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PITTS AND LEE BEAT PHONY :(

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MURDER CONVICTIONS :.;,


After five 1963 Indictment under station attendants.
years on death the gasoline ;
TEMPORA MUTANTUR ET NOS MUTAMUR IN ILLB "
------..- row two black men have been which they were charged is They later contended officers '
Vol. 46, No. 36 MIAMI, FLORIDA FRIDAY, MAY 2, 1969 declared Innocent of a double disposed of. Gulf County officials had beaten them and that their
murder for which they had could press the same attorney had advised them to
been condemned to die. charges through the courts plead guilty.

Public On Schools On Tuesday Circuit Judge again. Holley said be believed the
Hearing Charles Holley voided the "This court," Judge pair confessed from fear and ",
murder of order read "finds for
convictions Freddie Holly's : ,
I that the state withheld evidence
Pitts and WUbert Lee who had Pitts and Lee on the issues
which would have helped -
been accused of murdering of knowingly or negligently them.
At Northwestern TuesdayA white gas station attendants In withholding of evidence by the
Port St. Joe In 1963. state, and innocence." The ruling climaxed two and
Pitts, now 25, and Lee, now one-half years of investigative
group of teacher, civil Homestead and Madison Junior teachers and students, as wellas The state's chief criminal 33, pleaded guilty to first de- reporting by Pulitzer Prize- ,..
rights and community action high schools reveal that the news media,are invited prosecutor said he was not gree murder In Gulf County winning reporter Gene Miller .
groups will cooperate In a there is no clear and open would open up a direct channel Interested In pressing the case after the kidnap.slaying of two of the Miami Herald.
series of public hearings to channel through which of communication and serve to further, saying,"As far as P m .
identify specific problems in parents, teachers, or students lift the rug under which concerned, the case is over". :
Individual air their abouta serious and valid grievancesare "
districts and may grievances Whether the two men will be \.
schools of the Dade County school situation. If a com swept. tried again is not known, but
public schools. plaint Is made to the school Consequently, the participating many feel that Florida would ,
The first hearing will be authorities, it gets lost In ad- organizations will Cooperate like to see the end of this gross 4
held in the North Central district ministrivia. The school boardis in a series of public miscarriage of Justice. 'I
at 7:30: p.m. on Tuesday, not set up to deal with complaints hearings in order to Identify Holley did not release the
May 6 at Miami Northwestern or grievances: the specific problems In districtsand two men, but said they would
High School Auditorium. rules of notice and required individual schools. not have to return to death row N- ,
All parents teachers and manner of presentation are so
Records will be kept of each at Raiford State Prison. He
students In the North Central rigid they are intimidating.A hearing. Appropriate action ordered them confined here

district, which Includes Miami public hearing, on the will be taken on critical problems for a ,week, before, pending
Central, Northwestern, Miami other hand, to which parents, as they arise. further litigation, removal to
Springs and Edison senior high Gulf County.

schools, together with their They would stay there until WILBERT LEE FREDDIE PITTS I
feeder elementary and Junior
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high schools, are invited to air k Sa

hearing.their school grievances at the Asst Secretary Of HEW To Sneak At FMC, I I'II II
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Information gathered will be 4 .

compiled into a report to the James Farmer, one of the He achieved prominence In
Dade County Board of Public first activists civil rights I 1961 when he led the CORE
Instruction.The e.1'1LiL. leaders and assistant
currently Freedom Ride and then became
groups sponsoring the secretary of Health,Edu-' active in the Liberty
hearing include: American cation and Welfare in the Nixon Party movement in New York
Federation Teachers,AFL- administration, will make his City and the ,Americans for
CIO, Brownsville Area Council initial appearance in Miamiat Democratic Action.He .
(Mrs. E. Frazier),Central the Florida Memorial College : has written numerous
District Area Council on Saturday May 17
Negro S articles with regard to the '
r (Mr. James Royal), Citizensfor 8:30 p.m. Civil rights movement, and he '
J,:: .... Community Improvement The announcement was, ( tlaslseen'presented with numerous ,
(Mr. Ed Horton), Dade County made by br.Royal W.Pur-: awards Including' J.
Classroom Teachers Asso- year, president and the meet- ],
American Veterans Award in
ciation, Dade County Welfare N Ing is open to the public.
1962 and the Omega Psi phi
Rights Movement, and Eco- Farmer will make a major
national fraternity award in
nomic Opportunity Program, address in the college field 1963.
house at the campus, 15800NW
Inc.Also the Economic Oppor- 42nd Ave.A Prior to entering the civil

tunity Legal Services Program LETTER CARRIERS CELEBRATE ANNIVERSARYJohn former national directorof JAMES FARMER rights movement, Mr. Far
Inc., FlorldaAFL-CIO, the Congress of Racial mer taught at Lincoln University
Florida Council onHumanRe- L. Fryar and Alston J. Scott on May 1 Equality, the assistant secretary lege education at Morgan State and,for a short periodin

lations, Liberty City Area celebrated 20 years as Miami's first two black mail was born In Marshall, College,' Baltimore, Md.. and the Bed tor d-Stuyvesant
Council (Mrs. Albertha Texas and received his col- Howard University. area in New York City.GUINYARD .
I Lingo), Liberty City Community carriers. They are charter members of the Miami
C Council ModelCities Governing Branch National Alliance of Postal and Federal

Board, South Dade Employees, the organization that worked so hard to Kershaw Makes first
Community Action League and
make this possible. Miami can boast of many more
United Black Students.
in all crafts of the Post Office YS
A statement issued by the Negroes but these'

participating organizations two men have the distinction of being the first car- Speech In LegislatureRepresentative Y/O 1 1R4
follows: riers. Both are also active in their church and com-

Recent Incidents at Miami munity affairs. Mr. Fryar is assigned to .the Perrine -
Central, Edison, South Dade, Joe Ker- islature last Friday when betook "
Coral' Gables and palmetto Post Office and Mr. Scott works out of the Coconut shaw made his first speech to the floor in a passionate -

senior high schools and at Grove station. during this session of the leg- plea to prevent a Republican -
move to do away with
the Medicaid program.

I Jackson Instructor Named Teacher Of The YearBarbara elected Kershaw to ,the the Florida first Legis-black

lature since Reconstruction,
Goleman, head of a 24-member English department the very bright and the very panted to Washington and to drew rapt attention from the
the English department at Miami at Miami Jackson High slow learner, and her appreciation the White House by three students chamber during his speech.
Jackson High School, has School Since she began her of what all children can who represent the Kershaw told the gathering:
been named National Teacherof career there in 1954,after fin become if helped enough, and ethnic components of Jackson The attempt to strike Medicaid ELECTED
the year for 1969. ishing a Master's degree at early.In High School. The students are: was defeated 69-47.Oaly PRESIDENT OF JESCA i
She was honored Monday by Florida State University, the an article on the Teacher Velma Rolle, 15, sophomore two of the 42 GOP House mem-
President Nixon in a 10 a.m. student body has changed from of the Year to be published from Bimini, Bahama Islands; bers voted for the $10.4 million Harold E. Guinyard a well
White House ceremony. white to black (now over 90 tomorrow, Look Magazine will and two seniors, Jose E. program to give more known Miami educator, was
Miss Goleman was chosen percent), Cuban and white.The say; "Barbara Goleman pointsup Mateo, 17, a Cuban exile and medical services to the needy. elected president of the 1
for the honor by a committeeof Juniors praised her sensitivityand the promise of a new open president of the Jackson High "This Medicaid will look out James E. Scott Community
eminent educators for her strength in guiding the generation that may lead us student council, and KennethT. for three types of people: the Association, a United Fund I t
superior ability to inspire love transition and noted her use all. She may well be the new Mayland, 17,a Miami native aged, the indigent and the ill," Agency at its 44th Annual I
of learning and intellectual cu- of advanced course materials, South, and the new face of education Just named valedictorian of the black lawmaker said."We meeting. I

riosity in students of all abilities her effectiveness with bothBARBARA ." the mduatliw_ .,_ ..class. _._of 542. have an obligation as legislators Other officers elected were; I
.n n '.n'.n' '
and backgrounds Miss Goleman is quoted in to the state of Florida to Peter L. Nimkoff, first vice :
The National Teacher of the te article as saying, "The look out for all of the people." president, Dr. Johnny Jones, I
Year awards program .. now products of the ghetto are ""We're all human beings? principal of the Charles R. '
In Its eighteenth year .. is often crude, rough, violent, and we're not going to tolerate Drew Junior High School,sec
sponsored annually by Look 4k' thwarted, but they are ours, and stand by and see indivi- ond vice president and Mrs.
Magazine and the Council of and to ignore them is to ignorea duals need." Carl Rhetta, secretary
Chief State School Officers. slash across one's face" Dr. Carl McHenry, Alvin
The selection of Barbara E. Guilford, Fleetwood Price '
In a report to the selection
Goleman Is intended to symbolize committee last winter, a field VELMA ROLLE This Is "Police Appreciation and Alfredo R. Toledo, Jr.
the Importance of edu- Barbara Goleman was designated were elected to the board for
researcher wrote that end
"Bar- Recruitment
cation and the accomplishments as Florida Teacher of three years.
of gifted teachers bara Goleman has the patienceof the Year and nominated for the Week." Supportthe Re-elected for three year r

everywhere. Gandhi and the charisma of a national Award by Commissioner men who protectyou. terms were: Father Tyrrel ,.
Kennedy smoother
a
Barbara Goleman teaches drive than over" Christian.She is Flori ., Dear, Dewey Knight, Mrs.
BarbraStreisand.
sophomore and senior language da's seventh national finalist Donald McIntosh ,and' James
arts courses and heads GOLEMAN Miss Goleman was accom- since 1952 and first winner. Whitehead.PKY '

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2 THE MIAMI TIMES' Friday, May 2, 1969


Militants'Should Se k' 'nD ghetloization" The book America Black and discussing and U reading White!


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The "CORE-Ntxon Plan for Housing, Inc. made the "latter-day plantation," and tematic deghettolzation as the In addition, Mr. Funnye
Black Capitalists" and the charges in an article ,in the diverts black leaders from the goal militants should aim for. suggests several internal
Model Cities program have April issue of Architectual real sources of power. To "The crisis calls for a new- steps a city could take to de-
been charged by a black plan- Forum called "Deghettoiza- those who claim the ghetto is er, higher form of militancy ghettoize, Including use of
ner with giving "the illusion tlon: Choice of the New Mili a breeding ground for political .. one that avoids getting surplus federal land to build
of movement, cooling the tancy." power, Mr. Funnye says: snared in the diversionaryModel in-city new towns.In .
ghetto- even "involving' the Mr. Funnye, a professional "If there were any relation- Cities trap and one that conclusion, Mr. Funnye
militant separatist .- while, planner and former chairmanof ship between blacks per keeps an eye on the big ball says: "Brothers and their
in fact, often aggravating the New York CORE, chargedthat square foot and power enjoyed where the power is, and that's friends who know better should
basic problem" Clarence such self-help plans as Harlemites would be the not in a model neighborhood stop romanticizing Harlemand
Funnye, Director of Planningfor Model Cities and the poverty most powerful people in the headquarters." the other unsafe, spirit- r.Eldridge.
the National Committee program as presently con-. world; The primary means advo- killing ambition-stifling, ana-
Against Discrimination in ducted reinforces the ghetto,a The article advances sys- cated by Mr.Funnye to achieve chronistic residential pocketsof
deghettoizatlon is the creationof blight and neglect which
militant entertainers'
integratedeconomically -
balanced "new towns" out- call "our community'."
NORI Attacks Discrimination side large cities. As an example "Blacks need not reject in-

he cities a typical,terim diversionary programs
outright. A small subcommittee Cleaver'sSOULON'ICE
with
metropolitan area a popu-
The lation of 1,600,000,including in the community could '
Against PoorNEW
ghetto of 400,000. If just one be left to haggle over the

new town of 400,000 were built, amuse themselves with division This stirring, shocking, eloquent
YORK- The National (2) Its more recent assis- fare, Indian rights, school decentralization containing 100,000former of the crumbs from the book, written by the Black
Office for the Rights of the Indigent tance to consumers fighting and migrant I ghetto residents and 300,000 tables of power. But the real while Panther he Minister was In prison of Information, describesthe
(NORI) funded bya unscrupulous finance com- workers problems; as well non-ghetto residents, the remaining thinkers will keep their eyeson violent forces that shapedhis
three-year one million dollar panies and ghetto merchants. as a social program chal- 300,000 ghetto resi- where it's at." life. Eldridge Cleaver,
grant from the Ford Founda- lenging vagrancy laws and unreasonable dents could be relocated into currently a fugitive from justice,
tion in 1967, has successfully ((3) The first suits to com- bail requirements. housing left vacant by the new discusses,. life his in the prison ghetto experiences ,and-his
Operated beyond all'expectations pel cities to equalize munici- non-ghetto new town resi- DORSEY CLASS OF '49 militant views that have made
according to supervi- pal services for the poor by dents. Even if only 50% of the him the outstanding black
sory attorney Michael Melts- providing ghetto areas with Attorney Meltsner has said ghetto's residents wanted to The Dorsey class of '49 is leader in America today.

nero The organization'ssecond adequate lighting, fire protection that if the need for NORI assistance move, he says, the resulting having a party on May 10, at 600,000 copies in print!
annual report to the and sanitation services is measured by the easing of the housing market the home of Louvonia Freeman
Foundation states that its suc- demand for its services,the would force landlords to Im- Davis, 3162 NW 58th Street. ,\A DELTA BOOK / $195
cess in attacking discrimination resources available to the prove housing because of Intense Come one come all. For fur-
against the poor in this (4)) The first suits in fed- program should be doubled. competition for tenants. ther information, call 633- Dell Publishing Co., Inc.
legal system is especially notable eral courts and before fed- 2760. Please come.
in view of hardening eral agencies protesting the --- -- -
:public opposition to the needsof abuse of state and federal urban -
the poor, as evidenced by renewal and highway cons -
recent budget cuts here. t u c t1 0 n power to destroy They bring outhehihestreturn
low-income housing in San
Since
Its first year in operation -
Francisco, Newark,Fairfield,
NOR a subsidiaryof ,
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Nashville Tennessee, withoutan .
and Educational Fund,Inc.has ;
effective relocation hoes
become a vital source of research .
and test case litigation ing program. '.
support. It is heavily relied
t upon by numerous clients,pri- ((5) A Supreme Courtagreement and peace of mind
to hear NORI
vate attornevs. legal aid organizations arguments ): .
and public defen aimed at abolition of oppres- '"
sive garnishment laws, a ma- \,
ders associations
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throughout ,
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the nation. jor technique employed by unscrupulous ',' e "

sellers to harrass ; ." wonder Florida's first. .. J 1 '
Major'achievements by the low-income consumers. A they're .{f.' t !": :; "
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6rganization' include the fol- favorable decision could af- ''1'I' 1 tlrjr.! "' "' , '''' i .

lowing: fect the laws of 17 states. 'Trtti4r;
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(1) The unprecedented de ; '
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Housing Inspectors To Double; 3/500 More Public Housing Next Year

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Metro's Little HUD has ask- Meanwhile the departmentis The rest of its funding for for both the poor and the elder- will be ready to bid on with- the construction ot3,500more
ed for the money to put twiceas also asking the country to next year-nearly $3 million ly, about 350 units under con- in four to seven months,Sofge. units next year. When com-
many housing code inspec- triple the appropriation for for operation of its public struction and some 800 to 900 said. pleted, they'll bring the totalto I
tors on the streets next year. its relocation service from housing projects, $35 millionfor units ready for bidding. Meanwhile, $35 million is 11,000 units of public hous-
'The county Department of $25,000 to $75,000 to keep the construction of 3,500 Some 1,100 additional units being set aside as of July 1 for ing in Dade County. ,
Housing and Urban Development abreast of federal require- more units of public housing,
submitted a 1969-70 bud- ments. and probably more than $30 a,
get request of $865-987,000 The off-site relocation, of- million for the second year of e +
for its Neighborhood Rehabilitation fice's job is to find housing, the Neighborhood Development f 9Y
Branch an increaseof on an emergency basis, for Program will come
$360,000 over its present persons being evicted because *from the federal government.
budget. of any reason.
The extra money would in-,. The $940,000 for the two The 'public housing money
crease the staff of housing Inspectors functions inspections andI for both construction and
from 37 to 77, and'I relocation-is the only money operating comes directly 3 tA ,
bring the total staff up to 100 the department Is asking 'from Washington, Sofge said. ,
persons, said Haley Sofge, Metro to come up with directly Little HUD presently has
Little HUD director. o,400 units of public housing


Black Culture Week At University Of MiamiBlack

Culture Week is being lege. Splendor, *The Choking Kind."
observed on the University of Saturday, May 10 7:30 p.m. Two big bands in the Ibis a
Miami campus from May 4 to Soul Dance: A Night Of Black Cafeteria.
10. All are cordially invited to )
attend the events of the week \
which are listed below.
Sunday, May 4, 5 p.m.,Folk ; tl
Music Variations in the Patio pj $
featuring: Charlie AustinJazz :

Group, Northwestern High Yo.
School Chorus and the Man-
arsha Fashion Designers.

Monday, May 5, 8 p.m.,The FMC Alphas Honor College President I
Black .
Man Issues and An-

swers in the International L 1, Recently the Alpha Brothersat tember 1968. Dr. Puryear Left to right, front row;
Lounge. Four speakers of renown Florida Memorial College means and is a lot of things to Herman Blatch, James Jones,
featuring Dr. Jerome honored Dr. R. W. Pur year on many people, but to Alpha, he David Alexander, Presttent
Wood, Temple University. his birth date. With Jessie is the "castle of dreams,am- R. W. Puryear, Jesse Daven-
Tuesday, May 6, 8 p.m.The Davenport, and Donald Stewart bitious, successful hope- port, Alvin Delaney, Thadeus
Black Theatre, three presentations ful dreams."
and David Alexander presi- McDonald, Gregory Christie.
In the Baptist Student ding, Dr. Puryear was presented Back row; Elnlo Bingham,
Center. June Brownlee Danc- a trophy for his loyal May we take this special opportunity Hayward Randolph, Donald
ers, Mia m 1-Dade Dramatic services to the fraternity and to extend our appre- Stewart, John Price,Raymond
Group and LeRoi Jones' "The his leadership to Florida Memorial -' ciation to the New England Johnson and Earl Sims.
Dutchman". At 6:30 p.m. a College. Dr. Puryearwas Oyster House on 36th St. for
Ghanaian Reception will be Unit Supervisor With Allstate acknowledged for'hls es- their warm hearted coopera- Members not shown are:
held in the Ibis Cafeteria(by tablishment of the Delta Psi tion during the program. We David Smith, Freddie Mun-
invitation). Attends FAMU ConfabMr. Chapter at Florida Memorial would also like to thank our nings, Harrison Howard,
Wednesday, May 7, 8 p.m. College on April 24, 1954,and sponsors, Bro. John Price and Franklin Johnson, Andrew
Ebony Cinema, three movies, Hubert A. Wells, a 1965 graduate Florida A&M Uni- to the movement of Florida Bro. S, W. Baker for having Sears, James Owens, Ernest
LC 110, "Nothing But A Man", versity, will be attending a two day session at FAMU in Talla- Memorial College from an- been working with us so Lewis and Johnny Farmer,
"Black panther", and "Of hassee, for its New Career Opportunities Program on May 5
cient St. Augustine to the new dilengtly. The above are ,as S. W. Baker.-HouseofPboto-
Black and 6th. This session will emphasis career '
America years express upon metropolitan Miami in Sep follows. graphy photo.
Thursday, May 8, 8 p.m. and care opportunities, for .minority groups.I Mr. :Wells
Sepia Serenade in the Hillel finished two management training programs and was recently
Foundation, featuring Mays promoted from casualty claim Investigation casualty unit
High School Modern Dancers, supervisor with Allstate Insurance Company FOR THE FINEST:: HOUSING ACCOMMODATIONSAT
Poetry Readings, Modern He was recently featured in a special publication of the
, Dances and Narrations by U, Company's news paper state wide, and has been the recipientof MODERATE KATES-CALL
of M. Black Sisters for Pro- several awards for recognition of outstanding achievements.. .
gress and The United Black He is also well known and highly respected by members of the BONDED ..
Students. Miami Dade County Practicing Attorneys.He is the son of Mr. **
Friday, May 9,8p.m.Afro- and Mrs. Herbert A. Wells.GRADUATING.
American Recital the Lower
Lounge Union featuring Mr. RENTAL
Eugene Holmes, Interna-
tionally acclaimed baritone; SENIORS
Joan Storr, Contralto; Eronif
Ibrahim: lyric soprano; Mich- ANDGRADUATE
ael Caldwell, pianist; and the
James and Rosemond Ensem- STUDENTSIf

ble, Florida Memorial Col- ( INC

you have been studying business administration,
Law DayProgram economics, political science, law, public admin!s- o '4f I THE LARGEST PRIVATE HOUSING RENTAL AN0
stration international relations finance +
banking,
accounting or allied fields MANAGEMENT AGENCY THE SOUTH, OPERATING
AtCourthouse IN DADE AND BROWARD COUNTIES
YOU may be qualified for an individually tailored,

accelerated training program leading to positions of Assistant of Health Education and 'Welfare--
Secretary
and :
increasing responsibility in Washington, D. C.
In the developing countries of Africa, Asia and La- JAMES L FARMER
The Dade Bar Association
tin A"i"ica. will make his first public appearance in Miami, Fla. on Sat-
in cooperation with the Young
Lawyer's Section, will also $9,000 APPROXIMATE ANNUAL STARTING urday, May 17 at 8:30 p.m. in the field house of the Florida
sponsor a Law Day ceremonyon SALARY. Memorial College, 15800 NW 42nd Avenue.. The, meetingis

the Flagler Street side of Program begin In February 1970. U. S. clrisensidp: I open to the public at no charge."
the Dade County Courthouse I I. a requirement. *
4:30 p.m. Thursday, May 1. RENTS ARE DUE IN ADVANCEWE
Miami Dolphin quarterbackBob f"
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FOR FURTHER INFORMATIONANDAPPLI-I
Griese will read the 1 CATION FOR THE A.I.D. I SUGGEST THAT YOU PAY AT OFFICE, IN PERSON OR BY MAIL
Pledge of Allegiance and the Intern program fill In this coupon and mall It I
Miami High band will play the NOW, or before July 15, 1969, to I MAIN OFFICE
National Anthem.
I Mr. Robert WrlnProfessional I II
Garth Reeves, editor of the Talent Search, A/PM
I I II 759-8733
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Miami Times, and Dr.EdwardL. I AGENCY FOR INTERNATIONAL DEVELOPMENT 1I 4150 NW 7th Avenue -
Whigham, superintendentof I Washington, D. C. 20523
Dade schools, will speak at I Lr. 14255 NW 22nd Avenue, Opa-locka MU 8-0617

the courthouse ceremony, I NAME I II II 20848 ,South Dixie Hwy., Cutler RidgeCE 5-3553'
which is open to the public. I II I II
Mrs. Kenneth Kniskern, I I Ii 605 NW 7ih, Terrace, Ft. Lauderdale JA 4-3357

wife of an attorney and co- i ADDRESS I 3801 Grand Avenue, Grove HI 5-1381 '

chairman of "police Appre- II I 512 NW 1st ,Ave., Hallandale WA 7-2434

ciation and RecruitmentWeek" j ,CITY STATE_ZIP...._ 339 Hammdhdville Rd., Pompano WI 3-2434
will present a certificate .
1I I
of appreciation to Rocky II
Pomerance, Miami Beach police I PHONE (Area Code'_____Number -, I HON. L. L. BROOKS, President ,
chief. I II II I II GEORGE HARTH, General Manager
Aaron Podhurst, presidentof I
the Young Lawyer's Sec I U.S. Government Is an Equal Opportunity EmployerMT I CHARLES A. LOCKHART, Public Relations Director ;

tion, is coordinating the program I II 'III I

in cooperation with Joe ------------------------I . .If I am to enjoy a better life, others mutt IIv. better too.",-,L. L, Gassen, president of the Dade
Bar Association.
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H. E. SIGISMUND REEVES, Editor and Publisher
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GARTH C. REEVES, Managing Editor --4

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Amalgamated Publishers, I Inc.: As a result of the employers efforts to give black employeesmore Repression

310 Madison Avenu. New York, N. Y., 10017 responsibilities and show their appreciation for the
Member of the Notional Newspaper Publishers Association long and continued service some have given, we now find Campus DemonstrationsThis
2400 S. Michigan Avenue, Chicago, III. 60616 many blacks working in a supervisory capacity.In some cases,

SUBSCRIPTION RATES '. the Individual really capable,because he Is merely doing the generation Is thesmartest,blppesti1'ODp of young people -

ONE YEAR 55.00 -. SIX MONTHS S3.00 FOREIGN S6.00Entered same work with a new job title. However,'Jn many Instances in our history. They know that the system isn't workingfor

the. promotion is usually the result of a long and admirable everyone, and they realize, as their elders do not, that
as Second Class Matter, August 9, 1927 at the Pos'I
Office at Miami, Florida, under the oct of March 8, 1876 relationship between the boss and the worker, and qualifica- silence in the face of Injustice is a form of participation In
I boas never enter into the picture.
"CREDO OF THE NEGRO PRESS"The This is usually true in the smaller plants and factories injustice.
NEGRO PRESS believes that America so-called radicalism is no more than the values
can belt lead Their they
where the work force Is smaller but we also find it in some
world
the from racial and notional ,
antagonism when it accords learned la school. They were taught that all men are created
to everman regardless of his of our larger corporations.
creed or color his human
and legal I rights. Hating no roul no man-the Negro Now that we do have a larger number of black supervisors, equal, that we area democracy,and that people in a democracy
Press strives to help every man In the firm belief that all men of the should have a voice in their own destinies.
pre hurt as long as anyone Is held back. It seems they account for approximately forty percent
complaints made by black workers. The chief complaint is But they failed to learn what their parents and teachers

that these black supervisors carry a bigger stick than their took for granted -- that corners can be cut; blacks and other

white counterparts. They demand more from black workers, minorities aren't as equal as white Americans; and the voiceof

No Decision Yet On Metros'Takeover and appear to function above the borders of compassion. They authority takes precedence over Individual moral values.

Of EOPI develop what most blacks describe as an altitude, and seem- So they never learned that hypocrisy is a part of the American -

ingly forget their time spent as one of the workers. way of life. Now the authorities -- and often their own
The final decision has not been made as yet, but the black This altitude, as .it is called, is'the one thing blacks find parents -- are planning to teach them that lesson in the formof

community has won a significant battle in Its efforts so far in unexplainable. They don't see why the new responsibility repressive measures that punish students to try to bring

blocking Metro's complete takeover of the Miami Economic should change the whole individual about change.

Opportunity. Program, Inc. Fortunately, I have friends on both sides of the fence and it
Many states have passed, or are considering, laws that
The concerted and unanimous voices of black
leading organizations seems a mediator is needed. The black supervisors say they demonstrators with loss of
In addition to those of concerned citizens, who have the most trouble from those they consider their friends.It threaten student scholarships,
expulsion fines and even jail. At the same time, college ad-
jammed the Commission's chambers at a public hearing, seems, they refuse to accept the t.ictthat their relationship ,
brought about a 30-day deferral of a final decision on the con-; must undergo a change. They fail to showthe proper respect, ministrators who don't embrace a get-tough attitude are
threatened with loss of state aid.
troverslalissue. and consider his promotion an opportunity to goof-off. The
If the volume of protest continues, as it must, until there is black supervisor views his new position as a period of trial. These measures seem to have widespread support A Gallup

final victory, this page in local black history can become a He feels he must Justify the faith placed in him, and that judge- Poll survey Indicates that the majority of adults think students

landmark a precendent-setting instance of what can be ments made by him must be impartial. He looks upon his own "lawbreakers" should be expelled and that students should not

accomplished by concerted action when the cause is just. The promotion as the break through for all blacks, and is deter- have a greater voice in college operations.In .

lesson in coperatlon must not be forgotten.. There will be mined to perform according to the highest standards. the past, black demands for equal rights have met with

other matters requiring such attention. What then Is the problem facing both the black supervisorand similar outrage and demands for repression. But now,we are
However, at the moment, the pressing thing is to be certain the black worker? I am of the opinion that what is neededis watching the white middle classes turning on their own children

that the Metro Commission through its study committee is an understanding. An understanding as to what part each with shortsighted rage and harsh punitive actions.
fully appraised of the facts concerning the proposed takeover of them must play In solidifying the image blacks are creatingfor
ordinance and why If It Is approved In its present form, it not themselves. The black worker must make the black sup Any fair-minded observer has to admit that there have been
only would Impair the War on Poverty but wreck Its some excesses, and that some students and non-student
probably ervisor shine. Not in his speech of him, but in the perfor-
effectiveness until the damage was,repaired.We mance of his duties for him.He must develop pride in the fact troublemakers are more Interested in disruption for its own

have no intention of belaboring .,the issue. In previous that members of his race are working their way Into positionsthat sake than inserious attempts to change the institutions. Via

editorials, we have shown factually the deficiencies and theweaknesses will eventually of benefit to him and other blacks. He lence and clearly illegal acts cannot be condoned. But this

of the proposed ordinance, and how it would take must offer the same respect shown others in the same capac- should not obscure the fact that most activist students are

control but of the hands of those persons most qualified to run ity. The black supervisor on the other hand, must not demand really trying to make our society more democratic and their

It. more from blacks than he would from others. He must not schools more relevant.

