus.All students 1

Florida Memorial College assist black student pub- of the grade or honor
should contact the School at
lications the point average shall be no less
Choir and the James andRosamond across country. 284-2433 for an appointment.The .

h .Johnson. ...Ensemble. ..Florida. .._..... .Memorial...., r." is to be ser-...''''''''''than.-........;'..3.3................\................:. .IiL......... aud1t1on-interviews will I ",

: fHiii.1@imIM: ;:; ifillnJMmlN1iiiffii1ii1ffiimm; :; :: :: Jtlm ::::j., bers.conducted by faculty mem- " ''' '1iIi"I,

: Auditions will cover all band .

flowers forall t ::= and orchestral instruments, :

: voice, keyboard and harp. r a'P ,
.... ........'
::4 Awards vary in amounts to
tI1 occasionsWeddings f :: $1,650 annually Basis for

:::; awards will be demonstrated

W. I::r musical ability,academic record -

;:::::::::; Funeral. Designs .,1-... b:::::::j and financial need.Hawaii .
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::: Senator Daniel Ken Inouye,
Wi wif ::::; Democrat-Hawaii, was the displays the latest in pop-art fashion at the recent

:::::: ::::::::::: keynote speaker at the Honors launching at New York's Tavern-on-the-Green restaurant

} : MODERNDi' t I:::::: Convocation Meeting of the Board of the of Annual Trustees of the Black Beauty Model Agency, dedi-

::::::::: t:::::::: 's j Wednesday March 19, at cated to the "glorification of beautiful i I black

m 1mI :::. 8:00 p.m., in the MooreG ym- people." Highlight of the gala affair was a special
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754-1888 presentation of designer clothes featuring new and
:::::::::: 693-3971 t::::::::: Senator Inouye who recently
unusual fabrics. The beach outfit above, a leather-
:::::::::' DAY NITE f::::::; gained prominence by a way
bikini
::: of a national television speech ete with pop-artcover-up featuring a Ballon-

ft ) :: : Mittii( mtlI:; ::I during the Deombcratic Na- tine's Scotch label, was designed by Brigitte Palmer
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Carolyn Christine McRoy brother, Joseph Ives McRoy, 1 _
and Freeman Jackson Kellam the bride chose a gown with a
were married February 15, bodice of Chantllle lace and a u fr sS
In Greater St. Paul institu- satin floor length skirt, fea- 'W "Itw
tional Methodist Church.'The turing a chapel length train. I
bride 1:-. the daughter of Mr. Her bubble illusion veil was
and Mrs. Charlie McRoy of attached to a tera of seeded
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Jacksonville. The groom is pearls and rhinestones, and
the son of Mr. Freeman Kel- she carried a cascade of white
lam. Sr. of Jacksonville, and roses centered with a yellow V y t
Mrs. Ida Mae Graham of Geor throated orchid. I

gia.The Mrs. Jeanette E. Goa sisterof -" M Y
Rev. Thomas C. Kelley the bride, was the matronof '
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solemnized the 4 p.m.double- honor. Mrs. Linda McCRoyof \y
ring ceremony. Music for the Jacksonville, sisterinlawof
wedding was rendered by Mrs. the bride;Miss Irvelyn Scott
Pauline Dunn.Soloist, Mr.De- of Jacksonville; Miss Johnnie
vois Jacobs. Mae Williams of Miami; and
Given In marriage by her Miss Frances Robinson of Mi-

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Karen Hepburn of Miami, was Life Insurance Company in
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;i '< the Junior bridesmaid. Tonya Jacksonville.
S. Jacobs of Miami was the flower Out-of-town guests included -
S girl., Mrs. Helen McRoy, motherof
The matron of honor wore a the bride; Mrs.'Beatrica

floor ,A.-linegown of pale Bussie, grandmother of the
pin k polished silk accented bride; Mr. and Mrs. Albert
with lace. Her pink finger tip Kellam, uncle and aunt of the Bishop Robert Faysonof our anniversary.
veil was attached to a clusterof groom; Mr. Victor Solomon; True Temple of Faith, 081Lincoln Acknowledgement of par
pale pink flowers with seed- Mr. and Mrs. Emmett Wash- Ave., Opa-locka, ticipants: Rev. Tiggs and congregation -
,J ed pearls, and she carried a ington; and Mr.and Mrs,Josha along with family on his 7th, Rev. Atside and
;' hx nosegay of pale pink and hot Hillman all of Jacksonville. Anniversary. congregation, Bishop Higgs
; pink carnations. The atten- Following the wedding the (Left tot Igh t)Bishop Fay- and congregation, Bishop Lit-
"""t. dants wore floor length A-line bride and groom spent their son, EvangelistFa/son tle John and congregation,
'>,,- ;' ,t Q i i ski's,, gowns of hot pink polished silk honeymoon touring South Diane, Terry, Matthews,Rosa Rev. Daniels and congregation -
: t : : gg Va accented with lace. Their pink Florida. Lee, and Gall. Rev. McCall and Gospel
", :'S .,. finger tip veils were attachedto The wedding was plannedand We graciously thank each Singers, Rev. W. H. Fayson
';; \' a cluster of pink and white directed by Mrs. GilbertL. and everyone for their supportand and congregation, Eastern
," <:: >r"S Stars and Masons.
If& carnations.I Porter. their attendance during
\ /iI.'l3'f' Henry Goa, brotherinlawof
't, the bride was the best man.
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45555 ; :, : ." \ cousin of the groom; and WE MAKE .
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',l'"iI" ; :r' 1\-: '" 'tv' ushers. Michael Finch and .
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Gloria Finch, Mrs. Rachel
ENGAGEMENT ANNOUNCEDMr. Williams, Miss Moselle NOW UP

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Mr. Allen Jerry Thompson, son of Mr. and Mrs. Alphary Miss Heather Goldsmith of
Thompson of Athens, Georgia. Jamaica.The .
Miss Wilcox is a 1965 graduate of North Dade Jr. Sr. High bride is a graduate of Borrow Up To $5,000Monthly
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Among Students in American Universities and Colleges. Mr. fourth grade teacher

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CULMER,NEIGHBORHOOD CENTERThe
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regular monthly meeting of the Area Advisory Board "

was held at the Culmer Center on Wednesday, March 12, at

8:00 p.m. .
The COC Headstart Parents Group met on Thursday, March W y
20, at 8:00 p.m. At this time, the group will discuss projects

to work on for the coming year. If you are a parent in the

Central Area with children attending either Headstart or Child

Opportunity, please plan to attend and be on time at Culmer. Major Newton Retires From

The Culmer Neighborhood Center proudly announces a brand

new THING. Each month a different project, or department y "w Military Service m

is presented and the public is invited to participate in a re- .. .
freshing informative meeting which will be both beneficialand Announcement is made of His standara of conduct*and

enjoyable to them. This month,The Recreation Departmentis The North Dade Exchange Club Awards were the retirement of Major Hu- leadership has j3i MS an
1 for thoseWho
bert Austin Newton effective !ll t1 a'A amp e'
presented. The meeting Is called Youth and Recreation.
presented to Francisco Dunn son of Mr. and Mrs. .!- have been associated with
,
There will be a Youth Talent display with the Soul Music of March 1,1969,after..mor- '
an Untoucahable Youth Band Called the New Breedto entertainyou. William Singletary of 2310 NW 55th Terrace and .20 years-.A,.w.- ie
Refreshments will be served, and Talent prizes will: be Theresa Blakely, daughter of Mr. and .Mrs...*"*"'",nary service. reer.The announcement retirement -

awarded. Arthur King is our Center Manager,and he welcomes Blakely of 1919NW, 153rd Street ., Major Newton, son of Mr. was announced at

you at all times, but its especially the place to be when we doOUit '-'. and Mrs. Austin Newtonof Custer Air Force Station,

THING, on March 24th, Monday night at 8:00 p.m. at 1738 NW 67th St., entered the
"fr an a sco is a member of North Dade High Michigan, Raymond K. Gal-
.....
Culmer.
.' School and is associated with the Boy and Girl United States Air Force Feb. lagher, Colonel USAF Com-
8, 1949 and received his com-
mander 34th Air Division.
: Counselors, Student Council, and the North Dade mission after completion of Major, Newton is a graduateof ,

FSmily I Chorus. He has won the perfect attendance and Officer Candidate School on Dorsey High School, More-

English awards. March 9,1951.During house College and Meharry
I!
the Korean Conflict
Medical College.ANTHOLOGY .
Health I i he served in Korea as a Chief

I Theresa, a, student at North Dade is a memberof Controller. He participated in OF NEGRO

the Boy and Girl Counselors, Student Council three major offensives from POETRY IN

Center president, newspaper editor Speakers' Council and He Feb.also 29, 1952 served to Feb.overseas 11,1953.in PREPARATIONJulian

club. Messner
Hospitality Spain from Jan. 29, 1959 to announcesthe

June 4, 1962,and in the Philip preparation of an anthologyto
Her' awards were: Perfect attendance and outstanding pines from April 4, 1965 to be called Negro Voices,with
THE EYES HAVE IT
Beatrice well-
M. Murphy
Vision difficulty should first be reported to your family student, also selected as a 'Bud of Spring., May 23, 1966. known Negro poet and,writer,
his service
physician. If you have noticed that your child blinks frequently, During military as editor. Miss Murphy invites -
Newton has received the
rubs his eyes often or is perhaps considered a problem childat Major Negro poets, under
follow Decorations and
school because he is unwilling to do close work, he may be ,Awards ing thirty, to submit their poems

suffering from eye difficulty. Eye difficulty can mar your : directly to her at 117 R Street
Bronze Star Medal Combat
child's social adjustment as well as his success at school Readiness Medal Air, Force NE, Washington, D. C. 20002.It .
After an examination,your physician may determine the needto FINANCIAL RESPONSIBILITY is the feeling of both the
Commendation Medal Distin-
refer you to a physician who specializes in vision problems.A publisher and the editor thattoday's
guished, Unit Citation Air
physician who specializes in vision problems is called an Force Outstanding Unit A,ward youth speaks eloquently -

Ophthalmoglogist. An Ophthalmologist is a physician who Army Good Conduct Medal, and passionately for the

diagnoses and treats eye diseases. He can use drugs, prescribe SERVICEFIRSTINSURANCE National Defense Serviqe Me- black people, and that they

glasses, or perfom surgery. An ophthalmologist can AGENCY dal with One Bronze Service need only an opportunity to be
tell when failing eyesight Is related to justthe lens system of Star Korean Service Medal heard. Negro Voices hopes to

the eye or when It has.been caused by injury, disease or some with/Three, Bronze Service meet that need.A .
other reason. self-addressed
stamped
Stars Air Force Reserve
Then there is the Optometrist. The optometrist is not a JIM LEVENSON, Own.r Fh n 635.7507 envelope for the return of un-
Medal Small Arms Expert
medical doctor but he holds a degree of doctor of optometry Longevity, Service A ward Rib acceptable material must be

(O.D.). The optometrist does not diagnose or treat eye diseasesas bon with/Four Bronze Oak Included. Poems that have
does the but his job is to measure vision
ophthalmologist, Leaf Cluster, Republic of been published, either in mag-
and to sell corrective glasses.The Korea Presidential Citationand azines, newspapers or books,

optometrist does not use drugs or do any kind of eye the United Nations, Service are, eligible, but the name of
surgery and because, he does not use drugs, he cannot makea r Call Medal. the publication must appear on

thorough examination of the Interior of the eye. If the optometrist ( Throughout his military the script. Poems should pre-

discovers any unusual eye disorder, referral to an i' CHARLES service, Major Newton has ferably be typewritten, one to

ophthalmologist should be recommended.The given faithful and conscien- a page. There are no restrictions -

Optician's job Is to make and fit visual aids. Examination tious service to his country. as to form, subject mat-

of the eye is not conducted by the optician. The opticianIs ROGERS ter, or length.wwww .

a technician who makes eyeglasses in accordance with the - - - -- ..-..-...
prescription of the ophthalmologist.Clear AT PI 1-7502

vision and the ability to see well are essentialsotake
FOR A GOOD BUY ON A SALE
no chances with your eyes. Have them examined at regular 1969 WAREHOUSE
Intervals by an ophthalmologist. "* PIANO, ORGAN, SCOTT ;.

Is i matter of time but is some- STEREO:'OR ORCHESTRAINSTRUMENTS. ,
HEALTH HINT: Healing /THOJlSApS Q &J lEETS.O f.Wlrf ANELINGOF'SOLIDDECoRATOR <
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THE MIAMI TIMES, Friday, March 21, 1969 21

.,j, I..... ".1. '"" I II I

Boys In the ,/' "!!. ,

.r : ,

: Armed Forces /
;, /
.. -......-.. --. .- .. \ ,, II ..."
< ""i IW ;
rtiK
Sgf. Whitfield Assigned To 'i _." 'j:' a

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Army Recruiting HereU. i
\
S. Army Staff Sergeant i

[ johnny Whitfieldwasre- ".." 1 x
cently assigned to the U. S. ". "
| Army Recruiting Service, 107N i'l\.,jlf' JL _
E.5th St., Miami.Sgt.Whit- SAN ANTONIO.Airman SAN ANTONIO. Airman SAN ANTONIO-.Airman SAN ANTONIO. Airman
field is the first Negro to be Anthony D. Faust, son of Mrs. Freddie L. Harris, son of Mr. Gregory W. Brown, son of Edward C. Lawson, son of Mr.
assigned to the recruiting Mary E. Faust, 1551 NW 56th and Mrs. Sam Harris, 10320 Mrs. Clara B. Darby, 1775 and Mrs. Columbus Lawson,
command with headquarters in St., Miami, has been assignedto S.W. 173rd Terrace, Perrine, NW 47th Terrace has com 10725 SW 146th Ter., Miami,
Jacksonville.He Maxwell AFB, Ala., after has completed basic trainingat pleted basic training at Lack- has received his first U. S.
has served with the US. ': '... completing Air Force basic Lackland, AFB, Texas. He land AFB, Tex. He has been Air Force duty assignment
Army for six, years. He has .;..-.' ... ..,. '. trainimr. has been assigned to Keesler assigned to Sheppard AFB, ter completing basic training
.
served in Germany and a tourin 'f; :" The a it m a attended Mi- AFB, Miss., for training in the Tex., for training in aircraft at Lackland AFB, Tex. The
South Vietnam. :.!; 1 ami Dade South College. His administrative field. Airman maintenance. Airman Brownis airman has been assigned to
SSG Whitfield has to his .' father, Charles H. Faust, resides Harris is a graduate of Mays a 1968 graduate of Holy Rosary a unit of the Strategic Air
'.
credit the national defense I. ... at 1750 A NW 69th St.. Senior High School, Goulds. Institute, Lafayette, ,-.La. ...,, pomftnaad at Altus AFB,Okla.
:;
-
medal, good conduct medal, :. ;,
the expeditionary medal,Viet- -.
nam defense medal and the SGT. WHITEFIELDami
Vietnam Campain Medal. from Ft. Riley, Kansas.
SSG Whitfield came to MI- His home is In St. Augustine. r


Terry Brown Joinsv,.,US. ;;;. "

I 4f

. 7* Army Band


Booker T.Washington.High
School, is now undergoing r r r r r f r o r ttttrtr'tta' ..
xr'irr rr t r'ttr nr tt rrr r tt tr.'rt t It" ti.,,
eight weeks basic combat ., , ;, f tr n tr rr krr rr trr r r r tr sr rf tr n rr#! ar : '*
.
training at FortJackson,South w r tr rr rr rr r r rrr rr rr rr ar rr rr
Carolina before attending the .r yi, t rr r .
U. S. Army Element School of q rr rr AN NOAB rr rtx s': #

J Music, Little Creek,Virginia. it rri rr > r rt,.
Upon completion of his advance
f individual training,
Brown will be assigned to the
'
80th Army Band, Hunter Air
Force Base, Savannah, Geor-
gia.

