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Charles Evers, a black civil runoff elections with white //
rights leader, has been elect- opponents.
ed mayor of Fayette, Miss. Evers, state field directorfor
the National Associationfor
Blacks also won all five
spots on the town's board of r. the Advancement of Col- 32 PAGES 'lEMPORA MUTANTUR ET NOS MUTAMUR IN ILLS -15*
ored People,becomes the first
aldermen. The complete un- black mayor in southwest Mis- 2 Vol. 46, No. 38 MIAMI, FLORIDA FRIDAY, MAY 16, 1969
official court gave Evers 386
M1CHARLES .slssippi since 1875. He de-
votes ballots to challenged 255. There but were the rul-94 f' OOthe incumbent, Mayor readier Of
Faces 3 Counts I
ing on them could not changethe Vl1 )n, in the town of Rope

outcome.
IIThe'\Qin objective of my A Dade County elementary and took them to a parking lot
Except in all-black Mound administration will be to show school teacher was in county behind a church
Bayou, Evers was the only that black and white can work Jail Tuesday charged with rap He was arrested after the
outright winner among 13 together," Evers said. "That ing two girls, 11 and 12, anda brothers of the 11-year-old
members of his race runningfor EVERS includes the black extremistsand young woman, 24. alleged rape victim saw his
mayor in Mississippi com, the white bigots. I want to Nathaniel Wilson, 28, 3501 car in the same area behind the
. His Honor
the
munities in municipal elec- Mayor show that we can have a safe NW Third Ave., a sixth-grade church and reported his 11- I
tions 'Tuesday. However, 11 boards and another 11 cap' town. I will not tolerate lawlessness teacher at Rainbow Park Elementary cense number to police. I
Negroes won places on town tured enough votes to force ." School, 15355 NW Miami police charged him
19th Ave., was arrested Sat- with rapes which occurred on
urday. May 7th and 9th and Metro
Miami homicide detectivessaid Police later charged him with
I. Honors Day At FMC Monday that Wilson picked up assaulting a 12-year-old on

girls in the Liberty City area April 18th.

The Alpha Phi Chapter at vice-president of the James teacher and graduate of Florida -,
'Florida Memorial College Scott Center, National Presi- Memorial College.
part of the Alpha Kappa Mu, dent of the Bethune-Cookman --- Adam Powell Miamian Named Assistant to :!

National Honor Society, will College Alumni Assn., and I .
hold Its honors on May 19 at Educational Director of the Runs For MayorOf
Dean At New York
the college campus, 158000 Urban League's Labor Edu- College
NW 42nd Ave., commencingat cation Advancement Program. -
10:30 a.m. New York Mr. Cyrus M. Jolllvettehas effective June 1. Mr.Jollivette
Mrs. Royal W. Puryear, 'The Honor's Day Program been appointed assistant to the currently is a head resident
wife of the president of FMC, will be attended by Honor stu- Representative Adam Clay dean of students-director of a position he has held since
is adviser to the society. dents, students on the Dean's ton Powell entered the race men's residences of C. W. June 1968.Granted.
Guest speaker for the list, former members of the for the Democratic nomina- Post College. Brookville.New his bachelor's degree
i morning session is Dr.JohnnyJ. Society, the faculty and Deansof tion for Mayor of New York York, college officials an- in business administration -
Jones, principal at the the college. City on Wednesday. Theflam- nounced this week. Mr. Jolli- in October 1968 from CW.
Charles R. Drew Junior High 'oyant congressman, whose vette's duties will encompass Post College, Mr. Jollivette
The evening of May 19th will popularity in Harlem is un- all business functions relatedto now is enrolled in the master's
School Miami.
continue the honors programat beatable, will have formidable the men's residences and program of the Arthur T.Roth "
Dr. Jones has been fully involved the Holiday Inn, 8701 Col- opposition in the June 17 pri dining areas, including selection Graduate School of Business
in a number of com lins Ave., Miami Beach, when, mary. His opponents will include hiring, and training Administration. He Is specializing
munity endeavors including, a banquet will take place at former mayor Robert of resident, assistants and head in personnel admin-
Project Manager of the Institute 7:30 p.m. which will feature DR. JOHNNY J. JONES Wagner and author Norman residents. The appointment is istration. The graduate school M1
on Human Resources, Franklin Clark, a local schopl . Guest Speaker Mailer. and C. W. Post College are
units of Long Island University -
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I Abernathy: Nixon Deaf to Needs of Poor I '\,.:i(\' :, ) During a counselor-advisor, Mr.his Jollivette undergraduateyears servedas of the +;i

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WASHINGTON The Rev. Abernathy said Nixon had,'"lesion,'S. C.,1.I hospital,workers } TV ,',I,' ; ,i a s a resident assistant, j
Ralph Abernathy took his poor ,nothing to ,say about the demands , dispute, Abernathy said. OIC' On ? as a member of the Social
Sam Moncur, executive director Committee of theStudentGov-
people's campaign to the White of the campaign, which Nixon spent an hour in session of OIC will appear on ernment Association, and as
House Tuesday and declared include increases in federal with his Urban Affairs the TV show "Talk Back" to- chairman of the 1968 Winter
funds to combat hunger, mas- Council listening to Aber- Weekend.
his lengthy meetings with night (Thursday) as guest of
sive job programs for the nathy. Alan Rock. There will be a Mr. Jollivette Is the son of ;
President Nixon and the Urban poor, welfare reforms and efforts general discussion of the OIC Mrs. Frances J. Chambers of
Affairs Council"themostdls- to end the massive military Later the council, which includes program, and an opportunityfor 1341 NW 88th Street and the
appointing and most fruitless" expenditures.Nixon Vice President SpiroT. the viewers to call in and late Cyrus M. Jollivette. Hew
Agnew and six members of r 1 marry Lynda Perry of
to tune
ask questions. Be sure
of talks he has been holding did not respond to a" the Cabinet, exchanged views in on Channel 23 tonight at CYRUS M. JOLLIVETTE Washington, D. C., a studentat
with officials here. plea to intercede in the Char- with Abernathy's delegation. 10 p.m. . Assistant to Dean Post College, on June 28.




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Sixty-six Miami Debutantes sponsored by the Miami Alumnae Chapter of Weary Land" and another film on the life of the institution founder Dr. Mary

Delta Sigma Theta Sorority, Inc. visited Bethune-Cookman College this week. McLeod Bethune entitled "The Crowning Experience."

The group welcomed by President Richard V. Moore, toured the historical The two day visit also included a visit to the 'world's most famous r

campus; viewed a movie depicting the origin of B-CC entitled "A Rock On A beach" and a concert by two senior B-CC choir members.

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Troubled minds: Back some 18 even greater drive to work together.A .
months ago, there were a lot of trou- Like hope. drive to create, not to hate.
bled minds all over this country. We confirmed a deep feeling.
Including many in our businessThelife That the problem of the cities needs
insurance business.And what Due to the nature of the problem, people-people in government,
troubled everyone was the cities. the life insurance companies would business,and labor,working togetherto
There was poverty and frustrationand need the closest cooperation of gov- help solve it. And we discoveredwe
decay and much ugliness all the ernment and responsible leaders of weren't trying alone; other businesses -
way around.In the community. And they're gettingit. were making special efforts.
that atmosphere, when there .With the result that the billion is The life insurance companies are
was precious little hope anyplace, a now almost completely committed. re-learning a basic truth. Let everyonedo
lot of companies from our businessgot What we learned, was people. what he does best.We ourselves
together to do something about it. By our very involvement in the know investment in housing and
To give"it a try.You can't ride out the core areas,we of the life insurance enterprise. Local planners, developers -
ups and downs of business without a business found ourselves getting a lot and agencies know their commu-
certain inherent strain of optimism.The closer to where people live. nities and know their needs..
life insurance business de- We found that despite all the talk Our business has learned that its
cided to invest a billion dollars worthof of backlash and Blacklash, there's an hope was justified.
loan funds in the city core areas. .. .. ... ... Sure,minds are still troubled
Money that would create more jobs. today.The.situation won't"just go
More housi g.Hopefully, more hope. & ".t :'" away." But,.
And we made a public pledge of 1 The life insurance businesshas

this investment.You so much hope that it's taking
may say,this was just another step.A .
business as usual. second billion.A .
Because historically,life insurance
second billion devoted to the
companies invest in housing and in same aims.
enterprise that makes jobs. I
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But this different.
was fill the whole need, the life
This was a new and special case insurance business
(2r regards this, like
of investment.It the first billion, as an investment in
went to an area-the inner its own future.
cities-where capital was not readily : Isn't it your future, too?
available on reasonable terms,be- 4? If you would like some
of risk and location. Our business sugges-
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THE MIAMI TIMES, 16 3


Dade Schools Get Black History And Culture IBlack



history and culture and Sciences. _
courses -a rallying point of The Junior and senior high r 9i, e : ,}e A,M he. ,
by ? } t p'N
< a t
,. e.y
militant black students-will courses have been approved ? 1 1a 1r
be taught in Dade schools next the State Department of Edu-
year. cation's accreditation section.
"Almost all high schools They will carry a half-credit
have indicated that these towards graduation. This
courses will be available on means they will be taught in r ; .
an elective basis in September one-semester sequences, rather e a
," said John McKinney, than as full-year courses.
coordinator of social studies, McKinneY's memo said
in a memo given to the School
more than $60,000 in local and
Board last
Wednesday. federal funds have already
"Many of the Junior high been spent to buy books,films,
schools have indicated that
aspects records and other materialsto
of the will be
program aid k
teaching the courses. t
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available in their schools in "
September." All principals and their cur- '
Further he said, "it has riculum assistants, along with & : 4 '
been suggested that principalsof some 500 teachers, have ,
( elementary schools) anticipate attended institutes to acquaint t > '7f'.' ,
theincluslon of teach- them with te courses, he H +xaw >4'x k tt
ing units in Negro history and said.
culture into the curriculum... Further, 35 high school, \ t h ,1k
next fall." Junior high school and ele- k 3k
The curriculum is being mentary teachers will attenda
written by a team of six Dade workshop this summer to
teachers and Dr.LeedellNey- prepare them to teach the '
land, dean of Florida A&M courses and help others teach k I
University's College of Arts it. p \



Chapel Hill, N. C.



Elects Black


HELL, N. C. run.Lee MayorCHAPEL 500 Hear Model Giles Official/ Say "Participate" .I

Howard Lee,34,son of a Georgia a native of Lithoania,

sharecropper, has been Ga.1964, toworktowardamaster'sdegTee came to Chapel Hill In Mr. 'John A. Buggs,'Deputy log the meeting in the cafe- Model Cities Governing Scott Community Assn. where ,
elected the first Negro mayorof Director of the U. S. Department teria sponsored by the Model Board. Dr. Carl McKenry a the press, radio and TV had
in which he
a North Carolina city since sociology, of Housing and Urban Cities Governing Board. Mrs. JESCA Board Member and ,an opportunity to talk with him '
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earned in 1966.
Reconstruction.Lee Development told over 500 Range entertained Mr. Buggs Chairman of the University of individually.Mr. .
a social worker, defeated He then became director,of people who filled the CharlesR. and the Model Cities Govern- Miami's Center for UrbanStu- Harold Guinyard,
Roland Giduz, 2,402 to the Ford Foundation spon- Drew Junior High School ,ing Board at her homelater in dies was the host. president of JESCA states that :J
2,003, with all but one pre- sored youth program of tne Auditorium, "participate in the evening.Mr. At 1:30 p.m. he talked about over a hundred people attended : '
cinct reporting in the municipal Education Improvement Program the Model Cities Program." Buggs had a busy day. the Model Cities ProgramandIts the reception held from
election in this university in nearby Durham, He said, "it's your programand He had lunch in ,the Faculty importance to members of 5 p.m. to 7 p.m. by theJESCA
community. Giduz is an alumni maintaining: his residence in its success depends upon Club at the University of Mi- the Miami Coalition and the Board and membership. Many -'
representative for the Univer- Chapel Hill. Since the conclu- the ammount of participationmade ami with Gordon Johnson, director Miami Chamber of Com- of the community agency exe-
sity of North Carolina and a sion of the youth program,Lee by the citizens indecid- of Model Cities Program merce. At 3 p.m. there was a cutives and board members
newspaper columnist.The has been an employe relations jog and agreeing on how you and members of the press conference at James E.,,attended .______
incumbent,broadcaster director at Duke University
can Improve your own.living I
Durham. I
Sandy McClamroch, did not "
standards. There was lively
discussion from the floor dur- FOR THE FINEST HOUSING ACCOMMODATIONSAT

I Youth Crushed To DeathA period.ing the Many question residents answer had MODERATE RATES-CALL

their questions answered.Dr. ;
young boy about 15 years si-Cola Bottling Co., had two Johnny Jones, principalof BONDED J
old was found crushed to death guard dogs on patrol when the Charles R. Drew Junior .
under a fork lift truck in the young apparently scaled the High School and aboard mem- !:
old 7-Up bottling plant at 5901, fence but the dogs had not molested ber of JESCA (James E. Scott .
..NW 27th Ave. Tuesday, Metro the boy. Community Association) RENTAL
sheriffs officers reported. Officers theorized the boy welcomed the group. Mrs.
Unidentified youths playing found the fork lift truck with Athalie Range, City Commis-
in the area saw the body the key in the ignition, start- sioner introduced Mr. Buggs; AGENCY .
through the chain link fence ed the motor and ran it outs Ide, she expressed her appreciation .
which surrounds the propertyand where he managed to operatethe to Mr. Archie Hardwick,
called police about 10a.m. mechanism which elevatedthe executive director of JESCA : jo
It was estimated the victim lift to its full height. who invited Mr. Buggs to Mi-
had been dead about two hours The machine apparently became ami, and who bee a me a personal -
then. He still had not been top heavy at this point friend and an assistantto
identified Tuesday night. and flipped over, killing the Mr. Buggs when he workedfor ,q? THE LARGEST PRIVATE HOUSING RENTAL AND
Investigators said the plant, boy, whose body was pinned the Model Cities Program MANAGEMENT AGENCY THE SOUTH,OPERATING
which is now used as a bottle under the heavy apparatus,officers in Washington.A IN DADE AND BROWARD COUNTIES
storage warehouse by the Pep said. reception was held follow-

Assistant Secretary of Health, Education and Welfare--

JAMES L. FARMER

will make his first public ,appearance in Miami, Fla. on Sat-

urday, May 17 at 8:30 p.m. in the field house the Florida

Memorial College, 15800 NW 42nd Avenue. The meetingis
open to the public at no charge."