Now the deferral has given ample time for the County develop the altitude most blacks find unforgetable. His de- Instead of focusing on the excesses of a few, we ought topay

Manager and the Metro Committee to confer with EOPI officials cisions must be unbiased, and he must resist the aloofness more attention to the inequities and injustices of our edu

and map a course that will enable EOPI to continue its usually attrtbutedTo success. And most important of all, he cational'system that lead to student protest.

progress, rather than hinder It. must not forget the kinship nature has bestowed upon them.Jjulifor' Today's students are fully aware of the hypocrisy of col-
It is not as though there were no reasonable solutions to the
leges that enroll only a handful of black students. I recently
problem. Several already have been recommended. It largely
Is a matter of choice, rather than groping for some new an- visited a campus of a state university that had 33,000 students
swer. The most logical alternative will be for Metro to leave Ie g otebook -- less than 300 were black. The only contact with the ghetto
that many schools have comes when they bid for riot-control
the EOPI
present organization operating as it is doing now as
a private study contracts or when they sponsor urban renewal projectsthat
non-profit corporation. Less desirable, but still EPISCOPAL CONVENTIONThe
acceptable, would be for EOPI to operate as It is presently replace scarce ghetto housing with new college buildings

.functioning with only nominal control by Metro. fortyseventh annual convention of the Episcopal church The Urban League recently brought together black college
The County Commissioners have heard the voices of the in the Diocese of South Florida opened on Monday at the MI- administrators from predominantely white colleges across
ami Bayfront Auditorium.
people. We think they will abide by them. But, If because of the country. They told me some of the problems they have in
some political machinations they are not followed, we hesitate Preacher was the Rt. Rev. David Emyrs Richards, S.T.D. getting their schools to become relevant.
national coordinator, Committee on Pastoral Counselling at
to think of the possible
consequences. the House of Bishops. Many of their schools are making feeble efforts at enrolling

The convention approved dividing the Episcopal Diocese of black students but are unwilling to provide the scholarships

POLICE APPRECIATION WEEK South Florida into three dioceses low-income youngsters need, or the other services that can
The first lesson was read by the Rev. Canon Theodore R. insure a successful transition from ghetto streets to college

Gibson, the second lesson by the Rev Canon G. Paul Reeves: degrees.
This is "Police and
Appreciation
Recruitment Week"
the Rt. Rev. David Emyrs Richards S.T.D. National Coordinator
throughout Dade County and it's about time we show our appreciation Some programs are almost designed for failure .- they
Committee on, Pastoral Counselling of the House of
for "Miami's Finest". As Important as the job of the just aren't responsive to the needs of black students. Reme-
Bishops was preacher.The .
the police officer is, it is usually a thankless one; Many ill resignation of the Rt. Rev. Louittit dial programs to make up ghetto public school deficienciesare
Henry L.
D.D.
feelings toward the 'police date back to the time when most bishop of the Diocese of South Florida for 23 as rare, loans are only available to middle class families
cities looked for strong backs and weak minds to man their to years, was a with good credit ratings, work-study programs take valuable
suprise many. The bishop has not been well in recent
police forces. We are happy to say.that today this is no longer In a brief address to the convention announcing the years. study time away from kids who are trying to catch up, and the

true. The Job of the police officer has finally been its true nation as of December 31 he explained thathe wanted the resig-new whole Institutional atmosphere seems to be one of "we're

category a profession. diocese to have a free hand. doing you a favor by letting you Into our nice, white, college."

Below we reproduce an essay by Marie Carr, a student at The bishop received a long standing ovation and the dele- The result Is often disruptive demonstrations. But such

Miami Northwestern High, that won an award of excellence gates voted to give him the house in which he lives and to pay demonstrations are a form of communication. Students are

from the sponsors of this well-deserved observance.Marie's for its up keep. The Rt. Rev. William L. Hargrove suffragan trying to make their deaf elders listen to them, and work with
views are far from those of the teenage hoodlumswho them
bishop, resident in St. Petersburg is considered as likely to make the Imperfect present give way to a better
shout pig" whenever a police officer comes on the scene future
choice to
head
one of the new dioceses. A call for a radical
to do his duty.
change in our approach to the clergy's vocation came from

Bishop Duncan in his message to the convention. It will
meana
WHAT WOULD THIS CITY BE LIKEIF radical change in the parish life and the laity's priorities, PHIL OSSOFERBRAIN

THERE WERE NO POLICE loyalties and expectations, he said. WAVES:
He foresaw the time when we need to combine An
Would there actually be a city? Truthfully, the present youth, men ignorant person is not worth living is one that has
and women's or even church schools in
situation Is pretty bad with the police. Our own beloved city, the groups an area so that necessarily an uneducated found a cause worth dying for
work can have both and
strength significance
'\ Miami, has been in a state of unrest.Not too much crime has The only is- Person. He Just happens to be *******
beside
sue the division of the diocese which
1 been prevalent, but it has been enough to Instill fear inside convention came before the one who doesn't know he Soul-ar System: A spiritual
on Monday was a resolution
, calling for an end to doesn't know
, the minds of our citizens. much galaxy that revolves In an orbit -
capital punishment. It was adopted by a vote of 271 to 140 *******
What would we do without the police? A democratic society of brotherly love.
many delegates adstalning.
in based upon the law. Without the help of the police, there Three missions If we see differences in people *******
\ : St. Andrews Miami St.James
" ; ,Hollywood it is with at
would be no law. ; our own eyes. "No man hath seen God
and Nicholas
t The crime rate would increase one hundred per cent. There St. Pompano Beach were admitted as parishes If we see oneness inevery- any time". (John 1:18)) We

1 would be looting, shooting, robbing, and stabbing. Drug abusers thing, it Is with God's eyes cannot begin to know God until

and peddlers would run wild along the streets of Miami. Therefore, when all mankind we know that He is unknowable.

t And murder would be so common, you wouldn't be surprised not present to administer life-saving first-aid. sees that God is one, man is * ******

if a person was shot dead in front of your face. All In all, There would be no need for penitentiaries and jails because one and religion is basically Since I have been at peace

,i raising the amount of murders would create the exact oppo- all the criminals would be giving this city "Holy Hell". In one, world peace will be won, with God, I have been at war

site of a population explosion --the extinction of the human their place a great demand for cemeteries would be needed to too. with myself.
race. accommodate the dead bodies. * ****** ***** **

The problem isn't the future, it is the present. The proposition Miami would be a nineteenth century,wild west town where The best kind of a teacher Racism is a skin disease.It .
of removing police from this city would be too frightening there is no law. Is one who enriches his love of is spiritual eczema.

I to really make an Impact on many people. You ask; "What would this city be like if there were no knowledge with the knowledge *******
I, f To add to this, the death rate would climb. With all these police?" of love A bigot is a fellowwhotries!

accidents occurring, people would die because the police were ,I ask: "Would there be a city?" ******* to make himself big by belittling
The life
becomes others.

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Bayard Fighting On Two Fronts

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Rustin CONFRONTATION ") ,.:


Speaks EVEN: IN VIETNAM r !


COMPLAINTS RANGE FROM w : 4j

DISCRIMINATION IN DUTY OR

No More GunsBlack ON EMOTION AND THEUSEOF M )

people have known violence 'in America. They have 'SUCH WORDS AS"7iIGGE/l.AND/ :
known the Ku Klux Klan and the White Citizens Councils They LACK80 ANTI-NEGRO

have seen,the,white mobs in Mississippi and in Cicero, Illinois SCRAWLs ON THE LATRINE WALLS.*
They have understood that violence is synonomous with
NEW YORK TINES
oppression and destruction. And, therefore, the use of guns on I 1 s ,
the Cornell University campus by a group of black students
should come as a great shock -- and a great sorrow -- to all
black Amercans struggling for freedom and social Justice. 4

Those black students who paraded so arrogantly with their ,
guns will not bring progress to the black community or reformto .' ;
the universities by Imitating the tactics of the Klan. No- 'II
thing creative can emerge from their mindless use of force. AMERICANS
Rifles will not enhance their,education; nor will bullets enlighten -
their minds. And guns will not provide them with the p_ ( ,
knowledge and skills they need to help uplift their black bro- 1 + rqj .
thers who are still suffering in the ghetto. I.' ." .. .'

Those black students were not interested in reforming the Ik\
university. Otherwise they would not have acted in such a way 1/11LL TELL YOU WHAT TV
A
as to destroy the university.The '
HATE. HATE HYPOCRICV.
fundamental cause for their actions lies not in the failure HATE CANT HATE/NTOLERAMC'EOppRES-
of the university to provide them with the means of obtaining ; OW,
an adequate education. I say this is full knowledge of F
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the tremendous changes which must be made in policy and
HATE THEM AS CHRIST
curriculum if universities are to meet the profound needs of
HATED THEM- MTH
black students -- and white students in our urban and tech
nological society. And,I should add in this regard that Cornell I DEER ABIDING GODLIKE -
was far ahead of most universities in responding to this HATRED..
CoW.Rose OHI
challenge.

These students acted as they did because they are under
-
severe psychological stress. They have entered predominantly
white university from predominantly black high schools.
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In those education.high schools Therefore they were, they brutalized now not only by inferior find themselves segregated I Facts Not Fiction I| WHERE THE ACTION IS... i I i

In an alien social environment, but they are being asked to '
ELL
LEON J. By THE REVEREND T. Y. ROGERS JR. gi 3.'
perform academically at a level for which they were not pre The seeming paradox of one minority group casting asper- . ..'It="mm'-; ::::','.'::.:::$:.:.:'.:.:..:....::::..'...:...,..:...."....:"..."....".."...".:":..."..."..."...".:".;
pared. On top of this, they are undergoing difficult quest fora Ions against another minority group has given rise to anguished Year r'
black Identity which is being aggrevated by feelings of guilt questions. ", the question goes,"can Negroes be pre One After
at having deserted the ghetto. judiced against Jews, when both are the butt of bigots and In a play entitled "From Montgomery to Memphis based
Caught in a strange and pressured environment and deprived haters. They both should be fighting together for their right on the life of the late Dr.Martin Luther King Jr., presented at,
of the psychological security they had in the ghetto ful place in our American society. Should not Negroes be nat the Ebenezer Baptist Church on Friday, April 4, 1969, a shot
their Impulse is to withdraw from the challenges of the university ural allies in their common struggle for group security and was fired and a student of Morris Brown College fell across
and establish a separate world for themselves. Once the entranc to the larger American society' the stage as a reenactment of the assassination of one year
'a situation of racial separatism has been established, racial Many Jews and a considerable numbe, of Jewish leaders before. As the sound of the stage gun died out and the lights
hostility becomes Inevitable. Mutual misunderstanding, have viewed the fact of the Negro's anti-semitism with a certain faded I was carried back to the Memphis of April, 1968 and, "
rhetoric, and fear predominate. A psychology of warfare develops amout of resignation and sadness and the indifferent ele- wondered if any changes that really mattered had taken placeone -
guns are procured, and the university is transformedinto ments among the Jewish people toward the Negro use that year after the death of Dr. King.It .
an armed camp. argument against participation In the liberation movement of was obvious from the many commemoration and memorial
the Negro in the United States, repeating that as an examples services held that the Black community still mourns his loss.
The black students at Cornell only displayed their armThey i. of what befalls Jews who interject themselves In movements There is still an attempt to reject the fact of his death-coupl
used themto intimidate) the administration. But built other than In their own interest. ed with the desire to forget the nightmarish hell wich characterizes -.
into the situation is the logic escalation.Violence threatened The appearance of black anti-semitism is being used by the lives of so many who dare to do good and of the i
with bfavado will become violence used with viciousness, many Jews in support of their contention for the withdrawal of poor and depossessed. Although we remember him-in life and .
and the main victims will not be the administration but the leadership In their efforts in the civil rights field, especiallyso death-we are not truly mindful of the forces which created him r
black students .- and the university. since some of the militant leaders have Increasingly expressed and subsequently destroyed him.
resentment for the role the Jews have played In the There is a major shift taking place in our nation as we move
I, therefore, find those guilt-ridden,and nihilistic white Negro civil rights movement. May I address myself to the individual from, center to the right of center politically Well, perhaps
students who encourage them in this madness to be equallyas black fellow American, in the form of a letter. farther to the right than we have been in recent years
culpable. So too is te Indecisive and flaccid administration My dear black fellow Americans: There are many things As Richard Nixon flexes his presidential muscles the ture
which has addicted its authority to insure that reason that divide us, but there are more things that unite us. What colors of his political committment emerge. With the loss of
prevails in our institutions of higher learning. Cheap accom- divides us superficially is the color of our skin and the dif Robert F. Kennedy and Martin Luther King Jr., hope seemedto
modatlonism will only bring greater violence in the future. ference In our backgrounds. What should unit us Is the com vanish as most of.us seemingly resigned to accept a fate

Moreover, by their irresponsible actions, these black stu- mon interest as member and fellow citizens of this, our great of increased inflation, increased build-up In the military Industrial
dents have strenghened the reactionary forces in the society country. Secondly, both of our races are steeped in the Bible complex, increase space between the haves and the
which will obstruct any progress for black Americans.Thefear which Is the underlying philosophy of Western civilization. It have- nets. Many seem to say-One Year After-what is thereto
in the white community which produced George Wallacehas has sometimes been said that to understand the Bible "you hope for?
also been the source of resistance to programs to rebuildour don't have to be a Jew but It helps,. On the other hand, there are some voices being raised for
cities, educate our youth, and employ all of our adults. My Jewish background gives me a perspective most likely various reasons. The, Poor People's Campaign of 1968 dramatically
These students have increased that fear and have thus further uncommon to most people not of our faith in the deep conviction raised the question of poverty. One major resultis
obstructed efforts for real social progress. They have not of the oneness of God and the brotherhood of man. The that we were forced to admit that poverty is one of the na.
done a service to their black brothers in the ghetto. color that divides us should be no obstcle to an understanding tion's gravest domestic problems. Senators from across the
of each other and a mutual respect. We Jews have a recorded nation are visiting pockets of poverty, discussing hunger,
Finally, the central and most profound difficulty was well history of 4,000 years in which we have been moldedbv making promises and developing programs. At least the question
articulated by Dr. Kenneth Clark who perceived in the confrontation the- crucible- of experience in various climates and carts of is being discussed..
tactics of these students "the destruction of the institutions the world and can and do readily understand the mentality of Because of the Resurrection City experience many poor are
and the total rejection of the rational and demo- suppressed races, and because of our put experiences and now ready to follow creative leadership out of the hollows of
cratic process as a basis for redress of grievances." It is being one of {he suppressed groups through the ages, we can hunger onto the plains of plenty. There is the realization that
thus not only the university which is being threatened by these be of help to you and are your friends, whether you acknow- this nation is able to eliminate poverty Just as it is able to
students, but all of our democratic ''institutions. And if ledge it or not, because it is part of our heritage to rememberthat probe the deep recesses of the moon. 'There is food enough t
democracy is destroyed and violence prevails,"those who will we were once slaves in Egypt,which we repeat daily as a and there is money enough for everyone("But one year after j
suffer most will be black Americans. This has been true in reminder to the considerate ofthse in like circumstances.There we as a nation still do not possess the desire to eradicate
the past, and it remains true today. We must repudiate such hunger.
are few races in the world today. I as A Jew
pure ,
violence if we are to achieve our liberation. In his final published statement Dr. King stated that the
consider myself a direct descendant of Abraham in a mannerof
voice of dissent is the hope of the
nation. Today that voice is f
speech as I would consider the Mississippi River alwaysthe
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heard in the protest of students
college demanding a greater
Mississippi River in spite of the fact that many rivuletsrun
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into the Mississippi River and many run out of it, but the
Miami Times river continues to be the Mississippi River.lam proud to align of soldiers who refuse to fight in Vietnam; in the
movement of those who
are against everything identified with
myself with the father of the thinking upon which our Western
6530 NW 15th Avenue the status In Black voices
1 civilization is built.I QUO: demanding freedom: and poor
Miami, Florida 3317 1 people demanding food, clothing and shelter.
have read statements by great Christian spiritual leaders
1 One year after-the voice of hope still speaks.
Including the Pope, referring to themselves. as the spiritual
Enclosed please find the sum of $5.00 1 1 children 01 Abraham, ana rightfully so, but, as a jew, I feel
to cover the cost of a one year subscriptionto that I have an additional mission to perform to keep the wordof I
God always before humanity.It has been our role all throughthe know not what they do". We rely upon and urge the realistic, j
the Miami Times. 1I mlllenlums to be a witness to the oneness of God and the dedicated, knowledgeable black spiritual and educational
I 1 brotherhood of man, shunning the anthropomorphic cocept of leaders to subdue and eradicate anti-Semitism among Ne-
Moil Pap r To ; God. The responsible Judaic spiritual and educational leaders gro people in the face of conditions that might irrate Negro
reject the pressure brought upon them by Jews who are disappointed communities in urban slums.
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Addr i., by the appearance of black anti-Semitism and reject Separately'we can destroy the dream and possibility of'

City,. Stoto____ *'"Cod*_ Ii the Urging to desist from participation in the black liberation its relation. Together, we can succeed in bringing about the
I movement. We remember the admonition by the great Utopia so beautifully foretold by our prophets of old, the sal
______-------------------- teacher of Nazareth who said "God forgive them for they vation for all humanity.
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i \ To Be Equal


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I Jr.ggecutlveDirectorNatiOflal.
Whitney H. Yount
Office: 65JONW 15th Av., Miami, Fla. )3147-Phone! 691.042' J by
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By Booker T. Hayes l\
H. E. SIGIS UND REEVES, Editor and Publisher Urban Leapt

GARTH C. REEVES, Managing Editor

STANLEY I. .WE'ITING' Theatrical Editor Black Black?
vs
M I Alone No SolutionTo
National I Advertising Representative black employees; Repression
As a result of the employers efforts to give
Amalgamated Publishers, I Inc.:
for the
and show their appreciation
310 Madison Avenue New York N. Y., 10017 more responsibilities
Member of the National Newspaper Publishers Association long and continued service some have given, we now find Campus DemonstrationsThis

2400 S. Michigan Avenue, Chicago, III, 60616 many blacks working in supervisory ca cUy.In some cases,,

\ the individual is really capable,because he is merely doing the generation is the smartest,hippest group of young people .

ONE YEAR 55.00 SUBSCRIPTION-' SIX MONTHS -RATES S3.00 FOREIGN $6.00 same work with a new job title. However, in many instancesthe in our history. They know that the system Isn't working

promotion is usually the result of a long and admirable for everyone, and they realize, as their elders do not, that
Entered as Second Class Matter, August 9, 1927 at the Pose relationship between the boss and the worker, and qualifica- in the face of injustice is a form of participation in
silence
Office at Miami, Florida, under thr act of March 8, 1876
r tions never enter into the picture. Injustice.
"CREDO OF THE NEGRO PRESS"The This is usually true in the smaller plants and factories
than
is the
radicalism no more values
NEGRO PRESS believes that America can best lead where the work force is smaller but we also find it in some Their so-called they
|he world from racial and national antagonism when It accords learned in school. They were taught that all men are created
,to every man regardless of his race, creed or color his human of our larger corporations.Now that we are a democracy,and that people in a democracy
and legal rights. Hating no man, fearing no man-the Negro that we do have a larger number of black supervisors, equal, destinies.
f ress strives to help every man In the firm belief that all men it seems they account for approximately forty percent of the should have a voice in their own
are hurt a* long as anyone Is held back. is to learn what their parents and teachers
i- complaints made by black workers. The chief complaint But they failed
(that these black supervisors carry a bigger stick than their took for granted -- that corners can be cut; blacks and other

white counterforts. They demand more from black workers, minorities aren't as equal as white Americans; and the voiceof
No Decision Yet On Metros' over Individual moral values.So
and appear to function above the borders of compassion. They authority takes precedence .

Takeover Of EOPI develop what most blacks describe as an altitude, and seem- they never learned that hypocrisy is a part of the American !

ingly forget their time spent as one of the workers. way of life. Now the authorities -- and often their own

The final decision has not been made as yet, but the black This altitude, as it is called, is the one thing blacks find parents -- are planning to teach them that lesson in the form

community has won a significant battle in its efforts so far in unexplainable. They don't see why the new responsibility of repressive measures that punish students to try to bring

blocking Metro's complete takeover of the Miami Economic should change the whole Individual. about change.

Opportunity. Program, Inc. Fortunately, I have friends on both sides of the fence and it Many states have passed, or are considering, laws that
The concerted and unanimous voices of leading black organizations seems a mediator is needed. The black supervisors say they threaten student demonstrators with loss of scholarships,

in addition to those of concerned citizens, who have the most trouble from those they consider their friends.It expulsion, fines and even jail. At the same time, college administrators
jammed the Commission's chambers at a public hearing, seems, they refuse to accept the fact that their relationshipmust who don't embrace a get-tough attitude are

brought about a 30-day deferral ota final decision on the con undergo a change. They fail to showthe proper respect, threatened with loss of state aid.
troversial issue.If and consider his promotion an opportunity to goof-off. The
the volume of protest continues, as it must, until there is black supervisor views his new position as a period of trial. These measures seem to have widespread support.A Gallup

final victory, this page in local black history can become a He feels he must justify the faith placed in him, and that judge- Poll survey Indicates that the majority of adults think students

landmark a precendent-setting instance of what can be ments made by him must be Impartial. He looks upon his own "lawbreakers" should be expelled and that students should not

accomplished by concerted action when the cause is just. The promotion as the break through for all blacks, and is deter- have a greater voice In college operations.In .

lesson in coperation must not be forgotten.' There will be mined to perform according to the highest standards. the past, black demands for equal rights have met with

other makers requiring such attention. What then Is the problem facing both the black supervisorand similar outrage and demands for repression. But now,we are

However, at the moment, the pressing thing is to be certain the black worker? I am of the opinion that what is neededis watching the white middle classes turning on their own children -

that the Metro Commission through its study committee is an understanding. .An understanding as to what part each with shortsighted rage and harsh punitive actions.

fully appraised of the facts concerning the proposed takeover of them must play in solidifying the image blacks are creatingfor
Any fair-minded observer has to admit that there have been
ordinance and why if it is approved in its present form, it not themselves. The black worker must make the black sup-
some excesses: and tha t some students and non-student
only would impair the War on Poverty,but probably wreck its ervisor shine. Not in his speech of him, but in the performance ,
troublemakers are more Interested in disruption for its own
effectiveness until the damage was,repaired. of his duties for him.He must develop pride in the fact
sake than inserious attempts to change the Institutions Violence
We have no intention of belaboring the issue In previous that members of his race are working their way into positionsthat
and clearly illegal acts cannot be condoned. But this
editorials, we have shown factually the deficiencies and theweaknesses will eventuallybe of benefit to him and other blacks. He
should not obscure the tact that most activist students are
of the proposed ordinance, and how It would take must offer the same respect shown others in the same capac
really trying to make our society more democratic and their
control but of the hands of those persons most qualified to run ity. The black supervisor on the other hand, must not demand schools
more relevant.
It. more from blacks than he would from others. He must not

Now the deferral has given ample time for the County develop the altitude most blacks find unforgetable. His de- Instead of focusing on the excesses of a few, we ought to

' Manager and the Metro Committee to confer with EOPI officials cisions must be unbiased, and he must esist the aloofness pay more attention to the inequities and injustices of our edu

and map a course that will enable EOPI to continue its usually attributed"to success. And most important of all, he cational'system that lead to student protest.

progress, rather than binder It. must not forget the kinship nature has bestowed upon them.Ie Today's students are fully aware of the hypocrisy of colleges

It is not as though there were no reasonable solutions to the that enroll only a handful of black students. I recently

problem. Several already have been recommended. It largelyis visited a campus of a state university that had 33,000 students
a matter of choice, rather than groping for some new an- itlttar's otebooh less
| -- than 300 were black. The only contact with the ghetto
swer. The most logical alternative will be for Metro to leave that many schools have comes when they bid for riot-control
the present EOPI organization operating as it is doing now as
study contracts or when they sponsor urban renewal projects
a private non-profit corporation. Less desirable, but still EPISCOPAL CONVENTION that
replace scarce ghetto housing with new college buildings,
acceptable, would be for EOPI to operate as it is presently
functioning with only nominal control by Metro. The fortyseventh annual convention of the Episcopal church The Urban League recently brought together black college
Diocese of South Florida at the Mi-
in the opened on Monday
administrators from
The County Commissioners have heard the voices of the ami Bayfront Auditorium. predominately white colleges across

people. We think they will abide by them. But, if because of Preacher was the Rt. Rev. David Emyrs Richards, S.T.D. the country. They told me some of the problems they have in
some political machinations they are not followed, we hesitate getting their schools to become relevant.
national coordinator, Committee on Pastoral Counselling at
to think of possible, consequences. the House of Bishops.The Many of their schools are making feeble efforts at enrolling

convention approved dividing the Episcopal Diocese of black students but are unwilling to provide the scholarships

South Florida into three dioceses low-income youngsters need, or the other services that can
POLICE APPRECIATION WEEK
The first lesson was read by the Rev. Canon Theodore R. insure a successful transition from ghetto streets to college

Gibson, the second lesson by the Rev. Canon G. Paul Reeves; degrees.
This is "Police Appreciation and Recruitment Week" the Rt. Rev. David Emyrs Richards, S.T.D., National Coor- Some
programs are almost designed for failure -- they
throughout Dade County and it's about time we show our ap- dinator, Committee on, Pastoral Counselling of the House of
just aren't responsive to the needs of black students. Remedial
preciation for "Miami's Finest". As Important as the job of Bishops was the preacher.The .
the police officer is, it is usually a thankless one; Many ill resignation of the Rt. Rev. Henry L. Louittit, D.D. as programs to make up ghetto public school deficienciesare
feelings toward the 'police date back to the time when most rare, loans are only available to middle class families
bishop of the Diocese of South Florida for 23 years, was a
with
cities looked for strong backs and weak minds to man their suprise to many. The bishop has not been well in recent good credit ratings, work-study programs take valuable

police forces. We are happy to say.thai today this is no longer In a brief address to the convention announcing the resignation years.- study time away from kids who are trying to catch up, and the

true. The job of the police officer has finally been its true as of December 31 he explained that he wanted the new whole Institutional atmosphere seems to be one of "we're"

category a profession. diocese to have a free hand. doing you a favor by letting you into our nice, white, college.

Below we reproduce an essay by Marie Carr, a student at The bishop received a long standing ovation and the dele- The result is often disruptive demonstrations. But such

Miami Northwestern High, that won an award of excellence gates voted to>give him the house in which he lives and to pay demonstrations are a form of communication. Students are

from the sponsors of this well-deserved observance. for its up keep. The Rt. Rev. William L, Hargrove suffragan trying to make their deaf elders ltsteotothem, and work with

Marie's views are tAr from those of the teenage hoodlums bishop, resident in St. Petersburg is considered as likely them, to make the imperfect present give way to a better
who shout "pig" whenever a police officer comes on the scene future.
choice to head one of the new dioceses. A call for a radical
to do his duty. change in our approach to the clergy's vocation came from

Bishop Duncan in his message to the,convention. It will meana
WHAT WOULD THIS CITY BE LIKEIF radical change in the parish life and the laity's priorities PHIL OSSOFERBRAIN

THERE WERE NO ROLICE loyalties and expectations, he said. WAVES:

He foresaw the time when we need to combine youth An Ignorant baS
men person is not worth living: is one that
Would there actually be a city? Truthfully the present
and women's groups or even church schools in an area so that necessarily an worth dying for
uneducated found a cause
situation is pretty bad with the police. Our own beloved city, the work can have both strength and significance.
The only Issue person. He * ******
just happens to
Miami, has been in a state of unrest.Not too much crime has beside the division of the diocese which be
came before the one who
been prevalent, but it has been enough to instill fear inside convention on Monday was a resolution for doesn't know he Soul-ar System: A spiritual
calling
an end doesn't know
to much. galaxy that revolves in an orbit
the minds of our citizens. capital punishment. It was
adopted
by vote
a of
271 to 140 *******
What would we do without the police? A democratic society many delegates adstaining. of brotherly love.

i in<< based upon the law. Without the help of the police, there Three missions: St. Andrews, Miami St.James If we see differences in people *******
; ,Hollywood- It Is with God at
our hath seen
own "No man
would be no law. eyes.
and St. Nicholas Beach
Pompano were admitted
If
as parishes. we see oneness inevery- time". (John 1:18)) We
The crime rate would Increase one hundred per cent. There any
would be looting, shooting, robbing, and stabbing. Drug abusers thing, it Is with God's eyes. cannot begin to know God until

and peddlers would run wild along the streets of Miami. Therefore, when all mankind we know that He is unknowable.

And murder would be so common, you wouldn't be surprisedif not present to administer life-saving first-aid. sees that God is one, man is * ******

a person was shot dead in front of your face. All in all, There would be no need for penitentiaries and jails because one and religion is basically Since I have been at peace

raising the amount of murders would create the exact oppo- all the criminals would be giving this city "Holy Hell" in one, world peace will be won, with God, I have been at war

site of a population explosion --the extinction of the human their place a great demand for cemeteries would be needed to too. with myself.
accommodate the dead bodies. * ****** * ******

race.The problem isn't the future, it is the present. The proposition Miami would be a nineteenth century,wild west town where Is The best Wad of a teacher Racism is a skin disease.It .

of removing police from this city would be too frightening there is no law. one who enriches his love of is spiritual eczema.

