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Metro Stalls Over Carroll SubMetro



Commissioners con- The commissioners met on log Appeals Board.

tinued Wednesday to play Monday to name the replace- Raymond Fordyce, Miami
games over the appointment of ment but instead of settling on Springs councilman who Car-
an interim commissionerto one name they came up with roll beat in last May's runoff.
fill the vacancy left by the three nominees: The nomination of ordyce

suspension of Earl Carroll. Joseph J. portier, local was a surprise to the black TEMPORA MUTANTUR ET NOS MUTAMUR IN ILLB 15 The commissioners inde- pharmacist and co-owner with community because they had t
cision is causing skepticismin Samuel Johnson of the Econo- thought the commission would Vol. 46, No. 35 MIAMI, FLORIDA FRIDAY: APRIL 25, 1969
the black community with my Drug Store chain. keep the seat black Mayor - --

many wondering if a camouflaged Neal Adams, Brownsville Chuck Hall and Vice Mayor
move is a foot to placea grocer and civic leader who Ben Sheppard supported 7 Black Studen.sted

white man in the seat. at present serves on the Zon- Fordyce.
Commissioners Earl :

'" Harold Starnes ,Greene Tom united O'Malley behind and Tl'a (

Poitier, but were unable to For Desecrating'{ g

attract the other two votes
8JOSEPH 4 P ,f! necessary to elect him to the The FBI announced the ar- ficials. Everett, 20,-of 1421 NW 53rd

seat vacated when Gov.' Claude rest Wednesday of seven stu- The flag was trampled after St.; Laverne Ferguson, 20, of
Kirk suspended Carroll fol- dents or former students ofMiamiDade being torn down as angry black 5700 Mayo St., Hollywood; ti
lowing his Indictment on Junior College on students protested the expul- James C. Jones, 21, of 14280
charges he solicited a bribe.A charges of violating the new sion of one student and the sus- NW 23rd Ct., Marvin Smith, ,
weekend caucus of black federal law against desecra- pension of another. The UBS 23, 2361 NW 280th St., and
leaders met to unify on a tion of the American flag. has denied that Its members Eugene Sweeting, 22, of 15771
choice to fill the vacancy. Mi- They were charged with were responsible for the flag NW 18th Ct., Opa-locka.
ami Times Editor Garth C. tearing down a flag during a incident. All those arrested were released -
Reeves was first choice of the demonstration at the Junior Those arrested were listedas in $1,000 recognizancebond.

group but he lived outside tho college north campus April 16 : If convicted, they could ,
district boundary which stopsat when the United Black Stu- Avinie Bates, 20, of 2150 draw $1,000 fines, a year In \
54th St.Poltler, dents protested disciplinary NW 69th Lane; Billy Cowins, prison or both under the new :
IE- and Adams were the action taken by school of- 23,1718 NW 53rd St.; Ulysses law. s
. PO NEAL ADAMS next choices The group \
\
thought the black community


2 Million Poor To board should seat not,for give thus a temporary,up making the zoning Poi-appointment Jackie Robinson To Highlight Youth ::1


ter their No. 1 choice.

Commissioners Hardy Human Relations Seminar
Pay No Income Tax Matheson and Alex Gordon

were not present at the Mon- The youth of Dade Countywill Istration. i

day meeting. Fivevotes are be taking a look at human
President Nixon: who has would be tightened or elimi- necessary to get the seat. relations problems as they The Dade County Youth ;
been billed as no friend of the nated through these pro- This thinking was later reversed apply to youth at school and In Council is sponsored by the \

poor, unveiled a tax reform visions: when it was learned the community. Jackie Robinson United Fund and the National
bill this week that had more Tax exempt organizationsand that Adams could probablytake will set the tempo for the Conference of Christians and
than two million of the nation's foundations would be placed leave from the ZAB, and day long seminar when he de-. Jews, who encourage the group y
poor singing his praises. under much stricter sur- promised to serve if chosen livers the major address at 9 to become involved in civic affairs. -

The unexpected move by the veillance. regardless of the ruling. a.m. May 2 at Temple Israel. a P k "Thegroupswillalso
Nixon administration will Businesses which splinterinto At Wednesday's meeting it The one day Institute will be have an opportunity to ask \I
eliminate well over a million smaller units in order to seemed Poitier and Adams had attended by an estimated 300- questions of an adult panel "
low-income people from thee take credit for the tax breakon three votes each and Fordyce 500 youth from public and private made up of some of the com-

income tax rolls -- and it will the first $25,000 of cor- one. Mayor Hall was absent' schools of the area. The munity resource persons such. ,t
{ only cost the government a porate Income would be curb-. from "meeting. event is sponsored by The, as Bob Simms of the Communi'r
Relations Board Wil- ,
The commlssi ners'said'they Council ity ; T.
mere $700 million ed. Dade County Youth ,
The tax reform proposals "Tax farmers," those peo- will make a final decisionat who approached the school ad- lard Fair, Urban League;WilLiam .'i

would make some people pay ple who use farm ownership to a meeting next Thursday, ministration, and received Aramony, United Fund, "
more, some pay less and create tax losses, will have May 1. May 8 Is the deadlinefor their enthusiastic support for and others. A master recorder -
eliminate certain ,loopholes tougher rules on their oper- the filling of the post. the Applied Human Relations will report on the findingsof
the workshop and at the end
presently existing in the tax ations. Seminar.
of the seminar there will be
laws. More taxes would be paid The program for the day Includes JACKIE ROBINSON
another address, this cne by
fewer taxes wouldbe workshops in small
Paying by: OVER TOP will lations as well as communi- Donald Mcevoy of the national
: The wealthy,who would have OIC ; groups where the students
office of the National Confer-
Lower-income people, two to pay what amounts to a discuss problems related to cations and relations betweenthe
million of whom would bene- minimum income tax," cutting race relations, inter-faith re- students and school admin- ence of Christians and Jews.

fit from a provision which their present loopholes in half. $5,170 RAISEDCitizens

would enable them to escape Investors, who would pay ,
taxation entirely. more through immediate repeal of Dade County's Model Cities Deputy Director fo SpeakHON. I
Most people through a 50 of the investment tax black community expressedtheir

per cent cut in the 10 percenttax credit which allows businessto belief in the concept of Model Cities Deputy Direc- p.m. in the auditorium of the Church. During this period,he

surcharge, which would be charge seven per cent ol OIC (Opportunities Indus- tor, the Honorable John A. Charles R. Drew Jr. High also served as Executive Secretary t'
effective next January 1. the cost of new plants and trialization Centers) on Sun- Buggs will speak, May 7th 8 School, 1801 NW 60th Street. of the Marion County,
Some present tax loopholes equipment to the government. day, April 20, by contributinga Mr. Buggs was appointed Florida branch of the National I
total of 517086.
Deputy Director of the Model Association for the Advance- "
OIC was initiated in Dade
Cities Administration, U, S. ment of Colored People. Sev-
County under the auspices of Department of Housing and eral years before the 1954
Court Kills WelfareRequirement the United Black Federation. Urban Development March Supreme Court decision
The members of OIC will makea
I 1967. ordering the desegregation of .
presentation on Thursday,
In his present post, Mr. schools, Mr. Buggs serv-
April 24, to the board of the
4 Buggs is second In command ed as co-chairman of the
Greater Miami Coalition. The
9f the Model Cities Program, Florida State Committee on
assistance of the coalition Is
which is designed to improvethe School Integration. ,
being requested to raise addi-
quality of life of residentsof Mr. Buggs moved to Los
A U. S. Supreme Court decision because of residency require- tional funds for implumen- neighborhoods in selected Angeles I with his family in
on Monday struck downa ments, and could cost between tation of OIC in DadeCounty.The cities throughout the nation 1951. For a period, he was
rule used by states impos- $125 million and$175 million objective of OIC is to through concerted action on editor of one of the local com- /.
residency requirement According to the Health, provide, employment oppor- 1951-
ing a one-year social, economic, and physical munity papers. From
tunities for the
underemployed
before needy per- Education and Welfare De- problems, using a varietyof 1954, he worked for Los An-
obtain welfare partment, 38 states and the of Dade County, people who Social Case
sons can pay Federal and local, public geles County as a
ments. District of Columbia have are presently employed but and private programs. Worker, and later as a Deputy ,
who are not making sufficient .
The far-reaching ruling residency requirements on the John A. Buggs is a nativeof Probation Officer. In 1954, he '
incomes to support their families JOHN A. BUGGS
struck down as an unconsti- books. Brunswick, Georgia. He was appointed as executive director "
Second In Command
.
tutional barrier to the right of The Office of Economic Opportunity graduated from high school in of the County of Los ,.
free travel the one-year eligibility (OEO), whose law- 1933 and attended Dillard University Angeles Commission on ;',

rule in Pennsylvania,the yers at the local level initiated New Orleans, Louisiana. Human Relations. )
District of Columbia and Connecticut many of the residency challenges Racism In Education"Racism In 1939 he received his In Match 1967 Mr. Buggs .

The decision is expected has estimated that the Bachelor of Arts degree in was appointed Deputy Direc-

to holdup in other low- ruling would require the payment in Education" will Against Racism"; Mrs. Al- History. He then} went to Fisk tor of the Model Cities Ad-

er courts. of an additional$140 mil be the theme of a conferenceof bertha Lingo, mother of Eddie University, Nashville, Tenne- ministration, U. S. Depart-
lion t 0 $200 million a year to ment of Housing and Urban
where he his M.A.
see won
The main thrust of the more than 100,000 applicants. the American Federation of Lingo, Miami Central athlete, .
will apply to Aid to federal would Teachers, AFL-CIO, to beheld whose topic will be"Civil Lib- degree In Sociology. Development.The
ruling The government is to the
Families with Dependent In Orlando this Saturday, erties in Expelling Students"; After a year of teaching meeting open
about half the Increased
Is admis-
pay and there no
Children (AFDC) but allied April 26 at the Park Plaza and Mrs. Mary Benjamin, cial Science inanAlabamaHigh public
benefits OEO said.
School he was appointed sion charge. The programingis
whose
such as Old Age Assistance Hotel. from West palm Beach, ,
programs and Help for the Blind In the majority opinion, David Selden, national topic will be "The Palm director of Fessenden sponsored by James E.Scott ;

and Disabled also will feel the Brennan said the one-year president of the AFT, will be Beach Student Boycott". Academy In Marion County, Community Assn. a 'United .' ;''!
Impact. waiting period laws violate the principal speaker. Leaders from AFT locals Florida, a boarding high Fund Agency, Model Cities .
The Social and Rehabilitation the constitutional pro- Other speakers will include throughout the state will discuss school and Technical arts institute Governing Board, EOPI, Lib- "I

Service said the court rul- tection" provisions, and infringe T. Willard Fair, executive problems involving the operated as an experi- erty City Community Coun-
ing could affect between 100-, on the right of Ameri- rector, Greater Miami Urban lack of an integrated curriculum mental institution by the cil, University of Miami,Cen-
000 and 200,000 persons who cans to travel freely across League, whose topic will be integrated facultiesand ,American Missionary Association ter for Urban Affairs and the

are not eligible for welfare state lines. "Teacher-Community Action integrated student bodies,. of the Congregational Urban League.



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2 THE MIAMI TIMES Friday, April 25, 1969 '';' -,



I I Wilkins Warns Of "Peril" In Apathy On ace I l\ft sIsue eV h ._.A_ J I

white segregaUO lSUS." news:: um OA p BIIS aanale
WASHINGTON The Nixon squelch firm and stern action party to adequate remedial action complaints of the disaffected that of finallyaddressing sports, theatre, real estate,
Administration can "soft- with the blanket of 'harass- by government on the students are real but that And foremost editors, music, fashions, banking and
pedal" enforcement of anti- ment'? . problems presented." He cit- most of the clamor is "es- America's bluntly that,on finance .' . In this setting it
bias job legislation "only at "All the presidential encouragement ed Senator Everett Dirksen's capism." These students want he charged whole the media cannotbe is little wonder that an individual -
our peril," Roy Wilkin, exe- of assistance to threatening remarks to Clif- "to avoid the hard fight stud- the for their handlingof unheard of yesterday,
cutive director of the National Negro entrepreneurs and all ford L. Alexander, chairmanof ded with tough standards and praised story. There have becomes today a "black lead-
Association for the Advance- the good work of the National the Equal Employment Opportunity road-markers. They want the the notable race exceptions and, er" solely by reason of his

ment of Colored People, told Alliance of Businessmen will Commission, duringa familiar and comfortableblack been certainly in the aggregate, the raucous voice, his disdain of
some 400 of the nation's lead- be only marginally helpful If Senate committee hearing. relevance of their ghetto needs and the issueshavebeen all amenities and,perhaps,his
at a conference government is not to have a existence. That this stunted
ing newspapermen to the attention of the profanity or obscenity. The
of the American So- strongly enforced policy on If continuing discriminationand growth behind ghetto walls has brought But of perspectivethere miniscule following of the
ciety of Newspaper Editors, employment discrimination," segregation in employment been insufficient and has public.has been little. trumpeteer is projected as an
here Wednesday, April 16. the NAACP leader added. and education are to be crippled them for open com- with striking and Important segment, If not the
"Unemployment In the Ne- Mr. Wilkins acknowledged halted, the Administration will petition in the world of men refreshing"Again, exceptions challenging one, of the Negro
gro minority is from two to President Nixon's "personal have to be "convinced of the Is rationalized with the mum- manhandles racial population.
staff
four times the national rate commitment on the basic Issueof necessity for new and nontraditional bo-Jumbo litany that rivals handy

among all unemployed," he non-discrimination as to efforts to restore the
said. "In particular areas It Is race and religion." But, he nation to a freedom course,"
greater. The rate for Negro said, Negroes are dismayed by the NAACP leader told the

teenagers ranges as high as the Administration's"concept newsmen. k'' '
30 per cent. With these statis- of the proper pace." More- a = Y 6 6Y 6r
tics and with complaints of law over, "doubt does enter as to Turning to the demand for r
violations fattening the files, the commitment of important black separatism on the cam-
is the Nixon Administration elements of the Republican pus, he said that some of the Y ti ter.



I Powell Beats Jail Term


NEW YORK A possible turned last Thursday by the court orders were servedon
90-day criminal contempt Appellate Division of the State his lawyer, but not to him.
I sentence against Rep. Adam Supreme Court. Powell's court troubles
Clayton Powell was over- The court, however, found stemmed from a 1960 tele-
Powell guilty of civil con- vision broadcast in which he !4r
tempt, an offense subject to a described Mrs. Esther James, '
First; BlackEpiscopal $250 fine. a Harlem widow, as a "bag '
The appeals court ruled that woman," or go-between for T '.
Dean court orders resulting in the gamblers and corrupt police. ? r r
conviction of the 61-year-old Mrs. James won a jury ver- 1 f
Harlem congressman and dict for defamation. Powell '
NEWARK, N.Y. Canon
D11 lard Robinson will be Installed minister were never per- eventually paid$56,000to '
sonally served on him. The settle the award.
May 24 as the first
court upheld Powell's chal- The in }
subpeona question t
black priest to become dean
lenge to the service of the directed him _
sub- ; to appear for a
of a cathedral in the nation's _
3.5 million-member Episcopal poena. financial examination. It was
Church Powell had,argued that the issued March 27, 1964.

Robinson, 34, took over administration -
of Trinity Episcopal Adam Powell's Son SEVEN SPINGARN MEDAL WINNERSMrs.
Cathedral last week following -
his election to the postat To Wed Socialite J. E. Spingarn, seated widow ,of the donor of the Spingarn Medal,

a meeting of the cathedral - - - - - - surrounded by seven distinguished recipients of this coveted award at luncheon

chapter. honoring Sammy Davis Jr. 53rd medalist in New York City March 30 1969.
LOCUST VALLEY N. Y.- nounced Monday her daughter, ,
Adam Clayton Powell in, son Beryl G. Slocum, and young From left: Roy Wilkins, 1964, John H. Johnson, 1966; Robert C. Weaver, 1962;

of Rep. Adam Clayton Powell Powell would wed in Washington Mrs. Mabel Keaton Staupers, 1951; Kenneth B. Clark, 1961; Miss Leontyne
Jr. and pianist Hazel Scott, Is at the end of May. Miss
Price, 1965; and Mr. Davis, 1968. (Layne photo).
to marry a white woman whose Slocum, 26, is a Radcliffe
J tAij ancestry traces back to the graduate and poetess. Powell,
Mayflower.Mrs. 22, is a producer in the news
John J. Slocum an- department of WCBS-TV.
Miami NorthwesternAdult



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Announces the opening of the summer school. Adults may earn their
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Registration for all classes only $2.0'0\) for the classes.

BroadcastingCorporation

The summer term is held from April 28


through August 8, 1969
Mr. Leroy T. Miller who has
been appointed Manager of Re-
search for the Corporation for
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York City. Mr. Miller will develop -

and supervise audienceand General Adult Education Business
program research designed -
to make the public braod- English M-W, T-T Education
Am. History M-W
cast media more responsiveto
U. S. Government M-W
the public. Mathematics M-W Typing M-W, T-T
Mr. Miller is the son of Mrs. General Science T-T Shorthand M-W
Ida Miller of 1038 NW 34th St.
and a graduate of Booker T. Trade And Industrial
Home
Washington High School. EconomicsAuto

Mr. Miller,44,was formerly Body Repair and Refinishing
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THE MIAMI TIMES, Friday!, April. 25,1969. ,., 3'I I,
.HUMlinimiiiMiiii IIMI i i in J *****
Miami Employers To Hire And Train 166

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Hard-Core JoblessMiami


is one of six east Businessmen to find Jobs for of $1.90 an hour, working up centrated Employment, Pro-
coast cities where disadvan- '614,000 disadvantaged Jobless to an average of$3.00 an hour gram agency in the cities.
taged, hard-core Jobless will persons in the Nation's 125 at the end of the year.A .
be hired and trained by a con- largest cities by June 1971. Companies In the consortium -
sortium of seven companies year of supportive ser- are AAM Leather-
The consortium
will
under the Job Opportunities in conductthe vices will be provided each lines, Inc.;Duralab Equipment
hiring in the fol-
the programs new employee under the contract Corp Excellent Bag Corp
Business Sector (JOBS) lowing cities, in addition to ; ;
program, William U. Nor- Miami Baltimore with402 provided by American Mlcamatix Corp; Nedicks New
wood, regional manpower ad-. trainees Boston 114 Learning Systems of Educa- York Bottling Corp.; Yoo Hoo
New
; ,
; tional Sciences Programs (ICompany Inc.and
ministrator Beverage ,
U. S.Departmentof York
756
; Newark, 303; and Inc. in each serviceswill
Labor, announced today. Philadelphia, 214. city.The New York American Beverage
The U. S. Department of Include remedial and Company, Inc. All are New ai
Labor has allocated $6- More than 40 different sup- basic education, Job coaching, York City based companies
675,310 for the two-year con- ervisory, skilled, and service sensitivity training, counsel- with subsidiaries affiliates In
tract with Manpower train- occupations will be taught on Ing, and work orientation. the other,five cities
ing Consortium, Inc., of New the Job for ,training periods Other services will include Among the labor organiza-
York City in the Jobs Pro- ranging from 13 to 23 weeks. minor medical care, trans- tions representing employeesin
Some of the Jobs include sales portation where needed and
gram, according to Secretaryof these firms are the Fur-
and sales managerial posi- general aid to keep the disadvantaged
Labor George P. Shultz. A niture Workers of America,
total of 2,000 disadvantaged tions, truck driver, clerical, employee on the International Brotherhood of ,
jobless persons will be train- machine operator and production Job.The Teamsters, and Pocketbook
ed, with Miami employers worker, pocketbook maker new workers will be selected Workers Union.
ceiving $568,128 to train 166. display man, and arc wel-
the
by local state em- Principal contact for the
The Jobs program is a Joint der.The ployment service offices and program Is Dr. Gilbert Weis- CHAMBER'S LABOR CONTRACT
effort of the Labor Departmentand new workers will be certified as "disadvantaged," man, 229 Park Avenue South, CLIMAXES FOUR MONTHS WORKA
the National Alliance of paid an average starting wage or recruited through the Con- New York, NY. 10003. _
signed MA-4 contract with the Department of

Labor resulted from an intensive Chamber of Commerce

Former SBA Director Assails Small' effort to help Dade employers prepare the
hard core unemployed and disadvantaged for mean.

ingful jobs. Here Charles L. Clements, Jr., (right,
Business AdministrationHoward seated) Chairman of the Chamber's Community Affairs

Action Committee, reviews provisions of the

B. Samuels,former tenure, his administration The seminar was held for new town development in North contract with Tom Greening, Assistant to William
Director of Small Businesses loaned over $110 million to aid the purpose of exposing the Carolina where all people will Norwood, Jr., Regional Manpower' Administrator,
Administration, stated In his black businessmen. The Nixon business community to the have an opportunity for home Atlanta, who signed for the Department of Labor.
address as guest speaker to a Administration since assum- challange and opportunities of and b u s i n e s s ownershipandselfdetermination
Looking on are Lester Freeman Executive
Black Economic Seminar ing direction has reduced! this Black capitalism and Black, declared ,
sponsored Jointly by Floyd B. amount to $80 million. economic development Floyd B. McKissick, presi- Director of the Greater Miami Chamber of Commerce,
McKissick Enterprises, Inc. He said, "I left a blueprint throughout the United States, dent, in his address to the attending and also Metro Director of the NationaLAllianceof
and Columbia University plan for the Nixon Administration as well as to discuss the prob- delegates.The Businessmen; and Sam Rogers, Staff Assistant in
Graduate School of Business at on how to organize lems of Black capitalism, finance seminar which was the NAB Metro office.
Uris Hall April 18 and 19 that American business. Paterna- and the white financial well represented by busi-
when he assumed the positionof lism Is dead and the black peo- community. Since the conceptof nesses and Industries Eighteen Dade County employers committed
SBA Director, he found the ple must do It alone. Black Black Capitalism was established throughout the country, was 361 job offers to the Chamber "consortium" aspartof
agency badly managed and almost economic power must be developed as a different ap- hailed a success by Dr., the 1969 JOBS drive of the National Alliance of
impossible to overcomethe without the status quo proach to solving Black pov- Courtney Brown, Dean of the Businessmen. Recruits for these job openings will
red tape and political Interference thinking. A business needs erty In the United States,there Columbia Business School. be given pre-vocational and motivational trainingin
to operate it as it catalytic leadership In Wash have been only tokenadvancesfor Plans to hold another seminarin
the "hire train and retrain"
should be. ington as the present succes Black Americans to be- July are now under way. program.
He further stated that loans sor is unimpressive. SBA has come a part of the eco omlc
'
to minority groups were at a the tools but they are not being mainstream of this country.
low ebb and that during hisHardCore properly utilized" Some of the reasons why FOR THE FINEST HOUSING ACCOMMODATIONSAT
blacks have not made major
I Stay On JobA advances In economic development MODERATE RATES-CALL h -

study of thehard-coreun- same period, the Labor De- are: (a) Lack of .
employed hired by General partment reports.The skills in business management .
Motors over an eight-month Labor Department reports (b) Inability to obtain BONDED ,
period showed that their rate that many companies adequate financial assistance
i'
of retention on the Job was which once shied away from from banks, insurance firms
virtually the same as for all hiring the disadvantaged have and venture capital corporations RENTAL
other employees. Of the found (that these workers,after In addition to these
21,706 disadvantaged persons special training, often are problems is the overall prob-
hired, 67.6 percent stayed on more productive than workers lem of racism which pervadesthe
the Job This compares to 67.9 trained in the conventional business community. AGENCYV
percent for other workers manner. Soul City, a project of Mc- .
added to the payroll during the Kissick Enterprises, Inc., is a
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: 6530NW 15th Aye., Miami, Flo. 33147-Phone' : 691.042 by Whitney M. Young Jr. By Booker T. Hayes

H. E. SIGISMUND REEVES, ditor and Publisher

GARTH C. REEVES, Managing Editor w._. ,... _. .. Executive Director National Urban League An Assessment Of YouthWhen
STANLEY I. (WE'STING, Theatrical Editor

National Advertising Representative Making Murder Illegal I hear adults putting-down all teenagers, It is obviousto
Amalgamated Publishers, I Inc.: 'me that they and others like them are responsible for what

310 Madison Avenue New York, N. Y. 10017 1968 was a landmark year in the history of American jus- we now call the generation gap. This assessment may seem
Member of the National Newspaper Publishers Association tice it the first that executed by the, unfair to some, but close scrutiny will prove that the opinions
-- was year no person was
2400 S. Michigan Avenue Chicago, III. 60616 state. expressed by these people are not based on personal confron

SUBSCRIPTION RATES tation. In the few Instances where this is not true, the opin
The fight against the legal murder that is the death penaltyhas
ONE YEAR 55.00 SIX MONTHS $3.00 FOREIGN $6.00 been carried to the Supreme Court, and the fate of 467 ions are formed from one encounter or Incident where the appraiser .

Entered as Second Class Matter, August 9, 1927 at the Post persons in death rows in the prisons of America depends on was not able totake chargeof the situation. Today's
Office at Miami, Florida, under the act of March 8, 1876 its decision. teenagers represent a new breed. In some the quest for know

"CREDO OF THE NEGRO PRESS"The The Court is being asked to decide that the death penalty ledge and answers is so great, Intelligence Is given a higher

NEGRO PRESS believes that America can best lead constitutes unconstitutional and unusual punishment", priority than wealth.In .
the world from racial and notional antagonism when It accordsto and that it violates the rights of accused persons by allowing my opinion the generation gap is a creation of the dif-
and every man regardless of his rocel fearing creed or color his human juries to impose the death sentence without rigid standardsfor ferences in times past and present. Most of the older gener-
legal rights. Hating no no man the Negro
Press strives to help every man in the firm belief that all men its use, and by deciding guilt and punishment at the same ation have developed a mental barrier between themselves and
are hurt as long as anyone Is held bock. time. the days of their youth. They have done this in an effort to

...--- There is no way that a civilized society can condone the forget what for many of them was an ordeal, rather than some-

United Fund Should Support death penalty, a barbaric custom that makes the state a legal thing to reminisce over. They have been so thorough in their
murderer and legitimizes violence. blackout, the few moments of significance have also vanished.
Because of this, they are unable to launch a mental adventureinto
EOPI Legal Services ProgramWe Since 1940, 4,000 people have been executed and the ma- the past based on experiences. They have forgotten whatit

jority have been Negroes. Almost without exception, the vic- was like to be young,vigorous and curious at the same time.
have long been aware of the part played by the Economic tims of the death penalty have been poor, The real problem has resulted from the shattered illusions

Opportunity Legal Services Program inadva.ncingthe cause of The death penalty has historically been a weapon used so many of our young people have found in the people they once
the black community by providing legal services to the poor. held dear. don't understand how the adults in
against black people, often innocent of any crime at all. Rape, so They their
It therefore should come as no surprise that we think the Unit-
defined by many Southerners as an "uppity" look in the eyes lives have been unable to rectify the conditions they find so
ed Fund should waste no time in accepting their application
In most cases they have experienced
of a black man, has often been punished by the death penalty deplorable. hypocrisy
for membership. A black man in Alabama who pleaded guilty to armed robberywas first-hand, and nothing is more convincing than the realization
The matching funds necessary for the Legal Services Pro- sentenced to death a few years ago. that these same particular methods and tactics could be used
gram to receive its grant has always been provided by the against any of us, This difference of feelings about the major

volunteer effort of the Dade County Bar Association,but thereis Poor people and minority groups in general cannot afford issues has caused the breach between adults and young people.

good reason for the entire community to support this agency. the high-powered legal defense that can prove their innocenceor Our Involved youth consider themselves on a crusader kick

If the United Fund can make an adequate grant for matching convince juries and Judges to be lenient. The Americanway They have accepted the challenge and set out to do whatever

funds, another neighborhood law office can be put into opera- of Justice is highly discriminatory, and In this most aw- they can to bring about change.In .

tion; other offices can expand; the efforts of specialists to ful of punishments, it has been more biased than usual. find most of today's youth interesting and challenging.
bring about radical changes in the law can be Increased; more
They believe in testing individuals, and judging them accord-
educational programs permitting the poor to learn about their The main argument used by those who still favor the death
ing to their own standards.The test may range from one ques-
penalty is that it deters potential criminals people who other-
legal rights can be created.
tion to the discussion of a subject selected by the young. The
The acceptance of Legal Services as a United Fund agencycan wise might commit a murder are supposed to be stopped by
adult reponse creates one of two reactions they are either
provide; "Substantial benefits in terms of overcoming the the realization that they might pay for It with their lives. ,
accepted, or tolerated They look upon artifice as stalling,
residents'alienation from the institutions of governmentby
ghetto
The figures just don't this and indecision is frowned upon with disgust. They consider
support conclusion. Few mur-
implicating them in its processes". (U, S. Riot Commis-
sion ders are premeditated; most take place in the heat of the honesty a virtue worth saving, and use it as the basis for per-
Report). ,
We endorse this for United Fund membership. moment, when people aren't able to weigh the possible punishment sonal relationships. This description may not fit all teenagers,
agency Besides, what criminal thinks he'll be caught? but in a democratic society, only 51 percent would constitutea
majority.
The kind of unstable individual who will commit a murder

isn't going to be influenced by the penalty,lexcect in a negative .

