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Easter Egg Hunt

Jn FIemariamuov .
At Manor Park

Easter eggs, prizes a
kiddies fashion show, bands
and free rides highlight the
10th annual Easter Egg Hunt
beginning at 3 p.m. Sunday at

Manor Park, 1300 NW 50th St. 32 PAcES TEMPORA MUTANTUR ET NOS MUTAMUR IN ILLS 154
"This affair is going to be
," ?tor the biggest and best of all of Vol. 46, No. 32 MIAMI, FLORIDA_ FRIDAY, APRIL 4, 1969 :'

a+ our Easter outings and is a
'must' for every member of
the family' said Charles Commissioner Carroll Could :

Hadley, chairman of the sponsoring -
Dade County CommunIty -
-Wide Citizens Committee.
Other attractions Include a Beat
Bribery Charge
ferris wheel, a merry-go-
round and free soft drinks

Now that the trauma of Dade
County Commissioner Earl

Florida Memorial Set Carroll's indictment on ,
charges of soliciting a bribe
has worn off, Miamians have
begun to speculate on the out-

To 9An come of the case. ,
Reopen April Many feel that since the case

will boil down to one man's

uneasy calm settled over vacation, and that male students word against two others, the
the Florida Memorial College now crowding into the State Attorney will have a dif
campus last Friday after a trailers serving as dormitoryrooms ficult time trying to prove the
bribe. The proof will be more
meeting of college officialsand on campus would move
disgruntled student leaders back off. difficult since no money Is
After the meeting the ad- President Dr. R.W. Pur- supposed to have been passed,
1 ministration announced that year said he decided to send only a conspiracy to do so.

: the school will reopen April 9, students home early to give Carroll and attorney Sy ,
but only after campus leaderswon the college time to restore an Chadroff were accused on ----
certain concessions. "academic atmosphere to the Tuesday by the Dade Grand EARL CARROLL
ut Jr.| jury of seeking a $115,000
r. c4Thrtiu 14 er Jaing, waS campus.
The
college hurriedly
At-
For months, the boarding I payoff from Urban Systems Three months ago State
A.B., Ph.D., LHD, DD, LLD closed last Thursday, a week students have been protesting Development Corp. for the torney Richard Gersteln began
before the scheduled Easter conditions In their award of an urban renewal an Investigation after architect
((19291968)Civil living run-
vacation period was to begin. claimed he 'I
down contract by the Metro Commission Edward Grafton
quarters.Last
Rights movement leader. Born in Atlanta, Two days of student campus had refused to pay $115,000 1
Georgia. Recipient of Pearl Plafkner Award for demonstrations led to the week the students Carroll was arrested Tues- which Carroll told him \
1951. Selected of abrupt decision. The ad- and would be needed to work out
Scholarship one the 10 outstanding asked for and received administration day night, fingerprinted 1
personalities of 1956. Named of the ''Year" by ministration has been meetingwith permission to move released in custody of his law "problems" In Urban System'
Times Magazine. Awarded Nobel Peace Prize 1964. student leaders for two into 12 rooms yer, former Grand Juryspec- proposal. Grafton later told .,
Pastor, Dexter Avenue Baptist Church In Montgomery, weeks trying to solve the housing made available on-campus by women students ial counsel Joseph Manners. his story to The Miami Herald
Alabama. President, Southern Christian Leadership problems of the 182 male who doubled up in 24 Carroll was automatically and then to the Grand Jury.
Conference. Member; NAACP, Alpha Phi Alpha,Sigma boarding students. other rooms. suspended as a County Com-
A In the is
key
Pi Phi i. Elk. Author: Stride Toward Freedom, 1958. missioner under Metro law. figure case
The agreement reached at Too many of the male stu- Harold Thornton, a housing
Why We Can't Walt, 1964. His non-violent dramatic Next legal step in the proceedings
the meeting last Friday Included dents piled Into the vacated .consultant for Urban Systemswho
marches and speeches led to passage of Civil Rights will be the filing of
promises that all students rooms and the school admin- Is supposed to be state
Act in 1964. Outstanding spokesman for the. Negro" would be invited back to istration suggested they ,find an Information by the State witness in the trial. ,
people..Assassinated April 1968. Attorney's office, after whicha :
school :Some of the leaders another solution., "
date will be set for appearance :'
Carroll is.obviously confident -
feared that the more militant, /The doubling up of the women -
protesters would not be asked< students was looked upon in Criminal Court of both that he will be found Innocent . ;
men for preliminary hearing. as Indicated by his I.
to return.It by administration and parentsas
Carroll, 37, was elected to statement to reporters while ':
included unwholesome situation.The
also promisesthat an .
"March For FreedoM" To the commission last year and being booked; '
the dilapidated offcampus housing problem will be
is the first black man to servein "There's no Indictment.I'm
housing for men in the solved once the two women's
Aviation Building would be refurnished dorms with room for 309 stu- that capacity. He formerly a county commissioner I'm ,f
Commemorate Dr. King's DeathA during the Easter dents are completed. operated an Insurance agency over the courts."


"march for freedom" anda the church at 2 p.m. Sponsorsof
memorial service for Dr. the march and service say
Martin Luther King, the martyred that speakers will stress lack UBF Truant Plan Gets Backing I IThe
Negro civil rights lead- of progress in Dade County in
er, will be held on Good Friday such fields as lack of jobs,bad

under the auspices of the housing, insufficient welfare controversial propresident Garth C. Reeves The UBF'recommendationwill facility empty and available '
Dade County Welfare Rights rights and an inadequate edu- posed by the United Black Fed- "There are a lot of reflne- not apply to children who at this time. He said a"jail.'
Movement. cation system. eratlon to pick up truant school ments to be made before a plan can give an adequate explana. like atmosphere is not the
Marchers will assemble at Speakers will Include Hu- children under 16 and detain of this magnitude can be made tion of their absence from idea of the detention area, buta
1200 noon at Manor Park, 12 bert James of the National them in the Miami Stockade workable and meaningful, but school. In addition the proposal wholesome facility staffed ,
Avenue and 50th Street, and Welfare Rights Organization, until called for by their par- at least we have the commun- calls for school-age with trained counselors and .II
proceed to the Mount Tabor Bernard Dyer of the Liberty ents has won favorable back- Ity finally realizing the prob- children on the streets after psychologists who could help a t
Baptist Church, 1701 NW 66th City Community Council, ing in the black and white com- lem and facing up to it," said midnight without adequte rea- give the kids some directionIn
Street, where the,tribute will Phillip Johnson of the Economic munities, according to UBF Reeves. son also be detained in the life. \';i\\,
be paid to the late head of the Opportunity Program, stockade. The UBF thinks the School '
Southern Christian Lead be., Al Featherstone of the .- ,_ .. Board should its
ership Conference. Center for Dialogue, and The main objection to the school attendance revamp office.

The program will begin at Jimmy Chatmon. plan was quickly explained by School-age children seem to
Reeves when he said the proposal
walk the streets daily during
would call for school attendance -
school hours without fear of
:f.
officers apprehending -

3 Die in 7th the truants. Many people being list challenged.A of businessmen. operating
thought, and rightly so, that in
predominately black
police officers chasing tru-
ants would only widen the gap communities Is being com-
Avenue Crash between the young militants piled by the EOPI for the UBF. ,
These businessmen will be '
and the police.
/ i called.together to make a studyof
A head on collision of two son Memorial Hospital in f I Reeves thinks the word the problems of crime and
cars Sunday Just off the 36th serious condition. The youths "stockade" is offensive, but Juvenile delinquency and waysto I.
Street Expressway at NW 7th lived with Green. used it because it is the only combat its spread. k

Avenue took three lives, and Police said Green's car,
three persons were hurt. southbound on 7th Avenue, ir Court I
Dead were Glennie Green, went out of control, jumpeda Supreme Ruling

34, of 1360 NW 1st Ct., driver median strip and crashed
of one of the cars, and two into the Faulkerham car, Shake Private I
passengers in the other car, which was headed north. The May Poolsbidden

Mrs. Laura Faulkenham, 59, cars were on an overpass I -
Miami where 7th Avenue crosses the WASHINGTON The Su- to use the subdivision's
of 5956 Pine Tree Dr., ,
Beach, and Mrs. Christina expressway preme Court, in a major civil recreational facilities
Davis, 60, of Smyrna, Ga. Marcia and Maria Cone, identical twins of Mr. rights move, agreed Tuesdayto
Carlton Faulkenham, 58, and Mrs. Willie J. Cone of Richmond Heights, will decide whether Negroes Both families sued and
have a right to use private all- claimed violations of their
driver of the car In which his take part in the twins parade Easter Sunday,. April white community parks and civil rights.They said the 1866

wife ,was killed, escaped with GiveEa To 6th. The parade will begin at 3 p.m. on First Street, swimming pools. Civil Rights Law, which the I

minor injuries. st and on to Biscayne Blvd. The Cone Twins have The pace-setting case court has said bars discrimination I

Two passengers in Green's Seals taken part in the twins fashion show atthe Bayfront comes from suburban Fair- in private housing
car, his nephews, William, Park Bandshell, also the Easter' egg hunt at ,the fax County, Va., where a Negro sales, also protects the Negro
Davis and Wallace Sanders, family renting a house family's right to use the
both, 17 were taken to Jack- Robert, King High Park. from a white family was for- facilities.

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2 THE MIAMI TIMES, Friday,, April 4, 1969ft CLASS OF'49 .-...-.-.-...-.-.-..-......u..._.._......
DORSEY Freeman's _KBSWW<%_:_lm._.AVtt.....Ofil'"*.tat : GO TO CHURCH :
The class of 1949 Dorsey
meet- NW 22nd Avenue. All 49'ersare : SUNDAY :
will hold an Important be present.Telephone I
Ing on Sunday, April 13 at 4 urged 691-9541 to or 7518414. ...........................:
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Second row, left to right: S. Tucker, J. Thomas, T. Hadley, K. MorganC. Pat- i

terson. Top row: left to right:C. Woods, A. Straughan Lattimore, M. Holmes,

L. Williams, T.Stewart.Ambassadors .

Still Growing Under 'Boo Boo"In 1

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this day and age, we only neighborhood to another pick- who otherwise may have gotten _*
hear about the bad guys and the ing up the kids that had gone into serious trouble with a lot / s '
good guys are always the unnoticed astray and he is teaching them of time on their hands and no-
ones. During the through association with thing to do with that time.In .$ .' '. j :-tr'
Easter holidays, since Clar- others, recreation, lectures keeping his members _
ence (Boo Boo) Woods is a and the Importance of going'to cupied, Clarence formed
good guy, friends feltthat the church, a way of life they within the club Itself, the
deserves some recognition. had not known existed. Cavaliers and the Cavelettes. rl
Several years ago,Clarence The Brownsville Ambassa- These are the names of his ..rdr
"Boo Boo" Woods of 5246NW dors stands for something im- basketball, football and soft '
26th Avenue formed a club. portant and that something is ball teams. There are many -'
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(The Brownsville Ambassa- decency and self respect girls active In this club also -
dors) with only a few hand above all. One hundred sixty and the yare apart of the
picked dirty neighborhood kids kids have found this decencyand marching band that performsfor
and today in 1969, the club is self respect in Clarence, various functions and Don't let sunset
now 160 members strong and who with never tiring and end- greeted with much success at
is getting stronger by theday.In less energy has taken the time each event. The Brownsville
his quest to aid the underprivileged out with two jobs, a wife and Ambassadors are also an an- dim outdoor fun!
as well as the bad children of his own to give nual attraction in the Classic your
kids, he has gone from one some meaning to these kids Parade each year.

Pictured above are Just a A few well-placed fixtures, postlights, spotlightsand
few of the band members of floodlights can give you hours more fun in your yard,
Liberty City Riders Get Direct this group. patio and garden (And for cookouts, there's nothing better
I Some of the places the Am- than portable flameless electric grills.)

Bus Service To Beach bassadors the guidance have travelled of Clarenceand under Outdoor lighting helps prevent accidents and 'if\i\ :.;.
And all for I ; "
discourage prowlers too. pennies a night ; '
Metro Transit Authority City over Route 14. chaperons were: Key ;
chairman, Raymond W. But "We have determined West, Nassau, Bahamas and Ask your electrical contractor, lighting dealer or'r.
'
let, Jr., announced plans to through a route study that Ordando, Florida. appliance dealer for the latest bright ideas. -:', ::11
provide direct bus service many of our bus riders livingin The next stop for travel is Eleven rate reductions since 1957! 'f
from the Liberty City area to the Liberty City area workon Bradenton, Fla., and from The average price paid per kilowatt hour by FPL-served
Miami Beach, beginning Mon- MiamIBeach," Butler said, there, on to Washington, D.C. families today is one-third less than it was in 1957.
day, aprll 7. "and this new service will give Mr. Woods Is encouragedto -
The new service, which will these passengers the conven- continue to do the magnificent = :: ::1j"-: :
operate in the morning and ience of a direct trip without Job he is doing in aidingthe I p

afternoon, Monday through the need to transfer. children today on their way PION/OA' powu LIG"T COMPANY
Friday, will be known as Route For complete route infor- to being the better adults lateron MIMNO vMO 110"0'
14 "Beach." mation call MTA at 538-8631. in the life of tomorrow.
The "Beach" route will follow -

the regular Route 14 from * * * * * *.* * * * * * * * * * * * * * * * * *.* * * * * * * * * **
NW 62nd St. and 32nd Ave. to *
Biscayne Boulevard and 36th *
St. and then run express to Mi- : *
FREE *
ami Beach via the Julia Tuttle *
Causeway. The buses will travel -
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along Arthur Godfrey Rd. :
(41 Street) to Collins Avenue EASTER EGG HUNT
and then north to 71 St. whichis *
the end of the line. *
In the afternoon, the buses : EASTER SUNDAY *
will start at 71 St., run south 1t *
along Collins Ave. to Arthur *
Godfrey Rd, then west across *
the causeway to Biscayne : April 6, 1969 3 p.m. **

Boulevard. At that point, the *
buses will return to Liberty AT .

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HO BO DANCE MANOR PARK *
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Alpha Gamma Chapter Eta *

Phi Beta Sorority,Inc.,Invites : r. *
you to attend It's Ho BoDanceat N.W. 12th Ave. & 48th St. *

Bayfront Park Auditorium, *
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on Friday, April 4, from 10 *
p.m. until 2 a.m. Attire-very 11 SPONSORED BY THE **
casual. Donation $2.00. Tic-

necessary.kets.at door. No:reservations :. ypq i ade County Community-Wide Citizens Committee ***


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1968 SINGER CONSOLE EGGS FLETCHER PASCHAL, Co-chairman MRS. VIVA COLEMAN, Coordinator *
Slightly I used xlg-iog In HENRY W. DANIELS, Co-Chairman *
stylish wal. cob. make but. THIRLEE SMITH, Public Relations .
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hoU, s.ws on buts., monograms *
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attachment All con : 1\:S *
trols built In. Full price: f.y" BANDS /IDI\I *
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of $6.00 mo. For free home \ UI "S *
demonstration, call Capitol : As *
Credit Mgr. till 9 p.m. No G(4.0 FREE 1/1011 *
obligation.lect. 949-8124.If toll, call.col-. ..4 Y r .. "t: RIDES SM OW .

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THE MIAMI TIMES, Friday, April 4, 1969 3

Abernathy Says...



Death King Depressed Over Criticism, Would Have



May Win New Cancelled Poor People's CampaignNEW


YORK. -Shortly before in the power of nonviolence in reportedly plunged King Intoa ment and let militants take
his assassination, the the months before his assassi- deep depression which stayed over," Young told Look.
Trial For Ray Rev. Martin Luther King told nation. His faith in nonviolence with him up to the time of his King, however, was still
his wife Coretta and top aide apparently hit a low ebb on own death in Memphis on April convinced that nonviolent
Rev. Ralph Abernathy that he March 28, 1968, In Memphis, 4. strategies were the only real
MEMPHIS, Term. The Within hours after enteringthe would not lead the Poor Pea after he led a march protestIng From the beginning, King solution for IfberatingAmeri-
death of Criminal CourtJudge plea, however,Ray regretted ple's Campaign march on the city's refusal to grantits had been reluctant to supportthe ca's blacks, but he believed
W. Preston Battle may have the move and wrote a letterto demonstrations that too people felt
Washington.King's striking garbage men pay Memphis many
been hastened by the James Battle informing the Judgeof raise. said Andrew Young, executive otherwise, the article said.
Earl Ray Case, and, ironically his Intentions to seek post- secret decision to On that day, what began as a vice-president of SCLC. Dur- He reportedly told his aides
may provide Ray groundsfor conviction hearing, at whichhe cancel the Poor People's nonviolent demonstrationended ing a staff meeting with sub- that he might withdraw for awhile
a new trial.Medical was expected to ask for a Campaign was revealed In an In blood. A black youth ordinates ,on April 4, King and then return with
Examiner Dr. new trial.It article appearing in the was killed and 60 people were showed his discouragement more people u black and white
Jerry T. Francisco said Tues- Is this letter that may current Issue of Look magazine injured in a riot sparked by stating that he "might do well -- more deeply committed to
showed that win Ray the right to appeal- to withdraw from the move-
day an autopsy the march. The tragic event
a right which he waived when
Battle died of coronary insuf- he "If Dr. King had lived,there
entered the guilty plea.Ray
ficiency "a form of heart would have been
never a PoorPeople'
later claimed he
pleaded guiltyon bi-
disease In which emotions can I ,
s Campaign. never .
the advice of his attorney,
cause a fatal outcome." told anybody that," said Rev.
Percy Foreman,only after becoming -
Battle was found slumpedover convinced that he Ralph Abernathy, who succeeded -
a desk In his chambers would die In the electric chair King to become presi-
dent of the Southern Christian
Monday, Just one week and a otherwise.
day before Ray had been Tennessee law provides that Leadership Conference. He
scheduled to go on trial for any motions for a new trial and other former top aides Indicated -
that had become
the assassination of Dr.Martin pending before a Judge who King
Luther King Jr. Ray sud- dies must be granted. The law weary and despondent over s nonviolence.'I
constant criticism from
denly changed his plea at a does not s p e 11 out Just what
friends and foes.According .
special hearing March 10 and constitutes a motion and
entered a guilty plea in ex- Ray's letter might be regarded to these aides,
change for a 99-year sentence. as a motion. King lost considerable belief s
F' GD ti6 t


I Adderly Named Public DefenderLEO r- r

A. Leo Adder ly has been appointed earned his law degree from
public defender In the Howard University in Wash-
City of Miami Law Depart- ington in 1964. He was admit-
ment. ted to the Florida Bar in 1965. n I I

Adderly, 30 years old and a Opening a private practicein ..
bachelor, is a native Miamianand Miami, he became active In -
graduated from BookerT. civic affairs, directing voter Community Involvement Day prize; winners were: Left to right: Rubin

Washington High School In registration project !for the Cooper, Mrs. Catherine Johnson, Commissioner Athalie Range, Mrs. Bertha

1956. An outstanding student, Greater Miami Urban Leaguein Ayers, Mrs. Margaret Jones, Mrs. Earnestine Lindsey and Mrs. Emanuel
he named to the National 1965.In .
was
Hutchinson. Not shown is Roy L. Moses.
Honor Society in his senior 1966, he directed Project 4,
year. Enable for that same organi- ar. F Gifts were donated by Charlie Potter, Vice President of Burdines and ;

Following graduation from zation, and in July, Joined the William_Lehman.. .
Morehouse college In Atlanta, Economic Opportunity Pro-
Adderly returned to Miami gram, Inc. as a staff attorney, vl
and worked as a substitute serving in that capacity until
teacher In Dade County School January of 1969. In addition, FOR THE FINEST HOUSING ACCOMMODATIONS /

System during 1960-61., he wrote a legal services col- ADDERLY AT MODERATE RATES-CALL
He returned to college and umn for the Miami Times from
December 1967 through Jan- .

uary 1969.Adderly. . I
BONDED -
who lives at 5333 -
3,700 Laborers Out NW 29th Ct., Is a member of .
the American Bar, and countsa

On StrikeTwo m o and n g travel.his hobbies photography RENTAL .J

His new duties, effective .t .
unions voted Tuesdayto day off for "discussions" and March 27, Include the repre- .c;:,
AGENCY
begin striking Dade then voted In the evening to sentation of the Indigent in of-

County's booming building industry strike. fenses against the City.SIZES .
at 8 a.m., today. "
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Although members of the ( ,
carpenter's union are expected -

to contiue working today, c ,, THE LARGEST PRIVATE HOUSING RENTAL AND! ,

the strike of 5400 members of MN. Neely rketa MANAGEMENT AGENCY THE SOUTH,OPERATING
the laborers and the bricklayers Elsts (ARIA
IN DADE AND BROWARD COUNTIES
plasterers and masons U EEE
union is to effectively
expected A Httt ol cars and collectors give door to door service for
halt than
or hamper more
tenants convenienceA
$100 million in building. .pro-'
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jects. 1 to 14 community recreation,center for teenagers and adults "rent ;1

The bricklayers,plasterersand free," furnished and air dbditlon.d lor Jour cOllfort and enjoyment.,

masons union voted in the "THE lAST WORD IN A public relations deportment to assist you with your problems.
morning to reject an Industry FASHION AND FIr'
hour Tenants concern will stop vandalism ondreduc.thecostofheusing.
offer of a $2.50 an wage
increase over three PHONE 379.4831S
package
RENTS ARE DUE IN ADVANCEWE
years, instead demanding one
In the vicinity of $3 an hour.
The 3,700 members of La- SUGGEST THAT YOU PAY AT OFFICE, IN PERSON OR BY MAIL

borers Local 478 took Tues-
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yT9 f saaF yy y 5yftff vaafi Bayard Jr \,
Be Equal L "\)

Rustin :

Office: 6530 NW 15th Ave., Miami, F Ia. 33147-Phone: 691-042
by Whitney M. Young Jr.
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H. E. SIGISMUND REEVES, Editor and Publisher I
GARTH C. REEVES, Managing Editor I I Executive Director National Urban League Speaks ;

STANLEY I. SWEETING, Theatrical Editor -.- -- -- -. !


Notional Amalgamated Advertising Publishers Representative, 1 Inc." A Grim AnniversaryOne Prejudice And Poverty

310 Madison Avenue. New York, N. Y. 10017Member
of the National Newspaper Publishers Association year ago -- on April -- Dr. Martin Luther King, Jr.
2400 S. Michigan Avenue Chicago, III. 60616 was shot and killed in Memphis.His killer is now behind bars, Under Nixon
*.. but investigations should be pursued vigorously into evidenceof
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verdict of the court is in,but what of the verdict on the afflicted black people In America, seem to be in fora
Entered as Second Class Matter, August 9, 1927 at the Pos nation, whose shame is not erased? The meaning of a man's period of resurgence under President Nixon. Like the magi-
Office at Miami, Florida, under the act of March 8, 1876
death Is in his life.what he fought for and what he stood for. cian who says "Now you see it,and now you don't, "Mr. Nixon
"CREDO OF THE NEGRO PRESS"The Dr. King was a leader in a great national crusade to cleansethe makes rhetorical displays of friendship to Negroes in his pub-

the world NEGRO from racial PRESS and national believes antagonism that America when can it best accordsto lead blot of racism from the tortured pastand the stained pres- lic addresses, but In the serious business of day.to-day politics

every man regardless of his race, creed or color his human ent.How he is embarking upon a course which may be disastrousfor
and legal rights. Hating no man, fearing no man-the Negro far have we as a nation come in pursuing the goals for impoverished black Americans.
Press strives to help every man In the firm belief that all men which Dr. King laid down his life? Sadly, the answer is that These developments should come as no great surprise, as
are hurt as long as anyone Is held bock.1J1e .
little progress has been made. much of Mr. Nixon's support in the last election came from
Several weeks before Dr. King's assassination the Kerner
Southern conservatives and business executives --two groups
![ditor's oteboohtttuster Report was issued, warning that the nation is moving toward whose interests hardly coincide with the needs of the Negro.

two societies, separate but unequal. Now, the Urban Coalitionand And deletions taken today by the Nixon Administration are
Urban America have issued another report One Year largely a response to pressure from those quarters.
1969Christ Later .- studying what has been done about the Kerner Com-
mission's recommendations. Their conclusion: "The nation It was, for example, pressure from Strom Thurmond, the

the Lord is risen today has not reversed the movement apart. Blacks and whites re- segregationist senator from South Carolina, that had much to

Sons of men and angels say main deeply divided in their perceptions and experiences of do with the decision by Secretary of Health, Education, and
American society." Welfare Robert H. Finch to ease the enforcement of School
Raise your joys and triumphs high,
Sing, ye heavens and earth reply All of this Indicates that Dr. King will have died in vain un- desegregation guidelines in five Southern districts.During his
Alleluia!-Alleluia! less those of us who believe in creating a better society redouble campaign, Mr. Nixon assured Southerners that he was opposedto
our efforts to win what he fought for. "arbitrary" standards of racial balance, and Mr. Finch

Has our scientific,self-sufficient world outgrown the orginal April 4 will be a day of renewed mourning; a day of ceremonies seems to be acting upon that assurance.