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II Brownsville Pays Tribute To Neal AdamsBrownsville 3801 Grand Avenue, Grove HI 5-1381 .

512 NW 1st Ave., Hollondole, WA 7.2434 '
citizens have April 30. place in which to live becauseof '
339 Hommdhdvi I lie Rd., Pompano Wl 3-2434 >
honored Neal Adams for his Mr. Adams' record in the his presence.The ,\ ,
many years of dedicated ser- community is rare and not- program chairman for
vice to the community. The able. His commitment to the the occasion was Mrs. Betty HON. L. L. BROOKS, President ,

ADC Mothers, Block Clubs, community, his involvementwith Page and the guest speaker, GEORGE P. HARTH, General Manager 111' ,
civic affairs and his de- Judge John Johnson. The citi ,
along with other interested CHARLES A. LOCKHART, Public Relations Director
votion to people serves as a zens' turnout and support was
citizens paid tribute to the ,
shining example of a person heartwarming and rewarding.
Founder and President of the who cares about his neigh Plaudits and praise were . .If I am to enjoy a better life, others must live better too." L. L. Brooks
Brownsville ImprovementCenter bors. He represents one who abundant In behalf of the
on Wednesday night, has made the world a better honoree.



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4 THE MIAMI TIMES_ Fridov, May 16 ,1969 l'



Bayard 1 r '''4ur ' To Be Equal I



Rustin i" Irf Whitney M. Young Jr. f fElecuUveDlrectorNatlonal
Office 6530NW 15th Ave., Miami, Fla 33147-Phone: 691.042*

H. E. SICIS UND REEVES, Editor and Publisher w. .. Urban League_ !

GARTH C. REEVES, Managing Editor Speaks -- _
STANLEY I. '.WE'ITING, Theatrical Editor !'

- - - USA And
National I Advertising Representative' Education : Israel
Amalgamated Publishers, I Inc.
310 Madison Avenue. New,York, N. Y. 10017 Charleston--"A National There is a popular myth In this country that because we
Member of the Notional Newspaper Publishers Association can't
spend so much on defense, we afford new programs .
2400 S. Michigan Avenue, Chicago, III. 60616 have to o
r Test Of Conscience"On to end poverty and bring about a more equal society,
SUBSCRIPTION RATES I saw just how false such a myth is,on my recent trip to Israel.
ONE ,YEAR SS.OO SIX MONTHS $3.00 FOREIGN I $6.00
May 6th, at the 80th Birthday celebration for A. Philip Here is a small country, and a relatively poor one, that

Entered as Second Class Matter, August 9, 1927 at the Post Randolph, Mrs.Coretta Scott King made an appeal for the has to spend a far greater portion of its national wealth on +'

Office at Miami, Florida, under the act of March 8, 1876 striking hospital workers of Charleston, S. C. She called the defense. Three wars in its 21 years and the constant harassment ,'1

"CREDO OF THE NEGRO PRESS"The strike "a national test of conscience",and urged everybody to of hostile neighbors make the Israelis place a top prl. j

NEGRO PRESS believes that America can best lead support It in whatever way they could. ority on defense. ''J i
the world from racial and national antagonism when it accords
Only little over a year ago,Mrs.King's husband was mur- Americans use defense costs as
to every man regardless of his race creed or color his human But while some an excuse :;h
and legal rights. Hating no man, ,fearing no man..the Negro dered in the midst of a very similar strike.,Like the Memphis to avoid social expenditures, the Israelis do not. In fact, they -1

Press strives to help every man In the firm belief that all men sanitation workers, the black hospital workers of Charlestonare spend proportionately more on education, housing, and sub- '1:
are hurt as long as anyone Is held back.
fundamental human '
asking for -- and being denied --
...- sidies to individuals than we do. :
rights. They are being paid $1.30 an hour, $.30 below the national -
tremendously Impressed by the deep
commitment
Black Manifesto To Churches minimum wage which itself is Inadequate."$1.30 is not a I was \
officials develop that country's human
Is also far below of the top Israeli resources -
said It
One of the biggest bombshells to drop on churches of this wage, Mrs. King "it's an insult. Nowhere Is this more evident than in the field of edu ;J
the received white workers who identical !
perform
In time pay by \
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country a long James Forman's"Black Manifesto"presented
Services, The strikers are asking for higher wages,but more cation. f
to New York's famed Riverside Church and to the --
Roman Catholic Archdiocese of New York. urgently they are demanding recognition of their union, local The Israelis see,as too Americans do,that good schools '
1199B of and education erase social inequalities So \
Home can
Hospital Nursing Employees. and superior they
The Manifesto, adopted by the National Black Economic De-
Rather than them this fundamental which shouldbe to insure that children from
velopment Conference meeting in Detroit two weeks ago, Includes grant right are taking special steps poorer 'i';
a demand for $500,000,000 in reparations to be paid by guaranteed to all Americans, Governor Robert E. McNair families get special, "more than equal," schooling to com- ;:

the churches and synagogues of America for their part in and the hospital trustees have decided to use repressive forceto pensate for their less favored backgrounds. :

centuries of economic exploitation of black people. crush the strike.An unconstitutional court order has limited They way they are going about this has some lessons for t

The National Committee of Black Churchmen backing the the number of pickets at the struck hospitals to 10, spaced 20 us, too. Too often such compensatory education just becomes apolitical !i

demands of Forman and calls him a moderndayprophet. yards apart. Scabs have been brought in to replace the 500 football here in America, with the real Issues obscured ',

The NCBC urges "black caucuses and the black denominations workers on strike. A state of emergency has been declaredand by fights about bussing or other schemes. :I

to play major roles in interpreting the Justness, humane- 600 arrests the city has have been been transformed into an armed camp. Over What the Israelis are doing is to quietly saturate schools ti;
made. There have already been Instances -
ness, the theological soundness of the black manifesto" and
of violence. in poor neighborhoods with special services. Students attend- "

calls strategies on them to "accept to obtain the the responsibility funds which to develop the" It Is clear that it takes more than the death of a great man; ing such schools start earlier, with compulsory kindergarten, ;;:!
necessary are remanded. to make | and must stay in school longer about two years more than ,
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the
But Dr. J. H. Jackson, president of the National Baptist some people see need for social justice. Does not I .I
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Governor McNair see that the obstinacy of Mayor Henry LoebIn i children going to other schools.
Convention, does not see it quite that way The big and pow- \
erful NBC has issued a plea for "freedom of worship In the Memphis a year ago produced only violence, Dr. King's; They are introducing a longer school day, too, for poor ;;
Riverside Church and in all America." death, and ultimately riots in over 100 cities?Does not President neighborhoods. They are aware that shutting down the schools ;;'(

Dr. Jackson's statement called for the correction of all Nixon, who ignored the strike when he passed through at three o'clock as we do, only sends children back to homes f.

the errors, evils, and imperfections in life, and for equality Charleston a week ago on his way to the Kentucky Derby,, that lack study facilities. So the kids stay in school and tie ,;!,1;'

of opportunity for all people, better housing, better jobs, realize that he cannot possible hope to nring American together teachers tutor them. .1:1:,

better education as well as the release from hunger and the If he shuts his eyes to the plight of the poor and the exploited The teachers are, of course,paid extra for their extra time, ,,4

abolition of poverty in America. But he said the NBC is not ? Must these men see blood in the streets before they are and their union backs the program.Most teachers accept the I 1

for the abridgementor the abolition of any of the basic free- moved to grant human beings what is theirs by right of citizenship fact that they play a key role in this developing society, and '
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doms for which this nation stands. The National Baptist Con- they welcome the chance to develop the talents of their stu
vention took a firm stand against the Invasion and the disrup- But there is no need for total despair On the contrary the dents. They lack the "combat" mentality of too many American -

tion of the Riverside Church services because it was In vio- alliance that has been forged In Charleston between the civil teachers in slum schools. ':

lation of the freedom of assembly and the freedom of worship.Foreman's rights movement and the labor movement is powerful enough/:
manifesto, even though supported by the much to hold out and win. This alliance has been victorious in thpast. '. There is another side to education in Israel. That is the
In her adult education needed by a nation that is still ab "y
speech programs
Mrs.
smaller'' NCBC, will not get very far with the powerful NBC King recalled the events of ten yearsago
in New York when 3,500 black and Puerto Rican sorbing immigrants from all over the world.
.bucking It. All we see In the future is a bigger split among hospital J JI
black churches In America. workers, who were earning as little as $32 a week, success-
visited one center in Jerusalem that was teaching Hebrewto ri
fully struck for
higher wages It rj: union recognition
called that strike "a struggle for union and human Dr. King new immigrants. There were 28 people in the class, from :;
rights"The about 20 different countries and India to'France '
EOF/ Keeps Poverty Program same struggle was carried on last year in Memphis, and ranging from Bolivia
it is continuing today in and Russia. None spoke Hebrew,but the teacher started -
The Metro Commission voted 4-3 on Wednesday to with- 'Charleston.
with a few words and after awhile communicating -
they were
I think It is ,
draw their proposed ordinance to take over administration of appropriate that Mrs. King made her appeal for '
Dade's Poverty Program. We think this was a wise decisionand the workers of Charleston at a dinner honoring. Philip Randolph with each other, and learning.

commend the four commissioners who cast the favorable who, she noted, was largely responsible for the success I couldn't 'help thinking that in Israel it is accepted that

votes. of the New York strike a decade ago,and whose entire life has you can take 28 people from different cultures, all speaking '

Black people of this community have been protesting the been devoted to the liberation of black people through the establishment different languages, and teach them. Here in American It

Metro takeover ever since It was proposed.Manygrass roots of a .Negrolaboralliance.. Mr. Randolph's re- takes an immense effort simply to convince people that I,

citizens have become involved for the first time in community marks at the dinner area fitting tribute to the hospital workers middle class white children and poor black children can be

action in this program. It is a good healthy sign, because of Charleston. "Like a mountain stream that grows In size taught In the same classroom.

poor people are the targets of the programand must be madeto and momentum as It rushes downward," he said, "the strug- I visited Israel to present a paper on technology and employment
feel a part of it and not shut out. gle of the Negro masses for social and economic equality has to
an international conference sponsored by the American
It is only right that the present advisory board retain the become irrepressible. From Memphis,Tennessee to Charleston Foundation on Automation and headedby

reins of the program. Mrs. Marie Carl and Attorney James South Carolina, They cannot now be satisfied with any- bor mediator Theodore Employment, dele-
Kneel. Others in the American
Matthews are two proven leaders, and poor people are ade- thing less than total liberation." I think It would be well for gation
Including businessmen unionists and civil rfgbts-
quately represented on the board. Let's hope we get a unani- the Governor of South Carolina and the president of the United workers ,
were as impressed Israel's devotion
I
States as was by
to heed the
OK from the words of Mrs.
mous commission on May 28. King and Mr.
Randolph and to
act swiftly so that violence can be avoided developing the potentials of its people. Next week Til discuss
James Farmer Was Mild MilitantJames be made a reality and social justice other areas in which we can learn a thing or two from
this small nation.

Farmer will speak at Florida Memorial College the
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evening or May 17.

Mr. Farmer Is currently assistant Secretary of Health,

Education and Welfare in the Nixon administration,and he was Black

supported In his effort for election to the United States Con- Profiles Of Courage I

gress from New York City by the Republican party

Mr. Farmer will be remembered as the former national By LOU LUTOUR
... . .
director of CORE of Racial who led -
(Congress Equality) the A. pnuip
Kanaoipn, president of A. Philip Randolph
famous Freedom Ride to Jackson, Mississippi In 1961 and International President of the Brotherhood Institute led their income.

was arrested and sentenced to 40 days In jail. Car Porters, and the only black vice president of of Sleeping A. Philip Randolph will always be remembered as the first

He was arrested once again in Plaque mine, La., where, is one of the most respected black militant but AFL-CIO, Negro to plan a massive march on Washington, when In 1941

after having tear gas and electric prods used against him, he militant-civil rights leader. At one time he, a non-violent the defense factories were booming, but Negroes were not
was
described
was arrested again for "disturbing the peace and obstructingthe "the most dangerous Negro In America" when as among those receiving the high wages workers were being paid.
he
sidewalk." in Cleveland, Ohio against American spoke out His plan threw government officials and even Mrs. RooseveltInto

He was also arrested In New York City at the opening day War D.He participation in World a panic, and pressure was brought for him to call off the

of the World's Fair when he led a demonstration against the has march. But with < civil rights_agencies as the NAACP and the

discrimination and segregation practiced by many of the States against racism courageously violence fought P jf\ \ National Urban League behind him, A. Philip Randolph agreed
exhibiting at that time. and to call off the demonstration only after president Roosevelt
segregation for over half
Mr. Farmer was known to be an "activist," and any re- a established the first Fair Employment Committee. Then 22
century. In 1917 he founded
spectable individual who Identified with CORE was considered magazine The a years later when the Civil Rights Act of 1964 was pending before
Messenger the
by the "establishment" to be a leftist or "militant." Congress 75 issueda
' lone voice that spoke to Philip Randolph at the young age of
Wouldn't It be nice If we could turn the clock back to those readers in its demands 20,000 for oft call to Negroes, liberals and unionists to march on the na

days, just eight years ago, deal with that kind of militancy, cial change. In 1925 he be-so- tion's capital. And on August 28, 200,000 civil rights partisans

which was a warning then and start from that point. came the leader of the, black and white made a "March on Washington" in

I The kind of militancy then is mild to what we now have and to organize predomi-campaign a quiet, dignified manner which moved the nation as well as

towards what we be heading.It Congress and the
may nantly Negro sleeping 1964 Civil Rights Act was passed.
is our understanding that both the mlldNAACP and CORE car
porters; and for 10 bat- The latest establishment
are losing strength, and that new forms of militancy are in years venture of this great man was the
tled 'of
the railroad the of
the offing which make the protest movement of Mr. Farmer's"activist" companies A. Philip Randolph Institute In 1966 for the purpose
before
the
Brotherhood of serving
past'temperate in comparison.The civilrlghtsactivists.Aprill5,1969A.PhUlpRandoJJ
Sleeping Car Porters
public Is Invited to bear what Mr. Farmer has to'say. won cer- his 80th birthday with New York'sGov rnorRocke
It might very well be an opportunity to hear this "activist" in tification and collective bargaining feller declaring that day "A Philip Randolph Day' with sev-

this administration "tell it as It is" now so that proper atti- in a few years under eral naUon-wlde< testimonials In his honor and by enjoying

tudes may be encouraged to preserve community peace and his superb leadership, the world-wide tributes receivedbvhlm Hefsknownas the "dew(

interaction. sleeping car porters quadrupA.. PHILIP RANDOLPH of civil rights" and we will ever respect A. Philip Randolph.

as a militant, but non-violent, civil rights leader.