Students Want Money Now way. One expert has written: "People about to commit
murder do not rationally weight the act against the penalty.On I
Demands of black students on college campuses have run the other hand, some Individuals have unconscious drivesto PHIL OSSOFERWhat

the gamut from the ridiculous to the sublime. place themselves in positions where they will be punishedwith
Comes now a group of 55 black students from Oneonta State utmost severity." In other words, they kill so that their does it i mean to be segregate themselves from
University in New York who are seeking$35 a week spending own suicidal wishes will be gratified.The "born again?" To some it their brethren, not only by
allowance from the college "to ease the economic burdenson means that, because they have Color, but by economic statusas
the exploited black people of this country." best way to determine whether the death penalty actually accepted Christ as their Sav- well? "But if ye have respect -

In demanding the allowance, the blacks said their spending deters is by comparing states with the penalty to simi- iour, they are "saved" for to persons, ye commit
habits were different from those of whites. One student said lar states that have abolished it. No differences in the mur- eternity. I heartily agree that sin, and a r e convinced of the

they needed the money to buy good clothing.The der rate have been found. the acceptance of Christ law as transgressors." ((2:9.)

black students also sought increased scholarships for And if the death penalty Is supposed b deter, why hold exe- makes one "born again", butI They may be "born again",

Negro students, a special orientation week for Negroes, a cutions In secret? Why not televise hangings in public placesif do not believe that the accep- but are they "saved?"

special dormitory section set aside for Negroes only, if theyso the intent is to scare people from committing crimes? The tance guarantees, in Itself, a
desire, a Negro cultural center and a Negro library very secrecy indicated that supporters of the death penaltyare reservation in heaven upalone's Being "saved" is a contin-
guilty about it, and see it as something brutal and inde- departure from uous process and we are
Some of these things we could go along with, but welfare earth.
in because
cent. always danger we
handouts on campus? That's taking the welfare state a bit too Toacceptance of Christ
far. A demand for a parttime Job would be more like it, fel- If a man is imprisoned and later found to be innocent, he comes as an act of faith.How may backslide and be lost before -
can be released. But no such Is our last earthly breath.
fellows. reprieve available to an exe- ever, our faith is proven by
cuted man. One study of people who were executed or im- our works, as is so Indelibly Man must fight pride and rebellion -
prisoned for life found that ten percent were later found to Inscribed throughout the all his life. The Bible
have been innocent.We admonishes us to "Keep the
Epistle of James.

I Roy Innis And Julian Bond hear so much about violence and the need for a more not"Even works so is faith dead, if it have faith"the end.by remaining"Hear counsel steadfastto and

humane society. Private violence is encouraged by the kind alone." being receive instruction, that thou.
"For
(2:17.) the
Tell f Like It Is of public violence that lets the state strap man in an electric body without the is as dead mayest be wise in thy latter
chair or puts him In a gas chamber.The spirit end".(Proverbs(19:20.) e...
so faith without works is dead
Roy Innis of CORE and Rep. About separatism, Innis but he that endureth to the end
Julian Bond of Georgia gavean praised the concept and said death penalty Is an ugly leftover from the irrational also (2:26.)James is writing shall be saved"(Matt. 10:22.)

audience of 1,100, mostly "this is no different than the past, and the sooner it is abolished, the closer we will come about those who honor the rich
white, several things to think aspirations of any other oppressed to being a society that respects life and turns its back on vio- and_ ignore the poor. He also A disciple may fall by the
points out that should and Infidel become -
wayside an may
lence. person
about in a Black panel at people. He said this
keep the whole law and offendin a saint. See what hap-
,
Temple Beth Am in South Mi- is particularly similar to the
one point he Is of all to Judas and the:
Iscarot
ami Sunday night. history of the Jews. guilty :pened
"For he that said Do not com marvel at the life of Saul of
"Moses was one of the
very
The articulate duo were first separatists he said. mit adultry, said also, Do not Tarsus, the persecutor of the
calm and soft-spoken, but the Both men agreed, that Integration Get The Miami Times kill. Now If thou commit no early Christians. Saul became

issues they discussed frankly at least in the white adultry, yet If thou kill, thou Saint Paul, who, once he received -
with the audience were potentially art become a transgressorof the Faith, devoted his
liberal meaning of that term, By Mail
explosive.Every- is irrelevant and damaging to the law." (2:11.) life to preaching God's Wordas

thing from black anti-semi- the black community. What does James say about revealed by Jesus, finally

,tution tism to was a covered.new U. S. Consti- Bond said that integratlonis Every Week For $5.00 those who, as we see today, dying as a martyr.Lets .

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brunt of the discussion. He bad. Miami Times

trld the group, "The whitescan "We were not a party to that 6530 NW 15th Avenue j
no longer structure the A Miami Florida 3317 Editor
contract. constitution, he 1 :
Ideals, the plans and the so- said, Is "a social agreement 1 Why can't we have a get together with the so-called bad
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lution for our own liberation among people-agreementto 1 Enclosed I kids? They are what's happening. Question: Wouldn't you
please find
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not anti-Semitic in the true "The original Constitutionwas to cover jhe cost of a one year subscriptionto 1 are afraid to listen? I am not.

sense of the term put together by whites," the Miami Times. I think we should try to find out why kids get into trouble,
\ I
He said that Instead of anti- said Innis. I don't you? I would rather see Youth Hall torn down than to

semitism in the ghetto, thereis "If you examine the con 1 Mail Paper To 1 have to builder a larger one' would you? I am ready, willing,
the problem of two different tract carefully," Innis said, and able to do as much as anyone else about this problem;

people "occupying the same "you will find that the 14th and Address ____ what are you willing to do, mothers and fathers? Just sit back
turf." This, he said, is irritation 15th Amendments constituted and complain?
I and frustration, not repairs to a building with a Clty? State_ Zip Cod._ 1 Remember --crime and wars go together like ham and eggs.M. .
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You, The legislatureAnd Crime In The BJbcfc Community Must Be Faced Squarely. No More Excuses!

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legislationBy PROMPTLY FAITHFULLY

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Irwin S. Futerfas, Assitant Director Economic Opportunity A \
Legal Service Program, Inc. iwJ&v w '. IS TO FULFILL THE

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The time grows near for activity by the State Legislature, nLAMS oEnrEC0
which convenes in April, 1969, in Tallahassee. It is Im- .
portant for all citizens to be aware of legislative matters,
and to make known their desires as regards particular legis-
lation. This article will discuss a few laws presently under

consideration in Tallahassee, as well as legislation which A
would appear to be of great importance to those with economic
problems throughout the state. If any of the following are im- ,
portant to you, or if you have othe thoughts on necessary
legislation, act now, and advise y otherjthoughts on necessary
((1)). Medicaid proposals are being studied by legislatorsand .A ;
various state groups at this time. Basically, under Title C.
19 of the Federal Social Security Act, State and Federal Gov-
ernments finance the costs of medical care for aged, disabled,
and medically indigent. This would undoubtedly make availablefor
many persons who have formerly been without adequate
medical care, resources through which they could apply and
receive treatment. ''Plan 3 appears to be the plan most rec-
commended at this time.
((2)). There is considerable effort to further revise the ro,
Florida Status dealing with public assistance-State Welfare. u.r
Particularly Interesting is the section which will allow the ;
State to participate in the program of Aid to Families with
Dependent Children-unemployed parents. The enactment of .r.rJ
this provision would assist families wherein the parents were
without Jobs.
((3)). Our legal services department has submitted a proposal
to State Legislatures regarding the establishment of a
Housing Court, applicable in the larger counties. The Bill
would give to the Civil Court of Record, Jurisdiction over

most housing matters, Including evictions, action for rent,
housing code violations, etc. It would generally provide that
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tenant to pay rent or vacate the premises after the lease had
expired, the tenant could defend an eviction on the groundsthat
the premises were a threat to life, health, or safety. It I I
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would further provide that under such conditions, the tenant Dick Gregory Begins
could deposit with the court, rents that came due. It is anti LEON J. ELLI ,
cipated that if such a bill becomes law, the housing problems '
of would remedit in believe that our black fellow Americans, who revere the
the be
community more readily a Month Jail fastij'L
of should be of the
manner more appealing to all parties. memory Dr. Martin Luther King, aware
true color of the Negro militant separatists and to that end, I
Also, in the housing field, legislation has been considered suppressed B la key Reportwas
like to from of last mid-June when four
would quote a report
the of Minimum
regarding strenghtening State Wide Housing made public.
visitors to "DAR" and Zanzibar across the Channel had no
laws well the establishment of statewide ,
as as open Housing Mr. Gregory's demand refers -
law. As most of us are aware, there Is a federal Open Hous- time for play. They were and are the American Negro revolutionists ,.., to a 63-page report sub-
ing Law presently in existence, and the Dade County Metro whose leader In the presence of Mao Tse-Tung, '- mitted by Prof. G. Rogert
Commission is considering the passage of a County Open China's Communist Dictator, tookthepodiumata Peking rally It" Blakey of Notre Dame Uni- j
and pledged that he would escalate the slogan,"Burn, Baby, / ,
Housing Ordlance. versity to former President
Burn", "Kill, Baby, Kill" "Violence," he shouted, "Is the ,
((4)). There has been considerable discussion regarding the Johnson's Commission on
changing of Abortions laws. Whether Abortion laws should be only way of communication." These were the worlds of Robert Law Enforcement and Admin-

liberalized or not is up to the individual, however, it is a Williams, the so-called "president of the new Africa which /'i., i"","'" " '" ", istration of Justice created by
broke into the news a couple of weeks ago in a Detroit shoot- , I ,,. "
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matter with which everyone whould be concerned. .'P "" Executive Order on July 23,
(5)). Florida is one of several states that does not have a out when a 22 year old policeman was killed. Mr. Robert ;' 1965. Prof. Blakey's report
State Minimum and Hour In Williams, on a mission for the"American Desk" In Peking, as
Wage Law. past legislatures, the Commission dealt with the
In the Miami Herald told his allies in New York that
proposals were submitted regarding the establishment of reported r relationship between organized -
such, however none were passed. The Federal Minimum wage he had been promised considerable industrial equipment by crime, politics and the Judiciary -
and Hour Law covers many persons and occupations in the Mao Tse-Tung and further received a promise from him for in major urban areas
State and for minimum $1.60 military assistance and advisors to help train the Republic of
generally provides wages per of the nation and use Chicagoas
hour' unfortunately much of our labor force is not covered.A New Africa's own military force to be known as the Black ,- the primary example. The
state wide Minimum Wage and Hour Law, which would pro- Legion, and which wears green military uniforms, etc. He DICK GREGORY official report of the Presi-
vied sufficient minimum wages and cover a large portion of, followed It up by "It would of course be difficult to use this Dick Gregory, noted civil dent's Crime Commission

if not all, the working force, would undoubtedly be a big equipment, machinery, tools, farm Implements, and Chinese rights activist and popular author sued in February, 1967, made
economic boost for many persons. military in the United States until the Republic of North Africa lecturer,and social satirist only passing reference to
Also needed is an extension of Unemployment compensation actually holds political power In five Southern states." began serving a five- Prof. Blakey's material In
and Workmen's Compensation to cover domestic workers, The above quotation should awaken the American Negro to month sentence April lin the four watered down footnotes.
migrants, and others not presently covered. the great danger of a civil war and annihilation. Just imagineif Cook County Jail, 26th and The Blakey Report excerpts:
(6). Florida Garnishment Laws are likewise a source of these'vicious and destructive Separatists had their way in California in Chicago. Mr. accepted into federal court
much difficulty. The present laws exempt from garnishmentthe obtaining a few Southern states for a separate black Republic. Gregory's conviction and sentencing record refer to relationships
salary of the head of the household; however, the head is They would immediately invite the Chinese Communists tobe to five months in Jail between the Cosa Nostra and
often forced to go to court, at an expense in time and money, their partners in the enterprise; thus forcing our country, and a $1400 fine was the re- federal Judges and mention
to assert this right. In addition, where the husband and wife yours and mine, to annihilate them before they could succeedin sult of a 1965 arrest during a some of the same federal
both work to support the family, only one can be the bead of their treasonable efforts. civil rights sit-in protest at Judges now assigned to hear
the household and claim the exemption. An amedment to the Talk of Separatism is not only dangerous for the partici- Balbo and Columbus.The pro- the cases growing out of the
garnishment laws which would given an exemption to all family pants, but destructive to the march for equality of the Negro test ,was directed against de Democratic Convention dem-

members whose salaries were necessary to maintain the people.An facto segregation in the Chicago onstrations, including Judges
family, would appear most appropriate. By the same token, attempt by the militant Separatists group to attain their public school system and Roger Kiley, Abraham L.
there could be a limit placed on the amount of an individual's end would bring them into a confrontation with the American demanding the ouster of the Mar 0 v It z, Alexander J.Na-
salary exempt from garnishment, so that large wage earners people in no less dangerous position than a declaration of war then Superintendent of Schools poll, Samuel Perry.Mr. .
would not be able to avoid legal obligations against a foreign nation, and the confrontation would either Benjamin Willis. Mr.Gregorywas Gregory's, letter to
((7)). Of great Importance among neighborhood residents are result in the destruction of the United States or the physical alleged to have kicked and President Nixon urged imme-
laws and statutes dealing with consumer problems, Includingthe annihilation of the militant Separatists, a situation dreadfulto bitten policeman who told diate executive action to release ,

buying, selling, and financing of personal property and contemplate.The him to leave the intersection.As the Blakey Report,as the .
household items, and the borrowing of money. wild barking of the vicious and mad haters can only he began serving his sentence Chicago Appellate Court "

New laws ,are presently in existence.. .on the! Federal level hurt our black Americans,who seek and are entitled to a placein Mr. Gregory announced has ruled that it no longer has
the sun in this great country. I sincerely believe that the I
releaseand under the Public
through a Jurisdiction
and under consideration on the State level.They are referredto press
as Truth in Lending Laws, and the Uniform Consumer sane and intelligent Negro educators and spiritual leaders will a letter to President Nix- Information Law since the
Credit Code. As an ultimate effect of these laws will be to not permit the relationship between the black and white Ameri- on on March 31, 1969, that he President's Commissionon
drastically change our present rules and procedures regard- cans to deteriorate by such Irresponsible traitors. I believe would fast totally, taking only Law Enforcement and Ad
ing' the buying, fiancing--credit and collection, and owner- that the time Is near for them to take an affirmative stand the nourishment of distilled ministration of Justice is now
ship of personal property items, and matters concerning the openly and notoriously repudiate the misleaders and destroyers water, until the heretofore defunct.
of the progress made recently by the black people in their
borrowing of money, such are of great importance to every
struggle for complete emancipation and equality.The .
one.The writer knows of no parallel situation with the American Messianic era where men will live in peace with each other
above are but brief summaries of a few of the many
the State experiment of de m 0 era c y. History has recorded many Empires and, eventually, without national boundries, and yet have the
acts which are under consideration for passage by of liberal and repressive, that governed many nations,but choice to continue their ethnic uniqueness. We must learn to
the contents
Legislature. If you have questions regarding not live with for each other and with equal opportunityfor
legislation or of proceduresto none existed as a country of many nations,living together respect
proposed ,
any particular Act or in circumscribed areas, but intermingled as actual physical every one to develop his individual potential.
be followed to support or oppose legislation, I suggest you
neighbors. I, too, have a dream of a wonderful society that this great
contact your private attorney or our offices. We likewise have The United States is the only country where scores of cultures country of ours could be like a symphony orchestra, that con-
speakers available from our offlcesandlocalattorney, $ and national uniqueness live and co-exist and continue sists of many different musical Instruments, each unique in- ;'
who are well informed as to many of the areas of legislative their ethnic cultures side by side in pluralistic religious s t r u m e n t contributing, however, towards the creation of ? I
and would be pleased to Rive talks on such.
activity worship, as minorities.All beautiful symphony without, in any way, attempting convert
For your Information, Is a current list of the names through the centuries, the prophets of old Inspired hu- all Instruments Into one, and Just like the various Instrumentsadd
and local addresses of the Dade delegation.When these gentle manity with the idea of the fatherhood of God and the brother- to the color and beauty of the symphony, so does each
men are in Tallahassee, it would probably be more expeditiousto hood of man, and the projection of a divine plan for a universal ethnic group, each unique people, and each religion contribute
contact them there. brotherhood. The United States Is a proving ground for that to the whole of our nation's vigor and beauty.



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BY PRISCILLA REDDINGThe
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Eddielene Gail, daughter of Mr.and Mrs.Eddie Lee Lowery (
and-Mr. Ernest Brown will be married Monday, May 5, eight .' :,: Richmond Heights Garden Club invites you to attend its
o'clock in the evening at St. Paul AME Church. Second Annual Complimentary Flower Tea, Sunday from 4 to
> at the home of Mr. and Mrs. Herbert Ammons, 15150
6
Sidney Poitier jetted to Miami to escort his niece, Juliet, 1 p.m.
...,4 Avenue
daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Cyril Poitier,at the presentationball ,"" .;'"., d.h':,'.' SW 107th
sponsored by the North Section, Greater Miami Council, .. .' ...... ; The Frank C. Martin Elementary School PTA is sponsoringa
National Council of Negro Women. Nineteen other debutanteswere Carnival Saturday from 10 a.m. until. Come out and bring

presented at the ball, held in the grand ballroom of the 4 the entire family for a day funand enjoyment. Support your

Sheraton Four Ambassadors, Friday, April 18. I school's PTA.
The Lawn of the Month winner is Mrs.Ella R. Thompson of
Mrs. Cornelia GlennJs council president.
14520 Carver Drive.
Laurasteen Thompson and Raymond L. Jones were married ri I

Saturday, April 19 in Allen Chapel AME Church.The bride is Mr. an Mrs. Eugene Williams of4825SWl04th Place, are
the daughter of Mrs. Clara B. Stephens, 3101 NW 5th Avenue. the happy and proud grandparents of twins, Eugene Jerome,
The bridegroom is the son of Mr. and Mrs. Randolph Jones, and Erstlle James. Parents of these two beautiful bouncing

Blairs, Va. boys are Mr. and Mrs. Eugene WilliamsMaryAnn) formerly

Last Monday, PhyllisWheatleyArtandSocialClubmet at the of-Richmond Heights.
home of Mrs. Geraldine Baker. Door prize(a basket of gro- Bethel Baptist Church, 14440 Lincoln Blvd., Rev. 0.W. West
ceries) was won by Mrs. Elizabeth Curtis. pastor is observing its Second Annual Youth Day Sunday, April
i 27 The morning speaker will be Rev.Samuel Collier of Pom-
Florida State Association 31st annual
Message Inc.'s
convention -
Beach and the esteemed Rev.Jenkins will honor the even-
meets May 2-4, Hilton Plaza Hotel. Sue Harris is 1 pano
I Ing service. The public is invited. The morning services will
secretarytreasurer.The .
.tli begin at 11 a.m. and the evening services at 6 p.m. Come out
YWCA of Miami conductingaseminarTuesday, April and enjoy these services.
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29 at the Kendall Reformed Church, 7801 N. Kendall Drive. IAI
The subject will center around new ways of handling public i Berthina Jones, Brenda Washington and Wilhelmena Brown
welfare attended the Florida Associate Students of German Conven-
programs. The panelists include Dewey Knight, di-
rector of Dade's Welfare Department, Dr. Eugene Flipse of Barr-Smith Nuptials tion in St. Petersburg, April 1719..The convention was held
the State Welfare Board and James Whitehead,associate pro at the Florida Presbyterian College and the delegates were
fessor in Sociology at Barry College. housed at the Sheraton Inn.

On Tuesday Lurel (Mrs. D.A.Julius was hostess to the Solemnized At African Berthina Jones received a Certificate of Excellence and a

Cwest Club. But Monday the Phyllis Wheatley club will gatherat prize in poetry and dramatics for German L Brenda Washington -
Mrs. Molly McFadden's home(Molly)has not been well and Orthodox ChurchMiss also received a prize and honors for German L Wilhel
the group will meet with her while Ruby Sims was hostess. mena Brown received a prize and a certificate of excellencein

Mrs. Louise B. Riley has left the city and chose Chicago for Carolyn Dianne Barr, Barr, and Maria Larry. poetry and dramatics for German II.
her vacation spot. of This week the Cougars baseball team met its last two opponents
daughter of Mr. and Mrs. The brother the groom,
On Saturday, April 25 the Phiols will meet at the home of Charles Barr became the George Smith, served as best On Tuesday they faced the Carol City Chiefs on the
Marie Taylor to finalize plans for its annual scholarship ac- bride of Mr. Willie Albert man. Ushers were James Chiefs field. We wish them luck, and on Friday they face Miami

tivity "An Oriental Sip",that's scheduled for Sunday, April Smith, son of Mr. and Mrs. Barr, uncle of bride who served High on the Cougar's field.
27 at the home of Mr.and Mrs.Henry W. Daniels, 100 NW 47th Herbert Smith of Nassau, Ba- as head usher; others were The Greater Miami Athletic Conference Track meet was
Terrace. hamas in a candlelight cere- Walter Barr, Raymond Barr, held at Miami-Dade Junior College Stadium Friday, Apr 1119.

Robert Young returned to Manhattan on Sunday after jettingto mony, Saturday, April 5,at the Sam Kemp, Eugene Barr, Barry Huff won second place in the shot put; Ken Thompson
Miami to attend the funeral of Doreen Reeves Young. While African Orthodox Church.The Errol Curry, Hugdon Bowe, won second in the 100-yard dash and third place in the I
Regina J. Frazier planed to Decee. church was aglow with candle- Kenneth Taylor, Newall 440 run; Nelson Williamson won second in the high jump;
light, framed with Easter Neilly, Marcus Brinson. Walker, Ferguson, Simmons and Black took first place in the
Episcopalians of the Diocese of South Florida will begin
their annual meeting Monday. Men's meetings and the opening lilies, gladiolus and palms. Junior ushers were uniquein 880 relay, and Thompkins won first place in the 880 run. The
session will be at Bayfront Auditorium.Headquarters for men The double ring ceremony was their Nehru jackets, white Cougars ranked third place with a total score of 69 points
conducted Father Stafford turtle neck shirts black This week dedicated to
at by past was the 654 seniors, in their
Everglades and headquarters women at Dupont Plaza.
Meeting ends Wednesday afternoon.fob;., Sweef Jng, assisted by Canon trousers. There were Kevin honor
Charles. Cooper and Canon Gar d Ie r, Albert Gilmore,
Miami students have set May 10 as Teen Help Day in Dade Obedlah Barr, grandfather of Mark Knight, Mary Haywood,

County. "On that day tney'll lend a helping hand whereverthe the bride. Wayne Barr, George Barr, Mrs. Neilly. Guests from Ft. The bride was presented by
need exists" says Virginia Essex, Volunteer Service The bride,given h marriageby Adrlen Rolle, Michael Larry, Lauderdale were Mr.and Mrs. Delta Sigma Theta Sorority
Bureau consultant. Teens may add their names to the roster her father was radiant in a Nathan Erwin, and Edwin Willie Rucker and Mr. and a debutante in 1967. She grad-
by calling the bureau, 371-1324. Nathaniel Monroe, Mays Jr. full length white peau de sole Barr Jr. Mrs. Samuel Barr. Mr. Ray- uated from Miami North-
High is chairman of the student volunteer advisory council. gown, trimmed in chantilly The flower girls were Lisa mond Higgs Jr of West Palm western in June 1967, and attend -

Bea Morley's Mouse Trap is the scene for the Saturday lace, seeded with pearls and Stewart and Karen Major. Beach, Mrs.Bertha Rigley and ed Miami-Dade Junior
meeting of the Links. J. L. Bryant, hostess. and draped with a double train. Torrence Farrington servedas Mr. Rudolph Rigley of Key College.Mr. .
The round nee k of the gown ring bearer. West and Mr. and Mrs.Joseph
During Mrs. Charles Drew's recent visit to Miami, Al and from
was accented by a single The mother of the bride Smith graduated
Carmen Jackson were the official host for Drew's faculty. wasa Reese of New York were also
strand of pearls. The head- vision of loveliness Ingreenlace guests. Eastern Senior High School in
Mrs. Harriet Outen attended the funeral of her uncle Ernest Nassau Bahamas. He is
,
dress, lovely in its simplicitywas outfit, beige accessoriesand Prenuptial social affair included pres-
Evans In Georgetown, Exuma. a fingertip veil falling wearing an orchid. two linen showers, ently employed' as an ,Insurance

You're invited to a "Wonderful Night of Dancing",Saturday, from a crown of pearls.White The mother of the groom given by Leahdora Bullard, agent.
April 26 Gulf Stream Room Bayfront Park Auditorium, spon- gloves and white satin shoes wore gold brocade outfit with cousin of the bride and the The couple chose Montega
sored by the Ladies Auxiliary for Local #65 Mallhandlers completed her attire.She car matching accessories. She aunts of the bride; one mis- Bay, Jamaica as the spot for
Union of the Miami post office. ried a satin covered Bible also wore an orchid. cellaneous shower given by the their honeymoon. They will

Carol Cooper Hanna and Louise Tynes spent two days in with ribbon streamers.The Music for the wedding was brldemaids and a rehearsal live in Nassau,Bahamas. Mrs. \
Miami. Carol to see her ophthalmologist and Louise to check, bride was dressed by played by Mrs. Bernice T. dinner, given by the parents of Martha Morley McKinsly directed -
credits at the University of Miami. her godmother Mrs.Catherine Greene and the soloist was the bride.itntiiitHiiiiiiiittittitntmtitinirminuiiinii. the wedding.WAREHOUSE .
Smith, her cousins Mrs. Mrs. HaroleanStorr who I
On May at the Carver YMCA the Universal Masonic Brother- sang
hood, Inc. will stage an Eastern Star Get Acquainted Banquetand Leohdova Bullard and Mrs, "Because"" and "I Love You ._...... .................... ................_..!.!..!1111I".UAIlllllllllJAlmtlH... _____.._ .--llllUl. I
Thompson.
Myrtle Truly.
Fashion Show. Featuring Pictorial Designs by Eneath
Miss Sandra Minus maid of Following the ,
Luceal and members of, Adult Home Economic Classes., wedding the MAYS DRESSES
honor, wore a green princess guests were lavishly enter-
The annual Silver Knights Awards are scheduled for May style gown of brocade, short tained at the Bonded Rental
t 8 at the Dade County Auditorium. Stephen O'Connell, president sleeves, matching headdressand Agency. The evening began with
l of the University of Florida will be the principal speaker. shoes, white elbow length champagne for all to toast the OUTLET

/ MAY IS CLEAN Up, FIX UP, PAINT UP MONTH gloves. The bride maids wore bride and groom. The toast-
Get well wishes to Edith Brennanwbo is recuperating at home empire styles and acces- master was Attorney Orville

after a stay in Miami's Heart Institute; Mary Hanna Owens sories, five wore gold and five Turnquest, cousin of the bride, 2800 NW 5th Ave.
whose recuperating after surgery. Gloria Dunn is at home with wore apple green, which ar- of Nassau, other toasters were
her mother, Marie (Mrs. Chris) Wareham after surgery at ried out the color scheme of Mr. Joseph Reese, Father J. (CENTER OF THE GARMENT DISTRICT)

Cedars of Lebanon. the wedding. Each wore a Kenneth Major and Mr. OFFERS YOU THE LATEST STYLES
single strand of pearls, a gift Charles Higgs of the
With gratitude to our many friends who shared our sorrow city.
in the death of our loved one, Doreen, we acknowledge your from the bride. Their nose- The guests were registered -
messages of comfort and thank you for your many thoughtful gays were Easter lilies cen- by Mrs. Lonnie Smith and *
Dresses /
Cul/offes
tered with candles which Suits
were Mrs. Enora Michael '
the
tributes you have paid our family.We are deeply and sincerely gifts
lighted for the ceremony. The were received
by the host-
'I; grateful. nosegays were made by the esses, who were Mrs. Lonnie == Values To $19.99 _
I Memory is the treasure-house of the mind Thomas mother of the Bride. Smith, Mrs. Boneva Smith, WMMMMMMH

I Fuller The brldemaids were Mrs. E In or a Michael, and 86
Lillian Barr, sister of the Mrs. Peggie Major.

