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Vol. 46, No. 33 MIAMI. FLORIDA FRIDAY, APRIL 11, 1969



: Teenagers Die As 'j

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i Car Goes In CanalTwo


j + w' IF1P1 I 16-year-old boys died
Tuesday night when their car
failed to make a sharp turn.
and plunged into a canal.
The other youths escaped
the sinking car, investigatorssaid.
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Mrs. Charles R. Drew, wife of the famous doctor who pioneered the stud), Deputies said the dead were ,

of blood plasma, signs autographs for students of the schools named in her Tyrone Smith. 2780 NW 61st,
St., driver of the 1967' sedan, r
husband's honor. -- Johnson of Miami photo and Walter Worthy, 2500 NW WALTER WORTHYThe

56th Ter., both students at car was westbound on
Wife Of Blood Bank Founder HereThe Brownsville Junior High. NW 207th Street at high speed

The two passengers who about 11:15: p.m. The street
students and faculties of schools, programs during City area on Thursday morn- swam to safety were Robert turns sharply at 15th Avenue
Drew and Junior alternate be- ing, with the widow of Dr.Drewas
Elementary "Drew Week" Reddick, 17, 2490 NW 60th St.,- but Smith apparently did not
High Schools are dedicating tween the life of Dr. Drew, honored guest.A and Andrew Moore, 20, 2525 know this.
every day this week to Dr. scientist, athlete and educa- newly-adopted school NW 56th Ter.SherW's .
Charles Richard Drew,founder tor, and a series of studies song will be made public dramatically Sgt. Marshall Holt TYRONE SMITH The car slammed through a
of the American Blood and presentations on the hu- in the afternoon, said Smith and Worthy got out that the car wa.: traveling 80 'barricade warning of the turn "
Bank, for whom the schoolsare man heart and blood. along with physical fitness of the car but drowned tryingto to 85 miles an hour in a 35- and skidded 152 feet into the :
named. Climaxing events is a parade exhibitions and observance of swim to shore. He added mile-an-hour zone. 15-foot-deep canal. <
Organized and directed by of bands, floats and annual Elementary School '\
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the student councils of bothWDJFRED marchers through the Libertyter given twice on Friday. -- "4,,


I Goa. Kirk Suspends Carroll Is Clay Suspension :



Governor Claude Kirk sus- being accused of conspiracy -, Commission since his indict- An Out To Fight ? i
pended Metro CommissionerEarl to solicit a bribe and soliciting ment.
Carroll on Wednesday., a bribe. Carroll is accused of seek-

Carroll and Attorney SyChadrotf ing a $115,000 payoff from UrbanJSys *, .Y *! Last F r '1 day night at Clay said after],the Supreme, .;i\')\
I,. were Indicted by the Dade Carroll had voluntarily re- terns ,Development Georgia Tech University, Court ruling that he would \j
Grand Jury two weeks ago af- frained from sitting on the Corp for the award of an ur', Cassius Clay told an audience, fight again If the conviction 'I;'
ban renewal contract by the urn never climb Into the ring were overruled. This state- I
Metro Commission.The f C s or go Into an arena again." ment so Incensed Elijah Mu-
Insisting that he's still the hammad that he defrocked his
Senate
Dorsett is First Negro Officerin must now rule
whether to dismiss Carroll champ, Clay said, "1m' re- popular Muslim minister.
from his post or to reinstatehim. tired. This seems to put Clay In
., But we wonder' a great spot to fight again sincehe
All White BankWinfred Stripped of his heavyweightcrown is no longer a Muslim

The State Attorney's office because of his refusalto minister. And it is no secret
Dorsett has been 3295 NW 43rd Ter., Miami, has not yet filed an informa- be inducted into the Armed that the free spending Clay
elected to the official staff of where they have owned their tion nor set a date for appear- CASSIUS CLAY Forces, Clay has now been could use the big bundle he
the Peoples First National home for 16 years. It Is also ance by both men in Criminal stripped of his religious statusof would get for climbing Into \
Bank of Miami Shores as an near the home of his 85yearold Court. .Defrocked Minister a Muslim minister and his the ring with the likes of Joe ,
Assistant Cashier with whichinstltutionlhehasbeen mother, Mrs. Ida M. Dor- Islamic name of MuhammadAll Frazier or ex-stablemate "
sett, who still controls the for a one year period. champion Jimmy Ellis. ;
connected since Its establish- Dorsett clan. The Dorsetts + This turn in events came But If Clay Is no longer a i
ment. have three children Mrs. 1 } v about after the Supreme Court Muslim minister, Just what
Mr. Dorsett Is the first Beverly Fonville residing in '1 1 A ruled Clay's case should be will he use now to claim an ti
Negro officer to be,elected in Chicago, a son, Kelsey resid- returned to a lower federal exemption from the draft as a ;
an all white full service com- ing in Miami and Is a Juniorat court to check for, possible conscientious objector? + ,
mercial bank in the,State of Florida Atlantic 1 University wire tapping Infractions. We wonder. ,',
Florida, if not In the Southeast. and another son,. Herman
Dorsett whose doctorate degree -

Is from Imminent.Mr. Columbia. University Kershaw's Remarks Riles

is as fir' Dorsett Is 48 years of \ 0. I ::1
age, graduated from BookerT. i Welfare Mothers
Washington High School and j 14T A ny.II J
shortly thereafter became associated II ,f
tfiami welfare mothers Just
with Mr. Usina at the I 1} ,
back from the Poor People'sMarcb
Florida National Bank and I M1k1
in Tallahasseeare madas
Trust Company of Miami. wet hens about a remark )\
He is a member of; Boardof I LP attributed to the state's first Ir
Trustees, Christian Hospital black legislator.State .
Board of Trust,Church I Legislator Joe Ker-
of the Open Door, Economic
shaw of Miami was quotedas
Enterprise, Inc. (Investment saying he feels that the
Group), YMCA (Carver j media gives too much atten- :
Branch), Urban League of tion to marches,. and if less
n __ '_'___0___ .__ Greater Miami, Masonic New I attention was given them, may-
DORSETTIn Light Lodge No. 504 and + 1.k
Brownsvllge Improvement ,
becoming an officer of Association.
the Peoples National Group,
Mr. Dorsett retains his dutiesas I i
a personal secretary to the MOTHER BACKS CAR '
chairman of the board, Mr. .k ---
OVER BABY DAUGHTER REP. JOE KERSHAW ;
Usina. He also retains his position .
as manager of the automotive A fatal accident occurred 3 I ...Riles Mothers .. ('
equipment of the five a driveway at 20545 NW 33rd j; be some of the people would (
banks Including the purchaseand Ct. in Carol City where Mrs. I go to work. "
of He is experienced Loretta Brown had driven to '
selling same. '
Mrs. Gladys
Taylor
These twin Easter bunnies were a big hit Sun- representing -
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in the work of the leave her threeyearolddaughter the Dade ,
County
savings department and ,any Lynn Ann, with 'I day in the Twins Easter Parade down Biscayne Welfare Rights Movement, ' <
spare time he has is devotedto friends. ,I Boulevard I and at the fashion show at Bayfront called Rep. ,Kershaw's re- (
business development! in The child had left the car, |I Park Bandshell l Sunday. They are Tedra and Todra marks "outrageous." She was

which field he has done a fine officers said, but apparently .'Anderson, daughters of Mr. and Mrs. Herman Anderson not quite pleased with the re-
Job.Mr. ran back toward the auto as 14821 Jackson Street Richmond Heights. ception the marcheers got in \
,
., Dorsett and his wife, her mother backed out of the
Lillie, reside in their home at drivewav. 'J Miami-Metro photo. MRS: GLADYS TAYLOR (Continued on page 3)) :: ; ,
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2 THE MIAMI TIMES Friday, April 11, 1969,


Summer Job Program I "Will You Be Miss Pennyrich?" 1


Winners of the regional ',, t :l .'''.
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"Miss Pennyrich South" : f it: }(
Gets Underway beauty contest to be held May ..' 1
12 at the Americana Hotel are ,
It "
The National Alliance of resources to assist in the program Board of Public Instruction, going, to be up against some "

Businessmen program to get The United Fund, he Florida State EmploymentS mighty comely competitionwhen
of
finals
the
for
job commitments 'both per- said had volunteered to set e r v I c a, and other institu it's time '
a structure to contact the tions. the 'nationwide "Miss Penny-
manent and for the summer for up
in-school youth, kicked 'off business in Dade County The' The task of matching the rich USA" search thiS sum-
last week in Miami, The Me- Advertising Club of Greater' person to the job falls to the 'mer. ,"
tro director for the program, Miami has taken this on as Florida State Employment Here's a previous winner,
Lester Freeman, executive their yearly community service Service, Freeman stated. dimpled, 23-year-old Ann i<,
director for the Greater project, created an ad Various training programsare Morgan, a Houston secretary.
'Miami' Chamber of Com- program and received com- available for the businessman Ann is shown following her
merce, announced the begin- mitments from the media for 'in this year's program, recent win in the Miss Penny- a a F751
contest in
ing of the program where be free space to draw attentionto including one where the rich Southwest"
explained that volunteer the businessmen that we government picks up the extraordinary Dallas being congratulated by
workers from industry, wouldbe want their job commitments. cost of training Penny Rich (left International), president of of
calling on businessmen'in' Freeman said i there are through a contract with the Pennyrich
several Department of Labor.A Dallas, Inc, sponsors of the }
the area to get Job commit- community organiza-
Vir-
and TV's
ments from them. tions which will be out to find goal for the NBA pro- competition,
Freeman pointed out how the people to fill the job com- gram has not ,been set this ginia Graham. ,
well the program had been mitments that they received. year. Freeman commentedthat Virginia and Penny, plus < ,y
Frankie Laine and actor -
coordinated this year with the These groups include the Ur- "we realize the problem singer
will all be
involvements of the Greater ban League, Concentrated exists and we are going to Jerry Dexter.. ,
Miami Coalition who had pulled Employment program EON, tackle it with the hope of tak- seen in per son together with w yf RiA'

together: many community United Black Federation, ing care of it." alists the 15 for beautiful this region contest.. at fin-the

/ Americana show, part of the .
Pennyrich Cavalcade of entertainment '--'- ----

Judge Fulton ReversedIn events being pre- event, which will include din- SUNDAY APRIL 20
sented this spring in leading ner, show and beauty contestare
cities of the USA and Canada. available by simply send- is
Open to unmarried girls between ing your name and address to
the ages of 21 and 28, Pennyrich, PO Box 4695, Mi- O.I.C.SUNDAY
South Dade Trailer SuitThe
applications may be obtained ami, 33101. Winners of weekly Give a donation whena
from local Pennyrich consul- drawings will be announced on solicitor
U.S, Fifth Circuit Courtof eral Judge Charles Fulton, vices attorneys did not prove tants or by contacting radio WIOD followed by mail notification contacts
Appeals at New Orleans has who now must rehear the case that their clients had been station WIOD. Tickets to the youMoney
ruled that the 1964 Civil because the New Orleans court turned down at South Dade
Rights Act,banning racial bias reversed his decision. parks because they were
at public accommodations,ex- When he heard the suit,Ful- black.
tends to trailer parks that rent ton did not get to a point wherehe Now, at rehearing, the bur- .
spaces to transients. had to decide whether the den of proof will not be with
seven trailer parks were the plaintiffs.
The ruling of the New Or-
bounded by the anti-bias pro- Operators of the seven
leans
court,which is binding in
vision of the public accommo- parks must show that they
Florida Texas Alabama
,
dations act. didn't reject Negroes becauseof
Mississippi and Louisiana, The dismissal came whenhe color, but because rental
unless reversed by the U. S. ruled that Miami Legal Ser- spaces were not available. Talks !
Supreme Court on appeal, is ..
the outgrowth of a civil rights
suit against seven South Dade

trailer parks $5 Down A ;

Legal Services attorneys "
Bruce Rogow and Blair Shick '
filed the suit in April 1967, 'On'
charging that two Dade Ne-
groes, Moses Dean and WillieJ. tt _
Matthews, were barred
from South Dade mobile-
homes parks.

The attorneys made their 211
suit a class action_ a position '
that Fulton, refused to
sustain. \
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Rogow and Shick said their &, \
clients had to put their trailers ; ,) ..... 4A
on residential property, I FOR MUSIC LOVERS 60 INCHES t'iIDEITV's '

thus breaking the law to keepa
roof over their heads.County STEREOS
and city zoning laws ban trail
ers on residential lots. 8 SPEAKERS
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The court for the first time &, FURNITURE ;
defined trailer parks that deal
with persons moving in Interstate -
commerce as a subject -
'covered by the public accommodations 379-0900
provision of
the 1964 act. PHONE BETWEEN 7 a.m. & 10 p.m.

Sundays Included
While not a rule of law In : b,:' ,,. ..,,,., .
other federal districts the rul- F&M -TV
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federal district judges,hear When the talk
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THE MIAMI TIMES. Friday, April 11, 1969 3

HEAD QUITS .. Two Beach Employees Honored For Stopping MuggingsTwo


Nixon Charged employees of the cityof assistance, managing to drive wire fence' to go to the vic- men, who are willing to put
Miami Beach public works the attackers off. Several tim's aid. The motorist drove humanity before personal re-
department were honored by other persons in the area off without giving. any help. gard," the city maager stat-
the city Monday in recognition watched but did nothing help. DeHoff scared off the two
With CondoningBias their on-the-spotas- The victim was injured but did attackers after they had 78- ed.Mayor Dermer, in presenting -
sistance In helping victims of not lose anything to the attack- year-old Albert Soebig of each man a key to the City,
crimes in Miami recently. ers; North Miami down on the said such acts by city employees -.
DeHoff, who has 21 years of ground. The victim was carry- to help those in peril
Johnnie Knight, 43,and John service with Miami Beach, ing approximately $200 whichwas emphasize the success of the
deHoff, 48,both waste disposal was driving a city truck northon saved. city's program to get and keep
President Richard Nixon the NAACP suit in Wash- foreman drivers for the city, 1-95 March 6 at 10:20 a.m. The Miami Police Depart- high caliber employees.
was blasted Wednesday by the ington charged that $9.4 were cited for their braveryand when he spotted two young ment issued certificates of appreciation Public Works Director John
I chairman of the Employment million in defense contractswere willingness to get involved males moving up from behindon to both Knight and Bergacker praised his men
Opportunities Commission for let to three Southern in a fellow human being's an elderly man walking on DeHoff for their acts. for their involvement. "It has
not enforcing equal job oppor- textile companies without plight. Each man was given a NE Sixth Avenue adjacent to City Manager J. C. Duffield become all too common for us
tunities laws.ClUford first getting proper assurance key to the city and a $100 U.S. the expressway. DeHoff stopped presented each man a $100U. to see a wrong being done and
that the firms would comply Savings Bond. his truck on the side of the S. Savings bond as a token to look the other way. These
with laws requiring, fair job road, hailed a passing motor- of the city's appreciation."We men are to be commended for
treatment of Negroes.The Knight, a veteran of 12 years ist to ask him to summon help are very pr oud to have em- their actions," Bergacker
companies under attack service with the city, steppedinto and then jumped a four-foot, ployees of the caliber of these stated.w..tlll".nt'D1f.'llltfl'l".

are Dan Rive Mills Inc., J.P. a mugging situation in Mi- & ,. U .__ __,_..........................,-.......-............--_ "
Stevens & Co., and.Burlington ami recently as he emerged ,j
Industries. from a store on the corner of
Shultz was named in the NW First Avenue and 14th St. s<
NAACP suit because the Labor
0 Knight saw two men beatingup
Department is responsible for a third man, George Giffenof
seeing that regulations apply- Miami. He ran to Giffen's
ing to job discrimination are

enforced. KERSHAV/'S/ REMARKS s
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RILES WELFARE



(Continued MOTHERS from page 1) 1 t : t > ;

Alexander Jr., 39,
the state capitol. Mrs. Taylor
who has headed the com- e
said they were treated like
mission for not enforcingequal
animals.
job opportunity! laws
Clifford Alexander Jr., 39 1> t x rsu
She was particularly annoy-
mission for two years, de- '
ed when local police detained'the
nounced the Nixon administration -
25 member group invitedto I
attitude toward enforce- ;
the session Senate President I
by
ment of Title 7 of the 1964 \
John Mathews for 45
Civil Rights Act.
minutes before letting them
Alexander resigned on the '
into the building. Mrs. *
Taylor
heels of the Justice Depart
thought the local police t
were
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ment's first job discrimination to disorder --...- -.-.... _
suit, charging a Southern Miami Resident trying provoke
textile firm with violating among the group. Miami Beach Mayor Jay Dermer Monday presented city employes Johnnie

federal regulations. Completes Drug Knight (center)and John DeHoff (right) keys to the city in recognition of their

Alexander came under fire The 500 marchers, men and efforts to assist two Miami men recently who were being attacked by criminals.
last month from Senate Republican ; CourseNEW women, black and white, assembled -
Leader Everett Training at Bethel Baptist The' city also gaveeach man a $100 U. S. Savings bond. The Miami Police

Dirksen, who said the EOC YORK-John Andrew Church and marched to the Department gave each man a citation of merit for their actions. ,

chief had harassed firms. Smith, a professional sales capitol., ..... ... .'.. s
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have
Dirksen had threatened to representative of Pfizer Lab' '; .oJ' <

Alexander fired for"vigorous oratories, a division of Chas.

enforcement" of equal job Pfizer &Co.,Inc.,a 120yearold -' Separate delegations met FOR THE FINEST HOUSING ACCOMMODATIONSAT
opportunities and the White pharmaceutical and with House Speaker Fred
House had announced he wouldbe chemical manufacturer, re- Schultz and Senate President MODERATE MATESCALLBONDED
replaced. cently attended a two-week John Mathews where they of-
Attorney General John company training session in fered proposals for welfare
Mitchell filed a discrimination New York City. Mr.Smith will legislation.Five 4 I
suit Tuesday against Can be contacting physicians,
'
non Mills Co., operator of 16 pharmacists and other pro- '/
factories in North and South fessional medical groups in welfare mothers were RENTAL ,M.
Carolina. the Miami district.Mr. left in Tallahassee to lobby .

At the same time the NAACP Smith, who joined for the organization. Dade t I
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Legal Defense Fund filed Pfizer in July 1968, attended county mothers on the lobby- -- I ".... ., --. _
charges against Defense Sec- Xavier University. He and his ing team are Mrs. Marie Har- AGENCY
retary Melvin R. Laird, Sec- wife, Dianne,have three child- ris, Mrs. Mary Lee Pope and .
retary of Labor George P. ren, Jonathan,Maria,and Jen Mrs. Homilee Hunter. Mrs. .J
Shultz and Deputy Secretary of nifer. They live at 4322 NW Taylor will join them this \INCm .
Defense David R. Packard. 11th Ct., Miami. weekend. p .


o THE LARGEST PRIVATE HOUSING RENTAL AND!

MANAGEMENT< AGENCYIN THESOUTHOPERATINGIN

DADE AND BROWARD COUNTIES


A fleet of' cars and collectors give door to door service for, j
tenants convenience

community recreation center for teenagers and adults "rent
free," furnished and air ccS)%ditioned for our comfort and enjoyment.

-' r : A public relations deportment to assist you with your problems.
r ec&4
Tenants concern will stop vandalism and reduc.thecostof housing. ,

rJ RENTS ARE DUE IN ADVANCE }I


+ WE SUGGEST THAT YOU PAY AT OFFICE, IN PERSON OR BY MAIL

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4150 NW 7th Avenue, 759-8733 h

14255 NW 22nd Avenue, Opa-locka MU 8-0617;

20848 South Dixie Hwy., Cutler RidgeCE 5-3553

605 NW 7th Terrace, Ft. Lauderdale JA 4.3357
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s 3801 Grand Avenue, Grove HI 5-1381

512 NW 1st Ave., HoMandole WA 7-2434

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339 Hammondvi lie Rd., Pompano WI| 3-2434
Miamians observed the anniversary of Dr. Martin Luther King's death

last Friday with a march from Manor Park to Mt. Tabor Baptist Church wherea ..
HON. L. L. BROOKS, President
memorial program was held. Participants on the program are shown above:
Bernard Dyer, executive director of the Liberty City Community Council(;Hul- GEORGE HARM, General Manager '
CHARLES A. LOCKHART Public Relations Director
bert James, National Welfare Rights Organization; Mrs. Gladys Taylor, pre ,

sident, Dade Welfare Rights Movement; Attorney John Due, EOPI Legal Ser-

vices; AI Featherston, ,Center for Dialogue; and James Chatmon, SCLC, at . If I am to enjoy o better life, others must live better too-" L. L. BrooksEOC

the lectern. Johnson of Miami photo.



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4 THE MIAMI TIMES, Friday, April 11, 1969
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Time To Speak Out Against Crime



NEGRO LEADERS HAVE ---

THE RESPONSIBILITY jJ .'
Office: 6530 NW 15th Ave., Miami, Flo. 33147-Phonei 691-042'
SPEAK OUT AGAINST THE
H. E. SICISMUND REEVES, .Editor and Publisher INCREASED CRIMINAL L..
GARTH C. REEVES, Managing Editor
STANLEY I. ,WE'!TING, Theatrical Editor ACTIVITIES NEGRO '

National Advertising Representative YDUTH ON THE ONE HAND .. ,,,

.,. o Amalgamated 'Publishers, 1 Inc. ,,,, : AND v0NN TAKING THE f
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Member of the National Newspaper Publishers Association
2400 S. Michigan Avenue, Chicago, III. 60616 MOTE PROGRAMS WHICH

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Entered as Second Class Matter, August 9, 1927 at the Pos' ON THE OTHER:
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"CREDO OF THE NEGRO PRESS" MP'k
The NEGRO PRESS believes that America can best lead
the world front racial and national when "ft* '
antagonism it accords : : "
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to every man regardlessof his creed or color his human ,, ,
and legal rights. Hating no race/ no man.-the Negro
Press strives to help every man In the firm belief that all/ men
are hurt as long as anyone is held bock
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Metro Commission Could Wreck


Dade's Anti-Poverty EffortsThis '
,, SOCIETY PREPARES

Is an appeal to reason,to the reason of the Metro Com- 'i' '' THE.CRIHETHE CRIMINAL
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missioners and to those citizens who are concerned with con- COMMI T&I T'
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tinuing Dade's war on poverty in ,the most effective way., 'AL"6RI'
An appeal is needed at this moment In the attack on pov- r : '7' _I !
erty.The Metros Commission Is but one step a way from emas- s 1 : "AJI I

culating the present Miami EOPI structure to the extent of *

where its future effectiveness will be seriously hampered, if

not wrecked altogether.This .
need not, and must not be permitted happen. If rea- .
son does not prevail, not only will the presently smoothly :

functioning EOPI be crippled, but the Commissioners will

have, perhaps unwittingly, widened the gap between ethnic
groups and set back the cause of. racial harmony to an untold
extent.
We have no reason to guess at the Commissioners' mo- I Peoples/ Group Take The lead
tives in passing on first reading an ordinance for taking over

EOPI. It has the option of so doing, or selecting one of several :To Be Equal Elsewhere in this paper there is an article indicating the
alternatives under the so-called Green Amendment to the Eco progress of one of our well-known leaders inbeing elected to

nomic Opportunity Act of 1967 wEy an official position in the Peoples Group of National Banks.

But the proposed ordinance disclosed in its structure and by Whitney M. Young Jr. This group of banks was established in North Dade County in
the manner of Its inception, an appalling lack of knowledge 1950 and from its inception catered to and rendered servicesto

about the undercurrents In the black community,the cycle after Executive Director National U'rban Leapt the individual of moderate means. This so nearlyparallels

cycle of generations of the poor that binds the disadvantaged, the policy of this paper that we were attracted to the manage-

..and the goals of EOPI in opening avenues of opportunity for ment of Peoples National Group and we are interested in learn-

them to help themselves. Cities Must Rate Top PriorityMark ing that in December of 1967 they applied for a charter for
In an attempt to keep this discussion on the level of reason, another bank that would be located in NWHialeahJSome months

we used the phrase, lack of knowledge advisedly Perhaps the after filing this charter, it was withdrawn and reflied with the
harsher term of "ignorance" would be closer to the facts. Twain used to say that everyone talks about the Comptroller of the Currency in Washington in December 19W.
weather but no one d'-es anything about It. I feel the
same
ordinance will be determinedafter way
The fate of Metro's proposed
Since toe Usina group filed their application for a charter,
15. There is but scant time in about the urban crisis. Everyone agrees that urban tensions
a public hearing on April various articles in the indicate that four or five other
press
have to be at the top of our list of national priorities but then
the and at the the ,
intervening days hearing acquaint Com- have made located in the
groups application for banks to be
mission with the facts and to urge revision of the ordinanceor they put other issues ahead of It.
general area and while we feel kindly toward these various
For rye been for
its years calling a Domestic Marshall plan
outright rejection. who are to invest their in Dade County
willing
Consider afewofthe outstanding discrepancies and faultsin for the cities, to do for our own urban areas what we did for groups money ,
this newspaper would like to see the office of the Comptrollerof
the Metro proposal: war-devastated Europe. Instead, we now have a Domestic Missile the Currency in Washington give favorable consideration
Item .- The County Manager's statement that the ordinance Plan, as the go-ahead has been recommended by the new the
application for the Hialeah Peoples National Bank because
represented the joint efforts 'of EOPI and his staff Is con- administration for an expensive network of anti-ballistic missiles -
the Usina group have not only demonstrated sound managementbut
trary to the facts. EOPI had only a small gesture toward that scientists. doubt will be of any use in the event of all-
more to the point, as far as this paper is concerned, they
out
making its views known. war.
operate in a way that is of value to the low income groups.
Item -- No definite powers are spelled out in the ordinancefor The first year of a Domestic Marshall plan would cost about
For example we understand that have done of the
the proposed Community Action Board. This leaves the $10 billion "We don't have that kind of money," say the de- they some
recent financing for Florida Memorial In both the cate-
possibility that the Board would have no powers,but be shelved cision makers. But the missile project will cost at least $6 CoUege
gory of student loans and in the acquisition of mobile dormi-
to an advisory capacity. billion (probably much more by the time It's built) but that tories.
Item '-- Appointment of the Community Action Director money was found.

would be made by the County Manager,subject the approvalof Several million people are out of work or are working part-
the Commissioners. The Manager would have the power to time because they can't get full-time Jobs. Millions more are
lion-dollar Can it continue to claim inability
suspend or dismiss the Director, who would only have the authority working full-time for below-poverty wages.The answer to this economy. really
to provide Jobs schools and homes for all? As a nation we
,
.to appoint, suspend or dismiss senior administrative problem lies in income, maintenance programs and massiveJob
'' spend a smaller of national wealth socially
on
personnel with the approval of the county manager. creation Instead, we are told that the economy is "over- proportion our
Item -- The proposed appointment of the Community Action heated" and showing signs of too much prosperity and is in beneficial areas than any other industrial country in the world.

