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Vol. 46, No. 31 MIAMI, FLORIDA FRIDAY, MARCH 28, 1969




Poor People To March On '. :


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Legislature Opening Day'"



Poor people, students and The sponsors would not give to participate or how the
civil rights activists from all details of the march' route, Legislature I will be con- 'I
Congressman Claude Pepper chats with Mrs. Marie Carl, executive director over Florida will converge on how many people are expected fronted.
I and Attorney James Matthews, EOPI board president atCEP open Tallahassee Tuesday, April
house Sunday. Photo by Portier 8 when the Florida Legislatureopens
to take part in a nonviolent '
demonstration in

. CEP Open House Big SuccessThe memory of slain civil rights
leader Dr. Martin Luther

new home of the Con- Mrs. Marie Carl, directorof Among the many other King.
centrated Employment Program the Economic Opportunity guests were; Miss Blanche Buses and cars from across
6444 NW 7th A venue was Program; the University of Calloway, Mr. and Mrs. L. the state will bring marchers
the site of a successful open Miami's William F. Johnson; Earles, Miss Gracie Miller, to the capitol for a "day of
house" and introduction of the Charles Hadley; George Kil- Mrs. Sue Harris, Bill Smith, confronts tlon" with the f
new director, Harold E. patrick, Sr., and Miss Patricia Dick Polk of Los Angeles, Legislature. 1w
Oliver, last Sunday. Clegg, both board members of Calif., and many persons from Coordinator of the demon-
Many distinguished guests EOPI; Mrs. Frances Henderson Model Cities area and other stration Is the Rev.C.K.Steele
including CongressmanClaude acting area coordinatorfor parts of Dade County. of Tallahassee, a vice presi-
Pepper were pleasantly the Liberty City EOPI, dent of the Southern Christian
surprised at the great Thirlee Smith of the Miami Trainees from CEP's Oper- Leadership Conference. Dr.
strides in offices and services Herald, and Peter Forrest of ation Mainstream acted as King's widow oretta, and
being offered in so short a Metro Neighborhood Youth hosts and hostesses and did a other national staff membersof
time. Corps, were in, attendance: beautiful Job. SCLC are expected to
attend.

Students from Florida A&M United States Senator Edward Brooke, Mass., I.
I Parents Begin liberty City CleanupOn University, Florida State Uni- left, meets with Dr. Royal W. Puryear, president of (,
versity and local high schools
the new Florida Memorial College, which recently
have been Invited to Join the
Saturday, March 22, Liberty : During the clean up cam-, urged to Join the clean up cam- march. Collegians from both relocated from St. Augustine to Miami.
City Area Concerned paign, Griffin stated that other paign with those who have de- universities have been involved The meeting took place at the annual gatheringof
Parents, kicked off a: clean up senior citizens will have their cided to do something about in protest actions in the Jewish Theological; Seminary on Miami Beach
campaign, with more than home and surroundings the tons of glass, smashedcans ::(, "
the past year.Negro at which time Senator Brooke was the guest speaker.A ,
forty teenagers, one hundred brightened. and debris laying in the .

students-from Orchid Villa and People in the community are streets of Liberty City - ,- .r .... ,r '... .' ,
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NW 14th Ave. COMMUNITY INVOLVEMENTDAY Social: Reformers Urge" ft

Mrs. Emma Powell, presi- "
dent of the parent group, an- '

nounced campaign plans thru to April continue 26, each the SUNDAYThere Lobby For Poor People' .'

weekend. Fifteen Tacolcities I
painted the home of Mrs. Re- Th e Community Relations will be free prizes
Board, with the endorsementof galore, Including color TV brella of such labor safe-
becca Micklns, 72 years old, of social reformers Passage of a significant
group
whose home is located 1828 city and county officials, black and white TV, stereo appeared before the Greater guards as minimum wage laws Medicaid bill perhaps the one
NW 68th Terrace. will sponsor Community Involvement set and many more. You may Miami Coalition's Health and and workmen's compensation Introduced by Sen. Robert
Day on Sunday, register for prizes at allY of Haverfield, so that Florida )'
Zachery Griffin presidentof March 30 4 Welfare Task Force last Reforms in the laws
atAllapattah govern-
p.m. the Urban League offices .638 might get federal help in treat- {
the area wide board In Lib- Junior High School, NW 13th NW 27th Aye., 3378 Douglas Thursday and urged that groupto ing public defenders,bail bond Ing its poor.Creat10n ;
erty City for EOPI said the Ave., at 46th Street, Road, 2338 All Baba Avenue, use their weight and Influence procedures and In the condi-
fellows will trim and finish Guest speaker for the occasion 6740 NW 15th Ave., 2001 NW in lobbying for poor peo- tions of prisons. of a Departmentof
Mrs. Mickins home this com- will be Rev. Albert 35th St., and 1112 NW 62ndSt. ple.The Provision for more and bet- Urban Affairs to give cities m
ing weekend, then proceed to Richard Sampson, from the businessmen, govern- ter mental health facilities. a louder voice in Tallahassee.
repair the home of Mrs. Lottie, Southern Leadership Confer- The public is Invited. Free ment leaders, social workers
Brown, at 2114 NW 71st St. ence, Atlanta, Georgia. refreshments will be served. and clubwomen asked that the
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Coalition get commitments Ii,,; .
from the State Legislature to : ,/ ;,::'; .
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the slum dweller,the mentally ,' ,l. I',,

ill, ,the ailing, the' migrant ,''.;, :,,: ir"\: ' ' ,\', "
Abernathy Calls For AnotherMarch worker, the aged and the poor. :: I'V,' ;tam' : ,
Listed among their requests i 1' I'I'h '
I to cope with Florida's urban '?, ..' ," ,, : : ,

problems were: ,. 'tt\\ '
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In AlabamaThe An increase In welfare pay- ' '.
ments and a restructuring of
the state's welfare system, to
following statement you to join us in recommit- Bridge In Selma on Friday, provide more money to more
been issued by Dr. Ralph D. ting ourselves to finish Dr. April 4th,at 10 a.m.This dem- people with less red tape.
Abernathy, President ofSCLC King's unfinished work in Re- onstration will last for five Passage of housing laws to
and Mrs. Corettr Scott King, deeming the Soul of America. miles and we will ride buses, legalize rent strikes against
widow of Dr. Martin Luther On April 4, 1969, we intend to trucks and cars to Montgomery landlords of substandard
King, Jr., on the commemoration launch a national, and in some where we will hold a soul dwellings and to prevent retaliatory =
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of Dr. King's life (from instances international, cam- Force Brotherhood Freedom evictions. { 1
death to life). paigndemanding a serious Festival, 8 p.m. (movie stars, Review of the conditions un-
Our own Dr. Martin Luther commitment. America must entertainers, gospel singers, der which migrant workers
King Jr. 'was assassinated on not forget a serious commit- national civil rights leaders, live and work, outside the um
April 4, 1968. There was vio- ment. It all got started in Ala, etc.).
lent reaction in at least thirty- bama. Therefore, we must In Palm
eight cities across the nation recommit ourselves and see to On Saturday April 5th, we
which lasted in some cases for It that our fallen leader's work invite you to join with citizensof Beach RunoffA a
five days. The war in Vietnam is finished there' first. good-will from all over the 44-year-old electronics''
continues, more reactionary We are calling upon you to converg-ing worker who pressed for''
public officials have been Join us in rededicating our-; on Montgomery cara- "people power" In his campaign -
elected, people are starving, selves to complete the unfin- vans (fifteen to twenty thou- gained a runoff spot in _!O" "
youth and the poor are risingup ished works of our beloved fal- sand) and march from St. the City Commission race In
Internationally against the len leader Alabama where it Judes to the State Capitol. On West Palm Beach Tuesday. Congressman Dante B. Fascell (D-Fla) greets
forces of evil. Black and poor all got started. Monday, April 7th, we will James Simpson received U. S. House of Representatives Page Otis Wallace, S
people throughout Americaare Black Alabamians invite you launch a massive, non-violent 1,152 votes to finish secondin Jr. on the steps of the U. S. Capitol in Washington. '
not free; yes, we investIn to Join with them in conducting direct action campaign in the a tour man field. M. T. D. C. Wallace, the son of Mrs. Isaiah Marshall of !
death, but we refuse to budget a massive blackbelt protest State of Alabama ,in an effortto Anthony led the field with 1438 NW 8th Florida
Avenue, City, is a senior at
for life. march along with a Poor Peo- bring about the land that Dr. 2,501 votes. Herbert Wilson
We of the Southern Christian ple's Mule Train caravan King viewed on the mountaintop. had 1,141 and William Too Mays High School. He is serving as a page under
Leadership Conference invite across the Edmund petus got 513. Fascell's sponsorship during the month of March.



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,I Miami has been Included in In each of the cities to oper-
.II the expansion of the Federal ate the program. To date the
Senior Aides program to pro- contracts cover. 614 jobs,. including -
vide part-time jobs for needy '254 added by the expansion -
j. persons, aged 55 or older, of the program. The
a t'ras William U. Norwood, regional contracts cover the period to
'B manpower administrator,U.S. March 14, 1970.
of Labor announced
c I Department
: this week.Senior The senior aides will per-
form such community service
jobs as aides In health, nutri-
Centers of Dade tion, homemaking, rehabilitation
I County, Inc., Miami, will pro- teaching, recreation,and
vide part-time jobs for 60 elderly employment. They will per-
needy persons.The pro- form clerical tasks and other-
ject will be funded with$229- wise relieve the professionalsfor
: 4d r 501 in Federal fundsand$36129 ,- more difficult program
in local funds.In activities.

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local area is responsible for
Seated from left to right: Howard University Alumni Dr. E. J, Braynon, president, F. M. Cunningham,West Palm ject, Secretary of Labor hiring the older workers for
Dr. I. p. Davis, Miami; Mrs.L Federation; Miss Blanche Howard University Club of Beach ; Dr. W. A. Chapman, George P. Shultz announced the program. The sponsor also
P. Davis, guest; Mrs.Fran- Calloway, guest; Mrs. Elea- Miami; Dr. C. M. Smith, Mi- Miami; E. J.Strachan, Miami; approval of new and refunded must provide administration -
del.Tooks, Miami; Mrs.WH nor Gibson, Miami; Mrs. ami; Dr. R. L. Smith, presi- E. J. C u n n i n g ham,West projects for: Buffalo;Chicago; supervision, facilities-
Greene, Washington, D.. C.; Bloneva Smith, Miami. dent Howard University Clubof Palm Beach; Atty. R. Rawls, Fairmont, West Virginia; Mil- equipment, and other servicesand ,
Dr. W. H. Greene, president, Standing from left to right: West Palm Beach; Atty. Fort Lauderdale, Florida;Dr.J. waukee; Minneapolis; costs as specified In the
Bedford-Fall River Massa-
E. White, Miami. agreement.To .
. Howard University Alumni Entertains Dr. GreenThe chusetts; Pittsburg; Provi-
dence and
I. Washington
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DORSEY CLASS OF'49The be eligible for the pro-
New Everglades Hotel students at Howard. The stu- The administration agreed to D. C. gram, applicants mustbeaged
was the scene of a recent dents refused to attend the lectures set up such courses and yielded class of 1949 Dorsey 55 or older and living at or below -
luncheon for the Howard Uni- of Dr. M. Cobb,an Anatomist to other demands of the students will hold an important meet- The prime contract for the the established poverty
versity Alumni of South Florida. and Anthropoligist of Ing on Sunday, April 13 at 4 projects is with the National level. They will work 20 hours
Dr. and Mrs. W, Henry world wide fame.The studentsfelt p.m. The meeting will be held Council of Senior Citizens and weekly at wages averaging $2
Greene of Washington, D.C. that Dr. Cobb was highhanded Dr. Braynon, local club at Freeman's Restaurant 8615 represents a Federal invest- an hour. All applications for
were the honored guest. Dr. and that his teaching president also told of his recent NW 22nd Avenue All 49'ers ment todateof$1,914,858.The the program must be made
Greene, a prominent Washington methods were outdated. They visit to the university as are urged to be present.Tele- National Council subcontractswith through the local office of the
D. C. physician is the readily admitted that Dr.Cobb a member of the ad-HOC com- phone 691-9541 or 7518414. a public or private agency State Employment Service.
president of the Howard Uni- was a brilliant Individual and mittee on student-alumni re-
versity federation The has done much for the black lations. Dr. Braynon was one -
Howard University Federa- physician of this country, but of six alumni appointed to this
tion is composed of Howard they felt that teaching fresh- committee, which also consistof
University clubs in 23 of the man students was a waste of five undergraduate stu-
50 states, Bermuda, South his great talents Dr. Cobb dents. The Ad-HOC Committee -
America, the West, Indies, as who had taught for 30 years in an all day meeting the
well as the Alumni organiza- was relieved of this teaching University came up with many Money Talks !
tions of the ten schools and assignment, and calm was re- recommendations; which If
colleges of the university. stored in the medical school. Implemented' will do much to
Dr. Greene brought .to the Improve interrelationshipwith
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group 'a 'great deal of, firsthand ' The law students a few in the university- family.,
information'regarding weeks after the medical school j
the*activities of the university incident also refused to go to Tile next meeting of+the Mi- i .

,. especially the problem ,clstss. They felt that they' ,ami Chapter' of the Howard
student unrest. Of great_ interest should have more courses University, Club will be on
to many was the recent geared to the black attorney April 16, at the law offices of
strike of freshman medical practicing in the black ghetto. Matthews, Braynon and Mapp.


I More Blacks Wanted In Medical SchoolsPreparing I f


for their annual in the country." measurues must be taken to
convention in San Francisco, Emerson C. Walden, M.D., bring about the admission of \,
National Medical Association' chairman of the NMA's board more of the country's black s
officers have addressed an also cited during the Hilton youth to medical schools."Dr.
urgent'telegram to President meeting's that the Asso- M. Alfred Haynes, on leave
Richard M. Nixon Ledby ciation's Crash Talent Re- from John's Hopkins Hospital,
James M. Whittico, Jr. M.D., cruitment Program is operating is heading the association's "
president of the 6,000 mem- at the local level with effort to bring more minority A:.
ber organization, the black medical school admission youth to the medical profession -
physicians asked Nixon to deClare . committees. "The program" \ /
a "state of emergency"in according to Dr.Walden,"has NMA's National Convention :
poverty areas throughoutthe caused positive results but will be held in San Francisco, f,4 t:" 'fl. , United States. revolutionary and innovative August 10 to 14, 1969. : !ti' '! __
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THE MIAMI TIMES, Friday, March 28, 1969 3


Board Changes Expelling Policy

,Names Black Assistant
More flexibility has been not saying he (the ex-
put Into the School Board student) should writ ,
Secretary Of laborWASHINGTON policy of expelling students election."I'm," Rolle said. "But I I
after a controversial hearinglast the board can serve
mother father "
Wednesday that saw many or ,
President Washburn University,Topeka, people against the change.
Nixon has appointed Art Kan., and did graduate workin > Ft
Fletcher of The new policy provides that
Washington Stateas t> w'
education and economics'at
assistant of board members can set the > :'<; ;
secretary La- s+, STS Kansas State University and "
bor for amount of time that each stu- f
Wage and Labor Standards San Francisco State College. ,
Q dent would be barred from attending 1 '
II.
Mr. Fletcher, 44, is cur- At Washburn, I he earned school, and'that the ."\\ ,
rently serving on the staff of small college All-America student could be reenrolled in .,'
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Washington Governor DanielJ. 9 s SkY:' honors in football in 1948-49 another school or other spec- ",.. :
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Evans as his special assistant and played professionally with ial education programs.

for coordinatingrelations the Los Angeles Rams and the Clifford Park s,represen-
between local communitiesand Baltimore Colts. He was an
ting the faculty at Horace Mann
the State assistant football
Government.A coach at
Junior High, argued that "to
candidate for Washburn In
lieutenant 1957-58. transfer the cancer another
governor in Washington last "
fall, Mr. Fletcher has been During World War II, Mr. body is ridiculous.
active in education, urban affairs A7 Fletcher served with the U.S. "Do you realize that a stu-
and efforts to expand Mri: t i Army in the European theatre.He dent could be expelled and
transferred to another school
Job opportunities for the disadvantaged ART FLETCHER is married to the former
opportunities committee.Mr. Bernice Hasson of Philadel- every six weeks during his

Mr. Fletcher,a former Pro- Fletcher in 1950re- phia. They have six children, high school career and never k *
be at the school twice "
fessional football player, was ceived a B.A.'degree in political Art, Jr., Joan, Paul, Phillip, same ?
asked
an employee relations specia- science and sociology from Phyllis and Sylvia.Miami Parks.
list with the Hanford Contractors However board members
at the Hanford Atomic pointed out that recommendations -
Energy Facility, RIchland, Jobs Corps on whether the student
Wash., in 196768.In should be re-admitted wouldbe :
1965-66, he directed the made by the superintendent .
manpower development pro- Graduate and he would not allow -
Now Police
ject in Washington's Tri- this to happen. -
Cities area after working the :
Schools Superintendent Dr.
previous five years as a teacher E. L. Whigham said that the ,.
Cadet P
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and'special project direc- D.COn new policy would give the y" .L glw s
tor in the Calif.
Berkeley, board flexibility in expulsioncases
school system. Wednesday, February played basketball on Moore all the from re-
way
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Mr. Fletcher was a man- 26, the first nine graduates of Playground Team. The team admittance at another schoolto Ethiopian Ambassador to the U. N., E,. McKon-
agement control coordinatorfor the National Cadet Academyat was Miami Recreation De- permanent expulsion. nen, enjoys.dinner at Kings Bay Yacht and Coun
Aerojet General, Sacra- the Kilmer Job Corps Cen- partments Champs in 1967 and is try Club fefore taking part in a, panel discussionon
mento, Calif., in 1959-60, and ter were inducted into the Dis=: placed first in the Florida Permanent expulsion not
was assistant director of pub- trict of Columbia Police Cadet Recreation Association Dis- provided for in the existing mid-East affairs at Temple Beth Am Sunday,

lic relations for the Kansas Corps. Harold Wooten, a trict #4 meet in 1968. policy. March 16.
Highway Commission in To- 1967 graduate of Miami's i..
peka from 1954 to 1957.In Northwestern Senior High The Florida State Employ-

1967-68, he served as an School was one of the nine. ment Service, through its MI- FOR THE FINEST: HOUSING ACCOMMODATIONSAT
elected city councilman ,In Mr. J. Kennedy, Placement ami Opportunity Center' recruited -
Pasco, Wash. Liaison Officer at Kilmer said Harold Wooten for the MODERATE RATESCALLBONDED

A former legislative assis- about Harold . he pos- Job Corps and he departed for i .
tant to ex-Kansas Governor sesses the strength and quiet Kilmer on May 15, 1968.During ' S
Fred Hall, Mr. Fletcher has' sureness of one whose abilities his stay at the Job Corps, S R
also been active' in civic atc may develop into leader- Center he continued above
fairs. t ship capabilities." average _in his academic stu-
He organized' the East Pasco Born in' Cairo, Georgia, dies, showing special aptitude RENTAL
Self-Help Cooperative As- September 9, 1948, and in government and law.He was
sociation, a neighborhood development twelve children, the family cited as a dependable and out- S
corporation, and now lives at 2130 NW 49th St., standing young man who dem-
has been a member on the Miami. Harold was not onlyan onstrated quiet initiative and AGENCY
Washington Governor's Urban above average student at fortitude in completing his .

Affairs Advisory Council Northwestern, but he excelledin training. He was,well respect" AL ,
and chairman of the Kansas sports aswell.He competedon ed by his peers and instruc. Q -
Governor's' job training and the school's track team and tors. r


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J t To Be Equal



M. Young Jr.
Whitney
: 6530NW 15th Ave., Miami, Fla. 33147-Phone, 691.0421H. by
By Booker T. Hayes
E. SIGISMUND REEVES, Editor and Publisher Executive Director National Urban League

GARTH C. REEVES Managing Editor .....- .
STANLEY I. SWEETING, Theatrical Editor Do Your Own ThingI Crime And Preventive

Notional Advertising Representative read an article recently concerning a group of small Investors
Amalgamated Publishers, Inc. in New York State who now share in the profits of a DetentionThe
310 Madison Avenue, New York, N. Y. 10017
Member of the Notional Newspaper Publishers Association thriving supermarket. The principle stock-holders In this going mushrooming crime rate has led to many new proposalsto

2400 S. Michigan Avenue;. Chicago, III. 60616 concern are ,residents of the ghetto area from which the "make the streets safe". The one that's catching on fastestis
original capital was solicited. The net annual Income last year for preventive detention of"hardcore" criminals.

ONE YEAR $5.00 SUBSCRIPTION- SIX MONTHS..RATES$3.00 FOREIGN $6.00 was in the neighborhood of 65,000 dollars, which means profit The idea is to cut down on crimes committed while a man
above the operating cost. Many will fail to see the significance is out on bail. Instead of releasing accused person on bail,
Entered as Second Class Matter, August 9, 1927 at the Post of this achievement, but it offers an inroad for the many the Judge would decide whether he is likely to commit another
Office" at Miami, Florida, under the act of March 8, 1876 people whose investment capital is small or almost non-exis- crime. If so, bail will be denied, and the accused will be jailed

"CREDO OF THE NEGRO PRESS" tant. until his trial comes up.
The NEGRO PRESS believes that America can best lead This seems reasonable to many people, but the proposal is
the world from racial and
national antagonism when It accords
amazed to find that some black brothersare
Many people are
to every man regardless of his race creed or color his human actually quite a dangerous one.
and legal rights. Hating no man, ,fearing no man-the Negro not in the least enthused about conditions past or present. What happens, for example, to the time-honored concept
Press strives to help every man in the firm belief that all men They seem to feel that all blacks should have been engulfedby that a man is innocent until proven guilty? That doctrine assumes
are hurt as long as anyone Is held back. the new attitude. They view their personal successes as a that an accused person will be given his liberty until a

guideline and become more optimistic than their brothers. I Jury of his peers finds him innocent or guilty of the charges.A .
Welfare Reforms OverduePressures find that many of these blacks who show no favorable reaction man behind bars awaiting trial can't assist in preparinghis

to the present changes feel they are still on the outside.. own defense, either. A recent case in New York demon
are building up for reforming the welfare system. They see no visible means by which they can become a part of strates this. A man was charged with manslaughter arising

It's not working--that's the conclusion almost everyone who the new movement. They can readily see the improvementsmade from a bar-room brawl. Freed on bail, he attached a small
has ever had anything to do with It, from clients to the welfare by other blacks, but their own prospects are dim or tape recorder to his body and went to a poolroom where he

Administrators themselves.The unlikely, thus accounting for the apathy shown or expressed.In confronted the real killer.

word from Washington is that the Nixon,administration "You killed that fellow, didn't you?" he said. The other
is considering plans for reforming assistance programs. My our surge toward black ownership we must not allow our man said, "Yes, but I'm not going to admit it to anyone; you're
own feeling is that they ought to be and replacedwith Individual ambitions to overshadow our collective cause. We
scrapped going to take the rap."But it was all down on tape, and the Innocent
a package that includes guaranteed jobs for all, higher must offer each of our black :Irothers: no matter how meagerhis man was freed. .
minimum family allowances and a annual means, an opportunity to belong. Everything we do, is motivated
wages, guaranteed Admittedly, this is a rare case, but the principle holds. If
Income We not be able to fully explain or
for those who can't work. by something. may
that In until his trial he
man was placed Jail surely would
But it looks like that kind of economic security program is define our every move, but the proper analysis will reveal a have been found guilty of a crime he didn't commit.
far off, and the need for immediate change will lead to reform definite motive for all our actions. I can think of no greater There hardened criminals who threat
are are a the com
in the present system. motive for a black man than the uplift of all black people. I
munity and who comit crimes while they are awaitin g trial for
The main criticism of the present system are In two areas-- can think of no other banner of greater interest to black people
other crimes. But no one knows how many, what percentage of
its administration at this time. We must develop a feeling of kinship for the
by the states, and the effect it has on welfare
crimes such
are committed by people, or how to spot potential
recipients. black man we may not know, and his problems must becomeour
repeaters. Until we let the answers to these questions,
Though the federal government picks up much of the bills, problems. preventive detention seems a hastily contrived measure directed

the states set the amounts to paid. In states that are fairly On Friday .night, March 28 we will have the opportunity of more at calming people's fears than at seeing justice

liberal, amounts are higher.i New York, for example, seeing the results another group of small investors. A groupof done.
averages about $70 a month for dependent children. For the skycaps from Miami International Airport have pooled their The decision as to whether to "Jail or bail" would be up to

nation as a whole, the average is about $41 a month. But In resources and are now the proud owners of the new Jet-A way the judge alone.Guidelines have been proposed,but we all know

Mississippi, the average relief check for a dependent child Is Bar and Lounge. This was formerly the 500 Club located at that administrative guidelines will vary from courtroom to

a measly $8.50. And'nationwide, only about half the eligible 2724 NW 36th Street. They have secured a liquor license and courtroom. Judges will be asked not to determine sentences or
people get welfare aid. will be legal procedures- something they are equipped to do -. but
the word on Friday, date of the grand opening, go, go,
Clearly, there has to be a national standard set, and no state go. This venture on the part of these young men is but one of to predict whether a given person might commit a crime in

should be allowed to pay less than that minimum. the many recent' efforts by black people to "do their own the future.

Some of the bigger states are overburdened by their welfare thing." It will be up to you and I as black people to encourage I can't make such a prediction about another human being;

budgets. Since payments are wellbelow poverty standards others to venture out and find their thing. Once found, we neither can you. No one can. Until we get some hard evidence

anyway, they can't be cut. must insure their success by our patronage. about the accuracy of such predictions,.we should be very
careful about such to criminal court .
granting Judges.In
in the categoryas power
I don't think New York would want tobe same
a Mississippi. The answer here is to Increase the federal some courtrooms, a black face is enough to convince a
Judge of future criminal activity. We've had too much exper-
share of the welfare dollar. This is a national problem-
f Rent Defense Bill ProposedA ience with racism in courtrooms to another
poverty on rural farms sends 'people Into cities where they open.yet area
hope to find Job opportunities. There Is no reason why the receiving where black people can be persecuted.
proposed bill to establish a Civil Housing Court designedto
Preventive detention if
would be a dangerous concept even
states should have to pay for the oppressive policiesof
backward states. help slum dwellers in urban communities helpthemselves.Has Justice were swift.But It isn't In some cities it takes up to two
more been submitted to the Dade delegation by the EOPI legal years for a criminal case to come to trial. That means a man

And let's get something else straight, too. People don't Services Program. can be charged with a crime, placed in preventive detention

come North to get on the relief rolls. Who ever heard of Because of the law of landlord and tenant has been so encrusted instead of being released onbail,and,after spending two yearsin
someone moving his family 2,000 miles Just to collect a $40 with tradition and because the economic market for jail, be found innocent.

monthly check? People move in the hope of getting Jobs.- housing in slum areas provides for a demand far in excessof Before we play around with such dangerous precedents the

and it's ,up to an enlightened government and business com- supply, this law is very necessary if our community is to administration of Justice should be Improved. U criminal

munity to provide work for all who want it. provide viable, legal processes for the ghetto poor. cases were brought to trial within a month or so of the indict

Very few people on welfare can work. Most are handicapped, The housing court act from which this bill was drafted was ment, possible repeaters wouldn't be on the loose for long

too old, children, or mothers with young children. Reform of passed in the State of Maryland and Is only applicable to the enough to do any damage, and Justice wouldbe served without

,the system would help make.many of these people indepen City of Baltimore. In our proposed bill, would be applicableonly adding threats to everyone's liberty.
dent. to the three largest urban areas in the state of Florida.As That means more courts, more Judges, more Investigators,
Families and, above all, more money. But It's the democratic way to
can be kept together by scrapping regulationsstill one of our more concerned U.S. Senators once said; "It protect rights as well as property.
( effective in some states) that refuse payment to children
must be a matter of priority for this country change the
. where there is a 'man in the house." That only encourages'
conditions which created riots, including Implementation
PHIL OSSOFER
Jobless fathers to abandon families
their so theywon't starve.
need excerise
of the Kerner.Report so that citizens not super
human virtures to be good citizens." In a recent column In The ly and biologically true that
Another badly needed reform is to let recipients earn money Times
without losing their benefits., Again, states differ here, but 'The Kerner report referred to above found that In those ,that Bayard Rustin suggested there can be no birth and

most will cut benefits once a person makes more than a tiny cities that had major riots In 1967, that inadequate housingwas (Good we mark April, growth without birth painsand
Friday) the first anniversary Whenever
amount per month. If the aim of welfare departments is to in the top three grievances of ghetto residents.In growing pains.
of the slaying of Dr. there is the emergency of the
make people self-sufficient they should be given the right to
without the City of Miami 1960, 15% of the housing units were Martin Luther King Jr., as a new, we confront the recalcitrance
earn .
being penalized.But
money in and condition. In 1965 19.3% of day for
a deteriorating dilapidated rededicating ourselves of the old. So the tensions
these and other suggested reforms are Just stop-gap the housing was indequate. It is estimated that by the end of to the continuation of his work. which we witness in the
measures. Even an across-the-board reform program would this year 25% of the housing in the City of Miami will be I believe it is very importantthat world today are indicative of

leave the system intact. It's like putting a bandaid on a cancer. inadequate.This all men of good will; men the fact that a new world order

The stigma of being on relief;the below-poverty line payments; particular bill will give to ghetto residents an oppor- who realize that without equal- is being born and an old

the dependency and loss of dignity;all will re main. We're.still tunity to correct their own housing conditions inasmuch as ity our country is doomed order is passing away."

trying to end poverty on the cheap.An this bill equalizes the position of tenant with that of the land- join hands and carry on the Good Friday represents the
lord. Such self-help on the part of American citizens is in work that must be done in order turbulence the crucifixion

economic security program that replaces the welfare the great American tradition., Such action by ghetto resi- to reach the goal for which Goodness, but it also marks
,system Is the answer to the abject poverty that afflicts millions dents is necessitated by the failure of both city and county Dr. King sacrificed his life. the end of an old world order

black and white. It takes bold measures to make lasting officials who have had ten years to clea up the ghetto and We must indeed cling to his followed by the Resurrection

changes. during that time, these conditions have only deteriorated.The words, to un 'Tstand them which ushers in a new

thoroughly, so lat that world violent
goal order. Dr. King's
Dade County delegation should take a personal interest
may be achieved. death marked on
to be
in Introducing and working to pass this legislation and workto ,
I Crippled Kids Can Be Helped! the end that justice is brought to our ghetto residents. understanding Dr. King had *a rare, deep Good Friday this year,
c the day in heralds the resurrection of
which we are 11 ng.. "it is an those spiritual qualities of

,! age in which a uw social order love of one's fellowmen,

i'w Your4 ill is being born. We stand equality and Justice for all,
today between Uo worlds- the which will become realities
Easter Seal
dying old and the emerging when we unite to bring into
.
" .n TO MORE PROFITS & PRESTIGE new."
t 1196t being this new world order.