;t ,... bride, Marlon Rolle, Leafy Out of town guests were At Our '
"/ Glosses Now Open Minus, Phyllis Williams, Miss Ann Barr, sister of the
:
Janne Saunders,Joann Fisher, br ide, S o u t h e r n University, One
+i A THE LOUISE RILEY Kathy Jones, Margaret Smith, Baton Rouge, Louisiana; from
sister of the groom, Stella Nassau Price
'" FINISHING& MODELING Bahamas were Mrs. Low
,L ; 'tl' < ACADEMY, Barr, aunt of the bride, and Aggie Beneby, Miss Carol \

I Sharon Roker. Fisher, Mr. Jeffery Clad, \
IJ6 .c} 35NE 17th Street, Rill 233 Junior bridemaids also Mr, Robert Kelly, Mr. and s
3' TEL: 379-3531 I I'I wore Identical styles and col- Mrs. Charles Saunders, Mrs. CASH REF
t.f ors. They were Allison Major, Doris Saunders, Mrs. Myrtice EXCHANGES3PEN
High fashion models needednow. Ronda Smith, Aundrea Wilder, Thompson, Miss Jestina Cur-

.Must boat least 56", Leisa Johnson: Antona Curry, tis, Mr. and Mrs. Oliver
Karen S a u n d e r s, Dever tice Hutchinson and 9:303:00:
'I kF Mrs. Sheila DAILY: 9:305:30 SAT
: Davis, Dana Thomas, Pamula Rolle .and children Mr. and HUUInHI1INifllflltilulflllIIUII11UU11



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'v Blanche' Calloway To Give free.
I
Makeup DemonstrationBlanche

Calloway, we'l- the famed Cab Calloway and a
known cosmetologist and show business personality in
tin.,yfd president of Miami's AFRAM her own right, will give ad-
House, the nation's first mail- vice on beauty care for blacks
M If order house run by bl ckS and from 11 a.m. to 2 ".m. at'the
I serving the black community, Jefferson Stores at 1500 Bis-
v will give free makeup demon- Boulevard.
THE LITTLE RED BOOK: Sign on County National Bank 4 cayne
strations today and tomorrowat
marquee In North.Miami: "Monev will make our next Olympic
team .. it runs so fast" . Miami City I the downtown Jefferson AFRAM was founded last
s M Store. fall with Miss Irritation
patrolman Oscar Morley's twin brother Calloway's -
Hartman a candidate for City Commissionerin Miss Calloway, sister of at finding no quality

Hallandale (Broward County) . St ,. s products made especially for
Michigan.The the nation's 22 millionblacks."We .
Marie's Guild of Saint
Agnes Episcopal'sSacred -
bride-elect and her fiance
were tired she said
,
Concert boasted muchoattendancefor
Mr and Mrs. James G.
were graduated from "of
buying white products and
Peesident Miriam Stirrup last Sunday Collie of 1420 NW 75th Street JUNE BRIDE
Tuskegee Institute, Tuskegee,
trying to adapt them to our
. Percussionist
David Francis
(Panama) the engagement of and
Prince
announces Mr. Mrs. E. Alabama. Kathlene received a needs."
former Miamian and National drummerman their daughter Constance Hepburn, Sr. of 1821 NW 68th B.S. in Sociology and M. Ed.
with many all-star outfits,recently fin- Maria, to Mr. Christopher Ter., announce the engage- in Student Personnel Services. AFRAM's line was an Im-
ished a Dinah Shore Special which co-starred LaFleur Jr. Detroit,Michi- ment of their daughter, Kath- She Is employed as a counselorat mediate success, and now the
Diana Ross and Lucille Ball. The show was an NBC spectacular lene Prlscllla to
Onwuson- University
Eastern Michigan firm is branching Into some
at "9:00 on April 13 which replaced the popular- epic "Bo- gan.Mr.. LaFleur is the son of gonye Boniface Okehi, son of ,Ypsilanti, Michigan. of the nations top retail stores.In .
nanza. Mrs. Eula B. LaFleur of De- the late Mr. and Mrs. Okehi Dr. Okehi is a veterinarian addition Miss Calloway
troit, Michigan and Mr.Christopher Amaku of Ekwerazu, Blafra, employed by Biotoxicological is in constant demand to lecture ,
NOTES ON A NAPKIN: Economy Drugs pharmacist Joseph LaFleur Sr. of Miami. West Africa. A June 21 wedding Research Laboratories, on makeup for the black "
Poitier being considered among those selected for the County A June wedding is planned. is planned In Detroit, Spencerville, Ohio. complexion. \
Commission seat'' left vacant by Commissioner Earl Carroll I
--
-- that is, the vacancy to be filled until a final disposition is
made on Carroll. . The Roosevelt(Mae) Thurstons and Mrs
Della B. Carey attended the church welding of Thurston's
niece Brenda Wilson to Ira Chrisestom Ferguson in Nassau LONGER.

. The Leo Armbristers Jr, to christen their baby son In .. 'U
Transfiguration Sunday ayem.

SALT WATER TAFFY: Charles andVlolaHeastleHo'King) YET MILDER. S
back from an Easter holiday spent in Montego Bay, Jamaica .
. The leg amputation of Legislator Joe Kershaw's wife
Mamie's left stem at Cedars Lebanon last Wednesday prov-
.
ed a surprising shock to intimates. . Car accidents decked N 44 e 1, ,
Jefferson Reaves Sr, Audrey Wynn,Thelma Higgs and Theresa ''''I 20IICICKR p SN =

Latson at home . Cosmetolgist Wilhelmina Woods beddedat ,
Fountain Head Convalescent Infirmary. . Stanley Robinson 1 I;

the tailor, bedded In Christian Memorial. ",'I,,

THE WEEK'S WASH: Enquirer's John Miller reports that ;:,. *'\\*. -; '.. b A I '_I) ( :

"James Mason's ex Pamela and Johnny Mathis raised eye- ,' I '
VACATIONING IN JAPAN .; j jI
brows as a two-some in Gollywood" . The William Coop I"; ,
ers of Coconut Grove are threeing. It's a girl born two weeks Mrs. Eula Mae Collins wife rtE"A ..
ago. . Ellis McCants underwent surgery at Mount Sinai last of Deacon Walter Collins Sr. 4 ',:':,
Wednesday. . And the Petro Beachamsshe's Winifred Cox) and outstanding member of the r
named her Courtney Michele after her arrival in Mt Sinai on First Baptist Church of

April 10 weighing 6 lbs 15 ozs.. Widow Mary HannaOwensIn Brownsville will leave Miamion .'
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Christian Memorial recovering after surgery. April 29 via Pan American ,1.\-I ,;h""
airline stopping in San Fran-
STUFF AND SUCH: Lillian McCartney ailing at home . cisco, California for 24 hours, '1 : ,"
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Christian Memorial's director Colonel Clark succeeded by retired while there she will celebrate j i'
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Bethune elementary principal Walter C. Cogdell . her birthday on April 30 withan 'h ::11 :U.
Bertha Wilson's mom and dad and the late City of Miami patrolman eleborate birthday party
Jimmy Hines' grandparents Daniel and Henrietta Mc- given by relatives and friends.
Kinsey celebrated their 50th on April 17 . Israel Humes' Departs on May 1, on over-
wife Melissa passed last Saturday.. Representing Ward No. seas flight to Tokeyo, Japan.
1 the LawrenceCarolynTownsends Sr's son Lawrence While there she will live at the
(SkippyTownsend Jr won first prize in Mt Tabor Baptist- Imperial Hotel, arriving backin
sponsored baby contest. the United States on June I. ,
1 and friends ,
1969. Family p
SCRATCH MY BACK:' Terrecita Jones underwent minor wishes Mrs. Collins a most 1
surgery at Mount Sinai three weeks ago. . The Stanley enjoyable trip and a happy and
Newbolds will Double Birthday Party their mother Mrs Maud safe return. ,,
Newbold Sr and daughter Maud Newbold Jr with a double cele-

bration April 26. Their natal holiday was April 22 Truly DORSEY CLASS OF '49
sensational was the young male Sensations, a singingdancinggroup U.S.Government figures show
of teenagers, who headlined Delta Sigma Theta's annual TheDorsey class of'49 Is
jabberwock in Northwestern Senior high school's audit last having a party on April 26, at PALL MALL GOLD 100'slower
Friday night. Close behind was the Opa-locka male Chevronsand the home of Nathaniel(Chick) .
North Dade Junior high school female dancing group, the Thomas, 1819 NW 51st Street. in"tar'than the best-selling "
Frances Pierce Dancers. Come one come all. For fur-
SWEETS' TREATS: Wilson Pickett, Eddie Floyd and Mack ther information, call 633- filter king.SER'SE r .
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Picket and Floyd have since gone on successful careers as
individual vocalists. Mack-Rice a songwriter-vocaUsthas
writtentunes that have been recorded by Sam and Dave, Ike and [
Tina Turner, Margie Hendrix and by a sensational new De- p. BEAUTY SALON
troit group the Lovebugs. Rice a Detroiter himself wrote a
pop classic in Mustang Sally" that old over 4 million copies, 593 NW 62nd Sf 758-9353
Internationally In over 35 recorded versions.Aretha Franklinand
her hubby-manager Ted White helped Rice write the song W s,
and Wilson Pickett's 1966 recording of it was the biggest:
seller.
MIAMI MUSINGS: Teenager Ava Parker successfully
emerged out of brain surgery at Hialeah hospital 'early
Tuesday ayem . And elderly Tom Webb pioneer Mlamian
admitted to the Christian hospital for a general checkup. I

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8 THE MIAMI TIMES, Friday, April 25, 1969 Next week, Miss Pamela "Time Of
.... "What would we do without TheCuckoo"
Ronnie" is a common saying Moore. Miss
: : iC around the studio.What a love- May we welcome
enteredour
Rolle who has
Denise
for Miss Williams -
ly compliment
student,.
senior
full
Addie ReportsOn doors a
On
Emma Is making Friday May 9 Ruth
mother
Browsing through the programs Her Foreman proudly
Musical ArtsBy for her study presents
: slated for the "1969 arrangements Miss Clare Luce In Time
PONTIPHFLET voice.Congratulations of
ADLINE Spring Concert' forthcoming, both piano and The Cuckoo. Miss Luce cur.
E-4ii., I ..v I noticed that Miss Veronicahas lovely telephone rently touring in the Arthur
I 7 I must say your
her own number, this one Laurent's comedy-drama in
been most
"Musical training is a more sweetest little lady I know. So called "The Swallows",an old calls have the role of Leona Samlsh
It's agreatfeeling ,
potent instrument than any charming Is she, one would favorite of mine. I must say appreciative.that are read- American tourist . will be
other because rhythm and harmony think her amune from all the this is very different from to know you supported In Miami with the
find their way into the spoils of the world. I would anything she's ever presented Ing my column and expeclally following cast: Toni Simeon
efforts as we ,
Inward places of the soul." wish that it were possible to l before. What with that sweet appreciating our Steve Hudson, Joan Bucks
A recent call
Plato preserve this young person 1< r little voice getting stronger present them. Hanson, Felice Blatt, Bernice
to the presentation -
After reading the above quo- and display her when the worldis every season, her participation pertaining last Lazar, Sid Gelb, Michael
member
tation, ournextguest Per- in great need of personal relationships will be as usual an assetto of our guest Trachtenburg, Lou PassOlano
forming Arts Society member Healthy In mind, bit when she played an inno- the entirety of the program. week, Mr. Michael Harry Mc- and Steve Fallacaro. ,
decided this was for her. Miss Veronica can be called cent "Finlan's Rainbow The Paul La Pierre Schoolof Cartney, lifted my spirits to no Time of the Cuckoo will
Everyone, may I introduce upon to share and participate character telling"a secret,, a Musical Arts and lare very end, however I should mention his Thursdays Sundays for run 12
about
Miss Veronica Williams, in all that she Is capable of secret . Wasn't that delightful proud of Miss Williams Inasmuch that upon writing performances.
daughter of Mr. and Mrs. serving most diligently.All ? as she is doing her best parents, you should know that
James Williams,living at 3301 of you attending the last Mr. Lapierre, loves to tell to help us reach our goals, Michael the son of both Mr. -
NW 51st St., here in Miami. studio affair at the Fontaine- me about her dependability. most Important of which is Harry McCartney and Mrs.
Veronica (or "Ronnie"), as bleau will remember her Hardly a rehearsal goes by good relationship through the Barbara Dorsett from Miami. please be happy, love one another -
her friends call her, is the stealing the show a little that her presence isn't felt. arts, among the races. May I please invite you to .
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THE MIAMI TIMES, Friday, April 25, 1969 9


I K8MC, Sergeant, Jenkins Earns First


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1 Sgt. Birdie Jenkins an administrative visory Council Selection is

clerk in Head based on personalappearance,
quarters, pacific Air Forces military bearing, participation
(PACAF) is the first Hickam in squadron and off-duty

Sul BY DAVE BONDU Woman intheAirForceWAF) activities, cooperation with
S selected for Honor WAF of the other WAF, and knowledge of

Quarter.SERGEANT. current events.
J.. )!IQ{ Jenkins the
P"I'J Sergeant as first
Honor WAF received a certificate
The Metro Commissioners are "squabbling" about a tem- of achievement, three-

porary replacement for Earl Carr oil. QODShould he be day pass, removal from squadron
black? Should he be the man who ran second to Carroll In the details for
I a month,free
election? Who Is the man who carries the most weight in the maid service for - -' -
a month,din GERTRUDE JACKSON MACK .
community? Who Is the 'man who is acceptable to the white JACKSON
ner for two at the NCO Open
community. Who is the man who is acceptable to both? Thereis Mess, free hair appointment SURPRISE PARTY
much speculation about Garth Reeves, who was my choice.He and WAF
a Squadron coffee
does not live in the district that is in question. Senator Mrs. Gertrude Jackson was in her honor at the Continental
Ted Kennedy moved to New York from Mass., so why doesn't cup. surprised with a birthday gift Club; breakfast at Houseof
Captain Wright made the
Garth move across 54th Street? He knows that this is a loop- from Mr. Mack Jackson Jr. Pancake, shopping on
hole, but will not take advantage of it. Several persons have a presentation to Sergeant Jenkins her husband and owner of Lincoln Road Mall, dined at
Wednesday at the
mentioned him as the "rightcandidate",and most of the com- dron's commanders call squa Jackson Market, 5830NW 12th the Fountainbleau, while enjoying

missioners favor him, but there is this little loophole. Comeon Ave.Her Aretha Franklin, How
Garth . move! That will settle thatll! cannot predict the present was a weekend ard Johnson and numerous
future, and this is being written on Tuesday for Thursday's SURPRISE BIRTHDAY stay at the Frolic, Motel on other,places.
paper. Maybe the selection has been made by the time you PARTY Biscayne Blvd. Her escortsfor
read this. If so, I hope that the person selected is the right the entire stay were none Returning home she was
to the of the Mrs. Mary Parker was other than Mr. and Mrs. Walters greeted with another large
one, because if he is not--according feeling com
given a surprise birthday owner of the ContinentalClub party, which all of her love
is to catch hell when
munity, as a whole somebody going '
her husband
Willie
party by ones' and
and wig shop. And, of friends attended.
election time rolls around again. Voters will remember the niece
Mrs. Mlssie Parker, course Mr. Jackson himself. Well home sweet home and
for and
names of those commissioners who voted whom maybe -
her daughters Jackie and Cla To highlight the weekend of thanks to the world's most
when election does come around again, they will remember
that Mr. Reeves, Mr. Neal Adams, Mr W.0. Perry, Mr. Bill rice inson, and Mrs. Queenie 1g! Rob- her J joyous stay these are loving and thoughtful husband.
Saturday April .
How's that
mentioned and will be some of the places that she for a surprise
Wynn were as good possibilities they
--- Those attending the gala af-
candidates. attended: Sambos party given birthday gift.7ilatiuagc .
. . . . . . . JENKINSA fair were Mr. and Mrs. John
D. Jackson, Mrs. Annie
Our school board needs to take a look at the security of native of Miami and the Hamilton and Shenah,Mrs Maietiteat
some of our schools. The elementary school is most in need daughter of Mrs. Rosetta Ezera Whitaher, Mr.and Mrs.
of security for the benefit of the smaller children who are Braddy, Sergeant Jenkins has Ulysses Bullock Mrs.Ida Mae !
being taken advantage of by the older kids who walk through been in the Air Force two anda Gilbert, Mrs. Vera Walker Mrs. Ireatha Moore of Dub

during or after school hours. They not only take the money half years and has servedat and Bernard, Mr. and Mrs.AI 'lin, Georgia wishes to an-
given to these small ones by their parents for lunch money, Hickam since May 1967. Pinder and son, Mr. Eddie nounce the marriage of her
etc., but will beat them if they do not give it to them freely. She is a 1959 graduate of Robinson, Mrs. Mattie Turner daughter Pamela Moore to

One student at Drew Elementary went home the other day Northwestern Senior High Mrs. Willie Mae Dukes, Mr. Benjamin Nelson of Miami -
with a black eye and a swollen face from Just such an incident. School in Miami and workedas Mrs. Ruth Parker and daughters on Saturday, April 26.
The teachers cannot always be "right there" to watch each a key punch operator for ,Mr. Edmond Parker, I
child in his or her class, and some kind of security at the Chase-Manhattan Bank in New Mrs. Mattie Gunder, Mr. and Miss Moore is a 1965 grad-
doors or in the school yard could very easily stop this kind York City before entering the Mrs. Willie Mercer, Mr. uate of Miburned Sr. High in

of abuse. Parents . get together and demand that some Air Force. Henry Ferguson, Mr.and Mrs. Dublin and Is presently em-
thing be done. Get some ideas on how it can be done and pre Capt. Susan M.Wright WAF Joe Wilson Mr. and Mrs. ployed by Eastern Airlines.

sent It to your school board. squadron commander explained Allen, Mrs. Theresa Young,
that Sergeant Jenkinsis Mr. Nelson Is the son of
Mr. Leroy T111man,Mrs Bernice -
PRETTY GIRL OF THE WEEK: Abigail Tompkins the first recipient of the McMlllian, and Mr. and Mrs. Gwendolyn Nelson, of
PRETTY BOY OF THE WEEK: 41 Stevenson(Urban Renewal) award, under, new WAF squadron Mrs Edward Stokes. 2164 NW 69th Lane. He 1s a
VIP OF THE WEEK: Edward Duffle (National Industrial Bank)' program. I would like to take this 1964 graduate of MiamiNorth-

MOTHER OF THE WEEK: Ernestine Rolle Captain Wright institutedthe method of thanking all for western Sr. High and is in the -
plan to recognize outstanding chef catering trade. PAMELA MOORE
QUICK NOTE DEPARTMENT: Reporter Nancy Beth Jack making my birthday one that :.
WAF airmen.
son of the Herald did a real nice piece on Assistant Attorney: will be long remembered.
I General Jesse McCrary Jr. on Wednesday morning.And I also selected Nominees by the for WAF the honor NCOAdSANDRA are- Thanks for everything.Mrs. Miami Ads Don't Cost '

learned that Jesse is one of two black Klwanians in the North 'I

G Miami Chapter. Larry Batchlar was the first black local member t ') ; Mary Parker They Pay

of Optimist..And Wright's editorial cartoon in the Newson ",A>;){
I Wednesday is really a gasser. It shows three rifle-carry
ing Afro wearing black students sitting on a college president'sdesk L:\'

and the prexy dancing to their tune. . Vandals threw fr. /' 3 t A
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a brick through Harry Smith's Varsity Barber Shop window on ,' '\

15th Ave. Tuesday night. Second time in six months . Look
ir \
'for John Hoskins to go Into the fish market soon . Esme WM I ( ('l'!'M1S 'iV M

Bain, Frontier Club manager, has mended since accidentally
I shooting himself four weeks ago . There's an education +;;t i ise
kick on locally with adults. Many are now signing up for
courses at night at Northwestern and Jackson. Why not go out

yourself and learn a new skill, or finish up that high school :4 *bs+s, { 4s
m
education that you interrupted years ago ? ? ?
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8 THE MIAMI TIMES, Friday, April 25, 1969 1 11 AI "What would we do without Next week, Miss Pamela "Time Of TheCuckoo"

Ronnie" is a common saying Moore. Miss
welcome
..
we
,: :( around the studio.What a love- May who has entered
; \:' .'' ly compliment for Miss Wil Denise Rolle ,.
Addie ReportsOn '; i' :')Ii: fi,;.;.;.;."i...!'c='I'. liams. our doors mother a full Emma senior is making student 1 On Friday, May 9 Ruth
., the Her Foreman proudly
program presents
through
Browsing
to study
Musical ArtsBy 'I : t. slated for the "1969 arrangements for her Miss Clare Luce in Time of
't.1.: voice.Congratulations
; ADLINE PONTIPHFLET ', Spring Concert' forthcoming, both piano and ,The Cuckoo.Miss Luce cur.
[ : Li :'" '" I noticed that Miss Veronicahas lovely telephone rently touring in the ArthurLaurent's
must your
I say
'b..l'\\ this one comedy-drama
: her own number, been most in
have
"Musical training is a more sweetest little lady I know. So .(ir"1': called "The Swallows",an old calls It's a great feel- the role of Leon a Samish,
favorite of mine. I must say appreciative. American tourist. . will be
potent instrument than any charming is she, one would to know that you are read-
other because rhythmandhar- think her amune from all the this is very different from ing column and expecially supported in Miami with the
i mony find their way into the spoils of the world. I would anything she's ever presented ing my our efforts as we following cast: Toni Simeon,
inward places of the soul." wish that it were possible to before. What with that sweet appreciating them. A recent call Steve Hudson, Joan Bucks
Plato preserve this young person little voice getting stronger present to the presentation Hanson, Felice Blatt, Bernice
her when the world every season, her participation pertaining Lazar, Sid Gelb, Michael
After reading the above quotation and display v r\1llll .awl._ of our guest member last
need of will be as usual an assetto Trachtenburg, Lou PasSOlano,
ournextguest PerIs in great personal re- week Mr. Michael Harry Mc-
forming Arts Society member lationships. Healthy in mind, bit when she played an inno- the entirety of the program. lifted my spirits to no and Steve Fallacaro.
Cartney,
decided this was for her. Miss Veronica can be called cent "Finlan's Rainbow' The Paul La Pierre School however I should mention Time of the Cuckoo will run
Everyone, may I introduce upon to share and participateMiss character telling a secret,:>a of Musical Arts and I are very that end, writing about his Thursdays Sundays for 12
Veronica Williams, in all that she is capable of secret . Wasn't that delightful proud of Miss Williams inasmuch upon should know that performances.
parents, you
daughter of Mr. and Mrs. serving most diligently. ? as she is doing her best Michael the son of both Mr.
James Williams,living 3301 All of you attending the last Mr. LaPierre loves to tell to help us reach our goals, McCartney and Mrs.
NW 51st St., here in Miami. studio affair at the Fontaine- me about her dependability. most Important of which is Harry Barbara Dorsett from Miami. please be happy, love one
Veronica(or "Ronnie"), asher b 1 ea u will remember her Hardly a rehearsal goes by good relationship through the May I please invite you to other. an-I
that her isn't felt. arts, among the races.MJJLMMMMMMMMMMM.
little
show
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THE MIAMI TIMES, Friday, April 25, 1969 9


2 I Sergeant Jenkins Earns First


'Honor War' Title


Sgt. Birdie Jenkins, an ad- visory Council. Selection is k
Y ministrative clerk in Head- based on personalappearance,

quarters, Pacific Air Forces military bearing participation
.A -A .". (PACAF) is the first Hickam In squadron and off-duty

t wl \\j BY DAVE BONDU Woman lathe Air Force(WAF) activities, cooperation bother
selected for Honor
WAF of the
WAF and
knowledge of
Quarter., current
-_H enc H'H.ec..aessr_ __e "wyesaM_,_eoac__. events.
ItrsB 1SERGEANT !" Sergeant Jenkins as the first
Honor WAF received
a certificate
The Metro Commissioners are "squabbling" about a tem-
of achievement three-
porary replacement for Earl Carr 0 11. QOD-Should he be ?
black? Should he be the man who ran second to Carroll in the day pass, removal from squa-
election? Who is the man who carries the most weight in the dron i details for a month,free l 3 r y'
community? Who is the man who is acceptable to the white rIC maid service for a month,din- GERTRUDE MACK
ner for two at /--I
community. Who is the man who is acceptable to both? Thereis the NCO Open
Mess free hair SURPRISE PARTY
appointmentand
much speculation about Garth Reeves, who was my choice.
He does not live in the district that is in question. Senator a WAF Squadron coffee Mrs. Gertrude Jackson was In her honor at the Continental -

Ted Kennedy moved to New York from Mass., so why doesn't cup.Cap tal surprised with a birthday gift Club; breakfast at Houseof
Garth move across 54th Street? He knows that this is a loop- n Wright made the from Mr. Mack Jackson Jr. Pancake, shopping on
hole, but will not take advantage of it. Several persons have presentation kins to Sergeant Jen- her husband and owner of Lincoln Road Mall, dined at
mentioned him as the "right candidate",and most of the com- Wednesday at the squadron's Jackson Market, 5830NW 12th the Fountainbleau, while en-

missioners favor him, but there is this little loophole. Comeon '4 commanders call Ave.Her joying Aretha Franklin, How-
Garth. . move! That will settle that! I cannot predict the Y present was a weekend ard Johnson and numerous
future, and this is being written on Tuesday for Thursday'spaper. SURPRISE BIRTHDAY stay at the Frolic Motel on other,places.
Maybe the selection has been made by the time you 4.' PARTYMrs. Biscayne Blvd. Her escortsfor
read this. If so, I hope that the person selected is the rightone k the entire stay were none Returning home she was
because if he Is not--according to the feeling of the com- Mary Parker was other than Mr. and Mrs. Wal- greeted with another large
munity, as a whole. . somebody is going to catch hell when given a surprise birthday ters, owner of the ContinentalClub party, which all of her love
election time rolls around again. Voters will remember the party by her husband, Willie, and wig shop. And, of ones' and friends attended.
names of those commissioners who voted for whom.and may- L niece Mrs. Missle Parker, course Mr. Jackson himself.To Well home sweet home and
be when election does come around again, they will rememberthat her daughters Jackie and Cla highlight the weekend of thanks to the world's most

Mr. Reeves, Mr. Neal Adams, Mr.W.O. Perry, Mr. Bill rice, and Mrs. Queenie Rob- her joyous stay, these are loving and thoughtful husband.
inson
Wynn were mentioned as good possibilities and they will be :, Saturday, April 19. some of the places that she How's that for a surprise
candidates. Those attending the galaaf- attended: Sambos party given birthday gift.'hlauiayc .
JENKINSA fair were Mr. and Mrs. JohnD.
* * * * * * * *
Jackson Mrs. Annie
Our school board needs to take a look at the security of native of Miami and the ,
Hamilton and Sheilah
some of our schools. The elementary school is most in need daughter of Mrs. Rosetta Ezera Whitaher Mr.and,Mrs. AwfJ.III.th1tIIt :1

of security for the benefit of the smaller children who are Braddy, Sergeant Jenkins has Ulysses Bullock., Mrs.Ida Mrs.Mae :i
being taken advantage of by the older kids who walk through been in the Air Force two anda (
Gilbert r
Mrs. Vera Walker Mrs. Ireatha Moore of Dub ts
during or after school hours. They not only take the half
money years and has servedat
and Bernard, Mr. and Mrs.At lin, Georgia wishes to announce -
given to these small ones by their parents for lunch money, Hickam since May 1967. r
Pinder and the
son Mr. Eddie marriage of her
etc., but will beat them if they do not give it to them freely. She is a 1959 graduate of Robinson I II
Mrs. Mattie Tur- daughter, Pamela Moore to I
One student at Drew Elementary went home the other day Northwestern Senior High Ii I
ner, Mrs. Willie Mae Dukes, Mr. Benjamin Nelson of Mi-
with a black eye and a swollen face from just such an incident. School in Miami and workedas i
Mrs. Ruth Parker and daugh- ami, on Saturday, April 26.
The teachers cannot always be "right there" to watch each a key punch operator for ters
Mr. Edmond
child in his or her class, and some kind security at the Chase-Manhattan: Bank in New Mrs., Mattie Gunder Parker, Miss Moore is a 1965 grad
doors or in the school yard could very easily stop this kind York City before entering the Mrs. Willie Mercer, Mr. and uate of Miburned Sr. High in
of abuse. Parents . get together and demand that some- Air Force. Mr. Dublin and is presently. em- h}
thing be done. Get some ideas on how it can be done and present Capt. Susan M.Wright,WAF Joe Henry Wilson Ferguson, Mr.,Mr.and and Mrs.Mrs. ployed by Eastern Airlines.
it to school board.
your commander
squadron explained -
Allen, Mrs. Theresa Young,
that Sergeant Jenkinsis Mr. Tillman Mr. Nelson is the son of
PRETTY GIRL OF THE WEEK: Abigail Tompkins the first recipient of the Leroy McMlllian and,Mrs Bernice and- Mrs. Gwendolyn Nelson, of
PRETTY BOY OF THE : (Urban Renewal) award under WAF Mr. 2164
Dude a new squadron Mrs Edward Stokes. NW 69th Lane. He is a
'VIP OF THE WEEK: Edward (National industrial Bank) program.Captain I would like to take this 1964 graduate of Miami Northwestern -
MOTHER OF THE WEEK: Ernestine Rolle institutedthe ..
Wright method of thanking all for Sr. High and is in the '''F' V- ..r."
plan recognize outstand- chef catering trade. PA'LA
QUICK NOTE DEPARTMENT: Reporter Nancy Beth Jack- WAF making my birthday one that MOORE .
ing airmen.
son of the Herald did a real nice piece on Assistant Attorney will be long remembered. :
Nominees for the honor
are
I General Jesse McCrary Jr. on Wednesday morning.And I also Thanks for everything.Mrs. .
Miami Ads
selected by the WAF NCOAd- Don't Cost
learned that Jesse Is one of two black Klwanians in the North
G Batchlar the first black local Mary Parker I
Miami Chapter. Larry was mem- r".' .1I } IJIt.\-JAJ They Pay
ber of Optimist...And Wright's editorial cartoon in the Newson ..., f
I Wednesday is really a gasser. It shows three riflecarrying & \ ..-.-.,

Afro wearing black students sitting on a college president's \
" desk, and the prexy dancing to their tune. . Vandals threw r"J. :

J a brick through Harry Smith's Varsity Barber Shop window on t", ., r :
15th Ave. Tuesday night. Second time in six months . Look
'for John Hoskins to go into the fish market soon . Esme 'f/ \

Bain, Frontier Club manager, has mended since accidentally
I shooting himself four weeks ago . There's an education : I

kick on locally with adults. Many are now signing up for f.rye b\: _ _ t
courses at night at Northwestern and Jackson. Why not go out '" '\, ;:
yourself and learn a new skill, or finish up that high school
education that you Interrupted years ago ? ? ?
LIVE LIFE EVERY GOLDEN MINUTE OF IT1! PEACE.