Director by the County Manager is against office of Economic need of "cooling-down." All the cries of lack of revenues and economic problems

Opportunity regulations. "Cooling-down" means driving the unemployment rate higher haven't prevented us from carrying on a $30-billlon-a-year
There are other equally glaring discrepancies.: But we have and cutting back on domestic spending.This I mean more Asian war, a multi-billion dollar space program,. and a $70
cited enough to show that if the ordinance is passed, and un- hardship for those who can least afford it. "Too bad," say billion-plus defense program.It's .
less it is radically amended later, the responsibility and pow- the experts, "but Inflation is a greater danger,"
ers needed for the successful functioning of EOPI will pass Is it? To whom, ? It's fine well-paid economists to worry T time to put our money,where our verbal concerns are
from the hands of those persons best fitted to run it. about the inflation rate, but the working man and the poor are and launch a' top-priority program to put the cities back on

'The voices of the poor' whose i wants must be understoodand more concerned about the unemployment rate.they're drawing their feet.

known, and who must become Involved in deciding their paychecks, they can cope with rising prices, but withouta
own destinies, if EOPI is to achieve, will be lost In the lofty decent income, even low priced items are beyond reach.

reaches of the courthouse. Let's not forget that when we had really low prices, we also.
There'can be significant gains in the attack on poverty and had a Depression and a fourth of all workers were unemploy- Get The Miami Times
the evils it spawns. They can be made only if the frontline
ed.Cutbacks
fighters have the necessary flexibility to meet the fluid conditions in hiring and layoffs affect newly hired workers

of the war. This is not possible under.the Metro pro- first. In the past year or so we've seen a good deal of concern By Mail

posal.As. among businessmen, and many have made a special effort to
pointed out previously, Metro has the choice of several recruit what are unfortunately called "toe hard-core unem-
alternatives. We earlier recommended and still urge adoption ployed." These are people who were frozen out of the sys- Every Week For $5.00

of the plan for Metro' to assume only nominal control of EOPI tem because of discrimination or lack of skills. After great ,

and leave the present organization functioning. as it is doing at. effort at,hiring and training them, are they now to be thrown j r-------------------------i,
present., back Into the streets because of short-sighted economic policies 'j SUBSCRIPTION ORDER
It is ironic to note, also, that it is not mandatory for Metroto ? '
Warn
take over Miami EOPI, a commonly held misconception. It is immoral for well-paid economists, officials,andbank- ; Times

Nation-wide, only 26 local governments expressed wish ers to recommend letting the poor pay for the price stability 6530 NW 15th Avenue

to change their existing Community Action Agencies, which that benefits the well-off. Miami, Florida 331-17

they have the option of doing. That is only a fraction over two With economic belt-tightening comes high Interest rates, 1I

consider currently near their historic highs. This means that there is $5.00to
Ehclosed'please find of
less money available for mortgages andhouslngconstruction, the sum;

I EOPI is clearly at the crossroads.The road chosen by Metro Federal studies show that we need to build at least 600,000 cover jhe cost of a one year subscription

can only lead'to crippling the program, perhaps destroyingIts housing units a year for low-income families and nearly 2 1 to the Miami Times. ;:i 1
effectiveness. million a year for the growing middle-class Current
con- .. ....
Again, In light of the facts, we appeal to your reason, Mr. struction rates don't begin to approach those figures with''I '
Commissioners. The stakes are high, not only in human val- high interest rates drying up the money sources for housing investment Moll Paper To 1

ues, but in terms of community,betterment. We urge you to current policy dooms us to continued housing short Address _____ 1
reject the proposed ordinance, and start a new with the full ages. This especially hurts the poor and the slum dwellerswho
partnership ,of those persons now most deeply concerned and have less of a chance for a decent home. 1 City State, .! Zip Code. .___

involved. America is rapidly approaching the point where it is a tril- L---_____________



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THE MIAMI TIMES Friday, Aprif 11/1969 5
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LEON J. ELLI : ,
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quote Bayard Rustin In his article on the Impending fourthof ,
April scheduled March in Memphis in the re-dedication of rt
Dr. King's principles."For .
those of us who will be at the Memphis march and for
those of us who will not, I think it Is imporant that on Good
Friday we all participate in this ceremony of rededication. The
principles of democracy integration are being challenged kfj rrf r rs \ (,N'
from many quarters by individuals who question their rele-
vance to the Negro' struggle and urge their abandonment for
new emphases and new approach. I can think of nothing more
detrimental to the Negro cause or more in violation of the
memory of Martin Luther King. For Dr. 'King was not only
profoundly committed to the goal of equality but also to the
principles governing the means by which it would be achieved.
And he knew that if black people forsake these principles,
they will ultimately destroy the possibility for their liberation.
It has been often said and believed that hate is more harm-
ful to the hater than to the object of his hate, and from my
contact with black people, workers, educators and spiritual
leaders, Hind that more than 95%of them are ambitious, real-
istic and peaceful but, nevertheless, determined to emanci- \
pate themselves from a condition of (servitude that they! have
been sub feet to in the UnitedStates,for the past 200 years. The
Informed black people are aware that they were exploited
through the ages everywhere, either by white or their own
black people. The dawn of emancipation is here,and that
dawn would not have been possible,without the help of the lib-
eral white, which Includes the Jews in the United States. The t
help they received from the Jews was more specifically re- :
ferred to by this writer in a previous column. . --
The writer takes second place to none in his sincerity in I
the struggle for liberation and were I a black man -
(1) I would urge that black power be used to open the doorsto Northwestern High $960,142 Addition
the skilled trade unions to the black people
(2)) I would use black power to force the abandonment of

discrimination. against black people in professional associations Ready In SeptemberA

(3) I would use black power to attain better and more up-to- -
date schools for the children new major addition ''to will c o n t a 1 n resource, stor- board of Lemuel Ramos, with version to a modern, stream-
(4) I would use black power to make it possible for Negro Miami Northwestern Senior age, preparation and science Apgar and Markham as contractor lined elementary school, providing \
young people to become proficient and qualified schoolteachers High School, part of an ex- projects rooms; conferences Sam Cohen is principal facilities for Head- I
and the emphasis should be on qualifications. tensive master plan, is sched- ce, teacher work areas and of the school, located at start and Kindergarten, 'as :
((5) I would use black power to obtain good trade schools for uled to open in September an Instructional classroomfor 7007 N.W. 12th Avenue. well as grades 15. .i(
those youngsters 'who do not wish to go into a profession, so The $960,142 addition will 100 students; Financing, of remainder of
that they can become electricians, plumbers, mechanical en- house seven science labora- The second floor will fea- the master plan for North- \
gineers, carpenters and masons, trades which pay well and' tories and library facilities in ture a main reading room sur- western is included in a pro- DIVERSIFIEDPUBLIC
from which the black people have been excluded. a two-story building now under rounded by one small and two posed state bond issue. SERVICE
I sincerely believe that the greatest cause for the black construction immediately large conference rooms; Also slated for attention
man's plight was economic and the greatest culprits were the of the existing library in wing assignment, storage and work when the state bonds are'sold ANDNOTARY
skilled trade unions that excluded them from membership, one, reports Fred Kline, the rooms; curriculum,teachers'and are plans revolving around PUBLIC
and thus forced them to remain shoe shiners, dishwashers, school system's assistant librarians' offices. Dorsey Junior High which :
porters, cooks and common laborers, employment which gave superintendent for physical Television facilities to would be replaced by a mo- STANLEY SWEETING
them the lowest income of the working class in this country. plant. serve the' new addition are dern new'' "middle school", Public Relations ,!,
,Give;i men a better income! and they will>, seek, etter living- When the project is com4 provided, in an audio-visual housing grades.Construction , !\
quarters and better living quarters will give their childrena plate Northwestern will have studio occupying a separate of,the new middle school. Consultant \
better environment,and the possibility of parental discipline. one of ,the most outstanding one-story building near the Is Included In the projects submitted Theatrical! Editor '
congested and low standard living quarters have kept the high school plants in the east end of the old library for financing throughthe The Miami Times
black children on the streets, instead of,in their homes with country" observed Dr. Jeff located in building one, Dr. state" bond issue. NA 1.7203
parental care and guidance. West, superintendent of the' West explained. These facilities Not a part of the bond Issue
North Central district. include control room but in phase with these 16351 NW 18th Place
Again, I must emphasize that the above thesis is but one projects
man's opinion and not advice. In addition to the seven storage room, preview room the existing i Dorsey Bunche Park
The next column will deal 'with the history of cultures and science labs, separated by and tape room. Junior would be budgeted for Opa-locka, Florida
civilization as it pertains to the black people.' flexible walls, the first floor Plans are from the drawing complete renovation and con-
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I PHIL OSSOFERLet's i Why Not Have

do some spiritual "Riches profit not in the day of ..4N 9r
bookkeeping. We'll analyze the wrath, but righteousness de- : ,':
books ,and find out why the livereth from death."(Psalms
world is in its present shape 11:4): "
. spiritually flat . and The Day of the Lord, whichis \'
why our moral checks are be- at hand, is the Day in which I
ing returned marked NSF . He balances His books. . ,
,No Spiritual Funds. And,the books were opened:
/ Delivered Your
Let's start out with our bal- and another book was opened, i \ to Home
ance sheet,showing our assets which is the book of life; and I ,
and liabilities. On the asset the dead were Judged 'out of
side are those spiritual qualities those things which were writ- i k '. ,BY' MAIL
latent within us. Our ten in the books, according to '
greatest potential, these their works." (Rev. 20:12): ).
qualities are deterioratingfrom The time is short until we I
lack of use, throwing us will be called to account for I ti7 EVERY: FRIDAY
off balance towards gross materialism the increase in the talents He' ,
has given us. In the little time I
On the liability side is the left, let us hasten to improve MORNING ,
injustice with which we have our'works, that we may show a i
degraded our fellowmen because spiritual profit, transformingour I
of their skin color spiritually flat world intoa i
When we pay this debt through spiritually fat world, meetto 1
equality, we will be out of the receive the heavenly Kingdom hllL '
red and in the black,financially : on earth. j Less than 10
and spiritually. This debt Is I
per copy
the "mortgage" that White BASKETBALL TEAM
America has inherited from I

previous generations, and With the cooperation of 1 .I'w.............II......II............. ......11.11....................... ........:
must now be paid off. more than 15,000 South Florida -
Now for our biggest Job; sports fans, WFUN-Radio ( ) 1 YEAR -$5.00
preparing our Prophet and has selected the high school, Mail to 6740 NW IS* Avenue, Miami, Flo. 33147
.Joss statement. We are at a basketball team of the decade,. Fill In -
loss because 'we do not heed The WFUN High School Basketball NAME
our Prophets' wonderful advice Team of the decade,as '
to balance the books with ,voted by WFUN's listening and "
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love and unity. business,we public, Includes: Cyril Bap- ,
listen to our accountants, who tiste of Curley; Neal Walk of ADDRESS ." ",nAY"
direct us towards greater pro- Beach High; Howard Dale of Mail.
fits materially., It Is the re- Coral Gables; Jeff Grate of t
verse In our spiritual enter- Norland; Johnny Gay of :
D
prises. We Ignore our CPAs, Curley; Jim McKlrchy of Columbus TO S CITY :, STATE ZIP. CODe _ __ ,

those Consecrated Prophetic ; Vernon Taylor of Check ( ) Monty. Od.r ( ) for $.. .1* .nclotcd.IIIIIMMIIM =.
Advisors sent by God to guideus Blanche Ely; and Joe Mirandaof ,.fMllfIIIM.*ll.IIMMlflllltMlllllMMltIIIIIIIIMMII ..
to eternal,spiritual wealth. North Miami.

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6 THE MIAMI TIMES, Friday, April 11, 1969 ,.
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'>1, \ < I V. Taylor
t II Mrs. Allene
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Mrs. Allen V. Taylor,
founder and past Basileus of
.BY CLARICE LITTLES Chapterof
Delta Sigma
Gamma
Miami Times Society Editor
Sigma Gamma Rho ,Sorority

Everyone's talking about the fabulous fashion and hair style was happily andjsincere-
show staged by Patricia's Inc and Mr. Walters on Sunday at 4 1 y honored as their outstanding ,
the Continental Club. soror for the year 1969. t

Returning to Miami after an extended vacation (8 months) With an outstanding educa- -" /... .',
in New York, Mrs. Elizabeth Carey shares her experiences tional background, a dedica- fb ''',), 1
with daughter, Gwendolyn Davis as she recalls activities provided s .a tion to mankind with emphasison
for her by daughter, Irma and her husband, Samuel Arm youth, a burning zeal for
strong. service, unlimited vim and vitality -

Edna DeVeaux Jetted to Tampa where she attended the funeral forwork, she has serv- :
of a very dear friend, Venda Rei Hewitt, who was fun- ed diligently and effectively
eralized on Tuesday morning. during the entire life of her f )

Journeying to Gadsden, Alabama for Easter vacation with chapter. She also exhibits
their family were George Littlefield and son, George Jr. these qualities in her Identity
A Pre-Easter holiday trip to Orlando to visit her mother, with various civic, religious,
Mrs. Blandean Guinyard was the reason for the James (Hazel) and social institutions of the
Matthews absence from the scene. I' .. community.Mrs. Ing and appreciation of all people -
Blanche Dean entertained friends for her houseguest, Mable Taylor is an effective is a most valuable asset.
Haile, Detroit with a bridge-luncheon on Wednesday. Ladies leader and a dedicated follower Mrs. Taylor is a member of
enjoying the afternoon were Annie Bell Ward, Leola Murrell, Ii: ''' in all of her affiliations.She Ebenezer Methodist Church
Sarah Pullom, Bessie Slater, Hazel Wright, Henrietta Lind- .,#..i, volunteers, and serves to and the wife of Mr. J. R.Tay-

sey, Lurelle Julius, Mattie Barkley, Ova Killens,and Flossie ., /t\: .: ',, the accomplishment of any lor, pioneer citizen and busi-
'
Gibson. Prize winners were Ova Killens, Sarah Pullom, ,)< I J goal. Her depth of understand- nessman.
Bessie Slater and Henrietta Llndsey. I'" ':\

Houseguesting with Dr. and Mrs. Nathaniel Colston are her ENGAGEMENT THANK YOU
niece and her husband, Dr. and Mrs. Delford Williams, De- ANNOUNCED
ENGAGEMENT
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troit, who are spending a week in Miami. And three children, Miss Lavender is a 1965graduate Rev. Alexander Allen acknowledge -
Delford Jr. and Donna. Mrs. Ella Lavender of 2045 Mr. and Mrs. Grover Ash- with grateful appreciation
NW 71st St. the of Miami Northwestern Jr. of 10741 SW 148th St.
announce en- ley all acts kindness
Down from Southhampton, N.Y. for the spring vacation were School and will
gagement of her daughter,De- Sr. High Miami, announce the engage- shown him while a patient at
Mr. and Mrs. Herman Schwecke, Sr. to visit their son and
Institute's
and ,lores to Mr. Tommy Leonard, graduate from Tuskegee ment of their daughter, Linda, Christian Hospital. Your
daughter-in-law, Herman Jr. Hannah.Carolyn .
Dianne Barr and Willie Albert Smith were married 'Jr. son of Mr. and Mrs School of Nursing,Tus-in to Mr. James Harris Jr., son prayers, cards, visits and
Tommy Leonard, Sr.of Columbus kegee Institute, Alabama of Mr.and Mrs. J. D.Harris of to
flowers
help
Saturday in St. Peter's American Orthodox Church.The bride, August. She is a soror of Chi bring I me a
daughter of Mr. and Mrs Charles Barr,1680 NW 68th Street. Georgia. Eta Phi Sorority, Inc., a professional Naranja, Fla. is for speedy recovery.
The bridegroom, son of Mr. and Mrs.Herbert Smith, Nassau, nursing sorority. The wedding planned Special thanks to Dr.A. Ed-
Bahamas. After a wedding trip to Jamaica,the- couple will live Mr. Leonard will graduate sometime in June.THANK wards staff at Christian Hos-
in Nassau. pital, Rev. James W. Hendon
from T Institute'sCollege
u s keg e e
Miami Branch, American Association of University Women of Arts and Sciences YOU and Ruby Cleare.
presents the last in its "Seeds of Culture" series at 10 a.m. May God continue to bless
in
with
a B.S. degree Biologyin
Saturday in the Florida Memorial College. Peggy Gimble, June. He will continue stu- L, Mrs. Pearlene Keels, all of you.
director at the will the would like to thank Mrs. A. J.
Merry-go-Round playhouse, speak on
dies at Medical College of Rev. Alexander Allen
Negro in the American Theatre. Excerpts from "A Raisin In Boskin of Nathan Young School
The Sun" will be presented. Donation for the event is. $1 for Georgia in Augusta, Ga. in and Mr. Richard Strachan of ............................
September. He's a member of
adults and 25$ for students. Central High School and i i
Alpha Phi Alpha Fraternity, GO TO CHURCH
Shelia MacRae, Thad Jones, Mel Lewis, Herbie Mann, Stan Inc. everyone else for everything.
Kenton and others will perform during the second annual All-, I will never forget your :. SUNDAY .:
The wedding date is set for
American Jazz Festival, April 12, at the Miami Marine August 23. kindness. .............................
Stadium. Proceeds go to the Children's Center, 155 NE 51st
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Street.
Attending the funeral of their aunt, Mrs. Olive Coleman

,Brown in Minden, Louisiana, were Mildred Marks, McVicar
Coleman- and Little Tia Smith. fl I Ittx
Toby's was the setting"for the party Mrs.Richard (Estelle)
Jackson hosted for her sister Mrs. Mabel J. Matthews who's Friend Dorothy Baker was
1 down from Decee for some fun in the sun. recently honored Zeta Aml-
Attention all graduates of North Carolina State College, cae of the year by Beta Tau
Durham, N. C. An organizational meeting of N. C.'s Alumni, Zeta Chapter of Zeta Phi Beta

Sunday, April 20 at Carver's Ranches Recreation Center, Sorority, Inc.
,2 p.m. Friend Baker has been an

Celestine Smith, Emily Cooper, and Marie Cooper spent active member of the Zeta
,their Easter vacation relaxing in the warm tropical sunshineof A micae for the past ten years
Nassau. and has rendered outstanding

Sgt. Daniel W. Mulliens #39 Disabled American Veterans service as both secretary and
Auxiliary will meet Thursday, April 10, at 8 p.m. Comrade president. She has also worked 9I
Littles,1291 NW 68th St. New members are always welcomed. very dllllgently with many
N. B. Coffee is needed in order that we may meet our quota other civic organizations in
(monthly) at our (V.A.) hospital.Mt. the Miami area. I :;.& -A a I II
Zion's Choir No. 1 sponsors its: annual Tea, Sunday at The next regular meeting of '
Bonded Collection Auditorium. Zeta Amicae will be on April I ifl I II

It was surprise. surprise,for Una DeVeaux on Saturday 14, at the home friend Mar- II I
evening when her mother (Enid) entertained friends at her gret Reynolds. THOUSANDS OF BETTER j
home. Friend Luvenia Knox is I I

president. Friends Annie Mae I DRESSES SUITS
Get well wishes to Mrs. Marie Black North Shore; Gilbert Ivey, Ruth N. Polite, Pauline COLLOTTES I

Fox, Mt. Sinai; J. C. (Jimmie) Chandler, Christian; Bennie Johnson and Marion Henry are I I
Cabell at home after a fall in her home 21 stitches in her sponsors. I Cottons Linens Dacron Jerseys h/
leg; Gwendolyn Davis at home, George Kilpatrick home. I
ee I
I
Thirteen travellers about the
are telling everyone delightful -
pre-easter Bunny Hop to Santo Domingo.Tour was spon- I At' Our One I
sored by North's Travel Bureau.Mr. .
I Values fo $16.99 Price 586Low I

Herman Twitty, Dean of students, St. Augustine's Col- .I EJ1
lege, Raleigh, N. C. spent the weekend inSanford, Ft. Lauder- I
dale and Miami. In Miami, he was the houseguest of the Al- U-KAIR Cash ref Exchanges I
bert (Ireta) Crosbys of Brownsville.Also visiting the Crosby'swas
Ireta's sister, Francina Martin, Sanford. I I II
EXTRA SPECIAL

Cyrus (Russ) Jollivette, a student at Long Island University
is home on spring vacation. But his sister, Regina Frazierhas I II
'
returned to Washington, D. C. RELIEF I OVER 3,000 DRESSES

Joyce Dunn, a sixth grader at Holy Redeemer,was awardeda r I
certificate of commendation from Metro Mayor Chuck Hall 'MONEY BAC I
recently. The award is based on the recipient's attitude toward I I

assistance to mankind, exemplary behavior and conscientious I 192 288 384I
ciJzenship. Joyce is the daughter of Mr. and Mrs. George f I

Dunn of Opa-locka. I I


Mr. Thomas Leid was awarded VAVS Certificate of Meritin Hull Of ,&.(J.nidVuffc. ..Jftijr'lJrtJffl. I I I
. recognition of 300 hours of volunteer service to Veterans tytlJf. > I
.. ;A4Jkfo I
through active participation in the Veterans Administration 1I Starts
voluntary service program. Congratulations! Mr.Leid represents lot tfi.jg.sfd.fr. ,.: VV/ i 1 Friday 9:30 a.m. I
the Episcopal Church of the Incarnation. A thftr "M. 45 W FLAGLER
I
Ernest Haf gett is now a newsman with the Miami Beach Re- 110 / I ,
90 MIRACLE MILE
porter. Temple Add II I 120 NE 1ST STREET ,

Mrs. Valencia J. Williams spent part of her Easter holidaysin I 585 NE 79TH ST ,
the Caribbean, visiting Nassau and Paradise Island. She I
was the houseguest of her daughter, Erica, and other relatives ::GRGWB* L. DRESSES 2800 NW 5TH AVE. ,

and friends. ... - -- 1350 NE 163RDST. .
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THE MIAMI TIMES Friday, April 11, 1969 7


High School Press WorkshopThis w ;4:' ,



Week.
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TALLAHASSEE The 19th statute but due to school being

; ::10 ;;. Annual Florida A&MUniversity closed for Good Friday could
;' ;';. '; ", Interscholastic Press not attend said Collington. V
'" "
'/:1::;;' .' \" "., I V Workshop will be held April "We certainly want to make it t
,' .' 10-12, instead of the previously convenient for them to attend I
""',''"' 4<"'. announced dates of April 3- If they are interested
''' '". BY STANLEY"SWEETS" SWEETING
,
;,,, ,. iI< 5, 1969. The theme for the Instituteis
: J, "t \ "\ David C. Collington, direc "The Challenges of Careersin LINE-O-TYPE
'" tor of the workshop said that the Media of Mass Communications
THE LITTLE RED BOOK Things I'd Like To See Miami
the dates of the workshop were ." A faculty of top personnel : :
1 1y Times editorial writer Booker T. Hayeer-_a J>Hnfar>f am!'
\ .. changed to encourage more in the newspaper, yearbook -
facile penman, receive some type of award 1
participation by high school radio, and television
from some local, state or national org for
youth. professions has been selectedto
J. his and
forthright impressive
performances
"Several schools indicateda conduct the
1 workshop.All .
1 t '
in his talented '
< expounded weekly
; willingness to attend the in- sessions of the institute paragraphs l
.M1 ; p
". . Some form of hurrahs for Alonzo Kelly
will be held in the modern
.....; and Charles Hudson Sr who were the pioneersof
school of technology facilities II
Leased Housing on the FAMU campus. Registration Liberty City housing when acreage and \ :
homes were first being pursued disgruntled -
will 6
begin at
p.m. and exploited Negroes headed for lib- I
in the lobby of Unit "B"
eration from the slums of downtown Miami ;
Tops 100,000The Thursday April 10.
. Kelly was top agent for real estate developer -
Participants are urged to
100,000 unit mark'hasjust send or bring copies of their Floyd Davis (creator of Liberty City) while Hudson'was

4 been topped in the leased yearbooks and newspapers for forerunner and chief barker for the Para Villa Heights

Kimbro is Desk Sergeant at Public housing process of the public exhibiting. Some judging will interests.
housing of the U.S. be done
program
during the yearbook
NOTES ON A NAPKIN: Look Alikes: EOPI executive direc-
Safety Department Department of Housing and sessions. Special writing ses- tor Marie S. Carl and Charles S. Drew elementary principal
Urban Development. sions for judging will be held
Ford-Clarke John Eve
Charlotte . admonishing a gossip
Handling the responsibility He Joined the Public Safety The figure represents the in the newspaper sessions. peddlar for not recognizing him ('thoinadvertentlyat Barry

o!.. Desk Sergeant during the Department in 1956 after number of homes which are to College 'tother sundown . Ercell Culmer-for steppedoff

Public Safety Department's serving six years as an investigator be leased from private resi- a curb and broke her ankle two weeks ago. Nassauvian

morning shift is Sgt. William with the U.S.Army dential property owners for Teddy North ended his stay at the Dupont plaza . Louis'

H. Kimbro, one of the oldest Narcotics Division. As a nar- occupancy by low-income Armstrong's serious kidney condition will require several

black officers in years of ser- cotics agent, Master Sergeant families. Of the total, over' operations.

vice with the Department.The Kimbro saw duty in Japan, 35,000 are, now under lease.

veteran officer was assigned Korea, New Jersey and New Under this type of public SALT WATER TAFFY; MaBell Wilson and her three sons I

to the desk' following a York. housing program, a local spent their Bunny holiday vacation in Nassau. . Ditto Juanita
13-year career in the Public Kimbro took the Civil Ser- housing authority leases the Flnley. . Mable Ward-Daniels' Goddaughter Mable Sea vella- I I

Safety Department Detective vice exam for sergeant in 1957 dwelling units from the pri- Daniels back from Santa Domingo after travelling extensivelyon

Bureau, where he worked on and was appointed to perma- vate owner for renting to eli a tour arranged by North's Travel Bureau,a travel agency :

every squad from Homicide to nent rank in 1957, A veteran gible families, or arrangements she so proudly exalts. . After spending 9 years in her new (

Intelligence.Sgt. officer, he makes over$11000 ,- are made for a lease home state (the 50th) of Honolulu, Hawaii, Audrey Dele veaux-. ,
Kimbro served as body- a year. He and his wife between the owner and ten-'
Wilkerson is back in Our Town for a month visiting parents, :
guard to Dr. Martin Luther Eolyn have two daughters. ant. the Uriah (Yvonne) Deleveaux and family. '

