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Two renowned black leaders

come to Miami this weekendto

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Am Forum Series. Both will

speak on The Black Panel Sun

day night at 8:30 at 5950 North ;

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Vol. 46, No. 34 MIAMI, FLORIDA FRIDAY, APRIL 18, 1969X Bond, the 29-year-old
member of the Georgia State

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mate Into the moods
insight In his drive to place less posal for Independent school
which are shaping America.Mr. .
emphasis on sit-ins and pic- boards for Harlem-like areas.

Innis is Associate National keting and more on the peo- Mr. Innis is co-publisher

Director of CORE.Born ple, Mr. Innis has sought to with William Hadded of the '
.r, in the Virgin Islands,Mr. Innis project on a national basis, Manhattan Tribune. "\'

.r' grew up in Harlem.He assumed many of the programs be pioneered Tickets for the program are \

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CITY HONORS MEN WHO STOPPED MUGGING
Blanche Ward, 18-year-old The defense presented numerous

John Knight and Henry Simmons chose to become "involved" Morch 30 Miami Jackson High student, character witnesses in

when they and two friends come to the aid of a white man, George Giffen, of was sentenced to_eight! yearsin behalf of the accused, includ-

40 NE Third Ave., as he was being mugged. Knight (left center), of 384 NW the State Prison for Women ?' ing teachers, social workers,
on Tuesday for the pistol slay- : and staff from the County Jail
24th Ct.and Simmons, of.125 NW 15th,PI., received trophies certificates Ing of a classmate, Linda and Youth HaU where Blanche '

of Appreciation during last Thursday's Commission meeting. Making the pre L1 comb, 16. She bowed her tJ was known as a model prison- ";.

sentations proudly were Commissioner Mrs. M. Athalie Range, Mayor Stephen head and wept, upon hearing ere ,'
the sentence. The convicted is the
girl
Clark, Commissioners Irwin G, Christie and Maurice A. Ferre. Also honoredwere tVV
daughter of Mr. and Mrs.
Louis Taylor, of 1440 NW 1st Ave., and Henry Hale, of 420 NW 9th St. Circuit Judge sentence Harold for Vann. James Ward, 1371 NW 60th
the manslaughter -
Miami-Metro Dept. of Publicity & :Tourism photo. passed In! the Jan. 3, 1968 SBLANCHE.WARDf St. The Wards have had 24

children 16 of whom still
school corridorover are
slaying in the


I BLACKS UNITE: ,EOPI STAYSBlack Blanche a ballpoint shot pen.Linda >In the living.credit The for Judge the 14 gave months Blanche of imprisonment .'

chest with a' .22 when Linda already served, .

groups' and citizens ; tt ArM was one of the first times people can do when they get attacked- ,her with a razorblade meaning she will be eligible .9

unleashed a barrage of criticism that the grounds had merged together".said Robert Gilbert, '. :: Parole in 6 months. for parole in six months. 'ti\'

of Metro government and together in a common effort a member of the Model Cities <

"convinced" the Metro Com- before the Metro Commis- Governing Board. "It was

mission to defer action on the sion. Among those fighting the beautiful, baby, beautiful" Yrs.1
Death Driver Gets
proposed takeover of the Eco adoption of the ordinance The beautiful part was that Car 6

nomic Opportunity Program, Tuesday which would have established the Commission had unani-

Inc by the county. community action mously altered its earlier decision -
Nineteen-year-old Bernard NW 54th St. in the crash were Ruthie Mae
County fathers, meeting on board for the county, were the to create the Community -
Driessen drew a year for each Some of the teens had been Harris, 14;Fae Ellen Bridges,
Tuesday morning, decided to Model Cities GoverningBoard Action Board. life he took in a bloody car drinking beer and Driessen's 14; Robert Graham 19 Mary
defer action The Commission chambers ;
the takeoverfor
on United Black Federa- ,
wreck last June when six teenage alcohol reading in his blood Mitchell, 15 Edward Spauld-
at least 30 However which with con- ;
days. tion, Concerned Citizens for were Jammed
friends died in his
con- showed ..055.Driessen's. ing 17 and
Deyansa Stirrup
this did not come about until Social Action, League of Wo- cerned Dade residents and ; ,
vertible at the end of a drag friends who died 17.
after the commission and In men Voters, Welfare Rights citizens, ,sharply criticized race.

particular, County Manager Mothers, EOPI and several County Manager Homer.He

Porter Homer, hadbeencriticized other citizen groups and individuals was characterized by some of Criminal Court Judge Jack

by numerous black citi- the objectors as a "rich administrator Turner sentenced Driessen to Model City Board OK's ,

zens and organizations. "It Just shows what black from down- six years in prison but because

town who's got a lack of af- of the youth's age and no pre- Storefront Centers :;:i

finity with poor people." vious record, recommended ,

Homer himself asked that that he be sent to Appalachia ,I

Doreen Reeves Young the master be deferred sincehe penal Institute for young offenders Triple 'T' Program

had been called the day before "The actual time you -

I by the omce ozbconomlc; serve depends on you," he The following items were by Dade County would take

Publisher's Opportunity and "warned"that said, and told Driessen that considered and approved by over the administration of the
DaughterBuriedFuneral
the proposed ordinance he could be paroled in two the Model City Governing EOPI Program.It was motioned

had many objectionable pointsin years. Board at the regular weekly by the Governing Board
massive cerebral
services for Mrs. fering a
it. "You are the one who will meeting on Wednesday, April members that such a resolu-
Doreen Reeves Young, 52, hemorrhage He said OEO didn't like, have to live with the fact that 9. tion be sent to the county Com-
A solemn of
daughter of H. E. S. Reeves, mass requiemwas
publisher of The Miami celebrated by Father among other things, the pro- you took six. .friends lives," The storefront recreational missioners immediately.
vision which allowed the Judge Turner said"which may centers as recommended to It was reported by the
Times, were conductedatfouro'clock Lambert L.Sands,with Bishop
county manager to appoint the the governing board by the
Monday at the St. James L. Duncan pontificating be the severest punishment of Neighborhood Development
community action director. recreation task force of the
all.
Agnes Episcopal Church. from the t h r 0 n e. Assisting Program coordinators that
Neither, he said, did the regional Liberty City area. additional for sewersinthe
Father theo- Driessen areas
Mrs. Young died Thursday clergymen were The Jury convicted
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office feel there was The Triple "T" program
Memorial dore Gibson Father Elisha Model City area would include -
of
night at Jackson of five counts manslaughter
involvement of the memberof
enough exIsting was explained by a
Hospital, two hours after suf- Clarke, Father A.Tyrrel Dear EOPI board in the tran- because he was at the wheel the education task force : North 54th St.; South ,'r.r
and Father Kenneth Major. when the car raced east at 100 airport expressway; East -
sition processes. and other experts. It was rec-
of 501 NW44th 32nd Ave.; West 35th Ave.
Mrs. Young, miles an hour on NW 54th St.
Many of the citizens complained ommended by the education
St. was a business educationand the at Ninety-five persons attended -
after stopping for light
that the ordinance task force to the governing
the
Journalism teacher at MI- blocks down meeting.
27th Avenue.Two
would not provide enough citizen board that this program be
ami Northwestern Senior High the street he lost control and
participation from the initiated in the'Olinda School ..I
School. She was a member of the speeding car rammed into
' poor people. Eighteen of the *
A of the I
representative
: Delta Sigma Theta Sorority. the side of a building at 2450
45 members on the board ,
OIC the
Other survivors include Program requested
r Give To Your
would be direct representatives .
Model City governing boardto I
three sons Robert Paul,Henry
of the poor. endorse the door-to-door
and Jeffrey; one daughterinlaw The objectors, including canvassing for the OIC support O.I.C.Opportunities i
Mrs. Jewel Young; two board of directors.The .
Miami Commissioner
City
grandchildren Tracl and Miami Times, has edi- \
r'R Athalie Range, proposed that *
A spokesman for the com-
April; three sisters Mrs. torially for several weeks advocated ,
the new board be autonomous,
Hazel L. Grant, Mrs. Clarice that the anti-poverty munity action group requested .
instead of having it relegatedto 1
uS Lit 1 e s and Mrs. Frances program be continued under that the Model City governing Industrialization Center
board
a mere advisory as
Chambers and brother the board draw-up a resolution -
one boards existing non-profit corporation -
most other county are.
Garth C. Reeves, Sr. Apparently, to the county manager and
She also suggested thatan-' many SUNDAY, APRIL 20
She was buried in the family other alternatve would allow Dade blacks and the metro the county commissioners requesting .

plot beside her mother in Lin- Commission agree with that that Dade County does

MRS. DOREEN R. YOUNG coln Memorial Park. continue the anti-poverty under the program existing to editorial. not adopt the ordinance where- I







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2 THE MIAMI TIMES, Friday, April 18, 1969 .. f.,
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I I Bill Would Give Tax Break To Poor Families 1

I Dade Rep. Robert C. Hart- effectively begin to solve the "This I feel will induce pri- ultimately want in order to'
nett said this week he would urban housing problems." vate enterprise to go directly eliminate some of the basic
introduce the bill in the Florida Hartnett's proposal would into projects. large, me- problems of dissatisfaction in
legislature to give incen- give incentives both private dium and small. without being areas which must now be considered -
tive to private enterprise to enterprise to enter urban re- bound, hopefully, by fed- depressed housing
improve 'lot cost housing and newal building and would also eral and local governmentalred areas."
to give a tax break families provide for a "tax break" to tape and federally imposed "The State of Florida legis- :
_ _ _ _
Hart- lature can set the pace for leg
purchasing or renting these the poor family who otherwise frustrations,
homes. might not be able to purchaseor nett said. "But what is even islation throughout the United
"I am firmly convinced, rent a newer home, more important, it would allow States to actively,quickly,and
based on the Kerner report The proposal states that"no for a greater number of effectively begin to solve urban -
"
and other research, that one sales tax shall be collected persons to be able to have bet- housing problems. Hart- b 3>"
of the basic problems of riot upon the sale of tangible per- ter homes, and this is what we nett said.1ItC4Ueat .
and dissatisfaction of slum sonal property to be used exclusively I
dwellers is sub-standard for the purpose .a 4 p'- .
housing," Hartnett told the stated in an approved urban j et4Mtm eefJe" -CHIOPEE- FALLS, Mass.-Sergeant Billy Howardrlght)
Florida Mortgage Bankers renewal plan, and that no slaes
son of Mr. and Mrs. Johnny Howard of 6836 NW Second Ct.,
Association in Miami Friday. tax shall be collected upon the Sponsored by: Miami, is decorated with the U. S. Air Force CommendationMedal
"I tink it is time for us to rental of space or accommo- WOMAN'S DAY COMMITTEEMt. at Westover AFB, Mass. Sergeant Howard receivedthe
take action to spure private dations in completed urban renewal medal for meritorious service as administrative spec
enterprise in the manner projects for a period of Olivette Baptist Church
ialist at Tan Son Nhut AB, Vietnam. He was cited for his out-
which both serves the investor five years." 1450 NW 1st COURT standing professional skill and initiative. He is now at West-
and the tenant." The bill would also allow
Air Command. The sergeant is
unit of the Strategic
in a
Hartnett said that "people for a completed urban renewal SUN DAY, APRIL 20 3:30: P.M. a over graduate of Miami Jackson High School. His wife, Ruby, Is
seeking to improve low cost project to have the tax assess Donation 1.00 the daughter of Mr. and Mrs.Rubin L.Payton of 1927 NW 67th
housing should have the state ment and millage rate frozenat Judas vice commander of
Maxwell V. ,
Mrs. Carolyn Davis, Chairman St., Miami. Colonel ,
:share the burden with them the amount at the time the
makes the
presentation.
the 99th Bomb Wing,
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Expelled Students

Amid continuing debate on pulsion procedures,the School up a three-teacher pilot school
I possible revision of their ex- Board Wednesday voted to set to provide continuing classesfor
selected students expelled
from the county's schools. ,4'
College Courses OfferedIn The board appropriated 11 I

I $18,850 to finance the school
through the remainder of this
Coconut GroveFive academic year and establish a
six-week summer program.It
college courses will be three-credit course and meets will be housed in the English
offered during the Spring twice a week, Monday and Center Building at 235 NW 1
term by Miami-Dade Junior Wednesday or Tuesday and Third Ave.
College South at Carver Ele- Thursday, from 7 to 10 p.m. The move came amid new
mentary School in Coconut Students who need financial Indications that the board will _____-b 1b
Grove. assistance may apply for wai- revise its expulsion proce- i
Registration for the six- ver of tuition or other formsof dures in the near future.
week term Is April 24, with financial aid. Board Attorney George
pre registration counseling The courses are not limitedto Bolles told members he was .' .l
available on Tuesday and those who have a high school preparing two alternativeplans I
Thursday nights from 7 to 9 diploma. The College's ad- for their consideration.
p.m. prior to that time. mission policy permits those One would set up district hear
Classes begin Wednesday who have not graduated from ing committees,composed of a 4 Ys I
April 30.Courses. high school to enroll as special district superintendent, a
offered are Intro- students, provided that they principal and a teacher, to
duction to Education, Social are 19 years of age or older. hear informal testimony from S ..pI
Science, Clerical Record This policy applies both to teachers and students and
Keeping, General Education these courses and other on- make expulsion recommen-
Mathematics and Personal and campus programs at Miami- dations to the board. I
Social Development. Each Is a Dade. The second would institutea i
hearing examiner proce-
dure, permitting a hired ex-
pert to sub p en a witnesses,
United Church of Christ take testimony under cross

examination and recommend
decision to the board. This
Pushes Supportof policy is similar to the method _ n __'._
now used in disciplining teachers -
'
present, the board must Explaining traffic light rules is Public Safety Department Officer Aaron
Black Banks hold hearings- on all emulsion Lee, who took the role of Officer Friendly during a recent visit to F. C. Mar

cases. tin Elementary. Left to right are Assistant Principal Mrs. Hazel D. Terrell, \ :
NEW YORK CITY-Three interest are they paying? (4)) Superintendent E. L. Whig- WillieB.
Officer Lee Miss
Officer Richard Magaldi
agencies of the United Churchof to what extent would depositsbe ham explained that the spec- Public Safety Department ,
Christ has deposited $40- covered by insurance? ial school, which would be Larkins and students Loretta Joyner and Michael Wallace. During the year
000 in a black-controlledsav- Mr. Hyde said that United staffed by three teachers Officer Friendly makes three visits to each classroom in Dade's kindergarten
ings and loan association Church officials are also en- under the direction of the DI- through third grade levels. The program gives the children safety tips and'
which finances new housing couraging local churches and vision of Educational Planningand teaches them to know the policeman as a community hel per. Materials for the
for the black community of their members to open accounts Services, would be open
the Roebuck Foundation.FOR .
Sears
Queens. in black banks In an ef- only to those students the program are provided by
The New YorkStateConfer-. fort to make housing loans board felt were deserving of
ence and New York City 'available to members of the the chance.
Metropolitan Association of black community.The "It would be a pilot programto Al
the two-million-member denomination United Church of Christis see how many of these stu- '
each deposited a union of the Congrega- dents we could salvage," he THE FINEST HOUSING ACCOMMODATIONS
$15,000 with the Allied Fed tional Christian and the Evan- said, "but of course any decisions AT MODERATE RATES-CALL
eral Savings and Loan. Asso- gelical and Reformed Involving it would be
ciation of New York, 115-02 Churches. up to the board." '
Merrick Blvd., Jamaica,N.Y. BONDED !
The national Office of Com- j
municatlon of the United !IIIAGENCYI !
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Church deposited $10,000. RENTAL r'.
Call .
Jed Alfred Hyde, treasurefor
the conference and asso- I I
ciation, said Allied Federalhad CHARLES ...-... f..>__... -

been selected first, because -, .. ........ .._.... .
it is making housing VT ROGERS :
loans available for membersof .

the black community; sec- AT PL 1-7502 1AL4QINC -. ...,J
ond, because it needs deposits -
more than larger black- FOR A GOOD BUY ON A j

controller institutions. Its PIANO, ORGAN, SCOTT >00< ,? THE LARGEST PRIVATE HOUSING RENTAL AN!)

total assets of$5.3,are million In the neighborhood STEREO OR ORCHESTRA \k ;' MANAGEMENT AGENCY IN THE SOUTH, OPERATING

INSTRUMENTS. IN DADE AND BROWARD COUNTIES
The fact that Queens, with a

growing black population, has A fleet of cars and collectors give door to door service for
received less assistance from tenants convenience
government, and church and
other voluntary agencies than A community recreation center for teenagers and adults "rent
Manhattan or Brooklyn also free," furnished and air conditioned for your comfort and enjoyment.
affected the decision of the
United Church agencies. ,; .. ea A public relations department to assist you with" your problems

Tenants concern will vandalism and '
stop reduc.'ecostolhouslng.
Mr. Hyde explained that he w

and the association's chief RENTS ARE DUE IN ADVANCEWE
executive, the Rev.Sterling
ha d been authorizedto
Gary investigate, black banks in SUGGEST THAT YOU PAY AT OFFICE, IN PERSON OR BY MAIL I

the Greater New York area
MAIN OFFICE
with the view of transferringsome
United Church reservesto
these banks. 4150 NW 7th Avenue 759-8733

He said the United Church
agencies raised four ques- 14255 NW 22nd Avenue, Opa-locko MU 8-0617)

tions: (1)) which banks run by 20848 South Dixie Hwy., Cutler RidgeCE 5-3553
aWE
members of the black com- 605 NW 7th Terrace, Ft. Lauderdale JA 4-3357
munity are available for investing -
3801 Grand Avenue Grove HI 5-1381
J ?(2) how are they using -
,I their funds to serve the black ELL HAPPINESS 512 NW 1st Ave., Hollandole WA 7-2434
community? ((3) what rate offc 339 Hommondville/ Rd., Pompano WI 3-2434
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The EAL Social Civic Club Phone 757.7502 Broward.JA: 2-5131 GEORGE HARTH, General Manager
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THE MIAMI TIMES, Friday, April 18, 1969

I Facts Not Fiction l|
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LEON J. ELL.
w To Be Equal
The Reverend Abernathy said I understand why some of my

black brothers have tried to get rid discrimination through

We are not going to work for separatism
Office: 6530NW 15th Ave., Miami{ Flo. 33147-PhoneI691.042: try Whitney M. Young Jr.EecutiveDfrectorISatbnal. separatism. we are
going to work for freedom.

H. E. SICISMUND REEVES, editor and Publisher UrbanLegw I was very pleased with Dr. Abernathy's statement as proof
GARTH C. REEVES, Managing Editor sensible Negro leadership is finally coming
.... ... that the out into
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STANLEY I, .WE'ITING, Theatrical .Editor {,lit, AI" the open, repudiating the militant leadership t feeds on hate

National Advertising Representative Tribute For Phil Randolph and destruction.

Amalgamated Publishers, Inc.: Again, in the April 4th issue of the Miami Times, WhitneyM.

310 Madison Avenue. New York, N. Y. 10017 It's hard to believe, but one of the most revered figures in Young says "If Dr. Martin Luther King were not to have

Member of the Notional Newspaper Publisher Association the civil rights movement,A. Philip Randolph,will be 80 years died in vain, the Negroes and whites must work together to

2400 S. Michigan Avenue, Chicago, III. 60616 cold, April 15. Still vigorous, Phil Randolph has become a leg- create a better society and they can do so by redoubling their

SUBSCRIPTION RATES end in his own time. efforts for what the Negro is fighting for,to fulfill Dr. King's

ONF. YEAR 55.00 SIX MONTHS' $3.00 FOREIGN $6.00 It's easy to be militant today- everyone Is. But Phil Randolph dream that one day there will be an America in which whites

Entered Second Class Matter 9 was militant back in the early part of this century, when and blacks would be partners in equality." That dream could
as August 1927 at the Post
Office at Miami, Florida, under the oct of March 8, 1876 lynching was still a favorite Southern pastime, and Northern only be achieved with the goodwill of the white liberal Americans -

racism was rampant. of which the Jewish people are an Important segment.

NEGRO"CREDO PRESS OF believes THE NEGRO that America PRESS"The can best lead In those bitter days, Randolph edited a radical news maga- The militant separatists are appealing to the baser instinctsof

the world from racial and notional antagonism when it accordsto zine, The Messenger, and spoke at meetings all over the the Negro people, because of personal resentmentand hate

every man regardless of his race, creed or color his human country. I remember, as a young man In Louisville, KentucKy, against the rest of the American citizenry for the rejectionand

and Press legal strives rights.to help Hating every no man man In, the fearing firm no belief man.-the that all Negro men listening spellbound to Randolph's rolling tones and splendid oppression of the black people in the past. Their demandfor

are hurt as long as anyone Is held back. oratory a few Southern states as a Negro Republic is not only ridiculous
..-- Eighty years fighting for the full rights of black people and but, even if it were possible,would be detrimental to

the oppressed everywhere have left many memories, many the interests of the black people in the United States. I Won-
Another Billion From InsuranceOn
high points. I recall marching with Phil Randolph in the 1963 der whether these separatists and hate mongers are aware of

Tuesday a meeting was held at the White House between March on Washington, and other events in which he took partor the fact that Liberia is an independent black republic and has

President Nixon and representatives of the life insurance business In which he was a guiding figure, but I think two of been for the past 100 years, and is no shining example of a

his greatest accomplishments were the organization of his great society that the separation of a few states for the Negro

At the meeting, plans were announced for the investmentby union and his role in getting a fair employment practice proclamation people would create. Haiti is another 100% black republic

life Insurance companies of a second billion dollars to help in 1941.A. Would the American Negro be satisfied with that kind of a society -

alleviate urban slum problems through the financing of housing Philip Randolph is probably best known as the long time ? One would think not and rightfully Dr. Martin Luther

Job-creating enterprises and community facilities for people head of the Brotherhood of Sleeping Car porters,organized in King was a great man and a great leader and his dream of a
living in blighted neighborhoods idea of it meant to organize
1925. Have you any what any society in partnership with the rest of the Americans is not
Francis E. Ferguson, chairman of the business' Urban workers, but especially black workers in those days?
but of the
only realistic greatest hope and help to the American
Problems Committee and president of Northwestern Mutual It is easy now to forget that unions didn't get full bargaining -
Negroes here and as co-partners with all other American citizens
Life Insurance Company(Milwaukee), reviewed the experienceof rights until the 1930's and that people used to work six of whatever racial strain.

the investment of the first billion dollars,now almost com- and even seven day-weeks for a dollar a day. Those were the

pleted, and the effect this experience will have on how the days when good squads roughed up and even killed union or- Factually, the need and desire on the part of the Negro pea

second billion is invested. ganizers. And if things were bad for white workers, you can ple to know something about their history is not only Justified,

The life insurance industry is to be commended for putting Imagine what they must have been for black workers who had but needed. However, one wonders when you hear the oft

their money where too many other peoples mouths are. They the courage to stand up for their rights. repeated desire on the part of some of the Negro leaders to 1

have recognized the problem and are making a meaningfulmore Bur the Brotherhood defied the opposition of management, recapture the African Negro culture of yesteryear,and without

toward Its solution. and it negotiated wage Increases and better working condi- malice, what culture do they refer to?If they refer to the culture

tions even before it was formally recognized in 1937. The of the tribal chief and his Witch doctor, I am certain that

United We StandBlack union also helped black workers in other fields,for here was a the American Negro will reject that idea, and am sure that

black-run labor organization that stood up for the rights of very few of them would fit into that kind of culture.
Miamians were made proud this week when hundreds
the Negro worker. Phil Randolph became the voice
Negro's
of its citizens united their efforts to let the Metro Commissionknow The American Negro is a product of Western civilization
within the labor movement constantly prodding it to support
in no uncertain terms that they did not like the idea of and culture and can and should share in all the glories and
equality. He formed the American Negro Council to eliminate
their proposed takeover of the Economic Opportunity Program discrimination benefits of what Western civilization offers in education,
from labor's ranks and he continues this fightto
Inc. the present day. science, and standard of living, etc.
It was a different sight for the Commission to behold. Here
before them and Most people, though, will remember Phil Randolph for cal- It is true that the American Negro is of African descent,
were people groups they had not seen much of
before. Here were Welfare Rights Mothers, UnitedBlackStudents ling, in January, 1941, for a March on Washington. The nation but nt necessarily fully so. If you examine our early history,

Concerned Citizens for Social Action, Model City Governing -- was, starting to come! out of a Great Depression: that lasted fora you will,find that in the early days of our American politicallife

Board, United Black Federation, and many other grass- decade. Defense factories were booming, and workers in :there was, a.. great amount ,of intermarriage of Negroes
root people and organizations: them were getting high wages.'But blacks were left out. Out with Indians, and, to a greater extent,through White men, that

This all out effort of unity and determination on the partof of 30,000 defense workers In the New York area, less than 200 produced and shaped the American Negro of today, his high

the black community points toanewand better way for black were black. hopes and level of thinking, and culture, but we Americans

people in Dade County through Involvement. This sort of action Phil Randolph and other leaders tried to get the President should be more fully informed of what contributions the Ne-

is long overdue and we hope that this is only the beginning. to do something about this, but Jim Crow was still riding high gro people made to our country.
in those days. The nation was preparing for a war to
If black people want self-determination, they must become preserve Most of the black
Americans
democracy, but it denied the most people I know consider themselves -
elementary democratic
.
involved in all aspects of their community life.,We believe first and
rights to black citizens. Negroes secondarily, just like in the United

that gotten since themselves the disturbance of last August black people have So Phil Randolph, in the days Black Power" had yet to States, Polish people are Americans first and Polish secondarily -

together. captivate the press told black citizens, "you have and that holds good for the Jews and all other groups
Lets
| hope we stay together. power,
but "our is who make up our great country.
problem to hitch it up for action on the broadest,
most daring and most "
gigantic scale.
I am impelled to do not
repeat a Judaic principle. We Jews
Does Jail Prove ? Official Washington flew into a panic
Anything Mrs. Roosevelt
Cabinet believe that society can exist by the rule of love. Judaism em-
secretaries, and other top people put pressure on phasizes Justice as a more realistic approach to life. Every
Maybe our Criminal Court Judges feel that sending a per- Randolph to call off the March. But civil rights agencies like devout religious Jew
repeats in his daily the com-
son to'jail for a long term does not necessarily prove any- the Urban League and the NAACP closed ranks behfnd him and mand prayers"
"Justice Justice shall do not love
thing. Events of the past week make us wonder if human life the March was scheduled for July 1, you pursue. people
people, you may love persons that you know,but you can be Just
is ,being held cheaply, or maybe we are viewing the entire On June 25, President Roosevelt gave in and signed an exe- to everybody
regardless of whether like them personallyor
thing in the cutive order you
wrong perspective.An prohibiting discrimination in defense industries not.
18-year-old youth out riding with six teenage friends and setting up a fair employment practices commission that

got loaded on beer and crashed his car into a building while became the model for later federal job action. The liberation movement on the part of the Negro people

drag racing at 100 miles an hour. All six of his friends died It is all too easy to become swept up by the latest fashions through the, centuries of slavery was In no small measure

in the crash. The judge sentenced the youth to six years and and the latest angry voices,and to forget the accomplishments helped by the Liberals, both Jews and others, without whose

promised parole in about two years. of brave men like A. Philip Randolph It Is fitting that on April assistance the movement would not have had its beginning.The .
An 18-year-old high school girl shot her classmate to death 15, the whole nation should say "Thank you and Happy Birth-

in the school corridor.The Judge sentenced her to eight years, day, Phil Randolph."
American Negroes must work for self-
but because she has primarily
already served 14 months she will be
eligible for parole In emancipation, for no one ran do It for them. but they should.
six months..
Maybe the Judges are right. I don't know. nevertheless; seek the cooperation of every American of what
ever descent, who is willing to help in their struggle for equal-
PHIL OSSOFERWe ity. I