I to really make an impact on many people. You ask: "What would this city be like if there were no knowledge of with the knowledge *******

f To add;to this, the death rate would climb. With all these police?" love A bigot is a fellow whotries
accidents occurring, people would die because the police were I ask: "Would there be a city?" ***** ** to make himself big by belittling
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'COMPLAINTS RANGE FROM t14: ,

DISCRIMINATION DUTY OR '

No More GunsBlack ON EMOTION AND THEUSEOFSUCH i'

people have known violence in America. They have WORDS AS'NIGGER'AND
known the Ku Klux Klan and the White Citizens Councils They 'BLACK BOX ANTI-NEGRO

have seen,the white mobs In Mississippi and in Cicero, Illi SCRAWLS ON THE LATRINE HALLS:
nois. They have understood that violence Is synonomous with
NEW YORK TINES
oppression and destruction. And, therefore, the use of guns on
the Cornell University campus by a group of black students
should come as a great shock -- and a great sorrow to all
black Amercans struggling for freedom and social Justice.

Those black students who paraded so arrogantly with their ,
guns will not bring progress to the black community or reformto i
the universities by imitating the tactics of the Klan. No- "
thing creative can emerge from their mindless use of force. A Mt=RICA NS '
Rifles will not enhance their education; nor will bullets enlighten -
their minds. And guns will not provide them with the
knowledge and skills they need to help uplift their black bro- r .
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thers who are still suffering in the ghetto. I ,'j. .

Those black students were not interested in reforming the
university. Otherwise they would not have acted in such a way 'lW1LL JZLLYOUUHATTV
as to destroy the university. ,
HATE. HATE HYPOCRICY
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The fundamental cause for their actions lies not in the failure .. HATECANTtHATElN-
of the university to provide them with the means of obtaining \l TOLERA'iKEOPPRE5S10N;
an adequate education. I say this is full knowledge of INJUTlCEPHARlSAlSMt
i the tremendous changes which must be made in policy and HATE THEM AS CHRIST
curriculum if universities are to meet the profound needs of
HATED THEM- WITH
black students -- and white studentsin our urban and tech-
nological society. And I should add in this regard that Cor- DEEp ABIDING 'GOD-
nell was far ahead of most universities in responding to this LIKE HATRED.
f/ E.w.R06lfr.fOIlI
challenge.

These students_acted, as they did because they are under
severe psychological stress. They have entered a predomi-
nantly white university from predominantly black high schools
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gated In those education.high schools Therefore they were, they brutalized now not only by inferior find themselves segre- I Facts Not Fiction I[ WHERE THE ACTION IS... {#

In an alien social environment, but they are being asked to ELL ;
perform academically at a level for which they were not LEON J. k By THE' REVEREND..T...:Y.:.ROGERS. .. ...,....,...,JR...........,...,.............,.......,....,.
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The seeming paradox of one minority group casting asper- :. .::::1;:SwS'w'};m.>> :;:-i: ::::::y.titia:.:-.::-::..: ::::.:.: ...:...'.':
On top of this, they are under going a difficult quest fora Ions against another minority group has given rise to anguished Ont r i
black Identity which is being aggrevated by feelings of guiltat questions. "How", the question goes,"can Negroes be pre- r' After
having deserted the ghetto. judiced against Jews, when both are the butt of bigots and In a play entitled "From Montgomery to Memphis basedon
Caught In a strange and pressured environment and deprived haters. They both should be fighting together for their rightful the life of the late Dr.Martin Luther King Jr., presented at
of the psychological security they had in the ghetto place in our American society. Should not Negroes be nat- the Ebenezer Baptist Church on Friday, April 4, 1969, a shot
their impulse Is to withdraw from the challenges of the uni- ural allies in their common struggle for group security and was fired and a student of Morris Brown College fell across
versity and establish a separate world for themselves. Once the entranc to the larger American society?'' the stage as a reenactment of the assassination of one year
a situation of racial separatism has been established, racial Many Jews and a considerable numbe, of Jewish leaders before. As the sound of the stage gun died out and the lights a,
hostility becomes Inevitable. Mutual misunderstanding, have viewed the fact of the Negro'sanU-semltlsm a cer- faded I was carried back to the Memphis of April, 1968 and,
rhetoric, and fear predominate. A psychology of warfare develops tain amout of resignation and sadness and the indifferent ele- wondered if any changes that really mattered had taken placeone -
guns are procured, and the university is transformedinto ments among the Jewish people toward the Negro use that year after the death of Dr. King.
an armed camp. argument against participation in the liberation movement of It was obvious from the many commemoration and memorial
the Negro In the United States, repeating that as an example services held that the Black community still mourns his loss.
The black students at Cornell only displayed their arms i.: of what befalls Jews who Interject themselves in movements There Is still an attempt to reject the fact of his deathcoupled -
They used them to intimidate) the administration But built other than in their own Interest. with the desire to forget the nightmarish hell wlcb charac-. ,
Into the situation is the logic escalation.Violence threatened The appearance of black anti-semitism is being used by terizes the lives of so many who dare to do good and of the f I
with bravado will become violence used with viciousness, many Jews in support of their contention for the withdrawal of poor and depossessed Although we remember him-life and ,
and the main victims will not be the administration but the leadership In their efforts in the civil rights field, especiallyso deathwe are not truly mindful of the forces which created him I
black students -- and the university. since some of the militant leaders have Increasingly and subsequently destroyed him.
pressed resentment for the role the Jews have played in the There is a major shift taking place in our nation as we move
1, therefore, find those guilt-ridden nihilistic white Negro civil rights movement. May I address myself the Individual from center to the right of center politically. Well, perhaps
students who encourage them In this madness to be equallyas black fellow American, In the form of a letter. farther to the right than we have been in recent years.
culpable So too is te Indecisive and flaccid administration My dear black fellow Americans: There are many things As Richard Nixon flexes his presidential muscles the ture
which has addicted,its authority to insure that reason that divide us, but there are more things that unite us. What colors of his political committment emerge. With the loss of
prevails in our Institutions of higher learning. Cheap accom- divides us superficially is the color of our skin and the difference Robert F. Kennedy and Martin Luther King Jr., hope seemedto
modatlonism will only bring greater violence in the future In our backgrounds. What should unit us is the com- vanish as most of,us seemingly resigned to accept a fate

Moreover, by their irresponsible actions, these black stu- mon interest as members and fellow citizens of this, our great of Increased inflation, Increased build-up in the military Industrial -
dents have strenghened the reactionary forces in the society country. Secondly, both of our races are steeped in the Bible complex, Increase space between the haves and the
which will obstruct any progress for black Americans.The which is the underlying philosophy of Western civilization. It have- nots. Many seem to say-One Year After-what is thereto
fear In the white community which produced George Wallace has sometimes been said that to understand the Bible "you hope for?
has also been the source of resistance to programs to rebuildour don't have to be a Jew but it helps." On the other hand, there are some voices being raised for.
cities, educate our youth, and employ all of our adults. My Jewish background gives me a perspective most likely various reasons. The Poor People's Campaign of 1968 dra-
These students have increased that fear and have thus further uncommon to most people not of our faith In the deep convic- matically raised the question of poverty. One major resultis
obstructed efforts for real social progress. They have not tion of the oneness of God and the brotherhood of man. The that we were forced to admit that poverty Is one of the na-
done a service to their black brothers in the ghetto. color that divides us should be no obstcle to an understanding tion's gravest domestic problems. Senators from across the
of each other and a mutual respect. We Jews have a recorded nation are visiting pockets of poverty, discussing hunger,
Finally, the central and most profound difficulty was well history of 4.000 vears in which we have been molded making promises and developing oroerams. At least nH the_ oues-
articulated by Dr. Kenneth Clark who perceived in the confrontation I>y-the crucible of experience invarious climates and parts of tlon is-being discussed.,
tactics of these students "the destruction of the institutions the world and can and do readily understand the mentality of Because of the Resurrection City experience many poor are
and the total rejection of the rational and demo- suppressed races, and because of our past experiences and now ready to follow creative leadership out of the hollows of ,
cratic process as a basis for redress of grievances." It is being one of (Ute suppressed groups through the ages, we can hunger onto the plains of plenty. There is the realization that
thus not only the university which is being threatened by these be of help to you and are your friends, whether you acknow- this nation is able to eliminate poverty Just as It Is able to
students, but all of our democratic 'institutions. And if ledge it or not, because it is part of our heritage to rememberthat probe the deep recesses of the moon. 'There Is food enough t
democracy is destroyed and violence prevails,those who will we were once slaves in Egypt, which we repeat daily as a and there is money enough for everyone:But one year after J
suffer most will be black Americans. This has been true in reminder to the considerate ofthse in like circumstances.There we as a nation still do not possess the desire to eradicate
the past, and It remains true today. We must repudiate such hunger.In .
are few pure races In the world today. I as A Jew
,
violence If we are to achieve our liberation.SUBSCRIPTION his final published statement Dr. King stated that the
consider myself a direct descendant of Abraham in a mannerof
voice of dissent is the hope of the nation.'Today that voice is .
speech. as I would consider the Mississippi River always
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-1 protest college n
demanding
the Mississippi River In spite of the fact that many rivuletsrun - greater
voice in the affairs of our colleges and universities; in ib-
rebellions
ORDER into the Mississippi River and many run out of it, but the
of soldiers who refuse to fight in Vietnam in the
river continues to be the Mississippi River.lam proud to align ;
Worn! Times
movement of those who are against everything identified with
myself with the father of the thinking upon which our Western
6530 NW 15th Avenue 1 civilization is built.I the status quo: In Black voices demanding: freedom: and poor
i Miami, Florida 33147 people demanding food, clothing and shelter
have read statements by great Christian spiritual leaders
,
1 One year after-the voice of hope still speaks.
including the Pope, referring to themselves as the spiritual
Enclosed please find the sum of $5,00 1 children of Abraham, and rightfully so, but, as a Jew, I feel
that I have an additional mission to to the wordof j
to Jhe cost of a one subscription i ito perform keep
cover year
1 know not what they do". We rely and the realistic
God always before humanity It has been our role all throughthe upon urge f
the Miami Times. 1 1I millenlums to be a witness to the oneness of God and the dedicated, knowledgeable black spiritual and educational
I 1 brotherhood of man, shunning the anthropomorphic of leaders to subdue and eradicate anti-Semitism among Ne-
Mall Paper To God. The responsible Judaic spiritual and educational leaders gro people In the face of conditions that might Irrate Negro
reject the pressure brought upon them by Jews who are dis- communities In urban slums.
Add,... appointed by the appearance of black anti-Semitism and reject Separately, 'we can destroy the dream and possibility of

CIt,._,, ,,,_Stat._ Zip Cod._ the Urging to desist from participation the black liberation Its relation. Together, we ,can succeed In bringing about the
movement. We remember the admonition by the great Utopia so beautifully foretold by our prophets of old, the salvation -
LI ______-------------------- teacher of Nazareth who said "God forgive them for they for all humanity.THE .

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6 THE MIAMI TIMES, Friday, May 2, 1969

Junior ModelsTo
College


,: t! Tour EuropeModeling

students of Mi- did last year in the Ziglani
BY CLARICE LITTLES ami-Dade Junior College show In Rome.
Miami Times Society Editor North will get an onthespotview

of the fall and winter Price of the tour, based on
Mr. and Mrs. John (Evelyn) Souter have chosen the East fashion collections this sum- New YorktoNewYork
and Midwest for their vacation and will leave this Sunday. economy Jet,

Mrs. Lena Lattimer of Madison, Florida will meet them In mer.On a three-week whirl of The Is $799 price, double includes occu two
Jacksonville and them on their trip. pancy.
accompany Europe's fashion centers,they meals sightseeing and
a day
Mrs. Nellie Saunders entertained a few of the FEA dele will attend couturier fashion entrance fees.
gates with a mid-afternoon luncheon on Friday. Among those shows and visit fashion houses

present was her cousin Mrs. Julius (Ethel) Blake of New and workshops In Paris, Lon- While students may earn

Smyrna Beach, Fla. don and Rome. The July 10 to In Fash-
Delancy Pope, 19, daughter of Diane Pope, 1875 NW 66th July 31 tour of sightseeing and three college credits
Street is receiving on-the-Job training at Buckman Service study will also include Amsterdam Ion Modeling, upon completionof y
Center In Portland, Oregon, after completing a course In Copenhagan, Lu- a satisfactory written report
counselor Intern training at Tongue Point Job Corps CenterIn cerne and Lisbon. following the tour,
in col-
others not Interested
Astoria, Oregon. Some coeds be
may even
Alene (Lena Mae) Martin and Robert Simmons were mar lucky enough to model in one lege credit may Join the tour. ;r4

ried April 4. After a wedding trip to New York, Jamaica and of the shows, as three girls Further Information maybe vvR'
St. Thomas, the couple returned to Miami. Saturday even-
obtained from Edith Zlpp who
Ing (April 26)) friends toasted the newly weds at a cocktail ART AND SOCIAL will conduct Fashionrama, 'P f
buffet at the home of Fred and Dorothy Martin, Brownsville. I
CLUB MEETSThe
1969 at M-DJC North.
,
Minnie Ruth Hunter and Joseph Edward Burrows were married ; %
Saturday In Greater New Bethlehem Baptist Church. Phyllis Wheatley Club .
The bride, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Willis Hunter, Buena met Monday night, April 28 at THANK YOU
Vista, Georgia. The bridegroom, son of Mr. and Mrs. ErrolW. the home of Mrs. Mable Mc-
Burrows, 1711 NW 68th Terrace. After a wedding trip to Faddon at 1876 NW 55th Ter. Mrs. Gertrude Haven of
the Bahamas, the couple will live in Miami. The hostess was Mrs. Ruby Nassau, wishes to thank her : IJ
Wedding bells will ring for Carmen Hunter and Leroy Sheffield Simmons, who feltthe club relatives and friends for their 1 1
would like to visit Mrs. Mc-
at home on May 10. kind expressions and thought-
Dr. Benjamin Luther Perry, Jr., the sixth president of Faddon at her home, as she fulness during her recent ill-
Florida A&M will be October 11 is unable to attend the meet-
University, inaugurated according ness. At such a time kindness
to an announcement by Dr. Carriemae G. Marquess, ings because of health. meant so much. I am grateful
chairman of the Steering Committee. He Is the first FAMU She was delighted to have the Indeed.
graduate to be named to the presidency. club and members out in full

1 Columnist Phil Ossofer Is attending a conference (Baha'i) force. Her daughter MRS.: ZEBRA STRIPES
Everhart was also delightedand
In Wilmette, Illinois
Sincerely
Miami City Commissioner Athalie Range spoke to the pleased to have the club. Gertrude,HavenRUMMAGE Random brown and white stripes are printed on
AAUW's local study group Tuesday at the home of Mrs. Wirit After regular meeting, the
Peters.. Her topic was "Humans and Their Use of Space; members were served a a leather-embossed vinyl cloth, then tailored into a
Edna Deveaux will act as an evaluator of the program for lucious repast.The next meet- SALEThe raincoat that looks bothin
the International Association ing will be held at the home of fashion-right pre-teen good
Reading at its meeting in Kansas
City, when they meet the week of April 28 May 5. Mrs. Marie Taylor 4100 NW North Dade Chapter of and out of those pre-summer showers. Almar Rain-
11th Place. All members are Deborah Hospital is having a
Cleora Brooks and Little Valerie Hicks were recent vaca-
tloneers In Nassau. They were the houseguests of Mr. and urged to be present for elec- rummage sale on Tuesday, wear has employed such style features off-center
tion of 6 at Federal
officers May Washington
Mrs. Kermit Gibson.
Mrs. Wllhemena Sands Is Auditorium, 699 NE 167th St. buttons for a double-breasted look, pointed lay-down
Cornelius (Mrs.Samuel)Glenn and Marie(Mrs.David) Price
president and Mrs. M I. North Miami Beach. Bargains andhat match. It retails for
were delegates to the Regional meeting of the National Council collar, a flap pocket to :
Daniels is galore 9 to 2
a.m.
reporter.NEIGHBORHOOD. p.m.
of Negro Women at Orlando. ton $10.00.
On Saturday evening (following the presentation ball) the
mothers of "Girls of the Year International" hosted a buffet LADIESOF

party for the girls and their escorts at the home of Mr. and YWCA VISIT

Mrs.Hazel A. McDonald.Seymour's reason for being away from her home CYPRESS GARDENLast 61p goulMOTHER !

were a series of activities in Nassau, (an ordination, a wedding Saturday th'e eighbor-
and a funeral) all In one week. hood Ladles of the NW Centerof

Airman Third Class Gregory William Brown,Shepard Base, the YWCA went by chartered -
Wichita Falls, Texas Is visiting his mother, Mrs. Clara Darby. bus to Lake Wales to visit
Mr. John Sherman, Supt. of the Fire Department, Nassau the Cypress Garden and other
spent a day in Miami and Ft. Lauderdale observing fire pro attractions In the area which
cedures. included the BokTower,Spook

Last Sunday, Louise Johnson spent the day with her family. Mountain and the Black Hill
She has been a patient at South Florida Hospital four years. Passion Play. The bus of 38

Duke Ellington celebrated his birthday at the White Housein seats were taken and there From Miami and New York Manufacturers:
Washington. President and Mrs. Nixon announced that they were calls for at least two

were honoring Ellington on his birthday because of "his con filled second busses. ;
tribution to the culture of the United States." The only other The third Sunday in May the '; Just Arrived

American composer so honored previously was Irving Berlin, Neighborhood Laies Council 86
on his 80th birthday, by President and Mrs. Lyndon Johnson. will have their benefit tea.We ..
:Calling Girls 15 17. t Burdine's invites you to Co-Ed's are very anxious to have you e Dresses
"be a sun-sation" shape-up clinic presented by Leonore attend our monthly meetingsheld
Bloom Co-Ed coordinator.The latest tips on make-up, wig on the third Wednesday '' None Higher
care, fashion and figure shaping! May 1 at 163rd St. 7:30: p.m. from 9 10:30 mornings to Suits
Dadeland May 3 at 9:30: a.m. Westland May2 at 8 p.m. Downtown 12 noon.
Miami 2:30 p.m. Mrs. A. M.Coleman,presi- *
Little Yssa McDonald entertained sixteen friends dither dent ef the council and Mrs. Culottes Cash Ref

ninth birthday. Elizabeth Telley, chairman of Exchanges

Miaml-Dade's (north campus) graduating class in Fashion transportation committee. : Values
Design held Its parade of fashions at 4 p.m. Thursday, April to 19.99
24 In the Creative Arts Center.They called It "Shape of Fashions 'iAIR'OO $Ntt'RQ.W'. ?
'69.Blanche. O A [)ROIF?;
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died in Man lltH.: :
hattan. Friends may send messages to: 2171 Madison Avenue ttJNiHAfR"'UE\ : i linens o:1
Apt. 11-H NY, NY.

Get well wishes to Mrs. Cora Williams, Goulds. f :l'NU-KA1R. < .. : 5 Cottons Jerseys I.
On Sunday, Oscar and Jean Morley had their 98th Twice ; : : .. ,V>
home blessed. Rev. Kenneth Major officiated.St. /.'!:5' :{," JR. PETITES JUNIORS
Paul AME Kindergarten presented Its annual Fashion : > t I
MISSES V .
Show and Tea Sunday, April 27 at Bonded Collection Audi : .: : SIZES
torium. Fashions by Patricia's Inc. Wigs by Harvey. ;:*:*:*::::>::::W#
On Friday, an all-day human relations Institute sponsoredby lii: : : E. .,.F.

the Dade County Youth Council will be at Temple Israel. E.l..I., ,,>" >
,Three sophomores, four Juniors and three seniors plus a ;

! faculty sponsor have been Invited from each public and parochial '. /( Sale Starts Friday
high school in the county. The Youth Council hopes to ,
make some Impact through resolutions evolving from the discussion -
groups. Congratulations! NUKAIRl 9:30 A.M.aw .
t Zack and Helen Johnson have shuttered their home and are .
:highly' m.dic9.td::,*>>'.hlp
to their vacation
motoring summer spot,South Fallsburg,New
MttjrdoA : .J loJrvt..wth on4
I York. ; ji.vc" you :fo.t'r ,H'O"i; : Qn i"
Recently the Northwest District Vocational Guidance Council dtuft Itch ..I,1, o''I'cf'tcrHlftQ.i. .\' ': ci\;
composed of guidance counselors vocational personnel !:. ir"J,1d9tr. ": Id )!.C41.'ClvQ'ife" .
fci gry alon tdlMO'
the Sheraton Four Ambassadors. The ",
visiting trip was plan- '
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t ned 10.order that guidance personnel may be more Informedof i : i 1
vocational opportunities In hotel business. i At TI,' 6\M: !. '( Supply Only
51 SO ;, v, /DRESSES
Mrs. Mary E. Williams (mother of Lois Hogan Oliver) was
: : 2800 N. W. 5th Ave.
t awarded a certificate for 21 years of meritorious service asa Temple Add 583 N. E. 79th St. 120 N. E, lit St.

r charter member of the Golden Age Club of the James E. Scott 45 W. FlBfller St. 6718 Collins Avenue 7335 Collins Avenue
Community Assoclatlonon Thursday at their regular senior
: : 1350 N. E, 163rd St.
citizens meeting. Mrs. Ramsy, club leader, presented the $15' 1627-29 collins Av.nut 207 So. Andrews Ave
Ft. Lauderdale' 90 Miracle Mil/
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THE LITTLE RED BOOK: Sudden Thawt: It would do well
u American policemen and other uniformed governmental
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agencies i were allowed to wear officers' .1
chevrons, bars and clusters as large and NL or- 0 nw ,bf
and outstanding as those sported by the $' (
British. In this way heir official: ranks would ,fI' : ENGAGEMENTMr. ENGAGEDMr.
stand out, and lower-ranking uniformedand .1 ..,:.. and Mrs. Willie Ber- and Mrs. NealonSears,
other personnel would recognize their : nard Williams announce the 1270 NW 75th St.,announce the
'superiors' on sight and won't be subjectedto ;I I engagement of their daughter engagement of their daughter
the embarrassment of addressing Ma- ..t '. I \ 'f. t Andrea to Mr. John H. Vera, to Mr. Dennis MCTier,
jors as 'captains', Captains'lieutenants', ,, I r!' Samuel, Jr. son of Mr. and Mrs. T. Mc-
and Lieutenants as 'sergeants' . The / // : Tier, 909 NW 76th Street.
Family Barry ((8 children, 34 grands, 5 I 'f"'i. <<. The wedding is planned for The wedding is planned for
great-grands) Surprized Birthday partyedMrs. >':/" July 26. August 30.
Olive Barry wth a fabulous blast Apr 1125, two days priorto ,>> .
her natal holiday (April 27)) at the home of the Chris Coles. -...... ,,. .< "-" ....-,--". I '
MT// Has Nurse Aids GraduationMarket .
NOTES ON A NAPKIN: The Manasha African !erouo will Hunter-Burrowes NuptialsMiss
featured models the Liberty Professional
present during Training Institute of graduating nurses aides
metologists' (Unit #55) Annual Hairstyle and Fashion Show- Minnie Ruth Hunter, accent by satin ribbon, bell (MTQ) Business Training were: Babsree Sweeting,class
Dance in the Continental Club May 11. . Note to Episcopaland daughter of Mr. and Mrs. shaped sleeved gowns. School recently had its first president; Lillie Rich, Bennie
Catholic Parlshoners: Greater Israel Bethel PB Church's Willis Hunter of Buena Vista, William Gibson served as graduation of certified nurse Alexander, Amarilis Fernan-
12th Annual Women's Day Observance raised a healthy $5- Ga. became the bride Joseph best man, ushers were aides. dez, Jessie Harris, Mina Nes-
292.41. . Mt.Olivette Baptist may get its new pastor by May Edward Burrows, son of Mr. Charles and Leaon Burrows bitt, Troy Taylor, Odessa
1. Resigned pastor Rev. I. C. Mickins' successor could be and Mrs. Errol Burrows Sat- brothers of the bride-groom, Eighteen received gradua- Berry, Shirley Tucker,Eileen I
Rev. George Warring of Palatka. urday, April 26atGreater New William Genpette, Chuck Hun- tion honors at a big dinner held Billey, Stella Flowers, Mary I
Bethlehem Missionary Baptist ter, Julian Rhamie and Arthur April 15th at Galaghers. Mrs. Walter, Mary Robinson, Ola I
SALT WATER TAFFY: British West Indies Importexporttravel Church The decor was yellow Tucker. Sharon Kowalczyk, R.N. was Mae Ferguson, Georgia Gilbert -
consultantLeroy Johnson has local offices here at 221 and blue leading to an arch of The mother of the bride class instructor. Gloria Milton and Angelina -
NW 1st Court J in the Enness Garment Building United Gar- Honeysucker vines, in wore a beautiful.light Members of the first class Reid.
ments, Enness Garments, Gold Coast, Lord,Daniel,Richards, blossom, atopped with mating pink lined two piece dress
Burdines, and Sears are his outlets for BWI shipments . doves. with a bodice of silk lace and
The Tropicalettes (Catherine Donaldson-Vera JacksonJeanette The bride, given in mar- shocking pink accessories.The .
Silas) to chirp at one of West Palm Beach's favorite pubs riage by her father, was ra- mother of the groom / 9 Claim Now Open:
Friday and Saturday nights. A too-soon platter recording is on diant in a hand sequined chan- wore a two piece midnight blue
tap for the swinging trio and an original tune might emerge tilly lace over Peau de sole. ensemble trimmed in a se- "t THE LOUISE RILEY
along with "Oh, What A Fool rye Been". Long sleeves ending in scallopsat with matching acces- t( \ FINISHING& MODELING
the wrist, scalloped round sories. r \: ACADEMY
THE WEEK'S WASH: The Tyrone (Doris) Kemps are heir- neck and scalloping continued The ring bearer, Derrick a: J '
conditioning. It's a boy, Tyrone n, born April 25 in Mount down the bodice on to a full Daniel and the train attender 1'i', "t 35 NE 17th Street, Rm 233
Sinai hosp. Grandparents Lemuel Kemp and Valerie Kemp- floor length shirt into an,apron Horace Given were nephewsof TEL: 379-3581
Smith .Christopher Cole Jc expects a little playmate sometime effect, with a soft train falling the bride and wore formal f "\
in August via his pop and mom the Christopher (Garnell) from the shoulders, an all white and black. ,,. High fashion models needed
Coles Sr . Daisy Reid's hubby Ray back in a local Infirmary around sequined border sur- Music for the wedding was -+ now. Must be at least 5'6".
checking on a bum ticker... Lester Boggis and mother rounded the train. The head played by' Mr. Rychard Cook
Sybil Boggis enjoying their Opa-locka wigwam. . Knoxville piece was a halo of sequinedand m, and the soloist was Mis s
Collegian Kenneth Duncombe out on the Coast specializing In. pearled chant Illy lace with Brenda McQueen who sang
accounting in Los Angeles a double tiered elbow length "Because" and "0 Promise A. LEO ADDERLY '
veil. She carried a beautiful Me". wishes to announce
STUFF AND SUCH: Little Ava Parker okay and recoveringfast bouquet of narslccl and baby Following the wedding the that he is now engagedin
but still a bit shaky after head surgery at Hialeah hosp. . breath over net and white guests so lavishly dined and
Nellie Graves has been in Christian Memorial about three streamer., danced to the beautiful musicof the
weeks now -- swollen gams . Former Harlem Pittsburgh The bride was dressed by the Rockette band of Miami, General Practice of '
Courier columnist Billy Rowe named chairman of Human her sister Mrs. Bernice at the ball room of the Bonded Law x
Rights Commission In New Rochelle, N. Y. by Mayor Alvin Daniel of Atlanta and:the. maidof Rental Agency. 4
Ruskin . Edwin and Phillip Willias mother Mrs Wiley honor Prenuptial affairs were two with offices at
Williams celebrated her 73rd blrthollday April 20 with sons Miss Errolee Burrow, maidof miscellaneous showers one 171 NW 11th Street f
and their fraus . Mays senior,high coach NatTraz) honor 'wore a lace mint given by the lady employeesof Miami Florida
Powell's twin brother Dan, down from Harlem for two weeks. green A-line empire accented Legal Services and the other "'"
by double face green satin by Mrs. Ophelia Harris and Telephone: FR 4-6788
SWEETS' TREATS: Sammy Davis Jr says he's going bald ribbon, long V-shaped sleeved other members of her church.
. The Oscar (Jean Carroll) Moreleys 'house warming' in gown. The bridemaids lace A rehearsal party was givenin
their new igloo (1351 NW 98 Terrace) last Sunday proved a scalloped empire lined with the kitchen of the church
gasser for the Invited throng of elbow benders and party parasites satin ribbon, long sleeves accented by the maid of honor
... And the MaudNewbolds (Sr and Jr) Double Birthday with scallops, A-line The bride is a graduate of
Party blast last Saturday In their Airport Expressway tepee gowns, three wore yellow and Miami Northwestern and Mi-
(1050 NW 39th Street) was a black and tan affair for males and three wore blue,which arrayedout ami-Dade Junior College, and
females of the young adult variety . Both affairs would the color scheme of the lived with her cousins Mr.i
make headlines on the social pages of any gazette -- they were wedding. Each wore matching and Mrs. Frank Clayton and is
fantabuloust headdress and a single strand
presently employed as legal
of white pearls and white pearl secretary with legal services
MIAMI MUSINGS: Verne Tinker and son Robert Reed are earrings, a gift from the bride.
consulting contracting medics. Their Bunche Park wigwam is The brides maids were Miss The groom is a graduate of
pregnant -- with building material .. for expansion . Retha ,Hunter, sister of the Miami Northwestern and MI-
Artist-song writer C. D. (Sonny) Roberts Jr.,who has penned bride, Misses Rosette Robin- ami-Dade Junior College and
hit tunes for such recording artists as Louis Jordan, Ella son and Cheryl Clayton, cou- presently employed with the E
Fitzgerald et al now special agent in Greater Los Angelesfor sins of the bride, Clemetine State Revenue Service.
Prudential Insurance of America, with office suites at 530 Alexanders, Renna Williams The couple is honeymooning -
W. Sixth St. (suite 1005)) in association with Edmund L. Wal- and Gloria Mitchell. in Nassau and Eleutherain 1
trip in Downtown LA . Leola Griffin and brother Freddie The flower girls were Laur- the Bahama Islands. The r>r
having 'ball' since his entry here week ago after 35 years mae Lexell and Debbie Blount, wedding was directed by Mrs.
a Harlemiamian. each wore identical green lace Albertha Butler and Mrs.
geather on net empire style Helen Smith.flowers J.D. & HIS BROTHER BOB SAYS
SCRATCH MY BACK: Aretha Franklin, the world's renowned -
First Lady of Soul Music, will headline a galaxy ol "COME TO
stars who will be performing in the famed Houston, Texas ;
Astrodome June 13-15. The 3-day gala, known as "Soul Bowl .*Ar ,
'69" is to raise money to promote low-costhouslng In the na- THE BURGER -lOO"
tion's ghettos . Eartha Kitt will portray Peter Pan in a'
mod-musical version of the classic title "Everything's Up to for alloccasions What/ You Need ... We Got/
Date in Kansas City" on Broadway next season. . The Opa-
lettes Savings Club of Opa-locka held Its First Annual Spring BURGER-LOO 'CHEESE BURGER
Party at the home of Ruth Wright Tuesday night y
FISH 'MILK SHAKE
CONFIDENTIALLY YOURS: Emerald Pratt resting at home FLOWERS BYMODERNDAY I
(2520 NW 58th Street Apt A) after two sprints to Jackson *;BIG MAC 'FRENCH FRIES'CHICKEN
and delayed infection. You may
Memorial, following surgery
dial her and say hello via 634-5226 . Ex-heavy champ 'SOFT DRINKS
Floyd Patterson's recent guestint on the'Daniel Boone' series 275 Northside Plaza 5321 NW 27th AVENUE
him a two-picture pact with 20th Century-Fox. . Ida Northside
won Shopping Center OPEN 1 DAYS A WEEK
Deshazior, Marguerite Jones, Florence Williams and son Ivan
motored up to Ft Pierce last Sunday to bury a kin Mrs Bertha 4Y 693-3971 Day 1166 N.','. 95TH STREET
Knowles who pioneered there...That's it brother, from your
one-man-newspaper who knows everybody and everybody's 754-1888 Nite ACROSS FROM CENTRAL HIGH SCHOOLBY

racket, but who Is allway giving some poor sucker a break! .