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J Jl '" J this whisky as something special.So .

J.'t I I"1 you drink it sparingly. '

Maybe 2 or 3 holidays a year.
... SANDRA BOURDREAUXMiss But if you had the good taste to buy L

it in the first place, why deny yourself? I
Sandra Ingraham and lire Try Crown Royal l on a day youdon't
Mr. Merven Bourdreaux were have off. You deserve it.
married Sunday morning at I
11 a.m. at St. Peters American }'

Catholic Church. Seagram's Crown Royal is good
Sandra is the daughter of so t

HOMER HUMPHREY, Owner Mrs. A r then la Ingraham of hate to drink it.
12335 NW 51st Street and Mr. you
DRUGS COSMETICS GREETING CARDS Bourdreaux Is an airman first
But if don't what good is it? I
class In the U. S.Alrforce.He you ,
DELIVERY
&
FREE PICKUP Is a native of Franklin, La.
and is the son of Mr.and Mrs.
\ MON. THUR SAT. 9 AM-9 PM SUM. 1 TO 5 PM Claude Bourdreaux of Franklin :Seagram'* Crown Royal-The legendary Canadian in the purple ack. $ ,

La. photo by Harrell. ;Blended Canadian Whiiky. 80 Proof. Seagram Diitillert Co..N.Y.C. N

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10 THE MIAMI TIMES, Friday, April 25, 1969 .. .. .. . . . .. 0

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I On The Scene With Miami. Youth V tl i r <31II i I


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By BRENDA JACKSON


Garth C. Reeves, Jr.

''' Among the many Interesting talents at Northwestern, we
find Miss Audrey Royal In the world of music.
IN THE INTELLECTUAL BAG: \ "As a beginner Audrey undoubtedly has a bright and hope.
Roy Innis, Associate National Director of CORE,and Julian ful future," says Clarence Reid her manager.
Bond, 29 year-old Georgia State Legislator, made up the two S
man panel who answered questionsto some 1,100 people Sunday Audrey's singing career began one afteroon when Clarence
night at the Temple Beth Am Forum Series. It was truly a Reid dropped by to see Audrey's sister, the well known Ella
great intellectual evening. < .Ko Washington. While there, he over heard Audrey singing In the
Bond, who is a man of great Intelligence,spoke to the point, $ kitchen and there It all began. Her record entitled "Playboy"
expounding on a particular subject only when he thought neces ', is out and can be heard on most of the local radio stations
sary. Innis, whom I considered even more articulate,won me She says It makes her feel good to know that she has a recordon
when he said and I quote "When the law conflicts with the the market.
reality of Justice, Justice should prevail." If only we all thought
this way.ARETHA. Q t' Audrey definitely plans to finish school, for she thinks that
talent Is only a small thing which one needs in becoming a
COVERS TROPIC: great performer. Audrey's goal Is to give her public all that

The number one soul sister Miss Aretha Franklin, was on she has and to make it to the top.

last Sunday's Tropic Magazine. The inside story told of The men faculty will be doing their thing, Thursday in a
,,Aretha's rise from the Sir John's Hotel Knight Beat to the basketball game with the Eastern Airlines' team.The admis-
plush La Ronde Room of Miami Beach's swank Fontainebleau sion is free and a dance will follow.

Hotel. Seniors have received their name cards and invitations.
It was interesting to find out that the Queen still cooks her Commencement will be June 18 at Miami Beach Auditorium..
own soul food and makes appearances singing at her daddy's jMMBnBBHDHraBHDVDBBBOBiinOB HHHBHMOwil&I -
church. (The Rev. C. L. Franklin) The Senior Class Play, "Rest Assured", will be presented
Wednesday, April 30, in the school auditorium. The cast In-
* * * * * * * Soul sip tU Wed
01( cludes. Otis Miles, Joe Thomas, Anthony Cole, Cassandra
AT THE PARTY SCENE: Calloway, Cynthia Blanford, Clyde McNeil, Gwen Harris,
Anthony Humes,Gerome White and Jimmy Martin were threeof All of,these bad kids running around have changeda Florri Stubbs, Nathaniel Rolle, Harold Clark,'Ernestine Brln-
the escorts for the Girls of the Year Ball last Friday night. lot of minds of girls who once wanted to be school son,Yvonne Evans and Benjamin Smart. The admission Is
The friendly trio decided to make it a fun fare for all and rent- I teachers, but not Juliette. The daughter of Mr. and $l.od for adults and 60$ for students.
ed a luxurious suite on the twentieth floor of the fabulous Mrs. Cyril Poitier wants to attend Bethune-Cookman :'III
Sheraton Four Ambassadors. The group threw a swinging. College and study elementary education. Her hobbies
party that wouldn't wait. are fashion designing, dancing and typing. She's presently Colleges Accept More

Among the pretty girls in attendance was the lovely Juliette a senior at Jackson.. I

Poitler, ,daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Cyril Poitier of 1344 NW -.::- Negroes
68th Terrace. Juliette's presentation added a little something
morn tn MIA affair far evorvnno She was! presented hv her
'
: ; ---- --- - -- CAMBRIDGE, Mass -Smith, Radcliffe, Vassar, Mt.
Uncle Sidney Yes,you read right Sidney Poitier the brotherof
,I I
I Seven Northeastern colleges Barnard and
girls Holyoke, Bryn
Julie's Dad, took a fast trip over from a Nassau cruise with '
his friend Sammy Davis, Jr. and escorted his little niece. I j Raider Reports \,I have accepted 418 Negro Mawr.
girls as incoming freshman, In all, figures announcedover
know you all have heard the expression "Walking On Air",
wel ,when you see Julie, ask her how it feels. L _... by CHRIS BATES ___ __ ..JY:1. I compared to 194 accepted a the weekend showed that
: 'T year ago. the colleges accepted 5,430
Thursday and Friday sen- office of vice-president from girls for the freshman class
AROUND TOWN: iors will be relaxing in the sun, two white opponents.A "Particular emphasis on_out. _ofJ lt Oappl1cat1ons.Last .
A sorrowful goodbye to Norvel Bethel, son of Mrs. Cynthia black applicants" was noted
on the many beaches around year the seven accepted
Bethel, of 1100 NW 31st Street, who is going into the Army on Miami. Thursday is Senior Talent Show has been by the Seven College Confer- 4,833 girls,out of almost the
the twenty ninth of this month. We will all Miss him. Skip Day for the senior classat planned for May 2.Many of the ence, composed of Wellesley, same number of applicants
Get well wishes to Gary,Range who spent a twenty-four Edison and Friday is a acts will come from clubs and
testing period in Brown-Sub's Christian Hospital. Hope it's organizations within the
Teacher Work Day. There is a
nothing serious. school. 'Try outs have begun:
picnic planned for senior skip
Twelfth graders at Miami Central, Miami Jackson and Miami day at the beach and there will and from there the show will
Edison celebrate "Senior Skip Day" today(Thursday)and it's be club parties on and off the be on its' way. There will be t M r
no school for us. Unfortunately our Junior, sophomore and beaches. dance numbers, solo singing '
freshmen friends must frolick in the classroom until their numbers, group numbers and ,

time comes. However it is an out day for all on Friday. Friday, April 17, at the one or two comedv routines.

* * * * * * * Greater Miami Athletic Con- tt
ference track meet, an Edison For the last few weeks each
The Amicettes who are said to be the prettiest girls in town sophomore Alvis Brown Jumped homeroom has held a basket-
will host the annual Cinderella Ball on this Thursday night at 23.6' which was almost a ball game against another of
Bay Front Park Auditorium. The young are sponsored by the foot better than the winning the same grade level. So far,
Zeta Phi Beta Sorority. distance Jumped in the vars- there has been a great re-

** * * * * * * ity events. His was one of the sponse fro m the homerooms, 11.
top three Jumps in the state but it seems that the ninth ,.
AT THE BALL this spring. High jumper Andrew grades are really willing to put

Nineteen beautiful girls were presented last Friday nightat Victrum did it again, he every effort forward. Some i: ,
the Sheraton Four Ambassadors.The occasion was the third> .
Jumped 61 which won him the >
ninth homerooms .
annual Girls of the Year International,bail;The young ladies all ;first plaqe position> in high grade have i:>;
their
own cheerleaders and
gowned in'white were;:Alvita,Brown. tynthlaBlaiiford,'Louie Jumping. J
cheering section. At the
Brown, Vivian, Brown; Joan Campbell, Berthine Dean, Diane
Dyes, Yvonne Edwards, Panzy Hendricks, Vernetta King, awards assembly, awards will
Kirkland Parks Glenda Edwards won In the go, to the homeroom that has ..
Sharolyn Beverly Gloria Perry, Juliette ..
She is the first black won the most and there ".
run offs. games
Poitier Rawls Denise
Shirlyn Beverly Royal, Sawyer,Roslyn
student to hold office in the will also be awards to
Smith and Atlenor Wise. After the cotillion the crowd dancedto an given
Student Council. She won the the, most valuable players.
the music of Charlie Austin and his group. It was a beauti-
'1 affair.

* * * * * * * Floridian Gets
King AwardRobert


45 OF THE WEEK: Oh Happy Day by the Edwin Hawkins E. Hardy, a sophomore Junior High here before enrolling .

Singers at Meharry Medical Col, at Meharry.His t

lege, has won the first, Martin father is a teacher at
ALBUM OF THE WEEK: Soul '69 by Aretha Franklin Luther King Jr. award pre- Lanier Junior High in Hallan- THEY DO THE "MILK THING"'These two

Until later, do your own thing! sented by the school. dale. young people are among outstanding high school,

Hardy, the son of Mr. and college and I junior i college youths being saluted
Mrs. Elliott K. Hardy of Car
ver Ranches, was selected for this year by the South Florida Dairy Farmers. Theyare

Wage Earning ClassesAvailable I the award from among 11 can Demetrius Smith, 'a top athlete at Miami Carol

didates nominated by the Me City High, and Sammiemae Roberts, homecomingqueen

for harry student body. at Miami Central High. The dairy farmers ares
He was presented a plaqueand
HOMEMAKERSLINDSEY cash award at the memorial a I ut in g these and other ,youngsters as part of a

HOPKINS EDUCATION CENTER service for King held radio-television campaign for milk now being con-
on the Meharry Campus ducted on South Florida each "MilkThing"
stations. After
Mon
Ladies'
Alterations ( Ready to Wear) Thursday. ?

Drapery Making Hardy is a graduate of Mi- commercial, special messages are deliveredon
(Factory & Custom' Methods) Mon or Wed> ami Northwestern High and radio and television ,saluting the students and

Gourmet Party Foods Mon' or Thurs Miami-Dade Junior Collegeand announcing some of their accomplishments. The
the University of South program is to
designed to recognition
give public
For Information phone 350-3231 Florida in ,
Tampa. Pr the their
majority of young people who contribute
Hardy taught at Rockaway schools and communities



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I Bassett, Reeves And Russell" To Get AJC Human Relation Awards.. ,I


The greater Miami Chapterof eign Affairs Department. Ac- Recipients of the Miami AJC Federation, will receive the religious rights of people at Dr. Segal Is responsible for
the American Jewish Com- cording to Mr. Boas, Imme- Human Relations awards will Miami AJC's Jewish Com- home and abroad, and seeks the administration of the AJC
mittee will hold its 17th An- diate past president of the Mi- be Mr. Harry Hood Bassett, munal Service Award. The Improved human relations for offices in Paris, Buenos
nual Meeting and Dinner Danceon ami AJC Chapter, Dr. Segal's chairman of the Board of the three recipients of these all men everywhere. .Aires, Rio de Janeiro, Sao
Saturday evening, May 3 at topic will be "Israel: War of First National Bank of Miami awards were selected by the The Hon. Arthur J. Gold- Paulo and Jerusalem. He also
the DuPont Plaza Hotel,it was Peace." and Mr. Garth C, Reeves, Greater Miami AJC after an berg, former Associate Jus- coordinates the work of field
announced this week by the In addition to Dr. Segal's president of the United Black intensive and careful study of tice of the United States Su- correspondents In Europe and
chairman of the Annual Meet- presentation Dr. Joseph R. Federation.In several nominations. preme Court is President of North Africa. In addition Dr.
ing, Mr. Alfred Boas. The Narot, president of the Greater addition Mr. Robert Rus- Founded in 1906,the American American Jewish Committee, Segal Is a trustee of the Me-
guest speaker is Dr. Simon Miami AJC Chapter will sell, 1969 campaign chairmanof Jewish Committee was which has its national office morial Foundation for Jewish
Segal, Director of the American present Three awards to dis- the Combined Jewish Appealof this country's pioneer human and Institute of Human Rela- Culture, established by funds
Jewish Committee For tinguished local personalities. the Greater Miami Jewish relations organization. It is tions in New York City. from the Conference on Material -
dedicated to combatting bigo- As Director of the AJC's Claims against Ger-
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Winners of the Afro-American Art Show at Miami-Dade Junior College Southare

congratulated by South Campus Vice President Dr. John L. Forbes, left,
andJuan Thomas, right. The artists are Lionel Bryan, second from left, Chris
topher Mallard, center, and Fred R. Williams II, second from right. Thomas is

on the staff of the Community Services Dept. which sponsored the show in a
search for talented high school art students.


I Model City Must Fill Empty ChairThe I

staff of Model City and elect a new chairman. an honest one. Help make and
the members of the Employment Any resident of the Model keep citizen participation( a
Task Force would like to City area who is over 16 years reality in Miami's Model City.
express their appreciation of age and is Interesting in For this meeting,if you have
the work Mr. Leon Burrows solving problems in employ children who cannot remain \ ,
has done as chairman of the ment, training Job scarcity, home unattended, bring them;
Task Force. It is with great and business ownership is urgently if you need transportation, or
regret that we have accepted requested to consider can provide it for some of
Mr. Burrows' resignation, joining the Task Force as a your neighbors, contact Model
which was submitted to us after member or seeking nomination City's office.
he received his notice of for the chairmanship.The \
induction into the armed ser- revltillzatton meeting will beheld TOOTHACHEDon't
vices. His departure is a great Monday, April 21 at 7:30
loss to us. p.m. at Primary C School. suffer -relieve
It is vital to the success of Concerned persons of all pain In seconds dentists as millions recommend do with
ORAJEL. Many
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Employment problems of the necessary for this committeeto professional treatment. >X'T__JM_ .t 'X_
that be effective please let ,1 !i
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Educationally Deprived, Under-Employed is

by Joe Black
Relationships between the black community, Cuban that foster progress toward improving race relations may I
refugees and the white community in Miami are the sub- actually face less opposition than the dominant elementin
ject of a report released by the Center for Advanced International the community now believes.
Studies at the University of Miami. School integration in the area is complicated by the de
The report is the result of a six-week study of Miami facto segregation in housing and geographic concentrationof Ever since I was a small boy, the word

conducted by the Center from June 24 to August 2, 1968, Negro children. Cuban children have been bussed to '"quitter" had a bad meaning. Calling another
under a federal contract with the Department of Housingand ease the burden of over-concentration, but bussing of
kid invitation in the-
a quitter was a sure to a rap
Urban Development. The UM study was one of nine Negro children has not been undertaken, the study notes.
carried out by major universities in the United States. mouth. Today. there's a new word that means
Dr. Clyde C. Wooten, assistant director of the Center The study used material made available by The Miami almost the same thing as "quitter.." That wordis
and director of its Herald, assembled during a major research effort on com
Research Institute for Cuba and the "drop-out." It's used to describe thousands of
Caribbean directed the munity relations in 1968, and notes that in a Herald survey
project. Entitled"Psycbo-Social
Dynamics In Miami," it analyzed problems created by the of 25 Negro grievances, police brutality ranked last. young Americans. who just up and quit when
racial and ethnic mixture of whites, Negroes and CubansIn The UM study notes the exposure of ghetto residents to the going gets rough at school or on a job.

the metropolitan area and also explored the needs and crime and the survey-supported need for better police Of course,quitting is a cinch! You just walk

planning required to Improve the situation of the disad- protection.In away! And for the time beingyou're the boss.
vantaged and to relieve .
potentially explosive tensions.Dr. .
Edward Sofen, UMprofessor of government,servedas an over-all view, the study points up the need Your own man. Free as a bird. And you've got
throughout the United States for "better of
assistant director of the project which involved num- understanding something going for you. You're young. And
urban problems better teaching of urban-related studies
erous UM professors, students and research assistants because lot of
greater exposure of faculty and students to urban studies you're young, people excuse a
as well as members of the Greater Miami community and
professors from five other universities. and research, more extensive and effective citizen things. You don't beat up a baby for breakinghis

Improved coordination of services for the disadvantagedNegro participation in the study of urban problems and metro- bottle. But old father time soon comes along

more flexible public transportation in ghetto areas politan organization and management." swinging his scythe. You get older. People stop

and an in-depth study of individual urban problems are Others participating |tn the study from the University of feeling sorry for you. 41. stop trying to under-
needed in Miami, according to the report.In Miami were: Dr. Ross'Beiler, professor of government; : stand you. And then it hits you. You're unedu-
discussing leadership in Miami, the 650-page study Dr. David Cartano, assistant professor of sociology; Dr.
notes that this area. with its cated. Trained for nothing but being angry.
multiple municipal juris- H. W. Hutchinson, professor of anthropology; Dr.JackA.
dictions, geographically divided black communities and Kapchan, professor of psychology; Dr. Richard Sterne, For the first time you realize. you haven't
politically divided Cubanslacks organizational man- then adjunct associate professor of sociology at UM and changed the world at all.
dates, as well as individuals of wide influence and au- now with the State University of New York at Brockport; Sad picture? You bet! Because what youdon't
thority usually associated with leadership.The and Dr. Thomas A. Wills, professor of law.
Negro image of a white "power structure" -- do for yourself when you're young, in the
where decisions Participants from other universities included: Dr. of and and education
are easily reached and generally go way training learning ,
against black Interests .. contracts with the reality James Conyer, sociologist from Atlanta University;Dr.
: William Ellis, political scientist of Northwestern Uni- you just can't make up in that short time ahead,
namely,
Dr. Richard Fisher from the Lam- when you're older.
versity; psychiatrist
decision-making ambiguous and indecisive In many areas.In J
the riot situation of last summer, it appeared to come berg Center for the Study oTVlolence at Brandeis Uni- Sound like corn? Most real-life things do.

as a surprise to many blacks tthat no single person seem- versity; Dr. Scott Greer, sociologist of Northwestern But while you've got your youth...you can turn
Louis Masotti scientist from
Dr. political
University
ed to be able to make commitments resolve grievances. ; ,
around But have Because M
things you've gotta
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guts.
Case Western Reserve University and Dr. George Wll-
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On the other hand the shows
study that the image of
black leadership among whites and Cubans Is formed by ber, director of the Institute of Urban and Population it's a lot tougher to drop back IN than it
Research of Louisiana State University. was to drop-out. Think about that and
the prominence given to black individuals in the white- remem-
dominated news media and does not reflect adequately the Other participants Included: Dr. :Edith Lord,psycholo- ber what that old philosopher known as
real black leadership situation. gist who recently returned from Nigeria and who now "Anonymous" once said. "Grab onto life whenyou're
According to the report, the term "leader" actually teaches part-time at UM and Robert Blum, assistant to
does not apply now to anyone in the Cuban community, Mal r"JohnLindsay, of New York City. young. .",,'cause you're not going to pass
The report shows thatthe; Greater Miami community this way again. .(
has not moved decisively in areas necessary to resolve I )!I Joe'&fackVice '
community grievances and to relieve ethnic tensions, I
partly because of the lack of coherent leadership. PresidentThe
In discussing Miami's two principal minority groups Greyhound Corporation
the Negro and the Cuban refugee--the study notes that the Jack's MEN'S WEAR(

Miami Negro is ghetto-bound, educationally deprived, !
under-employed or unemployed, and without equal access SEE ''MR. JACK"" I
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to the rewards of American society.Dr. FOR
Wooten put it this way: "In an economic sense, the STYLES FOR ALL AGES
Miami Negro is living in the midst of the equivalent of a .
The Latest in Men'i Fashions
great American depression, although he is surrounded by j Very Call
manifestations of the affluent society." i SILK MOHAIR SUITS HATS

Although the Miami area has changed much in recent | I ITALIAN SHOES
years, the changes have been much more dramatic for j I CHARLES
MIAMI FL03I3AJf
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the white than for the black Miamian."In .
Miami, as in most major metropolitan areas, Job 7 ROGERS
opportunities are being created at a greater rate at a
greater,distance from black ghettos,"Dr.Wooten pointedout. AT PL 1-7502
"But economic opportunity to the ghetto dweller Is .- : ,__.,....T ___S__ I
limited by lack of cheap transportation, geared to L FOR A GOOD BUY ON A
economic realities and to the social needs of our sprawl $5 Down PIANO, ORGAN, SCOTT
ing metropolitan area." STEREO OR ORCHESTRA
The study indicates that the Cuban refugee.to a significant On INSTRUMENTS. I
degree, the transplanted elite which fled Fidel
Castro .- is quite well educated and well motivated to I 1 4
achieve success in the competitive American society.But ,"\
the study also shows that the Cuban refugee has been the ; ,I II
recipient of assistance of all kinds -- education,training i .
and welfare -. which has not been available to the disadvantaged t

American, black or white. : iii
Noting the large number of agencies and programs on- .
volved in handling the problems of Miami's poor and dis- 5"
advantaged, Dr. Wooten balled the Cuban Refugee Pro-
gram a s a model which might be used to provide better ;
coordination of relevant services and activities and to j "
provide better Information services to those in need (The t"" ; "" .
federal refugee program is sponsored by the Department j FOR MUSIC LOVERS;LJSPPItO:; INCHES \YIDE'TV's tO

of Health, Education and Welfare.).
Dr. Wooten noted that universities and colleges afford ; STEREOS
Individual cities with excellent research resources to help i
with their particular problems, which are far more unusual 8 SPEAKERS
and particular to each individual metropolitan area j
than is often believed. & FURNITURE
In this connection, he pointed out that the University of j 0 '
Miami has recently established a Center for Urban Stu- i

dies,headed by Dr. Carl E.B. McKenry Jr.,which offers 3790900PHONE
a diversified capability for the study of urban problems.This 4WE
Center is currently coordinating a substantial array j
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16 THE MIAMI TIMES, Friday, April 25, 1969 _ - _

Smothers hTCh-1;; Ford Foundation Gives $3,457,280 To

I 1 Aid Black StudentsNEW

Prize Winner! !I IMiss YORK Support fora With a $550,000 grant,Tex- tended Texas Southern.
.. of to help as Southern University in Many of the students attend-
variety programs
Brenda Seymour, for- has been selectedMiss Nancy outstanding charm, personal meet the rapidly changing Houston will provide funds for ing Texas Southern are from
merly of Montgomery Ala- Taylor Career Girl of the Yearin appearance, and professional needs of black college studentswas additional faculty, faculty salary low-income families. More
bama, and currently in resi- the contest held by Charron- skills, as developed In train announced this week by raises, library expansion, than half of the 87 students now
dence at "Centre House", Williams College at the, Pan ing in the Nancy Taylor the Ford Foundation. Programs scholarships, and student and attending the law school work
1400 NW 10th Avenue, Miamithe American Bank of Miami. Course. funded by grants total- faculty recruitment for its park time; more than 20 per
dormitory for students of She was chosen over many Miss Seymour is now being Ing $3,457,280 Include: school of law. cent work full time. Yet, the
Charron Williams College, other entrants on the basis ofMiss entered in the United States __ strengthening of Texas Since 1947, the school has school's scholarship fund for
Regional Contest among en- Southern University law attempted, with extremely all law students totals only
trants from 400 other business school, the only Negro law limited means, to meet the slightly more than $1,500 a
schools, and will vie for the school in the Southwest. need for Negro graduates, year
Grand International prize, a -- curricular innovation particularly those sensitive to
free three week trip to London, projects of the Southern Re- the needs of low-income mi- The grant funds will alsobe
1x Rome and Paris as part of a gional Education Board and the nority families. Fewer than 90 used to raise salaries, and to
o European Seminar programthe Institute for Services to Education of the 18,000 lawyers admit- add three additional full-time
Nancy Taylor Schools .for predominantly Ne- ted to practice law in Texas faculty members, an assis-
across the country offer to gro colleges. are Negroes and two-thirds of tant dean for student recruit
their students. __ summer programs at these Including most of the Ne- ment, an assistant librarian,
Judges for the local:: contest seven predominantly white gro lawyers in Houston,at- and a secretary.
included Mr. Jim Wilson, and two predominantly Negro
president of the Pan American colleges for black students interested -
Bank of Miami, Mr. Jim in pursuing graduate PERSONAL MENTION
Redmond, personnel officer of studies.
that bank and on'the distaff --evaluation and publication Past Grand Dt. Ruler Georgians house guest for the week past
side, Miss Sandra Smith and of college and university Powell Davis of Civil Dt. Ruler H a r r let t Beaten-
r Mrs. Mercedes Schaefer,also programs for black studentsby Liberties Fez Club a memberof bough Adams of Woodstock
of the Pan American Bank ot Teachers College(Columbia Pride of Bronx Temple#699 Temple and Mrs. Beatrice
Miami, as well as "Jacqueline University). Bronx, N. Y. and her husband Johnson and Mrs.Brooks Jen-
of the Miami Herald." -- strengthening relations past Exalted Ruler Bro.LewisS. kins of 851 E. 169th St.,Bronx
The Smothers Brothers among black faculty membersin Davis of Pride of Bronx' N. Y.
:, comedy team' will now decide sociology, economics, Lodge #1007 Bronx, N.Y. who
: V' who the grand prize winner mathematics, and political retired from his Job after 34 For Mr. Davis and Mr.
will be. science through curricular years as a custodian in the Police Johnson old Miamian this
41 On being told she had won the conferences-recruitment and Dept. of City of N.Y.in the is their first visit since 1920.
-- local contest, Miss Seymour counseling of black students at, 42nd Precent, 149 St. and 3rd Mrs. Jenkins and her husbandare
broke into tears."Howgreat"she white colleges and universi- Avenue who were fortunate to the proud owners of two
: :L = r said. "To think, I almost ties and the Improvement of purchase a home December grocery stores and and is her
hti' : didn't get here. I couldn't find administrative organization 1968 in Carol City at 20600 first visit to the state of Florida -
the way to the Bank, but my predominantly Negro schools. NW 33rd Ave., have as their .
roommate kept insisting that
1 rr we keep trying, so we did. I
was late getting here."I real-
:ly think Nancy Taylor has
helped me so much. I didn't
know very much about make-
up or the kind of clothes to
wear to the office, or poise. Money Talks T
And!"look at me now...a winner ;

Brenda Seymour is the
daughter of Mr. and Mrs. d R
Willis\' S e y motor of Mont-
omer :AlabamalAn attrac-
tive well spoken 19 year old,
, she is a graduate of St. Jude .
'a M 1M High School of that city. She
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Williams College in September -
1968.