More Job TrainingDade
are careful not to fill our basic health measures II
bealth
I bodies with poisons which
for the body the
County's poor people got a shot In the arm this week would destroy us physically. ( Temple of
'God) and also Get
with the signing of a $1,150,000 contract with the U. S. Department No man in his right mind would the eternal, for the soul, The Miami Times
home
of
of Labor to train 361 persons for Jobs with 18 major risk his life in such a manner. of God. (Genesis the image
1:26): .
firms here. At the
same time, we apparently -
Jesus Who By Mail
The grant allots about $3,200 for every trainee and will not realizing that we are condemned evil,
came that
t carry them through vocational and on-the-Job training.It poisoning our souls. The poi- more man might have life

will finance recruiting them off the streets, and getting sons we can buy in drug stores 10:10.) abundantly Surely (John Every Week For 55.00
them healthy enough to go to work by paying for such minor destroy only the flesh which write those who
things as fixing their teeth them will die publish and produce --------- .. ..
buying in due -
glasses or getting time anyway, filthy books ---- --------,
and
them hearing-aides. but the poisonous filth we read movies, poi-
It will pay the Greater Miami Chamber of Commerce to administer in books and see in movies soning both body and soul,are SUBSCRIPTION ORDER
false
, the program and the PhilcoFord Educational and fills our consciousness,which prophets tempting us to Miami i Times
travel the road,
Technical Services Corp.to provide both pre-vocational train- exists beyond this transient today's "new to ruin. Thus 1 6530 NW 15th Avenue

ing to the Jobless and sensitivity training to their future world. morality" is Inwardly Miami, Florida
a 1 33H7
ravening wolf
bosses. There are in 1I
many warnings I
sheep's I
Finally, it will reimburse the 18 companies for the non- about filth and fornication in the fabric clothing, woven from

productive portion of the on-the-job training.We the Bible. . now the body pleasure and of promiscuous Enclosed please find the sum of $5.00

feel a great deal of credit should go to the following is not for fornication, but for man's animal tailored to fit to cover .the cost of a one subscriptionto
firms who made these 361 jobs possible: the Lord; and the Lord for the Let nature. year
us not allow the
B ;dlne's, Chase, Dade, First, Flagler, Miami Beach and body" (1 Cor. 6:13) ". . let prophets who these false Miami Times.Moil .
Greater Miami Federal Savings and loan associations, Ed. us cleanse ourselves from all "new proclaim the I I

f A. Doer, Gunn Plumbing and Heating, Jordan Marsh, Keller filthiness of the flesh and the souls morality" poison our Paper To ,
causing us to
industries, Kravax Manufacturing Corp., The Miami Herald, spirit, perfecting holiness in from Him Who turnaway 1 Address I

Pan American Metal Products,R. B.C., Lindsley Lumber Co., the fear of God." (2 Cor.7:1). life that we sacrificed His

the Studio of Lighting, the United Banking Group and Wometco The laws of cleanliness re- more abundantly might both have life City _Jtofe. Zip Code .--.'_
corded in the In this
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MIAMI TIMES, Friday, April 18, 1969 5

Still Has Faith In The
Deep For Safety In The Black Community


Little People ., / : '
1.-- /tLI1 :; '.'
A. Philip Randolph is perhaps the greatest leader of the I :
Negro struggle for dignity, justice, and equality in America.He .
has devoted more than 60 years of his long and courageouslife "
to writing, speaking and organizing against racial injustice ;: 7 Ojivi. '
and he has inspired three generations activists to follow ', ,: :,.' 1
his example. By virtue of thse efforts he has won the esteemed -
title of "Dean of Civil Rights."
A. Philip Randolph was born in Crescent City, Florida, on
April 15, 1889.His father was an itinerant minister of the Afri-
can Methodist Episcopal Church.
He attended Cookman Institute (later named BethuneCookman -
College) and then moved North where he continued his
studies at the City College of New York.
In 1914, Mr. Randolph married Lucille E. Green, a former
Virginia school teacher.
During these early years he read extensively in philosophy,
economics, and political science and developed commitmentto
the principles of democracy, non-violence, integration
economic equality, which he has adhered to throughout life.

'MESSENGER'These
principles were advocated with militancy and intel- 1
lectual clarity In "The; Messenger," a magazine that Mr. Randolph .... '
founded with Chandler Owen in 1917. Scholars now regard -
this publication as among the most brilliantly conceived ;;" 'I' :'fi

and edited ventures in Negro journalism ever under-taken. \
Mr. Randolph has never abandoned his ideals, not even in i'Y'i
the most trying and confusing times.In the 1920's, he argu-
ed for Integration against ,the Back-to-Africa campaign of S
Marcus Garvey, just as today he has opposed the movementfor ) i ,
black separatism.His .
faith in democracy, which led him five decades ago to
reject W. E. P pubois' concept of "the talented tenth," has
today guided his criticism of the elitist proposal for black 1"LAW-ABIDINGNEGROESMUSTSTOP" JUSTIFYING NEGRO
capitalism. And he has never compromised his commitmentto
LAWLESSNESS ON DENIAL OF RIGHTS-MUST SPEAK
non-violence as the means to achieve equality for black I
Americans.Out OUT FRANKLY AGAINST THE CRIMINAL: ELEMENTS
of his belief that the Negro can never be socially and
YOUTHSBayard
OF NEGRO
politically free until he is economically secure, Mr.Randolph
struggled to build an alliance between black Americans and \ \\:
the trade union movement.

MET OPPOSITION freedom here and now.
His efforts met strong opposition from Southern oligarchsand I think Mr. Mboya Is to be congratulated for his forthright
powerful business leaders who had traditionally tried to political analysis, for it may be only in this way that those Ne-
use the Negro to subvert the labor move mente Their tactic was groes who look toward Africa for the solution to their prob-
to exploit the Negro's grievous need for employment invit- "SW ,t.Y lems can be brought to their senses.He has rightfully directed -
ing him to scab on unionized workers who were striking!: for Rustin their attention to the economic, social, and political prob-
just demands. lems in the United States. And while he recognizes the great
Mr. Randolph realized that{ the only benefactors of such \ influence that the creative protest of American Negroes has
practices were the exploiters themselves, and he embarked I Speaks s had in Africa, as well as the tremendous effect the African
upon a crusade opposing any form of strike-breaking by Ne- Independence Movement has had on the morale and selfimageof
groes and advocating instead their integration into the black people in this country, he has understood that Africa
American trade union movement. and America' are separate nations, and that Negroes, though
Today Mr. Randolph an AFL-CIO Vice-President and there Tom Mboya's' Message drawn toward one by ancient heritage, are the citizens of the, ,
are two million black trade unionists.who have achieved eCO- other birth-right and experience. And we cannot deny that
nomic dignity, job security, and protection against racial dis- Many people who read of the unfortunate confrontation which citizenship or abandon the struggle for dignity and equality )/
crimination. occurred'On March 22nd following Tom Mboya's speech at the without doing untold damage to our Identity as black men and '
Mr. Randolph's activities on behalf of Negro workers did Countee CullenLibrary In Harlem were deeply confused.They as human beings.Dode.
not stop with this crusade. In 1925 he began the long and ar- had difficulty understanding why black Americans who are
duous campaign to organize the Brotherhood of Sleeping Car struggling for freedom In this country would verbally attacka
Porters (BSCP). revolutionary African leader who urged them to continue 'School Teacher
Despite fierce'resistance from railway companies and the their struggle and not to,abandon it by returning to Africa.
, hardships of the Depression, the BSCP won certification in One must remember that of the overflow crowd that came Salaries
1937. to hear Mr. Mboya not more than a dozen people were Involved Average
In verbal abuse and that the great majority did not
EARLY RIGHTS BATTLE appear to disagree with his position. This fairly well repre- $9,096 "
AnnuallyHow
The consequences of this victory were profound and lasting. sents the ratio of Negroes in the United States who would
The BSC P not only enabled thousands of black workers to earn sympathize or take issue with Mr. Mboya's views. Yet it is do the salaries, of degree at maximum earn$11-
higher wages, but became the central.focus of the early civil important to understand the dynamic that is involved here sinceIt teachers in Dade County, 330 In Dade County, or $232
rights protest movement. bears heavily upon the relationship of all black Americansto America's seventh largest above median.
Brotherhood ,members, armed with the sophistication they their native soil -- which is America.The school system, compare with Dade teachemworU98days
had achieved through their economic struggle and the mobility vast majority of black people profoundly desire social those elsewhere in the nation? during the regular school
provided by their jobs, carried the message equality to Ne- change in' this country. They have a vision of freedom and The salary of a beginning year, but pupils are in atten-
groes in every state In the nation. They became famous for equality which has not been destroyed despite centuries of I teacher with a bachelor's dance for only 180 of them. In '
their knowledge and their dedication, and it is not surprisingthat suffering and daily indignities. But there have been setbacksIn degree in Dade County this 25 other large school systems, )
E.D. Nixon, one of the main organizers of the 1955 Mont- the struggle for justice, and our society has not made the year ranks eighth in the nation; teachers,work from 177 to 196
gomery bus protest which marked beginning of the modern vast Investment In resources required If black people are to according to an updated report days per year,with the medianat
civil rights movement, was a porter. have a full life 'As a result, a small percentage of Negroes fresh off the presses. 18812.Salaries.
TodaY'Mr. Randolph is International president Emeritus of. have lost faith in the American system.They argue that since The "Salary Schedule have increased
the Brotherhood.His equality is Impossible within the,larger society, one should Study" Issued this weekby the significantly in the large
tremendous contribution to the struggle for the civil opt out and establish separate institutions,and that one should department of Administrative school systems over the past
rights of Negroes has been guided by his abiding concern* be prepared ultimately to leave. this country and return to Research reveals that Dade's five years,the study indicates.
for their economic welfare. ,,* Africa. lowest teacher salary,'$6,650, Median Increase ranged from
VICTORY I believe this to be a form of frustration politics that is is $375 above the median for $1,510 for bachelor's degree
far removed from reality. Africa has become for these Ne- beginning teachers in the na- minimum to $2,728 for Mas-
In 1941, with the advent'of World War H, Mr. Randolph became groes a last hope. But as such it is also an'escape from pres- tion's 26 largest school sys- ter's degree maximum Dade
Increasingly distressed about the exclusion of Negroes ent circumstance -- Indeed, it is an Illusion. And when a respected tems. County.Increases during that
from jobs in the defense industries. To correct this Injustice, African leader essentially sticks a pin in that illusion, Lower starting salaries are period were $1,900 and $3, H
he conceived the idea of a massive Negro March on Washington. they are besides themselves,with rage,for he has forced upon paid in Atlanta ($6,200) 280, respectively.The .
He wrote of the dramatic plan In the Negro press and them the shock of recognition that they are Americans, that Cleveland ($6,250.Dallas, average salary paid to Jl
agitated for it on the street corners Harlem and elsewhere. their identities have been forged bitterness and suffering on ($5,800), Hawaii ($4,774) teachers in Dade this year is
Before long, local March, on Washington committees had this soil,. and.that they have no alternative: but to seek their Houston ($5,616), Memphis, $9,096 .. an increase of $796
sprung- UD across the country and as the March began to assume $5.700. and New Orleans over last year.Average salaryfor
larger and larger proportions, the pressure on Presi- ($5,400). teachers in all 67 counties
dent FranklinRoosevelt mounted On June 20, 19U. less nan He conceived and directed the great March on Washingtonof Florida. Increased comparably -
two weeks before the schedule date of the March, the Presi- 1963 which 'brought a quarter of a million black and white The new report tells, on the from, $7,200 to $8,130.
other hand that
dent issued Executive Order.8802, banning discrimination in Americans to the naton's capital to demand "Jobs and Free- salaries beginning The salary schedule is a key
the war industries and setting up the Fair Employment dom" for Negroes.And (with a B.A. degree) factor in teacher recruitment.Dade I
are higher in seven other districts
Practices Committee. Thousands of new jobs were opened up today, on the eve of his 80th birthday, he is the presi- Including Chlcago$7- County probably will hire ti
to Negroes.In dent of the A. Philip Randolph Institute which Is carrying on more than 1,500 new teachers II
350))
Detroit$7,500)andNew)
1948, Mr. Randolph travelled to Washington to speak with the struggle to achieve economic, social and political freedom. York, City ($6,750)). for the school year 1969-70,
President Truman concerning segregation and discriminationIn for Negro Americans. predicted Jack Prance, asso-
the armed forces. Mr. Randolph's influence and authority Mr. Randolph stands out among his fellow Americans as a Dade first-year teachers ciate superintendent for personnel \.
were such that another Executive Order was soon issued to great and distinguished leader who has maintained a deep faith with master's degrees have Some will be neededto
comply with his demands. In the little man and in the capacity for mass direct action to the same ranking, at $7,350 handle a projected Increased {
It is a testament both to his achievement, and to the work achieve just ends. against a national median of enrollment estimated at '
which has to be done,that the armed forces are today the most He has been both a thinker and an activist, as well as a man $7,000. 11,500. Some will be needed
Integrated public institution in America. of enormous dignity and dedication. For those of us who have The Dade teacher with a for the expanded kindergar- I
been his followers for many years,as well as for new activists bachelor's degree and 15 tens and special programs,
CONCEIVED MARCH ,who are joining the civil rights struggle, he remains an in- years of experience earns while others will replace i II
Mr. Randolph's dedicated and Inspiring leadership has continued spiration. $467 above the national median teachers who retire, resignor
throughout the period of the modern Civil Rights Movement In his eightieth year, A. Phillip Randolph continues to point for maximum pay in that otherwise leave the sys-.
the way to justice, freedom and equality for black Americans. category. Holders of an MA. tem.THE .
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6 THE MIAMI TIMES, Friday.. April. 18. 1969 '" At Vizcaya I
_little. Ladies' Day
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.. lMftdfI "Little Ladles", age 3 to 8 caya" Is sponsored by the
and dressed as "big ladies Metropolitan Dade County
going to a party, are Invitedto Park and Recreation Depart I
:: ei1 the Eleventh Annual Little ment. For information please
:;
call 371-3531 extension
t4dOCU4 Ladies' Day at Vizcaya Sat- 218.
.BY CLARICE LITTLE -=- f urday, April 19 at 2 p.m. All arm
,. e
for
Miami Times Society Editor Little Ladies" dressed
BY PRISCILLA REDDINGThe this special day wlllbeadmit-
Guest Reporter, GWENDOLYN J,. HOWARDThe ted free to the beautiful baro- (
Richmond ,Heights Women's Club invites you to attend que gardens of the James
Richmond Heights Garden Club is proud of their first their annual Spring Fashion Tea, Sunday, April 20 from 4-6 Deering estate located at 3251
exhibit in the Metropolitan Miami Flower Show. They were p.m., at Richmond Heights Jr. High School, 15015 SW 103rd South Miami A venue.All other
winners of the third prize ribbon in the garden division. Mrs. Ave to benefit scholarship fund.Springregistration visitors must pay the regular
James Crawford, president organizer of the Garden Club, for the 1969-70 school year will be held admission fee of 25$.
won second place for her arrangement depiciting a rocket. at the Frank C. Martin Elementary School as follows: Tuesday, The fashion parade and
Mrs. Claude Miller also exhibited in the fascinating space April 22, pupils entering first grade) Spring registration for Judging will begin at 2 p.m. at
class. Lilies were given to hospitals in the area and to ill istered. (all children who will be six years old on or before the Casino on the Moundsouthend
members of the community for the Easter Season. January 1, 1970 may register.) of the gardens). Judges
Sharon Robinson of Leesburg was the house guest of Judith Birth certificates are required, but you may register your,this year will be: Miss Clair
Crawford during the holidays. child with or without a birth certificate and bring the birth SaJo, program services direc-
Here for the funeral of Doreen Young were: Cynthia Davis, certificate later.Wednesday tor of the Girl Scout Council of
Zelma Worrell, Barbara Clark, Patricia Thomas, Ronald April 23, pupils entering kindergarten in September Tropical Florida, Inc.; Miss
Thomas, Roland, Donathan, Nassau; Beatrice Styles, Lottie will be registered. All children who will be five years Eleanor Sivert, public rela-
Browne, Henry McKinney, West Palm Beach; Mrs. Fred old on or before January I, 1970 may register. Birth certifi- tions, Metro-Dade County;
Reeves and Mrs. Charles Wars, Washington, D.C. cates are required. and Mr. Todd O'Donnell, pub-
Jesse and Mary Black are proud parents of a lovely daugh- KILLIAN HIGH FOCUS lic relations assistant United
ter Kenyetta La Faye. There will be a "March Against Hunger" sponsored by the Fund of Dade County.
The Women's of the Church of the Door wd d hair gf owtl* and' 91 ,*VuI
Fellowship Open World Free from Hunger Foundation May 10. It's for starving During the judging the spec
are making big plans for their 1st annual Tea", May 4. people of the world. tators will enjoy a variety of
On Saturday morning, April 12 in Nassau, Gwendolyn Ed- Students will meet at the Orange Bowl on May 10 and walk entertainment performedby ,olyoui foya'rJto' be.quty ) <-
wards and Paul King were married. Attending the wedding 30 miles. The object is to raise money by asking different the children from the recreation -
from Miami were Constance Strachan, Wilhelmena Parks, sponsors. For each mile you walk, the sponsor will pay his centers and play-
Dorothy Sawyer, and Claranell McKenzie amount. grounds of Dade County. .
Little John C. Harrison n, celebrated his second birthdayat Representing Killian at the State Science Fair we have Miss Judges will give first, second Add
Howard Johnson's ((36th Street). JoAnn Freedlander, Ed Buckley, and Bryan Winchester. We and third place ribbons In each Temple
Former Miamian Catherine Brown is visiting her family sincerely hope their endeavors have totally pleased and exceeded of four age divisions. Honor-
and friends in Coconut Grove. their goals. able mention ribbons will be
Hosting a cocktail part at their 55th Street home on Sunday FBLA Is sponsoring a car wash on April 19. Make sure your awarded where merited.
were Judge and Mrs. Henry (Jerav) Arrington. car shines by taking Jt to the FBLA car wash.In "Little Ladies' Day at Viz-
The Miami Alumni Chapter of Kappa Alpha, Psi'Fraternity's.Annual the Killian sports competition we find the Cougars: Friday .
Black and White Ball is scheduled for April 25 at Bay April 11, the Cougars faced the South Dade Rebels and the -
Front Auditorium's Caribbean Room. score was Killian 3 and South Dade 4. Also on'April the
A two-day workshop at the university of Florida, Gaines::
Diamond men came up with another victory with the score 1-0.
ville found Alice Harrison and,MargaretAdams inattendance. The week of April 1-26,15 senior week at Killlan. Duringthis
On Sunday Ruby Mizell was hostess to the MRS Club at her week the Cougars will have their annual JuniorSeniorProm

Opa-locka home. on April 24.
Carl and Mizie Hanna returned from a weekend in Freeport This gala event will take place at the DuPont Hotel from
Friday to learn that his sister Mary Owens was in Christian 8:30, 'til 12:30 p.m. Have fun! 0
Hospital for surgery. The next day his father was hospitalizedat :Also on the 25th the Cougars celebrated Cougars day by havinga
South Miami for a head injury. beach party on Crandon Park. Be on the scene.
Get-well wishes: Gloria Dunn and Mamie Kershaw, recup- Representing Killian in the mile relay were Larry Black,
erating in Cedars of Lebanon.George Kllpatrick at home after Ken Thompson, Porter Thompkins and Robert Anderson who .
surgery at Mt. Sinai', Verona Bowens who suffered minor injuries brought back from Gainesville a trophy for a record of 3.150 .
) in an auto accident.Virginia Grant Jackson Memorial This past Saturday the Cougars competed with several
Hospital.Mr. schools at the Invitational meet at the MiamiDade South cam-
and Mrs. Rufus Atwood, (he is) President-Emeritus, pus. Here the Cougars came in third place with Northwesternfirst
Kentucky State, College are completing their vacation on Miami and Jackson second. The Cougars track team brought
Beach after a 13 day cruise in the Carrlbean. home another trophy. .
The Willie Fullers entertained the Poinsettia Bridge Club, We wish them luck in the GMAC meet..
Saturday In their lovely home. Among the guest were Dorothy 1\ II STYLED BY
Weaver and Annie Washington, (Willie's Sister), visiting from Classes
Philidelphla. Wage Earning

Church Women United of Greater Miami North will cele-
Available for
brate "May Fellowship Day", May 1, Miami Springs Villa
Theme: "Beginning A New." HOMEMAKERSLINDSEY
Mrs. Mitchell hostess to the Rubin and
I. D. was Loughlins
HOPKINS EDUCATION CENTER
Zeb Vickers, In her Carol City home during the holidays. ;
The invitations are out for the Rinkeydinks' Annual Cocktail Alterations (Ladies' Ready to Wear) Mon d

Dansette, Sunday, April 20, at the Seville Hotel. Drapery Making > ., jr
Calvin Howard surprised his wife Brenda with pre-birth- (Factory & Custom Methods) Mon or Wed
day party. Her aunts: Ann Hennlngton and Lucille Hague of
Gourmet Party Foods Mon or Thurs
Dallas, Texas were among the guest.
The Carey family were all smiles during holiday, Leola For information phone 350.3231i
Carey Robinson, Norfolk, Virginia was visiting. '

A THOUGHT TO REMEMBER: c' -
"TO EVERYTHING THERE B A SEASON"To

everything there is a,season, and a time to every purpose i :: 1 $5 Down
under the heaven: A time to be born,and a time to die; a timeto
plant, and a time to pluck up that which is planted; a time On 1''
to kill, and a time to heal; a time' to breakdown, and a time to .. .
.
build up; I.
A time to weep, and a time to laugh; a time to mourn, and a
time to dance; a time to castaway stones, and a time to gather Bare your middle.
stones together; a time to embrace, and a time to refrain
from embracing; A time to get,'and a time to lose; a time to Just a little.
keep, and a t i me to cast away; a time to rend, and a time to Show your tan.
sew; a time to keep silence,and a time to speak; a time to love ,t yprl :tit And get your man.A .

Ecclesiates 3:1-8 splash of cotton,

crisp and light.In .
i Teen Help Day Scheduled : brazen black or
FOR
MUSIC LOVERS 60 INCH ES WIDTV's green and white.

May 10th STEREOSB Out of sight.

Hundreds of teen boys and vice Bureau has planned this
Size 3
girls will spend the entire day Teen Help Day as a kickofffor SPEAKERSFURNITURE up. $20.
Saturday, May 10th, getting the summer student volun-
better acquainted with com- teer programs Recreationand & \ Big Sale
munity problems and lending a camping programs, hos-
helping hand wherever a need pitals and nursing homes and Now In
,. exists. From the migrant many others will need many 379-0900 MgaG
camps of Homestead to the student volunteers to work in ProgressOPEN
State operated institution for their summer programs.
the retarded In North Dade, Students may sign up for PHONE BETWEEN 7 a.m. & |10 p.m. EVENINGS 'TIL 9LORY'S
students from the public and Teen Mayday through the Student Sundays Included
private high schools in Dade Volunteer Services representative I 1 1ILORJ'S
County will be giving their in their own schoolor F&M -TV
time and talents for the young for further information, .4
and the old, the handicappedand call the Volunteer Service wn I\
the poor. Bureau, 371-1324. Agenciesor 425 E 9th St.