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For Younger Set
you will correctly assume, is 'M irnl Interpretation
a Miami first.Footnoting. .. .,.....<..... - . -- -
p the studio Sweet child, Wilda McKham, week), a mecuey of two piano
27 stole the show as usual."Muslcales" efforts; mezzo-soprano,Miss
Addle ReportsOn wishes to extend a most grac- Sunday afternoon, April
are always injected Anne Marie Jean
ious welcome to Miss Betty saw a dozen and a half beau- vocalizing
Musical Arts Jean Martin, the thirteen year tiful children express them- with performances in Gounod's "Ave Maria'
By ADLINE PONTIPHFLET I old daughter of Mrs. Queen selves with talent which God from performing Arts Society Mrs. Jean Woodfork, so excellent -
J.B: i n Martin living at 1396 NW 71st has provided them and made members. It makes for a more In her interpretation of
Street, here in Miami. Betty possible to display. What Joy interesting program being that Chopin's "Prelude Incminor"
Jean will commence her piano to see little Victoria Valek, both classes of students meeton and in the closing
Musical training is a more gram befitting her good abil- lessons immediately and pur- little Kim Lowe and not-so- a common ground. Also,as Reverend Vincent DeMeo(ourguest
potent instrument than any ity. One would find her stronger sue voice culture in the very littlebecauseshe's growingup expected, the more advanced next week) ". . biddy
I other because rhythm and harmony in the field of piano and Mr. near future. An older sister, Dian Dames perform like participants give a lift to the biddy bum burned. ." in "if
find their way into the LaPierre had me observe her Delthla, is to also commence angels at the harp. Miss Gia pitch of the affair not to men- I were a Rich Man" from
Inward places of the soul." finger positions on the instru- within the following week. Rankin, enunciation so clearin tion the motivation of anxietythis "Fiddler On The Roof. Very
PlatoPAMELA ment. They are very much in We have our lovely studio mother her introduction, was as creates for an aspiring comical!
line with the rules and her Mrs. Mancy Pate, from usual a delight. T onda Williams young performer.Among such
performance is equally exact. DetroitMiami to thank for made her teacher proud participants, most outstandingwere Other participants were
Vocally, Pamela charmedus this excellent sponsorship.Next with her absolute rhythm in Miss Valda Cole whodis- Miss Yolanda Cash and Mrs.
{ when she took over a little week, a very special two contrasting piano selec- played "that other talent" Martin Drexel, who under no
iI country number In a recent distinguished studio guest, tions. Not forgetting the boys, (piano); Miss Karen Bullard, circumstance, would have
reception held at the studio. Reverend Vince DeMeo, Pas- Timothy Burse played his slicing the continuity with a missed the program.
"Gonna Build That Mountain" tor of the North Dade Churchof "Dark Eyes" like It was writ- magnificent vocal "I Be- May 11, Mother's Day, will
(adapted) had everything froma Religious Science. ten for him, and Burnie Gas- lieve"; Miss Germaine Miller see another Musicale featur
straight rhythm to a Jazz May I invite you to pleasebe ton who recently entered our playing a serious "Watch- ing other studio members of
beat, not to mention the cos- happy, and above all, love doors played his duet with Mr. man's Song"; Miss Pamela The Paul La Pierre School of
tumes which included straw one another. LaPierre with great applomb. Moore (our guest for this Musical Arts.
hats, Jeans, and would you believe 444444444444 44444444444 .'444444 # + .. T T T T 4444444444444kTHIS
it, bare feet. "More!
e I fA More!" shouted the audience. WEEKEND Next Thursday :
Well,one dessert after another
WORLD :
would have been too fattening.One FAMOUS
would describe Miss Fri Sat Sun :
Moore's personality as Jovial.Of .
MOORE course, for a young lady WORLD FAMOUSWilliam Jr.Walker t
her age, there are a few not- .
it is with
Thus greatpleasure -
that I introduce our little so-Jovial moments, neverthe- Bell :
ambassador to goodwill, Miss less, so few are they,we can't : .IA I
remember the latter.
Pamela Moore. iI
In our time of turbulence and Her parents are Mr. and "I FORGOT TO BE 11&I1I .
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disharmony among our peo- Mrs. Mose Moore, presently YOUR LOVER" :
ples, one would reflect twice residing at 2445 NW 48th St., ,.'; All Stars
upon observing our dear sweet here in Miami. Her mother Ie
2 BANDS
Pamela. Not only because she Lucille is a good supervisoras ILLIME "HOMECOOKING"

knows nothing about antagonism well as provider,very muchin + :
; but especially becauseshe keeping with the policies of 2 SHOWS .
"SHOT
openly lauds her expres- the studio. GUN" iIJMANY
sions of love, leaving all those Pamela, I am told, will be I PLUS EXTRA MANY iI
who associate with her, abso- with ,the ladies-in-waiting in ADDED ATTRACTIONS :
lutely at peace with themselves the court of Guenevere(Camelot BUTTER BALL, M. C. .
Who could dare disrupt ) during the forthcoming iI
her beautiful world of en "1969 Spring Concert" to be s SPECIAL TEENAGE MATINEE THE: MOTOWN SOUND COMES TO .

chantment. At school, her held in the fabulous LaRonde 3, THE FAMOUS CONTINENTAL CLUB :
teachers are extremely pleased Room of the Hotel Fontaine- SUN. 4-7 P.M.

with her especially that she bleau, Sunday afternoon, June ...
was able to show us a report 15. This invitational affair Is -
card very close to straightA"'s. anticipating to really enjoy Its CONTINENTAL CLUB :
Socletywise, Miss new patronage of our City Fathers -
Pamela Is quite meticulouswith project j which Mrs. Il j 6000 NW 7th Ave. I"
her schedule since she Athalie Range herself Is pres- :

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THE FASTEST FINGER IN THE WEST "YOU SEEN MY WIFE" 5P.M. FAMILY, SHOW .
,1 KNOW I'VE GOT
CHEROKEE PRODUCTIONS Pr.ienti ADVANCE SANO ALCOHOL SOLD :
TICKETS
NOW ON : A SURE THING"

James Garner PIGMEAT MARKHAM is coming to Miami in. :
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one of the biggest all-star tlnee Showing 5 .
shows of all p.m. Admission $3.00. Bring .
Joan Hackett Walter BrennanI : times. See in person the world famous PIG- the family.'' No alcohol sold. 2nd show: 8:30 .

MEAT MARKHAM plus PEGGY SCOTT and p.m., adm. $4.50. 3rd Show ..

I Support Yourlocal Sheriff i JO JO BENSON "Soul| Shake", lip i c king adm. $5.50. Tickets now on salePaTunited :

4 Wild Mountain Berries," CLIFF NOBLES & Record Shop, 6265 NW 7th Avenue, Contin- ..

CO., "The Horse", "Switch It On". Also ental Cleaners, 798 NW 62nd Street, Susie's ..
HARRY MORGAN JACK ELAM
co-storrin # ,OLLIE AND NIGHTINGALES "I Know Wi9.? & Beauty Salon, 7616 NW 22nd Ave. ,, :

4 I I've Got a Sure Thing." ,See all these great Tropical Record Co., 4950 NW 7th Ave., Pa- .-

stars Thurs., May 15, One Night Only at the tricia's Inc., 5843 NW 17th Ave., Jackson's .

World Famous Continental Club, 6000 NW Market, 5830 NW 12th Ave., Mr. Walters Wig :
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to 60 years ofage to apply for Job training positions . Larry
Clean-Up Paint-Up Fix-Up Steel's Smart Affairs show is packing them in at the Eden
Roc . The Blue Notes are back at the Newport and are.doing
Campaign Launched great as usual...Phyllis Branch beads for a date at the plush
Fairmont Hotel in San Francisco. She is appearing there for
nine days with the Joe Tex show. . AU golfers who are Interested -
The month-long Clean Up- county officials. in seeing the City of Miami retain the Miami Springs
Paint Up-Fix Up Campaign in Miami Mayor Stephen P. golf course should send letters to the City Commissioners.
I Miami steps off at 11 a.m. Clark and Metro Mayor Chuck If the City of Miami Springs should get Ithatcourse,fellows,,
Friday, May 2 with a parade Hall, together with city and I feel that we will be left out in the cold with one course to
down Flagler Street featuring county commissioners, are tut BY DAVE BONDU play. You knowwhoImeanby"we" it would probablyend
bands, floats and city and scheduled to start the festivities us Just like Bay Shore... for the residents of the Springsand
by donning white coats and ._".' their guest . and you know we don't live in Miami
GET ACQUAINTED manning brooms to make a Springs. . Bouquets to Frances Henderson, acting area coordinator
SOCIALSt. clean sweep of the area ad- We had a letter from our son, Dave, Jr., who is due home for Liberty City EOPI. She b doing a great Job with
Paul Lodge #74 of Mod- Joining the County Courthouse. from Vietnam with in the next month.We want to share it with the youngsters in cleaning up the Liberty City area . Gor-
ern Free and Accepted Masonsof Under the direction of Chief you, my readers, and all of the families who have sons, bro- don Johnson, Director of the Model Cities Program,,making
the World, Inc. is sponsor- Fire Marshal Dewey Yates, thers, i father and other relatives over there i i with the hope headway by getting the citizens involved in model cities activi
ing a get acquainted social, Miami Fire Department, the that they will all come home safe and still have good morale ties. This is Police appreciation week. Let's stop and be appreciative \
Saturday, May 3, at the homeof parade will start at the County while serving over there . wherever they are. The letter for the protection given all of us by these men.
Brother David McCier, 1059 Courthouse, proceed easton reads: They may do some things that seem a bit harsh at times, but
NW 73rd St., at 8:30 p.m. Flagler Street to Biscayne these men are slowly being weeded out of the force, and othersare
Our sisters of Evening Star Boulevard, and turn north to Dear Civilians, Friends, Draft Dodgers, etc.: trying hard to live down the "bad" name that is being
Chapter #67 Felicity #71 and NE First Street. In the very near future, the undersigned will once more be spread about. This Is like grouping all people of one nationality -
guest are invited. Marching bands from Jack- in your midst dehydrated, and very demoralized, to take his into one. All cops are not bad The r e are some good and
Bro. Clyde Murray, wor- son High and NorthwesternHigh place again as a human being, with the well known forms of some bad in every nationality, every group of public servants,
shlpful master. will accompany floats, freedom and Justice for all, and to engage in Life, Liberty and every group of workers and even social clubs. Do not lumpall
with city sanitation equipmentand the somewhat delayed pursuit of happiness. In making your apples into one barrel. Let's try to appreciate those who
fire department trucks. Joyous preparations to welcome him back into organized so- are trying to do good ...That's it for this week. Till the next
NURSES ALUMNAE TEA Members of the sponsoringCity ciety, you might find that you will have to make allowances one, LIVE LIFE, EVERY GOLDEN MINUTE OF TI. PEACE!
of Miami Beautification :for the crude environment, which has been his miserable lot
Calling all Jackson Me- Committee will ride in open for the past twelve months fn other words,he might be a little
morial Hospital School of i Asiatic from Vletnamesitls and overseaitis, and should be Let Us Make Your
cars.Members
Nursing alumnae. Plan now to of the Czechos- handled with care. Do not be alarmed if he is infected with
attend an Annual Alumnae Tea lovak Club and of the Hun- all forms of rare Tropical diseases. A little time in the LATE INCOME TAX REPORTBRING
Reunion and Open House in the garian Reformation Church "land of the big P.X." will cure this malady. LETTERS TO USI
Royce Building, School of will march in costume for the Therefore, show no alarm if he Insists on carrying a weapon . YOUR TAX
Nursing, 1775 NW12thAvenueon parade which begins a spec- to the dinner table,looks around for his steel pot when offered THE TAYLORS
Wednesday, May 7 from 2 ial campaign emphasizing a chair, or wakes you up in the middle of the night for 757-48Z7
to 4 p.m. beautification in Miami. guard duty. Keep cool when h e pours gravy on his dessert at 1080 NW 54th Street
dinner or mixes his peaches with his Seagrams VO. Pretendnot
to notice if he eats with his fingers instead of silverwareand
prefers c-rations to steak. Take it with a smile when he MODEL CITIES RESIDENTS COME AND HEAR . .
insists on digging up the garden to fill sandbags for the bunkerhe The Honorable John H. Buggs, deputy director of the
Pall MallMenlhoI100 is building. Be tolerant when he takes his blanket and sheet Model Cities Administration, U. S. Department of Hous-
off the bed and puts them on the floor to sleep on. ing and Urban Development. A dynamic forceful speakerwho
Abstain from saying anything about powdered eggs, dehy- knows about Model Cities program.
drated potatoes, fried rice, fresh milk or ice cream. Do not CHAIRMAN ,City Commissioner, Athalie Range!
be alar med,if heshould Jump up from the dinner table and rush DATE-Wednesday, May 7, 1969
to the garbage can to wash his dish with a toilet brush. After PLACE Charles R. Drew Junior High School Audi
all, this has been his standard for twelve months. Also, if it torium, 1801 NW 60th Street.
should start to rain, pay no attention to him if he pulls off his TIME-8:00 p.m.
clothes, grabs a bar of soap and towel.and runs outdoors fora THE MEETING IS OEPN TO THE PUBLIC-NO. ADMISSION
Ion r..yel milder.1Ii.t' shower. Never blow a whistle near him;he may Jump out of CHARGE
a window in fear of being late for a formation. Don't get upset SPONSORED BY James E. Scott Community Association
when he calls your best food "Chow", your kitchen a Inc, a United Fund Agency; Model
"Mess", and cleans your stove with a brick. Cities Governing Board, EOPI, Liberty City
When in his daily conversation he utters such things as "sin Community Council, University of Miami,
.,,_. loi"<,and "chol hoi", Just be patient and simply leave quicklyand ,, Center for Urban Studies, and the Urban
calmly if by some chance he utters"de de", with an irri- League. -
f U. tated look on his face, because it means no less than "Get
the Heout of here". Do not let it shake you up if he picks up .......... .............................
.j; '; 1\\. the phone and yells "Parcment Sir" or says "Roger Out" S
for goodbye, or simply shouts"working".Also keep the phone To The
Public
off the hook during his first week home, if it should ring at Open
night, your blurry-eyed human would leap from his beds
c r e a m i n g "Red Alert" and a steady stream of profanity AT FLORIDA MEMORIAL COLLEGE
would ensue, causing neighbors to peer out just in time to see
his Jama-clad figure, with an old laundry bag under his arm JAMES L. FARMER
Jumping out at the nearest passing milk truckand not return-
ing for two or three days.
Never ask why the Jones boy held a higher rank than he did, : Assistant Secretary of Health, Education and
and by no means mention the term "extend" or "reenlist".
: Welfare-,)AMES L. FARMER will make his
Pretend not to notice if at a resturant he calls the waitress ,
"numba one girl" and uses his hat as an ashtray. He will : first public appearance in Miami, Fla. on :
.: probably keep listening for "homeward bound" to sound off : Saturday, May 17 at 8:30 p.m. in the Field :
..' over AFVU. If he does, comfort him for his is still reminiscing. : House of the Florida Memorial College, 15800 :
Be especially watchful when he Is in the presence of a : NW 42nd Avenue. :

woman. Especially a beautiful woman. : The is to the public
meeting at
Above all, keep In mind that beneath that tanned and rugged open no
exterior there is a heart of gold (the only thing of value he : charge.

has left). Treat him with kindness, tolerance, and an occas- ......... .......... ....... ...........l 1
ional fifth of good liquor, and you will be able to rehabilitate
that which was once(and now Is a hollow shell of) the happy- j 1

go-lucky guy you once knew and loved. j I NEW SHOW LINE UP
Last, and by no means least,send no more mail to the APO
fill the ice box with beer, get the clvies out of the rmthballs, Parisian Room
fill the car with gas, and get the women and children off the
streets. . Because the kid is coming home I 111 I 1
Issued in solemn warning this 18th day of April, 1969, to Double Deck lounge I
the relatives, friends and neighbors of Dave Bondu, Jr.
PRETTY GIRL OF THE WEEK: Sheila Rolle I
.' PRETTY BOY OF THE WEEK: Charlie Johnson(CEP Coach) 726 NW 79 Sf
U.S. VIP OF THE WEEK: Judge Henry Arrington
Government MOTHER OF THE WEEK: Frances FloydWe FRIDAY SATURDAY SUNDAY
had the opportunity to enjoy a 20th wedding anniversary
figures show party with Bob and Phyllis Satz Tuesday night It was a most I Paul WilliamS { rf SOUL SHOCKERS
Pall Mall beautiful party in their extraordinary home in Coral Gables I
and at dinner each guest received a copy of this missle:
MenthollOO'slower Orpie Smith VOCALIST
Recipe for an evening like this: l
in Take: two green tender children,bind together with strandsof
"tar" than fun, sex, longing and the marriage vows; Immerse in the PLUS YOUR HOST & M. C.
the best- warm waters of life. Over a period of years, simmer and add POISON HEAD
slowly; three children, a goodly share of money worries, a
sellingmenthol pinch of parental troubles, one ton each of laughter, Joy, and \
.., assorted sillies, a bundle of tears, a load of anger, uncounted THREE OTHER
.. king nights of passion.Bring to a boil thirteen years after Joe Simmons BIG ACTS
starting then add huge portions of growth,development, un-
derstanding, communication, sharing and maturing. Let set MONDAY
for seven years Allow to cool. Invite a group of good friends
Pall MallMenlhoI100 over and serve; allowing another twenty years or so to prepare GENE BUTLER WITH
for the dessert. "The best is yet to come" . This is
Phil Harris Revue
a beautiful recipe for a beautiful marriage.We congratulate:
% them on their twenty years,and hope. that they will have many;
many more happy years ahead. WEDN EDAY: RED TAM AND THE MAN ISH
BOY REVUE
QUICK NOTE DEPARTMENT: The Concentrated Employ-
0At irfmnna N& M 0.NiN I ment Program, 6444 NW 7th Avenue Is seeking men from 18

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HUNDREDS IN SORROW FEATURING A JACKSONITE
: WALKER Thomas is a 17-year-old Junior tnat
THOMAS :
Hundred of teenagers were very sorry to hear that last f ...iarr student at MJHS for two years and is presently running -
the last for the Miami Beach has been a
Saturday night was nigt spot
for the office of vice president of the student council and
Thee Image. e Thomas particiates in Junior
overall
Talking to owner Chuck Gross I found out that the Thunder- maintains a 3.8 average.
Council Cabinet and the Thespian Troop where
bird Hotel, located on 183rd Street and Collins Avenue right Board, Student ,
role in our next production. He
opposite Thee Image, will not renew the lease on the building.The he presently has a starring
owners of the Thunderbird refuse to give a reason, but likes the type of young lady who is "well-mannered and lov.
we can think of a few things that have been said about the dance ing." Thomas plans to attend Howard University in Washing.
hall that could have Influenced them. ton, D. C, and major in education.
I talked to some of the kids who attend the dance hall regularly "Behold here cometh the dreamer, let us slay him and we
shall see what will become of his dreams" is his motto and
and asked them how they felt about the sudded closeup.
Most of the answers were they same. They wanted to know what he abides by.
where will we go?" Student council elections took place this week and the win

Of course, there are other spots around town that these ners will be announced and inaugurated this Fridayafter run
kids can hang out on Friday and Saturday nights. But there is off elections take place Wednesday. Candidates are
,no other with the exciting atmosphere and the at home feelingone Tony Crapp and Anthony Stuart, president; Thomas Walker,
gets at Thee Imageand there is definitely no other who Ronald Blocker, and Nelson Adams, vice president; Patricia
can hold a candle to the back attractions of famous rock and Stevens and Sylvia Rolle, secretary, along with Sandra Wat-
roll, blues and psychedelic groups in comparison with those kins and Sheila Miller for treasurer. Good luck to all can-

seen at Thee Image. didates because the best man doesn't always win.. .
Owner Chuck Gross hasn't lost faith. He seems to feel that Badminton is here for its 20th year. Mixed doubles, boys
something will come through to keep The Image open. He and girls singles and boys and girls doubles have taken place
waits out his last few days while hundreds of teenagers hope Sod Sutw ol f tWu previously with only challenge ladders to take place this week.
,and pray. Jackson has held the championship title for 19 years and plans
This lovely oriental beauty is AnSeing Robinson, to make it 20.
AT THE CINDERELLA BALL: daughter of Mr. &. Mrs. James E. Robinson of 15951 Our teacher of the year Miss Barbara Goleman ventured to
Those lovely Amicettes, sponsored by the Zeta Phi Beta N.W. 17 Place. AnSeing attends school at Hialeah Washington, D.C.to meet President Nixon to accept the teacher -
,sorority, have done it again. Their annual Cinderella ball was High where she is an active member of the Student of the year award.Jose Mateo,Kenneth Mayland and Velma
I given last Thursday night at Bayfront Park Auditorium. The Council Her hobbies are modeling, bowling and Rolle travelled with her to show the cross-section the ethnic

ball was a beautiful success as it is every year.A swimming. backgrounds represented at Miami Jackson.
combination of Billy Rolle and Dick Strachan produced Student Council will sponsor their first Computer Dance
the out of sight sounds backing Miami Central junior Janet --==-.>- May 9. Students filled out applications for their computer date
\ King who gave an excellent performance. Also appearng for where they will be matched with from 2-16people. The danceis
the groups entertainment were those dynamite "Sensations"from ., only $1.25 and will be held in the cafeteria. You must sub-
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Coral Gables High School. They were elegantly clad in mit your application ahead of time or you will not be admittedto
white suits with blue ruffled shirts and with cane in hand, they Northwestern the dance.

took the show, not to mention the hearts of about thirty girls Senior class enjoyed a "skip day" lastThursdayalong with
who oozed at their feet on the stage throghout their perfor- focus another senior picnic Friday. Among the seniors and intrud-

,mance. ers here were Sharon Kelly, Joseph Wims,Vallerle Parrish,
THE PARTY AFTER: I O, Larry Jackson, James Sheftall, Arnetta Williams, John Man-
Amicette member Dalia Williams, daughter of Mr.and Mrs. By BRENDA JACKSONThe ning, Amos Mechanic, Barbara Fountain, Elaine Scott, Henry
Kenneth Williams, hosted ,the Amicettes and their friends at Martin, Veronica Harris, Velma Kelly and Deborah Lane.
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,a party at her Libery City home on Friday night. Grooving Everyone enjoyed themselves and had a wonderful time.
awhile were Glenda Thorpe,Cecil Belle,Sammiemae Roberts, senior class play, "Rest Assured" was presented by This past week I received a letter concerning the selectionof
Jeff Reaves, Dana Moss, and Renee Blair. members of the senior class Wednesday and enjoyed by all. the Delta debutantes. It read: Dear Mrs. Williams,
RASCALS TO APPEAR AT PIRATE'S WORLD: Girls from the senior English class took an Interesting I would like to know what the requirements are in order to
world famous Rascals" referredto tour of the Barbarzion Modeling School Wednesday. be selected "nice"
The "Young who are now as a Delta Debutante. It seems that some
as simply "The Rascals" are scheduled to give a concert Representatives from the medically related programs at worthy young ladies were not selected. Iamnot trying to dis-
dance Saturday night at Pirate's World out US 1. Miami-Dade Junior College spoke to seniors who were interested credit or degrade the organization, for I think that it is a
This should prove very entertaining and very soulful because in occupations such as medical technicians, medical worthwhile one. lam inquiring rather to see what qualifications
the Rascals have vowed that they will never appear in secretary, nursing, physical therapy assistants, etc. are necessary for a deserving young lady who is active
another show unless half of the performers are soul. After capturing the district 7 AA crown, Northwestern will throughout the school, church, and community to qualify as a
IK' If you recall it was that hit tune by "The Rascals" that held compete In the regional 4AA meet, of course, we'll win. Delta Debutante.

r the number one spot on the charts for three weeks this summer Beverly Roker, is considered as an all around student. She I know that you :receive a large amount;of mail throughoutthe
entitled "People Got To Be Free". Amen. is the reporter for the Hospitality Club, assistant secretaryof week, but I hope that you can find and allow ample spaceto
* * * * * * * the girl counselors and the junior class reporter. She is answer
my question Intelligently, honestly and to the point.
I planning a career in the field of journalism. Next year Bev
THE DUKE HAS WHITE HOUSE GALA:
in advance
Last Tuesday the Grand Duke, Duke Ellington, celebrated hopes to be writing Northwestern Focus. Sharon Thanking Kelly you ,

I his seventieth birthday. However, this was no ordinary birth Vice President of the Senior Class
day, for Duke spent his in the White House as special guest of Block Students At Our girls softball team brought home the county champion-
President Richard Milhouse Nixon who says he digs the Duke. ship this year. Agatha Hunter, Yvette McKinny and Chiquita
t Atteding the gala were other well knowns from the music Sanford were only a minority of the strenuous players.

world. Southwest Charge BiasA I would like to extend my deepest apologies to all my read-
* * * * * * * ers for
my article's leave of absence for the past few weeks.