Taking advantage of Army

high Opportunities school graduates.available Private to MIAMI SKILL CENTER.ACCEPTING.APPLICANTS '

Brcwn was auditioned and
TERRY BROWNU. accepted for the Army Band of

S. Army Private Terry his choice oa March 4th. .
NOW FOR JOB T
Brown,,son of Mr. and Mrs. I'INI.NG
Willie Lee Brown. 1910 NW Friends may.write to him h t
1st Place has enlisted In the at the following address: Private
Regular Army private Terry Brown, RA 12 835 "EARN WHILE YOU LEARN"TRAINEES

Brown a 1968 graduate of 362 RECSTA USAPC (WOM6)
Fort Jackson South Carolina CARN; FROM $33.00 TO $63.00 PER WEEK WHILE .
Private Joseph Lee 29207. : ':"
Army THEY ATTEND JOB TRAINING CLASSES IN SOME OF THE ;
Reynolds, son of Mr.and Mrs.
Roosevelt Reynolds,17 NW 6th FOLLOWING AREAS. .
Terr., has enlisted In the reg-
ular army. He is currently
taking his basic combat training S :irj
at Fort Jackson South
Carolina, t before attending a!
electronics course which he
chose before he enlisted.Pri- n
vate Reynolds took advantageof S
the army choose It your self q.
option and was guaranteed the
electronics field


Electronir Chassis Assembly .. p *- Bookkeeping Machine Operator

Po ?
f r'R r 5
T f r s sr
r4

A 1C Edward Lynch, son of 4 ; II
Mr. and Mrs. Luther Lynchof
1050 NW 42nd St., Joinedth
e United States Air Forcein
1967,after completing basic
training at LacklandAFBTexas. -
He then received technical r
training in AmarllloTex-' Auto Mechanic Doctor's Office Receptionist
as la the field of fuels. After
completing traing there he then
was assigned to the 513th Sup
Sg. Milden Hall Air Base Y
ply
I Is
L/Cpl. Vincent A. Carey, f
son of Mr..and Mrs. jamesA. England.
Hg arrived home OB the first
Carey(21825 SW 109thAve., kq
of March for a 30-day( leave. ..
Goulds, and a graduate of Mays tii r
Airman Lynch is a graduateof
High School, enlisted in the
Miami ,Northwestern Sr.
USMC for four years.He 55 S
received his basic train- High School. L '

ing at Paris Island and spec- ...... .. __ ...L5...
f ""1ItIi. ,.....""' ...... .... I -"'- c _
ialist training at N. C. and Mechanical Draftsman Sales Person, General
was shipped to California and
finally to Vietnam. Brown & Son Production Woodworking Machine Operator Outboard Engine Mechanic

Several months later, he Furniture Upholsterer '
was wounded in Vietnam.After ,
hospitalization, the commanding CARPENTRY AND All referrals to training are processed by the Miami Opportunity Center, (Div of F.S.E.S.), J
officer of the battalion rec- GENERAL REPAIRS located:
ommended the Purple Heart FREE EATIMATES S S Plaza Building
',I:,
Medal for the wounds he received :
in combat. CALL 754-8590 (4';" ; 245 S.E. 1st Street ((2nd Floor) fJi '1 il

L/Cpl. carey has been home
for three weeks after which, 220 N.W. 50 TH ST. Miami Florida Telephone: 37724lJOur

he will return to N. Carolinafor
reassignment.



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22 THE MIAMI TIMES, Friday, March 21, 1969
IN MEMORIAMof IN MEMORIAM CARD OF THANKSThe

In loving memory of my

I CARDS MEMORIALS DEATHS I our beloved father dear husband, JOHNNIE family of FRAZIER the late

who departed this life March

7, 1969 wish to use this meansto

express with profound appreciation
IN MEMORIAM CARD OF THANKSThe IN MEMORIAMIn our sincere grati-
ftc
I In memory of our love ones loving memory of tude to all relatives, friends

who have passed t\flllfe re- family of the late and neighbors. Thanks also

spectively, M S.BEULAHL.HAMLTONwho to Orchard Villa School faulty -

departed this life March Rev. A. D. Hall and the

III+. 2, 1969, wish to express our Range Funeral Home.

r .H a,>t sincere thanks for all the kind- i
nesses shown to us during our The Frazier FamilyIN

hour of bereavement. Special i
thanks to Richardson's Mor- +iK g; D

tuary, St. John Ba Church I MEMORIAMIn

and our many friends and loving memory of our
neighbors throughout the city 'R D fiE r + dear one.
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and county. We have found no
ROBERT JOHNSONwho
words to thank you enough,for MR. CHARLES departed this life March

the many cards, telegrams, ..... ..... -. -.-... RICHARDSON, SR 11, 1966.
flowers and donations. May who departed this life March Gone but not forgotten.Sad-
God bless each of you in a very HENRY LYNN 18 1965. ,
wife
ly missed by :
special way. who departed this life March We cannot say, and we will not Mrs. Leanna Johnson and
9, 1966.
say
Mrs. Bertha Hamilton Some may think you are for That he is dead. He is Just family. t
I BROTHER SAMUEL J.SMITH Perry and Family gotten, though on earth you are away!
March 8 1961.
no more, but in memory you With a cheery smile anda wave CARD IF THANKS!

are always with us, as you of the hand
MEMORIAM The family of the late
IN were before.
He has wondered into on un-

In memory of known lands
Cassie Lynn, wife The touches of his hands have
John Marion and Howard strayedAs

children reverently as his lips have

prayed.
""
Think of him still as the same,
IN MEMORIAMIn
i i I say; :ISHMAEL CASH ROLLE
' ( loving t(; memory of He is not dead-he is Just away! who departed this life March

Continue to take your rest, 16, 1964.

{ r we love you, but God loves ej May his soul rest in peace.

I ktiJMOTHER you best. > ,..b'I
:
Mrs. Clotilda Rolle, wife

Charles Richardson, Jr. The Family
MRS. RINAH SMITH
,
Cpl. Alfred R. Richardson, ..
March 12 1968. "
Marine Corps, son MRS. EDITH ALFREDA IN MEMORIAMIn
Franclna Hill KIMPSONwho

Sadly missed: MRS. GERTRUDE DAVIS: Rose Marie SymonetteEdna departed this life Feb.22, sad but loving memory of
daughter
Rose Johnson, who passed to the Great Be- Mae Richardson Rolle 1969 wish to express their our dear husband and brother
Juanita Joynes Janet Helen Jacquelyn and feeling of gratitude and sin-
, _
28 1962.
Sylvia and Delores, nieces yond, March I
Shirley Richardson, daugh- cere appreciation our hourof
nephew Gone, but not forgotten.The .
John Joynes,
ters and grandchildren. sorrow. Special thanks to
Edith A. Rahming, sister- neighbors of 159th St; 159th
Family:
in-law. Covington Terrace; and 158th St. Opa-
Mrs. Mary ,
i THE LATE locka, the Pan American

daughterMrs. ..-.-. -. ."-... ..-- Workers Union local 500 the
' '. .' ''' ;
.. Ruby Jones, daughter " .; ''';;,
IN MEMORIAM June, Jake and Mack Davis, GEORGE W. McLAIN JR. r. J' 'j';' Bunche Park PTA; the former
.'..,n... .. \t;: n members of the Socialite
Remembering one who is not t: sons who departed this life March .w ..
'ti, '#> ...i. Seven Club; the Pan AM So-
here Mrs. Margie Davis, 30 ''t ,,
1968. .
daughterinlawTom :...... ,. .. ww .. :>fI,, cial Club; Bunche Park Rec-
is .
His absence a silent grief.He ;",1 J t' l '
reation Center and the Eagles
Covington, soninlawMrs. sleeps in God's lovely gar . ;'LIIII'Ik' (, ..'\
heartfelt thanks to
Drill
Willie Wright, sister 1.!" k Team,
den.
; < the Range Funeral Home,Rev.
and grandchildren.
., :. W. J. Macon and members of REV. J. C. JOHNSONwho
Sadly missed by mother, ..., II the First Baptist and New
father, sisters and brothersand ," passed to the great beyond -
Bethel Church fami-
Baptist
IN MEMORIAM other relatives. Gone but ". . I March 22, 1947.
not lies. To the many friends who May light perpetual shine
forgotten.
!
offered their condolences by
In sad and loving memoryof .,( upon him
flowers, cards, and telegramsand
a. our mother and grandmother -
,V other kind You
acts.
., many
IN MEMORIAMIn Mrs. Marion Johnson, wife
f 'i all were wonderful. May God
The Johnson FamilyIN
MRS. DORIS B.WARD bless you all. We loved you
and unfading me- THOMAS
loving REV. E. M.
but God loved best.
whose life was terminated on you
mory of a dear son and bro- Mount Calvary Missionary
March 19 1968.
ther, Baptist Church and pastor,
Gone but not forgotten. The Family
,
MRS. DORIS: WARD honors the founder and the MEMORIAM
____._ ..._._. M ,-'.__".
Time will fail to erase from first pastor.A .
of our
Sadly missed by: IN MEMORIAM In loving memory
our memory the very thoughts Mrs.. March J. Martin, loved one who departed late mother and grandmother
of you, until we in thy pres- daughter this life March 22, 1963, for In sad but loving memoryo f t .
ence dwell. Rest in Peace, another land. A city which has __. "'rore---.
Tanya and Terri Martin,
foundations whose builder and 1
grandchildren
W. B. Ward, husband maker is God.Memoral .

Mr. and Mrs. W. Brown,I services will be

father and mother held Sunday morning, March

I H. Brown, brother IN MEMORIAMIn 23, following the Sunday

Marcia Martin, daughter School. You are Invited.

memory of x Rev. S. Atchison, pastor.

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CARD OF THANKSThe .
.pCAMPBELL CARD OF THANKSThe
i
family of the late
.. .
-"'''' "" - family of the late
-
BESSIE DAVIS MRS. IRENE ROBERTS
who departed this life March "Bubber" MOSS STRAUGHTERwish

i:, 1969 wish to express our who left us 12 sad years March to express our thanks to

sincere thanks during our recent 6, 1957. each individual, the churches, I I
MRS. ANNIE BOWENSwho
bereavement. We wish to When links of life are broken organizations and all others

thank the neighbors of 55th and loved ones have to part, it for your prayers, florals,, JOHN WESLEY PINKNEY departed this life March

Terrace for their contribution leaves a wound that never telegrams, cards, letters and i who entered his eternal rest 24, 1966

and the neighbors of 70th heals. We often think of by gone other deeds of thoughtfulnessshown March 20, 1965. Four years

Street for their beautiful floral days when we were together. during our bereave- have passed but pleasant Remember her, she has gone

spray. Thanks to friends and What would we do to seeyou ment. thoughts linger. away

church members for their food RUTH GORE MARTINwho smile and talk awhile. The We cannot say, and we wil] Sunset and evening star, Gone, far away into the silent

cards and telegrams, sincere this life March blow was sudden the shock severe not say that she is dead. She And one clear call for me. land;

thanks to Rev. D. A. Bradley 21 1968.departed but deep in our hearts is Just awayl! With a cherrysmUe And may there be no mourning When you can hold her no more

and Mt. Carmel Baptist you will always stay.God takes and a wave of the hand. at the bar by the band

Church Deacons, Deaconess, 'She has wandered into an unknown When I put out to sea.
It seems as if she's the best for reason divine.But May God bestow upon her love
Ushers and Choirs for their same love and JustawayThe memory lasts until the end of land.At*left us dreaming Sunset and evening bell, the dearest blessings for
kind service. memory time. how very fair it needs must And after that, the dark. whom above.
the
Special thanks to the staff of same. be, since she lingers there. And may there be no mourning

the MUter Funeral Home for Mrs. Annie Gore mother Sadly missed: Think of her still as the same, and farewell, Mrs. Erdell Bowens and

their efficient and courteous Thelma and Dessle, sisters Dolly Mans, mother we say She is not dead she When I embark. Dorothy West, daughtersMrs.

service. May God bless all of ,Jasper, brother :M2.8 Bell Moss, twin sister. is Just awayl! Azellna J. Pinkcey, wife Doris BurroughsHylor

you. Irene, daughter and other Eugene Moss, son Vivilora P. Green, sister and Miss Beverly J.

members of the family Tyrone Williams, .nephew The Family Wilbert D. Gainey, nephew May, granddaughters.
The Family

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I
CARD ,OF THANKS DEATHS BAIN'S ., "

The family of the late Mrs* Annie Mae Brooks of MY EYES HAVE
HOUSE OF ALBERT _
RANGE 11930 SW 232"Ave., Goulds,

Mrs. Othia Howard of 1940 Eugene Willis of 3140 NW died March 11. She is survived .

NW 4th Ave., #8 died in her 62nd 'St., died March 13 :at by her husband Elijah; one SEEN THE GLORYBY

home Feb. 27. Services were Jackson Hospital. He is sur- daughter Bernice Bell; mother

held Saturday. She is survivedby vived by his wife Regina;three Mrs. Edna Moore; one sister; ALFRED D.A. FEATHERSTON

her husband Walter; two sons and three daughters.Remains one brother. Services ,will beheld .,

sons Eugene and. Benjamin; were shipped to Pensa- Saturday 1 p.m.Church.from '_ "' '''' .. ...u... .._ ...... .... ... .. r ':t ''t'
L three daughters Mrs. Elmer: .cola, Fla.:Wh er e services Morningstar< Baptist

Swain, Ella M., Howard and were held Monday. PART HI MY. EYES. HAVE SEEN THE GLORY
Mrs. Beverly Simmons. Nib Brockton, of 3100 NW Wesley Gillard of 6117 SW\ .

53 St. died March He is 66th Ter., 'South Miami died '
12. Continuing in our tour of Cuba as glests'of Radio Habana
Quille Coath of 10370 SW survived by his wife Flora March 15, at Jackson Hospital
; Cuba, my group of seven guests and two Cuban guides spent.
172nd St.,died Feb.27 at Jack three daughters Leola Posey, He is survived by his the night of January 8th, at the Provincial Center for the for
son Hospital. He is survivedby Elease Barlow and Juanita wife R in a Gillard of South
.e Y mation of teachers in Minas de Frio. There, in the high cool
his wife Hazel. Services! Golden two step-sons Ernest Carolina; three sons, four
; atmosphere: of the majestic Sierra Maestra mountain range,we
were held Saturday at Mt.Sinai and Joseph brother daughters. Remains will be
Cooper; a were made comfortable In one of the dormitory-like build-
M. B. Church Perrlne. Tim Fields shipped to Moncks Corner, S.
; 20grandchildren. Ings, complete with Television, kitchen and modern toilet fa

Earnest Washington Ford, Services were held Monday.Mrs. Carolina Friday. cilities. Our host and hostess, twenty one and twenty five,

EDGAR CLEMENTS ROZIER a student of Bethune Elemen- Dianna Moore Robinson respectively, provided us with delicious plump fried chicken,
who depared this life March tary School was a'victim of i a of 223 NW 63rd St., died Mrs. Mary Symonette white rice and brown beans, coffee, fruit and beer. The beer

7,1969 would like to thankthe car accident. He died at Jack March 11. She is survived by 3420 Hibiscus St., Coconut was the only Item that was not available to the budding primary -

many friends and neighborsfor son Hospital March 5. He is: her husband Thomas;a daughter Grove a pioneer citizen, died grade teachers. In the mornng we were given breakfast

the cards, telegrams, survived by his mother Grace : ; her parents Mr. and Mrs. March 17 at Fountainhead and commenced the descent down the Sierra Maestras to Las
flowers and all other kind Melvin Moore and a brother. Nursing Home, North Miami.
two sisters Ella and Lonnie; Mercedes over 5,000 feet below.'Once again in Las Mercedeswe
nesses shown us in our hour three brothers Robert, Earl Services were held Tuesdayin She is survived by one daughter transferred from our Russian-made three-axle-drive truck .

of bereavement. and Clayton, all of 3275 NW the chapel. Mrs. Olive Rainey; five to the more commodious bus for the trip to the city of Holguin.Our .
grandchildren 25 great grand
46th St. {#3.Services were heldin Tammy Sanders of 935 NW ; will first night in Holguin, escounced in the Patallo Hotel,
children. Services be held
Mr. and Mrs. Charles the chapel Wednesday. 45th St., died March 15. She we were given a tour of the city which included a stop-off at
4:30 at Christ
Saturday
Rozier and Family is survived by her parents p.m. the ultra-modern 900-bed Lenin Hospital. A medical mile-

Luther Hall, Jr. of 1930A Mr. and Mrs.William Sanders Episcopal Church.his ston in the American hemisphere, the Lenin Hospital was designed

NW 2nd Ct., died March 8. He and her grandparents. Ser and built by Cubans under the aegis of the Revolutionand

CARD OF THANKSThe is survived by his parents Mr. vices were ,held Wednesdayin wife Annie; three child was completely furnished and equipped the Soviet Union.

family of the late' and Mrs. Luther Hall Sr.; two the chapel. ren; his parents Mr. and Mrs. Eighty five full time doctors, 120 nurses and more than a

sisters Mary Ann and Martha;; George Heastie, Sr.; two brothers thousand attendants and workers staff this facility.
7'! Mrs. Lida Mitchell of 1831
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three brothers Samuel, Moses NW 37th St., died March 11. Samuel and George, Jr.; On the tenty of January we travelled to the city of San
and Joseph. He was a studentof two sisters Eunice Wilson and
She is survived by her hus- German tosee"UrbanoNoris" sugar refinery being completely
Booker T. Washing High band Mell five daughters Rose Geneva Thomas. Serviceswere remodeled and modernized using East German equipmentand
;
5 A School. Services will be held Mitchell, Ethel Jackson, Ruth held Wednesday.Mrs. technicians in the installation of new boilers,pumps generators

I Saturday, 1 p.m. in the chapel, Christy, Everlena Smith. She control panels, centrifuges and electric plant.Special

II I George White of 6801 NW 17 will be shipped Thursday to Alma Smith of 1161 railroad cars manufactured by Rumania will handle the

Ave, died March 8, at Jackson Quincy for services. NW 37th St., died March 14. granulated sugar and special warehouses for the storage. Our

Hospital. He is survivedby She is survived by her husband final night In Iolguin we met with local functionaries and were
James Henry Heastie Sr.
his wife Carrie; a son Jeremiah; six children; asked to make criticisms of the Revolution. Our young guide
of 4817 NW 24th Court died
Timothy; a daughter Hattie M. her mother Mrs. Lucille Andres seemed disappointed when none of us, all revolution-
March 14. He is survived by
Lockett; a sister Bertha Storey; four sisters, two bro arily oriented, could make no significant constructive criti-

t Lamb; three brothers Dan, thers. Arrangements are in cisms.