Easter -even--as a child outgrows egg hunts and the Easter honoring Dr. King's memory. The best way to pay tri- Senator Thurmond's influence was again instrumental in the
bunny? Have we come too far on our own? Questions like bute to this great fighter for human rights is to rededicate our- decision by Deputy Defense Secretary David Packard to award
these may not be as modern as they sound. It was on the very selves to the ideals he represented. $14 million Defense contracts to three Southern textile firms

first Easterday, according to the book of Matthew,that Christ Prime among these was equality It was Martin Luther __ Dan River Mills, Burlington Industries, and J. P. Stevens
Jesus' resurrection was doubted and denied. Yet, every year, King's dream that one day there would be an America in which .- that have been charged with discrimination against Negroesin
as sure as spring, men look back to that event. The drama of whites and blacks would be full partners inequality. He fought employment. Mr. Packard did not require that the firms

those few days still speaks to every age. against the evils of segregation and the more subtle evils of make a written commitment in advance not to engage in dis-

Deny yourself completely, the Savior had taught, and you discrimination. That fight,must be continued. criminatory practices, even though one is required federal
will save yourself. But what if we can see nothing beyond that After Dr. King's death, a wave of shame and remorse swept regulations. In terms of what Negroes can expect from the
denied "self," no promise hidden In the ashes of the "old" the country. Whites and blacks alike pledged themselves to
decision is
Nixon Administration, Mr. Packard's as Impor-
Witht Immense affection for humanity Jesus become concerned with and with
man? practical more ending poverty helpingthe tant in the area of employment as is Secretary Finch's in
gave his answer. Willingly Jesus yielded up his body and the dispossessed. Now the time has come to rekindle the flameof
the of education.As .
area
tempora life and self associated with it. But the grave could morality; to fulfill those pledges and promises.
if these matters were not enough cause for alarm among
not contain him. The result was resurrection--his continuinglife. Individuals have to rededicate themselves to volunteer their
black people we now have the further decision by Secretaryof
He proved that real individuality is as irresistible as time, their energies, their influence, to the cause of bringing Transportation, John A. Volpe to scrap the prequalifica-
light. I t can never be absorbed. by darkness, can never be Justice and equality to this nation which lacks those qualitiesto
tion procedure set up by President Johnson to assure that
destroyed by circumstances or death. such a glaring degree.
federal contractsdo
How our hope and idealism are strenghtened by that example! And April 4 is also a day to reaffirm our belief in non-vio- highway construction companies receiving
not In discriminatory hiring practices. Here
Don't we catch a glimpse of the fact that we can safely let go lence. If Dr.King's name is associated with the concept of non engage
the Nixon Administration is appealing to the Interestsof
of that all-too-familiar sense of self and the limited good we violence. That such a great man of Peace should die a violent again
the rich. in this contractors- at
case powerful highway
suppose it can do? We can grow and develop without limit. death only underscores his unswerving belief in non-violent
We are to become what we actually arethe: sons of God! challenges to the society. He correctly saw that violence only the expense of the grievous needs of the poor.

No wonder Jesus' example--this senship with God to which breeds counter-violence, creating a never-ending circle of Relaxing desegregation guidelines and ignoring anti-bias
Jesus witnessed-.changed the course of history. It swept up oppression that can only doom our efforts create a just so- regulations will not only harm black people, but they indicate
and transformed his followers. It has taken on tidal-wave ciety. quite precisely in which direction Mr. Nixon is moving duringthe

proportions in the lives of men. We all have a responsibility to work for change, but the crucial early months of his administration. But there is a
Speaking of Christ Jesus of Nazareth, he taught and demon greatest burden must be with those who have the power. This more subtle and complicated set of circumstances presently
strated man's oneness with the Father. He taught no theoryno first anniversary of the tragedy that befell all Americans developing which will brutalize poor Negroes and poor white
doctrine,or creed. It was love to all men which he taught would be an ideal time for the nation's leaders in government, people u even more than the publicized actions of Finch, Pac-

and practiced. labor, and industry to declare their commitment to bringing kard, and Volpe. I am referring to Mr.Nixon's expressed de-
Doesn't Easter promise that each of us can leave his own about equality for all. sire to curb inflation in response to pressure from business

tomb? The imprlsioning stone of selfishness, indifference to Great questions are in the balance: whether our trillion- leaders who fear that an Inflationary economy will cut into

the suffering of others, mindless sensuality, self-doubt, can dollar economy can support a war on poverty; whether it can their profits.
be rolled away. All can obey Jesus'command to Peter: Followme build decent housing and provide jobs and education for all. The economics of the situation is complex, but It is enough
(John 21:19))We follow when we respond to the deeper needsof The answers could decide whether our cities and our hopes for here to note that if Mr. Nixon decides to curb inflation by increasing -
fellow men for dignity, affection, forgiveness. And such true democracy will survive. unemployment and reducing federal expenditures,the
compassion begins to reveal'true individuality..ourselves as One way to insure that they will is for all of us, black and results will be tragic for black people. It will meanjhat a 1%
known by God.,Isn't this the beginning of our resurrection white, rich and poor, to work for change in the same spirit Increase in unemployment will put one million more people
finding again that endless wonder of the world's first Easter.So that Martin Luther King, Jr. worked to make his dream of a out of work, many of whom will be young and black Economlc
as sons of God, let us do as God would have us-love our united America a reality. experts are predicting this to happen within the next year. It
neighbor and do unto him as we would have him do unto us. will also mean that we cannot expect the Federal Governmentto

This season, let us worship in the church of your choice and commit the resources that are needed to rebuild our cities,
put the religious aspect back into Easter. PHIL OSSOFERMan employee of our citizens, and educate all of our children

is diverse and nun is seriously questions the familyof Mr. Nixon may speak of giving black people a piece of the
SOME GOOD NEWS FOR A CHANGEHere one: diverse in physical attributes man or the fundamental brotherhood action," but the reality is otherwise. The action is coming
and one in creation. We In fact, the present from the South and from the rich, and I fear that there may
we give you an editorial from the Living Church entitled all recognize the surface dif- human problem, though by no be hard times ahead for those desperately in need of social
: Some Good News For A Change. ferences, but are only slowly means the only one, is how to Justice.
Not all the news these days about the Episcopal Church is learning the basic oneness of accept and adjust to the all-
bad news. Bishop Hines was able happily report to the exe- mankind. This knowledgecomes pervading diversity in such a
cutive council at its last meeting that Episcopalians had sub- as we awaken spiri- way that the underlying unity
stantially over subscribed his appeal for the needy in Nigeria tually and begin to understandthat predominates."

Biafra. The goal of his appeal had been 200000. When all golden image of God instilled The answer to this problemis Get The Miami Times
contributions are in and counted they may reach$350,000.Not (and too often stilled) as old as the problem it-
bad; quite tremendous in fact. This happens at a time when within our souls. self. Every Prophet of God

church budgets on the national, diocesan and U'ochlallevels Unless we take a mature has spoken of it. Moses said, By Mail
are badly underscribed Bp.Bayne's apt word for it is "short attitude towards the diversi- "Love thy neighbor as thy-
fall". Nobody who loves the Lord and his church can be com- ties o f man, we cannot basically self.*' (Leviticus 19:19)). in .
placent about the general situation.Yet in the midst of all this, understand his true oneness Malachi, 2:10, it says, "Havewe Every Week For $5.00

stands that rousing response to the appeal for Nigeria Bia- Science sees both aspects not all one father?Hath not ---- .
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fra. of man and wisely recognizes one God created us?" Jesus
Is there here a readable message for those who run? We the greater importanceof said, "Love your enemies, I SUBSCRIPTION ORDER I

think so. Episcopalians will give cheerfully for any enterprise the oneness.Dr. bless them that curse you. Miami Times
which they clearly see as a mission of Christ. Oh, not all of N. J. Berrlll,professorat (Matt. 5:44.) Muhammad said,
them to be sure; let us say most of them, the general run of McGlll University in Mon- Mankind was but one people; I 6530 NW 15th Avenue
them. treal, in his book, "You and and God sent prophets to announce Miami, Florida 3317
the Universe", ably states the glad-tidings and to I
problem, though he does not warn; and He sent down with 1 I
POITIER HIGHEST PAID ACTORWell : Enclosed of $5.00
please find the sum ,
offer a solution for it He says, them the Book of Truth,that it j
It's congratulations ,to the well known Sydney Poitier "We see a different face in might decide the disputes of to cover she cost of a one :year subscription

\ who now is credited with being the highest paid actor in the every human being, yet behind men." (Qur'an, 2:209.) Thus I to the Miami Times. 1
world. Poitier who won his honor with the 1968 award taking it them all we see the same we always been admonIshed 1 1
over, from Julie Andrews who had been top money-maker in person whether their skin be to accept unity despiteour
1966 and 1967. Poitier's former agent saidhe is now the high yellow, brown' or white or diversities.The Mail Paper To -

est actor and stands ultimately tohave made$10 million, from, whether they be men or wo- important thing is this I Address
his four most recent pictures"To Sir With Love", ""Guess men. The diversity is there loving service, not lip ser-
Who's Coming to Dinner?" "In The Heat of the Night" and without a doubt but so is the vice, will enable us to solve 1 City, Sto,.._ _ Zip Cod. I

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THE MIAMI TIMES, Friday, April 4, 1969 5

Ray Says 'Political
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Developments' Will Free Him "l

BAY DID NOT KILL
In 2 To 4 YearsNEW MARTIN1UCIFEQ"HING Y.
4 Si I .
YORK- James Earl Ray, the confessed killed of Dr. SAYS J.&STONE, '; / (
Martin Luther King,Jr.,firmly believes that political FORMER ORGANIZER
developments" in the United States will cause him to be freed FORTHEKUKLUXKLANANDTHE r
from prison in two to four years.
Ray's beliefs were revealed this week inanarticle appear- NEW
ing in the current issue of Look magazine. The article, by LAWYER FOR RAY." $ # ;
author William Bradford Huie, is based on information suppliedby
Ray, his lawyers and members of Ray's family.
Ray, now serving a 99-year term in Tennessee State Prisonat
Nashville, "took what he regards as a political action approved w rtd A v
by millions of Americans," wrote Huie. "Ray thinkshe
fired the first shot in a social or racial conflict, a second
Civil War, which will eventually result in his being freed.
"He therefore feels fulfilled: He believes he is liked, re- .. T.N:::
spected, even admired. And he is confident that political developments -- .-. .
in the United States will cause him to be freed in
two to four years." jft.:
Ray, according to Huie, believed that George C. Wallace V
would be elected President on November 5, 1968, and that .
Wallace would promptly pardon the killer of Dr. King. :
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"James Ray thought that by murdering Dr.King,he would aid ,
Wallace's cause," Huie said.
Even though Wallace was not elected, Rayandhis brothers, "
Jerry, 34, and John, 37, "took comfort" in the Republican
victory, wrote Huie, adding: ,
"They figured they had gained something. The trial was
(originally) set to begin November 12,1968.One of the rea-
sons why James Ray changed attorneys on the eve of his trial,
thereby forcing a postponement of several months,was that he
thought he'd have a better chance if his trial were held after
January 20, 1969" (the day Richard Nixon was inaugurated r4.i Hpt $'ti
President).
Ray's brother Jerry indicated that they may be banking on
a changing political climate that would favor James Earl Ray's r 4 Rov.3
early release from prison. At one point he told author Huie:

"Jimmy's friends are 'just bound to have more power after Suddenly They Want In Why?
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President.
Nixon becomes
The confessed killer himself had written to Huie, stating
that in Shelby County where the trial was to take place "70 were excluded from the American society and suffered re-
percent of the voters. . voted for either Wallace of Nixon" strictions and prejudices which they have overcome by their !
and therefore he expected the jury to be lenient.In own effort and accomplishment in the professional, scientificand
his Look article, author Huie said that his own conclu- educational world. The Negro people can learnby follow-
sions point to the likelihood that James Earl Ray acted alonein ing the example of the three groups. No one is more aware of r
the murder of Dr. King, despite some lingering doubt that the tragic and cruel history of the black people than the writer, T'1
Ray was involved in a conspiracy. Ray, said Rule, murdered but I sincerely believe that color of skin will not prevent them By Booker T. :
King in order to achieve "status' among his future fellow from getting into the American stream of life,as evidenced by Hales.
prisoners, because events seem to show that he knew he would the achievement of the Japanese and Chinese in the United
CAN I CHANGE MY MIND?
eventually be caught and sent back to prison. States.
"I now believe he (Ray) killed Dr. King to achieve such I have heard objections to the examples givenby what Jews From all reports it appears that Elijah Muhammad, leaderof
status. Only secondly is concernedaboutstatusamong peo- have accomplished in less than half a century, because they the Black Muslim Sect, Is losing his most productive disciple 14
ple who don't Inhabit prisons,' Huie wrote. Ray, said the author are white, but that, apparently, is not the reason for their In relation to membership appeal. The recent revelationthat
sustained himself with al fantasy in which he took the success. If a white skin was necessary, then the Chinese and Muhammad All is parting ways with the religious sect
witness stand "before the world" and performed masterfully. Japanese could not have accomplished what they did. possibly explains his Involvement with the white devil (his k'
Ray "surrendered this fantasy and agreed to plead guilty, It might be revealing to state that in the 1960 census, the i own term) in command of the resturant chain of which he has
I feel sure, only after he decided that,despite his guilty plea, Jews, Japanese and Chinese were far ahead of the white Anglo been made vice-president. I wrote a column recently expressing ;
he will now be an important person prison, and that he will Saxon Protestants who are supposed to be American's most: my utter amazment at what seemed to my way of thinking ,
yet win freedom in some dramatic manner," said Huie. privilege group, and generally have more money, and pro- to be direct conflict of interest.I could not at that time accept
To clear up a possible misconception that Ray is not a bably compose the fourth elite.It the possibility that such a break-up was in the making. My ,
"killer" and therefore would have been Incapable of killl1 will probably astonish almost everyone that these three trouble at the time could easily be attributed to, too much rational -
anyone, Huie offered evidence that in 1966 Ray was given a groups, the Jews, Japanese and Chinese, now constitute the thinking.
thorough six-week psychiatric examination at the Fulton(Missouri three indefinable American elites if elite classification is
) State Hospital. judged by the percentage of the group's members in higher So you will know why I used the term rational thinking, I
Ray was diagnosed as a "sociopathic personality, antiso- status occupations.The will share a few of my thoughts that somehow affected my reasoning -
cial type with anxiety and depressive features." This diagnosis two groups who were formerly victims of the greatest If Muhammad All Is no longer a member of the Mus-
strongly suggested that he would have been capable of prejudices, the Chinese and Japanese, are just as much set lim sect, what will be his defense in relation to the draft? If
murder, a belief which Huie confirmed with the superintendent apart by the color of the skin as are members of the black he can no longer use the sanctity of the ministry in his effortsto
of the hospital, Dr. D. B. Peterson. minority.We avoid Induction, what are his decisions for future defiance
To clear up another misconception that Ray, having spent should also take note of the fact that not so long ago, based upon? After having given upso much materially, in pur-
there laws the and Chinese suit of his religious beliefs what Is the cause of this sudden
much of his life in prison, is not a racist or "niggerhater"and were special against Japanese ,
therefore could have been motivated only by money, Huie setting them apart and discriminating against them. about face? Could it be that the original enchantment has
offered evidence that shows Ray has anti-Negro feelings. Tragically enough, the black minority has been viciously lost, its lusture? Or, would It be more in line with the truthto
On April 5, 1958, Ray was released from the Federal prisonat exploited, oppressed and discriminated against during the past say the boy has suddenly become a man, and decided his
Leavenworth, Kan., with the following Item in his report: centuries, and there Is no moral excuse for that tragic his- decisions must be his own? ?
"On September 12, 1957, he was approved for our Honor tory. This condition of servitude, oppression and discrimination a
Farm but was never actually transferred to the farm due to is rapidly changing, and I humbly submit that instead of r recall hearing of a statement that warned to never change
the fact that he did not feel that he could live in an Honor Farm spending themselves'on hateandrecrimination, to apply them boats in the middle of the stream".This saying, as it was
Dormitory because they are integrated. . selves to self-emancipation by higher education and qualifi- called, has long since lost Its appeal to present members of
Furthermore, bitter anti-Negro actions or remarks by Ray cation and assume their rightful place in our, free society.The society. It appears the only place to change boats now Is In
were reported to author Huie by persons who knew Ray in' opportunity is here; will they grasp It, or will they bemoan the mid dl'ot the stream, because only then does It seem
Canada, Mexico and California. their fate of the past and remain stationary? necessary. In this decade we have seen democrats turn repub-
Although the author has concluded that Ray probably acted A few Illustrations might serve the point I am trying to lican, republicans turn democrat, protestants turn Jewish,
alone in the actual shooting of Dr. King, "I believe that one make, proving that what one does determines one's status. protestants turn catholic and catholics turn protestants. We
or two men other than James Earl Ray may have had fore- When the white man speaks of Dr. Bunche, he does not speakof have In a sense become accustomed to the fact that the beliefs -
knowledge of this murder,and that makes a little conspiracy," him as a Negro, and rarely the color of skin is mentionedand and ideals of Individuals do change. We have accepted
Huie commented in Look. when mentioned, it is only for the purpose of showingthat those personal rebellions with little more concern than a raiseof
"But if there was a conspiracy, I now believe that James the color of the skin plays no part in the respect and ad- the eye-brows, but somehow I wonder if Cassius Clay will
Earl Ray was probably its leader, not its tool or its dupe.; miration for him. The same is true when the white people be allowed this same priviledge? wonder ifhe too will be allowed -
speak of Senator Brookes of Massachusetts. It is with great to re-choose?
respect and admiration and never with a sense of condescension. -
Dr. Booker T. 'Washington Is mentioned with the same
I I Not FictionLEON I admiration and respect, never deprecating him because he I championed his right to select his own religion, when he
Facts was black. I could cite hundreds of cases to prove the point made It known that he had decided to embrace the Black Muslim a
J. ELL that what one does determines his standing In our free society faith. Just as vigorously will I endorse his right to reevaluate --
Patrick Moynihan, the Government's Chief Advisor on Urban and make whatever changes he deems necessary to
Problems, said "In the United States, what one does is We are living at a time of strain and stress because of internal meet the challenges that affront him. I feel it Is always with-
what one Is." Man's status in our free society is determinedby and external conditions, and as disturbing as these in our rights to make periodc examinations of our own aims
what he does and not by the color of his skin, nor bis ancestry -' changing times are to the vested interests, it is, neverthe- and ambitions and make the necessary changes we fee will
and depends solely on his occupation and personal behavior less, a blessing and a boon for the oppressed and discrimi- bring fulfillment. Society grants each of us this prlvlledge so
nated, providing they take the opportunity and use It to their long as we remain within the bounds of the law.
Not many people are aware that in this great country of ours,, own advantage, and for the elevation and improvement of our
achievement produces status and greater status is reached by society. No nation is free unless all oUts members are free. The Chicago Defender is quoted as saying Muhammad AU
higher achievement and liberates any group that was oppres- The provision In our Constitution that all men are created: has been thrown out of the Muslims, but Elijah Muhammad
sed and discriminated against. To Illustrate the point, take equal should not be construed literally, It means that all men wrote in last Friday's edition of the sect newspaper that All's
those of Jewish, Japanese and Chinese descent. These three should have an equal opportunity to make of themselves. what expressed desire to return to the ring to pay off his debts
groups, just recently excluded from the main stream of their potentials permit. "puts us (Muslims) out of his corner". to my opinion Elijah
American life, now constitute the American elite status be- I would not be so presumtuous as advise the black people Muhammad has only verified the statement attributed to the
cause they are judged by the percentage of the group's mem- what they should do. Hence, the thesis above should be taken Chicago newspaper It seems the Champ's desire to once more i; }
bers in the higher status occupation plus the percentage of the by the Negro people as a one man's opinion and not as a di- feel the spirit of capitalism made him unellglble for membership
group's generation receiving university education. rective.To and if this is the way the principles would have It, I
It is not so long ago mat the Jews, Japanese and Chinese be continued in the next column. must say lathe_ words of the prophets "so be It".



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6 THE MIAMI TIMES, Friday, April, 4, 1969 -.

Radio Series On The Black 1 dllflJltdfI



Woman Today Released By ei9 t4dOCU A


BY CLARICE LITTLES PepsiColaPepsiCola
Miami Times Society Editor

Company announced feature various aspects of BY PRISCILLA REDDINGThe
A TIME OF MANY MIRACLES this week a series of black womens' role today,how L --l

Flowers sleeping 'neat! the snow, ,. tk'. public service radio programs they are making it, and their Richmond Heights Women's Club invites you to attend
Awakening when the Spring winds blow :'','..'!,r.. focusing on black women who accomplishments and their Annual Spring Fashion Tea, Sunday, April 20, from 4 to
Leafless trees so bate before, are making significant contri- achievements.The 6 p.m. at Richmond Heights Jr. High School, 15015 SW 103rd
Crowned in lacy green once more . butions in the professions of majority of the Inter- Ave. Benefit scholarship fund.
Hard, unyielding, frozen sod ;. '' i politics, medicine, law,the viewees will be women suchas
Now softly carpeted by God. > arts, government, etc. Florynce Kennedy, a well- Winners of the Lawn of the Month are Mr. and Mrs. Edgar
Still streams melting in the Spring known lawyer; Claudia Mc- Jones of 11615 SW 142nd Terrace. Mr. and Mrs. Jones have

Rippling over rocks that sing, Miss Joan Murray, promi- Neil, Broadway and motion had this particular honor once before. Once again we congratulate
Barren, windswept, lonely hills '"', nent news correspondent for a picture actress; ShirleyChisholm you.
Turning gold with daffodils . national TV network is on first black woman elec-
These miracles all around The members of the Second Baptist Youth Dept., cordially
are ted toCongress; actress Diana
,. special assignment serving as
Within our sight and touch and sound .... moderator for this radio Sands and Inez Kaiser, authorof Invite you to attend their Easter program onSunday afternoon.
As true and wonderful today series. Running in length from "Soul Food" cookbook. Easter Sunrise Services will be held atSecond Baptist, Sun-
As when "the stone was rolled away"Proclaiming 31/2 to 5 minutes, the shows Other guests will include day at 6 a.m. The community is cordially Invited.
to all doubting men prominent male personalities
That in God all things live again.He such as James Earl Jones, Home for Spring break and Easter recess from various
was crucified and buried currently starring in Broad- colleges and universities are Raymond Ralford, Ertha Swain,

And rose again in glory way's hit play, "The Great Betty Swain, Calvin Patterson,Sylvia Redding,Thomas Laing,
And the Savior's resurrection White Hope"; Rosko, leading Linda Blair and Josephine Holloway.

Makes the wondrous East disc Jockey; and many others
An abiding reassurance that man dies to live againIn who will comment on the wo- Come out and enjoy an evening of good fun and entertain-
a place that's free from trouble where there's peace man's role today. ment April 4, at 2 p.m. in the Educational Building of Second

Among ALL Men. ,ry Hartwest Productions, Inc., Baptist Church. A movie,.will be shown. Admission 35f in ad-
a pioneer in the field of talk vance 50$ at the door.I _
Helen Steiner Rice
programming, has been se-
May the love of God surround you, May His Peace be all s lected to produce and distri- All Dade County Public Schools will resume classes on
around you, and may your Easter day be blessed with every- bute the radio series in ma- April 7th.Home .
thing that's happiest. jor markets around the coun-
Warmest greetings to all citizens of the Jewish faith on the try. for a short leave from the Air Force is Airman Robert
occasion of th e wondrous festival of Passover. As you cele- Coleman, the son of Mr. and Mrs. Charles Ivey.Let's .

brate your people's emancipation from slavery and their exodus EASTER FASHION SHOW
from Egypt which for 4000 years has been your inspira- I
Cox Kindergarten cordially
tion against the forces of evil and tyranny may you be annual 0 .. d o .
1 n v ti e s you to its
strenghtened in your resolve to preserve the hallowed ideals "Easter Fashion Show" on

of the passover-liberation and freedom. Frances Henderson, Lib- Sunday, April 6, 3:00 p.m. to
The community welcomes members of Sigma Gamma Rho erty City Area Director for 6:00 p.m at 200 NW 47th St., 1y
Sorority, Inc. whose Twenty-Ninth Annual Southeastern Re- EOPI, was one of seven wo- Sam Baker and his band will
gional Conference convenes Friday and Saturday April 4 and
men saluted as 1968 Community make a guest appearance and
5 at the Sheraton Four Ambassadors. Gamma Delta Sigma is G
Headliners this week for will make this one of the v
the host chapter. outstanding contributions to finest fashion shows ever.Do- 00
Members of the local Pan Hellenic Council have been invited Miami. nation is 50?.
to meet Grand Basileus, Dr. Lorraine Williams,Howard
University at the home of Soror Allene V. Taylor on Thurs-
The Golden Key Club of Miami-Dade Jr. College South will
day, April 3, at 7:30 p.m.
be having a memorial march for the late Martin
Rev. L. King
,
On Saturday, March 29 at Miami Springs' Villas, Theta { kf
Sigma Phi's Date With the Press luncheon was shared with Jr., on Friday, April 4. The march will assemble at 8 a.m. in
the east parking lot of Miami-Dade Jr.College South and ter-
almost 500 guests and members. Featured speaker, Margaret
Moore presented her Anti-Crime blueprint. minate at the Torch of Friendship on Biscayne Blvd where a
memorial service will be held. "
Seven women were saluted as 1968 community headliners, M
who have made outstanding contributions to Miami.The head-
Mr. and Mrs.Willard HartBetty Lou the
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are
proud parentsof
liners represented, ranged from a college president to an
author, from an artist to a mortgage banking executive. They a baby girl (Betty LaVonn) born March 28 in Cedars of /7/
Lebanon Hospital, weighing in at five pounds and 15 ounces.
were Carol Beeber, Sister M. Dorothy Browne, Mae Knight

Clark, Olive Dungan, Frances Henderson, Juanita May, and During March birthdays, Mrs. Ida Beasley King gave a
Rosebelle Roth. Congratulations! surprise birthday party for her lifelong friend Mrs. Lottie
Flossie Gibson entertained friends with a bridge and lunch- Riley. The Wesleyan Service Guild of Ebenezer Methodist .
eon at her 41st Street home, Monday, March 31. enjoying the Church also entertained Mrs. Riley during the festive occasion.I t
afternoon were Estelle Jackson, Mabel Haile, Blanche Dean, 4
Edmonia Jackson, Mabel J. Matthews, Evelyn Frazier, Flor- Get well wishes to night nurse, Ida Clements of Mercy Hos-
ence Morgan, Clarice Littles, Olivia Harmon and M. Sweeny. pital after a car accident.
Mrs. Ena Bernard (Josefina Harvin's) mom Jetted down
from Washington for a surprise visit with her daughter and Larry E, Souter son of Mr. and Mrs. John (Evelyn) Souter
son-in-law and six grandchildren.The left the city, for Madison, Fla., to spend his Spring recess
chiefs granddaughters are all together again. Rachelis with his aunt Mrs. Lena Lattimer and friends. He is a seniorat

home on spring vacation from Bennett College; Clarice Miami Edison.
Reginia Frazier is down from Decee for a visit with her family
and friends and Cleo is the one at home. Ruth Foreman's production of "A Thousand Clowns" with
The Gordon (Gloria) Johnsons are all smiles since Mrs. an all Negro cast, starring WMBM's Ernie Fields will per- z rY

Edythe Johnson (Gordon's mom) of Eatontown,N.J. is visiting form for guests of the Fountaiebleau Hotel on Friday, April '. c. a.
Miami. 4, at 9p.m.Final .3

Rev. and Mrs. A. W. Hamilton, Newark, N. J. were the
houseguests of her daughter and son-in-law, Mr. and Mrs. performance of the Children's Theatre Easter show,
Grachan Moncur, 2625 NW 55th Street.After coming to Florida "The Kids Celebrate Easter" starring Angelo Rutherford of
the couple spent a week in Kingston as guests of Bishop the "Gentle Ben" series, will be performed Saturday, at 2 \
Hamilton. They expressed delight with Jamaica and with the p.m., at. the North Miami Playhouse. Young Angelo, will be r
services rendered by North's Travel Bureau. the subject'of the feature story in TV Guide, for the week of
Mr. Amos W. Smith and his daughter, Pleasant George April 5th. gather
Jetted to Nassau to attend the funeral of their wife and mother those eggs; baby.;

Mrs. Dell Smith. In a sun-spanking coat
The Alonzo (Carmen) Jacksons, son, Karlon and twin daugh- YOU DON'T HAVE TO WAIT UNTIL and dress made for
ters, Shame and Sharla spent the weekend in Ocala. EASTER TO HAVE YOUR PICTURE your
TAKEN Easter best.
!: With
mini
Jewel Young and daughters, Traci and Michelle Journeyedto
For the
Selma, Ala., to spend the Easter vacation with her parents. Best Easter Pictures, see: kick-pleats and pizazzy-

Alice Harrison and daughters, Adria and Traci are in Las JOHNSON plaids. Size 3 up. Yippy yellow
Vegas. Attending the American, Personnel and Guidance As- OF MIAMI and white. Or bippy blue
sociation meeting in that city are Alice (Mrs. Samuel) and white. $32.
Harrison, Dorothy (Mrs. Harvey) Wallace and MargueriteMrs. H86 NW 36th St. 635-4748
( Maxie) Miller.
Over' from St. Petersburg are James and Venda Rei Gibson Special Easter Setting Quick Service Styled fo{jjrJ/f/ !bar by Stephanie Q

and daughters, Natalia and Davrey, who are visiting D. W. Avoid the Rush Come Anytime
(Prof) and Millicent Wilson.
Evelyn Fair has returned to the city after rushing to St. Big Sale
Petersburg to be at the bedside of her mother.
Cheryl Edwards is vacationing in New York. But Marie Now In .