The Student Volunteer Ser- like organizations to have students who work would for FASHION SHOPS . EVERYWHERE!
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.. ,"," "r : '\ STUFF AND SUCH: Agnes Jarrett-Clark's son Michael
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MSER'SE
,y', Hezekiah lost 2 Joints from 2 fingers on his left paw March 10
while working at a machinist Job . Incarnation vicar Fr A. BEAUTY SALON
Tyrrel Dear bowed out from his vicarage April 15. The talented -
priest takes his charm to the staff of Bishop James L. Dun- 593 NW 62nd Sf 7589353Let
NF can's Biscayne Boulevard office where he'll serve as Planning

Officer working to establish a new diocese . The Rev J. us work our magic on you.
Kenneth Major, Fr Dear's associate will move up to Incarna- Specializing in complete beauty care.
r t tion's full-time priest.
Hair Styling Hair Cutting Tints -

THE LITTLE RED BOOK: One of the niftiest dance invites SCRATCH MY BACK: Annie Jackson bedded at Jackson Memorial Permanents Cosmetics
rye seen around In too long a time comes from the Rlnkydinks . Dotty Ward and daughter Delma with Belle Frazier Manicuring & Pedicure
a female social-civic group whose nifty'cut- back from their Bunny weekend spent with mom and Grandmomin
out' requests your presence at their 8th an- Dade City (Fla) . Leola Griffin's brother Freddy Edge- Wigs Set & Cleaned
nual blast. It Just gotta click because of Its combe and wife Bessie expected down from Harlem any day
21 1969
GRAND OPENING APRIL
classy membership roster and swank Miami now. . Edgecombe's entry will mark a 14-year absence ,
Beach setting. I've heard plenty about these from Southern soil. . The Mail Handlers' Union (Local No. Everyone welcome
Rinkydarlings and what they can do with a 7 65)) AFL-CIO holds Its third annual dance in Bayfront Park's Operators:Juanita Campbell, BurnlCt, Cherry Hemphill
social outing. They're tabbed high up on Mi- audit April 26 , Lum's (of beer-steeped hot dog fame) In
ami's social agenda and to any newcomer \ s downtown Nassau Bay Street experienced its first setback whena
who doubt my theory just pray (and pray stove exploded in its kitchen on Monday causing a fire. All
CTA MembersThe
To
hard) that you receive an invite.and you'll
see what I mean.Booked for the Seville Hotel's SWEETS' TREATS: Leola Carey-Robinson down for the Eas- North Central District needs a director

.Alhambra.grand_ballroom, Apr this ter holidays from her Norfolk, Va habitat returned to the Mi- who works full time in that district, not one
cocktail Dansette could rate the season's 'best seller'. Mary ami scene visiting family and friends, . Shifting in 2nd Gear: who works 70% of his time in another district. ,
Colden succeeds Flo Hawkins as club prexy. Oral Allen Sr finally drifted from assistant principal to prin-
needs director
The North Central District a
i cipal of Lillie C. Evans elementary.. And Charley Williams
,NOTES ON A NAPKIN: Found: At Miami Times Office -- 2 sailed ontoprinciplaof Primary 'A' and 'C' . Angenoria who is actively involved intheunique educa-
sets of car keys left on desk. (1)) 2 keys in leather holder Paschai from principal of Lillie C. Evans elementary to prin- tional problems of teachers and students in .,
marked E.M. Jones Chevrolet Co Sommervllle N.C. , (2) 3 cipal of Olinda Park (an experimental school)where the triple the Model Cities area and other areas of the
keys and a cross with flower charm with No. 319 stamped on 'T' project is being Initiated. district.
small brass oval plate..Owners may claim same by callingat
the Miami Times Office 6530 N.W.I5thAvenue or Phone The teachers of the district are entitled to
OX 1-0421. . At rates'' some 25 per cent lower BOAC an- MIAMI MUSINGS: The Critics Speak: Herb Kelly (Miami adequate representation.If .
nounces a cornucopia of new package holidays. Called Island News) "Singer Aretha Franklin who recently played the Fon-
you are for progress in CTA .- . . .
Holidays the program aims to provide winter season luxuries tanebleau has a sister who sings too.Caroline has been signedto
during the off-season. an RCA-Victor recording contract" . John Miller (En- If you are for dynamic leadership in CIA .

quirer) "Chevrolet signed USC football hero O.J Simpson to a If you are for unity in CTA . . . . . .
$250,000 pact to star In their TV commercials for 3 years . .
SALTWATER TAFFY: Manhattan 20's Mary Kemp and If you are for a strong and meaningful
"Mattell will bring out a 'Julia' doll next Xmas" . .
grandmother Hattie Hammett of Atlanta celebrated Mary's Toys ganization . . . . . . . . . .
"Pat Boone who's sold 40,000,000 discs for Dot Records quit
birthday down in Key West during early April when membersof
THEN CAST YOUR VOTE FOR
and formed his own dlscompany -- Thistle -- in partnershipwith
her org shared the celebration while guesting at the homesof "
Norma Sears the C. R. Roberts' and the Walter (Coltilda) Bill Cosby" ': '

Ashes. . Sears' FuneralHome owner Leo Sears of Ft Myers n>J

(and former Miamian) bedded here in Cedars of Lebanon. . CONFIDENTIALLY YOURS: Sammy Davis,Jr will star in an J 9)x
Recent Nassau Bay Streeters:Hazel Seymour last weekend. .
all-black theater presentation of "Roar of the Greasepaint"in
; Dotty Sawyer two days last week... Joycelyn Knowles Easter Ii I J ,
week . Ida Webb Cleo Webb Irene Williams last weekend. Los Angeles for C weeks this summer with all proceeds 'Ii' q i

going to Negro charities . Out of the Department of Ele-
THE WEEK'S WASH For m e r City of,Miami patrolman- '
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officer James Bowe decidedto
booking (now a postal employee)
Try It Again. She's demure Dorothy Brown originally of Ft emerged four local female principals whoare attendance at ,/ )

Gaines, Ga and a Miami resident for the past 20 years. The Las Vegas to discuss'Humanizing the Elementary School Cur
March 20 .J.D. Mack's annexation of
came .
merger Burga-
riculum": Charlotte Ford-Clark (Charles S. Drew) Thena HEPBURN JR.
GEORGE ,
..' loo hamburger eatery No. 2 was also highlighted by the annex-
,ation of wife No. 2. She's a Delray Beach cutie. . Calvin Crowder (Holmes) Laura Bryant-Saunders'' (. AL. Lewis) On April 20, 21 and 22, 1969

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8 THE MIAMI TIMES. Friday. April 18. 1969
- Outstanding historian reviews Press. $7.50)). Eleven essays
I er. If this doesn't work, what heritage of that region as relates dealing with complex ques-
will?" said Michael at the Out Of A to national experienceand tions arising in the South out
p
close of his interview. myth. of the Civil War.
Next week, Miss Veronica Black playwrights-An
Addie ReportsOn New
Williams Meanwhile, pleasebe Black Anthology edited and with introduction The Black Messiah
by Ai-
Musical happy, love one another. Couch
ArtsBy by William bert B. Cleage, Jr. (Sheed t
ADLTNE PONTIPHFLET: May we footnote our little jr.-Louisiana( State University Ward, New York.
$8.50)
SE visit with you by extending a Bookbag : Press. $6.95. Work of Founder of highly controversial ),
personal welcome to Miss -
Ward
of ANP Douglas Turner Black Nation gives
The Editors in
Donna Moore of By a
new protegee Kennedy, Lonne Elder -
Adrienne set of
"Musical training is a more to M1chaelhavinghisownnum- our delicious BlancheCal- and Ed Bullins is included Jolting sermons his
potent instrument than any ber he tells me "in the loway. Donna will eventually about andfor dedicated to interpretation of "the white
New books by, in this book Jesus" and Black
Power
I other because rhythm and har- spring. grace our stage with both vocal black readers especially include the late Dr. W. E. B. DuBois. "the ; inspects -
mony find their way into the Our spring concert is the and pianistic efforts. the following: Scottsboro, A Tragedy Of Black religious" roots of
"1969 Concert" to be Power.
inward places of the soul. Spring
The Emergence Of The New The American South, by DanT
held in the fabulous LaRonde South (1913-1945)) by GeorgeB. Carter. (Louisiana State
Room of the Hotel Fontaine-
SUNDAY, APRIL 20 T 10 d a 11 (Louisiana State University Press. $10.00)Thestory )
bleau
Sunday afternoon June
,
University Press and The Lit of this infamous case OPEN!
h 15, commencing at 2 p.m.ThisIs is tle-field Fund For Southern which began in 1931 with the 1:45:
an invitational affair invi-
O.I.C. SUNDAY History of the University of arrest imprisonment and
+ tations of which are available Texas, Vol. Ten. $12.50). Delineates death sentence of nine black Very Bold! Very Daring
through anyone of our society Give a donation whena changing political, youngsters accused of the rapeof "WAYWARD WIVES"
members. solicitor contactsyou social climate in South under two white girls in Scotts-
"I feel musical studiesto oleo the
my (.ex.otlonahIt
New
stresses of depression boro, Alabama, is retold in
be a good personality build- Deal, labor movement, Negro detailed and documented nar- THE MOTHERS"
unrest and two world wars. rative form. Plus 2 Girlie Frolics In color
4HARRY The Burden of Southern His-
tory by C. Bann Woodward The South and The Sectional
NOW SHOWING revised edition (Louisiana Conflict, by David M. Potter. t t

State University Press.$4.25)) (Louisiana State University
SCREENED AT
[MIAMI' IUCN 141-1401
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Doors
7:00 & 10:40 0 S Openat
I MCCARTNEYNo I Vr V Classes Now Open: 1:45 p.m.
It's the hottest
statement could have I THE LOUISE RILEY stag show In town
been more true when appliedto DON TRAVIS *
the introduction of our next FINISHINGS MODELING JERRI *
CARR
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guest Performing arts So- ;. For thepolice ,f'f ACADEMY MIA GARDNER *
ciety member, Mr. Harry t
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Michael McCartney. r IV} 3S H E 17th Street, R m 233 TERRY DARNALLLate

c;: murder TEL: 379-3531 I Show
Every NitelNew
"Mike", everyone will call t( /,
is an t Watch for of Show Every Mon.
him, is a young man of mul- some our On Screenl It's Splcyl'
tiple tastes when it comes to everydayaffair. VV4 VV VV k.models I on Channel Z. Daring Girlie Feature
selecting what is best for him. ... Auction, April 2126. E
ADULTS ONLY *
More outstanding still is his except

natrual tendency to share the ,,, when
fruit of his efforts, especiallywhen
the
success comes ample.We .
like to think he does his suspect 11 -

very best only to complimentthe is acopl _
influence of his surround- AMiami's
ings. Deceivingly, Mr. Mike
appears a tiny bit shy. His
mannerism is quiet and very
polite. But, all this to say thatif I
there is a calm before a
storm, his is the ultimate in a
downpour of :gentlemanlinessand
what a wonderful human COLUMBIA PICTURES Presents answer to Sydney Poitier. p

being should be.I'm especially GEORGE PEPPARD Appearing in this picture: WAME's :

happy to ascertain that Mi- f amousdisc jockey, the one and only: ><
chael is unspoiled by the vul- JEAN SEBERG '
"BUTTERBALL"Their
garities of that which is un-
pleasant in society."The most RICHARD RILEY. 1J

likeable young fellow in the F
society' 'is what the girls cal # "itNiWWLIiU II.N.
him. << bag-

Talentwise, Mr. Lapierre*
tells Michael Suggested for MATURE audiences
me was introduced
(narental rtntrptirin"ifltfKnHSPECIAL
to the piano following supplying
ADDED ATTRACTION 9:00
several weeks vocal studies

and exceeds that his our rate expectations.of progress It 1R. UGLY HITS TOWN Iffifu 0

was he who played In a recent ,
Musicale only a few weeks ,' :'
after his commencement and p"'lIIIfIt-iFllAr r'Y IO.'tiOtl

ly.held his own mostsatisfactori- GUN/lIIWI/- : 1

Michael is the son of Mr.

and Mrs. Harry McCartney ,
residing at 820 NW 64th Street, 'c! TECHNICOLO/r'TECHNlSCOPr'E[' ;..... <'t Ie..er . TELLS IT
here in Miami. :

For you who have attnded LEE m'N Ji; LIKE IT IS!
the last Performing Arts Con
cert, you will remember this 11/I ClEEF ': ;

r young man when he was Also starring: "Butterball"
coupled with Miss Valda Colein
a bright Finian's ,., JEREMY SLATE STEVE ALAIMO i iriums auNDiEi WILLIE[ PASTRAND'LJ

Rainbow" number. What with MERCHANTS WHO ADVERTISE IN THE RESTRICTED.. A FILM MI'SIS' TRMTKHUl MOOUCIKM.!EASTMAN COLOR 11II U(0 AUTSTS Mil

his green vest,his soft voice MIAMI TIMES ARE TELLING YOU THEY Those under 18 must be r
and well rehearsed gestures, with parent or adult! s
we were proud to enjoy the APPRECIATE DOING BUSINESS WITH YOU.

success of his very first solo THEY ARE COURTEOUS, DEPENDABLE.
effort with the society. PLEASE
PATRONIZE THEMI!
Now we are looking forward

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County Attorney Tom Britten is asking for a ruling from the

Florida Supreme Court on the procedure for filling the seat M r' '

of self-exiled County Commissioner, Earl Carroll. Claude sS- S
Kirk suspended Carroll after the Commissioner stated that

he could prefer not to sit on the Commission until these chargesare Mr. and Mrs. Willie Smith give their thanks to

cleared. their family who to celebrate with them .
If a ruling is passed down from the Supreme Court saying came at I
that the County Commissioners can make a temporary ap- their wedding reception. ;

pointment . or that Claude Kirk has the power to make an

appointment . we could likely be in trouble. The point is,
would we have a person who would be a representative of the

black community? This is an issue because Carroll did repre-

sent all segments of the community, and the black people
ffeel" that they have representation in him. We realize that

he Is pledged to represent everybody, but the thought is there

among the people of his own race.Now,will the person selected -
be black or white? Will that person understand the prob- Blanche
Calloway, president of Miami-based Afram House
lems of the black community? If I had my druthers, I would the first mail-order house in the nation run by blacks and,
pick Garth Reeves. . not because I write a column in his "I
serving the black community,shows some of the beach apparelnow
but because I believe he wouldserveall of the
newspaper, peo-
being offered by Afram. Miss Calloway sister of the
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ple, and still have an understanding of the problems facingus. famed
Cab Calloway, says Afram's concept of introducing
second choice wouldbeBill of the United Fund
My Wynn items
designed especially for the nation's 22 million blacks
and thirdly, Sam Moncur. While we are waiting for a ruling "has ah
really caught on" and now Afram Is branching out. . y
. . ]Just as a sampling of your feelings, send me a card with into some of the nation's top retail stores. Since Introducing
your choice of "temporary appointment" until Carroll Is fully
the first
catalog last fall, Afram has received a Hood of requests -
reinstated, which we sincerely believe he will be.Please sign from retail establishments and distributors to handle

your name or we cannot mention your candidate. Put your the Afram line, Miss Calloway said. r
choice in 1 2 3 address is Miami 6530
order. The Times, "Afram
she added
products, "will soon be available at
"
NW 15thAve.andyoucanaddressit"BonduC.C. Poll. Let's J. C. Penney, Jefferson Stores, the Grand Union outlets,
who think would be the most for the
see you logical person Job. Jackson-Byrons, the Levitts Furniture stores and In individual
* * * * * * * *
retail establishments across Florida and the nation. J.D. & HIS BROTHER BOB SAYS
I was reading an article the other day(y'all didn't know I :

could read, did you?) and this person was expounding on the '
premise that Negroes have been deprived of their knowledgeof Jabberwock Does It's Thing"Do "COME TO

their history. I disagree with this to a great extent, because _
libraries have been open to us for "centuries".I believe that your own thing! Is the ing sensational Helen Glover THE BURGERLOO" 'i
we have deprived ourselves of this knowledge because we have cry of the producers of the directly from the 0071/2

not gone out of our way to seek out the many fine books that 1969 Delta Jabberwock. Thisis lounge on Miami Beach.
Delta's 26th Annual Jabber-. What You Need ... We Got!
As this
would of which youcansee
give us our history many we are now tryingto prom-
have into wock and its being presentedat ises to be an exciting
put schools. The biggest deprlveatlon has been to evening,
the Americans of other nationalities, In that they have not Miami Northwestern Senior especially when you realize 'BURGER-LOO CHEESE BURGER 1

.been given a chance to learn what the Negro has done for the High School Auditorium on that "Nickie Lee", the "Kingof FISH .MILKSHAKE ,
country he lives in. He has been left In ignorance because Friday, April 18, at 7:30 p.m. Kool" of WAME is the
.these books were not introduced In history classrooms.He has The admission is adults $1.25 grooving, moving master of *BG! MAC FRENCH FRIESCHICKEN i' 'f

po idea that'we have been here since he bought the Brooklyn and students .$1.00.'-'Tickets ceremonies. Hearing "Nickie SOFT DRINKS i
can be purchased at the door. Lee" is one thing but watch- ,f
Bridge and since the Tea party.He has no Idea how many wars
.we have fought In along with them. He has no idea that the This ,year's theme Is"Jab' ing him In action is "some- 5321 NW 27th AVENUE I IOPEN1DAYSAWEEK

Bible, if properly read and translated,shows that we have been berwock Does R's Thing," un- thing else" again. '
der the direction of
here as long as he has,and that we have been prominent in all Mr. Delta Invites you to be there
phases of life.He has been taught believe that all of us came Richard Strachan of the and do your own thing by enjoyIng 1166 N..V. 95TH STREET
Richard Strachan It's
from Africa, and this"back to Africa" movement that Is being Trio. an evening of high-voltage ACROSS FROM CENTRAL HIGH'SCHOOLLONGER.
done in four sets InClassic"
sought by some black people does not apply to all. I have lost "Thing entertainment. I

nothing in Africa. . my ancestors did not come from there, "Thing in Jazz", d
and I don't intend to "go back".lam an American, and I want "Thing Soul",and thing InSpace" 1

American History(black and white). .
Instead of raising hell getting "our culture" taught to us in "Thing Classic"featuresthe
Miami Northwestern
schools, we should be raising hell trying toget it taught to all ... a '
Chorus under the direction of
people of America and everywhere in order to help the poor S
Mr. Arthur Evans and the
Ignorant people who don't know about us to learn. When a per-
son knows and is better Informed,he is a better persons with- Shootes family. Also IncludedIn YET MILDER. ;
this set Is a creative dance
in himself. This should be our fight! To help Inform. . to .
number by North Dade Sr.
educate . and to create a better understanding of our con- ,
High School choreographed .
tributions . among all people.anybody would like to read '1 .

some good Negro history books, Mayme his dozens of them by Thing Mrs. in Frances Jazz Is Pierce.coollyhandled ' ;i o'u=" ;' ,J J
that her mother passed on to her years ago. They are there for '; 20CICAR 1JES= I It'

you. Read them, and let your friends read them. by the Strachan incomparableRichard Trio. I I'I I J 1 ib

The funeral of Doreen Reeves Young last Thursday at St. Thing in Soul gives us,.. I: .'1.. 't

Agnes Church was one of the largest ever seen here. The huge groovy, Janet King and the \ t

church was filled and hundreds stood outside.Floral pieces Chevrons and the Swinging" ,. ;
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were too numerous to count, and the church services were Maycheck Twins. ,
beautiful and dignified. Finally "Thing In Space' "
sends us into orbit by present- ,
PRETTY GIRL OF THE WEEK: Lenore B. Smith _
PRETTY BOY OF THE WEEK: Walter Green j

VIP OF THE WEEK:.Frank Rolg SEWING MACHINE I Ir
MOTHER OF THE WEEK: Evelyn Wynn 1968 SINGER CONSOLE I IM
Slightly I used zig-zag In
to Mrs.Marie stylish wal. cob. make but.
QUICK NOTE DEPARTMENT: Our sympathy
holes,sews en but*., monograms -
Carl In the loss of her mother,and to the Reeves family on the applique, overcast i
loss of their sister . Jamaican Ambassador and Judge and blind hem stitch with. ,.1

Henry Arrington (he's both you know) had "a few friends" In trols out attachments.built'In.. Full All price con ,

for cocktails last Sunday night to meet Mr. and Mrs. Robert $51.20 or assume paymentsof M I'
Brownandboth, he and his wlteare charming people. The "few' $6.00 mo. For free home ;
friends that Hank and Gerry had In to meet them could have almost demonstration, call Capitol
filled the auditorium. I'm not saying It was crowded, Credit Mgr. till 9 p.m. No
obligation. If toll, toll col-
because they came and went and it was a beautiful affair . Let. 9498124. '. ,.
Just saying that I wish had that many friends. Among some of Capitol Sewing Machinesof : ,I 1
the folks I saw'were: Dewey Knight, Bill and Evelyn Wynn, Southern Florida 5

George .and Rose Armeitre, Mr. and Mrs. Leon Earl, Harold T I
Oliver, Shirley 'Turnquest, Dr. and Mrs. Edwin Shirley, , 11 I I
Richard and Katie Gardner, Mr. and Mrs.Sonny Wright, and
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too many more to mention. The ladies were beautifully attir- Brown & Son ,
ed in the colors of the rainbow. The concentrated Employ- I IIt
ment Program, 6444 NW 7th Avenue still has some Jobs aball- It Itu.s.

able In their training program for model cities residents ., CARPENTRY AND : :

Why won't Cal's restaurant get some potatoes to serve with GENERAL REPAIRS .Government figures show ''f 1
:1
their good breakfasts? cannot stand grits,and have to give upa FREE EATIMATES

good breakfast with biscuts and stuff at Cal's to go else- PALL MALL GOLD lOa'slower ;
where for potatoes ril even eat pork and beans, if they will

serve them . Phyllis Branch opens the Thunderbird on CALL 154-8590 ,. in"tar'than the best-selling .f
May 2. All yll who've been waiting to hear her, now is the 220 N.W. 50 TH ST.

time . That is it for this week. Till he next one. . LIVE filter king. :l lt
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By BRENDA JACKSON

Garth C. Reeves, Jr. -

This week has been very busy for seniors. Monday,seniors
IN THE JAZZ BAG: were decked out In Daskikis and African wear and of course,

Herbie Mann, Mel Lewis,and Thad Jones get together Satur- Afros. Tuesday, career choices were shown by wearing the

day night and gave one smash of a Jazz concert. The three uniform or attire if any, of the different vocations. Blue and

stars drew a crowd which just about filled the entire stadium, gray, the senior class colors,were worn Wednesday for senior

not to mention those who anchored their boats to dig the show ,,>11 color day.Thursday the "grandmas" and "grandpas"came to,
from water front. school to celebrate old fashion day. Friday's special day was
The show ended with the multitude in a standing ovation kept a secret.
clapping hands, whistling and hollering for more. In additionthe r Six Northwestern seniors are working with the James E.
entire bay area was filled with the sound of the boaters Scott Agency offering services such as remedial reading andmath

horns who were also showing their approval. and help with other high school subjects every Friday

Some digging the show were Cliff Edwards,William DuHart, afternoon between 3 and 4:30 p.m.
Jeff Reaves, Norvel Bethel, John Culmer, Dana Moss and This past weekend Charlie Mack,one of Northwestern's out-

Valerie Parish. standing wrestlers,won a third place in the Senior AAU Wrestling -
* * * * * * * as wellas
Tournament. There were many collegiate high
AT THE PARTY SCENE: (. school wrestlers competing. He defeated one of Florida's top
Sammiemae Roberts, Miami Central Junior homecoming I rated AAU wrestlers.The .
queen threw a Saturday birthday party for her friend DIAnn concert chorus of Miami Northwestern Sr. High School

Bowen who Is also a senior at Central. I r;::; presents a record sale. The cost is only $3.00 per record,
DIAnn turned seventeen Sunday morning with a host of I \ 'jI stero-12 inches. The record, will include many new and old
friends singing happy birthday at the stroke of twelve. ., $",- .,''> '<' songs that they have sung over the years.
Some of those at the set were Dalia Williams, Earl Sanders, .

Ike Williams, Juanda Dimmons, Clyde Porter, Cheryl Robin-
son, Malcom Cooper, Stephanie Frederick,and Glenda Thorpeand
a host of other Central Rockets. Sod SMa 0t/e Wm Miamian Outstanding' Suden-I

* * * * * * * *
Former Miamian Tommie
AROUND TOWN: She's a member of the Speaker's Council, Athletic,
Thompson, son of Mrs. Ella
The National Business Week seminar sponsored by the Iota Association, Hospitality Club, Student Council, Ami- Mae Thompson of 1820 NW 3rd
Phi Lambda Sorority was a big success. The program proved chettes Concert Chorus and the All-Miami Youth Avenue Apt. 13 isanoutstand-
very Inspiring with such panelists as Alvin Guilford from the Choir. Yes, very active and very Personable Is Cheryl student at Dover High
Small Business Association, Fleetwood Price from Coca Cola Ann Robinson the daughter of Mr. and Mrs. ThedoreW. ing
and pharmacist Mrs. Eleanor Gihson from Eddie's Drugs. Robinson of 3031 N.W. 48th Terrace.. School, Dover, New Jersey.
Tommie, an 18yearoldsenior
Celebrating birthdays are Jestlna Days, Miss Miami North- has endeared himself to
western on last Friday Denise senior ..
at
Sawyer, a Pace on -=-" the entire student body In the
last Sunday and coming up this Sunday Miami Jackson senior
short time he has been in the
Juliette Poitier will be celebrating another year at the good - -- -
school.He
life. } Reports"J' Is. not an athlete, and Is ub
-JIt Raider p j
I IL not associated with one groupof 1I

hv CHRIS BATES clique,he Is considered out-
_ __ _ J 1 standing because of his school
- - - -
spirit and his total dedication.
The only black student run- erbacks on the varsity football Called a "natural leader"by I

ning for Student Council officeis team. He hasbeenanexcellentplayer one of his teachers ,

Glenda Edwards,she is run- on the basketball team Tommie attended Booker T. TOMMIE THOMPSONYouth"
ning for the office of vice- and is a hard hitting memberof Washington High School hereIn
and is waiting for word
president. There is a strong the baseball team. As a recap Miami before moving to
of his
"s possibility that she will win Clinton set up the only New Jersey in his Junior year. In a acceptance.contest held the
this election, there are no touch down at the Miami High He is president of the Senior among
JESTINA Dr ANN students of the senior high
other black students cam- game, with a first down on the Boys Vocational Club at the
Wayne Troutman, Carlos Harding, Willie Myric and Harold paigning for the office so there eight yard line. He plans to attend high school where he,is majoring 'classes, Tommie was named
"Mr. Dover" for securingthehighest
Clarke serving on the altar at the funeral services of Mrs. will be a full black vote behind the University of Southern in graphic arts. He
Doreen Young. her. The following lines were California after graduation. works summers and after amount of money given

Nineteen girls to be presented at the Sheraton Four Am- taken from her speech at the The Modern Dance Club will school in a local print shop. him because of his popularity.The .
contest also benefittedtheMarch
bassadors Friday night in the third annual girls of the year campaign rally. "An organization present their show this thurs-
Tommie has applied for admission of Dimes.
international ball sponsored by the National Council of Negro such as the Student day at 7 p.m. in the school auditorium -
to Montclair State received his trophyas
Women. Council must have able officers Many of the girls Tommy
College under a special TRY "Mr. Dover" during the
Richie Havens to give a concert Saturday night at Dinner whom the students will will perform solo number
follow and cooperate with. I program "Talent Research athletic awards assembly.
Key Auditorium. there will be a comedy act on
Seventh avenue's teenage nightspot Place" finding excuses wish to strengthen the lines of the program.

to turn blacks around at the door. communication between the National Forensic League
* * * * * * * Student Council and the student will take part in the debate Maxine Chooses The Friendly

BLACKS IN THE ENTERTAINMENT WORLD: body. I will attempt to unite the workshop, June 17 July 30,
Three of the five title songs of movies nominated for the entire student body, of differ- at Miami Dade Junior College Skies Of UnitedMiss

academy awards were performed by blacks on.Monday nights' ent social, racial and religious South Campus. All the first Airline
from the
live groups. Fve only been at Edi- debaters ly graduated
airing of the show. year are filling out Atlantic
The title song "Funny Girl" was delivered with a touch of son two years, but I am able their application with much Training Division of
soul, as FrankSinatra put it,by Aretha Franklin. Abbe Lincoln 'to feel the great sense of love, enthusiasm.The School, in Hartford, Conn.
When the recruiters and interviewers -
who played opposite Sidney Poitier in"For Love of Ivey" was devotion and respect for our chorus has selected the e4 airlines
performed by Miss Lincoln. The third was a choreographedscore school, faculty and student music they will perform at the from the at the
from the film "OLIVER" superbly performedby body that makes this a great chorus and band, spring con- came to m selections
the very beautiful Paula Kelly school. I Glenda Edwards wish cert. Student director George end of raining, Miss Mitchell
to serve you,"the total student Ingraham will con due t Rus- decided on a career with Unit-
ed Airlines tobe based in New
45 OF THE WEEK: The Composer by the Supremes body. sian Picnic, by Harvey En- ,
ALBUM OF THE WEEK: The Soul of Paul Mauriat RAIDER ROW . ders. Other numbers on the York City, at present.

Until later, do your own thing. Clinton Baker, five eight, program are Dry Bones, Miss Mitchell attended
one hundred pounds, was one Frostiana and She Walks In Mays High school, and was
F.S.E.S REPORT: of two Juniors acting as quart Beauty. graduated from South Dade

High School. She also attended -
Training Jobs Open Now Miami Dade Junior College.

SUPREME She formerly worked as an
If you have no experience but want to work-here is an Maxine Mitchell, attractive -, assistant recreational leader
opportunity to work and learn a new trade. All you haveto AND 19-year-old daughterof for Dade county and at the J.F.
do is apply for a Job at the Employment Service Office WIG\ the Mitchell's at 786 NW 9th Kennedy Center in Home-

listed below. fI St., Florida stead.
Y City, was recent-
(1). A Hialeah employer has Job openings for metal BEAUT = -

machine operator trainees. The starting salary is $1.85
an hour for a 5:30 to 4:00 a.m. shift, Monday through SALON ATTENTION ALLCOSMETOLOGISTS ATTENTION NCCEAGLES

Friday. SPECIALS!

(2). We have an opening for a person who can drive a AFRO WIGS
heavy truck. You would work from 8:00 a.m.to 4:30 p.m. $18.50up Mrs. Cathlean B. Ross, All North Carolina College
Tuesday through Saturday. The salary starts at $90.00 a 100% HUMAN HAIR WIGS $19.95 up president of Orange Blossom Alumni are requested to attend -
week plus overtime. 100% HUMAN HAIR FALS $30.00 Cosmetologist Association a meeting for the organization
(3). A N.W. area employer needs a warehouseman. WIGLETS up #123, chairman of Shop OWn- of the Alumni Chap-

The starting salary is $1.70 an hour for a 7:30 a.m. to Let $9.95 up ers Guild,and local presidents ter for the State of Florida.
h 5:00 p.m. shift, Monday through Friday. us.supply your hairgoods request the presence of all This meeting will be held at
Monday Saturday 9 _. licensed
Apply for all these Jobs at the Industrial Office, Florida a. to 6 p.m. cosmetologist on Carver Ranches Recreation
State Employment Service, 1350 N.W. 12th Avenue,Room'to Barbara Higgs, Owner Sunday, April 20 at the Sunlight Center located at 21st Ave.and
5:00 p.m. Monday through Friday. 1110 HW nth AVENUE 691-9392 Beauty School at 11 a.m. 59th St. In West Hollywood on

Meeting of vital Importance. Sunday, April 20.