King and is requested as a
guard by Prime Minister Lyn- TEENAGE CHOIR HAS TEA The necessary subsidyis k

rlerr:. O. Pindling of the Bahamas is invited provided by HUD to bring
Everyone cordially -
total monthly payments to THE WEEK'S WASH: The Howard and Thelma Lewis splitu-
up
whenever he is in Dade to attend a tea Sunday, economic rents. Tenants N1111111 ,'" 'j1l lation appears to be final. They've been as wide as T HIS
pay !
County. April 13, 4 p.m., at Mt. Zion amounts less than that and at since last January. Both are City of Miami long-time em-

The 49yearold officer Baptist Church, sponsored by a scale based on income and A ployees (he's a cop she's a typist-clerk) . And patrolman

was assigned to desk duty whenan the Youth Choir. The mem dependents and other factors.TOOTHACHE. Reuben Thompson and squaw No. 2 have disconnected . I
automobile accident in De- bers will be at their best in United Airlines stewardess Helena Duhart and Allan Blondell, ,;
, cember left him partially dis- music and will model their lll Yr
+ are altar-bound. They'll tell their troubles to a preacher In
1 abled. Easter This is ef- sNlii t 1# .
finery. an / Yf; Mt. Zion Baptist May 31. They have already selected young ,
Working the 6:45 a.m. to 3 fort to support the buildingfund Philbert Harris as ring-bearer. \

p.m. Shift,Sgt.Kimbro directsthe of the church. Don't suffer -rehevi
various offices Carol pain In seconds as millions do with BARNWELL
public to Wright, president; ORA-JEL. Many dentists recommend
assigns off-duty details, Mrs. Dora Wright direc- using ORA.JEL until you get Out Of STUFF AND SUCH: Director of Community Relations
SightThis
handles complaints and accepts tress and Rev. E. T. Graham, professional treatment. > Board Robert Sims in Cedars of Lebanon after ear surgery
:........ .
bonds for violation of pastor, Mt. Zion Baptist, 301 ara.Je,7: .; will be a perfect description .Theresa Forbes a Dillard(New Orleans) University sophomore -

Metro ordinances. NW 9th Street. of you in Your Thing- co-ed fetched home with her classmate-guest Artie j

Afro-Style. Modern Free Ac- Starks of Houston, Texas for Easter Postal clerk JamesE.
cepted Masons' Order of East- Lucas transferred from Little River Branch to 62nd Street''

ern Star Chapter #67 presents Branch . Burly patrolman Jimmy Wilson Sr's son Jimmy
Nubian Nights at the Conti- Wilson Jr.planed in from his college studies in Boston to spend ,!

nental, 9 p.m., April 12. Fea- Easter with his dad. 'I

turing, by popular request, the ''If'I
Prestige Models of Prestige '
SCRATCH MY BACK: Lester Jackson bedded at Jackson' a;
Beauty Enterprises, directly
Memorial . Ditto Sarah Cochran recovering at home after :
from their last engagement at
the Sheraton Four Ambassa-' a JMH dismissal. Ruby Rolle's passing in Coconut Grove ,
dors. last Friday was preceded by her athlete-musician brother ''I

Roy Rolle who passed up in Tallahassee several semesters'' 1
These Nubian beauties will
L : G be wowing you with creationsby ago. The Rolle family now has two remaining--mother Mrs.
Rowena and
Baptiste-Rolle anotherathlete-musiciansonBllly
Nervai. There is a secret
. The Cecil (Carrie) Moses celebrated 14 years of wedded
treat in, store for you. Dona-
bliss March 5.
tion: $3.00 dollars,single;and

five $5.00 per couple.
\ Tickets are available from
any member of.Eastern Star SWEETS' TREATS: Allready proud parents of sevenyearold -
#67 or call 635-4060 or 633- twins (Ardythe and Adrian) the Dr Kenneth (Iris Hudson)
7650. Walker Srs (he's principal Allapattah Junior High) are cud-

dling another set. Their latest entries are tagged Andrea and
:: It's your thing I 111 1 1
Alison born Feb 12 in Coral Gables' Doctors' hospital. The

N \\/7\\ f SEWING MACHINE Walkers now have seven. . Dorsey hotel madam M. Evelyn ;
1969 Boggs-Smith and her widowed pal(Mrs Warren Collie of WPB) !
PORTABLE
ZIG-ZAG spend Easter in Evelyn's hometown of Atlanta visiting relativesand
5 Zlg-Zag slightly used. No
friends.
attach needed to monogram,
overcast, make but. holes,
controls built In. S.ws with
1 or 2 need I... Full'price MIAMI MUSINGS: According to newsman Bill McBride, the i
$38.10 or'assume paymentsof all-new Jet-Away Lounge on NW 36th St and 27th Ave is THE
$4.53 mo. For free home hottest spot in the bistro belt for stay-up-laters. Maestro
We know how it is. You think of demonstration, call Capitol ,
this Credit Mgr. till 9 p.m. No Dizzy Jones' lad was 8 April 3 ., Dittoour, lad Ivern and
whisky as something special.So obllg. If toll call collect. Derek Edwards who arrived at 8 April . Houseguestingwith
you drink it sparingly. 949-8124 Herman and Hannah Schwecke last week were the Herman

Maybe 2 or 3 holidays a year. Capitol Sewing Machinesof Schwecke Srs of Southhampton N.Y. ,. . Another son arrivedat

But if you had the good taste, to buy Southern Florida the home of the Jeffrey (Jackie Sergeant No. 2) Baileys

;, it in the first place, why deny yourself? when a baby boy came in March at their Hollls, N. Y, home.

Try Crown Royal on a day you

.3 don't have off. You deserve it.Seagram's Brown & Son CONFIDENTIALLY YOURS: pon't be too, too surprised i!

and when a prominent professional and his squaw give up their ,
home in an all-Negro neighborhood for a swankier castle in
Crown Royal is so good CARPENTRY AND an all-white area. Approval for residency has already been

GENERAL REPAIRS I okayed by white personnel housed there. . Phyllis (Billle)

yoU: hate to drink it. FREE EATIMATES Butler of Springfield, Mass and twin sister Millicent (Bobby)

Henderson and daughter Deidre of Cleveland, Ohiohouseguested -
But if don't what good is it? while
you CALL 154-8590 birthday-celebrating (April 7) with their mother
and grandmother Mrs Myrtis Seymour and family during
220
N.W. 50 TH ST. Easter week . That's it brother,from your one-man-news

Seagram' Crown Royal-The legendary Canadian in the purple lack. paper who knows everybody and everybody's racket, but who
Blinded Canadian Whisky./ 80 rroo(. Seagram Distillers\ Co., N.Y.C. Is giving some poor sucker a break!





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Bv Barry Instructor At FMC
Music Scholarship Art ExhibitMark ,
in paint- art publication, Les Edition
of of Fine Arts degree
Lynch, Instructor at the University de la Revue Moderne, as an
sculpture
1 1' Addie ReportsOn \ Auditions art at Barry College, Miami ing and of Florida, and his important contributor to the
will exhibit his paint-
Shores,
__ of Arts decree In development of contemporary
Musical ArtsBy ; Auditions for music scholarships Master and art history at the painting in the United States
J ADLINE: PONTIPHFLET ;: at Mia mi-Dade Junior painting University. Previous -
3 y ollege South will be held Sat American his affiliation with DORSEY CLASS OF'49The
urday, April 12, and Saturday to
class
art instructorat of 1949 of
he was Dorsey
Musical training Is a more ent. Every bit a lady, Miss May 10 In Rehearsal Hall, Barry Polk Junior College. will hold an Important meet-

potent Instrument than any McKham radiates her good nature Room Interested 5108 on students South Campus.should He recently won first prizein ing on Sunday, April 13 at 4
other, because rhythm and among all the other society painting at the Miami 'Pop' p.m. The meeting will be held
contact the music
harmony find their way Into members. Her Influenceand department, festival and had a one-man at Freeman's Restaurant8615

the Inward places of the soul" spirit of cooperation was 274-1282 ments for, to an make audition arrange-time. show for the YMHA. Togetherwith NW 22nd Avenue. All 49'ersare
Plato especially felt when she so three other young artistshe urged to be present.Tele-
should to the
The above quotation could graciously accepted to handle They bring au- was featured in a Parisian phone 691-9$41 or 751-8414.
dition number
have easily been written by all affairs of reception cater- the or excerpt
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have for the
they prepared -
our next guest PerformingArts ing. We were then able to establish '
committee to Classes Now Open .
Society member, Miss an orderly system scholarship I f
Catherine McKham. whereby so many girls wouldbe hear. Sightreading material MARK LYNCH The
Louise
.. : Riley
will be provided at the audi-
--- --- selected to take care of Ings, sculpture, and photo- $
P? such and such a function and tion. graphy, at the Florida Memorial Finishing and

while each person would do ttiJ4rli1'p[ 1I1E. College Library at f {
something different the entir- 15800 NW 42nd Ave., Miami, ModelingAcademy
ity would be most thorough. It from April 13 through the 30. ,
has already proven it's salts. E. F reception will be held on E '

DOUBLE ACTION opening day from 3 to 5 p.m.
35 NE 17th
Catherine's voice has a /COLORSGRAYWURtlAOt2DKSSES Mr. Lynch, a teacher of Street

'4 f range which goes from low G HAIR I III PRICE painting, design, and drawing, tic tt Room 233
to E-flat above high-C. With : attended North Carolina State Telephone: 319-3581

this kind of vocal instrument, College, earned his Bachelor
one can but wonder what the * * * * * * * * * * * * * * . *.- * * * * * * * * * * **

J.- t"C limitations are. Of course fora it

SSx"Y young lady her age (13 yrs.
old) the lower register notes : CONTINENTAL CLUB

could not be developed fully. .
:.16. Maturity and hard work will : 6000 NW 7th Ave. *

ra.IMiSS take care of that. Also, her
MCKnam is a model pronunciation as it should be it
,
SATURDAY
example of what "musical needs a little more articula- : PRESENTS FRIDAY a

training" should be. Here Is, tion however this is her prime -tc

a young lady who looks much project at the moment. THE WORLD FAMOUS ,
older than she really Is and all :

this in her favor because she Miss McKham is playing a it IN PERSON : ,*f
performs like a mature personof major role in the forthcoming iCiC
extraordinary up-bringing. 1969 Spring Concert to be '" "
Her parents, Mr. and Mrs. held in the fabulous LaRonde -tc
Wilbert McKham have iC !. ".
every Room of the Hotel Fontaine- '
reason to be very proud of her bleau. Anyone wishing an invitation it ':' ; ,< C;ftc !;::
because Catherine not only to the affair may contact '3S'I" ; 'f. f ;1v ", *

represents them In public,but her at your convenience. Maywe :" ;::
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because Catherine knows well wish you to please be happy ,
within herself that her, future and love one another. +;ir ." ,I .' .'t..

depends wholeheartedly on Next week, Mr. Harry Mi- -tc"'f'4':!'";" : t, I. <
how she functions in the pres- chael McCartney. : s


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I' Black Man's HistoryYoung : 1\ b

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readers can look for las, Nat Turner, Booker T.
ward to a book written by Ju- Washington, W.E.B. DuBois, : 8iC
lius Hobson, a man who, as a Marcus Garvey and MalcolmX
member of the Washington, are among the personalities -
D. C. school board and lead-' discussed in depth.The final it
itit
er of Washington's black com chapters of the book explain -
munity has charged that public what has led to the present it
school children read his- philosophy behind black

tory texts with a racist slant. organizations such as SNCC,
Entitled Black Pride: A Peo- CORE and the Black Panthers.
ple's Struggle, Mr. Hobson's The book contains a photo- JOE TEX SHOW

book Is co-authored by Janet graphic insert, an index and an
Harris and will be publishedby extensive.Suggested Reading
McGraw-Htu'sJunior Book List. iCit

Division on May 2,1969.It has Julius Hobson, aside from
been written as a step toward being a member of the Wash- iCit

bringing the blackAmerican's ington school board, the first ittc
history into :focus for young; local official elected in Wash- -

people. ,ington in the twentieth cen- !'itlie
Black Pride: A People's tury, Is an economist with the I
Struggle presents the reader 'Social Security Administra..' I itit
age 10 and up with a panorama ' tion. As a leader of the Washington I i: h 4 w

of the black man'shis-' militants, he is chair- ,itit
1 Itory in America, from colonial man of ACT(Associated Com- j i *
days to the present.The munity Teams). itiC

stories of prominent black Janet Harris, co-author of ,'itiC
leaders tie the history together -Black Pride, has long been Involved -
and demonstrate how with the Civil Rights it
and where black pride has existed Movement and has worked with ..,
and why it is such a pow- CORE. She is the author of The itiC
erful element inAmerican Long Freedom Road: The Civil

ciety today. Frederick Doug- Rights Story. it
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. Tickets on Sale' ALONG WITH THE MODERN 9p.m. & 12 a.m.
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183rd St. ART THEATRE :.,
af Mr. Walters ACCEPTED MASONS OF THE WORLD until
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From out of the West PLUSH! 6011 NW 7 Ave. BROTHERS NO ONE ALLOWED
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THE MIAMI TIMES, Friday, April 11, 1969 9 '


Health Studies Open House I ,
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M-DJC
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Careers In 15 paramedical pital accounting technician 'AiAi -
fields will be on display Sat- hospital food service supervisor lJ IjBY DAVE BONDUJAA'ki.
urday, April 12, when Miami- medical assistant,
Dade Junior College's Divis-
ion of Allied medical record technician, iC'DAIQC)AAQC C'
Health'Studiesholds
medical secretary, medical
Open House. technician, mental retarda- Thirlee Smith, a staff reporter for the Miami Herald, wrotea
Planned for high school sen- tion technician, optometric column last Monday, (April 7th), concerning the black men
iors and others of any age who assistant, physical therapy Fa standing on the corner looking for jobs.In it he described how

may be career shopping, the assistant, radiologic tech- 4 and why the men hang out on thse "break corners." ,.
Open House will be from 9 nologist, respiratory therapy The article was well written and informative, but not com-
a.m. to 2 p.m. in the Student technician, and the R.N.Nurs- plete, in that it was seemingly from the outside looking In,
Union Cafeteria on North ing Program.The rather than from both sides of the fence.
Campus. one-year certificate I have been employed by the EOPI for almost five years andI
Members of the Allied think I know as much about these "break corners' as any-
programs are operating room
Health Studies faculty will be technician and practicalnurse. one else . sometimes more.
in attendance provide infor- Mr. Smith overlooked some information, and I would like to
mation about programs avail- M-DJC's North Campus is fill it in.For instance,he asked the men if they had ever heardof

able at Miami-Dade and career located on NW 27th Avenue at the Concentrated Employment Program. They, In essence,
opportunities open 113th Street. :,! said, "no". I have the opinion,from his story, that he spoke to
to graduates In the various 3 men on break corners located in the central Negro district.

fields. ,' ,. When the man on the corner said,"they expect me to come to
Visitors will have a choiceof MUSICAL FASHION 1. their nice furnished office, and I ain't going.I got a complex."

13 two-year programs and REVIEW : : "t' ." , :" ," : Now, I am employed by CEP, which is a new program, andit

two oneyear programs now There, will be a Musical .., ,,\ is understood that before you can help someone else, you
offered in Allied Health Studies Fashion Review sponsored by f", [" ',,' "I> have to get your own house :n order.Realizing this, Mrs. Marie

Light refreshments will Women's, Day committee of J'.
be served. Mt. Olivette Baptist Church, ', t :N', '"", 11:"' ", man with the knowledge to run such a program, efficiently
Two-year programs, lead- 1450 NW 1st Ct,Sunday,April "! "! "' "uo' ,' ,' :, .'y1"'r' ' '.r The search was country-wide, and Harold Oliver was selected -
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Ing to the associate InSclence 20,at3:30p.m.Donation$1.00. ',' ':;,' r ..,';"", ..'>ti1., ," for this position. The office was officially presented to the
degree, include Community Mrs. Carolyn Davis'is chair- public in an openhouse two weeks ago,and 18 people were se-
Mental Health Assistant hos- man. ERICA VALENCIA WILLIAMS lected as leads and coaches. It is the Job of the coaches and ,
leads to go out and bring these people into the office so that (
Miss Williams has Miss Williams
accepted previously they can be placed in training. 1200 people in the model city :
a position with the Bahamas worked counselor
as a at the
area which Is bordered by NW 36th Stand 79th St. and on the I
Government, working under Montanari Clinical School and east and west by 7th Ave. and 37th Ave., which house some :
Pall MallMenlhoI100 the direction of the with the
Ministryof United Fund, out of
.
80,000 families, will be placed in training programs learn- I
Labor and
Welfare. the Model Cities Office.
ing while they earn -- so that they may up-grade themselves :
She is
a graduate of Booker '
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and their standard of living. I
T. Washington High Schoolof Erica is the daughter of
Over 400 persons have already been brought into the
% pro-
Miami, and Fisk Universityof Valencia J. Williams of Miami
gram; been evaluated for the types of Jobs available, and some, \
Nashville, Tenn.,where she and Chester V. Williams of
are already on the Job training. These are great strides fora
majored in Sociology. West Palm Beach
new organization.
The main issue seems to be motivation.. not money. So I
long r..yel milder. Travel/ Agents To Tour Holy ask Mr Smith, "what do we do to motivate these people?"
"How would you go about motivating them." It is nice to write:

Land In OctoberThe a story about the men on the break corners, because they do :
need help or they wouldn't be there, but we have to,write both :

Inter-American Travel Travel Agencies to Join HAS sides of the story. When I was Job developer for the Browns- \).

<"<, .":;,,,h ,:: ".". '" Agents Society held Its annual as its parent organization.It ville EOPI, and the minimum wage was $1.25,1 have been to (
f Board of Directors meetinglast was unanimously decided break corners offering $1.75 an'hour'and was told what I' ).
Friday, SaturdayandSunday that an open tour to the Holy could do with the ,$1.75 . in no uncertain terms. ,
I at the Sum met Hotel in Land will be sponsored by I am not writing this in defense of the CEP because I work '
New York City. The three day ITAS in conjunction with the an- there, but this program is geared to try to train 1200 unem-
,:!k session brought together nual meeting in October A ployed or underemployed persons in model cities area, and
agency members from Cleve- complete Itinerary and costs there is no way that all 1200 can be accepted at one time,

land, Detroit,Hartford,Wash- for the tour will be announcedin but it can and will be done. The people will come , the
ington, Los Angeles,New York May and reservation maybe coaches and leads will bring them in . and within the
and Miami. obtained at any member next six months other organizations such as the United Fund, ;
4 J :. Chamber of Commerce National Alliance of Business Men '
According to Charles North, agency of Inter-American ,
its Miami representative, Travel Agent Society. The Miami Coalition, OIC, The Black Federation and many, 'I
highlights of the meeting included Special cost arrangementsare more will be Involved in Jobs for our people.As .
4L. H YAlt a blanket invitation being offered to ministersand for the men on the break corner looking for a break . i

tended by HAS to the 18 related officers of a there are permanent breaks Just waiting for them. .. and the :
+ [ \ Metropolitan New York Black church. only way for them to get a break is to break away and give 41 j
themselves a break. You dig? ? ? 4,
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PRETTY GIRL OF THE WEEK: Marie Brown(North Travel M i
SUPREME Bureau)

PRETTY BOY OF THE WEEK: Calvin Mapp I
:..; V\IG\|\ AND VIP OF THE WEEK: Carl Williams 1
MOTHER OF THE WEEK: Lillie Pearl Dorsett

BE U1'{
QUICK NOTE DEPARTMENT: Glad to hear that George

SP.O1 Kilpatrlck is home after an operation. , and doing fine , .
SPECIALS! ,' Katie Gardern Is also home after a bout with her doctor and
N
.. ; the knife .'. Speaking of hospitals, Cedars of Lebanon has a
AFRO WIGS $13.50up parking lot (the only parking)where patients(out-patients)and

100% HUMAN HAIR WIGS; 19.95up. : visitors have to pay parking charges for examinations or; .(
100% HUMAN'HAIR FALS $30.00.up visiting. How do you like them apples?? ? You pay $40 or $50 3
WIGLETS a day for your hospital room, and parking charge for your ex-
$9,95'up amination. That's really getting you going and coming Bob
Let us supply your hairgoods Simms was in the same hospital, and we wish him a speedy '
Monday Saturday 9 a.m. to 6 p.m. recovery. Bob Is head man of the Community Relations Board y

U.S. Barbara Higgs, Owner '
9110 NW nth AVENUE 691-9392 The fabulous Rlnkydinks will bring out all the "beautiful
Government people" Sunday, April 20 for their annual cocktail Dansette

figures show at the Seville Hotel, from 7 11. been asked what I thinkabout
Earl Carroll and his indictment. Well, it's two againstone
Pall Mall
Brand New in his favor, and his word is as good as anyone else's as
: MenthollOO'slower far as Fm concerned. Trying to prove bribery when no money '

inUtar" was passed is going to be a pretty good trick, and Justice sez
; than Vacuum Cleaner you are innocent until proven guilty. When he is proven guilty
ha ha Til eat my hat.
I
the best-
5 yr. Service Guarantee. Margaret Brown checking in at the golf course Sunday after-
sellingmenthol O SPECIAL PRICE noon with easter egg dye all oven her.She, among many others,

,F. were hiding eggs for the big hunt at Manor Park for the kid

r king 4 dies. A good time was had by all . Par & Birdie Club's M i
trip to Port St. Lucie for their..annual tournament was a huge '

success. 45 of us (wives and,some' children, too) spent the 't'
Pall MallMenlhoI100 week-end in this luxurious resort.;Coach Everett,Frank Rivera .1
: 7 ftft. he*. Fr...Home Demonstration and Dennis Peak were winners in the"A" Division; Margaret 1 H
Rug tool tto Obligation easy' t.rmf Brown won first place in the "B" Division, with Percy ''j
uph
Ext. wands attacnment Rolle and Mayme Bondu bringing up the rear. Margaret and
% '. Crevice. tool CALL-625-J26? Coach Everette were also,the recipients of the"leg trophies' i
for: 1969. We had a ball, 'aU. That is it for'this week. Till j

i't"v, ( ABBEY DOMESTIC 15982 N. W. 27th Avenue the next one, Live LIFE, EVERY GOLDEN MINUTE OF IT] j
I II/h t.t"""us I *yuvMj' PEACE! <.. I


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HappeningBy 0 'o i BRENDA JACKSON .


Garth C. Reeves, Jr.
Wednesday was David H. Dobbs day at Miami Northwestern

1 as faculty, students, administrators and friends honored Mr.
'AT THE BEACH: Dobbs, curriculum specialist on his birthday and his approaching -
I retirement. Mr. Dobbs, who has served in the public
Saturday morning a car load of us got together and droveup
guys
schools of Dade County for 38 years, will retire in June.
to Fort Lauderdale Beach. The crowd was unbelievable and I
Because of her leadership ability as a member of the Red
like nothing I've ever seen before. I Cross Youth Advisory Board, Pansy Hendrix has been chosento
First of all, cars were parked everywhere when you finally
attend the National Red Cross Youth Convention at Atlanta
reached the beach,and reaching the beach was really the prob
I Georgia with all expenses paid by the Red Cross Youth Ser
lem. The traffic would not allow you to reach the beach any
where short of the hour's"i time even if you were only a mile I vice Fund.
Two counselors will be available on Tuesday and Thursdayfor
away. the purpose of being available for conference with parents
After the cars were finally shoved upon: somebody's greenwe
who are unable to attend them during the day.
proceeded to the beach.
"Music for Modern Americans" was the title of the
The people traffic was worst than any car traffic you could pro-
imagine. We could hardly walk and it was no getting by with- gram presented by the Chrysler-Plymo tb and Dodge dealers.
out stepping on somebody. However, whether they were step- The program featured the Spurrlows group of talented young
people who presented, in a modern musical,fun filled way important
ped on, or sand kicked in their faces or even their sun tan
lotion knocked over, everyone realized the problem and gave facts about safe driving.
an understanding smile. Jorwarski Robinson has been named Star pupil for 1969 as a

After a 45 minute session of stepping over bodies, we founda result of his aggregate score of the December Scholastic Apti-
small opening on the beach., We then spread out a blanket tude Test an Florida Placement Test. Jorworski has chosenMr.
which was immediately shared by five uninvited but friendly David Paschal, band director, as his star teacher.
guests. Congratulations are due to Fred Williams and Christopher

Wesawtee-shirtswor by kids from the University of Miamito Mallard for winning first and second place in the AfroAmerican -

the University of Southern California. It looked as though Soul Sutw 01 the Wed Art Show sponsored by Miami Dade Junior College.

every college in the country was represented in some ny; ,
shape or form. Marilyn Walker is the 17 year old daughterof WINS SCHOOL ESSAY I
Mr. and Mrs. Leo Walker of 3517 Marler
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:Avenue Marilyn is a senior at Coral Gables High Sharrie Renay Dean, Miss Dean was presented a
IN THE PSYCHADELIC BAG: School where she is amember of the Pep Club and eleven-year-old daughter of gold medal from the Ever-
Thee Image will not close. Because of an overflow crowdon Mrs. Cupidine Dean producedthe chapter of DAR the local
glades
Chorus. She also attends Saint Paul AME Church, -
both Friday and Saturday nights the teenage night spot will
of Coconut Grove. She enjoys sports, sewing and, winning essay for Dunbar organization and her
remain a weekend thing. This was, assured to me by part social activities. Elementary School in a con- essay was submitted to Tallahassee -
owner Chuck Gross. test sponsored by the Daugh- for statewide compe-
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It looks as though the Three Dog Night" were Just the group ;- ters of American Revolution. tition with other school winners -
to pull all of those weekend hobos off of Collins Avenue "Heroines of TheAmerican .
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* * * * * * * AROUND TOWN
: Revolution" was the general A sixth grader,Sharrie Is an
Greynold's Park was the Sunday afternoon setting for one of Among the many college students visiting home for the essay theme. Sharrie wrote on honor roll. student and has won
the swingingest Love-Ins the hippies have ever had. Easter holidays was Naomi Jean Charles a physiology majorat heroine, Molly Pitcher. numerous prizes and awardsat
This time the car was parked on the median strip with Livingston College in Salisbury, N. C. Naomi jean is the For her excellent essay, school.
scores of others until an officer made an announcement that daughter of the Rev. Naomi Charles Fayson.

they were being towed away one after another.- There was a. * * * *""* !*,* * * .,j ..:-_ - -
sudden mad rush for the median strip. About a good one hundred guys,who along with their parents, - ---
There were at least 50 bands helping to celebrate the Easter boasted 1 proudly at being one of the select young men in our r
holiday.. A few o f them were "The Three Dog Night", the community chosen as an escort or a stag-liner for this sea- I Raider Reports \
"Echo" and "The Fantasy". son's debutante ball. The affair is sponsored by the Delta
by CHRIS BATES I IFm
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Sigma Theta Sorority.. Anyone flying up? _ _
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For all you Jazz lovers, Miami has brought your people SOUL BOWL '69 happy to say that all the this pessimism.
town. : Edison Raiders had a hopping
Saturday night at Miami Marine Stadium along with the Miss Aretha Franklin, the first lady of soul, will headlinea good time over the Easter Organizations of this nature
scent of salt water filling the air will be the sound of sweet galaxy of stars who will be performing in the famed Houston, week vacation. Many Raiders are often the result of good intentions -
music. Scheduled to appear are Herbie Man, Thad Jones and Texas Astrodome June 13-15. attended wild beach parties but lose their effectiveness -
Mel Lewis. The purpose of this three day gala is to raise money to pro- and picnics with lots of good as members lose in-
See you at eight. mote low-cost housing in the nation's ghettos and to promote old fashion fun terest. Quite frequently,the
* * * * * * * lending institutions designed to aid in the establishment of Many of Edison's blackstu- committeemen aren't even
A. GOOD THING: small businesses. dents received invitation to the true representatives of the ,
Iota Phi Lambda Sorority, Inc has a good thing going: The * .* * * * * * * invitational Ball. At this an- conflicting sides of the prob- :

observance of National Business Week..The sorority is sponsoring nual ball a group of white sen-
45 OF THE WEEK "25 Miles" lem.Far
by Edwin Starr
:
a business career seminar on Saturday, April 12, at ior girls are presented to so- more serious, how-

James E. Scott Community Room 4901 NW 1th Ave. The seminar ALBUM OF ,THE WEEK: "Temptations Cloud Nine" ciety. This is the first year ever, is the ever present dis-
will begin at 9:30 a.m. and followed by a "Coke Sip", black students have received like of compromise. At a nigh \

junior and senior high students, please don't miss this affair. Until later, do your own thing. invitation, this maybe the first school level, this makes it

---- big step to establishing a true necessary for policies to be

r .' ; : : :',. flow of communicationandac handed down from the admin-
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community pose of student control over
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,! .' have begun Many candidates
having a difficult time finding Many members of the com-
\ enough black students willing mittee will set out with a"crusader -

I to work on their campaign spirit", only to become
II I } committee; there is just not rapidly discouraged with the
} 't
I seriousness of the problem.
enough black students to meet

the demand of the white can- Negativism, many will
I'j M didates. I render my well claim is the reason for the
wishes to all candidates and failure of these committees.

may a black man win. Nevertheless, success cannotbe
expected until students acknowledge -
RAIDER SPEAK OUT . the magnitude of

x, - DEBRA JONESAdministrative these obstacles and adopt a
realistic attitude toward
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members of
J Edison's faculty and a few stu- overcoming them.