April COULD BE ADVERTISINGYOUR His doctrine of nonviolencewas Dr. King himself said,
based in part on the rea. "There is something at the

BUSINESS. IN lization that retaliation with very center of our faith'which
1I "h' !.... hate and bitterness would tend reminds us that the sorrow of

.ij m m. J r to make the new age a duplication Good Friday maybe with us fora

Give To EASTER SEALS CALL US TODAY! of the old age. He understood day, but ultimately it must
I the present tensions. give way to the triumph of
He said, "It is both historical Easter."



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MIAMI TIMES, Friday, March 28, 1969 5

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I Facts Not Fiction | ",' .", ,7 \ : : ,: }
,
LEON J. ELL "MOCKERY OF JUSTICE"

May I repeat that knowledge is a prerequisite to understanding -
and In that light, I believe it would be interesting for the

Negro people to know exactly what the Jews believe in, and as 'EVEN THOUGH IT SPARES THE .
an introduction I hope that my readers will permit me to citea ; ;
FAMILY OF LIVING THROUGH THAT -
from the Hebrew Union Book 39
prayer Prayer page :
EXPERIENCE AGAIN,ALL THE '

"0 Lord, how can 'we know Thee? Where can'w find Thee? FINGERS THAT PULL THE II I ,
Thou art as close to us as breathing and yet art father than TRIGGER MUST z3E BROUGHT ,, ;' '
the farthermost star. Thou art as mysterious as the vast soli- TO JUSTICE
tude of the night and yet art as familiar to us as the light of the MQS.MARTINWTNERK1NCr 4r ,11
Sun. To the seer of old Thou did say: Thou can s t not see my
face, but I will make all my goodness pass before Thee. Evenso ;
does Thy goodness pass before us in the realm of nature
and In the varied experiences of our lives.When justice burns
like a flaming fire within us,when love evokes willing sacrifice
from us, when, to the last full measure of selfless devotion, C, / ,
we proclaim our belief in the ultimate triump of truth and Fj
righteousness, do we not bow down before the vision of Thy Q
goodness? Thou livest within our hearts, as Thou does per- '
\cfL
vade the world,and we through righteousness behold Thy pres
T
ence.
Firstly, all Jews of whatever theological belief are united in
the unchangeable belief in the oneness of God and the onenessof
humanity. Constantly guarding against idolatry and attributing -
human qualities to the divine, Creator.
i The Jewish people have always been known as the people
I of the Book referring to the Bible and we know that the Bible j'j'i, .
was written over a period of over more than 1000 years and by /
different men, and that it consists of:
"
((1)) Folk-lore, (2)) History, ((3)) Laws and ethics, ((4)) prophe- "" ''""" '". ,...'' '",
"
cies.We
( shall begin with the beginning: Folk-lore.

\ To that group belongs Genesis, or the story of Creation; the Th/E TRL.
\} story of Adam and Eve the story of Abraham's offer of Isaac .
; sacrifically; the story of the crossing of the Red Sea, etc. \ ,, 13 .
" As you turn the pages of history, you learn that all people t "T .\I '
;' who have created a culture or a civilization have folk-lores: ,
( attempting to explain creation. The Greeks have Mythology;
:' the Nordics have Allegories; the Hebrews have Genesis. The
t difference, however, between Genesis and other explanations Q,w.3
j of creation is electrlfviiur.

! Whereas, the Grecian Mythology has no basis in facts, Gene- Black Teachers Asks School
,,-!, sis has. For instance, Genesis tells us the water was separated SMACK-food Plan Offered
\t\j from the earth and that life began in the sea and that man Board To Punish All (I
Perpetrators "i
t came last on the scene of creation. Chronologically, Genesis

, is so close to the scientific explanation of evolvement as to be Dear Mr Reeves: TO NeGro BusinessmenRecently
r: reasonably forced to conclude that Moses(four thousand years ..
; without the aid of chemistry small of concerned black educators has
j ago, physics,geography,archeology, a group
i the present aides of our laboratories,told a story so closeto felt the need to come out of the recluse of "middle-class" "Doing own thing in the with potential to become that,
the scientific explanation of creation, exception of point of do-nothingness and assume responsibility for stating publiclyour business world"your will be a ma- as a major link in the market-
time), was divinely inspired.In views on matters that are pertinent to our work. jor goal in a newly-created ing chain. A dual effect is that
our folk-lore,no story is told without a moral purpose and The attached is a letter to the Dade County Board of Public should be
of expansion announced our,program singularly
program
one particular story in Genesis has changed the outlook of all Instruction which states most explicitly our reaction to the in lessening
in New York by the helpful urban -
humanity, namely, the Adam and Eve story. The Bible narrates Board's decision to expel eight Central High students. Columbus GeorgiabasedTom tensions while ttheaame ,
that God created Adam out of the earth'and then in order We hope that you will be able to print the total letter In your Huston Peanut, Company time Improving the economic S

to show the oneness, he created Eve out of Adam's rib, and editorial section. A subsidiary of General Mills, ',stability pf1(the community asawhole"
since one human being was created by God,all humanity havea Thank you for your cooperation. Inc., the firm manufacturersof he said. .
common parent which make them brothersandgives rise to Mrs. T. W. Brimberry Snack-Time Products Under the new plan the Tom ;
the concept of the brotherhood of man and the fatherhood of Huston Company hopes to add
candy, peanuts, potato chips .
God, a Hebraic concept that changed human thinking and is the Dear Mr. Braddock and other food Items.The pro scores distributorships

basis of Western Civilization ject aimed at recruitment and to an already successful open
The story of Abraham offering Isaac and then being told by As black educators, we feel compelled,at this point, to state training of blacks as indepen- ation 'Training in sales and
God to desist, must be considered in the light of the era when publicly our, reaction to the recent decision handed down by the dent distributors in the rapidly management will be providedby
human sacrifice was common and the voice of God ordered Board against eight black students from Central Senior High expanding retail outlet and themanufacturer.Seed
Abraham to desist from human sacrifice and substitute animals School. home consumption market will capital for equipment and inventory -. ,
instead, a declaration to the peoples,of that day to stop We wish to make unequivocally clear the fact that we do be directed by a New York' Mr. Patton predictedwill
human sacrifices. not condone disruption in the schools of Dade County. For that businessman, Reuben J. Patton be made available througha
Each incident in the Hebraic folk-lore repeated in the Bible reason, we can accpet the Board's decision, although we findit combination of programs
marks a beginning of the divine Influence in man, but it should difficult to understand the method by which it arrived at its: A veteran sales and mar- operated by the private sec- ;
never be taken literally as being revealed from Mt. Sinai. decision.The keting executive, Mr. Pattonis tor as well as the Federal

question which we, as black educators, must now ask President of ReubenJ. pat- Government. He cited Urban
HISTORYThe the Board are several: ton & Associates, (200 West Coalition as an example of activity ,
history narrated in the Bible is being more and more 135th St., Manhattan). Widely where financial assistance
supported by outside sources and proven correct even to the (1) Why was not the South Dade High School situation, which known in civic and political and venture capital for
point that the Israelis of today,are discovering the roads described was much more volatile and which lasted for much longer circles, Patton is Director of new businesses would be
In the Bible that have long disappeared from the mapsof period of time, given the same scruting and the perpetratorsthe "the Mayor of Harlem Elec- sought.
the Near East.The foremost archeologists of today continueto same punishments? Was it due to the fact that the bulk of tions", an annual 'civic pride Referring to the March 5th
bring forth material supporting the detailed history narrated the South Dade perpetrators were of Caucasian descent? Or campaign he initiated in 1947. White House Conference and to
in the Bible. did the pressure of the white parents frighten: the Board intononfeasance He is also president of the Locality President Nixon's Executive
of office? Mayor's Committee of Order to promote capitalismfor
LAWS AND ETHICS ((2) What happened to the situation in which Negro students Greater New York, Inc. the nation's blacks and
The laws and ethics enunciated and promulgated need no arrived at Madison Junior High to find a message on the walls: In a statement read to com- other minority group mem-
arguments in their support and are a source of marveling that, "Go home, Niggers! ? Was there an investigation into this pany officials and specially invited bers, the Harlem executive
although they were enunciated four thousand years ago, still situation which also erupted into violence? Were those per- guests at a press con- saidthathehadnothlngbut
have validity today and are actually the basis of Western civi- petrators also punished similarly to the Central students? ference held in the Americana praise for President Nixon

lization. ((3)) What action was taken against the white administrationat Hotel, Patton described the and Secretary of Commerce
PROPHECIESLast Edison who permitted an all-white parents meeting school decision of the Tom Huston Maurice H. Stans for "a move
but not least, prophecies,a unique phenomenon havingno property and on school time? Company to expand operationsinto in the right direction".
precedence in any culture or civilization prior to the pro (4) Did the Board investigate) the violence that erupted at the black community as "One thing we must guard
phets of Israel. For the sake of brevity, it will suffice to say Westview Junior High School on February 8?What happened to "a move tremendous national against," Patton warned, "is df
that the prophets,and the prophets only,have projected a Mes- the perpetrators in that case? significance that fits that In building black business '
sianic Era towards which humanity must strive,and, in all the perfectly into the formula of and promoting black capitaI
annals of history, you will not find anywhere a divine patternfor When we, as educators, proceed to teach "law and order, corporate entity, pieceoftheaction lism we avoid any idea that
br ing ing about a Messianic Era or Utopia. Even today, liberty and justice for all", mu>t we preface our teachings by partnership known as we want to perpetuate the
whenever a non-Jew writes of a Topia, you will find "time saying, "of course, we mean if you're non-Negro"? Were "black capitalism or entre- ghetto Partnership in De-
present," place removed(such as somewherein Tibet), while the eyes of the members of the Board of public Instruction preneurship". mocracy must become a prin-
the Hebrew concept 'of a Utopia, as enunciated by the Pro closed when South Dade, Madison, and Westview were in their "our goal is to cast the ciple tenent of American busi
phets, is "place here", time removed (in the days to come). era of violence? Or did the fact that many of the perpetrators black businessman and those ness. We hope to do our part.
All through the ages, Judaism has been religion of growthand -- Indeed, too many -- were white force the Board to turn its
development with changes caused by the time and surroundings head and pretend that the evil did not exist? Where was the I

I, but never faltered from its essence, namely, the stern disciplinarian when these things happened?
white and/or black perpetrators of the South Dade Madison
,
oneness of God, the oneness of humanity, and the adulation of ,
Those of us who profess to be educators and professionals of and Westview situations True ,"justice" demands no less.
goodness. In this, Judaism differs from the Hellenic civilization -
the difference other ranks have, for too long, slept on the very communitieswhich Let us reiterate,we do not condone disruption in the schools,
radically. I can only epitomize by saying
been called to There a time in the but disdain %
we have serve. comes we equally power play against students,especially
that whereas the Hebraic concept always was and is that, that
life of every community when the eyes of the beholders must when those students are black!
which is good is beautiful; the Hellenic,on the other hand, was
perceive what is obvious -- in this case,that eight black stu-
mostly the reverse, namely, that, that which is beautiful
dents were used as an example rather than justly punishedfor Respectfully yours, I
good. an offense.We Concerned Black EducatorsT.
Judaic theology and comments by great apostolic Jews
through the ages comprise scores of volumes,hence,the above call upon the Board, now, not to rescind its decision W. Brimberry, E. Withers, C. M. Powell, W. Barrett,
is but a brief statement of the general principles of Judaism. against the Central students. That; ,would not take much cour- W. C. Jones, E. Wynn, A. D.Smith, M. J. Percell, M. A. Jer-
,
The next issue will deal with "If I Were A Negro", an age. Rather, we call upon the same body to Investigate and, lathe kins, B. J. Dudley, R. Kearse, S. F. McCoy, M. Raiford, H.
.] opinion and'not advice. very same expeditious manner, to bring judgment upon the Hart, M. Mitchell, G. Campbell and A. Guinyard.THE .

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6 THE MIAMI TIMES, Friday, March 28, 1969. _
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BY CLARICE LITTLES ) 1OCU4
Miami Times Society Editor
BY PRISCILLA REDDING

PALM TREE The Scripture says: "The righteous shall
flourish like the palm tree" Let us see what this comparisonmeans Members of Group Six of Second Baptist Church wish to

: The palm grows not In the depths the forest or In a 1k1 ) thank one and all for making their Spring Fashion Show a success -

fertile loam, but In the desert. Its verdure often springs ap- e" A 36 r< > A special thanks goes to those stores who made this

parently from the scorching dust. It Is a friendly lighthouse, I fashion show possible.

guiding the traveler to the spot where water is to be found. I KILLIAN FOCUS

The tree is remarkable for its beauty, its erect aspiring I The week of March 17-21 was the week the 14 silver knight

growth, its leafy canopy, its waving plumes, the emblem of candidates went down to the DuPont Plaza for their final and
praise in all ages.Its very foliage is the symbol of joy and ex- I determining interview. We hope that all went well and we are
ultation. It never fades and dust never settles upon it. It was, e !
'
-' positive that everyone has done the best he or she could do
therefore, twisted into the booths of the feasts of tabernacles, CELEBRATES 50th WEDDING ANNIVERSARYMr. flowers
The FHA Club is selling spring crepe this week!
was born aloft by the multitude that accompanied Messiahto and Mrs. Williford and Pauline Young will cele- Be sure you Join the crowd by purchasing a crepe flower
Jerusalem, and it is represented as in the hands of the re-
On Wednesday Future Business Leaders of America
will
deemed in Heaven. For usefulness, the tree is unrivalled. brate their 50th Wedding Anniversary on Tuesday,
sponsor a snowcone sale.Ihope you were on the scene to
Gibson says that the, natives of Syria speak of 360 uses to April 1. The couple came to Miami from Jackson- this organization. Also the social studies department support

which the palm is applied. Its shade refreshes the traveler.Its ville in 1924. They now reside at 6337 NW 24th PI. presented the social studies senate debate.
fruit restores his strength. When his soul fails for thirst,
On Thursday the band will participate in a concert. We hope
it announces water. Its leaves are made Into couches, its r
that Mr. D. Wills and students surpass their last honors. Good
into fences and walls and its fibres into or rig-
boughs ropes ,
luck Cougars, continue to reach for high goals.
ging. Its stones are ground for his camels. Its best fruit,
In sports competition we find the Cougar baseball
moreover, is born in old age; the finest dates being often ga- t team
V facing Friday, 28, away Southwest, 3:30andSaturday
thered when the tree has reached a hundred years. It sends, 'j A J 8I : away
Coral Park 2:00.
F
too, from the same root a large number of suckers, which in I ,
I Swimming team faced Coral Gables at Richmond
time, form a forest by their growth. What an emblem of the Pool. Heights
righteous in the desert of a guilty world!
-Joseph Angus This past week one of the most outstanding students at Kil-
lian signed with one of the top ten schools in the United
* * * * * * * States.

Mr. and Mrs. George (Mable) Haile of Detroit are spendinga !f .' His name is Rufus Ferguson and he signed with Wisconsin
University on a grant-in-aid. He is better known by,the name
: month's vacation relaxing in the warm tropical sunshine of ga
Miami. of Mr. Roadrunner himself. May Rufus indulge himself in

fA /9p worthwhile projects and may all his endeavors be successful.
Eloise Morris Jetted to Manhattan to attend the wedding of

her niece, Veronica Gill Hobby and Mr. Rupert White, that
took place March 22.

.. _
that friend Monica is in -- U' Uu'u'u'u
So happy my life-long B. Rahming
Invitations in the mail
Miami for her spring vacation. Monica is the houseguest of are
LARRAINE HALL for the of San-
her niece and her husband,the Isaiah Matthews of Little River coming wedding O
dra Patricia Holland, daugh-
Drive. Mrs. Willie Mae Heywood ter of Mrs. Atheria Ingrahamand

Last week Margaret Parker Seymour said goodbye to family announce the marriage of her the late Wilfred Holland,

and friends in Miami a s she moved to Tacoma, Washingtonto sister Larraine Hall, the and Mr. Merven Eoudreaux,
Join her husband, Peter Alexander Seymour who is stationed daughter of the late Mrs. Lillie son of Mr. and Mrs. Claude

at McChard Air Force Base Hall, to Julius Vernard Armstrong Eoudreaux, Franklin, La.
Ceremonies will be Sandra and Merven are In
Ella Fitzgerald has recorded the title song for MGM's "A held on April 12, 2 p.m. at the Air Force. The wedding

Place For ,Lovers" starring Faye Dunaway and Marcello Mother Bethel AME church, is planned for April 20, at St.

Mastrioianni. 419 S. 6th St. Philadelphia: Peters' American Catholic r

Chum Evelyn Frazier (Chums Bridge Club of Atlanta)en- Pennsylvania. Church.
tertained friends at the Four Ambassadors' Regency Room --- -

last Saturday. Among the guests enjoying dinner and bridge State Asked To Double
were Ruth Arnold, Atlanta who was fascinated with Miami on

her first visit; Ida,"Harmon; Evelyn's sister-in-law; Jean

Harmon, niece, Atlanta' ; Oliver Harmons, Chicago;Alice Wil- Medical Aid
To PoorA
son, Cleveland; Mary Howell, Detroit; Grace Humphrey, Lu-
gusta Colston, Llnnie Fannin. Ova Klllens, Ann Lindsey-
Packard, Flossie Gibson.Sue Francis,.Clarice Littles, Maude Senate subcommittee has propriation of $16 million to
Reid, Sarah Pullom, Florence Morgan, Lillian Hutcheson, recommended that Florida almost implement the Medicaid pro-
Evelyn B. Evans, Betty Alford and Pete Harmons. The group double its spending on gram has been premed in Tallahassee -

sang "Happy Birthday" to Chum Evelyn whose natal day was medical welfare programs for by State Sens. Ken-

Friday, March 21. Ann Lindsey and Sarah Pullom were the the poor. neth Myers, Dade; Louis de la

high scorers of the afternoon."A The proposal would make Parte, Hillsborough; and
David Lane; Broward, mem-
date with the press" luncheon at Miami Springs Villas, the state eligible for federal bers of
a subcommittee of the
funds under the
Saturday, will feature newspaper woman Margaret S. Mooreof Medicaidprogram.
Senate Committee
on Health
the Anti-Crime Crusade. The state would get ,
about $3 in federal funds for Welfare, and State Institu-

Florida's Changing Scene Four Negro women are active everyone it spends.It tions.

in public office. Mrs. M.Athalie Range,in Miami; Mrs. Sallye
Mathis and Mrs. Mary Singleton, Jacksonville and Mrs.Bette also would prevent the The full committee met Sat-
state from losing $12 million urday in Miami to hear testi-
in
Wimbish, newely elected council member St. Petersburg.
Congratulations! in federal funds it already receives mony from public health and
provide medical care welfare and nursing home of-
Sgt. Alvin Goss, his wife Mary and two daughters, Juanita for the poor. ficials concerning the need for
and Annette Nashville are visiting his mother, Adline Pinck- A bill calling for a state ap Medicaid.
ney and his grandmother Marie Price.

George Smith, student at Florida State is visiting his mo- -

ther, Mrs. Mae Catherine Smith. Matherlyn Notwood, Tallahassee The Louise; RileFinishingand ;

Is the houseguest of the Fords of Opa-locka other I
students home on spring vacation are Curtis Ford, Bernie Uptight.

Bradley, John Marks and Paula M. Wyche. I Modeling Academy t Out of sight

Get well wishes to Mrs. Estella Cunningham, Christian. PRESENTS t

Elsie Williams, Rev. Allen, Christian; Doretha Johnson, at Blouse and skirt
home. Friends of Mrs. Ethel Thompson Johnson(Gracie and "The Shape of t

Nora's mother) are sending get well wishes her way. She's I Springs to Come" t with vest of light.
patient at Jackson Memorial.
I Puffy, cuffy sleeves
Leonard and Rozina Ashe celebrated another weddinganni- FashionShow
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versary on March 20. It was also Leonard's birthday. Congratulations I and skinny, mini pleats.
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The Sigma Gamma Rho Sorority has scheduled their 29th up.

Southeastern Regional Grand Ball for April 4th at the Four I And I In brash black and white, ; $37.
Dance
Ambassadors.The I
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Gardenia Circle Club is sponsoring a Musical Tea,
Suday, March 30, at the Police Benevolent Hall, 4343 NW I I E'LI ; SAT., MARCH 29 t Big Sale '


17th Here Avenue for the 4-6 funeral p.m. of Mrs. Artie E. McFarland were Edward siI 8 P.M.EVERGLADES t Now In .

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and Addle Bell Simmons of Panama City. HOTEL t
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THINK It's nice to be important but it's more importantto BALLROOM t

be nice. I [ EVENINGS 'TIL 9htRj'S
See the full gamut of t
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GRAND DOOR PRIZES It

THEY ARE COURTEOUS, DEPENDABLE. I TRIP FOR 2 LORY'S FASHION SHOPS . EVERYWHERE!

PLEASE PATRONIZE THEM! 1 TO FREEPORT t 8II2HH7TH AVENUE (EDISON CENTER)

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Omega Psi Phi Joins Coke


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ATLANTA The Omega psl Mr. Wall said that Omega
Phi Fraternity has joined in scholarship is a continuationof
the college aid scholarship the program initiated last
program established last year year "to provide needed funds
by Coca-Cola USA, a Divisionof for assisting deserving young' BY STANLEY"SWEETS" SWEETING
The Coca-Cola Company, people who could not otherwise
according to an announcementby afford a college education." LINE-O-TYPE
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Dr.Lawrence E.Nicholson, Dr. Nicholson hailed the THE LITTLE RED BOOK: (Attention Bishops!) The Rt.Rev
fl id YtY 1yT j(? Chairman of the Charles R. collaboration with CocaColaas Msgr Donald Anthony of St Peter's American Catholic Cathedral -
Drew Scholarship Fund Committee an added strength to wonders "why can't the hierarchies of
and Kelvin A. Wall, Omega's National Scholarship the American Catholic Church (Syrian An-
manager,Market Development program. He declared the tiochean) and the African Orthodox Church
Officials of Metropolitan Dade County were Department, Coca-Cola USA. availability of the Coca-Cola get together and merge so that they may
would have Im-
The will extend scholarship
scholarship
have a black church that would be representative
among a gathering of South Florida sanitation engineers The Coca-Cola Company's mense motivation value for
of the spiritual, social, culturaland
previewing new equipment for refuse remo- program to aid high school hundreds of youths in the ser economic needs of their race !111"1 The
val. At the meeting at the Miami Springs HolidayInn seniors to receive financial vice area of the Fraternity'slocal Julia Tuttle Causeway caraccident on March

were (from left) Herman Mueller, Executive assistance for their college chapters.The school. 8 that hospitalized Isaiah Bruton Jr resulted
senior
education. high selected in his death March 14. A former Biscayne -
Vice President with Tom Wood Equipment Corp.
Nominations for a national as a recipient will be
for ten
Annex postal employee years,
Metropolitan Dade County Waste Department Director winner will be made by local chosen on the basis of college Bruton's Orlando (Fla) burial last week was attended by Mi-
Clarence Patterson, and Joe Hager, Presidentof chapters of the fraternity and board examination scores, amians James (BusterCollie) Donald Cunningham, Edward
Gar Wood Industries, Detroit. announced, at its annual national leadership qualities, financial Jones and Robert Walton.
convention. need, and the desire to pursue

a college education.coming NOTES ON A NAPKIN: Charles Higgs, itemed here a week
ago as a Jackson Memorial inmate who underwent a neck operation
has been reported 'missing' from JMH since 6:30: ayem
'" ,.' last Sunday. Up to column time Monday (48 hrs later) patienthas
not been found through police, hospital, friends, CIS nor
county morgue vigilance . The John (Janice) Saunders
E N TR ,, i. christened their son Darius Conan in Hallandale's St Ann's
Episcopal last Sunday ayem at 900.

SALT WATERTAFFY: Former pioneer Coconut Grove resi-
dent and businesswoman LeRena Smith of Grand Avenue's
Tropical Bar and Grill now over in British West Indies con
tinuing in business as she peddles her wares among the Free-
port natives . Forty-three was the lucky digit 'fished' out
of the magic hat during the Frontiers' international 'Trip to ('
Nassau' ensemble last Saturday night. Gulf Service Station .
'j> .'! operator D. C. Coleman was the winner of the round trip for
". two.
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i" j " (she's Idella Heastie the RN) have posted the 'For Sale' signon
their 33rdAve tepee. If we're correct with our diagnosis,
ycb the professional couple plan moving into a larger and swankier
SAP Northwest area wigwam . Former Miamian of the long,
long ago Matthew Moore passed up in Augusta,Ga last Sunday.
Grandson James Smith of Our Town rushed up for the burial
. Now it's another Richmond Heights couple who's agreeingto

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SaturdayLocated STUFF AND,,'SUCH: Alpha Gamma chapter of Eta phi Beta
sorority and its guests will sashay in their,.f worst' social finery
/ April 4 when their 'Hobo Dance' is spotlighted in Bay-
/ Located at NW 32nd Avenue front Park audit's Rainbow Room from 10 to 2. Prizes will be '
and 71st Street offered to the 'best dressed' or original-looking male and fe.
/ male hoboes. Shirley Turnquest and James Randolph were
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1968 winners A lot of 'sky-larking' is expected to take place
among the cuties and their beaux,of the frolicking hoboes.
E U PI 3D I 1ST E 8 You Just gotta be there!

SCRATCH MY BACK: The Pollock family lost their mother
Mrs Bessie Pollock last Friday when a fall from an apart
ment building broke her arms, leg and neck. Sympathy .
Shifting in 2nd Gear: Former Kelsey L. Pharr elementarySixth
million dollar warehouse Grade teacher John McKenney now Coordinator of So-
cial Studies for Dade County . The Andrew(Thelma) Rob 4,
insons Jr hosted a surprise birthday blast last Tuesday eve '
(Mar 17)) at their home for Thelma's mommy Mrs Hannah Mitchell ;
. The Rev. Kenneth Majorassistant priest at Churchof
Incarnation has been elected to replace Fr A. Tyrell Dear '
as vicar of that cathedral. Fr Major is expected to be offic-
ially in charge around April 15.

Y' SWEETS' TREATS: Pretty Paulette Gabriel home'Spring
: ';'\ 1'f.:"',' vacation from Atlanta's Spelman College for a week, brought
'- It" three senorita amlgos down with her to houseguest. Yvonne '
: Marzett of Gramblin, La, KathyGeter of Bridgeport,Conn and
t V'? Josephine Reed of Atlanta were the lucky trio of college d
: cuties. Mom and dad Robert and Hazel Gabriel played host
and hostess . Willie and Laura Graham had their Glade-
view home burglarized last week while the couple was visiting
in Willie's hometown of Tallahassee. The Grahams were
scheduled to arrive home on Monday. The burglar ? ? ? He
was apprehended!