Brenda Seymour, winner of local Nancy tw

Taylor contest sponsored by Charron-Williams College 3 SLICK BLACK
She is now entered as a finalist in the national K t IA
DOUBLE ACTION
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o NEIGHBORHOOD Eyy
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Q Grove JACKSONHighlights
p\ SERVICES




ACTIVITIES OUR CHURCHES:

On Sunday, April 27, St. Paul AME will have their Wo-
center held a dance
The Opa-locka Saturday, April 19. The
men's Day program. The speaker will be Mrs. Marie Carl,
attendance was great with a total of 80 youngsters. The dance
executive director of the EOPI the theme is"Missions of
was well supervised with five staff members andOpa-locka's Today's Women."
community relations officer Bill Sbingo. Everyone was pleased -
and hope that we can again have such a nice affair. Staff IN OUR SCHOOLS:
member Linda Weintraub was in charge, hats are off to her Frances S. Tucker Elementary PTA Is sponsoring"Candy
.. Sale" which will The raised will be usedto
for the splendid job she did. "- '------ begin April 28. money
Mr. and Mrs. Dothen Gillis celebrated their purchase'drapes for the cafeteria so that films may be
Sunday, April 20, the Bunche Park Social Club held a tea at first anniversary Sunday, April 20. Their guests shown during the school day or the weekends.
the neighborhood center. There was a short musical and refreshments Co Tuesday, April 22, the Cavaliers will play.South Dade at
were Elder Butler and Sister Butler; Deacon Spencer -
were served. Fifty people attended. Mrs. Lelia Harris Field in a baseball game.
Henderson was in charge. and Sister Spencer; their lovely church mother,
their families and Mrs. Ollie Gordon. Thanksto IN OUR COMMUNITY: .
Opa-locka Nelghbord Center is proud to welcome aboard Congratulations! Mr. and Mrs. William Lee on your new arrival -
the two new workers, who started in our center Monday. Mrs. everyone. of baby girl, Brlgette Darnella.
Madgeline Dixon and Mrs. Ceola Walker are with "Searchand If there are any persons in the Coconut Grove area interested -
Serve Program", and their Job is to serve the elderly Jobless Ranks Diminish In Dade in Joining the organization of the Urban League of Greater '
citizens in our area. It is our honor to have these delightful Miami, please contact me at 448-7067.
Get well wishes to Mrs. Rosetta Jackson who is bedriddenat
women on our team. If any one would like to have further information -
in reference to this program, please call our center Dade's total unemploymentof ed slightly for March, 1969, Jackson Memorial Hospital.
681-4683, and Mrs. Sweeting will be happy to help you. 2.8 percent for March 1969as comparable figures showed a Many people in the Coconut Grove area are asking about the
compared with the National sizeable 4.6 percent increaseover "Sensations". The Sensations consisting of Ricky Holton,Des-
level of 3.3 percent Indicates the March, 1968 totals. mond Boone, Eliot Statem, Johnny Barr and Marvin Robinsonare
CHILD OPPORTUNITY CENTER: that Dade Is forging ahead This heavy Increase in non- busy practicing for their new record they are about to cut,

Much was accomplished at the Parent-Teacher Group meet- in all areas of employment, farm wage and salary workersin which will come out in June.

ing held at St. Phillips Child Opportunity Center April 18,It Harry L. Tyson, MetropolitanArea the past twelve months
was decided that films would be shown for a small fee on a Supervisor, Florida shows a strong economy and SOUTH MIAMI ECPI OPEN .
highly successful tourist HOUSE
regular basis starting Friday, at 7:30 p.m. May 2. Refresh- State Employment Service announced -
ments will be on sale. This money will be used for needed today. The figures, season. The largest over the The South Miami Economic the direction of Mr. Arthur
equipment at the center.St. released today, show that Job month percentage Increaseof Opportunity Programme.Neighborhood Evans and the Southwest High
less ranks are diminishing in 1.0 percent was recorded in Center an- School Girls Glee Club and

Phillips will be among the very]privileged centers, since Dade with total unemployment, finance Insurance and real nounces its first open house Boys Glee Club under the direction -
swimming lessons will be given at Bunche Park Pool by Instructor including Cuban refugees, .estate. The, leading yearly to be held Sunday, at 6581 SW of William Johnson and
Norman Cormartie. estimated at 16,200 in March percentage gain was recordedin 59t h Place. Everyone Is invited Mrs. B. White. The programwill
1969, and which comprise 2.8 the contract construction There will be refresh- be divided into two seg-
Open house has been scheduled for Sunday, May 4, at 3:30: percent of an estimated work trades with an 8.3 percent ments and door prizes. ments from 3:30 unti14:30 and
p.m. Expected guests and speakers include, Mrs. Marie S. force total of 570,300. Jump in employment. Factory from 5. 6. Mr. Garth Reevesof
Carl, Mr. David Pemberton, Fr. William O'Connell, and Mr* workers remain' active and Appearing on the program the Black Federation will
Benny L. O'Berry. The public Is invited. Although nonfarm wage and employment in manufacturingremain will be the Miami North- speak. Please come and bringa
salary employment only gain- steady. western Concert Choir underIN friend.



Liberty Child City 1J1ten1s j- SPECIAL CARLOAD PURCHASE


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Opportunity CenterThe of 6Otb stOr We bought A solid carload of furniture and are
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Parents' Advisory Southern offering you the savings

Council held their meeting at furniture co.
our Center (Liberty City Child
Opportunity) on April 9. The
council is in the process of
enforcing the rules of the Child
Opportunity Pro g ram.They
are most concerned with late
pick-ups of children. The ad-
visory committee of Liberty
City COG is at present mak-
ing home visits to our parents,
trying to find out reasons for
various problems, and reminding -
the parents to attend
meetings and be involved in the
program. The centers Involved -
in our area meeting(advi-
sory council)are Brownsville,
Manor Park, James E. Scott,'
and Liberty City.
The Funding Committee of
Liberty City Child Opp.Center
sponsored a "bake sale" on
Saturday April 5. They wish
to thank all parents and staff
members who contributed.We .

are happy to welcome to r e" sale! famous steel 3
Bunting quality
the center, members of the :i ; rr passenger
NYC that have recently started / t
to 'work here. On Sunday ., .. glider & choice of chair or rocker
afternoon April 27 from 4-6
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A.i
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p.m., we have planned a tea
and be l Both "1 A Glider .. . .. .. .. .. 34.95
fashion show that will
held at our center 1900 NW Pieces ,.p4L11 6 Choir .... .... .. . . ..1295
75th Street. We are extendinga .+.!.r Rocker ... .... ,,.. . .1295'.

special invitation to
Interested In attending.anyone We : '+ 4 Smart Bunting steel glider plus chair or rocker, beautifully finished with double coat of

have planned a delightful pro- ( ;_ baked-on enamel on seats and backs combined with gleaming, polished, smudge re ill- s
gram for enjoyment.The tant, aluminum armrests! All new, patented Ball-Glide insures.smooth, effortless glide
your
staff extends deepest -withoutnoise or side sway! Put 'em out, leave 'em out! They're carefree' . weatherthe

sympathies to Mildred Dean most rugged use.

and Mildred Gray; both have
recently lost loved ones, and .
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also to Mrs. Marie Carl, our i. ,J :
executive director, who recently -

lost. her mother. TERMS. . Yes and up to 24 months to pay I Ali
Miami financing Is handled In our office by our personnel Southern
and outside Involved. "
no lending companies are
Furniture Co. Only a small down payment Is required on any size Furniture Co
purchase and he will be worked out to '.'
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Children's Hospital is' doing his share to boost another penny "Ortho" gives you an GALLON

ticket-sales for the benefit performance of "Plaza 'extra gallon. ((2 GALLONS FOR $4.99))

Suite", starring David Wayne and Barbara Bel

Geddes, on May 14th at the Coconut Grove Play

house.

The comedy hit is sponsored by Alpha Omega .
Dental Auxiliary to raise funds for the support of DELUXE

the Dental Clinic at the hospital. *

Mrs Robert Apfel, (L) is chairman of thetheatreparty SHOCK-PROOF

and reception, and Mrs. Howard Rosenis

auxiliary president., tftLi V4-IN. DRILL

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professional group. She
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worked as a substitute teacher %; Now you get a powerful motor that puts a straight-line thrust
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In the public schools In East 1/
Orange, N; 'J.;; assistant director !y behind drill bit for easier control and more accurate drilling.

Friendly NeighborhoodHouse f'' This drill is double insulated 'for safety from electric shock
Newark, N. J.
Is hazards. The recessed locking button can't lock accidentally.
Mrs. Millard presently
A'' director of the Newark Day
Center, Broadway Unit.
Family in Miami:old Miami

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merly of Miami now residing Naomi and Samuel Grant and
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22 THE MIAMI TIMES Friday April 25 1969
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Fambro of 3332 NW 49 22nd Larry Court Cave Opa-locka of 14250, died NW Morris Russ of 110 Frow
I' I CARDS MEMORIALS DEATHS ]I II Ave. Coral Gables,died April
St., died April 20 at Jackson Thursday, April 17.He is sur- ,
Hospital. He is survived by vived by his mother :Ruth, fa-,, 18 at home. Services will be
his wife Flora; a daughter THER John; two sisters Gal l held Saturday, 4 p.m. from st.

IN MEMORIAM Susie Rivers; three sons and Robin. Services will be Mary's Baptist Church He Is
IN MEMORIAM }IN MEMORIAMIn Robert, Oliver and Rufus Lee; held Saturday, 12 p.m. at survived by his sister Daisy

I In loving memory our to memory ofAUGUSTUS 14 grandchildren; five great- Refuge Church of Our Lord Wolforks, one niece, one nephew -

I I dear pictured loved.. one Of. I ICHARLIE I Ir Is loved loving husband memory of mybe- 1. MY""? ...._ grandchildren Whitley two brothers; a sister George Annie Opa-locka. .

JACK HARDY and Abraham.; .Services will be Joseph: Young of 5546 NW 9 Leon Butts of 610 SW 8th

who departed tis life April held Saturday 3:30: p.m. at Ave., died April 15. Servicesare Ave., Homestead, died Sunday,
incomplete. 20 at James Archer
28, 1965. Antioch Baptist Church April
We miss your cheery smile Horace Gosha, Jr. of 2320 Baby Young of 753 NW 68th Smith Hospital. He is survived -

and the friendly wave of your NW 73rd Ter., a student at St., died April 17. Survives by his grandparents Deacon -
hand. All we can say is God Northwestern High School, include mother Theresa and and Mrs. Hankerson.Ser-
knows best and has taken you died April 20 as a result of a father Isaac. Services are in- vices will be held Saturday

borne to rest. Sleep on dear r drowning accident. He is survived complete.Mrs. 12 noon from William Chapel

, ,. one upon his breast. by his parents Mr. and Mallssia Mae Humesof Freewill Baptist Church

Mrs. Horace Gosha, Sr.; four 15755 NW 158th St.Rd.,died
Sadly missed by his wife: F sisters, three brothers. Services April 20. Services will be held I Services for Mrs. Nettie

w Marie Hardya will be Saturday, 1 p.m. Thursday in the chapel, 5 p.m. Green of House #10 Day Ave.,
niece, Marie and Friends In the chapel. Members of the Remains will be shipped to\ Princeton, Fla., were held on
Eastern Star askedto Saturday morning from Morn-
Lodge are Spartanburg, S. C.
be 8 died Satur- ingstar Baptist Church She is
present Friday, p.m. James Malloy,
departed JAMES this WILLIAMSwho life April CARD OF THANKSWe /M- .- for services in the chapel. day, April 12, atJacksonHos- survived by three daughters.

WILLIAMSwho Samuel Lyle of 2158 NW $4 pital. Arrangements are incomplete -'
24,1967. the family ,of the late departed this life April 1 St., died April 20 at Coral .
As long as life and
memory
last we will remember thee. """ ", ]hi 27, 1968. Gables Covalescent H 0 me. James Moses of 1431 NW RAHMINGS

We who love you,sadly miss( He Is survived by his wife 71st St. #16, died Thursday, Mrs. E stir a Peterson of
you as it dawns a year in our Mary; a sister Emma Cooper;' April 17 at Jackson
missed Hospital.
Sadly : 1205 NW 62 Lane, was DOA
hearts Only God knows why and a nephew Spencer Sto-
and He is survived by his mother
Mr. Mrs. James Williams at Jackson Hospital, April 17.
and understands. We love you, vail. Services will be Saturday
Clara Howard
J. ,father JamesJ.
parents
She is survived by one daugh-
but God loves best. April 26,11 at New
you a.m. Hope
Elouise Nelson and family Rant let Church_ Moses; three sisters Gail, ter Nellie P. Taylor of New
Jessie M. Johnson and Debra and la Ketha! one bro
York and sister Edwards
a Sybil -
Elizabeth Scott, mother James Taylor, Jr. 1145 NW
family sisters. ther Earnest; grandmother Services will be held
Homer S. Scott, stepfather list St., died April 20. He is Ollie .
Mrs. Mae Smith
grandfather -
10 at SaintPeter's
Saturday a.m.
Wanda Williams, wife survived by his parents Mr.
John Smith Services
> Children and Family and Mrs. James Taylor, Sr. ; American Catholic
IN MEMORIAMIn t of were held Wednesday, 3 p.m. J Church.
Macon, Ga. He willbeship- in the
CARD OF THANKSThe chapel.C. .
ped Thursday to Macon, Ga.
loving memory.. .of the family of the late for burial. T. Cochran 6229 NW 13 Shade Davis of 1000 NW 52
":" Mrs. Fannie Jackson 1770 Ct., died Saturday, April 19. was DOA at Jackson Hospital

I ,&hI"fi.'Ii NW 84th St., died April 22 at He is survived by his wife April 19. She Is survived by
) W I Cedars of Lebanon Hospital. Alice; sons James and (two sisters Lena Thomas and
{ 1< .,
.... ... He is survived by two sons Jimmie; one daughter Laura; 'Marie Davis;; one brother John
CHARLES AMBROSE L. B. and Otis; two daughters daughter-inlaw Jeraldine. He Authur Davis. Services will beheld

wish to express sincere thanks Alberta Knight and McLean will be shipped to Camilla, Thursday 2 p.m.atSpiri-
and appreciationtoallfriends Vickers; grandchildren; Ga. Saturday. (tual Guidance Temple of Truthin

neighbors, and relatives for three great grandchildren a Froster Robinson of 853 Pompano.Mrs. .

numerous cards, telegrams, brother Zlnk White. Arrange- NW 43rd St., died April 11.
flowers, covered dishes, do- ments are Incomplete. He is survived by one sister Irene S. Myers of 1207

nations, and all other acts of Willla M. Smith Crump, bro- NW 62nd Lane, died in Vene-
sympathy and kindness shownus ther-in-law Charlie Crump, tian Nursing Home April 16.
during our bereavement. RICHARDSONServices nephew Curtis and Vernon 'She Is survived by Mrs. Lillian

Special thanks to Rev. L.A. .. Ford. ,Services were held Jons and one godchild Treba.
. Thompson, officers; mem- c'RAY for Thadden, John- Tuesday In the chapel. 'Services, were held Saturday,

:: .:::::::::.;.'.' bers, Choirs Nos. 1 and 2 and who departed DENNIS this life April 1 sonof 1060 NW 11th Ave.., Miami Willie Williams of 1931 NW April 19 in the chapel.

..:.;.......;.;.. '. ';'.' Male Chorus of Temple Bap- 22, 1968, wish to express our' will be held Thursday, 163rd St., died April 21. He is
tist Church, also the Chorus April 24 at 10 a.m. from St.
survived by his wife Rosa Lee
BISHOP A. M. COHEN, Union and South Broward Fun- heartfelt thanks and sincere 1 Agnes Episcopal Church. He three ; BUNCHE PARK PTA
daughter Betty Gar-
(April 19 1959)) appreciation to our numerous 1
is survived three -
by daughters
eral Home. May God bless
who passed away to the great all. you friends and neighbors for the 1 two nephews: ,three grand land, Mildred Henry, Fannie(l The PTA will end its school
beyond ten years ago. Some of many kindness, during our daughters one grandson. Robinson; one brother Trubie; year Friday night, April 25
you may have forgotten this The Family period of bereavement. Your one sister Edna Dunbar; and 1 with a banquet and social get

God sent Natural Father, and IN MEMORIAMIn prayers, visits, telephone: Services for Willie Butlerof ten great grands and nine 1 together In the school cafe-

Spiritual Father, but the calls, telegrams, caads! 927 NW 3rd Ave., Miami grands. Services will be Saturday torium. The public is invited
loving memory of my letters and other acts of 3 p.m. at First Baptist: with donation of
family will never forget the dear wifeEVELYN will be held April 24,at 2 p.m. a $2.50. See
"Father" who brought many kindness offered to us the In the chapel. He is survived church of Bunche Park. any PTA member or call the

soul's to Christ, as well as, comfort that we needed In 1 by a devoted wife Emma. school The officers will be .
giving them an enthrone to rule i order to endure' that difficult GOLDEN AND installed and awards and

over the House of God by His period. GREEN TEA prizes.

dying. : ....- He Is gone but not forgotten, IN Miami District Laymen's
:
"Love one another as Christ ; "... '!'I II, we loved him but God love MEMORIAMIn Organization invites you to attend Make your reservations
<
loved us all" .!. : -' 1". "fJ ? : him best. sad but loving memoryof its Golden and Green t nowl!
'. : Eloise Gray mother and my stepfather Tea, Sunday, April 27 at Mar-
The Cohen Family '- I Gloria Gray, wife tin Memorial AME Church, Willie Cason, PTA, presi- ,
14740 Lincoln Boulevard, dent and Mrs. Sylvia Lambert .
,
Richmond Heights, from 3 to i is principal.MR. .
CARD OF THANKS :, IN MEMORIAMIn 5 p.m.
} loving memory of our
The family of the late iioVi dear
r I ; one t

FULLER ROBINSON tC

who departed this life April

24, 1968.

Rest eternal grant her 0, ,
Lord and let perpetual light ::' : ':.
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C shine upon her. May she rest '':li li't"' (i'!::(":>',':} :
in peace. : : ,','t. -....,-.__ _
Sadly missed by her husband 1J ":,,' ,,:, : : REV. FREDERICK MYERS

William B. RobinsonIN : :}ii ': who departed this life April
,
,. ,,.,,. I' 25, 1967.
MEMORIAM l ,
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Why should we weep when
Y"I.
the weary ones rest,
In the bosom of Jesus su-

I preme, in the mansion of glory
prepare for the blest?
MR. WILLIAM INGRAHAM
For death is no more thana
who departed this life on April dream.
: MR. WILLIE LOGAN 25, 1965. Stepdaughter, LESTER ALBERT OWNER

I wife, Mrs. Ruther Logan and When evening shades are Mrs. Christine Lewis

son, Willie Logan Jr. would falling We have kept the Faith . Your best ,m
i like to express their appreciation And we sit in quiet alone IN MEMORIAM interest will always be served when call
to members of First To our hearts there comesa you

Baptist Church of Bunche MM'M longingIf In memory of my dear brother the . .
of Al- he only could come home.
Park and to the House
bert staff. They would also Friends may thing we have DAVID THOMASwho House of Albert

i like to thank all their friends forgotten departed this life April
When at times they see us 25, 1960.
for their loving kindness. '''''- Where service begins and never ends
BENNY F. GRANT smile, Gone, but notforgotten.May
; From the Logan Family, who departed this life April But they little know the heartache his soul rest in peace and per THREE LOCATIONS TO SERVE YOU

may God bless,'and keep your 23, 1968. petual light shine on him. LIBERTY CITY OPALOCKAPERRINE
all Rest eternal grant unto him Our smiles hide all the time
MU 8-3311
691.7661 2388801I
Mrs. Logan and son O Lord, and may light perpetual Mrs Floris Johnson, Spero Sweeting, sister and :
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Teenage Burglar Slain/ ', ':q: '


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Another CriticalA t 1


17-year-old suspected Fisherman St. eral bullet wounds, was iden-
burglar was shot and killed The dead ,
,
suspect iden-
was tified as Freddie Martin, 18, ;
by police and his companion tified as Larry Donnell
Cave, of 2050 Wilmington St., Opalocka. -
seriously wounded in a shoot- 17, of 14250 NW 22nd ct. He .
incident early last Thurs- has \
ing an extensive Juvenile arrest The teenagers were sur-
day. record for burglary,lar- prised by officers while loot- .I
Opa-locka police shot and ceny and purse snatching for ing doctors offices in the clin
killed one suspect and wounded the past six years,police said. ic. They apparently climed a

his companion during a pre- The second suspect, in tree in the courtyard in an attempt -
dawn burglary raid on the critical condition at Jackson to
escape over the roof.
Opa-locka Medical Clinic,870 Memorial Hospital with
,sev- Both youths were unarmed.


Youth Charged- With Holdup. MurderA

young man already accused another
charge. Hialeah detectives
robbery charge. He was takento
of committing two robber -
found him on the Dade
County Jail, where - '-
ies now stands charged with streets
in
front
of his
the murder of a salvage yard and arrested him on another home bond revoked.on a previous charge was Presenting to the community, the newly organized International Modern

worker who was shot last Free and Accepted Masons O.E.S.., Athalie Range Chapter No. 145, named
Thursday morning in an un- after our city commissioner Mrs. Athalie The
Armed Range. new chapter was ,organ-
successful holdup. Guard Captures ized by Sister Arline of Seated
Sgt. Marvin Pittman of the Mary Miami. in .the photo above from left to,

Metro homicide squad said he right are: Sis: Edna Lott, conductor; Sis. Magnolia Nelson, asst. matron; Sis.

charged Jackie E. Williams, Teenage Bus Robber Geneva Cox, wrothy matron; Sis. Hattie Burden, fin. sec.; Sis. Mary Williams,

20, of 6100 NW Eighth Ave., "UL ,. , rec. sec.; Sis. Mary A. Ford, Sis. Beulah Dampier, treas; and Sis. Betty John-
with armed robbery and the Kicung snoigun on Metro The youth said he only de- son.
first degree murder, of Stephen Transit buses finally paid off cided to make the holdup when
: Gargullio, 60. Monday when a 15yearoldboy the bus pulled up. He said he .
Garguilio was shot in the tried to rob a bus driverat was on his way to visit a cou*
stomach by one of three ban- 63rd St. and 17th Avenue sin In the Liberty Square housing 7th District Q's Re-evaluate Omega I\
dits during the robbery at East Matthew Samuels was the project.
Coast Metals, 3273 NW North bus driver who faced the busi- .
River Dr.Pittman. ness end of a .22 caliber revolver More than one delegates of Among a full schedule of which featured second vice
said Williams was pointed by the youth. JONES GETS "TONY"FOR the Omega Psi Phi Fraternity, activities were the'keynote address .. district representative

one of the three armed gunmen "This is a stickup," the BEST ACTORNEW Inc attended the 32nd annual by Jimmy Carter ni of Thomas Rolle of Florida Me-
Police are still looking youth .told the driver "Put meeting of the 7th District Psi Omega (Augusta); the me- morial College In Miami. The
for two others and a getawaycar your money in this bag" YORK"The Great hosted by Psi Omega Chapter morial services in memory f finishing! touches were added
driver. Samuels put $22.75 in the White Hope" was named the,I at the Town House Motor Inn Dr. Martin Luther King, Jr., by District Coordinator of
Williams was arrested on bag. The youth was about to best drama of the year and its; in Augusta, Georgia during conducted by GeorgiaState public Relations Moses C.
the day of the murder, but on leave when Stang a security ;,star, James Earl Jones has Aprils, 4, 5. Under the guidance Representative Arthur Owens Norman of Eta Omega (At-
employee for MTA rose from won a Tony as best actor In i of District Marshall and Henry Porter of Eta Ome- lanta), principalspeakeratthe
his seat, pointed his gun at the 1'the 23rd annual presentationof Henry Dagget and host basi- ga (Atlanta); the challenge District Founders Achieve-
youth and told him, "Don't ( the Antoinette Perry leus Y, N. Myers, the Augusta hurled at all delegates by William ment Banquet, presided over
CORINTHRev. move or I*11 shoot." 'awards Omegas provided the bestin C. Jason Philadelphia, by Ralph A. Long, Sr., Coor-
M. L. Paschal,pastor accomodations and pleas- who represented the National dinator 'of Achievement Ac-
Bernice Ector, reporter ures. Study Committee as special tivities. Other participants on
Many thanks to Rev. LesterC. WOMEN'S DAY AT ST. PAUL A.M.E. Regulated by Dr.William A. consultant. this program were Rev.Grady
Albert and Brother Paul McMillan, president of Rust Special note should be given of Paine, who gave the invo-
for the opportunity to share The 26th Annual Women's Coconut Grove will be held College in Mississippi, the the Talent Hunt, which was cation; and Elrldge McMillanof
our service to the scholarship Day celebration of the Greater Sunday, April 27. Mrs. Mar- 7th District compasses Ala- presented to more than 300 ap- the Southern Education
fund. And the radio station St. Paul AME Church of jorie Perkins, R.N., Mount bama, Florida, Georgia, and preciative music lovers; the Foundation, who introduced *
WMBM out host and Rev. Ira, Sinai Hospital, will be the Mississippi. Its 5 (Chapters Undergraduate Luncheon, the speaker.
make it the largest of 11 dis-
McCall. FIRST BAPTIST OFBROWNSVILLE guest speaker for the 7 a.m.
The church will be the honor services. Mrs. Marie Carl, tricts in the Fraternity.
guest at Mt. Olive P. B. C. director of the EOPI, will Following conclave man-
on Friday, April 25, at 7:30 Rev. W. M. Davis, pastor present the 11 a.m. message.A date, the district centered its GIANT HORROR
p.m. in behalf of men's day. Donella Turner, reporter musical program will be entire meeting around the 1I
Sunday the women will celebrate presented for your enjoymentat theme "Re-evaluating HITS!!
NEW PROVIDENCE Women's Day. The the 7 p.m. services. Omega"Detail study and I

Rev. C. J. Burney,pastor morning speaker is Dr. SusieC. The theme for this year is recommendations were made ALL IN COLOReCoKilmORl
Arsula Edwards,reporterThe Holley, from Ft. Lauder- "Mission of Today's Women." concerning the proposed Con-
Willing Workers auxiliary dale, he is an active mem- You are Invited to Join in stitution, RitualBy-Laws,
i will celebrate their ber of the First Baptist in Ft. this festive occasion and helpus and Lapodas Manual.All these

Eighth Anniversary Sunday, Lauderdale.The celebrate Women's Day. actions pointed toward the
evening speaker is Mrs. Rev. Temperance Wright is constitutional convention to beheld
April 27, at 3 p.m. Rev. 0.W.
West, pastor of Bethel Baptist Louise Knapp, active memberof pastor; Mrs. Cliffornia Rossis during the fall of 1969at
which each chapter is to be
Church of Richmond Heightswill New Shiloh Baptist Church. chairman and Mrs. Evalia

be the guest speaker,Jor- The public is invited. Robinson, co-chairman. represented.

dan Grove Male Chorus will
furnish the music. Everyoneis

cordially Invited to attend IN EVERYTHING
this special occasion. FOR THE FINEST ,

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24 THE MIAMI TIMES, Friday, April 25, 1969

JORDAN GROVE MT. OLIVETTE ELECTS TRINITY CME
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NEW PASTOR
Rev. Douglas Cook,pastor Rev. C. C.Cowsen,pastor
'> ,.'<'::.',\, Rev. George Warren of Pa- Sunday, April 27, the publicis
V latka, Fla. was overwhelm- invited to attend our Wo-
ingly elected as the new: pastorof men's Day services. For the
Mt.Qlivette Baptist Church.We morning service at 11 a.m.
would like to give special Mrs. Beatrice Waldron of

thanks to our moderator,Rev.L. West Palm Beach, educator :,;1
A. Thompson, for holdingthe will be our speaker. :
election in a most digni- Other participants will be }
fied and calm manner. r the Southland Singers, Salters
The newly elected pastor Is Chapel AME Church Choir, :q
desirous of meeting with all St. James AME Church Usher a