.1 I dents are still trying to organize Seniors of the week: Bessie

5 S {j a bi-racial committee, Williams and Nat Moore.
S \'I! \' for the purpose of promoting
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black and white
s.- fr ,\I. .f:1"" students at
Give To Your
. 11 WIN YOUTH ADVISORY BOARD COMMENDATIONS Edison. The committee will
be open to individuals whoare

Eleven Dade County youngsters received commendations -' Joe Burke of Christopher Columbus, Julie James of interested in this problem or O.I.C.Opportunitits.

from the Youth Advisory Board and the Westminster, Rev. Sean O'Sullivan of St. John the who feel that they have some-

Metro Commission April 1 for their roles in organizing :- Apostle I Church in Hialeah, Dade County Mayor thing to contribute.The .

the recent Miami Teens for Decency Rally. Chuck Hall, Mike Levesque of Miami Springs, pam for possibilities of success ItIndustrioliiotion

Shown at the presentation are: (from left) Barry Cuba of Notre Dame Academy, Jim Reynoldsof to be such surrounded an organization with cloudsof seem Center

Schleifer of Miami Beach High, Mary Lynn Hart. Killian High, Pete Idlette of Miami High and Mary doubt.The results of a com- SUNDAY APRIL 20

sock of Notre Dame Academy, Alan Rosenthal of O'Neil of Carrolton. Miami-Metro Dept. of Publi- mittee of this kind that have ,

Miami High; Alec Stephens of Miami Beach High, city & Tourism photo. been attempted elsewhereseem
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I .I. Bunny Hopping Hop Tour Good Group TimeThe Report I E'



dictator Rafael Trujlllioprlor
to his assassination. The fabulous 6 '...Y"r,
five million dollar castle
built by Trujllllo,but never ,! ; 9 9z
lived In because of his sudden -
death., The castle's five '
story high building In multiColored -
marble, Its two ele-
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fixtures in gold was awe-In
spiring and beautiful. 4
Another delight was a visitto "
the beautiful beach at Boca
Chico where some of the group
surfed and swam in the warm
_, waters of the Caribbean Sea. :
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Many of those who made the ,
1tI trip are declaring their interest I

1 for a similar ventureat _ _ _
'YL r3 another time. Mrs. Marie

{ Brown, of North's Travel .,
Tours and tour leader spoke
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zt "xa ar'I "a good time was had by all".
Those on the trip were; Willie Williams, left, of 821 N. E. 2nd Ave., received unexpected
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Lawrence Brown, Synovia
Chapman, Ireta Crosby, Easter windfall last week when he found a Coca Cola Cash Cap worth $500.
Mable Daniels, William Johnson -
Dora Patterson, Thomas Williams, a maintenance man for local 133 of the Bartender and Waiter's

Patterson, Pearl Patterson,
ML! :i* T S t a n o 1 a Peniston, Louvenla Union for the past 28 years, used the money to buy Easter presents for his

Taylor, Berthenla White, 16 grandchildren. Making the presentation is Phil de Tournillon,'manager of
florrie Woodard and Marie
Brown. the Miami bottling plant of Coca Cola. '






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} BTW Classmates Back < .

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Commissioner CarrollBe 3 aM rm

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it resolved that we the are anxiously looking forwardto :1
members of Booker T. Wash- the day when all accusa-
ington class of 1949 expressour tions and clouds have beenre-
confidence in you Earl as moved and you can again'provide -
a duly elected dedicated public the very excellent lead-
official. We supported you at ership that we have gotten in
the time you were elected by the past. t
the enlightened citizens of We who have known you for q k\ '
Dade County and we supportyou practically all of your life
now. hereby affirm our belief that
Be it further resolved that your character and honestyare
your classmates, as well as unassailable.
the citizens here in Dade Resolved in session this 7th ,
County, feel that you will be day of April, 1969.
vindicated in the courts. We Your Classmates c



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Get Green LightAfter Easter Festival In Coconut Grove .

On Easter Sunday the EOPI Approximately 500 youngsters the day. to Mrs. E. Sands of St. Al-
staff and many community participated in the Easter pro- Food Fair Store 214,made ban's Day Care Nursery and
a heated fight between sold as surplus property. ganizations joined together in gram, held at 3 p.m at Virrick a tremendous contribution of Mr. George Smith, EOPI Act-
the Model Cities Governing They also noted the zoning sponsoring the most successful Park. eggs and goodies. Florida ing Center Administrator, for
Board and members of the on the property provides for Easter egg hunt and fes- Food, soft drinks,candy and Realty Rental Agency, con-,i'their coordinating efforts and
Liberty City Community duplexes which would add tivities ever in Coconut Grove prizes_were the highlights of tributed money in the form of, supporting roles in contributing -
Council, the first, 12 single more to the overcrowding than of the affair
to the success
gift certificates to the
family houses in' the Model the single-family houses. many .
Cities area was approved by Mother Held In Death Of SonA best dressed youngsters and I I -.

the Metro Commission last The houses will contain four heldin game winners of the East e J FALK LECTURESLouis
20-year-old woman Justice of the Peace Charles Show.
week. bedrooms, two baths, a dining the Dade County Jail on a Snowden concluded after an Falk, local builder-
room, living room, and kitchen manslaughter charge in con- inquest Feb. 27 that there was Other contributions to the developer, was a guest lec-
of the had
Members LCC
The dwellings are to be nection with the death of her probably cause to believe occasion were given by the Co- turer at a recent symposiumin
contended that the lots were built on tracts bounded roughly conut Grove Cares, Inc., Golf
the Bethune
3-month-old had been Cookman Col-
son. manslaughter com-
too small and should be turn- NW 69th and er's Associatt, EOPI Youth
by
Ter. NW
showed that the lege
An autopsy mitted. Daytona Beach. He con-
ed into some type of recrea- 75th St., and NW 21st ct: and infant, Damion Jermone Scott, Council, American Legion, ducted a seminar on the sub-
tion areas. But Metro officials NW 22nd Ave. The project is had suffered a blow to the head Mrs. Beverly Jean Scott, of City Parks and Recreation, ject of the development of
said if the project was rejected estimated to cost about$240- from a blunt instrument Just 4019 NW 23rd Ave., was arrested Royal Castle and many others.. apartments for elderly and low
the lots would have to be
000. before death last Oct. 28. by Metro detectives. Individual recognition goes income families

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The Urban League's, 1*sa 8K8 Changes Made JJinCEPP=XnOKtUKK I |


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counselor.
Harold Oliver, director of thorough observation -
made a
Having
Housing ProgramOperation the Concentrated Employment of his staff since he
has announced the
Program,
up-grading of five employees has been here, Oliver con-
who were
cluded that, "those
Equality has a If any of the listed houses 000, $600 down; 11251 SW 188 in the procrram. promoted have special talents

service that will Inform you meet your needs, contact Mr. Ter., 3 bedrooms, 1 bath, for these new positions and can
qualifications forFHA Richard Love, Urban League $13,600, $450 down; 5867 SW best serve the people in this
homes available under spec Housing Specialist for further 62nd St., 2 bedrooms, 1 bath, program.
ial programs that offer many information, by calling 685- $13,000, $400 down; 11230 SW Oliver reluctantly acceptedthe
benefits to the homeseeker, 0342. 188th Ter., 3 bedrooms,1 bath resignation of John Havis,
such as reduced down pay 2360 NW 89th Ter., 2 bed-
$13,000, $400 down. who held the position of Deputy
ment. For example, depend rooms 1 bath; $14,000, $450 Operation Equality Com- director of operations. Mr.
ing on the individual circumstances down; 2750 NW 194th St., 3 munity Offices are located at Havis resigned for personal
any of the below list bedrooms, 1 bath, $15,000 Liberty City, 6740 NW 15th reasons.
ed homes might be purchasedfor $600 down 2901 NW 206th St.
; Ave.; Opa-locka 2338 All Baba All new positions are on an
as little as $IOOdown y.. 3 bedrooms 1 bath, $13,000, Ave.; Coconut Grove, 3378 basis with the excep-
ment, instead of the listed $400 down; 11440 SW 186th St. :Douglas Ave.;and Cuban Com- tion acting of Mr. Flowers. I Ir
down payment price. 4 bedrooms 11/2 baths,$16- munity, 2001 NW 35th Street. ROSCOE MACHETT


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NATHANIEL PERKINS 4

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: Gloria Brown to super- i
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Ray Files For New TrialMEMPHIS I



Tenn.-A mo- No date for a hearing was Ray pleaded guilty March 10
tion for a new trial for James set.The to killing King and was sentenced
Earl Ray, admitted slayer of motion was signed by to 99 years in the state
4 ak,g Dr. Martin Luther King Jr., Ray and attorneys J. B. Stoner penitentiary. He since has said
was filed Monday in Shelby Robert W. Hill and Rich- he was pressured into the plea
County Criminal Court. ard Ryan. which basically is the con-
k tention In the motion filed

IIr Monday and wants a trial.

The motion was filed In the
Florida Memorial court of Judge Arthur Faquin

Jr., who was named to succeed -
the late Judge W. Pres-
ton Battle in the Ray case.
College ReopensOn I


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t. .. .... 1L I Memorial College, National publicity which ap-
opened on schedule Wednes- peared gratis in Time, The
Class for pre-apprentlceshiptraining L.E.A.P. Office, the Urban Lea- j day, April 9, following the New Yorker, Business Week
gue program that prepares youth for building trades. Easter vacation. and TV Guide placed such
A pre-Easter petition by heavy demands on the school
students at the college and a administration that 1400 stu-
THE URBAN LEAGUE MEANS series of meetings betweenDr. dents were turned away in the

Puryear and representatives first year and resulted in further
of the student body expansion needs and an _...
resulted in a formula whereby upgraded fund
GHETTO POWER students j agreed to repair and paign. Joe Tex To

paint temporary quarters in Housing projects were also

Ghetto power for all black Miamians. Not Just some. the aviation building, and the delayed when Federal funds Appear At

Ghetto power is today. It means big plans for big problems.. I president agreed to hasten the were temporarily held back
j installation of the and The Continental
The Urban League has been working to better the situation for black people in Miami for necessary then cut back from original
j furniture
in
26 years. The problems were here a lot longer and they are still here. Sure .. a lot of the new dormi- expectations.The in
tories| which One of the hottest items
black citizens are now being advent of the college in
walked
through Urban League doors and out to better Jobs, better housing, this
completed. Miami show business hits town
better health services and were assisted in other to fuller on a brand new $10-
ways a life. Yes, a lot of us are and performer -
vocalist
better off today. But a lot aren't. 000,000 campus resulted in a week when
Now we've started to look 100% growth in the student Joe Tex goes into the
at the situation differently. Years ago we helped a man finda
two
better Job. A he Four Who body over the period of one Continental Club for a
job was qualified for at a salary he deserved. Today, that man's son.
needs the Urban League to get a good Job. So we will help him. year, and housing facilities night stand.
But that's not real progress.Not for the ghetto of 1969. Not for the Urban League of 1969. Just did not keep up with stu- Tex Is burning up the charts
Like we said, we're looking at things differently and we call it the New Thrust. The New Aided Mugging dent registration demands. now with his "pll Never DO
Thrust means to change the systems that hold down and isolate the ghetto from the rest of Florida Memorial College You Wrong" a tune he com-
sellers
the society. New Thurst means don't is now completing its student posed himself. Other big -
Just help a man find a Job, but change the system "Hold
that keeps black men, and their sons from competing for Jobs without special help. Victim union building and will enlarge he recorded are
And change all the other systems created by racism. All the systems as they effect black To Be upon the student housing project What You Got," "A Sweet Woman
"Skinny
people; economics, education, politics, services to the community, all the systems of our Like You"" and
society, that work for the white majority,but do not work for the black minority. The New Legs And All
Thrust has as its goal, the changing of systems to make them work with equal results for HonoredFour --tURBAN

black people as well as white people. The New Thrust can create change for the better. LEAGUE COMMUNITY OFFICES: I
People are the most important part of the New Thrust.'The Urban League has grown in black men who saveda I
26 years from infancy to manhood. And we're ready to do a man's Job. white citizen from muggingand L. E, /'. P. 1112 NW 62nd St. 758.5551

We're at work in every area of life that effects black people. We've got Operation Equal- possibly his life were LEADERSHIP DEVELOPMENT !
ity for your housing needs, Family Planning for health services, Economic Developmentand honored by the Miami City 6207 NW 27th Avenue 693.4302 I IOPER'ATION
Employment and LEAP for Jobs, Community Development to tackle concern of all Commission Thursday morn-
black people, like the school desegregation issues, Model Cities Election, Vote-black- ing when they received certificates EQUALITY
power,garbage collection,rat and vermin control and other community problems. We've of appreciation and cash 3378 Douglas Road 448-6268
got Citizens Corps for volunteer Involvement and we've got the New Thrust for everyone. awards. 2338 All Baba Avenue 685-0342
But we need the 536 S. W. 12th Avenue 358-2226
man-power to help build the ghetto power. Man and woman power. -
That's why our first big membership drive, starting now. poets and writers say April Much praise has been 6740 NW 15th Avenue 691-3811
is Spring and spring is being born all heaped who went to the aid
over again. A re-birth. Well spring doesn't change COMMUNITY LEADERSHIP DEVELOPMENT
of George Giffen when
the ghetto much he was 1001
NW 3rd Avenue 377-5264
But April can. Because April is membership month at the Urban League. We've set a attacked by teenage muggers
goal of 3,000 members and on NW 14th St. and First Ct. CITIZENS CORPS
we're
selling memberships for $1.00, $5.00 or $10.00. 6207 NW 27th Avenue 693-4302
We're going'to get the people of,the ghetto together. Call It ghetto power. Call it the The men to be honored are -
New Thrust. But Join with it. Louis Taylor, Henry Simmons FAMILY PLANNING
You'll be hearing from us from now on. Let's bear from you. Call 377-3681 or stop byi Henry Hale and Johnnie 4638 NW 27th Avenue 633-2573
the Urban League at 395 NW First Street Knight.




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I MAMMOTH CROWD AT JET-AWAY CLUB GRAND OPENING I


They come from all four corners of Dade County, driving Volkswagens, Cadillacs -
/ ,Ramblers,Dodges, Buicks, Fords, Chevys, and some even come via the method
provided by the Metro Transit Authority to the grand opening of the fabulous Jet -
Away Bar and Lounge to make the April 3rd opening a night that will long be remembered -

by all.

The Jet.Away Bar and Lounge Is owned and operated by Miami's own Space-

setters Club, who after a lot of hard work finally succeeded in obtaining a night club

with a liquor license, restaurant and package store.
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Members of this organization ore: John H. Wilson, president; Clarence Cooper,
vice president; Andrew J. Johnson, secretary;James Boyd, treasurer; John Hoskins, < ,
\ business manager; Aaron Davis, parliamentarian; Gus Williams, chaplain; Thomas -
Cherry, Smauel Lewis, Ira Maxwell, John Murphy, Henry Pride, Levon Smiley,and I
I Johnnie Simmons.

The Spacesetters is an organization that began as a help your buddy club. For
I[ several years this dynamic group of young black men helped a buddy by pooling a

] few dollars each payday to bridge the financial gap that sometimes occur because of wr i sd

[vacations.
they decided to hold in reserve some of these funds and organize *
A few years i/ ago, {?
of becoming businessmen. At this time many jL.
I a club for the express purpose __
people felt that this group could not be successful in their endeavors. These men -

were determined to prove that the people were wrong. They organized themselves and Popular radio disc jockey Milton, "Butterball" Smith is flanked by Vir-

[obtained a charter and worked diligently to attain their goals. ginia Smith and James Davis as he presented them with gold watches won

The Jet-Away Bar and Lounge is conveniently located at 2724 NW 36th Street as door prizes at the grand opening of the new Jet-Away Bar &, Lounge. Hun-

\and is open from 1:00 p.m. until 5:00 p.m. seven days a week. dreds of Miamians turned out to the opening I of the new black owned and
I Friday, Saturday and Sunday patrons can look forward to the soul music of Maxie
operated nightclub. Johnson of Miami photo.L .
Newbold and his band from 10 p.m. until??


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The Metro Transit Authority
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reported that the 1968 Pas- ................

CULMER NEIGHBORHOOD CENTER senger Accident Rate,was the ,

EOPI, Urban League along with Metro's Department of lowest in it's history.In .
Housing and Urban Development will sponsor a mass meeting making the announcement,
of all residents of the central area,who are concerned and interested MTA Chairman, Raymond W.
with planning for the redevelopment of this area. Butler, Jr., said that during
The meeting concerns recreational facilities for tots,teen- 1968, there were 6.80 acci- %

agers, and senior citizens. It will be held on April 8, at 8 dents for every million pas-
p.m. at EOPI. Culmer Neighborhood Center,490 NW 11th St. sengers carried and that the
Culmer Center entertains the; senior citizens of the central previous low of 8.83 had occurred -
area on Thursday at l'p.m.. with Easter festivities. An enjoy in 1961, prior to theAuthority's
take-over. The
able program gearedespeciallytoyou.Sopleasecome on over
MTA consolidated the four
to Culmer. Prior to the meeting, Mrs. Gladys Moss,Dade ex- \
isting lines and
County Search and Serve Project will give tetanus shots, 9 began operat- f/
ing the unified
a.m. Thursday after which a short meeting -then entertain- county-wide 4 :
transit
system in 1962.
ment and refreshments. Mrs. Ruth Coakley, senior citizens
counselor, Culmer,promises you'll enjoy yourself. Butler also said that during
HOMESTEAD & FLORIDA CITY NEIGHBORHOOD CENTER 1968, the Traffic Accident Head Start Artists I
Rate .
was 6.35 the lowest in
FUNDS APPROVED FOR AREA CENTER: MTA history.The Traffic Rateis The Coconut Grove Art Festival paper for the dates later in of Educational Programs;
The Department of HUD has approved a grant reservationof based accidents per 100-, will include art work done April and May. Plan now to Mrs. Ozora Shell, director of
$144,137 to assist Dade County in financing the proposed 000 miles of travel. The pre- by the children enrolled at visit these exhibits and see. Parent Participation, Dr. Al
Homestead-Florida City Neighborhood Center. CongressmanDante vious low of 6.54 occurred in Tucker and Carver Elemen- what the fascinating five year De r mer assistant project I
Fascell made the announcement from Washington late 1965. tary Schools this year Pictured olds are doing in Head Start manager; Miss Helen Stolte,
Tuesday. The approval of the grant reservation, Fascellsaid' "We are proud of the fact thai below are some of the five Mrs. Cecil Hack is director project head start manager.
gives the county the go ahead to prepare final plans for the while 1968 produced a record year olds in th e Dade County ._ -*- . -- ,-.
building in order to qualify for a grant contract. number of automobile regis- Public Schools busy brush ,. t avrt
The grant will cover two thirds of the estimated totalcost
trations in Dade County, our painting, finger painting,
of $200,306 for the center, to be located on the Florida City' and
accident statistics are the manipulating clay, cutting
side of Lucy Street at N. W. 6th Ct. The multi-service center lowest in our history," Butler pasting colored paper. Al- $ b
activities conducted at the JFK EOPI Centerin
will include now said. though these activities are
Homestead, with additional recreational activities to be part of the daily educational
provided by the county. "Our Safety and Training for the five
program year :
"We will be working very closely with citizen groups within Program has"produced excel- olds; one finds there is a bit
the area, particularly the local EOPI advisory board, in the lent results, Butler continued. more feverish activity in art a.
detailed planning," a spokesman in County Manager PorterHomer's I "During 1968,96 Bus Operators projects this month as prepa-
went without acci-
office said. rations get underway for the
The proposed center will be located on 2.8 acres of land. dents, 15 have been accident third annual Head Start Ex-
One acre is owned by Florida City and is now used as a "tot free for two years and we hibit. The theme for the 1969
lot", the city is donating this acre. The adjoining 1.8 acres even have one Bus Operatorwho display throughout the countyis
will be allocated in the 1969-70 county budget.It will be some has driven seven years "Learning Through Art."
months before detailed plans, architectural drawings etc.are without an accident." It is scheduled in this zone

ready to submit to HUD for final approval,and several months for April 11 13 at Coconut a
thereafter before the actual grant is made. The application Grove Elementary School.

for the grant reservation, approved Tuesday, was submittedlast BUNCHE PARK PTA Parents will serve as hosts
November. and hostesses on the days of
The Bunche Park Elemen- the exhibit.
CLEAN UP CAMPAIGN: w-Agz
r tary School PTA will meet ;
The Head Start Program in :
The Sanitation Committee, with Mrs.Wllla Harris as Chair-
I man of the Citizens' Governing Board in conjunction with the Monday, April 14, in the Dade County serves 3,150
school fcafetorium at 8 p.m. ,children in 37 elementary
City of Florida City has sponsored two successful clean-up
The election of officers will
; drives. The area covered was NW 8th Ct., 10th, 12th and 14th schools from Florida City to
be held and election of dele-
Streets. The City Florida City donated the use of two trucks. North Miami.
gates to short courses in Exhibits will be held in Cutler
There were approximately fifty neighborhood persons partici-
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Willie Gas on, PTA presi- Nor t h 81 d e Shopping Center '
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22 THE MIAMI TIMES, Friday, April 11, 1969


CARD OF THANKSThe RANGE ALBERT

.... .. , .
', ,, ,". ' L YW em.tes +a. i'I. "
I I CARDS MEMORIALS DEATHS I IAN family of the late ,( Mrs. Eliza Wilson of 1985

LUTHER HALL, JR. NW 58th St., died March 30,

who departed this life March she is survived by Mrs. Ma-

8,1969 wish to express sin tilda Baker, Lula Watson,Nellie -

EXPRESSION OF IN MEMORIALIn CARD OF THANKSThe cere thanks to all the neigh Harper,Irene Welcome,

SINCERE GRATITUDE loving memory of our family of the late bors and friends for their Albert and Willie Watson, Al-

dear mother DORIS EASON kindness during our bereave- fred Hayes. Services were

The family of the late, whom God called to rest on ment. held Saturday.

REV. MILTON FAYSON March 25, 1969, wish to ex- Special thanks to teachers,
press our thanks. To many principal, and entire staff of James Jamison, three year
who departed this life December friends and the neighbors of BTW High School, Mrs. Ber- old son of Mr. and Mrs. John
11,1968, at North Miami
Beach Convalescent Home, 73rd 74th 75th St. and to nice Flemings, the House of <, 'fw Jamison, died March 30. He

wish to express our profoundest Rev. S. L. Gay for his kindness Albert and Rev. Lester Albert. is survived by a brother John,

thanks to the pastor,of fic- and the comfort we need Jr.; two sisters Henriette and

ers, and members of Mt. Zion ed for that difficult time we also Laura B. Roberts, mother Viola ; two grandmothers.
AMB Church where we served thank the many friends for and FamilyIN Services were held Saturday.
four to the neighbors of
years;
152nd Terrace and 154th St.; the use of their cars, dona- .. M Gleenie Green of 1360 NW

St. Paul Institutional AME a tions, flowers, telegrams, Edward Hudson Parkerof 1st Ct., died March 30. He is
Church, its pastor officers, prayers and their acts of kind MEMORIAMIn senior survived by his wife Rosa; one
1325 NW 55th St. a
Presiding
and members Elder .
; ness. We wish to thank the Wo- son Ellis two daughters Cas-
H. J. Benson of the West Miami loving memory of our at Miami Jackson High School, ;
mens Auxiliary National Alliance sandra and Sylvia and mother
District, Presiding ElderF. son and brother died April 6, at Jackson Memorial ;
A. Allen of the Ft. Laud- of Postal Employees,the Hospital. He is sur- Hester, three brothers Er-
erdale District, the South Flori- National Federation of Post nest, Julian and Henry Jr.,
vived his and
by parents Mr.
da Conference Minis I I try and Office Motor Vehicle Em- two sisters Mattie and Emma.