John and Sidney. Services Mrs. Julia Travis, died complete.Mrs. Following breakfast the next day we' travelled some 125

were held Thursday at Mt.Tabor March 9. She Is survived by Minnie Brown of 5950 miles to the city of Camaguey arriving shortly after noon. At
Church. her husband Emanuel four the Gran Hotel excellent structure with
Baptist ; an colonial-styled
NW 9th Ave. died March 17
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or -- Orlando Simmons of 2545 brothers three sisters. the finest service
; at Jackson Hospital: Survi- patio, we experienced catering Imaginable.While .
ELMER WRIGHT NW 56th St.,Apt.A died March George Lloyd of 691 NW 14th vors include her husband Will. In Camaguey we visited one of the three artificial insemination

wish to take this opportunityto 8 at Jackson Hospital. He is St., Fla. City, died March 11 Arrangements are incompleteMrs. Installations in that area. Here, utilizing the most

thank the many friends and survived by a sister Abbie at Jackson Hospital.He is survived advanced scientific techniques and some of the best breeding
Goddard. Services will be held stock in the world the Cuban Revolution is rapidly building .
neighbors for cards, flowers, by his :aunt Ethel Mae Artie E. McFarland up
prayers and visits during our today in Bartow, Fla. M. Lloyd. Services are Incom 1226 NW 68th Ter.,died March its cattle and dairy Industry. Twenty thousand calves a year

bereavement. Special thanksto Sgt. Johnnie L. Palmer ot: plete. > 18 at Jackson Hospital. She is for one bull is not at all unusual. Already well underway in
158th st. Opa-locks: the Camaguey area is an enormous scheme which is being programmed
2040 NW ,,
Drake Memorial Baptist Louis Me C line of 316 SW survived by her husband Lester
died in Viet Nam March 5. HIs e. for a thirty million liters (about 7 million gallons)
Church, Nurse Pearl McNealand 4th Ave., Homestead, died on ; a daughter Mrs. Hazel
wife Rosettahis of milk per day. Also visited was a school of plastic arts
survived by a ,
the House of Albert Fun March 8. He is survived by his Simmons. Arrangements are
sister music and dance for teachers.
eral Home. Words can never mother Annie; one wife Annie; a son Louis, Jr. incomplete.MICHAEL'S .
gratitude. Mary and a brother Bennie E. From Camaguey in Camaguey Province, we were taken to
express my
Services were held Saturdayat Santa Clara in Las Villas Province where we were housed in a
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Elizabeth Wright, wife 3 p.m. I ;NA---' motel designed on the style of Cuba's now defunct (eliminated

and family Eddie Lee Daniels Sr. oi during Spanish colonialization) Taina Indian abodes.. In

1383 NW 41st St., died March 14140 NORTHWEST 23RD COURT Santa Clara we visited the metallurgical complex Aguilar Nor-

10 at Veterans Hospital. He t PRESENTS iega and witnessed some of the operations from planning,

CARD OF THANKSThe is survived by his wife Eliza drafting, pattern making, die making the casting, In the foundry
SHOW
A TALENT
beth; his mother Rossi Danielstwo t and engineering departments; from the drawing board to

family of the late sons; three sisters. Ser FEATURING LOCAL TALENT t ta the finished product of precision heavy machinery. Other

IVAN ALEXANDERwho vices were held Saturday at MARCH 28, 1969 8:00: P.M. places visited Included the sugar institute, a para-military
departed this life Feb.20, Calvary Baptist facility devoted to the scientiflcs of sugar production and
3 p.m. at Mt. 4343 Northwest 17th Avenue, Miami!, Florida
1969 wish to express our quality control. Upon return to our hotel we found that a plane
Church. DONATIONS: ADULTS $1.00 CHILDREN $.50 ,
gratitude to all of friends ,
our load of Canadian tourists had moved in. They were also get
Mrs. Portia Christian died BENEFIT "BUILDING FUND"a
and neighbors for their kind
a ting an intimate look at the Cuban Revolution.
March 7 at Christian Hospital. CAL ROBERTS, M.C.
ness shown during our hour of ,
From Las Villas we recrossed the mid-section of Cubato
bereavement. Our special She is survived by her husband L CALL MU 1-4060 or MU 8-8141 after 5 pm. |
reach the city of Cienfuegos on the south coast. Cienfuegos
one son Henry two -- - - - - - --
thanks to Range Funeral ,Joe; ; also in the province of Las Villas is an exceedingly picture

Home, Father Kenneth Major daughters GaynellMitchelland sque city and we were housed in the beautiful Hotel Jagua
of the Church of the Incarnation Gwendolyn Rogers; one
overlooking the senic bay. Cienfuegos with its excellent harbor -
the Altar Guild and all sister Melba James and seven facilities is the location of extensive Industrial developments -

other guilds of the Incarna- grandchildren. Services were and facilities. Already in operation is a huge electric
held in the chapel Wednesday.Mrs. .
tion.May 4 plant, a totally mec nized truck-to.ship sugar conveyor sys-
God bless each of you. Ira Bonner Hankersonof P sx Ns r tem a series of warehouses of 90 thousand ton capacity each,
4th Ave: #14 died A
NW
1935
,
fr6t house prefabication plant, cement plant. We witnessed th
Mrs. Irene Alexander, wife March 13. She is survived by loading of a Russian Ship in which the granulated sugar was

and Family her husband Hollis; one son pressure sprayed into the hold. The old method of hundredsof

Georgie. Services are incom men lugging heavy sacks'of sugar for days on end to load a
plete.
ship has given way to the machine-age method requiring hours, _

John E. Reid, Sr of 743 NW only.
GREATER 3rd Ave., died March 11. He Under construction In Cienfuegos is a massive fertilizer

BETHLEHEMRev. is[ survived by his wife Mildred manufacturing complex scheduled for completion by 1971,
Reid and two sons John which will provide 25% of the enormous fertilizer needs being

C. H. Smith, pastor. Jr. and Wallace. Services will programmed for Cuba. We visited a hospital in the Sierra

Mary Hopkins; reporter be held today in Brunswick, Escambray mountains whose director was a black Cuban.It .

Sunday, March 23, the pas- Georgia. is wonderful to report, at no time did detect the presence
tor is asking the church to accompany of racial friction in Cuba under the revolutionary gov

him to Bethel Baptist Clifford Johnson of 18002 ernment. Everywhere we traveled and stopped, would immediately ...

Church in Oakland Park to SW 104th Ave., died March 16 MR. LESTER ALBERT, OWNER. engage Cubans In conversation. Frequently, while out

render service for Rev. Wilson He is survived by his wife strolling alone, I waS able to meet and talk with black Cubans
i
and congregation on theirMen's Lelia; two daughters EmmaL. We have kept the Faith . Your best as well as 'white (NOTE;' In Cuba no _such distinctions are ,
Day. The group will Loono and Margaret; one made) and in almost every instance,up to 90% at least, I found a
leave at 4:30 p.m.and the Male sister Rochelle Green. Services interest will always be served when you call that: their' support'. for the revolution was ,very enthuiastic. -

Chorus will sing. Don'g for are incomplete. the . .' "FT, 3x

get the Pastor's Aid Club an-
Thomas died "
Benjamin ,
J
niversary March 23, at 3 p.m. March/ 10 in Newark, N. J, House of AlbertWhere

Wednesday at 8 p.m. our He is survived by his mother MERCHANTS WHQ ADVERTISE IN THE '

regular prayer meeting. All Georgia; L. Thomas who is a service begins and* never ends '
MIAMI TIMES ARE TELLING
are welcome. A pie sale will YOU THEYAPPRECIATE "
resident of 1600 NW 2nd Ave.
be held at the church Saturday He[ is also survived by a niece THREE LOCATIONS TO SERVE YOU .DOltfG BUSINESS .WITH YOU. ::1

sponsored by the Easter, Mrs. Ethel Johnson of Newark LIBERTY CITY OPA-LOCKA PERRINE THEY ARE COURTEOUS, DEPENDABLE. 4
practice each Wednesday at 6 and sister Prlscilla HawIns. I 8-3311 239-8801
a MU
691-7661 ;eAS E;
P.m.Let Services were held!Sat- pfi PATRONIZE JHEMjI .. .

s: pray for ma: sick and. lurdllJ' 1m me chapel.. )}
shut-fU.. "lL, ;f 1"
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24 THE MIAMI TIMES, Friday, March 21, 1969Women's

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.,.' '". ...'.:. WARD GREATER CHAPELThe ST. JAMES AME Men's Day At New

women of Greater Ward Rev. S. L. Gay, pastor
Chapel AME Church Hallan- Joseph Marshall, reporterWe MacedoniaAll
dale will have their annual Wo wish to thank the Com-
mercial Gardner's Associa- and the Male Ushers fromAn-
men's Day Sunday, March 23beginning roads will lead to
with the 11 a.m. tion and the Square Circle Greater New Macedonia M.B. tioch M. B. Church, Browns-
worship service Mrs. Maeola Sportsman's C lob for wor- Church on Friday night and ville in charge of the services I
shipping with us Sunday and Brother Joe Whitehead will be
Monroe of Ft. Lauderdale Sunday as the men observe
.t ; ,,!/>, r be the guest speaker for the lending a hand to the March- their Fifth annual Men's Day. our featured.. soloist.

1 . .;. .' r.., morning and center her themeon ites Calendar Club. Choir No. The theme for the day is:
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t.... ... ,... : the subject "ChristianWomen 1 wish to thank the membersand "Come, Let us Reason Together Yw
A Vital Link In Creating friends for support at theirst Brethren, Because 4
World Peace." ,Patrick's Day Tea Special Success LiesatLabour's
hiiiV n Jn (!Mpirrff &unI eN
At 3 p.m. there will be a thanks to Mr. and Mrs. Gate.:
special program featuring a Charles Higgs for their hos- -- ...." --
school chorus along with ora- pitality.The .
tions on the subject "Genera-' pastor is asking all
Day At New members who can to accompany -
tion Gap" What, Why, Who,
Generation Gap! presented by him to Key Largo to render " 4

Providence Sunday the youth of the church. services for Rev. David ... '.;i. ; :
.;.... ,
_._----- ". _.......... The evening 'service will Williams congregation, ,t&:' "oil 1. !;";")\";,\'.;:. ".;
March 23 at 3 ;;'"h'i.
f feature Mrs. Leenette Morse Sunday p.m. ..:
'
rv os9 Pennington, special assign Cars will leave the church at . "i.<,I.r..
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ment curriculum writing com- 1 pm. t,, :: '
3w mittee of Dade County Boardof To the sick and shut-ins --

Public Instruction, Miami. God's mercies are as old as .
You are cordially invited to eternity, and yet they are new ;r

Join the congregation in mak- every morning. REV. I. H. READON
in the 1969 women's..dayevent i Morning Speaker I

of unusual significance, MEMORIAL BAPTIST .
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Mrs. Ora Mae Hollinger is wuruww
Rev. I. C. Mickins, pastor DEA. VANDELLBOVAN t.
general chairman and Mrs.
8 8C Lucille Beckett, reporterOn General Chairman .
aS
Elizabeth Dent chairman.
Sunday, March 23, im- a

ss . mediately following morning
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services the pastor and con-
,
Mrs. I C, Mickins,
aid gregation will motor to 16600
.Evening Speaker GRACEThis
NW 44th Court, the site of the
Plan now to attend because Sunday has been set newly organized Memorial

Mrs. Leenette Pennington everyone Is Invited to come aside as "Christian Visita- Temple Baptist Church. A
Morning SpeakerAll and help us celebrate this won- tion Day", to emphasize the brief Topping Ceremony will
derful occasion. Importance of our visiting the be held in observance of the
roads will lead to New Mrs. Christine Wright is sick and shut-in, prospective church as it nears completion.The .
Providence M. B. Church,760 chairman, Mrs Well Williamsis members, and inactive mem- public is cordially invitedto
NW 53rd St., Sunday, March co-chairman and Rev. C,J. bers. We ask that you visit attend. Services will con-
23, where Rev. C. J. Burneyis Burney Is pastor.Drake fellow members and friends in tinue at its temporary location 3 si
the pastor.We the name of your church. To 4116 NW 167th Street until fur-
will observe our Ninth MemorialMen's climax this month "Church ther notice. All members are i
Annual Woman's Day with two Visitation Day", we will havea asked to attend the weekly ac-
of the best speakers in Miami. discussion and Informal tivities of the church. REV. J. E. JENKINS
They Leenette Pen-" Day At prayer service at the church We are inded happy to have Afternoon SpeakerThe
_
nington will be our morning this Sunday at 6 p.m. Yes, we you worship with us. Please r'
speaker and Mrs L C. Micklns The chairmen, Brother have good intentions; and we continue to make our church BRO. ROSBY DAVISCoChairman afternoon speaker will
Tripp, Brother Brooks and often "I meant to visit be Rev.James E.Jenkins.pas--,
will be our evening speaker. say, your choice of worship. Pray
Brother Rains, along with all but . Let not the month that today the example of your tor of Friendship M.B.Church

,. CHR1SIJANFELLOWSHIP the men of Drake Memorial go by,' my friend,without making life may be worthy for othersto On Friday night(tonightjourPreMen's ) along with the Male Chorus of
invite your presence on Sunday at least one visit as a representative follow. Day program will Greater New Bethel M. B.
to help them observe their of your church. be held with Rev. Remond Church, and the Male Ushers
Rev. P._ S. Brown, pastor Men's Day. Rev. W, .F. Savoy, pastor I Baker, pastor, Friendship M. from Friendship M.B.Church.
M. L. Nixon, reporterA The morning speaker will be TRANSFIGURATION.Father B, Church,Dundee,Fla.,being Deacon Marvin Ludlow will be
Musical Tea sponsored Mr. Daniel Francis, and the the speaker with Choirs Nos. our featured soloist.
the Ushers' and Choir will be evening speaker will be the E. S. Clark, vicar 1 & 2, Ushers' Boards Nos. 1 There will be no evening
at the home of Brother and Honorable Mr.Luther Brooks. MT. PLEASANT The Episcopal Churchwomen & 2 and the entire congrega- services and the ladies will be
Sister Thomas Blue, 1201 NW The theme for this year is: of the church are spon- tion of Greater New Macedonia serving dinners in the dining
68th St.,Sunday March 23 from Christian Men: Letting Their Rev. A. H, Lockett, pastor soring their annual passion in charge of services. room for the men and their