,,, deacons Thursday night, May ire Inu Jin (!Etjurrfj I jun at Board and others. I
1 and with all members the The day will be climaxed

following night, May 2. At this with an enlightening ,\ ,\ .;'I. .
time he will give an outlineof NEW MT. MORIAH GREATER BETHEL AME: Musical Program" at 4 p.m. LYNETTE: PENNINGTONThe
his program. 'followed by refreshments in
This Sunday, April 27, Rev. A. L. Shipp, pastor Rev. T.S.Johnson,pastor the lower church. On the same youth choir of Greater
REV. COOK 4 p.m. Tom Thumb wedding. Evelyn Souter, reporterOur Naomi Troutman, reporter program you will hear musical Bethel AME Church cordially
Eddie Gilbert, reporterShe A list of captains has been monthly conference, Thursday, April 17, was the selections and dialogues by Invite you to attend their
did it again.Sister Mary placed on the bulletin board, May 1 at 8 p.m. kick off banquet for Greater other talent, including Tom Spring Tea, Sunday, April 27,
Dezern who was woman of the for further information see Joint rehearsal for choirs Bethel's AME Church mort- Washington of station WMBM.We from 4 6 p.m. Mrs. Lynette
year for 1968 has won the title Mrs. Frances Johnson, chair- No. 1 and 2 May 2 at 8 p.m. gage payment and renovation will see you in church Pennington will be the guest
The home mission society drive. Sunday. speaker. Please come out and
once again. man, or Mrs. Selma Ward,
The Deacons and Deaconess clerk. want to thank everyone who The drive was set off by the Mrs. Freddie Washington, support your youth.
participated and attended their chairman and Mrs Mildred Charles Fortson
twill begin the celebration of Rev. T. S.Johnsonandkeynote president.TRANSFIGURATION .
tea last
their 11th anniversary on this Sunday. speaker Brother Wilbur Ellison Moye, is co-chairman.
Friday night with a musical ST. MARY'S will The celebrate Deacon their and Deaconess anniver- Each payed a cash dona-

program at 8 p.m., and closeout Stuart sary the fourth in tion of $100. Bro.J. H.Barkey Under the chairmanship of
Rev. H. V. pastorAll Sunday May. treasurer of the drive gave NEW HOPE
Sunday afternoon at 3:00: roads lead to St. Mary'sSunday Please pray for the sick, $150 his wife Sis. Anthony Sims Sr. the men are.
Barkely
with Rev. A.M. Griffin deliv- April 27.This is men'sday shut-ins, a belated sympathy gave $100, Bro. Dennis Smith Rev. W. E. Sims, pastor sponsoring a boat trip to
ering the message.The Willing .Chairman Leon Kelly and to the Young and Reeves contributed $100 and other Loraine Fuller, reporterThe Nassau for two winner may
Workers will have a sell his committee has gone all out family, the Curry family other cash donations were given Pastor's Aid Club wish choose cash and may choose
at the church all day Saturday. to make ths day'a success. bereaved, and those in the Through the generosity of i. to thank all participants who vacation dates to suit them.
For three consecutive Speaker for the service is armed services. Visitors are these loyal Bethelites the kickoff supported the Pastor's Aid Tickets are $1.00.
weeks 24 persons came for Mr. Benny O'Berry and his always welcome. was a financial Union here at our church last On May 17 the men will
ward to accept Christ, of this subject j will be "God Needs success. Sunday. sponsor an all day dinner sale
number, eighteen received the Men." Music will be rendered Thursday at 8 p.m. the pas- with dinners being delivered.On .
right hand of fellowship,leav- by the Male Chorus of Mf. Moriah/ Annual Women's Day tor is asking that all auxiliaries the same evening at the homeof
ing the following who were Temple Baptist Church. Ush- and members to accompany Doris Williams, 2401 NW
baptized: Mildred Slocum, ers will be the male of Mt. him to St. Luke Baptist, 153rd St.,these men will carryon
Elizabeth James, Glinda Stan- Sinai .Baptist Church. All e 1790 NW 55th St. Rev. P. W. a whisk tournament with
ley, Patricia Sansella, Arthur members are asked to reportto ti Williams, pastor. prizes, fun, dance and food.
Hudson, Nathaniel Brown, your captain or to Brother Sunday, April 27 at 9:30: a.m. The public is welcome and
Lois McKenney, Luther Tucker Leon Kelly chair man.A11 aux- there will be baptism ser- requested to assist them in
Allen Lois Lane, Glendell iliaries and captains are ask- vice, everyone is invited to their church work.

ed to meet with the finance come and witness this ser- Charles Taylor, reporter

CHRIST EPISCOPALCanon committee at 4 p.m. Sunday, vice.Let
April 27 to make your final us continue to pray for THANKFUL
T. R. Gibson, rector report.An our sick and shut-Ins, they BAPTIST
Antoinette Silva,reporter enjoyable program has need your strength in their Rev. C. T. Ramsey,pastor
Canon been for the time of weakness. Edna Troutman
Gibson jetted to Law- planned evening reporter
rencevllle, Virginia last Saturday services at 6 p.m. 11''r Friday the Rev. M.Reynoldswill
to be the guest preacher Give away of three prizes render services at 8 p.m.
DRAKE
/ .
at St. Paul College (Epis- will be on Friday, April 27 at . ,' ; ) On Saturday at 12 noon dinner -
copal). Friends and class- the church at 8 p.m.Donationsfor : 1,i tttf;,; \ J" Rev J. W. Dunn, pastor will be sold atthe home of
mates were happy to welcome tickets are 100. : N. T. Green, reporter Sis. Barnes, 4401 SW 23rd St.
Canon Gibson.Fr. Our sympathy to Sis Susan Sunday will be observedas West Hollywood.
Lambert Sands, rectorof Pinder, Mary A. Woodside MORNING SPEAKER EVENING SPEAKER home coming and deacon's Sunday, at 3 p.m. the Valley
St. Agnes Church was ourguest Rowena Adderly in the loss of . Mrs. C. Knowles . Evangelist Washington anniversary. We are askingall Grove Baptist Church and pas-
priest at the morningservice. their loved ones.Special pray members and friends to tor Rev. Norton will be our
Fr. Sands is no ers to Bro.Calvin Adderly who please worship with us. guest, In behalf of the baby
stranger to us as he was a for will go into the hospital for an The Deacons are having a contest which will climax
mer parishioner. We hope that operation Wednesday. Let's special service Sunday at 3 Sunday at 7 p.m.
he will return soon. continue to pray for all our p.m. Rev. C. K. Rogers will We are asking all membersto
The Episcopal Churchmen sick and shut-ins.Visitors are preach the deacons anniversary please be present to make
sponsored a night of games on always welcome at the friendly sermon. The deaconessand your report Sunday night.
Saturday night at the home of St. Mary's.MEMORIAL. '_ members will serve a delicious Let us remember our sick
Mr. and Mrs David White.The *16.I6 repast. and shut-in.
evening was an enjoyable one. The Pastors Aid met with
St. Margaret's Guild will TEMPLE Sis. Brown and made plans for CHRISTIAN M. B.
sponsor a pie walk Friday the pastor's and Church An-
night in the parish hall. The Rev. I. C. Mickins,pastor niversary, that will be observed Rev. 0. D. Williams,pastorWe
public is invited to attend. Lucille Beckett, reporterThe in May at the home of Sis. are observing our
Get well wishes are extended morning message, one Lucille Grant.Remember church anniversary through
to Mrs. Lillian Mazon, Mrs., of inspiration was enjoyed bya , to pray and visit April 27.
Maggie Cash, Mrs.Pearl Stir capacity crowd. r the sick and shut-ins. On May 9, the pastor and

rup and Mr. Joseph Albury. Our Sunday School,organized --- .- ----,d.-- ----... ..... ".. --, .. .......,..,.. members will worship with
by Mrs. Andell Mickins, Christian Community Baptistfor
has madetremendous pro- CHAIRMAN CO-CHAIRMAN LILY WHITE NEWSAll the pastor's anniversary.

gress. . Mrs. V. Simpkins . Mrs. L. Shipp roads are heading for Sin. Mary Williams wish ta/:!

ST. MATTHEWS Regular services will con- Ushers' Board No. 2 and a t 7 the grand assembly this Tues thank the Little Shadow's Gospel -
Randall tinue at the temporary location CO-CHAIRMAN day. Among some of the Singers for their wonderful -
Rev. A. pastor p.m. Evangelist Agnes E. folks
Mrs. Jones
. L.
4116 NW 167th St. The first
Wynell Turner, reporterThe Washington of Washington attending will be district songs offered Sunday after
Sunday School will con unit, the chapel, now under D. C. will be the evening' deputy Margaret Carey and noon.
vene at Mt. Zion the fourth construction at 16600 NW44th speaker, St. Matthew FreewillChoir i Ophellah Lucky and others. Let us join hands and pray
Sunday in April On Friday Court nears completion, the All roads lead to us this Sun rendering the song ser Those celebrating birthdays for world peace.
night before the fourth Sunday, day and time of dedication will day for our Annual Women'sDay vice and Jordan Grove ushers i in April are: Mrs. Rosa
P'the No. 2 Choir will furnish be announced at a later date. with the Sunday school at and other talents of the city Thomas, Juanita McCloud, ST. AGNESFr.
the music. Pray today that God will enable 9:30: a.m., at 11 a.m. Mrs. Eleanor Johnson
appearing.We and Queen
L. L. Sands recotr
you to endure hardship and Cynthia Knowles will be the ,
of the
Program United FreeWill are cordially invite the i! Lemon. Bryley Newton reporterThe
suffering as a good soldier of speaker, Antioch Choir No. 1 ,
Baptist-South Florida'B' public to challenge our Chris Our deepest sympathy goes 47th Annual Conventionof
Division. Sunday School and Christ. of Liberty City rendering the tian women obligations in their, out to Mrs. Laura Quarterman i I the Diocese of South Flori-
League Convention to be held song service, Mt. CalvaryYOU'RE community. who is Savannah,Ga to bury with the New Mt. Zion Bap- CHRISTIAN her mother. Mrs.Jessie New.. In Miami with headquarters at
tist Church 3034 NW 57th St. ton is in
FELLOWSHIP Jacksonville at the 1 the Everglades Hotel. Thean-
Pray for the sick and shut- INVITEDI! bedside
of her
', "'I BAHA'ISOF mother. i nual meeting of the Episcopal
; ins. Rev.P. S. Brown pastorM. MIAMIThe The
juniors
are happy to I ;
L. Nixon, reporter The Youth Choir of Greater have five new
JIJ' Miami Baha'iCommun- members. Our will convene on the same dates
Sunday, April 27 will be Wo- Bethel AME Church cordially ity met Sunday,April 20,at 137 I; graduate for this year is Pau- with headquarters at the Du-
I MT. PLEASANT men's Day. The public is cordially invites you to attend It's annual NW 11th Ave., to hold its an' lette Alexander and transfer Is :Pont Hotel. The opening service -
Invited to come and enjoy "Spring Tea" Sunday, nual election of officers.Elec\ Leo Gledon. will be held at the Miami
J the first women's day of the April 27 in the lower auditor- [ Juanita
\ ted were: Miss Olive Alex McCloud is reporter ]Bayfront Auditorium Monday .
Rev. A. H. Lockett, pastor church. Dr. Charlotte Ford is ium of the church from 4 to ander, chairman; Mrs. Flor .April 28 at 8 p.m. AU mem-,
A. M., Hollimon, reporterWe the morning speaker. Mrs. I 6 p.m.
ence Sarmento, vicechairman 1 bers are urged to attend the
are aware that time Is Susie Burney, wife of Rev.CJ. Mrs. L y net t e Pennington ; Miss Ida Solomon, sec 'opening service.
drawing nigh our annual wo- Burney will deliver the evenIng 'will be the guest speaker. SPRING FASHION TEA
retary, and Mr.George Savitt, The EOPI will hold a mass
men's day. We welcome our message.You are welcometo Prayer meetings are held treasurer. The Jolly Fourteen Social iI i meeting April 27 In the Parish
pastor trek u::. the State visit with us the entire day.I Thursday nights at 8:00.: Class The Miami Baha'is will holda I Club is sponsoring its 5th an1 1 Hall from 4-6 p.m.
convent A. Bro. Dames is ill Cedars :meetings Tuesday at 8 p.m. picnic on Sunday,April 27,at; nual Spring Fashion Tea at the The St. Vincent Acolyte
4 Our foots are always open, of Lebanon Hospital Visit with We pray God's spirit upon noon at Greynolds park in Miami James E. Scott Community whoev r you are, or wherever him.Remember :(rou, as we all pray for the sick Beach. The public is invited Center, 4901 NW 7th Avenue i sponsor a record hop Friday
r your membership, weprayfor the sick and less I md shut-ins every where to bring a basket and at from 4 to 6 p.m.Sunday,April ]May 2, from 7 11 P.m.in theparish ,
I the Utterraent of all mankind. fortunates with visitations. Rev. T. S. Johnson, pastor tend. 27. Donation $1.00 1 hall.



THE MIAMI TIMES, Friday, April 25, 1969 25


Day At Greater ST. JAMES AME TEMPLEThe Daughter Elks Temple 769The


Rev. S. L. Gay, pastor Order of Brothers and
daughter Elks of Greater others to it that the
saw Juveniles -
Joseph Marshall, reporter Sisters Of Love and Charity
New Bethel 1845 NW 65th Street will hold its annual Thanksgiving Miami Temple No. 769 are were given a fine out-
quite Jubilant because their ing and several appeared in the
The Birth Month Calendar service Sunday 2:30
,, -...-- p.m.
b'-''1x gy temple placed first In makingthe fashion show for the first time.
Club presented their thirdan- at Temple. The public Is invit-
V greatest Increase in its The temple salutes Dt.Harris
nual coronation Sunday April
,
ed.The membership during the who has done and is
year. doing a
20, 'I p.m. in the church auditorium Templeites sing Sunday
Dt. Alto Screen who is lead- fine Job with the children
The theme was "Pa- morning and No. 1 Choir dur-
ing the daughters of Greater Dt. Muriel Culmer is feel-
rade of the Season's 1968. ing the evening.
Miami temple Is to be congrat- ing better and hopes to Join the
The queen, 1968 Mrs. At a meetingonApr 16,the
ulated for her A real
leadership. daughters soon.
Martha Nicholson, February- following officers were elect-
beautiful made out of All who to
corsage daughters are receive -
ite, attendants, Mrs. Carrie ed for Men's Day: William
green back dollars were pinedon past daughter rulers
Lawrence, May-ite, firstrun- Johnson, chairman; Deacon
her the state meet- honors
during must be prepared to
ner-up, Mrs. Catherine Alfred Dean, co-chairman;
ing in Lakeland. She is the pay $2.50 to the council as
Peterson, November-Ite,second Stafford Bain,secretary;Dea-
to the National Elks
delegate Joining fee.
runner up. con P. Hepburn, treasurer.
Convention which, will con- The date and of the
place
Miss St. James, Mrs. Vera With the cooperation of the
vene In Washington.Dt. 500 Tea will be announced at
Coffee, Miss Homecoming, captains and members, this
Edna Davis representedthe the Wednesday meeting. Dt.
is
Mrs. June Humphrey. They group expecting great
wish to thank everyone for things. temple at the s tat e meet- pinkie Lowe is the chairmanand

Ing, Dr. W Uhe menia Eng- is assisted by nine co-
their cooperation and support Regret that the na me of Mrs.
hram Dt. Willie Davis andTRANSFIGURATION chairmen.
,
It was Indeed a success. Lois Rahming was omitted last

MRS. LYNETTE PENNINGTON MRS. MAEBELLE ANDERSON Friday, April 25 Quarterly week in the report about teach

. Morning SpeakerYou . Evening Speaker Conference. All boards must ers honored in the Sunday ANTIOCH

make a report. The Male School birthday list. She was
are cordially Invited to home of Sister Daisy Cunning
Chorus will sing for the Fri- there! Rev.P. W.Wiggins,pastor
attend annual Women'sDay ham, 4051 NW 198th St. Carol
our
day night business sessionof Get-well wishes go to Dea- Fr. E. S. Clarke, Jr., vicar Dinettie Cobb, reporter ,:
Weba.ve City 26 In
April 27. april behalf ofwomen's
Sunday, the quarterly conference.Rev. con A,J.Hanna,who is at home SUNDAY WAS DESIGNATED i The Jr. Church will sponsor
speakersfor day.
two great
selected G. M. Champion and after spending last week in AS CALVIN PATTERSON DAY' a Post Easter Fashion Tea at
listening pleasure, Our deepest sympathy to the
your pennington and Bolden and Rowlins family congregation of Mt. Herman South Miami Hospital; his the home of Sis.Callie Foster,

Mrs. Maebelle Lynette Anderson. Our Choir No. 1 wil be In charge AME Church,will come to give daughter Mrs. Mary Owens At the 11:45 a.m. Solemn 1301 NW 55th Ter, 7:30 p.m.

Mrs. "Christian Women of the Sunday School Auxiliary services for us on Monday, who is in Christian Hospital; Sung Mass Calvin Pattersonwas Saturday, May 3, The publicis

theme: Perform" Is class Sunday. April 28 at 8 p.m. Please let Mrs. Florence Hepburn, Mrs. honored with a trophy for invited to come out and sup

With A Duty To Rev. W. K. Smith pastor us all come. The service will Ellen Wallace, Mrs. Lillian being one of the all city bas- port our Juniors.
be demonstrated.There ,
sure to Alice be in the Interest of men's day. Watkins, and Mrs! Jane Her- ketball players. The presen- The Male Chorus will spon-
will be a sale at the S. Irving, reporter.
Mrs. Merton Hawkins and out. tation was made by Father E. sor a debate tea at the home of

April-ites are having a night S. Clarke, Jr.vicar.This hon- Brother and Sister Sam Wal-

SHILOHRev. NEW MACEDONIARev. of games and fun April 24 at or is given annually to a church ker, 1820 NW 81st StreetSunday -

8 p.m. at the home of Mr. and NEW BETHELRev. boy who has been outstandingIn May 4, at 3 p.m.A selected -

A. M.Griffin, pastor Roscoe Jackson, pastor Mrs. James Oliphant,5629 NW Ernest Williams, pastor sports. group will debate pro and

Cheryl English, reporter Willie J. Beard, reporterWe 11th Ave. Also April 25 at 8 Alice Harris reporterThe Calvin is a senior at Miami con on a very delicate subject.

The pastor Is asking the are in the process of p.m. at the home of Mr. and Jr. Ushers', Board Is Carol City Sr. HighSchooland 'The men are asking for your

with him Sunday our annual revival., Tonight of the basketball team. full
church to go Mrs. Jessie Smith, 1367 NW sponsoring a trip to Pirates captain coopeatlon.

afternoon to Jordan Grove (Friday) concludes our week of 69th Street. World Friday, April 25. The Leroy Baptiste was honored All youth are urged to attend -

Baptist Church, Rev. Douglas prayer services. Preaching The pillow of money will be bus will leave at 5 p.m. from also for receiving honorable Jr. Church every Satur-

Cook, pastor. will begin Monday 7:30p.m.. given away by the April-ites the church. You may purchasea mention. He is a senior at day at 4 p.m.

Homecoming Is Sunday Rev. with Rev. H. K. Kensey,pastor at the home of Mrs. Merion ticket from member of Archbishop Curly High School. The women will sponsor their
any
Roscoe Jackson and congre- New Bethel P. B. Church, Ft. Hawkins, 522 NW 53rdSt.Sat- the Jr. Usher Board at the The guest speaker for the fifth annual State Tea April

gation of New Macedonia will Lauderdale evangelist. An invitation urday. And Sunday, April 27 church. service was Mr. John Brady, 27,1 p.m. Featured will be a

be in charge of the 11 a.m. Is extended to each after service they are havinga The men are having aSpringTea coach of the Miami Carol City group of young people speakingon

service. and everyone to come out and dinner sale. They will make Sunday at 3 behalf Sr. High School I basketball the topic "The American
p.m.
Elder Frank Coney of New- hear this "great man of God". their final report Sunday at 6 of men's day. Deacon S. ,team. Negro, Yesterday and Today."
will be here Following Sunday School th Other Mr. NicholasH. The Male
ark, New Jersey is chairman. guests: Chorus wishes to
Bridgewater
Sunday, at 7 p.m. In behalf of pastor is asking the church to p.m.Sunday, April 27, there will President Mrs. G. Bridge- Borota, principal of Miami thank everyone who had some-

the No. 1 Choir. accompany him to New Shiloh be a round trip to Key West water and members of the Cathedral Carol City High School; Mrs. thing to do with making the "

The No. 1 Usher Board will Baptist Church to render ser- for $8.00. Bus leaves the Choir would like to John Brady; Bro. Leo, prin- dinner sale a success. Spec-

have a dinner sale all day Sat vices for Rev. A. M. Griffin church at 6 a.m. Sponsored take this opportunity to thank cipal of the Archbishop Curly ial thanks: to Bro. and Sister

urday at the home of Sis.Clau- and congregation on their the A. J. Reddick Board. Mr. Mrs. Prescola Beneby, high school; Mr. Petta and Willie Washington for the use

dia Bryant, 1200 NW 65th St. Homecoming observance. Willie Scott is president. Yvonne Edwards, the Calvary family, coach of Archbishop of their lovely home.

for a dinner call 691-2216 At 7 p.m. the pastor Is again Remember to for the Travelers, Elsada Thomas, Curly basketball team. Remember to pray for the

The No. 2 choir will have a asking the entire church to pray Lehman Beneby Deacon Please circle this date on sick, shut-ins, and men on the
and shut-ins. ,
sick
sale Saturday at the home of meet him at St. Paul AME welcome. Donald Smith the Lawhorne your calendar May 4. The battle field everywhere.ST. .
always ,
You are
Sis. Charlie Mae Myles, 3110 Church to close out the Men's Trio Kimp Burrows, Mrs. J. Rt. Rev. James L. Duncan,
,
observance for Rev.T.C. D.D. Bishop of the
NW 45th St. Day Livingstone, our visitors and Suffragan LUKE
Jr. and congregation.He Diocese of South Florida will
Kelly
The Pastors Aid Club will ,
friends and all members for Rev. P. W. Williams, pastor
is asking all choirs administer the Sacrament of
meet Thursday, April at the helping to make our sing into Kathleen Streeter, reporterOn
ushers and members to attend. Holy Confirmation at the 10:45
home of Sis. Sheffield 1218
Spring with God musical the Thursday the women'sHome

NW 67th St.Women's. success It was. a.m. Solemn Sung Mass. The Mission and Young Ma-

Day is the fourth, GRACE Help, visit and pray for the public is invited. trons will celebrate their an-

Sunday In May. Sister Louise Rev. W. F.Savoy,pastor sick and afflicted. niversary with the Rev. W. E.

Knapp chairman and Sis. Ella We thank everyone who Sims and congregation In

Elam, Is co-chairman. helped to make our trip to Key N N
Let us remember to visitand West a delightful success last to this program.Our .

pray for the sick and shut- Sunday. Mr. Willie Jenkins, Rev. James Pickett, pastorOn C. F. Cooper, pastor evening services will

ins. coordinator and Mrs.Barbara the second Sunday in Maythere Elizabeth Bain, reporter start at 7 p.m. starting this
will be a Spring Tea at A thank is extended
Savoy, assistant received excellent warm you Sunday evening.
GREATER BETHLEHEMRev. cooperation from the church fro m 4 to 6 p.m. to all our members and well Please remember to pray

members and friends. The 4iRev. Sister Tiller is sponsor. wishers who attended our Cul- for the sick and bereaved

C. H. Smith, pastor choir beautifully presentedtheir The ladies are working hardtoward l tural Spring Fashion Show on members. You are Invited to

Mary Hopkins, reporterAll musical selections in the their annual Women's Sunday evening.Special thanks worship with us this Sunday,

roads leadtoBethlebem worship service. Day which will be the third to Miss Gloria Frances, who 1790 NW 55th St.

Sunday, 3 p.m. Mock Wo- This Sunday at 4 p.m. the Sunday In May. The chairman highlighted our show, Mrs.

men's Day. Come and enjoy people's choir of the Sis. Robinson is asking all Earnestine O'Brien our narrator -

yourself.The young Church of the Transfiguration F. L. Johnson, pastorof members who can and will to and all our participants.Th EBENEZERRev.

pastor, officers, and Brownsville Baptist&: Church please pay your assessmenton
fashion show
was
will be with us to present a spon-
members pray God's blessing'' will be preaching the"Unveil women's day. sored by Mrs. Dorothy Saw- A. D. Hall, Sr., pastorE.
of music. This is one
on Sister Minnie Hunter, on program ing Ceremony" for Progres- The chairmanandco-cbair- Ingram reporterThe
26 of the outstanding youth choirsof sive Links Order of Eastern yer.Coming annual Conference of
her coming wedding, April man would like to thank the May 4 the St. Moni-
4 p.m. at the church. the churches in our com- -Star (OES) No. 142 Sunday, Rev. Green, Rev. Stephen, ca's Guild will celebrate their the Women's Society of Christian -

The church take this oppor- munity, and the choir presents April 27, at 3 p.m., Kelly's Rev. Everman and Rev. Fer- anniversary with an evening Service of the former cen- ?.,
of music at various
tunity to thank Rev. Prestonand programs Chapel, NW 15th Avenue and guson for such a spiritual May 18 the Building tral jur1sdictionandtheSouth-
program.
,
Peaceful Zion for the ser- churches on different occas- list St. His choir will accom- service on the second Sunday I Fund will present a Musi- eastern Jurisdiction met inSt.
ions. We congratulate Father him. All are welcome to 15-17. The
vice rendered.Let pany evening. Petersburg. April
cal Recital,plan to spend these
Elisha Clarke vicar and Mrs.
us pray for the sick, come. Dinners are being sold evenings with us. following ladies fromEbe-
julia director we look
shut-in and ber ea v ed. Sis. Clarke every Saturday at the church, To our sick and shut-ins nezer attended the session,
of this
forward to the CHURCH OF GOD
Mattie Smith, the church is in program 2385 NW 60th St. Phone 633- "may the grace of our Lord be Mrs. Willie Mae Pinder; Mrs.

sympathy with you In the loss Sunday afternoon. IN CHRIST 5685. with you. Rosa Lee Manning; Miss Lo-

of your love one In Georgia. Rev. A. M. Cohen, pastor Let us remember the sick rene G 11 c h rea sa and Miss
Ressie Mae Bass. From the <
Marie reporter and shut-Ins in our prayers.
Hodge,
THANK YOU Wesleyan Service Guild were
MT. SIN A: Sister Nancy Miles, church PILGRIM RESTRev.
Susie and Mrs.
Mrs.
Morgan
Rev. Cleo Albury, pastorB. Mrs. Jessie Adair,acknowledge mother was the record winnerof

Boney, reporter with grateful appreciation the A & B contest, which CHRISTIAN SCIENCE James Nelson,reporter Florida Murray.

Baptismal services will all acts of kindness shown 1 climaxed Sunday at 3 p.m.with
Hicks
Chains of Myrtice reporterWe
chronic filnesscan't ,
worship I her by members of the Mt. a large attendance and a spicy
proceed regular
would like to thank
our
bind us forever to a sickly ST. MARK BAPTIST
Zion Baptist Church while J 1, Mrs. Miles wish to
program.
services morning.Can
Sunday body. Christ Jesus showed. many friends for helping to
In the patient at Jackson Hospital. extend a big thanks to 1911 Street
Wilmington
,you be counted every men how to be free. "Wiltthou make our women's day great
BTU Sunday afternoon at 5:30 Your prayers, cards, visits 1 one who turned out and helped be made whole?" he ask- success. Special thanks to our Opa-locka
await and flowers helped to bring mea 1 i to make the effort a Rev. Smith
success.
Joseph
pastor
p.m.? planned programs ed. Listen Sunday at 1:45p.m. speakers, Mrs. I. Davis and ,
your participation.The speedy recovery. There will be a two month over radio station WMBM to Mrs. A. M. Holmes. You are welcome to all our
Brotherhood ofMt. Special thanks to my neigh- revival starting Sunday, April services. Sunday School 9:30
.
"Are we Willing to be Well?" Continue to pray for the sick
Sinai will meet Thursday, bors. I will never forget your 27. We want you to feel free Fifth Church of Christ and shut-in and the bereaved am; morning worship, 11 a.m.;
kindness and may God bless 1 to visit! all our services. BTU 5:30 and choir
April 24 at 7 p.m. Scientist 1600 NW 54th St. everywhere. Visitors are always p.m. rehearsal -
,
To our sick and shut.Ins, all of you. Let us remember the sick extends a cordial welcome to, welcome to worship with 6:30 p.m.3

"be notdlsmayedl whatever be and shut-ins and the men in all visitors. us. Louise Faniel, reporter.Women's .
Jessie Adair
tide" Mrs. Vietnam.