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r THE MIAMI TIMES, FrIday, May 16, 1969 5

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I Facts Not Fiction 'I They Don't Like His Crime Busting Priority

LEON J. ELL

f *THE DEPREDATIONS OF THE
WHAT THE BLACK PEOPLE SHOULD KNOW ABOUT ZION- REQUESTED MILLIONS
r ISM, ITS OBJECTIVES, AND ITS IMPLICATION TO THE TO CRUSH ORGANIZED HAFIA ARE SERIOUSfOF COURSE I
STATUS OF THE AMERICAN NEGRO. CRIME BUT THAT ISN'T WHAT THE I

\ We often read statements by black militants, especially PUBLIC WORKED UPABOLI7;SAYS
those who belong to the Muslim sects, against ferael and the
"i, Zionist movement. I sincerely believe that the antagonism CLAYTON FRITCHEV OFTHEN.Y.
t towards Israel and Zionism on the part of the Muslims or f POST'AMERICANS HAVE COME TO
\' other black militants is due entirely to ignorance and miscon-
t ception. Most of the non-Jewish people, black and white, are ii. ACCEPT THIS HIND OF CRIME$

\\ under the mistaken idea that Zionism was a recent development :- .., AN I/NFORTUNATEPART OF
r and an Injustice to the Arb world,and that the Israelies ...." .' ,.
are Interlopers to Palestine and have usurped the land from u.s.LIFE:

\,,J( me Arabs. Nothing can be further from the truth.Ishallthereforeattempttogiveabrlefsketch fi d Y IIII 1>>i.u 5


of the events ... .;'L"I cx I.,)
that shaped the history of the Jewish people, generally, and ....wt,1"II1r..4d1i.1... j......'::':...',:,: '.,.. ,I
t'
:::11 Israel, specifically \' .. ... :J
'1''
All through the ages, the prophetic: clarion declaration that 1'! 'lJ.,1
mere shall be a return for the people of Israel after a long ;
\ period of exile and persecution,was always uppermost in their I
:, minds. The prophecies: that the land will lie desolate and bar
ren, and the Lord shall eventually gather the children of Israel
back to the land promised to their sire, Abraham; that they
': will again make It young and fertile, and that the dry bones of tLegislators
decadence and devastation shall take on living flesh; that the
:1 children of Israel wlllbe the breath of life to that long desolate :'
I and drought-stricken land that was once flowing with milk and .
honey was never forgotten.

lt: All through the centuries of dispersion, every religious
J
Jew prayed daily for the realization of the prophecy: of ingath
"r ering. All through the ages, the right to the land was never
:''f relinquished nor was it ever free Jewish habitation. Through
:" the millenniums of persecution and wandering, the children of
Israel remembered the declaration, forget you 0 Zion,
,"', shall my right arm wither. .ooH

111, During the endless time of wandering, there arose, from
;. time to time, dreamers with promises of redemption and re
,:l turn. Cabalists exercised their minds In an attempt to figure
-!". out from the Bible the year of return and succeeded by mental
It1! gymnastics to support one or another claimant to redemptive Pledge To Keep
1.,' powers only to be pitted against reality and thrown into the
despair of failure.

The most recent one was Sabbatai Zevi, known as the "false FAMU SeparateTALLAHASSEE ; ,
messiah". In the middle of the 17th century, his followers, .
I through cabalistic interpretation, were convinced that he was
Some 50 Included in the alumni Schultz DRepresentativefrom out his alma
:. the redeeming messiah. group lag mater.He rejected y;
outstanding graduates of Introduced by James Gant, Duval County told the audience ) the idea of such a move
.1
Florida A&M University were pres ident of the National that it's important tobe asking that FAMU remain an
Hundreds of thousands of Jews all over the world were encouraged presented to the members of FAMU General Alumni Association revelant today to the changing autonomous institution in the
;', to dream and to believe in his mission, only to find ,the Florida Legislature as were 20 graduates times and society."Ihope that, state system. A role and scope ;
that when he finally arrived in Turkey, along with thousands they visited FAMU during from industry and governmentsent FAMU Is providing the typeof study for FAMU is presently f
'. of his followers, and the then Sultan of Constantinople gave "Know Your Institution Day" by their firm to conducta training and programs that being reviewed by the Florida
i him the choice, of either becoming a Moslem or be executed, recently. two-day new career opportunities will meet the times and needsof Board of Regents, governing
, he turned Moslem. His followers were so convinced of his Nearly 1,000 persons garnered conference. this great state." body for all state universities.The .
y divine powers and scheme thattheyeventhenbelievedthathis In Lee HallAuditoriumto Florida is facing a lack of Both speakers followed legislators also toured
' conversion was part of a divine plan of redemption, and they hear the legislative leadersof adequate education In a timeof FAMU president Benjamin L. the campus and chatted with
I followed suit. For decades the Jewish people were torn asunder the two houses express a desire transition, said presidentof Perry Jr.who said that he hope alumni, friends, faculty, staff,
in disputation to whether Shabbethai Zevi was the re to continue FAMU as a Senate John E. Matthews that the legislature was not and students during a recep
deemer. The only thing that kept the Jews of the world together separate institution in the D-Senator from Duval County. thinking of merging or phas- tion.
Ii was their Joint misery and oppression in all the lands in which State University System of "We are not thinking of closing
they dwelled. It took decades of argumentation and disputations Florida. Constant rumors any of our institutions of
I, to finally completely eradicate the belief that Shabbethal have been spread that FAMU higher learning," he said. PHIL OSSOFER I IThe
Zevi was the anointed one.They never,however,gave up their would be phased out or merge "We are endeavoring to
firm belief that sooner or later, in God's will and time, they ed with Florida State University strengthen those now In exis world is a garden and minds these weeds which
would be redeemed from bondage and returned to the land of which Is also located in tence."
choke off the of
I we, as husbandsmenhave, thoughts unity
their Tallahassee. Speaker of House Fred
fathers. been made its stewards. Thus and respect for our fellowmen.
far we have allowed the weedsof It Is only mind s so purged
greed, prejudice and selfishness that can bring Into fruition the
choke out the multi lovely garden of world peace.
If President Nixon And Dr. Joseph H. Jackson colored beauty of our garden. Surely, even those of the
The time has come for us to South whose minds are clogged
pullout all the obnoxious with the weeds of separation
President Richard M.Nixon ganization, which Is the largest weeds, in order that our God- desire world peace. They
has publicly announced his single group of Negro given garden may become a Just don't seem to know thatit
support of the National Unity Christians, would employ high 9 garden of peace, In which all Is these very weeds which
Drive sponsored by the National school and college students mankind can live and grow in are keeping us from attainingthat
Baptist Convention USA, around the country to carry w loving harmony.In much-needed peace. Let
Inc., which is the largest Negro the Unity message to grass us pray that all may recognizethe
organization in the nation. root people across the nation. our section of this gardenthe importance of removing
deep rooted weeds of racism these deterrents to mankind's
Launched recently by Rev. The full-time summer staff must be pulled out. It is goal. *
Dr. Joseph: H. Jackson,president are to contact service organizations these weeds which keep the By casting out their long
of to National Conventionand fraternal groups, different colored flowers of dead traditions of superiorityand
pastor of Olivet Baptist youth agencies, churches inanef.fort and- humanity from Interminglingand Inferiority by color,roots
Church, Chicago, the Unity their religious bodies becoming a garden of and all, they will clear away ,
campaign has been endorsedby to rally our cultural, beauty and love. To success the weedy debris that now
nearly 30,000 churches; moral, economic, political, fully finish this arduous but keeps our garden of world
28,000 ministers, and more and spiritual strength for solutions much-needed task, we must peace from blossoming Into
than six and a half million to the many problemsthat first cast out from our own full bloom.
persons who make up the Baptist divide us.President "
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National Convention. ,
Nixon stated In
National Unity Is designedto his letter to Dr. Jackson, who ; SUBSCRIPTION ORDERi
"save the soul of this Nation has been president of the Baptist \\\i Times
through the practice of Convention since 1953, 6530 NW 15th Avenue
Justice, freedom, and equalityfor that he strongly concured In Miami Florida 33W
all Americans" in spirit the organization's sentimentthat ,
of goodwill. all Americans must..rise 4
above race, creed, and partyIn Enclosed please find the sum of $5.00 1
It Is an attempt by the Negro order to work together to to cover the cost of a one year subscriptionto
organization to bridge the preserve this Nation as a "
gap between black and white democratic and Just society."I ready screened by the Negro sey. the Miami Times.
Americans, as well as, an effort organization for summer The recruitment campaign I

the races to'reduce and heal tension battle between scars such an wholeheartedly objective," the support letter work. Dr. Jackson saidhls of is being directed by ouicers Moll Paper To c

suffered during the Negroes' said, "and wish you great flee has received applications of the convention, and Ad
struggle for equality.Dr. success its achievement.In your efforts" to seek from "as far away as Cali- churches, ministers, and CIt,. 5'.0IIC"0_ ; r

Jackson said that his or- Student applicants are al- forma, Alabama,and New Jer- school placement services. 1.------------------NNN



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THE-p- .MIAMI. TIMES. Friday. May 16, 1969 A A
\ Baritone In Free .RecifeAt UM


Baritone Eugene Holmes of

the University of Miami music
faculty will give a recital at

8:30 p.m. Saturday, May 24 in

.BY CLARICE LITTLES '_ Beaumont Lecture Hall, main

Miami Times Society EditorNASSAU campus
Admission is free and the
-Whether you're here for relaxation or in searchof public is invited. The pro-

more strenuous activity, there's never a dull moment for gram is part ot the U M' s
visitors to the Bahamas. A few members of my family Jettedto Faculty Recital Series.
Nassau to attend the dedication of a park named for our Holmes, who has sung with

maternal grandfather, The Rev. Marshall M. J. Cooper, first the NewYorkCityOperaCompany -
black Anglican priest in the Bahamas. fl and San Francisco Opera

Jefrey M. Thompson, minister of Development and Houseof Company, will sing "Sentonel
Assembly member from the Fort Fincastle constituency, core" by Allessandro Scar
suggested the idea of naming the park after Rev. Cooper to the latti, "Presto, presto 11 m'in-

Ministry of Works. namore" by Giovanni Battista
Saturday, May 10, was Constitution Day in the Bahamas,.a Mazzaferrata, "Hal gia vinatla -'- ,
fitting day for the dedication of the park. causa?" from The Marralge EUGENE HOLMES
Among those attending the dedication from Miami were
Ama-
Wolfgang
of Figaro by Ziegler, who Joined the
Rev. Charles F. Cooper, Editor H. E. S. Reeves, Kathleen f deus Mozart, "Sechs Liedervon Music faculty in 1967 as UM di-
Cooper, Cleo Jollivette and L 48)) by Ludwig -
Gellert" (Op. rector of the
opera theatre.An
If you have missed anyone from the scene more than likely the aria
van Beethoven; ; outstanding
they are vacationing in Nassau. Walking along the beach I ran "Cortigiani, vll razza" from eratic coach accompanist and op-
into Walter Knowles...at the MayFair I saw Winifred Morley Verdi Four conductor,
Rigolletto by she coached Holmes
Johnson, Martha McKenzie and Gloria Morley who were in "La VieAnterieure" for eight
Songs, "Extase", Holmes
Nassau for the funeral of their aunt, Eva Dames. Mom Morley and years. sang his first
jetted over on Friday also. . Mrs. Sadie Nairn was visitingher et, la"Soupir"douche" by opera role under Miss Ziegler's -
"La Vague
baton
in
"Gianni
daughter, who is now a resident of Nassau. Schi-
Also seen in Nassau were the Ed MlnorsBabe James) from Henri Duparc, "The Assassination" cchl" by Puccini with the St.