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I Parents' Cleanup' At Block Rally ""The Black Power Revolt" In Fourth Major. Printing .

Liberty City; area concerned ; The sweeping, raking,shovel- -
Parents (LCACP) conducted ing of glass and cans con- The best-selling The Black had named The Black Power realistically the deep social not available elsewhere.
a block rally, Thursday, tinues.A Power Revolt has gone into Revolt as its April selectionayear questions that have kept blacks Among the contemporary
April 3, on NW 61st St. be- itsfourthmajor printing as the ago, has since placed the and whites locked in domestic writers In the book: Floyd B.
tween 12th and 17th Avenues questionaire was distri- book passes the first anniversary book high on its bestsellerlist crisis for generations.A McKissick, Chuck Stone,
The Tacolcy boys conducted buted as part of an educational of its publication by ranking it a close secondto collection of 36 essays, Stokely Carmichael, Alvin F.
the rally by playing record five program to help keep these Porter Sargent's Extend- Malcolm X'sautobiogra letters, and speeches, the Poussaint, LeRoi Jones, Na-
ings of the late Dr.Martin Lu- blocks clean once it is ing Horizons Books. Black Power Revolt traces the than Wright, Jr.
finished. phy.Today
ther King speeches, using. a Reviewers and commentators The Black Power Re- history of the black power Historical figures include:
public address system.. The Refreshments were served. from coast tOlCoast had acclaimed volt appears on required read- concept to its beginnings in Benjamin Banneker, Nat Tur-
LCACP was organized under Mrs. Emma Powell, presi- the volume when it ing lists in more than 750 17th century America and pro- ner, Marcus Garvey, Frede-
the auspices of the Economic dent of Liberty City area con- was published April 22, 1968, schools, colleges and uni- vides philosophies of many rick Douglass, W. E. B. Du-
Opportunity Program, Inc. cerned parents, said April 26 shortly after the assassi- versities in the United States. spokesmen of the movement Bois.
Informing tenants of the im- will final1zetheclean-upcam nation of the Rev. Dr. Martini' Its widespread classroom use today. Twelve of the essays Floyd B. Barbour, Boston
portance of their participationin paign on NW 61st St. between Luther King. may suggest that Americans were written especially for the writer and teacher, edited the
cleaning; these five blocks. 12th and 17th Avenues. The Negro Book Club,which finally are ready to face book. Many of the others are volume.
.
The book has been trans-
lated into Spanish and Italian

editions. ,,
Tom Wicker Jonathan Koz- {
Shirley Jordan designing woman '; ,
ol, Julius Lester, Nat Hentoff,

As founder of"The Clothes Gallery" on New York's Seventh Avenue, Shirley Jordan Truman Zlnn are Nelson among, and well-known Howard

designs and manufactures everything from elegant dresses to tweedy suits. writers who have praised the

She's also the wife of jazz musician Cliff Jordan, and mother of an 8-year-old daughter. collection. ;

How does Shirley manage it all She swings into it with ease with a bottle of Herbert Kenny, in the Bos-
ton Glove: "To have read the
ice-cold Coca-Cola. Shirley knows that the good taste of Coke makes things go better. book is to applaud the confi-

From a.m. to p.m., and back to a.m. again. dence of the Negroes in the
democratic process: . "
Things go better with Coke. Robert Maynard, Washington -
'.........(.| Post: . the book is
A the best to date."
Howard SchwartzRider
l
College: "The message which
emerges from all these readings -
is that the rhetoric of
'( Black power did not begin with
Carmichael in 1966, but dates
back to the arrival of the first
Negro slaves on American
I shores in 1619 This cry for
Black power which
y I we analyze -
today began almost 350
years ago."
John Barkham, Saturday

V4, Sri. 4Y.j',%i i{:. sy Review Syndicate: "White 1
% readers will find this grim but
r ;; salutary reading.1"
Ralph Friedman, in the Ore-
;. ., gon Journal, has written:
"This could easily be the best
book on the black upsurge that
has yet been published."
The Arizona Tribune: "We
are pleased to discover that a r
book of this magnitude and dy-
namic approach has been made
available to readers in the '
/; ;' */ United States."
The Black Power Revolt has
been selected for the libraries.
(
of the Eastern-regional sys-
tem reading list.Young .


ra Slams

/, Firing OfAlexander

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hrq The following statement
/
/ by Whitney M. Young,Jr., exe-
jf;. 4. , cutive director of the National
Urban League on the resignation -
of Clifford Alexander of
EEOC:
;
rS "I deplore the contro- t
d{ versial events leading up to the
resignation of Clifford Alex-
ander as Chairman of the
EEOC, and the Implication of

/, I...- "..:,.,. intimidation it carries.
r i% f v y
'Mty' "v4yr "I am especially concerned -
-
:: about the charges that re-
'-. .. quring employers to comply
a s| with the law constitutes "ha-
Jy kf NairlodUrgyyra7u I rassment. I am far moreI
I concerned 'with the harassment -
.. .\ so black workers
iu dcav/rrlW.ia' :ifSs h'1.. rr 9 i./ many
r \ face, in the form of illegal
discrimination in hiring, payment -
I
+' and promotion.
1 d 'I'

"It is especially disturbing

.I'.Y:I' r(, that this controversy is "
.."",, not about new, bold programsthat
are needed, but about en-
forcement procedues of laws ;
already on the books,laws that
many responsible corpora-
tions are 'proud to comply !

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DORSEY CLASS OF'49

The,class of 1949 Dorsey
... will hold an important meet-
Ing on Sunday, April 20 at 4
:: p.m. The meeting will be held ,rat t
Freeman's Restaurant 8615
I NW 22nd Avenue. All 49'ersare
r urged to be present.Tele-

Bo'tti; 'under, / the .uthonty of The Coc.-CoI. Company by the people In your town who-bring you Coca-Cola.': ......... M."MM" N..I.'....,..M .....WHICH/.n..0..".,01 Ml IOC

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Mothers Of Twin .... ..., ,..


North ClubThe Dade-South Bra t Equip Yourself For

ward Mother's of Twin's Club 4
will hold their regular busI-

ness meeting Tuesday, April
22, at the North Miami officeof The Future! .

the First Federal Savingsand ,. .. ,,' Ii,'
Loan Bank, 900 NE 125thSt. .
., at 8 p.m. All membersare < 4: .' 'n- ':
urged to come as the agen- Enroll How '
da will consist of the voting on
the "member of the year".

Candidates Mrs. George for Klammer this honor, Mrs.are j t
1
Jerrel Mullen.Ray and Mrs. Thomas f M A r 2: ADULTEducation

The nominees for the 1969- :
70 slate of officers from the
nominating committee will be
announced and an opportunity : ,,
for nominations from the floor : Classes :,
will be offered. Elections will '

be held at the May meeting. i
On the social side,plans fora _
Tupperware Party are in the _ __ Division Of Vocational Technical
making. We would like all

members and prospective 4 : x And Adult Education
members to come and be ,
among the informed and invit-
ed.Mother's Dade County Public Schools.
of twins of all ages
are urged to contact us as we
don't know who or where you Learn A Valuable Technical Skill Or Study

are. Our clubs purpose .is Trades
three-fold. For Self Improvement
((1) To benefit its members Advertising Display Art Electronics
Air Conditioning, Refrigeration -, Fire and Rescure .
Training /
through programs dealing \ \<
and Heating Mechanic ..
Furniture& "
Auto Interior Trim : f'\
with the education and training Automotive Mechanics 4 .
Machine Shop " ,:
of multiple-birth children, Automotive Body Repair Major Appliance Repair OfficeBookkeeping Occupations S 1,'
exchange Ideas and properties Automotive PaintingAvlatlonPowerplants Ma..age' U
Power Sewing Machine l Duplicators '
(2) To aid in multiple birth & Airframes Operation or Commercial Tax and Payroll Duplicating & Transcribing "
Basic Electricity and Intro Sewing Business English Machines '
research. ductory Electronic Practical' Nursing' Business Law Secretarial Practice; Legal, '/
((3) To sponsor a community Custom Tailoring Radio Communications Business Mathematics Medical
project. Dental) Assistants Radio & TV Service 1,28.3 Filing Shorthand (Gregg)
Won't you Join us in our endeavors Dental Technicians (Color) Computor Programming Machine Shorthand '.
Diesel Engines C TV Studio Production Office Machines Shorthand (Stenotcrlpt ABC)
For information call
DraftingArchitectural TV Studio Technician IRM Machines Typewriting
Mrs. Bonnie Klammer,president Marine, MaWatch Repair ., '
ward, MOTC.North Dade-South Bro- chine & Electronic Welding Home Economics

Clothing Construction TUITION COURSES
Basic and Advanced Ceramics
1 s / i Business And Marketing Foods Basic and Advanced China{ Painting
Enameling
Copper
Furniture Reupholstery
1 1r
Advertising Insurance Home Decoration Fabric Painting
Airline Reservations and Mortgage Brokerage Home Furnishings Flower Arrangement ". ',
t A DOUBLE ACTION Ticketing ., Pscybology of Selling, Preserving Foods Landscaping 0 ,'If G j 4 :>t
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Management and Control
Retail Credit Clothing :wr
DRE ES IWR IN HIKE Control Retailing ".; ,
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Export and Import i):
'. Travel Agency Procedure
GeneralEducationAnd I
Fundamentals of Investment Wholesale and Retail Merchandising -.
Human Relations In Business 0,1, 5C -_ -. .
Income Tax Problems ..
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fee for Laboratory
: classes MIAMI JACKSON HIGH ADULT EDUCATION
*' FURNITUHS Call 634-2641 after 2 p.m. S
Approved ForV.t.ronsTraining
APPLIANCES Llndsey Hopkins Education MIAMI NORTHWESTERN SENIOR HIGH
STEREOSW.T. Center offers both day and. ADULT EDUCATION CENTER
evening classes .. Call 754-5871 after 2 p.m. i

Classes offered In the branch
center usually meet NORTH MIAMI HIGH ADULT EDUCATION CENTER
: WELLS ,Monday and Wednesday or ,Call 754-4651
Tuesday and Thursday from
COMPANY
7 to 10 p.m. SOUTHWEST MIAMI SENIOR HIGH

45 N. W. 54 th Street FREE PLACEMENT SERVICE ADULT EDUCATION CENTER
33127 Call 274-0181 after 2 p.m.I .
Miami, Florida
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THE MIAMI TIMES, Friday, April 18, 1969


I Community Relations Board's First Religious Conference April 24 1\\ I

Board's new effortto Rev. Graham said that one
More than 400 clergymen "who sometimes have felt that of Knoxville, Tennessee. luncheon speaker,Dr.Rhodes. Relations the message of toler- of the major purposes of this
lay church leaders are ex- they have not had a fair hear Rev. Graham announced that The program will direct the carry suburban neigh- conference is to examine and
to
to attend the Commun- ing on the racial issue." the conference theme "Mission conference to an introspectivelook ance through the media of establish the theme that the
Relations Board's first an- Rev. Graham announced that Possible?" . Can the at the participants and borhoods organizational, religious task force will pur-
III Religious Conference the luncheon speaker will be ChurchSynagogue Heal the then at their teaching mission. the educational business and, religious sec- sue in district and subsequent*
at 9:30 a.m. Thursday Dr. Lewis Rhodes, pastor of Rift in American Society?" This Religious Conferenceis of the community ly neighborhood conferences.
.24 in the DuPont Plaza the Broadway Baptist Church will be highlighted by the a part of the Community tors



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DR. LEWIS RHODES
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Rev. Edward T.Graham -

munity, chairman Relations of Board's the Com-Religious ; 1

Task Force,said leaders :
of South Florida's Protestant : ; a" :

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REV. EDWARD T. GRAHAM
. Task Force Chairman a '

Jewish faiths have .urged the
clergymen of their respective l f' 1,'
faiths to take part. t
The Conference dealing with
the role of the church and syna- f'
dt dtr
gogue In racial issues is sup
ported by the National Confer
ence of Christians and Jews r}i Oh F ', ? } r r
and the Greater Miami Urban r} c +
g't'Y' tJ//
Coalition. ; , ,
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"I have noticed a special ty l:,
interest in this conference on l j# ,,1 ifr'i rp'+'' I
the part of the more conser- rgi'I/ ykk'4,4 '
vative and fundamental
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churches Graham said # J t
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SCLC Opens ta, YMiV1n 1'f? ,

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CitizenEducation r






ProgramAn

adult Citizenship Edu-
cation class will be conducted -,
under the auspices of the
Citizenship Education Pro-,
gram of SCLC with Mrs.Im-
gene B. Williams authorized
citizenship school teacher.
This course will seek outadults
who feel shut out of participation -
in the develop-
ment of their community-
helping them understand why
they should participate In the
political process and other
areas of Interest such as read-
Afram House created We couldn't list all 50 Afram
ing and writing. new House cosmetics. But here are some

Education in community specially hair,prepared face and products body. for Afram Liquid make-up base Afram Lemon Cleansing Afram Mini-Perfume Spray
velopment Includes housing your Moz. $3.50
New cosmetics for darker skin jar Cream 10 grams $3.50
recreation, health and improved tones with In mind. Afram House lipsticks 2ft oz. ]jar $3.00 Afram Sachet MistS
home life. Specific There are you SO different Afram . only $2.00 Afram Concentrated oz. Spray top can $2.00
subjects Include filing Income Afram Magic Cream for Shampoo
from which .
House
products ,.
tax forms of you facial flaws 8 bottle 'J' "'
understanding choose. oz. $2.00 : ..
.
tax supported recourses such may Even Soul Brother 116 oz. compact $4.00 Afram Medicated Lotion ; ;t , ,4
as aid to handicapped children exciting for Afram Imported Bergamot 8 oz. bottle $3.50 .; m \ ,''It.
public health facilities, products men. 16 oz. jar $2.75 Afram Citrus Cleanser ::"; ."..:," )'.
with
Every one comes a
how the government is run, Afram Placenta 4 oz. bottle $3.00 'II"'M' i
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money-back guarantee. Creme Afram Bath : ., t
social security etc. also various Oil ", ,
will make .
Every one you even <
leaders from SCLC and more beautiful. 2 oz. jar $10.00 2 oz. bottle $3.00 :. t. :. ,, .
this will give periodical
lectures.city Black and beautiful. ...............

The class will meet at 8 p.m. MEET BLANCHE GALLOWAY, IN PERSON AT . . SUPER
each Tuesday and Thursday, Wednesday, Thursday and Friday, April 16, 17 and 18th from 11 a.m. to 2 p.m
at 1060 NW 62nd St. #32. No
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admission is c bar g e d. Fur- The famous Miss Calloway president of Afram House and sister a e so L DOWNTOWN MIAMI
of Cab / of "Hello fame. She will be there
ther information may be se- Calloway Dolly" to 1500 Blvd.
cured by calling 759-9425 greet you with one of the area's leading cosmetologists who will DEPARTMENT STORES BISCayne

after 5 p.m. give you a free make-up demonstration. Phone: 377-9461

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MIAMI TIMES Friday, April 18, 1969 17Duffie

Promoted Loan OfficerMr. To Assistant fOPf Places Many In Work And Job TrainingBy J JThe

JAMES R. JACKSON, Director
fleer at National Industrial Employment and Job trained and are presently employed The employment depart-
Bank. Training Program of EOPI, as bank tellers,reservation ment is also administering a
Mr. Duffie started with the through its Job developmentand agents, machine opera- Management-Internship Pro-
I bank (then Lincoln National) Placement Services, has tors, bench assemblers, gram designed to provide recent
I when It opened In 1963 as a placed over 14,000 from the stitchers, cutters and finish Negro college graduateswork
bank guard. With his diligent ranks of the unemployed in ers in the following establish- experience as manage-
performance of duty and various industrial, clericaland ments: North Travel Bureau, ment trainees to prepare them w .
willingness to learn, he work- personal service Jobs Pea r c e-Simpson(electronics for executive positions in private -
ed his way up to teller 18 throughout Dade County. Per- ), Andrew Footwear, industry and public agen-
months ago. sons with potential have been Power- fio Products, Alert cies. This' program has begunto
placed with major airlines, Bumper Plating, Seabird catch on in the communityand
Mr. Duffie is married First National Bank, Franklin Boats, All-Tech Industries, we have at the present
(Erma) and the father of five Federal Savings and Loan, All Orthopedics, Air Interna- time placed 25 candidates suc-
children. The family lives at Southern Bell Telephone, tional, Daryl Products, Gertz cessfully, .andare negotiatingwith
9730 NW 19th Avenue.A Florida Power and Light Com- Industries, Hialeah Knitting firms throughout Dade
pany, Keller Industries and Mills, Art Originals, Caressa
member of Mt. Tabor major department stores. Shoes, and many others. In DORSEY- CLASS OF '49'Th
Edward Duffie has been Baptist Church, Mr. Duffie is Through EOPPs On the Job addition to those placed in the Dorsey class of '49 is
promoted to assistant loan of- president of the senior choir. Training Program, over 1000 On the Job Training Program, having a party on April 26, at Mr. and Mrs. Eddie Lee
1000 the home of Earla Mae Lowery announce the marriageof
people with little or no skills approximately persons Higgs
have been placed in Job train- have been placed in Jobs on a Allen, 1280 NW 51st Terrace. their daughter, Eddielene
Ing situations. These place- direct placement basis with Come one come all. For fur- Gail, to Mr. Ernest Brown.
t 'y ''wlaKN ments do not include the direct firms that have cooperatedwith ther information, call 759- The wedding is planned for
19.STANLEY j
placements referred to in the our OJT program. 3490. Please come. May
N preceding paragraph. Since EOPI is presently propos- r _ _ _ ") .;4
the initiation of the program, ing with the U. S. Departmentof
.' flowers for all over 600 have completed Labor to train more from DRUGSYOUR
training and are presently employed the unemployed ranks at the
occasionsFLOWERS by large factories, completion of the present OJT NEIGHBORHOOD PRESCRIPTION STORE
businesses and Institutionsover contract. However, the national 8690 NW 22 Ave 691-3741
Dade County.In manpower allocationsfor ;:"' U.ti.
BYMODERNDAY Mt. Sinai and Cedars of employment programs indicate t> >
r. II
Lebanon Hospitals, over 100 that the State of Florida a x
.y -0. young women have been train and Dade County will be severely -
275 Northside Plaza ed as nurses aides and tech- cut back: in the numberof
;. nicians. Montgomery Pipe and training slots for the fiscal
,Northside Shopping Center Tube Company trained and year, 1969-70. Present indications -
employed over 150 men overa are that EOPI will receive -
693-3971 Day period of six months. In this approximately 100 OJT .5 rY
-1
; 754-1888 Nite group, nine trainees were slots.
made supervisors. Over 100 NEW CAREERSOur
men and women have been New Careers Programhas
trained and placed over
------- 130 persons in public career HOMER i HUMPHREY, Owner
jobs, starting as sub-profes- I COSMETICS GREETING CARDS
II DRUGS
sionals. A recent Inspection :II I
Washington indicated general I I I FREE PICKUP & DELIVERY
satisfaction with its progress..:I ;
jTaIksL! The program was refunded I I MOM. THUR SAT. 9 AM-9 PM SUN. 1 TO 5 PM :
training through November slots. 15 for 100 I \

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banking service from Savings and Checking Accounts to

low-cost Personal Loans. We're proud to be the family I 4,1 000 DRESSES I

bank, serving our friends and neighbors in this community. II .


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SOUTHERN FARMS FAMILY PORISELECTED PACK CHOPS LB.

PICNICS TENDERIZED 1 LB. C

COPELAND RANGER SUGAR CURED
WHOLE OR LB.
BB OAS PAYROLL CHECKS '
BACON, SLAB END ;
ABHH8AB BXPBB81803BY CUJgBS( SOLD HERE >

RIGHTS RESERVED MEATY LARGE
QUANTITY

BEEF SALEu.s. SPARE LB3 3c

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TENDER CHOICE CHUCK ROAST RIBS
MEDIUM SMALL
SPARE RIBS

130 BLoB $13.89TASTY
CU SMOKED
SMOKED SAUSAGE 2 LBBSX 89C
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CHOPPED
SOUSE 5 LBS. $1.49.
.S.CHOICE ALL MEAT TENDER SNO WHITE
BEEF CUBES LB. 79C CHITTERLINGS IOLBS. $2.69

U.S.CHOICE TENDERBONELESS
STEAK LB. 99 FLA.GRD
ALL MEAT BONELESSOELMONTE R ERS
STEAKS LB. 79I
l8.
TENDER WE TRIM-"SKIN AND DEVEIN IT ENJOY IT!YOU BET
BEEF LIVER 3 LBS. $1.29 a. t

u.S.STANDARD
.t RIB STEAKS 'L 79* II. I HOLSUM FINESTSANDWICH
SPREAD or MAYONNAISE IT 49
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I MIAMI TIMES, Friday, April 18, 1969 19

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N.W. 3rd Avenue, or call 371-3659 and ask about our collec.
E tive Buying Program.

0 NEIGHBORHOOD \ Palms graced the stage of the Perrlne Youth Opportunity
Center on Tuesday, April 8, as 30 youngsters walked across ncer r Believe you i Have A Better Idea-,
the stage in front of the capacity ,crowd during the first
'o\ SERVICESPublic \ annual spring fashion show.Mrs.Celia Grant was very pleasedto

see all the beaming mothers who, after the fashion show, 7IWMYOf rh'EPRES/DEKIS lt EH VEE1"Gpf i1M ,
volunteered their services for future activities held here.
'
The Perrine OPI: Neighborhood Center, each Tuesday t* KINGS, OR DICTATORS.Male*;e

hearing: At the Metropolitan Dade County public night, 6:00 p.m. to 10:00 p.m., has a medical clinic. It is
Hearing, relating to the ordinance pertaining to the EOPI Com- staffed by Senior Medical Students from the University of
munity Action Agency of Dade County, Mrs. Birdie White, Miami Medical School along with licensed medical doctorsin u.
President of the Child Opportunity Center Parent Group, A the area. All persons, regardless of income, can take advantage -

Target Area Resident, and Eligible for the Poverty Program, of this service.
was very eloguent In her presentation against the proposed Many Senior Citizens on Monday, April 7at2:00 p.m. were
County ordiance. As a result of her efforts,and the efforts of made very happy with the Easter eggs given to them at their

many other Interested Dade County citizens, who hope to see regular meeting. Mrs. Betty Holmes and Mrs. Yvonne Russ Gentlemen:
the people Involved In their own program,action was deferredon delivered eggs to all our shut-In senior citizens. They are

the ordiance until May 14. sponsoring the Perrine Neighborhood search and serve pro- This sign,of which I have sent you a copy, has been on my
Neighborhood Center "Safety" a Jewish jects.. Thanks to all donors.
: Youth Organization truck for almost three months.No .
conordinated by Mrs. Fiddler,planned a Bar-B-Queand one seems to notice it. Could it be no one gives a damn?
Outing for the children to the Opa-locka Neighborhood Center, UM Teacher Corps Makes Or is it that they are afraid?
on Sunday, April 13, at Greynold's Park. Thirty three of the Let me ask you something ..Is there another sign bigger
Neighborhood children and two of the center's staff, had a on this planet that could mean more to each person living on
great day and enjoyed games, food, cold soft drinks, and the Center For MigrantsA this planet? Then where are the men with a little backbone?

day was a pleasant success for all. The children were ex- small but much-needed small library which is being Are they all so busy grabbing money until they don't care about
ceptionally well behaved and look forward to other such "Fun community center is taking created. their life? I call upon you,each of you, to let's sit down on TV
Days" in the future. shape deep in the South Dade The project Is the work of or radio and put a stop to these bloody wars once and for alt'

Child Opportunity Center: The opening week of operationfor migrant farming area, thanksto Mrs. Josephine Smith, UM Let me hear from you.
the St. Phillips Child Opportunity Center in Opalockawas the dedication and energyof Teacher Corps team leader at Maynor Hall
hectic, but went smoothly. Of the original thirty students a group University of Mi- Naranja Elementary, and her 1100 NW 79th Street
enrolled, twenty-one attended the first: week.Scheduled events ami Teacher Corps members. group of team worker?.
are Parent Group meeting on Wednesday, April 16, and Open Realizing the lack of recreational Youngsters at Coral Gables .
House, which was originally scheduled for April 20, will be facilities availablefor Elementary School have donated
re-scheduled, and the date will be announced.At this time the children whose parents some 200 books for the Jack's MEN'S WEARSEE
Opa-locka general public will be invited to attend as well as work in the fields all day, the newly-created communitycenter.

other Interested factions. Mr. David Pemberton, Chairman of Teacher Corpsmen have been However, more books, MR. JACK"I I
the Area Advisory Board, and Mrs. Marie Carl,EOPI Execu- paint ing and renovating a as well as games, toys and a FOR
tive Director, will appear on the Open House program. Mrs. s em 1-abandoned building a record player, are still ur-
STYLES FOR ALL AGES
Birdie White is President of the Child Opportunity Center few blocks from Naranja Ele- gently needed. Donations to
Parent Group. mentary School, 13990SW264St. this worthy project may be The Very Latest in Men's Fashions

The staff members of the Child Opportunity Center are: There, the children now made by contacting Miss Ann SILK MOHAIR SUITS HATS

Mrs. Vera Desire, Director;, Mrs. Irene Brown, Teacher;,, have a place to meet and play Mills, teacher corps interneat ITALIAN SHOES
Mrs. Evelym Aldridge, Teacher-aid,; Miss Roselyn buncombe and an opportunity to use the Naranja Elementary, at
Teacher-aid,; Mrs. Denise ForchionSecretary,; Mrs, 247-6852 from 8:30 a.m. to 944 NW 2nd AVE. MIAMI. FL01I3A!

Carrie Perkins, Cook and Mr. Willie Baker Custodian. Carver noon,on weekdays.

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CULMER NEIGHBORHOOD NEWS

Parents Group Meeting April 17, at 8:00 p.m., Culmer Ranches What does home need?
Neighborhood Center. All COC and Head Start Parents are News your
asked to please be present and on time. ]
The Central Area Residents are now in the process of By Walter Bo' .J for IMPROVEMENTS Like These .

writing its own paper. (Newspaper) This newspaper will be -TheSou t- Broward VFW
done by tthe people in the area, as they see it,as they want it. Post No. 8195 will meet Sun- ANOTHER BEDROOM FLORIDA ROOM
We have already started and have a Dead Line for our 1st
and Awareness day, April 20 at 3:30 p.m. all ,ANOTHER BATHROOM A SPRINKLER SYSTEM
Edition. Along with this, will be a Public Speaking "
officers and members '
pleasebe "
Course, so the people on the paper,can be aware enoughto 1:11': " PAINTING
present at the post home on AIR CONDITIONING
inform the public. Press cards will be Issued.,This Is a
Pembroke Rd.
community Action Project. If you would like tobecome a part
The ladies auxility will hold
of the group, please contact Mrs. Cora Miranda at 3713659or their Friday andSaturdaynight DON'T WAITI! GET THE MONEY FROM US NOW AND START ENJOYING
come by the office of the Area Director, 1163 N.W. 3rd
sale this weekend at the THE IMPROVEMENTS IN YOUR HOME AT ONCE!
Avenue. Our meetings are held each Monday night at 8:00 p.m.
post. The public is Invited.Mr. .
we think you'll enjoy working with us.
will be held at Hartman Morley of 705
The central Area Advisory Board Meeting
the Culmer Center on April 16, at 8:00 p.m. All membersare NW 5th St., in Hallandale is BORROW UP TO 55,000.00
a new member of VFW Post
to be present.
urged
#8195. A former Miamlanand

Lets Do Cooperative Buying: graduate of Dorsey High TAKE AS LONG AS 7 YEARS TO REPAYOR
School he is the
now serving
What is Cooperative Buying? Its when a group of people get
public in Broward County Mr.
together and buy and distribute at wholesale prices. This is
Morley is also a candidate for
what attempting to do or begin In the Central area.
we are
the city commission in Hallan- AS SHOWN ON THE SCHEDULE BELOW
You may obtain information by contacting this office, 1163 dale.