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26 THE MIAMI TIMES.' Friday, April 25, 1969


I: Men's Day At St. Paul A.M.E. PRESENTS BEREA TRINITY SDA CHOIF


Berea-Trinity RECITALThe Seventh BUSINESS DIRECTORYLOUNGES I


Day Adventist Church pre-
sents the Greater Miami CONTRACTORSj.
Seventh Day Adventist Church LAUNDRY &

Choirs in an evening of music. EARL'S ZEBRA LOUNGE CLEANI NG CONSTRUCTION COPELAND
f 4400 NW 7th Avenue
WILLIAMS'TAILORS 48th TerracePhone
The choir festival, under Earl Edwards, Prop. & CLEANERS 2939 NW: 634-6233
the direction of Mr.Her man A. 1 Day Service Alterations IndustrialCommercialResidential I
Mills, will feature seven FUNERALDIRECTORS 4842 NW 634-9251 27th Avenue

choirs of the Seventh Day Ad-
ventist churches of Miami. MANKER-MILTON ,
6701 NW 15tK Avenue 1 A-l LABORNO
The participating choirs are 691.9151

North Miami SDA Church, FEF PAID DAILY
Temple SDA Church, Bethel RAHMINGS EVERGREEN Agents WantedAgents Driver I Men with cars,
SDA Church, Spanish SDAChurch MORTUARY Fork lift, Lob,:".',, Ware.
5253 NW 7th Avenue
to sell The Miami housemen. Open 5:30 a.m.
: Mount Pisgah SDA 754-0681 or 7540682IMPORTEXPORT
Times are wanted all over
Church Bethany SDA Church
,
Florida and They
and Berea-Trinity SDA Georgia. A-I
REV. ALLEN C. TURNER REV. J. W. STEVERSONbers Church. HOUSE OF 7 SEAS may be boys and girls or
BOUTIQUEAfro.Asion adults. Make spending EMPLOYMENTRestaurant

The men wlllcelebrate their and friends." Special guest artists are Fashions money. Write or call Mrs. Hotel

annual Men's Day, they are The morning speaker will be Mr. Johnny Johnson, theSam- Jewelry Arts,, Crafts Perfumes Davis, 6530 NW 15th Ave., Domestic, Factory
asking that every member Rev. J.W.Stevenson ofAn- uelettes and Mr.Samuel Adol- 6910421. 534 N. MIAMI AVENUE
bring along a friend, to help tioch Baptist Church,Browns phus. Also making special appearance 4409 NW 7th Avenue

make this day a big success. ville. Plan now to come out is the Miami North- DRESS SHOPS

The chairman Rev. Allen and spend the day with us. western High School Concert PATRICIA'S, INC.
*"c. Turner and his cochairman Say a prayer for our sick Band, under the direction of 5843 NW 696-3515 17th Avenue MERCHANTS, WHO ADVERTISE IN THE

Mr.Ollie Allen says"Our and shut-In and pray for their Mr. David Paschal. The seven MIAMI TIMES ARE TELLING YOU THEY

goal is $12,000, we can makeit recovery that God will keep choirs of approximately 120 LORY'S FASHION SHOPS DOING BUSINESS WITH YOU.
APPRECIATE
them safe and make them 6112 NW 7th Avenue
of the
easy with the help voices will combine for the
Martin W. Smith
good Lord and our many mem- strong. final selection. Master of THEY ARE COURTEOUS, DEPENDABLE.

ceremony for the occasion is PLEASE PATRONIZE THEMI
ANTIOCH PRESENTS MT. TABOR Mr. Ben Glanzer,choir Director -
STATE TEA of North Miami SDA

The auditorium of Bethany Rev. James W.Hendon,pastor Church. WE'VE MOVED!!!

Seventh Day Adventist School, Wilhelmina Sands, reporter The program is to be pre- I & Harlem Cabs
2500 NW 50th St., will be the Rev. Hendon is asking all sented on Saturday, April 26, Magic City

scene for the fifth annual State candidates and new membersto at 4 p.m. at Bethany SDA Operating the Citgo Service Station

Tea presented by the womenon meet with him in the con- Church, 2500 NW 50th Street. NEW

Sunday, April 27 at 3 p.m. ference room of the church There is no charge for ad- LOCATION 1501 NW 62 St.

Young people from various Saturday, April 26, 2:30: p.m. mission, and the public Is invited -
churches will speak from the The Ushers' Board No. 2
Elder G. H. Taylor Is NEW 6400
theme: "American Negro: will celebrate their anniversary .
pastor. PHONF
SPRING! IS HEREAnd
and in Music
Yesterday Today
Sunday 3 p.m. at the
so ore the fashions at DRIVERS WANTED
:
Science Government Indus-
church. Rev. S. T. Johnson,
try, Literature, Religion and pastor of St. James Baptist FRIENDSHIP my Full time or Part-time

Sports." Mrs.Delores Miller, Church and congregation will dressmaker Apply at Office
Rev. J. E.Jenkins pastor
,
a member of the Poinciana render service for this occa-

Park faculty, will serve as sion. The public Is cordially The pastor Is asking all can- 6026 NW 7th AVENUE
moderator.The didates to be at the church Sun-
Invited to
attend.
music will be rendered day at 7 a.m. for baptism. Com in and Set the
Dinners sold at the
are being
by Antioch Youth Choir and Tremendous Selections Do you have a SORE, RASH or DISCHARGE!?
691-
church each Saturday
Friday, April 25, at 7:30 Alterations fast and free
other singing
groups. 8732 Is the number to call for
Mission and IT COULD BE VD
A cordial Invitation is ex- placing order. p.m. the Home. with purchase of garment.
your Young ,Matrons are sponsoringa Pants & Skirts
.tended to the public. ore Our
for the sick and shutin.
Pray For confidential information and
Park 10
trip to Crandon Donation Spec Ilty .
Lucille Howard, publicity Visitors are always welcome -
chairman and Rev. P.W.Wig- 50$. free treatment

gins, minister. On May 16 the No. 2 Choir SEWING MACHINE Phone: 377.0341 Extension 152

will sponsor an education year 1969 ZIG-ZAG PORTABLE
BIBLE CHURCHOF MT. CALVARY tour via the church bus. Donation Zlg-Zag slightly used. No DADE COUNTY HEALTH DEPARTMENT

GOD attach.needed to monogram, 1350 NW 14th Street Miami
$1.00. overcast, make ,but. holes ,
Rev. S. Atchison, pastor
Bishop E.E. Rahming, pastor
controls built In. !Sews: with
Shirley Cooper, reporterThe Phyllis Beal, reporter Our deepest sympathy to 1 or 2 noodles Full price
Missionaries would like Sunday, April 27 there will Sis. Annie Mitchell in the loss $38.10 or assume paymentsof
to thank Elder Rudge and con- be a Fashion Slow at Bonded of her grandmother andtoSis. $4.53 mo. For free homo
Rental Agency. All phases of Essie Robinson In the loss of demonstration, call Capitol
gregation for being out guestof Credit Mgr. till 9 p.m. No AUTO INSURANCE
honor on last Friday, April fashion will be modeled. The her niece. Our get well wishesto obllg. If toll call collect.
public Is invited. all who are 111. 949.8124 Immediate SR-22 Filings

18th.The chairman of the building Sunday Is also Mark Wo- welcome Capitol Sewing Machinesof Low Monthly Payments
Visitors are always -
fund drive express grati- men's Day. Our own women Southern Florida
tude to Elder Mathies and will display their talents. Do AUTO TAGS-DRIVERS LICENSED.

members for their fine service come out.
rendered on Tuesday night. The pastor wishes to ex- MISSIONS& EDUCATION TREATURIGHTCLEANERS GOODMAN & SONSKEIN

The pastor and members press his thanks to the many BANQUET FRIDAY AUTO TAG AGENCY

will render service Thurs members and friends who Same locati >n for two generations

day night at the Church of God helped to make his birthdaya April 25 will markthe third If you want your clothesto

In Christ, Elder Thompson, memorable and joyous one. annual Banquet, for Missions, receive excellent core, 2688 NW 62nd M. Phone: 691-0380

pastor, at 5725 NW 7th Ave., Please pray for the sickand this year the Baptist Women and expert cleaning and
8 p.m. shut-ins. pressing. Bring them toU
Council has added on the feature
Come out and be with us of Education. Dr. SusieC. $.
every Friday at 8 p.m. in*our B'NAI BRITH WOMEN: Holley a great religious 1 DAY SPECIALNo COLOR AND BLACK & WHITE TV SERVICE

regular church services. Installation of the new genious has been selected as Extra Charge STEREO RADIO TAPE RECORDER

president and her officers of the speaker, and there will be Corner 62nd St. and 22nd
NEW ANTIOCH 100 Lincoln Chapter No. 1288 other outstanding talents on Avenue N.W.
VET TVTED
MARIAH of the B'nai B'r 1th Women will the program.

There will be a great Fash- take place at the Algiers Hotel
FORMERLY OF JET IS NOW VET
Ion Show on this coming Sun- Wednesday, April 30 al Tickets are on sale for the '

day afternoon at 5 p.m. called 12:30 p.m.Chairman. small fee of$3.50,a delicious p A FLORIST 379-7735

t t. ."Alice In Wonder Land Of of the day will be menu will be served.The pub- Miami Florida GIlT IHOI
Fashions." Asking everyoneto our outgoing president Mrs, lic Is invited to spend the even-
846 NW
please come out and be withus. Milton Sands. Ing with the baptist women's .r 2ND AVENUE OPEN 9 TO 9

We are asking donationsof Mrs. Florence GoldfarbwiL] council and friends.

$1.00 and children 50$.Our give the Invocation. Mrs,
new address is 4770 NW 7th Robert Litt will Install our 4340 N. C. 7.h Avenue PROTECT YOUR FURNITURE
Avenue. new president Mrs.Moo Re1f MEN'S DAY AT MIeei FlmidefiI WITHOUT HIDING ITS BEAUTY

Bishop J. W. Watson, pas fen and the rest of the officers ST.. MATTHEWS + CUSTOM MADE

tor, and T. Samuel is report- Entertainment by lovely s 5c PLASTIC FURNITURE
,.. ere Marie Balaban. Rev. Robert Lee Carter will SUP COVERS
be the speaker for men's day
I MT. PILGRIM at St. Matthews M. B.Church, t, CRYSTAL MIAVf CAUGIe clot

I Rev. J. W. Everson, pastor GOLDEN & GREENTEA Sunday, at 11 a.m., 6100 NW ION MUSTANT IAITINAMl /

Emma Jennings, reporter 24th Avenue. The Rev. Carter e .ruiiyUAIANTIIB ... ,.,1
On Sunday at 3 p.m.the Min- Miami District Laymen':j. is chaplin for Florida Me- HUM OIKHtll. I M0,' (( ..

isters Fellowship will Con- Organization invites you to attend morial College. W, U. 1wy SHIP tlltlUI> IC
vene at the church. Refresh- its Golden and Green Tea, 0.' ?" tits tfrMATI
ments will be served following Sunday, April 27, Martin Me. The speaker for the 7 p.m. WE WIRE FLOWERS e CHINIOM Alt HHtlt SPECIALIZING CAI1
services will be George Hep ANYWHERE !N PLASTIC
e FIN runt e.r OMIGHT
services. Everyone is invitedto morial AME Church, 1474(I SUP COVERS
Instructor In the Dade
come out and Join In these Lincoln Boulevard, Richmom I burn an EXCLUSIVELY
school system. The Cod 305
County
services.We Heights, at 3 p.m. An ,outstanding
Rev. N. F. Clark Is the pastor House ol Gretchen
would like to thank Mrs. program for yow 754-8061
Deacon R. J. Ferguson is general
and Choir has bees
Willie M.Williams listening pleasure
chairman. Brother Ben Call anytime 24 hour service
3745082t
.! No. 1 of Greater New Macedonia planned. 758-4371
Brice reporter. The public
for such a fine Job on last Mrs. Queen Lemon, chair. ,
Is invited.
Sunday. man.

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I 1.1 1 HOW MANY REASONS ? ''I'I"How Newlocaf/on Operation Equulit For HousingOperation y's



many reasons do you need to Join the Urban League? ed out to the MTA executives, this change In bus service wUl-

Two? Thirty? This question was raised by Miss Nancy Adams, make It much easier to travel to and from Jobs on Miami Equality has that offer benefits to the
many
membership campaign.! Miss Adams was speaking about the available for the black com-
Beach, and this makes more Jobs moved one of its field officesto homeseeker, such as reduced
Urban League activities In the black community geared
many munity
2001 NW 35th Street. The down payment.
toward eliminating the Injustices and exploitation of racism.
This Is a brief sample of your Urban League areas of con- new office Is located In the For example dependingon
The New Thrust movement of the Urban League recognizesthat ,
centration for March. There is also Operation Equality work- United Methodist Church of
the individual circum-
the ghetto will be home for its residents for the next dec-
to in housing and working for the entire Allapattah, upstairs, room 23,
ing place people stances, any of the homes list-
ade or two and (that the ghetto can change if the strength In It
community on the development of an effective fair-housing or- telephone 633-3900.
Is mobilized -- mobilized to establish creative, constructive ed below might be purchasedfor
dinance. There is Family Planning that is involved with a sur- Mrs. Hendrlca Bordenfield as little as $100 down
confrontation between ghetto residents and the power struc-
of community needs In Brownsville-Liberty City concerned representative) and Mrs. Ines
vey payment instead of the listed
ture. The building of ghetto strength becomes the key to be-
health services for Gouge (secretary) are
with the availability of family planning. carry- down payment price.
coming part of the mainstream of the total society.
There Is LEAP that recruits and trains young men for pre- ing on their activities as usualin
Miss Adams stated that now, as we ask people to Join and 17511SW 122nd Ave., $15-
apprenticeship in the lucrative building trades. helping people with their
support the Urban League, is a good time to give a brief sum. housing problems.The 000, $450 down, 4 bedrooms
mary of recent League activities in the black community. These are Just "some of the reasons" that our communityneeds already existing advisory 1 bath; 9875 SW 51st Ter.,
The Neighborhood Development Program staff began work- the Urban League,and the Urban League needs the com- committee of volunteersis $13,500, $450 down, 4 bed
Ing in the areas of Central Miami, Coconut Grove and Coral munity to participate and support the amlbltious goals that going to be expanded with rooms 1 bath; 17030 NW 10th i
Gables, meeting with the residents to establish their priority have been set for 1969-1970. several new members of the Court, $16,500, $600 down, 2
concerns. Mr. James Whipple reports on such activity In Cen-. Miss Adams said, . all It takes I is one dollar and one Allapattah community. This bedrooms 1 bath; 16020 NW 27
tral District with the Concerned Parents Group,the local EOPI minute of your time to Join the League; and, by becoming a advisory committee is going to Place, $15,500, $500 down, 4
agency and the Advisory Group(organized by the Urban Lea- member, demonstrate your support and the opportunity for cooperate with schools, bedrooms, 2 bath; 1265 NW 88
gue) to discuss and plan how to expand the recreational facUlties ,personal involvement and commitment." churches and other groups In Street, $13,500, $450 down, 3
In that area. Just call 377-3681 or send your name, address, and phone the area and will try to stimu- bedrooms, 1 bath;4600 NW 178
The League of District Councils, as being organized with number, with your $1.00, $5.00, or $10.00 to the Urban Lea- late interest in upgrading the Street, $18,600, $900 down, 3
Urban League staff assistance, have begun to work on com- gue at 395 NW 1st Street.We will man you a membership card, business section Allapattah. bedrooms, 2 bath; 3801 NW 196
munity problems such as code enforcement, sewers, qualityof and as a member you will be regularly informed of Urban Office hours are: Mondays Street, $18,000, $800 down, 3
food In local supermarkets and lack of available recrea- League activities in the community and racial problems of through Fridays 8:30 4:30. bedrooms, 2 bath; 2900 NW

tion. local concern. Mr. Richard Love, a hous- 186th Terrace, $18,500, $800
Citizens Corp Program, under the direction of Mr.William The Urban League needs 3,000 reasons to help become a ing specialist with Operation down, 3 bedrooms,2 bath; 2921,
Miles, has volunteers In 14 agencies working with activities membership-based agency as the New Thrust movement ad- Equality, coordinates a ser- NW 186th Terrace, $18,500,
such as tutoring children,assisting In the organization of welfare vances. Those 3,000 reasons are the 3,000.members neededin vice that informs people look- $800 down, 3 bedrooms 2 bath.

recipients, providing childcare for working mothers and 1969. How many reasons do you need to call 377-3681 and ing for housing of qualifi- If any of these houses meets

Investigating open-housing complaints. Join the Urban League? cations for FHA homes available your needs, contact Mr.
The Metro Transit Authority has agreed to begin a direct You Just need one--the Urban League and you Joining forcesto under special programs Richard Love at 6G5-0342.
bus route from Liberty City to Miami Beach after meeting with work towards solving the problems thatconcern black peopleIn
Urban League staff on the need for this service. As was point Miami.
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HEr itm for IMPROVEMENTS Like These .

ANOTHER BEDROOM FLORIDA ROOM

ANOTHER BATHROOM A SPRINKLER SYSTEM,
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T.. Willard Fair, Executive Director of the Urban League, tells volunteersand AS SHOWN ON THE SCHEDULE BELOW

area captains about the Neighborhood Division membership goals for the AmtofLoan 36 Mos. 48 Mos. 60 Mos. 72 Mos. 84 Mos.

1969 campaign. There are about 100 people who will be out In every area of

our community telling "the Urban League story" to Miami. 1500.00 48.57 38.12 31.83 27.65 24.66

$2,500.00 80.95: 63.51 53.05 46.08 41.09

$5,000.00 159.71 '124.85 103.93 89.99 80.03
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Public To See Crime Fighting TechniqueThe
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Dade County Public an officer. car, a breathalyzer and will Mortgage on your Property not required
Safety Department will exhibit Officers will demonstrateuse staff recruiting desks at all

its crime-fightingcapabilities of a fully equipped patrol districts. FREE CHECKING ACCOUNTS FOR SENIOR CITIZENS AND THOSE
on land, sea and In the air at
PERMANENTLY DISABLED PHONE FOR FREE BANK-BY-MAIL
the Police Appreciation Week
Open House, Sunday, May 4, ASK FOR ME I SUPPLIES
from 2 to 4 p.m. at the Pub-

lic 14th Safety Street.Building,. 1320 NW ; ; -I I Wt con ass experienced bank clerks

Mobile communications, .A Starting Salary $92.00 per week ,

bomb and crime lab vans an '
YOU a YOU purui nm unmet.n nun suns .11PLII.'CIiIlTID..t' sass
underwater recovery unit and A With.Trust Dcpartmtnt RMHtat tlltrMtitNtUniu
the police helicopter will be PAYf , PAYLESS kIb.st 11'11I'2Avuw sbm fllrlCl'1'511 Strut fcrtt tllfpkwHIMDnorm 11I1'''.fiirWi
among the law enforcement 1Isp1o1101.115
facilities displayed by the largest LESS
police department In the
I ran urma un w inm MUNI iuei
Southeast. Witt IliliHftwiy/ it Slid strut
A one-hour tour is set for JOHNSON sue Nqd I Us1U or."DPUS'

Central Division's crime lab, "STOP PAYING THOSE HIGH PRICES!" 1Ilpbt

records, fingerprinting and NATIONAL un,MMKHCIlimtntntlStrtttitUrUvini rants MUTT turnout SUE '
communications divisions at "SAVE MONEY lirUwut 7U him it USIUtfutdittl !
Muni,Mil Mlmri Flirlli "
the Public Safety Building. ANYTHING THAT I SELLI WILL GUARANTEE TilMhuiHSIJOl '1ft,,,? 115 2m #I'
Open House is scheduled at THE PRICE FOR THIRTY DAYS.
the Public Safety DepartmentNorth

District, 16770 NW 37th COLOR TV BLACK & WHITE TVsWHY GROUPOF
Ave. and South District, at E. PEOPLES

Fern St. Perrlne, : for the WASHERS NoV NATIONAL BANKS \
bours.I
same AIR Kennedy TRY ME
All districts will distribute
CONDITIONERS FIRSTPHONE Combined Resources in excess of $103,000,000.00
childrens' Identification cards, FREEZERS
provided by the Greater Miami DRYERS ; '
Crime Commission's Police REFRIGERATORS 3795S43STEREOS MEMBERS, FEDERAl DEPOSIT INSURANCE CORPORATION.
FEDtRAl RESERVI SYSTEM 'I' 'j "'
Commit
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MARLINS OFF TO A GOOD START This was a good week for track,for those of us who saw the
GMAC Meet we got a treat. Gerald Tinker and Ted Bennettdid
Woody Smith's boys after a shakey start have won three of
to didn't
their thing,but the race everyone was waiting see,
their last four games. The most Important was the opening his
come off. Amos Machanic didn't get chance to try Larry
game which was played before a crowd of over 6,600. What a
Black. The fans were little hostile Coach Daniels of Klllian
game this was, the Marlins defeated pompano Beach 1-0 in a
for keeping Black out of the open quarter mile; but knowing
pitchers duel. The people who were responsible for the large Mr. and Mrs. Willie Smith Give their thanks to "Uncle Dan" the way I do, he had something else In mind. Of

crowd were the merchants who purchased 20,000 tickets and their family and friends who came to celebrate with all the years Dan has been coaching,he has yet to have enough
distributed them their This
fine
among customers. was a
ges- depth to challenge the mighties, like Gables and North western.
ture and I hope they try this some more. The Marlins have them at their wedding reception.
He has given the scares; but so far he has been over person-
Just started their season, therefore, I don't have too much to
nelled. Northwestern and Gables have been able to qualify two
write about them at present but hope to as we go along.
events has able
or three fellows in the open where Dan been

to qualify only one maybe two. These larger schools rely on

,their numbers, whereas, Killlan rely on this one boy. To me,
M-DJC North Campus this means one thing, Jackson, Northwestern, and Gables can
j
never relax; because Dan and the Cougars will be right thereto

Happening ,1II take the bacon home.
As a bit of advice to Amos, don't think too hard about the
M 1 quarter mile and forget about your half mile championship.I .
By WILLIAM"Sherb" PARKS understand there Is a young fellow by the name of Porter

I Thompkins, that will have to be beaten.He won't lay down, you
will have to run by him.

Campus quiet was disruptedby A backlash of the demon- From the meets I've seen so far, I'm looking forward to
the districts state and the AAU meet this I don't
a student protest concern- stration was held on Thurs- summer.
k Ing the dismissal of two black day to honor the American know who will win; but should be exciting.On .
Y a 4 e last track note for this week If the girls from the
{ g students from school. The flag It was an orderly gathering ;
demonstration was headed by held In the same place as Richmond-Perrlne track club don't stop running over everyone -
United Black Students (UBS) the previous demonstration by they will Utterly run out of competition. With Doris and
H Rolle and black students. It Shirley Thomas leading the way, the Midgets and Juniors almost -
president, a r r y was simply
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closed
r'o r was backed solidly by both termed "Rally-Round-The- out everybody else. Congrats to Ricbmond-Per-
LEW BEASLEY MANNY DECASTRO and white students. Flag Day", as the groupsaluted rine Club and Coaches. Senior citizen,Joyce Tinker(Gerald's
The demonstration began the flag, and said the pledgeof little sister) had little competition while doing her thing in the
Pictured above Lew
are Beasley a returnee from last
years women's division. I don't know what coaches
you are thinking
Marlins and mildly at first,but as the num- allegiance.
Security Police Officer Manny DeCastroatthe about, to let a young lady with Joyce's ability run unattached.
Miami stadium parking lot. Manny should be congratulated ber of students swelled the sit- Omega Phi Psi Fraternityheld
Wake !
because patrons the ball uation took on a new Intensity their Induction cere- up
attending games know that they can For those of that haven't this edition of the
seen
you, year's
monies
and the slowly Saturday April 19 at
leave their cars In safe hands. Manny hasseen his sixth con- pressure ,
secutive with the Marlins Marlins mounted. The situation really the New Everglades H 0 te 1. Marlins, are missing a treat.The team has pretty good balanceand
year
schedule for next
week Thursday blew-up with, the arrival of Speaker of the night was Mr. above all, the desire to win. Woody Smith, their managerhas
: Friday
Saturday, April 24-26 Marlins vs
his hustle hustle attitude into these
injected play-
James Guest young
newsmen and photographers Cash presentwere
West Palm Beach. April 30 1-2 Marlins ,
May vs Ft. Lauderdale
For reservations call 635-5395. who unknowingly incited the Harry Rolle, pres. of ers and they will be hard to beat. I pick Miami to repeat as

tearing down of the flag by ang- UBS, Dr. M. J. Taylor, deanof Florida State league champs this year.
SCHOOLING RACES AT FLAGLERSchool ered black students. Student Personnel, Mr. Short of tieing shoelaces or putting rocks In their shoes, Bill

bells ring Friday night as several hundred Quickly the scene was Leon Robinson, director of Russell Is looking for a way of stopping Wilt, Jerry and Elgin;
Grey-
hounds begin brushing up on their racing education Flagler changed as students rushed student activities, and other If anyone has an Idea, let me know,so I can pass it on to Bill
Kennel Club.Friday's upstairs to stage a sit-in be- esteemed guest. Members of The Celtics have come a long way, but Idon't see them stop-

activities are the first of three sessions fore the door of college Vice- the faculty who played a partIn fog the laker machine do you?
.I' leading f up to Flagler's return to action pre-season when owner Issie Pres. Ambrose Garner.While the development and wel- Thanks to "Mr. Pres" of the Jet-Away, I met Maxie New-

Hecht's fabulous Greyhound showplace opens for the summer this was taking place UBS' fare of the young organization bold's latest discovery Alma Lee. She has one of the best
season on Monday, May 5. pres. & vice pres. congerred were awarded with certifi- styles and deliveries Iheard from a new singer in quite some-

Schooling continues Monday night and Thursday night. with Garner demanding the cates of merit. time. With any luck, Alma should go quite far.

hounds from Flagler's 32 contract kennels are on hand Grey-, Including readmittance of the students. The evening was highlighted Incldentially, she Is my sport of the week; and Alma stickto

for the first time, an outfit of overseas champs from After an hour of deliberation with the presentation of the singing, Bid Whist is not a sport.
the kennel of Miss Pauline Wallis of England and Ireland. Garner conceded to the pointof "Best Pledge" and "Best Until the next time, remain a good sport.

Admission and parking are free for the non-betting school- letting the two students Brother" awards.Honors went .

ing action.Youngsters are welcome if accompanied by an adult. apply for readmission, one In to Mr. Vann Johnson and Mr.

Post-time for the first of,some 40 practice"races Friday is the Spring, the other In the Ell Demeritte Sr.,respectively. -
6:30. summer. Miami Ads Don't Cost

Flagler returns to official competition on the double with
matinee and evening cards launching the 104-night campaignon EAGLES BEAT They Pay
MISSIONARY DRIVE
May 5. Doubleheader programs, afternoon and evening,are COLTS 19-12
scheduled for each Wednesday and Saturday of the meeting, FOR GHANA SCHOOLThe

plus Memorial Day, July 4 and Labor Day holidays besides the
opener. Matinees begin at 1:15. Evening racing, each night The Opa-locka Eagles attacked African Universal
except Sunday, commences at 8. the Goulds Colts for 13 {Church has begun its missionary -
Schooling sessions will provide Gr vhnmwi fanotfl'CI with runs in the second Inning to drive for Ghana. Will you
their first opportunity to watch the Wallis' Brlstish Kennel beat the Colts 19-12, Sunday please help us to help our

action against America's best. And some of the strangers, In Goulds. little boys and girls In Ghana?
such as Flaming King, as you wish, Sunrise Rober, Buccara, Pitcher Tom Stankus need We are trying to open a little hot box.
Victory Spirit, still hope and Faithful Concord are certain to ed relief help from Jimmie mission school together with
be found on the list of Harry's hot dogs many times throughout Alexander In the fifth Inning to 1 j the remodeling of our little
the season. secure his first win of the sea-
I(church In the village Asofa,
and, we will what-
son.Stankus appreciate
MIAMI PREPS STANDOUT collected four hits \ the
ever help public may give.
Gainesville quarterback Eddie McAshan was named one of ;and edged out Patterson,Alexander All donations may be sent to

the nation's top ten prep football players by Coach and Athlete and Hollis by one vote 1 the Hollywood Federal Savings _
magazine. The honor Is based on scholarship and citizenship. to win the MVP award for the and Loan Assn., 1909

McAshan Is a quiet-spokenstraight-A student and student body game. i Tyler Street, Hollywood, Fla.
president. The Eagles will play their

(,> Rufus Ferguson of ,KIllian Is getting solid advance billing next game against tough Hialeah .
as a Buddy Young-type runner for University of Wisconsin. Sunday at Ingram Park. r
The Badgers recently Invited Blanche Ely's all-state basket-
ball forward Vernon Taylor for a campus visit. Taylor Is an ALCOLYTE DANCEThe Brown & Son
excellent student. j

Everette Burrows, a starter for the 1968 basketball team at CARPENTRY AND

Miami-Dade Junior College North, recently was named to the public Is cordially invited GENERAL REPAIRS choose your fovprites from:.:our favorites .
honorable mention list of the All-Oklahoma Collegiate Conference t o a dance on Friday,
I team. May 2 from 7 to 11 p.m. at FREE EATIMATES

I r. St. Agnes Episcopal Church
Hall, 1750 NW 3rd Court. The CALL 754-8590 winnmq-et
FINALS AT GULFSTREAM SATURDAYFinal dance Is sponsored by the Al- 220 '
N.W. 50 TH ST. $
programs of the Florida racing season are on tap at colytes of St.Agnes.Donation:

Gulfstream Park this week. The track will be dark Friday, Adults 50$ and children 25?.