CONFIDENTIALLY YOURS: Add March Birthdays: Arnett
Franks 19th. . Arthur Alfred, Sarah McRae, Joyce Johnson
save 20 % to 50 % 20th . Robert E. Jones, Jamie Wilson, Cassandra Law
rence, Rosalyn Williams 21st . Addie Pierce, Velma I
George, Gerline Fields, Frances McNeil, Althea Green,Gwen
Johnson 22nd . Joseph Pieze, Joyce Johnson, Mary Till- !
man, Francena Thomas, Jessie Gay 23rd ... Jennie Roberts,
Dorothy Baldwin Florrie Woodard Barbara
Finley, Mary
famous make furniture rugs and carpets Hence 24th . Helen! Johnson, Noel Cobb 25th . Richard
Dennis, Louise Woods 27th. . Mamie Dorsey 28th . Ruth
Copeland, William Brown, John.Charles Thomas 30th . .
bedding sporting goods {:F : Marcia Martin 31st. . That's it brother, from your one-
man-newspaper who knows everybody and everybody's racket
..,. ,d' f, but ,who is allways giving some poor sucker a break!.
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,-. -" -" ''''-'.......-, -,--. - -"-'.' -' ""-.,'''''-","-o< Jazz Festival At MarineThe Stadium April 12th I

A'ddR . .. All proceeds of the
534-9360 at All. I
and at
I l All-A merican Jazz Basie's combo. weekdays, weekends. America Jazz Festival will be
On 'Musical' Arts 'I I Festival at the City of Miami The combination clicked, night Mail and orders on can be sent to donated to the Children's Center
L ., Marine Stadium, April 12,will and the members decided to 2023, Miami Beach, a Miami school for emo-
By ADLINE PONTIPHFLET bring one of the nation's hot- remain together as a perma- P.O. Box tionally disturbed children.
-- -- -- ----- -- -- nent Their early regu- 33140.
test new jazz bands to the group.
"Musical training isa, more formal training was concerned. Magic City. lar appearances at the Village OOH'l MISS! Mitt MIAMIAiAHOWING;
potent instrument than any In no time at all, it was The Thad Jones-Mel Lewis Vanguard, in New York, and
I other, because rhythm and quite evident that the talent' Orchestra' was formed, in subsequent records have helped e t e 131 H.t. IStn ST.. MIAMI.
harmony find their way into potential was there and 1966, on' a temporary basisas catapult the group into the D..r.Opew Ample Porting lodey .e 7j/a p|]M|.
the inward places of the soul." that one small twist of the key a rehearsal group. It includes national limelight quickly. >1 EXCITING HITS FOR ADULTS!
would open the door to a new 17 talented Jazzmen, The Jones-Lewis Orchestrawill
world of enchantment for her. including Lewis, a former be featured with headliners | Don't miss the . IPIuilSpicyl AIIMe
And thus a new voice was drummer with the Stan Kenton Stan Kenton and the Herbie "ORGY GIRLS HOUSEWIVES FROitCS1OF
launched. Orchestra, and Jones, who Mann Quintet. Songstress 1989 ON CALL In color
The studio is interested in played the trumpet in Count Sheila McRae will again ap- MADMITHDIPH
exploiting all the phases of a pear as hostess for the Jazz POSmVIlY NO ONIUNPtK

new talent, therefore it was everyone to please be happy Festival and will entertain as .E A1 I !LLL'jnI
intimated that piano lessons and love one another. well.Tickets 949 9401.
would provide a stiffening in Next week, Miss Valda Cole. for the event, scal- THE HOTTEST SHOW IN TOWN OPN ;00 pm
the security of her musical Please listen to Blanche ed at $5, $3.50 and $2.50, can e MIDNITE SHOW EVERY NIGHT. PLUS! I
fa exactitude. This has proven Calloway's "Progress Re- be purchased Jefferson Comedy Star o! "LADY IN CEMENT" On Screen
J .. it's salts and thus a new skill port" March 31, 7:55 a.m., stores in Dade and Broward PAULY DASH lit Run
". was launched."I 1:55 p.m. and 10:55 p.m. She Counties, and at the City of with MIA GARDNER GIRLIE
; wish I could share the will be interviewing our guest Miami Marine Stadium ticket
FEATURE
1 CIEUTO UNDO
Ii".v .. t j great love I have for my mu- personality Miss Karen Bul- office. featuring gorgeous
'l .. sic," said she. "I don't see lard, also Miss Pamela Moore Telephone orders are ac- ADUITS ONU HIWIWS MM.1MMI
l.t! how I could function withoutit. cepted at 377-5031 during
_""'_.1# .1 .t...'011.."_r ." and yours truly.
The above quotation would -
One has to know Karen to
serve well to introduce our
next guest member for this feel the radiation of her joy. GRAND OPENING!" GRAND OPENING//
week, Miss Karen Lynda Bul- Miss Bullard will presenther
lard, daughter of Mrs. WU- first solo(s) in a duo arrangement -
helmina Parks, residing at with Reverend Vin- COUNT DOWN AND BLAST OFF WITH THE SP AC ES ETT E RS, A DYNAMIC
1243 NW 42nd Street here in cent DeMeo in the forthcoming -
FOR THEIR DEDICATION TO
WELL-KNOWN
Miami. concert presented by the ORGANIZATION OF YOUNG MEN,

Karen Is a young lady of members of the PerformingArts COMMUNITY AND POLITICAL SERVICE.
of the Paul La
Society
many in talents, being interested Pierre School of Musical Arts, THEY ARE VERY PROUD TO ANNOUNCE THEOPENING
nearly everything per-
Sunday afternoon, June 15
taining to personal betterment -
at the Fontainebleau Hotel. ,
Her activities occupy
her with various social clubsto Since the affair is invitational, GRAND
invitations available
are only
the cultivation of a rare
musical talent. It would be through the intercession of OF THEIR FABULOUS
anyone of our members or
quite exact to say that Miss
Bullard understands the seri- studio patrons. :.? :
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ouness of her commitmentwith This column is presentedeach . : .
< 'to. J E ,
the society, (based on week, a guest society '\' 0 .
past, performance) and the member who will be most 1..
goals for which it stands. happy to accommodate you in .
Upon entering our school any way possible towards your t rttnr
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some half-year ago,Karen had presence in our midst. <'!F-\OUNGJi* ;

very little to offer insofar as Miss Bullard and I wish [kta0 iA ,; t..fl; rII A WAY


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ANGIE DICKINSONaslaue Back row left.to right: Ira Maxwell, Levon Smiley, John H. Wilson (president), Gus Williams
(Chaplain), John Murphy, Johnnie Simmons, Aaron Davis (parliamentarian).
Written by WILLIAM NORTON Directed by ARNOLD IMN
Produced by JULES LEVY ARTHUR GARDNER ARNOLD LAVEN Unstod Arttstsi; Front row left to right: (seated) Clarence Cooper (vice president), James Boyd (treasurer),
|M|"n"_"*' "" -ii- COLOR DiDeUie fV.rrwrr.a Caow.unn Thomas Cherry, Henry Pride, Andrew Johnson (secretary), John Hoslin (business manager).

SPECIAL ADDED ATTRACTION! Not shown: Samuel Lewis.

Delicious foods served from the Galley, prepared by James Youngblood.

Your favoritebeverages at moderate prices designed put you |in orbit.
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Music to lift-off and dance to, by Maxie Newbold and the Crew. Meet

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I I Spacesetters Open Jet-Away LoungeAfter I .

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a lot of hard workand The grand opening of this tions.A and worked diligently attain . .
determination The Spacesetters fabulous establishment is few years ago, they .decided their goals. ;I ....
Inc. finally succeeded in Thursday, April 3 at 10 p.m. to hold in reserve some Members of this organization :, ,. :f;
attaining a business establish Don't miss it I III 1 of these funds and organize a are: John H. Wilson, \' .:
ment that is a rarity: A night The Spacesetters Inc, isan club for the main purpose of president; Clarence Cooper, i\! ;""
club with liquor license, res- organization that began as a becoming business men.At vice president; AndrewJ. ., Ali s
taurant, 'and package ,store "Help.Your'Buddy" club. For ,this time many people felt that Johnson secretary; James L1.; .l. 1 BY DAVE' BONDU
owned and operated by Space- several years this dynamic, this group 'could not be suc- Boyd, treasurer; John Hos-
setters, Inc. 'This establish- group of) young' Negro men cessful; in their endeavors. kins, business manager; .::.i;',,,
ment, The Jet-Away Bar and helped a buddy by pooling a few These men were determined to Aaron Davis, parliamentarian -
Lounge is located at 2724 NW dollars each payday to bridgethe prove that the people were ; Gus Williams, chaplin; Just recently a milkman was slain In our area, and we all
36th Street (formerly knownas financial gap that some- wrong. They organized them- Thomas Cherry, Samuel regret this incident very much. It is hard to understand why it
Club 500 and Johnny's 88)). times occur because of vaca- selves and obtained a charter Lewis, Ira Maxwell, John happened because it is hard to understand why anyone would
Murphy, Henry Pride, Levon take a life. And the question that follows Is "what could they
Smiley and Johnnie Simmons. gain"? A few pennies? A few dollars? Well, maybe. When
Maintaining a business es- human life becomes ofno value to the slayer, does he just think
tablishment was not their sole "r m going so I Just as well take someone with me?" What can
interest. They were also con- be the sense of the whole thing?
cerned about the politicianswho
represent the people on A few months ago, a young man who was going to night
all levels of government.They school stopped for a red light,and three young men surrounded -
devised a plan called his car and one shot him through the head. He died, and
"Operation Lend A Hand." when one of the fellows talked he said, "I didn't know they
This plan was, and still is uti- were going to shoot him. We just wanted his money. And we
Y lized to support the candidateof still didn't get any."

their choice. They became
door- What is the answer? Companies that need delivery men. .
precinct workers, rang
bells, persuaded people to white or black . to give service in our areas cannot find
c- ;nai register and vote, distributed help because they are afraid to come into our neighborhood.
I remember a time when milk was delivered to the door;breadgrocery
literature talks
gave ,par-
i ticiapted in motorcades and stores delivered, dry cleaners, and many other ser-
vices that the housewife with small children and no transpor-
transported people all day to
tation could take advantage of, but not any more.
,a,:> l uu the polls.
Some of the politicians,who The black men will not apply for these jobs . the white
benefitted from their (Space- men who do are merely trying to support themselves and their
setters services were: Com- families. The bus drivers and the cab drivers all take their
r missioners Athalie Range and lives in theirown hands when they leave home In the morning
4N Earl Carroll, Mayor Steve because they have no Idea when they will be robbed or killed.
Clark, ex-governor Leroy There was a time when the policeman was the one who had the
Collins, Joe Kershaw and most dangerous job because he was apprehending and searching -
e M many more. out criminals, but not anymore. Some of the delivery men
The Spacesetters are grateful who stay on the job in these areas have dogs with them and
r r. to everyone who has sup- need all the and
now carry guns. They protection they can get,
'r" ported them and hope that they they should not have to make collections. should be a known
We know how it is. You think of
will continue to do so. They'llbe ,
fact that they do not carry any money,and make no collections.
this whisky as something special. looking forward to seeing Maybe this would help to stop some of this senseless killing.
So you drink it sparingly.1 you opening night, and hope The bus drivers should be given script or other such methodof
I Maybe 2 or 3 holidays a year. that the Jet-Away will becomea making change, etc. If any of you.have any ideas on how
\ But if you had the good taste to buy "habit" with you, your these things can be done, write me, and I will get your ideasto
Wi it in the first place, why deny yourself? friends and neighbors. the proper people. This is your city and mine. . let's do

., Try Crown Royal on a day you what we can to help make it a good city;

", don have off. You deserve it. '
c" ;. QUICK NOTE DEPARTMENT: We should'a'll be very proudof
a Y Lt. Leroy Smith of our City 6f Miami'.Police: Department. 1'
Seagram's 'Crown Royal is sdgood Of the 39! candidates who took the exam for police chief, the
4 e Lt./was the only Negro. 25 persons passed.the exam and 14, '
hate to drink it. failed Of the 25 who passed, Lt. Smith ranked 16th. . Nationwide ,
";M you t2T . and of the 12 candidates from Miami, he ranked
seventh. He received a very nice letter of congratulations from
But if don't what good is it? .
you ; the International Association of Chiefs of Police,and still re-
w tains his post as a community relations specialist assignedto

I the City Manager's office...The members of the Gardenia
Seagram' Crown Royal-The legendary Canadian in the purple tack Circle ar e .having their annual palm Sunday Tea from 4-6
Blended Canadian Whisky 80 Proof. Seagram Distiller Co., N.Y.C. .iff. )
; "'. p.m. Sunday, March 30 at the Police Benevolent Hall, 4343
i1. J.f'.: NW 17th Avenue Everybody is cordially Invited to attend. '


iImjArmy J' ; Ellie Esser, manager of publicrelations for Eastern Steam-
/ NOPI SHOWING : ship Lines, Inc., really keeps busy.She has just sent out a nice
, ----_._,-- letter on the S. S, New Bahama Star. It has been completely
Private Theodore An- redecorated and from what the letter says, it Is the ship to r
thony Richardson, son of Mrs. "go on". I have to go and see for myself, because it was always -
Hycinth Scavella, 1842 NW 7th a beautiful boat to me. They also have the luxurious x
Ave., Miami, enlisted in the Ariadne as one of their floating hotels.Cruise to Nassau and/ '
e a ,ng regular army on March 18. or Freeport on your next trip via the Bahama Star or the ArlI '
f Private Richardson is I adne, and come back and tell me what ball'you had. . May-
presently attending basic me loves both of those ships and always says, "go Eastern,
V Vc Vr combat training at Fort Jack-, by durn". She does not fly-a-tall.Sez if she was meant to fly,
wr G 'r i son, South Carolina, Uponcompletion ':,'She would have wings. Tickets are selling like "hot cakes"
c of basic training, for Jacques' Dressmaker's Dream fashion show at the Knight
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Pvt. Richardson will go to Fort Beat Easter Sunday . We hope:thai Kenneth E. Fox becomes '
Sam Houston, Texas for his our Police Chief. He passed the exam with, flying colors, and
choice of training in medical we think he is the man for,the job. A real nice guy.-That is it ,y
care and treatment, which he for this week. Till the next one LIVE LIFE EVERY GOLDEN
chose before enlistment. MINUTE OF IT. PEACE!, :.., '
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By Garth C. Reeves, Jr. -
Congratulations to the winners of the Advertising Club
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Essay contest. They are: first place, dive Bridges, senior;

THE PSYCHEDELIC BAG: second place: Rosilyn Holmes, Junior; third place, Beatrice
Last Thursday night, nine young men came on stage at Mi- Mclver, junior; honorable mention was awarded to: Fred Williams -
ami Beach auditorium. Before any songs were sung and music senior and Sarah Johnson, senior.

played, one guy walked up to the microphone and said "We have Mr. Bridges, his parents, teacher, and Mr. Cohen will at-
nothing to expose but our music." The young man was a mem- tend a banquet at the Dupont plaza Wednesday evening, when
ber of the jazz rock group called Sweat and Tears." he will receive his award. Awards will be given to the other
The statement itself brought a roaring sound applause from winners at awards day assemblies. '
the young audience who were showing their appreciation.From The Social Studies Senate team debated against three other
then on out, the audience was hypnotized by the amaz- high schools Saturday In the Social Studies Preliminary Debates -

ing nine young men who were very vital and diverse. The girls affirmative team defeated Coral Gables negative
The Blood Sweat and Tears presently have out a very suc- team and the boys negative team defeated Coral Gables
cessful album by the same name.The group vaulted to national affirmative team. Our debaters, all amateurs were Beatrice
popularity a couple of years ago with lead singer and organistAl Horton, Audrey Anderson, Clyde McNeil and Isiah Duggins.
Hooper. Al has since left the groupand the singing is pre- The Bulls won the Edison Invitational track meet with the
sently done by David Clayton Thomas,the voice heard on their run-away score of 145 to second place Winter Haven's 70
last two hit singles "Spinning Wheel"and"You Made Me So points.
Very Happy." This weeks sports activities Include: March 27, swimmingat
Thomas has a very strong voice with excellent carriage. Miami Military and baseball Coral park.
Although Thomas is the only member of the group who doesn't The track team will participate, Saturday in the Florida
play an instrument, he banged gongs and tappeda little silver relays in Gainsville.
triangle four different times Thursday night to bring the kids ,.
I' ovation each ,_. .
to a standing time. -- ".,}" -
Bass player Jim Fielder is the coolest I've seen. He stands Sod Site 01 the week
erect and doesn't move a muscle while he masterfully fingersthe

strings. b
Solo trumpeter Lew Soloff has unbelievable range as heardin This week's soul sister is Deborah Tereina storr, a r,
the hit single "Spinning Wheel" At one pont in the show Junior at Miami Northwestern High School. Deborah '
everything that Thomas did with his flexible voice, Soloff did is presently a House of Photography model and secre r.I r.
with his horn.Saxophonist. and photography.,
tary. Her hobbies are music, sports i
Fred Ltpsius was superb drummer Bobby I
Colomby and organist Dick Halligan were both excellent]The
other talented members of the group Steve Katz, Chuck
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Winfield and Jerry Hyman added to the sound making It as
beautiful as it came out.
The group received a ten minute standing ovation in the
'ft tA Map
darkness of the auditorium after lights were out and the stage $

cleared.
Digging the show were Karen McRae, Wesley Wade,Roslyn ' Jackson ''.
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Smith, Julius Wade and Beverly Parks. '
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Thirty thousand adults and teenagers turned: out to the :'

'Orange Bowl Sunday afternoon for a rally protesting the
"Doors" concert March 1, at Dinner Key Auditorium. 'By ARNETTA WILLIAMS

Some famous personalities at the rally were Jackie Gleason
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and the "Lettermen" who gave a short performance.
Decency' Day was very successful and It let people know FEATURING A JACKSONITE
what the kids'in Miami are really like.
*' * * * * * ** DAISY EVANS: Daisy is a junior at MJHS and has spent two

AT THE SET SCENE: years here. Presently a member of Jr. MissDaisy is a pro-
Girl Scout Troop 409 of Tropical Florida presented Its spective member of our Color Guard and believes"you shoulddo
first annual Spring Ball Saturday night, March 22,at the Bond- unto others as you would have them do unto you." At the
ed Rental Agency the theme was"Reflections." The queen for age of 16, she likes the type of boy that is totally understanding -

the year of 1969-70 is Vernetta King, a senior at Miami Edi- kind, generous, and fun to be with.In .
son. First place went to Debra Jones a sophomore at Miami the best interest of Easter, over 250 Jacksonites partici- EDISON SENIOR AWARDED
Edison, second place went to Yvonne Merine a sophomore at pated in the Easter Seal Drive to help cripple children in the
Miami Northwestern, and third place went to Juanita Reaves, Greater Miami area and all over the world. Anchor and Key SCHOLARSHIPAndresa
(, a sophomore at Miami Jackson.. service clubs won the awards for raising the most money and
r George Harrington won the Individual award for raising 8442. Maria Davis, a senior at Edison High was awardeda
{ Some of the swingers at the,ball were: Sharon Dyes, Gail Jackson's track team tied with Coral Gables in the invita- four-year full-tuition scholarship of $4,000 payable in four

Coachman, Diane Dyes, Terrence Griffin, Yvonne Merine, tional meet they sponsor at Dade North and ended with a scoreof annual installments by Spelman College. This scholarship is
Frank Watts, Myrtle Cowart, Herman Bannlster,Val Jane Col- 102102. Outstanding members were recognized on the awarded to students with outstanding scholarship and citi-

lington, Daughtry, and Vernon Ford Florida state track honor roll.Among,pur runners to receive ,zenship who score high on the college entrance examination.
The girls of the troop would like to thank their.leaders Miss Davis is the
such recognitionl were Amos Mechanic,.Joe .Wirns, Roy Williams a member of the National Honor Society,
Miss E. Jones, Mrs. A. Powell and Mrs. M. Fields. They' '. ,,.Harold.'Williams, Wellington Woods Marty Rawls Modern Miss Club, and the Jack and Jill Club. She is a Girl
,
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leave for Jamaica on Saf J'day. 10... ) Scout and treasurer Silver
is
.. ''J.*{ .'?. John Manning'Donald; Kerr. of the Opt i-Miss Club. She a
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AROUND TOWN r "\ *.*: Sr. Mixed Chorus will travel to Hollywood to participate in Knight nominee and has been selected a debutante by the Delta
:: ? the state convention Sigma Theta Sorority. She has also been selected a memberof
town May 1-3. Piano soloist Elaine Delany and
I'' Gary Range driving. around in his new 1969 Opel Ca-
dette. ** vocalists Mattie Bostic, Richard Taylor, Junita Deshazior, Who's Who Among High School Students.
received superior ratings In their performances. Andresa is the daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Andrew C. Davisof
Earlynn Edwards home from school with a house load.
4, Eddie Jackson and Liz Camara participated inandreceived 272 NW 46th St. She plans to enroll as a pre-med studentat
Brother Buster, all grins., ,
Spelman in the fall.Northwestern.
outstandingacting
Dwain "Twinkle" Vaughns, Nat's little brother, leaning In awards at the'state dramatic festival.
j the duce and a quarter Visionettes sponsored a party in reference to the reactivation -
| Cleo Jollivette home after a three day stay in Kendall's of Vision Interest Club. That affair was a great success
1) Dominican Retreat Home. along with a semi-formal dance sponsored by Jr. Miss the Student To Gets
same night.

,*'*,* * * * * * * "It's your thing" was the theme of a talent show sponsored Commendation ScrollSeven

Until later, do your own thing. by MJHS' marching band. A number of guests were includedand
the show consisted of vocal, comedy and dance acts. Dade County young- Miami Springs Senior High
sters will be honored by re- School where she not only has
.. .. .
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from the Dade County Youth In office, but
the
guidance
I 1 Top. Consultants In FAMU Press Workshopprofessor Advisory Board during the has distinguished herself academically -

April 1 Metro Commission by placing in the top

TALLAHASSEE The 19th Consultants scheduled to of English educa- tinel-Star. meeting. ten per cent of her class.
Annual Florida A&M Unlver- appear on program Include tion at Florida State 'University The scrolls are given to Bertram, 14, attends the

: Ity (FA MU) Interscholastic Clarence Hunter, associate and author of several Jour- Other consultants will be have deserving i young people who ninth grade at Miami North-
displayed
:; Press Workshop will feature director of the Washington nalism textbooks. Samuel Adams character, western High School. His ma-
; a faculty of top consultants in Center of Journalism; Frank Also serving as consultantswill St. Petersburg, staff Times writer, bravery fairness, humility, leadership, jor interest is in Boy Scout
the field of mass communications Adams, Frederick Douglas be Al Levine, sports staff Chitwood, sports writer; Jim their and steadfastness in activities and his duties as an
Tal- activities, or personal leader -
April 3-5. Fellowships in Journalism; writer, The Miami News; Roy lahassee Democrat assistant senior patrol
; ; Mrs. Inez commitment to *
other other
J The theme for the workshop we I s sin g e r, news editor, Kaiser, Inez Kaiser and As- qualities. admirable Some of Bertram's
i will be "The Challenges of Dr. Armstead Pride, chair- WCTV-Channel 6; Jim Purks, sociates; Mrs. Mar jorie projects are teaching swim-
Cash
] Careers in the Media of Mass man, department of jour-' staff writer for theAssociatedPress publication advisor Among those honored by ming at the YMCA, donating

J Communications." Sessions nalism, Lincoln University; ; Bill Montgomery,staff Nancy Nlckelberry ; Miss Diane commendations are Deborah books to Florida MemorialLibrary
assistant Deaver
I will be held ,for both high Howard Kleinberg, managing writer, Tallahassee Democrat production coordinator Miami 601 DeLeon Dr. and active member-
editor The Miami News and and Mitchell FSU Springs, and Bertram ship in the Boys Counselorsand
j school newspaper and .yearbook E. B. supervisor and Norman Jones Dean
Norman Jr.
1042
Tech-
NW 48th
J journalists. Dr. Laurence R. Campbell, of photo labs, Orlando Sen- E. Jones Agency St. Junior Engineering
j Deborah, 17, is a senior at nical Society.

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NAACP Pushes UN DELEGATE KOONTZ CITES NATION'S 'COMMITMENT I I



Drive For Lower TO EDUCATION FOR ALL
WASHINGTON In a.recent -
speech before the Commission E @
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about 12 percent of the population -
on the Status of Wo-
However, the educationand
men at the United Nations L13s
Vote ,
Age Mrs. Elizabeth Duncan training of those still liv-
ing in poverty are part of ourNation's
Koontz director of
the wo- $Ftt commitment to pro-
NEW YORK- Urging sup. Senator Edward Brooke has men's bureau, stressed this vide citizen the opportunity
port of the National Youth nation's every -
endorsed the conference. In commitment to "a
to realize and utilize
Mobilization Conference In his statement James Brown, good education for every citizen his full potential."
Washington, April 21-22, Jr., director of the NAACP ." %
NAACP Executive Director youth and college division,the Mrs. Koontz was appointedby : She went on to state that
Roy Wilkins this week cited Massachusetts Republican President Nixon to serveas more than a million unemployed -
the Association's long historyof said: "I have long been in a delegate to the 22nd ses- and underemployed work-
working for an enlarged favor of legislation to lower sion of the Commission, a ers have been enrolled in
electorate. the voting age to 18. Young part of the Economic and So- training projects under the
"Throughout its 60-year people in America today have cial Council of the United Manpower Development and

history, the NAACP has con- vast responsibilities In most Nations.M Training Act (MDTA),and that
sistently worked for expan- states they are held legally r s. Koontz, an educatorfor the Vocational Education Acts
sion of the vote, he said. responsible for purposes of many years prior to her of 1963 and 1968 "have open-
"Young people, 18 years of contracts and before courts of appointment to the women's ed the door to improved work
age, now have virtually full law. . They are In a position bureau, stated: preparation for millions of
legal liability in all of the "Our President has called
to Inject new ideas and a new n young people and to better opportunities -
states. It is difficult to see how spirit of participation in our for excellence in educationand hYI for part-time
in all justice they can be denied government and economy. we look forward to ex- 4. training of adults seeking to
their manifest wish to joinin "My best wishes are with panding educational facilities, I update their skills."
settling the burning issuesof the members of this confer- to opening new opportunities 1
the day at the ballot box," ence in their endeavors." for teacher training and to developing Women and girls have com-
he added. Delegates attending the con- new techniques in prised two out of five enrol-
,The NAACP Youth and Col- ference are expected to con- education. Above all, we are I lees in institutional programsand
lege Division is rallying the tact members of Congress in committed to making the finest one out of three in on-the-
conference in the Nation's person, and to participate in education possible avail- job training since the start of
Capital to bring together at a series of seminars and able equally to people of all : MDTA, and 54 percent of the
least 2,500 youths from across meetings to be addressed by social and economic levels UNITED1 STATESMRS. seven million enrolled in Fed-
the nation to present a strong experienced legislative rep- black, brown, yellow, red and erally-aided vocational pro-
voice in favor of lowering the resentatives and by congres- white, men and women. We grams in 1967.Summing .
voting age from 21 to 18 years. sional leaders want equally good schools in ELIZABETH DUNCAN KOONTZ
rural areas and urban cent- up, Mrs. Koontz
ers, :in the Inner city and in "Too many parents, teach- these subjects." She stressedthe observed, "If my country
Church Urban
Begins affluent suburbs." ers and even counselors hold need for counseling before seems preoccupied with education -
I Citing gains made in the to the outmoded idea thatsub- a girl enters high school. it is because weare
Renewal Housing ComplexLon numbers of women obtaining jects like mathematics and Emphasizing this nation's preoccupied with the future.
bachelor's and advanced de- science are too difficult for commitment to provide more We are convinced that the

Worth Crow Co. has pastor, reports the initial gress, Mrs. Koontz pointedout girls especially and they and bet t e r education for the equality and quantity of its
received a $710,000 commit- capital and land for the pro- the need for changes in attitude maintain, that since most girls disadvantaged, Mrs. Koontz education is central to the pro-
ment from the Federal Hous- ject is being provided by the toward the education of destined tomarrythey said: "Poverty in the United gress of a people toward peace
ing Administration on a pro- City of Fort Lauderdale women. will not need a knowledge of States has been reduced to and prosperity."

posed 60-unit apartment com- through its housing and relo-
plex, the New Mt. Olive Bap- cation office.
tist Garden in
Apartments The apartments will con-
Fort Lauderdale tain two, three and four bed- I

the The proposed non-profit'60-unit sponsor complex of rooms. and will be unfurnished. Andy Stanfield: from Olympics to computer* * lff >VJI L < 1
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1969 with running, or a hard day of running the that Coke somehow makes things go

computer school, Andy has always better. Meter after meter,day after day.
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Community Survey For Famill,, .

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The Family Planning Program of the Urban League, recently For example, frequently the location of existing facilities 1
established at 4638 NW 27th A venue is now proceeding with are not convenient to the people who need them. Such services
the implementation of the next step in the program's develop- need to be located and open at hours which are of the best pos- r .

ment. sible convenience for their potential clients. It is also known
Mrs Evelyn Wright, Program Director, announced the hir- that few low-income families know how and where to secure
ing of interviewer aides who will do a community-wide sur- family planning services.

vey for the purpose of assessing the quality of existing ser- When the facts of our local situation are known, we will be i A
vices and to identify needs for expansion of services,also to able to implement the follow-up steps, which include large \
identify those reasons that may exist to hinder the usage of scale development of personalized, informational and educa- t t
present services by the people that could most benefit from tional activities among the community and community organi- I \ Lt
them. zation to improve! the organization and delivery family plan- i
This study is part of the over-all goal of the program. ning servicesincluding the quality and quantity of these and _
Family Planning can be an Important factor in Improving a related services.
family's chances for breaking out of the vicious cycle of pov- The interviewer aides will be talking to new mothers, un-
erty and dependence. Home and family life is strengthenedwhen married girls and young married women. M1i
parents are enabled to determine whether and when to The new aides are Mrs. Marjorie Snyder, former Urban c R"Y i
have children. League board member and civic worker; Mrs Beulah Mc- t I Ie
Mrs. Wright, in talking about the program's goals, said, Collum, former president of the ADC Mothers Club and very .
"We will seek to bring low-income families together with active in other community oriented efforts; Mrs. Martina
family planning services In order to help them realize their Grimes, a former Neighborhood Youth Corps Worker, and i
aspirations for fewer and better spaced births and, thus, to quite interested in all aspects of community work. cAt
manage their lives better," Mrs. Wright said, "All three of our Interviewer aides have
The community survey will seek to establish the type of information had previous experience in interviewing and working with i
that will help improve the quality of local service.To people. They all are residents of the 'Target Area''.
the end of the day, Eddie Wallace, LEAP electrical ap-
prentice, checks in his equipment. ,


Urban League And Urban L.E.A.P. Apprentice



Renewal Join Forces For N.D.P.

Chooses "Electrician'sHat"

The Urban League of Grater Miami has received a grant neighborhood development."

from the Dade Department of Housing and Urban Developmentfor It is the goal of the Community Organization Division to
the of coordinating and supervising the planning,
purpose
work toward developing adequate community leadership to the
developing and executing of programs of community organization end that continuing citizen involvement may be effective in
and of the total urban development
as part
neighborhood planning -
maintaining achieved values. The Division shall assure that
The neighborhood development areas in "A man's home is wherehe man to learn the practical
which the Urban program.League will implement these activities are plans and programs are developed in the renewal neighbor- hangs his hat," a familiar pect of his craft for a full
hood and in the city as whole, which will meet the social, as
Central Miami, Coconut Grove and Coral Gables. phrase, well thats what the eight-hour day, while earningan
well as the physical needs of the community. The staff will
The Importance and necessity of citizens' participation in bright smile expresses on average of $2.50 an hour
neighborhood renewal programs has been adequately estab- provide the necessary professional assistance to community Eddie Wallace's face. ,with regular raises. He must
groups now functioning In each area, establishing links withcommunity ,
high classes
lished --in Dade County and elsewhere. After completing attend apprenticeship
.
Mr. Jimmie Whipple, Urbaii League staff member,formerly. groups, agencies, organizations and individuals to school at Northwestern, hiS' once, or twice each week to
Involve these and Individuals in urban
development
assigned to Community Leadership Development,'has been groups military obligation with the 1 ear n'the technology of his
that will benefit the black community as a whole.
named coordinator for the project. Mr. Whipple said, "our programs U. S. Army and shifting from trade There are other great'
staff has the responsibility to organize advisory councils and On the staff with Mr. Whipple are Urban League staff mem- one dead end Job to another, fringe benefits such as,health "
mass public meetings for Urban Renewal and to work toward bers, Miss Margaret Brown and Mr.James B, Pierce. New to Eddie decided that he neededa and welfare Insurance, vacation 4
bringing about changes in the urgent problems that effect black Urban League and assigned to this project is Mr. Freddie Job with a future to supporthis retirement plans and in
people. We will use such methods as neighborhood and block Boe, formerly housing specialist with EOPI. family. A friend of his referred some cases draft deferments.

groups, individual contacts, 'town-hall' meetings,and others, The project calls for eight community aides to be hired to him to LEAP (Labor Veterans are eligible to col-
to encourage the participation of citizens in the planning of work as organizers in the neighborhood development areas. Education Advancement Pro- lect their benefits in most
gram), cases while participating in
At LEAP Jennings,Director apprenticeship programs.The
Raiford Named Youth and Hubert Traxel, associate Urban League of Greater Miami
Program To Train director Interviewed and and the Miami Building
counseled Eddie on the opportunities Trades Council AFL-CIO
I Opportunities Program of apprenticeship urges all young men 18 to 25
through LEAP. years old (credit for service
Black Economics Eddie participated in the time is given) and holds a High

Coordinator. LEAP prepping sessions and school diploma or GED to stop
alleviate the severe elsewhere- to gain admissionto qualified for the Electrical in at the LEAP office and takea
shortage of black economistsin the graduate school of their 1"'j. High Community School and Apprenticeship Program. He look into a future career as
this country--according to choice. .. ' physical Education teacher is now working for Lowery a carpenter, electrical worker -
estimates there are only about t\1 'oi ,;': and basketball coach at Electric as an electrician ironworker,'lather, painter -
74 with a Ph.D. degree in the The program is considered '.:c' J/1.il IIr .t .i .,.. Carver High School. helper and looking forward to pipefitter, plumber, roofer -
United States -- a new, inno- unique In' the sense that it is ,:. .;,. ..."..,."':''.( ',., Raiford has had extensive September, when he will enter ,sheet metal worker,
vative training program has believed to be the first to have' \> lr" .. experience working with youth his formal apprenticeship sprinkler fitter,plasterer,

been launched at Washington carefully defined depart : j. ;. groups and was the director of training with Local #349. bricklayer or cement mason.
University, it was announcedby mental ties and to be tailored ,.:,. ; Transportation for Economic Apprentices learn while Stop in at 1112 NW 62nd St.
Chancellor Thomas H. specifically to educating stu- : .. .".. \' .j\1. Opportunity Program, Inc.for they earn.They are put on construction or call 758-5551 between the

Eliot dents in a particular disci- !it/: ;/' ; ;..,.... .!./ the first Summer Youth Opportunity Jobs with a journey- hours of 9 a.m.. to 7 p.m.
pline, economics.The ) ''' Program in 1967.