Cooper is in Nassau visiting her daughter, Carol Cooper. THE EBONETTES CIVIC CLUB
Friends of Nancy Pate are happy to know that she is out of ProgressOPEN
,Hialeah Hospital and is recuperating at home. Will Present A
EVENINGS 'TIL 9LOHU'S
After wintering in Florida, the L. E. (Evelyn) Fraziers KIDDIE'S FASHION PARADE & SHOW
have shuttered their winter home and are in Atlanta again.

Congratulations to A. Leo Adderly, son of Mrs. Elaine J. On Easter Sunday, April 6, at 4 p.m.
Adderly and the late Alfonso Adderly who has been appointed .4
public defender in the city of Miami Law Department. at the Police Benevolent Hall W ILORfS
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Four Miami area men will receive Champion of Higher NW 43rd St. & 17th Avenue

Education in Florida awards April 18 at Miami. Lakes Inn
and Country Club luncheon. Entertainment, Refreshments, Easter Eggs FASHION SHOPS . EVERYWHERE!

Selected to receive the awards were George Coury,Charles Donation: Adults $1.00 Children 50* 1112 NW ITH AVENUE (EMSON CENTEX

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I j Addie R-'porfs; - Twins Easter Parade Zetas Seeking Miss Cinderella

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& Miss PrincessTaJUANA
I | On Musical' Arts JI 3 0 'Clock SundayMiami's

j By ADLINE PONTIPHFLET I
_ ! ! l _ twins will step out In strollers, on bikes, or Just
"Musical training Is a more paring a more classical-type In colorful style for the 15th plain walking, sporting Easter t- 1k
potent Instrument than any number for the forthcoming annual Twins Easter parade finery or costumes in this salute __
I other, because rhythm and concert; "A May Morning", a beginning at 3 p.m. Sunday to multiple births.
harmony find their way into the rathe difficult little vignette from the Dade County Court- Official Judges are State At-
inward places of the soul." bent on the articulation of vo- house. tomeyRichard Gerstein,State
cal technique. What with her The parade is the highlightof Representative Dick Renick,
and the annual Twins Easter and TV personality "White -.
'" charming personality a
good clear voice, our 1969 Festival sponsored by the Mo- Baron."
Spring Concert, scheduled for thers of Twins Club, the Cityof Paraders will be accom-
Sunday afternoon, June 15, In Miami and MetropolitanDade panied by Bozo the Clown and
the LaRonde R"oomoftheHotelFontainebleau County. Over 30 sets of the City of Miami Fire Depart-
should be no- twins, from youngsters to ment's largest fire truck, a
thing less than interesting.This adults, are expected to participate 100-ft. aerial extension lad-
t. being an invitational this year. der, with its miniature replica
affair will necessitate you to The parade route, down "Ladder One-Third." r
.8 contact one of our membersall Flagler Street Biscayne Any sets of twins are eli-
( of which will be presentedeach Boulevard and then north to gible to enter the parade and DAVIS RUTHIE FERGUSON

week,individually,in this NE Fourth Street, will be filled compete for various cash Competing for the title of Ruthie Ferguson, daughterof
column with gaily dressed doubles prizes from $5 to $25andtro- Princess to Miss CinderellaIs
) or patrons who will Mr. and Mrs. Ellis Ferguson -
make competing for prizes in orgi- phies. Details can be obtained Tajuana Davis, daughterof
the attendance is
contestant for
_u____ __ _,_u,___.._u__, i i possible. nality. from Mrs. Paul Dinegro, 238- Mr. and Mrs. Jack Davis. Cinderella.a Ruthie attends Miss

VALDA COLE visit May with we footnote our little a They'll_ __n_be_____riding___ on floats 7213. Tajuana is a seventh graderat Mays High t School. She is a
by extending
you
School.She holds
Having read the above quo- cordial welcome to Miss Mays High member of St. Paul Baptist
tation, it Is the! word "soul" Beverly A. Barnwell, whohas "Showmobife' At Coconut Grove membership at New Bethel Church in Homestead, Florida
Church there she Is
that prompts me to introduceour graciously volunteered to as- A.M.E. Her hobbies are dancing,sew-
next guest PerformingArts Art's Festival a participant in the choir.Ta- ing and reading poetry.
sist Miss Dickie In the Model-
In the
juana enjoys working Ruthie's ambitions to be-
Society member, Miss are
ling and Physical Culture De-
Valda Cole. Miss Cole Is the partment. Her first session On Saturday, April 12, at conut Grove Bayfront Park, neighborhood club, cooking, come an early childhood
1 and 3 the Metro- 2820 McFarlane Road. This creative writing and photo teacher.
daughter: of Mr. and Mrs. Ar- with us last Sunday proved to p.m. p.m.
thur Cole, residing at 1131 be so successful, we laud our politan Dade County Park and park is centrally located In the graphy.
NW 65th St., here in Miami. good relationship with the Al- Recreation Department will heart of Coconut Grove and
Valda has always impressed mighty who has provided us sponsor two showings of the within walking distance of all
me because of her devoted play "Androcles and the Lion" exhibits and attractions show- MERCHANTS WHO AD.VERTISE IN
with the services of this gen- THE
attention to the affairs which by George Bernard Shaw. The ing at the Coconut Grove Art's
concern her In the society. erous person. play, appealing to youngsters, Festival. MIAMI TIMES ARE TELLING YOU THEY
Without question, she participates Valda and I wish you to teens and adults, will be pre- The teen age clown club of APPRECIATE DOING BUSINESS WITH YOU.
wholeheartedly In all please be happy, love one an- sented by the North Miami Dade County will be guest per- THEY ARE COURTEOUS, DEPENDABLE.
that Is happening within our other. High School Drama Depart- formers passing out balloonsto
walls. Function after function, Next week, Miss Catherine ment on the stage of the Dade the youngsters. Excitementand PLEASE PATRONIZE THEM!
she displays her beautiful un- McKham. County Showmobile at the Co fun for all ages!
spoiled personality which is
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enjoyed by all those who
recognize her tremendous

talent.On the surface, Miss Coleis BUR D I N 1331 j'SffVb .: "

seemingly very consciousof fVrGIRLS' .
her appearance always in .
keeping with the latest styles, tl
however, her attitude is no- DRESS CLEARANCE .i. .
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thing less than a reservoir of '''' .

modesty her which polite In manners turn compliments and- 30% to 50% OFF ,' ,,,}r ,"11"' t""fl'Jtlr; 1!: /

good taste. Interested In 'I V i! " .'. .
modelling, (and we have an expert Reg59916.00, now3991299.What a variety of styles! A-lines, ', ",:';,;

care Minerva of that department Dickie who)Valda takes fit 'n flares, empires, dropwai sts in the freshest, softest pastels, '1/ ::;id'I!

represents us well in publicnot solids and prints. Latest fashion fabrics; cotton voiles, polyes'l" ,:
to mention what this Is
doing for herself. ter/cottonsrcottons.Not all styles in all sizes! Sizes 3-6x 714. "

Talentwise, ItwasValdawho
sang that lovely "Autumn young peoples' world, at all 7 Burd Ine'. 'stores
Leaves" which Mr. La Pierre i
arranged for her in prepara-
tion for her participation in
the last Fall Concert In De-
cember '68. You might recall
hearing the voice of collara-
s'n'll.
turic Juan It a Deshazior, ra k r .d vr. wp

blending high notes of descant
nature from the background. I 'r
Both voices complimented the \ tb 1 1; .!)Jt 4 4Y 4y

splendour of the concert's
tlrity.
Miss Cole Is presently pre-


FIRST NEGRO IN

HOUSE, OF LORDSSir

Learie Constantine, 67,
once one of the world's great //4,, 6i ,. nr
cricket players, has becomethe
first Negro In history to
take a seat in the British / 'gy dr
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House of Lords during an an- x
cient ceremony In London.
Lord Constantine was the high ....
commissioner for Trinidadand

Tobago from 1962tol964. / .k r ZS .

BOOKER T.

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OF '49

The Booker T. Washington
Class of 1949 will meet on
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Monday, April 7, at the Alia-
pattah Jr. High School. The
meeting will begin promptlyat
8 p.m.
All Forty Niners are urgedto ,
be present. Refreshmentswill "
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ban League of Greater Miami,
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of ConspiracyNEW l form at the April 17 meetingof
the Greater Miami Chapterof a;*
One of the that Ray Killed Dr. King because at least some time to study the Florida Public Relations
lawyers Involved with James he was directed to do the rooming-house complex Assn.
Earl Ray in the Martin Luther it." from which the fatal shot is j
King, Jr. murder case said In his signed article, Hanes alledged to have been fired,we ) The dinner meeting will be
this week that he still believes listed specific reasons that in can't believe that Ray could at 7:30 p.m. at the Dupont
Ray was part of a conspiracy his opinion place considerabledoubt have known that he would have plaza Hotel.Following.
and offered specific reasons on the belief that Ray an unobstructed line of fire
why he thinks Ray was,help acted alone. Among those rea- at Dr. King from the room he the talks, there
sons: rented, or from the bathroomthe of
ed.In will be table discussions
an article appearing in There is no evidence that state claims the shot was
the subject matter by mem-
the current issue of Look Ray entered the rooming house fired from," said Hanes. bers of the chapter and then
Magazine, Arthur J. Hanes, from which he shot King before Two witnesses, includ- both Dyer and Fair will answer -
former attorney for Ray, said 3:15 p.m. on the day of ing Dr. King's chauffeur, sawa
questions.
that despite Ray's plea of the murder. "Unless Ray actually man run out of the bushes,
guilty in court I still believe walked through and had Just after the shot was fired, Bernard N. Dyer, directorof
in lot below the window where "This should be one of the Gerald F. Whaley, president
OON'T MISS! ) MIAMI AMIA SHOWING* | a the LibertyCltyCommunity I
the assassin is supposed to Council, and T.Wlllard Fair, most interesting meetings the "It's in line with our policy of
9thst ART .131,,"NE.)9th..ST.. *.M/.IJII MIAMI have aimed at King. The man executive director of the Ur- chapter ever has had," said community involvement."
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P Op i t 7 r M was described as having a
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F Candy !. a plllfol Plull 1 All N.w ness says he saw the man firea
of cttatvl Paulonatel!| GIRLIEFROLICS shot from the bushes and then
WALLS I "take off." Nearby, firemenan
CANDY BABY HAVE EYES I in color
policemen heard the shot , 1 1r
POftlTIVILY NO ONI UNDII1 ADMITTIDI and all of them, too, thoughtit \ I
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OPENS FRIDAY Sales Representative for the Gulf Oil Co.-U.S. in Miami, goes over the details .

ATLANTIC RECORDS' of a new marine fuel promotion program with Don Hoefle, owner of the

RECORDING STARRALPH Little River Marina on the 79th St. Causeway. Mr. Johnson is proud to say
: .y ro that there Is nothing unusual about his sales territory, unless it would be the

two marinas he calls on in addition to his 21 service stations assigned to
him. "What is unusual about the territory is that I'm the first black Sales

Representative to handle It," the 1964 Morehouse graduate said. "I'm help-

"SOUL"JACKSON ing to prove that a Negro can represent a company like Gulf to both blacks
and whites in the South.

Other black men have integrated sales territories in Atlanta, Memphisand

i:: ___ Louisville in Gulf's Southern Marketing Region, as well as in other cities
___i all over the country. Milton G. Farris, Regional Vice President for Gulf and

IN PERSON ___ an Atlanta Alderman and civic leader, said, "It has been my experience thata

good man to do a good job whatever color his skin is. We hire good men."
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> f rs The Miami Transit Authority is continually looking for bus THE LITTLE RED BOOK: St John's New Institutional Baptist -
drivers, and they pay a nice salary. What is the problem that minister Rev Thedford Johnson, representing the Metropolitan
makes these jobs open only to men? During the war, women Fellowship of Churches, highlightedin I
E worked in aircraft factories, drove trucks, busses, and did the Miami Beach Reporter tab during his
; all kinds of jobs that had been monopolized by men. Now they DuPont Plaza broadcast. . City of Miami
drive school busses, Volkswagen vans, taxi cabs, so why not Custody Unit to get new insignia on uniform
busses? There is supposed to be no discriminating in jobs, shoulder patch -- from Corrections Section
8 3 v 4tj but what do you call it when a woman cannot be consideredfor to Custody Section -- and its Patrol Unit Y
I IV a bus drivers job. . expecially when there seems to be will doff Its blue visored uniform caps for sr
such a shortage. lam not saying that many women will apply, hard-top crash helmets like the ones Metro
1 but If you are interested in driving a bus, check with the per- lads strut . A week in Chicago attendingthe
sonnel office of Dade County on the fifth floor of the Justice Association of Supervision for Curricu- '.1 I
Building and apply. If you are refused, an application, get In lum Development (ASCD) were Mattie Blake
touch with me and I will present it to our County manager, and Cleomie Bloomfield . The Willing
Mr. Porter Homer. Then let's see what happens. Workers Club 'throwing' a Sale Saturday night at the club
* * * * * * * treasurer Sheila McCarthy's home (7186 NW 14 PI) Apt #3.
While we are on the subject of jobs, there are plenty of all Martha Johnson is prexy and Iris Grey reporter of the WWs.
kinds of jobs open with the City of Miami. The personnel officeis
A SHILLElAGH is a shillelagh is a . new
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at Dinner Key, and there Is a bulletin board on the stairsto NOTES ON A NAPKIN: Cosmetologist-hair stylist-beauty
anti-tank missile. Barbara Long, a quality control the Civil Service office that has these openings and titles instructor Ella Moncur's mom and dad Rev and Mrs Allan
inspector at Honeywell's Aerospace Division, St. listed. If you are looking,for a job, this is the place. Hamilton of Newark, N.J. made it a 4-day Jamaica extended
Petersburg, pla., checks proper installation of the tour while vacationing here. The Hamiltons are expected home
signal output circuit for a Shillelagh's stabilizinggyro. PRETTY GIRL OF THE WEEK: Ruby Carter by April 6 via National Air Lines. . Mrs Eddie Session left
PRETTY BOY OF THE WEEK: Walter Pierce for Pennsy last Friday ayem to be at the bedside of her ailing
VIP OF THE WEEK: Charles Hadley brother . I predict that a local hosp will be sued for neg-
MOTHER OF THE WEEK: Alma Stevens lect (among other things) by a close kin of one of It former

Variety Children's Hospital's controbutlon committee is patients
'sending out letters asking for contributions to make necessary

improvements and to "get ready" for facilities and equip- SALT WATER TAFFY: A check into the legal columns of
ment which will be needed for the increasing number of child the Miami Daily News revealed that the FRANKS and WARD t
Pall MallMenthoI100 ren that will need their care in the years to come. At Variety families are heirs to mucho inheritance property In the Ba- "

Children's Hospital they serve children in three ways: First, hamas . Ruth Wright headed fora Petersburg, Va vacation \
should a child require constant attention--day and night -- he last Friday ayem at 9:00 via Seaboard's flying Silver Meteor '
% stays at the hospital as an inpatient. They served more than . Joe Louis (Barrow)Jr,now 24, enters University of Den-
5,000 children in this way last year. Secondly, should need ver (Colo) Law School . Homer Lawyer Jr named Most
only periodic treatment or in an emergency, their outpatient Valuable Player of the Central Florida Junior College basket
department Is ready to serve him.They are making a continual ball Rebels. Lawyer also received an award for being the
effort to improve the service they already give. They train team's top rebounder.
Ion milder. their staff in the gentle art of caring for children for many
er..yet area hospitals, and they maintain a continuing research pro-
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THE WEEK'S WASH Female church ushers nice
gram to find new and better ways to treat the many Illnesses : are usually ''
that afflict children. In 1968 they admitted 5,429 children; had people. But sometimes they can be awfully mean and 'cattY' ,
8,791 clinic visits; served 20,202 emergency visits;performed -- like two of those who serve in one of our Baptist cathedrals. \
:. "2,288 operations; 18,665'x.- ay examinations and 116,611 One"'sister' has the right to resent but the other feels she has '(c..
: N.:} laboratory procedures. Were any of these for your child or the right to pursue -- while our Hero just sits idly by and ':
your relatives? Even If it was not, you should still give gen- lets the sparks fly and fly and fly . Primary 'C' project t
; erously to this fine institution that does so much for children of director Erwin Marshall feasted sumptuously during the Cleo- t
the world. Every nickle helps, so whatever you can spare will mle Ward-Bloomfield party for sisterlaw Mrs Shaddie(Emma)
help a child.QUICKNOTE. Ward 'tother sundown. It
DEPARTMENT: The tenth annual Easter Egg
Hunt at Manor Park Easter Sunday at 3 p.m. is gonna be the STUFF AND SUCH: Lovely Linda Parker and that collegiatelad
;. biggest and best yet.A ferris wheel, a merry-go-round, a you saw her with at Mt Hermon AME last Sunday are expected
0 kiddies fashion show, prizes, bands, soft drinks,and all free! to tell their troubles to a preacher about the 23rd of
, :' Charles Hadley, chairman of the Dade County CommunityWide August. He's down on Spring vacation from his sophomore
" Citizens Committee said that they have thousands of eggs studies at Florida A&M. . Lou Rawls will star in his first
" and it's going to beafundayfor the whole family . Greater nudie screen scene in "Angel, Angel, Down We Go" . .
.( :' Miami is a swinging town starting with the Temptations this Lottie Ward (Barnett) ailing at home . John Miller says:, '
,. week at the Eden Roc; The Treniers and Ray Charles comingin Sammy Davis Jr gave his Lear Jet to Liz Taylor and Richard \
to the Newport; the Supremes at the Diplomat; and the Blue Burton to use "as long as you need it".
, .' Notes following Charles and Treniers in the Newport.All \,
out! Phyllis Branch just finished a record album which
A :: will be released soon on the Tropical label. (Nassau). Look SCRATCH MY BACK: Albertha Duncombe's birthday party IJ
: for it 'cause it's a gas . Mod Squad, the show that I thinkIs blast in her Opa-locka home March 29 preceeded her natal ;)I
the best on the tube, is not only a showcase for three fine holiday by one day (March 30). It proved to be one of the best II(
I young actors and their captain, but seems to be a real close- but intimate celebrations of the celebrant's colorful career. \
ness of the personalities themselves. It is a good lesson in It was a gasser I III! t The J.C. (Delsie) Loves back in Waynes- :
t black and white that packs a message to the youngsters as well vllle, N. C. after 3-months vacation here .. Mrs Della Wil-
t ft as the older folk every week. It is a great show, and I makeit son's lovely, Brenda-Mae, tabbed on the social calendar for
/ my business to see it every Tuesday night. . That is it an April 16 merger to Ira Chris-Austin Ferguson.The middle-
for this week. Till the next one, LIVE LIFE, EVERY GOLDEN aisle trek will be highlighted at 4:00 in the afternoon St
MINUTE OF IT. PEACEI! Barnabas Church on Ballloul Hill Road in Nassau Bahamas.
A reception will follow at Nassau Lyons Club on Thompson's 4\
Boulevard.

New Party to SueW.P.Beach

SWEETS' TREATS: Big Al Pinder's fraulein Nettie, the
Over ElectionNew cosmetologist, is one Opa-locka's nicer people. . Mrs
Ethel Miller birthday party-ed her daughter Doris last Satur- "
day night prior to her(Mrs Miller) flight over to Nassau Sunday ' I
l' u. s. Party spokesmen In placed In a runoff contest ayem ..Former Mia mlan Ernest(Shiny Blue) Demeritte,
Government West Palm Beach threaten against M.P. Antohony for the after 35 years In Harlem, a hometown visitor since last De-
f show court action Wednesday after Group D commission seat cember . Phyllis Patterson's Army-hubby Marion home ,i
figures their Negro City Commission Tuesday night, dropped out of from Germany for keeps after completing 21/2 years of over- ,I
Pall Mall candidate was dropped from a the picture Wednesday when a seas service. I
MenthollOO'slower runoff election. discrepancy In vote totals
New Party candidate James was discovered.
in Simpson, who was unofficially Official results canvassedand CONFIDENTIALLY YOURS: Gamma Delta Sigma chapter of
: "tar" than approved by the City com- Sigma Gamma Rho sorority glamourizes its 29th Southeastern
r' the best- mission Wednesday gave Regional Grand Ball April 4. The'action' will fly in the Grand "
I Francis H. Foster a clear Ballroom of Sheraton Four Ambassadors, and that's puttingit
I sellingmenthol victory in the Group E race mildly, Indeed. Dancing,singing,frolicking lots of buzz-
"A \ DOUBLE ACTION and threw Herbert J. T. Wilson buss buzzing all over the swanky place are just a few of the I
," into an April 1 runoff talent attachments that'll be displayed by these soror sisters
COLORS GUY IWIW
kingPall election with M. P. Anthonyfor it'll be a four-hour bash (10 til2))with a 'no food no beverage' ,
SESHJRINPUCE
1. .6)ZDRE : the Group D seat. tag attached to their formula. It'll be a formal fling, too, so t
-- wear your best bib and tuck and your daintest mlnl-kinl and 'e.
MallMenlhoI100 don't go hurtin' when you see me fllrtln'. Theme of Sigma's
EASTER PICTURESDeal (48 VOODOO pagu) $2.00.HANDBOOK Doll In. conference is "Greater Community Service for Greater Community -,
Studios ttructlonc, pin and luck Progress" and the Regional convens Apr 114-5.Velma I
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307 NW 2nd Avenue Box 215, Miami, Florida, of the hostess chapter; but biggest andmost-importantof'ern I
33142.. all is Dr Lorraine A. Williams, head of the Dep't of Social I
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By now everyone should be well aware of all of the contro- VIVIAN SYLVIA: Vivian is a junior at MJHS and has been a
versy raised over the Miami Beach teen psychedelic club I 1. student here for two years. Maintaining a"B' average, Vivian
"Thee Image". Because Thee Image was responsible for the particiaptes in Tri-Hi-Y, Junior Board, National Forensic
Doors Concert, some Miami adults feel that the dance hall I League, and is treasurer of Vlsionettes. Vivian likes the type
breeds such characters. Their ignorance must be overlooked. I of young man that is "respectable and won't take advantageof
I attend the club weekly and am under the Impression that me. You need a lot more than looks to base a relationship
more so-called "all right people" abide there than the "Jim I y on. One who is understanding and fun to be with is fine for
Morrisons". me". Her motto is: A mistake is evidence that someone has

Just like myself, hundreds teenagers goto Thee Image on |I tried to do something.Five .
Friday and Saturday nights. And Just like myself they too are students at MJHS are proud to behold United States
knocked out of an anxiously looked forward weekend event. I Savings bonds presented to them by the BPOE Elks Lodge
The well known talent that Thee Image brings for our lis- Association. For leadership and scholarship, Kenneth May-
tening and viewing pleasure Is something new and very enjoy- land, Jose Mateo, Juanita Mention and Beverly Parks received
able to us, and now there Is very good chance of us missing i j $50.00 savings bonds. For entering the essay contest on "The
out on something we love so much. How could our mothers Dangers of Communism to the American Way of Life", Nick
and fathers be so blindly inconsiderate? I I Manzini, Kenneth Mayland and Arnetta Williams received$25
A Friday or Saturday night ride down Collins Avenue on savings bonds.Despite .
Miami Beach will let you see just how many teens previously |I rain, the senior picnic at Greynolds park was a
depended on Thee Image for a unique weekend experience. great success. Several seniors rode on pedal and row boats
Last week we really missed a treat. Nationally known blues|I. and really took advantage of their superiority over under-
singer Jeff Beck was scheduled to appear at Thee Image on j classmen.Mr. .