4 to 6 p.m. You are.cordially Light Shine On God"Please A Come, M, and Hollimon, reporter with 1 Sunday Tea Sunday, March 23, On Sunday at 9:30 a.m., our guests, absolutely freel!
worship us
Invited to attend. be present to Join in 4:30 p.m. at the church, 15260 Sunday School will be held with Come out and spend the en-
one and all our doors swing
to visitors and ,
Thanks the prayers and songs of NW 19th Ave., Opa-locka.Rev. the superintendents and visiting I tire day with us and witnessthe
friends for making the Tom will be to wide on welcome hinges. We Stafford Sweeting vicar of the of
praises that given teachers in charge. Rev. crowning Mr. Greater
Thumb Wedding a grand suc- God for another year of bless are now working toward feel with ourWomen's Orthodox Church of Carol City Ernest Ross from New Shiloh :New Macedonia, 1969 and the
cess. You are welcome to wor- Day. We will be the guest speaker. presentation of the to
tags.1. will
: cooperation it will be a M. B, Church bring the trophy
ship with us. The cubs will have a sale your Special feature: Selections by high points of the lesson. 1 the leading auxiliary of the
Annie
Mrs. M.
huge success.
Sunday Is "Vow Day. Captains on Friday afternoon at 630. the choral and instrumental The morning speaker will I church. Who will it be? Come
Bennett chairman and
Mrs.
are asking their mem- Please come to the church and students of the Charles R, be Rev. Irvin H, Readon, pastor I out and see.
Elizabeth cochairmanare
bers to make this the best day. Lundy,
Easter practice will begin help them with their project. asking for your prayersand Drew Junior High School. The of William Chapel F. B. :Rev. Roscoe Jackson, pastor
soon. Send your children to cooperation.We public is cordially invited.We Church and Jordan Chapel Willie J. Beard, reporter
have planned a special pro F.. B.. 5=!Church along with the ,
Sunday School so that they may also pray for the sick and !,.
get the Information. afflicted all over the. world. gram Just for you. Male Chorus from Antioch ST. LUKE AME

Sister Billy Way, chairmanof 4 M, B. Church Liberty City,
the women's day programis Rev. L. J. Leel pastorWe
holding a meeting for all 4yy JORDAN GROVE were happy to have the

captains at her home Thurs- Rev. Douglas Cook; pastor ST. MATTHEWS ST. LUKE district president of the lay-
day night. She Is requesting Eddfo Gilbert,"reporter;: Rev. Randall, pastor men and several laymen from
all captains to please be pres- The,'.t.WJlr, wffli;celebrate Wynell Turner, reporterOn Rev. P. W, Williams, pastor other churches to worship with
E their tmual:Fellowship:Pro- Sunday at 3 p.m. there Kathleen Streeter, reporter us. Also the visitors from
ent.Visit and pray for those who gram on Sunday, March 23 at will be a Musical program, t The two senior choirs No. 1 West Palm Beach.The district
are 111.Help the less fortunate. 3 p.m. The public Is invited. sponsored by Sister TownsendIn and No. 2 will have a Finan- president organized the lay-
Sister Brown is president behalf of the No.1 Choir and cial Effort Program, Sunday men of St. Luke and started
a az The Rev.. 1 Slater will deli- Men's Day. March 23, at 3 p.m. them out for the year's work.
ver the message.. The the fifth Sunday night The Junior Ushers' Board. Members and friends are
ST. MARY'S The Rev. Butler and con- there will be a musical pro- will have a Car Wash on this asked to come out Tuesday at

.Rev. H. V. Stuart, Minister z gregation will be here in behalf gram sponsored bytheMo- Saturday March 22. Please 8 p.m. for class meeting.The .
ther's Board. support our Juniors. youth are asked to meetat
During the 11 a.m.servicesthe of the Willing Workers
Male Chorus will sing and Club on Tuesday night, March The Sunday School and Please pray for our sick and St. Luke on Saturday at 3
there will be a testimonial 25, at 8 p.m. YPCL will celebrate their an- bereaved members. Remem- p.m. for Easter rehearsal.
meeting. Ushers' Board No. 1 Mrs. Sadie Temple active The pastor is asking the No. niversary the second Sundayin ber your are Invited to worship Visitors are welcome.Don't
a will serve. in religious circles, has, been 1 Choir and the church at largeto April. Pray for the sick and with Street.us this Sundayat1790NW55th forget to pray for the sickand

' Fellowship services will beheld appointed by Dr. Susie Holley, accompany him at New shut-ins. shut-Ins.

,I between St. Mary's and as chairman of candy sales for Bethlehem, Rev. C. H, Smith,
r New Bethel Baptist Church, the Miami area. pastor on this Friday night at
Rev. E. Williams, pastor at Mrs. Temple succeeds Miss 8 p.m. Bishop Nesbitt Sr. Holds ConvocationThe I
: 5 p.m. on Sunday, March 23 at Marie White of Mt. Zion Bap- The C Lord C's will renderan
;' St. Mary's Church. tist Church. She Is presidentof after service song serviceon 1969 Holy Convocationof ly 48 years. The above captioned tures and workshops for
.\ Joint choirs and Joint the Missionary Society of Sunday night.. The public is the Church of God Christ, Bishop Nesbitt who ministers and religious work-
1 ushers' boards'will serve during First Baptist Church of invited. Western Florida will convenein landed there in Miami in 1907is ers.

a this service. Brownsville, the Rev. W. M. Jacksonville, Florida at the the oldest minister and sen-
t.f Dinner sales every Saturday Davis, pastor and a memberof DAY SPRING M. B. Church of God auditorium, ior bishop of the Church of God There will be revival services -

" sponsored by the Men's the Baptist Women's Council Rev W. M. Slater, pastor corner of Steele and Blue Sts., in Christ in Florida and one of each night, along with
b Day committee. For delivery, Ruby Lee Burton, reporter Tuesday, March 18 through the oldest bishops In the midnight prayer meditation.
\ 'f( call 758-1601. Sister E. K. Baptist women throughoutthe Prayer meeting on Tuesday Sunday, March 23.The Rt.Rev. general church. He has esta- Supt. Harvey L. Bryon of Ft.
,:( Johnson, ls. G. Trotman and state are raising funds night. The pastor is asking all Wales R. Nesbitt, Sr. is the blished and serviced churches Lauderdale, Elders Raymond
\I Bro. C. Adderly are at home. through the sale of candy which to come out.Mother presiding prelate. throughout Florida Bishop Walker Jr. and Raymond Wal-
All other sick and shut-1ns remain will erect a headquarters for Cooper Is still on the Nesbitt extends an invitationto ker Sr. of Dania and Elder Ru-
the same. Let us continueto the Baptist women of Floridato sick list. This statewide holy convocation all Christians to come and pert Saunders of W. Palm Bch,
pray for and visit all of be known as the "Candy Pray for the sick and shut-I has met annually in Join in this great Christian fel- will lead the east Florida dele-
them. House." ins. Jacksonville approximate- lowship and school in the lec- gation.r .

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THE MIAMI TIMES, Friday, March 21, 1969 25

Women's Day At Mt. Tabor ANTIOCH NEW HOPE

Rev. p. W. Wiggins, pastor Rev. W. E. Sims, pastor
Sunday Dlnettle Cobb, reporterThe Loraine Fuller, reporter

tJ.t'II,","',' ,.,.,iI..!'.,. > :'lh'r;,', I,,-' -. ,. .. .. congregation is askedto I The Deacons and Deacon-
:
'
'<>' ;,(rg"f" ''1' "fit accompany the pastor to, esses wish to thank allpu'tic1-
"
i"{ ,, First Baptist Church of; pants who attended their an-

,, Brownsville Friday March| niversary last Friday night
\ 21. The Male Chorus and Usher and Sunday morning. It was a

Board No. 1 are asked to, great success. Money raised
.A
render service. $523.00.

The Male Chorus will spon- Sunday, March 23 from 3:30to

1 sor a Musical Program,' 5:30 p.m. the Missionary
March 20 at 8 p.m. Various Society will present a Pr e-
lj singing groups will be there. Spring Tea at the home of Sis.
There will be a dinner sale i Loraine Fuller, 1930 NW 94th

'1 at the home of Sis.and DeaconH. i 'St. Everyone is Invited..

Lundy, 3093 NW 59th St. Thursday night at 8 p.m. is

.... Please contact either If you, our regular prayer meetingand
wish to have a dinner delivered Bible class The public is

gspa' to your home, or pick it t invited.
up after 11 a.m. on March 22. Friday afternoon at 4:30
MRS. MARIE CARL -"'- "" <"" The Youth Choir will spon- p.m. is our Easter practice.

. Morning Speaker MRS. WILLIE MAE,COOPER t sor a musical program, March Parents please send your 1 S
. General Chairman 23, at 3 p.m. Everyone is invited children out on time. Sister
Mrs. Marie S.Carl currently Linda Vickers is in charge.

the executive director Eco- Each auxiliary 'is urged to, Let us re member to pray for
,
nomic Opportunity Program, f keep working hard for their and visit cur sick and shut- w Y

Inc., is the speaker for the baby contestant The contest: in.. They need your strength tw: :

morning worship at Mount Tabor will terminate March 30, at In their; time of weakness.

Baptist Church, ,Sunday, 3 p.m. -
March 23. The Junior Church Dept is 'SHILOH Mrs. Maecfon Bui lard. Women's
Her rich and varied background v w I
&. sponsoring a "Miss Teenage

include: Domestic Relations Antioch" contest, Any teens ,Rev. A. M.;Griffin,pastor Day Speaker At Bethel
Counselor; Legal Ad- interested in being a contes Cheryl English, reporter
,
visor, State of Minnesota Department tant please contact either Sis.- The pastor Is asking the en" > Sunday' March 23 is Wo- ,these ladies are: Mrs. Lillian
of Public Welfare; H. Sanders, R. Pratt or G. tire church to go with him Fri men's Day at ,Greater Bethel Steward (3) and Mrs. Iona

and Consultant 0 f U. S.Senate Robinson. i day, March 21,Antioch Bap- AME Church, 245 NW 8th St. Bucholtz (4))who are cochairmen
Subcommittee to investigate : /' Ward No. 2 of the Women's tist Church of Brownsville, According to Mrs. Ruth Hy- And committee chair-

Juvenile delinquency 1. Day observance will sponsora 'Rev J. W. Steverson, pastor. smith, general chairman (1), men: Miss Melzie Elliott (5)

All roads lead to Mt. Taboron (. fl'.. Musical Program March 28. Easter'practice will be on Mrs. Maedon Smith Bullard Sunday School; Mrs. Sylvest-

Sunday, March 30. The occasion 1 Come and bring your shouting Mondays, Thursdays and Saturdays (2) will be the guest speaker erW. Adams(6), Patron Lists;
is Women's Day.: The shoes. Sis. Lillie Ross, cap- at 4:30 p.m. during the morning worship., Mrs. Susie W. Francis (7),
theme tain. The Pastor's Aid Club will Mrs. Bullard, a Helping Publicity and Mrs. Naomi
the
Society: "Orbiting with Christian Great Women MRS. CLARETHA B. COOK; Ushers'.No. 2 will sponsora meet tonight at the home of Sis. Teacher in Dade's Public ''Symonette (8), Music Committee. -

." The goal is $10,000.- . Cochairmanretha Pretty Cup Tea March 29, i Sheffield. Schools, is a dynamic speaker There are other commit-,

The,morning speaker will be B. Cook,*co-chairman. at the home of Mr. and Mrs. Homecoming will be held the with a winning personalityand tees and a host of active cap-

the dynamic Mrs. Marie S. We are anxiously waiting to I James Simmons,4222 NW 11th ;fourth Sunday in April, Rev. is certain to please the tains.
Carl of Economic Opportunity find out who will be crowned Ct, at 7:30 p.m. Roscoe Jackson and congregation large audience which has been All women organizations,
Program Inc. Mrs. Mt. Tabor. Which( Please remember to pray i will be in charge of the invited to hear her. whether church, fraternal or

heavenly body will it be Jupiter for the sick, shut-In, and men 11 a.m. service. Rev. T. S. Johnson, pastor social, are invited to attend
We are certain that we will Neptune, Saturn or who?\ on the battlefield everywhere. Red Circle and Sunshine of Greater Bethel,has expressed and be recognized in groups

reach our goal with the help of This Saturday, March 22 Band
such loyal members and will be the final dinner sale.! GREATER MT. HERMAN day. Let us remember to visit elated over the fine group of tended a cordial invitation to
friends as you.The women who Please call 691-8732 and place ]and pray for the sick and shut- Christian ladies who are be present. (Numbers refer to
are leading us to victoryare your order. Watch out for next|: Rev. G. Champion,pastor in. working hard to make the pictures above)

Mrs. Willie Cooper, gen- week is financialresultsofth e 1 Helen Golden, reporter effort a huge success. Among Photos by Dan Francis _
eral chairman and Mrs. Cla- women's day drive. The chairman and cochairman NEW MT. MORIAH -,
Mrs. G. Dalls and Mrs. NEW BETHEL
,, ,,
Re,. A.-If. Shipp, pastorSis.
ZION HILL
A. Hamilton, along with the BAPTIST
MT. OLIVETTEThe I Evelyn Souter reporter
,
SALTERS
CHAPEL. women would like to take this
I Rev.. Ernest Williams,pastor Rev, James Pickett
opportunity to thank pastor
Sunday School will havetheir everyone
Rev. H, M.Salmon,pastor annual program on Eas who helped us so graciously Alice Harris, reporterThe There will be an Easter

Hattie H.Humes,reporterThe ter Sunday at 3 p.m. All participants to make our women's day a Ministers and Deacons rally Sunday all members are
is Union will convene with us 1 asked to with two dol-
the register
pastor asking entire success. To all captains and
are asked to attend I March 28 30. The
openingprogram
church to him lars.
accompany rehearsals. Wednesdays. committees you are truly won-
to New Bethel AME Church, derful. will take place Dinners are being sold
The Youth Choir will singon
Thursday at 8 p.m. We
Hialeah are Saturday at the church
on Thursday evening "Christian Women Helping every
the fifth Sunday this month i
March 29 at asking all choirs to appear on 2385 NW 60th St. Phone 633-
7:30. others find their to God"
which will be Palm Sunday,all I way the opening well
Tuesday evening will be our members are asked to attendrehearsals I was truly exhibited throughout program as 5685.,
as all usher boards.
business On the fifth Sunday there will
meeting. The pastoris and be on time. the day. A heartfelt thank
asking all officers and The women of Mt. Olivette| you to all members and friends sold We are asking all who have be a tea at the church, refreshments -
candy, to please give will be served.
members to attend. from the various churches
under
the of
The church Is asking that all Mrs. Frances chairmanship Johnson, Mrs.\* to everyone who helped us in monies to those you receivedthe Zion Hill is in need of a''pianist -
candies from
parents send their children to Carolyn Davis and Mrs. Mary our efforts. We raised the possible. The chairman.Don't as soon. as please call 633-5685 or
Sunday School on Sunday amount of 634-3261.
$6,670.07.
Fisher are planning to make)
forget our weekly The ladies are toward
morning. We were happy to have with working -
this year's women's day the, 1 meeting
prayer every Tuesday their annual
women's
Wednesday evening Choir greatest in the history of our us Sunday our Presiding Elder REV. SA TCJIISON at 8 for the sick
p.m. Pray No. 1 and 2 will have Joint rehearsal church. Mrs.. Johnson has set and his wife It is our pleasureto and shut-ins
The No. 2 Choir will Sister Francis begin
report that our
Quarterly
her goal at $10,000. We hope
Woodside and Bro. Hezekiah
their You are, welcome to attend
Friday evening the pastoris conference anniversary Friday
that the membership will give was a success. Sears
asking all adults to night at 8 p.m with a musical both, at home. Let us our services every Sunday.
young these fine ,women their full Please come to visit us any visit our sick.CHRISTIAN. '
assemble at the church at 5 support. time you are always welcome. program and will climax Sun- Prayer 'meeting every Tues-'
p.m. for instructions in the Continue to tune us In each day evening at 3 p.m.with Rev day night.To the sick and shut-
-
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youth program.Let Sunday, WMBM at 12:15: p.m. Samuel Atchison pastor of ins there is always hope.TEMPLE .
us continue to pray for We welcome your cards and ST. PAULRev. New Mt. Calvary Baptist

the sick and shut-ins.Visitorsare letters. T.:C. Kelly, pastor Church delivering the message VALLEYElder

always. welcome to our Mary Amos, reporterThe and St.I Matthews Freewill -

services. C. A. Gibbs Club invite Choir No. 2 renderingsong A. Ford, pastor OD Sunday the Templeites

you to their annual Spring Sip, service. The public is in- Blondie Higgins, reporter will sing during the morningand