Under the plan, ten black ..," .;.-...:...P-.. .. . .. .. .. .. ..... ..........-.....-.... .-,
college Juniors will be offer- number of black stu- g mnum1ii@jf.Ji.Ui1Hii; ;; %$??& .
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ed stipends of $500 plus room dents concentrating on eco- : 8WHI >
board, and travel expenses at nomics is small, largely because # '
Washington University this of two reasons: (1)) few ill l'If:1fiiiiimi!
ROLAND RAIFORD i flowers for
summer to prepare for grad- black colleges offer a wide
uate study in economics. range of economics courses; County Manager P.W.Homer I '
(2) frequently they relate those has announced the appoint- I!l t all occasions J
Selected on a competitivebasis that are given directly to practical ment of Henry Roland Raiford ::;;:
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will
these students un- business applications rather as Dade County's Youth Opportunity :;;;:
dergo intensive training in than economics, per se. Program Coordina m.
economics from June 12 to Funeral :::::::::::
Weddings Designs j *
For this reason, Washington tor. m i:::::::;::: '
August 8 in the first phase of .
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University is not limiting can-
a comprehensive Economics Dade County is one of 50 Corsages :;:::::::;:;
didates for the Economics Internship '::::::::
Internship program. Program to those communities which is partici- 1 t 1 m ;;j f ,

Those who complete the with preparation in the field pating gram coordinated in the nationwide by pro-the ::1:;::1: lowed f :::;::::::: '
summer program successfully of economics,but is also seek-
will be awarded six units ing those whose training is in President's Council on Youth lill '

of credit, and will be consid- other areas, particularly Opportunity. I: :

ered for financial support for mathematics and the sciences. Raiford is presently the DI- ::*&: :;:::::::; Ii'1m '
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the summer of 1970, follow- rector of Youth Leadership ; k
l ;;f i
ing their senior year, and for Those interested in the pro- Training, a special projectof l1

graduate work in economicsat gram may write to the Direc- the United Fund being con- :.l. ;.1 .t'.;'111111,". I ,
Washington University. Di- tor of the Economics Intern ducted in the Model City area. ::693-3971 754-1888 1::::::;: "
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Professors Box 1208,
rectors of the program ship Program, j
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George McKenzie will also assist and request applications for and football coach at Coral I
F. wish admission. All forms must be Park Senior High School, assistant w.1-ri-1-1i $1' % '' 1 j jTHE
who topur-
students TillllwJrrl1l wi.1tifIIWi.itt: JS......:....:*.'' :.? r
director of the Carver
sue their study of economics completed by May 9,. . . . ,
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Florida's Governor Claude President James W. Matthewsand Gov. Kirk- who discussed s .
Kirk visited central head- board members David many of the urban-related L-
quarters of the Economic Opportunity Pemberton, FredHartnett, projects the state is involvedin -
Program, Inc. on Rev. E. J. Sheppard, Armando promised to return to EOPIIn
Friday, March 7, Gov. 'Kirk, LaCasa, Mrs. Elizabeth, 90 days for a progress report -
accompanied by James A.Bax, Virrick and Rev. S.A,Cousin. on the agency's continu-
director of the staff Office of Staff members attending included ing effort to alleviate poverty 1ir
Economic Opportunity, and Mrs. Marie S. Carl, in Dade Countv.
Steve Beasley, an aide to Mr. EOPI executive director; J. Mr. Bax noted following the ( "
Bax, toured EOPFs central of- Marvin Smith, special assIs- meeting that "this points up
fices while visiting; tant; Mrs. Betty Lou Barbieri, the good and cordial relations i1 (f .
The governor met for more Edison-Little River director ,
area EOPI and the governor's en- < r Y
; Mrs. Gracie Miller, Joy today. It wasn't always a
assistant director for trainingand that way, but since Mrs. Carl .._
w. ::1'1:> >
Brown & Son technical assistance; Mr. has become executive direc- NJtl'i1,'; Leo Fishman,assistant director tor we have enjoyed excellent
for program planning and "
relations with EOPI.
CARPENTRY AND evaluation; Mr. Paul Wyche, EOPI and the state Officeof Leon Leonard Virgie, Simmons 1
GENERAL REPAIRS Jr., director of public affairs; Economic Opportunity are "Volcanoes" "Study of Seashore Life"
FREE EATIMATES Mr. Philip Johnson, central already working on coopera-
area director; Mr. Edwyn E. tive projects in the urban field.
Lewis, Jr., assistant directorfor Public Affairs Director Paul G.W. Carver Jr. High Science Fair Winners ISouth |
CALL 154-8590 finance and
; Mr. James Wyche serves as the agency's
220 N.W. 50 TH Jackson, Manpower Programs liaison Florida Science Fair the
ST. to the governor's of- upper Jr division "Earth awarded a certificate for the
director. fice. secpnd place winners fromG. Science Volcanoes".
: project entitled "Reproduction -
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Virgie
Virgie Simmons of the lowerJr.
Third place
winners
of the
Simmons was also a recipient
division with the presen- lower junior division were of a third place ribbon, medal
tation,"Study of the SeashoreLife"
MAYS DRESSES Johnnie Mae Whitehead and and certificate from the
(tr and Leon Leonard's of Renita RossJohnnie Mae was marine aquarium society.



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sic, sewing, field trips and basic education courses.The Block
""< .t-.t.ii' < > < ..,.. .." ,' Clubs and other Neighborhood Improvement Organizations are
.,.K',, .'>....'" .. .t.i.... undertaking the problem of obtaining city water for the entire
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rf., .: ,f area. These groups will also be included In the various edu-
0 NEIGHBORHOOD 0 (, cational and social activities which will be offered to all inter
P ested residents of the Brownsville Area.

SERVICES P "t/ y\ The organizers Mrs. Elouise Kennedy and Mr.James Jack
f 1. son will be working jointly with Mr. Dyer toward organizing
WkV 8.( '1 < tenant leagues to secure better living conditions for all ten-
ants throughout the area. fr,Jackson is:.also working with the
SOUTH MIAMI NEIGHBORHOOD CENTERThe tixt youth group "The Undivided Youth" which recently held a carwash
to funds for the The Youth
project supply organization.
JRE Lee Elementary PTA president, Mrs. Margie
Scrivers, presented their complaints totheDadeCountySchoolBoard are offering assistance to the Welfare Rights Movement and
Wednesday, March 19.A report of personal findingwas 4ti many other programs which are designed to elevate poverty
given by Dr. Ben Sheppard,school board member and Don stricken families. Membership is opened to all youths resid-
Pierce, CTA representative of the existing conditions at Lee. r r N r+; r r ing in,the Brownsville area. In order to keep the public informed -
,p ,various activities and the in the
3 r of the progress
The list of priorities will be submitted to the district super-
intendent at a later date. Brownsville area, Mr. McDuffie has been appointed public
relations man along with his present role lathe neighborhoodcenter.
Mrs. Judith Jones has been appointed Community Organizerand
assistant to the area director for the South Miami area. .
This group of girls meet every Thursday afternoon at the
COCONUT GROVE CENTEROn Coconut Grove Center. They are being taught basic sewing by If you are a resident of the Brownsville area and have not
March 3 at Christ Episcopal Church In Coconut Grove, Mrs. Rosa Beard. become involved in your neighborhood center's activities but
a panel was held concerning the "teenager and the law". The The girls are showing a lot of Improvement; some of them wish to do so, please contact us immediately.Mrs. GwendolynS.
panel consisted of Judge John Ferguson Juvenile Court, Attorney have learned to mend their own clothing. Cherry, 790 NW 54th St., Miami, Fla. 759-1541 or Mr.
Tom Peterson of Juvenile court from the Public De- They are now in the process of making pajama pillows. Sumner Hutcheson, 2741 NW 49th St., Miami, Fla. 635-8435.

fenders Office, Captain John Former of the Miami Police Juvenile -
Section, and Leroy Smith of Community Relations from
the City of'Miami. The program was sponsored by EOPI Legal }

Services and Christ Episcopal Church. If raise won't bring
Judge Ferguson opened the panel and described the func- your next
tions of the Juvenile Court. He felt that the primary problemwas
how to create better homes for these children. He also *

expressed juveniles are a dislike sent. for the present detention homes where you $6 000Y $15 000 a year. . i

Mr. Peterson also expressed his distress for the deten-
tion homes. He explained what his role public defender en-
tails. He felt that the street was the primary enemy of the
black child and not simply a bad home. Ift
Captain Former discussed the police role with Juveniles and t
admitted that there is misunderstanding on the part of both the JMQ i t
police and the Juveniles. Most of the children they deal with
are repeaters so the question becomes one of what to do with
these repeaters.On .
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Thursday, March 13, Mrs. Armbrister,housing counselor -
1f
for the Coconut Grove Center, held another meeting in a
series of meetings,in regards to housing.Although the weatherwas f
cold and damp, more than 25 people were present.
Housing is one of the most acute problems that faces peoplein
every community. The shortage is always present. Mr. Carl
McCoy, Federal Housing Administration Counselor, informedus 5A 1fi
again of some of the technicalities that have dropped. &
Mothers without husbands can become homeowners with the
right qualifications. These qualifications aren't as strict as 3
one might think. Sections 221, 235 and 237 even allow AFDC
mothers to become homeowners, but it's according to their
Income. To get more informaton contact your neighborhood
center's housing counselor.or Mr. John Johnson and Mr Ben- ,t'
nett at the central office.Now is the time to get rid of roaches,
rats and all other crawling creatures,that tend to invade some

"'. of are these forced apartments to live.BROWNSVILLE and old broken down houses in which we Perhaps you should be starting a


CENTERThe in Computer Programming.Thousands
Brownsville EOPI Neighborhood Center,under the supervision career .
of Mrs. Gwendolyns.Cherry,area director and Sum-
ner Hutcheson, center manager have adopted a new and more

effective system of serving its residents. It is hopeful that of people II ke yourself . WHO HAD NEVER EVEN SEEN A COMPUTER
all
this system will better acquaint the residents with existing
agencies throughout the Dade County area. . have already started at $7,500 . many are now making $15,000 and overl But the ;

plans are being made to develop every possible program need for programmers is not even near being filed. Thousands and thousands more are
suggested by the various organized groups in the area. The
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Bullard Karen McCray Patricia Roundtree Leola Alford Andressa Davis Shelia Knowles

Debra Chism Norma Stiles Mary Allen Karen Edwards Deborah McCarthy
Juanita Mention
Ruth Clark Michele Storr DiAnnBowen Sylvia George Helena Simmons

Kathy Fife Margaret Mitchell Kellyn WareJuanita Judy Carter Rosalyn Hamilton Priscilla ThompsonGail

Hill Theresa Payne Diane Willingham Coachman Sharon Holts Barbara Wooden

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a soror checks the (I mittee in accomplishing this aim.

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Cassondra Calloway Sylvia Johnson Cassandra Smith Sharon Blair Opal Duren Jeanette Otis
Gwendolyn Mays Patricia Campbell Brenda Jackson Rochelle Moss
Adra Crawford Myria Morgan Earlean SprattingHerdisene Euphemia Cambridge Jeanette Lumpkin Sallie Weaver

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Bunny Hop Tour Leaves < f .

I College 'Dropout' L eads Poverty ProgramMr.


Monday For Santo DomingoMarie If and when Phillip Johnson takes the time to look out Johnson looks to the future when there will be a solid

the window of his headquarters at N.W. 3rd Avenue and enough base participation for people neighborhoood

Brown, tour group Hispaniola (San Domingo and 12th Street, he can get a realistic reminder of the task planning and eventually run their own programs for better-
he faces In his sector of the War on Poverty. ment.
coordinator 1 for North'sTravel Haiti) Is the only country black
Bureau and at least slaves revolted against their There is some flow of traf He Is also doing some reasearch into the possibility of

twenty enthusiastic personswill white masters and after twelve fic. But there is only a the community forming its own corporations with the
sprinkling of people on the view of the of the and
leave Miami, Monday via years struggle against great building economy area creating new
paa for the beautiful and his- odds, gained their own free- streets at the intersection, payrolls. All of this seems at present like too difficult a

toric island of San Domingofor dom and ruled the country. and none of the shopping goal, but If careful planning and the enthuslams of the

five exciting days, luxuri- This feat remains one of the bustle usually found on a highly articulate young director counts as they should,the
commerical street. goal will be reached.Colorful.
great epics of
revolutionary
The reason for the lack of
I struggle and achievements.An .
activity is plainly evident.
elaborate program of entertainment -
Within easy view, store
is planned for the
front after store front Is Gwoohvorth
visitors that includes dinner
,
boarded up, or the the win-
I. cocktails and sightseeing dows of some of the vacant the fun plan to shop... .
tours of the city and country shops reveal nothing but .

side. Golfers are particularly bare interiors. Some of the

r welcome at the excellent golf stores have notices that the,

course at the San Domingo businesses, service type. or'retaU ... ,
Country Club, just 15 minutes have moved to other ..d. fT* "r"i- i "**.

from El Embajador Hotel. locations. PHILLIP JOHNSON I

Reservation is available for The settling could be one purposely designed to show a ,

':WIIt ,$, ... four more persons at this cinematic background of a decaying area where the usual 1

MAt<(t; BROWN writing to complete the twenty flow of commerce has dried up, and the scale of living Is

four accommodation arrange- barely at the subsistence level, if,indeed, it Is that. However -
ating at the beautiful El Emba-'. '
ments. this Is not a setting, but a realistic evidence of the
]Jador Hotel and the splendorof Anyone interested in any of problems faced by Mr. Johnson and his assistants In the
verdant hills and
the moun-
the remaining four reserva- front lines of the battle against poverty and its attendant
tains of the eastern half of the
tions may call Marie Brownat evils.

island Historically of Hispaniola., the island of North's Travel Bureau before Mr. Johnson Is director of efforts to alleviate poverty

Sunday morning."Cricket" and Its corrosive effects In the Central District, one of v./

nine marked out as target areas by the Economic Opportunity

Program, Inc. His sector is bounded by the Northon

. 27th Street, on the South by 4th Street, and extends
'
Considered A from the Florida East Coast railroad tracks on the Eastto

7th Avenue on the West.

Child Nearly 40,000 persons live in the area,and of that num-
., Happy ber almost 43 percent are listed as poor according to
u
U.S. subsistence standards. Put In perhaps more mean-
Being born with deformed grateful to everyone who has ingful terms, that percentage adds up to a total of about ckL
l arms and hands has not put a helped and to those who are $16,750 human beings to whom the small comforts of

', damper on the happiness of helping them now to lead as life are rarity rather than common place.
; Lavern Denson. normal a life as possible.. -
Furthermore, as added statistical evidence of the formidable -
I'i "Cricket" as she is affec- With no man in the house.
: problems in the Central District !has the highest
tionately called was born with
percentage of poor when all of the nine target areas are
the deformities to Mrs.
considered. The figures Is an estimated 23.4 percent.The
Elouise Williams of 1270 NW
qi next highest concentration of poor is In two other target
:' 1 60th Street #6 on February 18,
' areas, which trail at /9.3 percent.
; 1961.
' Youthful Mr. Johnson--he Is a shade under 27 years of
"
Cricket has three fingers on .
ageviews the particular problems of the Central Area
each hand, no thumbs and only pluh
with optimism, but with a realism gained from a length
bone in each A
one tiny arm. ,
member of the'special educa- of experience, that J belles Jils4 age. He ids been director: CUDDLE1E f
of the Central area only since last January, but prior to
tion class at Edison Elemen-
that he was In charge of neighborhood planning for EOPI
she with her
tary, copes problem -
well. and served in other similar capacities in that field. 'lam

After undergoing six operations Prior to this service, he learned first-hand about the '
I.
to correct the deformities I problems of the business world when working as a sales e'a.a

her last operation was manager. Mr. Johnson was graduated from Mays High
#' performed several weeks ago, CRICKET DENSON School in Goulds, and smilingly calls himself a "drop i! '?>"

i' at which time, doctors put a out" from a special program at the,University of Miami.He I :/
Mrs. Williams serves as mother .
!,. medal rod into her arm down raIu"" : .
jl and father for Cricketand flatly declares that housing Is the top need of' people a;.: through the wrist to hold the her two sisters,and is employed his district, and solving that problem should be given No. >r'

;;,; tiny hand straight. The rod by the Florida Retail 1 priority. The facts Justify his statement. Hundreds of 24" Easter bunnies "," ,0 Yt

will stay In her arm until shei' Credit Service.In families were uprooted when the bulldozers started razing some sit, others stand. ,?.
for the North-South i All are adorable. Also
' be the right-of-way Expressway.
will
stops growing, then it spite of Cricket's spec-
: Many more were displaced by the urban renewal project. large 28" tall begging
removed. ial problems, she is still considered -
i' : Altogether, about 2,500 families were forced to move,and hunn)'. Lots of colors.AADIT .
Cricket and her family are a happy child.
that chaotic situation was worsened, Mr.Johnson recalls, Y

Mission Banquet since there was but small official help extended in relocating I '
I Foreign I them. I .1" Ilr"III1P""p!

:I To Be Held' In April Many of the displaced families chose toremain: 'li their: .;

r : The Baptist Women's Coun-cepted the Invitation to deliverthe neighborhood and have found wh .t quarters they can.And
'
?' I cil is now arranging for the, address;' Missions are a! ..:- since, Urban Renewal, bogged down by months of unwinding ;i CHARACTER'S ,
I annual Foreign Mission Banquet great concern and it Is a chal- red tap, has yet to provide a single roof over anyone's

," I which will beheld on Friday lenge to the ministers and lay head, housing Is:a constant headache with no ,immediate,

! April 25, In Johnson's men to support the cause. remedy in sight.

L Hall of st. John's Baptist Among those on program will "The housing handicap does not mean that headway Is

"'' Church, Mrs. I. C. Mlcklns, be Rev. W. M. Davis, Rev, not being made in other areas," Mr. Johnson says. His 377

,i', chairman. The tickets will go Cleo Albury, Dr. l G. Pratt, line of action is based on a well-thought out plan of pro-

on sale for $3.50 per plate, Rev. William Washington, gression for the community. "Our first step," he says,

," any member of the Baptist Mrs. Arlgonz Barley, and "Is to assist the people In working toward finding; their
Women's Council may be contacted others. Rev.Thedford John own solutions to their problems. We are tackling small There are mama rabbits '

I:; for tickets. son, state secretary of the things first, those which, offer reasonable chances of and sailor girl'n'hoy rab rd :
,.' National Foreign Mission success." bits. Ole fuzzy face bun

::: Dr. Susie Holley, presidentof Board will again serve as a "This is essential." Director Johnson says, "for.restoring fly Sitting and standing b ;
the Baptist Women's State well rabbits in .
forerunner as as Rev. our fungroup.SATISFACTION *
confidnece In themselves
people's something
I: j I Convention of Florldahasac- P. W. Williams. that has been largely dislpated over years of futile effort."

When some smaller achievements have been made, he

f' says, people will be enabled to tackle complicated problems -

SUMMER THEATREWORKSHOP RANDOLPH such as housing and eventually find the solutionto sr x t 9 ,l,..

I": SET KINDERGARTENThe them. ..

The key to it all Is to get wide-spread participation by I
of Ran- ,
and faculty
Ruth PTA
Foreman announces a the people of the area, Mr. Johnson stresses, and he and Y
,, Summer Theatre Workshop dolph's Kindergarten would his assistants already have built a strong foundation in I
; commencing June 24 for a like to thank the parents,
that respect. "Efforts to get people Involved take a lot ,
,;;., Period of eight weeks, is placing friends and especially Lory's, of door knocking," he points out, but the word is spreadIn I ..4 s '
;i. emphasis this year on film Mrs. Banks and Mrs.Francesfor many other ways.: \f
and TV. donating their time, a

clothes and hats to make the Parents are reached not only through the schools,but :

A film in color will be madeas affair a success. in the Child Opportunity Centers, or day nurseries,which

a summer workshop pro- enable mother to work. There are four of them in the ,, .
ject, with all students involved. When they named it Fantasyof Central area. About 65 parents attended a recent meeting _

Students, In addition to Fashions, little did they he recalls, adding that was about an average attend-
acting on camera will be ableto know that it would be Just that. ance.

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The strategy of progression calls for establishment of i
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k7 JV'E AROUND"* /" UHr tWV BAHAMAS__ v, For LocalResident !I While Racism In Christian I I II :




Churches Attacked i

I ARCHBISHOP RAMSEY VISITS opening of the Bahamas sec- The Housing and Urban De-

The archbishop of Canter- ond teachers' college. Lead velopment Act of 1968 delegated ,NEW YORK CITY -A Seventh General Synod of the tee for Racial Justice also

bury Dr. Michael Ramsey at ing the delegation were Pre- responsibilitvtotheU.S. strongly-worded attack on United Church for action at pledged its continued supportfor
of and
Christ Church Cathedral madea mier and Mrs. Pindling, edu- Urban Department Housing white racism inside this week its biennial meeting in Boston the legal defense of Marie
for insur-
plea for Christian unity in cation minister Cecil Wallace ing that Development local residents by the Committee for Racial June 25-July 2. The general Hill, a 17-year-old Negro girl
Nassau as he addressed a con- Whitfield and cabinet ministers provided with are Justice of the United Church of Synod is the legislative body who has been sentenced to die
gregation of 900 including Dr. Curtis McMillan, employment op- Christ. of the denomination. in North Carolina's gas
priests from non-Anglican Arthur Foulkes, Clarence portunities on construc- The committee recom- Specifically, the resolution chamber in the fatal shootingof
tion
work underHUD's
churches.Dr. Bain and Dr. Doris Johnson. performed mended that the two-millton- calls on church members to a white grocer last Oc-

Ramsey the first arch- Also going were 11 out island ing and various Model assisted Cities hous- member United Church of "confess that we have participated tober. Through the efforts of
bishop of Canterbury to visit representatives: Messrs Lof- pro- Christ acknowledge its own in the myth of'white' the Committee's executive
this part of the world said tus Roker, Maurice Moore, grams. shortcomings in race rela- Jesus and have made use of a rector, the Rev. Charles E.
that it gave him great Joy to Norman Solomon,PrestonAl- HUD is pursuing ,this ob- tions and "confess that white distorted memory of our Lordto Cobb, and the NAACP Legal
see priests and ministers of bury, George Thompson, jective by working with Fed- racism permeates our denomination support and extend white Defense Fund, a stay of exe-
other churches at the service. George Smith, Wilbert Moss, eral agencies responsible for as it does our national racist behavior in the life of, cution was granted January 3,
Their presence was a prophecy Oscar Johnson, Joseph Ford, labor-training programs. But life." our nation." and lawyers for Marie Hill
of great good things to comein Peter Graham and the Hon.A. these agencies, HUD pointsout The resolution adopted by If the general Synod adoptsthe have filed an appeal for a new

the future greeted by a fanfare R. Braynen, speaker of the will need adequate funds the Committee for Racial Justice committee's language, it trial.Mr.
of trumpets on his arri- Party whip, James Shep- to support the manpower at its annual spring meeting will "resolve that white racism Cobb announced the appointment -
val at the cathedral the arch- herd, the premier's body training that will be required.Ivy will be submitted to the be eliminated from the of three men to fill -

bishop opened his Caribbeantour guard, police inspector John-, life and structure of the Unit- staff vacancies: Ricardo Rob-

with an attack on moral son, Mr. Patrick Erskine LIn- M-DJC TO Present "Greatest ed Church of Christ and that inson, formerly with United
and spiritual in the world. He dop, permanent for local gov- the racist nature of our insti- Neighborhood Houses in New
referred to the "darkness of ernment, Sir Brian Marwick, tutional life as Christians be York City, and George Bell,
division" between nations and permanent secretary, minis- Story Ever Told"Miami's exposed, destroyed, and replaced with Haryou-Act for the past

races, of quarrels and es- try of education Mr. Hugh by racial Justice In three years, are already In
Sands, deputy permanent sec- every sector." the field organizing supportfor
of and famous "
trangements, war fight- nationally alive, Rev. Wyrick said.
retary, Mr. Lou Morgan, Mr. To accomplish these items, the defense of Marie Hill.
ing now in some parts of the pageant "The Greatest Story He explained that those por-
Frank Merritt I principal the Committee for RacialJustice The Rev. Allan R. Fisher
world, of poverty and misery Every Told" will be presented traying the lives of men and I ,
teachers college Mr.Ron Tur- recommended previously director of
among some parts of the hu- Easter weekend(April 5-6) women of 2,000 years ago will special youth
ner and four representatives training of present staff per- ministry at Riverside Church
man family. at the Miami-Dade Junior Col- freeze action momentarily
from the ministry of works. sonnel to "become agents of in ,New York City, has been
Dr. Ramsey spoke of the lege north campus stadium, from time to time in the exact -
darkness of lies, adding: We DEATHSMrs. 11380 NW 27th Ave.A poses for Flandrin's "Je- change in their own organiza- assigned to work against white
know that the darkness is nota cast of 150 will mark theproduction's sus And the Children," DeVinci's tional setting" and formationof racism in the United Church
Edith Minns Lovell, "emergency task forces to throughout the country.The .
13th
darkness that God put here, year with "The Last Supper,
75 died at the Princess Mar- combat white racism" in thechurch's United Church of Christis
though it is a darkness due to three performances -- at7:30 Hofmann's "Christ In Geth-
the folly of human selfishnessand garet Hospital on Monday, p.m., Saturday, April 5; and semene," and other famous own structures and a union of the Congrega-
sin. March 3 after a long Illness. at 5 a.m.. and 7:30 p.m. Sun- paintings. operating procedures.The tional Christian and Evangelical -

He urged that Christian Funeral services were held Also interwoven in the play, 28-member Commit- and Reformed Churches.

churches should regard them- 4:30 p.m. at St. Matthews day.Termed "an inspiring religious written this year by the Rev.

selves not as rivals but bro- Church and interment made in experience," the Pas- Whitney Dough,pastor at Wes-

thers and comrades worship- the church's cemetery.Mrs. sion Play, directed by the Rev. ley United Methodist Church in STANLEfb1t s

ping together. He said that, Lovell was a Sunday V. Neil Wyrick, depicts Coral Gables, will bathe livesof
the fellowship of which St.John school teacher for many years Christ's last days on earth. Charles Wesley(a founderof YOUR NEIGHBORHOOD PRESCRIPTION STORE

spoke was not only a fellow- :at St. Matthews Church and before St.George's "This year we will add new the Methodist Church), 8690 NW 22 Ave 691-3741

ship of the Christian church dimensions as we make fam- Fanny Crosby, John Newton
but of the whole world. her retirement.As, a young woman ous masterpieces come and Phillip Brooks. Their
she was for years a teacher well-known r r Ti
The Rt.Rev.Bernard Mark- hymns -- "Love (
ham, Bishop of Nassau and the at the Victoria School. Divine All Loves Excelling,"
Surviving are a son Lt.John Henry, who Joined the 1 "
"Saved "Amaz1
Bahamas, in welcoming the By Grace, -
M. Lovell of New York City family a few months ago.Also 1 "
archbishop and his wife, said ing Grace" and 0 Little Townof
Fire Department a daughterMrs. surviving in Jamaica are other "
Bethlehem
that Dr. Ramsay was knownas respectively ,Ntr+
Dorothy Ann Wilson, six relatives including ten grand- I
orchestrated into the
a defender of the -- are I
oppres- grandchildren and a numberof children. The body will betaken performance. wY1
sed and a dedicated scholar.
relatives.Mr. to Jamaica for burial at I
"It is
Apart from Premier Lynden an experiment we hope I
Franklin Williams of the Calvary Catholic Ceme-
Find ling and other cabinet will Inspire many," Rev. WyI I
Jamaica was killed in a two- tery. I ,
rick said "and attract others
members, opposition ad e r ,
Sir Roland Symonette and car collision on March 1 at as behind each writer is a tru-
Grand Bahama. He had livedin ANNOUNCEMENT
leading members of other denominations ly important story. We hope HUMPHREY Owner
the Bahamas for six years. Brothers Daughters of this added Interest will bring HOMER ,
were present.
The last three years he was a Elks family all are invited to even more people out to see DRUGS COSMETICS GREETING CARDS
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.' 1 HOUSE OF ALBERT

CARD OF THANKS RANGEEarl Mrs. Estella James, pioneer

The family of the late Castell of 5419 Flag- citizen of 709 NW 4th st.,
I I CARDS MEMORIALS DEATHS I II died
ler St., W. Hollywood, Delray Beach and wife of Mr.