Friday and Saturday nights. Of course, the name Jeff Beck Sod SiAtw 01/ tk Meek Marcus Roland and Mr.Clifton Rawls for Clarke College
means nothing to you but it is one heck of a familiarity with visited our campus and explained the offeratory courses in
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us. This week another nobody "The Three Dog Night" are This week's soul sister comes from the campus of music and the scholarships available. We we r e pleased to
scheduled to appear. Thee Image Is reopening on a trial weekend I the Carol City High Chiefs. She is Dorothy, the very have them visit us and hope students will take advantage of
to show the public how teenagers really attend.It .
many their offers.
attractive daughter of Mr. & Mrs. Mark Johnson of
is my hope that something will occur In the near future 20801 NW 34th court. At Carol City Dot is an active The "Winged Warriors" ventured to Galnsville last week-
that will let you thoughtless adults at fault realize that It Is member of the concert chorus. After graduation she end and came home much happier than when they left. Amos
you who are unnecessarily destroying the rack where we so would like to attend the Sharon Williams Business Mechanic was voted best trackman of the year and our two
freely hang our hats. College. mile relay team broke the state record. The team consistsof
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BE CAREFUL: 1 Amos Mechanic, Roy Williams, Donald Kerr, and Joseph
Wims. Louis Duty received a second place In the broad jump,
The seventh avenue expressway ramp that stretches from
Amos Mechanic won the 440 and Joseph Wims placed third in
44th Street to 36th Street was the scene of a terrible car col- Iota Phi Lambda ,
Sponsors the 880. other to
lision last Sunday that killed three persons.Let's be very cau- Among 'runners participate were Marty
tious this Rawls, Harold Williams and John Manning.
on
ramp.
Business Career SeminarIota
. . . . . . . NORTHSIDE COMMUNITY ASSOCIATIONCurtis

AT THE TURNTABLE AND ON THE BEACH: Phi Lambda Sorority, of SBA, business; Mrs.GloriaL. Lawrence, a 15 year Timekeeper was Aaron
Inc. has as Its purpose to pro- Johnson, teacher, educa- old Zuckerman
Top Motown recording artists "The Temptations" have student at Richmond of Alphi Phi Omega -
opened a smash engagement at Miami Beach's Eden Roc mote Interest in the related tion; Mrs. Willie Pearl Gallo Heights Junior High School service fraternity at the
Hotel's Cafe Pompei. The group started last Friday night and field of business and profes- way, public health nurse, was the winner of the 8th An- University of Miami.Present-
are still appearing.The sion as a career among high nursing; Mrs. Elanor B. GIb- nual Coral Gables Optimist ing the trophies to the first
Tempts last two recordings show us the new bag that school and college girls son, pharmacist; Mrs. Gracie Oratory Contest held at Coral place winner and to Alvin
they have jumped Into. Go out and dig their ten minute rendition through education and training ' A. Miller, social work. Gables City Hall on March 27, Poole, second place winner,
of "Cloud Nine" and their latest "Runaway Child" also to encourage Intellectual All of the persons are well according to Chairman Ains- and William Stubbs, third
Digging Tuesday night's show were Rose Reeder celebrating and leadership development versed and posses a wealth of lee R, Ferdie. Judges for this place winner.was club Presi-
her seventeenth birthday, Rachel Reeves and her pretty through nationaland training and experience In years contest were Insurance dent Barry Liebowitz.

roommate Rita Dailey from Norfolk, Virginia, Norvel Bethel, local service. their prospective profession.All executive William H. Kerdyk, The club winner will com-
Cliff B. Edwards, Sammiemae Roberts and Gary Range. In keeping with this aim, junior and senior high vice-mayor of Coral Gables; pete with other club winnersat

. . . . . . . Gamma Alpha Chapter opens school students are invited to Circuit Court Judge Ralph 0. the zone 14 contest to be
The world's sweethearts of song, those lovely Supremesopen Its 40th anniversary obser- attend and participate in the Cullen; and Attorney Jack Taf- held at Sherrard's Dixie Belle
of National
Business
vance
seminar. A free "coke
sip"will
Saturday night at the Deauvllle's Casanova Room witha fer, president of Dade Young Restaurant on Thursday even-
with seminar
Week
a expressly follow at the close of the
message for all of Miami's "Love Children." Democratic Club. Ing, April 10.
for junior and high school seminar.
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The one and only Mr. Ray Charles opens a three week en- are Interested in the related On Sunday, April 13, the
gagement attheNewportSeven Seas starting Apr 11 second and fields of business and the pro- sorority will honor their out-
running through April 20th. Dig soul expressions at their fessions. The seminar will be standing businessman, busi-
finest. held on Saturday, April 12 in ness woman and business stu-
the Community Room of the dent of the year at its annual

FESTIVALS IN THE MAKING: James E. Scott Community recognition program at
A jazz festival Is planned for April 12 at Miami Marine ,Association, 4901 NW7thAve. Bethany Seven Day Adventist
Stadium. The great Herbie Mann will tute his flute as star of Some of the consultants for Church, 2500 NW 50th Street.

the show, the seminar are: Mr. Garth The program will be at 4p.m.Dr. .
An Easter Rock Festival was held this past weekend at Reeves, Jr., student and col- Gilbert Porter is the fea-
Fort Lauderdale's Yankee Field 1 featuring such groups as umnist Miami Times, journa- tured speaker. The programis

"Three Dog Night", "M.C. 5",and a special guest appearanceby lism; Fleetwood Price, of open to the public and the
Tiny Tim. Coco Cola Bottling Company, sorority welcomes your at-
This week the Beach Boys will hold a concert on Miami salesmanship; Alvin Guilford, tendance.
Beach at Convention Hall. They are bringing such talent with
them as The Classics IV and the Grass Roots. NGRTHSIDE COMMUNITY ASSOCIATION .Q
* * * * * * * Michael Seymour, a studentat Boy Scout Troop #477helda

PERSONAL NOTE: Northwestern High was a program last Thursday In hon-
Last Thursday night I was unfortunately stuck in some sandon first runner up in an oratory or of Mr. Harry Jones Dona-
the corner of 86th Terrace and 18th Avenue. The residents contest last Tuesday at North tions were collected by the
In the corner house saw my distress and were kind enough to Shore Optimist. scouts and presented to Mr. J.D. & HIS BROTHER BOB SAYS
let me use the telephone and were very hospitable until a Jones, a victim of a traffic accident -
Michael was a close second
wrecker arrived. at the program.
I would like to thank Mr. and Mrs. Bobby Allen of 1800 NW place loser to Marty Wasser- The Northside Associationis "COME TO
is at Holsom Bakeries and his man Hebrew Academy.Each planning
86th Terrace. Bobby employed a talent show in the
lovely wife, Mary works at Marlott Inflight Service. contestant was awarded trophies near future. All persons who THE BURGERLOO"
for their outstanding
* * * * * * * are Interested should contactMr.

Until- later, do your thing.Jack's Cornerstone speeches, "Repsect of Citizenship.For Law", 1304.. Joe Whitehead at 693- What You Need ... We Got/


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THE MIAMI TIMES Friday, April 4, 1969

I District Manager Multi-Million Dollar 'MinorityEnterprise"

1961, as a debit manager on I
the Orlando district where he

exemplified remarkable skillas In Birmingham .
a salesman and life under-

i writer. In 1964, he was trans- BIRMINGHAM, ALA. A ceremony, the new Citizens of people. Birmingham's rate ington Business College,
ferred to the Miami districtas multi-million dollar exampleof Federal Savings. Loan Build- of Negro home ownership is Smith &Gaston Funeral Home,
1 an assistant manager to the "minority enterprise" was ing will be opened downtown today one of the highest in the Vulcan Realty, Co.,A.G.Gas-
late Otis D. James. His lead- unveiled here last Saturday.In Birmingham.Citizens Federal nation -- and highest in the ton Motel, and the A. G. Gas-
ership ability was noticed by a morning ribbon-cutting Savings and Loan is a totally South. ton Home for Senior Citizens.
the Manager, C. J. DaValt, Negro-owned and managed The past March 4th, Dr.
said this week
Dr. Gaston
who succeeded Mr. James and sociation with assets of $9.8 Gaston was announced as one
i he was given the opportunity to PSI Offers million. that, "Our new building is a of five winners of Sertoma
symbol of Negro achievement.
assume larger responsibilities International Service to Man-
This $1.5 million headquarters . We are intensely proudof
new -
Lhh1i
and, in December of 1965 kind Award, placing him in the
--a total renovationof our accomplishment, and
was appointed manager of the ComputerCourses top five for the International
the old Calder Building .. hope it will serve as an ex-
Daytona Beach District. Award to be given next monthin
The appointment to the man- 'is the latest venture of Negro ample to other Negroes of whatIs Toronto. The award was
j Mr. C. E. Corbin, was officially agership of the Miami district philantropist and millionaire possible. And because we do given because of his gift in
i installed, March 14,as on which he once served as an Dr. A. G. Gaston, president of serve our white fellow citizens 1967 of the $60,000 A.G.Gas-
JI District Manager of the Miami assistant manager is in keep The Programming and Sys- the Association. Dr. Gaston also, we think we have, createda ton boys Club, which has
District of the Afro American ing with the company's philosophy tems Institute located at 915 native of Demopolis in the medium of unity served over 5,000 underpri-
Life Insurance Company of up-grading within the NE 125th Street,North Miami, rural "black belt"of Alabama The combined assets of vileged boys -- and more gen-
whose home office is in Jacksonville ranks individuals who have is currently seeking studentsfor and long-time Birmingham Gaston's interests are esti- erally because he has been"a
by J. A. Batts,agency demonstrated ability in the its computer courses. businessman, established Ci- mated at $20 million ..employing source of help for a long line
director assisted by C. J. areas of leadership and know- According to Mr. John tizens Federal in 1957 to be a 450 people with an annual of people simply in need. . .
"Pop" DaValt, agency secre- how. Mr. Corbin is well knownin O'Connell, PSI director, the source of b 0 m e- mortgage payroll $1,750,000. He has paid medical expenses,
the and prior to his PSI teaching method is so ef- funds for "less affluent citizens -
area They began in 1923 in Bir- house rent, loaned ambu-
tary.The new manager is a na- transfer was a member of the fective that men and women of Birmingham"both mingham with the Booker T. lances, loaned money and
tive of Chester,Pennsylvania, choir of Mt. Carmel Baptist who have never even seen a Negro and white. Washington Insurance Company given Jobs and dozens of other
moving to Florida in 1955.His Church, Rev. D. A. Bradley, computer before become skil- Since 1957Citizens Federal and since have grown to things to more people than a
insurance career began in pastor.National led computer programmer has served tens of thousands include; the Booker T. Wash- thick volume could contain."
executives. U. S.: Labor Department ,
T y wxvN y'.ve(2H 'OR N'KF..1idttd??AS' estimates call for ", ,t '.., "'I,

more than 500,000 programmer 't'f /' '" ,
openings in business, industry :
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You can Join more than 5,000
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If you're a high school grad-
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has been promoted to national coordinator of community relations PSI will arrange free place-
for Humble Oil & Refining Company His office has ment service for you.
been moved from New York City to the corporate public relations If you're not a high school '
headquarters in the Humble building in Houston,Texas.A graduate, PSI will help you get SPECIALpURCHASE
forme: U.S. Army captain, he has been associated with your diploma.
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I : New- ffis iid- -!

Recruiting Community Man !- i

,
: The new Recruiting Officer Crime Commission's police 1 Safety Department:
for the Dade County Public Appreciation Week Luncheon, "By the time he's 21, which J a aW, i s \
Safety Department is a man April 28 at the Miami Springs is recruiting age, a guy has y (
who can tell it like it is to the Villas been exposed to a lot of ideas. (
black community. In his recruiting duties He's heard people boil things .
He's Officer Robert Spicer, Spicer has met with groups and: down to simple answers .- .
three- year veteran with the appeared on television to pro- like black versus white.
department, who started a 60mote careers In police work. "We want the(guy who knows
day tour in the personnel of- "police work Is demand- there aren't any simple answers c
fice on March 1. ing," says Spicer, "It's We want the kind of guy hr
The 24-year-old policeman necessary -- and it's satis- who has enough push to do what ;_' '
was recently named as one of tying," he wants to do and won't Just S ti a :r E...
the four officers who will repThe soft spoken officer has swallow other people's think-
resent the Public Safety Destrong Ideas about the men he ing. He can't be a follower."
partment at the Greater Miami wants to attract to the Public The tall recruiting officer
,
admits that he received no encouragement -
from his own
family when he applied to the
Public. Safety Department.
"My parents and my friends
used to tell me'Youdon'twantto
be a cop--cops get killed,' "
he recalls, "My answer was
ihrL. that people kill other people a
I lot more than they do police
"Sure an officer can't run t 4 t
away from a dangerous situa-
tion .- he has to get right In -' .
the middle of It and use his
i head. But I've been In police Officer Robert Spicer stands roll call with squad members before the
work for three years and I've day's sh 1ft. The patrol officers receive instructions from Sergeant Ernest Fer I
never been hurt. Two times I guson. As Recruiting Officer Spicer works from the Personnel Bureau of the

ktS hurt was,really but It never expecting happened.to get Public Safety Department. He may be reached by calling 3777751.

"Now my parents and my therhood. Every man realizes
jkN wife couldn't see me In any his life could depend I on the
other profession. Every time other guy."Promotion. FOO DS'
we talk the conversation always -
gets around to law en- depends on +
forcement."It's competitive exams. It's all
a good career. In the civil service and who youare, ;$,__:; d44kZ
past ten years police work has or what your color is has nothing
become more professional, to do with It." Y
1 '1 pay and benefits have gone way
... i up and the future is wide open. Until March, Officer Spicer
.fl54fl a:1.:i
was assigned to patrol from
The police officer's day begins with a good- "Starting pay Is $7,200 a the Central District. He handled -

bye from his wife JuanitCK and 17-month-old son, year leave with and a two two-week weeks of annual sick calls ranging from childbirth -

Anthony. Officer Spicer was named as one of the leave each year. Retirementand to fires,accidents,heart
four men who will represent the Public Safety Department Insurance plans are (good attacks and bomb!! alerts.

at the Police Appreciation Week luncheon-wand getting better. We have Married and the father of a
April I 28. tuition refund plans that can'17-month old son, Spicer says
help a guy get the ducatioo he he spends his off hours with (\
needs to be a real professional "every hobby there is." (
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"Guys that I talk with are He collects records, plays E \(
interested In the pay, but the football and basket ball on Sundays <
--
... real clincher for them Is whatI and has "fished all over
w can tell them about working the place." When he's working on routine patrol Officer
conditions. Every black wantsto Spicer is a familiar figure to theneighborhood mer
R 'Rtt know how he's going to be Spicer was born in Quincy, chants. He's discussing security problems with I
treated and whether he'll be Fla. and moved to Miami when John Hoskins, Jr. who recently opened two business
promoted like everyone else. he was nine. The son of Mr.
enterprises at 5805 and 5807 NW 22nd Ave.
"I can tell them that I've and Mrs. Thornton Spicer, he
always worked with white of- attended Dunbar Elementary, more hours for the coming son. "I try to see every good
: ficers -- Pve never worked a Dorsey JuniorHigh School and. summer session.A contest," he says, "I'm going .
.. shift with another black--and Northwestern High. He has strong supporter of high I to try to see all the track meetsat
nobody has ever evenhintedatan completed five semesters at school sports, he attended Northwestern this spring." I
x insult. Being a policemanIs Dade County Junior Collegeand every basketball game at Spicer and his wife Juanita
a like being part of a bro- is trying to schedule six Northwestern High last sea- attend Antioch Baptist Church.



Happy Miami is Happy No More \I


After one year of a complete portation and .volunteer ser- son, as president.The field trips to-Beach, Party .
"rent free' building donated I vices. However, the center kids continue to ask and Talent show at the Youth
,. by Burdine's and orglniated continued to serve-the youth of Ted Garner and Mrs. Pondexter center, and the Shrine Circusat
< .-' 'by Commissioner Range the the community with recrea- what will happen to them Tropical Race Track.
During his offKburs Officer Spicer spends a Happy Miami Burdine's Youth tional cultural and educa- a question that can't be The center hours are 3 p.m.
lot of time at sports activities. Here he and Track Center's lease will expire May tional activities. answered truthfully at the pre- to 10 p.m. Monday through (
'31;the beginning of the summer sent time.However,the center Friday and 11 a.m. to 5 p.m.
Coach Louie Bing of Northwestern High School l months. From all indica- Being In somewhat a re- will continue to offer num-, on Saturday. All activities are
talk over some techniques to help track members tions Burdine's personnelwant mote location, the attendancewas recreational and directed by Ted Garner and
Stafford Nairen (standing) and Grover Brinson. the building back. poor in the beginning, but cultural activities for the Cassie Pondexter.
The biggest question what now the'center has a youth youth'of the community until May 31, 1969 Is when the
,. -.. -- will happen to the kids who organization that has a mem- closing date. lease expires. What a time to
t helped build the programs into bership of 45 kids with a Miami Some of the coming events close a youth centerI!!!!
one of the best non-vadalism Jackson student Charles Wil- for the. Easter Holidays are: Summer Time!
youth centers EOPI has. I
EASTER PICTURESDeal S
The youth center has I
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Studios Brand NewVacuum
struggled from the Miami
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.eP ,R +R, y long months of winter with 307 NW 2nd Avenue '
Inadequate equipment, Tel."371-5016 Cleaner
materials, supplies, trans-
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SPECIAL PRICE

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Officer Spicer and Officer Oliver Bosworth Adjust* &Tensions Oil 50 7 ft. hose Free Home Demonstration I =i
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Gerald Tinker a student at Gables High school posted a 9.6
clocking in the 100-yard dash and a 21.4 in the 220 Thursdayto
lead Coral Gables High past Southwest, 85-47, In a dual
track meet at Gables. Tinker's 220 time equals his best, tops
in the state.
\ Coral Gables tennis team (boys) which is unbeaten, defeated -
Miami Carol City with a 7-0 victory.
Coral Gables swimming team downed Miami Killian, March
24, 66-29 at Richmond Park.
On Monday night of last week, the first graders at FrancesS.
Tucker elementary school, put on their very first show for
the PTA. The PTA became a branch member of the National
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r TO NATIONAL. Starting their airline careers with National Airlines are (from left to right) Grad Congress of Parents and Teachers.
uates Wanda Wilson, of Southern Pines, North Carolina; Maria I. Gomes, of New Bedford, Mas
sachusetts; and Annette Bowman, of Miami, Florida.

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to "Photography Extraordinaire" from 10 a.m. to 4 p.m. at
3761 Oak Avenue

I Alpha Kappa Alpha Negro Heritage SeriesGamma 12 Happy on March belated 26. birthday wishes to Linda Cooper, who was


Zeta Omega Chap American. You do kinds of will make some are bad. Some black
Negro can houses. I a The younger people of Coconut Grove are asking me to do a
ter of Alpha Kappa Alpha Sor- almost anything you want.You good black painter. I know it. people are bad and some are report on the "Sensations", well ril have the report next
ority is proud to present it's can even be a president or I am proud to be a black child good. People are Just people week for those who are interested.
Negro Heritage for April. Mrs. Martin Luther King. growing up. A men.
Mrs. Jessie Stinson's third I can be a President Kennedyor So let the whites and the If you would like to make a Get well wishes to Mr* Majorie Allen, who Is confined to
grade class at Lillle C. Evans a Senator Kennedy, if I wantto. blacks be proud of their color contribution to Negro Herl- bed at Mercy Hospital as the result of a car accident.
Elementary School,is respon- I am proud also because and don't fight saying my color tags through this column,
sible for this month's contribution they say black Is beautiful.AndI Is better itham yours. Some please contact Frederica Wil- If you have any news to be put in the paper please contactme
Mrs. Stinson forwarded like my color. white people are good and son or the Miami Times. at this number 448-7067 after 5 p.m.
to me several essays Black and white people work
written by her acceleratedthird together. They should always
grade pupils,They chose try to love each other.No mat-
the title, "Why I am Proud to ter what you are. You can be
Gulf? It's :
Be A Black American," and black or white and still be a gas! :,: '. .
wrote quite frankly and freelyon friends. ," ..
'" And motor oil. And a full line of tires, -
the subject. I am proud because white ''', I ;
+: :'J' batteries and accessories. Gulf Is everything
The following pupils con- people aren't greater than
tributed excerpts to completethe black people.But some of them ", y to make your car run better. Gulf Is also an
essay: Daisy Mae Jones, think that they are. You can be e Equal Opportunity Employer. . in capital letters.
Ronella Smith, Juan Whipple, anything white people can be. ."
William Barry, Kevin Rut- White people should be good, t '". ,-." ..t,....'
ledge, and Harold McCloud,' to black people. Long ago white 41Y"! 1. "w.., '," o all eight years old. Also Fay people had black people for t
Wooten and Samuel Bryant slaves. You wouldn't like to
both nine years old. be a slave would you? 4 iGuIJ
Why I am Proud To Be A When I grow up, I wanttobea
Black American: painter. I want to paint
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Jim Bishop To SpeakPlans

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for a Police Appreciation schedule for the Week was an-
and Recruitment Week, nounced.
which will Include an addressby The luncheon Monday,April
nationally syndicated 28 at the Miami Springs Villas
columnist Jim Bishopata lun- will honor police chiefs, rep
cheon honoring police have resentative officers and mayors
been announced by the Crime of each municipality.
Commission of Greater Mi- Bishop, who comes from a
family of policemen, will be k'L
ami.A countywide campaign, the featured speaker. : -TT 4 -
with participation from all During the ,Week the many '
walks of life, all schools and organizations which have and
all civic organizations,has already ,,are expected to endorse the,
been launched by the police Appreciation theme, \
special Crime Commission schools, churches and syna- -
Committee headed by Board gogues and each municipality
Member Mrs. Kenneth Knls- will be staging various obser-
kern and Mrs. Gordon Taylor.An vances of the week J I
adjunct to the week-long One of the first organiza-
celebration beginning April 28 tions to endorse the week was
will be a Law Day Program the Dade County Police Chiefs
May 1st presented by the Dade Association.
County Bar Association., Police Appreciation Re-
of cruitment Week will end May
At a meeting held today
Crime Commission President 4th with open houses at the 1 1R
Arthur E. Huttoe, Mrs. Knis- various Police Departments In _
kern and Mrs. Taylor the Dade County.



SUPREME ,e

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100% HUMAN HAIR WIGS $19.95 up

100% HUMAN HAIR FALS $30.00 up

WIGLETS $9.95; up

Let us supply your Easter hairgoods
Monday Saturday 9 a.m. to 6 p.m.

Barbara Higgi, Owner

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tivities are:The Founders Day Gamma Delta Sigma for Greater Community Progress Waltz of the Buds" on Friday
Program, held in the Florida serving as sponsor of GammaXI ." evening, May 9, at the Bay-
Memorial College Auditoriumon the undergraduate chapteron The "Buds of Spring," front Park Auditorium.
November 10, with Mrs. the campus of Florida Me- Gamma Delta's partlclpatants Gamma Delta Sigma Chap-
tom' Marie Carl, local director of morial College. They have in the Rhomania .- National ter members include: Verneka
the EOPI as guest speaker. pledged themselves to contri- Scholarship Project -- have Silva, Basileus Mable Bar low,
The Teen-Age Guidance bute in every way to the pro- begun the youth experience Caretha Bawl, Evelyn Best,
4 Clinic on February 22, at Pri- gress of their younger sistersin activities that will provide Gwendolyn Cherry, Sarah
mary C featured Sgt. Roy their midst. The campus fulfillment of the value-wise Cherry, Delores Covin,Elizabeth
--.--- Barnes, expert parachute coordinators are dedicated program of cultural, educa- Curtis.
VERNEKA SILVA jumper, who made a most ex- Sigma Sorors.Culminating tional, emotional and physically Also Naomi Espy, Chris-
munity Service for Greater citing presentation toa capacity Sigma Week uplifting experiences.These tina Eve, Naomi Gooding,
Community Progress." audience. Following this activities graduate and undergraduate "buds" are carefully Hazel Grant, Gwendolyn How
Sorors from Alabama, Florida representatives from various Sorors, Auroras, selected ninth grade girls who ard, Mary Ingraham, L K.
Georgia, Mississippi, professions conducted career Rhoers, and Philos enjoyedthe Johnson, Gloria Lawson, Jane
0;.. Lorraine A. Williams, South Carolina,and Tennesseewill workshops for the Rhoers- fellowship of "Sigma possess good character,scholastic Lewis, Eunice Liberty.
be in attendance. teen age group sponsored by Family Hour" at the Primary ability and who have Also Vadye Morse, Betty
Grand Basileus The local chapter, Verneka Sigma Gamma Rho. Centerette on Sunday, March given service to the commun- Pierce, Alzelina Pinkney,
When Soror Velma L. Mark, Silva, Basileus, has put forth The Carver Day Committee 16. The presentations from ity. Among the enrichment activities Grace Smith, Edna Starke,
Regional Syntaktes,sounds the great effort in making worth- sponsored a contest among local various segments of Sigma in which they partici- Autherlne Strapp, Allene Tay-
gavel on Friday morning, while plans for an interestingand schools Jo emphasize pertinent brought enrichment to the pate are charm clinics, visitsto lor, Roberta Thompson,Hazel
April 4 opening the 29th Southeastern purposeful session. information about community by giving positive the legitimate theatre, Troy, Eugenia Williams and
Regional Confer- Gamma Delta Sigma (the George W. Carver as a tributeto interpretation of their theme practice sessions, and finally Katie Williams. ?
ence of Sigma Gamma Rhc local chapter)has been involved our her i Ita g e. The seven
Sorority, the emphasis willbeon in excuting its heavy sched- participating schools were
rendering "Greater Com- ule of community activities forS1i awarded certificates. The
three winning schools -- J. W.
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OPA-LOCKANEIGHBORIi00D CENTER April 15 Is an important date
for social benefici-
security
Child Opportunity Center: The first
parent, staff 'Get Ac-
aries who worked in 1968,
quainted" meeting was held at 7:30 p.m., on March 12, at the Miss Dorrith Leipziger,offic t \ vta
new St. Phillips Child Opportunity Center 15700
NW 20th er-in-charge of the Model City
Avenue Road In Opa-locka. The
meeting was opened by the Social Security office, said
Area Director, Mr. Benny L. O'Berry. Mr. Harold Hines,
Parent Advisor, and Technical Assistant today. ,
was guest speaker. For beneficiaries who a
Mrs. Vera Desire is Director of the new center.
worked and earned over $1-
The parents decided to call a special meeting for March 680 last year, this is the dead- ''T :!- iv
19, to elect officers for their parent group.This second meet- line for making an annual report - -
took place as scheduled. The
ing officers
elected were as of earnings, she said.The
follows: President, Mrs. Birdie White; Vice President, Mrs. report is not required, Miss
Bertha Smith; Secretary, Mrs. Dorothy Fraley; Asst. Secretary Leipziger said, of anyone who
Mrs. Linda Weintraub;Treasurer, Mrs Doris Williams
; was age 72 or older during the
Refreshment Com., Mrs. Essie Willis, Mrs. White, and Mrs. entire year. People of that age
Smith Prog. Committee, Mrs.Irene Stevens
;
; Prog.Assistantj
; may earn as much as they can
Mrs. Naomi Everett; and Volunteer Chair, Mrs. CassieGali- and still be entitled to all their
more. social security benefits.
Mr. Williams volunteered to come to the center the following The annual report Miss
Monday to clear the yard. He came and fulfilled his promise. Leipziger explained, is used
Mrs. Bertha Smith provided refreshments. to determine the correct
The staff of St. Phillips Child Opportunity Center would amount of social security
like to commend Tyrone Williams and Ronald Whittaker for benefits payable for 1968. A \
their heroic actions on Thursday March 20.Tyrone is the son beneficiary who earned$1,680 ."
of Mr. and Mrs. Neely Williams of 15740 NW 18th Place. or less is entitled to benefitsfor
Ronald is the son of Mr. and Mrs. Walter Whittaker of 15770 all 12 months. If earningswere
NW 18th Court. In an age like today, we must be proud of over $1,680, some or all '
teenagers that are not "typical" but fine young men. Again of the benefits are not payable,
congratulations to Tyrone and Ronald. but regardless of how much a
Theft: The County's meanest thief was In action on Mon- person earns, he will get his
day, March 31. This thief broke Into St.Phillips church annex, social security benefit for any
that has been donated to the poverty program for a Child month In which he earns wagesof
Opportunity Center. This building contained no valuable itemsof $140 or less and is not actively When the talk turns to money, turn to us. . for complete
Interest to a thief, it only contained materials and equip selfemployed.Most .
from and
banking service Savings Checking Accounts to
ment to be used In preparing little poverty children, 21/2 to beneficiaries will receive -
5 years old In the social graces and pre-school activities. the report form in the low-cost Personal Loans. We're proud to be the family

H . ,,... __ f-._. ,,_.__...HH._.... mail, she said, but for those
'' .$ ;;' ... "..:: """ ". :I"i'j*!. who did not, the report is still bank, serving our friends and neighbors in this community.