Laity in its' entirity;the Rev. ":I.II"I4.: : :1LLI; .:. ,.ri_ ;I ployees No. 74, the Pro- Mrs. Edward Parker, Sr.; He was shipped to George-
r Abe Castor castor of Sellers three sisters Marie Smith,
MARY fessional Wheelers DorseyJr. town, S. C.
ARMBRETER ,
United Memorial Methodist Franc ina Kearse and Carolyn;
Church and.its president, who departed this life April High Food Service Assis- six brothers, William,Georgeand
8 1962. tance St. JamesAME Church Willie Thames of 1818 NW
Mrs.Edith Carpenter, the Con- James Hudson Raymond
ference Branch Missionary Department When my love to Christ grows Stewardess Board No. 2, Edward and Peter, Parker., 2nd Ct., died March 31. He Is<
of the South Florida weak, Brownsville Neighborhood survived by his wife Dorothy;
Services will be held Satur-
,Conference and its PresidentMrs. When for EOPI Manor Park Child P and mother Mrs. Janie
deeper faith I seek, 1 Levey;
day, p.m. at Jordan Grove
Jeanette Kelley.A .
Then In thought I go to thee, Opportunity Center and Baptist Church. three sisters, eight brothers.He .

great big thank you to Garden of Gethsemane! Brownsville Child Opportunity was shipped Wednesday to
Mrs.Josephene D. Mackey and When my love for man grows Center. Fred Horne,Jr.of 2245 Rut- :Summerton, D. C.

Mrs. Shorter for their partici- weak, Thanking each of you sin land St., Opa-locka, died recently -

pation in feeding the guests; When for stronger faith seek, cerely. May God bless each of in Hillsboro County as Willie Rivers of 21450 SW
St. James AME Church, Titus- a result of an automobile ac-
Hill of Calvary! I go 120th Ave., Goulds, died
ville, its pastor Rev. C. D. you.The cident. He was a teacher at
To thy scenes of fear and woe. Family March 31. He is survived by
Dixon, officers and members ,
who left no stone unturned in There behold His agony, MR. WILLIAM E. PORTERwho Lincoln Elementary School in his wife Willie Ruth, three

in their courtesies in our interment I i Suffered on the bitter tree; left us on April 8, 1967 Hillsboro and a graduate of sons, Eddie, Clarence and

services there., We will :See His anguish, See his faith, CARD OF THANKS and was laid to rest on April Dorsey High. He is survivedby Joseph; four grandchildren,

ever be grateful to Mr .. Mary Love triumphant still In death. We, the family of the later 15.Two his wife, Rose Mary; three one sister Bertha Conley. He
Lue Adams and the class of years have passed children; his father, Fred was shipped Friday to Ft.

Fashion of Miami Northwestern The familyIN since you left us, only the Horn, Sr.; step-mother, Mrs. Gaines, Georgia
Adult Department; and to Lord know the reason why. Nellie M. Horne;grandmotherMrs.
Mrs.Artie Richardson of Rich-
Elizabeth Lane. Ser-
her ef- Sadly missed by: Matthew Thompkin of 1971
ardsons' Mortuary and
ficient staff for their superb MEMORIAMIn Mr. and Mrs.Leroy Porter, vices will be Saturday, 2 p.m. Rutland St., died April 5. He

service and consideration.Rev. memory of Sr., parents at Mt. Tabor Baptist Church. is survived by two daughters

brothers and sisters. Mrs. Mary Louise Higgs of Pauline Hooks and Lois Jones;

Naomi Charles Fayson, 646 NW list St.,'died April 2. two sisters Esther Clark,

widow and the Family 6 6M SOUTH BROWARD She is survived by four daughters and Jessie Richardson; one

Rosalyn Horton, Anita brother Edward Thompkin.

s ": M,'Kay, Cynthia and Eva Dell Services will be held Saturday
=
CARD,OF THANKS N Higgs; one son, Hollis Horton; 2 p.m. at Mt. Zion AME.

her mother Estelle Delancya

The family of the lateMR. grandson, one brother Freddy Little Sherrie Deyan King,

; ,>";'. .', :Delanc}.;two sisters Eva Mae two month old daughter of Mr.

.< Williams and Elizabeth Hep and Mrs. Roger King of 1940

burn. Services will be Satur- Washington St., *15. She is

'lday 4 p.m. at Temple Baptist survived by two brothers and

TEE C e ', \\; DERRICK BRYANTwho 3 5 'Church. grandparents, uncle and

J departed this life Feb. 9, a 1 James Finder of 1940 NW aunts. Services were Tuesday

...: 1969, wish to express our 3rd Ave.,died April,at Jack- in the chapel.,

heartfelt thanks and sincere son Hospital. He is survived 1

ARTHUR C. DEAN appreciation to our numerous by three sisters Susan, Pris- Mrs. Rosie Prather of Rt.

who departed ths life April friends, and neighbors for the cilla Duncombe and Clara Pin- 2, Box 248 Perrine,died April

12, 1968. many kindness rendered during der; four brothers Wilfred, 4. She is survived by her aunt

our period of bereavement Clarence, Percy, and Rev. Mrs. Irene Langley. Servicesare

Edith Dean, wife Your prayers, visits, Louis C. Pinder,Jr..Arrange incomplete
.a. Huburt, Howard and Catherine telephone calls, telegrams, ments are incomplete.

OSWALD BEATHEL Dean, children cards, letters, and other acts Charles Ambrose,a pioneer Willie Logan of 2481 NW
Miss Lessie Lee Hudson of
wish to express our sincere Stephen and Joshua Dean, of kindness offered to us the Miamian of 11501/2 NW 5th 1623 NW 1st Ct. died 152nd Ter., died April 6. He
thanks to the many friends and grandsons comfort that we needed In or- 'Ct., died April 2, at Veterans April is survived by his wife Anne-
3 at Jackson She
neighbors for their cards eight brothers, three sisters, der to endure that difficult Hospital.: Services will be held Hospital. belle; one daughter Diana,one
is survived b a sister Susie
flowers and kindness shown one daughter-in-law, Maudell period. j Saturday, 2 p.m. at Temple y brother Fred; four sisters
Evans and two brothers Robert
In their bereavement. Special Dean, one granddaughter-in- Thanking each of you most Baptist Church, Rev. L. A. Ethel Scott, Lezer Dobron,
and Levi both of Hartford
thanks to Father Cooper, and law, "r l Dean_ sincerely May God continueto Thompson, officiating. He is Conn. Services, were held, A r v 111 a Mitchell, Earlene
bless you richly. survived by three daughters Taylor. Services are incomplete
special thanks to the House of ; Tuesday l1a.m.1n the chapel. -
Elizabeth J. Stone Marion ,
Albert. IN MEMORIAMIn .
Mrs. Emma M. Bryant
Ambrose and Elizabeth Johnnie Lee Jackson, Jr. of
mother and
family
]
Mrs. Olive Beathel and loving memory of my. Cleare; three sisters, Loretta 7102 NW 14th Ave., '#14 died
FamilyIN dear niece Beathel, Maedon Clear and April 4, at Jackson Hospital. RANGE
CARD OF THANKS Annie Stewart. A. Francis, He is survived by his parentsMr. John Wesley Lewis of 15945

., .anI", The family of the late 'directing. and Mrs Johnnie L.Jackson NW 21st Ave., Opa-lockadled

MEMORIAM .. h : MRS. DOROTHY Sr. Services were held recently at the VA Hospital.He .
( OVERSTREETwho Tuesday in the chapel. is survived by his wife

; departed this life March RANGE Annie Mae two daughters
+ < John W. Mitchell of 8816NW ;
In of dear wife '
our mother memory, daughter my and sis., r :' ... 22, 1969 wish to express our 22nd PI., died April 3. He Is Dianne and Laurise; his mo-

ter ; sincere thanks to the many survived by his wife, Cora ther, Estella; three sisters
i"r "t .
,'" friends and neighbors who extended five brothers Elister, Joseph Lillian Brooks, Frances Mor-
t.
"I. 'II" f their sympathy to us In Frank, Ross and Ray.Services gan and Mae Lizzie Lewis;

1r our bereavement. Thanks to will be held Thursday, 3 p.m. four brothers, Jone, Henry,
1 4 r 'T\ 1 all who sent flowers, tele- In the chapel. Robert and Isaac. Remains

P.wa. : I .,? grams and cards. were shipped to Marlon, Ala.
e \ 'f''l :'., Mrs. Mozell Davis of 1930
\ :: ." NW 70th St, died April 6. She
: < t';<" Mrs. Lee Freeman Maurice of 475
: > -' .--...--.....-...- is survived by two sons James Starling NW
daughter and Juniorflvedaughters .9th St., 22 died April 2, at
MRS. CARRIE Jackson Hospital. He Is survived -
BELL ROPER Vera Marren. Mattie Wood- ,
., who departed this life March CARD OF THANKSFor ard, 14 1969. three sisters and grand-
Lillie Mae Washington, and
k We who love you sadly miss 'lLawrence Carrie L. Offord. She will lie parents Mr. and Mrs. Robert

you, as it dawn a year In our JAMES H. HEASTIE in repose Thursday after 1 Starling. Graveside services

hearts in our lonely hours of who departed this life March p.m. until 11:30 a.m. Friday, were held Tuesday, 10 a.m.at

--- '- thinking, thoughts you are 14, 1969. Patterson of 1606 at which time she will be ship Lincoln Memorial'Park

4 MARJORIE A. K. PACK ever near. < We extend our sincere) NW 58th Ter., died April 6, ped to Sylvester, Ga. for ser- <'
thanks and appreciation to'the at VA Hospital. He is survivedby
who passed April 9, 1966. vices and burial
many friends and relatives for his wife Minnie; two sons

Harold Pack, husband Selena Sadly missed Jackson by:auntL. their sympathy, beautiful Willis 'and Lawrence, Jr.; his Eddie Lee Tyson of 1461 NW HIDE GRAY: HAIR

five children W. Wilson, uncle, flowers, and delicious food and mother Marie. He will lie in 70th St., died April 4 In Boca

Mrs. Pearlene Keels, Edna Thomas, aunt other expressions of sympa-, repose on Thursday, after 12 Raton, as a result of a drowning 5LICKBUCKteusu
thy during our recent bereave- noon. He will be shipped at accident. Among his survivors
mother Willie Lee Wilson brother
,
Elizabeth K. Ferguson and Seymore ,Wilson, uncle ment. 1:20 p.m. Friday Amerkus, include two cousins, ACTION
i Georgia. Burial will John and Char ICDlOIS""M"
Mae Keels sisters Oliver be In the lie. Services
Charley Roberson. cousin .
; Williams cousin Very sincerely yours, Andersonville National Cemetery will be'Saturday, 11 a.m. in 211SSU IIIIlIftICI
Daisy
and Family ,
..
The Heastie Family i the chapel. W 'I"'L'm'ltt lI



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THE MIAMI TIMES, Friday, April 11, 1969 23
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What Is O.I.C. ? Carver 3r


More and more people are not seek and get support from Ranches r

asking the question, what is industry, business and other P
OIC? How does it operate? segments of the community, y? hI
Who will it serve?' and many but it does mean that we will News (

more questions.This series of be planning our future and de- By Walter Bow
articles will attempt answer ter mining what is best for us. tl1
these questions and project the < }' ..iJnMILIIO..li.IwM B
OIC concept. WHAT KIND
OF
SKILLS The VFW Post No. 8195
Basically, OIC is a program TRAINING PROGRAMS WILL will hold its regular meeting
designed to train and re-train OIC HAVE?
Sunday, April 13, at 3 p.m. at
from the for
persons ghetto i I w
the post home. All officers
better employment. It There are thousands of good and members please be pres- /
means that one may be train- jobs joing begging; and thou- ent, business of importance.The .
ed for better paying Jobs to the sands of men and women with
extent that he is capable to undeveloped potentials. It is

learn and develop.It therefore necessary that ladies auxiliary to Post
means, that one may now these thousands of men and #8195 will hold their regular
realize his ambition to become women with undeveloped potentials meeting Sunday April 13, at

an electrician,carpenter, air be trained in the many 6 p.m. Members please be < 4 s r
line mechanic, computer pro- skills to meet these job de- present. Mrs. Addle James, .
grammer, secretary and many mands. president and Mrs. Ruth Scottis
other skills that were hereto-. Some of these job skills secretary. -p
fore only a dream in the hearts' are: Welders, air line me- .. r'

and minds of many young peo- chanics, draftsmen, carpen- VFW Post 8195 will hold Mr. and Mrs. Les Williams push their twin sons, Lance and Lemuel down
ple.It ters, plumbers electricians, its Saturday night fish fry at Biscayne Boulevard Easter the annual
Sunday during Twins Easter parade.
pipe filters I
that learn bricklayers
means as you ce- the post this weekend. The ot
and develop new skills and assume ment finishers, air conditioning public Is invited. Miami-Metro photo.

new, roles of responsi- and refrigeration, me- .
bility the higher you can go up chanics, painters, secre- Members of Post #8195 who
the ladder of success. This, taries, c 1 e rk- typist, stenographers attended the Veterans Hospital Palm Beach Coconut
means you can become a fore- cooks (all levels), Easter Sunday were: James

man, supervisor, general] stewards, managers(grocery, Wiggins, Madison James,
manager and ultimately own waitresses (for the plush hotels Ralph Seymour, C. B. Blount, Students Go Grove DARLENE BY

your own business, in the fieldof ), hostesses, electronic Morris Nelson, Lee Durium, JACKSONHighlights
your choice. technicians, power sewing James Pinkney and yours Back ToSchool
But this is not an easy task.It machine operators, cutters, truly. Members of the ladies
means that you must be wil- auto engine repairmen, body auxiliary were: Addle James,
ling to plan your course of action :.tendents repairmen, service station at- Dorothy Trotter, Ruth Scott,
service station
managers -
seek out and accept coun Ruth Hart and FranceniaStevenson A student boycott at three
electric meter read- IN OUR CHURCHES
selling by trained personnel, ers, key punch operators,programmers all of West Hollywood. all Negro high schools in :
begin studies and mostof Palm Beach ended
your, printers, line- ATTENTION ALL County St. Paul AME will have their annual Women's Day on the
all be willing to sacrifice Monday when almost 79
men, upholsterers, and many) per fourth Sunday in this month. Mrs. Clafornia Ross, Chairman.
the time and concen- KINDERGARTENWORKERS cent of the students returnedto
energy more good paying jobs. The Stirring Committee of the Women's Day for St. Paul
tration to become classes.
necessary AME are sponsoring ''a "Spring Tea" at the home of Mrs.
successful. WHERE WILL WE GO FOR There will be an Important The three-day boycott was Vera Storkey Thompson, 3576 Charles Avenue on Sunday,
THE TRAINING? meeting of the Independent settled amicably over the April 13 from 4 to 6 p.m
HOW CAN I BE A PART OF Since OIC will be new to Pre-School Organization Sat- weekend at a meeting between

OIC? Miami it will be impossible to urday, April 12, at R o 11 e' s Early and Orlando attorney IN OUR SCHOOLS:
The key to the success of have all of these skills programs Ridgeway Kindergarten, 5937 Paul parkins, 'who had suc-

OIC is and must be the par- ,in the beginning.How NW 22nd Ave., 5 p.m.. R. E. cessfully mediated similar The Coral Gables Cavaliers will play the Killian Cougars,
of all of the and student walkouts in two other
ticipation people whatever Copeland, president B.
ever, programs we Tuesday in a baseball game at Klllian.
community. Every segment of begin with, will be taught rightin Cox, is reporter. Florida cities.
the community must take a the OIC building. We will ------- IN OUR COMMUNITY:
keen interest. All of us must have the machines and other

be willing to make OIC a success equipment right on the premises Tampon Is First ,Black The Coconut Grove Community extend their sympathy to the

tt is therefore necessarythat that are necessary for your Adams family; who lost a beloved member of their family,
you put in some of the complete training. Mrs. Ruby Adams who was well known in the community.
money to make this program
In Southeast To Head
effective. No matter how small WHAT IS THE MINIMUM AC- On Saturday, April 5, Willie Blanche Daniels and Victor
the donation, you must give COUNT OF EDUCATION Storr was married at the Macedonia Baptist,after the wed-
something. For this is your NEEDED TO LEARN A SKILL ding ceremony gathering at the house later for the reception.
thing. You are a part of it. AT OIC? Housing Authoritytime Willie Blanche is the daughter of Mr. and Mrs Virgil
Simmons. Mr. James Williams was the director.On .
Join the OIC "Honor Roll"and OIC requires no diplomasor
feel proud that you are any particular grade level. A Negro was recently ap- staff members handle an
"building, baby,'building" All you would need is the abil- pointed executive Director of annual gross rent in excess of Easter Sunday,. the EOPI, ,of Coconut Grove with the
ity to read the materials you the Tampa Housing Authority. $3 million Overall, the Au- assistance of Coconut Grove Golfer's Association, the
WHO WILL HELP US? will be working with.And if you Howar F. Harris, 49, be- thority is a $31 million year American Legion Local 184, and the Coconut Grove Youth
"We help ourselves" is the cannot do this, we will even came the first member of his operation. Council gave a Easter Egg hunt for the kids in the area. The
motto of OIC. No one man, or 'help you overcome this. race to head a major local Mr. Harris has been with the hunt was held on the Elizabeth Virrick Park,2,000 kids came
small group of people can do it Many persons who come to housing authority in the South- 19 years. He has spent the last out and showed their appreciation.There .

for us, but if we all do our OIC have been self-educated, eastern United States when he three years as assistant director -
and before that he had will be a Advisory Committee meeting of the N.DP.
part we can build anything;for but they had the will and determination was chosen to bis new post by
served 16 area in Coconut Grove, Thursday, April 10 at 8:00 p.m.
years as project
Authority
our betterment that we want to. to learn and Im- the Tampa Housing
This does not that will Board of Commissioners on manager of the college hill:
mean we prove themselves.We can help
housing project. The new executive Dinners will be sold at St. Paul AME Church in the annexon
you, if you want to help yourself March 11.
12 at 11
Saturday April beginning a.m.
director joined the ,
"Build baby, build." The Tampa Housing Author
DEATHS AT BAIN'S Next week we will talk about ity Is the seventh largest such housing authority in 1949 aftera
the freeder program and the body in the Southeast,with 11- number of years in private
Emmett Palmer of 416SW. skills center. 200 tenants living in 3,768 Industry and teaching.
6th Terrace, Homestead, Fla. housing units. Some 130 full- Mr. Harris 'was born In OR I . I I
died on April 4, at Homestead Monticello, Arkansas, in 1909
Florida. and attended LeMoyne College

Palmer Is survived by his WGBS Hires Black NewsmanWalk before taking a B.A. degree
wife Mable, of Homestead one from A t1 ant a University in
stepdaughter two brothers, 1929. He has also taken
,
four sisters, and a host of Swinton, 24, has been A native of Avon Park,Swin courses at Harvard University -
other relatives. The remainsof hired by radio station WGBSas ton came to Miami from New Boston Teacher's College,
Mr. palmer were shipped a newsman and correspondent. York. He formerly worked . on Thursday AprU 10,to Wino- Swinton joins China with WGNY in Newburgh where Florida He Is a member of
na, Mississippi. Valles who is a regular disc he did news and a weekly pro NAHRO, NAACP, and the Urban -
jockey on the popular station. gram for a permanent home. League. He is married and

Edward Ferguson of 722SW the father of three children.

7th Street, Homestead died on -- - :.... - - - .- - - - - - -, mmmmmmmmmmjMiami
April 9, 'at the James Archer r--------------
Smith Hospital. Mr. Fergusonis I 8

survived by his wife Nellie : TimesSUBSCRPTON :
and other relatives.Mrs. .
"I
Ruby Elaine Adams of ORDER I" MR. LESTER ALBERT, OWNER

3435 Charles Avenue, Coco- ,' ;
,
nut Grove died suddenly April : ,Miami Times "Y i : We have kept the Faith . Your best

4, at the family residence.Mrs. . 6530 NW 15th Avenue ,," interest will always be served when you call
Adams is survived by I Miami, Florida 33147 : N
the .
.
her husband John, two I .

daughters, two sons, mother I Enclosed is $5.00 to cover the cost of a one year subscription. to .
Rovena, stepfather David, one .' House of AlbertWhere
Miami Times. .
brother William, one devoted I The .' ..

slster-in-lawFrankie, grandmother I Mail Paper ** : '- .. P service begins and never ends
aunts .
Annfet four ,
THREE LOCATIONS TO SERVE YOU
three uncles., Funeral ser- I
vices for Mrs. Adams will be I Address LIBERTY CITY OPA-LOCKA PERRINE

held on Saturday morning at : State Zip Code : 69L7661 MU 8'3311 238'8801I '
11 a.m. at the Christ Episcopal City.. I

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24 THE MIAMI TIMES Friday, April 11, 1969

S

Miami Native Son


Writes Again;
.
The Reverend S. H. Bowles 1 Corinthians 15:19 verse V .b

Pastor of the Pentecostal reads: If in this life only we
Apostolic Faith Tabernacle. have hope in Christ, we are of
Our subject was built upon all men most miserable.
Judas Plot against our Lord Jesus death lifts us from

and Saviour Jesus Christ. dispare: It gives us hope fora .gyut
What was the result or out better tomorrow -- a better a
come of Judas plot againstthe
because Jesus consecrated -
Christ? We all know that day,

I err Iou lilt ffllurrl) ) &nt l8t the result was death on a cruel consecrated the cross.A cross I'll bear

Cross: "
t till death shall set me free
Thinking of Good Friday,
NEW MT. MORIAH ZiON HOPE we no-doubt will retrospect a and then go home a crown to

panorama of familiar places, wear GREATER BETHLEHEM I
Rev. Paul Freeman,pastor For there is a crown for all of
Rev. A, L. Shipp, pastor of Jerusalem or Golgotha 0
Evelyn Souter, reporterOur Bessie Williams,reporter yes of the cities of our beloved God's people that are pre- Rev C. H, Smith, pastor Hopkins, chairman and Sis.
Women's Day will be the Preaching for revival will states and country; of Tex pared to follow the Lord. Mary Hopkins, reporter Mary Clayton, is cochairman -
fourth Sunday with Mrs. Cyn- begin Monday at 7:30: p.m. as the city of Dallas, Mississippi We are so soon to forget the There will be baptism the ,

thia Knowles as morning Rev. J. E, McCrary of Sara- Memphis Tennessee, happenings that have accur- second Sunday, at 8 a.m. April 16, Rev. Preston and
sota will be the It ed around us of which we There willbeaMuslcalSpectacular
evangelist. ;
speaker and Evangelist AgnesE. Florida in remembrance of the congregation from Peaceful
will be 'in for ten have learned many great lessons featuring vari-
process ,
Washington of Washington, Honorable Judge Chilling- Zion will render service in
nights. Friday,April25, it will Will we forget the blessings ous choirs of the city, April
Could
D. C. as evening speaker. Mrs. worth. we forget our behalf of the Junior choir.
Venola Simpkins is the chair- come conclusion.The pub boys in Vietnam J 111! I of the Cross? 11-13.
II man of our Women's Day,Mrs. lic Is Invited to come out and Women's Day will be the Don't forget to pray for our
Lucille Shipp rind Mrs. Llllle take part In this soul saving third Sunday In May,Sis. Mary sick and shut-Ins.
Jones are co-chairmen. mission. The church is locat-
ed at 5129 NW 17th Avenue.
Baptism services will be the
third Sunday morning at 9:00. Sunday, April 13, the Home ,:... !<, j ST. PAULRev. GRACERev.
Mission Is sponsoring a tea at W. F. Savoy pastor
We were happy to have '. T. C. Kelley pastor, ,
,
President John D. Brooke of the home of Sis. Linder, 2043 ; w Mary Amos reporter I This Sunday will begin a
NW 51st St. at 3 The I' t series' of Spring ''sermons
the Community School of Bible p.m. : The Cathedral Choir invites
of Detroit, Michigan and his public is cordially Invited tq you to their annual Tea Sunday on the Bible as the word of God.
family to worship with us last come out and help. In behalfof April 13 from 4 6p.m.atthe, Visiting with us will be the
Sunday morning. Mr. Brooke, their anniversary. Sister rhnroh Golden Age Club, Mrs. Spero

delivered the message. Annie L. Armstrong,Is presi- April 13, the Rev. T, E. Valdez, president.At .
There will be an after ser- dent. Wright and congregation of St. 4 p.m. Sunday, we will be
vice program Sunday night, Friday night,the church will Paul, Coconut Grove will wor- favored with an outstanding
featuring "The Spiritual accompany the pastor to Will ship with us at 7 p.m.the pas- program of musicby the youth
Melodies" In behalf of our W 0- Rock Baptist Church Rev.Andrew tor is asking all officers, and choir of the Episcopal Churchof
men's Day, sponsored by Mrs. Jackson pastor, at 79th members to come out and the Transfiguration in Opa-
Shipp and Mrs. Taylor. The Street and 9th Avenue. Both make a good showing. locka. We thank Father Ellsha
choirs and ushers' board officers and his wife for making
public Is invited. A. Beginning the first Sunday in Clarke
Prayer service each Thurs- and members areask- i May we are asking all Junior this occasion possible.On .
day at 8 p.m. MaleChorusre- ed to be present. church members to wear white Sunday, April 20,we will
hearsal Saturday at 8 p.m. Don't forget the sick, shut- and a head piece on every first spend the day with the Trinity
Please pray for our pastor ins, and members of bereaved Sunday. Presbyterian Church In Key

a safe return trip and for our families In your prayers. The C. A, Gibbs Club will West, Rev. Thurlow Weed,

sick, Mr. J. Anderson, shut- meet at 5:30 p.m. Sunday, pastor. You are invited to
ins, bereaved families and ST. MARY'SRev. April 13, at the church, busi- come. The round trip fare Is
those in the armed services. King And Queen Of Greater ness of Importance. $5.00. The bus will leave Miami -
Visitors are always welcome H. V. Stuart, pastor There will be a dinner sale at 5:30a.m.and start back
All members of Ushers' Bethel AME Youth Church at the home of Mr.Ollie Allen, from Key West at 4 p.m.
GREATER NEWMACEDONIA Board No. 1 and 2 are askedto 'of': 826 NW 76th St..Saturday to
meet at the church Monday, On Sunday afternoon, one of tificates awards for out-
at 8 p.m. Business of Impor- the most unique programs was stand Ing financial reports. benefit men's day. MILLROCKRev.
Rev. Roscoe Jackson,pastor tance. We are thankful tohave rendered by the youth of the The youth were' praised highlyfor Say a prayer for our sick
Willie J. Beard, reporter leader Selina Farrlngtonhome Junior church. Miss Beverly their financial effort which and shut-in and pray for their A. Jackson, pastor,