Florida A&M.Congratulations. by NormanDelloJoio, Louis Grand Opera Guild in
"Shadrack" by McGimsey,
to the teens who helped to make Teen Help 1960.
", f',, "Didn't It Rain", arranged by
Day a success on Saturday. : ,
(
H. T. Burleigh, and "Ain'tGot
After a stay in Jackson Hospital, Mrs. Rosettat "" '.".'''''',,."..,.. .......,.,,f.I.. (n. ...._.J__L ... .. r ) : Time to Die", arrangedby o

,Jackson Is recuperating athome.A.Victor Morley is at home Hall Johnson.

after minor surgery. . Get well wishes to William Johnsonat Butts Isaacs NuptialsMiss Holmes Joined the UM
Jackson. School of Music faculty as

This is National Hospital Week. Christian Hospital Acting Mamie L. Butts, Miss Sheila Bowers In white visiting lecturer in applied
Administrator W. C. Cogdell invites the public to visit their daughter of Mrs. Corine Butts swiss dotted gown. music,in September, 1963. He: NUKAIRNUplI
community hospital during this week and see the many improvements was married Saturday, April Three brldemaids were has performedwiththeMetro-:

'. made. 26, to Mr. Van James Isaacs, clad in yellow Swiss dotted politan Opera National Tour-
EYC members and their sponsors are to be congratulatedfor in Holy Redeemer Catholic gowns. The Junior brides- ing Company, CincinnatiSym-l
honoring the mothers of the Episcopal Church of The Incarnation Church. maids and matron of honor phony, St. Louis Symphony,
on Sunday. They presented each mother with a long- The bride is a graduate of were clad in green swiss dot- Seattle Symphony, and La-

stemmed red or white carnation. Special honors were given Miami Northwestern Sr. High ted gowns and all were toppedby Crosse, Wisconsin Symphony,
Mrs. Hubert Newton and Mrs. Williams. School and a former studentof yellow and white daisies has given recitals in Pasadena

Miami-Dade Jr. College. worn in the hair. The flower Indianapolis, Sacra-
An enjoyable weekend in Apopka was the reason Oliver and Mr. V. Isaacs is a former girl, Miss Fatima Martins was mento, Phoenix, Los Angeles,
Lee Guions were absent from home. student of Nassau, Bahamasand dressed in yellow. The groom Chicago and Toronto. He records
Mr. Samuel Glenn is recuperating at home after a heart a graduate of M-DJC. and the escorts were dressedin for Avant Garde

attack. The bride's gown was en- double-breasted tuxedos. Records. Inc. of New York.

THE END OF THE ROAD IS BUT A BEND IN THE ROAD hanced by a Spanish comb The bride was given in Critics have praised Holmesas

When we feel we have nothing left to give and we are sure which gave height to lace,train matrimony by Mr. James a firm,resonant lyric baritone Is tvyhly lh dica fd to h lpr.itord
that the "song has ended" . When our day seems over and length mantilla carried by Isaacs (brother of the groom). possessor of a beautiful d*' >'::. hair growth Onj
the shadows fall and the darkness of night has descended. . voice, and a singing actor of 5))i v.r /, v if.t *f c1 uif; eft pay*
Where can we go to find the strength to valiantly keep on high quality.He dfcWff, rttfiy scalp untf'fpH' J JXempfe
trying. .0' Where can we find the hand that will dry the tears First Annual Pink Tea Successs"A will be accompanied at

mat me heart is crying. . There's but one place to go and Symphony in Pink"seems was indeed a success. The the piano by Miss Dorothy
that is to God and, dropping all pretense and pride. . We
to be an appropriate Church of the Open Door is r
can pour out our problems without restraintand
gain strength theme for the firstAnnual pink expressly grateful to all of Its
with Him at our side . And together we stand at lire's Gef
Tea given recently by the members, guests, program [
crossroads and view what we think is the end. . But God hasa F SLICK BLACK Add
Church of the Open Door. The participants, and to God for
much bigger vision and He tells it's
A
us Only Bend. . For
total setting was reminiscentof providing us with a few hours 1 DOUBLE ACTION '
the road goes on and is smoother and the in
the
"pause song"Is '
a great symphony depiciting of beautiful weather for a delightfully /COLORS GRAY KAIRtUQC(
"a rest" . And the part that's and unfinished is
unsung
an array of soft colors harmo- beautiful evening. 2 MESSES HAIR IN PUKE't
the sweetest and richest and best. . So rest and relax and nized by the mingling of varied % ' ,
grow stronger-Let Go and Let God share your load . Your shades of Five roundtables

work is not finished or ended, you've Just come to "A Bend In beautifully pink. dressed in : @......... .. ..
,The Road". Helen Steiner Rice
Congratulations to Samuel 0. Rogers,newly named directorof acrete full length skirts bright pink
linings, draped and rR

Commerce.We Manpower. Programs for the Greater Miami Chamber of nylon scalloped net, were with flanked a softer around pink : _RNSAL YI


salute the new Silver Knights Patricia Idlette, drama a maypole with streamers of tR

and Rufus Ferguson, athletics. Congratulations. Rufus will deeper shades of orchid,blue, it { f

spend this summer working as a page in the U. S. Senate. green, black,and pinkattachedto :::: # M
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Mrs. Lemuel Moncur (Florence) and Mrs. William Edwards each on the table.tables The added centerpieces 't.:I c s 2 BIG DAYS :::::::f:

(Ardle Bell) recently attended the Daughters' of the exquisite touch which an I I
King's Diocesan Assembly at Camp Wingman, Avon Park, expressed -
Florida. the individuality of the 11 m1 ( ik Friday Saturday
groups which sponsored them. {l{ \ 11iii1[[

Alpha Kappa Sorority Inc. at Bethune-Cookman College Guest hostesses served the i i i f !ii!i
* Mother's last honoring students tables
presented a Day program Friday eloquently. Bouquets of 1 1000
and Instructors who have exemplified the finer qualitiesof flowers everywhere seemed to !w. ./, Dresses m
Individuals. One of the forty six so honored was John E. glow with the enchantment of T
Culmer n. His mother Mrs. John E. Culmer (Leome) and the evening. I Values To $16.99

sister Angela were present for the occasion. The program, which offereda
variety of music by group JR. PETITES JUNIORS *
Attending the American College of Obstetricians and Gyne- MISSEY U SIZES m
and individual artists was }
an
cologists at the Americana Hotel this past week were Doctors
extra added delight of the '
Etherlene Jones Crockett and Etherlene Crockett Jones of
Detroit, Michigan, leaving behind to keep home fires burning evening.and Creative choral dancing, I < I
string renditionswere
Judge George W. Crockett who was a former practitioner of interspersed ( =r
" law in Jacksonville with Judge Lawson E. Thomas The mo- two hours. throughoutthe 88 84I ,

ther and daughter doctors were entertained with a dinner at The 3 .,586
the Thomases home.Houseguestlng highest perfection of the i. I
Pink
Tea was achieved through ( .
with the Lawson E. Thomases (Eugenia) are .the large attendance of the ::::;;;. ", > I ( ,
George and Mercedes Whitfield of Brooklyn. Many social activities guests and members who :::1:1:: 'I' , .:;;:;::
::1:::
were given for them, including clubhouse West Flag- were beautifully attire in 1 111: SALE :::
ler Kennel spring colors but STARTS FRIDAY 9:30: A. M j1 1
Club opening party given by the Eddie (Lizzie) particularly -


v } Franklin The andfacultyofHolmesElementarySchoolwill The in symphonic first annual pinks.Pink Tea ::1:1 1:t1;::1 f, 45 W. Flagler :;;, Y! :Ii:::::

b Principal Thena Crowder with a retirement iiimi
Sunday
,
program .....,.. 585 i !
I May 25th. :::::::: NE 7 9', .........
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CARVER CLASS OF 49 [:i:1:1::= B'aeo'ft.'
j'f f Roland and Pearl Donathan hosted a luncheon for the Shopping Plata h LI &1/ 1i i::
I family after the ceremonies at the Sheraton British Colonial :ii ii1! :;;' ' 1 r

i Hotel. the The Crusaders class of 1949 of, who George are : ':". i,I' ,1350, NE, ,163' ,Rd/IJ;;: : if 1 : ,t "....:.

Washington Carver High I r
" J School of Miami will hold a : J I

Miami Ads Don'f Cost meeting at 11515 SW 139th MAYS
Terrace on May 17 at 8 p.m. DRESSESJ i .. ) ,: :::;::::
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.THE MIAMI TIMES, Friday,.Moy 16, 1969

I 13 Miamians To Get B-CC Degrees-; Gov. Kirk Is SpeakerA .

keynote address by the Richard J. Washington-

Honorable Claude R. Kirk,Jr., ami; Larry E. Williams, Mi-
Governor, State of Florida and f ami; Sharon Davis, Miami;
the awarding of 200 degressat Mattie L. Johnson,Opa-locka;
10 a.m. Monday, May 26 Oleatha M. Poole, Opa-locka;
during Commencement Exer- Alfred N, Thomas, Miami; and ,
cises in Moore Gymnasiumwill Albert Wright, Miami.
climax a week of gradua-

tion activities. BY STANLEY 'SWEETS''SWEETINt.<*
The STOP! LOOK I LISTEN!
Baccalaureate address .FaW UNE-0-TYPE
will be delivered by The Right All classmates of the class

Reverend George N. Collins, of 1959 Miami Northwestern
LITTLE RED BOOK Hurrahs and hallelujahs go from
THE :
Presiding invited to
Bishop, Eleventh are cordially attend
this corner to Sigma Gamma Rho sorority for a Job well done.
Episcopal District, African the reunion program at North-
Methodist Episcopal 9CLAUDE western, on June 6 at 1 p.m. We're chanting about the Bayfront Parkaudit's I

Church, Jacksonville, on Sun- The speaker will be Dr. Melvin extravaganza last Friday evening
that was highlighted with a cast of 157 14-
day, May 25, at 3 p.m. Covington.
_._ year-old Ninth Grade lassies (representing -
Other activities scheduled --- It is most Important that all 1 '
earlier in the week are Senior R. KIRK, JR. BISHOP G.N. COLLINS class members attend the almost every high school In Dade Cowry) r
that flooded this social arena during
Chapel Monday, May 19, at 10 Dr. and Mrs. Richard V. receive Bachelor of Arts and meeting on May 17, at 8 p.m. Gamma's Sixth annual huge Rhomania "Buds ofSpring"
a.m. followed by the tradi- Moore will greet the seniorsat Bachelor of Science degrees. at the Natural-look Barber
This 1969 version of 'Buds' was
tional tree planting ceremony. the president's home at 8pm They are: Shop, 17th Ave. and 42nd St. l few
spectacular. Very
A beach outing is scheduled Thursday evening L. Miami Business of great importance an unforgettable
May Mary Morgan, ; events if have ever surpassed this '69 .,
any,
Tuesday May 20 at 9 22 will be discussed.
a.m. A Student AchievementHour Jacqueline A. LewisOpa-
The annual Candlelightlng is scheduled at 10 a.m. locka; Mildred C. Peters, Mi- ...........:................ edition.in 'After With Five'as toggery many young to escort laddies these present bud-

Service (Senior Consecration) Saturday, May 24. ami; Abraham J.Thomas, Mi- GO TO CHURCH s' :ling cuties, the auditorium was a 'flowered paradise'.
will be at 7 p.m. Wednesday Thirteen Miamians are ami; Ronald Harrison, Miami; i SUNDAY I I
evening, May 21. the 200 candidates to Kenneth Muir Miami
M.
among ; ........................... PARENTAL AND VISITATION expressions were more than
favorable But from the very first note struck by Billy Rolle's

combo, in prelude,thru the welcoming address by soror Christine t
Eve; followed by the melodious strains of"A Rose In The
.i Bud" as chirped by sorors Evelyn Best and Azalina pinkney
:
: ;
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.. 'I.t! <, ,\\OZ I" Jr.'j'y :\ :10 E;' 'Hj : .;,,: concluded by a real tear-Jerking performance via "Waltz of

. The Buds" .. the Buds of dance. choreo-
Spring special as
iU '
: ;I Come "
in
j '1\\ ; ,: ,. !' on V.: .'''' '' graphed by soror Katie Williams;then engraved into the Buds'
:, I; , Ir% ,J'I'!;' ". I I'' 't presentation to parents; anchored by their dance with fathers,
'
"" ''rs " H then escorts; add to all this the special acts by the Baby Sen-
sV'': :': 4 + :.: ,ii "Jf t are great.J;} shots by Bill Harris of Glamour Studios .. all this provideda

;: ". I' 1\1\ ,' full, hectic but ,unforgettable evening for soror Verneka
i, "" Silva and her hard-working staff from Gamma Delta Sigma
i: , ::' !' : :" chapter. The 'Buds banquet at Toby's Restaurant the following
I
ill v ',I, .' 1. noon climaxed an event that rated a page in our record book.
'f' *
t: Save on no-iron sheets ih) :::111I!} : I". '

. I' :1:, by Cannon and Fieldcrest '" ." ,
I. ': NOTES ON A NAPKIN: Pearl Bailey's mother ailing. .
: ,- fluff dry towels , =\\li:,ya I";;",, ".>\",,",:iI'rJlhi": !:, ,: I>;, .7,1" ,: Sugar Ray Robinson's son Ray 2nd, working at Salvation discotheque -

:,,' ",'" no-iron "'f "; 'I ..Cab Galloway says he'll quit show biz after 'Hello
spreads 1::r
t, ,; ',',::1' "t\i\\ Dolly' closes. ..FlipWilsonsays'It's Standing Room Only at
': ,\
;i, :fr ,i" no-iron tablecloths ,I ,'1, : / sit-ins' ..Roosevelt Crier Hapsburg with Loretta Leverettof

,, "r other Items "' ,.' ,' ,'.'" ,I;.,, Merv Griffin show Jac Dempsey says Quarry must
,
many
,1 I : flatten Frazier in early rounds . Duke of Windsor will be

:.r:,(;;{,' . i' :,;X:!<,;, 75 in June. .. Joe Namath introduced his dad to Dionne War'r
< t '> ::1\j\, ', I ,I; "I" ,," .1' wick among others.
" ,:' '. '

,,' linens and domestics, at all/ 7 Burdine's. stores. SALT WATER TAFFY: Albertha Duncombe to Nassau. .
. 't, The Alfonso Burnsldes expanded their Golden Glades wigwam
. Vivian Audrey Wilkerson with kiddies Andre and Shauna $
left on a return flight to Honolulu, Hawaii May 9 to rejoin
hubby and' other members of her family, after a visit here
k from her adopted new state. . Former Miamians Leroy and
Theresa LaFleur and daughter Lori (now Detroiters) down
from the Motor City visiting Leroy's mother Mrs. Thelma
LaFleur and Theresa's ditto Mrs Clara Collins. A Pan-Am
hop over to Nassau-in-the-Bahamas for two days climaxed"a

delightful stay".