Amt of Loan 36 Mos. 48 Mos. 60 Mos. 72 Mos. 84 Mos.
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FRANKLIN'S CARPET $1,500.00 48.57 38.12 31.83 27.65 24.66

$2,500.00 80.95 63.51 53.05 ,46.08 41.09

3650,NW 22ND AVENUE $5,000.00 159.71 124.85 103.93 89.99 80.03

SPECIALIZING IN RUG SALES & CLEANING

COMMERCIAL CLEANING & FLOOR WAXING Mortgage on your Property not required
,
CARPETING CLEANED IN YOUR HOME OR OUR PLANT

FREE ESTIMATES IN YOUR HOME CALL 696-9133 OR 635-3641 FREE CHECKING ACCOUNTS FOR SENIOR CITIZENS AND THOSE

24 HOUR ANSWERING SERVICEKS PERMANENTLY DISABLED PHONE FOR FREE BANK-BY-MAIL

SUPPLIES

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ij. I/i/ Starting Salary $92.00 per week

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I. iO \ P\ F R E D D Y S Avenue NW 6427SpV lath


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siARf ROASTSIRLOIN
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!&. 30 BoX LB.
PORK 3 LBS 99
$2.49
CHITTERLINGS 10 LB. PAIL
LIMIT 5
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1st CUT FAMILY PACK /
NECK BONES LB. 15
C hIOPS r FROZEN PORKBACK
4 BONE. LB. 39(
'PORK 4 LBS. $159'. o$ OX TAILS LB. 29* ...

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NTURKEY 25'-' CONCH S LB.BOX $289
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WINGS GRADE
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SLABBACON

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McKENZIE FROZEN PET RITZ FROZEN GRAD B LARGE
BABY LIMAS CREAM
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I Dorsev, Students In Intercultural Exchanae "
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Black students at Dorsey ship at 10 a.m. for a brief Francisco de Varona, a vet-
junior High School participated ceremony which will include eran of Brigade 2506 duringthe
in a h and s-across-the- the pledge of allegiance in 1961 Cuban invasion and a .
border intercultural exchangeat Spanish and a talk on Simon member of the University of
the Torch of Friendship in Bolivar, South American liberator Miami's Teacher Corps
Miami's Bayfront Park on Pan Following the cere- working at Dorsey Junior
American Day Monday, April mony, the students went to High, Teacher Corps team S,
Ffr
14 Viscaya Resturant for a typi- leader at Dorsey is Cecil Mc-
Some 40 students from the cal Cuban meal featuring ar- Cartney.The .
Spanish, French and world roz con polio. UM Teacher Corps,
culture classes at Dorsey gathered This field trip with its Span- which seeks to accelerate the tiWinners
at the Torch of Friend ish accent has been planned by process of bringing economically -
disadvantaged
youngsters into the main-
stream of American life,is directed -,
Miami Ads Don't Cost by Dr. Robert E. Hen-

I dricks. Community relations ..
"" '-'
They Pay
coordinator of the program is In Oratorical Contest .
1 Mrs. Yvette Armand.

Four students from Ida with a national award of$200 ami Beach were represented -
Fisher Jr. High School on Mi- ,scholarship for the final win in this portion of the contest
ami Beach won second runner- ner. The local contestantsgave .
Ic ?oo1voi'C1t up trophies In a recent Optimist their 3-4 minute talks Marcus Smith, son of Mr.
Club oratorical contest. without use of notes at luche- and Mrs. Milton Smith of 1940
The boys, Carlos Sawicki, ons or dinners held by the different NW 55th Terrace spoke on respect ..
llhffunpla Marcus Smith, Alex Sklavounos clubs on Miami Beach for law in relation to tin
and Andy Rubin, spoke on during the period March 24 problems Negroes face today.
the subject "Respect for Law; April 3. ,It was arranged that Left to right: MarcusSmith,
WHYS TO ORGANIZE YOUR ClOSEUIOTECT YOUR CLOTHES! Cornerstone for Good Citi no students compete against Alex Sklavounos,'and Andy Ru

. zenship." student others from their owns bin. Carlos Sawicki of Miami
Qifn t}"R'F'"' roe4nxax go..} v ?}\t 4'x"2, ' 1
,h'k, ; s kix>;i8 v'' ''..y::+xr: < ..:}}:.. :...; ,.. r:: : The Optimist Clubs sponsor c h 001 s. Ninth graders and was not present for the photograph
such a contest on an international high school students from pub- taken by Hylan Boxer
basis each year, lie and private schools on Mi. also of Ida Fisher.


Head Start Program Plans Sprina. Exhibits 1

The Head Start Program in Head Start classes. Participating erty City, Little River, Lorah
Dade County is serving 3,150 schools are: Neva King Park, Orchard Villa, Poin-
five-year-olds in 37 elementary Cooper, Florida City, Lei- ciana park and Primary
schools. These pupils, sure city, A.L.Lewis,NaranJa School C.
4'Clean 1y. their teachers, teacheraidesand Redland, West Homestead. May 17, 27th Avenue ShopF
parents are getting ready ping Center Art work of
: pupas i
for a series of Spring exhibits. April 26,Cutler Ridge Community in Head Start at Bunche
7:; 11 The theme throughout the Center hosts: Parents and hostesseswith will be Park, Fulford, Rainbow Park
serving as
.,+ ; G county is "Learning Through high school'student volun- and Nathan Young Elementary
Art." Everyone is invited to Schools will be exhibited.
: ,any or all of the displays. teers serving as page girls. Dates to be announced:
The schools will be
Here are the dates ,and following Jackson Memorial Hospital,
represented Goulds, R. R.
:
places of the exhibits: Comprehensive Health Care
Moton Perrlne Pine Villa
,
r # April 11-13, Coconut Grove Center, EOPI Neighborhood
rh Elementary School: Tucker an Richmond. Centers, Booker T. Washington -
and,Carver Elementary May 3, Northside Shopping Community School: Head
School Head Star work will'Center, Fourteen schools are Start work will be displayedat
be included in the' Coconut participating in this exhibit: each of these places. participating
Grove Art Festival. Bethune, C. R.Drew,Earlington schools are: Comstock -
JIMut E April 26. Homestead Plaza: Heights, L. C. Evans, Douglas, Dunbar,
Reg.49e sack .. There will be a wash-line and Floral Heights, Gladeview, Mframar-Wheatley and West
> wall display of,art work from Holmes, J. W. Johnson, Lib- Dunbar.
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22 THE MIAMI TIMES / Friday, April 18. 1969
CARD OF THANKSIn
IN MEMORIAM CARD, OF THANKS

The family of the late ...
I I loving memory of my lov- The wife of the late .
I CARDS MEMORIALS DEATHSCARD '
and ing grandmother wife, our mother,,sister I


y
ry

OF THANKSThe IN MEMORIAMIn IN MEMORIAMIn I J Jf .

families of the late loving memory of my remembrance of my loving f
MRS. VIRGINIA SMITH dear niece husband and father l
NEGRON .......... _. u_ .. ..-.. L'c, s \
j'
ii \
'
acknowledge with grateful ap- \ '
preciation all the kind acts of ,i/; \ 7i r 9 ", r. tiMr "" .
cards letters visits ,
prayers r ;
telegrams and floral !tat t ter, ,ryN r s ,.r r
pieces bestowed upon us dur- Fs i ,;0- MrY pw1 Yr
,: ,
ing our hours of bereavement.To y ", .J 'VI
bear such a loss is a MRS.JENEDEVOEXwho
great burden, but when friends yOLIVE passed March 6,1969 wish
"
"'"'
i are near to comfort us, it i : to thank the many friends and
makes our burden lighter. neighbors for cards, flowers
Words are inadequate to express CLAUDEBn..LYBLATCHwho prayers,visits and other kind-

our thanks but we es- this life March ness shown during our bereavement -
... ...... .... Y departed
- -
pecially thank Rev. S. L. Gay, 20, 1969 is grateful to everyone special thanks to
ushers, choir and members of MRS. CARRIE BELL ROPER who remembered her during Range Funeral Home. May God

St. James AME Church and who departed this life April M1 FARGUEHARSON her bereavement.Your bless each of you.

I the Range Funeral Home 14, 1968. SCAVELLAwho kind expressions of

The Families We who love you sadly miss passed April 16, 1966 sympathy were greatly appreciated From the Family
w you, as it dawn a year in our REV. EDWARD RICHARDSON The Lord bless thee, and keep Words cannot expressthe
r CARD OF THANKS hearts in our lonely hours of who passed this life to rest thee feeling ofyour thoughtful- CARD OF THANKSThe
thinking, thoughts of you are April 17, 1960. The Lord make his face shine ness. Many thanks to the

:: The family of the late ever near. upon friends, neighbors, also Rev. family of the late
4 Sadly missed by; Your seat can never be fil Thee, and be gracious unto Macon of First Baptist Church MRS. ARTIE E. McFARLANDwho
Selena Jackson, auntL. led. And memories that will thee and Mrs. A. Range, who so departed this life March

W. Wilson, uncle never die. The Lord life up his countenance splendidly saw that all was 18, 1969, wish to express ap-
t,eq Edna Thomas, aunt Wife and childrenIN satisfied. May God bless all preciation to the pastor,
Willie Lee Wilson, brother upon thee, and give thee peace, of you is my prayer. Your officers and members of
Seymore Wilson, uncle MEMORIAMIn always. lights have so shone. Greater Bethel AME church;
Oliver Roberson cousin
loving memory ofIi to our neighbors organizationsand
y> Daisy Williams, cousin .. .u__ Edwin'Scavella, husband Mrs. Sherry (Mabel) Blatch friends for the prayers,

Gwendolyn Johnson, daugh- florals, telegrams, cards and
IN MEMORIAMIn terMable deeds of kindness shown dur-
A. Scavella Daniels, CARD OF THANKSThe ing our bereavement.
sad but loving memory of daughter May God ever bless you.

Edwina Scavella, daughter : family of the late Special thanks to Mrs. M.Athalie .
Manette Scavella,sister and Range and the Range

grandchildren n Funeral Home.

"f
i> 4 4
SPECIAL THANKS The FamilyIN

FREDERICK N. HORNE, JR. 0&d Mfr
who departed this life, April x
6, 1969, wish to express our MEMORIAMIn
profoundest thanks to the pastor -
Rev. James Hendon, and memory of my son

members of Mt. Tabor Bap- ( _u_____u... ___. _.____.__. m_
tist Church. II'
r Special thanks to the faculties i of
FRANK HECTOR WEST yypc
of the Lincoln Elementaryand
who'departed this life, April
Marshall High schools
,
22, 1967.
and the Class of 1954 Dorsey
High School and Range Fun His life is a beautiful me- ,illSARA

eral Home. mory
We extend our sincere His absence is a silent grief I
BILL MILLERwho He sleeps In God's lovely
thanks to the many friends and MRS.DINIAHM.GIRVENwish

relatives for their many beautiful died April 16, 1959. gardenIn W. JOHNSON, to express our sincere
flowers, telegrams, Gone, but not forgotten. We sunshine and in perfect 3250 NW 212 St., who departed thanks to the many friends $ 'v yfhc
cards, delicious food and other loved you, but Jesus loves you peace. this life March 24, wishesto and neighbors for their cards, R t
acts of kindness during our recent best. When the day of toil is done express sincere thanks to telegrams and flowers and

bereavement. Sleep on and take your rest. When the race of life Is run, the many friends and neigh- kindness 'shown in their be-

Rosmary Horne, wife Father grant thy wearied one bors for their sympanty and reavement. Special thanks to
rest forever
Fredericka Kimberly Emsy Miller, wife more. kindness.. the Jordan Grove pastor Rev.
Jeremi, children Emerald Harper daughter Emily West, wife A special thanks to Father Cook and members. Special

Fred N. Horne, Sr. father Billy Miller, son Daniel, Oscar, and Elijah Lambert L. Sands and also for thnks to Rev. J. E. Brown;
Nellie Horne, mother Joann Miller, daughter West, brothers the many cards, telegrams, and many more unnamed. PFC THOMAS J. GARRETT

Elizabeth Horne Lane"grandma" Rene Miller, daughter Katie Lee Duhart, sister flowers and prayers. Special thanks to the House of whom God has taken to rest
and nieces. Albert and its' staff.
April 16 1965.
,
Felix and Monica Amena

IN MEMORIAM I IN MEMORIAMIn CARD OF THANKSThe and Family Mr. Wash Girven, husband Grant him 0 Lord, eternal
I two children rest and may light perpetual
In loving memory of,our
Mrs. Lula White mother shine upon him.Geraldine .
dear mother memory of the late family of the late ,
CARD OF THANKSThe five sisters and five ,
brothers and other relatives C. Garrett
family of the late mother and Garrett Family

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CARD. OF THANKSThe RAHMINGS I

r family of the late

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ISADORA BULLARD . .. BROTHER GEORGE WHITE TURNER SR.
MRS. - --- ,
who departed this life March 8,, who departed this life March
it>' wno departed this life April
MRS. ELEANOR F. ALLEN 1r
iy 1967.A 1969, wish to express our sincere 23, 1969 wish to express our
,
thanks for all the kindness
sincere thanks and
land whose blissful appreciation REGINALD HUMES
upon who departed this life Apri:1
< shown to us during our to friends
shore our numerous who departed on March 19
15, 1966 In Flint, Michigan,hours of ,
bereavement.
rest shadow fall no Special and neighbors for the many 1969 wish to our sincere
There no There Is a day of sunny rest. express
the relatives
thanks to
kind deeds rendered
j duringour
stain thanks to the
For every dark and trouble d 1 many '
There those who meet shall night friends and neighbors for the period of bereavement.Your friends who extended their Linda Marie Gunning of 306
,
part no more And grief may bide an evenin,g: numerous flowers, cards, and visits, telephone calls, sympathy to us in our bereave NW 51st St., died April 11.
And those long parted meet guest telegrams.May telegrams, cards, and other ment. She is survived by two child-
God bless you richly acts of kindness offered to us, Thanks to all who sent flow- ren George and Corlnthla
again But Joy shall come with morning ;
for making our grief a little
We love you but Jesus loved light. gave us the comfort that we ers, telegrams and cards. Es- parents Charles and Virginia;
best. easier to bear and many needed In order to endure that pecially Rev. N. F. Clark and sisters Mildred, Princetta'and ,

you The children: We miss you so much. thanks. Gone but not forgotten. most difficult period. Rev. H. Brown for their ser. Vivian; brothers Charles,
Thanking each of you most vice. Larry and Allen, uncles and
Gertrude, William, Rebecca Carrie White, wife
aunts.
sincerely. Services will be held
Winifred, Constance, L. Thomas, motherand Timothy White, son
Deacon .3
and Mrs. Albert Saturday; p.m. at Temple
Inez, Phillip, Alice and Clarence family Hattie Lockett, Duhart, The Turner Family Humes Baptist Church.

daughter .

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I HE MIAMI TIMES, Friday, April 18, 1969 23

OF THANKS "':; ".
CARD ,
cw r v Nyd3
I DEATHS' J" : dR' ..kYf

The.... .family. of the late........._......_ I ,'", i' aY '
if;
ytl e t t /

Mrs. Doreen Reeves ;
S 9 Youngof Herman Wiles of 1409 NE
N. 501 NW 44th St., died April
151st Ter., N. Miami Beach,
10 at Jackson
Hospital. Mrs 'died April 10.: He is survivedby
Young was a teacher for
more
his wife Eloise; four child
than 19 years, and at the time
ren, his mother Mrs. Lilly
of her death, she was a business "
"Mad Roberts;Ht was shipped
A education
instructor at Monday to Sylvania, Ga. for
Northwestern Sr. HighSchool.She services and burial.
is survived by three sons
Lyn Anne Brown of 20915
Robert Paul, Henry, and NW 32nd Ct., Carol City, died
Jeffrey two
Jy ; granddaughtersTracy
April 8. She issurvivedbyherparents
and April Michele her
;
Mr. and Mrs. Arthur
father Rev. H. E. S. Reeves
; Brown, Jr.;three brothers and 1
a brother, Garth Reeves, Sr.
sisters, her grandparents Mr.
three c
sisters
Mesdames
and Mrs. Clayton Pinder and
Clarice Littles, Hazel T. Mr. and Mrs. Alfred Brown,
CLAUDE BLATCHwho Grant, and F r a n c e s Chambers Sr. Services were held Mon-

departed this life March ; a daughter-in-law, Jewel day, 1 p.m. in the chapel.
and other relatives. Services
20, 1969 and was laid to rest were conducted Monday Freddy James Brown of

March 29, wish to express our 4 pm from St.Agnes Episcopal -, 2314 SW 48 Ave., West Holly-

profoundest thanks to our church. wood, died April 9, at Me-

numerous friends and neigh- morial Hospital. He is sur-

bors for the many kindness Mrs. Rosalie Frazier Smith vived by a brother John, a

rendered during our hours of of 8400 NE Tenth Ave., died sister-in-law Annie Mae anda PHI BETA SIGMA FRATERNITY ORGANIZES BETA CLUB ..
bereavement. Your April 13, at Christian Hospital
prayers, niece Barbara Graham Ser
visits and all other acts of She is the mother of Mrs. vices were held 'Monday, 3 As a part of Its youth and education work Rho Sigma Chapter of Phi Beta

kindness shown helped to en- Marie Carl, director of the p.m. lathe chapel. Sigma fraternity, Inc. has formed its Beta Club. The members of the club are

dure this period of sadness. Miami chapter of the EOPI. outstanding young men from the area's high schools. Pictured from left to
Smith of 2780 NW
Special thanks to Rev. Ma- She is survived by two other 61st Tyrone St., the victim of a drown- right are: (First row, seated): Clyde Judson, ,John Lumpkin, Carlos Harding,
and members of the First daughters, Dr. Anna L. Smith
con Baptist Church Opa-locka; and Mrs. Geneva Henry;a son, ing accident, died April 8. He Howard King, Johnnie Nixon, Robert Rolle. Second row: Emmerson Brown,

Rev. Randolph Davis of the James Clifton Smith, Jr.; 11 is survived by his parents Mr. Raymond Sands, Ronald Cason, Howard Coachman, Larry K. Bosticlc.Obie

Church of God of Prophecy, grandchildren; two brothers and sisters Mrs. Arthur Smith; three Duren, Johnny Barber. Third row: Willie Sykes, Charles Burrows, Edgar
Lee Laura
Terry A.
Ridgeway and to Mrs. Range John of Savannah, Ga. and and Jacquelyn three, brothers Smith, Aaron Bythwood, Dana Moss, Willie Lawton, Arnold Ingram, Ted Cog-
;
and her splendid staff. May George of Cinclnnattl, Ohio>> ; dell. .
Ronald
Todd and Ronald
sev-
God ever bless each of you. two sisters Laura Batten and -
eral aunts
and Ser-
uncles.
Virginia Lampkin. She will be 20 SENIOR CITIZENS
vices were held Tuesday in
The familyIN shipped Friday morning to St. the chapel. GRADUATING AND .. '
Augustine, for finl rites. \
Johnnie Jackson, Jr.of 7102 GOING TO WORKS < \
MEMORIAM Mrs. Jeanette Butler of 2030 NW 14th Ave., #14 died April E I.
NW 67th St. #2 died April 10 e n i 0 r Centers of Dade :
4 and his twin sister,who died j
DANIEL (DAN) ROLLE at Jackson Hospital. She is April 6, services were held County will honor twenty grad e : $ YD
this life survived husband uates of the Senior Aides Pro- I
who departed April by her Friday, graveside at Lincoln
19, 1959. Thomas; three sons Leon, Memorial park. Survivors include gram April 17 at a luncheonat

We love you but Jesus loves William and Floyd; a daughter their parents, Johnnieand Myers Senior Center, 450
SW 5th Street. All 20 gradu-
you best. Cathleen; ten grandchildren, Donna Jackson. ,
ates are over 65 and will begina "' "
Rest In peace. two great grandchildren, two ,'t ,4
and new career as neighborhood ..1Ek
sisters Rosillia Thompson '
Elcena Rolle and Family r Margaret Moxie.Services will BAIN workers and friendly visitors. <1"..... ,,
They will work 20 hours a weekan
1 in the
be held Thursday, p.m. t I
ALBERT chapel. Robert James Thomas of earn $1.75 an hour. : '
'
Benjamin Clarence Holmesof 14300 Carver, Drive, Rich- The senior aides program, + ,
Alonzo Lewis of 6041 N\V
3158 NW 50th St.,died April mond Heights, died April 11. which,has trained and placedin
2nd Ave, died Saturday,April 10 at Christian Hospital. He He is survived'by his wife >Jobs 60 senior citizens,was

12. He is survived by his wife is survived by a brother Rubin. Sallie; one son Sammy L.; two helped in part by the National

MIzpah; four sons Bruce,Nor- Services will be held Thursday grandchildren; six brothers, Council of Senior Citizens and / PM4

man Gary and Anthony; two I 3:30 p.m. at Mt.Zion Bap- Herbert, Alphonso, Otto, JohnT. Is financed by Federal and local

daughters Francena and tist Church. Henry and Alfred, two sis- funds. The Florida State
Sharon; two sisters. Services ters Hattie Gilbert and Phyllis
James B. Davis of 50 NW Employment Service recruited -
will be held Saturday, 3 p.m. Williams. Remains will be
Is the senior applicantsfrom
8th St., died April 11. He
in the chapel. survived by two sons Clifford shipped Friday to Florence, Homestead, Perrine, \
'
Portier and Oscar Davis; five South Carolina.Mrs. Opa-locka, Culmer and JamesE. \
Willie Logan of 2481NW152, Irene Harrington off
grandchildren, two brothers Scott EOPI centers. "
Ter., died April 6. He is sur- Services 21850 SW 216th St., Goulds, s.rf
Peter and Johnny.
vived by his wife Ruther; onson ewill I be Saturday, at 12 noon In died April 13. She is survivedby Senator Harry P. Cain, t SYrY f 1 r N ,

Willie, Jr.onesister; the chapel. her husband J. C.; her father president of the S e n 1 o r Cen-

Mrs. Lizzie M. Harrington. BoStubbs; three aunts and ters of Dade County, will pre 1 .
Services were held Saturday. Eddie Rowling of 15451 NE two uncles. Services will be side at the luncheon and Mrs. Mae of Savannah Georgiawas
Miss Lena Ross ,
14th Ave., N. Miami Beach, held Saturday 1 p.m. from the M. Lechner, chairman of the MIs-
of Rosedale
married to Mr. Isaac Causey ,
Mrs. Mamie Hogan of 1259 I died April 11 at Parkway Gen chapel. Senior Centers Advisory
NW 59th St., #26. She Is sur- eral Hospital. He Is survivedby Committee will address the sissippi here on March 11. The bride and groom

vived by her mother Nellie his wife Mina Bell; a daugh- graduates. spent their honeymoon sightseeing and roaming

Tyles; four sisters Margie ter Edna Mae Robinson; three NEED A NEW WARDROBE from Miami to Jacksonville, Savannah Ga. and thru

Hansel, Jense Hutchins, Lois grandchildren, two brothers South Carolina.They are now residing here in Miami.
Bridge and Johnnie M. Tyles; Freddy and Langston. Ser-

one brother Jimmie two vices will be Saturday, 3:30 Learn to sew at one 0 f the I
DIVERSIFIED
uncles and one aunt. Services p.m. at New Bethel Baptist following centers: J. E. Scott

will be held Saturday, 1 p.m. Church, Rev. W. K. Smith,of- 2187 NW 70th Ter., Monday PUBLIC SERVICE

in the chapel. ficiating.Mrs. 10 a.m. to 1 p.m. and 7-10 ANDNOTARY

Selma Farrington of p.m.; Mia m i Northwestern, PUBLIC

Booker Jones of 112 NW 12 2371 NW 65th St., died April 7007 NW 12th Ave., Tuesday *

Ave., Delray Beach,died April 10 at Christian Hospital. She 9-12 a.m. and 1 4 p.m.;
5. He is survived by his wife is survived by two daughters Miami Jackson, 1751 NW 36th STANLEY SWEETING

Annabelle ; one daughter, Elsie M Jones and Ethel Far- St., Tuesday and Thursday 7 Public Relations

Diane; one brother Fred, four rington; two sons Henry and 10 p.m.; Seminola Park, Consultant

sisters Ethel Scott, Lezee Do- Bernard; two granddaughters 520 West 23rd St., Hialeah, Theatrical Editor

bron, Willie Mitchell and Ear- Gladys Brown and Brenda Wednesday 6-9 p.m.; Lind- The Miami Times ,

lene Taylor. Services were Jones; an uncle Albert Hutche- sey Hopkins, 1410 NE Second NA 1.7203

held Friday. son; five nieces, three ne- Ave., 9-12 a.m. and 12:30

phews, a stepson,a stepdaughter - 3:30 p.m. 16351 NW 18th Place

Foster Robinson of 853 NW a son-in-lawandasister- The summer trimester be- Bunche Park

43rd St., died April 11. He is in-law. Services will be Sat- gins April 28. Students are Opa-locka, Florida

survived by one sister WilliaM urday, 1 p.m. at St. Mary'sW. registered on a first come '

Smith. Services will be M. Church. first served basis.

held today, 1 p.m. In the chapel -ur r .. uu.uu............_._

.. / II/E/ yry MR. LESTER ALBERT, OWNER


Carven Clayton of Bruns- We have kept the Faith . Your best
wick Ga. died Wednesday,
,
,
April 9. He will be shipped to interest will always be served when you call

Brunswick, Ga. Thursday. the . .


ALCOLYTE DANCEThe House of AlbertWhere


public is cordially invited ...' ,.-.... ,._.__n service begins and never ends

to adance on Friday, The Monasha Models will appear as guests of the Liberty Professional THREE LOCATIONS TO SERVE YOU

May 2 from 7 to 11 p.mat Cosmetologists Unit No. 55's Fashion Show and Dance, Sunday, May 11, at9 LIBERTY CITY OPA-LOCKA PERRINE

St. Agnes Episcopal Church the Continental. For something new and different, you must see them MU 8'331T 238-8801
at
Hall, 1750 NW 3rd Court. The p.m. 691.7661
dance is sponsored by the Al- perform. They are open for engagements.Tickets are available at Manasha's,

colytes of St.Agnes.Donation: 6916 NW 15th Avenue., ..

Adults 50$ and children 25C.