The members of choir No. from the hospital. Our special Champion, a Junior, at North- totaled to the amount of over recovery. 970 NW 79th Street
2 will begin celebrating their prayers to her and Brother western High School who was $500.00.At Rev. Paul Freeman and con-
fourth anniversary on Friday Roberts In the old folk home the youth day speaker capti- the 11 a.m. worship hour gregation of Zion Hope will ben
night and conclude Sunday, at and all our other sick and shut- vated a massive and grateful Mrs. Maedon Bullard gave a SHILOHRev. charge of church services

3 p.m. ins. Let us visit them as often'as audience with a masterpiece most dynamic and challenging A. M,Griffin,pastor Friday night, April 11. We
On Friday, at 8 p.m a Mu- possible. Visitors are always entitled "Get Up And Go." speech on the subject, Wo- Cheryl English, reporter are asking all members and
sical Program will be held welcome. At the climax of this occas- men's Power for the Master. Brother Otis Wright and the friends for their loyal support.
featuring some outstand- ion Arlester Shorter and Jan- The day was beautifully spent Spiritual Harmonizers will be Prayer meeting for revival
ing choirs and groups of the Ice Johnson were crowned and financially successful to ;here meeting will begin Tuesday
Sunday night after service -
city.Sunday MEMORIAL, BAPTISTRev. King and Queen for the year, the tune of $8,570.00. In behalf of Women's Day. night after the second Sunday.Rev. .
at 3 p.m. a Musical I C. Mlcklns,pastor 1969. Red Circle and Sunshine E. Milton pastor of
Program will conclude their Lucille Beckett, reporter Pamela Walker,Bernice Band will meet Saturday at 3 Tabernacle M. B. Church will
anniversary. Again, some of The evening message was Sawyer, Darnella Solas and NEW PROVIDENCERev. start the revival Monday night
the most outstanding choirs Deidra Curry were given cer- p.m.Deacon the third
delivered by the Rev. Richard after Sunday.Everyone -
Davis and
and groups of the city will appear C. J. Burney,pastor George is Invited.
Carter Institutional Ministerof
the Southern Trumpets will be
Arsula Edwards
on program.A Florida Memorial College. ,reporterOur Don't forget to pray for the
cordial invitation Is ex- ANNOUNCEMENTThe pastor and memberswho here the third Sunday after
'I I Holy communion was ad- service in behalf of the No. 1 sick and shut-ins.
tended to each and everyone'to are now attending the Gen- -
ministered at both services. Deaconess and Stew-
Ushes' Board.
come out and observe eral State Baptist ConventionIn
help us -
Please continue to make our ardess Union will meet Sun- Homecoming will be the
this Pensacola, desire the pray-
anniversary.
Deacon Henry Jefferson, church your choice of worship, day, April 13, 3 p.m.at Greater ers of the church for a safe fourth Sunday In April at 11 JORDAN GROVE
president and Sister EuniceM. pray: Lord, make us aware Israel Baptist Church, 160 a.m. Rev. Roscoe Jackson and

Wall, vice president. today because Christ lives, NW 18th st, Miami. Rev. P.D. trip.There ,will be a battle of congregation of New Mace- Rev. Douglas Cook,pastor
we shall live also. Brantley, pastor. songs between choir No. 1 of donia will be in charge of the Eddie Gilbert, reporterThe

". aw ........ .' ''' ,. ...,., Greater New Bethel and Choir services. No. 2 choir will sponsora
!
--r .t ;1r .f'1'
arwapr "'1' ,!;." ! '\ !, 'Jtt j ,It It;. ; !f' I I"t No. 1 of New Providence,Sun Women's Day is'the fourth pre Women's Day program
I ,i'0," ,t' ,"" I day, April 13, at Greater New Sunday in May, Sis. Louise this Sunday at 3 p.m.The public -
'
,; : Bethel of Opa-locka, Rev. Knapp chairman and Sister is invited.
W. K. Smith, pastor at 2:30 Ella Elam, is co-chairman. Deacon Pollock president of
p.m. plan now to attend. The Pastors Aid Club will the ,Willing Workers Club invites -

1 Consecration hour of prayer meet Thursday, April 10, 8 you to a tea this Saturday
Is held each Sunday at 5 p.m. at the home of Sis. Ann night at the home of Sis.Sarah
Gibson, 1475 NW 61st St. #20. Gibson, 4486 NW 21st Ave.,
a.m.Bible Class andprayerservice at 8:00.
I Funeral services for Edward
II I each Tuesdayat7:30p.m.Continue DRAKE MEMORIAL -
I in prayer .for those Parker Jr. will be held

J who are sick,shut-In and those Rev. J. W. Dunn, pastorN. Saturday at the church. Let us
who are bereaved. Visitorsare T. Green, reporter pray for the Parkers' during

..... always welcome. .. Many thanks to Sister 0.: their bereavement.
Berry and Brother Frank Mc-

MT.PLEASANT Koy for the beautiful plants THANKFUL BAPTIST
and flowers they gave to beautify -

Rev. A.H. Lockett, pastorA our sanctuary. Sister Rev. C.T. Ramsey,pastor
M. Hollimon, reporterThe Dorothy Brown directed the On Sunday, 3 p.m. the King
members and friendsare arrangement of the flowersand Belairs Gospel Singers will
anticipating a wonderful plants. observe their reunion pro-
Women's Day. Our theme is Our Deacons are making gram at the church,a programhas
"Fruits of the righteous Wo- plans for their anniversaryand been planned'for your en-
men", Speaker for the morn- homecoming. The fourth joyment. ..
.: CHRISTIAN VALLEYI' ing will be Mrs. W.. E, Sims. Sunday in April will be the time We are still'' in our drive
The chairman Mrs. Bennett for this observance. Please which will climax the fourth

Elder A. Ford, pastor Christian Valley will celebrate dale, at 2 p.m. There will be and 'chairman Mrs. Lundyare circle your calendar and planto Sunday night.
"faith" in action
putting
Blondie Higgins,reporter their 11th Anniversarythis several outstanding groups worship wth us. Weekly prayer services on
with special efforts. We know
Sunday at Walkers Ele- appearing on this program. Please remember to visit Wednesday night at 8:00.

The Mother Ford Course of mentary School, Ft. Louder: Mother Ford, manager_ to the reach members their are goal.also working. and ins.pray for the! sick and shut- shut-Ins.Lets remember our sick and



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THE MIAMI TIMES, Friday, April 11, 1969 25


Elks Prepare For CHRIST CHRISTIAN SCIENCEFifth Mt. Zion Celebrates Annual Go to

Canon T. R. Gibson, rector I
State AssociationOn Antoinette Silva,reporter Church of Christ, Church DayOn
Scientist
On Monday afternoon, the 1600 NW 54th St.,
Sunday morning April 13 liceraan Frank Cohen and children of the Sunday School welcomes all. WMBM, the radio Sunday, April 20, in the pose of worshipping God.
a bus will leave the home of granddaughter of Dt. Sarah enjoyed a marvelous Easter station, which broadcasts morning and evening service, God so loved the world that

Dt. Ruler Alto Screen to take Smalley will be among thoseon party given by the teachers. "The Bible Speaks to you" Ward No. 2 under the sponsor- He gave His only son. Let us

Elks, Juveniles, and friendsto the committee also the attractive Special thanks was given to' program, at 1:45 pmwill dis- ship of Mrs. Georgia T. Nel- express our appreciation for

Lakeland, Florida where Dt.Fannle Mae Moton Mrs. Fredericka Brown Mrs. cuss the subject this Sunday, son, president and Brother all of>this by witnessing for

the state association guided and several others. Mrs.Iris Brandhilda Moore, Mr.Ronald Preparing for Marriage. Howard Bryant, Deacon, will Him in an effort to bring about
and presided over by brotherW. Richardson daughter of Mr. Thompson and Miss Antoi- Many look to marriage to find celebrate its annual Go To the Kingdom of God here on

0. Perry and Dt. Thoma- and Mrs. Lee Mickell has applied -nette Silva for such a wonderful happiness. Later they may Church Day. earth so that all men will be
senia Floyd will get under way. for membership Dt. affair. wonder whether marriagesare You are Invited to come and free

A good time is planned for all Vasti Armbrister will serveas Get well wishes are extended made in heaven after all! bring your family and friendsto Rev. Edward T. Graham,
who attend as only the Elks can a consultant for the five to Mrs. Bernice Hunt and But we can look beyond the Mt.Z ion Church for the pur- minister.
give. Private homes and ho- ]hundred tea. Dr. Armbrister Mr. Daniel McKenzie and also faltering human sense of love

tels are all hanging the wel- knows her way around socially. Mrs. Eloise Thompson to God and'we can find a per- Baptist Women's Council
come sign for delegates and Sincere sympathy is ex- manent basis for a joining of I
hearts Be sure to listen. Mission & Educational
their friends. j tended to the family of the BanquetElaborate

The Five Hundred Tea is Dt. Alto Screenhas done the :late Ruby Adams. Services plans are being vent on will deliver a chal-

now getting under way and this impossible with the increase'will be held Saturday. MT. CALVARY made for the third annual Ban- lenging address. Dr. Holley is
will be quite a glamourous affair of the membership also the financial quet sponsored by the Baptist also the first vicepresidentof

and is expected to excel growth of the temple, NEW BETHEL Rev. S.Atchison,pastor Women's Council to be held at the Women's National Bap-
those of 3 yesteryear. Dt. and the daughters take great Phyllis Beal, reporter St. John Baptist Church, tist Convention. Mrs. Virgie

Loretta Cohen the wife of po- pride in saluting her. Rev Ernest Williams, pastor Sunday, April 27,the women (Johnson Hall)on Friday evenIng Hill president of the Mis-

Alice Harris, reporter will observe their annual April 25, at 8 o'clock. sionary Society of First Bap-

GREATERNEW Sunday is Memorial Day, "Mark Women's Day". Come Mrs. L C. Mickins is the gen- tist Church in Opa-locka, Mrs.
BETHEL ZION HILL we are asking you to bring out and see the Mt. Calvary eral chairman and quite an Samuel Atchinson of Mt. Cal- ..

flowers for your love ones women in action. elaborate program has been vary Baptist Church and Mrs.
Rev. W. K. Smith, pastor Rev. James Pickett, pastor Our youth are sponsoring a Barbecue will be sold at the arranged. Willie Temple of First Bap-

Alice Irving, reporterYou Dinners,are being sold trip to Pirates World Satur- church this Saturday at noon in Aside from contributing to tist Church inBrownsvillearecoordinators

tea sponsored are invited by to Deaconess attend a every Saturday at the church, day, April 19 behalf of Men's behalf of the special chorus. Missions, Florida Memorial .

phone 633-5685. Day. You may purchase a ticket College will be given_ample
Board No. 2 Saturday night to There will be service ren- from Dwight Williams at Please pray for and visit consideration, the women

be held at the church The dered at the church this Sun the church. the sick and shut-ins. Sister stated.It is our school and MT. SINAI

famous C Lord C's will be day at 3 p.m. The Cathedral Choir is having Eddie Lee King is sick and in we must support"Dr.SusieC.

guest. This program is in behalf On the third Sunday at 3 p.m. a "Sing into Spring with the hospital. Holley, president of the The Local Hospitality Com-
of Women's mittee of the National S S and
Day. there will be a musical pro- God" Sunday, April 20, at the Baptist Women's State Con- .
Choir No. 1 invites you to a BTU Congress extend an invitation
gram sponsored by Sis.Bertha church during the morning MT. OLIVETTE
musical contest to be held at to the membership to
the church Davis. service. LILLY WHITE NEWS work on this committee. Interested
Sunday afternoon. Barbecue is sold every Thaddeus Bethel is at Vic- R's full steam ahead in our -

The Male Chorus is, in Friday night at the church,you toria Hospital, Deacon Ernest plans for Women's Day. Mrs. People are still talking persons may contact
charge of the Sunday School are welcome to stop by and Moss is at Venetian Nursing Carolyn Davis and Mrs. about the Calendar Feast held Sis. L. E. Thomas, cochairman. -

Auxiliary Class Sunday. purchase a sandwich. Home and Bro.John Ferguson. Marion Arlnah are in chargeof at Greater Bethel AME .
On our sick list are: Sis. the baby contest and are Church where The deadline for auxiliaries
The ladies are working hard Visit the sick please.CHURCH Mrs. Margaret
Catherine'' Jackson, Mt. Sinai toward their:Annual Women'sDay asking all persons interestedin Carey was honored. We salute and organizations to place ads
Sis. Ruby Shine, home; Sis. which will be held the sponsoring a baby to con- and congratulate you. in the S. S. and BTU Congress
Rosa Davis, home;Sis Gladys third Sunday in May. OF THE tact them for information and The winnes of the hatshoware souvenir book is April 15.You
Jackson home and Sister may contact Sis.E. Ingram for
; OPEN DOOR tickets. Mrs. Smith
Sister Steven is home sick. Mrs. McBride -
Veronice Ricks, Town House Deacon Clark is in the hospital Annette McNeal, reporterThe The Pulpit Committee is no- and Mrs. Shaw. further information.
Ward No. 2 will meet
after
Nursing bome.Remember all members that Sunday
church welcomes tothe tifying Executive Board meetingwas
our pastor and pulpit on Sunday Rev. JamesE. morning, April 20 is Elec- held at the home of Mr. morning service Sunday lathe

his wife, who are attending the Jones, minister of the tion Day. We will be voting fora and Mrs. Claude Thomas Sun- annex.
Sunday School and BTU Con- ST. JAMES Westminister Presbyterian pastor. All members are day, after plans and business
vention in Pensacola, in our asked to be present. matters were discussed the
in Cali ,
Rev. S. L. Gay, pastor Church Los Angeles,
prayers. Joseph Marshall, reporter_ fornia. members were surprised by NEW HOPE

Mrs Merlon Daniels and the ,Rev. Jones also ,serves:ag Mr. Thomas with a birthday
PILGRIM REST Rev. W. E. Sims
pastor
CHRISTIAN dinner given in his honor ,
of Education
Hospitality Club are having a President of the Board Loraine

FELLOWSHIP "pie walk, Thursday, 8 p.m. of Los Angeles. He was Rev. James Nelson, pastor Served was turkey with dres- Thursday Fuller at 8 ,p.m.reporter'is our
at the home of Mrs. Ella L. elected to the school board Myrtice Hicks, reporter sing and all the trimmings.
Rev. P. S. Brown, pastor regular prayer meeting'and
M. L. Nixon, reporter Wright, 1941 NW list St. four years ago and will run There will be Baptism Sun- Bible class. Everyone is welcome -
Please attend. again this term. day morning and we're askingall
Dinner sales at the home of SONG FEST .
There will be a night of The church presents its candidates to be at the
13
Brother Harold Sharpe will be Sunday, April from 4 to
ready by noon time Saturdayand games and fun Saturday at the first annual Pink Tea Sunday, church no later than 7 a.m. There will be a song test 6 p.m. the Pastor's Aid Club
available until after 5 p.m. home of Mrs! Cora Lee Stoney May 4. The Pink Tea is held The week coming up to third at Metropolitan AME Church, will sponsor their flrstSpring

Call NE 4-1465 for deliveryor 9811 NW 26th Ave. Sunday,I annually in many of the United Sunday we have some fine min- 1778 NW 69th St. on Saturday, Tea at the home of Sister Geneva -
April 13 there will be a dinner Churches of Christ. This project isters and their congregation .April 12, at 8 p.m. Manuel, 1195 NW 48th
come to 3274 NW 49th St. sale at the church. is one way many of the to come in and render ser- Come one come all and bring

to enjoy a delicious meal and Mr. Ronald Williams will churches have raised plus vice in behalf of women's day your shouting shoes. Featured St.Let us continue to pray for

fellowship together. preach his trial sermon, Sun- funds for the work of the This Sunday, at 3 p.m. Rev. on the program will be the and visit our sick and shut-ins
will beheldat ,
Prayer meeting day at 6 p.m. church in the world. Smith and congregation from Florida Stars and many other they need your comfort and

Baker the 1550 home NW of Deacon 63rdSt.J.Make D. The Sampsonites and their Union Grove Baptist will be in groups. Rev. J. J. Williams Ispastor strength in their time of weakness -

president Mrs. Magdalene charge of service. .
Sunday a special day by.coming -
,Ambrose are having their 19th FIRST BAPTIST
with children to Sun-
your
Anniversary, Sunday, April
day School.All auxiliaries will 13, at 3:30 p.m.aprogramhas Rev. W. M. Davis, pastor
meet at the same time and the been planned for you. Donella Turner, reporterThe FRANKLIN'S CARPET
same place. Please be presentand pastor and members

on time. will worship with the Mt.Sinai 8650NW22NDAVENILFSPECIALIZING
Help and pray for the sick TABOR Baptist for the pastors anni-
MT.
and less fortunate. IN ,RUG SALES & CLEANING
versary, Rev.,J. E. Murray
Rev. James Hendon, pastor The No. 2 will render the song COMMERCIAL CLEANING & FLOOR WAXING
Wilhelmina Sands reporter
CORINTH Rev. Hendon, Deacon, Bru- will service serve.and all Ushers' Board ,CARPETING CLEANED IN'YOUR HOME OR OUR PLANT

Rev. M. L. Paschal,pastor ton, Bro. Cason, and Bro., Saturday Captain No. 3 will FREE ESTIMATES.IN.YOUR HOME'CALL 696-9133 OR 635-3641

Carolyn Ector, reporterThe Sallings left Monday morning sell dinners at the church,the 24 HOUR ANSWERING SERVICE
the State S.S. and .
program committee to attend captain is asking the coworkers If' Y Yf- ;
would like to thank everyonefor BTU Convention in Pensacola to and ... ,.j..1. 1 I
come help preparethe 1 : ""
:
choir f -o. .
<<
the
On Thursday youth I
their fine cooperation on dinners.
the Easter program on last along with the director Mr.R. Captain 5 will sponsor a Tea fIIIT: ( ,:,:;'" It : "" !
and other members will I ,
Speed .
Sunday afternoon.The Sunday from 4 to 6 p.m. We f"'t
/:;
chartered bus. I
leave by
church will render ser- are asking you and yours to ,i'l. .
the choir ,>I
vice Wednesday night at 49th Friday night youth join us. I
will meet other youth choirs ;, )r A
St. Baptist Church. The pastor -
',' (11 ,
in a contest. a ;; 4.:
is asking everyone to come
'
sick and shut- tf.I ')
and go. Rev. Stanley, pastor Pray for the 'i h, :;;',;>t. ,: g gl gn gr. hv.
,
Choir No. 1 will be honor ins. : iN..iI ,
__ I
.
MT. CARMEL I"'.,+ I'
guest at New Bethlehem Bap- '" "
tist Church Sunday at 3 p.m. FAITH CHAPEL AME Rev. D. A. Bradley,pastor ,/ II t.if

sponsored by the Liberty Louise McGriff, reporter ',
Choir Union of Greater Miami Davie, FloridaRev. There will be a tea at the "" ,

You are cordially invited R.G.Heastie,pastor home of Brother and Sister
Linda Wilson, reporterThe John Griffen on Sunday from
officers and members 3-5 p.m., at 95 NW 39th St.

wish to thank, all friends of Brother Griffen is running forking
MT.. AARON the Miami area for making of the No. 2 Choir.

pastorR. their first annual Spring Tea a Don't forget the pie sale and
Rev. 0. L.Sample,
success. Special thanks to car wash Saturday at the home
M, Hicks, reporter
of Brother and Sister Robert .
Choir _No.2ofSt.JamesAME
Sunday, April 13, at 4 p.m.
Miami and Bro. Joseph Mar- Cummings, 9010 NW 16th Ave.
the Ushers' Board will spon- ., t4
Call 696-0583 for delivery.
shall for their participation
sor a Calender Tea. You are
invited. the program. Special thanks Pray for those who have lost
of Mt. some of their love ones, the
also to the employees
Co Thursday night Rev.
for their sick and shut-iDs.Visitors are
Rahming and the Gospel Hospital generous We Carry Brand Home CarpetingDaughter
contributions to our always welcome. pray for the
Chorus will render a programat
men in Vietnam.
the church building fund.



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26, THE MIAMI TIMES. Friday, April 11, 1969


War Vet's 'Line Of Action' NowIn


Dade's Poverty EffortFrom II Lindsley'7Lumber


the froutlines of com-
bat in Korea to a frontline in

the War on Poverty seems y .

beyond the span of probability, .. 'I 1 I : l i'I/i i i l I I
but such is the experience of -f. I
GEORGIA-PACIFIC I II --
Alvin W. Houston. ,
At present, he is assisting ;'jjil .
Mrs. Frances Henderson,act- Philippine MahoganyPREFINISHED l'I'I' r' ; .

ing director of the EOPFs ''I it. I i..
Liberty City Area, where me- 4 J. i ) I .
-
mories of last August's riots .N I J l i I :.j
I l
are constantly renewed by the PANELING y I

stores sight of and still boarded-up- abandoned win- ?; l/( //, ,/ :'

Beautiful Philippine [ ; I ; /-1"
dows. Mahogany . I' ., !' / I
) "
The quiet and soft-spoken '. I
i/
Mr. Houston is no newcomerto factory finished by "t I i\ ,,
efforts to open opportunities professional methods J. ".'t ; Ito
to the disadvantaged andto ALVIN W. HOUSTON bring out the "BANANA" /:', t I \ I" n

break the cycle that binds others, Mr.lIouston'is cauti- warmth and elegrooved- 1/ / ./
ously optimistic about effortsof
the very poor from genera- gance of '' ft,!
tion to generation. He was one EOPI. "Since my association Random I .;.,,0' ,# t" 'i. ",
t. l'
with the I have '
of the first to Join the ranksof seen changes program in many,peopleI patterns. Stop in I / hi"y"'/ : } > If', '; ''": t-

EOPI when -it was formed have been associated with. and see this i )jl.nj/j. f '",1 !
four years ago. Now he is on
"loan" from the Liberty City They have taken advantage of outstandingbargain 4 x FOOT .t t" : r / > ,'j'
the opportunities offered and '
Neighborhood Center, where moved upward to better Jobs PANELSREG. ,/ .': ;'j;; ; :
he was hardship counselor.
The slender war veteran's and better homes. An exampleis $5.50"COCONUT" ( l l'i1 t 1
,
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experience college ranges education from an interrupted to- Job stepping a young Corps stone lady experience,to who a top used posi-as her'a 4. Philippine Mahogany r-50 1/iJ14x8 > ;:;i:, .4)1'l

in the where he
years army
tion with a large retail store, FT. Prefinished
held the rank of captain,and to and there are many others," PANELS.J.. ; i' r'I. fi
private business and now the ..
EOPL ''This broad and varied he Circumstances said. forced him 4 "SPICE" Philippine Mahogany 550" ; , Yr ,-'

experience has given him an to break off his career at .
4x8 FT. Prefinished PANELS
understanding of the human Morehouse College in Atlanta ,
factor, an essential in his after two years. He was ma-
present work. He moved into joring in science with the view

the anti-poverty effort, he of becoming a doctor. In 1935,
says simply, "because it give he came to Miami and was in Presto A new door ami your
me a chance to help the less business until he entered
fortunate." service in 1941. army 1 GIE BONDED ASPHALT h i borne has a new glamour!