AROUND TOWN: classroom boycott by teenage problems- not just This matter was unpreventable and I can assure you that all
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Carol City High lovely Vernet Jo Pegues celebrated her lost
about 125 Negro students at black problems." he said. news and Informations will be made up for.
sixteenth birthday last week.
Southwest High School ended
We also had a local birthdaycelebrated last Tuesday in a
last Wednesday after a two-
white house. However, it was the one on the corner of 57th St.
hour meeting between the stu-
and NW 17th Ave. Miami Jackson senior Gary Range cele- i
dents and the school principal.The 1'
brated his seventeenth. .
Obviously Liberty City buildings with glass fronts are more students, less than five
attractive than those on Flagler. I know of two broken in thepast per cent of the 3,100 youths
week. It would be too unfortunate for our black businessmen Southwest, aired their dis-
to resort to storm shutters at the first of May. satisfaction to Principal E.
** * * * * * * Hugh Allsworth and then returned -

45 OF THE WEEK: "The Chokin' Kind" by Joe Simon to classes in the after-

ALBUM OF THE WEEK: "Bigger Better"by David Newman noon.A .
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smaller group of the
Until later, do your own thing! youths later met with the stu-
dents Interracial Council! ' F

which agreed to expand the 11 -; I Ias I
U EXPERIENCE NECESSARY school's Student Council to include -

Start today it a Manager Trainee Negro representativesand
I It r In a 7 Elate Store. Rapid ad. to find a new way of selecting t a'rt
vaacomaat land on year owe the Negroes on the Interracial di m

ability. If yea are ever 21, have council. 1
transportation and are looking far
Allsworth said that the students
a chance to move up with a large!
.apply NOW at ana af tho complained about bias on,
company iA
the part of football and basket
following location:
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ball coaches, and some teach-

ers were called rude. It was A watercolor Still Life )Von"rt;;; '
7 ELEVEN STORES not however an entirely (seen here prize for Fred R.Williams,
in
II the Afro-American
1770 C. 4'" Ave. Hlalwh racial thing, the principal Art Show at Miomi-Dade Junior College South. A senior

19f20.237 "Sunset.\Y.2nd Dr.Av(LW.*. ( 7211'1-N S.... Miami MI""i claimed. at ??7rnK.wHA97 School, Williams l is the son of Mr. and Mrs., Fred! R.
of the Williams, St. He
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r}{Riding 1 Along {! i NeededIn

reference to Government Housing Units, the following
DANNIE !
JOHNSON : example shows the desire need for more public housing.
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Transit Authority, r EXAMPLE:
First, In behalf of the
{
Metropolitan Transit Author- Mrs. Willie Mae Mills 20, of 2321 NW 71st Street, Miami,
Ity and myself, I would like to 4 v Is living on a $100 a month check from her. husband, a 21-
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give thanks to Mr. Garth ," year-old Marine serving In Viet Nam.
Reeves and his staff for allow-
vl i, ,4 g ate.,
ing us the to
this space column. bring you Mrs. Mills has one child, Stephanie age 2 years and is also
weekly
'A months pregnant.
FftJ blAh.k3 seven
It Is hoped that through these
articles many of you who ride
the buses will learn more p.Elder. There has been some difficulty as to the amount of money
about the operators and their being alloted by the government for the support of the child.
duties, as well as changes in At present, the American Red Cross Service Is helping Mrs. Schlitz
policies and proceduresthat Mills in this matter.

may be of interest to our Promotes

riders. Mrs. Mills was evicted from previous residence at 2760
This is being written prob- NW 56th Street. After trying on her own to attain living quarters HarrisTo
ably to a small minority, but s and finding only a couple of places for which more money SupervisorJohn
it is hoped that each of you than she could afford to pay was being asked, she stayed fora
will take time to think seriously short time with her elderly mother, who is receiving welfare '
Harris has been
on these matters. aid, and Is also living in public housing.Mrs. S. of
Every robbery that is com- promoted to supervisor

mitted in the black neighbor- J. W. Wilson, staff and congregation of Mills came to the Model City office on March 28. to the sales Jos.promotion Schlitz Brewing projects Comptty. for-
hoo d hurts your friends and Church of God True Holiness, are proud to announce contact Mr. Eddie Mitchell and Mr.John Gulley,after receiv-

relatives who are trying to their new program of the open ing of their storehouse. ing advise from Mr. Ferguson of Urban Renewal. Mr. Gulley' A native of Richmond, Ken-
make honest and decent ,
an and Mr. Mitchell spoke with Mr. Ralph Carey of the Miami
teacherIn
place for you to live. We are Also, their unusual kindergarten service that covers Housing Authority, who, after four days found her a public tucky Atlanta, Harris was before a joining

aware that the white man is care for babies as well as pre-school age children. housing unit, in which she Is now living. Schlitz in 1953. Since then he
wrong in some of his ways, food for families clothingfor
They also have needy has held several sales and
but is this anyway to correctit needy children and a care home for ,senior citi- With the realization that there are some undesirable loca- marketing posts. His mostre-
? You show him the amountof tions for public housing units, the people who are In need of had been
talent you have by what you zens. If you are in need of any of these services, cent assignment sup
this housing assistance should have more of a say-so than
do, you steal $50 and if you please call our office that is located in the rear of they presently have. ervisor of brand projects for

get caught, vou get five years.IS the church, 9009 NW 21st Avenue. The entire church Schlitz Harris Malt is a Liquor.graduate of Ken-

it worth It? extends a warm invitation to each and everyone for Did Mrs. Mills have a say-so'? ',,',1.1. ucky State College at Frank-
We're making a plea to eachof *
Submitted
and 8 by: fort where he earned an A.B.
you to please let us keep our church services. 11 a.m. Sunday p.m. Sunday John Gulley > ,
earnings.The nights. See you there. degree in 1950.

black man began drivelIng

buses in Dade County .,'Fit
seven years ago. There was a
trend, at the start, to rob the '
white drivers, but now you
thieves have no rules.Not thatit TJ IR ID i N *E '
was right to rob anyone, .
.....but you claim the black man
is your soul brother. So tell r.

us, what has he done to you to '. "
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deserve this? We urge you to :

leave us alone so that the tran- j
sit provide bet-
authority can
EXTRAORDINARY SAVINGS, ON TIMELY
ter transportation for every- .. -
i' NEW TOP QUALITY MERCHANDISE
one. We ask for better transportation I

for our community, '''
but how can we really convince Reg49$1 '
them with the behavior you
exhibit? ENItOOK

In articles to come I will
introduce you to the drivers
who are serving you.
Be sure to pick up a Miami FOR THI 1r ,4aS'SYMBOL IN 2 >s'
Times next week from a -"ti..::; ? i 01 IR cnrnRFc; Keg.. j 9
newsboy or your local store, 4.99
and see who our Driver of the
Week will be. I think It will be

someone you know_

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In Celorll 6 .y fashion . time to rush-in

ALIMONY LOVERS t',I; t for Burdine's spectacular low Reg. ,$15
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LOVES OF A PSYCHIATRIST Reg.$30 ? self to these luscious gowns, ': .. }
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14.99 / '' ensembles, slips, half-slips rl
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PAULY DASH each size.daywear !

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The Urban League's 1969 Membership Drive is well under said, "We hope during this membership drive one of the Ur- confronting the system, a member of the Urban League of
way; and to quote Miss Nancy Adams, membership chairman, ban League volunteers will contact you and share with you the Greater Miami, Inc., receives the following:: (1)) The quarterly
"each day's mail brings a stack of envelopes with member- part you can play in building up the ghetto by Joining the Lea- Newsletter, a summary of program activities, ((2))any per.
ships for the Urban League" Miss Adams went on to say that gue. But, should they not reach you, please read the attached tinent Information relative to inter-grouprelations,and racial
many of the envelopes have notes saying why the people de- brief explanation of the New Thrust and membership that problems, both local and national, (3)) the possibility of being
cided to Join the Urban League. tells why we need your support and why you need the Urban selected by the Board of Directors to serve on the Executive
Typical of the letters being received are the following excerpts League." Committee, five members are chosen from the general mem
from new members. The general goal of the New Thrust is to equalize life results bership by the board to serve on the executive committee, (4)
"Please put my name on an active list. I want to work for between black and white Americans. TheNew Thrust for the memberships of$25 or more a sterling silver Urban
better relations and better conditions" changes traditional Urban League endeavors from social ser League Logo is presented, (5) the general membership will
"My wife and I went to your mass meeting in Coconut Grove vices to social change by working to eliminate injustices and function as an organized entity, therefore at the annual meeting -
last month. We'd like to help get the area council started. exploitation rather than to alleviate their effects. We are now in May a chairman and other officers will be elected.
What was said about black people organizing for change makesa emphasizing creative, constructive confrontation between After the May election, the general membership will meet
lot of sense. Enclosed is $1.00 for the Urban League mem- those who can produce change and those who need change. every quarter, In order to receive a report on program pro-
bership." A major move in this direction is from traditional Urban gress and to discuss Items of cocern from the general mem-
"I am a 28 year old housewife who is_very much interestedin League organization as a board of directors and professionalstaff bership that lend themselves to the New Thrust concept..
the Urban League. Please tell me how lean help." to a membership-based agency a large membership Everyday, somewhere in Miami, black people are involved
"lam enclosing a check, but I much prefer to do something of people who will be involved with planning and policy mak- with Urban League -- from Individual assistance on housingand
myself. Please contact me if you think I might be able to help ing. The New Thrust demands a forceful membership that is employment to community interests, such as increased)
with anything in Coral Gables." totally involved. The ghetto will be home to Its residents forth garbage collection, code enforcement, rat and pest control
"I am one of the people your worker talked to. . We can't e next decade or two. The ghetto can change if the strengthin and other issues of concern to black people.
stand the garbage piled up In this building . Now I read the it Is organized. We are seeking to develop and mobilize this Now is the time for you to put your concern into action and
Urban League got more service for our area. Good luck and strength in every black community in Dade County. Join the Urban League. Stop by any Urban League communityoffice
God bless you." Aside from active involvement as an Individual a task forces and leave your name and address, orcall 377-3681 for
Mrs. Maude K. Reid, president of the Board of Directors, that will be created by the League to assist poor residents in further information.

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I "Housing Discrimination Recourse"The I URBAN LEAGUE COMMUNITY OFFICES:

L. E. A. P. 1112 NW 62nd St. ,- 7S8-5551

staff of Operation fered by volunteers, such as cllitles, shopping centers, contact person between fair LEADERSHIP DEVELOPMENT
6207 NW 27th Avenue 693.4302
Equality, the Urban League supplying Information about churches, and general facts housing volunteers and black -
housing program, can assist the many communities InDade about each neighborhood. families Interested in look- OPERATION EQUALITY
anyone to file a complaint, County concerning school integrated housing. 3378 Douglas Road 448-6268:
who, in looking to rent or buy 1 fa'M'! !'" ill: 2338 All BoLa Avenue 685-0342
housing, suspects that he has : '#ft 536 S. W. 12th Avenue 358.2226
been discriminated against. t {' M1''< '.i c ; '6740 NW 15th Avenue 691.3811

Miss Carolyn Boston,Hous- 1i. COMMUNITY LEADERSHIP DEVELOPMENT
ing Specialist said, "If you :, 1001 NW 3rd Avenue 377.5264
have been discriminated } ; >i CITIZENS CORPS
against in the rental of an rij { i ,J : 6207 NW 27th Avenue 693..302FAMILY
apartment or sale of a house, '<"
the law is on your side,you do PLANNING
have recourse." 4638 NW 27th Avenue 633.2573

", Miss Boston may be reached y.. i t :
by calling 691-3811,or stop
by the office at 6740 NW 15th
Avenue for information and
assistance in filing claims or
Just to report incidents of . $5 Down
housing discrimination. .

The Operation Equality v 'tJJ On.
Fair Housing Center has a .
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black and white, who find ..}
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available housing, escort people ..
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to vacancies and act as .... ... ...
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checkers when discrimination > ..... .. :
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area of Dade County and are Staff members of Operation Equality, the Urban League's Housing Program *
available to assist black families -
inlocatlnghousingoftheir hear Coordinator Lee A. Black discuss discrimination in housing as it P

applies to the new Federal Housing Legislation. (See article) 9l l




I of- Rats And Roaches" Raising Land.

MODEL 1060 MED-60SPANISH; MEDITERRANEAN
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Rats and vermin InfestationIs Development.Rats Mr. Solomon noted: "The Insect Costs ForHousing AM/FM CONSOLE \
an urgent community prob- and vermin are serious infestation was revealed Console with Bar in Authenic Oak Finish.! !
lem as stated by residents In health hazards, as they are as being heavy to severe. Cabinet of Genuine Hardwood and Solids.
Urban Renewal Area II. This carriers of filth and disease. Every structure surveyed had
was brought out by a door-to- The extent of the problem has a roach condition." The cost of housing sites has 1
door interview survey con- been further documented by an As a result of the Urban risen steadily over the years,
ducted by Urban League field in-depth survey of a selected League survey, a six-week reports the U. Department STEREOPHONIC CONSOLE
workers doing Community Organization area by an Entomologist and program of insect control and of Housing and UrbanDevelopment. +x
Services under Registered Sanitarian of citizen education will begin In 1950, the average estimated -
contract with Dade Department Eveready Pest Control Ser- this week.A market price of a site
of Housing and Urban vices, Mr. Eugene Solomon. feature of the program,
which is under the supervisionof for a single-family home Insured -
Mr. Solomon, will,be the by the Federal Housing :
training of several men, who, Administration amounted to
when the control program Is I'
1 completed, will be ready for $1,035. In 1967, the price had "
permanent'employment as increased to $3,766, a raise of It
pest control personnel. 264 percent over 17 years.
With assistance from the
County Health Department, During the same period,the TV's STEREOS
J Urban League staff and the estimated total average valueof
1, a Neighborhood Area Council a new home insured by FHA 8 SPEAKERS
will work with' the' residentsin had Increased from $8,594 to 379-0900
the selected area to demonstrate -

insect control, : measures $18,970. This increase PHONE BETWEEN 1 a.m. & 10 p.m.
and Insect prevention.' amounted to 121 percent. Site
The demonstration area is costs, therefore, rose at a Sundays Included
from 5th Street NW to 7th St.
and 4th Avenue to 6th Avenue. substantially faster rate ttan F&M-TV 425 E 9th St.
:
Cooperating agencies are total Dousing during the 1950-
Jnlted Fund, HUD, and Great- 67 period. PHONE AND SALESMAN WILL CALL



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1 The Eleventh Hotel Annual Con- : ',

ference and Sixth Joint Ses- .
tio'By JIMMY "SCOOP" BETHELMAN sion of General Conference of ,.,, ,
Grand Chapters Holy Royal ;rAr
ABOUT TOWN. .The whole town's talking about how Arch Masons, Prince Hall Affiliation '
"Nancy Wilson, Arthur Prysock and the Delfonlcs"(the three will be held here at
acts) performed to standing ovations last week at the Apollo the Everglades Hotel, June 27 ..+srM Mw
Theatre t. Otis Williams and his Temptations breakin'em to July 2,1969.Meeting ','i I
up at the Copacabanna, directly from their Miami Beach stint with them at the w
. New York City police trying to connect Black Panthers to same time will be the General 3
Cuba. Claim they receive f1nancfalhelp... Billy Eckstine and Conference of Grand Courts r 'w'N
his songs at the NY Rainbow Grill now. . The David Harris' Heroines of Jericho, will hold
(she's folk singer and strong civil rights worker Joan Baez) their International Conference I r M
announced that, they are expecting a baby. . Duke Ellingtonto Grand Encampment, Knight A /
celebrate his 70th birthday, Apr 1129.He will be honored by T e m pi a r s, International
President Nixon at the white house with a white-tie dinner on Grand Guild Heroines of
that date . Sammy Davis Jr.ailing, but is recuperating. . Templar Crusades and the
The young lady that was arrested in Florida for Impersonating InterState International
Aretha Franklin is on her way to stardom due to her fine Courts Order of Cyrene.
Job of impersonating the "first lady of soul." She is being .M. E, Fred Alexander
offered some "big time contracts." 33'Grand High Priest.

A TRIBUTE TO DOREEN REEVES YOUNG. . The death
of Mrs. Doreen Reeves Young was a shockto the minds of all
Mlamians. She wasn't only the daughter,of our"Miami Times
publisher," Chief H. E. S. Reeves or the sister of Hazel, L
Cole ( ) at
Maurice" paid surprise visit to Kathy
The "Amazing a
Clarice, Frances and Garth ST., she was also the daughter of
pioneer Miami, and the sister of all of us that knew her and Variety Children's Hospital, and hod her completely mystified with his magic ;h
grew up with her. Her work shall live on in Miami forever. tricks and artistry. She's shown with one of her patient playmates, Tammi 'IJ:

She will rest in peace. Lingard (center) as the well-known entertainer creates beautiful silhouette' j

of his Scissors. The noted clown is a,
few I ,
likenesses with a quick snips
ROUND ABOUT TALK. . Remember? Nathaniel(Mussolini -
) Cleare, owns a fleet of private cabs I(Taxi Cabs) in member of the Footlighters' Club, the group of professional entertainers who

Brooklyn and has become quite rich. .. Tough think . Mr. are sponsoring.. the annual Benefit Golf Tournament, May 15th to help the
and Mrs. Melvin Robinson in Miami (from Jacksonville) to
attend the funeral of a nephew,21/2 year old James Jamison, a hospital.
killed when hit by a car. The son of the John Jamisons of
2220 NW 1st Court. . The big thrill . Our "popular girlof
the mid-western states Including Detroit and Ohio This is Peach Justice Ask ForSegregated'
Frandtla's first trip out of Florida.She hails from Opa-locka. .
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(1701 NW 155th Street) . Mrs. George Heastie (former
Gloria Steward) practical nurse at Cedars of Lebanon Hospital, TURNQUESTPopular
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heading back to nursing school for RN. School
young receptionistat
TEEN TALK AND SOUL MUSIC SURVEY . Picture to the Miami Dolphins' office -
How's that again? Charges of inciting to riot "
wrong, Adair said.He accused -
see: "Three in the Attic" with Peyton Place's love girl, Judy at 330 Biscane Blvd. is 19 Peach Justice Sylvester were dismissed against the the school board of being
. year old Charlotte Turnqulst,
Pace. Judy's performance onTV's"ModSquad".wasgreat.
Adair on Tuesday asked that three. "wishy washy"
Motown. . Diana Ross(Supremes)is suffering from a nerve Miss Turnquist had the unique Homestead Junior High School As the hearing ended, Adair
condition. She has got to slow her pace or "break down" . experience of receiving her be segregated again after said the friction between black To help forestall any further
From Pauline Thomas, 1470 Wilkins Ave., Bronx, it's David education in both the United bounding over three youths to and white teenagers has Incidents, Adair said he will
Boffin's "My Whole World Ended" dedicated to(Pop) Mark States and Europe. Her lather Criminal Court on charges of reached such a high pitch that increase the bond for inciting
Harris of Deland, Fla. . Kermltt Cleare (Cecil's son) and is retired Army Staff Sergeant resisting arrest with violencein "someone could get killed." to riot from $5,000to$10,000..
Teddy Roberts (the barber) first cousins. .. Eunice Charlow,. Emory J. Turnquist.CharlotteWorked. a rock throwing incident at He recommended that Other bond changes ordered by,'
Howard, now living' in Hollis, Long Island, still pretty like a ; as a secretary the school. Homestead Junior High be- Adair are attempted aggre- t
picture. . This is Scoop Bethel saying, time and tide wait for the center managerof The F lor IdaClty youths, '' come segregated for at least vated assault against a police
for no man. C-U-NX-WK. the Opa-locka EOPI priorto students at Mays High School: three years, until the present officer $25,000, aggravated -
taking her with the
position Curtis Mangham, 17, Carey student body is out of the assault against an officer
Dolphins. She was born in Jackson, 19, and Andrew school. $50,000 and if an officer is
Jack's MEN'S WEARSEE Petersburg, Virginia, but Jones 19, 'were released in "When kids are afriad to go Injured the bdbd will be$100-
graduated from Baker High
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custody of their parents. to school, something: is 000. ,
School in Columbus, Georgia. I
'MR. JACK"I I Charlotte is the eldest of seven 1
FOR children and has helped with
STYLES FOR ALL AGES the family duties since her LONGER.
The Very Latest in Men's'Fashions mother passed away last July. ..

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Brownsville/ Junior High Salutes ,:
Class
Graduates From OIC
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Police AgenciesThe t' ,1
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Managerial Training School Crime Commission of of law, and order and justice.An ? ,9 < .r,'
Greater Miami with the endorsement assembl program fea-
turing several of our local law rL ;
PHILADELPHIA "You Hangers, senior and Junior of the Board of .r
enforcement agents is plan- k
are the pioneers who will raise executives for other fields of Public Instruction of Dade --- "
the level County, sponsors the county- ned for Thursday, May 1. Mr. a
of
management not industry and community service w....
only for your own operationsbut but just now is attempting wide "Police Appreciation Nathaniel counselor B.for Styles the division, aftercare of ,...J\\
Recruitment Week" beginning
for your communities' to provide a trained executivefor
Monday, April 28 Sunday, youth services, and officers (
declared George Champion, each of the 60-odd OICs J
chairman of the Board of the May 4. This Project, which" ;]I Aaron Lee and Marvin Wileyare eu
Chase National Manhattan embraces National Law Day guest speakers on the pro-

Bank as he handed out the diplomas on Thursday, May 1, is designed gram. e
to the 22 men who made, to express appreciation Brownsville Junior High u k ,
up the first class of executivesto and support for all police School salutes the police agen- .A,
graduate from the OIC Man agencies in Dade County and cies of this community for ,
agerial Training School. to aid in recruitment of per- their aid and protection

Samuel J. Moncur of Miami sonnel into police work. throughout the years.TEACHER'S .

was among the honor grad Brownsville Junior High
uates of the class. School has joined the school AIDE
At the school-closing exercises board and the Crime Commis-
Dr. Leon H. Sullivan, s sion in its "Police Appreciation TRAINING DEADLINEMAY
founder of OIC had already issued and Recruitment Week" 10

a challenge to the men and project. Teachers plannedac- Deadline for applications'for '
Dr. L. D. lieddick, directorof tivities which were designed to a new program in the Uni-
the school had certified that foster in the students an understanding versity of Miami School of
they were highly competent in and appreciation Education to train teacher's
the fields of and flnancial .
general -'- -- aides for disadvantaged
management, man- in Dade is Sheriff Dept. Recruits
power and knew enough about SAMUEL J. MONCUR I Holmes' Elementary' schools County
May 10.1'11e .
Urban Sociology, and Minority that are presently operatingin Spring program is supportedby Gets Training
History to understand their
some 25 cities. a $70,326 grant from the
communities and the people' Registration U. S. Office of Education.Participants Resusci Anne, a realistic dummy used in first
staff of
they would be serving. The {the Managerial will receive stipendsand
These men had successfully Training School includes, in All parents of children who waiver of tuition and fees aid training, gets some attention from Public Safety
completed an intensive three- addition to Dr. Reddick, Pro- will be five years of are on or and Randall
while in training.For Wilson
months course for top man fessor Leon H. Holsey, Mr. before January I, 1979. Department recruits Herman *
Information applicants
agement. All of the men of this Roger Dickson, Mrs. Nancy Registration of Head Start should write the program'c Macy. While in training the men receive $557

present class will be executive Brown and Miss Barbara pupils will begin on Monday, co-directors, Dr.Joseph Bar monthly. On successful" completion of the training ,
directors or other key administrators Davis. Instructors include April 28, at 8:30 a.m. until ton or Dr. Ella Travis,Schoolof
of QIC Jobtraining .. members of the faculty of 3:30 p.m. "Only these children Education, University of program in July they will become officers at a
programs that are scat Temple University and the who will be five years of Miami Coral Gables Fla.
,
tered throughout the nation. Wharton School of Finance and age on or before January 1, 33134,,or call 284-3525. starting pay of $7,008 a year.
Another such class will be activated Commerce of the Universityof 1970 will be eligible to enroll

on June 2nd. Pennsylvania.Chief consul- in head start. Head start session :
The OIC Managerial Training tants are Dr. Lewis Wade for pupils will be from
School I n be developing Jones and Dr. St.Clair Drake. 8:30 a.m.until 3 p.m.The child

must live within the school attendance -

I Self Study Program At BCCA ,I of 62nd Street urea to which 79th is St.: North west

of 12th Avenue to 14th Ave.
Talks !
Self-Study of Bethune- courses offered, the qualifications Parents will you please Money
Cookman College in an effortto of the professors, the bring your child birth certificate -
maintain a high quality pro methods of instruction, the financial with you upon registration. -
gram of education for the next support of the college, "
ten years is currently under- the campus facilities, and sf
way under the direction of Dr. every other facet .- including .,.... ...' r
W. R. Pickens.Dr. the long range planning for the : GoTo'cHURCH :

Pickens, a native of future." Dr. Pickens conducted i SUNDAY i
Oklahoma City completing a similar at
academic, program :.......................,
years study of B-CC Stetson University recently.
activities. BethuneCookmanis 1 ; vL
fully accredited by the BethuneCookmanCol-
Southern Association of lege has been gathering information '

Colleges and Schools, the collecting questionnaires MERSO'TELEVISIO

highest accrediting body. The from many sources in, ,. (
SACS visits its member an effort to learn as much ;
schools periodically to help about itself in the current Self- \
them constantly Improve their Study. When all of the Information L .

programs.through self study is gathered, it will be .
every ten years. Dr. Pickens sorted, interpreted, and published 2 ,' '
said, "this is done to make in a report. The Information r -
sure that the highest possible in the report will be '
used by SACS during its survey ; ,/.y
standards are being maintained $
by that institution. There of the college In March 888.8 : '
a
are studies in depth of the 1970. ,' i : t. f"i'l 1


Model City Task Force ""Miwiii'i' .."Jj'1.. =. i f': i
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MODELS A*WITH \a A

The Model Cities Educa- has made to the staff of thedropout I PRIVATE LISTENING

tional Task Force' endorsedthe prevention project. 1 EARPHONE
outline of a dropout pre- Among the recommendations I \I

vention proposal Monday, are an expanded vocational- $5.00
which is being developed by technical program and work. When the talk turns to money, turn to us .'. for complete .
schools in the Model Cities 'experience programs; an extended -
area. school day; Increased DOWNCall banking services from Savings and Checking Accounts to

According to Chairman Will guidance services; increased low-cost Personal Loans. We're proud to be the family
the approved in individualized
0. Cox, group psychological services; ad
principal efforts to Improvethe program of Instruction bank, serving our friends and neighbors in this community.
holding power of Miami and an expanded program 751-5629
Northwestern High School and of recreational and so-
its feeder secondary schools, cial activities at the three NO CREDIT Complete Banking Services
Drew and Dorsey Junior High; schools. REQUIRED
Schools. Savings Accounts Checking Accounts Home Mortgage Loans

During the past month, The following persons have Auto Loans Personal Loans Safe Deposit Bank by Mails
teachers, parents and pupilsin spearheaded the actual writ-
the area served by the ing of the proposal: Mrs.Mar- ALSO:

schools have been making a garet Adams, Mrs. Minerva 0 FURNITUHS
study of the causes of drop- Beneby, Mrs. Thelma Brim. APPLIANCES
outs. Each school has made a berry, Edwin, T. Demeritte, *
survey of its pupils and each Mrs. Lillle B. Hart, George STEREOS
faculty has devoted days of 'Hepburn, Clifford Matthews,
study to the problem. Fifty Mrs. Lorraine Vaught, Mrs.
Barbara Williams, George
parents were Interviewed at WELLS
their homes and their recon. Williams, Cleophas Allgood W.T.
mendations were among those principal, Dorsey Junior High COMPANY
now being employed in the development School; Mr. Samuel Q. Cohen
45 H W. 54th Street
Principal, Miami North 759-4431
of the program,
western Senior High; Dr. Miami Florida 33127
,
A proposal is_being!!written .
Johnny L. Jones Principal,
mat is based on the recommendations -
that each school Drew Junior High School.
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0 NEIGHBORHOOD Q Family


P, SERVICES Health j



OPA-LOCKA CENTERSt. Center ;

Phillips Child Opportunity Center located at 15700 NW
20th Ave., Rd.will hold open house Sunday, May 4, at 3:30 p.m.A .
program has been planned for your Information and enter-
tainment. Remarks will be made by Mr. David Pemberton, At the Family Health Center we have a Health Advisory # ii"CEP
chairman of the Opa-locka Advisory Board,Mrs.Birdie White, Council. Our Council takes the role in the evaluation of the
president of Child Assistant group, a representative for Mrs. Health Center's activities and in guiding the operations of the
Marie Carl, executive director who will be out of town at this Family Health Center. The Council has two members servingas a
time, and Benny O'Berry, Opa-locka Area Director. members of the Board of Directors of the Family Health
This two class room Child Opportunity Center has been Center. R

made possible by Father William O'Connell and the congregation Mrs. Gladys Taylor, we are proud to inform you, is the *pta
of St. Phillips Catholic Church to provide assistancein President of the Health Advisory Council. The Council meets
the early childhood development of the underprivileged once each month in a place convenient to all, and at a time con

children. venient to all.Maximum Trainee MakesGood" .

community participation is needed to keep new I
Legal Services Separated life into our organization and here are some suggestions that
I may help you do you r part in keeping the Council alive:

From EOPI Attend Council meetings regularly. Make It a matter of
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The federal government has proval of Gov. Claude Kirk. importance to attend meetings regularly. Try to reach others The Concentrated Employi chines. He could easily handle
approved the separation of the Also approved was a $399- who never attended a meeting and have no idea of what i meat program, under the direction the electric saw, the sander,
Economic Opportunity Pro- 861 federal grant for the ,transpiring. Remind them that they have little to grumble of Harold E. Oliver, and grinder. Robert knew
gram Inc. and its legal ser- agency during 1969-70 about if they don't attend meetings. serving the residents of the about shop mathematics after
vices arm.Howard. which Is about the same Model City area at 6444 NW ,the fourth week Robert was promoted
Live up to your duties as a member of the Health Advisory 7th Avenue is of to the of trainee
Dixon, director of amount as allotted during proud manyof position
Council. Be willing to fulfill the responsibilities that go along
Economic Opportunity Le- 196869. the 500 enrollees that came instructor I asked Robert his
gal the Services Program Inc., Dixon explained the Legal with the ''rights. Thinking for yourself Is a responsibility. into the center to apply for .thoughts about CEP and he
voice Is
be heard
said he has been notified of the Service applied for the separation Letting ideas your a responsibility. Sharing your training to prepare for a better stated, "I owe it all to CEP.
with others la .
approval by Sen. Spessard after it became appar- good a responsibility.Show paying Job, One such Is the If it hadn't been for CEP I
Holland's office The application ent the EOPI would be taken a personal Interest in the Council. Tell your neigh- story of Robert Wadley, age might be out in the street doing
now needs only the ap over by the county. bors and friends about the Center and the Council. Develop 29, residing with his wife and nothing." He added,"To those
your ability to communicate and keep the lines of communication three children at 3000 NW 69 of you like me, you must remember -
open between your Family Health Center andyour com- Street. that CEP will not last
ltt.I''I.tl" munity. Before coming to CEP, forever You must take ad-
Robert was having a rotfgh vantage of it while it is here to
"..plottS 1 BE)"' MMIWERS/tRV Keep your sense of humor. People who take themselves too time trying to make ends meet.In for you. If you have enough
seriously and others not seriously enough can mar the efficient order to support his family nerve to do wrong, then have
operation of any organization. Freedom from Illness and pain, he has had many kinds of enough nerve todoright whereit
which Is the aim of the Family Health Center, is a joy to ex odd Jobs. He knew more about will benefit you and your
# I perience. welding than anything else and family If you take a chance on
he Just couldn't find anything stealing, try taking a chance
'S"liD Give credit where credit is due. Don't hesitate to'praise' a
." better. He felt that he needed ,on learning something so you
for well
fellow member for a Job well done, or a comment
"' ,.. will some training andhe wanted to won't have to steal.!'
spoken. By praising others you be rendering a great ser-
get to know himself better, so
/1 vice to your council.
he applied for CEP Trainingand Robert Wadley has found
tuJtG" Persuade capable persons to run for office and give your official
:::;:, t representative respect and cooperation.A good leader Is was accepted. himself. Now he is in the position
Robert went through a ten to help the youth at Youth
wholehearted
should the
SU"D one who has good followers. They get
thcA would if the week training course and was Industries to find themselves, "
leader.
help you expect you were
., lIaup.. \. placed in the Youth Industriesat and show them what "their
;.r; h \ ."HECK FOR tIMEIy. \ Keep' long range goals in mind The Family Health Centeris 1743 NW 54th Street as a thing is." As the,CEP Exe-
NEwsPA P here to stay and making long range plans for the future Is Machine Operator. The Executive cutive Director, Harold
: N of utmost Importance. Don't let your organization wither and Director, James A. Oliver is concerned. He said
...e1V die because of lack of attendance or community participation. Forchion, was so impressedwith "The object of CEP is to have
Keep in mind the goals of the Health Advisory Council. Also, Robert that after three 1200 Robert Wadleys'. CEP is
keep the purpose of the Health Advisory Council in mind. weeks he decided that Robert here to serve the people of this
Where are we headed? Is the organization fulfilling its purpose had a special talent and know community, and served they
? Do new conditions require a change of direction? Do ledge of many kinds of ma shall be."
WATCH AHDY ON present methods meet current and future needs?
The ability to look ahead Is an ideal way of preventing head-
!TMtlHEMR'HIEXCLUSIVE; S aches and confusion. And, after deciding on your goals, stay
in the thick of things until the very end? f-
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Faircloth Endorses OIC : limes StoteidT1p;

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[ ney Genera 1 Earl Fairclotb He urged the group to adopta center in operation now and with a call for action on the set up the programs and then
Saturday, challenged Florida Job training program"which one is be i n I planned for Mi- part of not only the black people let me know what problems I
Negroes to "bridge the social has worked in northern ami. The attorney general said you represent, but also the can help you solve/'Faircloth
and economic gap between the states" while similar pro- Negro leaders should begin white community Faircloth explained.
white and black communities" iii grams have failed immediately to establish such said. "Through our combined efforts
I through adoption of a new "The program, called Opportunities centers in all areas of Florida. He pledged the full efforts we can seek to eliminate
statewide Job training pro IndustrializationCenter "The slogan of OIC is 'We of his office to aid"in any way hunger, poverty and disease.We .
gram.Faircloth. or more usually OIC Help Ourselves'. American possible" In the creation of can, by working together,
told more than 250 was developed originally in business is not being asked to OIC centers throughout give the Impoverished man
members of the Florida Vot- 1964 in Philadelphia by the give anyone a handout or to Florida. But he stressed that self-pride and economic dig
| ers League's Spring meetingat Rev. Dr. Leon H.Sullivan.Today train anyone for a Job. The the Negro leaders must take nity.
the program is in opera- business community is askedto the first action.
Riviera Beach that they "The task Is great; the re-
should seek "real help" and tion In 85 cities and there are hire someone and pay hima "What I do depends on what wards are greater," Faircloth
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not "handouts" from the white Job training centers in 25 ma- living wage. In so doing we you do. You must organize and concluded.
community through the self- jor urban cities," Faircloth are bridging the economic and ....
AIL explained. social between the black
help program he outlined in gap SPRINGMOTOR
his address. _. "OIC has a six-point pro- and white communities."We .
gram which makes it work want to replace the cry OVERMUL
"For a number of years EARL FAIRCLOTH
when scores of other employ- of 'Burn, Baby, Burn' with the
been
laws have passed on the . Attorney General
local, state and national level ment training programs have call, 'Build Brother, Build'. SPECIAL:
failed. It is based on these six The works if want
program you ENGINE
aimed at bringing about equal citizens in our society. It is
ity for all citizens in all areas not enough that all citizens concepts: it to work. I challenge you tonight W41 CONDITION
of activity. I think that, gen- have the right to enjoy public ((1)) Self-help on the part of to make it work bygoing
erally, laws have done all that facilities -- they must have all trainees; no regular subsistence back to your communities ..
laws can do. the economic means with payments are pro-
"The time has come to turn which to effectuate that enjoy vided; financial assistance is CLEARANCESALE Chreroe Ring*
our efforts to increasing the ment," the attorney general available only in cases where '
economic participation of all: said. training could not be continued 'Check-VVrW Hy
otherwise. H Oil:
THURS., FRI., & SAT. Cur Cyl, Lt >!
B T 2)) OIC works to build a favorable ONLYOn ;tiCI;; nr Screen;
Washington
self-image for the EXTRA SPECIAL
trainees rather than Just the every It'lIln store. New

Community School skills to obtain and hold a Job. all and the like family new clothing for %

(3)) Psychological conditioning -
1200 NW 6th AVENUE MIAMI, FLA. 33136 and motivation of trainees CLOTHES RACK
14122 NW 27th Avenue
"feeder"
through a
SUMMER programas Open 10 6
SEMESTERAPRIL preparation for entrance to
into skills training courses.
28 ,- JULY 30, 1969 TREATURIGHTDINING r 1
(4) Training only for real
Jobs -- positions that exist In ROOM AND 5
the world of work and thatare TAKE OUT SERVICEBreokfastLunchDlnner
DAY actually available locally. FT. UUDERDALE
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lr.w.ril
Tasty meats, including pit
(5)) Training according to barbecue and chitterlings. '>51 1-1000;! ""
Mon. Sewing 16 I $3.00 4-7 p.m. the latest knowledge and tech- Homemade homemade biscuits.cakes Delicious and- HOMESTEAD''
niques of Industry. "Yesterday's .
pUs. '
Sewing 16 3.00 7.10
p.m. skills cannot
prepareone Hours 6.a.m. to 730 p.m.
Government 16 2.00 7-10 p.nu for today's Jobs." Monday thru Thursday FREE TOWING ;
w
6 a.m. to 11 AMOVEDottpit;
Wtd. p.m.
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16 2.00 M0p.m.
Friday and Saturday
Wide inter-
English 16 2.00 MO (6)) community Sundays, 11 a.m. to 6 ,,,,,. I i ii
p.m. est and support of OIC as an
Cor. 62nd St. & 22 Ave. NW
Basic Adult Ed. 16 2.00 7-10 p.m. operation that Is managed by

Tues. Typing 8 5.00.7.10p.m... .. p the indigenous people them-
selves, with highly trained
Thurs. Sewing 16 3.00 7.10 p.m. personnel as consultants.The .

attorney general said IN CASE YOU ARE

in the first two years OIC
operated in Philadelphia it

Registration for the above classes is now in progress. trained 2,500 persons who had
You may register each week-day evening in the main been considered "unemployable" WONDERING WHAT
office of Booker T. Washington Community School between and living on welfare 'j
the hours of 6:45: p.m. and 9:45 p.m. payments.

All classes are taught by certified teachers "And more importantly OIC 1
found a Job for each and every
HAPPENED TO MM??
Joseph Anderson, Principal person it trained rather than
Henry W. Daniels, Director Just dumping them into the labor -
pool," Faircloth said.

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22 THE MIAMI' TIMES, Friday, May 2, 1969
BAINS
DEATH NOTICE
sue. ' ai sg g4
4 Mrs. Mamie Lawrence of

r CARDS MEMORIALS I DEATHS .J 10361 SW 174th Ter., Perrine
I II yr died April 24 at Baptist Hospital -

i daughters. She Is Mae survived Bell by Strong three,

CARD OF THANKSThe IN MEMORIAMIn Lee Woods and Daisy Free-
CARD OF THANKSThe man; six sons Dave, Allen,
family of the late loving and unfolding me- Elias, Matthew, James and

family of the late JAMES BERNARD MOSES mory of a dear son, husband Milton; 30 grandchildren, 13
wishes to thank the neighborsand and father great grandchildren, five brothers -
many friends for their and eight sisters. Ser-

kindness and consideration towards vices were held Tuesday from

them in their hour of Hurst Chapel AME, Perrine.
bereavement. Special thanksto

Miami Service Company, i t Farnell Arline of 10130
\ the Markowitzs,' Rev JamesE. West Fern St. Perrine, died
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Brown, the House of Albert April 25 at Jackson Hospital.

? May the Lord forever bless r MRS. ESTRIA PETERSEN Elbridge A. Grant, 34, for- He is survived by his wife

': . and watch over each of you. LAID TO RESTOn mer Miamlan died Saturday Carolyn; two sons Joseph and

.J",'" Saturday morning, April April 26. He was the victim of Cabe; three daughters Verna
U'ji 4sF > IN MEMORIAMIn 26,a solemn requem mass was an attempted burglary at his Bryant, Audrey and Janette;

: I/f',!!" V/ remembrance of our dear held at St. Peter's American home in Brooklyn, New York. four stepchildren and three
,
mother and grandmother Catholic Cathedral, 1811 NW He was assistant Managerin sisters. Services were held
4th ct for Mrs.Estria Peter- the Research Departmentof Wednesday in the chapel
MR. WILLIE WILLIAMSwho
sen wife of the late Arch- Teacher's College, Colum-
departed April 21 wish
bishop and Primate of the and
bia University was asso-
their heartfelt
to ..
express American catholic Church, ciated with various civic or- Charles Walton of 445 NW
thanks to their numerous J Archbishop E. L. Petersen. 84th St. Miami died April 20,
ganizations. ,
friends and neighbors for their :', : AUGUSTUS WILLIAMSwho Rosary services will be held at Jackson Hospital He is
many kindness. To the mem- ;.: .. left us one sad day, April Msgr. Donald Anthony was at Range Funeral Home Friday survived by his wife Lena M.
bers of the First Baptist
.
Church Macon and t I: 27, 1968. the celebrant. Other digni- 8 p.m., May 2. Funeral ser- one daughter Barbara Ann;
Rev. W.J.
.) When links of life are broken taries attending In the sanc- vices will be held at Holy Redeemer three sisters Ommie M. Montgomery -
the House of Albert staff a
and loved ones have to part,it tuary were Fr. Sweeting the Catholic Church, 10 Anna Parker and
special thanks. leaves a wound that never African Orthodox Church and a.m., Saturday, May 3. Louclnda Ellis. Services were
heals. We often think of by Canon Theodore Gibson of His survivors include his held Tuesday in the chapel.
Rosa Lee, wife gone days when we were together Christ 'Episcopal Church. mother, Mrs Lunette Grant,

and Family What would we do to Archbishop Nicholas Derrick a sister, Beverly, aunts, Mrs. Mrs. Mary Bell Championof

--- --- see you smile and talk awhile. also attended. Alice Butler and Mrs. Naomi 1613 NW 1st St., Florida
MRS. SINKEY BROWN The blow was sudden the shock Butler; Juliette and Edwina City died April 27 at Jackson
r IN MEMORIAM who passed away May 1,1966. severe, but deep in our hearts Mrs. Petersen a native of Porter, a host of relatives and Hospital. She is survived by
Gone, but not forgotten. you will always stay.God takes Kingston Jamaica BWI came to friends. three sons, three daughtersand
In memory or our mother the best for reason divine.But Miami with her husband in her mother Arrange-
1925 Mrs. Petersen had been
r Your son, Lollls Brown memory lasts until the end of IN MEMORIAMIn ments are incomplete
ailing for some time,was con-
and Grandchildren. time.
fined in the Christian Hospital
of the late
and later released and went memory
Elizabeth Scott, mother
CARD OF THANKSThe Homer S. Scott, stepfather home. RANGE

family of the late Wanda Wlllaims, wife About 12:45 a.m. Thursday t

MRS.. SELINA FARRINGTON two daughters April 17 she was stricken at
wish to express our sincere Mrs. Leola White, grandmother her home just as she was aboutto

thanks and appreciation to our retire. An ambulance was

d many friends, neighbors, and three uncles, Eddie White, called, she was rushed to
relatives for the numerous Miami; Ulysee White and Jackson Memorial Hospital.She >
cards, telegrams' floral Henry White of Brooklyn, died before arrival at the N

pieces, prayers, delicious N.Y. one aunt, Mrs. Louise hospital.Her .
food and all other acts of kind- Lee and a host of first and
ness bestowed upon us duringour second cousins,, place among those with je 1t f
hours of bereavement. t. whom she laboured in the 1 E4 t

A' Special thanks to the facultyof church and the many friends f
'j Orchard Villa Elementary, IN MEMORIAMIn she made will live in the me-

employees of Jackson Memorial mory of all who stand witnessto
zr
MRS. JESSICA SAWYERwho Hospital, Rev. H. V. sad but loving memory of her good intent.

departed this life May 3, Stuart and members of St. our daughter and niece. MRS. ELLEN HOLMANwho t
Mrs. Petersen is survivedby
1960.
Mary's W.M. Church, Rev departed this life May 1, ,
Life is sweet, so soon to H. Demeritte and members of her daughter, Mrs Nellie 1949. : ,

pass/As we are, so was she, St. Barnabas Church, Rev. Taylor and three grandchildren Gone, but not forgotten. Miss Gwendolyn L. Cunningham -
as she Is, so shall we be. E. E. Newbold and membersof from New York City; of 2385 NW 74th

May she rest in peace and, St. Joseph Church (Danla, nieces: Miss Joyce Edwards, From Family and Friends Ter., died April 23. Her sur-
light perpetual shine upon her Fla.) Deaconess and Stew- Mrs. Alma Whiting and daugh- vivors include her parents,
ardess Union Pallbearers terAnna; a nephew, Charles Mr. and Mrs.Robert Lee Cunningham

Mrs. Eunice Curry and Mrs Tait a sister, Mrs. Sybil Ed- RANGE Sr.; two sisters El-
;
No. 8 and Fun-
Lodge Range
_. _... ..__ _. ._ _
u two brothers
Rosa Demeritte, daughters eral borne wards and host of other rela- r.-- -- nora and Christine;

Capt. Robert Sawyer, son !. tives and friends. a Robert, Jr, and Phillip

Mrs Merl Sawyer, daugh- May God bless all of you. ak Rah m In g s Funeral Home Wendell and a grandmother.
terinlawIN was in chage of the body and Services will be Saturday, 4p.m.

The family Interment was in Evergreen at Metropolitan AME.

Cemetery. }< :k'u

Elbridge A, Grant of 617

MEMORIAMIn IN MEMORIAMIn Flatbush Ave., N.Y. known to

"\""-" -- "'" his many friends as Tony,died

sad, but loving memory MRS. DAISY JOYNER IN MEMORIAMIn April 26 in Brooklyn.A former
memory of my mother: of our dear mother Miamian, at the time of his
CLOTILDA MACKEYwho who departed this life, April sad but loving memory of death he worked in the Administrative
'
departed tis life on May 30, 1966. our beloved son Research Depart-

2, 1968, Gone, but not forgotten. ment, Teachers College, Co-
Life's work is done May her soul rest in peace. MrS Rosa Lee Williams lumbia University. He is sur-
Life's race is won Pierce of 2171 NW 61st St., vived by his mother Lunette;

And now I know that Mrs. Augusta Clark, mother rF died April 27 at Jackson Hospital a sister Beverly Rosary ser
There is no home without a The Family She is survived by her vice Friday 8 p.m. In the

mother mother_Mrs, Ada Bell Pendle- chapel. Mass Saturday, 10
She is gone but will never be ton; four sisters Beulah Goings a.m. at Holy Redeemer Cathy

forgotten.May Fannie Gamble, Viol lic Church.
IN MEMORIAM Thomas and Carrie Cannon;

she rest in peace three brothers, James, J. K.
missed her and Robert. Services will beheld Mrs Fannie Jackson of 1770
Sadly by daugh- In loving of the late
ter, Mable MackeyIN memory Thursday,2 pirn: ,at First NW 84th St., died April 22 at
Cedars Hospital. She is sur-
Faith Cathedral.Mrs. .
REV. JOHN B. WILLIAMS
,
vived by two daughters Al-

who departed this life May 3, blrda Knight and Lelean
Helen Franklin
Mary
1968. Vickers; two sons Adis andL.
MEMORIAMIn of 1870 NW 55thSt.dledApril B.; 16 grandchildren
I MRS. LORLIE BELL SCOTT 23 at Jackson Hospital. She is grandchildren three
I We miss your smile, your ; great
. memory of our loved one, who passed away May 5,1962, kindness and faithfulness as a survived by her husband Mel- grandchildren; brother,Zink
MRS. SARAH BUTLERwho Loving and kind Inallher ways Christian. Your beautiful life ALVIN TYRONE WRIGHT vin; two daughters Nedra and White. Services were held on

departed this life April Upright and Just to the end of continues to guide us.May you Sandra Coleman; a son Earl; Monday, 3:30 p.m. at Mt.
who died April 30. a sister Ellen Coleman. Ser-
28, 1968, her daysSincere rest in Tabor Baptist Church.
peace. Sweet are the memories that vices were held Monday 1 p.m.
Some may think. you are for and true in her heart
gotten and mind Julia Williams wife never fade of one we loved, in the chapel. Mrs. Lizzie Williams of

Though on earth you are no A beautiful memory she left .Leemia Minnie, but could never save. Richard Martin, Jr of 1425 1511 NW 53rd< St., died April
Mary Always in our hearts. NW First PI. died April 24
. more behind Yvonne Kilpatrick Ophelia 29 at Jackson Hospital.She is
,
But in memory you are.always Hattie Walker at his residence He is sur- survived by a sister FannieM.
:.": Mboya, Mr. and Mrs. Williams H. vived by his wife Lizzie his
Us.
with Amos. 'and Clifford, sons Bozlta and Caroline,Williams ; Faley;three brothers Earl,
As you were before Georgia, Mary, Ludle, daughters Wright parentsfour mother Mattie; two brothers Willie and Hershell Mood;and
,
Ellen, Louise, Eddie Mae John Williams brothers, two sisters, George and James Martin. He an aunt Mrs Della Mack. Re-
Captain B.
I Mrs. Mary Washington and Florence, daughters I Sergeant Floyd Alexander, grandparents, uncles, was snipped,to Union Springs, mains will be shipped to Macon

+ and Family and their families Williams, sons. aunts, and cousins. Ala., for burial., Georgia.



THE MIAMI TIMES, Friday, May 2, 1969 2* .

OF ALBERT RICHARDSONServices CHRISTIAN FELLOWSHIFRev. I IN GOD WE TRUST KILLIAN STUDENT

Carver
"""' -'
Mrs. Bertha Lee Patrick of for Levi MossSr. P. S. Brown, pastor COMMITS SUICIDEA
275 NW 8th St., #2 died Mon- of 10081 SW Kumquat Street. M. L. Nixon, reporterThe 4 Ranches
day, April 21. Services were Perrine, who died April 22 first observance of Wo KUllan High School stu-
held Wednesday, 10 a.m. in will be held Saturday 2 p.m. men's Day was a spiritual and dent last Wednesday was dis-
the chapel. in Hurst Chapel AME Church fruitful success. To the News covered shot through the bead

He is survived by his wife friends, members, and well Walter Bov,. with a shotgun, an apparent
Mrs. Bertha Brown of 1526( Rowena; five daughters Viola wishers, thanks for your By suicide, Metro police said.

NW 1st Ave., died April 22. Carey, Albertha Adderly, Iva liberal donations.Dr. Freddie J. Butler, 15, son
Services were held Wednesday Dell Smith; Carolyn J. Load- Charlotte Ford deliv- All officers and members of Mr. and Mrs. Adderly
In the chapel. holt and Naomi Pratt;two sons ered the morning messageand of Post No. 8195 who are going Horne, of 10375 SW 149th Ter.;
Levi, Jr. and Thomas Moss; Sister Susie Burney the to the 15th District meet- was found in his bedroom at

Charlie Welch of 1377 NW 54 grandchildren, 17 great evening message. The au- ing at Plantation in Ft. Laud- 4 P.m. by his step-sister,Jeanette -

69th St., died April 23. Survivors grandchildren; one sisterinlaw dience was overwhelmed by erdale, Sunday, May 4 at 9 a.m. Horne, 13, according to
include two sisters Frances Moss and one both. Sincere thanks to Providence Be present I at the post homeat police.

Willia Ross, Corine Peterson;; niece Earnestine Smith. choir for renderingsuch 8:30 a.m. Sgt. C. T,Clark of the homi-
one brother Bisley Canty; one timely and spiritual The ladies auxiliary will cide squad said the boy re-
uncle, two aunts. Services Services for James Albert music and to the usher's from sponsor a Mini-Skirt Party, turned home from school at
were held Tuesday in the Barnes of 770 NW 41st St., the visiting churches for their REV. M. M. WILLIAMS Saturday, May 3 at 9 pm. The 3 p.m. and became involvedin

chapel. who died April 23 were held superb performances.Let The outset of God's programin public is invited to attend at an argument with his step-
Monday in the chapel. He is us not forget our responsibilities the post on Pembroke4816.There sister.
order to the
save people
Jeremiah Hopkins of 1833 survived by his wife Dorothy; to the sick,less from perishing.The will be plenty of music The girl said she went
NW 2nd Ave., died Saturday two daughters Barbara Allenof fortunate and afflicted time has must and refreshments. across the street to a friend's
come you
will New York City and Shirleyof Scott is in house and few minutes
April 26. Services be held be feed with the bread of hea- Comrade George a lateras
Saturday at Israel Bethel, at Leopoldville, Africa; three ven or perish and the sun has Veterians Hospital in Miami, she was returning home she
11 a.m. Survivors are Mose sons James, Jr., Carl and FIRST BAPTISTOF almost gone down on your sin. also Comrade Albert Womack, heard a shot. She ran into her
and Lizzie Randy. home from Hollywood Me- step-brother's room where
Whifleld, nephew To the unsaved, God offers a '...
Hopkins niece. BROWNSVILLE prophesyingwhen morial last week. she found him lying on the
blessing through
Melledge Battles of 1425 The Carver Ranchers Fire floor with a shotgun beside
time has almostrun
Mrs. :,Hanna Clark 10533 NW 55th Ter., died April 2'1. Rev. W. M. Davis, pastor out.your The preachers have Department meets every Mon- him, clark said.
SW 184th St., died April 25. He is survived by his wife Donella Turner, reporterThe tried to encourage you to day at 8 p.m. Members pleasebe The girl ran from the houseto
Survivors include mother, Josephine; three sisters AnnieM. members and friends come in the ark of safety ever present, at the fire hall. tell neighbors, who notified
one sister Brice, Ola Monroe 'oQulncy another successful Walter Blatch is president. police
Perry L. Mosley; witnessed since you were a child. Now
Mildred Jackson; one brother, Fla. and Albertha; Women's Day. The morning you are warned by God through
Earnest Jackson, two daugh- Houston of Phila., Pa.; five speaker was Mrs. Susie G. revelation and the Holy Bible.
ters Ira Williams and Earline brothers Leonard and Johnny Holly and the evening speaker This goes for the backslidersalso.
Brown. Services will be held Walker, Peter, Willie and was Mrs. Louise Knapp. [ Brand New

Saturday, 4 p.m. Mt. Sinai James Battles.Arrangement Both women gave very fine Our president of the U. S.
Baptist Church. are incomplete.Mrs. and Inspiring message. To belongsto the church and attends .
each of you who participatedin services regularly in Vacuum Cleaner
David Chancy of 1910 NW Hattie Nottage of 11861 the program you did a noble order to lead the people right.
72nd St., died Apr 1127.He will 214th St., Goulds, died April! job. Thank you again. The royal law abler us to respect 5 yr. Servle Guoront.
be shipped to Mobile, Ala. 27. She is survived by two sons the civil law. And you Q- SPECIAL PRICE

Mr. Haskell. Harris of 1861 Goldbon Sands andJamesCulmer ST. MATTHEWS can't hear without the preachers. -\ 50

NW 8th Ave., died April 27. ; one sister Ellen Jordan; Rev. Randall, pastor Rom. 10:14. Those who
He Is survived by seven one granddaughter Dolores L, Wynell Turner reporter are preaching are sent,and are I
Idellia Miller Elise Hines Davis; two great grand- I B
daughters children. She district On this Thursday night, our not sent in vain.
Tumblin, Geneva Cue, Sadie was monthly conference will beheld God is able to raise up spiri-
of Eastern Stars 17
No.
deputy ,
M Parker, Daisy Robinson, All members are re- tual rocks. 7 ft. hot* Fr.. Horn D.monttr< Ion
Leddesser Dixon; five sons Arrangements are incomplete quested to be present.All secretaries Teenagers hold your peace ** Rill tool attachment No Obligation .a.y terms

Booker T., Mannie T., Jas.F. Brown of 2761 NW are urged to have until you hear from God ext.Uph. wands
Services will be held Saturdayat Joseph their reports In writing. through the preachers. God Crevice tool CA1L-625-J26J
47th St. died 23. Ser-
April
Mt. Moriah BaptistChurch.Mrs. Pray for the sick and shut- has directed us by the holy
vices will be held
Sarah Robbins of 10755 Thursday spirit to start a Sunday morn- ABBEY DOMESTIC 16174 NW 27th Avenue
2 in Salters in
SW 217th St., died April 24. p.m. Chapel ins.DT. Ing revival meeting downtown,
Survivors include one daughter Brown Sub He Is survived by ELKS SHOWER Miami and will continue r
Willie Mae Robbins; one his wife Pearl; one niece Katie< DT. RULER through out the city and other F.S.E.S REPORT;
son-in-law Jack; one grand- Simmons; one aunt Louise By- v places according to the spiritof
ers. Training Jobs Now
child John Willie, 12 great On last Wednesday eveningDt. God. Open
grands and one great great Services for Thaddeous Wllhelmenia Engram escorted Rev. B. L. Davis of Key If you have no experience but want to work-here is an
grandchild. She will be ship- Dt. Ruler Alto Screento West, Fla. will deliver the opportunity to work and learn a new trade. All you have
of llth
1060
Johnson NW Ave.
ped to Sylvania, Ga., 9 a.m. who died April 21 will be held, the chesterfield of the message from Genesis, Noah to do is apply for a job at the Employment Service Office

Friday. Thursday at 10 a.m. in Si temple while daughters,which and the Ark. and Please spreadthe (1)) An employer in NW Miami has a job opening for a
Agnes Episcopal Church. He numbered 53 present, came good news encourage box-spring maker trainee. The starting salary is $1.90
Leroy Bradshaw of 18325 Is survived by three daughters forward and added dollars to many as possible toattend this an hour for a 7:00a.m.to330p.m. shift, Monday through
service for souls and
SW Homestead Ave., died the green back corsage that saving Friday. Own transportation is needed.
Maude Mack Hilda Ingrahamand
others to return to the ark of
April 21. Survivors Include Elizabeth Johnson two the Dt. Ruler was wearing as ((2)) A Coral Gables employer needs a door closer me-
; The time will be set at
wife Poinsettia, mother Marie nephews Son and BobJohnson;; a gift from her temple No.769 safety. chanic trainee The salary will start at $1.75 an hour for
Fisher; one daughter Gale;two three granddaughters and one during the state association, an early date an 8:00 a.m. to 4:30 p.m. shift, Monday through Friday.
sons John Westley and LeroyR. grandson. which convened in Lakeland.Dt. Rev. M. M. Williams (3)) A N.W employer has an opening for a metal inspector -

., Jr.; one granddaughter Marie White the founder Experience is not necessary as you will be trained -
Wandera; three sisters Services for Mrs. Francina and mother of Greater Miami 25 NEWSCHOLARSHIPS The starting salary is $1.70 an hour and up depend-

Mammie, Elizabeth and Gordon of 367 NW 7th St.,who< Temple presided during the AT UM ing on your ability. You would worka five day, forty hour
Jennie; one brother Earnest died April 26 will be held ceremony. Dt. White stat- week, Monday through Friday.