THE WEEK'S WASH: Serena Smith's daughter Carolyn and
131Jie Hazel Lightbourn's son Cary Hampton became Man and Wife

May 1. .The DavJdIris)Colebrookes Jr.'a daughter Nancy,
has her second. It's another son, tagged Lambert, born May
5 in Jackson Memorial. Her first is Lawrence Karl. . The
Allan Deleveaux' (she's Doris Jackson) family Is now three,
via a baby daughter Karletta Trenise, born April 27 in Mt
Sinai hosp weighing 8 lbs . .Winifred Gabriel bedded in Key
=4IJI
avHqE West's Monroe General after major surgery.


ogeJOe A STUFF AND SUCH: Vernon Miller has given up his teachingand
counseling assignments to join Jackson Memorial staff

as Educational Co-ordinator . Veteran St Agnes colorful
"'--.t"" drum major Campbell Jones, passed last Saturday convalescent <
J
:y. a.. .. : home. The dad of Benjamin and Herbert Jones, the
,. 'major' had lost his sight before confinement.The elder Jones
was a fixture with the St Agnes' Cornet Band. We shall miss

him . Murdered patrolman Leroy LaFleur's son Leon will
be 23 Saturday(May 17) . .Ditto Elizabeth Llgbtbourn Smith
-- but a little older.

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SCRATCH MY BACK: James (Buster) Collie and Thelma
Carey lost their step-father Wilbur Smith on May 8 at VetI
I I ? erans' hosp following a stroke to the brain while on the Job at

WCKT (channel 7)) -. first Negro employee there. Sympathyto J
his widow Mrs Lillian Smith.. Bill Stirrup's motherinlaw
Mrs Cherry Martin broke her hip In hometown Clearwater
Daughter Juanita rushed to her bedside pronto. . Little Ava
Parker at home on the mend. .. Ditto Tom Webb at Christian {
Memorial to be released soon to his home. ,


AA O CONFIDENTIALLY YOURS: Marriott's Hot Shoppe inthe
Pan American Bldg has its first two sepia daytime cashiers. I

r ,ll+, b y ;k They're Loretha Barnes and Joan Anderson. . Atty James
Matthews' wife, pert Hazel Matthews' mother over from Orlando j

for Mother's Day . And our mother Mrs Henrietta I
Sweeting offer Thank Q's to all kind friends and relatives who

remembered hereon her day -- among them: Dorothy Love,,,!
Louise Roberts, Hazel Sanders, Ellle and Violet Farrington,
the Collegians' Club, Viola Glass and the Goodwill Social and
Savings Club . Card veteran schoolmarm Marie Roberts I
of Brownsville Junior high who's ailing at home. . Joan An- 3

derson blrthdaying Friday (May 16)) . That's, it brother, ::1 i
from your one-man-newspaper, who, knows everybody and 'A
r ate everybody's racket, but who is allways giving some poor sucker -
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8 THE: MIAMI TIMES,_ .Friday. .. May 16. 1969

Channel 4 To Televise 'Black Heritage" Series_ I

to all others who wish mUiar as well as relatively
"Black A lence. This will and then
P Heritage: Historyof per group unknown black
Afro-Americans," series Include Lerone Bennett, ster- to know our history"The Americans to
to be presented be discussed In the series
Addie ReportsOn of 108 daily half-hour programs -ling Stuckey, St. Clair Drake, topics are:
Nat Turner
18-weekserleswnl Sojourner
will be broadcast in Harold Cruse,James Farmer, during the Truth,
Musical ArtsBy color on Channel 4 beginning Essien-Udom and Benjamin cover, comprehensively and Frederick Douglass, Alexander -
the history of Crummell, Henry TUT-
ADLINE PONTIPHFLET chronologically,
Monday, May 19.The program Quarles.
Ii & televised black Americans from the ner, Booker T. Washington,
will be seen Mondays through "This is the first
Saturdays at 6:15-6:45 a.m. series of lectures on the heritage African beginnings to the Ida B. Wells, W.E.B.DUBois,
from Africa present moment In the United A. Philip Randolph, Marcus
"Black replaces of Americans -
Heritage"
Musical training Is a more what the distinguished profes- in other Garvey George
well parts Padmore
of States as as ,
"Sunrise Semester" on the to be done by a group
potent Instrument than any sion really needs. Both music and of the Western hemisphere Malcolm X and Martin Luther
CBS Television Network. The outstanding black scholars
other because rhythm and har- and medicine have
somethingin of fa King Jr.
the scores -
new series was produced In artists," says Dr. Vincent Among
I mony find their way into the common. One helps to em- -
cooperation with Columbia Harding chairman of the De- -
Inward places of the soul." bellish the soul and the other, r
Plato it's temple. University. partment of History and Sociology
at Spelman College in
Is 2
Michelle's mother responsible -
-W> UJ.II--
The 18-week series will the Atlanta University Center 1i
for the lovely over-
present leading black educa- and chairman of the program's
one-shoulder sashes which
tors, writers, artists, and activists advisory board. "The pro- i FIRST RUNSHOWINGS
r our hostesses will be wearingfor
t' in a detailed examina- gram will speak first to the
the first time during the
r ; forthcoming "1969 Spring tion of the Afro-American Afro-American community

j' Concert" scheduled for Sun-
t ,
.' 1 1i. day afternoon, June 15 In the Carla Thomas FeaturedIn He finds love.,, "

1 LaRonde Room of the Fon- New Radio CommercialsFor .
tainebleau Michele herself and the adventure .
i. : Hotel. -
: Coca-Cola
will play one of the lady-
of his life in exotic
..' : f j4\"I\ in-waiting roles for the Radio commercials for > Y4sk'L

I' \' "Camelot" presentation of Coca-Cola featuring Carla Bombay! 1 M

:..,..'J..! ..,., that concert. In my book, one Thomas are now being aired
and one make alot and that's along with other youthoriented -
MICHELLE POOL what the Pooles,mean to us. tapes on radio stations r Y ..vI

The above quotation will We all wish you to please be across the country.

serve to Introduce my very happy, love one another. Miss Thomas, from Memphis Y

sweet Performing Arts So- Next week, ,Miss Germaine Tennessee,started sing- I

ciety guest, Miss Michelle Miller Ing professionally at the age
Poolc. The studio extends a special of eight and has since estab-

Michelle is the daughter of welcome to Miss Cynthia Ma- lished a successful career as i

Mr.& Mrs.M, Pool,residing at son, living at 8405 NW 24th performer and recording
21355 SW 112th Avenue, In Avenue, here in Miami. Cyn- artist. She recorded two sixty
Goulds. thia will commense her and thirty-second tapes for

seldom I thatI studies in piano and has been Coca-Cola, the first one "ice
Very may say,
can speak of someone who has invited to accept a member- Breaker" and the second with s t

made me feel as comfortableas ship with the PerformingArts Jerry Butler, "People." i )
Michelle. Society. The Brooklyn Bridge is an-
our young lady I
From the very start, she has May we also welcome Mrs. other group doing new radio commercials for Coca-Cola. I : 0

Impressed me with her rare Barbara Glenn, residing at k}F'% Suggested N RA for
faculty of personal magnatismand 2221 NW 157th Ter. in Cpalocka. ; w ence.
her driving good serf, to Mrs. Glenn is one of / $::20 Q2c

use it well.A Notre Damp, igh the leading soloists with the r-- '

School student, I Is Bethany Seventh Day Adven- &
within walking distance irom tist Church Choir of which her '
-
the studio where she indulges sponsor, Mrs. Jean Woodforkour
in both vocal and piano ( Society Librarian) is the r

studies. Only last summer,the pastor's wife. Barbara's I ;

entire project was absolutely voice, incidently, is nothing ; a. >;

strange to her and today, It's ordinary, I assure you. The
O
as if she had something to do richness of her middle range

with the discovery of these ''tones can leave you absolutely'awed. .$

particular artistic endeavors. .
"Our precious Michelle1' Is Another welcome is extended 1 I I '

not too great an endearment to Mrs. Emma Williams of I I I stI
for this lovely person. 16510 NW 24th Avenue in Opa- t

Sports and hobbies play an locka. Emma is organist in her

Important part In our guest's church, one of the mediums

lesser serious moments. She from wh ich she can express PLUS 2nd BIG HITIII!!! 10:00
quoted two favorites: Basket- her natural creative talent. 4 '* -
ball and Deck-tennis. Amongthe The studio will help her with His gun raised hell in the West!
hobbies, she likes Art, further advancement in the MAYS PERFORMANCE DURING [

(which found her painting some mechanics of the rudiments,of BLACK CULTURE WEEKThe MGMPI1IIRtI GLENN FORD r
of our banner designs for a future music.
"Camelot" presentation) Mays High Dancers will Jones, Velma Ward, Anna I I

she also likes gardening, (already Mrs Gladys Lynch,living participate in a series of program's Clark, Maggie Clark. Center: I 1 t
having heard about the 1020 NW 57th Street,has presented for black culture week. Alma Major. PANAVISION'IMETROCOLO5

nasty lawn-gentleman who cut her lovely daughter Their calendar of events are:
Kim to the studio last week. University of Miami > ,
the onion tails with the lawn- Hillel
mower) and her music whichis Kim will study piano techniqueand Foundation, 8 p.m. May 8; 'UB-C1IY:
'
by far the more serious in- basic theory until she is Leisure City Elem., 9 a.m.
terest. able to Join with our other fine May 16; Colonial Drive Elem., :f ',.: WlfUl1 ;SIi iVJ" ;'
<
Careerwise, we feel that young pianists. 1:30, May 20. DR'.lg' lN tfltATRE

we're playing an important The good news everyone is The scene above is from one < -

part in the cultivation of a that our guest from last week of their numbers "The Look
Do have GUTS
the
lovely lady-doctor. Yes, Indeed Reverend Vincent DeMeo, has of Love". It Interprets mans you to come and join the

Miss Poole speaks of agreed to write an essay for aspects of love through scubo
medicine. What with her na- us which we will Insert with diving, marriage, flowers and WEIRD RITES of GREEN BLOOD

tural ability to fondle over the our column next week. Topic: mode set.Left .
slightest detail, she may be God and Music. to right: Patricia
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THE MIAMI TIMES. Friday, May 16, 1969


Miami's New Police Chief Is

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Community Relations MindedBernard


L. Gar mire,police grams to deal'with the racial Active in civic groups Gar-

V chief of Tucson, Ariz since mixture of whites, Indians, mire belongs to the Boy Scouts
Y 1957, has been named the City Negroes and Mexican-Ameri of America, Young Men's

vJ BY DAVE BONDU of Miami's new chief police cans. Christian Association, and is
.t by City Manager M. L.Reese. He believes in new ideas an adviser to the Board of Directors -

Garmire, 53, assumes his and methods. An advocate of a of the Big Brother
7IA[ 'tL7.yQ6VETERANS new position June' 15, thus well-educated police forcehe Movement. He Is a member of

Seven o'clock In the morning, the house Is rumbling like its capping a nation-wide search persuaded University of Arizona Rotary International,the Boys

going to fall down, I was half frightened out of my wits, and by Reese since the death last 1.I officials to open a branch Club of Tucson and is on the
4 4 November of veteran police campus at the State's police board of directors of the
being half asleep I jumped out of the bed and knocked the heck -------- ---
out of my leg. I ran to the door and lo and behold, it's my son ENGAGEMENTMrs. chief Walter Headley. academy, thus giving mem- American Red Cross.
back from VietNam. Upon entering the door, he put down his Gaiter "The police in the nation are bers of his department an op-
suitcase, took off his Army coat, took off his shirt and gave Olivia proudly involved In a changing;concept portunity for a college level fAMU SetsRegistration

one great big yell. YYYYDIIPPPPEEEEEEE !III! I guess in announce her daughter the Clare engagement Marie to of of police work and I believe education. Dates
Vietnamese that means, "I'm home." that Miami will present an Garmire Installed a computerized -
I I had the Mr. Maron Edward Johnson, opportunity to develop such a communications TALLAHASSEE
guess same feelings that a great many other Regis-
families have whose loved ones are over in Viet Nam fightinga son of Mrs. Louise Johnson concept," Garmire said in accepting system In the Tucson. police tration for the fourth quarterat

war, and I guess P m one of the lucky, ones to have our son 'and the late Mr. Liverpool the $24,200a year post department, programed with Florida A&M University
Johnson.
return home. Now it's all a matter of time until he adjusts with the 916-man Miami de- current crime data,that ai- will be held June 12-14. FAMU
Clare Marie is a graduate lowed his lawmen to
himself, and as he said I have a case of beer in the box for partment. He leaves a$16,380 place will have an eight-week
I him and there's of Notre Dame Academy, Mi- position with the 409-man special coverage on hard-hit session and 10-week
-- a possibility that will have to bend to his ami quarter a
Dade Jr. College, and is areas.
other whims. I'm only glad that I don't have helmet in the Tucson force summer session.
presently attending Florida The Indiana native's
house that he can mistake for the John.' ll in ally's just nice Memorial College where Garmire, who launched his relations police Classes will begin for the
community
to have your boy back home. law enforcement career as an programIn summer on June 16. The
she is ma lor in? in elementary Tucson is now being studiedby
One of the other subjects I would like to talk about this weekis education. She was a 1965 Indiana State Trooper 32 years other law enforcement quarter will end on August 9.
these cats holding up these various truck drivers. Let me Delta debutante.Mr. ago, has forged major accomplishments
agencies..His "School Re-
pull coat brother. These truck drivers have been in Tucson.
your my Johnson is a graduate source"
project
assigns a
frightened long enough and they ain't -- AIN'T-- takln' no of Miami NorthwesternSenior The tall, graying lawmanhas 'ially trained detectives spec to mOTHACHEDon't
chances. Some trucks have in them gained a reputation as being -
security guards riding ; High School and Is presently work with students parents suffer --relieve
some trucks have German Shepherds, and most of the driversare attending Sheridan Vocational tough with reputed Mafia pain In seconds at millions do with
faculty and merchants in combating ORA.JEL. dentist
figures who established resi- Many recommend
now carrying guns. Which means even if you don't have a School where he is studying to using ORA-JEL until
juvenile you jet
dences in Tucson. He also set delinquency, .. ....
and the man's truck stand of professional
treatment.
near a
gun you go you possibility become a male nurse.A first which he considers a major .; ,
nation's
getting yourself killed CAUSE HE'S SCARED. Is up one of the '
July wedding being problem today oraielI ,
Naturally, I don't condone anybody's carrying a gun one way planned. community relations pro- ,

or the other, and I don't dig the brothers' holding up a truck -- -
driver and taking a chance for a few dollars. And on the other
hand the fact that the truck drivers are beginning to shoot

back because they're scared means that the families of the
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brothers are the ones who will suffer. :: ,: ,,II, \ ," , ,;
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Now it stands, to reason that if a man Is going to hold some- tfi. ) ,i! V' '" .. :; < "
p ( ',9 k1'n ,!"",t'w', V'j-: ',
% 2., \ t; >
body up he would have a better chanceat some bank where he dO; IiI'f v \. \J;;. I'-il#. '''''-, ,,' h.,, /
' ', V
can pick himself up $50 or $100 thousand dollars and if he r. ;; '" '< .,:
gets shot doing it at least it was worth it. But on the other :! I

side, crime just does not pay .
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PRETTY GIRL OF THE WEEK: Dolores Grey
PRETTY BOY OF THE WEEK: Charles Parkhill