Mr.. Houston is concerned Mr. Houston was discharged ROOFING PRODUCTS r

primarily with coordinatingaction in 1945, but was recalledto Outlltf "Imlnclbli" bjr WWMLR
between the Neighborhood active service three years 1
Center and Tacolcy .-- later. As a captain, he was in SLATE 322 I 0'I DOOR SALE
The Advisory Committee of combat in Korea,where he was ROLL ROOFING Ml$4H
Liberty City Youth. He men- wounded After spending
tions with pride the efforts of months in hospitals, he was You'll find many EXTRAS in LINDSLEY-RBC doors
the cleanup campaign, whichat given a discharge for medical ASPHALT FELT Ztz. Mt such as ADDED WIDTH ON the STILES and RAILSto
one point found from 200 reasons with a 65 percent disability 11 1' tSMUll. HIS .oI give more strength and stability also CLEAR
to 300 at work in vari- EDGE-GRAINED quality lumber for the FRAMING
persons rating.
I SOLID STEEP ASPHALT. 2.99 c'r"ur members and PRECISION fitted JOINTS. All
ous projects. Now, in the frontline of a far 1
0I' SANDED SMOOTH READY FOR an
ARE
With his prime concern on different kind of war, he recalls 3-TAB SHADO-BUILT DOORS
natural painted FINISH.
community action, Mr. Houston with a tinge of regret his ASPHALT SHINGLE 2 //I enhancing or
has no swivel chair position long ago ambition to become a ,,
The sparsely furnishedarea physician. But even a casual T .hlngl.Uniformly. .ch.Mnpl.thick-not to 31 Oil*Inch top imnuRtf ,, !I ::;.. !I : II E:) .. : A. SOLID CCRE LAUAN
headquarters, with its observer can see that he takes \ \ long I lined wld.. WIT ;;;:" ) ,/II ::'.':;:- 3FT.x8FT.8IN..
1 ) ,;; I ;, Hi IN. THICK
small staff of five and well deserved satis- i :. :
hardly deep TOP /OUNCE : II
seems like an adequate out- faction in helping cure some 1 k QUALITY :.: r\\ '''II, 0 I D j ; B. IAKEWOOO
1 ROOF MOPS30OUNCE..1.69ea. : ::. 3FT.x6FT.UN.
post in the war. And the term of society's present social and e "', >I '. '
I \ 1 1944N. THICK
"outpost" is used advisedly. economic ills E
As Mr. Houston says, "re- :.... ". C. CAPRI LOUVER
,
I : 3 FT. 6 FT 8.IN.I .
::, x
calling the past is only usefulin 't
I I Cure lor wet driveways when it rains- Hi IN THICK
furnishing guidelines for DIVERSIFIED I
the future." But prompted bya PUBLIC SERVICE ,i Eaves Guttering & Down Spout C.
8.
A.
question or so, he candidly
states that "the area is a hotbed AN 0NOTARY I Sl aINrCoHoTLTEYNPGE S 1
3" II
of discontent to the point ,PUBLIC wv..uu nw i
1 1YYMIM 1
where some aggravation could *
touch off trouble." S INCN-TYPE K 40 t
STANLEY SWEETING 10 FOOT IENCTN
He sees lack of adequate Tfr!l
Public Relations
housing as the thorniest prob-
lem, recalling that the already Consultant
formidable problem in the Theatrical Editor

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Has Not Arrived' In Mass Media


Despite the fact that black death," they state. modern demand for civil BUSINESS DIRECTORYLOUNGES I

faces have been appearing with They examine the relation- rights. Such reportage might
Increasing frequency In ad- ship of mass media to the Ne-' have helped make the Negro

vertisements, news programsand gro Ina lengthy section of their American an integral part of; CONTRACTORSJ.
TV dramas, little atten- book, "Responsibility in Mass his society than an unhappy LAUNDRY &

tion Is being given to the Communication,' to be pub- graft upon it," they EARL'S ZEBRA LOUNGE CLEANING CONSTRUCTION. H. COPELAND

everyday world of the Negroby lished on April 9 by Harper state. Earl 4400 Edwards NW 7th Avenue, WILLIAMS'TAILORS 2939 NW 48th Terrace
,v'' Prop.FUNERAL & CLEANERS
the mass media, say two & Row. Phone 634-6233
It is not to illus i N 1 Day Service Alteratlonl'4U2
necessary ..ndu.trlalCommerclolRuldentlol
communications experts from Although the Negro has a NW 27th Avenue
trate the point by analyzing ;a
Stanford University, WilliamL. full opportunity to observe the DIRECTORSMANKERMILTON 634-9251
Rivers and Wilbur white world through the mass sensationalist newspaper or
television station'in the
Schramm. media, few whites see Negroes bigo 6701 NW 15th Avenue
try belt. Some of the Negro'sfirmest 691.9151 A-I LABORNO
except when the black com-
"It is paradoxial, but true munity Is Inflamed,they state. friends in the mass RAHMINGS EVERGREEN Wanted FEF PAID DAILYDriver'
media Agents Men with cars,
that at a time when civil rights quite unconsciouslydistort MORTUARY ,
Fork lift, Lobpep., Ware
is front page language, the This country might not now the public view of his; 5253 NW 7th Avenue Agents to sell The Miami housemen. Open 5:30 a.m.
754.0682IMPORTEXPORT
Negro has not arrived. Only be experiencing such a cata- life, say professors Rivers 754.0681 or Times are wanted all over A-I

the superstars in entertain- clysmic period had the news and Schramm. Florida and Georgia. They

ment, athletics, and civil media made the nation awareof Life magazine,whch is edi- HOUSE OF 7 SEASBOUTIQUE may be boys and girls or EMPLOYMENTRestaurant

rights, like SammyDavisJr., the pitiful conditions of Negro torially so devoted to integra adults. Make spending Hotel
Willie Mays, and Martin Lu- life decades ago, they be- tion that legions of segrega Afro-Asian Fashions money. Write or call Mrs. Domestic, Factory

ther King, really matter.Only lieve. At the very least, journalistic tionists have cancelled their Jewelry Arts,, Crafts Perfumes Davis, 6530 NW 15th Ave., 534 N. MIAMI AVENUE
a few of the most enlightened explorations of ghetto subscriptions, has emphasized 6910421.
4409 NW 7th Avenue
newspapers give space to the existence would have created the violent aspect of Ne

tree landmarks of Negro existence an understanding of the vio- gro life. :DRESS SHOPS
A study of all the integra PATRICIA'S, INC.
birth marriage and
,
lence that
: the
accompanies 5843 NW 17th Avenue .
.
.tion-crisis photographs which 696.3515LORY'S MERCHANTS WHO ADVERTISE IN THE

appeared In Life during 1962 MIAMI TIMES ARE TELLING YOU THEY
and 1953 when most FASHION SHOPS
--period
6112 NW 7th Avenue APPRECIATE DOING BUSINESS WITH YOU.
Iota Phi Lambda Observes integration protests'werecharacterized
I Martin W. Smith
by passive resistance THEY ARE COURTEOUS, DEPENDABLE.

,National Business Week ..revealed that more i PLEASE PATRONIZE THEMI!
than half showed violence rather

Gamma Alpha Chapter, Iota Junior and senior high school than passive resistance. MUI1LVEK&K

phi Lambda Sorority, Inc. students to stress business
In contrast, only 20 percen) WE'VE MOVED!!!
of
Joins other chapters the opportunities and emphasizing -
sorority throughout the United preparedness; selectingand of the integration-crisis AtToftV TO YOU.No lU Magic City & Harlem Cabs

States and abroad in the ob- citing outstanding busi- photographs published during
the same period in Ebony pictured Other cars ult> lev* ptKeat Operating the Citgo Service' Station
servance of its 40th Annual ness men and women; select- ,I'FE T IMC |u f nt fed. SWf$ tr
National Business Week. ing outstanding student in violence. Moreover, NEW
NW 62 St.
business education; and con- nearly 10% of all the photographs LOCATION 1501
Iota Phi Lambda Sorority, of Negroes which appeared
ducting a chapter workshop on
Inc., an organization of busi- problems and procedures of an in Life during this NEW 696640'0DRIVERS

ness and professional women, organization.On period were of Black Muslims, SPRING IS HEREAnd PHONF
was founded In 1929 and has whereas only 1% of the pic
the fashions WANTED
Sunday,April 13,Gamma .10 are at:
its to promote interest tures in were oUhe
as purpose Ebony
Alpha Chapter will pay recognition my Full time or Part-time
in business education Muslims.
to its business -
outstanding
among high school and college woman outstanding "When whites attempt dressmaker Apply at C'fice

students; to encourage the business man and outstand- bridge the gulf of misunder

pursuit of higher education ing business student of the standing, they usually com 6026 NW 7th AVENUE

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provide scholarships for high at Bethany Seven Day Adventist the best will may use the most Tremendous Selections Do you have a SORE, RASH DISCHARGE;C?
school seniors who are inter wounding words, largely because
Church, 2500 NW 50th Alterations 'fast and free
ested in furthering their edu- they know so little of the IT COULD BE VD
St., at 4 p.m. with purchase of' garment.
field of business. context of life that they
cation In the Negro ;
Pants &
The public is Invited to the Skirts are Our I
The sorority also encourages do not know which are the Speciality For confidential information and It

pioneering in business and the program.ANNOUNCEMENT.5 words that wound,"write Pro free treatment
expansion and development of fessors Rivers and Schramm;
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28 THE MIAMI' TIMES, Friday, April 11, 1969
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r- with.- ., Junior Achievement Program Promotes Free .

Spearing .......

/If;'

't Enterprise SystemThe

term BLOT as the name and sale of a product. At the and individualize automobile set, and the license plates are
51 of a corporate entity operating end of" the school year, the license plates. The ash trays for motorists who want special
under the American books are balanced, and the are made from old bottles inscriptions to suit the areas
" BY HARRY SPEAR@w system of Free, Enterprisemay company,is.liquidated." melted down in a kiln and reshaped where.they live."
be a bit misleading until BLOT's' officers are Headedby in molds. As president
you learn that the letters stand Gloria Moss, 17,1231 N.W. Gloria explains: The flowers are priced at
for "Business Leaders of Tomorrow 58th St., president. is a "The old bottles cost noth- 75 cents, the ash trays at $1,
REFEREES CAN MAKE MISTAKESThe ." senior at Miami Jackson: High ing, and everybody either and the license plates at $1

And the misleading Impression School, anda second year smokes or gives ashtraysas and$1.25. They are sold most
Floridians are still in there fighting for first prize is completely reversed worker in Junior Achievementshe presents. The colored ly to parents, neighbors and
money, they defeated the Pipers, last years American basketball when you know that .. was the unanimous flowers are for the teenage family friends.
champs, by a score of 119 to 110 Monday night, entitling bLOT's common stock, choice of her company associates ! I," .
them to play here next Sunday, April 13 at Miami-Dade northat Issued, at $1 per value at the for the top post. '
8 p.m. Whether they win or loose the next three games, if start of the current school Linda Supple, 16, 14960 J M-DJC North CampusHappening
necessary they will return to Miami Dade at 8 p.m. April 16 year last fall, hadabookvalueof Egan Ln., Hialeah, of the Hialeah
for the final game. They play one at West Palm Beach, Wed $1.33 a share at the latest High School, was elected 1- 4u'
nesday, April 9, at 8 p.m. and the other three at Minneapolis. balancing of accounts. secretary of BLOT, but has
Jimmy Ellis WBA heavyweight champ stayed and enjoyed the since been succeeded by Justin
BLOT is the J un lor
game. He also received a new basketball Fulmore, of Miami Northwestern By WILLIAM"Sherb" PARKS
Achievement company sponsored Pat Bennett, 17, 740
by the Peoples Groupof
Watch for Miami Marlins Column next week when they arrive National Banks serving N.E. 3rd Pl., Hialeah also of ,,-
,.... from Spring training. This is a Baltimore farm team, .class A Hialeah High Schoolwas, elected
ball. North Dade County. It meets treasurer buT subsequentlywas Elections for the Student marched across the campus
every Tuesday from 7 to 9 Government were held on arms locked together and
succeeded by Ruth Houston
p.m. in a building owned by of last ."
and
GO MARCHING FAVORED IN PAM AMERICAN of Miami Northwestern. Tuesday Wednesday singing
the Peoples Banks' at 3525- A third Hialeah High School week. The election slate featured The final game of the Omega
fi.W. 79th Street. slates with Chi
Warner L. Jones' Go Marching will be the starting high student, Steve Walker, 15, two opposing Baskegball Tournamentwas
,weight under 126 pounds in the $50,000-added Pan American Other 'Junior Acheivement 6065 W. 10th Ave., is vice views. The ticket featuredthe played Thursday in the
Handicap that will feature Saturday's program at GulfstreamPark. companies meet Mondays and president in charge of manufacturing "Student Rights Commit J. F* K. Health Center. The
Wednesdays at the same hours Adolphus Thorton, tee" headed by black student championship game matches
Winner of two stakes at the' meeting, the Canadian Turf in three rooms on the second 18, 2198 N.W. 78th Ln., of George Nottage for president, Trl-Omega against Sigma
Handicap and ,the Appleton, Go Marching concedes eight, floor. The space is made Miami Northwestern, completes and the "All-Campus Team" Kappa Alpha The two teams
pounds to Gustave Rig's Blanquette, who captured the $75- available at nominal rentals, the setup of corporate headed by Augustin Pintoas reached the finals by leadingthe
000 Hialeah Turf Cup at a mile and a half. according to Roland M. Stafford officers. He is vice president its presidential candidate. tourneys two favored
Other likely candidates for this eight running of the Pan President, Peoples Na- in charge of sales. They opposed each other, in teams in Wednesday action..
American were James Cox, Brady's Hibernian ((114)), J. R.Champman's tional Bank of Commerce. Miss Moss explains that policies concerning the natureof Tri-Omega defeated Sigma
Out The Window ((114), Mac-Conn Farm's Irish Richard M. Livingston, Executive -' Junior Achievement companies student rights. ,Phi Delta and Sigma Kappa Alpha -
Rebellion ((112)), B. V. and Buxton M.Sturz'the Drizzler ((112)), Director of Junior are responsible for all The SRC stood on the basis turned back a cold soul
H. Schwartz' Royal Trace. ((111)) and S. Sommers' Mara Lark Achievement of Greater debts Incurred, and members of "letting the student have a ,team. 'Today's game is a tossup -
(108). Miami, explains the operationthis receive dividends at the end voice in affairs and be treat between Tri-Omega's de-
Irish Rebellion is the defending champion in the Pan American way:, of the year where profits are ed as an individual. While the liberate offense and Sigma
after running in a dead-heat with Estreno last year. Go "At the start of the school shown. Salaries paid by BLOT ACT stood on the slogan of Kappa Alpha's run and shoot
Marching has won six straight races at Gulfstream over the year, we go around to all Dade range from $4 a month for the "Rights not Riots." The two style of play.
past two seasons, Including the 1968 Hallandale. County schools, hold con president, to $3 a month for view points were heatedly ** *****
ferences with'the students,and the two vice presidents, and debated and sometimes' resulted Pledge classes of each fraternity
TRACK AND FIELD MEET SATURDAYThe outline Junior Achievement as $2.50 each for the secretaryand into shoving matches and sorority go Into
a way learning about American treasurer. Members of between devoted supporters their final week of orientationthis
First Annual "Golden Jaguar" Track and Field Meet Free Enterprise. This includes the company receive 20 centsan from each party. week. The final cuts have
will be held on Saturday, April 12 at the Miami-Dade Junior formation of a company hour for the time worked.As Results of the election were been made by each organization
College, South track. The preliminaries will begin at 11 a.m. with the election of officers, company products, made public on Thursday.The and the remaining pledgesare
with the final runnings at 1 p.m. issuance and sale of stock, BLOT selected ash trays, "All-Campus Team" won a considered as prospective
Six high ,school teams from Miami as well as teams from and selection, manufacture; brilliantly colored flowers, seat in '. (each office saved brothers and sisters. The
Blanche Ely High School, Pompano Beach and Dlllard High - - - - -- one of the senate seats which pledges have been oriented
School, Ft. Lauderdale will participate in the meet. Miami I, was filled by Clifford Cleare. secretly by all except the allblack
High Schools participating are Northwestern, Coral Park, But while the "All Campus Omega Phi Psi".Their
Killian, North Miami, LaSalle, and Palmetto. I Team" were enjoying a con pledges under the direction of
"MYTIME"
vincing victory, the other Dean of Pledges William
WHO'S NEXT party along with all black students parks have been Introduced
and other interested the campus time and time

Willie Mays,will Join the ranks of stars rushing into the fast people took part in memorial again. They march and singto
food franchising field. The famed San Francisco outfielder services for the late Dr. Mar- their unique i tunes. Good
tin Luther King Jr. luck to all those involved in
Friday announced formation of "Willie Mays Foods, Inc.," Fv PHIL DIXON
with headquarters in San Francisco. The chain's first unit is It wasproclalmedas"Black this activity.
under construction in Birmingham, Ala. Thursday" on campus by the ** *****
United Black Students president The campus was closed for
The first century of baseball has brought quite a few people Harry Rolle. ,After the Easter on Friday and reopened
"""4' ft, into the and with the latest line-up of the leagues and the ,
"f ::t" game; services were completed the on Tuesday. Until the next
," t b d divisions within the leagues, there will be quite a few more students all dressed in black time, be yourself.hot ...
i'L IW<,(',:, f' brought into the game. Speaking of divisions- here are my -
.
!I picks in each league- American league: eastBaltimore and
Detroit to battle it out right down to the wire, with the Yankees
: i% (remember them?)and Boston as dark horses: The American
LL: : : 4 _:L league west, I see Oakland's only competition at Minnesota -

The National League east I see St.Louis by more games I 1 .
': '
i than last year, their only worrYShould be Pittsburgh; In the I : "box.: ', "
t west, Cincinnati, and Atlanta will fight right down to the final ;
day,of the season, All .in all baseball should have another exciting ; .
'
,year, One ;thing I must warn you: on, look for a lot oi jr\elldICI. ( ; !
1,hits this year.. [ serve: .\
All of us who'hadcounted the Boston Celtics out.of the play'

-r offs.Ms year,,saw.the Boston, ,of old\last..week.After,that : ,,, , >, ,: :: "
x game, I won't surprised It the Celtics,take it all. / :: ;, -: ';/ '
:
The easier week-end brought a couple of old friends to town :: :' ,

who Insisted I follow them around to a couple of clubs. rm ..
: ., glad I was talked into going. At the Jet-away I found a club !; ; g i i'c"
owned and operated by a group of sky caps. These men pooled j ?
their resources, invested in the club; and now they share in il'i i
the accomplishment of having contributed to outstanding and >
r wholesome entertainment to the South Florida area. Also,

John(Mr. Pres), brought of guys out of hiding. Maxie ,',, : ,, '
Newbold's combo, really set the whole place dancing and pat "
ting their feet. :;
choose frorn bur favorites .. ;
ydiif ;fpybrit0s
Over at the Soul Place, I heard and saw a twelve year old .,. ; ." : "
:
soul sister, bringing out the soul in the place. Little Sarah, fbUTHFlORIDA'l'
Wallace I predict, will be the next local star that will put Miami ; ; awmninqet
more in the limelight.Sockltto them,"little Miss Soul."
Products manufactured and sold by the BLOT'Company This week's high school action won't be too good a picking;
of Junior Achievement are shown above, but the track stars will be back struggling in earnest on Saturday :|r f hoU ndi 11 I.'
and include brilliantly colored flowers for the teen- at Miami Dade south This Is an invitational, so I expectto f
see some of the best performers in the South Florida area. ,
individualized license plates for motorists Ill.
set
age I don't know if there is an event for the girls in the program;' -
and glass bottles melted down into ash trays for but r m sure the fans would en Joy seeing the RichmondPerrine \

everyone who smokes. BLOT is sponsored by the track club girls. I look for great things not only from the girls\ ;
Peoples Group of National Banks serving North but from the team itself. miami. beach I Ir

Dade County, and the letters stand for "Business QUICK NOTES: "Bro" Wilson Miami Dade north, is in
the process of getting an instructional baseball league together
the work ( !
Leaders of Tomorrow. Clockwise around
as soon as he gets the kinks Ironed out, he'll give me the >Lot; ii9MtAmLt-
bench from left to right are Sheldon Phillips, Jus- go ahead with the official announcement.

tine" Fulmore, Terrance Simpkins, Adolphus Thornton Sportsman of the week: "Kinky" Herout the years have TONIGHT 8 OHTSO.COU.IMy
and Ruth Houston. All are Miami NorthwesternHigh been good kid.
School students. Unltil the next meeting remain a good sport.

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REAL C calamity. This "MIP" is a headstone over the grave of On 61st Street
xOCI Cleanup |
special mortgage Insurance Ls ;, s.BtrY a claimant's deceased wife,
S t 0 t
premium of on which the claimant's name
1/2%
which is in
I !!.. RA addition to the Interest rate .N PIS 011.00.0000/ .h ..1JQHN and date of birth had been Jimmy Rochelle of the CEP tle up a little refreshmentsfor
that the mortgage itself carries Q.Pu8UC carved. The only thing mis- 'staff and John Bennett who the neighborhood kids who
*
) By FRED N and it is this fund that sing, he added, was the date works for the Tacolcy Youth pitch in to help them.It's surprising -

Two BETTELHEIM 3R. E FHA uses to pay off mortgageswhen FOR $OG I K rr tarot's M fMN. of death. Center have a thing going on how many volunteersJoin
.
need not to NW Gist Street between 12th
necessary. Most people go in once the Job gets started -

.E..... ...............'...............9.O..... >. o: R Years ago, the FHA mort- that extreme to establish their and 17th Avenues every Saturday .
: morning.
-::: gage rate was 4%plus the 1/2% age, Mr. Wofford said. There It's a real progressive step
One of the less happy things insurance, or 4 1/2% total. Nationally about 45 percent are a number of documentsthat These two young men have these young men are making
about FHA has to do with re- Now the rate is 71/2%plus the of the people applying for so- may be readily available. thrown themselves into a and the community should ap-
possessed homes. In this col- cial security retirement benefits Among these are school or their
1/2% for the total of 8%. Evi- miniature community action preciate efforts
umn we will try to explain dently most have a birth or baptismal church records, federal census -
people pay alright program by organizing neigh-
what happens when a homeowner certificate to their records employers or
because FHA has always made prove age. borhood volunteers to help
does not keep with Here in the Model union records children's
up money on its insurance fund. City ser- cleanup the area.According FOR SALE
the mortgage payments on a In fact, FHA is one of the few vice area, Mr. Charles E. birth certificates, immigration 3 bdrm garage, $300 down
home bought through FHA. government Wofford, social security offic- records, and others,he to Rochelle, $95 month
agencies
Under present marktt con nukes money Instead of cost-that er-ln-charge said, the, per- said. "Somebody is always talking 2267 NW 93rd Street
ditions, with such a high de- ing the taxpayers. centage is a little lower than If you are n e a r i n g retire- about how dirty we keep 'out : * *
mand for homes and especially the national average. In many ment age and do not have a rec- neighborhoods, but nobodydoes I 2 bedroom, 2 bath, $600
for those that already have When FHA does take back a areas of the country, he said, ord of your age, call or visit anything about it." These down, $125 month
FHA financing, it is a shame property, it has the place rehabilitated the keeping of birth recordswas your social security office to fellows are actually doing 715 NW 52nd Street
that any one would lose his fixed upalmost like not systematic or well organized learn what documents you will something about the problem. * *
home because he cannot keepup new..When it Is at the time today's re- need.
ready for sale, On Saturday morning they 2 bedroom, double garage,
the payments. It would be FHA announces the price. tirees were born. The social security office will be working along 61st St. luxury home. $700 down,
much better if people who for Every Sunday, the FHA advertises While the best proof of your for this area is located 5225 raking up debris and pickingup $125 month
one reason or another cannot some homes In the South age, Mr. Wofford noted, is a NW 12th Avenue in the Grand- trash. The boys try to hus 1177 NW 48th Street
pay the amount required each Florida area, usually includ- birth or baptismalrecord, re- way Building. The phone number -
month, would simply go to a ing one or more from this Mi- corded before your fifth birth- is 7578591. The office is
real estate office and put the ami area.There are about six- day, other records can be usedif open from 8:30 am to4:30pm. CARLTON REALTY

property up for sale That way, ty of these FHA"repos" in bur. neither of those documentsis '
Instead of losing their home I area and they will come up for available. 30T4 NW 19 STREET BROKER
and everything had I Mr. Wofford said he.had CBS 2 BEDROOM DUPLEX
they put sale over the next few months.
693-4772 I IF NO ANS. 754-6733
seen Drive by 6844 NW 5th Ave
into it, they could savesomething When a'' home does'' come somd very unusual documents -
and very probably even for' sale, there is a five-day up that 'have been used in $2500 Pleas*down don't dlcturbttnontt$135 FHA-CBS. Excellent area.2 bedroom, 1 IK. baths,
come out with a profit Inasmuch period for buyers to sign the establishing the age of a bene- No qualifying mo. liv room, din rm, built-in kitchenut rm, vynl firs,
as most homes these necessary papers and pay the ficiary. One of the more un- Own.r 754-4484 $14,200. $1,200 down. $96.39 mo.

days are selling for higher deposit which is the down payment usual ones was a picture of a FHA-CBS. Beautiful area. 3 !bdrm, 2 baths, Fla,
prices than they brought onlya (only $100 for veteransfor
rm, gar., tile roof. Must i.ell $21,000. $1,775.00down.
few years ago. Perhaps they a house up to $17,500 in $147. mo.
could then buy a less,expensive price). Then in three more :;
home with payments they days, there is a drawing. All REALryNEI RETIREES PROFESSIONAL
could afford, though it surely the names of those who want BUSINESSPEOPLE '
would not be as nice as the one to buy are put into a box, and ; WATERFRONT HOMES 4 bdrms, 3 baths, or 3
they had. one name is drawn out. The bdrms, 2 baths, $25,000 up. $4,000 down.
What happens when an owner lucky winner gets the house, a ,
loses the house and it Is re- and the others can keep try- OPEN 7 DAYS :"
WE HAVE OTHERS
possessed? The FHA the for . ,
pays big other repos on this ", ""\lL .' '-'< '1dR5
full amount of'the outstanding same program, or they can try
balance of the mortgage to the to find a house available in the SELLER PAYS ALL CLOSING COSTS

mortgage company who put up usual way that is not subjectto Lovely 3 bedroom, 2 bath, CBS, NW 86th St. & BY OWNERFHA
the money for the mortgage in this lottery arrangement.It with
24th Ave. Large Fla room, big rear patio TERMS
the first place The FHA is nota is not a very satisfactory home modern
Bar*B'Q. Large on lovely grounds,
lending agency. FHA does situation. It is even more dif- appliances. FHA price $18,000, $800 down ((1)) 417 NW 46th St.4 bedroom, 2 bath, 2
not Itself advance money for ficult sometimes because $127.53 month. porches. Just fixed. $250 down'$83 pays'
the purchase of property. Ills some houses are sold after all ,

an insuring agency, and gua- they are fixed up but before K, ,. , .. H'oME..AHlli' C ME FHA :':' .:.! '
rantees a regular lending they are put up for sale to the Corner 3 bedroom, 2,,bath, horn;*. with, .liketnew. :<# ((2)) 1812 NW 53rd St. 2 bedroom, Fla, room,
agency, either a mortgage public. They may be sold to double "00 down. $105 all.
CBS, efficiency opt. In rear. Front hawse now ..: garage. pays
"
company or a bank approved "displaces, a special category -
being. used as 2. bedroom home with..efficiency
by FHA for the purpose, i I which includes people opt, too. In.heart AHapottab, Appliances, fornl"<":, ((3)) 2125 NW 58th St. CBS, duplex. 3 bedroom -,
against loss. In those cases'where who have had property taken
and 2 bedroom. To be fixed. $250
1 1face tore, drapes, ,\/s. Live rent free, FHA price ::! ,
the lending does by Urban Renewal or for Ex-
agency $15,000$1,000 down, $10? .2 month. :;. ,, down. $99 month pays all.
a loss because the buyer ]pressway use. But these days :

does FHA not pays make off.the Interestingly payments, 'I:finding everything enough is houses difficult for about sale WILL SELL FOR FHA VALUATION ((4)) 2222 NW 86th Terr. 2 bedroom, CBS,

enough, they do not pay with ::In the moderate'price range. Modern bedroom CBS, lovely new area Terrazzo $300 down, $95 month pays all.
taxpayers' money. It 18 standard 1 Every real estate office is floors, awnings, jalousie windows, large air conditioner
practice for mortgage I laving! the same trouble. We heats and cools, paneled dining room, ((5)) 4020 NW 12th Ave. bedroom, frame
payments on FHA proper-will talk some more about get wall to wall carpeting, large screened patio. FHA corner. $200.down, $82 month pays all.
ties to include 1/2% Interest I ting listings in future columns $14,900, $450 down, $107.14 month.

for a special FHA Insurance If you have any questions : CALL 751-3659
;
on the mortgage. This is not to (: about these FHA repossessions ./ WILL SELL FOR'fMAVALUA11fN
be confused with insurance on please call this .. Modern. 3 bedroom,2,bath CBS on doable 'site ,+cF ,
the property itself to protect i writer at 751-8642. nor lot, circular; drive; patlo;; cafport: :;,.stovfrtgerator .I rer
jalousie{ windows, ,large modern;kit '!..1chi' <
I : Lovely'new area,: FHA $17,000$700; 'down LIFE INSURANCEI
$$120.86'.ont. :'j, '.. ; A', * .,'+'irtfi
IiKing, Really, Inc. of MiamiKing ,," ; .: .
'
Sh;. Buy.'IEALTORS 8000 NW 7th SELLER PAYS ALL CLOSING COSTS Doesn't Cost It Pays
DADE COlINTY. A'Ie. Modern 3 bedroom, 2 both CBS, Flo room, car
_
IS OUR I port, central heat and air conditioning. Wall to
KINGDOM wall carpeting, fenced yard, sprinkler IYI t'II,15x Last year life insurance benefit payments in

CALL 35 swimming 1 I pool. FHA price $20,000 with America amount.d to more than $12,000,000-.
ss 2s 1 $1,000 down, $140.88 month.'II4ViESTM'ET! 000.00.