I }j J.:j. ""....".,"" due by April 15th. The social

;'.4l", ',:, security office will be glad to Complete Banking Services
'.It;;' :; ...\.;OrA send the form to anyone who
1I.Ir:: 'I.OCKINElGHBORHOoo CEtl'' calls, writes, or visits the office Savings Accounts Checking Accounts Home Mortgage Loans
: 1 ECONOMIC and asks for It,Miss Leip .
JfJi IJf.I OPPORTUNI1 Auto Loans Personal Loans Safe Deposit Bank by MailFRANKLIN'S
PROGRAM. ziger said.
INC. If a beneficiary would like
help in completing the report
WIll Miss Leipziger added, he
should visit the social security
office, bringing with him the
W-2 form his employer gave
him. Beneficiaries who were
itlctr tirrC self-employed In 1968 should

rg bring a copy of their 1968 tax
g .; returns: Miss Leipziger said.



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., THE MIAMI TIMES, Friday, April 4, 1969 _ d ., _h_ _u. .
IN MEMORIAM IN MEMORIAMIn EXPRESSION OFAPPRECIATION

In loving memory of our loving memory of our '

I I CARDS MEMORIALS DEATHS I dear wife, mother and grand- dear mother For the lateALFONSO
mother MRS JANE DEVOE WILLIAMS, SR.
who departed this life March who departed this life Feb. 5,

6, 1969. 1969 in the Baptist Hospital.
IN MEMORIAM IN MEMORIAM IN MEMORIAMIn i f Nor'a S We say sleep on and take your We wish to express our sincere -

rest, we love you, but God gratitude to everyone, to
I In sad, but loving thoughts of In loving memory of my dear memory of, amV loves you best. all relatives, friends and
our dear brother and brother- beloved husband, father, v neighbors for acts and deedsof

la-lav grandfather, and great grand- Mrs. Viola Williams,daughter kindness during a brief illness -
L I I _:her, 4 Mr. George Devoe, brother and death of our belovedone.
ERSKINE BUTLER You gave us great comfort -
who passed away April 2,1966 IN MEMORIAM Our bereavement was

The battle was fought the vic- In loving memory of my beloved soften by the tremendous tri-

tory won.Servant niece _ ___ butes paid to him by all of you.
of God well done. r- .. Special thanks are extendedto
From our eyes you are missed Rev. K. E. Rogers of Mt.
9.' But in our hearts you never Oliver M. B. Church of South
will be. LUCILECORNER- Miami, Fla.who did the eulogyIn

who departed this life April Bartow, Fla. at the First
Mrs. Henrietta Butler, wife 11, 1968. Providence M. B. Church, the

and FamilyIN _._ Some may think you are for- Rev. J. W. FrisonlXstorand
----- --
CHARLES ALLEN, JR. gotten though on earth youareno to the entire staff of Kendall

MEMORIAMIn You have been gone from us more, but in memory you 1- Children's Home, also the
for two years; in our heartsit are always with us as you were Parkway Youth Center and
sad but loving memory of like We before. staff and te the Bain's Fun-
seem yesterday.
+ OSCAR COINS, JR. our dear one { eral Home for their under-
._ _. .__ loved you but God loved you
who departed this life April 1, best. The Corner familyIN standing services.

1968. With a grateful heart and
A voice we loved has
earnest that the heavenly
The Allen FamilyIN prayers -
ceased and left a vacant placein MEMORIAMIn
Father bless and keep you
our hearts and home which loving memory of ouri' in his care always.
can never be filled. '
MEMORIAM darling father Mrs. Ora L. Williams, wife
INEZ JAMES FRYSON
5 Fs JOHN M. THOMPSONwho
$ and entire
Sadly missed by: hxa In memory of departed this life April, who passed into life's eternalon Family
Bertha M.Waldon and Leona
Duncan sisters 3, 1968. i April 9, 1966. Three years CARD OF THANKSThe
Your gentle face and patient ]have passed since you slipped
brothers Russell and Tyson Coins,. smile :away. Your presence has been family of the late

With sadness we recall missed, but there is comfort
William H. Duncan and
You had a kindly word for in the thought that you are at
James Wa 1 don, brothers- a ,'
everyone ;rest with God.
in-law $ .... And died belove by all.
; Gone, but not forgotten.May .
Y .
4wxlYY
o
her soul rest in
peace,
CARD OF THANKSThe 8i5Y .n;trbn.7, :.! Thy voice is mute and stilled ,and light perpetual shine upon

the heart, ;her.
family of the late I.f".wt
That love us well and true
". ,
MRS. ANNIE M. McPHERSONwish -- ''
.; 't' Ah bitter the trial to part
to express our sincere MRS. CLEO W. BROWN .r < .' r was Lutitla Bradham, aunt
thanks to the many friends, who departed this life April 1, .,.., .'.'.. '......... .' ; From one so good as you. IN MEMORIAMIn
,
1961. i .
and neighbors during our be- f' . :
reavement. Special thanks to "Your life is a beautiful me- : ,;"; . ," .. .y You are not forgotten loved one loving memory wibr-LNPt ,of
the American Legion, Houseof mory. Your absence, a silent / Nor will you ever be,
Albert and the Rev. P. D. grief. Sleep on In peace." t\ As long as life and memory
I last n ....-- ......-
and
Brantley members.
Husband, children and MRS. LENA LEWIS We will remember thee. MOTHER LULA SANDS

**' Mrs. Bertha Bostic and FamilyIN We miss your cheery smile express their feeling of gratitude -
Family : :and the friendly wave of your, We. miss you now, our hearts and sincere appreciationto
I
I I I hand.! Grant her 0 Lord an 1 are sore, their many friends during

MEMORIAMIn eternal home. Sleep on dear As time goes by we miss you their recent bereavement.

loving memory of our I one upon his breast. more, Special thanks to Elder
IN MEMORIAM
mother and grandmother Your loving smile, your gentle Smith and members of Opa-

In loving memory of our Curtis A. Lewis, husband face, locks church, Elder J.B.Dic-
husband and father, and FamilyIN No one can fill your vacant key, Elder Bingham, Elder

place. Garman and the House of Albert -

MEMORIAM Sadly missed by: Sincere gratitude to the

In sad remembrance of our two sons, John Jr. and Eric neighbors of 166th and 167th

loving son, brother,father and of MiamiandVivianThomp- t Street and friends for their

uncle the late son Williams of New York "... .. ....,.,..,,'..... telegrams, cards and flowers -
r City. Many other relativesand THOMAS BETHELwho .

friends. i departed this life
30, 1968. Gone but not forgotten Mr. Willie Battles, son

CARD OF THANKS i I Ij Mrs. Dorothy Wilson,
"Servant of God well done; daughterMrs.
The family of the late II]Rest from thy love employ Roslyn Jackson,
The battle fought, the victorywon granddaughter and the family'

,
1hl 7 as i 4s Enter thy Master's joy. CARD OF THANKSThe

... .... ..
-'Y' '' -- .a .k. .KYMESTELLA "R ,4w family of the late
ELTON HARRIS B. GIBSON, : dy4ag Lola Bethel and Family ARCHIE LEE

who departed this life April who departed this life March I > T "sys who departed this life March

10, 1966. 28, 1966. CARD OF THANKSThe 13, 1969, wish to express our
Gone, but not forgotten. And God shall wipe away all I family of the late sincere thanks for all the
tears from their eyes and i kindnesses shown to us dur-
Joetta Harris, wife death shall be no more, nor ing our hour of bereavement.
Patricia Harris, daughterIN moaning nor crying nor sorrow Mr H Special thanks to the neigh-
shall be any more.We love tsi- bors and friends.

you, but God loved you best. IRA JONES iil The Lee, Hendricks and
MEMORIAM Rest In peace. who departed this life March 4ItI Lewis families
Alice White Pinkney, 28, 1967,
+dear In mother loving and memory sister of our daughter He is gone,but not forgotten. CARD OF THANKSWe
Barbara Forbes, Sleep on blessed child, sleepon
the
M family of the late
granddaughterSandra and take your rest, we all l
Luther L. Bibb
wish to
express -
Morton, love you dearly, but God lov- REVEREND FRED J. HICKS, our heartfelt thanks and
granddaughter, N. Y. C. ed you best. whom God called to His peaceful sincere
appreciation to our
rest March wish toexpress
4,1969, numerous friends and neigh-
CARD OF THANKSWe The Family our sincere thanks bors for the many kindnesses
Ellen Inman mother
appreciation for
your
the family of the late Alexander Inman, stepfather prayers, florals, kind expressions ___ _"W__ ""----- bereavement.rendered during Your our period of
LUTHER L. BIBB Charlie Mae Williams, of sympathy, and all BRUCE, JR. visits prayers,
telephone calls
wish to express our heartfelt sister other acts of kindness shownus who passed on March 8, 1969 tele-
thanks and sincere apprecia.tion Tommy Jones son sincere grams, cards, letters, and
during our bereavement.To wish to express our other acts of kindness
to our numerous friends Dorothy M. Williams, niece thank everyone personally thanks to the many friends and the offeredto
us comfort that
and neighbors for the many Darryl Killingsworth, would be impossible, neighbors for all acts of kind- ed in order to endure we need-that
kindnesses rendered duringour nephew but special thanks must be ness shown during our hour of difficult period.

period' of bereavement.Your July Jean Killingsworth, given to Rev. T. S. Johnson, bereavement. The names are Thanking each of
LILLIE MAE JOHNSONwho prayers, visits, tele- niece Rev. S. A. Cousin, Rev. J. B. too numerous to mention. sincerely you most
departed this life April 1, phone calls, flowers, tele- Blacknell and other pulpit as- Thanks for the cards, dona- to bless you, may richly.God continue

1962.It grams, cards, letters, and IN MEMORIAM sociates. Our thanks to Mrs.A. tions, f lower s and con- Mrs. Mary Bibb
and
seems as if she is Just other acts of kindness offeredus In loving memory of Range, Mrs.Kathleen Law- dolences. A special thanks to family
away. Gone, but not forgotten. the comfort that we neededin EMMALINE SMITH son and the staff of Range Fun- Rev. A.L. Shipp and Mrs. M. RAHMINGSMrs.
order to endure that difficult who departed this life March eral Home. Athalie Range and staff of Elnora M.Jonesof

Miss Laura Mae Johnson, period.. 14, 1947. May God's richest blessings Range Funeral Home for ser- 1940 NW 48th St., died March
daughterMr. Thanking each of you most May she rest in peace rest upon you. vices splendidly rendered. 26, in Mt. Sinai Hospital. She

Raymond Johnson, son sincerely, may God continueto The Lord is my light and my is survived by two sons John,
Mrs. Georgia Jefferson bless you richly. salvation whom shall I fear (Mrs) Iuille E. Hicks Mrs. Juel Bruce, wife and Raymond; one grandson
sister, Cleveland, Ohio Mrs. Mary Bibb and family Lola Bethel and family widow ar.i "amity and family John Jr.; one niece Rosalie

Dickie with whom she lived.ZZ I



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THE MIAMI TIMES. Friday, April 4, 1969 23 ,.

DEATHS ALBERT SOCIAL SECURITY"Be
"Proi ect
Moneywise
--
Oswald Bethel of 1521 NW
CARD OF THANKSThe RANGE 56th St., died March 26. He It resolved: I will file
I leaves to mourn a wife Olive, my tax returns on time this Breadbasket" To Begin '
family of the late Horace Peters of 1091 N.W.
"
one and host of relatives year. This is the for all
son a
way
59th Street died March 30th R. Ray Goode, executive director ed to return to their neighborhoods -
and friends. Funeral self-employed folks tobe sure
at the Cedars of Lebanon of the Greater Miami and pass along the
n" Tta services were held Tuesday to get Social Security credit,
Coalition will
Hospital. Mr. peters is speak at the knowledge and information
sur-
1 in St. Peters said Miss Dorrith Leipziger
Orth. ,
p.m. session of
three-
opening a have
vived by his wife Essie Mae they gained.
; ,
Herbert Butler of 1739 NW officer-In-charge of the Mo-
week
consumer education
two sons Elmer and Richard Project Moneywise--
,
2nd ct died March 20, he is del City Social Security office. course called Project Money-
three daughters, Mildred, Breadbasket is sponsored by
Earnese Baker and Erma Lee survived Funeral by services a son Herbert were held Jr. The person' who is in busi- wise -- Breadbasket. the Office of Economic Oppor-
Johnson ten Classes will beheld at Cui- tunity and conducted by the
grandchildren
; ; Saturday 3,p.m. in the Liberty ness for himself should be
two sisters mer NefghborhoodCenter,490 Bureau of Federal Credit Un-
Rebecca and City Chapel sure he reports his earningson
Grace; three brothers, Her- time and on the correct NW 11th St., Miami. ions to help limited-income
man, Nathaniel and Isacc Richard Butler 8844 Abbott form so he will not lose valu- Although Inadequate Income persons obtain the most from
Peters. Funeral services will Ave., Miami Beach, passed able Social Security credit. and low educational levels are their money.

be held Saturday, 4:00: p.m. March 25, his wife Lillian H. The form to use Is a separate readily recognized causes of
at the Israel Bethel Baptist Butler and two sisters are Schedule C. There Is a special poverty, lack of knowledge and
Church with Rev. Brantley, among his survivors. Funeral form for selt-employedfarm- information about the various
.1iuISTAFF officiating. He will repose in services were held Tuesday ers. It Is a Schedule F. programs to help disadvan- DIVERSIFIED
_ the Range Memorial Chapelon 4 p.m In the St.Matthew Freewill taged citizens also contributeto PUBLIC SERVICE
: Friday, after 12 noon,until Baptist Church The local Internal Revenue the problem. Existing Fed- ANDNOTARY
SERGEANT WILLIAML office supplies these forms. eral and State food
funeral time. programswill PUBLIC
Janett Neely, 14 year old
Q. HANNA, The form should be attachedto be discussed, as well as
who departed from us Feb.27, Mrs. Daisy Armstrong, of daughter of Mr. and Mrs.Willie your regular Income tax return ways to overcome the obsta- *
1969 In Ramstein, Germany, 245 N.W. 11th Street, Apt. #7 Neely of 10120 Fern St. cles that prevent the partici- STANLEY SWEETING
Per r 1 n e died March 24
,
died
like to March
would 25th.
express loving Among Mrs.
of
pation needy families. The Public Relations
and heartfelt thanks to our Armstrong's survivors Include funeral services were helc j if your net earnings are$400or for
Saturday 3:30 pm at MorningStar more for the will agenda Project Moneywise Consultant
many relatives, friends and two sisters, Mrs Hattie year, you Breadbasket
neighbors who extended their Jackson and Mrs. Elizabeth Baptist Church. get credit for all four quartersof -- of emphasizesthe Theatrical Editor
Importance good nu-
sympathies and generousityof Perry Remains were shippedto Mrs. Ida Hankerson of 1935 coverage for the year. You trition meal planning food The Miami Times

themselves during our days of Valdosta, Georgia where NW 4th Ave., #14 died March will pay Social Security tax on buying,, and stretching the, con NA 1-7203:
bereavement. For the numer- services and burial were conducted 30, at JMH. He Is survived by your net earnings (your income -
ous cards, telegrams, and his wife Mrs. Rosa Green,one left after paying all business sumer dollar.five 16351 NW 18th Place

flowers you sent and your con- Brenda Paris of 1501 NW. son Ellis, two daughters, expenses). Thirty participants- neighborhoodleader who were Bundle Park
,
stant presence will always be 59th Street Apt.*\died March Cassandra and Sylvia, mother The tax rate for 1968 is 6.4 chosen because of their com Opa-locka, Florida
treasured in our memories of 28th at her residence.She is Mrs. Hester Green,three bro- percent. If you earned over munity activities, are expect
William.We survived by here parents, Mr thers, two sisters, funeral $7,800 in 1968, you will pay
wish to express our and Mrs Robert Paris; three services are incomplete. tax only on $7,800. You will r-------------,

special thanks to Father Lam- brothers; a sister; and grandparents Willie Thames died at JHM get credit for your earningson
bert L. Sands for his comforting Funeral serviceswere April 1, Funeral services are your official SocialSecurityrecord. t LA FRENCHE' t

words and members of St. conducted on Tuesday, incomplete. t
Agnes Episcopal Church, Fa- 10:00 a.m. in the chapel. Well known creative hair stylist and dancer now at:
Mrs Eliza Wilson died
ther Kenneth Major and mem- Manie Mosley of 1812 N.W. March 31, at CrestviewNurs- If you failed to file tax returns 1 1 1I
bers of the Church of the Incarnation 69th Terrace died March 25th' for a past year,you may
Sing Home. Funeral servicesare I !I II
these donatingcars TIKI WIGS
at Jackson Memorial Hospital. Incomplete. still be able to get Social Security -
their homes and for all
Among Mr. Mosley's sur- credit for some years.If '
other acts of kindness.We vivors Include a nephew Joe. you file tax returns before
,
also express thanks to Funeral services were con- Willie Rivers died March April 15, 1969, you may still UNLIMITED I I II

the staff of Homestead Air ducted on Tuesday, 12 noon at 31, at JMH. Funeral servicesare be able to' get credit for 1965, I I
Force Base, the 536Air Force Walker's Temple Church of Incomplete. 1966, or 1967. It is too late to

Band, Patrick Air Force God in Christ. James Jamison 14 monthold get credit for years before I 7529 NW 22nd Ave. 1 I
Base, and the 583 Air Force of and 1965 if no return was filed.
v Delores Dean of 2500 N.W. son Mr. Mrs.JamesF 1 1I
Ramstein Air
Band Force
Jamison died March 30(
58th Street C died March
Apt. I I II
Base The
Germany. Com-
mander of the band expressed 26th at JMH. She is survivedby Funeral. services are incomplete RICHARDSONMrs. 100% HUMAN HAIRWIGS I

"While with this band,Bill was a daughter; her parents, Loretta Bell of 7318 I

its most respected and well Mr. and Mrs. Samuel,Dean, Mrs. Ida Hankerson of 1935 NW 17th Ave., died March 27..
liked member. He was a fine Sr.; two sisters, Judy and, NW 4th Ave #14 died March She is survived by one niece
musician whose character and Mozelle; a brother, Samuel,' 13.. She is survived by her Mrs. Molly White; two ne- I ON SALEWIG I II

sincere personality were ex- Jr.; a grandmother Catherine husband Mr. Hollis, one son phews, seven grand nieces and I I
Dean and a host of other relatives '
amples for everyone. Our George. Funeral services nephews, one cousin Mrs. THE NEW AT REDUCED
Funeral serviceswere
thoughts and prayers are with were held Monday 3 p.m. in Malvise P. Gibson a friend I
you in this time of sorrow." conducted on Tuesday, the Liberty City Chapel. William Robinson and sister AFRO PRICES,
I I II
Sincere thanks to Rahmings 3:00 p.m.at the Temple Baptist In-law Mrs. Ellen Kelly. Ser-

Evergreen Mortuary for cour- Church. Thomas Macklin of 4237 vices will be held Saturday at I BUY NOW PAY LATERWIG I II

teous and efficient service. Willie Joe Woodard of 1333 NW 22nd Ct., died March 21, Metropolitan AME.
May the Almighty in all His N.W. 62nd Lane died March he leaves to mourn a devoted I I II

goodness shower upon each 29th at JMH. Mr. Woodard's wife Willie L, two sons Titus infant boy Harris of 1931 I I II
and all Htschoicestblessings. survivros include a son, Mar- and Robert, one daughter, NW 4th Court #4. Graveside
The Family vin; and a brother, Wiley. Martha. Funeral services services will be held Thurs- I I II
i funeral services were con- were held Saturday 1 p.m. at day at 2 p.m.Survivors includea
I I II
RANGEMrs. ducted on Wednesday, April Truimph Holiness Church, mother Miss Betty L.Harris 19 :

Daisy Williams of 2nd, in the chapel. Homestead. and other relatives. I I II

6526 N.W. 14th Court, died I I Co I Is
March 27th at JMH. She is
x' s 3pjf }{} EASTER SUNDAY 9 P.M.
survived by a daughter,Caro-

lyn; one grandson; a sister, MR. WALTERS PRESENTS L.JrI
3l
Mrs. Rachel L. Coleman; 4 .

three brothers, Willie, Eddie
Lee and Sgt.Arthur Lee ,
EASTER PARADE
Williams, nieces, nephewsand
other' relatives. Funeral
services were conducted on
Wednesday, April 2nd at 3:30 OF FASHIONS
p.m. at the Jehovah Witness
Kingdom Hall.

Mrs. Virginia Smith Negronof

773 N.W. 50th Street, died 6MOO :
March 28th at Hialeah Hos- & DRESS FASHIONS

pital. Mrs. Negron is sur- BY PATRICIAS INC l
vived by her husband, Nelson; \
her grandparents, Mr. and /1 Afl WIGS AND HAIR t t. \ ._ _
Mrs. Pedro Valle; four bro- .
PIECES BY ,
thers, Ralph, William,Samuel ,. /
t
MR. WALTERS INC. ,
and Rev. James Smith; five w ) z
sisters, Mesdames Vera Wil- IakUYI Mens Fashions :
liams, Ruth Sands, Merle S. 1 ; "
Dixon, Ella Mae Rolle and J4YJ By Members
Miss Ena Smith; nieces, ne- MR LESTER ALBERT, OWNER
phews, and a host of other iN11 of the

relatives. Funeral services iJt ReflectionsROOSEVELT We have kept the Faith . Your best
will be held Thursday, April
3, 3:00 p.m.. at the St. James "3 2 BANDS PLUS interest will always be served when you call

AME Church with Rev. S.L. the . .
I J HERBERT SPECIALGUEST
Gay, officiating.

Sam Avenue Brown, died, Jr.March of 360N.W.7th 29th. ; ii t' ALBERT MARY HYLOR STARS House of AlbertWhere

at Jackson Memorial Hosptlal. TURNER
service begins and ends
four AND OTHERS never
Mr. Brown is survived by PLACE
sisters, Alma Johnson, Carolyn THREE LOCATIONS TO SERVE YOU

Tolbert, Ernestine and THE CONTINENTAL CLUB ADM. $2.50TABLES LIBERTY CITY OPA-LOCKA PERRINE
Marie three brothers,
Suggs;
Walter, John and Frank. Ar- 6000 NW 7th Ave. FREE 691.7661 MU 8-3311 2388801I

rangements at this time are

incomplete.