March 20, at Memorial Hos- Daniel James, died March 18.

n., pital. He is survived by a son She is survived by three sons

CARD OF THANKS CARD OF THANKSThe IN MEMORIAMIn Earl, Jr. Services were held Gus and Levi Spralden and

Monday in the chapel. Artice Burks; a sister; two
The family of the late of our
loving
family of the late memory brothers. Services were held

I fir' JULIA L. TRAVIS, dear mother Miss Feltoninia Flowers of Thursday, 2 p.m.. from Mt.
360 NW 22nd Ter., #19 died
Olive Baptist Church Delray
who departed this life march March 20 at Jackson Hospital. ,
,
.... 9,1969 wish to thank the many She is survived by her Beach.

friends and neighbors of Opa- Felton
and
Mr Mrs.
parents,
1341
\ Diniah Girven
Mrs. ,
locka and Miami for all deedsof sister two bro-
Flowers one
; ; NW 60th St., died March 20.
kindness during their hoursof thers. Services were held on
She is survived by her hus-
Mil
bereavement.
Monday in the chapel.
band Wash a sonanddaughterAlton
y ;
Special thanks to Rev.
dM and mother
James Brown and Rev. p. S. r d Mrs. Lillle Mae Gary of Carolyn;
Brown the House of Albert Mrs. Lula White; five sisters;
6231 NW 14th Ct., died March
five brothers. Services were
for its friendly service. Hospital.She is
19 at Jackson
May God bless each of you. ___ survive, d by three daughters held Grove 3 pm.Tuesday Baptist Church from Jordan with-

Again we thnk you. MRS. MAMIE L.HIGGS, Emma L. Jones, Louise Gary final rites in Dublin, Ga.

1it .who passed March?, 1969 wishto and Catherine Jones; three

The family thank the many friends and sons Richard, Stephen and Mrs. Mary Frances Howardof

4 neighbors for cards, flowers, Adolphus; 23 grandchildren; 1879 NW 94th Street, died

MR. WILLIAM D. STOKES ELIZABETH HOUSTONwho prayers, visits, and other two great grandchildren and March 20. She is survived by

a former Miamian, who pas- IN MEMORIAMIn departed this life March kindness shown during our two s i st e r s. Services were her husband Winston; seven
sed away March 3, 1969 and bereavement. Special thanksto held MondayatWalker'sTem-
dear bro- 23 1964. sons and two daughters; one
was funeralized from A. R. memory of our Some, may thinkvouare the pastor and congrega- pIe Church of God in Christ. brother and three sisters.
Leak Funeral Home, Chicago ther and father tion of St. John Institutional
earth held Wednes-
gotten though on you are Services were
Illinois send their thanks to Church. Arthur of
Baptist James Stephens
no more, but in memory you day, 2 p.m. Church of God in
everyone who were so kind to Our sincerest thanks to all 2955 NW 60th St., died March
are always with us as you were Truth.
them during their bereave- before. of you. 17. He is survived by his wife

ment. Mary; three children, his
Cassandra L. Duncan, three
Although it's hard to say The ChildrenIN Mr. Alfred W. Higgs, hus- mother, Rebecca and six sis- month old daughter of Mrs.
"Good-bye" to one we lovedso band and family ters. He wasshipped Wednes-
Llllie Pearl King of 2333 NW
well and there's deeper sor- day to Marion, Ala.
74th Ter., died March 19.
row in our hearts than any MEMORIAM
Graveside services at Lin-
word can tell. AN APPRECIATIONThe Walter Bronson of 3095 NW
coln Memorial Park were held
Special thanks to Ward No. In memory of our dear husband 66th St., died March 22. He is
of the late Thursday.
12, Mt. Sinai Baptist Church; father, and prandfatherrH" ; family survived by his wife Mildred;

Bunche park Social Club,Gar- I -: 't'I JOHN W. CAREY four children, his mother Mrs.
who met death at
an
denia Circle, Mrs. Clara F untimely Eula Bronson; three sisters.He Robert M. Young, 17436

Brown, Mr. and Mrs. A. Z. Nassau, Bahamas on Feb. 20, was shipped Wednesday to Homestead Ave., Perrine died
1969 take this method to '
Allen, Mrs. Janie Johnson. ex- Union Springs, Ala. March 21. He is survived by
their thanks to their
Thanks also to Mrs. Ger- t press his wife Willie Lee; two sons
friends for cards tele-
many
trude Thomas and son, Mrs. # Samuel Johnson of 2235 NW Titus and Robert; one daughter -
,.... ... grams, floral tributes and
.
Mable Hays and family, Mrs. -- < other acts of kindness 87th St., died March 23 at Martha Williams; one

Julia Boulware and daughter ARTHUR MOSS JR their bereavement. during God Jackson Hospital. He Is sur- stepson; two stepdaughtersand
May
Bertha Mrs. Irene Spikes, who departed this life March I shower his choicest vived by his parents Mr. and a grandson Benjamin -'

Mrs. Edna Field and mother, 25, 1968. each and blessingson Mrs. Sol Johnson. Serviceswill kins now in Vietnam. Arrgements
everyone.Mrs.
Mrs. Ruby Ha nna, Mrs. He's gone but never forgotten. '" :1 be held Thursday 2 p.m. are incomplete.
Jimmie L. Wilson of Cocoa, in the chapel.
.
., .Jjv Evelyn Carey and
Fla., Mr. and Mrs. T.J. Mar- } 1'4. Family Thomas V. Macklin, 4237

shall, Mr. and Mrs. Jerome Keith, Arthur, and Derrick,, :: :. NW 22nd Ct., died March 21.

Riley and family, Mr.and Mrs. sons ----- \ Abraham Turner, Sr. of He is survived by his wife

Henry O'Brien, Mrs. Florence Ramona Simms, mother MR. JESSIE CARR 5546 NW 13th Ave.,died March Irene; three sons Ernest,L.A,

Alexander, Mr. and Mrs.John Cecil and, Earl, brothers who ,departed this life hereon CARD OF THANKS 23 at the St. Francis Hospital. and Thomas, Jr.; a daughterCorrine

Romer and Mrs. Florence Helen and Evangeline, earth March 27, 1966. Words He is survived by his wife ; mother Mrs. LeilaM.

Alexander and the MankerMil sisters.IN We often sit and think of you cannever expressour Cherrie; four sons Abraham, Williams; three sisters

ton Funeral Home. when we are all alone. For appreciation for the many Jr., Rudolph Anthony and and two brothers. Arrange-

The Family; memory is the only thing that cards, flowers, telegrams, Walter; two daughters Deloris ments are incomplete.

Mrs. Bertha Stakes, wife; MEMORIAMIn grief; can call its own. God and services given the familyof Richardson and Brenda; two

Mrs. Leola Desmuke, sister; knows how much we miss you. the recent deceased grandchildren, his father K.S. Herbert Butler of 1739 NW

Mrs. Mattie Lindsey, sister; sad but loving memory o f Never shall your memory fade ISAAC STRINGER JR. Turner; a brother and sister. 2nd Ct., died March 20. Ser-

Mrs. Carrie Howard, sister; my beloved husband Loving thoughts shall allways never-the-less in our humble Services will be held Saturday

Mrs. Rosa D u r den, sister; wonder to the spot where you way, the entire family says '1 p.m. at St. Luke Baptist vices will be held Saturday,

Mrs. Eunice White, sister; were laid. thank you one and all. Church. 3 p.m. in the chapel. He is

Robert Wilburn, nephew Your kindness will long be survived by one son Herbert
:' Mrs. Mary Carr, wife remembered.The .
the funeral from
Attending :
: 'if'i: Mrs. Eva Richardson Claude Blatch of 15961 NW Jr.Mrs.
Miami; Mrs. Elizabeth Wil- Mamie Moss of 16220

liams, niece and Mrs. Leila ...."..". ..... Mrs. Julia Carr Drake Stringer FamilyRICHARDSON 27th Ave., Opa-locka, died NW 17th Pl., Opa-locka died
.. Mrs. Emma Lee Brown March 20 at Mt. Sinai Hos-
Henderson, step mother-in- March 21. She is survived by
law. i t, Mrs. Margaret Moss pital. He Is survived by his her husband Jesse. Graveside

/r.. ( I Mrs. Lozina Garrison, wife Mable, his mother Mrs. services were held Wednes-

W.... .il"';;''.'".d, "1!' daughters Louise pena and a grandmother day.
THANK YOU :;.l! Mr. Ralph Carr Carnetta Blatch.Serviceswill

I Mr. Virgil Carr "'. be held Saturday, 4 p.m. Richard A. Butler 8844 Ab-

Mrs. Annie Palmer and Mr. Herman Carr > Mrs. Bessie Mae Pollock at the First Baptist Church of bott Ave. Miami Beach died
,
wish toexpresstheirsincere .- 302 NW 22nd Ter.,died March
family Mr. John Carr
Opa-locka. He will lie in repose March 25. He Is survived by
thanks and appreciation -: SENECA'HILL'who Mr. Nathaniel Carr 22. She is survived by her at 2405 NW 159th St.after his wife Lillian and two sis-

during their hours of be- departed this life March Mr. Theodore Carr, sons husband John; four daughters 8 p.m. Friday until funeral ters. Arrangements are incomplete -

reavement. We appreciate all 28, 1949. and grandchildren. Shirlene, Linda, Alice and Loretta time. .

your telegrams, cards, let- Sweet are the memoriesthat ; two sons, John Jr. and

ters, visits and flowers.All of never fade. Willie James; her mother
those wonderful things gave us CARD OF THANKSI Mrs. Viola Foster of Umitilla Mrs. Georgia Evans of 3240 Janet Neely, 14 year old

a great deal of comfort during Hattie Hill, wife Fla.; two sisters Arlene and NW 48th St., #1 died March daughter of Mrs. Willie' Mae
take this method to Neely of 10120 Fern St. Per-
expressmy 24 at Jackson Hospital. She Is ,
Mary Lee of Eustis Fla. one
the sad hours. ;
very
and sincere tine, died in Variety Children's -
deep gratitudefor survived by her husband Oscar
brother Alphonso Smith of
would thank
We like to Rev.
IN MEMORIAMIn your expressions of sym Eustis twosistersinlawanda two sons Willie and James; Hospital March 24. Ar-
Smith and congregation of ;
pathy. Friends and neighborsall. three rangements are incomplete.
Greater Bethel Baptist mother-in-law: Mrs. Tiny daughters Della Evans,
sad but loving memoryof In our darkest hour you Mattie Durden and
Church for the wonderful ser- Pollock. Services will be held Dorothy
our dear sister, were a most shining light. Kimble 33
vice rendered to my son Sgt. Saturday, March 29, 3 p.m. in ; grandchildren; two

Johnny L. Palmer. We wish to Mt. Calvary Baptist Church, great grandchildren; two sis-

give special thanks to the Mrs. Aychie Mae HollimonIN Rev. Atkinson, officiating.Mrs. ters and two brothers. Ser-

House of Albert. vices will be held Saturday in RAHMINGSHenry

MEMORIAMIn Dorothy Mungin Over- the chapel. Branch, was the vic-

The Family !street of 423 NW 9th St., #31 tim of drowning March 22. He

sad but loving memoryof died March 23. She is survived Mrs. Alma Smith of 1135 is survived by his wife Annie

our dear mother by her husband Thomas; NW 2nd Ave., #1 died March Mae; one daughter Barbara;

ELLEN ALBURYwho one daughter Mrs. Lee ArthurW. 12 .at Jackson Hospital.She is one granddaughter Angela;

CARD OF THANKSThe departed this life March Freeman; one son-in-law. survived by a son Betram; mother Bobbie L. Branch;two

25, 1940. Henry Freeman; two grand- three grandchildren; two brothers; one sister-in-law.
family of the late '
., You quietly went away, sons and one brother-in-law.' nieces and a nephew Services Services will be held Saturday
ETHEL DOBARD BOWLEG
Many a silent tear over and Remains will be shipped to Savannah were held Friday In the chapel. 2 p.m. In the chapel.
wish to express their feeling'of MRS. FLORENCE SEYMOUR over Ga., Friday for burial

gratitude and sincere ap- who departed this life March Two tired eyes are resting. Saturday, March 29.

preciation to our many friends 25., 1962. Two hard working hands are Mrs. Mattie Oliver of 1161 Mrs. Sarah Winifred John-

during our recent bereave- still Luther Lewis Bibb of 4801 NW 37th St., died March 14. son pioneer resident of Miami

ment. We could not save you.It NW 32nd Ave., died March 14 She is survived by her hus- died March 24. She ,Is survived
I May her soul rest in
May God bless each of you peace, will He was a Potientate band Jeremiah six
and may light perpetual shine was the Lord's past of ; children; by her daughter ,Monica
in a very special way. upon her. A million words could not ex- ,Kazan Temple No. 149 and a her mother Mrs. Lucille Amena; a son-in-law Felix;

press the heartaches sadness: 33rd degree mason Services 1 Storey; four sisters Creola one granddaughter Chantell

Mr. and Mrs. Fred Martin Miss Beatrice Rolle, sister and loneliness. ',were held in Mt. Zion Baptist Smith, Ella F. Mays, Gloria and a nephew Michael Sands;:

Miami Church. He Is survived by his Evans and Veronica Harris Services will be held
Mrs.. Eva Delaney, sister Monday,
DObard andStrainge The Sadly missed: widow Mary one sister; four three brothers William and March 31, 2 p.m. at St. Agnes
Family
Families, Delray. Beach, Fla. The Albury Family brothers, nieces and nephews. Robert Storey. Episcopal Church.



MIAMI TIMES, Friday, March 28, 1969 25


DEATHS ;,
Carver
I C ''"t*
BAIN'S E. A, STEVENSMrs
Ranches
Sarah' Blalock of 219 Ennnuel Brown of 417 NW
I Jefferson Dr., Coral Gables, 2nd St., Hallandale, died Sun- News 3
died March 20 at Jackson Hospital day March 23, as a result of Va 6
She is survived by her an auto accident.Services will By Wolter Bow" ]
husband Joe; her mother Mrs be held Sunday, 1 p.m. at the ,
Odessa T. McMichael of Ft Church of God in Hallandale.
I Gordon, Ga. Remains will be He is survived by his wife
shipped Friday to Georgia Mary Ann; two sons Michaeland
Keith; five sisters
Mrs. LucyAnnDavisof3231Douglas
Rd., Miami, died on David pinder, Jr., of 18 NW t
March 21 at Lincoln Memoral 8th St.,Hallandale,died March i 1
Nursing Home She is survivedby 25, Services will be held Sun- >t sr
ap
her three daughters Lu- day at 3 p.mt in Friendship R Rr
cille Talton, Janice Lownsanand Baptist Church. He is survived -
Ruth Holsey; four sons by his mother Emma Line
Daniel, Jerryl, Dunbar and Pinder; three daughters Vera
juernetha. Remains were White, Emma A. Dawkins and
shipped to Ft Valley, Ga on Miriam J, Rahmings; one son
Monday. Eugene Quintin; two brothers, t9 ae
a niece, a cousin, grandchildren -
Andrew Perkins of 520 Oak nieces and nephews

Ave., Coconut Grove died on ---'-'--'_ -_ "'-- ....._..__._ 'I' ..
March 19 at JacksonHospital.He Mrs Birdie Mae O'Neil of LINDA SEYMOURMrs.
is survived by his wife 1018 Dixie Highway, Dania, CARVER BRANCH YMCA RECEIVES DONATIONS
Addle; one sister Mrs.Maudie died March 24. Services will Geneva Seymour announce -
James; three nieces; two be held Saturday, 11 a.m. in!I the marriage of her Raymon Thornton, Program Director of Carver Branch YMCA, receives
nephews. Services will be held the chapel.she is survived by daughter Linda to Kenneth Roy checks from Mrs. Mary F. Brown, president of Jack and Jill of America, Inc.
Saturday 4 p.m. from GreaterSt her husband Felix; four sis- Nealy, who is now at West and Mr. David Curry of the Ebony Civic Club as Ramona Davis, age 11 and
Paul A ME. ters and three brothers. Point in Up-State New, York. Tony Adams, age 15 look on. Mrs. Brown donated $25 and Mr. Curry donated
The wedding will take
place
Easter, reception will be held $105. The money will be used to sponsor "Y" memberships for youngsterslike

Held at his family home, Mrs.Flora Ramona and Tony. Why not make your contribution today! membership
Woman Held
I In Belle Johnson,4920SW 23rd drive ends March 31, 1969. '
'
St., West Hollywood.

Husband's DeathA Social The Club Friendly will hold Friendship their tea Riot Control Funds To Help Community

woman was arrested early died at about io:10 p.m. at and talent show, Sunday at Relations
Sunday in a friend's house Jackson Memorial Hospital VFW post No. 8195 from 46 Program
after her dying husband col- where he was being treatedfor p.m. the public is Invited. -
lapsed on the sidewalk in frontof a gunshot wound in the The Charmettes of Hallan- Dade'County and the City of Kirk's offices in the following West Palm Beach$3,000Ala-
their home with a bullet in chest. Bronson was shot at dale will hold their dance this Miami will receive a total of manner chua County $11,520 and Du- I
his chest. about 6:10 p.m. and was found Sunday, at the Down Beat Clubin $40,052 in emergency federal Orlando, $7,500, Pinellas val and Hillsborough counties
Mildred Bronson, 25, was by neighbors after he stumb- Fort Lauderdale. You are riot control funds,Gov.Claude $8,023, Tallahassee $9,950, $25,000 each.
arrested at about 1:30 a.m. led from his house and col- invited Kirk's office announced Monday -
by Metro detectives near her lapsed on the street. The Carver Ranches Fire CARD OF THANKSMy THANK YOU
residence at 3095 NW 66th St. Mrs. Bronson, according to Dept me e t s every Monday Dade's public safety Department Words are inadequate to
and booked into Dade CountyJail. Metro detectives, was seen night at the Fire Hall Mem- which gets $25,072, family and I, wish to express my appreciation to all
She was being held with- leaving the residence hurriedly bers please attend these meetings has Indicated the funds will be thank the members and friendsfor my relatives and friends who
out bond. after the shooting and was used to Institute better com- their lovely cards full of were so kind and thoughtful
Her husband. Walter, 29, not located until her arrest. Mrs. Eleanor V. Bowe, entered munity ties with the 27 munici roses, and comforting wordsof during my illness. Thanks for
Hollywood Memorial palities.The cheer, full of sunshine,like all cards, flowers, visits,etc., <<
city has said it intendsto the dew-drops of heaven are I will never forget your kInd-
last
Hospital Thursday even-
purchase some hardwarefor ,kissing the rose. Thanks especially ne$li.
she
ing. Monday was Improving -
its police force with the
to the members of Mt. Livingston'Adderly
.
Brothers Convicted Of funds and also to establish a Zion Baptist Church,not cards
The ladies of Post 8195 community relations pro- alone, but a little rosebud in- ing. With best wishes for a
will hold their Saturday and gram. side. better tomorrow.A. .
Friday Fish Fry this weekendthe The other funds are being I was in the hospital three I
Simple AssaultTwo public is invited. distributed by Gov. Claude weeks, I am home recuperat- A. Haughton, Sr.Why .


Dade County brothers picking the woman up In Coco
accused of raping a 30-year- nut Grove last Aug. 18 after
old woman after they gave hera her auto ran out of gas and
ride in their car, have been taking her to a garbage dump Not Hav
found guilty of simple assault. and raping her.
Circuit During the trial defense attorneys -
Court Judge Francis
Knuck fined Lonnie Foster, Aram Goshgarlan and
27 of 6201 Robert Gilbert contended that !
NW 17th Ave., and
she had relations with their
Willie Robert Foster, 36, of :
1410 NW 52nd St., $100 each clients voluntarily.
after the jury verdict. Both men are still facing
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26 THE MIAMI TIMES, Friday, March 28, 1969
EBENEZERRev.
TRANSFIGURATIONFa. GRACERev.
NEW PROVIDENCERev.
E. S. Clark, vicar W. F. Savoy, pastor A.D. Hall,Sr., pastorE.
C J. Burney, pastor On last Sunday the Episco- 6895 NW 14th Ave. Ingram, reporterRev.

Arsula Edwards,reporterThe pal Churchwomen sponsoredtheir We ask that our membersbe W. J. Macon and con-

Ministers and Deacons annual Passion Sunday | out this Sunday evening to gregation of First Baptist of

Union working under the juris- Calendar Tea. The planned ,greet the pastor, choir and Opa-locka will worship with

, diction of the Seaboard Bap- program was enjoyed by our ,congregation of the Sellers us in an after service Sunday

tist Association of Florida guest with Father Stafford Memorial Methodist Church, night to benefit the seasons

Rev. W. H. Edwards, moder- Sweeting vicar of Christ the who will conduct eveningworship rally. The public is invited to

ator is now in session with King Orthodox Church, Carol with us at Grace. Let us share with us in the services.

the Macedonia M. B. C., 2527 City as guest speaker.The tea \be present at 7 p.m. Our guest Congratulations to the Sr.
rw.rC 1 NW 3rd St., Pompano Beach. was a financial success The pastor and preacher will be Usher Board No. 1 in their

Rev. F. W. Wilson, Jr., pas- months that raised the high- Rev. Abe Castor. annual financial effort, the

eft Vim 3n QI4urr4 &uooay tor. Will close Sunday after- est amount are as follows: 1st Thursday at 8 p.m. will be Pre-St. Patrick's Frappe Sip.

noon, March 30. place February, Mrs. Doris our Maundy Thursday Com- Mr. Dewitt McKinney was

Rev. M. E. Monroe, of Ft. Johnson, sponsor; 2nd April munion service; Sunday, 5:30: crowned King and Mrs.Eloise

Lauderdale will preach hereat Mrs. Marjorie Oliver;and 3rd p.m. will be our Dawn Ser- Rolle, queen, their group reported -
Baptist Women's ConventionTo 7 p.m. Sunday for the Trus- October Mrs. Aurientha Nix- vice; at 11 a.m. will be our $1,163.05 with Mrs.Ida
tee Board. The public is in- on The tea was con-
sponsor. Easter Communion service; Ingraham's group reporting
Meet In Pensacola/ vited. cluded with a fellowship hour. with a Sunday School programat $1,102.04. Total amount re-

Consecration hour of prayer Mrs. Samuel Harrison, president even-tide. ported $2,476.59. Mrs. Emma
The 80th Annual Session of Fellowship Thurs- is held
Banquet each
Sunday at 5 .
Friends are Invited to come Caldwell is the president.The .
the Women's Convention of the day, April 10, 6 p.m. Young ;
Schedule of service
for
a.m.Bible Holy ;along with us on Sunday,April Janette Evans Circle
Baptist General Convention of peoples convention will con- class and prayer week: Palm Sunday church 20, when our congregation will be in charge of class and
Florida Inc. Dr.Susie C.Hol- vene with Greater Little Rock each
meeting Tuesday at 7:30 school 9:30
a.m., blessing, worships and fellowships with prayer meeting Tuesday night.
ley, president, will convene Baptist Church, 1171 N. 'F' ]p.m.Continue distribution of palms,proces- the Trinity Presbyterian Let us not forget to pray for
with the Sixth Avenue Baptist St. Rev. R. W. Ford minis- in
prayer for those sion, solemn sung mass, and i Church in Key We s t,Rev. and visit the sick and shut-ins.
Church, 1120NW 6th Ave.Rev. ter. Women's board meeting who are sick, shut-in and be- the story of the Cross in song 'Thurlow Weed, pastor. Round

R. L. Hill, host pastor, April opens Tuesday,April 8th 2 pm, i reaved. 10:45 a.m.Maundy. trip tickets are five dollars.
8-13 at Pensacola, Fla. The in Sixth Avenue Baptist NEW HOPE
Thursday solemn i Coordinator for the trip is Mr.
theme is "Renewed Vision, Church, presiding Dr. SusieC.
sung mass, procession of the Willie Jenkins.
Rev. W. E. Sims pastor
BAPTISTRev. ,
For BEREA
Attempting Great Things Holley. First Vice Presi- blessed sacrament and strip- Loraine Fuller reporterThe
,
God. dent is Mrs. CelestineDixion. J. Toles, pastor ping of the altar 8 p.m. Missionary Society

Special guest, Mrs. M. L. Luella Robinson,reporterThe Good Friday mass of the JORDAN GROVE wish to thank all participantswho
Sanders, Missionary Suen Industrial ST. JAMES AME pastor along with the pre-sanctifled 7 a.m.; medi- attended their preSpringTea
Africa
Mission, chairmen and president of the tation of the seven last words Rev. Douglas Cook,pastor last Sunday.
mis- Rev. S. L. Gay pastor
serving as our foreign ,
Deacons and Deaconesses from 12 noon to 3 p.m. Eddie Gilbert, reporterThe
The Ministers and Deacons
. sion board. parent guest Joseph Marshall reporterThe
,
body
:' ,
will would like to thank the mem- Holy Saturday the sacra- Hospitality Club will Union will convene at the
Dr. Sandy F. Ray, president Missionary Society bers visitors, churches and ment of Holy Baptism 5:00 'celebrate its first anniversary
Macedonia
Missionary Baptist
be in of services all
State Convention New charge
Empire
their pastors for helping them p.m. (on Sunday, March 30,at 3 p.m.
Church 2527 NW 3rd St.
,
York, first president of Na- day Sunday. Morning speakerwill The entire church is asked to
tional Baptist Convention Inc. be Rev. A. C. Williams, on their anniversary. Money Pompano Beach. The pastoris
Brother
USA. associate minister at St. Paul raised for this occasion was participate. C. Jonesis asking all members to accompany -

AME. The youth will be fea- $439.90. MT. OLIVETTEThe president.The him there Friday

GREATER NEWMACEDONIA tured in a musical program at The Jordon Stream Minis- Sunday School will have Deaconess Board will night, be will deliver the ser-

the evening s e r v Ice. Please ters and Deacons Union will their annual Easter outing at ,sponsor a baby contest on Sun- mon at 9 p.m.Thursday .
day night after service. Con-
make it a must to attend each convene with Mt. Sinai Baptist beautiful Greynolds Park on evening our regu-
Rev. Roscoe Jackson, pastor service. Church Rev. W. L. Solomon, Thursday, April 3. The bus ,,testants are Ronald Jacksonand lar prayer meeting and bible

Willie J. Beard, reporterThe The Marc- ites wish to pastor. Our own Bro. J.Toles will leave the church at 11 a.m. Lavonia Brown. The pub- class, all are welcome. .
lic is asked to out and
pastor, chairman, co- thank you for your support in will be speaker in the womens please be on time. Lunch will witness' this contest.come Sister Friday, 4:30 p.m. Easter
chairman and men wish to take helping to make their month a department Saturday night be served, free. rehearsal. participants
this opportunity to thank success. The pastor is asking the mem- The Women's Day Committee Patterson is president.The please be present and on time.
No. 1 Ushers' Board is
everyone who helped make our The Heroines of Jericho bers to go out and support him. has selected Mrs. Walton Continue to pray for the
Fifth Annual Men's Day a tre- will hold their anniversary There will be service at the Y. Robinson, principal of Be- |sponsoring a tea on Saturday slck- shutins and bereaved.
night at the home of Sister
church All
mendous success. services Sunday at 3 Sunday morning.
p.m. thune Elementary School oft
Annie Mae Johnson
2068
children asked to meet at NW
are
wish to thank
We
especially To the sick and shut-ins: Brownsville, as morning ,
68th Terrace. The public is
Rev. I H. Readon, the morn- No matter where you are on the church Monday night to speaker. Mrs. Robinson has ZION HOPERev.
:invited.
Ing speaker; the Male Chorus, the ladder of life, no matter rehearse for the Easter pro- been employed in the Dad
There be
will
Antioch M. B."Church,Liberty what you may be experiencing, gram. County public schools for sev- sunrise, service an Easter Paul Freeman, pastor

City; and the male ushers' No\or heartaches or conflicts you Let us pray for world peace. eral years, and is a dynamic i 5 on the beginning first at Bessie Williams, reporter

1 and 2, Antioch M. B. C.:,: ,have right now, the kingdomof speaker.For morning.a.m. Sunday Monday, March 31,the Tay-

M Brownsville; and Bro. Joseph God is within you. our Palm Sunday ser- lor Brothers of Blackshear,

Whitehead and everyone whose "NO GREATER LOVE"As vices all choirs will sing, and Georgia will be at the churchin

names are too numerous to the youth will be in charge. behalf of Usher Board No.
mention who appeared on the MT. SINAI is their custom this time Our guest speaker will be Rev. MEMORIAL TEMPLERev. 2. You may purchase tickets

morning program.We of the year, the Senior Choirof from any member of this aux-
George Warren, pastor of Mt. I. C. Mickins,pastor
wish to congratulate the Rev. Cleo Albury, pastor Bethany SDA Church Is re- Calvary Baptist Church of Pa Lucille Beckett, reporterThe iliary, or from the church,

president, officers and mem- B. Boney, reporterThe vently presenting their Pre- latka, Fla. pastor, officers, and 5129 NW 17th Ave. Price of
bers of Ushers' Board No. 2 pastor along with the Easter Cantata.This year they Our broadcast time is 12:15 members wish to thank all tickets: Children 75? adults

and their captains, Bro. Mose laymen of the church will or- have chosen a deeply moving p.m. WMBM. visitors and well wishers who $1.25.

Regular and Terry Barnes for ganize the brotherhood of Mt. composition by John W. Peter- participated in the Topping Prayer meeting for revival

becoming the leading auxiliary Sinai Thursday, March 27, 7p.m. son entitled "No Greater BROWNSVILLE Ceremony last Sunday. We meeting will begin Tuesday

of Greater New Macedonia for All are asked to attend. Love" based on Christ's BAPTIST were honored to have in our after Easter, April 8, 8:00.

1969 and Bro. Jetty Jones who The Minister's and Deacons earthly ministry, beginningwith midst, Re'/.Robert Carter,Institution Public is cordially invited to
became Mr. Greater New Union will convene with the His baptism and drama- Rev. F. L.JohnsonpastorElizabeth Minister at Florida come out.Choir .

Macedonia of the ministers of New Hope Baptist Church Rev. tically climaxed with a stirring Wright, reporterThe Memorial College and his No. 1 would like to

the church. H. W. Wright, pastor, 2243 account of the crucifixIon pastor, officers and family. thank all who helped them

Again we say thanks to each Sheridan Street, Hollywood, and resurrection.We members are grateful to all Activities for the week make their 10th anniversarya
of you for helping us raise the March 27-30. Rev. Alburyhasbeen invite you to come aside their friends who took part in Wednesday 7 ; great success.Deacon Lockeis
Sunday
grand total of $3,934.14. selected as the speaker awhile with us and live again helping to make our Women's School teachers p.m.meeting 8:00 president.