$ SECURITY WITH' j' ,' '1'4" "
% :: FIHB Less than half $5,200,000,000.99 for
: ; t were
t
PROPERTIES
.
'We have'several, duplexes:at:well** 5.CI. 4 .unit'bv1dlags ,) death payments. $6,800,000,000.00 was
| "'that'you;* *"wfwlth'I low' down:pay ; paid to "Living Policyholders" in the form

.'t.t,and 'reasonable 11011.0'. ..'".' Have",in!!." of policy dividends, surrender values,' disability -
\ .Jo. Come ,Ho,*..r' / .):.
/ n'H9'r..tr ,
'!k/ewt . 0 .'"./ .. ,. '.....J"; .., ', .. ,, payments, mature endowments: and an

BEAUTIFUL. WATERFRONT POOL HOME WE HAVE MANY MORE' HOMES: nutty payments.

1011 NW 87th STREET YOU CAN BUY ANY OF OUR FHA HOMES FOR

3 bedroom, 2 Lath, also guest room and bath, carpeted $100 DOWN IF YOU ARE A VET'OR BEING LIFE INSURANCE DOESN'T COST IT PAYS

built-in stove ond oven.RESALE DISPLACED'' "" 'ANO'lF" ,'.>' "W'YOU" CAN QUALIFYEALtY.

HOME .'..? '. .Irf} , J! '", BUILD UP A SAVINGS.1 .
New pointed Inside and out. 2 bedroom ho.... . 1. THROUGH LIFE INSURANCE
Only I $500 down payment. $69.93, month. :

2224 NW 82nd STREET 3

Lovely 3 bedroom, 2tt bath, Fla[ room, awnings,
LIFE
CENTRAL
fenced,. qualifying... Plenty ,of room.. t BROKER. , ,

!! AREA AREA !! and :. 4'.32' NW: '7th \ :Avt. : .. INSURANCE COMPANY
2 bedroom! 2 both, garage, stove,'refrigerator F4' .
air coadffNo qualifying. ,$111 month pays all. PI

.HOMErFOR' AS LITTLE AS '$100 DOWNWe CARex. cny. :, CENTER 1416 NORTH BOULEVARDTAMPA, FLA.
.
for ,persons being displaced "W' y '"\' ''' :' I
specialise in homes
; > ..624-3666- :a DISTRICT OFFICES 'TATEIIDEE
In Urban Renewal area, Miami Housing SIMTE W* "

Projects. Veterans call call to, see, If you qualify.. Qp&n 4tfy .Evenings' ,- Sundays 1-1

You're.aelr a phone away
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30, THE MIAMI TIMES, Friday, April 11, 1969CLASSUIED


MISCELLANEOUSWANTED $45.00 CASH IS ALL YOU NEED TO
ADS : to rent 2 bedroom
I. CBS house with yard. Nice lo- ((1)) Pay off all mortgages and have only 1 mgt.

20 WORDS OR LESS $2.00. IOC FOR EACH ADDITIONAL .VORD. cation. Unfurnished. Call 377- ((2)) Pay off your agreement for deed and give
2441. Ask for Thelma Robinson
DEADLINE FOR CLASSIFIED ADS :TUESDAY 6 P. M. 6AB you deed.
--
FOR. SALE700002NW4th FOR SALE FOR SALE THANK YOU ((3)) Fix up your house including roof, termite
electric and
Avenue. Cus- LOT FOR SALE AT LARGE CBS HOUSE My brothers and sisters plumbing.

tom CBS duplex, 3 bedrooms, 1980 NW 153rd Street 3 bedroom 2 1/2 bath.Florida TOM, WASHINGTON, ((4)) Lower monthly payments.
2 baths on one side, 2 bed- Contact Mr. William Norwoodat room large fenced in yard. Dry CleanersNo. your

room, 11/2 baths on other. 681-2019 or 691-7661. $2,000 down take over mort- 1 1342 NW 62nd Street
Garage, built-in kitchen, air- gage. Total price $13,800. Ph. No. 2 210 NW 7th Street. FOR APPOINTMENT CALL 151-3659

conditioned, priced $23,000 Pretty 3 bedroom 1 bath CBS 691-0634 693-2893. 691-9649 Ask for Mr. Art or FordWWUWWUWU
FHA terms. Seller pays all tile roof,hardwood floor$1500 373-9171
closing costs. Must be seen down, bank financing. Terms Nice clean house. FHA $89
inside and out. Aetna Realty arranged. Atlantic and Pacific pays all. $300 down plus clos- LOST

(Broker), 811 NW 54th St. Realtors. 666-0411. ing costs. Stove,refrigerator, Black and tan female German
phone: 757-5724, open 7 days."FHA" air conditioner.Complete wallto shepherd puppy. Lost in the TIME INVESTMENT HELP WANTED
GOOD INCOME wall carpet.Fenced.Rimco, vicinity of 1829 NW 56th St. 5 Store AAA Corner Bldg. FEMALE
PROPERTY Inc. 4184 Palm Ave.'Hlaleah' :f seen or found contact Peari- Plus 2 houses
106'x123' parcel!
3 BEDROOM 2 BATH 17 UNITS ALL FURNISHED 821-4511. son Ware at above address or Income $8,746.00 HOSTESSESNeed

Custom built home on a large This is a chance to give your- 634-0265. $25 reward. $65,000 total
lot, garage, hardwood floors, self a good income oppor- 2 bedroom CBS Bunche Park. '- 19% on $20,001 Investment not btexperlenced.
plus many, many extras. Price tunity. Take advantage of this No qualifying Move right in DRAPERIEStaken Call Owner 7544484MFF&fKS Neat .oppearonce, year

$22,500 FHA. By appointment.Drive excellent Investment of these $300 down $100 per month down, cleaned, decorator round work. Parkingspace
by 1350 NW 88th Street, 18 units. One mortgage. Callus pays all. 2325 NW 166th St. folded and rehung.Drapery available.
then call FENSTER Realty, for all details Fenster 642-0722. rods installed. LUSTRA/
'** Broker, 759-8779. Realty, Broker, 759-8779. TONE DRAPERY SERVICE. JUNIORS
FOR RENT 887-8022
Restaurants
110 NW 85th Street brand 3 BEDROOM 2 BATH
newt! Corner, 3 bedroom, 2 "No qualifying" this 4 years 1 bedroom apartment, Opa- I SO'x 142. LOT ("OR V TO YQU-N*' *' See Mr. Pete between

bath, Florida room, garage, young beautiful home includ- locka area. Brown Realty, Oth -Its tquWl'iy' low *t .: : 9:30 & 12:00 noon, 1:30:
Next 7776 NW 14th
central heat and air, total ing drapes, awnings, wall to 754-0655. to Ct. l <'( i lfljuwanMad.. S.irjUr thru 3:00 p.m. 30th &

price $24,900 terms. Aetna wall carpet, built in oven and $300 down $50 month 6 Collins Ave., Miami Bch.

Realty (Broker), 811 NW 54th range, plus many extras.Take One bedroom efficiency, 1756 Coll Owner 754.4484
St. phone 757-5724 7 NW 85th Street. Free water,
: open over present mortgage.$4,000
days. down payment. Excellent free lights and completely

terms, Drive by 1059 NW 73rd nished. No children. $22.50

Attention investors and specu- St. then call Fenster Realty, per week, $35.00 deposit. Technicians Computer Operators
lators!! 895-901 NW 91st St., Broker, 759-8779. ,
10 CBS units, $60,000 terms, Apartment in Hialeah for a

Aetna Realty(Broker), 811 NW BEAUTIFUL DUPLEX couple. No ,children, five & Supply Clerks
blocks direct in back of Hia-
54th St. 757-5724
,phone: ,open ,
dit-
46th St. Something
area. r I
leah
7 racetrack Bedroom, liv- 4 'ti 1 1.
days.
.
ferent. Custom built. Oak ing room, bathroom, and kit-
floors, extra large carport, 'i),, '
LIKE NEW chen includes refrigerator and 'I. "
Lovely 2 bedroom CBS wall features that you must see. 2 chen, Includes refrigeratorand 'I
bedroom, one side, one bed- stove. HEA .
U
to wall carpeting, large din- Completely repainted -
room other side. $22,000 total
ing room, $450 down no clos- very clean, free wat-
FHA' $1400 down. Vets $800 MESSA
-
ing costs. Vets and 221 $100 er and free exterminator service S .
down. At Ben-Korl, Realtor, 1.0
down. See 3020 NW 58th St. $19.00 per week. $50 AP p
Call oWner 693-2631. anytime, 759-2425. deposit required. Hilo Apts.,

2490 West 4th Ct., Hialeah.
LOW LOW PRICE 2 HOMES Apt. 1 Manager Mrs. Williams -
,
47th St. area. Lovely 2 bed.
Cute 2 bedroom for 887-0763.
good retirees -:
room CBS, a real delight,phs It's the technology of tomorrow. You know, It. We know It.
?. $300 down.or small No closing family.costs.Only extra one bedroom home to Room for settled man or wo- If you can help us "hear" and understand the kind of talk Saturn-Apollo vehicles

See 1860 NW 59th St.Call own- rent with garage.Fenced jard,- man in private home. 1521 NW send back from space, then we at Federal Electric Corporation want to talk to you.
er 693-2631. best buy in town. $16,500 total 57th Street.
FHA. $500 down, $2aO Vets.A. We're prime contractors to NASA for communications and Instrumentation supportat

SHARPE LOW PRICE Ben-Kori Realtor., any- A nice room in private home Cape Kennedy. We're still growing. We need many more eyes and ears on the job

CBS, A-l shape, 2 bedroom time 759-2425. $12'week. 350 NW 6th St.371- . technicians, computer operators and supply clerks who'll be right where It's
2019. all happening. Because we handle all communications, ground measurements and
completely redecorated.
$300
WHY PAY RENT? calibrations, computations, telemetry and timing for this program to put men on the
down. $75 clos-
month.No
ing costs.per See 6300 NW 19th 79 MONTH PAYS ALL Young lady will rent room or moon . and beyond.
'area.
93rd This is
St. a very
share home with nice
Court. Call owner 693-2631. my ,
nice two bedroom home. clean intelligent woman only. If you want to be where It's happening in space, then FEC has a dynamic place for
Frame construction, $250,
I 759-6026. you.
2485 NW'57th St home
Huge
down, $8,000 total FHA A.
plus rental unit. FHA terms, (Apr. 18))
Ben-Kor i, Realtor,anytime
price $22,000, seller pays '7592425. COMMUNICATIONS TECHNICIANSApplicants
closing costs. See this gor-, HELP WANTEDMen
geous property today. Live in or women with autos.Fullor should have at least 1 year's experience in the following areas:
Audio Communications *
one see an Income from the CCTV Systems
,
EDISON AREA part time. Sell wigs on *
rest. Aetna Realty (Broker), 69th St.' A nice large 2 bed- ,credit. No turn downs. Spot Mobile Intercom Radio Systems Telephone' Systems

811 NW 54th St., phone 757- room CBS,perfect shape,carI I delivery. Full time can earn in SystemsLABORATORY

5724, open 7 days. porte. $12,000 FHA$400 down, excess of $200.00 weekly.Call #
$100 Vets.'A. Ben-Korl Realtor I 757-4521, 9 a.m. 12 p.m. ELECTRONICS TECHNICIAN 'o'
.
221 NW 69th St Huge 4 bed- ,' ,
anytime 759-2425. (Apr. 11) 3 years electronic laboratory 'experience maintaining and repairing measuring r
room 2 bath plus 2 bedroom
,
transducers signal conditioners multiplexor digityers recorders and other .
complex -
1
bath duplex.Central heat and
BEDROOM. 2 BATH electronic equipment. Will build breadboard circuits and perform functional and
air oak floors tile roof Man to go with salesman
,gar-
75th St. area. A real lovely environmental tests directed
as by engineers. Develop and use test circuits and set
and much much $1.75 an hour. Ph 448-8054
more
age :
home. Perfect condition. Plus
and Instrument
operate laboratory testing construct
up equipment
specialized
FHA value ,$27,000, seller extra CBS rental unit. Fenced between 8 and 9 a.m. or 9 to measuring,instrumentation. ,

pays closing costs -, if you yard, $19,000 total FHA. $900 10,p.m.
really want the very best don't Down. $400 Vets.A.Ben-Kori,
miss this one. Aetna Realty Realtor, anytime 759-2425. 'Excellent opportunity. Couple AUXILIARY EQUIPMENT OPERATORS

(Broker), 811 NW 54th St., -- wife works as housekeeper, 3 years experience in the digital computer field in the operation of various peripheral .

phone: 757-5724, open 7 days. MANSION AND INCOME husband' can work elsewhere. equipment such electronic plotting devices, photographic development '

3 bedroom, 2 bath, plus sep- Must like children. No cook- equipment associated with plotting devices, wiring program boards for printers, and
INCOME PROPERTY arate 1 bedroom apartment. ing, light housework. $50 various EAM equipment.COMPUTER .
\oi week plus air-conditioned
PROFESSIONAL 4 car garage. Many extras.
BUSINESSMAN ONLY Worth $55,000. Price now apartment. 532-3586. OPERATORS

Finish this store for your office $36,000 $8,000 down. Must -WANTEDSix "
have 2 stores for rentals see! Owner 693-2631. 11/2 years' experience in the operation of large and medium scale computers.
plus duplex and house this ladies with cars'who could Ability to control and direct operations of the main computer. Readying equipmentfor

will pay for the property zon- Duplex. $12,000. $2800 down use $50 to $75 a week. No soliciting operation, monitoring operation and corrective action In stop and error situation -

ed C-5. Located in the heart Located: 18215 -18217 SW102 or delivering. For .
,of NW section, 1074-1076A4B Ct. Mar-DanAssoclates.HI5- personnel interview call 624- j
,,1080 and 1082 NW 54thStreet. 2557 or CE 55488. 1466 days. 624-0537 evening. SUPPLY CLERKS

Parking area. Owner R. Carl (May 2)) Requires 1 year's experience in warehousing and stock control work. ,

Bachman. 624-0540. LOT FOR SALE Interested and qualified applicants call collect Monday through Friday, 9 a.m.. to 5
(Ap. 11)) Please call 696-7947. Mrs. p.m., Employment Office at ((305) 7840200.Or .
Bullard.

CHURCH I I I PROPERTY CHILDCARE you may send details of your background, in confidence to Mr. L. A. Hamilton,
Large area 125 x 143 suitable BARGAIN! I 11 I 2 bedroom, Fla. Federal Electric Corporation, Suite 802, Cape Royal Building,Cocoa Beach, Florida
for church. Large home on lot room, completely furnished Excellent infant care in my 32931. (In replying, refer to our ad 947.) ,
,, at present but can be converted FHA $9,300. (Vets and 221 home five days a week. 633- .
for church use must be people $400 down) monthly 4330. (Apr. 25)
seen to appreciate on NW 70th payment including taxes and ,
,St. near 7th Avenue. May be insurance less than$90.00 per
purchased through FHA. month No closing costs. New Antioch Marian Church FEDERAL ELECTRIC CORPORATION ITT ,

Excellent 'deal. Call Jean Hurry! Hurry! Hurry! Aetna Day Care Center, 4770 NW ITT's World-Wide Service Associate ;

'F e n s t e'r for appointment to, Realty (Broker), 811 NW 54th, 7th Ave. 754-2985. Free' A Plans for Progress Equal Opportunity Employer (m/i .
show. Fenster Realty, Broker St., Phone: 757-5724, open 7 pick up service. Five day a
759-8779. days. week 8 to 6.


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THE MIAMI TIMES, Friday, April 11, 1969 31


r Crisis To Be Reissued In Its Entirely I NAACP Seeks SupportFor


Arno Press, a publishingand the volumes on long-life those
complete edition allows, this country, recording
library service of The paper, with a special ConferenceTo
library shows that
many of the causes gains made in the struggle toward -
Times has been selected binding.
York
New which were once but dreamsare full citizenship
by the NAACP as the The Crisis was founded in now realities. Yet on the
authorized publisher of a fifty- November 1910, under the edi- other hand, it shows that many lower Voting Age
volume facsimile edition of torship of W.E.B. Du Bois, as of the past events which were James Brown
The Crisis: A Record oiThe' the official organ of, the once burning issues are,now ST. PETERSBURG '- In people) are, in a position to
Darker Races. At a meeting NAACP. From the first issue, but dimly recalled. The first Starts Trading an effort to rally nationwide inject new ideas and new spirits -
held March 25 at the national through,the' fourteen-year edi- Issue of The Crisis is start- support for the proposal to of participation in our gov-
headquarters of the NAACP, torship of Roy Wilkins, and ling to read today, for here, Stamp Co. lower the voting age to 18,the ernment and economy."
the agreement was signed by continuing today, The Crisis under the column entitled Trading stamps are getting National Association for the Roy Wilkins, NAACP Exe-
Arnold Zohn, president of Ar has followed the principles "The Burden," is an accountof "soul." Three successfulNe- Advancement of Colored Pea cutive Director, said it is his
no Press; Roy Wilkins, exe- stated in Volume 1, Number the Pink Franklin Case, less groes- singer James Brown, ple through its youth and col- belief that many of the youthof
cutive director of the NAACP; 1: "to set forth those facts remembered but as significant athlete Art Powell and attor- lege division has called a two- our nation have the desire

and Henry Lee Moon, editor of and arguments which show the as the Dred Scott Case the ney Donald Warden-recently day National Youth Mobilization and ability for responsible
The Crisis. danger of race prejudice,particularly second issue, with its listing launched the Black and Conference In Wash- havior and for making posi-
Under the contract signed, as manifested today (by years since 1885) of the Brown Trading Stamp Corp in ington D. C,April 21-22. 1969 tive contributions to the growth -
only Arno Press may publishthe toward colored people." The number of Colored Men Lyn- San Francisco. To cut initial which is expected to draw some and development of our nation -

complete collection of policy continued to state, "It ched Without Trial -- an issue investment costs, stamps are 5,000 youth.Marvin. "Let's stand with them
every issue of the journal.The will first and foremost be a which also noted, In redeemed for merchandise in Davies, Florida today so that they stand up by
first fifty years of The Cri- newspaper: it will record Im- "Along The Color Line", that participating stores instead of Field Director, NAACP and themselves and with us tomorrow -
from November 1910 portant co-ordinator for the Mobilization ."
sis -- happenings and move- in Memphis colored people at redemption centers. .
through 1960 -- will be avail- ments in the world which bear were taxed for public parks Conference In Florida Churches, businesses,
able in September. In keepingwith on the great problem of inter- which they were not allowedto expects the Conference to attract NAACP branches, clubs, organizations -
its standards of high qual- racial relations, and especially use. And in 1921, an issue the support of some 50 and individualsare
ity publishing a reasonable those which affect the Ne containing a poem by a man young people to the Nation's asked to contribute to: -,

cost, Arno Press will reissue gro-American. ,Secondly, it never published before . Capital from Florida to lobby NAACP Mobilization Fund(1st
will,be a review of opinion and "The Negro Speaks of Rivers," face-to-face with their Sena- Commercial' Bank of St. Pet-
LEGAL NOTICE literature. Thirdly, it will by Langston Hughes. tors andRepresentatives ersburg) 2100 34th Street
publish a few short articles. about lowering the voting South, St. Petersburg, Fla.,
Intend to register under fictitious Finally, its editorial page will age from 21 to 18. 33712. These contributionswill
name act, stand for the 'rights of men, This is The Crisis, the old- t. At the present there are 7 be used to provide trans-
"BLACK IS GOLD irrespective of color or race, est continuously published Ne- bills before the U.. S. Senate portation and travel scholar-
ASIAN JEWELRY", for the highest ideals of gro periodical in the nation, and about 43 before the House ship for Florida youth to the
6259 NW 7th Avenue, Miami, American democracy, and for the Journal that first challenged that would amend the U, S. Conference.
Fla. Thomas Hall and James reasonable but earnest and the concept of white su- Constitution so as to lower the Send your contribution to-

Fugua, owners. persistent attempt to gain premacy then nationally accept voting age. Senator Edward day. Also, send us the names
April 11, 18, 25, March 7 these rights and realize these e d. Throughout its his- Brooke has endorsed the conference of youth who you would like to
ideals." tory, the Crisis has been a "I have long been in sponsor from your community -
The overall view which this documentary of Negro life in favor of legislation to lower Contributions will be acknowledged -
MISS DIANNE LAUGHLIN the voting age to 18. (young by receipt.
O.I.C. Student at Miami Springs
MALE LAUNDRY HELP Senior High School and mem-

OpportunitiesIndustrialization Loaders, pullers, extractor operators. Good ber of marching band, left for
Center wages. Production bonus. Excellent company Washington D. G, Wednesday "Country Needs
benefits. Paid morning to participate in the
vacation. Permanent (ob. Must
Blossom Parade and
SUNDAYApril Cherry
be 18 or over. Apply in mornings. No phone
will return on Sunday.She .
calls please. Ask for Mr. Findley, National is the daughter of Mr. Marshall// Plan Not

Linen Service, 1950 NW 1st Avenue. and Mrs. Harry Jackson,2355 ,

W. 6th Lane, Hialeah.
Support Your O.I.C

Missile Plan"I

HELP WANTEDI'm 50'xl42' LOT. APT. SITE I
Hal from house rented $23
GRAND OPENING the Night Supervisor r of I, NW 65th St. & 7th Ave. NEW YORK- National Ur- at closing "the gap" for poor
Tuesday, April 15thC. $1500 down $75 month ban League Director Whitney people by 1976 when the United
FIRST FEDERAL SAVINGS
Call Owner 754.4484 States is 200 old.
C. SEAFOOD & Young urged President Nixonto years
POULTRY MARKET Custodial Services, Downtown Building develop a timetable aimed
"If Nixon develops a plan
Fresh Fish & Poultry Dally We have an opening i for ,a person to work that would assure the money

27th Ave. Shopping Center Monday thru Friday from 4:00 p.m., to 12:00 BY OWNERRENT and with a timetable,"he said,
16166 NW 27th Ave "we wouldn't have to worry
and from 8:00 4:00
midnight Saturday a.m. to
Opa-locka about riots,or defense bud-
OPTION TO BUY
Phone: 621.9213 p.m. gets.. The Negro civil rights
N...'Iff"""' "" leader said the plan should be
OWNERS: .N Hjlt( 3639 NW 15th AVENUE
h' one which would "close the
Charles Peterson and CBS building. Over 2000; square ft. with rehabilitate
Charles McLendon gap, poor peoplein
1 parting. Ideal for children's, nursery, medical this country, white or
V j building, insurance offices, small church. black."

p"r ,1 "We have asked for a do-
For Appointment Call:
mestic, Marshall Plan," he
1000fpiP N Mr. Ford 751-3659 said, instead we get a domestic -
missile '
plan.
1
Young referred to Nixon's
for home r :" _'.mu _11I proposed ant ballistic mis-

sile system to spend about $5
1 AGENT WANTEDIN billion on protecting,nuclear

SOUTH ,DADEThe retaliatory sites In the United
1. I States. He said the Urban League -

.. Miami\! Times n.-h a Circulation Manager was "concerned about
as little as I wtw service the South Dade area from Coconut Grove things which have not been
to Florida City. Route',could' be handled Thursday done"' in the country.

25a afternoon or Friday tsernii! g. This is a fast brow Young appeared on the NBC-

month; [area,and offers great, potential. TV "Today" program.

CALL MRS. DAVIS, 6910421F.SE.S He said 1976 appeared tobea
I good target date for a Nixon
x ft IJI"V] II .t plan to close the gap for the ".,
poor since it could representthe
Money available for
first and second REPORT: culmination of "200 years
mortgage loans on of democratic Ideals and the
Absolutely CBS or frame no: houses.chargeof Training Jobs Open Now judeo-Christlao ethic."

any kind unless we He said, "I think that with
make the loan to you. WE OFFER: If you have no experience but want to work-here is an this kind of plan the people of
For free informationcall work opportunity to work and learn a new trade. All you haveto the ghetto would think we're
and raises based on
collect(3J5)( )FR 33304or Good
pay do is apply for a pb at the Employment Service office serious." ..
mail coupon to: Steady employmentTwo listed below.

weeks paid vacation (1) A NE area employer has a Job opening for an ele-
11I11II Uniforms furnished and cleaned :' vator construction trainee. The starting salary Is$2.00 an SEWING MACHINE
METROPOLITANMORTGAGE Pleasant working conditions hour for a 7 a.m. to 330pm. shift, Monday through Fri- 1968 SINGER CONSOLES
II g h t I y used slg-tag In
I COMPANY Credit UnionRetirement ( day. stylish wol. cab. make but.
,, A local firm needs an electronics assembler. Experience -
2244 BISCAYNli kilO Plan ' I, I :. (2) hales, sews on buts., monoJ
MIAMI,FI.ORhi:3137 .' ",' , f '" is not necessary. The starting salary is $1.60an grams,' applique, overcast
li'Y "
- fora jaw.. tea, ltl,:- ProfitsharingFree : hour and up depending on your ability.The hours are and blind hem stitch without
.
attachments. All
: con-
parking , from 7:30 a.m. to 3:30 p.m., Monday through Friday. trols built In. Full pricer
I NAME 5.'t II Please call First Federal's Personnel (3) A NW area employer has a Job opening for a forklift $51.20 or assume paymentsof
I
;J J -- I "" operator. The sjarting salary is $2.70 an hour for a $6.00 mo. For free home
ADDRESS + Department for further information at373-1997. 3 p.m. to 11:30: p.m. shift, Monday through Friday. demonstration, call( Capitol
till 9 No
4'I Credit Mgr. p.m.
l CiTy Apply for all these Jobs at the Industrial office, Florida obligation. If toll, call collect -
II Thank You, State Employment Service, 1350 N.W. 12th Avenue,Room : 9498124.
SIIIIE liP I 280. Employment Service offices are open at 8:00 a.m. Capitol Sewing Machine

. r tttata .... t tR. eau _ r s JOEL MORGAN sharp, Monday through Friday. of Southern Florid.The .



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