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24 THE MIAMI TIMES, Friday, April 4, 1969

GREATER NEWMACEDONIA NEW HOPE NEW BETHEL ST. JOHN AME


Rev. W, E. Sims, pastor Rev. E. Williams, pastor Love Feast will be held Fri-
Rev. Roscoe Jackson, pastor Loraine Fuller, reporter Alice Harris, reporter day night. The pastor Is asking

Annual Willie J. Beard, reporter Thursday at 8 p.m. is our There will be Easter Sun- all, members to attend.
Easter Sunrise Ser- Easter Sunrise Service
regular prayer meeting and rise Services at 6 a.m. The Our
vices will be held 5 a.m. Sunday will be held at Mt. Nebo Bap-
Bible class. All are welcome. choir will sing and ushers'
Re Bobby Mack and con- tist Church which Mur-
Friday at 4:30 p.m. is the board No. 1 and 2 will serve. Rev.
gregation of Macedonia M. B. final rehearsal The School is havingan ray is pastor. Our pastor Rev.
Church for our Easter Sunday
West
Hollywood will
his choir and ushers
1 be with us and Rev. Mack will exercise. All participants are Easter egg hunt Monday at Curry,
will This service will
deliver the Sunrise asked to please be on time. 4 p.m. at the church. serve.
message. at 5
Annual Easter exercise and Easter Sunday morning at The Ways and Means are begin a.m.
eucharlst will be
Easter Egg Hunt will beheld 5:30, there will be a combined having a Straw Ride Saturday, The Holy

err Jin &unDau at 3 .m. Sunrise Service with New April 12. The bus will leave celebrated at the 11 a.m.ser-
I gnu f1Ihurrh p sponsored by the Sun- vice and at 5:30p.m.The
young
day School. Willie J. Beard Hope and Shiloh Baptist atNW the, church at 7 p.m. Mrs. Iva-
people under the direction of
superintendent.At 69th Street and 14th Avenue. dell Hepburn is president.
The choirs from both churches Don't forget our weekly Mrs. E. R. McGahee and Mrs.
6
ST.
MT. SINAI MARY'SRev. p.m. evening servicesand Doris Buckner will presentthe
Holy Communion. will sing together. Rev. Sims prayer meeting every Tues-
annual Easter
will preach the sermon. day at 8 p.m. pray for the sick croeram.'
A
Rev. Cleo Albury, pastorB. H. V. Stuart, pastor cordial invitation is extended The men have organized
Everyone is cordially invited. and shut-ins.
Easter Sunrise services to each and everyone to themselves for
.
Boney, reporterThe men's day May
Sunday at 6:30 we will I
p.m.
attend.
will begin at 4 and breakfast
church's monthly con- a.m. Easter GREATER 18. Mr. Lee R. Perry is general -
will be served We especially wish to thank present our exercise.
after
ference will be held on Thurs- ser- chairman and Mr. Ransom -
day, April 3, at 8 p.m. vices. Our regular services Rev. J. E. Jenkins, the Male children Parents out please bring your BETHLEHEM President Is co-chair-

Easter Sunrise service will[ 11 a.m. and 6 p.m. Choirs d Chorus,. Greater New BethelM. Let on time. Rev. C. H. Smith, pastor man.
remember the sick
be held Sunday, 530am.Also: i: ushers will dress in their B. C. Opa-locka who ap- and shut-ins us with a anda Mary Hopkins, reporterYou The young matrons will hold

an Easter Tea Sunday, 4 p.m. summer uniforms. peared on the afternoon program visit. prayer are cordially invited to their meeting at the home of

"You are Invited. Thanks to all parents for and all other participants Visitors worship with us In celebratingthe the president Thursday, 8:30
are always wel-
All members are asked tobein your support in our drive with on the entre program in risen King, joint choirs p.m. all members are askedto
readiness to share in the administration our lenten banks. Winners from the Sunday School. come our services. will render music. attend.

of the Lord's were Tammy Mangham, first; Special thanks to the wo- All members are asked to

Supper to our shut-ins following Freddy Adderley, second; and men's department who pre- ST. JAMES AME attend the weekly activities of ST. PAUL

morning worship, Sunday Eric Smith, third. All of them pared the food for the men and of the church. Business meet-
I are members of the their guests. Rev. S. L. Gay, pastor Rev. T. C. Kelley, pastor
morning. Also nursery
Sunday night Ing Friday 8
Joseph Marshall, reporterOn p.m. Mary Amos, reporter .
during our regular worship class, Mrs. Adele Bethel Sunday morning the pas- The youth are asked to meet Our Easter Sunrise Service

t services as a "Memorial toChrist" teacher. ANNOUNCEMENTThe tor Is asking all choirs sing Friday at 5 p.m. for Easter will be held at 4:30 a.m. The
membership attendance Men day dinner sale every both rehearsal. The Easter program is all choirs and
for Sunrise service and pastor asking
Is requested Saturday at the church. For president officers and will be
the 11 a.m. service. The ush- held Monday, ushers to please servce.
Auxiliaries and delivery call 758-1601. members of Choir No. 2
7 at
organizations ers are also asked to work April 7:30 p.m. Our Easter program will
desirous of ad Good Friday services will Greater New Macedonia M.B. The
( placing an together at both services. women are working take place at 5:30 p.m. Par-
I in the National S.S. and BTU begin at 12 noon. Let us continue Church, 3165 NW 56th St.,will Communion will be served at hard toward women's day May ents please come out and bring

Congress souvenir book may to pray and visit all our sick begin celebrating their fourth both services. 18th. Mock Women's Day the a friend and see our children

do so by contacting Sister E. and shut-ins. Visitors are always anniversary Friday, April 11 The young people will ren- fourth Sunday at 3 p.m. at their best.Remember.

Ingram for further informa welcome. and conclude Sunday,April 13. der an Easter program at the Pray for the sick and shut- to return your

tion. Deadline is April 15. On Friday night at 8 p.m. 6 p.m. service. in. Our sick is Patricia Con- Lenten gleaner Easter Sundayat
To our sick and shut-ins ST. LUKE a Musical Program will be Variety Children Hospital.
: Mrs. Marian Hawkins and yer, 11 or 6:30 services, so that
also bereaved families, "The held featuring some of the outstanding -. .
the you may receive credit toward
April-Ites are having an
Lord bless you and keep you." Rev. L. J, Lee, pastor choirs and groups of
all day dinner sale in the ZION HOPE your budget dues.
The pastor and officers are the city.
Parish Saturday April 5th. Say a prayer for our sick
,
I grateful for the success of the On Sunday at 3 p.m. a Mu- Rev. Paul Freeman,pastor
GRACE You may place your order by and shut-ins and pray for their
Missionaries on last Sunday. sical Program will concludethe Bessie Williams, reporter
calling 6914212.To speedy recovery.
Also thanks to Mrs. Howard anniversary.A Easter program will be held
Rev. W. F. Savoy, pastor the sick and shut-ins
Gibbs for the soul-stirring cordial Invitation is extended : Sunday at 3 p.m. Asking all
There is no place In all the :
We ask that you bring a message. to each and everyone parents, members andvlsitingfriends CHRIST
friend to the Easter serviceat The directors of the youth to com out and help uS observe world where you can get closer to come out and se I! Canon T. R.Gibson,rector

11 a.m. Sunday, which will department are asking parentsto our anniversary. to God than where you are what has been prepared fo eAntoinette Silva,reporter

''be the only service of the day. send their children to rehearsal Deacon Henry L. Jefferson right now. your enjoyment. Sister Riley, On Easter Sunday, services

f On Sunday, April 13,\ visiting Saturday at 3 p.m. president Eunice McCau- "NEW sponsor.. will be held at 5 a.m. and 9

with us at the morning The pastor is asking all of- ley, vice president, Willie J. PROVIDENCE Rev. William Armstrong a.m. Communion tickets are

service will be the Golden Age ficers and.members to attend Beard, reporter, Rev. Roscoe celebrated his birthday Mon- available In the office

,Club, Mrs. Spero Valdez, board meeting Monday at 8 Jackson, is pastor. Rev. C. J. Burney,pastor day, March 31.Happy birthdayand throughout the week. Remem-

president. At 4 p.m.we will be p.m. business of importance. Arsula Edwards, reporter hope you live to see many ber that the church requires

favored with a special musical Dinners will be sold at the CHRISTIANFELLOWSHIP Consecration service Sun- more. you to make your communionat

program by the young people's church Sunday by Evangelist day at 5 a.m. You are invitedto Prayer meeting for revival least two times a year

,choir of the Church of the White to benefit the trustees. attend. will begin Tuesday, April 8, (Christmas and Easter).
Transfiguration in Opa-locka, Please support the cause. Rev. P. S. Brown, pastorM. The youth will present their at 8 p.m. Preaching will begin The Sunday Schoolchildren

'Mrs Julia Clarke, director. The Easter program will beat L, Nixon, reporterWe annual Easter program Sun- the following Monday and come will have their Easter partyon

On Sunday April 20,we will 4 p.m. Sunday. Mrs. Katie were happy to have out of day, April 6, at 3:30: p.m. The to the conclusion on Friday, April 7. The affair beginsat

worship and fellowship with Mitchell Is In charge. Visitorsare town and local visitors. You public Is invited. Holy Com- April 25. Rev. J. E. McCrary 4:30 p.m. Come out and en- I
are welcome to worship withus munion service Sunday at 6:30
the pastor and congregationof welcome. from Sarasota will be the joy yourself

the Trinity Presbyterian Don't forget to pray for the at all times. The pastor is p.m.The evangelist. The public is cor- On Sunday morning,we were

Church in Key West, Rev. shut-ins. requesting all members to attend annual session for the dially invited to come out. privileged to have as our
Thurlow Weed conference Thursdaynight. general State Convention to beheld Prince Mfanaslbill
Dla-
pastor. You Remember the sick, shutin guest
are invited to make your at the Trinity Baptist, 307 and members of bereaved mini, minister of local administration -

reservation early. The round MT. CARMEL Saturday, April 12 will be a N.D. Street, Pensacola, Rev. families In your prayers. Government of the
trip fare is $5.00. Coordinator big day of dinner sales and a J. W. Cole, pastor April Kingdom of Swaziland. After

of the trip is Mr. Willie bazaar at the home of Brother 13.Bible service he was the guest of
Jenkins. Rev. D, A. Bradley, pastor Harold Sharpe, 3274 NW 49th class and prayer ser- ZION HILL Canon and Mrs. Gibson.

Louise McGriff, reporter St. The Is Invited attend vice at 7:30 Con-
J public Tuesday p.m. Rev. James Pickett, pastor Get well wishes are extended -
There will be
a contest between
call 4-1465 for tinue in for those who are
Sisters Annie or NE pray There will be an Easter to Mr. Daniel McKenzle-,

JORDAN GROVE Mammie Lee Williams Porterand on delivery service. sick, shut-in and bereaved. rally Sunday all members are Mrs. Ruby Adams Mrs Row-

Sister Billy Way, chairmanof asked to please register with ena Rolle, Mrs. Mersay Bak-
Rev. Douglas Cook pastor Thursday night at the church
women's day is asking all CT_ PFTFR'S
Eddie Gilbert, reporterThe come and hear them. members . _ow two dollars. er, Mr. and Mrs. Clarence
There will be a car wash and captains to contact their We'd like to thank all our Dinners are sold every Sat- Bethel, Mrs. Adella Thompson -
and let them know their members and well wisherswho at the church 2385 NW and Mrs. Bernice Hunt.
No. 1 Choir invites each pie sale at the home of Bro. urday ,
of you to a tea on this Satur- and Sis. Cummings, 9010 NW duties. Come to Sunday School turned out to worship with 60th St. Phone 633-5685. Sincere sympathy is extended -

day night at the church from 16 Ave, for the Male Chorus and bring the children Sup- us on Palm Sunday and hopeto Zion Hill is in need of a pianist to the family of the late

8 p.m. until. Deacon Parrishis call 696-0583 for delivery erintendent, Russell Howell see them at our Sunrise to play for the church Mary Symonette and the late

president. of a pie. needs your assistance. service Easter Sunday morn- call 634-3271 or 633-5685. Gertrude T. Barfield of New

Sunrise services will begin The No. 2 Choir would like Pray for and help the sick Ing at 5:00. Breakfast will.be Services will be renderedat York, whose funeral was held
and afflicted served after the church the second Sun- last Tuesday in New York.
at 5 a.m. Sunday. The No. 2 to thank everyone who made mass.
Ushers' Board will prepare a their banquet a success. Please remember your day at 3 p.m. The souvenir Her mother, Mrs.ClaraGrant

hot breakfast for you.Brother Pray for the sick and shut- DRAKE MEMORIAL lenten boxes. committee Is desirous of all and other relatives attendedthe

Jimmy Pitts is president. ins and those who have lost Rev. J. W. Dunn, pastorN. Plans are being made for a members and friends placing funeral.

The BTU will sponsor an some of their love ones. Pray T. Green, reporterThe colorful Spring Fashion show their names In the women's A happy Easter to all.

Easter program on Sunday for the boys in Vietnam.THANKFUL Missionary Society and coming April 20. daybook.To .

afternoon at 4:30. All parentsare Its president, Sister Copeland Board meeting Thursday, the sick and shut-ins,no
thank the church April 10 8 All members matter where are on the
asked to please be pres- for the donation p.m. you KINGDOM OF GOD
Invited. Business of ladder of life matter what
ent, The public Is invited.Dea- BAPTISTRev. on Sunday. The society impor- no
;. 'Ton Parrish is superintendentof made our sick members happy tance. you may be experiencing or 16000 NW 26th Avenue

the Sunday School and Eddie C.T.Ramsey,pastor with a card and donation. Pray for our sick and shut- conflicts you have right now, Rev. Bessie Jackson,pastor

c Gilbert Is president othe Edna Troutman, reporter The Missionary Society will ins.Father the kingdom of God is within Vivian Woodard, reporterThe

: BTU. Sunday Easter Sunrise Ser- meet Monday, April 21. They Charles F. Cooper, you. public Is invited to join

vices at 5 a.m. at which timea are asking all workers to do Elizabeth Bain, reporter: with us in our Good Friday

j candle light service will be missionary work., MIRACLE, LIGHTHOUSEWe services, April 4 at 8 p.m.

MATTHEW held. The president of our usher MT. PLEASANT wish to Invite you to wor- Rev. Michael Moss, associate -

At 3 p.m. the Sunday Schoolon board, Sis. Clements, andSis. Rev. A.H. Lockett, pastor ship with us in the dedicationof pastor will preach the

Rev. Randall, pastor parade will be held along White are out of the hospitaland Our hearts are sadden, and our new edifice, located at theme; "Seven Last Words of

Wynell Turner, reporter with a fashion show are asking the church to our sincere sympathy goes to 840 NW 100th St. Easter Sun- Christ."

On Monday at 5 p.m. the continue to pray for them.Let our beloved pastor and his day services begin 12 noon, Sunrise services will be

On the second Sunday the Sunday School Easter Egg hunt us visit them and all of the sick family on the death of his April 6, all day 8 p.m. night conducted on the lawn In our

YPCL and Sunday School will will be held at the home of our and shut-ins. brother. Sunday School at, 5OC service. garden on Sunday, April 6, at

celebrate their anniversary.There pastor, 1761 NW 85th St. All Boy Scouts and Cubs Evening Service,7:00.Whoso Revival beginlng April 14 4:30 a.m. The pastor will be

will be an Easter On Wednesday, at 8 p.m. please remember your meet- ever will, let them come. until? in charge.

program at 3 p.m. Sunday. weekly prayer services.Let's Ings on Friday afternoon. You We pray for all sick and dis- Mother C. E. Wheelers; is The public is invited to wor-

Pray for the sick and shut- remember our sick and shut- are Invited to visit with us tressed souls wherever they founder, Bishop M. T. Wheelers ship with us throughout the
Ins and
have
a happy Easter. in. Sunday. maybe. overseer. day.


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BIBLE CHURCH OF GOD -" --- ---- -
SUNRISE
SERVICES AT r- '

Bishop E. E. Rahming, pastor SWEETING ESTATE Miami Native Son j Progressive Baptists To Bring

Shirley Cooper, reporterOur I
11:30 a.m.services will Easter Sunrise Service will Writes Again | 4,000 Delegates To MiamiThe
be held Easter .
at 6
not be held at the church. The a.m.at the .
pastor and members will ren- Sweeting Estate, 2148 NW 4th The Rev. S. H. Bowles pas- Act of Apostles 5:3 reads
St. Fort tor of the Pentecostal Rev. R. Searcy hotels and the Miami Beach
der services at the Church of Lauderdale. Apos- Peter said Ananias, why bath Emory ,
God In Christ In Oakland Park. Special music will be by the tolic Faith Tabernacle. Satan filled thine heart etc.Indeed president of the Progressive Auditorium which will be the

All members desirous of going Dillard High School Chorus I Corinthians 13:8 verse Satanicdevicesareprac- National Baptist Convention, site of the association's gen-

please meet at the church no under the direction of Mrs'Rhoda ,Charity never faileth:but whether ticed upon many Judases of our Inc., was in Miami Beach last eral meeting.
Sneed. week for a two-day inspectiontour "Miami Beach is truly the
later than 9 a.m. there be tongues, they day; plotting maliciously, and
The youth will render their Easter message will be delivered shall cease; whether there be internecinely to destroy our of convention facilities. ideal convention city,"Searcy

Easter program in the even- by Rev. M, C. Ross. knowledge, it shall vanish political standards of govern- Some 4,000 ministers and said following a short sightseeing -

The public is Invited. A spec- away. ment, also to destroy our social delegates are expected for the trip, "lam looking for-

Ing service. ial blessing will be given to Because Good Friday Is to civic and domestic well- association's annual meeting ward to our September gather

each and everyone, by Dr. fall on the 4th of April 1969, being and prosperity; also our here Aug. 31' Sept. 7. ing as the greatest ever."

SHILOHRev. Sweeting. Breakfast served to our minds should be refreshed schools, our institutions of The head of the 600,000
Searcy, an Atlantan,was accompanied -
all. in of learning national and inter- member religious'organiza-
memory our Lord'sPassion ,
A. M.Griffin pastor by the Rev. L. V.
,
suffering agony un- national the plot of Satanic tion said he was "very muchimpressed"
reporter Booth from Cincinnati execu-
English ,
Cheryl EBENEZER after visiting
der very extreme trial and forces are on the rampage to
at 8 there will tive secretary of the order.
Friday, p.m. several of the conventionST.
tests.St. throw better Idealsof
over our
business meeting. Rev. A. D. Hall, Sr., pastorE. '
be a
Easter Sunrise Service will Ingram, reporter Luke 22: 3 verse Then good governmentandaclean'democratic LUKE FASHIONEXTRAVAGANZA
Breakfast will be served by entered Satan into Judas sur- society; even our
begin at 5 a.m. Rev. Sims and Rev. P. W.Williams,pastor
the Ponlnclna Circle in the social named Iscariot, being of the Christian Society is in for an
of New will
Hope Kathleen Streeter reporterOur
congregation
hall number of the twelve.St. acid testing challenge. asked ,
after Sunrise Service
-
Kiddie University's
Laughlin's -
be in charge of services.Homecoming annual Sunrise Easter
Choirs No.1 and 2 and Matthew 26:21 verse the question"Who shall be
will be the Services will be thisSundayat PTA will present a Fa-
Ushers' board 1 and 2 will And as they did eat, he said, able to stand"? For we are all Sun-
fourth Sunday In April. Rev. 5 a.m. Please plan to attend. sh ion Extravaganza on
serve throughout the day. The verily I say unto you, that one under the shadow of the Cross!
13 at 4 t
Roscoe Jackson and congre- This Sunday at 3 p.m. the day, April p.m. %
gation of New Macedonia Baptist public is Invited to come and of you shall betray me. youth will present their Eas- Bonded Rental Agency, 4150
share the day with us. The plot against Jesus our Let us all ask ourselves,
Church will be in chargeof ter program. NW 7th Avenue.Featured .
The Palm Sunday morning Lord was first conceived in the and prayfully ask our Lord --
the
the 11 a.m. service. On Saturday and Sunday the on programwill
The pastor is asking the en- ,service, was beautifully and In- Heart of Judas Iscariot. Declples asked Him: "Lord Young Matrons Society will be the Lll Groovers, The
also it I"? ls It I that shall betray
spirely carried out with the The plot was carriedout -- -
Vibrations and C. T. Tayloras
church to with him the sell pies.
tire go
Rev E. J. Rivers Jr. with a kiss. Jesus knew oi I thee? There is a, latent will be
,superintendent
fourth Sunday to JordanGrove Don't forget to pray for our M. C. There refreshments -
of the Methodist the plot because he predictedit possibility of sin in so many of and entertainment
Cook sick and bereaved members.The .
Church Rev.
Baptist Children's Home, Daytona would happen.God knows all us, and we should ask the Lord Admission Adults
church is located at 1790 galore :
pastor. Beach the things that are conceived in and take inventory and stock of
brought
Women's Day will be the message. NW 55th St. $1.50 and children 75?.
Holy communion will be administered the hearts of men. our lives.
fourth Sunday In May, Sister
April 13 at both
Louise Knapp, chairman and Elks Bus
Daughter Sponsers
servies. Infant Baptism and
CHRISTIAN SCIENCE TEMPLE"Who
Sister Ella Elam,Is co-chair- IOn
reception of members, April

man.Let us remember to visit 20 at 11 a.m. services. raised up the s ighteous The No. 2 Choir will spon- To ,State Ass'n
east called
from the
man
,
for the sick and shut- sor a variety program Sundayat and Lolce
Dt.
and pray' him to his foot, gave the nations 3 Sunday April 13 a bus to Yvonne Varner
p.m.at the church.A number -
Ins. the Elks State Convention will
before him and made
CORINTH Fox.This
of choirs
him rule over Kings?" This are expected to leave the home of the Dt.Ruler week the temple salutes -
participate. The public Is in- Alto Screen 743 NW 63rd St. Dt. Thomasenla Floyd
from Isalh is partof ,
Rev. M, L. Paschal,pastor passage
NEW MT. MORIARev. the Bible LessonSermonthat vited. for Lakeland. The round trip State Dt. Ruler who droped In
Ector reporter
Carolyn Along with tW pastor attend- for brief visit in Miami. Dt.
will be heard in all Christian fair is $10.00.On a
A. L. Shipp, pastor Many thanks and appreciation ing the general State Baptist Artie Richardson returned to

Evelyn Souter, reporterOur to all our various Science Churches on Eas- Convention in Pensacola, are April 9, at 8 pm the financial her temple 769 and there was

monthly conference tonight churches, who made It possi- ter. Deacon and Mrs. George E. drive of the tempel will Joy in the house.A special welcome -

(Thursday) at 8 p.m. ble and successful for our Jesus' love for man was Hepburn and Mrs. A. Clark, come to a close, every mem- to Dt. Carrie Jenkins

Easter Sunrise Service will church 11th anniversary. And closely related to, his love for superintendent of the Sunday ber is urged to be present and who Is the sister of Dt. Ruler

begin at 5 a.m. we are cor- to all of the members for their God. His love for God made It School. on time. Among the daughterswho Screen.We .

dially inviting the public. fine cooperation.Our possible to forgive his enemies Members of No. 1 Choir are are supporting their tem- are now reminded of the

The Easter, program will be Easter egg hunt and on that Easter long ago. preparing for a spicy program ple are Dt. Violet Portee, Dt. glorious season of the year ands

Sunday evening at 3 p.m. sightseeing tour will be Sat- Are we capable of loving and on Sunday afternoon, Apr 1120. Lola Wright, Dt. Donna Tur- wish each and everyone a Joy-

The pastor will be leaving urday at 12 noon, askingall forgiving our enemies? Are ner, Dt. Willie Mae Rlow, Dt. ous Easter.

next Monday for Pensacola, parents and children to meetat we sharing in divine love's

to attend, the general State the church. victory over hate?Listen Sun Opa-Locka

Baptist Convention. Our Easter program will be day at 1:45 p.m. over radio Miami Ads Don't Cost

Prayer meeting each Sunday at 3 p.m. Asking all station WMBM to part two of Federal Credit

Thursday night except first parents to come out and encourage Easter's Relevance Today. They PayS

Thursdays in the month. your child.Sister Ec- Fifth Church of Christ, NewsAt

Please pray for the shut- tor and Sister Dellford, are Scientist, 1600 NW 54th St.,

ins, sick, bereaved families, in charge. welcomes all.LIBERTY. the last official board of

those in the armed servicesand Sister Ector would like to ... directors meeting for the Opa-

world peace. Visitors are welcome her sister, Sister locka Credit Union, held at the e : Call

always welcome. Emma Stewart, from Knoxs- TEMPLE office of the credit union,2341

vllle, Tennessee to our fair CELEBRATES32NDANNIVERSARY All Baba Avenue in Opa-locka,

MT..CALVARY city and hope that her stay will the manager Mrs. Evelyn c' CHARLES
and that she
hope
be enjoyable, Freeman was complimented -

Rev. S. Atchison, pastor have a safe return trip home. On Wednesday Night,March by the board for her out- ROGERS

Phyllis Beal, reporterDid 19th, Liberty Temple cele- standing work with the school

: you miss it? If you did, brated its 32nd Anniversary. children of our area. AT PL 1-7502

you missed a treat.The women ST. JAMES BAPTISTDr. Daughters of Liberty Temple Since November 15, NathanB.

were dressed Just as they used minister gave a banquet at the Elks Young students with the cooperation FOR A GOOD BUY ON A

to, with their bonnets and their Samuel St. Johnson James, Baptist Rest on 18th Avenue. Charter of the principal, PIANO, ORGAN, SCOTT

long dresses. Even the visi- The will have It's Easter members, Mable L 'Daniels, Mrs Mackey have saved in STEREO OR ORCHESTRA
Church
tors came and fitted right In. 6 at 3 organizer, Mae Wood, First this credit union more than INSTRUMENTS.
on April p.m.
We wish to thank Rev. Ste- Program Davidson Daughter Ruller and Portia $1,000 ,with a membership of
phens of Antioch of Browns- Mrs. Norma C. Mrs., Daughter R u 11 e r and Portia
Mrs. Marlon Johnson, 332.School
ville for his message.We also and Mrs. Bannister were honored. Pre- children are actually -
Vernlka Dames,
wish to thank all the participants Supt. S.S. ,are sents were given to presentDtr. given their own pass books
James
from other churches who Mary asking Ruller, Constance Sandi- and are being educated into
We are
appeared on our program.An all tile parents sponsors.of the church to land, Mable I. Daniels, Mae savings. These childrens' age

Easter program will be best in this effort. WO range from six to thirteen.
their ,
held Sunday at 3 p.m. Come give is invited. Woods and Portia Bannister. Mrs. Freeman, manager of

out and see the little ones The public there,I A program was enjoyed before this union states, "I am available a '
Sunday
Also on Easter .
delicious refreshmentswere qew ;
perform. at the for home calls should you
will be Sun Rise Services
Friday, April 4, our pastor 6 to 7 a.m. the public is served. choose membership. Feel
will render services at Antioch a.m. Dtr. McKinney, Mistress of free to call 681-4683.

in Liberty City, Rev. invited.The Holy Communion will Social Session is to be con- This Is your credit union,

P. W. Wiggins. be given at the 11 am service. gratulated for a lovely affair. in your neighborhood, backedby

The States Rally will closeon your government and here
to serve you with loans, sav-
the same day at the 7:30:
PILGRIM RESTRev. MT. OLIVETTEThe
service at this time all ings, advice and educationalfacts.