VIP OF THE WEEK: Bill Wynn
MOTHER OF THE WEEK: Daisy Rodgers (mother of Harold
Oliver) Beat t TT

QUICK NOTE DEPARTMENT: The show at the Thunderbird r1

is just fantastic z- Berge Vaughn and the Tijuana Brass, the ': ',L
Richie Brothers, Renzi Renato, Jeff Adams and,of course, the 5;

dynamic Barbara Phyllis Gross Bunch, Community Relations Specialist working t h eOl1eat. 9 3 ( "U

along with Roland Raiford on the Mayor's Youth Counsel program -

She is representing CEP.,The Par and Birdie Club of
Miami has created a junior division. Admission for young-
sters who have not reached their 18th birthday is $3.00 plus

$12.00 a year dues. Any young golfer who would care to join, t

contact Mr. Dennis Peak or any of the club's members. 4 ,
The Larry Steele Show at the Eden Roc will be there until ft yn
September as I hear it. Frank DuBois and his trio at the

Phone-Booth is still packing 'em in. As Ihear it, the Jetaway

isn't doing so bad either.

Want Work? Listen Saturday, May 17, from 10 a.m. on
... S
WKAT Radio, 1360 on your dial. Call 538-0431, job-A-Thon. ? y,fH'v Y'k} ,o yrr} N'w f. > .,(f
WKAT Radio's "Job-A-Thon" is a new community service +
!,fF'.9Nf /' ,>fl ,, '
'i'i n.:
where you call WKAT and tell us what kind of work you're ., r.,'f,r, t) : ,

ability looking for and then listen to WKAT for a job that suits your RY r.Csyc t '


Morris Lansburgh, head of the Associated Resort Hotels
i ifG
here, flew 100 of his friends over to Freeport last weekendto (6at,, '

visit and enjoy his hotels in Grand Bahama. The gay party

really had a ball living at the,King's Inn, golfing, swimming, ,f'i s. ';'if 5'Y:hyiyj'urr4 rG
sightseeing, and losing their money In the El Casino. It was
the Inagural Flight of the new Miami to Freeport Pan American -
Service. Some of the guest were Mr. and Mrs. Sonny 4/ 's

Wright! Judge Henry Arrington, Archie Lankford and Garth
,,
Reeves. H i y ,

Till next week- LIVE LIFE EVERY GOLDEN MINUTE OF

IT. PEACEI! ,<.

'\ OF N
Fk
I II FOREI I GN WARS
3r 1' II /h
I I
It Commander Howard Hers-

t cbelroth of the Veterans of

Foreign Wars Post 4530 North
Miami Auxiliary: ,and his com- ,
f fI mittee on Youth Activities for '
I Americanism, presented on rvsaY

j Saturday, May 10 to the Path- r
I A finders Club of the Seventh- /'y/1 r
1 /
,
' I day Adventist Church, a flag'

I" ', .4,. of our nation along with a beautiful -
? plaque of the pledge of "

,/ iX; alligence, and literature on tF":"
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Americanism.With rr/ j ry/
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'41i the Commander were ;

{ '. --y,_ members of his post, Mr. /
Thomas Sheffield, Mrs. Hazel
SAN'' ANTONIO Airman Garofolo, Mrs. Ann Boven, ;
Donald H. Brown, son of Mrs. and Mrs. Edna McGinley.a .
Florence E. Harrell of 4235

Madison St. Miami, has com- 1968 graduate of Miami Kil-

pleted basic training at Lack Han Sr. High School, attended I
land AFB, Tex. He has been Miami Dade Jr College. His

assigned to Sheppard AFB, father, Herbert L. Brown n, /7
Tex., for training in aircraft resides at 3634 Frow Ave., . '" '

maintenance. Airman Brown Miami. ::: ': ,. ,:',; ', :". '/w,.1';';..\;:4't1'oe'M//'l; :; : >;M'" .- t





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Happening dl

By BRENDA JACKSON

By Garth C. Reeves, Jr. "-

.L The Senior Parents Tea and Senior Parent Night will be

HAIRRock combined this year on Sunday, May 18. Guest speaker for the
event will be Mrs. Athalie Range. The Senior Chorale will
'n' Roll group "The Cowsills" sing about it,there's a provide music. The modern dance group will perform a rock-

very successful play on Broadway about it,everyone is wearing musical play, "Sock It To Me Kate," written by senior, Otis
it long and kinky,but the parents are yelling about it. Why? Myles. The play is based, loosley, on William Shakespear'sthe
Fm sure there are a lot of teens who are sick and tired of "Taming of the Shrew", only with soul music and uptight
Moms, Dads, Aunts, Uncles and even no-kins who day after dance sequences. There will also be a spring fashion show by
day complain about our hair. Of course, they do this in dif- Patricia's Dress Shop.
ferent ways. You may have one of those nice types that say Newly elected Student Council President Williard Marshall
"It's alright but it's so much," meaning cut some of that stuff will head the student body for the school year 1969-70. Milton
off. Or you might experience the sneaky type that offer you Daily will assist as vice-president. Brenda McCray will reign
money or promise the car on Saturday night, Just think, all of as Miss Northwestern. In her court will be Brenda Prince,
this for a little trip to the barber shop. And still there are first attendant and Beatrice McIver, second attendant.
those who come right out and threaten you"cut it off or else." Congratulations to Fred Williams who won honorable mention -
Personally I prefer the type that sits you down and intelligently in art, at the Silver Knight awards program. He receiveda

discusses the matter with you. They start with "you know, plaque and $50.
.
when I was your age. ." And here it's time to get out pad ,"w. .,'" '\; \ Members of the Future Teachers of America, one of the
,
and pencil and get your memory together of the old family album ; : ( ." most active groups on campus, have been busy serving as
because you are%ln for ancient, and I mean ancient, ref J; '{ ".' teachers' aides at our neighboring elementary schools. This

erences. week they have been assisting teachers of first grade classesat
We call our hair-dos Afros. This is with reference to our ":W! .'. ; ,o Liberty City Elementary School. Joworskl Robinson,
African brothers. It would come as a great shock to us if we Deborah Jones, Karen Shannon and ingrid Rolle have been

were to find out what our so-called African brothers really Sod sip Qc Meek volunteering their services, after school this semester at
thought of the American Negro. Would you believe they pass Primary School "C".
us on college campuses and yell nigger It may appear some- The running Bulls won their second straight State Track
how odd to us but the african feels our skin tones are all we
This week's soul sister is Angela Cooper,daughter of Championship, Saturday in Gainsville. Northwestern finished
have in common, and then they will bring to your attention Mr. & Mrs. Henry B. Cooper of4340NW 24th Avenue. with two first place victories one in the 180 hurtles by
their skins clarity and smoothness. Angela attends Miami Jackson where she isa memberof Dwight Hall the time was 19.8, the other in the shotput by
I learned from a recent article in a Journal that the Afri- the Marching 100 and a very active member around Theodore Bennett, the time was 56.6. Members of the team
cans have a rather good argument. They say that only the the Cosmetology Shop.ExJackson. making the Miami Herald's All-City team are Joe Gilbert,
lower,class Africans wear the Afro simply because they can't Ulysses Washington, Theodore Bennett, Wayne Troutman,
afford haircuts. So, now we find thatthe African consider us, Thaddeus Goodman, Willie Lightfoot and Dwight Hall.
in our new bag, as defeaters'of their purpose. --JI.
In view of all of these facts I remain with the attitude that - - 1 y.
"It's My Thing," and all teenage heads in favor let it be Student KilledIn
known by a nod.
* * * * * * * JACksonJottings
VietnamMarine
AROUND TOWN:

Sheila Miller, MiamUackson Junior, gave another one of Pvt. Jones attended Miami i
her swinging parties last Saturday night. A gang of kids turn- Jackson High School, wherehe
ed out for the festivities, among them were Nat Vaughn and Vondolyn Burke.. and on the football team. He By ARNETTA WILLIAMS:
Joined the Marine Corps in :1.
Jessie James Gavin is in the news. Nick Rock, Miami Cen-
April, 1968. He was assignedto - - - - - - -
tral senior, heard a tap on his bedroom window at 2 a.m. First Marine Division and
Sunday morning. He went to his front door to find a dozen plain has been in Vietnam since LEONA CUMBLE: A three year student at MJHS Leonaa
clothes officers inquiring about a news tip that J, J. was March 12. He was an active 17 year old senior is a member of Visionettes, Thespian
the Nick I Troop, Spanish National Honor Society,Senior Board and Chrysalis -
holding family hostage. prayed. member of
.- Grace Presby- staff. She plans to major in English at Miami Dade Junior
Cyril Thompson while visiting a friends home up across terian Church. College. She likes the type of young man that is fun to be with,
103rd Street met with police officers who were tipped that
/01' Survivors are his mother has a pleasing personality and isn't mouth. Her motto is "He
Cyril, alias J.J.,was holding his friends hostage.Tough break Mrs. Lessie N. Anderson; his, who qualifies himself well for his calling,never fails employ-
On Sunday afternoon I went to Range Funeral Home to viewa father Arthur Jones; a step ment.
friends remains. I signed the guest book and found that my
mother Mrs. Zeola Jones,two Senior class officers were chosen last week. They are as
named followed the signature of none other thanthe notorious
Jesse James Gavin. I prayed. """, ,,,,'- brothers Rubin Brinson and follows: Anthony Stuart, president; Donald Kerr, vice presi-
Arthur Stephen Jones, and dent; Theta James, secretary Albertha Rivers Treasurer.
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Corps Pvt. Anthony three sisters Mrs. Lula Martin Swingettes for the year 1969-70 are Betty Brooks, captain;

45 OF THE WEEK: "I Can't See Myself Leaving You" by i Bernard Jones, 18, better Stephanie Jones, and Sheryl Sims, co-captain; Janice Johnson, secretarytreasurer -
Aretha Franklin k mown to his friends as Rocky Blanche Anderson. ; and new swingettes Mary Clay, Paulette Clear, Chris-
ALBUM OF THE WEEK: "Memphis Underground" by Herbie jquirrel": of3760NW23rdCt., tina Colebrook, Katherine Everette, Deborah Hopkins Marsha
Mann was killed by mortar fire while Services will be held Saturday Johnson, Heather Mitchell, Delma Owens, Margaret Robinson
. . . . . . .
1 # li n a defensive about five miles May 17, at 1 p.m. atGrace and Marsha Taylor.
Until later, do your own thing. s south; of De Nang, Vietnam. Presbyterian Church Honor Guards for next year include: Theda ,James,captain;
''I' Cassandra Rolle, co-captain and members Mozell Allen,Bar-

. ;' Miami Jackson Drama Goes Hippie bara Anderson, Deborah Daniels, Sara Cross, Daisy Evans
Patricia Jewsome, Johnny Mae Simpkins, Vivian Sylvia and

Next Wednesday, Thursday son Thespians will presentand Tree" by peter Ustinov. to young and old alike. Anna Williams
i Friday evenings May 21the riotous, laugh- filled Described as the"happiest, Directed by Don Bowerman New service club presidents consist of Vivian Sylvia,TrHiY
23 at 8:15 p.m. Miami Jackcomedy_ "Halfway Up The nippiest comedy of the now "Halfway Up the Tree" fea- ; Jackie Wilcox, Opti-Miss; Jackie Johnson,Junior Miss;
generation, "Halfway Up the tures the following Miami Johnny Wilson, Hi-Y; Cluster Seabrooks,Key;James McQueen
?; ( ,1r Interact
Tree" relates the hilarioustale Jackson drama students in ; and George Rushing, Civitan.

of a conservative general leading roles;Tom Walker, I
who returns from Vlet-Nam Liz Camara, Jeffrey Pettier,
to find his teenage son and Debra James, Mattherine
r daughter turned hippies and Simmons, Christine Dunnom, National Library Week
4 his wife in tears. Kelson Roberts,Deborah Per I

I Jfl tins and Claude Wells. At Florida Memorial CollegeNational
} a Between the laughs author All tickets are 75$. Pro-
- .L1 Ustinov has punctuated his ceeds will be used to estab-
F play with many profound lish a Library Week at because black students have a
scholarship fund for
thoughts and ideas profitable Jackson drama FMC was so outstanding that greater need for it" . .
students.
w_ r., ; it o lasted longer than a week. The Negro Book Club, Inc.
One of the most outstanding is only nine years old, but has
contributions in making this accomplished much during
JUNGLE BEAT Governor Claude Kirk, and event so successful was the this period of time. Today, it