CORINTH March 23, at the home of Mr. vited. 5431 SWMayost. i the No. 1 Choir the even
and Mrs. Edward The pastor wishes to thank
BEREA Braynon, West Hollywood 1 ing service.
BAPTIST Rev. M. Paschal, pastor 1160 NW 55th Ter., at.4 p.m. each one who accompanied him There will be a Spring Tea The No. 1 and 2 Choirs will .,

Rev. j. Toles, pastor Bernice Ector, reporterLet All Junior and young adults to St. Luke Baptist Church on Sunday from 4- 6 pm.at Mars i rehearse Jointly Friday night
Luella Robinson,reporterThe us remember that Tues are asked to meet Saturdayat Monday night. Rev. P.W.Williams Hill Christian Church, NW 68 in preparation for the Easter

Deacons and Deacon- day, March 25 at 7 p.m. all 4:30 p.m. for their rehear- pastor. St. and 24th Ct., sponsored by i services.
esses will sal. The No.3Cholr wish to thank Mother Ford. The Mother and
begin celebrating roads lead to Corinth Church Our prayers get-well
their anniversary on this Anniversary. The Rev. C. H. Remember to attend the each one who participated and Ford Chorus will sing along wishes go to all the sick and
Thursday night March 20 Smith pastor of New Bethle- Joint affaIr'given by the chair- were present at their after- with other groups, thisSundayat shut-ins. "-

Sundy night.Thursday. hem Baptist Church and congregation man of men's and women's day service program on Sunday 8:30 p.m. They will sing at

night Rev. Nelson will be in charge. March 22, at the home of Miss night. .Zion Hill Baptist Church, NW
and the pilgrim Rest Baptist You are cordially invited. Dolores Haglns. All roads will lead to us on 60th St. and 24th Ave. Rev.

Church will be in charge Deacon Roscoe Ector, chairman Remember, our slckand the fourth Sunday April when Pickett is pastor.
Friday night Rev. Swain and j shut-in and pray for their good we will have our annual Wo- PILGRIM REST

the Mt. Zion Freewill Bap- The program committee is J health and f or i divine guidance.ST. man's Day.Please .
Rev. James Nelson pastor
tist Church will be in charge asking all children in the Eas- pray for world peace ,
Myrtlce, Hicks, reporter
and for sick and
oar shut-ins.
Saturday night Mother Wal- ter exercise to be present and
Lest we forget a tiny reminder -
ker will be in charge of the on time for their regular re- MATTHEWS M.B. Visitors are.always welcome.. MT. CALVARYRev. that our annual Women's -


program.Sunday at 3 p.m.Elder Ford hearsal.The Ministers and Deacons All roads will lead to St. Mat- ROSEHILL S. Atchison,pastor to terminate Day is now the third in progress Sundayin

and the Christian Valley Hol- Union will convene at the''thews, 6100 NW 24th Avenue, You are ivlted to an Old
April. We
March 23 at Revival meeting will start are solicitingyour
liness Macedonia Baptist Church of 2:30 p.m.lorthe
Church will be in Fashion service in an old fash-
""'laying of the corner stone. April 14m through 18th. Rev.J. support.
Beach Friday night
charge. pompano Ion way at Mt. Calvary Bap-
Dinners will be sold at the at 7:00 Rev. M. L. Paschal and Mr. J.. Dawkins and Gmft-;- C. Wooden will be the min tist Church, 1140 NW 62nd St. sick Sister list Lillie Lewis is on fora our
we are praying
church Saturday, call 691- Corinth will be in charge.Rev. man Masons of Dade Country ister. The public is invited to Come out and be in the morn ,

6069 or 633-8942 F. W. Wilson is pastor. You will conduct the laying of the come out and worship with us. ing service and have dinner speedy Visitors recovery. wel-
are always
stone. The is Rev. T. L. Evans
public invited. pastor.
Let invited. with
us pray for world peace. are us. come to worship with us.






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26 THE MIAMI TIMES Friday, March 21, 1969

BIBLE CHURCHOF HOUSE OF PRAYERThe MILROCKRev. MT. SINAI

GOD 42nd Annual Holy Con Andrew Jackson,pastor Baptismal services will be
Round About vocation of The United House 0. Furgerson,reporter held Sunday morning The con.I -
Bishop E. ,E. Rahming pastor r
,
of Prayer For All People,819 The Minister and DeaconUnion I verts will receive instructions
Shirley Cooper,reporterWe NW 2nd Avenue is conveningfrom workers under the direction from the Baptist Church Co-
Talk are inviting you to wor March 16 through March of the Greater UnionAssociation I venant by the pastor.,
ship with us Sunday in our ser
30. will convene at the Membership registration
vices.
BY JIMMY "SCOOP" BETHEL, Everyone is invited. Added church starting March 2630. for 1969 will culminate March
Sunday at 3 p.m. the pastor
attractions will be singing all members to 31.
Asking our I
TALK OF THE TOWN. . Bill Cosby (guest bossln') on the and members will attend services
musical bands The of the
a.qd. preaching please cooperate with us and I lay church will
Johnny Carson's late show in Hollywood at 2228 '
night Monday night featuring
gone, '
every night. Weekend attraction support this union. meet with the pastor'Ph'ur''sday :
"big Jimmy((100 Rifles double Hood Street.
) Brown. . "Sam and Dave" (
will be the Honorable The 1 March 20 7 for the
No. choir will be in i p.m.,
soul singers) rearranging their "big band" . The movie There will be a special program
Bishop W. McCollough the of training session.
charge
pictures to see: Shirley Mac Lane's"Sweet Charity" featuring, sponsored Sunday at 7 prayer meeting:
leader of the United House of Tuesday, March 18.Don't To our sick, shut-ins, and
Sammy Davis, (as big Daddy) Ricarido Montalban (as the actor p.m. in behalf of the windowsfor '
Prayer. No donations are to bereaved families "There Is
re- forget pray for all
) and Paula Kelly,plus the all black cast "Uptight" the church.
quested. the in the
sick and shut-in. power Blood..
. Featuring, Raymond St. Jacques, Ruby Dee and Frank
Silvera . Cannonball Adderley, after a record breaking THANKFUL BAPTIST
stint at Harlem's Apollo Theatre, heading for Paris Franceto Rev C. T. Ramsey, pastorSis. ST. AGNES ZION HOPE

headline an "international Jazz concert" the last of March Edna Troutman, reporterThe Father L. L. Sands, rector Thursday, March 20, Choir

WHERE HATE BEGINS. . White student admits lie, Said pastor wishes to thank Bryley Newton, reporterThe No. 1 will begin the celebra-
three "blacks stabbed him". It started In Brooklyn, March 3, all the members and friendsfor sympathy of all goes out t tion of their 10th anniversary, :
with the headline, "Police Sought Three Negroes For Stabbing making the dinner sale a to Mr. Hansel Higgs whose) and Friday, March 21, it will i
White Student". Then came the"big story" March 14. A white i success on last Saturday. sister-in-law died last week. come to a climax. Various
Thomas Jefferson High School student leader who had blamed | On Sunday at 3 p.m. the The Parish Chapter wishesto i choirs of the city will be present I
three Negroes with stabbing him in the heart admitted his Rev. Torrance and the New thank the members of St. each night. If you miss
story was a lie and he had been accidentally knifed by a friend. b a Kingdom Baptist Church will Agues' Church and their this, you will miss a treat. The
(who is also white) the knifed student victim, Leo Andreoli of render friends for their cooperationin i public Is invited to come out
services in behalf
of
'East New York, 955 Cleveland St. was placed under arrest its first Lenten'Tea on last: and help them make their anniversary
last Wednesday in Brookdale Hospital on the charge of fihflg a our drive will climax on Sunday. Mrs. Euturpie New a success. Deacon
false report to police. His friend, Josep (Gypsy) Tumscltz the fourth Sunday night In some, president of the Parish Locke, president.
was arraigned on a felonious assault charge. It began when i April. Chapter. On Thursday, March 20,
the white students was at city hall protesting alleged insults | We are asking all parentsto Saint Marie Chapter invite Sister ,Pauline Davis, No. 2
by Negro students. They claimed obscenities had been hurledat please send their childrenout you to a Sacred Concert which choir's pianist celebrated her
them during a school assembly held in memory of slain The officers and membersof to the Easter rehearsal on will be held April 13,at 4 p.m. birthday, we hope she lives to
black nationalist leader Malcolm X. Hiram Lodge No. 632 F. & Tuesday at 5 p.m. Tickets can be obtained from see many more.

YESTERDAY'S DREAMS TOMORROW'S SORROWS. . A. M. PHA.wish to thank Day Wednesday night at 8 p.m., any member of the chapter. The Junior Dept. and Male
Saturday night, March 8th, the George Heasties(she's the for- Spring Missionary Baptist Weekly prayer services. Let Donations are a dollar for Chorus meet Saturday. All
mer Gloria Steward) gave their "fabulous new home' house Church, Rev. Slater, the masonic 'us please remember our sick adults and fifty cents for child members are asked to be
warming at 1831 NW 183rd St., North Miami Beach. Wednes- family and friends in and shut.ins. ren. present and on time.

day, March 12 George received news from Bangingham, NY joining with us to celebrateour
that his brother James Heastie had died of a heart attack. So 20th anniversary on Sunday
George and his buddy, Bill Bethel arrived at NY-Kennedy air- March 9th at 3 p.m.
port and suttle up state to Bangingham.After making arrangements We were happy to have with ; TL a
for his brothers body to be flown to Miami, accompanied us some of our grand heads } _
by the widow, George and Bill left New'York Sunday night present, our grand master, 7co
(by car) for Miami with his "late brother's four children. Rudolph Bradley 33 degrees,
Funeral service had been arranged for Wednesday, March 19. of the Most Worshipful Union W 9"tl i1i
James Heastie was employed by "IBM" as a technician. Grand Lodge of the State of
Florida, our Grand Eminent
Commander Hilton Brown,
Deputy Grand Eminent Com

mander John Taylor, Deputy
Grand High Priest of Royal
4
Arch Masonry C. P. Bentley, + p7
along with our DistrictDeputy
L. G. Bode and toall our Worshipful &$ frI

Masters, visiting bro $
thers, especially our master' f; 1t1M
of ceremonies Samuel D. Bur. i

roughs, W. M. of King David
Lodge No. 638.Again,we thank

N you.Howard
Hearst, W. M. and
members.

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FIRST BAPTISTThe

PRETTY FOXES AT A PARTY . AH in a picture: Top Ushers Board would Mary Arline No. 99 Order of Eastern Star, Free and Accepted Modern

left to right: Mrs. Bill Bethel, (Woody) "Sexxzzy' Jackie like to express their thanks to Masons, Inc. celebrated their 2nd Anniversary, Sunday, March 9th at Peaceful

Thomas, (Fort Lauderdale beauty) Mrs. George Heastieformer each and everyone for such Zion Church, Dt. Adgnoe Bradshaw, Worthy Matron; Mary Jones, Asst. Ma
Gloria Steward) "PN at Cedar of Lebanon Hospital, now fine support in their anniver
studying for her RNL . Bottom left to right: Model Rosa tron; Marvin Mclntry, W. P.; Katie Paris, Fin. Sec.; Emma Jones, Rec. Sec.;

Clements (pretty, Dade Jr. college south, student) and daughter sary.Wednesday, March 19 the Robbie McTyre, Treasurer; Noble Mary Arline, Grand Worthy Matron.Thereare

1 Selena. (Like mom, like daughter) . Louise Woolforka pastor will begin celebratinghis thirty members on the chapter's roll.FRANKLIN'S.
very lovely thing. (What a thing to have) . Cute Adelle 7th anniversary. The public
Humes, Carol City teen-model (picture top left) most popular is invited. -
girl . Bill Bethel made a quick stop over in Brooklyn and
Washington, D. C. Sunday enroute back to Miami. (Pictured MT. CARMEL CARPET

bottom left) This is Scoop Bethel saying, time and tide waits There will be a tea at the
for no man. C-U-NX-WK. home of Sister Debris My- 0650 NW 22ND AVENUE

rick Sunday in behalf of Men's SPECIALIZING IN RUG SALES & CLEANING
Day. DeaconSheffield Is the
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There will be a contest between CARPETING CLEANED IN 'YOUR HOME OR OUR PLANT
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The Very Latest in Men's Fashions singing. ;;'Jli'F; .'1r. ''. ;. ..,' .. "'i'l'I";.,, J
SILK MOHAIR SUITS HATS There will be a Deaconess , ;:! ;tfo.r: it: /' ..\.. !'1t'
.
"' ITALIAN SHOES Convention at Mt. Carmel on !IWi'iJ 1j.j. .- Wednesday night before the ; tt IJ ,!1' 1,1. .' .
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and hear us. Visitors are always jI/ .
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welcome. El I 'tVif'S..=f4 j;.
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Pray for the in .l 'f. :4 J
boys Viet- 'It.: r,
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nam. Remember the sick and ''47:. 1JJIjJ.l'1 1c $ ,,* '.' !
1 Brand New shut-in and those who have lost I \l r,: ".:."
some of their love ones.MT.CALVARY.
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'I' of yesterday. That good old

lit. has Free Home Demonstration time religion Sunday the wayit
Rug tool NO Obligation terms used to be. Old Fashion
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Ext. wands Prayer meeting and Bible
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THE MIAMI TIMES, Friday, March 21, 1969 27

Richmond Heights Wins


Ranches Allapattah Track MeetThe .. 0 0


second Allapattah Jun- team.
NewsBy ior High School invitational i Other meet records were

Walter Bow Track Meet was held on Fri- Improved when Dorsey Junior LOUNGES LAUNDRY CONTRACTORSJ.
day, March 14, at 1 p.m. K:, High "B" class 440 relay team
EARL'S H. COPELAND
ZEBRA LOUNGE CLEANING!
The South Br award Post No. was the expression of manyspectators ran a 46.8. Hershey Wilson of 4400 NW 7th Avenue WILLIAMS' CONSTRUCTION

8195 VFW Membership DriveIs coaches, and participants Madison Junior High ran 23.0 Earl Edward, Prop. TAILORS & CLEANERS 2939 NW 48th Terrace

now on, all veterans who that this meet pro- 220 yard dash. Bernard Jack- 1 Day Service. Alteration .Indultrl Phone a I-Commerc 634-6233 I 01
vided a worthwhile FUNERALDIRECTORS 4642 NW 27th Avenue
have served overseas are opportunity son of Madison ran a 10.0,100 Residential
eligible to join this post.Meet- for the boys of Dade Count ty yard dash, and 0 Madison 880 634.9251Agents

ings on first and third Sundayof to participate in competitive relay team chopped three- MANKER-MILTON
each month at the post homeon sports at the junior high level. tenth seconds off the old mark, 6701 NW 691.9151 15th Avenue A-7 LABORNO

Pembroke Road. Members The meet was sponsored by running a 1:36.3. FEE PAIDDAILY

joining this post last week the Allapattah Junior High Clifford Felder would like RAHMINGS MORTUARY EVERGREEN Wanted DrIvors, Mon with ears.
were Comrade Hubert A.New- School PhysicalEducatlonDe- 5253 NW 7th Avenue Fork lift. Laborers War.Opon ...
to express his appreciation to !
tell The Miami
partment under the leadershipof 754-0681 or 754.0682IMPORTEXPORT Agents to hOItemen. 5t30 a.m.
ton, 4770SW27thSt.WHolly- all schools
that participated
Clifford Felder. Dr. Times art wanted'oll over
wood. He retired from the Kenneth Walker is the school's and helped to make the sec- Florida and Georgia. They I A-l

ArmyAir Force after serving principal.Six ond annual Allapattah Invi- HOUSE OF 7 SEASBOUTIQUE may be boys and girls or : EMPLOYMENTRestaurant

20 years, his rank was Major new meet records were tational a success. >> adults. Make ..pendlngmon.y. 1 Hotel)
when he retired. Comrade Afro-Aslan Fashions
established when Reginald I I Team points, and order of Jewelry PorfumeeArts Write or call Mrs. Domestic, Factory
RaIford Seymour of 5042 SW Carter trimmed four-tenth finish: Richmond Heights; Crafts Davis, 6530 NW 15th Ave., 534 H. MIAMI I AVENUE
17th St. and Comrade John H.
seconds off the old time of Allapattah byvirture of 4409 NW 7th Avenue 6910421. .
Evans of 749 NW 3rd ct. Hal-
8.4. His time was 8.0 in the more first place finishers);
landale. DRESS
The ladies auxiliary will class "B" 75 yard dash. Dorsey 25; Madison 23; PATRICIA'S SHOPS INC.
Robert Heard lowered the"BU Brownsville 13; Drew 8; 5843 NW 17th Avenue
hold their meeting Sunday MERCHANTS WHO ADVERTISE IN THE
class 100
yard dash time from Kinloch Park 3;Horace Mann 696-3515
March 23 at 5 p.m. all mem- 10.7 to 10.2. Both 3 MIAMI TIMES ARE TELLING YOU THEY
bers please be presentat4816 boys are ; J. F. Kennedy 0; G. W. LORY'S FASHION SHOPS
Pembroke Road. members of the Allaptattah Carver-. 6112 NW 7th Avenue APPRECIATE DOING BUSINESS WITH YOU.
Martin W. Smith
The Carver Ranches Fire THEY ARE COURTEOUS, DEPENDABLE.