James Nelson, pastor p.m.workers are to make their re- Popularity Contest between The office is open Fri-
Myrtice Hicks, reporter day evenings 'til 8p.m.for the
the choirs
port. on Mondaywas
Sunrise convenience of all membersand
Sunday morning our
success and the Male
a
Service will begin at 5 a.m., for new members who wish .
Chorus was the winner. Total iWE
visitors are welcome to come to Join.

out and take a part in any of MEMORIAL BAPTIST amount raised $378.00. This is a non-profit organi-
Thanks to the choirs,they have
our services. zation. The officers serve

Holy Communion will be observed Rev. L C. Mlckfns,pastor added much to the servicesand without salary. ELL HAPPINESS

as usual during the Lucille Beckett, reporter have shown a fine spirit Willie Austin, president

evening service. Holy Communion will be ad- of cooperation and fellowship. AMERICA'S LARGEST DISPLAY'At
Easter Sunrise Services
Thursday night after the ministered at both services. th. croistead of NortH-South Expressway
first Sunday Rev. talmadge You are invited to worshipwith will begin 5 am Sunday morn- ONLY 15 MINUTES. FROM ANYWHERE IN MIAMI 1

and of us each Sunday beginningwith Ing. SundaySchoolEasterpro- EASTER PICTURESDeal
congregation Holy Phone 757-7502 Broword: .J A 2-5131
at 4
Temple Baptist Church will Sunday School, 9:30 a.m. gram, p.m.
render service in behalf of morning worship 11 a.m. and Rev. Joseph Smith will be Studios 300 N.W. 54th ST.

women's day. All membersare evening worship 7 p.m. our speaker for the day and' Home of Adamsfotos
all Joint choirs will sing. FREE DELIVERY ANYWHERE IN U.S.A.In .
The pastor is asking 307 NW 2nd Aei'lutT.I.3715016
urged to be present. Broadcast time 12:15 Ft. LoudorJolo' 1103 E. Los 01. Blvd., JA 537J6THE
Pray for the less fortunateand members to attend the weekly p.m.

bereaved everywhere. ,activities of the church. WMBM.




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26 THE MIAMI TIMES, Friday, April 4, 1969
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I A.A.U.W. Sponsors Final f. Poetry Festival At Bayfront Auditorium Saturday 1 I


"Seed of Culture" ProgramThe The Sixth Annual Greater he will be the guest poet of promoting poetry. Mr. Jordan more Rader Poetry Group to
Miami Poetry Festival, spon- honor at the festival. Davidson, general chairmanof Mrs. Vivian Laramore Rader
Miami Branch of the Raisin In the Sun". sored by the Laramore Rader Also on our program will the festival, Is fully in accord who is poet laureate of Florida -
American Association of Uni- A.A.U.W. invites the publicto Poetry Group, will be held on be our own Dr. Paul Csonka, with the principle that and the leading light of the
versity Women will presentthe participate in this program Saturday, April 14 in the Bay- musicologist and associate only by a full expression of Laramore Rader Group.A .
last educational programin designed to make Florida Me- front Auditorium, 499 Bis- conductor of the Opera Guildof ourselves, can we be a better corps of hostesses and
this year's "Seed of Cul- morial College an outstand- cayne Bldv., at 8 p.m. Greater Miami who wiUpre- people and more worthwhile ushers will be on hand to welcome -
ture" series for the benefit of ing depository for negro his- Larry Rubin,associate pro- sent operatic stars Margaret citizens. and seat visitors and
the Florida Memorial College tory and culture They are fessor at the Georgia Instituteof Boylston, Dr. Edmund Cava A recognition award will be guests and admission Is free
Library on April 12, at the serving as the collecting Technology who has written and Daniel Green who will sing presented by Mrs. Dorothy to this outstanding cultural
Library Building of the Col- agency for book donations and and had published excerpts from "Cavaliera Alper, president of the Lara- event.
lege at 15800 NW 42nd Ave., have collected more than 4,000 umes of poetry, "The World's Rustlcana.
at 10 a.m. Saturday. Coffee volumes. The Palmetto High Old Way" and "Lanced In Robert Miller, one of our LEARN TO BE A MECHANICAL DRAFTSMANA I
and Danish will be served. School students gathered almost Light" and has appeared in younger poets, will read class will begin on April twenty openings.You .
Donation for adults $1.00; for a thousand of these. eight anthologies as well as "What Poetry Means to Me." 7 for those interested in be- will learn to prepare
students $.25. With community help 1 having received special The awarding of the prizesto coming mechanical drafts- plans and drawings from
Peggy Gibble, Merry-Go- AAUW would also like to establish awards from the Poetry So- the winning poets of the men. The Florida State Em- sketches for mechanical de-
Round Playhouse Director, a microfilm reading ciety of America and the Poe- grade, junior and high schools, ployment Service is recruitingnow vices according to specific
will give a commentary on the laboratory and bring the ma- try Society of New Hampshire.Mr. colleges and universities and for persons to enter this dimensions. This Is a great
Negro in the American Theatre jor works of the famous Schon- Rubin Is a dynamic per- other poet residents of class under the Manpower De- opportunity to learn a fine
Her cast of black actors burg Collection of the New sonality and has won admira- Greater Miami will of course, velopment and Training Act skill. If interested in the class,
will present excerpts from A, York Public Library. tion and acclaim wherever he highlight the evening and is (MDTA). This is a thirty come to the Miami Opportunityto .
or his poetry has appeared and wonderful gesture In further week course and there are get ahead.

I Students To Observe Drew WeekThe -


students and facultiesof Each morning Headstart
the Drew Elementary and classes will present via the If your next raise won't bring
Jr. High Schools will be exceptionally public address system, five
busy during the minutes of information con- *
week of April 7 llth. cerning the life of Dr. Drew, $6,000-$15OQO a
The Student Councils of both scientist, athlete, coach, and you year. .

"Drew Week" in honor of Dr. The school librarians will I f .. -
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I Charles Richard Drew, foun- display a model heart and ex- \.1.0 b' 'a'
der of the American Blood plain its function with the help 1 r ;
{ Bank, for whom the schools of visual aids during the entire I
I are named. week. ,
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The theme for the week is: Parents, community resi- .
"Learning Through Living: dents, and interested personsare r .. :
The Life of Dr. Charles R. invited to attend the many "- ? Y.
Drew." planned activities. I' _\, ,.

Baldwin Film JACKSON TODDLE INN ..,.$ '
Calling all former studentsof j jII
At Main LibraryFilms Jackson's Toddle Inn, have J
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you sent in your picture? The ,,.,' 4 4ai
about two great but time is now! You are urged to . I'
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very different writers,Robert send or bring your picture to
Frost and James Baldwin will the school for inclusion in the
be shown at the Miami Public "Book of Memories"dedicated -
Library on,April 8 at 8 p.m. to Mrs. Ida Bell Jackson
The films will be: "Robert Mosley on the big Founder'sDay
')\ Frost: Lover's Quarrel with Program. Hurry! Hurry!
) "r the World" a portrait of the Be sure to get your picture in.
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leisure."My Childhood: James Own Your Own Sexodelic Perhaps you should be starting a
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series the Miami can be Public borrowed Library's from hall den,everywhere, rumpus room! Only, lodge$5.00. . have already started at $7,500 . many are now making $15,000 and over! But the
Film Collection.The Send cash, check or money need for is
order to Coconut Produc- programmers not even near being filed. Thousands and thousands more are
public is invited and no tions, P.O. Box 215, Miami, needed for LIFETIME CAREERS in business
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BY JIMMY "SCOOP" BETHEL, Minister Lyndon LOUNGES LAUNDRY & CONTRACTORS
Pindling is attending a four- EARL'S ZEBRA LOUNGE CLEANINGWILLIAMS.! J.CONSTRUCTION H. COPELAND
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rm dressed up and ready to hit the streets, when my phone isters and leaders from Trinidad Earl Edwards, Prop. 1 TAILORS Service& CLEANERS- Alterations Phones 6346233IndustrialCommercial I
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distance, Detroit, call for Scoop Bethel".It was my man from commonwealth Carribeanter- 634-9251
Detroit, "Duke James" calling to give me an view accountof
eye- r it 0 r ie s. The purpose Is to ANKER-MILT
the black nationalist encounter with the Detroit police at the consider difficulties and work 6701 NW 15th Avenue A-I LABORNO
New Bethel Baptist Church. The church is about two and a half out definite plans for self gov 691.9151
blocks west Detroit's 1967 bloody riots where about 45 black ernment. RAHMINGS EVERGREEN WantedAgents FEF PAID DAILY
Agents Driver Men with cart,
people (men, women and children) were killed Defenseless Haiti: has 4.7 million French MORTUARY Fork lift, Lobe ers, Ware
people massacured by careless, gun happy cops and national speaking people and 700 is- 5253 NW 7th 75..0682IMPORTEXPORT Avenue to sell The Miami housemen. Open 5:30 a.m
guards. (With army tanks) it was about 100 cops and detec- lands. The present govern- 754.0681 or Times are wanted all over A-l
tives who shot their way into the black nationalist meeting and ment is seeking full independence Florida and Georgia. They
was met by gun fire. It started when two white cops on patrolsaw There are 64 selfstyled HOUSE OF 7 SEAS may be boys and girls or EMPLOYMENTRestaurant
a group of black men getting out of a staion wagon dressedin Haitian freedom fighters, BOUTIQUEAfroAsian adults. Make spending Hotel
military fatigues with the Black panther Insigma.The curi- part of a group arrested by Perfumes Fashions money.. Write or call Mrs. Domestic, Factory
ous cops, Rooky Plm Michael Czapski(full of ambition) and Bahamian authorities as they Jewelry Arts,, Crafts Davis, 6530 NW 15th Ave., 534 N. MIAMI AVENUE
Dick Worobec, went over to the carfor a check. (Rooky Czap- trained on a remote island for 4409 NW 7th Avenue 6910421.
ski was very insulting and calling names) an argument start- an invasion of Haiti. That raid
ed, they all reached for their guns and started firing, when captured 77 persons. DRESS SHOPS
smoke cleared Czapski dead and PATRICIA'S INC. ..,
the was Worobec was critical 1 flvenw
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wounded. 139 black militants arrested, all were released ex- MIAMI TIMES ARE TELLING YOU THEY
cept three. Those three were charged with conspiracy to com- LORY'S 6112 NW FASHION 7th Avenue SHOPS APPRECIATE DOING BUSINESS WITH YOU.
mit murder. The pastor of this church is Rev. C; L. Franklin, Martin W. Smith COURTEOUS DEPENDABLE.
(father of Aretha Franklin, queen of songs) he wasn't there at THEY ARE ,
the shoot 'em up. It is said that these black nationlist "cats" PLEASE PATRONIZE THEMI!
(newly organized) hope to take the States of South Carolina, e
Georgia, Alabama, Mississippi and Louisiana and form anew
black state, "The Republic of New Africa."' WE'VE MOVED!!!

TALK OF THE TOWN. . The Question ? ? ? even though ;* "-1 JMf FACTORY"tO'YQU*'%*imus Magic City & Harlem Cabs
Lew A Icindor(the black star basketball genus)says he will sign &. ;$ATE FREE timtflMt* instui!( ) !
with the Milwaukee Bucks, can he by-pass the tempting offer Ottit',. of George Mlkan's ABA and New York Nets owner Arthur J. NEW
brown? They offered Alcindor $3.25 million package(per five 1501 NW 62 Ste
years) plus five per cent of the Nets stock. . Motown has
made it official. Diana Ross will leave the Supremes singing 1S NEWPHONF. 696..6400DRIVERS
group in about six weeks. After a much needed rest, Diana SPRING IS HERE

will try her own single thing.. David Ruffin(former Temp- And so are the fashions at: WANTED
tation) who headlined the Apollo(NY 125thSt) Theatre a week I
ago, attendance record was No. 3. No. 1 being James Brown : my Full time or Part-time

and No, 2 "Sam and Dave". (Soul sister, Brown suger) . dressmaker Apply at OfficeDo
Singer Frankie Lane's new hit "You Gave Me A Mountain" ,
r ( |,0 ) of P in the top ten which brings him back on the star scene . The cfl.dMd.Winq'.hoii.. *#} 6026 NW 7th AVENUE
Temptations "Cloud Nine" a smash; at Miami's Eden Roc and
Come in Set the
. Diana Ross and the Supremes opens at the Miami Beach DISCHARGE?
Tremendous Selections have a SORE RASH or
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Deauville Friday night . The New York biggest wheels to r you
Alterations fast and free
present a dinner at the Waldorf Astoria,May 6, in honor of A. IT COULD BE VD
with of ,
Philip Randolph ,Sidney Pettier,ABC films and his friendsare r S purchase garment. d
organizing a Negro repertory for films,headed by Robert Pants &Speciality Skirts are Our For confidential information and
Hooks. (NY' PDTV serial) .*Sammy Davis Kuhn 'em at free 'treatment'
the NY Copa, those beautiful Copa girls . The love scene
between "Big Jim Brown and Raquel Welch in the flick, "100 1968SINGER Phone: 377-0341 Extension 152
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TRIBUTE TO GENERAL-PRESIDENT KE .. The General II g h t I y used zigzag In
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._28 THE MIAMI 'TIMES,-. Friday, April 4, 1969

"''I B-CC Breaks Ground for New $1.5 Million libraryGround

Spearing ivithr ......, ..-

r s was broken for the degrees; 36 master's and one on Negro life was offered as totals 963, Dr. Moore reported -
Carl Southwick Swisher Li- bachelor's degree. Salaries early as 1954. He also noted and he gave this break-
,,f t, brary on the northeast sectionof range from $10,333 a year for that the late Dr.Mary McLeod down; 277 in the Division of
the Bethune-Cookman full professors to $9,132 for Bethune, College founder, had Education; 140 in the Divisionof
,11iMORIOLES College campus Wednesday associate professors; $8,007for been for many years presi- Humanities; 125 in the DI-
\. the two day, annual meetingof assistant professors; and dent of the Association for vision of Science and Mathe-
BY HARRY SPEAR the board of trustees drewto ,$7,250 for Instructors. the Study of Negro. Life andHistory matics; and 421 in the Divi-
.. a close. Dr. Moore said a faculty sion of Social Science. Of the
The ceremony, Including committee now is working on "Because of the nationwide 963 students, 822 are from
LEAD BOTH LEAGUESNow prayers of Invocation and ,a new catalog which will have interest In this area,"he add- Florida, 132 from other
thanksgiving as well as earth three new features, includinga ed, "the new catalog will carryan states; and nine from other
that the grapefruit league has reached its final weekof turning, was attended by Dr. Black Studies program. expanded program of countries. Five in the last
spring training, the Orioles have a 17 won and three loss and Mrs. Carl S. Swisher, "Interest in studies havingto courses in the fine arts, the category are from: the Ba-
record which shows great improvement all around. The surprise Jacksonville Dr.Swisher,and do with Negroes is not new humanities and the social hamas; Ethiopia, Jordan, Jamaica -
so far, is the pitching,BO sore arms, Jim Palmer seems executive of the King Edward to Bethune-CookmanCollege" sciences." and Nigeria each is represented -
to have found himself.It is most surprising how they have been Cigar Company, and his wife he noted, adding that a course Student enrollment now by one student.BULLDOZING .
plastering the ball all over the park. They look like the,team donated $200,000'toward the
who won the pennant and world series in 1966 and the way $1.5 million cost of the new
they look up to the present, they can go all the way in 1969, facility.It .
providing they have no serious injuries. Frank and Brooks
Robinson along with Paul Blair, Don Buford, Boog Powell are was preceded by a morn-
hitting the ball all over the lot and out of the ball park. All ing' business session during '
we have to do is sit back and wait till the bell rings, and it is which Dr. Richard V. Moore,
all over but the shouting. president, delivered t :
annual report; and followed by
an afternoon business session
JACK CLANCY BACK IN SHAPE and a n honors convocation

Although being out of the Dolphin lineup all last season witha Wednesday night
bad knee injury, the star rookie pass receiver, informs me, The main speaker at the
that he has completely recovered. He is running well, played last function, U.S. Senator
basketball with the Miami Dolphins and has felt no effects or Daniel Key Inouye of Hawaii,
I pain. received an honorary doctorof
laws degree.

A SPECIAL TRIBUTE Others honored were Dr.
1 James Anderson Long Jr.,
Alan Wilhelm, coach and trainer manager for the Miami native Daytonan now practicing -
" S Dolphins basketball team, works for the North Miami Recreation in Palatka, and Robert
t I Center He is 22 and a cerebral palsey victim. He gets Douglas Jones, official of
around on his own power, is very intelligent and a smart the United Methodist Church
student at Miami Dade Jr. College. He is doing it for a field in the area of Syracuse, New
experience course. This is what I call making it on your own York.In .
, with all his
difficulties his report to the trustees
earlier in the Dr. Moore
_. ..__. ..... .. ................. _....... .. .. .. ............. day,
noted the college now has 59
persons on its faculty, 33 of BROWNSVILLE SWIMMING POOL C
whom are Negroes; 22 Caucasians
; and 4 Orientals. Bulldozer operator Edgar Giminez bulldozes the site chosen for 'a swim
Of the 59, 22 holds doctor's ming pool for the residents of the Brownsville area. Progress is now under-

way for pool and other aquatic facilities The, area for the unnamed pool is ,
EASTER PICTURESDeal located between 48th and 50th Streets on NW 24th- Avenue directly across I

studios from Brownsville Jr. High school. '

Home of Adamsfotos Construction is also moving ahead for swimming pools at parks locatedat 4

307 NW 2nd Avenue NW 26th Avenue &71st Street and NW 17th Avenue and 87th Street. Watch

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4.
. pire is notified, and the runner goes to first, without the four
/" wide, high or low ones.
a 3f All In all, I still think the season will be a success, Next
Baltimore Orioles outfielder Don Buford presents a check "MY week ril have my major league predictions it's that time
for $4,161 to Florida Memorial College student body presi- again!
dent James Boynton. This was the amount realized by Florida QUICK NOTES: Congrats to the Harts on the addition to
Memorial students from the sale of tickets to the Orioles- TIME"Hy the family; and to Satch Paige on getting his chance to work in
Yankees game at Miami stadium on March 14. . The money the majors again (he's with the Braves).
will be used to buy equipment for the school's new student union SPORTS MAN OF THE WEEK: Harold Smith- everyone can
building. Others left to right: College comptroller Roger PHIL DIXON appreciate a Job well done, providing it's done the way you did
Hamilton, Florida Memorial President Dr. Royal Puryear, it with hard work and dignity.
Oriole pitcher Eddie Watt and Orioles' Board Chairman Until the next meeting be a good sport.lI1iami .
Jerold C. Hofiberger.I .
DADE SPEEDSTERS SHOW THEIR HEELS TO STATE

The fellows from South Florida went up to Gainesville last
tEaster 1 week and "did their own > thing". However,this was an invitational -
meet. They showed they could, if they want to; but this
was not the state, nor was there that much state or national
Ore hot box.ready
etingTo records involved. My congrats go to the Killian and Gables .
relay teams; to'Amos Machanlc of Jackson; Gerald,Tinker of
Gables; Tab Bennett of Northwestern and Larry Black of Kil-
AllWe lian for turning In outstanding performances In their spec- to serve

ialities. want these guys to know, this was Just the practice, -. ; .'_ V :.r. '.. :
the county, state and national meets are within their grasp;
all they need is enough desire and "heart" to take the whole
Carry thing off.AROUND.

THE STATE WITH BASEBALLThe

A CompleteLine last couple of weeks rve been making my rounds at the
various baseball camps In Florida; and I must say, rye en-
Joyed myself rye met quite a few old friends (players,
Of coaches, scouts and spectators)and made a couple of new ones.
i All of the names I won't try to mention; but I will say, I wish.
ed them all luck for the coming season and to let them all
ClothingFor know, I won't be trying to get back into baseball as a player. .Iiim favorites from pur favorite*
rve been made an 'offer with the little league and I think I *
.--, have a pretty good chance of making It.Righ now, I don't know SOUTH flQRIDA'S
The where I*11 find the time,or what r 11 be doing; but Fll be working
with the kids in one of the various leagues, and I can assure wmmnqetr I
you; we'll have a winner.As for you pros and semi pros; don'tbe .
Entire Family surprised If you see me in blue umpiring one of your ;
games.

During my travels, I had a good chance to see the experi- r&_
mental rule changes in effect. Like I made my comment be-
fore I don't like all of them Until the pitchers get adjusted, beach
SUNSHINE ((after the all-star game), this will be a hitter's year. I've
noticed a lot of pitchers having control problems; and with .
the decreased strike zone, a lot of them will have more. The 1ltt todwtm> kelwt ,mcLbt ck IT J
STORES6J60 pinch hitter rule will keep a lot of named stars around a few 9
dbre years; and the pinch runner:rule will keep a lot of young
players on the major rosters a little while longer. The only NI T 1"IT 4 Cf L
NW 27th Ave. rule I felt, would be accepted readily by everybody, is the
walk rule, (if the batter Is being intentionally walked, the um-


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MIAMI TIMES Friday, April 4, 1969 29 ,.

in order to save time and get down and be assured that the I -
rREAt 1 all cash. For the mortgage price of the property has been ,

Sr "$O, lending agency which puts checked by Impartial apprais- '
$::): -- :::: up the $9,500 to getback$10000 ,- ers. Also, the buyer is given THESE PROPERTIES ARE SOLD DIRECT
T R at '
an interest rate a little
,I a longer term of years to
A.f ...N! ,under what they could get if stretch out the payments if he ;
':: By FRED 'J they put their Investors' wants to keep his payments FROM OWNER.

Tr.BETTELBEIM, JR.'S E money in some other kind of down, though he can pay more I

investment, this discount per month if he wants to : it I . ... '
E = =*R makes it pay . . ... ,
possible for them to
off
:::;::::(. ::::::: ::: : :::::::::::::::::* dt faster. :
come out about the same.This
I 3501 NW nth Court
Along with cash income and is all
part of the arrangementwhich
We hope that the subject of
equity build-up and tax saying makes it possible for I
FHA discount is little clearer
a -
we also listed capital FHA to provide its wonderful I ON LARGE DUPLEX LOT. 3 BEDROOM HOUSE. TO BE
now. If you have any questions
appreciation as one of the four services whereby a buyer is call this writer at 751- : PAINTED AND DECORATED. $450 DOWN. $150 MONTH PAYS
kinds of income you may ex- able to purchase for low cash 8642. I ALL.
pect as an income property
owner. This refers to the fact -- - -
that land values and building f--------------1'' 2016 Washington Avenue Opa-focka'
costs go up faster than the real ((1)) 3 bedroom, 1 bath; 2 bedroom, 1 bath; 1 I

depreciation that a building bedroom, 1 both, nice location. $23,500 t CBS, 3 BEDROOM, LARGE HOUSE, FENCED YARD. $450 DOWN,
undergoes with the passage of FHA. Ask for Iottie. t $110 MONTH FOR ALL.
time. The actual deteriorationis
very much slower than the ((2)) Duplex. 3 bedroom, 1 both; 2 bedroom, 1 t ;

tax laws allow you to take,and bath. FHA $20,000. Ask for Gene Kemp. ''I 2010 Washington Avenue
that Is part of the reason that '

the tax laws favor us. Normal'innaUon ((3)) Beautiful 3 bedroom, 2 bathnice location. t'' TRIPLEX. TWO 1 BEDROOM APTS. ONE 2 BEDROOM. 2 BED-
which reflects the NO QUALIFYING. $2200 down. Ask for :
economic expansion and Gene Kemp. t ROOM WILL BE VACANT. THIS CBS WILL TAKE $450 DOWN "

growth of the country, sends ((4)) 3 bedroom, 2 bath, 2 car garage' screened t i $115 MONTH PAYS ALL. INCOME PLUS LIVING RENT FREE.
values up faster than the age
makes the values go down. patio, 3 bedroom, 3 bath, 2 car garage, t

Therefore, many propertiesare screened patio. Ask for Gene Kemp. t 759 NW 64th Street
sold for than I
more they
cost, and this profit is called Ford Realty Inc. Broker t : 3 BEDROOM CBS, NEAR SHOPPING, NEWLY PAINTED AND REDECORATED -
,
capital appreciation. It is the ,
,. $450 DOWN. $105 MONTH PAYS ALL
tax-favored because only halfor l 3A39 NW 15th Ave 635-4595 J :

less of this profit is subjectto ___
income tax. -
I 720 NW 56th Street
A question has been asked
about FHA discount. This is
a
much misunderstood term. If DUPLEX. 2 BEDROOMS, 1 BATH, 1 BEDROOM, 1 BATH ON THE

it is made clear,it can be seen REALTY OTHER. BOTH APTS. WILL BE VACANTS. $450 DOWN $110

as a simple and reasonable MONTH PAYS ALL.
thing. The background fact behind -
discount is that the law MtOKU

fixes the interest rate chargedon 1363 NW 37th Street
FHA sales. This interest
;. OPEN 7 DAYS..
rate does not change and s:
up .
down with the daily movementof BEAUTIFUL 1 FAMILY 3 BEDROOM, GARAGE, CBS. $450 DOWN,

the mortgage market the $110 MONTH PAYS ALL.
SELLER PAYS ALL CLOSING COSTS
way that other Interest rates
change. The FHA rate used to Lovely 3 bedroom, 2 bath, CBS, NW 86th St. & j
be way below the regular rate. 24th Ave. Large Fla room, big rear patio with
It was raised recently by Con Bar*B*Q. Large home on lovely grounds., modern 9440 Little River Drive

gress and is near the market appliances. FHA price $18,000, $800 down I

rate now but still a little be- $127.53 month. BEAUTIFUL VIEW OF RIVER, 3 BEDROOM.... CBS, $450DOWN,. ,, '

low. Discount is a charge . ..", ..... '" $106 PER MONTH. ,;
:
:i'; r ; >It "..
which the FHA makes order .'>T v HOME AND INCOME, FHA , *" ;&
to adjust for the difference between ':;' Corner 3 bedrooms<< 2 lath home with "likfrf'pesrr

the changing market Interest ;"' CBS, 'efficiency, opt., i in rear. Front,house bOW: 170-172 NW 57th Street
rate and the fixed FHA 4,.being used as '2 bedroom 'hone 'with.:efficiency,
rate at any particular time. A L apt?',tot.ln' 'heart of Allepattahhppitasedx, : 'l"r.-' ;' 2 HOUSES ON ONE LARGE LOT. ONE 3 BEDROOM AND ONE 2

rough rule Is that 1% of inter- rture,'i'dropes i rugt. Ltye rent free.!JFHAfprie72St3 BEDROOM. $500 DOWN. $108 MONTH AND LIVE RENT FREE.
est is about equal to four pointsof $15,000. ,::$ ,AJkA.down.;.$|0f,*26wonrti. ; iu WrfiJwata j


The discount.discount charge is deducted WILL SELL FOR FHA VALUATION 1 534 NW 43rd Street

from the amount paid to Modern 3 bedroom CBS, lovely new area. Terrazzo I

the seller. The approved floors, awnings, jalousie windows, large air conditioner 2 BEAUTIFUL HOUSES ON LOT. TO BE COMPLETEDl DECORATED -

mortgage, puts up an amount! heats and cools, paneled dining room, AND RENOVATED,. BEAUTIFUL STREET,. $450 DOWN,$110
that is less than the mortgagetotal wall to wall carpetinglarge screened patio. FHA
-- less by the amount of $14,900, $450 down, $107.14 month. MONTH PAYS ALL.

discount. If,,for example, the .
t \WILL S LL; FOR FKA;VA.UATI..H 4
mortgage is for $10,000 and ; 5455 NW 5th Avenue
the discount is 5%, or five .Odra3.h'ed'roem. ,! : !: ;,* hath CBS,;"f J!.tt(.*, c! 1

points, at the time the FHA ""T.lets"CircelarndrWatlo' ,c porir.f..1; r DU FLEX WITH 3 CAR CBS GARAGE. BEAUTIFUL PROPERTY.

deal is arranged,the mortgage: lJ,WIf J.:>yr|" |siiy tf*;:*rf wf+ .,.:.,!lI.Ufi lCl't $450 DOWN. $110 MONTH PAYS ALL.
company really puts up only >l, fl.LortI/' "areoFHA. '$lYb80r7f14dawa; .
$9,500 cash instead$10,000. '!,WJ,.$ M* itt'v}.41 11, ttz 6WIl
Some people are against the
discount arrangement and favor -. SELLER PAYS ALL CLOSING COSTS 2009 All; Baba Street Opa-focka'

having FHA Interest the Modern 3 bedroom, 2 bath CBS, Fla room, car
same as the market rate.Having port, central heat and air conditioning. Wall to DUPLEX. CBS. $300 DOWN, $100 MONTH PAYS ALL.

it fixed by law protects. me' wall carpeting, fenced yard, sprinkler system,15x
buyer against having rates go 35 swimming i i pool. FHA price $20,000 with
up, and that way the monthly $1,000 down, 140.88 month.
17240 NW 49th Avenue
payments: are kept from going '.-
too high. The discount may be AW.'tlft J <[t:l:.I.J!..... ilE .aaT :tt&" if+ J>
ritftif.: 1>,
disadvantageous for, the seller .J ,MP'Im" {,' \4 LARGE 3 BEDROOM, 2 BATH, CBS, WITH 7 ROOMS COMPLETELY
but the seller gets other fi.Jt'g: ; ,, '
FURNISHED. $800 DOWN. $155 MONTH PAYS ALL INCLUDING '
'" ,
benefits which make up for it. \ I"I' ,.'.a..oW'i"Ow"1m"ri'l'J. " '') ''

If the seller were to avoid / ,'.- "'':.: Jj.JJ.,r :!:ft, far'" a "'pmyate.ts ,$ave I!" FURNITURE.ALL .
>
FHA, it would be necessary lif1X'! '};.:..r' ' t Jitte.o; C... f! 'Ota \W; !f1 ,
,
either to find buyers with much ,'!:'H .lf..tl ''" ';/.< \.h; ;

more cash down or else take
back a purchase money mort- '- WE HAVE MANY MORE HOMES 1 OF THE ABOVE PROPERTIES ARE SOLD DIRECT FROM

gage for part of the purchase YOU CAN BUY' ANY OF OUR FHA'HOMES FOR OWN ER.
ARE A VET OR_BEING 1
$100 DOWN IF YOU
price. It might take a lot longer i
to find a buyer with enough DISPLACED .HO'IF. OU._CAN. ..QUALIFY I -
cash without If the seller ,
FHA.
were to take second mortgage "!.fV 'Y'.f"' 'fJ..r4''C 4 q ; : ' : "::
a ,
1 ESTATES
/
ft r rya'.H 'I' , 'fI GREATWOODS
., '
and then try to sell it for "'Iii '" V T yi A '
cash, he would learn about discount :REALTY: !