As you might expect, child cloth Attorney took General Earl Fair- presentation from the Negro is the key aspect to over 7-
K 5 ren often ask their parents advantage of the op- Book Club, inc. of New York. 000 colleges and schools,car-
portunity to shake hands
about me. I have been identi- Real witha Representative Lewis G. ries over 5,000 titles and sup
fied as one of Gentle Ben's Ranger. Nedd, who is the vice presi- plies 300 stores with books
friends, and even as Gentle dent of the Negro Book Club and clothing in accordancewith
Ben himself. But don't think SAN ANTONIO. Airman presented to FMC 1,000 new the black heritage. The
James L. Bryant, son of Mrs. tiles of and about black Inc. publishes
my only fans are little kids. Negro Book Club,
Pearllne
Bryant, 1442 NW 73 America
and black Americans -, bi-monthly a magazine
The State's park on Key St., Miami, has completed known as the AfroAmericanWomen
Biscayne was dedicated May basic training at Lackland In an interview with
.9. State and local officials des- AFB Mr. Magazine.
Tex He has been Nedd
as- he stated that, "Black The Florida Memorial College -
cended on Cape Florida like signed to Sheppard AFB, Tex., Institutions have a bigger obligation Librarian and his staff
be rains of Heaven. for training in the transportation
to institute for a
more must be complimented
We with
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As a businessman my job takes me to many
different cities in many different parts of the
I and talk lot of and I
country. see to a people
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come into contact with a big cross section of
MOTHERS DAY
the black community. What I see is a growing
ART WINNER surge of a kind of super-pride.There's the Afro

Judith Ann Phillips, daughter cut, the wearing of jewelry and clothing with a
of Mrs. Mona Phillips of
8750 NW 18th Avenue, has strong African-American influence, and many
The Waves'"Give
I Children Present "Over
been named a winner to the other material evidences of an identifying
me your tired, your grand finale of "Over The Car nab jr Street danced by Burdine's Mothers Day Art symbol. Racial pride is just busting out all over.
poor, your huddled masses Waves", a dance revue sponsored Sonny Ptokston, Beverly Hol- Contest for the 10 to 12 age And I don't knock it. But it does seem to me
yearning to breathe tree, the by the Metropolitan land,Charlene McCall,Denise group. that material showings are not as important to
wretched refuse of your teem- Dade County Park and Recreation Perkins and LaVerne Reese; Her charcoal sketches were the black people today as what I call Commu-
ing shore. Send these, the Depatment, at the Dade West Perrlne and Richmond displayed In the Burdine's
homeless, tempest-tost, County Auditorium Mother's Heights dancers in French and stores to Hialeah and 163rd nity Involvement.
I lift my lamp beside the golden Day,Sunday, May 11. Featured Spanish routines; and an au- Street. Judith submitted dis- Yelling words and mouthing phrases like
doorl" Emma Lazarus in the finale, along with the thentic African Primitive Fire plays to.both stores and pro- "Black Power,""Soul,"or"Black is beautiful,"
statue of liberty played by dance performed by the girls
duced a winner In each store.
can't the in the Whatcan
These are the words inscribed Lois Sinco of Cloverleaf Park, from Bunche Parkand choreographed erase problems ghettos.
on the pedestal of the was the very popular Bunche by Miss June Brown- Mrs. Victoria Bombas, a erase them are the things we can do to helpour
Statue of Liberty which standsin Park' Eagles Drill Team lee. neighbor and free lance writer young people understand the true meaningof
toe New York Harbor (shown above). The Eagles AH the dances and routines noticed Judith's artis- "intellectual If learn .
they'llhave
greeting all who come to the team is under toe excellent: direction In, "Over the. Waves' were. tic skill and encouraged to I' power. they
United States. These words of Mr. Jim Miller. learned at recreation 4.play- submit sketches In the contest. a better chance to earn. Our youngsters
were narrated during the Other numbers included: grounds In Dade County and Judith, a fifth grade studentat must be encouraged in their school work.They
taught by dance specialist of Lily C. Evans Elementary must be made to feel that there is hope and their
the park and recreation de- school was presented a gift. dreams
can come true.
partment. certificate from both stores.
Pall MallMenlhoI100 If you've got children, I say it's up to you
to let them know you really care about them.
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% It Attend PTA meetings. Get involved in community

fr. $ projects and neighborhood events. Set'
the pace and the example for the children.

There's just no getting around it . the futureof
Ion r..yel milder. black society is depending upon them.What
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of the people of Miami. Also shown are Com- .
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Kennedy. Miami-Metro Dept. of Publicity &
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1 I.;, - MOTHER'S DAY MUSICAL MOST DELIGHTfUL! 'IV


not to be ignored that the! theme, Mr. LaPierre injected-
was
from
naughty in her courtroom tions "Camelof'.Asyouknow
Two weeks said Each Musicale(two of which
ago, they
\ the first ;Musicale for our are presented every three scene with "Typically Eng- Walter is to play the final number was presentedbyra somewheres in the background
younger set, was beautiful. In months) is injected with vocal lish"; Miss Veronica Williams leading role of"KingArthur"in very,deserving young lady, music, a recognizable"Happy
fact we're still hearing aboutit. selections usually from members . gave a superb tryout that production in the Per- Miss Germaine Miller. Ger- Birthday To You" melody
( However since of The with her concert number, forming Arts Society's "1969 maine petrified us with her blending sodeliciouslywith
Iwasatthat Performing Arts
Spring Concert" to be held at lyric interpretation "Indian the long note which Germainewas
time Society. This recital "The Swallows" Miss Anne
had it's
performing some particular ; The Fontainebleau Hotel Love Call" which I don't have holding in the final fade-
duty for the society, I top talent Miss Catherine Mc- Marie Jean; very professional forthcoming. to tell you is still everyone's
missed ball of the program. Kham showed good voice con-' in "Apres Un Reve"(After a The Musicale this point, favorite.A nd in keeping with out.To all you wonderful people,
This time fsaw the whole af- trol in "Calm As The Night"; Dream) which she sang in her had reached it's coda and itMrmrmmmiirmmiiimrmiiifrmfiMiiiimitii the beautiful Mother's DayiiMiriiiiiMiifiiriitiiiiMiiMimiititiiiiiiiminmmtm bless youl!
fair and I must say those Miss Valda Cole so sweet with native language-french; Mr.
her "Serenade" by Frank La- ,, .
youngsters were delightful I Walter Brown outdid him- 1 "" "" ""' .mmm""Im"'R
The program opened with Forge; Miss Yolanda Cash,so self in his duo vocal selec-, .awIiIlUIU"IIIIUiIllIll'IIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIII IIIUlllllmIlIlIlIllIlIllUlIIIIIIUIllIli&IIIImIIIWINII UIUl lWlWiWIlUIII1I11IUIIWIII
Master Joseph Wiley stac-
cato-ing through his thythmic Hotel Lindsey Hopkins
"Moths"; Miss Regina Mc-
Larney ( our selected guest OPENS FRIDAY
child pianist for Fontaine-
bleau concert this spring) WORLD FAMOUS
played a beautiful Burgmuller a'Vk Training CenterJobs
"Ballade"; Miss Joy Johnson,
we are told, got up from her JOE
sick bed to play Country Gar- v
\den"; Miss Nadine Wright displayed Waiting for Trained Maidsin
her good wrist flexibility SIMONTHE
in two contrasting piano Hotel Work (Also Housemen)
selections; Mr. Michael Mc CHOKING KIND '
Cartney ,was delightful 2 WEEKS IN CLASSROOM
"Long Long Ago";Miss Donna. HIS BAND HISSHOW, 2 WEEKS ON THE JOB" TRAINING .
Victor presented two lovely 2 BANDS FEE ONLY $2.00 >
short selections; Master Eric '
Harrow made his debut with HOUSEKEEPING COURSE AVAILABLE FOR THOSE WHO
his two selections, one of 2 SHOWSPLUS COMPLETE ABOVE COURSE ((4 WEEKS $2.00 FEE)
which was a duet with Mr. La-
Pierre; singer Germaine '
Miller displayed her other EXTRA ADDED ATTRACTIONS Waitresses & Waiters
talent (Piano) with a su
ft
rendition of"The Watchman'sSong" SPECIAL TEENAGE MATINEE SUNDAY in Tremendous Demand
; both Betsy and Leslie
Meyer played their very first: 4 TO 1 P.M.
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I Churchmen" Back Forman's Black Manifesto J


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NEW YORK -The National and the black denominations credibly huge fortunes from a church before the bar of justice which have sustained our statement was adopted
Committee of Black to in inter- capitalistic which was Black churches were the
Church- play major roles system churches over the years." May 7 at the Atlanta meetingof
men has released the text of a preting the justness, humane- rooted and grounded in the exploitation victims rather than the guar- The statement warned that the NCBC Board of Directors

statement calling James For- ness, and theological sound- of our forefathers." dians and perpetrators of racism "it is too late to call for pro- wth 35 black churchmen
man "a modernday prophet"and ness of the black manifesto/' The ecumenical black organization in America. We do, priety and moderation. A ra- in attendance. The Rev. Dr

backing the demands of the and calls on them to "acceptthe formed two years nevertheless, accept the responsibility dical challenge has been placed M. L. Wilson, minister of the
"Black Manifesto" which responsibility to developthe ago by leaders of 12 denomi- of the black the thresholdof Convent Avenue Baptist
before us on
Forman presented to River- strategies necessary to nations, stated that "the black churches to share in the remuneration of unmitigated Church in Harlem,is the board
summer
side Church last Sunday and obtain the funds which are de- church does not stand in the to the black com- a That chairman. Mr.Forman
discontent and crisis. ,who is
to the Roman Catholic Arch- manded." same dock as the white munities; for we recog- director of the
challenge must be met with an International
diocese of New York today. It also Instructs its execu- equally radical commitment to Black Appeal for the Na- 1
The manifesto adopted by tive director the Rev.J. Metz
tional Black
undo as much as we are able, Economic Development -
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the National Black Economic Rollins to begin immediatelyto
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to
CBS "BlackHeritage" the injustices of the past and Conference,addressed -
Development Conference coordinate these "efforts
the
eliminate the injustices of the meeting
meeting in Detroit two weeks of advocacy and implementation. i

ago, includes a demand for ." _
Distorts a.llJl" a ""
$500,000,000( in reparations to The black churchmen went

be paid by the churches and beyond the demands of the F--- ( r 4 _I]

synagogues of America for manifesto in calling on the

their part in centuries of economic great private foundations to PastNEW

exploitation of black contribute to this reparationfund Negro Sr

people. "Many of the founda-
The NCBC Board of Direc- tions," the statement said, YORK-An extended cent of the screenings by a
tors' statement urges "black "are the creatures of cor- viewing of ,the Columbia member of my staff, that our
Broadcasting System's tele- view has been more than sub-
caucuses (within predomi- porations whose founders and
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nantly white denominations) stockholders amassed in- vision series, "Black Heri- stantiated." E >'&r
tage," which ends May 10, He cited the excessive attention -
confirms the earlier ex- given to back-to-
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+ the Negro, but a series to im- toric and consistent rejectionof
I, 1 press one viewpoint,"NAACP these movements by the

Executive Director Roy Wilkins overwhelming majority of Negro -

asserts in a letter to Americans over period
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1 Ralph Daniels, general man- of 350 years. He points out the

ager of WCBS-TV, the net- distortions and misrepresen-

work's New York City station. tations, the ommissions and

.misstatements including
The letter dispatched -
seven-page ,
"smelly hogwash" peddled by
made
April 30 and
,
of the lecturers
some program's -
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l Wilkins' complaint of January 1
"The mishandling and mis-
8 in a communication to Dr.
interpretation of the role of
Frank Stanton CBS president.
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the NAACP while inexcus-
{ On the basis of the first two ,
h3SPpYk
able and Important, ranks be-
and the syllabus of
programs low the i of {
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the 108-part series, the
a distinct minority view-
NAACP leader then chargedthat
I Ii point as the history of a whole
"the presentation is hope people," the NAACP leader
lessly flawed. It is quite said.
clear", be said, that the pro-
The prospect that the
gram "will not be a history of
"Black Heritage" series
Afro-Americans but an interpretation -
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would be used in schools and ENGAGEMENT
of history from
A colleges as instructional ma-
single point of view the con-
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i,1wtt; ; temporary leftofcenterblack terial "is appalling", he said. Mr. and Mrs. Henry B. in the Philliplne, son of the
i u militant minority view "It was disservice enough for Tanksley, 16101 NW 17th Pl., late Mr. and Mrs. Jack Mc-

liberally garnished with the, CBS to have opened its facilities Opa-locka announce the enKenzie, Sr.
to this series as a his- of
gagement their daughter
thrust for a new apartheid".
tory, in the first instance. If Novella Jean to Sgt. Jack McThe wedding is planned for

r In responSe to the January CBS participates further in Kenzie, U.S.A.F., nowserving, June 14.1e .
A letter, CBS asked Mr.Wilkins what is far more of a sinis-

to withhold final judgment un- ter masquerade than has been

til the 18-weekserieshadbeen Indicated by this letter,it can- J
more fully developed. In his not
escape culpability-regardless -
letter of April 30, Mr. Wilkins of the smoothness of