Saturday, March 29 at 11 a.m by faith those scenes we shall Day a great success. Special choir rehearsal all membersare
Our youth choir and other relate in song of the lovliest thanks to our guest speakers, ,
asked to be and
MT. CARMEL members will accompany the life ever lived upon earth. Sister Lucello Moore and Sis. time. present on CHRISTIAN VALLEYElder

Your hearts will thrill to the W. K. Smith.
Rev. D. A. Bradley, pastor pastor. Continue to make our church
melody of love that has won the The directors of the Youth
Lenten observance, spon- A. Ford pastor
Louise McGriff, reporter your choice of worship. Pray ,
Bro. and Sis. Alex Gaines sored by the BTU will culmi- devotion of men and women Dept. Sisters C. Dennison andA. that we shall exalt the name Blondie Higgins, reporter

will have a banquet Sunday, at nate Easter Sunday.To everywhere. You will shudderat Fields are asking the par- of the Lord in words praise 5431 SW Mayo St.
2:30 p.m., 5911 NW 11th Ave. our sick and shut-ins the mole cry of "crucifyhlm" ents to see that their children and deeds of kindness. West HollywoodThe

You may get your dinner at "The Lord is my light and my | Yet your souls will leap, meet at the church Saturday Ministers and Deacons

$1.25 a plate, so come on by. salvation". as it were, with Joy to the 4:30 p.m. for Easter rehear- Union of the True Church of

There will be a dinner sale strains of the Christian's vic- sal.The DAY SPRING God in Unity will begin this
(""at the home of DeaconandSis. tory song "For Now Is Christ pastor is asking the Saturday at Christian Valley,

Shifield on Saturday, 1076 NW Risen Hallelujah"l! church to accompany him Sun Sunda y School 9 a.m., ser- 8 p.m. through Sunday. Ruling
74th St. Dinners will be readyat GREATER NEW BETHELRev. Elder R. L. Woodfork and day at 3 p.m. to Antioch Bap- vice start at 11 a.m.; prayer Elder A. Ford will be in

11 o'clock 693-4065. his congregation antici- tist Church in New Liberty meeting Tuesday night. The charge of the meeting. This

Remember the sick and W. K. Smith, pastor pate welcoming you at 2500 City. pastor is asking all to come Sunday, 8:30 p.m. the Mother

shut-ins and those who have Alice Irving, reporterThe NW 50th St. on Sunday, March We extend prayers to the out.Mother Ford Gospel Chorus will ap-
Souvenir Committee is 30, at 4 p.m.CHRISTIAN. sick, shut-ins and thebereaved. Cooper is still on at Browns
lost some of their love one's.Pray pear Chapel Baptist -
desirous of all members and the sick list. Pray for the sick
for the men in Vietnam. Church, 1423 NW 54 St.
friends placing their names in Visitors are always welcome and shut-in.
Rev. J. E. Brown, pastor
'* APOSTOLIC FAITH the Women's Day Souvenior SCIENCEThe to our friendly church. Rev. W, M. Slator, pastor Pray for the sick and shut-

HAS8THANNUALASSEMBLY book. We would appreciateyour Easter message speaksof Ruby Lee Burton, reporter. ins.
business ads also. Sis. love and forgiveness vic-
BAHAMS OF MIAMI
Marjorie Perkins is souvenir torious ever hatred and vio-
ST. PETER'SFa.
The 8th annual Assembly of; committee chairman. lence. We must learn to love Mr. George Savitt,treasurer

the Highway Christian Churchof i There will be a meeting of and forgive in all the little and of the Baha'i Assembly of C. F. Cooper, canon

Christ of the Apostolic: all group captains on the first great ways that Jesus did.This Miami, and columnist for The The Lenten Palm Sundayservices ST.. MATTHEWRev.

Faith, Inc. will convene March t Sunday in April immediately is Easter happening today.The Miami Times, will speak at a will begin at 10:30 Randall
31 through April 6 at 1603 NW after services. Sister Berta Bible Speaks to You program, public meeting to be held in a.m. You arewecometocomeand Wynell Turner, pastor

54th St. Slogan: "It Can BeDone" i Childs, women day chairman. hear over station WMBM will Gainesville, Fla., Saturday, worship with us. District reporterThe
Ushers Board No. 3 will be present the first part(f"Eas- March 29. The speach is in Please bring lenten boxes. Union will con-
at the
For further information I in charge of the Sunday School ter Revelance Today" Sunday conjunction with a proclamation There will be a dinner sale Star vene Bright Morning

691-5041, 635-1053 or 691- Auxiliary Class next Sunday. March 30, 1:45: p.m. program sponsored by the after service. FWBC, beginning March
9868. BTU is held every Sunday Fifth Church of Christ, Baha'is of Gainesville during Easter Sunday morning ser- 27-30,1455 NW 53rd St.

Bishop S. White Is the founder at 6 p.m. Prayer services Is Scientist, 1600 NW 54th St. the month of April. The sub- vices will start at 5 a.m. Con- There will be a program

and general bishop. The held every Tuesday at 8 p.m. welcomes you to attend our ject of his talk will be "Re- tinue to pray for our sick and I of Friday night, April 4 behalf
the 2
public is invited to attend. Let us pray for all. services. ligion for Modern Man." shut-ins. No. Ushers' Board.


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FIRST BAPTIST ST. LUKE MT. TABOR

BROWNSVILLERev. Rev. James Hendon, pastor E' ,

W. M. Davis, pastor Rev. L. J. Lee, pastor Alzeina Pinkney,reporter

Donella Turner, reporterThe Sunday will be a special day: Sunday, March 23, marked ., ; .yv i'
pastor wishes to expresshis for the Missionaries at St. another milestone in the his- y rs rr

sincere thanks to the mem- Luke. tory of Mt. Tabor The, occasion ._
bers and friends for helpingto The morning speaker will was the termination of

make his anniversary a suc- be Mrs. Howard Gibbs of Ken- our Women's Day drive.

cess. Special thanks to Rev. dall, she isa member of Grace Our morning speaker, Mrs. : kf

R. C,Solomon,Rev.J.E. Mur- Episcopal Church and have Marie S. Carl was most dy- 1 : 7
worked with the namic she unfolded the role 4 d
ray, Rev. P. W, Wiggins, and evangelistic as
Rev. 0. W. Foster and their progra m for a number of: of Christian women as they ,

congregations. We were also years. She will speak from the orbit the great society.

inspired by a sermon from subject: "Christ's Entry Into During the evening worship,

Rev. C. C. Davis, brother ofpastor Jerusalem.The a unique program was pre-
Rev. Davis. public is Invited to sented. The crowning of Mrs.

Words cannot express our come and worship with us. Mt. Tabor was a special fea-

feelings to the workers in the Parents please send your ture at this time. Mrs. Bessie

dining room., May God bless children to Easter rehearsal Powell, a captain representing -

all of you. Saturday at 3 p.m. There will the planet ,Neptune "Was
Don't forget Sis. Whitehead also be a sale at the church crowned Mrs. Mt. Tabor for ., ._ "n__""" _"''''

will sell pies at the church for the benefit of the junior 1969. She raised the highest The pink Carnation Circle held its appreciation dinner at the Howard

Saturday. To all sick we wish church.ST. amount in this drive which was Johnson's Motor Lodge on Alton and Arthur Godfrey Roads, Miami Beach, on

you a speedy recovery. LUKE ADDRESS 66000. Congratulations are Sunday, Feb. 23. The circle has 18 members and each member was allowed
163 NW 59th StreetANNOUNCEMENT in order for Mrs. Powell, and
three guests.. The menu consisted of your hearts desire with all the trimmingsand
may she have a most spiritual
ZION HILL and thrilling reign. drinks of your choice. Mr. C. C. Miller is president, Mrs. Josephine Mal-

Rev. James Pickett, pastor The drive was spearheadedunder vice president and Mr. J. D. McKinnon is business manager. Honorary mem- _

There will be a tea at' the the leadership of Mrs. bers are Mrs. Gussie Dobbs and Mrs. Sallie Collins. The circle was organizedin

church Sunday sponsored by The Ushers'Federation Association Willie Mae Cooper, chairmanand 1961 Photo by Johnson of Miami.

Sister Robinson,refreshments of Miami will spon- Mrs. Claretha B. Cook,

will be served,from 4-6 p.m. sor a Tea Sunday afternoon, co-chairman. The women wish ---
March 30 from 4:00 6:00. to thank all who participatedin
Dinners are being sold
at This tea will be held at Greater making the drive a tremendous I
the church
every Saturday ,
New Macedonia M. B. C.,, financial success. The
2385 NW 60th St., phone 633- Ij
5685. 3165 NW 56th St. total amount raised to date is

Rev. Jones will render ser; The speaker for the occasion 7070. j
will be Mrs. Mytrice The youth choir cordially
vice for one of the captainson
this Friday night. Our Murry, a member of Greater invite the general public to its
New Macedonia. Fashion Extravaganza on Sunday -
chairman Sister Robinson is
Let us come out and hear March 30, at 3 p.m. Do-
asking all members to pleasepay
this woman who is considered nation $1.00. Please come out
assessment on Wo-
your one of Macedonia's great- and support the effort.SHILQH l
men's
Day.Barbecue.
est women. ,
is sold
every Deacon Edwin Ramsey
Friday night at the church. ,
president Deacon W. L.
Let us remember the sickand ; Rev. A. M.Griffin,pastor i

shut-ins.' Prayer service Lightbourn, vice president; Cheryl English, eporter 4 I
Willie J. Beard reporter
;
every Tuesday night visitorsare Our Annual Homecoming
Rev. Roscoe Jackson
pastor.
always welcome toattend.FRIENDSHIP will be the fourth Sunday In

April, Rev. Roscoe Jacksonand
congregation of New

ST., MARY'SRev. Macedonia Baptist Church will Old' Fashion Day At Mt. Calvary m

Rev. J. E. Jenkins pastor be in charge of the service.
Our Ministers and Deacon H. V. Stuart, pastor Easter rehearsal will be Sunday is "Old Fashion" the morning services dinners Baptismal services Sunday

Union working under the Jurisdiction Lenten Banks are to be returned each Monday, Thursday and church Where: at the churchon will be served. Bring your at 5:30 Please pray for, the

of the Seaboard Baptist during Sunday School, Saturday 4:30 p.m. the hill. Wear your gar- shouting shoes, and let's have sick and the shut-in., I
Association of Florida, Prizes will be awarded to the Easter Sunrise service will ments of yester-year. After church like It used to be.

will convene with the Macedonia child having highest be Easter Sunday morning at

M. B. C. In! Pompano, amount in their bank. All day 5 a.m. Rev W. E. Sims will
Rev. F. W. Wilson, pastor, joint choirs and joint usher preach. Daughter Elks Prepares For State Association I

March 29, at 7 p.m. he!is asking boards will serve. Friday, at 8 p.m. Choir No.

all choirs and ushers to Our annual Palm Sunday 2 rehearsal.The By ROSALYN HICKS of finance will be Dt. Vashti which the members and

be present.We procession will leave the pastor Is asking the entire Armbrister. This week the friends enjoy. Lovely Dt. Ar-
are looking forward to church at 3 p.m. All members church to go with him the Among the many items on temple salutes Dt. Marie lene Miller along with Dt.

attending the State Baptist and friends are welcometo fourth Sunday In April to Jor- the program of the DaughterElks White the founder, organizerand Catherine May recording sec-

Convention in Pensacola in join with us.. dan Grove Baptist, Rev.Cook, of Greater Miami TempleNo. mother of Greater Miami retary and Dt. Madie Smith
We are thankful to God to 769 is the annual Elks As-
April as our pastor will preachthe pastor. Temple Daughter Elks No.769 rode the' candy wagon which
lave Sis. E. K. Johnson in sociation which will
John I. Ross hour. Women's Day is the fourth conveneIn 1944 1969.Birthday was a sell out within hours.A .
We are praying for all the church with us on Sunday. Let Sunday In May, Sis. Louise Lakeland, Florida. A bus
greetings to Dt.
sick and shut-ins and visitors us prepare for our Good Friday Knapp, chairman and Sis.Ella will leave on Sunday, April 13 all salute to the brothers of
Addle Screen and daugh-
services' on April 4 at 12 at 5 a.m. from the home of
cochairman.The Atlas 308 who
are always welcome to our Elam. Lodge so gra-
ters whose comes
birthday
services. noon. Continue to pray and No. 1 Ushers' Board the Dt. Ruler, 743 NW 63rd ciously adopted the Greater
all sick and shut-ins. Street the fare to Lakeland and during the windy month of
visit our
:
will have a sandwich saleSat- March. Dt. Edna Davis birth- Miami daughters. The home is
urday night at the home of Sis. return is $10.00 the bus will a thing of beauty and Is being
day chairman has arranged
leave Lakeland at 11:30 p.m. '
DRAKE MEMORIAL Othell Mitchell.Let enjoyed.
NEW MT. MORIAH us remember to visit giving everyone a full day to quite a celebration.

Rev. J. W. Dunn, pastorN. and pray for the sick and meet friends and attend the Dt. Maggie Williams, Dt. All members are requestedto
T. Green, reporterThe Rev. A. L. Shipp, pastor shut-ins. memorial ,service ,and all Evelyn Carter, Dt. Belle Mul- check with Dt. Wilhemenia
men along with the Evelyn Souter, reporterThe other features of the associa- drow, Dt. Cora ''Ingrain Dt. Engram pertaining to the Elks

chairmen Bro. TrIpp, Bro. No. 2 Choir want to CHRISTIAN tion. For reservations make Pearl Ward,,Dt. Rosa Moore Insurance it's'a must. Three

Brooks and Bro. Rains thank ,thank 'Rev. S, Atchison, I st. FELLOWSHIP them now by calling' Dt. Alto and Dt. Carlee Daniels are dollars to jolii'and $5.00 per

the members and friends for Matthews Freewill,'Choir No. Screen 757-7467 or 3774212or : among the outstanding daugh- year the 'latter can be paid

helping; to make their day a 2, Deacon J. Jenkins, DeaconJ. Rev P. S. Brown, pastor call Dt. Willie Harris 757- ters of their temple. quarterly at the rate of $1.25in
spiritual and financial suc Johnson, Choir No. 1, other M. L. Nixon, reporter 3577. advance. it's much easierto
who Many thanks from the choir Dt. Sybil Boggis continuesto
choirs and appeared -
groups The financial report from by the
cess.Mr. sent donations 'and all and usher board to the friends, prepare delicious food pay year.,
Daniel Francis of or all clubs will be reported on
Bethel AME, our morning others who participated dur- visitors and members for April 9th a gala time will beheld
speaker and Mr. Rollin John- ing their 19th anniversary, to making the tea an outstanding assisting' the chairman

son West minister Presby- make it a success. event.
terian, our evening speakerwere Joint rehearsal for Choirs Easter practice is now in Training Jobs Open Now
Send the children
and us food 1 and 2 will be April 1, at session.
dynamic gave regularly to rehearsals. TEMPLEThe -<

for thought. 8 pm. Come to prayer meeting F.S.E.S REPORT:
to attend on r Our monthly I conference 2 Choir Bir-
You invited Mrs.
are each Thursday night at the No. If you have no experience but want to work-here Is an
3 at 8
Palm services. Don'tforget April p.m. will
die Hunter president
Sunday for the sick, home of Deacon George Wash- opportunity to work and learn a new trade.All you have to
the sick and shut-ins. Please pray sing Sunday night at New Be-
do Is for
shut-ins and world peace. ington.A apply a Job at the Employment Service office
-- thel Church for the
Baptist
welcome. day and night dinner sale listed below,
BIBLE CHURCHOF Visitors are always session of the Minis-
and bazaar will be at the homeof closing ((1) A NW area employer has a Job opening for a material
Union oi
GOD ters and Deacons
Bro. Harold Sharpe, 3274 handler. Experience is not necessary, but you must be
Bishop E. E. Rahming, pastor MILLROCK M.B. NW 49th St., Saturday, April Atlantic Coast Baptist Asso- able to handle heavy material. The starting salary is $2.10 .

Shirley Cooper, reporterThe 12. Come or call for deliveryNE ciation.All members of the singing an hour for a 7:00 to3:30p.m.shift, Monday through Fri-
pastor and members Rev. Andrew Jackson,pastor 4-1465. day.
invite you to be with us in our The pastor Is reminding the groups are ,urged to attend (2) We have an opening for a store laborer. ExperienceIs
PILGRIM RESTRev. joint rehearsal on Friday night
union services Friday at 8 members that the Ministers not necessary. You will fill cans with paint and will
p.m. Our Missionary will be and Deacons Union will begin James Nelson, pastor in preparation for Easter ser- also fill special orders. The starting salary is $65.00 a

in charge of the services. Thursday night, March 27. He Myrtice Hicks, reporterThe vices. Parents are also re- week, for an 8 to 5 p.m. shift, Monday through Friday.
Sunday the young people will Is asking all for support.Wewere church at large will attend quested to'send their childrenout ((3) A local"Miami employer has a j job opening for a
time to the
render a musical program, at proud of our visitors the, Ministers and Dea- on prepare maintenance mechanic helper. Some experience would be

3 p.m.with Elder Thorton con- who worshipped with us last cons Union Sunday, March 30, Easter program. helpful, but a good willing worker will be trained.The

ducting the services.The Sunday. We are saying to you convening at Springfield Bap- Mr. York Pinder, memberof starting salary is $2.00 an hour for an 8 to 4:30 p.m.
pastor Is asking all that you are always welcome tist Church, Rev. R. Walker the Male Chous, who under shift, Monday through Friday. '
host pastor Our church ser- went surgery recently at Jack
again.
members on the board of directors and do come Apply for all these Jobs at the Industrial Office Florida
son Hospital Is convalescingat ,
to for the vices will resume as usual
with him at Don't forget pray
to meet
State Employment Service 1350 NW 12th Avenue
Room
the home of a relative in ,
shut-ins.We are asking the following week.
8 businessof sick; and
p.m. Wednesday, Perrine. Our get well wishesgo 280. Employment Service offices are open,.at 8:00 am
forget all children to please be Remember to visit the sick
Importance. Don't
the'less to him and other sick mem- sharp, Monday through ,Friday
Bible class on Tuesday at 8 present Monday, March 31 at and pray for fortu-

P.m. 5 i p.m. for Easter; rehearsal. nate. bers.


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I Fashion Show At EvergladesHotel Market Developers Coconut



SaturdayGirl Organize HereThe Grove BYDARLENE

watchers, and many National Association of JACKSONHighlights ,rJ"rWv
girls, will be happy to know Market Developers, with it's J
the mini skirt will be aroundat national office in Atlanta has
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least for another season.So recently organized a local 1' "" 5
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says fashion expert chapter in the Miami area. : 1
Fleetwood price, sales and / .. IN OUR SCHOOLS
Louise Riley of Miami, whose :, :
Finish and Modeling Academy marketing representative for "! The Coral Gables Chorus consisting of Concert, Male and

will present its annual show the Coca-Cola Bottling Co. of \"iP: '( Girls Chorus, attended the district contest Saturday, March

and dance at the EvergladesHotel Miami, has been elected . .<'',... 22, at Miami Carol Ciy High School. Under the directionof
ball room 8 p.m. March president of the Miami chapter .t' i '\ Mrs. Juanita Rafield.

29, for the general public. Mr. Price, who was already (, \ Coral Gables Cavaliers defeated Coral park Tuesday, March
a member of the Atlanta \
\ : 18, with a 3-2 victory.
"
"The hemlines are moving chapter, stated that the pro- ". I.
downward very slowly and the .- -----.- fessionals and educators in the !.; Michale Clark: A senior of Gables High School has signed

mini--If not the micro-mini SANDRA JOHNSONThe Miami area are several years with Memphis State University.

.. will be around at least an- Louise Riley models behind other large metropolitan \ The staff of George Washington Carver Jr.High School, and

other year," said Miss Riley will feature a theme of "The cities In establishing suchan the community are saluting the entire"studentbody" for their

"pants will also continue to Shape of Springs to Come" organization." attendance at the school. Carver has been selected as thirdIn

be popular both inbellbottomand highlighting the full gamut of Garth Reeves, Sr., editorof FLEETWOOD PRICE 'the county out of 47 junior high schools with the best of at-

Increasingly In formalwear spring fashions with many The Miami Times,has been zation or a pressure group; tendance.

They give today's active original creations that elected business manager and it's functions are wholly edu- Applying for ABC Scholarship( a better chance) are: Cas-
women the freedom of move- promise to be the hit of 1969 is presently accepting appli- cational and professional.It is sandra Smith and Talbert Willis These students attend the

'ment they like, especially in and years to follow. cations for new members.Mr. a non-profit organizationwhose Carver Jr. High School. The ABC program comes out of

Florida.. Admission at the gala event Reeves is hopeful that by De- revenues are derived Boston, Massachusetts. Henry Dykes, a student of Carver Jr.

will be $3.00 per person.Door cember of 1969 the Miami from membership dues.Mem- High, has applied for the ABC scholarship and has been accepted -
Black and white will be the prizes will include a dinner chapter will have a member- bership is opened to personsand he Is studying at Mt. Hermon School for boys In Mt.
"In" colors in the months for two, a free trip for two to ship of not less than for ty organizations from the Hermon Massachusetts.

ahead in conjunction with the Freeport, Bahamas, a ladies members. Mrs. ElestineCrue field of business, industry and
wild mod colors that are now formal and a choice of any was elected secretarytreasurer. professional endeavor. The Congratulations to: Leon Leonard, Virgie Simmons,Johnny
Mae Whitehead. These students all of Schoolwon
Carver Jr. High
an Important part of the fash- garment presented during the one unifying qualification for
honorable mentions In the science fair that was held last
ion scene. evening's show. The association had it's Inception membership is an active and ,
week at the Dinner Key Auditorium.
in early 1953 and or deep concern for the effective

ganized for' the specific pur- promotion of specialized Ne-
Jack's MEN'S WEARSEE pose of improving the specia- gro market programs. Be an IN OUR COMMUNITY:
Coconut Grove has three aides
new community they are
:
lized marketing and public relations early bird, and join today!
Geraldine Wilcox Fannie Coleman and Brenda Clark
They
programs which im- The National Convention of
"MR. JACK"
have a s self-contract with the Ur-
HUD. employed
They are by
portant U. S..firms are direct.. NAMD, of which Charles H.
FOR ban of Greater Miami.
ing to the Negro consumer Boone, account executive for League

STYLES FOR ALL AGES market. Further, the associa- The Coca-Cola Company, is Home for Spring break from local colleges are: Brenda

:,.The Very' Latest in Men's Fashions tion seeks to promote an exchange president will be held at the McCafee, Veronica Hicks, Frederick Hall, Donna Scott, and

SILK MOHAIR SUITS HATS of information and experiences Shoreham Hotel in Wash- Donald Glenn.

ITALIAN SHOES among the various ington, D.C., May 20-24."The The Coconut Grove community extend their sympathy to,

individuals and firms who have Market Place and Black Mrs. Mattie Perkins, on the loss of her beloved husband, who
944 NW 2nd AVE: MIAMI, FLO IP A major professional interestin Unity" has been chosen for was well known In the area for his unselfish services In the

the field. this years theme. Plan now to community.

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be an Island, one and one alone, 6701 NW 15th Avenue
a lonely tree upon the desert's edge, 691.9151 A-l LABORNO

and be the only moss-root on a stone, IDENTITYI RAHMINGS EVERGREEN FEE PAID DAILY
the only flower on the mountain's ledge. MORTUARY Agents WantedAgents Drivers, Men with cars,

This is the deathless spirit on the earth, do not know from whence I came, 5253 754-0681 NW 7th 754.0682IMPORTEXPORT Avenue to sell The Miami housemen.Fork lift, Laborers OOMI 5130, Ware a.m.
the valiant wing In infinites of sky, My total span of life, my name; or Times are wanted all over
the solitary lift of natural birth Florida and Georgia. They -?
and shadow-fringes where the lonely cry. FLESH made of dust returns to dust: HOUSE OF 7 SEAS may be boys and girls or EMPLOYMENTRestaurant
The valiant lonely know of sorrow's face, Alpha? Omega? Futile thrust! BOUTIQUEAfroA.lan adults. Make spending Hotel
the hopeful wishing that contains the night Perfumes Fashions money. Write or call Mrs. Domestic, Factory
Jewelry
and they keep dreaming of some mortal place Knowing the tree, the stone, my kin, Arts,, Crafts Davia, 6530 NW 15th Ave., 534 N. MIAMI AVENUE
untained by the loneliness and fright.To I grope yet for my origin. 4409 NW 7th Avenue 6910421.
be one seed; one song and widowed bird,
and one last sigh and one last breath. Perchance before time was, was I DRESS SHOPS

This is the valiant lonely, God has heard. . I always was, I cannot die. 5843 PATRICIA'S NW 17th Avenue, INC.
and they shall be God's valiant after death! 696.3515 MERCHANTS WHO ADVERTISE IN THE

From racing years and shape to shape MIAMI TIMES ARE TELLING YOU THEY
Anthony Cama The life may finally escape; LORY'S FASHION SHOPS
6112 NW 7th Avenue APPRECIATE DOING BUSINESS WITH YOU.
Martin W. Smith
Black SailsAt This ego, from its house of clay THEY ARE, COURTEOUS, DEPENDABLE.

Long gone, remains God's protege . PLEASE PATRONIZE THEM!
last the sudden, siphoned whisper of the i_
winds that rippled placid edges of horizon I do not know from whence I came,

walls . and stained the liquid whitenesswith The journey's end, or my new name. WE'VE MOVED!!!

How black long sails and !lacrimosa was the journeyout Mary B. Stevenson If At TO*+*1 TO-Yj3lji f) ; kFHFB Magic City & Harlem Cabs

of the cavern's blinded eyes? I'j nllout* K3tnHMKQihi
> Operating the CI tgo Service Station
< )( *miX io TI[
Out of the abyssmal grottoes

surged black sails! Green ShootThe NATION 1501 NW 62 Sf.NE696.6400.
At last the artlc capes have stained their white
that strangled red and black and brownin bulb had lain five thousand years inert 1!
And lifeless in a dark Egyptian tomb, NEW
suffocating virgin veils.
Come the black sails! Yet planted in good earth, it was alert SPRING IS HERE
How torturous and bloody was the road, To life that stirred anew within this womb; And to are the fashions at: DRIVERS WANTED

the denigration and the ruptured vein? And so my wondering eyes in time beheldA my Full time or Part-time

At last the sea is truly free. . flower.brave green shoot, and then a fragrant dressmaker Apply at OfficeDo
bearing black sails!
What mystery, through centuries, had not
quelled 6026 NW 7th AVENUE
Cama
-Anthony The stifled urge, the sentient quickening Com in and See the

power? Tremendous Selections you have a SORE, RASH DISCHARGE?
Spring FeverWoe Alterations fast and free

And is it true that man, in like degree, with purchase of garment. IT COULD BE, YD ,
is me . The springtime comesSo Holds deep potential forces unreleased Pants & Skirts are Our
, swiftly and leaves my poorheart a flowing! Until the tides of time aniFate's decree Speciality > For confidential. information and ',
Ah! Beautiful spring time! Better than any promI Provide the setting and produce the feast? .. free treatment, Vf" ,"
have ever !known! With beautiful sounds When man has plumbed the well-springs of 1968 rM
*'* his Phone: 377-0341 -.Extenion.152
a blowing'Taking
; power SINGER? CONSOLESlightly
one's heart for free.What harm you do Green shoots of thought will crown his finest used zigzag In DADE COUNTY HEALTH 'DEPARTMENT
.
Fragrant and fragil springtime? How many hour '
stylish cabinet. Makes button
1350 NW 14th Street Miami
Do you bequile with your beauty leavingthemblue Mary B. Stevenson holes, sews on buttons, ,
? monograms,appliques,overcasts
and blind hem stitch.
All without attachments.All .
Woe is me .. The birds sing so heartfullyI No RoomThe controls built In. Full
am tempted to listen. Tempted to see
$52.20
price
or assume payments -
Their feathers flutter and to feel and wonderat sturdy little donkey did not pause of $6 monthly. For AUTO INSURANCE
all of their blessings. How then can it be As Joseph, leading, urged him on his way. free home demonstration, Immediate SR-22 Filings
That such a poor one as I can love and it They must find shelter for the night because call Credit Mgr. until 9 pm. Low Monthly Payments
No If toll
call
cannot? The Babe, to Mary, would be born that day. collect.obligation.949-8124 (,Indf)
why then is it he who makes my heart so blue? Though Joseph did his best to ease the strain AUTO TAGS DRIVERS LICENSED.
Someone above must have known what spring- The journey had been long and trying too;
time had hidden for man! Hi s loving efforts seemed to be in vain, GOODMAN & SONS
Someone knew how happy springtime would There was so very little he could do. SPECIAL SALE KEEN AUTO TAG AGENCY
make me, and also how sad; He saw the inn and headed for its door;
Same locati
for
'>n two
"To cheat and take all for free." And when he rapped,the keeper soon appeared SPRAY PERFUMES. 1 oz. generations
Then shook his head and looked the travelers copies of Fstee Louder, 2688 62nd Phone
NW ST. 691-0380
-Annie K. Martin o'er; Shalimar, My Sin, Arpegeand :
And uttered words that Joseph long had feared; Tabu. Also l genuine
"The town Is full, the inn is crowded too; GI-GI.! $1.10 each or $10 Lm :YWr

South FeverI The stable, It is all I have for you." Hioleah.dozen. 31 E. 42nd Street, COLOR AND BLACK & WHITE TV SERVICE

must go down to the south again.To .
the lonely fields and sky Grace Darling Ludwick 822-7452 STEREO RADIO TAPE RECORDER

And all I ask Is peale to take,
And freedom to let her by! / Thank Thee, GodFor VET TV

And a flags symbol, and a way to make
All extremists wake up without a sigh. skies so blue and sunsets I adore; TED FORMERLY OP JET IS NOW VET
For fragrant flowers that bloom about my P h

I must go down to the south again. door; FLORIST., 379-7735 (
For the call of my people and the mirringtide For sun and rain and for the morning dew; MIamI l'IorId& sr/or

For birds that sing and grass that grows anew 846 NW 2ND AVENUE OPEN 9 TO 9
Is wild, and a clear call that cannot be denied! I THANK THEE, GOD.
And all I ask is to stop time from flying

And to hear no more the moaning and crying! For spring and summer and for winter too; 4340 N.W. 7th A,..,.
I must go down to the south again, For giving me the strength to will and do; Millet Flald.w. PROTKCY YOUR FURNITURK
And make things right for man! For placing me in circumstances kind; o'ce WITHOUT HIDING ITS BEAUTY
I must go down to the south again: Amen! For giving me such hope and peace of mindI e CUSTOM MADE ifi
THANK TIIEE, GOD. PLASTIC FURNITURE '<.
1 SLIP COVERS

Martin Luther King Jr. For heaven and earth and all that lies between; t cmm CIIAIHIAVT
all around I have A CAUGIe
For beauty me seen; LONG LAsTING
KillerDear For friends and loved ones in whose heartsI nil muiTANT
And The e 'uuUAIAMTIIO
.... 4t;
live; .a q eYFe
Martin, wherever you may be For Christ who came and taught me to forgive, IMMUU HIM*
.. '
You had a dream, that made us free. I THANK THEE, GOD. o. weer .MfltllllIII(NIP INS T 1e ,, a
I know that killer is sorry any way WE WfRE FLOWERS "p..UN'MUII" /III ISTIMAYts y
But the Bible says, "Thou shell not kill". For Holy Spirit who will be my guide VIMTI! SPECIALIZING CALL
ANYWHERE e rii 'fI" IN PLASTIC o.r os
He'd better pray And daily manner for my soul provide; SUP COVERS NI6Nr
Now he is in prisonI For God who makes my earthly life completeAnd EXCLUSIVELY
Cod. 305
am glad to say whom in heaven I hope some day to meetI House ol Cretehen
I hope he'll be put away. THANK THEE, GOD. 754-8061

Call 24 hour service
anytime -
_Ronald Rodgers Grace Darling Ludwick 758-4371 374-5082
Grade 4, F. C. Martin Elem.