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24 THE MIAMI TIMES Friday, April 18, 1969

ANTIOCH SHILOH BAPTIST
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I Church Of The Open Door Rev. P. W. Wiggins,pastor Rev. A. M. Griffin, pastor
Dinettie Cobb, reporterThe Sis. Cheryl English, reporterThe
Sponsors "Pink Tea" I No. 2 Choir will cele- pastor is asking the entire -
... brate Its 16th anniversarybe- church to go with him on
One of the most beautiful And each table will entice the / ginning on Friday, April 18th the fourth Sunday afternoon to
and enjoyable social and fund guests with an assortment of c// and ending Sunday, April 20th. Jordan Grove Baptist Church,
raising activities sponsoredby palatable refreshments. The anniversary will open witha Rev. Douglas Cook, pastor
the United Church of Christ A delightful musical musical program on Friday Homecoming is on the fourth
pro-
all over the country is the an- gram of vocal solos and various ' night at 8'p.m. and conclude Sunday morning in this month.
nual affair known as the"pink instrumental selectionsis with a program Sunday after- Rev. Roscoe Jackson and his
Tea." The church of the Open planned as a continuous fea- noon at 3 p.m. with Rev. Paul congregation will be charge
Door of Miami will have its Freeman of Zion Hope Mis- of the 11 a.m. service.
ture of the tea.Members .
first "Pink Tea" on Sunday, : sionary Baptist Church, Deacon Gorge Davis and
May 4, from 4 to 6 p.m.on the and friends of the Pe, fiw 3n flllurrfj| unduu preaching the anniversary the Southern Trumpets will
church's grounds, Various organizations church and the general publicare sermon. Everyone is invitedto be here Sunday night after ser
of the church will cordially invited to share attend both of these pro- vice in behalf of the No. 1
display tables beautifully dec- this enjoyable evening at the ST. PAUL AME NEW MT. MORIAH grams. Ushers' Board.

orated in pink and other com- Church of the Open Door on The Junior Church will Women's Day will be heldon
Rev. T. C. Kelley pastor
plementary spring colors. Sunday evening, May 4. Rev. A, L. Shipp, pastor Post-Easter Fash- the fourth Sunday in May
Mrs. Mary M.A mos,reporter sponsor a
Souter repoter
Evelyn
.... The pastor is asking that as Baptism services, this Sun- Ion Tea on Saturday, May 3, Sister Louise Knapp is chair-
at the home of Sis. man and Sis Ella Elam is cochairman -
at 7
members and officersto p.m.
many
all candidatesand
at 9
day a.m.
JORDAN GROVE NEW BETHEL
,
Foster 1301 NW 55th
I come out and worship withus members please be on Callie ,
The No.2 Choir will have
l Rev. Douglas Cook, pastor Rev. Ernest Williams, pastor on Sunday night, April 20th time. The public is invited. Terrace. Everyone is invitedto sale at the a
on Saturday night
Dea Eddie Gilbert, reporter Alice Harris, reporterOur at 8 p.m. The Rev. L. H. Hol- There will be a fish fry this come out and view the various home of Sister Mary Jones,
youth are sponsoring a land from Greater Ward Saturday night at Sister Mable fashions.
her address is 1861 42nd
There will be a fish fry at NW
trip to Pirates World on Sat- Chapel A.M.E. Church will be Williams home
1 urday, April 19th.The bus will the evening speaker.This is in Our women's day will be the the home of Sister Emma Lou Street.
1
leave at 12 noon from the behalf of Men's Day. fourth Sunday with Mrs. Cyn- Brown, 575 NW 52nd St., Sat- The No. Ushers' Board
will have dinner sale all
I church. You may purchase a Remember our Men's Day thia Knowles as the morning urday, April 19. This event a day
.;;'1 ticket from Dwight Williams will take place on the 27th of,. speaker and Evangelist Agnes will be sponsored by the stateof Saturday at the home of Sis.
.f'!' at the church. April Our Chairman is Rev.A. Washington the evening Mass in which Sister Rachel Baldwin.
The Cathedral Choir is hav- C. Turner. He says that our speaker. All ladies please see Pratt is captain. Let us remember to visit
ing a "Sing Into Spring WithGod" goal is $10,000.We can reach or call Mrs.Chanie Collins for The Male Chorus will spon- and pray for the sick and shut-
If, ',,- Sunday at the church this with little ease if everyone your corsage. sor a tea t the home of Bro. ins.
!' '#'" ,1', during the morning service.All will give 100 per cent cooperation Please pray for the sick, and SIs Sam Walker, 1820 NW
{\" choir members are askedto We have a big day shut-ins, bereaved families, 81st St., on May 4 at 3 p.m. GREATER NEWBETHEL
i,. :; wear black dresses and planned so come out and wor- those in the armed servicesand At the tea there will be fea-
,'\,'" black hats on Sunday.As ship with us. world peace. Visitors are tured a panel of the men debating Rev. W. K. Smith, pastor
we observe memorialday Our second quarterly con- always welcome. on a very delicate sub- Alice S, Irving, reporterThe
Sunday we will think of: ference was held last Friday, j ject. The men are asking Junior Choir invites you
Mrs. Vivian Leverity, Mrs. night. The presiding elder was everyone's full cooperation.On to a musical contest tobe held
MARY DEZERN Barbara Davis, Mrs. Olean pleased with our turn out. Of- DRAKE MEMORIAL the fourth Sunday, the at the church Sunday,April 20.
I: Contestant for No. 1 Ushers Bethel, Orient Bethel, Theodore ficers elected during this con- Rev. J. W. Dunn, pastor women will sponsor their 5th The choir has split Itself into
Meadows, Lee Orient ference were as follows: Sec. Mrs. N. T. Green, reporterThe Annual States Tea. Featuredwill two groups to contest each
.. ', < Bethel Gannit Sweeting, Miss Mildred Gay; MarshalMr. Pastor's Aid Club will be various young people other They are asking for
Dultha Martin, Mrs. Mildred Henry Wade and Mrs.Co- meet at the home of Mrs. from various places in our your kind cooperation.There .
Pennaman, John Deleware, rine Hunter, reporter. The Dorothy Brown, on Sunday at community, speaking on the will be a sale at the
Mrs. Addle Strapp, Charlie E. presiding elder stated that it 4 p.m. Sister Berry, our pre- subject "The American Negro home of Bro. Freddie Judson,
Strapp, Stanley Colebrook, is very Important that all of- sident, is asking all membersto Yesterday and Today." 2053 All Baba Avenue, Satur-
Arthur Colebrook, Frank Gib- ficers and members attend please be on time. We must Also the crowning of the state day night,April 19th.This sale
son, Gladstone Mcphee, Rev. every quarterly conference. make plans for the pastor'sand captain with the largest is sponsored by Ushers' Board
Granvllle Jones, Mrs. Bertha The J. B, Epperson Board church's coming anniver- amount i of money.Everyone is No. 4.You.
Jones, Mrs. Evelyn Miller, will hold its regular meetingon sary to be observed in May. cordially Invited. are Invited to attend a
Clarence Taylor, Mrs. Bur- the third Sunday at 4 p.m. The Deacons of Drake Me- There will be a dinner sale tea at the home of Brother
rows, Bro. Green, Mrs.Daisy in the annex. morial are asking your pre- at the home of Brother and Sis. George Robinson, April 20th
/ Ferguson, Mrs. Ella McCart- Plan-now to have dinner with sence on Sunday, April 27. Willie Washington, 2498 N.W. from 4 to 6 p.m. The address
; '
ney, Rev. Thomas Rolle, Al- the Stewardess Board No. 3. This will be the Deacon's sec- 87th Street on Saturday, April is 20901 NW 30th Court. Sis-
fred Coakley and Bro. Butler. Plan now to also purchase your ond anniversary and Home- 19th. All dinners will be delivered ter Rosie Davis will be the
box of candy from Mr.Woodenor coming Day. to your home. guest speaker. '
GREATER NEWMACEDONIA one of the Brayham. These All scouts and cubs please The Young Matrons and
activities are, in behalf of remember your meetings on MT. TABOR Young Women Auxiliary will
Men's Day. Friday at 6 p.m. ,be in charge of the Sunday
BRENDA BETHUNE Rev. Roscoe Jackson, pastor Say a pray for our sick and Don't forget to visit the sick Rev. James Hendon, pastor !School Auxiliary class on Sun
Contestant for No. 2 Ushers Willie J. Beard, reporterThe shut-Ins. and shut.ins. Wilhelmina Sands, reporter The Male Chorus will look president, officers and Last Sunday was a full and BTU is held every Sunday
for you on this Friday at 8 p.m. members of Choir No. 2 wishto fruitful day for the members i at 6 p.m. Prayer services are
Various groups of the city will take this opportunity to I of Mt. Tabor. 1 held every Tuesday at 8 p.m.
participate on their program.If thank each and everyone who The pastor continued to
you miss this, you will missa helped to make their Fifth An- D preach from the series of sermons -
treat. Bro. Nesbitt is president niversary a success, both on "The Resurrection of BAHA'ISTwo
spiritually and financially. Christ." The combined choirs local delegates to the
The No. 2 Ushers' Board Special thanks to the choirsand were at their best. They ren- National Baha'i Convention,
will sell dinners this Saturdayat groups who appeared on dered beautiful music for the to be held at beautiful
the church. Stop by and program. Total raised: $1- I morning and evening services. House of Worship in Wilmette,
patronize them. 060.55. r Congratulations to our Illinois on April 24-27, will
The No. 1 Ushers' Board Deacon Henry Jefferson is Youth Choir for winning the vote to elect a new National
will present to you on this Sun- president and Sister Eunice M. banner, "Excellence in Sing- Spiritual Assembly for the
day a panel discussion en- .Wall is vice president. ing" on last Friday night dur- coming Baha'i year. They are
titled: "The Gift of the Holy Prayer Meeting for,our Re- ing the General State Baptist Mr Harold Guinyard of North
Spirit." This program will vival will begin on Monday Convention, Pensacola, Fla. Dade and Mr. George Savitt of
terminate their Woman of the night after the third Sunday for \ This is the second year that Miami, two ot the six electedat
Year program. one week and preaching will the youth choir has won the the State Convention, held
Contestants for Woman of begin on Monday night after the, banner. last. November In Orlando.
the ''Year are: Mary Dezern, fourth Sunday and will run for The Boy Scouts will sponsor The primary function of the
Ushers' Board No. land Brenda one week, concluding on Fri-' 1J l a car wash, at the church, 1701 National Convention is the
Bethune,Ushers' Board No. day night before the first Sun- NW 66th St., Saturday, April election of the National Assembly -
2. day in May. Rev H. K. Kensey, HERMAN THOMAS GOSPEL CHORUSThe 19, beginning at 8 a.m. All Convention items will
pastor, New Bethel Primitive members and friends are include plans for proclaiming
ST. MARY'S Baptist Church, Fort Lauder- Herman Thomas Gospel Church,Rev. Sampson.pastor. urged to help them make this the Faith during the next four
(v Let us not forget Men's Day. dale, will be the evangelist.I Chorus will render a testable The public is Invited to come effort a success. Donation is years. Emphasis for 1969
AU plans are being made for An invitation is extended to song service on this Sunday out. Brother Herman Thomas $1.00 for each car washed. (Baha'i Year 126)) will be on
7, a successful day. All mem- the public to come out and joinin night at the Mt. Aaron Baptist is director of the group. Dinners will be sold at the activities based on the obser-
bers are asked to see their with us to hear this great church Saturday." April 19. vance of its Youth Year. Dur-
captain and turn in their as- "Man of God" in this Soul- This dinner sale is sponsored ing the last several years the
r sessment. Captains lists are saving Campaign. We hope to GREATER BETHLEHEM CHRISTIAN SCIENCE by the Ushers Board No. 2. Baha'i Faith has been attracting -
on the bulletin board in the see you during this campaign. Please call the church at 691- an Increasing number of
rear of the church. Rev C. H. Smith, pastor Fifth Church ofChrlst, 8732 to place your orders. youth to its membership.
Dinners are sold every Sat- Mary Hopkins, reporterThe Scientist, 1600 NW 54th St., Please pray for the sick and
*urday. For delivery, call 758- MT. OLIVETTE pastor, officers and welcomes all to attend the ser- shut ins. Visitors are always MIRACLE LIGHTHOUSEThere
1601. members take this opportunityto vices. welcome at Mt. Tabor.

Don't forget your tithes on It's full steam ahead in our thank the Liberty Choir This verse from Micah sets is a healing and soul
Sunday, April 20. Let us con- plans for Women's Day. Mrs. Union and visiting choirs for the theme of the bible lesson- MT. PLEASANT saving revival now In progressat
tinue to pray for and visit the Carolyn Davis and Mrs. their fine service rendered. sermon on "Doctrine of Miracle Lighthouse Churchof
sick and shut-ins.Our prayersof Marion Arinah are in charge There will be a fish fry April Atonement". "What doth the Rev. A. H. Lockett, patorA. God, 840 NW 100th St. The
sympathy go out to the fam- of the baby contest and are 19, at 4030 NW 3rd Ave. Alsoa Lord require of thee, but to do M. Hollmon, reporterWe public is invited.
ily of Leader Selina Farring- asking all persons interestedin Spring Tea held at the churchat justly, and to love mercy and are thankful our annex- Bishop M. T. Wheelers of
ton Funeral will be held at the sponsoring a baby to con- 8 p.m., sponsored by the to walk humbly with thy God?" ation and other remodelingwork Akron, Ohio will conduct the
church on Saturday, April 19, tact them for information and young wmen auxiliary which will be heard Sunday In is coming toa close Our revival. Services nightly at
at 1 p.m. tickets. On April 20 we will observethe all Christian Science pastor and assisting min- 8:00 with Elder James Davisat
The raffle sponsored by the The Pulpit Committee is no- church and pastors anni- Churches isters Rev. F. Howard and the Hammond organ
committee of Men's Day will tifying all members that Sunday versary. Over radio stations WQAMat Rev. Me Wesley are working in Come praying that God will
be held on Friday, April 25th morning, April 20 is Election Parents please send your 10 a.m. and WMBM at 1:45: close cooperation with the send a great city wide revival
at 8 p.m. Donation Is 100. Day. We will be voting fora children to Sunday School.Re- p.m. will be hear a discus- members to enlarge the Mother C. E. Wheelers,
Visitors are always welcome pastor. All members are member to pray for our sick sion on "Meeting Family Re church. Will you join us in our pastor and founder; Elder J.
to our church asked to be present. and shut-ins. sponsibilities". quest for salvation? Davis, reporter.

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CHRIST CHRISTIAN DAUGHTER ELKS RAISE ABOVE $1,000On

Canon T. R. Gibson, rector FELLOWSHIP Mission And Educational
Antoinette Silva, reporterOn Wednesday, April 9,five ters left on Sunday to attend I
Rev. P. S. Brown, pastor chairmans appointed by the Dt. the State Elks Association
Sunday, April 27, at the in
M. L. Nixon Ruler raised At St. John
8 a.m. service, the parishioners Thank reporter above $1000. Lakeland.Dt. Banquet
you members They are Generice Cox, Dt.
will ,
present onetenthof
friends and neighbors for Wilhelmenia Engram, Dt. Maud Glass left Miami Mrs. L C. Mlckins, chair-
their weekly earnings for making the Roslyn Hicks for Nassau to attend the fun man for the
of the Saturday outing ,Dt.Rosa Moore, Baptist Women'sCouncil
the completion parish
and dinner sale and Dt. Pinkie eral of a relative.
real and Lane. stated that this year's
hall This Sunday has been designated I
fruitful. The Women's attendance will be the
Day General-daughters were probably
as Tithing Sunday. The money raised was Pre-
program which is to largest attendance
be Sun- recommended for ever. Much
past daugh-
Have you seen the beautiful sented as a gift to the temple
day, April 28 is enthusiasm has
ter rulers been shown
window and outside plasteringof progressing for its 25th Anniversary. honors. This week
the parish hall? It is true. with your help. The chairmanand the daughters salute the treas- by the response from the sale

We have indeed taken co-chairman are asking Ten ladles were taken into urer"past Dt. Ruler Ellen Taylor of tickets. So far Mt. Zion Is

strides recently to completethe many you please contact your captain the temple at this meeting in who left the chair with leading in the largest cash

building, but we need your and pay your assessment a very Impressive obligation. more than $8000 in the banks sales.
Please early. Quite a number 0 f daugh- for #769. Mrs. Emily McDaniel has
help. give I
generouslyon The superintendent of Sun- .arranged to have two young

Tithing Sunday. day School would like to see all ST. PETERS MT. CALVARY ladies from most of the
Have returned 1
you your ti r
children and as many adults churches served as hostesses,
Lenten Folders? Have you registered attend Sunday School Father Charles F. Cooper Rev. S. Atchison, pastor along with Mrs. Gertrude

for the year? If not Sunday. He needs and appre-every Board meeting will be held phillis Beal, reporter Crowder of Mt. Calvary, who

please do so immediately.The ciates your cooperation. Attend at 4841 NW 2nd Ave.on Thurs On the fourth Sunday in this is the hostess of the Council.

money from the folders will your auxiliary meetings day eveningat8pmAllmem- month the women will observe Aside from Mrs. Susie Hoi-
be used to pay our Diocesean bers are asked to be present their annual Mark Women's
and please be on time. ley, who is the speaker,others SUSIE HOLLEY
Assessment and it must be We extend our most sincere business of vital Importance. Day. On that Sunday, the wo- serving on the program will Several ministers have
paid this week. will be discussed. men of our church will be the
to the be Mrs. Valdez Murray Mrs.
sympathy entire Reeves Don't done a fine Job in promoting
Get well wishes are extended and Young families in the time forget the Cultural participants. So come and see Lillie Muse Doles, Mrs. Joan this financial endeavor whichIs
to Mrs. Bernice Hunt and Of their Spring Fashion Show on Sun- our women in action. Starr Rev William
Washington
bereavement. May the project of the Baptist"Women's
Mrs. Eloise Thompson. God strengthen you. day, April 20, from 4t06p.m. Also on the fourth Sunday, Rev. Cleo Albury, Rev. Council. The Rev.
Sincere sympathy is extended visit and It promises to be a most color- there will be a fashion showat
Help, pray for the ful W. M. Davis, Mrs. l G. Pratt, Thedford Johnson, Rev. P. W.
to the family of the late sick and afflicted affair with local and pro- the Bonded Rental Agency.If and Mrs. Alzona Barley. Williams, Rev. Samuel Atchi-
Mrs. Doreen Reeves Young. fessional models. Bring your you are in doubt as to whatto
.. family and friends for a very wear on any given occas- Assisting Mrs. Ella Bakeron son, and Rev. W. M. Davis.
-- -
finance will be Mrs. Ella Baker of First
Mrs.Rachel
5T. MATTHEWSRev. pleasent
evening. Donation is ion come out and take a look
ST. JAMES $1.00. ; Pratt, and Mrs. Delores Cor- Baptist Church in Opa-locka,
The entire is invited
Randall, pastor see. public vin, Mrs. A. E. Finlayson, Mrs. Annie Armstrong Zion
Rev. S. L. Gay pastor .
Wynell Turner, reporter Sunday School begins at Dr. and Mrs. R. W. Pyryear, Hope Baptist Church, Mrs.Ju-
Joseph: Marshall reporter 9:30. Conformation Sunday April 20 there will
There will be baptism on class in Mr. Harold Dunsky, and Mr. lia Drake of Friendship Baptist
Mrs. Merlon Daniels and be Services at the
after Baptismal
progress
next Sunday morning at 7:30. S. C. Dave Starr, Rev.and Mrs.Ed- Church, and Mrs. Bertie
the Hospitality club thank you All candidates are asked to To our sick and shut-ins, church. ward L. Graham, several Monroe of Mt. Zion Baptist
for your support at the pie be with hear my prayer: 0 Lord give The members of the church
present a change of others are expected to be Church are in charge of tic-
walk. Special thanks to Mrs. clothes. ear to my supplications, in thy wish to express their deepestand present. ket sales.

E. Wright for being a wonderful The President's Club will faithfulness answer me, and _heartfelt sympathy to the

hostess. meet on Thursday night,along in thy righteousness. family in regards to the death

The pastor was very pleased with the No. 1 Choir.The pre- Elizabeth Bain is reporter. of Mrs. Doreen Young. May TEMPLE BAPTIST ST. JOHN AME

with Little Ronald Williams' sident is asking all deaconsto she rest in peace.PILGRIM.

trial sermon which was edu- be present also. FIRST BAPTIST OFBROWNSVILLE Mrs. Alinda Moore Gunning, Rev. W. A. Curry, pastorE.

cational and inspirational.Mrs. The pastor will preach for REST 306 NW 51st St.,died April 11. R. McGahee, reporterThe

Magdelene Ambroseand the Pastor's Aid Union on next Rev. James Nelson, pastor Funeral services will be held men are preparing for

Sampsonite Board's 19th Sunday at 3 p.m. and the No.1 Rev. W. M. Davis, pastor Myrtice Hicks,reporterThe at Temple Saturday at 3 p.m. our annual men's day. A very

anniversary was successful Ushers' Board and the No. 2 Donella Turner, reporter long awaited day is Last Sunday's birthday interesting and informative

and the Board thank you for Choir will render service at Sunday, April.20th at 3p.m. here at last: Sunday,April 20th honor list had the largest number program is prepared for your

your support and cooperation.Mrs. New Hope M. B. Church with the church and pastor will is the date of our annual Wo ever presented by the Sunday enjoyment, May 18. The Sons

M. Hawkins and the Rev. Sims as pastor at 6600 worship with the Mt. Sinai men's Day. We have two dynamic School. Among the 17 honored of Daniel will appear in a after

April-ites are having dinner NW 15th Avenue. .Baptist Church for Rev. J. E. speakers for this occas- were Supt. A. Clark, E. service program, Sunday,

sale all day Saturday, April Let us not forget our pledges Murray's anniversary. The ion. Mrs. Isabella Davis will Campell, G. E. Hepburn, C. April 20, at 8 p.m. L.R. Perry

19th, at the church's parish because Men's Day is Just a be our morning speaker andMrs. Young, E. Hamilton, C. Rolle is chairman and Ranesm is"*

hall. Also in the evening, at few, months off. Assessments No. 2 Choir wlll render the OM.. Holmes is the and Deacon A. Dean. co-chairman,
the home of Mr. and Mrs. are: Men' $25.00 and women song services ind'all Ushers' evening speaker..Come out and, The 'Order of Love and We extend our deepest sympathy -
Nicholson, there will be a $10.00. Boards will serve. hear these Christian ladies Charity will celebrate its to the family of the late

night of games and fun.Please Mother Tiny Pollock is now The Missionary Society will break the bread of life. You Thanksgiving service at Temple of Mrs. D. R. Young in their hour

attend at 1841 NW 51st Streetat at Kressview Nursing Home, sponsor a luncheon imme- are also invited to observe a Sunday, April 27. sorrow.

8 p.m. 775 NW 13th Ave., room 107. diately after the morning wor- special feature: "Women on The pastor wishes to thank
You are always welcome to Pray for and visit the sick and ship services. Take out ser- Parade." Mrs. Jean Nelson is all auxiliaries and individualswho PASTOR'S AID UNION

to the friendly church. shut-ins. vice will also be available. chairman and Mrs. Myrtice sent him Easter cards, AT NEW HOPE.
To the sick and shut-ins: We are still praying for all Hicks is co-chairman. Refreshments etc. Thanks a million -- -
On this Sunday the Pastor'sAid
,
God never makes us con- our sick and shut-ins.
To
our will be served.
ZION HOPE M.B. |BIBLE CHURCH OF GOD Union will meet at New
scious of our weakness ex- bereaved families, may you Remember those who are
Church at 3
M.
B.
cept to give us of His strength. Rev. Paul Freeman, pastor find consolation in the mist of less fortunate than we are and Bishop E. E. Rahming, pastor The Hope church is located at p.m.6600

Bessie Williams, reporter your tears. let us begin today to share. Shirley Cooper, reporterThe NW 15th Avenue. Rev. W. E.
Preaching for revival began pastor and members
ZION HILL
Sim is the
pastor.
Monday night, April 14, would like to thank Prince
LILLY WHITE NEWS
Rev. A. Randall ushrund
Rev. James Pickett, pastor at 7:30. Our evangelist reallywas MT. PILGRIM Reddick, Sister Evans and all choir of St. Matthew, Freewill
There will be a musical pro ready for this most inspiring The Lilly White family is those who participated in the
gram at the church on Sunday task of saving those 6617 NW 7th Avenue making plans for the grand assembly appreciation service held in services.Mrs.Baptist will be in charge of

afternoon at 3 p.m. who were on the journey of Rev. J. W. Everson, pastor which will be held in behalf of Mother Rahmlng. .
Willie M
Dinners are sold every Saturday being lost along the wayside. Mrs.Emma JenningsreporterOn Daytona Beach, April 22 27. The public is invited to be Bagley is

at the church, 2385 NW The entire public is invitedto Friday night, April 18, They are asking friends and with us Friday night at 8 p.m. president.ST. .

60th Street, phone: 6335685.On come out and Join with us Rev. Norton and congregation well wishers to Join them. in a special service given by

the second Sunday in May on our final week. of the Valley Grove M. B. Mrs. Lillian Ethridge was 'I the missionaries. MARK BAPTIST

from 4 to 6 p.m. there will bea During this week of preaching Church will be in charge of hospitalized, but is recov- Sunday at 3 p.m. Elder Ser-

Spring Tea at the church, April 21-24, Ushers' services in behalf of the ering nicely. vance and congregation will 1911 Wilmington Street

sponsored by Sister Tiller. Boards Nos. 1&2, Choirs Nos. church. Celebrating birthdays in''render service for us. The Opa-locka

You are welcome toattendanyof 1&2 are asked to alternate. On Sunday, April 20, there March are: Darlene McGrud1er public is invited. Rev. Joseph: Smith, pastor

these affairs. On Firday night, both choirs will be a pre-Women's Day daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Tuesday night at 8 p.m. is Saturday at 12:30, a sale

All members are asked to and both ushers boards are to teat 0 be held at the church James McGruder, Precious 1Janlute 1 Bible Class night.MEMORIAL. will be held at the church with

please pay your.assessments combine. We are asking all to from 4 to 6 p.m. Mrs. Willie Wilson daughter of Sisters Louise Faniel and

toward Women's Day. come out and do your duty. M. Williams will be the guest Mr. and Mrs. Wright Wilson, Louise Smith in charge.