Dept. hold regular meetings Reminding The PeopleOf PLEASE PATRONIZE THEMI

every Monday night at 8:00,
members please be present. God's ProgramBy MUFKEIS

The Friendly FriendshipClub Rev. w. M. Williams save those who cooperate with o
is having a talent show Attention to all people. The this program and his church. WE'VE MOVED!!!

and tea March 30 at the VFW time has come for me to pro- I $SAC. !>TORY Fcrttfs.TOrOUMMp CKPvy.i.'PlynioalBI ftmn Magic City & Harlem Cabs 0
Post home. The public is invited phesy. First shall be last:The '
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Jesus. The law handed down \ 'N NEW
BETHANY SDA -
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attend Musical have freely received the
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of the outstanding choirs law and I must freely give the NEW 696-6400

and musical groups of the cityon law to the pe ople.Matthew SPRING IS HERE PHONE

Sunday, March 23 at SDA 10: 8,20.Warning and ins truc- And so are the fashions at: DRIVERS WANTED

Union Academy, 5001 NW25th tions if you don't go along with my Full time or Part-time
the don't try to hurt
program
at 3
Ave.,
p.m.
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at
Bethany Church Choir will me and hinder others from accepting dressmaker

present their Pre-Easter Mu- God's program with
and the 6026 NW 1th AVENUE
weapons ungodly pow-
sical Sunday, March 30 at 4
p.m. at the church 2500 NW ers of 2nd Chronicles 33:6. Come In and See the

50th St. "No Greater Love" a Don't rob God if you do from Tremendous Selections you have a SORE, RASH or DISCHARGE?
now on, God will let the sun
sacred cantata by John W. Pet- down on evil deeds go Alterations fast and free
your
erson under the direction of -- --. .- with purchase of garment.. IT COULD BE VD t
Malachi
through 3:8-9. 0 '"
Leon L. Farrington, depictsthe REV. W. M. WILLIAMS Pants & Skirts are Our
story of the crucifixion Our parents did not try to Speciality For confidential information and

the events leading up to this hinder Cab Calloway other CHRISTIAN SCIENCEHow free treatment

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Up With SponsorS Downtown Optimist Sponsors


Basketeers of Booker T. Little LeagueThe

Washington Junior High School
have picked up a sponsor for Downtown uptimist cipant. Mr. Crawford of the I
their community school play Club of Miami has increasedits Downtown ,Optimist Club is
schedule. He Is Mr. Ivan Mc- support of the Community helping to coordinate our
Caskill, proprietor of Fish- School program here at Booker baseball activities. I
man Grocery. Mr. McCasklll .Ti Washington 100% for the Highlighting the start of this
is a graduate of Booker T. year 1969. During 1968 the year's little league baseball I
Washington and says "I am Downtown Optimist Club spon- season will be a noon luncheon
happy to lend assistance to my sored one Little League Base- on Thursday, April 3, at Wal- I
Alma Mater and especially to ball Team. This year the club green's. downtown store. At I
help young men develop good will sponsor two little league this time team along with the I
I sportsmanship in their early basketball teams. coaches and the Community \
S i years." Coaching the teams this School Director will meet with \
Sf Coached by Mr. William year will be Ralph Burns, PE the members of the Downtown 1\
Wanza, the team has won 6 Instructor at Brownsville Jr. Optimist Club to become
and lost 3, after playing such High! and Recreation Direc- better acquainted.
teams as Rockway Junior tor at Dixie Park;Joseph poi- .I..........................

11y High, Carver Junior High, tier, Community School Rec- i GO TO CHURCH i
f yrf South Miami Junior High, Al- reation Assistant; and Robert
: : lapattah Junior High and Ri- Blakely, a well known athlete :. SUNDAY .:
X i vera Junior High. and Community School parti50 ......1......................

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West Little River Track TeamThe I
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West Little River Track 100 yard dash-FrankH1l1iard, NBY 38:1.
, ,,,.,, ...,.,. ,. .... ;
ii.Mwm i in mi iMiiPi H wBHHgHPHHW'MMIIMi *MimiP"*WMVMMMVV* Team, coached by Richard N.B.Y.; 11.5- Freddie Belsey,
Booker Washington Junior High Community School Basketeers includeI Vercose, defeated the N. B. W.L.R.; 12.0 Willie Paher- At the presenta Softball lea

(I to r) Ronnie Anderson, Bernard Carter, Roger McCullough, James Stroman, Young Track Team in' a re- son, N.B.Y., 12.5 600 yard gue is being formed in the
I cent confrontation by a score run; Erick Browning W.L.R.. Nqrthside area. To make the
Clifford Sands Larry Houston Anthony Stokes Richard Reed Nathan Adder.
,
of 37 to 11.Outstanding. 1:38:1; Michael Whitehead league, a success, we need
ly- trackmen were: W.L.R. 1:38:7; Michael more teams and more men to
Smith 1405. heln with- the boys. Tf than is
yard dash Frank Hil- ;;'y one who has ;team or
llard NBY 6.5James Harris can organize a team
with ; please
Spearing ......
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WLR; 6.5 Gerald Tisdol, contact Joe Whitehead at 693-
"MY WLF; 6.8 300 yard run 1304 or Willis Jiles at 691-
Freddie Belsy WLR 40:1 4963 for further Information.Now .
sBY t Shane Hepburn WLR 42:2
TIME"Py Wayne Barr WLR 42:3 Is your chance to help
t. 300 yard relay WLR 37.9 our youth, don't forsake them.

PHIL DIXON
HARRY SPEAR agement of the club.During the course of the night, I saw MaryJo

-..: :" """' - wait on tables, greet patrons, settle arguments, chase
teenagers and wash glasses. The thing that really got me.was
If other than my&eif said they were old, 1 might feel
anyone ,
that the people she hired to do the various jobs had to more or I
offended. Have ever seen a group of people you have not
you
less run her off so they could have something to do. Mary Jo
few and still tell these people "howdy" and
seen for a years, ,
have "Place of Soul"
you really a My Congrats.
get away with it? I tried last week and got clobbered by a
Sportsmen of the week- Earl Carroll and Doug Davis After
friend, hit by a friend and talked about by an old friend. Any-
so long, I thought the "war" was over.
who come with a better weekend Let me know.
body can up
Until the next meeting remain a
good sport.
To start i t off I went to a meeting of people who had thecommunity's
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best interest at heart. They wanted to help the - - - - - -
I 'II' needy seniors of the various schools; and still have a private I ATTENTION PARENTS! I II

thing for themselves afterwards. There is nothing wrong with I REGISTER YOUR BOYS ,. I
the idea; but I've got a question for the group How can you
reach the kids who need the most? Any ideas will be receivedby Tuesday
Mrs. Marion Dean at 758-1505 or Mr. Oral Allen at 624- ,:
8906. These people are involved in a Job to give assistance in I March
the matter; but they need ideas. If you can't contact either of 25
of these people, call me as a last resort at the Times.As .

,. __ -- usual I enjoyed the meeting with a group of old friends. I 7:30 p.m. I
1 wouldn't or couldn't be there if I were not old myself; how-
FMC BENEFIT A SUCCESS' ever I have a feeling that certain things that needed to be said for the'CENTRAL '-' I II

were left unsaid, to ease personal feelings. This is foolish, I I
Hats off to the Baltimore Orioles personnel for the benefit MIAMI
be adults.In
due to the fact, that everyone is supposed to .
night the Florida Memorial College received The
hospitalitywas 1 1 1I
case you haven't heard or seen, South Florida was sec-
great. There were over 2,700 tickets sold by the student ond best In basketball this year. I don't know if it was a thingof I LITTLE LEAGUE
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received for tremendous effort all
body they $4,300 a by they
stage fright, over confidence or under desire;but the teams
might have done better if the weather wasn't so cold A good from South Florida didn't show that much in state-wide com- I Ages 9 to 12 I II
time was had by all. The Orioles played the Yankees whom I 1 petition In basketball. Personnally I would like to see all of
they defeated The Yankees deserve credit too, they OK'd the the champions in high school sports owned by a South Florida I Birth certificate must be shown I II
game with the Orioles.The money received will help to equipa team; but in basketball I was highly disappointed. The talent I I II
new student union building on Florida Memorial's Miami and material are here, whether or not the coaches are using
campus. The picture above shows Don Buford,who has becomea their best(all of the time) rll never know. Point one I gave I $3.00 Registration Fee for Insurance I II

booster for the college, both president Dr. Royal W. Pur- up active coaching; and point two, I haven't seen every player I
year receiving the game ball he threw out to start the festivi- every game. Incidentally you fellows have a chance to redeem
ties, from manager Earl Weaver.Dr.Puryear was entertainedby yourselves in track, tennis, baseball and swimming. go Primary 'c' School I II
vice president of the Orioles. Harry Dalton who sat with get'em.On .
him through the game along with them was Jerold C. Hoffberger one of my excursions, I ran into a couple of interesting I I II
chairman of the board,who is Interested in the college too. people one was an old friend by the name of Charlie, who had 757 NW 66th STREET,

ORIOLES LEADING GRAPEFRUIT LEAGUEThe gotten married again and settled down. Charlie at one time
was quite a guy. As the saying goes time brings on changes.My t For further information, call Mr. Clark at I II
Orioles are in first place with an eight won, one loss congrats to Charlie and Liz. I Primary "C" School 691.8918, or after 5, Mr. I II
record. I don't know who to single out as a star, but I will say The other person was a gal club owner. She Is not the typeto George Williams 6345644.
this If the season started tomorrow rd have to go along Just sit back and count the money and crowd; but she is the t I Icni
with the Orioles as pennant winners in the American League. type to take an active part in the actual operation and man- ------ - ---- --
They have shown wonders In Spring training. The teams they
have played and defeated have left here with their heads bow ADULTS SEE ACTIONIN

ed. Let's hope this keeps up all summer. BASKETBALL

SCHEDULE FOR THIS WEEK ,Continuing the expanded
recreational activities for
March 21 Orioles Senator at 8 Saturday
vs
Friday, p.m. ,
adults in the Booker T.Washington -
March 22 Orioles vs.Atlanta Braves 8 p.m. Wednesday, Community School, a
March 26 Orioles Senators at 1:30
vs W. p.m.
basketball team for adults has


S ,. RATTLERS TO PLAY HURRICANES and been team won has organized.played an 87-61 Ada Already victory.Merritt,the follow the L'1/ 4TJmi.ach to

,I Next Wednesday March 25, Florida A&M plays the Uni- Their schedule includes South
versity of Miami. Last year they played for the first time in
District Office, R. R. Moton
history. In the game there was, tremendous sportsmanshipshown and Allapattah Adult teams.
all around. Three Is still room for more
GULFSTREAtf HANDICAP} SATURDAY
adults to participate. .come
to the community school and
Nodouble, winner of the recent Santa Anita Handicap In Cali- enjoy the fun.
fornia, has arrived at Gulfstream Park to await Saturday's I
$100,000 Gulfstream Park Handicap at a mile and a quarter.The .1.J
chestnut son of Noholme D-Abla Jay was flown from
California to New York and then to Miami Saturday, accompanied -
t by his trainer, J. B. Sonnier.
Nodouble has an opportunity to become the third horse in DOUBLE ACTION OCEANFRONT O. CQLLINS TONIGHT
history to win the Santa Anita Handicap and the Gulfstream MGMYHWRBU L
Park Handicap in the same year. Round Table did it in 1958 .:2 MISSES HJURIN PUKE
and Pretense duplicated the feat In 1967. ': iir '.IIUI.II: 'I'III"'U1r

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A 693-4772 I IF NO ANS. 7546733FHA
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T,| BETTELHEIM. $:;::E TERMS. Lovely home & grounds, 2 bdrm, 1

;1 ; %,t fi rS '+ bath, v1nl firs, front open porch, gar., $12,500,
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$500 down, $89.72 mo.
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FHA-CBS. Like new, 2 bdrm, 1H) baths, liv ,ra,
What this column needs is din rm, built-in kitchen, wtil tm, $14,200, $1,200
more contact with our read- f down, $96.39 month.,
If have been i
ers. you readingIt ''i
for several weeks, please R' ,'eF FHA-CBS. Spacious hone. bdrm, 1 bath, Flo rm,

phone this writer at 751-8642 carport, tile rf, must see. $18,500, $1,200 down,
and let me know your thoughts $131.24 lIonth.FHACBS .
about It all and ask any ques-
Home of Your Dream.13 bdrm 2 bath
,
that think of and
tions ideas you may have about F t Fla rm, IIv! rill,din r., bitch, stove & ,.frlg., wall
you may
any
what future colums should say. .L : ; to wall carpeting loads of closet & storage
of f space, $21,000 down
Getting back to our discus- gar. $1,750 $146.7rmo,
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sion about Income property-- -* Q aa* [- -www> MwmwiTCWN MiiBBnMIMMBNHUM MHHHBMMMaMMN -"-'
RETIREE-PROFESSIONAL
which means duplexes and Cold weather didn't dim the spirits of these Florida Memorial College Waterfront home OR BUSINESSMAN
luxury M
on acre lot, 4 bedrm
three or four unit apartment students last Friday night at Miami Stadium during the benefit baseball game 3 baths, 2-car gar, terr & hardwood firs, tile rf,,

buildings and larger, as apart between the Baltimore Orioles and the New York Yankees. The students sold CBS, split-level, $32,500. Moke your own terms.

and from the single-family four kinds houses of income-- more than 2,700 tickets and the college benefitted to the tune of $4,300 by WE HAVE OTHERS's

that you may expect.They are: their efforts. The Orioles won the ball game 62. -House of photography photo.