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30 THE MIAMI TIMES, Friday, March 28, 1969


Postal Worker High On




ole After Pfnfa. Visit"A Lindsley LumberCleiw1'fiE



self-help. Jobtrainingpro

g ram, conceived by TH OURcfiNNUALMl.
Blacks, operated by Blacks,
and for Blacks."

That is the way A.L.Ayers, b GREEN THUMB

Jr., sums up the principlesand
purposes of the Oppor- J
tunities Industrialization ,t -:: <. : '.;: ,

ter, Inc. of Dade County, a !
designation difficult to remember -

and awkward to pronounce ,1. I

and better known as ,
UTILITY
QIC. Choice of: ;'
Mr. Ayers knows whereofhe STORAGE ROOM
'
of the directors '.'
speaks. As one c 6'66FERTILIZEROR .
ooh
of the newly formed New Interior
OIC, he was one of tho mem- COW OR SHEEP MANURE riding ramp
bers of a team that recently W.ath.rllqhlonrlapplnq I
visited Philadelphia where the A. L. AYERS : kpan.ls
it"w The nutural manurt art dthydraltd t
revolutionary concept of OIC tional training. No one.will be It: sltnlUtd. pulvtrlttd and w..d tr*.. Prttturccoat
6 6 6((30'. organic) it mad by a quaranlttd HniihHomotol I
was originated. accepted as a trainee until \GThe: .. .a I. d" In the industry for floor"Contemporary" i t
'
Speaking with a n almost there is a Job for him. That f9Uy ori.
evangelical fervor, Mr.Ayers will be strong motivational ( STYLI
declares that the OIC will be- factor. \'I' BIG 6x5 FOOT

come "the greatest thing that \:- H 1ffr:

; ever happend in Dade Countyas "We recognize, of course, '. r. I
far as the Black" communityis that Dade does not have as {;13 W: tioo... 01'S"'L Mud'-
concerned. And
profound broad an economic and indus- sss
belief and effort count as they trial base but ,1 ; ' RIC 1W \ ttS
as Philadelphia: > ? .
. should, his vision willbecomea we are determining what skills '" \..". ,',,'

reality.Mr. are needed through a feasibility ::,. \h'1 : ,/" t sf".
Ayers,a veteran career study now underway," he ;.'1H :/: .J;4.Yt .5

employee of the Miami Postal said. "The program here must 1X2 INCHPRESSURE partment, is a realist be geared to Dade conditions." '
enough to fully recognize the TREATED \\; :t4 ''1.:. GardenHAND "

amount of spade work ahead. Mr. Ayers sees not con- YELLOW PINE BOARDS ". TOOLS
"We are making progress," flict at all between the Dade 'i&f' : HEDGE SHEARS /

Mr. Ayers, says. "Right now, OIC and the various federal ""' \:-:; )> 8.In. hollow "5" 5
we are in the midst of a fund Job training programs. They e i ;, \ \ Treated with FCAP-A ( Jtf! ';,,1.f ground blade ,! \

raising campaign, which we will, he says, 'complementone \., .\'.. \ Chrome Arsenal $ : : CRASS SHEARS'k' /" }
,
will culminate with \\ FIUOrt' '''''
hope an : Bladot fully hardtntd
p" t
another with OIC filling in Type A). Protects it '
OIC Day on April 13. Allcivic '/..'.:.0 Ij. Umptrcd and hollow
a present "
gap.
dry rot and termite qround.
organizations and churches in ',&(' p-
PRUNING SHEARS
the Black community are being I RUN FOOT .: Blade It high carbon
asked to participate." Rrg. S,05h ; ; ill hardtntd and tempered. '
.
"At present, OIC is operating TOOTHACHEDon't y 17. and Longer ;

from temporary head- 2.I. iq & .," ., A,
quarters at 6740 N.W. 15th suffer -rellevi r ;#! 't', '> .
pain in seconds is millions do with : s: $314"CYPRESS" i .. "
Avenue, but are in the processof ORA-IEL. Many dentists recommend s,
&f.
.h. ," "": ; ) .
for using ORAJEL until you get '' .f"'f' '/?:, :,. ....
securing a building per- : 'f. .
professional treatment. ; : ;j-i{. V' . < ; ( /"
"
manent use. Another sign of ; : ,.,, '" "

progress Is that our executive ora-jel CIS?, .r # 4 ? S
director, Samuel Moncur,is in 84IN. HIGH : :: ':: .,: f =""NF

training at the .OIC center in ,.i : ..
Philadelphia. CLOTHESLINEPOLES > :; ;; ,
1 . STOCKADE FENCE $
enthusiasm
Mr. Ayers' t4 ;;..' ,: P
mounts when he tells of his 'i : Go West for the newest ,
:! 'f; '.',,\ ,
two-day Intensive study of the [ ',. decor in a "holiday" /
MERSO! 'I.
GALVANIZED T-TYPE treatment for r
OIC operation in Philadelphia, Lfj : your
and words from his : lawn and garden! .
trip
3.loot length. Croiionni have rJ ,.' Select CYPRESS '
tongue, especially when he TEL E VISI O line hook for line IIn... I'.. PAIR pickets! Cypress the 4 t l
mentions its founder, the Rev. inch O.D heavy poet Regular $8.69 WOOD-ETERNAL! ; Itt {
Dr. Leon H. Sullivan. ,... k t
8-Ft. x 5-Ft. Sections
"Make no mistake about it," GALV. CLOTHESLINE rE k. (

he says, "OIC is not a vison- 1 pf pfham 59J $89 $5'
PROPS x: :" S
ary thing. It is a proven
sucess in Philadelphia and fur :

' ther evidence of that is that {'i ,.; ...:: Reg. $15.98,

cf the idea has spread across the .. i, ,,:. _. ..... "
. .. . :<::
nation and nearly 100 cities ';, . '"..". ,\' ',*.T1KkiJi, V .-.:. '.,,'. "", .': "' ,;.t' .,".7" ,. ', ' '
either have full developed 4 \ ';

units or they are under de !! !! ,..,,,,. ; ;, a tv :;, '; : Yl, .
velopment." R Ifta

The concept began, Mr. I
Ayers explains, when Dr. MODEL 11P50A WITH
Sullivan led a boycott against
Lindsley\i'Lumber
PRIVATE LISTENING
many of Philadelphia's lead-
Ing companies for not hiring EARPHONE
Negroes in anything more than
menial jobs. The barriers $5.00 "
STORES
were broken, but it soon was MIAMI-DADE
N found that only a few of that Open Sundays till 2 P.M. LindsleyRBCStores

cities' thousands of jobless DOWN 3505 NW 79th Street-Ph.696-2810 1635 N.W.28th St.-Ph 635-4511 alsolocated
Negroes had the necessary N.W. 7th Ave.& 127th St-Ph. 681.7471 2160 SW 27th Ave.-Ph.443.7432
skills to hold the Jobs which NW 27th Ave.at 179th SI.-Ph. 6210544) 812 S.W.12th Ave.-Ph. 374.5108 in
Call :
949-3537
14300 11.W.27th Ave.-Ph.688-6523 401 N E. 167th St.-Ph.
opened up. 8820 Bird Road Ph.221-8311 HIALEfu. 1295 W.49th SI.-Ph. 821.2150
Key West ((2 Stores)
751-5629 4300 Ponce de Leon_Ph. 4437461 PERR'.>cS.: Dixie Hwy.-Ph 238 5535HOMESTtAD
It was at this point, Mr. 496 N E. 79th St.-Ph. 757-4571 : 632 Washington Ave.-Ph.2476813MIAMI Islamoroda
Ayers recalls, that Dr. Sullivan NO CREDIT S.Dixie Ludlam Road-Ph 661.1672 STORES BELOW, CLOSED SUNDAYS TravernierFort
evolved the idea that it REQUIRED 5891 S.Dixie Hwy-Ph.661-5361 660 N.E.96th St.-Ph.759-2431 Pierce
.. 3817 NW. 17th Ave.-Ph,633-8218 16160 Biscayne Blvd.-97-4711
was not up to the employersto Cocoa
train the unskilled and the BROW ARD COUNTY STORES Open Sundays till 2 P.M. Daytona Beach

so-called unemployables, but W.HOLLYWOOD: 1800 N.State Road 7-Ph.989.6850 LAUDERDALE 219 N.W. 1st Ave.-Ph. 522.7411 Tampa ((5 Stores)
that It should be done by Negroes ALSO: HOLLYWOOD: SOl N.21 Ave.-Ph 922.5624 POMPANO BEACH: 142 S.W. 1st Ave.-Ph 9420900FT ) Largo
I OAKLAND PARK: 1099 Oakland Park Blvd.-Ph.5656761 ,LAUDERDALE. 800 N.E 3rd Ave.-Ph.522.2512
i themselves. The concept FURNITURE LAUDERDALE 2900 W. Broward Blvd.-Ph. 581.3900 *(1FT. lAUDIHOALI STORE CLOSED SUNDAY Pinellas Park

was that they should be APPLIANCES EXPORT DIVISIONS ROOF TRUSS PLANT St. Petersburg
given the opportunity for in-
dustrilization and that became STEREOS e MIAMI: 1635 N.W.28th St.-'".S33-G 1 03 MIAMI: 14300 N.W.27tk Ave.-6884533

the name of the program.

NO MONEY D !
"The Dade OIC will be r
patterned after Philadelphia'sof W.T. WELLS

course," Mr. Ayers said. COMPANY
"Briefly put, trainees will be BUY NOm PAY LATER
given pre-vocational trainingand 45 K. W. 54th Street

then be moved into a Miami, Florida 33127
"Feeder Program"for placement -
later or further voca-

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I 1 Dade School Cost Per '.. ,,, '. 4! "
I". 'foti,
I I II f .! :it \
f' '
Welfare J
1 Dade Rights 1 1I ,, Q.W; oi '


I I Movement Statement 1 I 1 1I Pupil is $610

Dade public school enroll- ployed next year, onethirdof
I: Of Purpose I ment will jump more than ten them male.

per cent in the next four years, Other points. brought out by
it Is estimated by the 15 annual .the report:
We, as a newly formed organization'of Poor people, are
statistical report of the school Mathematics topped all
comprised of welfare recipients and other poor people. We
system. other sub jects in pupil failures
because of the State's
have organized failures these
failures are: gross ; Newly released by Superin- with 10.4%, while tenth grade
tendent Edward L. Whigham, barely edged first grade for
(1) Employees of the Department of Welfare continue to fail
the report forcasts a peak the highest percentage of
the human of Welfare
to recognize dignity a applicant and recipient -
pupil membership of 257,500in pupils not promoted, with
by continuing practices of harrassment intimidation
the 1972-73 school year. 8.15%. # lf
insults.
and
This would be an increase of The cost of operating Dade G.W. Carver Jr. High School
(2)) The State of Florida and its counties have demonstrated 23,460 over this year's pro- schools, per pupil In average I
that they are not concerned about damage done to human jected peak of 234,040 for Dade daily attendance leaped last Wins Press Project Award
beings which result in human costs.Florida's position in wel- already the nation's seventh year to $670. The per-pupll
fare is not one of which we can be proud. Florida has a per largest school system. cost for Florida is estimatedat These students of G. W. Second row: Cleveland Wilson,
capita income of $2,250 placing It 30th among the 50 States. Information encompasses $554. and for the nation at Carver Jr. High School were Himey Rainey, EarlSpratling,
Yet in public assistance the latest HEW figures placed Florida pupils, personnel, services, $619. Five years ago Dade's responsible for the "Carver Connie Brown, Louverne
48th followed only by Alabama and Mississippi. The U. S. and financing In the 58-page pupil cost of operating schoolsIn Clarion", being a first placeJr. Cratit, Darry Green, Sharon
average AFDC payment 41.85. Floridaaverage-. This report, compiled by the school ( ADA) was $409.A High state winner in the Troy Third row: Valerie
means that the children receiving aid are given less than $1.00 system's Department of Ad- total of school buildingsnow annual school press project Lyles, Tanya Strachan,
per day to meet all needs.This is 45% less than the U. S. Gov- ministrative Research. It in use exceeds $153,000, sponsored by the D a d e- Mon- Yvonne Hope, Beverly
ernments own poverty standard.The U.S.Department of'Agri- deals primarily with the 1967- 000. This is $8.8 million more ,roe Tuberculosis and Respiratory Mitchell, Sandra Dawson,
culture reports that $1.00 per day Is the minimum needed for 68 school year.Welcome than capital cost in the pre- Disease association. Henry Williams, Stewart
food alone. The proposed 69.70 budget would raise this figure new addition the vious report. The table servesas The "Clarion" press pro- Jones, Melvin Parks,Johnnie
only to 28.39. The average general assistance payment In the annual booklet is the 1968-69 a fine directory, and thereIs ject, along with three others Mae Whitehead, Shirley Bo-
U. S. >is 31.61. Florida Is one of only nine states in the nation salary for a teacher with a a county map bound in from Dade County, has been gan, Mrs. Bernice Sawyer,
which provides no general assistance. Bachelor's degree Is now $6, Dade schools graduated forwarded to the national Tu- sponsor. Fourth row: Mr.Col-
(3)) The failure of the State of Florida recognize the pooras 650. The holder of a doctoratecan 11,895 students in 1968, with berculosis Respiratory Disease zie, co-sponsor; Bernice Saw-
equal citizens, by refusing to appoint welfare recipient rep- earn up to $12,374. girls outnumbering boys by association In New York yer, Jennie Mond,Andrea Mc-,
resentatives on Welfare Advisory Boards, by passing prohibi Instruction took the biggestbit only 165. Miami Senior had the for nation-wide judging. Gahee, Polie Poitier, Greg-
tory sales taxes which prove to be an unequal burden on the of the budget, 64/9%. It largest Commencement, with First row: LonnieHill,Walter ory Jenkins, Effle Patterson,
poor, the least able to pay, and failure to Implement Federal is estimated that 9,800 class- 513 of each sex for a total of Thomas, Diane Simmons, Renita Ross, Shelrebe Hud-
programs which benefit the poor such as the Federal Food room teachers will be em- 1,026 graduated. Nadine Thomas, MarvinScott. son.THE .
plan Medicaid.

(4)) And, further, the callous and cavalier attitude the State
and Local Divisions have toward Welfare Recipients by falling
to grant full 100% assistance to recipient, for what the agency
determines to be needs. Only 60% is allowed although other
income is not available or Is allowed to be used as a supple-
ment. Grow'em I Id

Therefore, on December 4, 1968, we poor, with represen-
tatives from Homestead, Perrine, Goulds, South Miami, LIb-
erty City, Edison-Little River, Brownsville, Opa-locka, and
downtown Miami joined into the Dade Welfare Rights Move-
ment. We organized: 'th. a Charter in a form or a union,
with dues paying on a monthly basis. We are securing affiliation -
with the National Welfare Rights Organization at 1762

Corcoran Street, N.W.:, Washington, D. C. We shall follow the ,
,example of our sister organization, the Alachua County Wel- "
fare Rights Union, which, by direct action, lobbying, and agi- Ift w I r
tation, have won a Commodity Food" Distribution Program,anda "," "#' rm it I

Out-Patient Health Clinic Tor' the poor and indigent.Our ,, .
purpose is to demand nothing except adequate Income,
dignity, justice, and democracy. We shall associate all per-
sons who are welfare recipients and poor for the betterment
of their economic and social welfare.

Although, we are a non-profit agency, we plan to use our
constitutional rights to the fullest extent In direct action, agi- Strc.9j'F.
I Ir
tation and petitioning.Like .

a Union, (1)) we seek the right to form a welfare recipients -
organization without intimidation, (2) we seek to be
recognized by public agencies and private agencies as repre-
sentatives Welfare Recipients and poor people,and(3)that we

seek negotiation and agreements from public and private agen- '-/'" ,
cies for their acceptance of our demands and requests.We c. .'

have joined with our other sister organizations In the <<
State such as the Alachua County Welfare Rights Union, which It
has the same purposes, and constituency, to form a Florida
Welfare Rights Organization. Its Action Committee is planning I'f '
a state-wide march and memorial service In Tallahassee,
to serve the principles for which Dr. Martin Luther King, Jr.
died. This action shall occur on April 8, 1969, at this time, A
,we shall submit a Legislative Proposal to the Florida Legis

lature. ),, r.Y
w
There are 200 lobbyists representing all groups except poor ,

people. We shall have our own lobbyists.We . I;
guarantee our own leadership Development,selfdirection : ':
.
and decision making. We shall make our own policies. / i" ,i; .
However, we welcome advice. We Invite assistance. j.' 'i' '
We desire that both on a State level and here In Dade ? ; '

County, an organization be formed of concerned friends. It ..," 4 f ..
would be called the Friends of Welfare Rights or Supportersof ':f i ""ti"I
Welfare Rights, or, such as in Cleveland, Ohio, it could be
called the Coalition for Welfare.No I.

matter what such a group Is called, it would have the \ ,,
purpose of a friend. tt should offer advice,which would benefit -
the Dade Welfare Rights Movement, for its plans for a ., 4 j
march In Miami, on Good Friday It should help raise the .
funds, such as on Welfare Sundays In the churches, which a s- :n Ir.Gil '
would defray the expenses of the Welfare Mothers for participating s .....
: in the March In Tallahassee. By helping pay for travel

expense, food, medical expenses, and babysitting expenses.
"
Such a committee should have representatives for socially

concerned groups, churches, and others. It should have a .il "
;
to,
Treasurer to receive funds and an Executive Committee .!
appraise the expenditure for said funds. ':

We are on Welfare. We are poor. But we are not ashamed.We '''' '. '' "''.; .;f :. ,:.. ;
are proud and stand tall in human dignity. We shall inherit : ( 'f
the world. We picking up our beds to demand that SJ '( l-.f "' '
are .
our basic needs are satisfied. We shall not allow Florida to :; .':: < ; 3] Y I" :; '
which Is designed pur- .. '
continue the,present welfare system .: 1q"1V''f\' :\' I
portedly to save money rather than people while In practice :' / '" j,': '1<'
: ; y
tragically, saves neither. Tombin, vice ",' , /' ,. '
Mrs. Gladys Taylor, president; Mrs. Lovene
President, Mrs.Velma Baker,secretay; Mrs. Mary Lee Pope,
treasurer; Mr. John Due, Esq. Legal Services Program,inc.,
advisor.



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" ....... -The with 51.Two new meet records

= vMV ai.J'Y y'm tf .. Florida A&M Baseball team were set and one tied duringthe I PHIL DIXON;)
made a clean sweep of the 19th meet. '
BY HARRY Florida A&M's Kent School-
Annual FAMU Sports Carnival - - ------ -- - - -
r by ending the last game field nosed out FSU's Mike
YOUR SPORTS EDITOR AN EYE WITNESSIt with a no-hitter by Kenneth Kelly in the 440 intermediate How fast can Gerald Tinker run? How far can Larry Light-
Hinnart. hurdles with a new record of foot throw the discus; and how far can Ted Bennent throw the

happened during an exhibition game between the Baltimore After hitting the lead off 527. Schoolfield also held the shot? The answers, I'm waiting on. Gerald will be pushing.the
Orioles and the Cincinnati Reds Sunday afternoon, March 16 batter in the top of the first old record time of 5400. Kelly rest of the track season; but Lightfoot Bennent will find it
at the Miami Stadium. Brooks Robinson fouled a ball back into and a throwing error that led tied a record set by School- hard to find in competition.
the stands between home and first base. The usual scrambleto to the A&T's only score. Hin- field in the 120 yard high hur- Killian, even though it's a small school will have fun in the
grab the elusive 1 souvenir was frustrating, because a nart settled down to pitch no dles with a 14.5 mark. open quarter and the relays. A good friend of mine is coach-

powerful looking uniformed policeman snared the ball.+Then, hit ball the rest of the game ing the team, and he says he has one thing going desire. This
as he strolled along the lower tier he was greeted with loud with nine strikeouts and per- Ken Misner, FSU's distance would be beautiful; but for the thing of ability. A whole, lot of
and long and raucaus cat calls. He was deaf to the verbal fect control allowing no walks. runner set a new time In the kids I know, have the ability; but contact. For the fun of it,

abuse ''until he came to the young black boy, seated on the A&T starter Robert Cummings mile run with individual a 420.2: effort.stand- I just might set up to negotiate for high school and college
The instantly turned to cheers as Another but it will be business basis.A .
aisle in a wheelchair. jeers allowed only three hits of players; on a
the cop gave the happy lad the precious ball. .This was one and all three came off the bat out was Vinson Matthews group of kids, and they are my camping buddies invitedme
of the warmest gestures of smart public relations I ever wit- of Rattler shortstop Ulysses Johnson C. Smith. Matthewswas to their rally last week. It was fun, inspirational and de-
medal winner in
nessed. After Sgt. Bill Ogle gave him the ball, good hearted Wilson who had a perfect day a gold member of finately educational, in case you have not been a guest of a
hall of famer Max Carey autographed it for him, also quite a the Olympics as a group of teenagers, you have never lived. A lot of people including -
at the plate including the
number of the Orioles ball players sitting in the stands, fol- game Rat- the U. S. Mile Relay team. He myself thought there is a generation gap between now
winning homerun. The
the 22 dash and was
lowed suit, and sending the youngster home happy with a big won yard and then. There is notl! What the people in my generation and
tlers 8-0 the
are now on sea-
smile. Sgt. Ogle "was praying for a foul to be hit near him." the anchor man in the 440 re- older have to do is to teach"young people "pride"! not only in

His prayers were answered. Sgt. Ogle had the misfortune to son.In earlier baseball games lay. what they have done; but what they are doing and what they intend -
be injured during last summer's riot. He received: a broken to do.
during the day, FAMU defeated In golf, the Rattlers led a
back and is still recuperating from it. He's an'old timer on Alabama state 6-4, and field of seven with a score of With baseball season (the pros) starting soon, I started
the police force.SPRING. Southern University shut out 161.5. Ft. Valley State and AI- working on my forecast of how the finish will be. As soon asI

Alabama St. and N.C.A&T5-0 bany State were second and get a chance to visit the other camps in Florida, ril come up
TRAINING DRAWING TO CLOSEThe and 4-0 respectively.In third with scores of 172.5 and with an idea. This time of the year, everybody looks like a'

the track and field events, 176.7 respectively. Low man winner; but there are certain things that happen that give the
Orioles are leading the grapefruit league with a 12-2 the Rattlers place third in total for the golf meet was Matthew whole thing away. Speaking of baseball, all of the new rules
record. They are loaded with talent including the rookies. points with 42. Johnson C. Turner of South Carolina State don't seem to be working too well. There has been a lot of

I don't see how they can miss if their pitching holds out. Hope Smith University of Charlotte, with a 145 mark followed by confusion Involving the rules so far. I'm glad that they will

you don't think I am being skeptical, as I have watched them N.C., led all teams with 521/2 Ronald Frazier of FAMU witha only be used during the exhibition season. They all aren't
all through spring training.Frank Robinson is showing no signs followed close by Florida StateA 148. bad, just that a couple of them need to be forgotten, rather than
,of his last year's Injuries, and really pounding the ball, along experimented with.
with Paul Blair, Brooks Robinson and the rest of the team. The track teams of South Florida will get their first look
This is your last chance to see them in action this week. Thisis Intergrated Group Takes at the competition in the state. The University of Florida Is

their final schedule. having its annual track meet in Gainesville. I don't know who

will win; but I like the chances of the teams from South Florida. -
Saturday, March 29 Orioles vs White Sox,at 8 p.m. Sunday Control Of Bob Hayes .

March 30 Orioles vs Pittsburgh Pirates, at 2 p.m.; Monday Sportsman of the week: "Dixie' Bill welcome back Billy
31 Orioles Pitt Pirates at 1 p.m.; Tuesday April 1 Orioles baby.

vs Kansas City Royals at 1:30: p.m. And Jimmy Hines Until the next meeting, remain a good sport.

group of eight Miami area
ARKANSAS A& M BACK SIGNS WITH DOLPHINSAmos men have combined to form t

Star-Top-Pro, and Bobby HAVE YOU BEEN TURNED DOWN BY AN
Ayers, defensive back ":rom ArkansasAM&NCollege, Hayes and Associates. The INSURANCE COMPANY BECAUSE YOU

who was the 13th draft choice, has signed his contract for the group, which is integrated, ARE TOO OLD OR SUFFERING I FROM

1969 season, it was announced, today by the Miami Dolphins. includes lawyers, a certified SOME CHRONIC I ILLNESS? WILL YOU

public accountant, 'a public: f!
HAVE ENOUGH MONEY TO PAY THE
Ayers is the fourth 1969 draft choice to be signed by the relations man and a former

Dolphins. Ayers, from Tuscaloosa, Ala., is 21, 6-1, 200, and EOPI director. iA) LAST EXPENSES?
is expected to be used at.strong, safety by the Dolphins ,Key figures, ,in the group !:! Universal pays its death claims the same day death
Harcourt ( 5800 SW I occurs.
', ", are Clark.
} 62nd Ter,William Rolle,3430, Join N.C.A.
Williams Ave., and Judge
DERBY DAY AT GULFSTREAM SATURDAYThis George Nachwalter, 8250 SW: Universal Christian Aid SocietyAND

86th Ter. L'c
is the year the Orchid Reindeer at Gulfstream Park Clark said that signed REST ASSURED THAT YOUR LAST
con-
when the track will mark its Silver Anniversary running of the tracts of six athletes'are already MEMORIAL EXPENSES WILL "BE PAID.
$100,000 Florida Derby Saturday, March 29 with a White 4 yr .
in including those of CALL NOW.
.
Christmas setting for the animal novelty race. k + IfZ
Bobby Hayes of the Dallas .
691-7669
Cowboys of the National Foot-
The gates swing open at 10 a.m. on Florida Derby Day and ball League, and Jimmy Hinesof
the dining rooms and other refreshments facilities start ser- the Miami Dolphins of the
vice at 11 a.m. The orchestra of Mal Malkin and his Strolling

Musicians provides a musical background with the first notes American Football League.

played at 11:05. A half hour later the University of Miami Hayes is one of the top stars

band of the hour, under Fred ,McCall's direction, takes over in both leagues and also one of fZ fZBOY
the musical functions.The the greatest drawing cards in

the game. He is one of Ameri- hot box.ready
atmosphere of excitement amounts as the 12:15: post ca's all-time great Olympic .
time for the race of the Orchid Reindeer approaches and spec- winners. Hines, a newcomerto -'-,-'----"

tators throng the rail at trackside to witness the amusing professional football, is HAYEStionaladvertising tie-Ins to serve
event. known as the "world's fastest ,
and the
human." personal appearances, .' '. "",.
The expert water skiers from Cypress Gardens take to the Judge George Nachwalter signing i of contracts which
in in ad-
turquoise waters of Gulfstream's infield lake at 12:45 p.m. said that Star-Top-Pro and would bring their revenue football sal- ;
dition to
and provide between-race thrills during the afternoon.The Bobby Hayes and Associates aries. II,I,

would manage the financialand
first race begins at 1:15. The Malkin orchestras resume Investment affairs of the ft't'
musical interludes at 2 p.m. and the U-M Band of the also
r. players, arrange for na- t'i
r Hour entertains again, starting at 2:20. f i

At 5 p.m. the Cypress Gardens water skiers and the U-M State JudoChamps i

band resume until the 5:20 post time for the Florida Derby
M itself.