The ladies are working hard Remember the sick, shut- speaker, Choir No.1 and Leo Giedon son of Mrs.Jessie TEMPLE Mrs. Louise Faniel sec-

toward the annual Women's ins and members of bereaved Ushers' Board No. 1 will accompany Giles retary and Rev. Joseph: Fanielis
Day drive which will be held families in your prayers. her. They are all Our deepest sympathy to the Rev. I. C. Mickins,pastor assistant pastor.TOOTHACHE.

on the third Sunday in May. On our sick list: Sis. Leona members of the Greater New family of the late Eddie Lee Lucille Beckett, reporterWe .#'

Prayer service every Johnson, Christian Hospital, Macedonia Missionay Baptist Tyson, a member of the Lilly are happy to have our _

Tuesday night. Visitors are room 25; and Mother Zanders. Church. Everyone is invited Whites. pastor return safely from

always welcome to attend. Let us all pray that they both attend all of these programs Juanita McCloud, reporter. Pensacola, where he attendedthe
General State Baptist Con-
Deacon Clark, Sister Stevens have a speedy recovery. vention. Don't suffer -relieve
and Sis. Paris are home GRACE pain In seconds is millions do with
Activities of the week: Wed- ORA-JEL. Many dentists recommend
sick. Let and vist with MT. SINAI
us go NEW PROVIDENCE using ORA-JEL until
PRESBYTERIAN
nesday 7p.mSundayschoolteachers you getprofessional
them. .. ....
treatment *
Rev. C. J. Burney.pastor Rev. Cleo Albury, pastorB. Rev. W, F. Savoy meeting. Junior ..x ,,,

FT. LAUDERDALE Arsula Edwards, reporter Boney, reporter There will not be any ser- Ushers' Board meeting and ora-jel! :."".';_,'.""
You are invited to attend a The family welcomes back vice at the Grace Presby- Choir rehearsal will both be

DISTRICT LAYMENORGANIZATION musical program sponsoredby Rev. and Sister- Albury after terian Church on this Sunday. held at 8 p.m. The pastor is

HASANNIVERSARY the Crusaders, Sunday, attending the convention in The congregation is leaving y urging all members to attend

April 20, at 3 p.m. here at the Pensacola.We bus for Key West this Sundayat the activities of the church.
j church. Several youth choirs were recipients of a very 5:30 in the morning.We You are invited to worship O.I.C.
The Ft. Lauderdale DistrictLaymen's
will will appear on this program. soul-stirring message de- will have worshippedwith with us each Sunday.ANNOUNCEMENT.
Organization Consecration hour of prayer livered by Rev. Allen Weaverof the Trinity Presbyterian OpportunitiesIndustrialization/

hold its first Anniversary on is held each Sunday morning Florida Memorial College. Church, Rev. Thurlow Weed, -.. Center

Sunday, April 20, at Mt.Plea- 5. You are Invited to come and Sunday, April 20, at 4 p.m. pastor, at 11 a.m. After an

sant A.M.E. Church, West bring a friend. will be celebrated as "Youth afternoon of fellowship, we SUNDAYApril
Hollywood, Fla. at 2:30 p.m. Rev. E. R. will be'
Ferguson
Bible Class and Prayer For Chirst Emphasis Day." will start back to Miami at
Rev. J. M. Askiew, pastor. Meeting Tuesday evening at Everyone is invited to Join in 4 p.m. Roundtrip tare is$5.00. guest speaker of St. MatthewM.
Please come and help us make B. Church 2400 NW 61st
7:30. this Christian Involvement. We give thanks to Mr. Willie 20
this a big one. To St., 11 a.m.and 7 p.m.the public
Let us continue praying for our sick and shut-ins: Jenkins for coordinating the
Willie Scott Is president and those who are sick,shut-in and "The Lord is thy shade upon trip, and Mrs. Barbara Savoy, Is invited.Rev.N. F.Clark, Support Your O.I.C.
Rev. F. A. Allen Is presiding the bereaved. thy right hand." assistant. pastor.
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Mr. T. Willard Fair, Executive Director, and membership campaign volunteers

Miss Paula Homer and Mr. John Smith at "kick-off" orientation for Urban 2

League volunteers for the April I membership drive..The barometer shows

the goal for 1969 is 3,000 members.


'YOUR MEMBERSHIP IS THE NEW THRUST'Over Bruce Robertson installing Urban' League officers: Mrs. Mauve K.

a hundred volunteersare Citizens Corps, Family Plan- not hope to reach our thou- Reid, President; Mrs. Willie Williams, Secretary; Mr. Dewey W. Knight, 2nd I

around the community ning, Economic Developmentand sands of people In person, Vice President; Mr. Benjamin C. Green, Treasurer; and Robert 0. Hach, 1st
month talking about the Urban Employment,and the many just send any amount over Vice President.A .
League for the 1969 member- other ways in which the board, $1.00 to the Urban League cen-
ship drive. staff, and membership of the tral office at 395 NW First large gathering of members .that will have real mean- nificant chapter in fair human
Urban League are working to Street with your name and address and friends of the Urban ing for everybody." relations."
The goal for 1969 of 3,000 provide "equal results" for or call 377-3681 for League participated In the 26th The program Included a
members was announcedbyT. black citizens. further information." Annual Meeting and Installa- Installed as president for
panel discussion by Urban
Willard Fair,Executive DIrector Miss Nancy Adams, Mem- Mrs. Maude K. Reid,president tion of the Urban League of League board members, Miss her second term, Mrs. MaudeK.
during the orientationfor bership chairman, coordinated of the Board Directors Greater Miami, March 20, at Reid said"Youngpeople in
Nancy Adams, Nicholas Lee,
membership volunteers at the distribution of mem- stated "The membership the New Covenant Presbyterian Bruce Robertson and Raymond college and poor people ,in
the Urban League Tuesday bership kits to volunteers drive will continue through church. Thornton. The panel was mod- ghettos are both saying the1

evening. Miss Adams said, "when a April. Please give us the sup Among the speakers were erated by Dewey W, Knight, same thing: 'We want In and we'
volunteer asks you to becomea port we need, so that we can City Commissioner M. Atha- chair-' want It now.' The Urban
Development Chairman, dis- a instrumentof Earl Carroll. is to demonstrate
the membership application, become powerful ghetto seeking
the Urban League New Thurst
cussed the "New Thrust"movement. please participate in becom- change for all black people. Mrs. Range's remarks dealt movement. that, by changing the
Mr. Knight de- ing part of the Urban League Your membership is the New with the urgency of passing a systems that hold down and
scribed the New Thrust as a movement. And since we can Thurst." ,local fair housing ordinance Bruce Robertson, housing isolate the masses of power:'
system changing process that --------- - chairman, speaking on the less ghetto residents,the"ra
works in many ways to bridgethe issue of a local fair housing cial gap" will steadily decrease -
gap between the races .. ordinance, told the audience until the ghetto resi-
between' the ghetto and the ADULTS that an Urban League legal
. dent is master of his own des-
tiso
larger society. One illustration committee has been working"to
tiny, and as such has the same
is the recent"garbage" 'I build the strongest
pos- power as the dominant "in"
issue. It was shown that the / YOU CAN EARN YOUR sible local fair housing ordi- society.

present method of garbage = >v g; $ j HIGH SCHOOL DIPLOMA nance, one that can be enforced -
.
collection the use.of twice AT MIAMI JACKSON HIGH with a minimum of delay, Other officers Installed with
weekly pick-ups wasn't r> r EDUCATION frustration, time and expenseto Mrs. Reid were Robery
ADULT
equal treatment because of the poor people of this community Hach, Dewey W. Knight, LeeA.
the greater population In some CENTER ." Tafel, Mrs. Willie F. Williams -
areas, comparing populations and Benjamin C.Green.
Coral Gables Liberty 1751 NW 36th St. Reverend Robertson contin-
City. When this was demon- ued to say, "How we go about Presiding over the meetingwas

strated to those in control of MIAMI, FLORIDA 33142 enforcing the fair housing Urban League board
this community service, the market, how we go about member Dr. Gilbert Porter.
bringing cases before the
pick-up schedule was changed -
remarks
to three times weekly for DON'T LET THE LACK OF A HIGH SCHOOL DIPLOMA HOLD'YOU BACK commission and into the Concluding were
made by T. Willard Fair,exe-
the higher population areas: ; ANY' LONGER. GET STARTED NOW'TOWARD THIS WORTHY GOAL. courts, if necessary these cutive director. Mr. Fair told
are going to provoke an sorts
This is Just one aspect of
sys- the crowd that as the Urban
tems changing as it Is being CLASSES ARE HELD FROM 7 TO 10 P. M. of criticism and controversy. League continued working towards

developed by the Urban League "We are going'to require a equal results" for
Mr. Knight pointed out massive vote of confidence. If black people It is time for the
that, in order to be as strong there's a hearing, we'll need "good people" of Dade County
and effective as possible, it is Call 6342641For bodies, far more than wehave to make their voices heard

? necessary to build a large here tonight, so many they'll over the roar of the bigots.
I membership so that the Urban Further InformationOffice have to move the hearing to a The problem Is: people are
,; League can tackle all the problems bigger'place."We'n suffering from the effects of
that beset the ghetto and racism and it will take the entire -
f Whelp the ghetto become economically need floods of mall society, black and white,
ft and emotionally as is Open From 2 to 10 p.m. to our local commissionerstoo working together to overcomethe
strong as the total community. because this is going to be massive problems gener-
Monday thru Friday Room 127 a rather hot issue when it is ated by the repressive way of
t Miss Maxine Thurston,program finally joined, and a very sig life in the ghetto.
t director, gave a brief i r I
outline of each of the Urban
I URBAN LEAGUE COMMUNITY OFFICES:
51 League programs in Miami to
I ',the assembled volunteers. REGISTER NOW FOR THE SUMMER L. E. A. P. 1112 NW 62nd St. ,- 758-5551
Miss Thurston spoke about LEADERSHIP DEVELOPMENT
Operation Equality, the hous- 6207 NW 27th Avenue 693-4302
ing' program that has officesin TERM. SUMMER TERM IS HELD FROM OPERATION EQUALITY
Coconut Grove
Opa-locka, ,
< Liberty City-Brownsville and 3378 Douglas Road 448-6268

Allapattab, working towards APRIL 28 TO AUGUST 8. 2338 All Babe Avenue -. 685-0342
solving the housing problems 536 S. W. 12th Avenue 358.2226

t of black people; LEAP, whichis 6740 NW 15th Avenue 691-3811

a program that locates and COMMUNITY LEADERSHIP DEVELOPMENT
trains youth and young men 1001 NW 3rd Avenue 377-5264
for pre-apprenticeship In the
school trades ALL CLASSROOMS ARE AIR CONDITIONEDFOR CITIZENS CORPS
high building ; 6207 NW 27th Avenue 693-4302
the Neighborhood Develop
ment Program, working towards YOUR COMFORT FAMILY PLANNING
organizing black people 4638 NW 27th Avenue 633-2573
for the purpose of solving
', community problems; the

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climbed the heights, gems 6701 NW 15th Avenue A-I LABORNO
You threw back rocks From the dark ground come, 691.9151
build a dream Uncut, and oft unrecognized FEF PAID DAILY
To blinded .. Only rocks, AWe ', RAHMINGS EVERGREEN WantedAgents Driver I Men with cart,
Your eyes were ( MORTUARY
\ Fork lift, Lasers, War-
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of own zeal, see them, :/ ,. 5253 NW 7th Avenue
By the light your -J, to sell The Miami housemen. Open 5:30 a.m.
White, hot, unstopped. Rough, unlovely heaps, ,: :.: 754.0681 or 754.0682IMPORTEXPORT Times are wonted oil over I
"Why not?" you asked again, Without sparkle, or allure. .'.,:i i Florida and Georgia. They -'

And again your echo was the same. : HOUSE OF 7 SEASBOUTIQUE may be boys and girls or
The dream of things, Only adults Make spending EMPLOYMENTRestaurant
"Things that never were" After the cutting .. Afro-Asian Fashions money. Write or call Mrs., Hotel
Are now things The tapping, the grinding, Jewelry, Perfumes Davis, 6530 NW 15th Ave., Domestic, Factory
That will ever The scraping, and the shaping, Arts, Crafts 6910421. 534 H. MIAMI AVENUE
4409 NW 7th Avenue
By a master's hand
not? ----
Ask "Why
Why not "Why not?" ? Only then <. , !DRESS SHOPS
-Anglea England Smith May they :pane .(\ > ,....,.' PATRICIA'S, INC.
:.t' 5843. NW 17th Avenue MERCHANTS WHO ADVERTISE IN THE "
696.3515
Flag Of FreedomThe People. . MIAMI TIMES ARE TELLING YOU THEY
And who LORY'S FASHION SHOPS
BUSINESS WITH YOU.
Can say what rocks 6112 NW 7th Avenue APPRECIATE DOING

symbol of our NationIs They are? Martin W. Smith THEY ARE COURTEOUS, DEPENDABLE.

red, white and starry blue Or whatShaping PLEASE PATRONIZE THEM!
This Banner we should honor Fate can make
With a loyalty that's true Them shine?

WE'VE MOVED!!!
this from traitors
Defend Flag ; -Constance Adele Henning s
Silence the treacherous tongue. M Magic City & Harlem Cabs

There's no other place on earth,
Where all freedom's bells are rung. The Day Of The Lady Operating the Citgo Service Station

-Vivian Singerling bathe dull common place of life, / NEW LOCATION 1501 NW 62 St.

In times of sure misery,
I was feeling sad and disdained, NEWPHONF 696-6400
Out of the midst of nowhere,
SPRING IS HEREAnd
"Triumph In The Ring"Whirling The day the lady came. so are the fashions at: ,DRIVERS WANTED

It's nice to know that life can be lovely. my Full time or Part-time
with
dizzying
the crimson cape
expertiseS I feel so good inside dressmaker Apply, at Cffice
I want to shout and holler.
in's idol, the most reckless and colorful of
I feel that there's so much to live for, 6026 NW 7th AVENUE
all matadors, returns to blood and sand. .
The pressure to be good, to outdo excellence And that living no in vain. Come in and See the

haunts him day and night. Thats the way I feel folks, Tremendous Selections Do you have a SORE, RASH or DISCHARGE?
Relentlessly his drive to numb the pain of his Since the day the lady came. Alterations fast and free

gored, scarred body, by the determination to with purchase of garment IT COULD BE VD
Sweet at ease a reality
,
continue his work as he has fought,
cape Pants & Skirts are Our "
thats what she appeared to be.' and
information
Yes confidential
For
always to the triumphant end. . Speciality .\1 11..
For the secret of the success of the plung Sweet,,,at ease a reality, :: .. free treatment
i
Yes, that's what she is, you see.
comes from within. I didn't have to "rap" that day, SEWING MACHINE Phone: 377-0341 Extension' 152
in the Plaza de Toros
On a bright afternoon
in order to make a claim. 1969 ZIG-ZAG PORTABLE
nearing the end of a dramatic fight,the kneeling On that glorious day, Zlfl-Zag slightly used. No DADE COUNTY HEALTH DEPARTMENT
matador skillfully leads his prey aroundhis attach needed to ,
the monogram 1350 ;NW 14th Street, Miami
The day lady came.
bodyOffending- overcast, make ,but. holes,
controls built In. Sews with
the purists,death lurked,killing the With Interests spreaded s o vast and wide, 1 or 2 needles Full price
bull with one swift, clean thrust of his shinin t A human being with a lot of pride. $38.10 or assume paymentsof
$4.53 mo. For free home
SABRE.
.
in life and womanhood.
Cleo Sorrels With pride demonstration, call Capitol
A lady who can easily be understood.No Credit Mgr. till 9 p.m. No AUTO INSURANCE
tears, no fears and no rain, obllg. If toll call collect. Immediate SR-22 Filings

Wind Storm On Since the day the lady came. 949-8124 Low Monthly Payments
A light in the dark, she appeared to me, Capitol Sewing Machinesof

Antelope Island A gift from heaven to set me free. Southern Florida AUTO TAGS DRIVERS LICENSED.
The greatest thing that ever happened to me,

My hope, my fate, my destiny. GOODMAN & SONS
Surging waves disrupt the shore.; ;'\ Love to give and love to gain, TREATURIGHTCLEANERS KEEN AUTO TAG AGENCY, '
Rupture line and form. singe the day the lady came.
Like enormous knives they slice Same ,locati .n for two generations

Chunks off In the storm. ) Abraham Thomas If you want your clothesto .
Fishing boats careen and toss. . .' receive excellent care, 2688 NW 62nd S1,. Phone, :,691-0380
Motors hum and bustle To Heal The Hurt and expert leaning and
Fear-filled minds'of fishermen pressing. Bring them to
(A Trillinea)
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Prod them on to hustle.
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To still life's woes.
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Black, Is The FlameA Little Cat LostSo AFLORIST 379-7735

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Post Feb.1961 <{, So many wheels!

And,quick stepping feetl!
The thunderheads hand low, black Is the flame 4340 N. W. ilk A'-flue PROTECT YOUR fUftNITURK
that scorches earth and burns the sea and sky! Alone am I, Mi.Ti, '. WITHOUT HIDING ITt BEAUTY
,
The land is torn and troubled; stained with shame, No passer by CUSTOM MADE
for those unborn, the living and the martyrs who will die! Listens or hears' 1'// PLASTIC FURNITURE

Black are the hands that work and sweat and toil; My frightened cry;, SUP COVERS .....
Black are the feet that travel road and street. . ,
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Black are the backs that hoed and tilled this soil . Hoping, I wait- .,jw' e. CITITAl LONG MIAVY IA. TIN U6I ,

White are the lies; dishonor and deceit! Beside the gate.. e till MIUV(MUTANT
Black are the soldier heroes in their grave. . I may be seen .UAAKTIIDIKMKlUt
Black are the wounds that bleed their purest red . Before I die-'
White are the chains that keep the black man . slave! Mir IMurn Mu
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ocean's deep. 4
There will be dirges in the So many people llfMM
and lamentations higher than the sky . Fat doggies on leads- WE WIRE FLOWERS e MIN All VIMI,o'i SPECIALIZING'N PLASTIC s.r CA/l oR
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In a home that is Good.
_Anthony Cama



28 THE MIAMI TIMES, Friday, April 18, 1969

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MARLINS OPEN 1969 SEASONBy
BASKETBALL STILL GOINGWith

reports from Bill Durney Jr., general manager of the

Marlins, he thinks he has the makings of a stronger team than baseball only one week old,we are still playing basketball -

last year. After all, last year they wound up In the playoffs. However, the kind of games that are being played, I don't

This year they have a new manager In,Woody Smith who I had think anyone resents the extended season.
the pleasure of seeing with the Triple-A Marlins As a third The Floridians, playing with key injuries are trying to hang

baseman he was a pepper pot at that position. Returning from tuff in the ABA play offs; while the Celtics are going for all

? last years roster are Lew Beasley, a speedball who stole 28 the marbles in the NBA next year, I hope nobody thinks up an

bases during the season, Chris Carnegie, Steve Greene and idea for the world championship in basketball Just think, bas-

Pitcher Mike Herson who had an 8-3 record, and attends the ketball in Mayl! Right now, most of the other sports go sevenor

University of Miami. All in all this maybe another good sea- eight months, (including pre-season, regular season and

son for the Marlins. Opening game for the Marlins at the YA post season games) why not basketball?One thing I must warn

Miami Stadium, Saturday night, April 19. Marlins vs Pompano ..... '- the owners about, the saturation point of the fans

7:30 p.m.:, also Sunday, April 20, game time 6:30 p.m.

Local merchants have bought 20,000 tickets at special prices MACHANIC LOSES FIRST RACE
for distribution to the customers for Saturday's game.
....
Coach Leroy Daniels, has been holding out on the track fans

FLORIDIANS COME FROM BEHINDAfter Ex-Northwestern Star Is ,Major/ of South Florida. He has been developing his relay teams, and

not running Larry Black in the open quarter mile. Last week,
a fast start by the Floridians last Sunday night, which League. Propect he turned Larry out to romp in the open quarter. The results

they kept up from start to finish, they beat the Pipers, and During the past several weeks Roy Gibson, John Rivers, -Amos Mechanic lost his first race in four years. Amos, who
have taken the series lead by a 3-2 margin after falling to a
and meet records from allover was beaten
holds state
and Glenn Borgmann have been on a hot streak for the Mlaml- ,
2-1 disadvantage in the playoffs. They have a chance to capture Dade Junior College North Falcons. thoroughly last week by a Larry Black,who came to run. I won't

their next game before our paper goes to press.if they Gibson is hitting a torrid .395 pace. The strong West Vir- count Amos out of the qua r t e r. Knowing him as I do, this
lose they will return to the North Dade for the final
gym game ginian hit two home runs this past week to up his season's week's meeting will be quite a thing to see. And don't be sur-
Saturday night, in case they win, they will have to stand by
for the output to four. He has also collected four doubles, and three prised if one of these fellows set a world's record in the
finish of the Kentucky and Indiana series. Whoever
wins this playoff, it Is a fight to a finish. Let's hope the Flori- triples in knocking in 17 runs. quarter.Ted .
dians wind up to be the champions of the Eastern Division. John Rivers,. after a very slow start, has begun to clobberthe Bennett of Northwestern and Gerald Tinker of Coral
ball in he did in 1968 he hit 322 last week. Ted did a
Not bad for their second year in the AFL Basketball organization the same fashion when Gables, continued to do their own thing
for the season. The sophomore outfielder from MiamiNorth- 57.3 with the shot; while Gerald ran a 9.6, one hundred, and a
western has 25 hits in 75 trips to the plate for a .333 average. 21.3.220. With talent like this,r m looking forward to the state

Included in his barrage are five doubles, three triples and high school meet and the national AAU meet this summer.

MERCURY MORRIS,SIGNS two home runs. The flashy speedster has been a constant Baring injuries, I have no doubts as to the abilities of the fel-

The threat on the base paths in stealing 15 bases thus far. lows here in South Florida qualiflng for. all the events in the
greatest ground-gainer in the history of collegiate foot-
Glenn the catcher from New is also AAU meet.
Borgmann, husky Jersey
ball, Eugene (Mercury) Morris of West Texas State, signedhis
hitting a steady .333 pace. Borgmann, normally known for his,
contract Thursday with Miami Dolphins' President Joseph
ability to hit with power, has yet to hit a home run this year. JAGUARS TO GET GYM
Robbie. Morris was the Dolphins' third round pick.
His to hit with base is however
ability runners on outstanding, -
Also with Miami linebacker
signing was Jesse Powell, a and he has collected 20 RBI's thus far in 1969. Bill Stokes of Miami Dade South released a story that the
ninth round pick and a teammate of Morris at west
Texas,
south campus will have its own health center by 1971. From
State last
season. iIt the plans, this will be quite a plant. The facility will include
The 5-foot-10 Morris concluded sensational
191-pound a an Olympic size pool, wall to wall carpeting and a 4,500 seat
college career In 1968 by rolling up 1,571 yards rushing and M-DJC North Campus gym.. The Jaguars are becoming a power in Junior college
scoring 17 touchdowns. He had outburst of 340 t
a one game
athletics; and with the addition of the health center, the ex-
I yards and four touchdowns against Montana State. r tended athletic programs on campus, Dade South will be the
Happening .
school to reckon with 'in the future Congrats to Bill and his
TRANSIT EMPLOYEES SPONSOR
BOXING SHOW
staff at Dade South.
J By WILLIAM"Sherb" PARKS

Gordon Lott, former 9th-ranked junior middleweight from Sport of the week: Mary Gray you're still a fox kid; but

Savannah, Ga., has been named,to head an April 22 fight card you haven't developed a tennis game yet.
at Miami Beach Auditorium. Until the next remain
meeting a
good sport.
Monday, April 14, markedthe contest$.a riot,as each con-
The all-star show will feature twolO-roundersandis being
beginning of the first In-, testant modeled his legs in the
co-sponsored by the Fraternal Order of Transit Employees,
ter-American Week" of his famous
Inc., who have set as a goal the sale of 1,000 fight tickets. on cam style model.
The Foote proceeds willbe set aside for the headstart program, pus. The week is sponsored by They all took the Jokes and MERCHANTS WHO ADVERTISE: IN THE
Operation Amigo. President wise cracks In humor.
good
Florida Memorial College and the Sunland Training Center. MIAMI TIMES ARE TELLING YOU THEY
Masiko
officially started the When the contest was all over
The Fraternal Order Is headed by ex-boxer and president
week by addressing students In and,the laughter subsided, APPRECIATE DOING BUSINESS WITH YOU.
Claude
Rolfe Other officers include Livingston Rolli,
treasurer; G. Hollaway, secretary and E. Sacco, vice presi- the faculty dining room"This Vishnu Macharay, a memberof THEY ARE COURTEOUS, DEPENDABLE.
will be proceeded by discussions the tennis team dub-
dent. Fight fans wishing tickets to the benefit fight,card may was PLEASE PATRONIZE THEMI!
Inter- bed 1969"
concerning
as Mr. .
Hairy Legs
contact Mr. Sacco at 498 SW 18th Road, Miami or call 377-
0600. American countries. Repre- The Omega Phi Psi Fra-

sentatives of OAS and 15 ternit y were the first to announce -
Boxing promoter Chris Dundee expects to bring some out-
guests consuls will participate their additions to
new
7
standing local names to the agenda including Juan Collaza,
in the discussions. Mem- their brotherhood. The
Santa Domingo'welterweight, who is unbeaten in his Miami young
bers of "The Pan-American men are: Charles Boone,Vann
Beach Auditorium appearances; Frank Jones, the Funchln'Parson '
Society" and the "Interna- Johnson Wilbert Holloman
,
who doubles as a light heavyweight KO boxer and the
Ministry; and Frank Otero, the 19-year old sensation who has tional Friendship Club" will Lester Moore, Alphonso
13 take-part in the discussions. Nesmith, Arthur Robinson, hot box.
won
straight fights as a budding lightweight.The .
Fortunato Arroyo, president and Carlton Jones. They will
first bout on the charity show begins at 8:30.
of Operation Amigo, de- be officially accepted April 19

-............---- --.... ....-.,-............----- scribed the purpose as "a at the induction ceremony in flLMirL.

strengthening of Friendshipties the new Everglades Hotel.

between American and Congratulations fellows, you
Latin-American Students at really worked hard
Miami-Dade North."
iillilMiitVilMIMSLICK I
The Cardinal Newsman

Club sponsored,the "Miami- : t"et'

Dade North Mr. Hairy Legs ((1; F BLACK

'.. contest last Thursday.The object .:;!' DOUBLE ACTION

A of the contest is to simply A /COLORS GRAY HAIRlUa

see which young man on cam- 2DRESSESHAIRIMmaUNCLE

pus had the hariest,legs. The ti I:

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GROCERY ;
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Nathaniel Hollis struck out pitcher of the week by the man- & SUNDRYWhere r.