(1) Cash flow,((2))Equity build-

up, (3)) tax savings, (4)) capi- gage, but the proportion of one .,
tal appreciation.Cash to the other changes each AUTO INSURANCE :;,. ,:.j I r------------- ,, ,
flow is the profit in month. The amount which Low Premium ; ,
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reduces Rates .. ; : | Miami Times Ads Don't | ,
dollars It is the total
per year. the mortgage, the principal Low ""
Monthly Payments ; :
income left after all expenses, payment,is called amor- ; i I t tt
including mortgage payments, tization, and It is the amountby Immediate SR-22 Filings i.l, Gt;! [ Cosf-They Pay !
are paid. It takes about four which your share of own- OFFICE HOURS ,' 'I'1 t I
units to show enough cash flow ership is increased. Over the Mon. Thru Fri. 930-7iOO| 1---------------1
to cover the rent for one apart- length of the mortgage, it Sot. 9)30-4(00 f
ment. That is, if you own four amounts to the entire differ- BROWN REALTY & INSURANCE AGENCY
units and occupy one apart- ence between the down
ment yourself, you can live ment and the purchase price.It pay-. .1740 NW 7th Avenue DOCTOR! DENTIST! LAWYER!

rent-free. Sometimes, this is charted on an amortization 754.0655 Ideal office location. Beautiful inside and out-
is almost possible, or Just schedule which usually is almost new building, beautiful'reception room,
barely possible, with a duplexor made up for each mortgage, switchboard, numerous partitioned offices, paneled.
with three units. With four so that you know Just how much 3 bedroom, 1 bath home plus duplex in rear. Air conditioned. Plenty parking. Fine for a
units, however, it should be your equity builds up each Nice Location. $22,500. FHA $1500 down. group of professionalsIIConveniently on NW 27th
easily possible and with Avenue. For sale or lease.
per- year. This equity growth is
haps even a little extra cash very much like putting money 3 bedroom, 2 bath home, screened \>Q\\O\ wallto JOHN T. LARKIN, Realtor

left over. To make Income to in the bank except that you are wall carpeting. Excellent Location., $22,500. '531.3116, ask for Mrs. Lucas, 696-0130 or 696-
live on besides rent, will re- putting it into the building instead 4964 after five., .
quire more than four units. of the bank. You cannot Ford Realty Inc., Broker
But four apartments ar a good withdraw it from the building
start, and are just as much income quite as easily as from bank, 3639 NW 15th Ave. 6354595REAL
property as forty units but it is there and can be obtained -
would be, Just on a smaller in cash in time either RENT OR SALE
scale. Cash flow Is usually when you sell or by refi' 4
C. B. S.
figured in percentage of re- nancing. It is not much in the, 'tY:
THREE BEDROOM 2,
m BATHAS
turn on the'amount of cash in- early years, but later on it I 'o', Y
vested. Income property gets to be quite sizable. On :;j'. IS CONDITION
should show about 15return, the average, it is about as \1 BROKER ; ; NO QUALIFYING LOW DOWN
which compares more than favorably much real Income as the cash t. $35 WEEK
"
with the approximately flow, and therefore very ' : NEAR- 97th STREET & 22nd AVENUE
OPEN 7 DAYS _
5% that you get in bank interest worthwhile > \rrt;
or dividends from even If not In cash r" !': '" ,' ,$ 757-0258
stocks. at the outset. 0

Everytime you make a Taxes are a difficult sub- WILL SELL FOR FHA EVALUATION 3

mortgage payment, usually ject, but we will do our best 3 Bedroom 2 bath corner CBS in lovely new area
monthly, part of the payment to explain how It works out to Carport, patio, circular drive, jalousie windows,
is applied to Interest to pay your benefit. Tax savings are large modern kithcen FHA price $17,000, $700 715 NW 52nd Street
for the use of the money still like money In the bank as of, down and $120.86 month.

owed on the mortgage for the April 15th, whereas cash flow ,
period since the previous pay- is the money in the bank on FIND SECURITY WITH '#? 2 bedrooms, 2 baths, two porches, diningroom

ment, and the rest of the pay- January 1st. Next week we will i INVESTMENT PROPERTIES ,"'? fireplace, large lot in excellent neigh'

ment is applied to the princi- start to explain how the tax ',We'dove'several 1 duplexes 'as)tellat 5 and <5 Ii': borhood.Call to see If you qualify forspecial

pal, thereby reducing the features of income propertycan ,buildings; that you' tact buy::with 1I'Jowdown 'pay supplement program to own this home almost
amount outstanding on the be of very great impor- .:''meat and reasonable !monthly' "payminti*,Have t(!*" free.
tance
mortgage. As the amount re- to you. .{:3e"onie'and, / ,!live, lent, : frsz.ttooxRCometose: ; w ao': .. Broker
maining is lowered each 4441305r
month, the Interest for the
succeeding month is less and FOR SALE NO RED TAPE MOVE IN!
the amount applied to the prin- 50x140 Lot Modern CBS in North Miami Beach. Tile roof,
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cipal becomes greater. The Next We to 337 NW 47th St. terrazzo floors, jalousie 'wlndowl, gas heat, reverse r- ,
Buy Property
sum of the and interest cycle air cond., stove, fenced yard. $4,000
principal Need Money? See Baron
remains constant 5381340JOHNSON down and takeover %. $9,530 mortgage. $73 I OWNER t tI

throughout the life of the mort- month pays everything. I FHA TERMS I II

**:-: WILL SELL;'FOR,FHA'VALUATION/1 m I fl. .) 4020 NW 12th Ave. 2 bedroom comer. I

aapesridtntsns[ 9520" NW 13th ,Ave.,'- 'Beautiful, 'corner' home", on:'is $82 month pays all. 1 1I

doable" 'lot! ;to .,Pie room,};open r "tqtch,':ytiki%'
: roof' central h'eat'and'aircandittonfng6wnings. I : ekawnIii I ((2)) 1812 NW 53rd St. 2 bedroom, Fla room, .

of MIAMI :, ';wMowi;,bullHfl: tfove, ,f fenced'7a, rd with f. i garage, $300 down, $105 pays all.
.,' llk.W..t.lc.! efficiency opt.:'for IUbl"j

PHOTOGRAPHERIS too;;A.,.".. t $18,000 FHA $800 dowel;$111.53 ..o; I ((3)) 1121 NW 51 -CBSduplex.. 2 bedroom I II

WE HAVE MANY MORE' HOMES I & 1 bedroom, $350 down, $125 pays all.

connected. with any other studio YOU CAN,BUY ANY OF OUR FHA HOMES FOR
I ((4)) 1785 NW 82nd St. 2 bedroom, fenced, I II
$100 DOWN IF YOU ARE A VET JR BEING
and is still operating at: DISPLACED AND IF YOU, CAM QUALIFY I carport, $2,000 down, $77 pays all. -

1186 NW 38th STREET
I 2125 NW 58th St. Duplex. 3 bedrooms & "'I
i Y i"w /.N '+ ((5)) -
635-4748 ___ ,,;7 2 baths to be fixed. $250 down. $99 month
M- 8
>fCillRal aw* tl6tiR mKWttENTIRE > > Ori1Ki 4I
pays all.
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((6)) 3147 NW 66th St. 3 bedroom, CBS, 4
I SHOPPING CENTER II I years old. $400 down. $101 pays all. I II

I Has 15 storesdrug, barber shop, cleaning, II t I
((7)) 2222 NW 86th St. 2 bedroom CBS, $300
I paints, bar, records, beauty, doctor, dentist, t 4932 NW 7th Ave. I down. $95 month pays all.

ice cream parlor, TV repair, sandwich and
, delicatessen! Income $20,000. Good live t PL 9-4371 I ((8)) 417 NW 46th St. 4 bedroom, 2 baths, 2 I II

I neighborhoodl! CAROL CITY, SHOPPING CENTER I 2 porches, just fixed. $250 down. $83 I II

I JOHN T. LARKIN, Realtor, I SUITE 208 624-3666 '" I pays all. '

531-3116 ask for Mrs. Lucas, t tt CALL: 751-3659
I or 696-9130 or 696-4964 after 5 Open. ,Evenings; Sundays, ''/: :, I I
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30 THE MIAMI TIMES, Friday, March 21 1969
CHILDCARENew NORTH DADE 4here will be many other
P.T.A. TEAT local talents presented which
ClASSifiED ADS Antioch Meriah Church h e Parent Teacher will display all the fine arts.
Day Care Center. Free pickup Association of North Dade The general public Is invitedto

20 WORDS OR LESS $2.00. (IOC FOR EACH ADDITIONAL WORD. 754-2985.in area. 4770 NW 7th Ave. Junior High School will pre- this affair which will be a

sent their annual tea Sunday, cultural community entertainment -
DEADLINE FOR CLASSIFIED ADS TUESDAY 6 P. M. March 23, at 4:00 p.m. .

HELP WANTED The event will feature the

FOR SALE FOR SALE FOR SALE SALES HELP Florida Memorial College

GOOD Wanted man or woman. How Mr. J. Pierce,Choral PORTERS
INCOME Furniture. 3 complete roomsof 2281 ,NW 93rd STREET Chorus,
would like to and Southwest (CLEAN UP'
representand
bedroom you Director,
PROPERTY living room and Total $8,000, Only $250 down,
17 UNITS (ALL FURNISHED) kitchen. Reduced to$100.691- and $76 month pays. FHA outstanding organizationand High School Male Chorus, Mr. MEN)

This is a chance to give your- 4785. terms. Drive by, then call me, make from $100 to $200 W. Johnson, Choral Director NEED EXTRA CASH??
week. Can talk and I
per you
self a good income oppor- anytime. A. Ben-Kori Real- r. I.I I. WORK PART TIME
do like Will
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tunity. Take advantage of this DUPLEX $18,000 tor, 759-2425. you people you I NIGHTS, AND ADD TO
excellent investment of these Buy this two bedroom on each go to their homes and show YOUR PRESENT INCOME .

18 units. One mortgage. Callus side with onlyI,500cash total BEAUTIFUL INCOME them how to qualify for a train- I t h w w Ili .

for all de ta 11 s. Fenster will handle. FHA terms. Call Live rent free. 1036 NW 75th ing program? Build your future a ra State Liquors Stores

Realty, Broker, 759-8779. 444-7301. Arthur E. Parrish St. Total price $19,000, $500 in marketing. Join this I, and Big Daddy's
Realtor. down, FHA terms. This is company as a sales represen- I Lounges need 15 porters *
Call tative and get started in big for part time night
prime property. anytime
3 BEDROOM 2 BATH work. Hour can be arranged -
1147 NW 77th STREET A. Ben-o r i, Realtor,759- business. Call N. Albert for YY to your convert
"No qualifying" this 4 years Drive by. Nice large 3 bed- 2425. appointment PL 8-0501. lence.I .
young beautiful home includ-
room home. Fla. room, Only I FuR time sight! work
ing drapes, awnings, wall to $12,500. $400 down, $100 to BEDROOM Experienced artistic personfor SEWING MACHINE I also, available,
wall carpet built in oven and I
Vets. Key at office. A. Ben- This is for large family, FHA silk screened departmentwith 1968 zigzag portable. Zigzag -
range, plus many extras.Take Kori, Realtor, anytime 759- terms. $13,500 with $450 fast growning concern. slightly used. No attachments Car necessary linifrts
over present mortgage.$4,000 2425. down. Drive by 2443 NW 101st Must be able to do photographic needed towono-j/ Many Fringe

down payment. Excellent Street. Call anytime.A.Ben- layout, hand stencil gram, overcast, make but ( '!pltinitltitrtiHnMttc! .)
terms Drive by 1059 NW 73rdSt. holes, controls built In.
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ton
5 3 kori cutting, and lettering.No tele-
then call Fenster Realty apartments. Only years Realtor, 759-2425. Sews with 1 or 2 needles. Call 624.9681
calls accepted. Apply Mon thru Fri.
old. $8,000 down. Net income phone Full price $31.84 or assume -
Broker
759-8779. over $2,000 per year. Tubln, in person<< to Bart1eld,4101NW payments of $3.10

CHURCH I I PROPERTY Realtors, 7906 NW 7th Ave. House for sale. Need repairs 29th St.., Miami. An equal opportunity monthly. For call free Credit homedemonstration and. Fla come:s fasttit to work growing forS.

Large area 125 x 143 suitablefor 691-4785. $3,300 or best offer and : employer.Mar. 28)) Mgr. until 9 p.m., No obli liquor chain.

church. Large home on lot furnished room for rent $9.00 Secretary gation. If toll, call collect
at present but can be converted 1852 NW 51st TERRACE week. 633-3109 635-1078. for Miami Beach 9223528.
PROVEN MONEYMAKER law office. Legal experience
for church use must be .
seen to appreciate on NW 70th $1,500 DOWN FHA CAR FOR SALE preferred but not essential.

St. near 7th Avenue. Call Jean $4,320 yearly income from 3 Well kept 60 Pontiac one owner, Will train an intelligent and WANT.
worker with excellent .
units. 3 bedroom rocktrimmed willing
Fenster for appointment to er, one driver, airconditioned. 111
show. Fenster Realty, Broker home in front and two Call Tuesday, Friday,Sun- skills in shorthand and typing. JOB SECURITY
759-8779. story CBS in rear, all well Salary open. Call 5327311for
day after 8 p.m. 691-5343. 1 1 111
maintained and in good con- appointment. GOOD PA YlADVANCEMENT

3 bedroom 2 bath beauty dition. Good rental area. Ask Large refrigerator, freezer ?
car p 0 r t e, hardwood floors, for Mr. Malnick Universal top. $40. Umbrella table and Lane's Barber Shop. 926 NW

nice location, near. schools,' Real Estate, Inc., Realtor. 4 aluminum chairs. $30, sui- 2nd Avenue. Wants an apprentice 1
bus. FHA $17,500 call for 4600 NW 7th Ave. Phone 751- table for porch or patio. 685- or master barber. CallW. THEN VISIT THE DADE

all Information, etc. Fenster 8642. 0021. J. Thomas at 373-9558. COUNTY PARK AND 1.
(Ap. 4))
Realty, Broker, 759-8779. RECREATION DEPT.
8 room CBS. 4 bedrooms, tile little
FOR RENT FIRST FEDERAL SAVINGS IMMEDIATE OPENINGS as as
roof 2 air .
Duplex. $12,000. $2800 down reverse cycle con- JANITORN.
Located: 18215 -18217 SW102 Cottage for rent furnished E. AREA o LIFE GUARDS

Ct. MarDanAssociates.HI52557 ditioners, dishwasher, etc. couple preferred. Deposit re- Minimum $76 per week Mon-
Excellent condition. 2388 NW quired. 758-9062. o CUSTODIAL
or CE 55488. day-Friday, 12 noon to8 p.m.; month.Money .
88th St. 691-8118.
Saturday 4 p.m. to 12 mldilght. WORKERS
3 CHURCH PROPERTIES APARTMENTS IN HIALEAH
Free uniforms insurance SECTION
;,. FOR SALE 2167 NW 60th St. 3 bedrooms, 5 blocks from Hialeah race ,
retirement credit'union .
plan POOLMANAGER
,
1 for small congregation fHA, only $100 down (Vets) track. No children. Includes, vacation. Must have
paid
1 for medium congregation $350 down tai others. Open refrigerator and range, exterminator ..;: local references. Telephone good: first and available second for

1 for large congregationAll house Saturday and Sunday, 2 service, water 373-1997 for additional information PARK mortgage loans on
in tip top condition p.m. to 4:30 p.m. S. Block free, newly repainted. 1 bed- MAINTENANCECREW CBS or frame houses.
All can be converted to other (Broker) 751-9618 or 624- room $19 week. Conven- Absolutely no chargeof
an equal opportunity MEN kind unless
employer any we
uses -- nursing home, hospital 7371 evenings ient to working people around make the loan to you.

private club, school, fun- U you have $2,000 and can Hialeah. Very quiet area. o WELDER Call: FR 3.3304
eral parlor, etc. qualify for FHA, you can buy These are really clean and Dade County Ctrtificatt of
Call Jack Dubin, Realtor this lovely corner home and nice apartments. HiLo Apart- MISCELLANEOUSDRAPERIES Competency rtqulrtd.