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Championships on Saturday, -x. :" .
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March 29 at 6 p.m. at the JFK ,:,
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MIAMI TIMES. Friday, March 28, 1969 33v.v.v.v.v.j.X'X'y'K'X't1 _
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A';: By FRED : N Although the agent is an Insurance agent, the agency officer, ,j P ,
BETTELHEIM JR company's link with bears the responsibility for i ; .
T! 11;; E the public, the man behind the success or failure of field
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out other kind of tax, the capital
Last week we pointed responsibilities will be the
that one of the reasons for gains tax,later when the build- subject J of the 30th annual
income property is that ing is sold. But the capital
owning Agency Of f i cer'sMid-Year
tax laws favor property tax is half or less than half :
r
the
Conference of the National Insurance ; ;
owners. If you pay rent, you the regular tax, so at least Association in Augusta T f fv rA

get nothing for your money half is permanently tax-free. Ga., March 26-28,according -
except a place to live.You col- to J.A.. Batts, agency director -
lect rent receipts which are There is another rule which of Afro-American Life
worthless and have no tax de- permits speeding up the depreciation Insurance Company and vice-
duction. If you own your home, by as much as an president of the association.
you can deduct the interestthat extra 50%, which means that The program committee,
you pay on the mortgageand you can take $1,500 of depre- headed by C.O. Hollls CLU
also your property taxes. ciation the first year..It is very First vice-presidents and
This can be an important tax interesting to compare this Agency Director of Pilgrim
saving. $1,500 deduction for depreciation Health and Life Insurance
with the down payment Company has scheduled .
panelist 'NIIf1i'il" JQU ,..
However, if you own In- amount which was $1,400. s from several of the Pictured above are three of the "assistant photographers" of Deal Stu- .
come property as an invest- What this amounts to is that. association's 46 member (
dios and Adamsfotos at 207 NW 2nd Avenue. They are left to right: LaVerne
ment rather than Just as a if you Invest in income pro- companies to probe every
Nelson Glinda Thornton Celethia Walden and known "Walden "
& Co.
are as
perty can facet
home, you have an additionaland you legally save of field management
very important tax benefit. paying taxes on about that' from planning and purpose to These beauties will be in attendance on Easter Sunday at the studio and in

It is called depreciation. amount of income that you invest the report of the field visit.as the adjacent waiting room. Their job Will be to keep things going rapidly and

This is a tax allowance that that year. smoothly during the Easter picture session. They will begin shooting pictures
enables to get back the clearly as we can. Next
you
Easter Sunday morning at 9:00 o'clock. The girls those kiddies
full cost of the building (not If you are single and earn week we will talk about the say "Keep
the land cost) out of future Income between $6,000 and $8,000 of fourth kind of income we spokeof and grown folks coming." There will be no long waiting. There will be two

before it is subjected to taxable income, or $12,000 up last week, capital appreciation expert photographers: A. C. Adams and Cornelius Johnson.
income tax. You can get back to $16,000 married and filing .
some of your withholding tax Joint income tax returns,
this way. The wonderful thing you are in what is called a 25%
." '
about depreciation is that it is tax bracket. This means that King Realty, Inc. of Miami

not an You do ,the top layer of Income above
really expense: REAL TV'IROKER King Silt Buy''"RCATf\C 8000 NW 7th
not pay it out like you pay taxes the $6,000 figure for a single DADE couNTr
and other expenses that you person, is subject to an income IS OUR A ve.
can deduct. Depreciation is a tax rate 0125%.TheI- KINGDOM '

bookkeeping arrangement, a 500 tax saving for depreciationcould CALL
tax favor. mean an actual cash
saving of $375 in that case OPEN 7 DAYSNO 693.2891

Suppose, for example, you (25% of $1,500). This is the
buy a $22,000 building through same as cash in the bank because -
FHA, for $1,400 down. Let us it means that your Income RED TAPE MOVE IN! ,
figure that $2,000 covers the tax bill will be that much Modern CBS in North MiamI'' Beach. Tile roof,
land cost and $20,000 the costof less, or that you will get back terrazzo doors, 10 Iou.I. 'wlndowl, gas heat, reverse *
the building.Suppose we fig- that much of your withholdingtax. cycle air cond., stove, fenced yard. $4,000
ure that the building can be Over the years you will down and takeover 5%%. $9,530 mortgage. $ 73
depreciated over 20 years, get back the total value of your month pays everything. rt
just a s an example. The ac- building in tax saving, adjusted BEAUTIFUL WATERFRONT POOL HOME
tual figures in each case by your particular tax brac- 1071 NW 81th STREET

should always be determined, ket such as the 25% in'the example : :.; NOME pANO' INCOME, FNA4 ; ::: 3 b.droom,2 bath, also guest room and bath, carpeted -

by a professional accountantwho we have taken. Tax ,,.Corner'3 bedroom, 2 bath hll with ulOlf.o..... built-in stove and oven.
makes up your tax return. brackets range from 14% for 'Jn\'' tear. ,11hurt !of f Allopattab at 34th Strand-;::10:10J5th"A"
The building, value can be the minimum taxable incomeup NEW LIBERTY CITY
Appliances farnltare drapes, rsgsiFHA .: I
,
broken down into so much for to 70%, so the tax savingscan \';: 2 bedroom home, painted inside and out. Only
415,000.;$1,000 down $|dp.26month.
the building and so much for be very great, especiallyfor pHe $500 down payment. $69.93 a month.
furniture and equipment, suchas people with high Incomesbut
air conditioners, which can also for those with modest 2224 NW 82nd STREET
SELLER PAYS ALL CLOSING COSTS
Lovely 3 bedroom 2ft} bath Fla
room, awnings,
be depreciated over a much incomes. Modern 3 bedroom, 2 bath CBS, Fla room, car- fenced, no qualifying.
shorter period of years,and port, central heat and air conditioning. Wall to
therefore at much more per If you have any questions wall carpeting, fenced yard, sprinkler system,15x !! AREA AREA !!
year. But for convenience we about this, please call this 35 swimming I i pool. FHA price $20,000 with 2 bedroom, 2 bath, garage, stove, refrigerator and
will take the 20-year periodfor writer at 751-8642. Taxesare $1,000 down, $140.88 month. air cond. No qualifying. $111 month pays all.
it all. By what Is called complicated and not always'
the straight line method, this easy understand.. We are J v.","' *"'ML/SELL': FOR FHA VALUATION ;'/f t7' BUILDING AND EXTRA LOT
would be $1,000 a year. Thisis not tax experts either, but "'9520 Ntf )J3th Ave. '- Beautiful :comer home ou '" Will rent with option to buy. 8157 NW 22nd Ave.

not actually tax-free be- 'try to explain these matters double, lot too., Fla room, open front porch,' tile OPEN 7 DAYS A WEEK 24 HOUR SERVICE

f roof,, Central hot and,air'conditioning,'awnings,: HOMES FOR AS LITTLE AS $100 DOWNWe
windows builMn stove fenced yard with
awning ,
AUTO INSURANCELow "i sprinkler system, nice efficiency opt. for Income' specialize in homes for persons being' displaced
Premium i down $127.53 mo. in Urban Renewal area, Miami Housing
Rotes ..too.A buy at $18,000 PHA,$800 ,
Low Projects. Veterans call to see if you qualify.You' .
Monthly :..
Payments :
: !r
WILL SELL FOR FHA EVALUATION ,. only a phone call away.
Immediate "
SR-22Filings .
'
0/ "I'4 3 Bedroom 2 both corner CBS in lovely new area :
OFFICE HOURS ,:', .';Z, Carport, patio, circular drive, jalousie windows, (r-------------,

Mon. Sat.Thru 9i30-4iOO Frl.' 930-7iOO t",' down large and modern$120.86 kithcen.month.FHA price $17,000, $700 I BY OWNER I

BROWN REALTY & INSURANCE AGENCY I FHA TERMS t

:;'40 NW 7th Avenue FIND SECURITY WITH t ((1)) 4020 NW 12th Ave. 2 bedroom comer. t

7540655'CARLTON INVESTMENT PROPERTIES I $82 month pays all. *
t
We have several duplexes as wellas 5 and 6 unit F
buildings that you can buy with a low down pay-, ,: t ((2)) 1812 NW 53rd St. 2 bedroom, Fla room, 'I '

ment and reasonable monthly payments. Hove'"income ..-'",' I garage, $300 down, $105 pays all. ,
REALTY and live tent free, too. Come to seal ,

3014 BROKER I ((3)) 1121 NW 51 St. C3S duplex. 2 bedroom t
HW.1 STREET WE HAVE MANY MORE HOMES -- I & 1 bedroom, $350 down, $125 pays all. I
693-4772 'IF NO ANS. 754-6733 YOU CAN BUY ANY OF OUR FHA HOMES FOR
$100 DOWN IF YOU ARE. A VET OR BEING I ((4)) 1785 NW 82nd .St. 2 bedroom, fenced, I II
''FHA-CBS. Almost'new.. Close in, 2 bdrm; Hi DISPLACED AND IF' YOU CAN QUALIFY
$2,000 down all.
baths, llv.rm, din rm, built-in kitch, util I rm, vynl I carport, $77 pays I II ..

Sidewalks.firs' city water city sewage, paved streets and I ((5)) 2125 NW 58th St. -Du pex. 3 bedrooms & t
down. $96.39 month.PHA'CBS. .
$14,200, $1,200
I 2 baths to be fixed. $250 down. $99 month ,

Large: bdrm, 1 bath, Fla rm,'carport, pays all.
tile roof, vynl floors. Must seelll$18,500/ $1,200 I '
down, $128.28 month. ((6)) 3147 NW 66th St. 3 bedroom, CBS, 4 tt
BROKERREALTY I years old. $400 down. $101 pays all.
FHACBS.Most desirable area.3 bdrms, 2 baths, '
fla 'rm, liv rm,din rm, kitch, gar. $11,000, $1,800 '4932 NW 7th Ave. 1 I ((7)) 2222 NW 86th St. 2 bedroom CBS, $300 I
down. $147 month. I down. $95 month pays all.

RETIREEPROFESSIONALOR BUSINESS PEOPLEWe PI, 9-4371 I ,((8) 417 NW 46th St. 4 bedroom, 2 baths,2 1I f

hove several homes available on waterfront: CAROL CITY SHOPPING" CENTER .4 I 2 porches, just fixed. $250 down. $83 I II

tions.3 bdrms Starts, 2 baths at $4,000, 4 bdrms down., 3 baths. Choice loca- :SITE, '201 624-3666 I pays all. .f I II

WE HAVE OTHERS :0,.: Evenings -, 3unesrs I CALL: 751-3659

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34 THE MIAMI TIMES.. Friday. .,, March .28. 1969CLASSIFIED

HELP WANTED HELP WANTED BARGAIN BY OWNER

ADS Experienced artistic person JANITOR Only $550 down, $95 month:
pays all. Nice modern 2 bedroom I
for screened
silk departmentwith Monday Friday
CBS in Riverdale (Buc-
20 WORDS OR LESS 200.) IOC FOR EACH ADDITIONAL WORD. fast growning concern. 4 p.m. to midnight, caneer Park). 3501 NW207St.No .
Must be able to do photo Saturday 8 a.m. to 4 p.m.
DEADLINE FOR CLASSIFIED ADS, TUESDAY 6 P. M. graphic layout, hand stencil Free uniforms, free life insurance qualifying, move in now,
low 642-6657 64 2-
h cutting, and lettering.No telephone liberal vacation, price. ,

FOR SALE FOR SALE FOR SALE calls accepted. Applyin hospitalization insurance, 6624.

person Barfield,4101 NW credit union, retirement plan
GOOD INCOME
CBS 2 bedroom duplex 144 NW 45th Street CBS 2 29th. St., Miami. An equal op- and profit sharing. Must have

PROPERTY17UNITSALLFURNEHE stoves and refrigerators in bedroom, 1 bath plus 1 bed- portunity employer.Mar. 28)), good work references. Phone
LESBIANS! QUEERS!
) both apartments, newly painted. room, 1 bath rental unit. As- 373-1997 for additional information -

This is a chance to give yourself NW 93rd St. area, FHA sume 51/4% mortgage total Lane's Barber Shop. 926 NW ,

a good Income oppor- 416,400 seller pays all closing price $18,000 try$1,500.00 2nd Avenue. Wants an apprentice an equal opportunity employer THIRD-SEXERS!

tunity. Take advantage of this costs you need $600.00 down, live in one, rent the or master barber. Call 1 I

excellent Investment of these down. Rent one, live in other other don't miss! Aetna W. J. Thomas at 373-9558. Office assistant, attractive, Go with HEP

18 units. One mortgage. Callus side free be first! Aetna Realty (Broker), 811 NW 54th (Ap. 4) good with figures, little typ-

for all details Fenster Realty (Broker), 811 NW 54th St. phone 757-5724. Open 7 ing. $1.60 hour. Tahiti Motel!, into the netherworld
Realty, Broker, 759-8779. St. Phone 757-5725, open 7 days. Temporary work. Sewing machine 16901 Collins Avenue.MISCELLANEOUS.
skill required. Will
days. train. Paid by piece. Suniland of the
3 BEDROOM 2 BATH 2 bedroom
221 NW 63rd St Hours are reflexible.
"No qualifying" this 4 years 1300 NW 96th Street gorgeous area.
1 bath, stove, refrigerator, Four weeks minimum. 233- HOMORead
young beautiful home includ- 3 bedrooms, 2 baths, neat as a pint! Total price$8- 0930.

ing drapes, awnings, wall to carport, built-in modern kit- 950 terms see today. Aetna Learn today at Miami North-

wall.carpet, built in oven and chen, central heat, nice cor- Realty (Broker), 811 NW 54 ELECTRONIC TECHNICIAN2nd western Adult Center.Call for about them in a

range, plus many extras.Take ner asking $23,000 terms. St., Phone 757-5724 open 7 information after 2 p.m. at
Class FCC licensed
over present mortgage.$4,000 Aetna Realty (broker);811 NW days. re- 836-1231. Courses offerednow 10-part series in
Must be of
down payment Excellent 54th St. Phone: 757-5724. Open quired. capable :; High school subjects,

terms Drive by 1059 NW 73rd 7 days. 110 NW 85th Street Brand working at sea during short typing, auto body and paint, HEP Magazine startingin

then call Fenster 3 bedrooms 2 real trips on research vessels. furniture reupholstering
St. Realty, new! huge ,
Prefer trans- the I i issue!
experienced on April
26th Avenue 3 bedrooms 85'xl05' lot. Centralair construction
Broker, 759-8779. 9799 NW baths, clothing arc
carport, fenced, and heat, patio in rear, mitters, receivers, radar, welding.
On sale
CHURCH I I I PROPERTY sprinkler system, pool and priced $24,900, we have the Loran, or similar gear. Opportunity at your

Large area 125 x 143 suitablefor patio, total price $15,500, as- terms, if you can afford the'' to learn specialized DRAPERIEStaken newsstandNOWI

church. Large home on lot sume 6% mortgage at $92.00 best see today. Aetna Realty instrumentation. Permanent down, cleaned, deco-

at present but can be converted monthly. Terms downpay- (Broker), 811 NW 54th St. Ph. position with good pay. Get rator folded and rehung.Drap- !

for church use must be meat This one won't last. 757-5724. Open 7 days. in on the new and expandingfield ery rods installed. LUSTRA/

seen to appreciate on NW70thSt. Aetna Realty(Broker), 811NW of oceanography. Writeor TONE DRAPERY SERVICE.

near 7th Avenue. Call Jean 54th St., Ph: 757-5724, open call, R. Smulin, Marine 887-8022
Fenster for appointment to 7 days. BARGAIN BY OWNER Accoustlcal S e r v Ice s, Inc.,

show. Fenster Realty, Broker Only $550. month pays all. 1975 NW S. River Drive, Mi- Wanted to rent garage or stor- I
Nice modern 2 bedroom CBS ami, Fla. 33125. 642-7517 758-4121.
age
759-8779. 14415 NW 20th Avenue-bed- space, III
in Riverdale(Buccaneer Park) week 4
days a.m. p.m.
rooms 1 bath fenced all CBS
,
I #%))1! N.W. 207th Stre et. No an equal opportunity employer BUSINESS '
3 ,bedroom bath beauty FHA $9,000no closing costs. OPPORTUNITY 1 I 111
car p o r t e, hardwood floors, $300 down (vets and 221 peo- qualifying, move in now, low MALE AND FEMALE Leading international com-

nice location, near. schools, ple $100) $64.44 monthly.You'll price. 642-6557, 642-6624. pany in personal developmentis

bus. FHA $17,500 call for not find a better buy INSTRUMENTATIONTECHNICIAN offerng an opportunity for

all information, etc. Fenster anywhere. Aetna Realty FOR RENT complete independence to in-

Realty, Broker, 7598779. (Broker), 811 NW 54th St.,Ph. dividuals'who have a desire

757-5724, open 7 days. Nice rooms for men only applyto Previous experience in for personal growth, a desireto Iflia back
Duplex. 12000. $2800 down oceanographics instrumentation -
915 N.W. 58th Terrace., help others grow, and a desire '' '
Located: 18215 -18217 SW 102 INCOME PROPERTY desired. Required back-, to make money. Invest

Ct. Mar-Dan Associates.HI 5- PROFESSIONAL Males only. Nice room. Near ground must include solid ment required. Call Al Sher-

2557 or CE 55488. BUSINESSMAN ONLY public transportation,private state circuit design and photo- man, personal Dynamics Co.

Finish this store for your of- home. 2331 Rutland St. Opa- type development 947-2563 or come to Howard

"ONE BEDROOM DUPLEX" fice, have 2 stores for rentals locka. Inquire 8 a.m. to 1:30 struction. Background should Johnson Motor Lodge, 1100 ffionfh*
\ This beautiful up and down 1 plus duplex and house this p.m. Include exposure to, and a Biscayne Boulevard, Room 1
bedroom duplex, newly reno- working familiarity with, AC 208
will pay for the property zon- Tuesday 7:30 p.m.
vated in and out shingle con- and DC amplifiers FM tele- ,
ed C-5. Located in the heartof Room in nice home for work- '(Ap. 4) .
struction nice location. Total and Must >
metry ultrasonics.
,
NW section, 1074-1076A&B Ing lady to,share with same. Money available for
price $9,000. Good income be of without
capabl working
1080 and 1082 NW 54th Street. 691-3201 first and second
property. Minimum:: $1500- Parking area. Owner R. Carl supervision and keeping accurate TREAT-U-RIGHT mortgage loans on

down, no qualifying, good Bachman 6240540. Room. Middle man only. scientific records.U.S., CLEANERSIf CBS or frame houses.
age
terms. Drive by' 1355 N. W. citizenship required. Send resume Absolutely no chargeof
(Ap. 11)) 18th Ave. and 83rd NE
NW St. want your clothesto any kind unless we
43rd St., then call us,,Fen- 4-6602. to 1975 NW S. River you make the loan to you.
ster Realty 759-8779. Drive Miami receive excellent care,
Fla.or call Mr.
and expert cleaning and Call: FR 3.3304
John Fields at 6427517.an
Nice small grocery store. Room for gentleman only. 691-, pressing. Bring them to
1147 NW 77th Street equal
opportunity employer
8917 NW 22nd Ave. 691-9091 7034.
Drive by 2 bedroom plus MALE AND FEMALE us. 111111

sleeping porch. Very large 63 Cadillac Sedan De yule, Room in quiet home.. Matureman 1 DAY Extra SPECIALNo Charge METROPOLITANMORTGAGE

home. New roof,new hot water beautiful 1 owner car, excep- only, 1012 NW 75th St. I'
heater Perfect condition. Corner 62nd St. and 22nd COMPANY
tionally clean factory air 6- I
$400 down, $100 to vets.$12- way power seat, door locks, 1 bedroom apartment. Unfur- Avenue N.W. 2244 BISCAYNE BLVOMIAMI FLORIDA 33137

500 total. $110 month pays all only $1095. Day phone 371- nished. $22 weekly. Newly e i1a
A. Ben-Kort, Realtor, anytime I L
7701. Evening 444-2827. renovated. Fenster Realty, aFR

759-2425. ,
7598779. >
A JJANITORIAL
3 BEDROOMS 2 BATHS ,
CHILDCARE
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HOME & INCOME ,
Plus rental unit. 75th St. area ,
Opportunity to live practicallyrent Childcare in my home., Free SERVICE
Lovely property perfect condition
free with low down pay- pick up and delivery. For fur-
$500 down to vets or
| men or have nice income property ther information call 758-2472 CARPET CLEANING AND YARD MAINTENANCENO
$1500 downFHAA.Ben-Kori, AutomobilesFor
Realtor, anytime 759-2425. Owner for 693-2631.rental purposes. JOB IS TOO LARGE OR TOO SMALL


$75 MONTH PAYS ALL SEWING MACHINE Sale 24 Hour Answering Service

93rd St. area.Very nice 2 bed 6515 NW 2nd Ave bedroom 1968 zigzag portable. Zigzag -

room home Perfect condition, 1 bath, CBS, Stove, refrigerator slightly used. No attachments NATIONAL INDUSTRIAL 7591760Sewing

frame. You must see inside to total price$12,000$1000 ,- needed tOTnono-i REPOSSESSIONS
make but
overcast,
gram
appreciate. $8,000 total. $250 down no qualifying ton hoUs, controls built In. '64 Chevy Corvoir
down. A. Ben-Kori,' Realtor, move quickly. Aetna Realty Sews with 1 or 2 needles. '
64 Cadillac de Ville
Coupe
t anytime, 759-2425. (broker). 811 NW 54th St. Full price $31.8Q or assume '
66 Ford pairlane!
1t "" payments of $3.10 Machine
phone 757-5724. Open7 days.,
free home '
CBS STORE monthly. For 65 Chevy Impala
demonstration, call Credit '
Plus rental house.7300 NW 7th 221 NW 69th St. and 6901 NW Mgr. until 9 p.m. No obli- 62 Pontiac

Ave. $1500 down,$10,000 total 2nd Court Huge CBS custom gation. If toll, call collects CALL MR. DUFFIE' "REPAIR SPECIAL1'Cl.an

$103 month. A. Ben-Korl, built duplex. 4 bedrooms, 2 949.8124 759-4431 & Oil 50

Realtor, 759-2425. anytime. baths on one side;2 bedrooms, *'Adjust Tensions $2
1 bath on other side.FHA value'' Check 4II Wiring
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Used For information Adjust( Belt Tensions Total Cost
pews. Seller all'
$27,000.00. : pays HELP WANTED *Oe Int Thread Mechanism In Your
call: 633-8810 or 696-3808. closing costs. All built-in ap- *Inspect & Lubricate Motor'

4. --- pliances, dishwasher, central IMMEDIATE EMPLOYMENTMALE Home
fi Large clean electric range.' air and heat simply fantastic Call' 625-1261 Or 625-0724

$15. 954 NW 47th St. See today Aetna Realty :

(Broker), 811 NW 54th St. ph. Porters, full or part time. $1.69 an hour. r mum \ .'I8I
6300 NW 19th Court
757-5724. Open 7 days. Food service workers. $1.60 an hour
r Like new CBS.Greatfor small Laundry workers II. $1.74 an hour AGENT WANTEDIN

family. $350 down. $78 month. 8355 NW 15th Avenue CBS, Hospital Corpsmen., $1.74 an hour. I
,r No closing costs. Owner 693- 2 bedrooms, 1 bath Florida FEMALE: SOUTH DADE

2631. room, carpets, drapes, stove, Nurses aides. $1.74 an hour

Ssshh . Don't tell a soul nice corner location. FHA Laundry workers (experienced only). $1.60 on hour I The Miami Times needs a Circulation Manager to
Vets and 221 service the South Dade from Coconut Groveto
$10,500 ( people area
F about this 3 bedroom home. 10% Extra for Working Night Shift
$10,500 FHA.$84 monthly $100 down) ,all others $350 Florida City. Route could be handled Thursday
Only
APPLY; afternoon or Friday mornii This is fast
down $75.26 monthly no g. a grow-
all. Better hurry!
pays
,
Won't last. Onl y $350 down closing costs. Hurry! Hurry! EMPLOYMENT OFFICE area and offers great potential.

(Vets $100) S. Block(broker) Hurry! Aetna RealtyBroker), JACKSON MEMORIAL HOSPITAL CALL MRS. DAVIS, 691-0421
811 NW 54th St. Phone 757-
751-9618 or 624-7371 even- (TOO NW 10th AVENUE J
t ings. 5724. Open 7 days. >a<: x8BaB&%. 'tW" 1r1


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By PERCY FINDER
Thing For GwenHI
History has never shown a favorable picture of the Negro in
business. Perhaps, one, must conclude that the Negro In gen- Tm Gwen,
eral had never had an active role in commercial enterprises.In I would like to tell you something about JOB CORPS
countries where, there was.a heavy.concentration.of Ne- and what it might do; for,you, because. I was In Job Corps
gro population, and business is carried on by people other than and it has done a lot for me.
the Negro race, the wealth of the country filters through to I am now working as a
those actively engaged in the trades,thus giving them the eco- secretary for the Florida
nomic strength over the masses. State Employment Service.My rr[.tr.f-
This system had not only been applied to countries, but to future looks good, how B'LVll ITI
communities as well, and has had its economic efforts in com- about yours? Now it didn't
munities where the Inhabitants have never taken an active rolein just happen by chance or W k. 'wBCC
trading. luck, It took almost two
years of study and a lot of
Such neighborhoods, which are common, particularly in the determination
United States, show physical signs' of decadence, taking on Job Corps is not an auto- /'

ghettolike appearances, all because the people who live in matic way to gain a skill. It ,. ,
such vicinities are wage earners who spend their money at requires an effort and a desire :'{
business places operated by those who have
no domestic links or an Inner urge to be ,
with the locality.The , '
somebody.What t \,."
store owners live in other neighborhoods, and the only Is Job Corps?Well, ,
interest they have in the area in which they do business is to Job Corps is a school, but '
sap up all the cash they can,and spend it, or deposit it in other not an ordinary" school al- GWEN
areas. Consequently, neighborhoods used only for the purposeof though you will see books, coed Dorothy Haddock, takes time out .
drawing away the cash, eventually become dried up and teachers and tests. One of the first things you will see in from her studies to admire the "Black is Beautiful"
povertyridden.It Job Corps Is something like a test but it is really a surveyof display on the wall of her classroom. Dorothy, a
the knowledge already acquired. Based on this survey native of Delray Beach is member of the
is said that the Federal Government is currently in the a College
you will be placed In a class which will best suit
process of devising some way to correct, or change the pres- needs. your Education Achievement Project at Bethune-Cook-
ent set-up so that earned and spent by
money people livingin man College.
When I was in Job Corps I was not pushed to learn, I
such neighborhoods, could be kept in that region.
pushed myself. The Information was put before me and it
Realizing that the war on poverty has not been much of a was up to me to take advantage of it. If I had any diffi- MERCHANTS WHO ADVERTISE IN THE
success, the government came up with the latest idea of help- culty, I knew I could depend on the teachers to give me all MIAMI TIMES ARE TELLING YOU THEY
ing business aspirants among Negroes get into business.They the help I needed. APPRECIATE DOING
BUSINESS WITH YOU.
When I enetered Job Corps Ihad a choice of electronics
feel that this system, If properly implemented, would keep a ,
steady flow of money in the ghetto-like neighborhoods, and drafting, cosmetology, health occupations, commercialart THEY ARE COURTEOUS, DEPENDABLE.
would go a long way in eradicating the ills of poverty. lithography or occupations in the business field. I PLEASE PATRONIZE THEMI!
chose the bushess field.I spent half a day In class and the
Under the Johnson Administration a similar program with other half studying my vocational choice.
the same aim of helping Negroes get into business was put What makes Job Corps so dlff erent and "so much SPEAKS -
into execution, but this did not accomplish very much due to better" than regular school Is that all of the teachers are There has been reborn r.GOD r. .' ,,"M,
the fact that many of the recipients of the program, were un- specialists in their field. They have worked at their vari- into the spiritual world Q /. ''\ '
trained and knew little, or nothing about the fundamentals of ous professions and have mastered them I found them Miami's ,
a new saviour, \
business.One hard working and always willing to help. I I.. I ;: '1
own Evangelist Mary : ) : r
Job Corps may sound like an awful lot of work but h.?A > :, ,
wonders how the Small Business Caesar. God has given H; / '
now Administrationwith ;
there's also time to Instance
play. For I participated in '
offices established in key places in ghetto sections wouldgo her a message to spread I \ \
several activities such as the softball team, student gov- .
about producing workable. plan. ernment and resident leaders. The latter being a kind of far Throughout and abroad.the world, 'I ..

The profession of business Is like any other profession, and sorority In which outstanding students were invited to join. whoever you ore, where : I ..j.
equally exacting. It requires hard and strenuous training, thatis Whenever anyone asks me about Job Corps[always tell ever you are, please in* ; -
if the potential business man expects to make an intelligent them they can succeed if they have the desire and the vile Evangelist Mary tocome .
,
investment of his money.Management must acquire some stamina to keep up with a busy and active schedule. in your house of i L)+" 1 'I'f t ;\ :: <<-
knowledge about buying, selling and planning techniques. The Think about Job Corps. It is a wonderful opportunity to worship and share 'God's r' > :'ff '
I business man must also have go et new people of all kinds and most of all ,
a good knowledge about record- school message with you and, J Sf 1" F ,
keeping, and the skill to keep his expenditure within the limitsof to go to and be paid at the same time. yours. t4JoT" ..tiit l pt<'Y";"'
bis intake. Cordially Yours In Christ JuusEVANGELIST \ '

Unfortunately, in the past Negroes In general have not been MARY CAESAR
exposed to the managerial function of bg business, or any CALL: 634-0983 after 5., p.lII.
other kind of business for that matter, and are therefore not Mon.-Fr. after 1 p.m'., Sat.: & Sun.
equipped to manage businesses of their own.

However, the stress Is on to encourage more black men to
enter the field of business. This they think would Inject new
life and vigor Into their ghetto-like neighborhoods. A concen-
tration of business owned and operated by Negroes could SERVICEFIRST Call

strengthen economy In the area, and Service the people INSURANCE AGENCY ,
through employment and other benefits. The Innovation would CHARLES
also encourage bankers to lend money to black business men
for expansion purposes.
JIM LIVINSON, Own.r Phon. 635.7507 I ROGERS
There are other agencies, apart from those functioning under -
the seal of government which operate for the specific AT PL 1-7502
purpose of helping, and guiding the ambitious Negro into busi-
ness, which they feel would help him to take his place In the FOR A GOOD BUY ON A
mainstream of the American life. $5 Down PIANO, ORGAN, SCOTT

STEREO OR ORCHESTRA
One such organization is the Interracial Council For Busi- L-1 On INSTRUMENTS.
ness Opportunity, This Is a national non-profit organizationwith
offices In New York City, Los Angeles, and Newark New
Jersey. The record of this organization for helping black business -, r
men secure financing is excellent.

This is all very well and good, but in the final analysis the
Business man, whether he be Negro,or any other race, carries,
the burden of management operation on his own shoulders.And .
if he lacks the skill and acumen, the money, regardlessof N a

the amount, would only be whittled away.It .Arrr U"e ....

has been well suggested though, that the Negro buSinessmen
who lack the necessary training can possibly, find out 1,
lets through the franchise arrangements.. Many franchise .
companies focusing on dangerous i 1110_" _
function in a parental capacity,
management,traps.

There are cases where a company had assisted applicantsIn
finding suitable locations and they were alsobenefited from TV'sFURNITURE
the franchise advertising and promotional skills. -a1

Advices, covering all areas, are generally given. Training
in record keeping, buying and selling, and financial planning, 1 e LWE
are top on'the' list of Instructions given to franchises, who
would also have acess to the,company's products,with a pre- 379-0900
sold market.

PHONE BETWEEN 1 a.m. & 10'p.m.; ELL HAPPINESS
This type of arrangement should prove very adaptable tothe '
needs of an aspiring Negro businessman. The guidelineslaid Sundays Included AMERICA'S LARGEST DISPLAYAt
down by franchise companies are usually helpful to young th. crossroad of North-South Expressway
business people. F&M -TV ONLY 15 MINUTES FROM ANYWHERE IN MIAMI

In-as-much as the franchisee Is privileged to operate on the Phone 757-7502 Broward: JA 2-5131

reputation of the company, the franchisor will everything 425 E 9th St. 300 N.W. 54fh 'ST. '.
within reasonable limits to encourage,! his success.

Franchising In the United'states has developed into a giant PHONE AND SALESMAN WILL CALL I In Ft. FREE Lauderdale DELIVERY, 1103 E.ANYWHERE Las Ola Blvd.IN U.S.A., JA 5.3716 '

enterprise, with sale volumes upward to seventy-five billion I II I
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