14 batters as the Opa-locka ager, J. J. Williams. Ratliff iwmpi p 'M

Eagles defeated the Goulds> was picked to receive an award

\ Colts 5-3 to open their first by the chief umpire, known as your Patronage appreciated and beach

game of the season Sunday at Slim. Our Business is serving Patrons miami

Ingram Park in Ooa-locka. First row Jesse Williams, 700 NW 69th STREET PHONE: 691.9872
Andrew Ratcliff, James John- 1he od aQk 1Ta1 l
A timely hit by Kenny Dardy ) lm, + ,
son, H.Patterson.Second row:
COLDEST BEER AND WINE IN TOWN!.
and a key play by Andrew Rat- Larry Williams, Demetrius,
liff helped spark the team to Pease, Tom Stankus, Na- ALL SIZES & SHADES IGHT i3 AMgBOMT SO. COLLINS

victory., thaniel Hollis, and KennyDardYe LADIES HOSIERY
Hollis was named team MVP


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E{} REAL >:::.fCSs : being with made available deals now Pepper Wants Rent Deducted from Income I

f: o Investment property Congressman Claude Pep- "These are the Americanswho his Job or is transferred by his favorable consideration in the
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:: ::R figures for per has introduced legislation can least afford present company As their children current discussions on Federal
T price
,< ,, mortgage arrange- to permit renters to deduct costs and and '
:), ::: ments, rental Income housing yet they are grow larger more active, tax reform.
A:: By FRED :: other details fed and part of their rent payments in the ones who are denied the families need more space.
are into the calculating their Federal income tax benefit that to Then the children off to college
BETTELIIEIM, $ goes many go FOR SALE
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T11 JR.1 computer a number
of
answers tax "Just as home buy millions of Americans with to the service,or to workin
3 bdrm $300 down
IR about how garage
J profitable a ers now deduct the interest on much larger incomes." other areas and the parents
l $95 month
particular
(;:::;:;::::::::::::::::::: :::::::::: property may be, their mortgages' TPepper" said a rent deduction ' do not need that much room.
2267 NW 93rd Street
come back in
a fraction of a The legislation would amend also would be in keeping Later, when the children are * *
We live in the age of com second.
the Internal Revenue to with ofmodern settled elsewhere the
Code
the greater mobility parents
This statementdoesn't 2 bedroom 2 bath $600
puters. What is a ,
computer? It is
an permit a taxpayer who rents Americans and ,with may wish to retire to a warmer
have much meaningfor electronic down $125 month
machine ,
that his home or apartment to de- the changing housing needs of climate such as Florida
most of us because we do stores information and 715 NW 52nd Street
gives duct 30 per cent of his total individual families. without taking on the burden of
not yet realize that computers it back * *
upon request, along rent
payments up to $1,000for "Families move from city a new home or a new mort
affect our daily lives in many with the results of 2 bedroom double
complicated one taxable year. to city as the father changes garage,
gage.
ways. Suppose that automobiles mathematical figuring that Pepper said the present interest "I believe more equal tax luxury home. $700 down,
were suddenly to disappear would take a long time to $125 month
fig
deduction "is especially CBS 2 BEDROOM DUPLEX treatment is indicated, and I
and we were back in the ure without the machine.Com 1177 NW 48th Street
unfair to minority citizens tis will receive
Drive by 6844 NW 5th Av.PI.as.don't hope proposal
horse and buggy age like we puters are combination bra ins who have difficulty in obtain disturb tenants

were before cars took over. and calculating machines. and ing housing and to our older $2500 down $135 mo. BY OWNER CALL 151.3659
We know what we mean whenwe automatic filing cabinets. citizens who retire on small No qualifying
say that we live in the automobile Sometime, when we get a. incomes." Own.r 754.4484 ((1)) 1812 NW 53 St.- $300 down. $105pays all.

age. Suppose that TV little fur Qier along,we will arrange _.
and air conditioning and airplanes for a demonstration of ---------- ((2)) 4020 NW 12 Av. $250 down. $82 pays all.
and other marvels of these fascinating things. The $45.00 CASH IS ALL YOU NEED TO

modern science were taken present services are in their ((1)) Pay off all mortgages and have only 1 mgt ((3)) 1121 NW 51 St. (CBS duplex) $350 down,
away. We would know the difference infancy, but will soon be big $125 all.
very quickly indeed. things. It will not be very long, ((2)) Pay off your agreement for deed and give pays

Computers are not yet partof for example, before you can you deed. ((4)) 2125 NW 58 St (CBS"duplex) $250 down,
our daily lives like these come to a real estate office $99 all.
other things, but they will be and ask for a particular kind ((3)) Fix up your house including roof, termite pays

soon. In many ways theybringthe of home and see what is available electric and plumbing. ((5)) 1455 NW 37 St ( 5 bedroom, 2 bath) frame.

world closer together.The at that time on a TV No qualifying, $800 down. $110 all.
pays
reason we point this out now is screen. The same will be true ((4)) Lower your monthly payments.

that computers will play an for apartment buildings and .((6)) 7800 NW 10 Av CBS, No qualifying,
important part in modern real other kinds of income pro- FOR APPOINTMENT CALL. 751-3659 $600 down $95 all.
All the pays
perty.
estate practices too. Computer figures will .
Ask for Ford
Mr. Art
services availableto come right back to us at the : or .
are now
people in the real estate same time. ((7)) 2222 NW 86 Terr $300 down, $95 all.

field in two and The present services are on
specific ways,
there will soon be many more. hook-up. By merely makinga AUTO INSURANCELow ((8)) 417 NW 46 St 4 bedroom, 2 bath, 2

These services are not yet free long-distancecalltothe porches, $250 down, $83 pays all.

very Important, but they will computer which is now in Detroit Premium Rates ,-; "p.
be and it is interesting to know for example, those who Low Monthly Payments ((9)) 2417 NW 43rd St 3 bedroom CBS, $300

about them and have a little want this service and sub- Immediate SR-22 Filings :;:t' down. $82 all.
vision into the future along scribe to it can enjoy the facilities .
with all the problems of the now available. It will Mon.OFFICE Thru FrI.HOURS 930-7tOO . ., t' ((10) 1852 NW 47th St. CBS, $250 down
present.It not be too many years beforeall Sat. 9i30-4iOO p $91 all.
is now possible to press this and much more will be
some buttons on a regularnewstyle commonplace, Just like TV BROWN REALTY & INSURANCE AGENCY

telephone with the and cars and the rest of the 740 NW 7th Avenue 2 and 3 Bedroom Homes

touch buttons instead of the scientific marvels that make 754.0655 FHA and No QualifyingAsk
dial, and get back instantaneous the modern world what it is,
for Dottie
answers to such questions with all its good and bad sides. Bradley
* * *
as the 2-bedroom or 3- phone me at 751-8642 if you ,

bedroom houses with this tea f have any questions pr"com- 'REALTY 3 bedrms, 2 baths, 2 car garage.Choice Jo ,qto";
tore and that detail that maybefor nent Ask for Gene Kemp
sale In any given zip code
O.I.C. * * *
,area or any area of a square \Ip IROKER
mile on the city map. As a OpportunitiesIndustrialization FORD REALTY, INC.

practical matter, very few offices C.nt.rSUNDAY 3639 NW 15th AVE. 635-4595
are now using this par- OPEN 7 DAYSWILL

ticular service for the reason .
that there are so few April 20
homes available now of the SELL FOR FHA
VALUATION
Support Your 0.1.C.. CARLTON REALTY
kinds most in Beautiful CBS on large fenced corner lot. Garage,

terrazzo floors, jalousie windows, storm shut, 30T4HW 79 STREET BROKER

tens, near stores, schools, transportation. FHA 693-4772 IF NO AHS. 7596500FHA
4 DAY SPECIAL"Fri price $13,000, $400 down and $93.43 month.
Large 2 bdrm, 1 bath, vynl firs, porch,

Sat, Mon, Tues. gar., good area. $12,500, $600 down, $89.64 mo.
I WILL SELL FOR FHA VALUATION FHA CBS, 2 bdrm, IJi baths, built in hitch,
-- BRAND NEW - I Modern 3 bedroom CBS, screened in patio, jalousie ,refrig., $14,200. $1,200 down, $96.39 month.
windows, awnings, paneled dining room, 2
ton reverse cycle air conditioner.Neareverything. FHA-CBS 3 bdrm, 2 bath, Fla rm, gar., $21,000,
1969 AUTOMATIC, FHA price $14,900, $450 down, $107.14 month. 1,800 down. $146 month.

NO QUALIFYING

WILL SELL FOR 3 bdrm, 1 bath, liv'rm' din rm, hitch, enclosed
FHA
Modern 3 bedroom, 2 bath home VALUATION on large corner front porch, carport, fenced, large grounds, $10,000
ZIGZA'J. $2,500 down, $100 month.
lot. Carport, terrazzo floors, wall heat, jalousie
windows, stove, refrigerator. FHA price $17,000,
$700 down, $12 .86 month. WE HAVE OTHERS
NOW ONLY
'
._ "

$ 195 FIND SECURITY WITH
INVESTMENT PROPERTIESWe 35% DISCOUNT FOR ALL CASH

EAST have several duplexes as well as 5 and 6 unit BY OWNER
TERMS! buildings that you can buy with a low down pay- 0#
ment and reasonable monthly payments. Have income ADDRESS NEW PRICE

and live rent free, too. Come to seal 2125 NW 58th St. CBS Duplex $7900

1852 NW 47th st. CBS House $8500
WE
HAVE MANY MORE HOMES -

.Buttonholti ""REPAIR SPECIAL"" YOU CAN BUY' ANY OF OUR FHA HOMES FOR 7800 NW 10th Ave.' CBS House $7500

e Monogramming CUMIN $100 DOWN IF YOU ARE A VET OR ,BEING 4112 NW 11th Ct. Small House 4000
Satin Stitch . Adjust Tensions DISPLACED AND IF YOU CAN QUALIFY.

..MendingDarning .a Adjust Chick It"Wiring TMIMM $250. 2451 NW 95th Terr' 2 Houses $9000 ,
'
.Back Tacking hunt lUokiM 4023 NW 20th Ct. 2 Houses $7500
.Sews on Buttons Inspect I Ukffeils Mofw
Blind Hemming .Come in,or call for 1121 NW 51st St. CBS Duplex $11000
.Straight Stitching service in your home REALTYBROKER
.Sews over Pins .I_________________J 1916 NW 48th St.. CBS House $8500

2222 NW 86th Terr., CBS House $9800
COME IN OR CALL FOR

FREE HOME DEMONSTRATIONCALL 4932 NW 7th Ave. 417 NW 46th St. 4 bdrm House $9000

1455 NW 37th St. 5 Bedrooms $9000

625-1261 or 625-0724 PL 9-4371 2417 NW 43rd St. CBS House $9500

BBEY DOMESTIC SEWING CENTER] CAROL CITY SHOPPING CENTER CALL OWNER

15982 N.W. 27th AVE., OPALOCKAWE SUITE 208 624-3666 DAYS 151.3659

ARE OF THE INDEPENDENT SEWING
MACHINE DEALERS Of AMERICA Open Evenings' Sundays EVES 226-1481 OR 19814668THE



30 THE MIAMI TIMES, Friday, April 18, 1969



I CLASSIFIED ADS AFRICAN MISCELLANEOUS PRINT SEWING MACHINE

I Cottons 44-48" wide Marocco 1968 zigzag portable. Zlg 111

20 WORDS OR LESS 200. IOC FOR EACH ADDITIONAL '.VORD. caps, clothing, leather goods. tachments sag slightly needed used.to No mono at.
Rings earrings bracellets
,
DEADLINE FOR CLASSIFIED ADS TUESDAY 6 P. M. bead necklaces India, Mld- ton gram holes, overcast, controls, make built but in.

..
- east, Africa. Miniatures, Sews with 1 or 2 needles.
FOR SALE FOR SALE FOR SALE small rugs, incense, boxes. Full price $31.84 or assume

LOW LOW PRICE CBS 2 BARGAIN Kenya skin articles. Catalog payments of $3.10
6515" NW 2nd Ave. monthly. For free home owners.month. .
Cute 2 bedroom, good for re- bedroom, 1 bath, tile roof, HOME AND INCOME .50 retail free wholDONALDP. demonstration, call Credit

tirees or small family. Only terrazzo floors stove, re- Drive by 1785 NW 47th St. BROWN, 109 West 82,NYC Mgr until 9 p.m. No obligation. 1.

$300 down. No closing costs. frigerator, total price $12- what a bargain with rental you 10024. ((212)) SC 4-9430 or If toll,. call collects

See 1860 NW 59th St.Call own- 000, $1,000 down, monthly pay only $53 a month. Lovely (messages) (212)) TR 4-6459. :I 949.8124

er 693-2631. payment $100. Aetna Realty 2 bedroom home plus one

(Broker), 811 NW 54th St. Ph: bedroom cottage with garage.
SHARPE LOW PRICE 757-5724. No qualifying. $16,500 total, FHA $500 down HELP WANTED Pan American

CBS, A-l shape, 2 bedroom, $200 Vets, A, Ben-Korl Real- .
Florida
completely redecorated. $300 268 NW 59th Terrace Fan- tors anytime 759-2425. registered pharmacist. World AirwaysHas

down. $75 per month.Noclos- tastic! 3 bedroom home plus Excellent opportunity.Call a vancy for a
J&J 6912001.
ing costs. See 6300 NW 19th 2 rental units. Live in one and FHA $89 PAYS ALL Drugs.

Court. Call owner 693-2631. let the other two pay your $300 down plus closing costs. Apr. 25 lithographerMust Money available for

LIKE NEW mortgage. FHA $23,000, Store, refrigerator, air con- be school first and second
MALE OR Instru- a high
seller all closing costs.Don't ditioner. Complete wall to wall FEMALE. mortgage loans on
Lovely 2 bedroom CBS, wall pays Must be CBS frame
{ ment line mechanic. Know- graduate. experienced or : houses
to wall carpeting large din- let this one get away. carpeting. Fenced. Absolutely no chargeof
ledge of DC-6 and DC-7 type in all phases of
t down clos- Aetna RealtyBroker), 811 NW RIMCO INC., REALTOR any kind unless we
ing room $450 no
lithography
aircraft. Some jet experience : press, camera, make loan to
757-5724. the you.
54th Street. Phone 4184 Palm Ave. Hialeah
: ,
ing costs. Vets and 221 $100 821-4511 helpful. Electric background stripping and platemoking. For free Information,
down. See 3020 NW 58th St. required. Job Involves check- call collect((305))FR 33304or
"* 7732 NW 22ndAVENUEWell Starting rate: $3.09 per hr.
Call 693-2631.
owner kept CBS, 2 bedroom, Pretty 3 bedroom 1 bath CBS Ing and reparing aircraft com- Benefits Include world-wide mall coupon to.nun:

221 NW 69th St Huge 4 bed- Fla room, corner, propertycan tile roof,hardwood floor$1500 pass system, auto pilot, etc. travel privileges, retirement

room, 2 bath plus 2 bedroom, be used for barber shopor down, bank financing. Terms Apply at Barfield, 4101 NW 29 plan, paid vacation

1 bath duplex.Central heat and beauty shop, reasonable arranged. Atlantic and Pacific Street, Miami, Florida. An and sick leave. Pan Am METROPOLITANMOUTGAGI5

air, oak floors, tile roof,gar- price FHA or conventional., Realtors. 666-0411. equal opporunity employer. pays the major portion of

age and much, much more, Midwest Realty. NE 5-8035. FEMALE premiums for group hospitalization COMPANY,

FHA value $27,000, seller 5499 NW 27th Avenue. Investors and speculators. life and accident MIAMI.2244 BlSCAYNBLVD FLORID,83137

pays closing costs -' if you Steal the following income Assembly. General work. insurance. tIM - -W >- -
really want the very best don't 4 BEDROOM 2 BATH properties! Owner too old wishto Light $64 five days. Vlbra q .

miss this one. Aetna Realty NEW HOME retire. Sacrifice for quick Cloud Inc. 20WestwardDrive. Apply Employment Office INAMEIADDRESS III

(Broker), 811 NW 54th St., (Now under construction) sale. Atlantic and Pacific 8:30 a.m. Rear. 5300 NW 36th Street III III

phone: 757-5724, open 7 days. For large family,lovely home. Realtors. 666-0411. 9.11:30 l:30-3:30p.m.. ;
Nice features. Price $19,500. ((1)) 3 units $1000 cash down Beauty operator wanted. Call Monday through FridayAn

110 NW 85th Street brand 10% down payment. Drive by payment $100 month, income 691-9392. (May 9)) Equal Opportunity CITY I

newl Corner, 3 bedroom, 2 ,1755 NW 55th Street.Then call $200 month. Total price Employer
1 STATE ZIP
for Information.Fenster MEN AND WOMEN. Office A Plan for I I
bath, Florida room, garage, us $8500. Progress Company t
.
..
cleaning and floor main- tte ttls ttl.tt..>r. "-INII Is>II..w e.
central heat and air, total Realty, Broker 759-8779. ((2)) 2 buildings$1000 cash down .
-- -
tenance. Parttime and full-
price $24,900 terms. Aetna payment $100 month income
811 NW 54th FHA down. $88.52 month time. Call 758-1191. Ask for
Realty (Broker), $400 $190 month total price $7500

St., phone: 757-5724, open 7 3020 NW 162nd St. Modern 3 ((3) 4 units $2500 cash down Mays.

days. bedroom, CBS 2 air conditioners payment $225 month income
75 x 100 fenced yard.Near $450 month. Three barbers to start work

CHURCH 1 I I PROPERTY schools shopping and bus Tu- immediately; good businessand

Large area 125 x 143 suitablefor bin Realty, 7906 NW 7th Ave. FOR RENT good pay. $.7 5 out of every

church. Large home on lot phone: 691-4785. $1.00.
at present but can be converted Room for settled man or woman DAVE'S ARTISTIC BARBER SERVICEFIRSTINSURANCE

for church use must be CAROL CITY in private home 1521 NW SHOP AGENCY

seen to appreciate on NW 70th 4 bedrooms, 3 baths, modern t 67th Street. 1090 NW 62nd Street

St. near 7th Avenue. May be kitchen with appliances.Large Phone: 7599314May .

s purchased through FHA. fenced yard. Near everything. $19 week. 1 bedroom unfur- ( 9) i

Excellent deal. Call Jean FHA $800 down $145 month nished apartment. Free water JIM LEVENSON, Own r Phone) 635.7507

Fenster for appointment to pays all. Tobin Realty, 7906 and gas. 6041 NW 24th Avenue Man to go with salesman.

show. Fenster Realty, Broker NW 7th Ave. Phone: 691-4785. $1.75 an hour. Ph: 448-8054 I

759-8779. Room for man only. 784 NW between 8 and 9 a.m. or 9 to I r AGENT WANTED
,
GOOD INCOME FT. LAUDERDALE 56th St. $12 week. 759-0062. 10 p.m. ,

PROPERTY 3 bedrooms, 1 1/2 bath mod- i IN SOUTH DADEThe
ern kitchen, central air con- Room for nice, clean, Intelligent -
17 UNITS ALL FURNISHED I
ditioning and heating FFA$600 person. 685-5356. WANTEDSix
Miami Times needs a Circulation Manager tol.rVICf
This is a chance to give yourself ladies with cars who could !
down. $135 month all.
pays the South Dade from Coconut Grove
ood income area
a g oppor- Room. Quiet and reasonablerent. use $50 to $75 a week. No soliciting -
Tobin Realty 7906 NW 7th j
tunity. Take advantage of this City. Route could be handled Thursday
Ave. Phone 691-4785. Middle age man only. or delivering. For
Friday mornii This isa fast
or
excellent investment of these g. g row-
personnel Interview call
Prefer one that works during 624j j
offers
18 units. One mortgage. Callus great potential.
1466 days. 624-0537
$79 MONTH PAYS ALL day. 759-3360. evening.
for all details. Fenster Drive by 2281 NW 93rd St. (May 2)) CALL MRS. DAVIS, 691-0421

Realty, Broker, 759-8779. Truly a nice home, only $8- Efficiency for quiet working i J

000 total $250 down FHA. You middle age man. Conveniently rlM 71s1lK>3GCHreJKK9KK aK!! _' ''
3 BEDROOM 2 BATH
must see inside toappreicate.A. located. Reasonable price.
"No qualifying" this 4 years BenKorIRealtorsanytime 2 weeks advance. To see call
young beautiful home includ- Brand New
759-2425. NE 5-4805. *.< TtCM > TO YOU. No
ing drapes, awnings, wall to

wall carpet, built in oven and > * EDISON AREA Room for middle age workingman
extras.Take !Ml uwnti> Vacuum
range, plus many Cleaner
Drive by 7020 NW 3rd Avenueno only. $83rd St. NW 18th
over present mortgage.$4,000 ( sign) nice 2 bedroom CBS Ave. Call 635-5964 after 5pm .
down Excellent
payment. 5 Service Guaranteep
large Florida porch carport yr.
terms Drive by 1059 NW 73rd SPECIAL PRICE
,
$14,500 total, FHA, $450 down For rent furnished two room ,
St. then call Fenster Realty
Broker 759-8779. $100 vets,$118 per month pays apartment for working single HELP WANTED 50

all. A. Ben-Korl Realtor,any- lady only near Grandway and BUSBOYS

time J9-2425.. busses. 757-8228
MANSION AND INCOME and

3 bedroom, 2 bath, plus sep- MISCELLANEOUSPrivate
3 BEDROOM 2 BATHS DISHWASHERSFor
arate 1 bedroom apartment. Drive by 1036 NW 75th St. (no Spanish classes. Be .'7 If. hose Free Hem D mon 4 car garage. Many extras. with the Day and Night Shift
power. Bebl-langual. : tool I
signs) this is a well kept home, URug. No Obligation easy terms
Worth $55,000. Price now Call attachment
rental Mr. Clitis at 635-4096 Need not be experiencedAlert .
plus a cottage, what a Ext. wand
i $36,000 $8,000 down. Must after 6
p.m. Good w
people. .
bargain with rental young Crevice tool
you pay
seer! Broker 693-2631. CALL625J26IABBEY
( )
only $66 per month, $900 chances for advancement.
'
down, $500 vets, $19,000 total DRAPERIEStaken Year round work. Parking DOMESTIC 15982 N. W. 27th Avenue
1300 NW 96th Street Gorgeous FHA, A. Ben-Kori Realtor, down, cleaned, decorator space available. Liberal
3 bedrooms, 2 baths,car- anytime 759-2425. folded and rehung.Drapery fringe benefits.
; port, built-in modern kitchen, rods installed. LUSTRA/

central heat,nice corner,ask- TONE DRAPERY SERVICE. Juniors
DUPLEX CUSTOM BUILT
1 Permanent Positions Open
ing $23,000 terms. Aetna 887-8022
Drive by 4525 NW 19th Ave-
.Realty (broker), 811 NW 54th RESTAURANTSApply
,
nue (corner of 46th St.)this has Male And Female
St. Phone: 757-5724. CHILDCARE 1150 S. Dixie
High
extra features you must see,
lovely oak floors, 2 bedroomon way, Coral Gables, -across HOUSEKEEPING MAID
1250 NW 91st Street CBS, Excellent infant in
side 1 bedroom other. care my from the University of Miami KITCHEN STAFF
r 2 bedroom, 1 bath, Fla.room, home five days a week. 633-
campus.
Extra Plus
large carport.
tile roof, oak floors, central 4330. (Apr. 25)) AIDES AND ORDERLIESRNs
large utility room. $22,000
heat, garage, yard completely' and LPNs
total. $14,000 down, Vets$800
fenced. Drive by, then call A. Ben-Kori Realtors, any- work in a modem odor free North Miami nursing -
Aetna RealtyBroker( ), 811 NW MALE LAUNDRY HELP
time 759-2425. home. Liberal and
insurance vacation.
54th Street. Phone: 757-5724.
Good
extractor operators.
Loaders, pullers, benefits.

2911 NW 161st St. CBS, 3 SOUTH MIAMI EXECUTIVEA wages. Production bonus. Excellent company

bedroom, 1 bath FHA $13- real honey with 3 bedrooms, benefits. Paid vacation. Permanent lob. Must Chai Convalescent HOME)

400, $93.80 monthly, stove, paneled den, 2 baths, paneled be 18 or over. Apply In mornings. No phone

refrigerator, awnings. This family room with fireplace, calls please. Ask for Mr. Findley, National 13650 NE 3rd Court, N. Miami

one will go fast, call: Aetna fireplace in living area too. Linen Service, 1950 NW 1st Avenue. Phone
Realty (Broker), 811 NW 54th Asking $27,500 will take offer! : 758-4401

Street (boo* 757-5724. Broker. 445-8637., .
1'1:1"'
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THE MIAMI TIMES, Friday, April 18, 1969 31
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I Teens Walk To Feed Hunger I I Ithe


A group of local teenagersare support of many local dignitaries for each mile a person walks, ings. The other half of the marily for sore feet. The true
currently working on a and businessmen, the someone will pay him a cer- money will go to an overseas satisfaction comes however
project which they hope will walk is planned over a thirty tain amount which will be usedon project in conjunction with the when you complete the entire
once again prove to the com- mile route on Saturday, May the predetermined pro- Peace Corps. We will providethe thirty miles and the next day I
munity and the nation that Mi- 10. jects. People!, with multiple money for building'ma- your sponsors gladly reward
ami teens know where it's Local governments under sponsors, and someone spon- terials for an elementaryschool your efforts.
really at. Called a "Walk For the direction of their mayorsare soring more then one personare while the foreign county
Development," it is a pro- helping to support the welcome,and in past walks provides the labor and loca- HELP WANTED
ject to raise money to help walk. Mayor Steve Clarke of there have been those who have tion. Native as well as Peace SALADSANDWICHAnd
alleviate hunger and ignoranceboth Miami, Mayor Jerry Dresselof collected up to twenty dollarsof Corps teachers will then use
here in Miami and in the Coral Gables, Mayor deductable contributionsper the school. There will be as GRILLMENMust
rest of the world.Sponsored Jerome Block of South Miami, mile. many stores open and schools be 'experienced. Year
Y a1.k w, k y and Mayor Chuck Hall of Metro built as we have money for. round work, liberal fringe
by the American have all personally lent their The projects sleected are No one is forced to walk the benefits. Good chance for
11 Freedom From Hunger Foundation approval to this worthwhile both local and international in entire distance and there are advancement. Parking
Little Miss Valery Denise a national non-profit project. With the cooperationand scope. In Miami,with approxi- checkpoints set up along the available.
Roberts, daughter of Mr. and organization in Washington, guidance of local police- mately half of the money raised route to record the mileage space
Mrs. Ronald Roberts was the D. C., the local group is well men, a route has been selected -- a number of non-profit of each walker. The check- Juniors
winner in a popularity contest on its to the grocery stores will be open-
way planning which will begin and end at points will be manned from
March 25, given in honor of largest walk to date. With the the Orange Bowl and will pass ed In conjunction with the EOPIin adults from local civic and social RESTAURANTSCall
the president of the State ste- encouragement of former virtually every economic faction the areas of the county which clubs. Refreshments will 758.7616 for place of
wardess Board of the Churchof President Harry S. tru- in the county. are plagued with high pricesand be provided and the Red Cross employment.
God in Christ. Other participants man, honorary chairman of The young people will an Income that averages will provide first-aid, pri
below the poverty level. Once ......,
in the contest were the foundation; experience march, but much support is --
Kimberly Denise Henderson, gained in past walks in citiesas needed from the adults in the established, they will be run
Edna Jones, Shirley Marshall, Austin, Texas, San Diego, community. Before the walk, from the small profit but
and Schawanee E. Lee. Each California, and recently in each marcher is repsonsiblefor earnings above these will be
was awarded a prize. Hollywood, Florida; and with securing pledges. That is, used to pass a greater sa v- 1969 WAREHOUSE AllTHOUSANDS


OF SHEETS OF WALL PANELING

F. : HUNDREDS OF SOLID DECORATOR DOORS


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wga-, I Iw x.tl REV. LENA MAE SALE NEW SOLID DOORS
CAUSEY
World's Best Known
Spiritual Advisor fQ] : i
invite s you the public to ,
to come or write for your rnnr;
help. She warns you not
to worry about the strikes. It !i I IUJ !'
With thehelp of her hut- .1

k ;f M hand, Brother Isaac 11.-1. .
I f a Causey who is expectedto
.....
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be here in the near I" ''!
future. Assisting Pastor [yLJ) : ]I

of' the said traveling
Unity Vineyard Spiritual
YOUTH FOR CHRIST EMPHASIS DAY Church. In God, we the

The young people of Mt. Sinai Baptist Church cordially invite all com- two can do great serviceto

munity youth to participate in the activities of "Youth for Christ'Emphasis something your needs.great.I Com have MIDWEST PLYWOOD CO\

Day" on Sunday, April 20 at 4 p.m.-Come and loin in the hymn singing April 17 thru July 28.
prayers and testimonies. This is a great opportunity for Christian youth in- 1027 NW 55th Street 3802 NW 32 AVE. 6331589ON

volvement. Come to Mt. Sinai Baptist Church, 698 NW 47th Terrace, Rev. Miami, Florida

Cleo Albury, Jr., pastor



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