Jefferson Realty7598561 extra apartment at 1301 NW 95 ments 2490 West 4th Ct. Apt. Apply Dad. County "I'llMETROPOLITAN

St. Call to see: 1, Hialeah, Manager is Mrs. taken down cleaned decorator fari and facrta'ieit Cepf.SO .
Williams 887-0763. ((2 vacan- S.W. 32 Rd. (fVirco/o, ;
Frances French Realtor MORTGAGE
FHA TERMS folded and rehung.Drap- Mon thru fn. S,30 04,1.1.
1301 NW 99th Street 696-2171 cies). Deposit required. ery rods installed! LUSTRA/ COMPANY:

3 bedrooms, 1 1/2 baths,Fla. TONE DRAPERY SERVICE. ,2244 BISCAYNE BLVD MIAMI,FLORIDA 33137
room, plus efficiency apt. On Beautiful and different. Re- Furnished room In private 887-8022
large corner lot. Plus extra duced to $18,000 for this California home to respectable person. I

r lot. Well kept lawn, fenced. type two bedroom, 2 Hattie Farmer, 5600 NW 18th
Many extras. Allapattah full baths home with so many Ave. House A .
painting, rug cleaning, I :
Realty, 633-0426. extras, you must see it. and installing floor waxing and
Frances French, Realtor An efficiency for a man. Con- minor plumbing free estimate JANITORIAL SERVICE

3516 NW 10th AVENUE 696-2171 veniently located. Reasonable Reasonable. (Mar. 21)
Vane ant. No qualifying. Movein. price. To see call NE 5-4805 634-8878.
Large 2 'bedroom CBS. 14415 NW 20th Ave. CBS, 2 CARPET CLEANING AND YARD MAINTENANCE '
Small Downpayment. bedroom, 1 bath FHA $9,000.No 3 bedroom house, 2 baths,$35 NO JOB IS TOO LARGE OR T CO SMALL

Allapattah Realty, 633-0426. closing costs (Vet and 221 week. 634-7983. Get your 6th grade mJ/ for
people $100 down) all others junior high modern mathematics 24 Hour Answering Service

"ONE BEDROOM DUPLEX" $300. Monthly payment $64.51. Leased. 1460 NW 79th Street. Private tutoring service.
This beautiful up and down 1 Hurry, Hurry, Hurry. Aetna Large corner grocery store certified teacher. Phone 681- 759-1760

bedroom duplex, newly renovated Realty (Broker) 811 NW 54th ,shelves, coolers, 2 walkin 1241. (Mar. 20))

in and out, shingle con- St. Phone 7575724. Open 7 freezers, ready to go. $200

struction, nice location. Total days. monthly. Agency, Dixie Rental PIf] aIa( ....
price $9,000. Good income Agency, Inc. 633-2429. r
property. Minimum !f $1500- 221 NW 69th St. Fantastic du- TREATURIGHTCLEANERS AGENT WANTEDIN

down, no qualifying, good plex. 4 bedroom, 2 baths, 2 BUSINESS, OPPORTUNITY
terms. Drive by 1355 N. W. bedrooms, 1 bath other side. Leading international com- If want clothesto SOUTH DADEThe
43rd St., then call us. Fen- Central Heat and air..All built pany in personal developmentis you receive excellentcare your
,
ster Realty, 759-8779. In appliances, garage, oak offerng an opportunity for and cleaning 'and Miami Times needs a Circulation Manager to
floors, tile roof, 2300 square"feet complete independence to in-. expert them to service the South Dade area from Coconut Groveto
FHA TERMS $300 DOWN of living space.FHA$27-, dividuals'who have a desire pressing. Bring Florida City. Route could be handled Thursday

Large 2 bedroom CBS house. 000. No closing costs. Don't for personal growth, a desireto U I. 1 DAY SPECIALNo afternoon or Friday morn II g. This is a fast grwo-
Carport, fenced yard, County miss this fantastic piece of help others grow, and a desire Extra area and offers great potential.
Charge
taxes only. $100 down to Vets. property. Aetna Realty(Broker to, make money. Invest '
.. Edison Realty, Realtors, 751- ) 811 NW 54th St.Phone 757- ment required. Call Al Sher- Corner 62nd St. and 22'dAvenue CALL MRS. DAVIS, 6910421Sewing

2441. 5724. Open 7 days., man, Personal Dynamics Co. N.W.
947-2563 ) ID lCXMQC3tltaC: '
or come to Howard

Carol City. 4 bedrooms, 2baths 2 HOUSES Johnson Motor Lodge, 1100

Florida room, carpet- 133 NW 69th St. $8,000 all Biscayne Boulevard, Room WE NEED YOU
Ing and drapes. Well kept CBS cash. income property. Call 208, Tuesday 7:30 p.m.
on, large corner lot. Sprinkler anytime. A. Ben-Kori Realty, (Ap. 4) Accepting applications for Machine '
system, fenced yard. FHA $1- 759-2425. employment

000. Tubin Realtors, 7906 NW CHILDCARE Apply in personPersonnel
7th Ave 691-4785. BUSINESS PROPERTY Chlldcare in my home. Free Dept. "REPAIR SPECIAL"

Store at 7300 NW 7th Avenue, pick up and delivery. Forfur- 10 a.m. 2 p.m. *Clean & Oil 50
.f East of Expressway. 3 bedrooms with a house.Total price$10- ther,information call 7 58-2472 Monday thru Friday *Adjust Tensions $ 2
2 baths, full dining 000. Only $1,500 down. Own- MOUNT SINAI HOSPITAL *Check .11 Wiring
room, Florida room, kitchen er will hold mortgage, at$103 childcare in our nursery, 4300 Alton Road **Adjust( Belt Tensions Total Cost
De tat Thread
appliances, large lot with per month. Start your own operated by licensed nurse. Miami Beach & Lubricate Mechanism'Inspect Motor In Your J
sprinkler system.FHA terms, business today. Call anytimeA. Pick up and delivery service Always have been Horne
$900 down. Tubin Realtors, Ben-Kori Realtor 759- free. 693-0242. Health cards An Equal Opportunity Call 625-1261 Or 625-0724
t 7906 NW 7thAve. 691-4785. 2425. required. Employer


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THE MIAMI TIMES March 21 1969 '
Friday, 31 ...

Students SelectedTo Militant Denies Rape. Charge- Postal Employees

Attend Science Fair Sponsor Art Exhibit
Willie Sims, 20, of 7700 NW City since last August's riots,
llth Avenue denied the charge Sims was identified by the girl The Miami Postal Employes mall.
Fifty students of the North they had observed. Mrs. of having participated in the from photographs. Dade and cordially Invite you to attend The exhibit will open at 1

County Elementary School Rosetta Vickers, the teacher gang rape of a 17yearoldblack Broward police are still try- their annual art exhibit. The p.m. Sunday,March 23 in room
were nominated by their corps team leader,and corps- girl on Feb. 21 in Mir- ing to Identify several other exhibit Is opened free to the 210. The presentation of
teachers to attend the county men Irving Berger and Anthony amar. Sims was Jailed in Bro- youths in the alleged incident. public and again we plan to awards will be at 2 p.m. the
wide science fair held at the Cardova were in chargeof ward County last Tuesday.A Sims' attorney,Calvin Mapp have conducted tours through 'annex tours will begin at 1 p.m.
Dinner Key Auditorium on the escorting the group to the spokesman for the militant says that he will :plead inno- Biscayne Annex on the open- and continue hourly until

13th of March. Those selected science fair.Anthony young blacks in Liberty cent. Ing day of the exhibit, so that 5 p.m.

to represent the school Cordova, reporter. those attending may see the
were members of the Fifth and mechanized equipment and Please plan to attend, and
sixth grade and consideredto other new methods of opera- see the skillful art work of our

be the best science studentsat MAD HAT TEA .ae, tion used in processing of employees.
Msaw
North County Elementary.The .
reaction of these science The Victoria Ward Chap

oriented children to the many ter, O.E.S. No. 86 Invites you w Daughter Elks Enthused
splendid and Interesting exhibits and your friends to its annual I

was most favorable. spring fashionnette Mat Hat Over Candy Safe

particularly Interesting to the Tea, Sunday, March 30 from -
entire group were the plant and 4-6 p.m. at the New Elks ; \ The delicious candy espec- Muriel Culmer who are resi-
animal displays and the life home, 4949 NW 7th Ave. A ially manufactured forthe dents of the Coconut Grove
size rocket, Titian n, used in beautiful clock radio will be Daughter Elks Temple No. 769 area are improving and hopeto
the Gemini space project. given away. has been a complete sell out. Join the fellowship of their
Special Interest was also Indicated Dt. Pinkie Lowe the graciousand daughters soon. Thanks to the
in many other scien- There will be an entertaining gorgeous model of the Beauty Shops and Service Sta- .
tific projects which were ex- program, music and re- f temple was among the first to tions who sold candy which en- .
tremely educational.Upon freshments. Donation at the report.All others who are involved able Dt. Gertrude Crowderto
return to their respec- door. in the candy sale are go over the top in Just few
tive class-rooms,the students :.r urged to report to Dt. Sarah days, she Is the candy girl for
reported to their teachers and Mrs. I. G. Pratt, W. M., Smalley Immediately to avoid 1969.
classmates who didnotattend, Emma Ward, secretary and the rush on Wednesday when The temple awaits Dt. Ann
a variety of projects which Leroy Johnson, W. P. the roll will be called and the Lindsey, Dt. Olivia Rogers,
amount reported by each Dt Louise Riley, Dt. Clovis
daughter will be announcedover Anderson and all who fell by

MALE LAUNDRY HELP r.' rEy'p the speaker.Dt. the wayside. It s a pleasureto
Ruler Screen and her announce the marriage
Loaders, pullers, extractor operators, goodwages z cabinet announced that plans which took place a month ago

production bonus, excellent com are set up with the possibilityof of Dt. Spero Cokine Parker to

pony benefits, paid vacation, permanent job. paying ,of the indebtness that brother Juan Valdez they are

Must be 18 or over. Apply in morning, no is owed on the real estate of both great Elks and much happiness
their property. There was Is wished for this de-
calls please. Ask for Mr. Na-
Findley
phone WOMEN'S EDITOR WINS TRIP TO JAMAICA quite a large initiation duringthe serving couple.
tional Linen Service, 1950 NW 1st Avenue. FROM COCA-COLA USA last meeting and the new T his week the temple salutes -
received cordial Dt.Thelma Harris Metro
daughters a
.
Mrs. Moss women's editor of the Balti-
Betty
---- ---- ------- welcome. Police Woman and all who took
I t tIi more Afro-American, and her husband are shown It was reported 'that Dt. the oath and obligation duringthe

I prior to their recen t departure for Jamaica. Mrs. Marion Muldrow, Dt. Blanche last meeting. "
1 Dean and Dt. Mena Smith are
I Moss won an all-expense paid trip for two as a win-
I II well on the road to .
1 in a special promotion for Tab, a product of The Myrtle Davis recovery.Dt. and Dt. AFRO WIG

I 1 1I Coca-Cola Company, conducted last year especially $17.95OTHER

for women editors of Negro throughoutthe
INTERNATIONAL newspapers
I Do Your Thing for
nation. The contest was part of the successful WIGS $14.95
I II 1969 with
1 "Mindsticker" campaign that ran in conjunctionwith 100% Human Hair 's

I HARVESTER. II t the introduction of the "New Taste Of Tab"in

I I early 1969. Mrs. Moss was one of three top win- Call 864-3682
.
I COMPANY ners in the contest.

I SISTER OLGA

FACTORY BRANCH HELP WANTEDMALE The Champagneof Christian Reader & Advisor
Bottle Beer |lust arrived from Bombay,
I India, land of Miracles and
II of the soul brews
or any mystic powers. She wasnt
2 EXPERIENCED
I
.. here the
by Almightyto
POLICE OFFICER: $594-$722. Age 20 1/2 33. MILLER use her holy blessed I

MEN help humanity. For
PARTS FALSTAFF powerto
I I II LIFEGUARD: $466-594. Age 20-33. only thru Cod's help can
HEINEKEN you find health, happinessand
MINIMUM 2 YRS. EXPERIENCE REQUIRED
I LIBERAL COMPANY BENEFITS PARK & GOLF COURSE MECHNIC: $492-592. Age success In the remainIng' -
life ahead. There are
VACATIONS 2150.
who feel that life Is
many
FREE INSURANCE AND RETIREMENT
passing them by. Why suffer -
ADVANCE
EXCELLENT OPPORTUNITY TO
PLUMBING INSPECTOR: $601-$723. Age 21-55. the loneliness and the
APPLY TO MR. W. SMITH torture of a dark and empty
I INTERNATIONAL HARVESTER CO. PAINTER: $538-$592. Age 21-50. life. There Is help now for
you. God has answered your
550 N.W.. 6 AVE., MIAMI, FLA. prayers. Here Is your way
379-9511 AUTO MECHANIC: $492-$592. Age 18-55. to open the light to a better
I AN EQUAL OPPORTUNITY EMPLOYER life. Here Is the guidance
HEAVY EQUIPMENT OPERATOR: $470-$592. Age JOHN H. MCARTHUR you've been waiting for.
25 50. Supervisor -'Route 3 & 11 She will answer one free
------- ----- -- Also Promotion and Sales question over the phone.
She will heal the sick and
WASTE DISPOSAL FOREMAN DRIVER: $428$538.Age Formerly theRootman.NowThe she will make you feel like
25-50. Miller Man somebody again.

YOUR BUSINESS SERVICEthis FOR APPOINTMENT AND
ELECTRICAL HELPER: $390-$492. Age 19-40. MILLER MAKES IT RIGHT DIRECTIONS, CALL
I MILLER MAKES IT SOUL
Service is For the Business Men and MILLER MOVES UP 758-5915
SHOP CLERK: $408-$514. Age 19-55.
Women of Our CommunityMen

I and Women that need GOLF COURSE RANGER: $365-$457. Age. .21-55. i
..
DESK SPACE ; Training Jobs Open Now <.
.
WASTE COLLECTOR: $2.16 per hour. ,
$50.00 Monthly

ANSWERING SERVICEYou LABORER: $1.97 per hour. Age'1855. .' F.S.E.S REPORT:
don't need a phone, we will take all your calls. If you have no experience bur want to work-here is an

v FREE PHONE SERVICEYou MALE OR FEMALE opportunity to work and learn a new trade.All you have to

will have a phone on your desk, to make your do Is apply for a Job at the Employment. Service office
KEY PUNCH OPERATOR: $417-$523. Age 18-55.: listed below.
calls (Free)
,. RECEPTIONIST (1)) a N.E. area employer has a Job opening for a,ware-
ENGINEERING ASSISTANT(DRAFTSMAN) $501-$629
A receptionist will work for you in promoting your : houseman. Experience Is not necessary but you must be' -
businessSECRETARIAL Age 19-50. physically able to handle heavy materials. The starting
SERVICE salary will be $2.00 an hour..Su table working hours will
RECREATION DIRECTOR $448-$564. Age 20-50.(
: be
Professional Secretarial help (Available) arranged. .
(2)) A local Miami firm has a Job opening for a traineeto
TRADESMANWe CLERK TYPIST: $383-$479. Age 17-55. 40 WPM. learn how to cast concrete cylinder blocks.The salary

have services that, will help you do more is $1.75 an hour for an 8:00 am to 5 pm shift, Monday
business, with professional help. LIBRARY PAGE: $321-$365" Age 17-45. High school through Friday.

FREE: ANSWERING SERVICE graduation. (3) A Hialeah employer has a Job opening for a trainee '
Interested in learning tire recapping. The starting salary
PHONE SERVICE RECEPTIONIST LOCKER ROOM ATTENDANT: $286-$356.Age 18-55. is,$75.00 for an 8:00 am to 8;00 pm shift, Monday through,

$25.00 MONTHLY Friday. ,
And Secretarial Service Available to You CITY OF MIAMI BEACH Apply for all,these Jobs at the Industrial Office, Florida
For the nan or woman who Is thin ing about going into
,. Ave. State Employment Service, 1350 NW 12th Avenue, Room
business, this Is a'golden opportunity for you. 1130 Washington 280. Employment Service offices are openat 8:00 am

DAY. ,ORWGHT CALL,158-1191 or 525-3506 Miami Beach, Fla. 33139 sharp, Monday through Friday.Fifty .
4&02'III Ith AVENUE


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KOUNTY_KIST WHOLE KERNEL 25 litCOR.
& OZ. 2 FOR
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