Riley. Services will be held Thursday at 12 noon'In Greater ed "Thisis- a demonstration of The University of Miami has Apply for all these Jobs at the Industrial Office, Florida
Saturday at 11 a.m. Sweet Bethel AME Church. He is love and loyalty,let us not for created 25 new John F. State Employment Service, 1350 N.W. 12th Avenue,Roomto
Home Baptist Church. survived by one nephew get the cardinal principles of Kennedy-Martin Luther King 5:00 p.m. Monday through Friday.
Willie Rogers of 627 NW 9th George p. Lewis; Gale Lewis, our order. Jr. Memorial scholarships for
St., died Apr 24. Patricia Burden, Peggy Higgins Dt. Nellie Graves was reported economically deprived students -
; Christopher Burden, ill and In Jackson Me- entering as freshmen in
The House of Albert is try- George Carl and Derrick morial Hospital, the Dt.Ruler the 1969 fall term, accordingto
ing to locate' James Brooks, Lewis ordered that a donation sentto James B. Alinder Jr., director -
brother of the late Jerry Dt. Graves, and daughterswho of financial aid. '
Brooks. Please call 691-7661. find it Impossible to visit These are in addition to the

Rubin Jiro of 240 NW list: MEMORIAL TEMPLE send a card. 25! John F. KennedyMartinLuther

St., died April 25, he is sur- This week the temple salutes King Jr. Scholarships
vived by his wife Ida,son Rubin, Rev. L. C. Mickins,pastor Dt. Wilhelmenia Engram established in May 1968 by
Jr., three daughters Susie, Lucille Beckett, reporterFor for sponsoring the hour of appreciation action of the UM Board of
Anita and Delia. Services are spiritual enjoyment to Dt.Ruler Screen. Trustees. The recipients of
incomplete. come to Memorial Temple, this earlier program will continue v:
temporarily located at 4114 to receive scholarshipsas t
MOTHERS DAY TEASt.
CALVIN PATTERSON NW 167th St. sophomores at UM duringthe ". >
On Wednesday at 7 p.m. the John Baptist Church, 1969-70 academic year. ; \
DAYOn Sunday School teachers will 1328 NW 3rd Ave., BTU Aid The financial aid office at 'I 1
meet Choir rehearsal and Society Is presenting a Musi- the university currently reviewing ,l . 5 1,
f
Sunday at the 10:45: a.m. Junior Ushers' Board meetingare cal and Fashions MothersDayTea applications for the t" C;( : '
Solemn Sung Mass the church held at 8 p.m.Wednesday.All on Sunday, May 11,4p.m. scholarships and announcement :
will observe Calvin Patterson members are requested to to 5:30 p.m. Sister Gladys of the recipients .. 111 t . "

Day. This annual service and attend the weekly activities of Thurston is president and Rev. will be made in the near future. LESTER ALBERT OWNER '
MR _
trophy award is dedicated to
the church. Thedford Johnson is pastor.
the most outstanding high Continue to make our church
school senior basketball your choice of worship. BIBLE CHURCH OF GOD We/ have kept the Faith . Your best

player. The guest speaker will Bishop E. E, Rahming, pastor ODD FELLOWS interest will always be served when you call

be the coach of Miami Carol PILGRIM RESTRev. Shirley Cooper, reporterThe District Grand United Orderof the .' .
City Senior High School bas- pastor and members Odd Fellows Lodge No.27A
ketball team, ,Mr John Brady, James Nelson, pastor would like to thank those who and District Grand Householdof
where Calvin was captain of Myrtice Hicks, reporter House of AlbertWhere
came out to be with us on Sun, Ruth No. 16, Juristiction
(the team. An honorable men- Communion'wUlbeob-
Holy of Florida, will hold their annual -
tion trophy will be awarded to served as usual after regular day.On Sunday at 7:30 we invite District Grand Session service begins and never ends .

Roy Baptiste, an outstanding order of service Sunday even- you to come out and be with us, Sarasota, Florida, May 56. THREE LOCATIONS TO SERVE YOU

senior basketball player at ing. Plan to worship with us the youth,will conduct the ser- B. C. Williams of Tampa, LIBERTY.CITY ,.- OPA-LOCKA PERRINE
Arch-Bishop Curly High Visitors are always wel-
vices. Florida, Dlst. Grand Master;
School. The public is invited, come. On Tuesday Bible class and Edna Mapp of Miami, Dist. 69L7661 MU 8.3311 2338801HOUSE
at the Church of the Trans To our sick and shut-ins on Friday ,regular services. Grand Most Noble Governor;

figuration. Father Elisha S. everywhere remember,God is May God bless yoga]].. : M. Thompkins, reporter.
Clarke, Jr., vicar. still on the throne.




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.. 24 THE MIAMI, TIMES. Friday, May 2, 1969

ST. JAMES AME

Rev. S. L. Gay, pastor

Joseph Marshall, reporter
1875 NW 65th street
The pastor wishes to thank the
n : a" '
hF n si
members and all boards and

clubs for the I r excellent re- i .. t
ports and special thanks to our a 4H ah \

presiding Elder Dr. F. A.

Allen. It was indeed a great t

pleasure to have him worshipwith
f4 ,
us.The .
I "
pastor and members .

would like to give thanks to
err uu 3n Ulliurrli uuiivuST.
Rev. G. M. Champion and con
gregation of Mt. Herman for "

rendering services on Monday

AGNES JORDAN GROVE night. We know that this will

benefit Men's Day, which will
Fr. L. L. Sands, rectorB. Rev. Douglas Cook,pastor beheld July 27. :
,
A. Newton, reporterThe Eddie Gilbert, reporterOn Mr. Willie ScottandtheA.J.
sympathy of all of us this Friday night, the
Reddick Board thank you for
goes out to the Ingram and youth choir will sponsor a and
cooperation supportof
Johnson families whose loved musical program at 8 p.m.The your
the to West. We
trip Key
of the church Is
one Thaddeus Johnson died cooperation
,
time.
all had
a great
will expected. Betty Gray is presi-
last Monday. His remains Carrie Lawrence and
dent. The youth choir is also Mrs.
be funeralized from St. Agneson dinner
having a
May-ites are
Thursday, May 1 at 10 a.m. asking all owners to please .
3.You
sale
Saturday, May may
bring their cars out on this
of St. Marie'sChapter ,
The members !
Saturday to the church for a place your orders by calling :
wish to thank the
also :
691-4212. May-ites are ,
members of St. CecUIa'sChoir wash Job. A well done Job for and ;
of
having a night games
wash will start
100. The car
Leila Williams kr
Guild, Mrs. fun at the home of Mr. and
at 10 a.m. until.
directress Mrs.
The No. 1 Ushers' Board Mrs. James Oliphant, 5629 NW
Bloneva Monroe,president of, will sponsor a dirtier sale all 11th. May 2, at 8 p.m. Please
the guest artists, members
this at the attend.
day Saturday
St. Agnes for the lovely program
Mrs. Marion Hawkins and
church. The menu will consist
and the unselfish effort of fried chicken baked ham the April-ltes thank you for
: ,
each in making the sacred
by stewed chicken, collard your honest support. We are .,

concert a success, Mrs. g r e ens, pole beans, potato happy to say we have reachedour
Mirriam Stirrup president of
,
salad rice corn bread cake goal. Total ralsedl-,-
St. Marie's Chapter.St. 7t. N k.i
iced tea. Stop by and treat 086.50.
Veronica's Chapter will yourself to a tasty dinner. To the sick and shut-ins:
sponsor a tea Sunday, May 18 heal still if
Let us pray for our pastor Jesus can you
from 4-6 p.m. lathe Parish
while he and his companionare can believe.
Hall, Mrs. Mae Thurston,
away. He is in Savannah,
president.The .
St. Vincent Acolyte Ga. conducting a revival ser- FIRST BAPTISTRev. Mt. Sinai Holds Youth For Christ Emphasis I

Guild of St. Agnes Church will vice.Let
us for the slckand
pray W. J. Macon pastor
sponsor a record hop Friday, destitute. ,

May 2 from 7-11 p.m. in Visitors are always wel- Men's Sara Day McRae on, reporter last Sundaywas Christian Involvement in Bell, Wend el Bell, S. A. choir of mt. Tabor Baptist

the Parish Hall, Mr. Eldridge come to worship with us. financially personal witnessing was the Thomas, HI, Anthony Johnson, Church and winners of first
a huge success -
Harding, president. The Deacons and Deaconess and spiritually.From order of the day as young Keith Ferguson, Elsada place in the recent State Bap-

would like to thank the Rev. the Sunday School people, accompanied by Thomas, Joseph Haywood, tist Convention Music Contest.
,
Griffin and congregation and where we were blessed to have pastors and parents, assembled Pamela Johnson, Harolynn Congratulations to Rev.

GREATERBETHlfHEM the many friends for helpingto as guests teachers, students at Mt.Sinai Baptist Church Storr, Harmony Four Quartet, Hendon, pastor and Mr.Speed,

make their anniversary a now attending the Bible Sunday, April 20 in observance Michael Higgs and Steve Jen-director.
r Rev. C. H. Smith, pastor success, raising $1,125.00. College. of "Youth For Christ Emphasis kins.Adult Missions for young peo-

Mary Hopkins, reporter The morning.speakerRev. Day" coordinators include ple extend heartfelt appreciation -

! 1s-r Rev. and Mrs. Albury, to all participating pas-
senior
Weaver who a at
NEW MACEDONIARev. Florida Memorial College Among the dedicated young Dorothy Peoples, Emma In- tors, parents and youth.
men and young women using gram, Ethel Smith, Linnle With grateful hearts we
Roscoe Jackson pastor spoke from" our theme "Men their God given talents to Carey, Marie NottageBer- thank God for the fruit of our

Willie Beard, reporterThe Of Vision. spread the gospel messageand nyce Greene, Carllna Sims, labor, another precious soul
pastor wishes to thank The evening speaker, Rev. bring Joy to the hearts of Mattie Simpson, James Cope- added to the church; another

all deacons, deaconesses, Atchison of Mt. Calvary Bap- others were Jerome Trapp, land, Christine Armstrong witness for Christ. "Let no

choirs, ushers, members,and tist touches Church of the put day.the finishing Leslie Thomas, Valencia Wllhemina Sands. man despise thy youth; but be

visitors who accompanied Thomas, Paulette Pratt, Pri- Young delegates, led by Rev. thou an example of the believers -
to New Shiloh M. B. Church, Highest amount raised by cilia Leverlty, DorothyC Stuart and Rev. Hunter, were in word, in conver-

Rev. A. M. Griffin, pastor to captains was by Brother h a n IV. Lewis Blake. Jr.. in attendance from St. Mary sation, in charity, in spirit,

render services on their Bledsoe Sergeon. Leroy 'Williams, Nina Sapp, W.M. Church. Also presentwere in faith, in purity." I Timothy
annual Homecoming obser- The chairman and cochairman W a ymond Tanner, Charles members of the youth 4:12.
vance and on last Sunday nightto Deacon J. Edwards and

St. Paul AME Church Rev. Deacon R. Poole express their

Thomas C. Kelly, Jr., pastorto sincere thanks for a Job well ZION HILL GRACERev. MT. SINAIOur

close out their annual Men's done.
t Day observance. Rev. James Pickett, pastor W. F. Savoy, pastor commendation goes to
Dinners are sold every Saturday -
REV C. H. SMITH We are concluding our last at the church, 2385 NW 6895 NW 14th Avenue Choir No. 3 for outstanding
We look forward
to the
ST. PETERS services rendered its
night of our annual revival. 60th St. Phone 6335685.On upon
Holy Communion will be observed Tonight the Evangelist H. K. Trinity Presbyterian Church, debut.
Sunday. We are work- Kensey will preach the con- Fr. C. F. Cooper, rector the second Sunday from Rev. Thurlow Weed, pastor, All members are asked to
4 to 6 there will be
a
Ing toward our annual Wo- cluding sermon in this soul- Elizabeth Bain, reporter p.m. worshipping with us thisSun- be in readiness to share in
men's Day, which will be the saving campaign. Confirmation ceremonies Spring tea at the church. Sis. day. About 65 guests will be administration of theLord's
will be held by our bishop Sun Tiller is sponsor. about
in arriving 9:30 a.m. We
third Sunday May. Visitors and friends are always Supper Sunday night.
Prayer service every Wed-, welcome. day, May 4. The ladies areworkinghardtoward will have a communion service Condolences to the families
The St. Monica's Guild wish their annual Women's together at the regular hour.
nesday night. The pastor Is of Bro. Jesse Coleman and
urging all members to attend to extend a cordial Invitation Day which will be the third We will then have a Sunday Sis. Effie Arline during their

their weekly meetings. for you to Join them Sunday! Sunday in May. meal, and spend the afternoon bereavement.
ST. PAUL AME 4-6 to cele- The chairman Is asking all
The Junior Choir will spon- evening p.m. visiting with friends in the Membership attendance is
sor a dinner sale this Satur- Rev. T. C. Kelley, pastor brate their anniversary. members who can and will to city. Surely this will be one of requested in prayer meeting

day at the church. The Dea- Mary Amos, reporter Among our sick are Mrs.H. pay your assessment onWomen's the highlights of the year. Thursday night, also the

coness will have a fish fry Our pastor Rev. 'T. C. Ingram,recuperating at her Day.Barbeque. Come and participate in the church's monthly conference

beginning at 6 p.m. at the Kelley Jr., chairman, Rev.A. home and Stanley Robinson at is sold at the festivities of the day. will be held, at 8 p.m.

church. Please give them your C. Turner, co-chairman, Christian Hospital. Take timeto church every Friday night. To our sick, shut-ins and
support. Mr. Ollie Allen and officers visit them. Prayer services every Tues- bereaved families- "He knows

Rev. Atchison and congregation would like to take this oppor- For a special Mother'sDay, day night the pastor urges the ZION HOPE how much you can bear."

of Mt. Calvary will be tunity to thank their many come to Mrs.Vera McCarthy's members to attend. Visitorsare Rev. Paul Williams, pastor

here Wednesday, May 7, at 8 members and friends for the Mother's Day Tea, May 11, always welcome to attend Bessie Williams, reporterThe

p.m. In behalf of women's day. splendid effort put forward to from 4 to 6 p.m. our service on Sunday and pastor, officers, and

Let us pray for the sick and help make our 24th Men's Day Tickets are now on sale for weekly.Let members of Zion Hope would ST. LUKE
the spring recital. Contact us remember the sick like to thank
, shut-in. an overwhelming success. all ministers,officers
Special thanks to the chair- Mrs. Bain 696-0418. and shut-ins In our prayers. and friends of the vari- Rev. P. W.Williams,pastor

men of the different commit ous churches for their moral Kathleen Streeter, reporterThe

NEW PROVIDENCERev. tees and thee& members and to ST. JOHN AME support in the soul saving Women Home Mission

all of our visiting guests who mission during the three and Young Matrons would like

C. J. B1D'neypastor helped to make this day one to MT. AARON Rev. W. A. Curry, pastor weeks of revival. There were to thank the Rev. W. E. Sims

Arsula Edwards,reporter remember. Congratulations to E. R. McGahee, reporterOur many who went down in the and congregation for helpingto

Holy Communion service Mr. Rufus Wooten, who came Rev. 0. L.Sample,pastor annual Men's Day is pool for baptism Sunday morn- make their anniversary a

Sunday evening at 6:30. in first place andSamuelTaylor R. M. Hicks, reporterOn rapidly approaching, and the ing.The success.

Consecration hour of prayer second We raised$8,400. Thursday night our regu- men under the leadership of pastor is urging all to The Young Matrons will

is held each Sunday at*5 Remember "Love Feast" lar Monmly Conference will the capable chairman Mr.LeeR. attend their weekly meetings,,have a "Get Acquainted Din-

a.m. Everyone Is Invited to at- Friday night, the pastor is be held at 8:00. Perry are busily preparing whether it be prayer meeting, ner" Thursday night May 29.

tend. Bible class and prayer looking forward in seeing as We would like to thank those an interesting program for choir rehearsal, usher board, Please plan to attend.

meeting Tuesday at 7:30. many officers and membersas who made the Ushers' Board your enjoyment. Bible class or board meet Please remember to pray

Let us continue in prayer possible. Anniversary a success. Combined choir rehearsal for the sick and bereaved

for the sick, shut-ins and be- Say a prayer for our sick Let's not forget our sick Thursday night, all membersare ing.Don't forget the sick, shut- members. You ae invited to

reaved. Visitors are always and shut-ins and try to visit and shut-Ins -we'll see you asked to,be present. ins, and members of bereaved worship with us this Sunday,

welcome. them. Sunday. Love feast Friday night families in your prayers. at 1790 NW 55th St.




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Faith Cathedral, 2610 three years ago with less than into a radio ministry. They started and now this is read Hundreds of people receive Sunday and brings people from
NW 36th St. In Miami a fully 75 members and now have between started with one broadcast a by approximately 10,000 peo- counseling by Rev. Baker in Fort Lauderdale, Hollywood,
Integrated church has people 500 and 600 in atten- week at a cost of$35.00 per ple each month. his office and also by mail. and points along the way. In

from the Protestant,Catholic, dance. This phenomenal week. Today their radio The Cathedral choir recently Many of these people are order to reach more people
and Jewish faith, has people of growth Is due to the fact,souls broadcast has grown to 52 programs recorded a long playing members various churches. about five or six revivals a
Negro, Cuban, and white de- have been saved in the church per month at a cost of stero album and already sev- Now the church is in a remodeling year are held In the church,
scent. every week for the past two $1300 a month. This is the eral hundred copies are in cir- beautification pro- as well as services held in
The people of First Faith years. greatest outreach of this kind culation and are on sale at sev- gram. Another means of out- Ft. Lauderdale. Thousands of
Cathedral moved Into their Two years ago First Faith in our area. Several months eral record stores in and reach is a church bus which pieces 'of gospel literature are
present location on 36th St. Cathedral Church launched out ago a monthly publication was around Miami. goes to Ft. Lauderdale every distributed andalthough the
sick are prayed for the main
emphasis is on salvation.
EBENEZERRev. NEW ,MT. MORIAH CHRIST NEW BETHELRev. SHILOH BAPTIST

A.D.Hall,Sr.,pastor Rev. A. L. Shipp, pastor Canon T. R. Gibson, rector Ernest Williams, pastor Rev. A. M.Griffin,pastor MT.. TABOR
Cheryl English reporterThe
Evelyn Souter, reporter Antoinette Silva,reporterOn Alice Harris, reporterThe ,
E. Ingram, reporterOur The pastor and women of; Sunday In observance of Trustee board Is plan- No. 1 Ushers' Board Rev. James Hendon, pastor
first Seasons Rally ter- the church want to thank Miss Police Appreciation Week,our ning a trip to Crandon Park will have a sandwich sale Fri- Wilhelmina Sands, reporterThe
minated last Monday night with C. Knowles, Evangelist A. guest speaker for the morning Saturday, May 3. Donation day night at the home of Sis president and membersof
months 20(
the having
summer
Sadie Love and Saturday night the 'Ushers' Board No. 2
Washington, Antioch Choir No service was Lt. Leroy Smithof $1.50, all refreshments free.
members paying $25 or more;; 1 of board'tor they will have a fish fry at the< extend their sincere thanks to
Liberty City, St. Matthew the Miami Police Department See any member of the
Spring 11, Autum 10 and Win- Freewill Choir No.2 Mt.Cal Lt. Smith gave dynamic your tickets. home of Sister Mildred Baldwin Rev. S. T. Johnson, and members

ter 15. Total amount reported vary Usher Board N&: 2, Jor- remarks on the need of more Chairman Deacon Bridge of St. James Baptist, for
$4,509.88.The dan Grove Ushers and all others Policemen, the duties, the water and co-chairman Bro- Saturday there will be rendering services for their
Women's Society of another sale at the home of
who participated and attended problems and the help that the ther Rease would like to thank 28th anniversary program on
Christia n Service and Wes- Marion 1250 NW
Sis. English last Total rais-
Sunday.
our annual Women'sDay citizens can give. Accompan- the members and friends who money
Service Guild met Sunday 66th at 5:30
leyan St.
to make it the wonderful ing Lt. Smith was Mrs.Smith.We helped to make their Spring p.m. ed 135554.
afternoon in their monthly Friday night will be con- Our sincere love and -
sympathy A
success both spiritually and hope that this week will tea a success. Special appre-
meeting. Mrs. Willie Mae financially.Our entice you into recognizing and ciation to Rev. Ira McCall who ference at 8 p.m. Is extended to DeaconS.
.Finder, ,chairman, Commission monthly conference tonight showing your appreciation for brought wonderful messageand The pastor and the entire White In the death of their
I on Missions, was inI church would like to express aunt and to Sister Helen tag-
(Thursday) at 8:00. all of the men in law enforcement all others who participated
I charge of the meeting. The their thanks to New Macedoniafor raham in the death of her bro-
Joint rehearsal for choirs on the program.
second group Study of South- No. 1 and 2 will be this Friday The Annual Diocesean Con- Orders are now being taken making our annual Home- ther.Dinners
east Asia, Mrs.Alleen V.Taylor night at 8:00. vention will begin April 28 at for Mother's Day cakes, you coming Day a very spiritualand are still being sold

and Mrs. Grace B. Albert There will be a baptism ser (the Bayfront Park Auditorium. may place your order by successful one. every Saturday at the church.
were the g r 0 u p study chair- for churchare Let us remember to visit Phone 693-0820 or 6930821to
vice this Sunday at 9 a.m. Our delegates the calling Mrs. Alice Harris at
men. The guest speaker was Please pray for our sick, Messers. Alonza Culmer, 6964086.Our and pray for the sick and shut- place your orders.

'Mrs. Eolyn Murrell Kimbro, shut-ins, our pastor, bereaved William J. Stirrup and David sick are Brother Thad- ins. Pray tor,the sick and shut-
librarian, Douglas Elemen- families and those In the White. For the Episcopal deus Bethel at Victoria Hospital ins. Visitors are always welcome

tary School. services. Our pastor was hurt Churchwomen are Mesdames Rm. 121,Deacon Bridge- TEMPLE .

The MYF meets every In an accident last Sunday Kate S. Dean, Minerva Cooper water at Jackson Hospital,
Tuesday at 6:30p.m.with Miss night. Visitors are always and Lola Walker. Serving and Sister Francis Woodside CHRISTIAN SCIENCE
Loraine Holmes, president.The welcome. as Pages and Ushers are at home The Lord's supper will be
youth choir meets every Dorothy Bullard, Diane Cooper administered during the
Tuesday at 5:30 p.m. Miss Kathie Fife, Charlotte ST. MARY'SRev. morning and evening serviceson "Everlasting Punishment"is
Shirley Mosley, president.New PINK TEA Teague, Bessie Saunders, Sunday and the choirs will the subject of Sunday's Bible
visitors are always wel- Mary Hall, Joan Hall, Earlean H. V. Stuart, pastor sing jointly. Evening worship Lesson-Sermon in all Christian
come. Spratling, Elmarie Spratling, Men's Day was a success. service begins at 7 p.m. Science Churches.
The class leaders will be in The Church of the Open Door Yvonne Smith and Antoinette Chairman Leon Kelly would Preparation Is being made A verse from psalms In the
charge of class meeting Tues of Miami will have its first Silva like to thank Mr. B. O'Berry, for the celebration' of the 39th reading states: "The Lord

day. Let us not forget the sick tea on Sunday, May 4, from Get well wishes are extended Male Chorus of Temple Bap- anniversary of the church and executeth righteousness and
and shut-ins with a card oi 4 to 6 p.m. on the church's to Mrs. Pearl Stirrup.MILLROCK tist Church and Male Usher'sof pastor, beginning' Monday judgment for all that are op

cheer: Au el1 e y Richardson, grounds. Mt. Sinai .Baptist and to May 19. pressed."
Mrs.Nellie GravesMrs.Edith Various organizations of the all who took part In the pro- Mrs. Ellen Wallace,a faith- The Bible radio program at
Brennan, Mrs.Elizabeth church will display tables gram. May God bless each of ful member of the church and 1:45 p.m. over radio station
Bertha Mar- beautifully decorated in pink No. 1 choir is a patient at Jack WMBM is titled "Where Are
and
Clark, Mrs. Rev. Andrew Jackson,pastor you.Communion
and other complementaryspring will be servedall son Memorial Hospital. The We Living?"
be
There will a weight rallyat
tin.Sunday Communion Sundaythe colors. And each table the church 970 NW 79th St. day Sunday, May 4. Joint Temple family wishes for her All are welcome to the ser-
,
combined choirs will sing will entice the guests with an Saturday, May, 3 sponsored by choirs and ushers will serve and all the sick and shut-ins, vices at the Fifth Church of

at both services. The public is assortment of palatable re- Sister E. Jackson in behalf of all day. a speedy recovery. Christ, Scientist, 1600 NW 54
freshments.A All women are asked to remain St., at 11 a.m. Sunday School
always welcome to worship the Women's Day. You pay a
musical a few minutes after the also at 11
delightful pro- a.m. InS.S. room.
with us. penny a pound and eat a drink LILY WHITE NEWS
gram of vocal solos and vari- 11 a.m. servces. Business of -:
all you won't free. From 8 -
Instrumental selections importance.
ANTIOCHRev. is ous planned as a continuous fea- 12 We p.m.are Everyone asking all is our invited.mem- Dinners are being sold Monday night was the last DRAKE MEMORIAL

ture of the tea.Members bers to remember all the sick every Saturday for deliverycall meeting before the Grand Assembly -
P. W. Wiggins, pastor and friends of the and shut-in in 7581601.Our A short talk was given Rev. J. W. Dunn, pastorN.
your prayers.
Dinettie Cobb, reporterThe church and the general pub- Don't forget meeting on sick and shut-ins are: by the former teller Mrs. Alberta T. Green, reporter
Male Chorus will sponsor lic are cordially invited to prayer Sisters Walker and Tinker in Green. She thanked the Deacon Green wishes to
a debate tea at the homeof share this enjoyable eveningat Tuesday night. the Woodard Bldg. and Bro. members for being so nice to thank all the deacons, mem-
Bro. and Sis. Sam Walker, the Church of the Open Door Adderly Rm. 5121 at Jackson her In the lost of her husband bers and friends for the co-
1820 NW 81st St.,Sunday, May Sunday evening, May 4, at MT. OLIVETTEThe Hospital. Let us pray for all and brother. operation given him to make

4 at 8 p.m. A selected group 6001 NW 8th Ave. pastor is asking all dea- 'our other sick and shut-ins. Visiting In Palm Beach last the deacons second anni-

will debate pro and con on a cons to meet with him this Visitors are always welcome weekend were the McBrides, versary spiritual and financial

very delicate subject.The men ALL STARS Thursday at 7:30 p.m., andall at St. Mary's. Adele and Silas. success.
are asking for your full cooperation EAGLES members to meet Friday, at Mrs. Addle Cobbs underwent Our hearts burned within
BEAT 7:30 p.m. He will give you an MT.CALVARY surgery in Jackson Hospital as Rev. K. E. Rogers spoke
Junior Church meeting will Johnny Gotson drove in outline of his program, and Rev. S.Atchison,pastor Tuesday. us from the records. We were
be cancelled this Saturday. three runs with a homer anda there will be a question and Phyllis Beal, reporter Thomas Griffin celebrated reminded that"Homecoming"
The Junior Church will spon- single to help pitcher Steven answer period.All Last week our revival meet- birthday in April. is important.We .
sor a post Easter Fashion Tea Humes of the Hfaleah All Stars members of the Youth Ings brought eight persons to Mrs. Maude Byrd is ill at will have communion on
at the home of Sis.Callie Fos- to a 6-2 victory over the 0pI.- Choir are asked to contact Christ. The evangelist was home, we wish her a speedy Sunday morning and all members -
ter, 1301 NW 55th Ter., 7:30 locka Eagles. Mrs. Rushing or Mrs. Bruno Rev. O. W. West. recovery. Mrs. Mary Wll- who are not able to be
P.m. Saturday, May 3. The Kenneth Sims hit a double concerning the new uniforms The women wish to thank lams was ill in Pan American present will have communionin

public is Invited to attend. and Demetrius Smith bangedout as soon as possible. those who partici ted on their Hospital[ but isnow recovering the evening service.
Remember to pray for the a triple to help score the This Sunday Is communion, Mark Women's Day. at home. Don't forget the sick and

sick, shut-ins, and men onthe Eagles two runs. D.Smith won all choirs will sing Jointly. Please pray for the shut-in. Juanita McCloud, reporter. shutins.THE .
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Women's Council Banquet .'