'the hard way.because it, ,, ,+" .
would be necessary to discount "" 11!," If it l(1 ; "i it' I 1825 BISCAYNE BOULEVARDPLEASE
it a good deal more than 5%or ... . ; I
."-' f': .t j/ ,
so,, maybe as much as 40% or ;., .. '' / ',.f8i.. .I", .
32' 'ii/MW' .1tJ ''A" .,
even. j
more. ;J.i ia ,. ; '''f ,, iv'

Taking back purchase \, '\>, '4+o1\r!J'j t. ,' ,;!ft. ;."<,.. 4 3"II' ',\/w JV J; ,J 11r' G j CALL: MR. BERNSTEIN
!. ,',, '
money mortgages for houses ; jA>; ft' '''i 4 ,
.",. .,;.f, .t'I """ .t. I t
; :t-t
is 'CINTtJ
risky for the seller it is not -
; VIW.1J'J'Irr.'" "
'-, ,, ,. "" jot "" ,,/"';" :""'''J 358-1879 371-4972
like income property that has " .JI"1. >"':\," ,, .. ; ; L -
'' ,"'fIf: """ "11.' ",'.. : ...'!J ..' }
rental j
income to justify such ,.. \ "W
IVI .
mortgages and make themde*. t. .I';""' J'It'M Sf, \. ,;: :$unci ': : s 4 tTHE

sirable Investments The FHA ','.11!'"' /.'iII!'">.... .,>.', "Ii.< discount is well worth paying



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30 THE MIAMI TIMES Friday, April 4, 1969

MISCELLANEOUSCARNEGAY CAR KILLS3YEAROLD

ADS I BEAUTY SALON r
! 5253 NW 24th Place
I' III
634-0195 James Jamison, 3, of 1531
20 WORDS OR LESS $2.00. 100 EACH ADDITIONAL I WORD. N.W. 1st. Ct., walked into the
Easter holidays, hair sham- I 111
DEADLINE FOR CLASSIFIED ADS TUESDAY 6 P. M. pooed, pressed, styled $3.50.street near his home and was 1
killed by a car in an accident
Wigs cleaned and set, 400.
Sunday. Driver of the
FOR SALE FOR SALE FOR SALE car
was Paul L. Jones, 29, of 268
Cozy 2 bedroom 1 bath garage I 2419 NW 93rd Street 2 bed- North Miami. 3 bedrooms, 2 BUSINESS OPPORTUNITY N.W. 11th St. owners.iivibacl.

FHA $350 down $94 month,, room, nice Florida room, baths, frame house. Large eat Leading in international company
short 20 year mortgage. Vet- completely furnished from In kitchen. $12,500.$6,000 personal developmentis

eran or WHH 221 certificati soup to nuts. $9,300 (Vets and down. $77 month pays everything offerng an opportunity for KllijMiftViiMKIGeC

$100 down. Atlantic and Pacific 221 people $400))down, monthly phone for appointment complete Independence to Individuals as little as
who have a desire .
Realtors. 666-0411. payment including taxes and 758-6596.: No agents. t F SUCK BLACK
for personal growth, a desireto
insurance less than $90 per
1 bath help others grow, and a desire DOUBLE ACTION
Pretty 3 bedroom CBS month. No closing costs. 70th
St. and 3rd Ave. /COLORS GRAY HAIR HAD(
tile roof, hardwood floor.$1- Hurry! Hurry! Hurryl! Aetna 2 bedroom CBS oak to make money. Invest s month.
Lovely
500 down, bank financing Realty (Broker), 811 NW 54th. ment required. Call Al Sher- 2 PASSES HAIR IKKKESEWING
floors Fla.
large porch, car- A ,
man, Personal Dynamics Co. r
Terms arranged. Atlantic and St., phone: 757-5724, open 7 port, $450 down. $100 vets.
947-2563 or come to Howard
Pacific Realtors 666-0411. days. total. $118 month
$14,500
pays Johnson Motor Lodge, 1100
all. A. Ben-Korl Realtor Money available for
,anytime -
2455 NW 55th St Three bed- 8721 NW 15th Avenue gor- 759-2425. Biscayne Boulevard, Room MACHINE first and second

room, almost brand new. Mod- geous Flamingo Village 2 bed- 208, Tuesday 7:30 p.m. 1969 ZIG-ZAG PORTABLE mortgage loans on
ern built-in kitchen price room, 1 bath, Florida room, Zlg-Zog lightly used. No CBS or frame houses.
,
$300 down $9,000 full price. Absolutely
attach. needed to no chargeof
oak floors tile roof monogram
$13,800 fast possession, garage any kind unless we
$75 month pays everything.See overcast, make but hole,
good terms!, see today. Aetna FHA $14,500$450 down(Vets 2329 NW 59th Street.HL controls built In. Sews with make th loan to you.
1.Realty (Broker), 811 NW 54th and 221 people $100)). Seller Simon Realtor. 446-5818. Brown & Son 1 or 2 needles. Full price For free Information
St. 757-5724 7 pays all closing costs you'll $38.10 or assume paymentsof callcoHect(305)FRW304( ) !
phone: open $4.53 mo. For free home
days. never see a better buy, bring FOR RENTGo CARPENTRY AND demonstration, call Capitol or mail coupon to:
money. Aetna RealtyBroker), Credit Mgr. till 9 p.m. No
2485 NW 57th St Huge home 811 NW 54th St. phone 757- into business. Fully equip GENERAL REPAIRS oblig. If toll call collect /inn

plus rental unit. FHA terms, 5724, open 7 days. ped corner grocery. 1460 NW FREE EATIMATES 949.8124 METROPOLITANMOR'l'GAGE
seller i 79th Street. $200 month. Call Capitol Sewing Machines
,I, price $22,000, pays
closing costs. See this gorgeous 7000-02 NW4th Avenue Cus- agent, Dixie Rental, 3203 NW CALL 754-8590 of Southern Florida COMPANY
Live in tom CBS duplex 3 bedrooms 17th Ave. 633-2429. 2244 BISCAYNC BLVD
t property today. 220 N.W. 50 TH ST. MIAMI FLORIDA! 33137
one, see an Income from the 2 baths on one side, 2 bed- a'a - as as - .
rest. Aetna Realty (Broker), room, 11/2 baths on other. Room. Nice working couple. '. 1.I

j 811 NW 54th St., phone 757- Garage, built-in kitchen, air- Some cooking phone: 757-. NAME II

5724, open 7 days. conditioned, priced $23,000 4149. I TOOTHACHEDon't
l FHA terms. Seller pays all sufferrelieve ADDRESS I

221 NW 69th St Huge 4 bed- closing costs. Must be seen Room for nice, clean, intelligent pain in seconds is millions do with .
gentleman. No drinking. ORA-JEL. Many dentists recommend :
room, 2 bath plus 2 bedroom, inside and out. Aetna Realty using ORA-JEL until you get CITY .
(Broker) 811 NW 54th St. 685-5356. treatment. ..._
1 bath duplex.Central heat and professional X"1orajel ,
:............ I STATE ZIP 1e
air, oak floors, tile roof,gar- phone: 757-5724, open 7 days."FHA" I . .
age and much, much more, APARTMENTS IN HIALEAH ,....::: .;...i'. ik ...> 161a11sssa! Ir .
5 blocks from Hialeah race
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FHA value $27,000, seller I
if 3 BEDROOM 2 BATH track. No children Includes,
pays closing costs you
really want the verybestdon'tmiss Custom built home on a largelot refrigerator and range, exterminator MALE LAUNDRY HELP

this one. Aetna Realty garage, hardwood floors, service, water Loaders, pullers, extractor operators. Good

(Broker), 811 NW 54th St., plus many, many extras. Price free, newly repainted. 1 bed- TREATURIGHTCLEANERS wages. Production bonus. Excellent company

phone: 757-5724, open 7 days. $22,500 FHA. By appointment. room $19 week. Conven- benefits. Paid vacation. Permanent job. Must
Drive by 1350 NW 88th Street, ient to working people around clothesto
If you want your be 18 or over. Apply in mornings. No phone
8355 NW 15th Avenue CBS then call FENSTER Realty, Hialeah. Very quiet area. receive excellent core, calls please. Ask for Mr. Findley, National
These clean and
2 bedroom, Florida room, Broker, 759-8779. are really and expert cleaning and
Linen Service 1950 NW 1st Avenue.
nice apartments.. HILo Apart- ,
carport, corner, fenced, FHA pressing. Bring them to
'* value $10,500 $350.00 down 3 BEDROOMS 2 BATHS ments 2490 West 4th Ct. Apt. us.

(j (Vets and 221 people $100) Plus rental unit. 75th St. area 1, Hialeah, Manager is Mrs. 1 DAY SPECIALNo .."' =
r
Seller pays all closing costs, Lovely property, perfect condition Williams 887-0763. (2 vacancies Extra Charge

this one won't last be first! $500 down' to vets or ). $50 deposit required. Corner 62nd St. and 22nd' I AGENT WANTED

Aetna Realty(Broker), 811 NW $1500 down FHAA. Ben-Kori, Avenue N.W.
54th St., phone: 757-5724, Realtor, anytime 759-2425. Males only. Nice room. Near M IN SOUTH DADEThe

open 7 days. public transportation,private
$75 MONTH PAYS ALL home. 2331 Rutland St. Opa- Miami Times needs a Circulation Manager to

110 NW 85th Street brand 93rd St. area.Very nice 2 bed- locka. Inquire 8 a.m. to 1:30 AutomobilesFor service the South Dade area from Coconut Grove

new! Corner, bedroom, 2 room home. Perfect condition, p.m. M to Florida City. Route could be handled Thursday

bath, Florida room, garage, frame. You must see inside to Sale or Friday morn II g. This is a fast grow-

central heat and air, total appreciate. $8,000 total. $250 HELP WANTEDMen great potential.
Aetna down. A. Ben-Kori, Realtor, lfternoon
price $24,900 terms. anytime 759-2425. or women with autos. Fullor NATIONAL INDUSTRIAL MRS. DAVIS, 691-0421 .
,
54th
811 NW
Realty (Broker),
part time. Sell wigs on REPOSSESSIONS ?
St., phone: 757-5724, open 7 credit. No turn downs. Spot >a tC'fiMitC71) (
'
days. INCOME PROPERTY 64 Chevy Corvair
delivery Full time can earn in
PROFESSIONAL excess of $200.00 weekly..Call '64 Cadillac Coupe de Ville

Attention investors and specu- BUSINESSMAN ONLY 757-4521, 9 a.m. 12 p.m. '66 Ford Fairlane
lators!! 895-901 NW 91st St., Finish this store for your of- (Apr. 11) '65 Chevy Impala AIJANITORIAL
fice have 2 stores for rentals
10 CBS units, $60,000 terms, '62 Pontiac
Aetna Realty(Broker), 811 NW plus duplex and house this
SERVICE
will for the property zon- CALL MR. DUFFIE
pay
54th St. phone 757-5724,open
: Tasty Box lunch 13350 Le-
,
r 759-4431
7 ed C-5. Located in the heartof
days. Jeune Road. Opa-locka. Driv-
:, NW.section, 1074-1076A&B CARPET CLEANING AND YARD MAINTENANCE

FHA 2 bedroom bargain.Good. 1080 and 1082 NW 54th Street. ers established, male or routes female for to indus-run NO JOB IS TOO LARGE OR T CO SMALL '

location, CBS fenced, total:Parking area. Owner R. Carl trial caterers. No experience
$300 down Bachman 624-0540. 24 Hour Answering Service
price $9,000. Dec e s s a r y. Guarantee $70.
seller pays all closing costs. (Ap. 11)) Can earn $100-$125.681-6664 .

(Vets and 221 people $100)). 759-1760

$64.44 monthly, call now Aet-, 5 bedroom, 3 bath,CBS 8 years Lane's Barber Shop. 926 NW
na Realty (Broker), 811 m new. Danla. 2325 Hood Street. 2nd Avenue. Wants an apprentice -

54th St.,phone: 757-5724,oper I 1 Call 864-4412. or master barber. Call
7 days. W. J. Thomas at 373-9558. PAN AMERICAN

Carol City. 4 bedrooms, 2 (Ap 4)) WORLD AIRWAYS Training Jobs Open Now
rr 8 room CBS 3 bedroom, Fla,, bath, large Florida room,
room, carport, yard house, carpeting, drapes and appli Florida registered pharmacist -
2 air conditioners, dishwashers ances. Large corner lot. Excellent opportunity. Thi World's Most F.S.E.S REPORT:

etc. 2388 NW 88th St. 691- Fenced yard and sprinkler Call J&J Drugs. 6912001.MISCELLANEOUS Experienced Airline

8118. system. FHA $1,000 down.Tu- NOW HIRINGSTEWARDESSES If you have no experience but want to work-here Is an

bin Realtors,7906 NW 7th Ave. opportunity to work and learn a new trade. All you have
LIKE NEW Phone: 691-4785. to do is apply for a bb at the Employment Service office

Lovely 2 bedroom CBS, wall Private music lessons. Learnto listed below. .

to, wall carpeting, large dining Duplex. 2 bedrooms each side. play, read and write. Call To Fly All (1): A Miami employer has a job opening for a small
N' $450 down no closing Six ContinentsMust appliance repairman. Some electrical
i room, Tile roof,terrazzo floors Jalousie 757-4149. background or
costs. Vets and 221 $100 I window, close to knowledge is necessary. A trainee will start at $2.00 an

down. See 3020 NW 58th St. schools, shopping and bus. MIAMI NORTHWESTERNADULT be single{ minimum age hour for a forty four hour week, Monday through Satur-
Call owner 693-2631. 20. .Height 5 3" to 5'9". day noon.
FHA $800 down. $127 month. CENTER
Tubin Realtors, 7906 NW 7th Enroll today, call after 2p.m. bealth.Weight 105 Good to 140 vision Ib*. Good Mutt (2) A local printing firm has a job opening for a mechan-

LOW, LOW PRICE Ave. Phone: 691-4785. for information at 836-1231. be high school graduate. ically inclined trainee to learn the set up and operationof

Cute 2 bedroom, good for re- Courses being offered: High Knowledge of a foreign an end-aving press.The starting salary is $80.00 for

tirees or small family. Only 3 bedroom CBS, 2 Florida school subjects, typing, weld- language. an 8:00 a.m. to 4:30 p.m. shift, Monday through Friday.

$300 down. No closing costs. rooms, carport, modern kit- ing, auto body and paint,cloth- MIAMI INTERVIEWS (3). A Hialeah employer has a job opening for a trainee

See 1860 NW 59th St.Call own- chen with dishwasher, 2 air Ing, furniture reupholstery, Wednesday, April 9th for a special tube machine operator. The starting salary
er 693-2631. conditioners, large fenced is $2.50 an hour for an 8:00a.m.to 5:00 p.m. shut Mon-

yard. Near schools, shoppingand For Interview Oil+appointment day through Friday.
SHARPE LOW PRICE Apply for all these jobsatthe Industrial office
bus. FHA $800 down. Tu- DRAPERIEStaken PAN AM Florida
CBS, A-l shape, 2 bedroom, bin ,Realtors, 7906 NW 7th down, cleaned, decorator 637-2778 State Employment Service, 1350 N.W. 12th Avenue Room
completely redecorated. $300 Avenue Phone 691-4785. folded and rehung.Drapery An lival apptrtuflitCmpKyti/ 280. Employment Service offices are open at 8:00 a.m.

down. $75 per month.Noclos- rods Installed. LUSTRA/ A Plan for Progress sharp Monday through Friday.

lag costs. See 6300 NW 19th 1961 Oldsmobile. $150 cash. TONE DRAPERY SERVICE. Company

i Court. Call owner 693-2631. 7596992. 887-8022



THE MIAMI TIMES, Friday, April 4, 1969 31

Trains Administrators For Desegregation< You're Never Too Old


#11III To LearnThe

Miami Senior High ami High Adult Education Center -
r Adult Education Center, 2460 These include Spanish,
t: SW First St., announces the French, German,Italian,Arabic -
opening of registration for its Russian,Chinese,and He-
spring trimester. New clas- brew.
: ses begin on Monday,April 28. For those interested in
The registration office is open business and marketing,twen-
from 2 p.m. to 9:30p.m. Mon- ty programs of study are
day trough Friday. offered, including seven spec-
The program is designed for ialized courses offered in co-
mature adults who recognizethe operation with theSraill Business -
t need to improve them- Administration.Pre .
selves and who want to prepare employment training
themselves for more productive classes are offered to those
better paying Jobs in to- planning to enter the fields of
day's society. The program auto mechanics, major appliance -
offers many subjects to fulfill repair, electronics, air
the school's philosophy, conditioning, refrigeration -
"You're Never Too Old To and heating, drafting, and
4 Learn." commercial art. These clas-
iI : Adults may earn a 16-unit ses have been approved for
high school diploma through veterans.
\ regular' attendance in night There are many other sub-
classes, or they may enroll in jects offered such as psychology ,.1
a short review course to pre- clothing construc-
rL pare to take an examinationfor tion, art, drafting, music,
a Florida State High School reading improvement, and
Equivalency Diploma. A com- citizenship.Adult .
plete business education de- counselors are pre-
partment offers a program to pared to aid students with any
aid the student whether he or academic problem they may
she_ wants to learn typing have. Diagnostic tests are
(manual and electric), short- available to help place adultsin
f f hand, office machines, or the proper subject area and
r t tJa other skills needed In busi- level. The counselors are on
ness offices.J Eight foreign duty from 7 to 10p.m.Monday
languages are taught at the Mi through Friday.





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5 7LI :: Beautiful CBS home. Big kitchen. Renewed "I
hardwood floors. Tile bath. $800 down. Movein
this week.H. .

I iM11 ;i L. SIMON, Realtor 446-5818!



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CARLTON REALTY

ON CAMPUS in Jacksonville. 2074 NW IS STREET BROKER
Mrs. Catherine Hartman Dr. Jesse Allen U. of
((6))
,
((1)) Ted Nichols and Mrs. Endilee Bush 693-4772 I IF NO ANS. 7546733WITH
Miami and Lou Manganiella, principal of Santa
(2)) Mrs. Ella Borak, Cecil Keene, James Stover, Clara Elementary at Madison Jr. High School.IN GOOD WISHES
Mrs. Daphanie Harrison and Harold Guinyard.IN FOR A
THE CLASSROOM
THE FIELD ((7)) Dennis Jackson, Mrs. Mary Mack and Miss Annie FESTIVE EASTER
((3)) James Stover, William Turner and Dr. Johnnie
Jones, principal of Drew Jr. High at Drew. Rudolph. Cloud Frl., April 4th, Sat., April 5th, Sun., April 6th.

((4)) James Stover and Mrs. Drucilie Stafford at Miami ((8)) Dr., John Croghan and Mrs. Polly Mcintosh.

Killian High School. ((9)) Earl Allen, Mrs. Edythe Barfield, Mrs. Polly r --- ----- --,
and Mrs. Mcintosh and. Harold Guinyard at Miami Springs
((5)Lemmie) i Deliford, Harold Guinyard
Drucille Stafford at Desegregation ConferenceThe High School. I BY OWNERFHA I

U.S. Office of Educa- with the Dade County Schoolsand gram, it is felt, hinges upon states. Next year the program TERMS I
tion funded a programSeptem- community agencies in the development of this will be known as the Educa- I ((1))) 4020 NW 12th Ave. 2 bedroom comer.
ber 1968 to aid in ending the the partical training of these awareness. tional Personnel Development $82 month all.
last vestiges of the dual school educational administrators. Dade County S c h o o 1 Program in Leadership I pays I

system in the South.This pro- Participants in the program Officials are watching the progress of Training for Administrators I ((2) 1812 NW 53rd St. 2 bedroom, Fla room,
of the and the Multi-Cultural Schools. It
gram, The ExperiencedTeacher have worked in Santa Clara program
Fellowship Program, and Little River Elementary people in it in order to make will encompass a full calen- garage, $300 down, $105 pays all. I
the first of its kind anywherein Schools, Drew and Madison use of the talent,they find as dar year from September 8,
the United States, is now junior high schools and Miami they continue to progress toward 1969 through August 1970. ((3)) 1121 NW 51 -CBSduplex.. 2 bedroom
being operatedat the Uni- Springs and MlamlKillian a totally desegregatedschool Applications are now being & 1 bedroom, '$350 down, $125 pays all.
Schools. system. ace e p t e d by Dr. Gordon
versity of Miami. The EXTFPIs Senior High
designed to train beginning Several community agen- The program has been fund- Foster, Director Educational ((4)) 1785 NW 82nd St. 2 bedroom, fenced,
black and white administrators cies have made.room in their ed for an additional year in the Personnel Development Program carport, $2,000 down,.$77 pays all.
for positions of leader- organizations for EXTFP par- hope of preparing more administrators for Administrators,
for school situa- School of Education, Uni- ((5)) 2125 NW 58th St. bedrooms ...
ship in the emerging de- tie 1 p a n t s.Community agencies -, Duplex. 3 & I
segregated schools of the Involved are the community tions in other counties in Fla. versity of Miami, Coral 2 baths to be fixed. $250 down. $99 month
South. Relations Board,EOPI as well as other southern Gables, Florida, 33124. pays all.
There has bee n a recent Legal Services, James E. I
awareness of the need for Scott Community Center, Li- AUTO INSURANCE r, i ((6)) 3147 NW 66th St. 3 bedroom, CBS, 4
people specifically trained to berty City Community Council Low Premium Rates ;: ftf.<", :x I years old. $400 down. $101 pays all.
deal with the problems that Miami Coalition, Model i I
Low a ((7)) 2222 NW 86th St. 2 bedroom CBS $300
arise in the process of school Cities, Tacolcy, an the Urban Monthly Payments _
desegregation. This program Coalition. Both the directors Immediate SR-22 Filings I' down. $95 month pays all. ,

provides relevant training in of the EXTFP and the com- OFFICE HOURS. aI" I I' ((8) 417 bedroom I II
the fundamentals of schooladministration munity, agencies can see and ) NW 46th St. 2 baths, 2
Mon. Thru Fri. 9$30.7z00so
as well as urgent need that thenewbreedof ,. 9i30-4iOO I 2 porches, just fixed.. $250 down.. $83
practical experience in dealing principal leave the con- pays all. '
BROWN REALTY & INSURANCE AGENCY I
! with the problems of the fines of his cement school
desegregated school. structure to become aware of /740 NW 7th Avenue I CALL: 7513659EXTfP I
The University of Miami Is the total community he will 754.0655 I.----- --------A
working in close conjunction serve. The success of this pro-



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