April 26. .
In an unusual climax to an excellent season,Gulfstream will ( _
present, for the first time In United States thoroughbred rac-
ing, an entire card of grass races Saturday. All 10 of the Let Us Make Your miami beach
events are scheduled for the turf course with two at a mile

distance and the others at a mile and a sixteenth. LATE INCOME TAX REPORT
The feature of the day is a $15,000 allowance test which 1M tW + L wI 1 1T

track President James Donn, Jr. has named the Appreciation THE TAYLORS .
(To Our Patrons) Purse. For four-year-olds and up, the
NIGHT 8 f A WROMT SO. COIL I1t13
will attract from the Green
Appreciation Purse likely many 1080 NW 54th Street 757-4827
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AS: By FRED ::::N Little cash required.

T 11!; BETTELHEIM, JR ; E Call Bill Hahn

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The advantages of FHA have 373-7325
been dis .b x In several pre

vi ni& c uajis and it would
seem that everyone should
think well of FHA and praiseIt
to the skies as one of the
more useful government agen- ,.v_

cies that help many people FOR SALE
solve their housing problems.But F&AMMasonsand
there are some people OES held their Grand 3 bdrm, garage, $250 down
who don't like FHA In spite of Lodge Convention,April 1820at $110 month
' all the good things that it does. the Sheraton Tampa Motor 2267 NW 93rd Street
Inn, 515 East Coast Street * *
Many of those who think that ,
FHA is bad are homeownerswho Tampa. 2 bdrm, 2 bath, $600 down iSRonald
are against the idea of Mrs. Mary Linda Arline of $125 month
selling their homes through Miami was reelected grand 715 NW 52nd Street
matron and Mr. Thomas Mon- * *
FHA. They believe that it is to
germery of Miami(not shown) t
their advantage to sell withan .
was reelected 2 bdrm, double garage, ..
grand '
FHA-Insured of with mortgage the Instead Winner of the $100 master in the luxury home. $700 down Pearson, 18, who wants to become a television repairman under

ventional selling kind financing con- king and queen contest was $145 month the RCA "Four Cities" Test program at the Chicago Training Center, has

through a bank orfederalsavings Lady Chatman Chapter 141 1177 NW* *48th* Street his work checked by instructor Charles Lewthwaite, right. The U. S. Labor

and loan association. raised Opa-locka.$2,735.21.Queen contestants 4 bdrm, 2 bath, $500 down; department, working in conjunction with the RCA Service Company, has put

Sometimes people even think it $130 month up $2.5 million for theoverall program that initially accommodates 400 students120 :

is better to take back a pur- 15820 NW 27th Place in both Chicago and Los Angeles; and 80 each in Camden and Newark,
chase money mortgage as partof
the purchase price to makeup to pay them. It used to be the N. J. RCA has invested an additional $1 million. (NPI photo).
practice for the buyer to
pay,
the difference between the
and the trend is that
way again.
amount of cash down plus the
It is subject to whatever may .
existing mortgage if any, and
be agreed in each
the price desired for the upon case. AUTO INSURANCELow
The real estate commission is CARLTON REALTY
house.
the same with either bank financing Premium Rates
Most of the feeling against
FHA is based on misinformation or FHA. Low Monthly Payments !' :S074NW Id STREET BROKER
It would seem that there is
or misunderstanding not really very much basis for ImmediateSR.22Filings 693-4772 IF NO ANS. 7596500FHA

mainly along the line that the bad feeling that some sel- OFFICE HOURS. ,

FHA charges a fortune for its lers have about FHA. If there Mon. Thru Frl. 9,30.7.00 I Lorge 2 bdrm, 1 bath, liv rm, din rm, kitch,
services so that little Is Sot. 9i304iOOBROWN s
very
left for the seller. are any questions, please garage, lovely grounds. $12,500, $600 down.
Actually, phone this writer at751-8642. REALTY & INSURANCE AGENCY $89.64 month.FHACBS .
the FHA charges are not un-
reasonable, and on balance 740 NW 7th Avenue 4 bdrm, 2 both, Fla rm, gar., tile roof,
they would seem to be well 754.065 choice area. $21,000, $1800 down. $146 month.
worthwhile for the seller to WHY PAY RENT? NO QUALIFYING

for the two big advantagesto
pay 2 CBS DuplexesFHA 3 bdrm 1 bath liv Ute h. din
Ige
the seller that FHA offers. CBS rm, rm,
Terms front closed porch, carport, $10,000, $2500 dwn ,
The first is that the seller gets /,. "-1:;.[(
all cash and does not have to 8041.43 NW 12th Court $100 month. ,

take back a mortgage, and the 8040.42 NW 12th Avenue REAL WE HAVE OTHERS
other is that there are many
Drive by
more prospective buyers who
can pay the low FHA down pay- Call 759-8741 'IOIER ;

ment as compared with the

relatively few who can affordto SPITZER REALTY, Realtors OPEN 1 DAYS F
pay the high cash down pay- 4217 Southwest 21st Street
ment with financing
customary any -
HOME & INCOMEIn
other than FHA. Carver rw heart of Allapattah at corner of 34th St. and .
Therefore, an FHA sale Is Hollywood
15th Ave. Front househas 3 bedrooms, 2 baths
likely to be faster for the
seller. Ranches that can be used as 2 bedroom and 1 bedroom opts -

FHA charges $35 for an and rear house has 1 bedroom. Enclosed front No Qualifying'
appraisal, including a conditional NewsBy porch,. air c aiditioned' with hear. appliances. Furn.Ish. -

loan commitment to insure Walter Bow. d. FHA price $15,000, $500 down and $113.54 No Closing' Costs
a mortgage for the month.
amount appraised less the -
Barber
down payment, subject to Shop Bowe's at 5432 Community Pembroke Rd., ',, WILLSEL'L FOR FHA VALUATION :t.t'::< r
needed repairs. If a seller is closed April 5, because of the Madern,3"bedroomCB: $, screened patio; (aloujiit,. Large 4 bedroom, V/i bath, CBS frame on

unhappy with the appraisal, it widening of the road, which ;wlndows*.ifr'eihlypaintsLmode'rrr;, kitchen.;;:J JTi. large lot. $450 down. $125 month pays all.

need not be used. $35 is little will be four lanes in the future. .I lot., .FHA P'Ut, $1.5,45'$500 down, $110.82"ma, y -
enough for the fair and impartial /
from that
Two of,the barbers
market value, with the at Bowe's Modernistic Direct from Owner:
shop are -
,
.
commitment. Brokers may Barber'' Shop, 4444 Pem- WILL SELL FOR FHA VALUATION
advance this $35, with the un- of Modern 3 bedroom, 2 bath home on large corner
broke Rd. at the corner
derstanding that it should be 46th Ave. Irwin, Harris,Willie lot. Carport, terrazzo floors, wall heat, ,jalousie 371-4972 or 3581879BY
repaid if the seller will not windows, stove, refrigerator. FHA price $17,000,
Alford six barbers to serve
,
$700 down $12 .861110nth.
allow selling on the basis of ,

the appraisal. The other main you.The Carver Ranches fire
charge Is the "discount ,
'
Department holds its meet- FINDSECUniTYMTHINVESTMENT' ;,
which | ; '
varies now around 5% ; )
ing every Monday at 8 p.m. '
and is a reasonable charge for PROPERTIESWe OWNER
the seller to for the ad- Members please be present. have several duplexes: w.llas 5 and 6'unit
vantage of quick pay sale for all Comrade George Scott is in buildings that you can buy with a low down ,payment ((1)) 1121 NW 51st St. (CBS duplex). $350 dwn. .
cash. the Veterans Hospital In Mi- : and reasonable monthly payments. Have income $125 pays all.
Then there are closing ami on the ninth floor In ward'B' I and live rent,free, too. Come to seal

costs of about 3% 'or 31/2% Mrs.. Eleanor V. Bowe is' ((2)) 2125 NW 58th ct. (CBS duplex$250) dwn.

of the mortgage amount.These home again after one month In WE HAVE MANY MORE HOMES $99 pays all.
are about the same as with a Memorial Hospital. YOU CAN BUY ANY OF OUR FHA HOMES FOR
bank mortgage. The buyer usually Hollywood ((3)) 7800 NW 10th Ave. 2 bdrm $500 dwn.
She is thanking all of relatives I $100 DOWN IF YOU ARE A VET OR BEING ,
pays for a bank mortgage and friends who came, DISPLACED AND IF YOU CAN QUALIFY $95 pays ad. No qualifying.
Whereas in the FHA
and remembered her in their
deals tomary It recently has,been for more the seller cus- prayers. Thanks for all the ((4)) 2417 NW 43rd St. -3 bdrm, CBS, $300 dwn.

beautiful cards and flowers. $92 pays all.
j
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REALTYBROKER

BY OWNER ((5)) 1852 NW 47th St. CBS, 2 bdrm, $250 dwn.

RENT OPTION TO BUY $91 pays all.

3639 NW 15th Avenue 4932 NW 7th Av. For information on how to payoff

CBS 2,000 ft. with pork- all mortgages and fix your house
building, over square
ing. Ideal for children's nursery, medical PL, 9-4371 for only $45.00 cash. Call Mr. Ford

building, insurance office, small church. CAROL CITY SHOPPING CENTER at 7513659.

For Appointment Call: SUITE 208 '624366&971itn CALL DAYS: 151-3659

i' ; SUi :Pfftl ;rj CALL EVES: 226-1481
-751-3659 "EYen1ngs days
MR. FORD 4aNA, MiN'rllb//1 sGbb a. -v S rlfYfK'Y' ,,_






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30 THE MIAMI TIMES, Friday, April 25, 1969 _

HELP WANTED DRAPERIEStaken SEWING' MACHINE

I: Hermetic Seal Technician.Instrument 'down, cleaned, decorator 1968 SINGER CONSOLES

CLASSIFIED ADS experience. Must be folded and rehung.Drap- I II i g h t I y used zig-zag In
familiar with mass spectro- ery rods installed. LUSTRA/ stylish wal. cab. make but.

20 WORDS OR LESS $2.00. 100 FOR EACH ADDITIONAL :.VORD. meter leak test equipment. TONE DRAPERY 887-8022 SERVICE. holes,,sews applique on but., overcast, monograms -

DEADLINE FOR CLASSIFIED ADS TUESDAY 6 P. M. Excellent starting salary. and blind hem stitch with-
Fringe benefits. Working conditions out attachments. All controls -
built'In.. Full
4101 price
Apply Barfield,
$51.20 or assume paymentsof
FOR SALE FOR SALE FOR SALENo NW 29th St. Miami. An equal $6.00 mo. For free home
employment opportunity employer demonstration, call Capitol
BRAND NEWI! Close in location Modern Duplex. 2 bedrooms Credit Mgr. till 9 p.m. No
3 bedroom, 2 bath, pric- each side. Tile roof, terrazzo qualifying. Furnished, obligation. If toll, call col-
ed middle $20's, huge Florida floors, 2 car carporte. Ap- suitable 2 family, 3 bedroom. lect. 9498124.
2 bath,2 kitchens,carport,fenc- Female. Office work. Good Machines
Capitol Sewing
room, garage, tile roof, cir- pliances. Beautiful area. FHA
cular drive. Do you have $2- terms $1800 down Tubin ed, awnings. Only $7500. low with figures. Use of an elec- of Southern Florida

500 down? Aetna Realty Realtors, 7906 NW 7th Ave. down. D. Goodman and Sons, tric typewriter. Good phone.

(Broker), 811 NW 54th St. Phone 6914785. 2688 NW 62nd St. 6910380. decorum, pleasing personality, F.S.E.S REPORT: .
Phone: '7575724. neat appearance. Call for fur-
Corner resident lot in West ther information. 758-7616. Jobs
DUPLEX $12,000 $2,500 Hollywood, Call 691-5454 or Training Open Now
1250 91stStreetImmaculate
NW down. 18215 SW 102nd Perrine
634-2332. WANTEDSix If you have no experience but want to work-here is an
2 bedroom, Florida room, Florida. Mar Dan Assoc 445-
oak floors tile roof com- ladies with cars who could opportunity to work and learn a new trade. All you haveto
2557.
for rent. Fur nish. A do is apply for a Job at the Service Office
pletely fenced, central heat, Cottage .9 use $50 to $75 a week. No so- Employment
couple preferred. Deposit re- liciting or delivering. For listed below.
FHA $17,000 No closing FHA $89 PAYS ALL An in NW Miami needs assembler
((1)) employer an
section phone after personnel interview call 624-
NW
costs (Vets $900 down) be =quired.
$300 down plus closing costs. 1466 trainee. The starting salary is$1,75 an hour for an 8 a.m.
first, bring money. Aetna Store, refrigerator, air con-' 7 p.m. 758-9062 days. 624-0537 evening. 4:30 pm. shift, Monday through Friday.
Realty (Broker), 811 NW 54th ditioner. Complete wall to wall (May 2))
((2)) Another employer in NW Miami needs a trainee to,
Street, phone: 757-5724. carpeting. Fenced. learn how to be The start-
FOR RENT Florida registered }pharmac : an engraving press operator.
'. RIMCO INC., REALTOR let. Excellent opportunity. ing salary is $70.00 a week for an 8:00 a.m. to 4:30 p.m.
5719-21 NW 5th Court CBS 4184 Palm Ave., Hialeah shift
Call J&J Drugs. 6912001. Monday through Friday.
duplex, live in one, rent the 821-4511 1 bedroom apartment per-
Here's another for with
Apr. 25 (3) good Job someone no experience -
other side, FHA $18,500, ferable middle age working A NW area employer has a trainee Job openingfor

downpayment $800 seller North Miami Beach. 2 modern man. $17 week. Must pay 2 Beauty operator wanted. Call an airplane cleaner. The starting salary is $2.31 an
weeks in advance. Good location
pays all closing costs. See to 3 bedroom CBS homes. FHA 691-9392. (May 9)) hour for a rotating shift. Your own transportation will be'
day. Aetna Realty (Broker), terms. $2100 down. Excellent To see call NE 5-4805. necessary and you would work five day,forty hour week.

811 NW 54th Street, Phone: income investment. Tubin MEN AND WOMEN. Office Apply for all these Jobs at the Industrial Office, Florida
furnished
1 bedroom
7575724. Realtors, 7906 NW 7th Ave. for rent. 536 NW apartment 47th cleaning and floor maintenance State Employment Service, 1350 N.W. 12th Avenue,Room
Phone: 691-4785. Parttime and full- to 5:00: p.m. Monday through. Friday.
268 NW 59th Terrace 3 bed- St. 7596088.
time. Call 758-1191. Ask for
room house plus 2 bedroom Small frame. 2 bedrooms,
apartment plus one bedroom Nice clean room for rent.Rea- Mays.
need some repairs. Easy DADE COUNTY, FLORIDA
apartment. FHA $23,000' sonalbe, single men only.Call
terms. 949-8219.
Three barbers to start work
696-8868. PUBLIC ADVERTISEMENTFOR
Seller pays all closing costs.
This is, a buy of a lifetime, immediately; good businessand TURN-KEY WORK
$350 DOWN FHA good pay $.75 out of every
insure your future. Aetna'' 243 NW 43rd STREET $1.00. Dade County, Florida through Its Department of

Realty (Broker), 811 NW 54th Lovely CBS, nice location. Large 1 bedroom apartment, DAVE'S ARTISTIC BARBER Housing I and Urban Development will receive

Street. Phone: 757-5724. Hurry, this will sell fast. Al- Florida room, nicely furnish SHOP Turnkey proposals for a total of 500 low-fen

lapattah Realty, Realtor. 633- ed. Walk in closets. Adults. 1090 NW 62nd Street housing units together with community, management -
2911 NW 161st Street-CBS 3
0426. $90 month. 757-0086. Phone: 759-9314 and maintenance space where required, in
bedroom stove
refrigerator
,
(May 9)) increments of a minimum of 25 units and a maxi
FHA $13,400. (Vets or 221
Room in private home. Work- mum of 150 units per site, beginning Monday,
people $500)) Seller pays all 4 door 1960 Oldsmobile. Air- ing couple only.Some cooking. April 28, 1969.
closing costs. Hurry! Hurry! conditioned, radio and heater. 7574149. Call in evenings Man to go with salesman
Hurry! Aetna Realty (Broker) $155 cash. 6335766. after 7. $1.75 an hour. Ph: 448-8054 Proposed sites should be submitted for approval
811 NW 54th Street, Phone: between 8 and 9 a.m. or 9 to prior to preparation of proposals. In order that the

757-5724. DELUXE DUPLEX Nice apartment for handymanand 10 p.m. Must be available a t earliest inspection can be made of the sites by
3 representatives of the Housing Assistance Regional
p.m.
16x32 SCREENED POOL wife. No children. For
.' 4th AvenueFan Office proposed sites should be submitted
7000-02 NW Modern CBS, 2 bedrooms each management and maintenanceof no
\ ta s tI c huge dupex, 3 bedrooms side. Garage, all appliances, small building 758-4873. CHILDCARE later than May 16. 1969. Developers must own the
,2 baths one side. 2 bed- 3 air-conditionersrental property be able todeliver.Sites must b.lu-
FHA $23,000 Seller pays all apartment completely fur- Childcare in private nurseryand viced by all utilities, including a public sewer.

closing costs,Ideal for 2 fami- nished. Many extras. Buy this Wanted 2 working males pre-kinder arten. Will be For full information, contact H. Vann Rhodes,

lies. See today, move quicklyon beauty for only $4500 down. willing to share home.Cooking open this summer. Free pickup : Director of Development, D.Pt. of HUD, 1401 NW
this one. Aetna Realty Lew Baron, Assoc. privileges 688-4860, and delivery. Call 693-0242 NW 7th Street, Miami, Florida. Telephone: 377-
(Broker), 811 NW 54th St. Ph., WEBB REALTY, CORP. (M. 16)) t 3921.

757-5724. 688-6616 Room. Middle age man only.

11575 NW 7th Avenue 83rd St. NW 18th Avenue. 634- Excellent Infant care in my ';R'l n11l np.lIIn Tar _1: III
6834 NW 5thA venue 2 bed- 6602. Call, after 4 p.m. home five days a week. 633- r

,room, 1 bath home, central HOME AND INCOME 4330.> (Apr. 25)) AGENT WANTEDIN
air-conditioned, plus rental Lovely large 2 bedroom, large Room in private home. Cook-
cottage in rear. Absolutely no living and dining room, 2 ing facilities Quiet workingman SOUTH DADE
qualifying, $12,800 total price porches, plus one bedroom only. Call anytime after LEGAL NOTICE ,
$3,000 down, one mortgage.You apartment. See: 266 NW 40th 5:30 Thursday. 758-5704. Intend to register under fictitious The Miami Times needs a Circulation Manager to

can almost live free. St. Call owner: 693-2631. name act, service the South Dade area from Coconut Groveto
Aetna RealtyBroker), 811 NW Nice room in private home for "BLACK IS GOLD Florida City. Route could be handled Thursday

54th Street. Phone: 757-5724 Lovely CBS home, on tremendous man. FR 3-0559. Sundays, OX ASIAN JEWELRY", afternoon or Friday mornll!! g. This is a fast grow-
lot.Good for small family 17479. 6259 NW 7th Avenue, Miami, area and offers great potential
6515 NW 2nd Avenue CBS that wants privacy.. See: 1931 Fla. Thomas Hall and James
2 bedroom, 1 bath, stove, refrigerator NW 88th Street. $350 down. FOR RENT Fugua, owners. CALL MRS. DAVIS, 6910421SPECIALISTS

tile roof. $12,000 Call owner: 693-2631. Small house, 2 people $17 April 11, 18, 25, May 7
fGJ10IQrt
total price, $1,000 down- no 2 bedroom CBS apt. $24
qualifying, one mortgage.$100 2 bedroom CBS duplex $30
monthly, don't let this one get CHURCH I 1'1 I PROPERTY Deposit Required
away. Aetna Realty (Broker) Large area 125 x 143 suitablefor WEST REALTY SEWING MACHINE

811 NW 54th St., Phone: 757- church. Large home on lot 2020 NW 62nd Street Repair SpecialWe
5724. at present but can be converted Open 9 to 12
for church use must be r
3 bedroom 1 bath CBS like new. seen to appreciate on NW 70th STORE FOR RENT will I

Fenced yard. Wall to wall car St. near 7th Avenue. May be 801 NW 54th Street.Store with clean, oil

pet. Close to school, bus, purchased through FHA. good parking. For rent for any and adjust S SERVICEFIRSTINSURANCE

shopping FHA $450down.$107 Excellent deal. Call Jean suitable business. Call 373- sewing 2 AGENCY
,. mont Veterans or with 221 Fenster for appointment to 6648 or 9491604. your
certificate $100 down. Atlan- show. Fenster Realty, Broker i ma-

tic and Pacific Realtors. 666- 759-8779. 1 bedroom furnished apartment chine in
0411. Free lights and water. your home. JIM LEVENSON, Own.r Phon* 635-7507

GOOD INCOME Deposit required. Sorry no
Pretty CBS 2 bedroom 1 bath PROPERTY children 1870 NW 55th Terrace CALL:

large Florida room tile roof, 17 UNITS ALL FURNISHEDThis 633-2937. 864-4309 Brand New
hardwood floor. $2000 cash is a chance to give your- or
i down. Bank Financing Terms self a g ood, income oppor
I' .. arranged. Atlantic and pacific tunity. Take advantage of this CHILDCAREThe 154-4634 Vacuum Cleaner
: Realtors 666-0411. excellent investment of these

18 units. One mortgage. Call best of childcare in private 5 yr. Service Guarantee
3020 NW 162nd St. Modern 3 I us for all details. Fenster
home. Phone 693-1640. SPECIAL PRICE
Q
bedroom CBS, 2 air-con Realty, Broker, 759-8779. SEWING MACHINE
ditioners. 75 x 100 fenced 1968 zigzag portable. Zigzag -
yard. Near schools, shoppingand slightly used. No attachments -
bus. FHA $400 down. needed to mono:)
$88.52 month. Tubin Realtors, MALE LAUNDRY HELP gram, everc st, make but, 1850
Good ton holes, controls built In.
Loaders pullers extractor operators.
691- ,
7906 NW 7th Ave. Phone: Sews with 1 or 2 needles.
4785. wages. Production bonus. Excellent company Full price $31.84 or assume 7 ftt. hose' .Home Demonstrt Ion I

benefits. Paid vacation. Permanent job. Must payments of $3.10 URuSl&.tOtOt'h ment No Obligation easy terms

LOTS FOR SALE be 18 or over.. Apply in mornings. No phone monthly.demonstration For, call free Credit home ** Crevice Ext. wand tool

75 X 110 20002354716. calls please. Ask for Mr. Findley, National Mgr. until 9 p.m. No obli- CAU-625-J26I

Linen Service 1950 NW 1st Avenue. gation. If toll, call collect
House for sale. Frame $6,000 <949-8124< ABBEY DOMESTIC, 15J2 N. W. 27th Avenue

235-4716.





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__ __ THE MIAMI TIMES, Friday, April 25, 1969 31 .

.Issues New Guidelines For Planning Assistance Program I

-
New priorities for comprehensive vised policies and proceduresof new handbooks emphasize the dress itself to the social con- cial concerns, such as housing Copies of the handbooks are
planning at all levelsof the H U D Comprehensive need to make comprehensive cerns of our time and our com services to low income available from the Community
government were announced Planning Assistance Pro- planning more relevant to the pelling need to develop human groups, and the movement of Relations Division, Officeof
this week bySecretaryGeorge gram, often referred to as the major problems facing state resources," Mr. Jackson minorities to the larger com- Public Affairs, U. S. Department -
Romney of the U. S. 701 program after the 1954 "
and local governments. said. munity. of Housing and Urban
Department of Housing and Housing Act section which au- Moving from its early con In approving applicationsfor The handbooks supercedethe Development, Washing
Urban Development. thorized iiSamuel cern with the phys Ica 1 ele- assistance, HUD will give Urban Planning Program ton, D.'C. 20410.James .
These priorities are out C. Jackson, Assis- ments of the urban environ- priority to those applications Guide, planning agency
lined in two basic handbooks tant Secretary for Metropolitan ment, comprehensive planning which Include activity directed letters, and various policy directives Earl Ray
just issued, containing there- Development, said "the must now more clearly. toward a wide range of sols previously Issued.

Justice OrCoverup


NAACP Youth Tn fnntr fi0 In Pitch For Wito At IS ?
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WASHINGTON More than ted to action to lower the vot- Announcing the conference, coordinating the conference lion of Social Workers.: Was a 'deal' made to
2,000 young people and some Ing age. Mr. Wilkins said: "Any sound from the NAACP National Office Americans for Democratic keep King's killer
adults from across the nation Leading legislators programmed expansion of the electorate Is in New York City reportsthat Action, the National Student
gathered here, April 21-22, to appear were to be welcomed. Throughoutits a large number of organi- Nurses Association, the quiet?
for a Youth Mobilization Con- House Majority Leader Carl 60-year history, the zations sent delegates and American Veterans Committee * rr
ference, sponsored by the National Albert (D., Okla); House Mi- NAACP has consistentlyworked have written hearty endorse. the A ME Ministers Con-
Association for the Ad- nority Leader Gerald R. FordR. for expansion of the ments of the principle of low ference of New York City. BLACK AMERICANS
vancement of Colored People, ( ., Mich.); and Senators Fred vote.With ering the voting age. STARVE!
to lobby for enactment of legislation Harris (D., Okla.); Edward W. 67,586 members the Among these groups are the
to lower the voting age Brooke (R., Mass); Jacob Ja- Youth and College Division of League of Women Voters,* DORSEY CLASS OF 39 & 49 These two stories will
to 18 throughout the country.In vits (R., N.Y.); Thomas F. the NAACP is the largest B'nal B'rithHillel Foundation, The class of 1939 and 49 of "'I,
addition to visiting their Eagleton, Mo.); Howard group of organized' young pea the Youth Franchise Coalition Dorsey will hold an Important make your blood boill!

Representatives and Senatorson Baker, Jr. (R., Tenn.); Birch ple in the civil rights movement which encompasses 15 youth meeting on Sunday, April 27, Read them in the May
the Hill the delegates will Bayh (D., tod.); Hugh Scott, groups, the National Student t at 4 p.m. The meeting will be
be addressed by both the majority (R., Pa.) and Joseph D. Ty- Miss Carolyn Qullloin who YWCA, The NatlonalAssocia- held at Freeman's Restaurant issue of SEPIAat
and minority leader in dings (D., Md.). 8615 NW 22nd Avenue. All your newsstand
the House and by eight Senators Representative Louis Marriage Enrichment Course members are urged to be NOW!
all of whom are commit- Stokes (D., Ohio) will give a e present. Telephone 6919541or
enrichment er for each of the sessions 751-8414..
---------------- formal address at the closing A marriage
session of the conference on clinic will be held at Our will be the Rev. Carl H.

the theme, "Where Do we Go Saviour Lutheran Church,2362 T elke, MA. The Rev. Mr. . "
111 From Here?" NW 95th St., Monday through Toelke is executive secretaryof
The sessions opened at 10 Wednesday evenings April 28- the Protestant Social Welfare
will be held from Services. Mr. Toelke received
1 111 a.m. Monday In the Grand 30. Meetings
/ Salon of the Hotel America 7:30 to 9:30 p.m. On monday his MA degree from
with an address by James evening the topic will be"Retaining Western Reserve University, flowers for all
few/hop
Cleveland Ohio and did subsequent
Blake, NAACP vice presidentin and Building Your Per- \
sonality in Marriage." Tues- graduate work in Social occasionsFLOWERS
owners. charge of youth affairs,and
day evening's presentationwill Psychology and Urban
greetings from both NAACP
,,Structure at I Univer-
Psfbaefeaslittleas President Klvie Kaplan and center around "Pressure Loyola
Executive Director Roy Wilkins Points in Marriage", and sity, Chicago.He has been part BYMODERNDAY
"Keeping Marriage Where time instructor in Sociologyat 3 v
God Place It" on Wednesday Miami Dade Junior College
evening will round out the South branch. Serving as resource 275 Northside Plaza
course. The entire program is in social issues and ,:q".
month. THE GRAND LOOK OPENING! OF planned to be of help to mar- community projects throughthe < Northside Shopping Center
churches Is the
ried couples of the communityas among
THETREATURIGHTDINING well as those young people functions and programs of the 693.3971 Day

& TAKE OUT ROOM SERVICE who are planning marriage.The Services.Protestant Social Welfare --A' 754-1888 Nite .../
clinic is sponsored by
Money available for Friday & Saturday April Our Saviour Lutheran Church
first and second 25 & 26, 11 a.m.
mortgage loans on Pit Bar-B-Q and and is presented by the Pro-
CBS or frame houses. Social Welfare Ser-
testant
Absolutely no chargeof None style food. Free coffee vices of Dade County. Speak- IN CASE YOU ARE
any kind unless we or iced tea for everyone.
make the loan to you. 'r
2200 NW 62 ST. ( M
for free informationcall
IFIW
collect(3'J5)( )FR 33304or Miami, Florida

mall coupon to:
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IAOoRESS aG1Y Department $8888

. II 10:00 Monday a.m. -- 2:00 Friday p.m. ,He Is Still Selling
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