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and laymen pour loves Dr. Holley and was look White told of the long numberof

ed into Johnson's Hall on Friday ing forward to seeing and years Dr. Flnlayson has
evening to witness the hearing her. served the Baptists of Florida. LAUNDRY & CONTRACTORS

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and receiving finance were held her listeners spellbound. At the close of the meeting 691.9151
Mrs. Delores Covin and Mrs. Rev. W. M. Davis, pastor of RAHMINGS EVERGREEN FEF PAIDDAILY
After which she Wanted
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brought about a dual feeling
Church, gave the invocation mixed with Joy and sadness.She ,. for foreign missions was givento WI NDOW SERVICE Florida and Georgia. They A-I
after which Mrs. Valdez Rev. Thedford Johnson anda may be boys and girls or
Murray sang the dedicatory then proceeded to Introduce check for $150 to the De- HENRY'S adults. Make spending EMPLOYMENTRestaurant
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tian". Others on the programwere commodated the special Memorial College. Repair & Installing Davis, 6530 NW 15th Ave., Domestic, Factory

the Rev. W.M.Washington guests, Mrs. Thedford John-I The Baptist Women'sCoun- Phone: 635.9869 6910421. 534 N. MIAMI AVENUE

and Miss Joan Storr They son, Mrs. W. C. Macon, Mrs. cil will also take a trip tolm-
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and only took a bow. Mrs. layson, Rev. L. C. Mickens, needy. 5843 PATRICIA'S.NW 17th Avenue INC. ..;
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with. Miamians To Walk 29.7

Spearing *..... '.
'W rT ii Miles For DevelopmentMuch

:i'''' hard work and quite a and the actual walk will beginat
I, TIME"r.v bit of time has been given in 8:30 on the morning of Sat
the past few weeks to the Mi- urday, May 10, at the Orange
r ami Walk For Developmentwhich Bowl. From there it will pro-
PHIL DIXON is scheduled to step off ceed north to the Dade Jr.
BY HARRY SPEARs from the north parking lot at College area. proceeding west

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MARLINS LEAD SOUTHERN DIVISION Fve been objective most of my life, and I would like to keepan May 10. The energy usedhow- through Hialeah and the Industrial -.
ever, seems to be paying off area around the air
about
open mind the demonstration riots. Demon-
Manager Woody Smith of the Miami Marlins along with stratins in some cases, are necessary; but riots and violence in many ways as their efforts. port, and then into the middle
pitching coach Ken Rowe, are doing a great Job keeping the, proves nothing! A lot of you.are forgetting that life owes you begin to show results. class area of Coral Gables.
team on top of the Southern Division with a 9-2 record for a nothing; you must earn and deserve it. The support of the commun- Turning to the east; the walkers
percentage of .818, two games ahead of the Ft. Lauderdale Thanks to Bob Sims and staff, I got Involved with the Com- ity has been fantastic. The will then go through Coco
Yanks. They are following the footsteps of the Baltimore Orioles munity Relations Board. This was a most enjoyable and en- mayors and public officials nut Grove, where some of the
who lead the Eastern Division. The Marlins are a farm lighting experience for me; however I feel as though I can do from many communities in the poorest and richest live in one
j team of the Orioles. The pitchers are doing a fine Job along more than I did last year. Therefore, I've decided to accept county have lent us their support area. Continuing, the walk willpass
with the rest of the team.Having only seen a few games I stillcan't letters from young people in regards to their problems, grips, and are in turn, trying to through Downtown Miami
pass any particular opinion on any of the players, but etc. before the demonstration, and see if we can get some- encourage others to help us. and then.swing westwardagain
their record gives you an idea of what they are doing so far. thing done peaceably to keep another happy Miami, not only The problem of trying to break to end finally at the orange
This weeks schedule: Thursday-Friday, May 1.Z. Marlinsvs during the summer but year round So if any of you have grips, through the red-tape at times Bowl. The entire route of 29.7
Ft. Lauderdale Yanks problems etc. let it be known was almost overwhelming,but miles has been approved and
; Tuesday Thursday Marlins vs by writing me at the Times
Cocoa. All games start at 7:30 p.m.. For reservations Call and we'll see what can be done. with the help, understandingand will be patrolled by the police.) )
6355392. patience of all concernedin Please phone 221-2476 or
,-- Speaking of doing things." Amos Mechanic and Jerald Tinker the local governments, all 661-6582 for further information -
i failed to qualify last week for the NationalAAU meet. This is of the necessary parade permits .
n h P ..'eAi11 ,1 111f in their second event. They both are capable of running quail- have been secured. DORSEY CLASS OF 39 & 49'
tying times in more than one event, so'fm wondering when With this help and support, The class of 1939 and 49 of
they will stop running against the field and run against the the walk committee has been Dorsey will hold an important
clock. able to work out a route which meeting on Sunday, May 4,
will pass through many of the at 4 p.m. The meeting will beheld
Next week is brotherhood
week and also it's open house at
economic sections of the
at Freeman's Restaurant
all police stations. This will be a good time to visit a police
county. This will further 8615 NW 22nd Avenue. All
station talk
to and
actually seethe work
inner of
local
our dramatize the need for this members are urged to be
police.) ) These men and women are not monsters by no means, and similar projects.The walk present. Telephone 6919541or
dedicated to their communities and all
they are above they registration will start at 7:30 751-8414.

,b are humans, with human everyday problems. They have their ... .. .. .
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a few bad ones; but most policemen I know are pretty good guys. :::::::: ::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::;::::::::::::::;:;:::::::;::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::;:;:;:;;

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For those of you who haven't heard, the Celtics will lose to r FROM
the Lakers. Last week I saw a sixth player on the Lakers <<
a team-age. The Celtics got tired and almost lost the game.
Jackson Toddle Inn 1
-- playing their game the running one, they ran out of gas;
STEVE CREEN MIKE HmsON hence, I pick the Lakers. *
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Pictured above are two returnees from last year, Steve Sportsman of the WeekGene Fender Time have caught .
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Green, third baseman, and Pitcher Mike Herson. you and the Boston Celtics you Just can't run all night any
Former d.
more. k!; 5 tu 111 1 1ti

DOUBLEHEADER AT FLAGLER MONDAY Until the next time, be kind to your fellowman. And remain :
a good sport. ti and Friends
Fabulous Flagler Kennel Club returns to the Greyhound }
racing spotlight twice as big as ever, with a doubleheader j :
program Call, send or walk in the gate, 1;;;
f opening day Monday May 5.
j
Owner Isadore Hecht and general manager Marshall Par- j.. Just don't be too late 1111...
sons are confident of another record-smashing summer for the j j:;: Your picture we nee d., ::::

104-night season which runs through September 2. Includedare :!!.r': To portray i in .1:'.'
more matinee programs than every before Following 0 "Our Book of '
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Monday's twin opener, afternoon races are scheduled for each ::::: * ::::
Wednesday and Saturday of the meeting, and on Friday, May :.:
For
information
30, Friday July 4 and Monday September 1. :. that is straight
True to its label as the nation's Greyhoudshowplace, Flag- .j::1 Come to 48th Terr No. 3038 1:1::
ler is also living up to its name more than ever as the homeof ::: or Telephone: 634-4308 :;
the world's richest Greyhound event, the $100,000 Inter- : Pt7S1r xlAylc ij
national Classic. ;:L Jf.i

A top-notch kennel from Great Britain, owned by Ireland's j, ___ _ __
Pauline Wallis, is making itsAmerlcanracingdebut this season -
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; at Flagler with a half dozen of its stars pointed for the:
rich classic. Included is the British Greyhound of the year, a 'i USE OUR MONEY |
pup named Yellow Printer who is the toast of English raching
circles. Heading the roster of the 32 contract kennels are Make your fortune in your owr business. tiff

those of O.K. Duke Jr., Joe Lacroix and Blair Brothers plus America's fastest growing shoe and clothing }|;j
the standout teams of such as Ray and Gene Randle, Happy
will
:.:1 company send you everything FREE. $:
Stutz and Barney XDonnell. '1 ..
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Owner Hecht has taken more turns for the "better" since < ,
the track's last previous race on January 2,1963. For grand- ., :: :, HI CLIP, AND MAIL 1:::
stand patrons and upper mezzanine with new mutuel windows f:.
has been opened for the first time. And Hecht has installedthe ,,"'" ',. .: L:; I Stuart McGuire Company, Inc., :;::

exciting big perfecta, with its fantastic payoffs, on the -"" ..:,\ :: I 1223 N. W. 50th Street, Miami J
last two races of each program. Standard forms of wagering k' I Name-- I {
.- win, place and show, daily double, quinielas and perfectas stiff I I Y;
continue. r I Address 1 ;;ti a
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Flagler remains the only area track with a hurdle race GRAND OPENING I CityState. ..Zip.xfrfittW 1 ::fk :
nightly. I MI
With some $1 million dollars in purse and stake money to I Phone I

be carved up, the rich program is wasting no time in getting DOUBLE HEADER ::IL--------_____ ________--1 I
off the ground. It starts opening week with the beginning of .' :
qualifying on Saturday night May 10 for the $10,000 Marathon :::::::::::::-:':::::::::::- :;:: :::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::;::::::::::::::::::::::::: :

championship. One of the early entries incidentally in the distance -
IV event is the so-called earless wonder from the British OUR SEASOM ENDS SATURDAY

kennel, Sunrise Rover. The Rover had her ears chewed upon Monday May 5
by littermates as a puppy, but the loss has proved no handi-
cap whatsoever. According to English experts Sunrise Rover
can run all day and finishes "like an express train." I i Post Times

HARRY'S HOT DOGS :: : 7:15 PM and 8:00 PM

: :.,. .
.' Harry's hot dogs to watch in the early going, besides the t,','I',',>>N03-.''<,, '/: L7TlrIJ

f'' Rover, are Lacroix' Smiley Mac, a pup who appears ready 'M NO. '\ .
I for and O'Donnell's Northern freshened "
big things Champ, up ADMITUD,
and rested after a sensational start at the last biscayne meet \. SATURDAY>ATINE 146miami

ing.post BiG
time for the first of 11 matinee races will be 1:15.
The lZrace.night programs get under way at 8. fi

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CARLTON REALTY AUTO INSURANCE .
Low Premium Rates BY OWNER "

JOT4NW 19 STREET) BROKER Low Monthly Payments { ; ((1)) 1121 NW 51st St. (CBS duplex). $350,dwn

693-4772 If No Answer Immediate SR-22 Filings : $125 pays all '
759-MOO OFFICE J9t"
FHA. Large 2 bdrm, 1 bath, liv rm, din area, hitch, Mon. Thru Fri.HOURS.9(30-7iOO ((2)) 2125 NW 58th St. (CBS duplex$250) .
gar., open front porch, lovely grounds, $12,500, $700 Sat. 9i30-4tOO $99 pays all.
down. $105 mo. all.
pays
BROWN REALTY & INSURANCE AGENCY
VETERANS!!! Here's your dream house. 3 bdrms, 2 ((3)) 7800 NW 10th Ave. 2 bdrm, $500 dwn.
baths, Fla rm, gar.,tile roof, CBS. VA terms, $21,000, '740 NW 7th Avenues S95 pays ad. No qualifying.
$1,200 down. $150.52110. Prine & Int. 754-0655

3 BDRM, 2 BATH Beauty, Fla rm, gar., til. roof, ((4)) 2417NW 43rd St. -3 bdrm,CBS, $300 dwn.
CBS, choice location, $19,900. $5,000 down. $115.50 BY OWNER $92 pays all. ,
month. Pfin. & Int.
RENT OPTION TO BUY
((5)) 1852 NW 47th St.-CBS, 2 bdrm, $250 dwn.
Tile roof
4 BDRM I BATH. CBS, city water, city
sewage, will go fast. $14,850, $3,350 down. $91 mo. 3639 NW 15th Avenue $91 pays all.
CBS building,over 2,000 ft.with
square park
RETIREE PROFESSIONAL -
BUSINESSMAN
Information how
For
Ideal on to payoff
Ing. for children's medical
WATERFRONT BEAUTY. 2 bdrm, 2 baths, Fla rm, nursery, all mortgages and fix your house
building
CBS, tile rf, landicaped. Must insurance office, small church.
gar. see. $22,500. for only $45.00 cash Call Mr. Ford
$5,000 down. $135 month. Prin. & Int. For Appointment Call: at 7513659.

CLOSED SUNDAYS MR. FORD 1513659rioi'n
CALL DAYS: 151-3659
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$700 down, $120.86 month.

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Steady employment. WILL SELL FOR FHA VALUATION
Lovely 2 bedroom CBS, large fenced yard, car-,
port, sliding glass doors to patio, reverse cycle'air
conditioner, appliances, FHA price' $15,450,
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30 THE MIAMI\ \ TIMES\ Friday, May 2, 1969CLASSIFIED

HELP WANTEDMale
SEWING MACHINE
ADS or female. Clerk-typist. 1968 SINGER! CONSOLE

Accurate. ,Good with figures. Slightly l I used zig-tag in
Pleasant surroundings. All stylish wal. cab. make but.
20 WORDS OR LESS $2.00. IOC FOR EACH ADDITIONAL :VORD. fringe benefits Apply Bar- holes, sews on butt., monograms -
overcast
DEADLINE FOR CLASSIFIED ADS TUESDAY 6 P. M. field, 4101 N W 29th St., Mi- and blind applique hem stitch with
Miami.An attachments. All
---- out controls *
FOR SALE FOR SALE FOR RENT equal opportunity employer built In. Full price i I
$51.20 or assume paymentsof

5719-21 NW 5th Court CBS Beer and wine bar. Also 2 Drive by 1815 NW 84th Street Female. Office work. Good $6.00 mo. For free homedemonstration owners.iM 1C .
call Capitol
duplex, live in one, rent the apartments. 1 store now rent Small 2 bedroom apartment. ,with figures. Use of an elec- Credit Mgr. till 9 p.m. No $|
other side, FHA $18,5QO, ed. 165 ft. frontage on 79th ,Unfurnished $24 a week.Alsoa tric typewriter. Good phone obligation. If toll, call collect -

downpayment $800 seller Street. 1452 NW 79th St. 1 bedroom apartment $22 a ,decorum, pleasing personality, : 9498124. as little asmonth.
pays all closing costs. See to- week. Reliable Rental 510 NW neat appearance. Call for fur- Capitol Southern Sewing Florida Machinesof
'day. Aetna Realty (Broker), 3020 NW 162nd St. Modern 3 54th St. ther information. 758-7616.

'811 NW 54th Street, Phone: bedroom CBS,.2 air conditioners -
757-5724. 75 x 100 fenced yard.Near 1 bedroom apartment for middle WANTEDSix I

schools, shopping and bus.Tu- age working man.Reason- ladies with cars who could :I HEW SAVIOUR .
,268 NW 59th Terrace 3 bed- bin Realtors,7906NW 7th Ave. able p r Ice. Good location. use $50 to $75 a week. No so- "

room house plus 2 bedroom Phone 691-4785. Must pay two weeks advance.To liciting or delivering. For <
1 apartment plus one bedroom see call: NE 5-4805. personnel interview call 624- : rL

apartment. FHA $23,000 1300 NW 96th Street Gorgeous 1466 days. 624-0537 evening. t1/ first Money and available second for

Seller pays all closing costs. 3 bedroom, 2 baths, car- HOUSE FOR RENT (May 2)) L mortgage loans on
This is a buy of a lifetime, port, built-in modern kitchen, 3 bedroom, unfurnished.New CBS or frame: houses
insure your future. Aetna central heat,nice corner,ask ly painted. $25 week. Will be Three barbers to start work Absolutely no charge
of kind unless
Realty (Broker), 811 NW 54th ing $23,000 terms. Aetna ready by the weekend. 1387 Immediately; good businessand f \ make any thg loan to you we

Street. Phone: 757-6724., Realty (Broker), 811 NW 54th NW 58th Street. Can be seen $1.00.good pay. $.75 out of every / I! 't For free Information
Street, Phone: 757-5724. anytime. call collect((3'J5))FR 3-3304
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DAVE'S ARTISTIC BARBER
7000-02 NW 4th AvenueFan-
,' 'f< ,4\ .. . or mail coupon to:
tastic huge; dupex, 3 bed 221 NW 69th Street Huge 4 Room for a man who wants a SHOP .'.'.'
rooms,2 baths one side.2 bedrooms bedrooms, 2 baths plus 2 bed nice room in a home. Phone: 1090 NW 62nd Street :fl t:. 1II111

11/2 baths other side. room, 1 bath duplex. Central 691-7034. Phone: 759-9314 "'.' v \ METROPOLITANMORFCU

FHA $23,000; Seller pays all heat and air, oak floors, tile (May 9)I l,: .GECOMPANY
closing costs,Ideal for 2 fami- roof, garage and much, much 2 bedroom house. $135 month. I Don't be sick, worried, un-
lies. See today, move quicklyon more. FHA value $27,000. First and last month rent.Call Beauty operator wanted. Call happy, unlucky, solve It 2244 BISCAVNI BLVD
for the New
right I now, M'AMI.' FLORIO":3137I
this one. Aetna Realty Seller pays closing costs. If Mr. Johnson, 635-3904. 691-9392. (May 9)) Saviour has the power to r r tam .r alit r tttaUADDRESS
(Broker), 811 NW 54th St. Ph. you really want the very best, save you right out of this 'IIII .
757-5724. don't miss this one. Aetna Roo m in private home for MISCELLANEOUSDRAPERIES rut and put you'on the roadto
Realty (Broker), 811 NW 54th working settled woman. Pri- success and haplness, two4E I
given to her right from our
Pretty CBS 2 bedroom 1 bath Street, Phone: 757-5724. vate entrance. Call after 4 taken down, cleaned, decorator , Father which are- In heaven. II

large Florida room tile roof, p.m. 635-7626. folded and rehung.Drap- And the Heavenly Father
hardwood floor $2000 cash 110 NW 85th Street Brand ery rods installed LUSTRA says what Evangelist people Mary. "Asknot CITY ;

down. Bank Financing. Terms newl Corner 3 bedroom, 2 Room for working couple or TONE DRAPERY SERVICE. do for you,your but ask what can you I
arranged. Atlantic and Pacific baths, Florida room, garage, working man in nice private 887-8022 can do for your people. I STATE liP I
Realtors 666-0411. central heat and air, total home. 8362855.A LEGAL NOTICE All races, colors and do- r a. ... i.w. mles m. tall r. a1
price $24,900 terms. Aetna Intend to register under fictitious minions, you who are sick
and can't seem to get well,
GOOD INCOME Realty (Broker) 811 NW 54th nice air conditioned room. name act, let me give,you a spiritual
PROPERTY' Street, Phone: 757-5724. Complete use of the house. "BLACK IS GOLD drink of my healing water
17 UNITS ALL FURNISHED Call Della 691-2248. ASIAN JEWELRY", today, given to me 'right
This is a chance to give your, 5220 NW 33rd Avenue Gor- 6259 NW 7th Avenue, Miami, from the throne of God.If .
need special
self a good income oppor- geous 3 bedroom, CBS on a A nice room for a middle age Fla. Thomas Hall and James problem you solved In a your life,
tunity. Take advantage of this corner. Stove, refrigerator, man. Near the bus lines. Kit- Fugua, owners. watch me solve It for you .it* eqyaity. 10 I
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excellent investment of these 3 air.c ond Itloners. Total chen privileges. Phone 634- April 11, 18, 25, May 7 right right before In your,the privacy very own of :.. ; lJ.iMr.int.MCO Hi.*
18 units. One mortgage. Callus price $17,000 terms avail- 3324. eyes spiritual miracle prayer
my
for all details.' Fenster able. See today Aetna Realty PEACE CORPS RECRUITERS room built by me as my Father -

Realty, Broker, 759-8779. (Broker), 811 NW 54th Street, cottage for rent. Furnished ATUM supplied me with the
Phone 757-5724. Peace Corps recruiters will knowledge and power. If SEWING MACHINE
t CHURCH I I II 1 PROPERTY couple preferred. Deposit required be at the University of Miami you need some of God's
: NW section. Phone after' heavenly blessed poured Repair Special/
Large area 125 x 143 suitablefor 4500 NW 176th Terrace CBS Monday, April 28 through Friday thyne upon you while they !
church. Large home on lot 3 bedrooms, 1 bath,stove,refrigerator 7 p.m. 758-9062 May 2. last. A ml roe pocket pieceone S
at present but can be converted washer and dryer An information booth will be of the most blessed and We will

for church use must be plus many, many extras.Ask Room in private home. Male. open from 9 a.m. to 5 p.m. luckiest pocket things or ever to. hit So clean, oil

seen to appreciate on NW 70th ing $17,500, nice location, Matured adult. 1012 NW 75th daily in the breezway of the right your now get all rurs. success and adjust S
St. near 7th Avenue. May be close to everything. Drive by, Street. Badger. Whitten Memorial Student Un- happiness and love 2
purchased through FHA. then call Aetna Realty (Broker of your life you got coming your sewing -
ion.The
Excellent deal. Call Jean ), 811 NW 54th Street, Phone Room in private home. Work- recruiters will also be while through you your yet 11 ve.new tome Saviour now i ma-
Fenster for appointment to 757-5724. ing couple only.Some cooking. available to speak to classesor don't hesitate another day. chine in
show. Fenster Realty, Broker 757-4149. Call in eveningsafter discussion groups.For fur- Be among the first to seeuse home.
and enjoy for yourselfthe your
759-8779. 347 NW 43rd Street Real 7. ther information, call Ken power of the new Saviour.No .
hot! Extra nice cozy home. Lewis at 284-4583. gift offering too smallIn CALL:
Lovely CBS home, on tremendous FHA $10,500, $350 downVetsand order to receive a bles 864-4309
lot.Good for small family 221 people $100 down). MISCELLANEOUSINVEST SEWING MACHINE Ing.
Evangelist Mary Caesar
that wants privacy. See: 1931 This one won't last. Hurryl! 1250 NW 25th St. Rear or
zigzag portobU. '
1968 Zigzag
NW 88th Street. $350 down. Hurryl! Hurryl! Aetna Realty slightly! uied. No attachments Call for appt.t 634.0983 7544634AUTO
Call owner: 693-2631. (Broker), 811 NW 54th Street. When you invest in us you needed tomon9jgram

Phone: 757-5724. Invest in your community. overcast,, male but*'
EDISON AREA (1)) TOM WASHINGTON DRY ton holes, controls but It In.
Drive by 7020 NW 3rd Avenue 6875 NW 4th Avenue Gorgeous CLEANERS Saws with 1 or 2 needles.
Full price $31.84 or as-
nice 2 bedroom CBS large Fla. 3 bedroom,2 baths, Florida 1342 NW 62nd Street sum. payments of $3.10

porch, carport, $13,500 total, room, garage,tile roof,oak Phone: 691-9649 monthly. For free home I r!
FHA $450 down $100 vets, floors, air-conditioned, built- ((2)) 210 NW 7th Street demonstration, call Credit I J
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$110 per month pays all. A. in kitchen and much, much 373-9171 Mgr. until 9 p.m. No obli-
Ben-Kori Realtor FHA got Ion. If toll/ call collect>
anytime more. $22,000, $1,400 949-8124
down (Vets $1,000 down) Carpet dirty? Sink clogged? SERVICE FIRST
5792425.DROOM Seller pays all closing costs. Toilet leaks. Painting prob-
2 BATHS See the very best today.Aetna lem? Call the expert free estimate INSURANCE AGENCY

Drive by 1036 NW 75th St. (no ,Realty (Broker), 811 NW 54th 634-8878. May 23 FOR SALE
signs)this is a well kept home Street, Phone: 757-5724.
plus a rental cottage, what a 3 bdrm, garage, $250 down
JIM LEVENSON, Own.r Fh n. 635.7507DADE
bargain, with rental you pay DUPLEX ,CUSTOM BUILT FEMALE COMPANION $110 month
only $66 per month, $900 Drive by 4525 NW 19th Ave. Lonely mother will share 2 2267 NW* *93rd* Street

rdown, $500 vets, $19,000 total (corner of 46th St.) this has bedroom home with semi-re- COUNTY, FLORIDA
FHA. A. Ben-Kori Realtor, extra features you must see, tiree, retiree, widow,or lone- 2 bdrm, 2 bath, $600 down PUBLIC ADVERTISEMENTFOR
anytime 759-2425. lovely oak floors 2 bedroom ly mother In exchange for $125 month
co one side. 1 bedroom other. pleasant conversation. No 715 NW 52nd Street TURN-KEY WORK

Extra large car port.Plus children Phone 681-1241. * Dade County Florida through Its Department of
Open dally 1:30: to 6 p.m. 274 I and Urban
large utility room. $22,000 Housing Development will receive
2 bdrm double
NW 43rd Street. 2 bedrooms garage,
1 bath CBS enclosed total. $1,400 down, Vets $800A. AIR FRANCE luxury home. $700 down Turnkey proposals for a total of 500 low-rent
garage. Ben-Kori Realtors, any- planning a vacation? Why not $145 month housing units together with community, management '
Tile root Look it Make
over.
... offer. L. R. Dorsey, Broker time 759-2425., take a real one. 21 days in 1177 NW 48th Street and maintenance space where required, in
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371-5930 or 759-9728. i Europe with your old friend * increments of a Minimum of 25 units and a maximum -

0. Doster as your personal 4 bdrm, 2 bath, $500 down, of 150 units per site, beginning Monday,
Dinette set, four chairs, CHILDCAREDay escort. For Information call $130 month April 28, 1969.
days 691-2051 evenings 633-
and extension board, like new babysitter from 3 weeksto 2360. 15820 NW 27th Place Proposed sites should be submitted for approval

$25 758-6988. 2 years old. 621-6115. prior to preparation of proposals. order that the

earliest inspection can be, made of ,the sites by
Lovely CBS 3 bedroom,2 bath, Childcare in private nurseryand MALE LAUNDRY HELP representatives ofthe Housing AssittancrRegtonal
Florida room, carport, front pre-kindergarten. Will be Office, proposed sites should be submitted no
porch, tile roof, hardwood open this summer. Free pick Loaders, pullers, extractor operators. Good later than May 16. 1969. Dtvelopefs must own the

floor. FHA $800 down. $131 up and delivery.. Call 693-0242 wages. Production bonus. Excellent company, propert or be able to deliver. Situ must be Ie r .

month. Atlantic and Pacific (M. 16)) benefits. Paid vacation. Permanent job. Must vicetl by all utilities, including a public sewer.

Realtors. 666-0411. be 18 or over. Apply in mornings. No phone For full information, contact H. Vann Rhodes,

calls please. Ask for Mr. Findley, National Director of Development, Dept. of HUD, 1401 NW
Near Nort shore ospJtaI. Excellent infant care in my Linen Service 1950 NW 1st Avenue. NW 7th Street, Miami, Florida. Telephone: 377-
CBS, 3 bedroom, lot of extras. home five days a week. 633- J921.
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THE MIAMI TIMES, Friday, May 2, 1969 31

The Young Black Woman--Her Successes Her PressuresWhatever

HELP WANTEDI'm

her background, The pressures, however, amount of hostility between hear that certain employmentdoors the Night ,Supervisor of
her current situa-
whatever are complex: As a social black
women and black men. are open, when actually FIRST FEDERAL SAVINGS
tion, the black girl is caughtIn worker put it, "many blackgirls' This Is more true of
course, aren't.The .
they
unique historical, sociological Custodial Services Downtown BuildingWe
a problems are the same of an older generation, but It new Ideology affirms ,
and psychological as white girls' problems but still reflects Itself in this one. the strength of the black male, have for work
to
crossfix-- which has the racial dimension is an opening a person
an added As one girl put it"someblackmen
made ?her the success storyof dimension that affects are so up-tight they don't but down in the no black way implies She putting Monday thru Friday from 4:00: p.m. to 12:00
the 19608< and one that can them all". know woman. now and from
8:00 4:00
if they want a black girlor sees herself as a worthwhilelove midnight Saturday a.m. to
exert considerable pressureon (1)) Prejudice, of course, a white girl. They hate us object, and sees her male p.m.
her. still exists, and even where itdoesn't and they love us." partner in the same way.This
'
Her accomplishments and the patterns of the (5) White concern has partially new influence has led to the L.
past make it hard for many reflected itself In mi.
her pressures -- in relationships assertion that "black Is beau
I with:whites,in relationships Negro Americans to fully trust nority-hiring programs tiful" and what was once"mu .. ,u ; mss,,
white men and white institutions which have worked well for
with examined tual is "
men -- are deprecation" now mutual .k .
in depth in Glamour'sMay the black woman.particularly enhancement." y ,
(2) A basic generation unfortunate Y .
feature, '"How It FeelsTo gap however, are the Blackness'and black-
Be A Black Girl Now." exists that separates white- companies where black people awareness have become a : e
collar girls from their par are hired simply because
Educationally and economically source of strength, not weak-
ents. As one young woman putit they're black . with no effort
she has pushed ahead ness, to young women. They
"My parents are wonderful to place them in the
fester than any other social right are learning that women the .. 0r
people . but Job. Additional
group; she is part of the black .. they'resimple disappointmentis women beside the men. area
thrust for autonomy, self-determination people farmers. generated when black girls vital part of black power.
They don't understand
my
and equality; she world".
is proud of her black identity.
((3) The young black womanis
Author Marilyn Mercer in transition from a culture ifAiitwffiUGTc'YOUR .... ..
cities several examples of -- a matriarchy- where women "
her advancements: For the were the stronger sex tome
first time in history, 1967 where they are not. For NEIGHBORHOOD PRESCRIPTION STORE ? s 4y

placed black women in full- generations, black women 8690 NW 22 Ave 691-3741
time Jobs at the same wage could find work and their men "V-rsas I rasa r. .. S
level as white women. In professional were often unemployed.It produced I ' '..' '
technical, clericaland a number of competent 0 e" ,] (i:,
black ,'\ "' : ', }:i" '., "
but "
sales jobs, they made women, a statistical
more..'College attendance rose shortage of educated black ....
to 9.9% in March, 1966 and men. --t1 "'!I
technical and professional (4) The matriarchy pattern .. ;\ ; ,,' ). : ,' ," ,
employment doubled in the last in which the woman was dominant "''': '11' ,$ '
25 years. has resulted in a certain ':: 'i'&.

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proper education Is an invaluable honest appraisal, first for parking
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does not necessarily mean thata equally in promotional and/or dentists, stir
person can 'do' the Job. So meritorious upgrading of their Call.
geons, beauticians, ,..
much emphasis has been put present positions.But I'
on education for educationssake barbers, businessmenwho CHARLES

that ones ability to per. what about the person spend long hourson .
from is secondary. A hire Is who can-and would, If their feet.
based on qualifications.Money given a chance-do the Job, ROGERS
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What all this leads up to is Why encourage the highly STEREO OR ORCHESTRA,
that perhaps employers should educated to perform with'onel! IN, INSTRUMENTS.
take a long, hard look at theemployment'requirements eye',and have the other focused
on other employment of a

needed to enter their companies. more desirable nature? Why
Too much education, fora not, this suggests, hire a man ""
Job that demands soley a who can perform satisfac \0
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simple knowledge of bow to torily-and happily-in spite M . \
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perform a task, puts highly 'tcO\ \CO
qualified people In' a compromising -, The phenomenon of the eOt'O O \.. \O
position. Ones attitude \ \(\
over-educated in Jobs today P 'tGo..et:9et'
on the Job bears heavily only heightens the plight of the dl9'1.' 1.'t..", to
on performance and a simple less educated. But, in the last ert S pgg
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