I Hf' said; "I regret to state, its rationalization for a } Call

,> ,.,"i" '\ on the basis of the transcrip- share in the Inevitable and
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: made to date, plus the per- and conflicts in our future national CHARLES
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As the semester passes,one Black is beautiful.The love- get it cut because I am ex- change this attitude"
cannot help but notice the tre- ly Judy Campbell of Miami, tremely proud of my blackness- Black is beautiful and a thing I
mendous amount of black an Afro", replied, "I wear an and I will not allow anyone to of beauty Is a Joy forever.
awareness and appreciation Afro because it is a natural
being displayed by the stu- thing and to let others know I
dents at Florida Memorial that black is beautiful."
AN
HAVE YOU BEEN TURNED DOWN BY
College. Students attire, hair Edward Franklin, a fresh- I
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styles and contributions all man from Pensacola, when
reflect this black awarenessand asked the same question, replied ARE TOO OLD OR SUFFERING FROM
appreciation.All "I like it and it sym- SOME CHRONIC ILLNESS? WILL YOU

of this adds up to one bolies black America and lam HAVE ENOUGH MONEY TO PAY THE
outstanding viewpoint, black proud to be a part of it." LAST EXPENSES?

beauty. In order to prove the Who's afraid of the Virginia Universal pays its death claims the same day death
HOME Afro? Jane Rodgers, a so- -
I FOR EASTER HOLIDAYS beauty of blackness, studentsare 0"""'
from Virginia feels that
becoming more active in more Join U.N.C.A.
Vacationing was Jacqueline She was a 1965 graduate of all blacks should look natural
the community and
Hamm, who is the daughter of Northwestern Sr. High, and a campuslife. and stop trying to imitate Miss Aid
They are seeking to excel Universal Christian SocietyAND
Mr. and Mrs. Larrie Hamm. debutante of that same year. in all tasks. Anne.
Jackie is a Junior at Clark College Jackie, presently holds the ;t .. Allen Gainer, a sophomore REST ASSURED THAT YOUR LAST
majoring in Business title of Miss phi Beta Sigma The students have managedto from Melbourne, when asked, MEMORIAL EXPENSES WILL BE PAID.
Administration., 1969-70. adjust to the Miami community "If you were asked by an instructor -
CALL NOW.
very readily. They to cut your hair would''
t 4 Miamians Get FAMU have developed beautiful relationships you?" replied "Without any 691-7669
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teen students at Florida A&M Knowles, Ft. Pierce; Hiram of interest in campus life, the I
University received awards Johnson, Miami; Cecil New- students have asked for more
recently for making an outstanding bold, Miami; Kenneth Miller, black oriented courses and
contribution to the Valdosta, Ga.; Gladys Lee, more black administratorsand Money Talks !
Student Union Program during Pensacola; William Sanchez, faculty members:The ten-
the 1968-69 school. The Milton; Darell Britt,Philadelphia dency appears to be,toward
awards were presented to the Pa.; Irma Thomas, Tal- getting away from the tradi-
students during the Lycea lahassee; Davatra Baker, tional methods and becomingmore
Awards Banquet. Marianna and Albert McNair, involved with present r
Receiving awards from Port St. Joe. techniques.

Mrs. Barbara Barrett, social
director of the union, were:
Miarti Ads Don't Cost ;
Helen Johnson, Tallahassee; ".
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-- -- - people really care" are proofs that the service rendered by
_= Riding #| I the physicians at the Family Health Center is not only sought
Along iiily. I after but presented in a manner in which acceptable to the

WITH THE | client.
a As Important as the work of the physician is the work of the
a Transit Authority | dentist whose work was not too well known by many of the
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'' fully equipped modern dental mobile unit where all types of
;XXX-X'XXXSXtt* dentistry is performed by competent dentist, hygienist and ,
Who said bus operators one. If you don't, trying to fool Center other ancillary personnel in conjunction with the team effort.A .
don't care? These young men your friends won't help you <
are sponsored by operatorswho get it. So let's make our towna I'- section of the comprehensive health care field where involvement -
belong to the Fraternal place we can all say we are - with the clients is quite intensive is in the field of

Order of Transit Employee's., proud of, we can't help wherewe "Without health, life is not life; it is only a state of languorand social work. Environmental health and family dynamics are
They aren't sons of bus oper- were born but we can help suffering an image of death."- Rabelais. now considered important factors in the entire pictae of
ators, just fellows who would how we live in it. Contemplating on the goals reached and the ones still to be health. The social workers have, through the nature of their
rather do more with their tlm FOR YOUR INFORMATION: conquered is often times necessary not by documenting dry work, been able to do much out-reach from the Family Health
than get intq trouble. These Many of our riders are con- figures but by giving vital facts. Center establishing a good working relationship with other
young men are under the direction fused over the fare structurein In June 1968, the Family Health Center in Miami at 62nd agencies and in placing the center in the community as a functional -
and supervision of Mr. Dade County. Your base Street and 27th Avenue,NW,opened its doors for the sole pur- vital part.
Ishmael Sharpe who is a bus fare is 25ft; suburban fare pose of delivering comprehensive health care to residents in The entire clerical staff has played a very important partin
route 5. He 30$ extra the area who met the criteria
operator on ; zone depends upon for acceptance as clients. Ever the progress of the Family Health Center. Many times the
doesn't get paid for this work, how far you are going into the since then the progress has been continuous. First under Dr. encounter with the receptionist or another clerical employeeis
this is his own time which county. Base fare means any- Lynn P. Carmichael since October 1968, under the leadership the first
impression the clients gets. Not only the first
could be spent with his family, place within the city limits of or Dr. Thomas- L. Jame, but a lasting one. All Family Health Center employees un-,
but he feels more could be done Miami your boundaries from Dr. James is the first and at derstand the philosophy and ideology of the center and reflect
trying to help save some the south is Batter Sea Drive present the only dentist holdingthis that in their actions.
youngster from trouble. Pic- and 42nd Ave.; 67th Ave. and type of office in the 40
Again, how do you measure the impact a fa rally health cen- *-c,
tured above are members of Coral Way; and SW 8th St.and OEO Family Health Centers ter may have had on Its clients within such ashort time You
the team. 75th Avenue. On the west side planned or in operation
can measure in,numbers, but that is not.enough, so it seems
Sharpe was transferred to the R.R. track entering Hialeah throughout the nation. A ,fine that when you hear things such as: .
Miami from Jacksonville 79th St. on the North and example of what sheer deter-
while serving in the Marine Biscayne Bay on the East.Any mination can do, how skill and "Tomorrow the social worker is coming. I am looking for-
Corp. He met and married place within this area you pay hard work can bring'you what ward to seeing her..She is so understanding.
Betty Braynon a 1953 grad- only 25$ if you go out of this you want, but more Important, y "I must get the children to their physicians at the Health
uate Dorsey High.Presentlythey area you must leave by the Dr. James is a man who be- m Center I Just know there is something wrong with the baby."
are residing in the Opa- front door,then you depos.1t the lieves in this program and he
locka area raising a wonderful remainder of your fare.Never shows .ft. .In.. the stimulated .fn.._- --- -._-'-_..I "I can't see my favorite TV program tomorrow I have an
family. Sharpe was elected to pay more than 25$ in this area terest of his staff and that of DR. THOMAS JAMESthe appointment with the dentist.' "
serve on the board of direc- because you make it very hard community. Dr. James is the pillar upon which ultimatelyrests Then you may say: "Is this not progress?" Of course all
tors with the Faternal Orderof for the driver he won't remember the responsibility for the continued operation of the this does not Just happen, there has got to be a guiding band
Transit. He was also chosen who paid what when Center. in the undertaking and the family health center is fortunate
In 1968 to do part time special you are ready to leave. Your Hardly any advertising was done at first. The reputation indeed to have such a man. Dr. James perhaps more than
duty work as an assistant suburban fare Is consideredany of the Family Health Center was spread by its clients, whose anyone else, has helped establish the family, health center as
trainee instructor. Sharpe has place north of 119th Street.In numbers today, less than ten months after the opening of the an integral part of the community. With leadership such as
been employed by the transit this area, there is no 25$ Center have grown to over 3,109 individuals or a little over this, it seems obvious that progress is unavoidable.
authority for more than seven fare. Your student fare is$15; 612 families. But growth in numbers alone does not imply
years. (He was one of the first 10$ extra for the beach pro- much. Many other aspects must be considered.The Problems? Of course, there are problems but again thanksto
black men to be hired). viding they have an MTA stu- goal was to give comprehensive health care. The word the leaders of this program it is not a problem-oriented
Money to buy these young- dent pass with a picture. The comprehensive embracing within its thirteen letters the en- program but a goal-oriented program.
ster's equipment didn't come driver has the right to refuse tire concept of health care which Includes not only the workof And at the rate the program is moing.1t most likely will
from Just the black driver any pass without a picture the (physician but equally well that of the dentist nutritionist reach its goals no matter how high they appear to be placed.11IELMA'S .
alone, but from all drivers this is his Job. And he's un- social worker psychologist family health worker
(black white, Spanish or any aware if someone is checking and family health nurse, and many others.
one who wears that green pin on him to see if he is doing it "For too many years the poor have had to serve as the SPECIAL
on his cap). These drivers right. last recipients of medical services now, we have the oppor-
could be convinced they shoulddo Anytime you feel you have tunity to provide the best care, both medical and dental", re- BEAUTY SALON VACUUM .LJ."""
more for under privileged been mistreated by one of the iterated Dr. James, "and that is what we will offer." ANDSEWING
children with a little coopera- operators get this operatorsbus There is a growing demand fpr all people, from all walksof MACHINE
tion from the children themselves number and report it tohigher life, to envoy health as a right not a privilege. It would Formerly of REPAIR
but it's very hard to authority.Do 'stand seem that the growing number of clients bear out this obser- 1094 NW 79th Street

do ,so as long as you hide there and argue with him, you vation. Clean oil 1
bushes and behindhouses.to are endangering the lives of How can progress be measured in as vast a field as com has moved to: '
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throw bricks and bottlesata everyone on the bus. So thinkof prehensive health care within a short time of only ten months 982 NW 19th STREET and adjust i| J'O'
bus. You let one bad kid spoil yourself and other riders duration? It really cannot but some trends have been noticed, Expert Beauty Treatment & your sewing
the lot of things you could get before you start trying to con- which indicate the direction in which the entire program is machine 'or
from different organizations. fuse the operator. I'm sure I moving. Wig Styling vacuum 'In
Anytime one of your so called can speak for many of the The work done by the competent staff of Family Health Center 'Thelmo McGrady your home.
leaders tells you or dares you operators in saying if they physicians certainly has had its impact on many of the Rosa Higgi CALL:
to do something you know is are wrong it's an honest mis- clients. Aside from the pure medical aspect, where diseasesare
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wrong remember "misery take and we are all human. cured or at least arrested,where sores are healed, symp- James
loves company". You know Next week I will give you all toms recognized and the underlying cause halted there has in ((30)) 693-0808
who, if you have it you never the information on trans many cases developed a warm relationship the physician 9510 NW 7th Ave.
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On Monday, April 14,Mayor Charlie Coleman and William -unable to make- this special ....j DUGGIE'S
Clark met with the
Stephen P. Summerson. Charlie Colemanis occasion because since the ..
youth who helped to clean up now working at the post of- clean-up campaign most of .. : ...
the Coconut Grove area two fice, Houston Marshall is them were able to find em- ..
months ago. At this time pic- working for the Urban League ployment with the help of.* : ,\ .hr'' :
tures were taken as the Mayor and William Summerson is Coconut Grove Cares,Inc.,the ..c GUEST '<, r : ..
presented each of them a cer- ready for duties of the United Coconut Grove Golfer'sAsso- ..c : ..
tificate of merit. States Army any day now. elation and the Coconut Grove ..C ..
(Only three of the youth were Other youth who participated EOPI agency. K ..
present -- Houston Marshall, in the clean-up '
were : : .I : : :
II''; HOUSE
Carver Garden Club Elects OfficersThe It .,1'", :'i. ...
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I Friendship Garden and and Miss Amanda Franklin, Ie : I
Ranches Civic Club held Its regular parliamentarian CENTRAL AIR CONDITIONING :

meeting, Saturday, May 3, President Wake and other ..
in the lovely home of Mrs. members of the club extended .
NewsBy Gussie Gamble. congratulations and best

WalUr Bov,-i The meeting was presidedover wishes along with pledging 2941 NW 47ffa St.. 634-3851 ;
1 by President Marjorie their full cooperation to the
Wake. All the members were newly elected officers.
ladles to VFW .
The Auxiliary jubilant as successful activi- The new officers will be installed Ie .
8195 will hold Its
Post No. ties of this club year were re-. at the last meeting of Ie ..
regular meeting, Sunday, May viewed. the club year which will be held Hon Ie .
11 at 5 p.m. All officers and Election of officers was the Saturday, June 7 at the Ie ..
members please be presentatthe main item on the agenda. The home of Mrs. Dorothy Gra- II ':-- ..
post home on Pembroke following ladies were electedto Ie i' '-
Road. Also many thanks to our serve as officers for the ham.Miss Emily C. Thomas,reporter II ..
guest and the various clubs next two years: Mrs. Andel ...
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who helped to make our Mini Mrs. .
Micklns, president; .
Skirt Party a success on last Primus first vice- Ie .
Ethel
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Saturday night. Mrs. Addle
president; Mrs.ChellieEstes, ...
James president and Mrs. D. .
second vice-president; Mrs. II ..
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Trotter president elect did a Flossie Gibson, recording Ie ..
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wonderful job. secretary; Miss Mable Bar- +:' q DOUBLE ACTIONriRSGMYIWRI II ,L .1..
All officers of Pest 8195 low, financial secretary, Mrs 4
are asked to be present Sun- Lucile Reed, treasurer; Miss 2 ESIJJRlNMVE : :
day, at 3 p.m.at the post home. Emily C. Thomas, chaplain ,
Don't miss the Friday and'Saturday ,: i } :

night Fish Fry, mem-
bers, bring along a guest. Ie 1 ..
"4 DAY SPECIAL"Fri Ie ...
The Fourth Annual Sessionof Ie r , rk t tk ...
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Christian the Grand Society United of American Faith- Sat, Mon, Tues. Ie I '!UNto! "', ,, '",, .iJ,!I"( .)t. ....

Inc., to convene at New Ie .'; )1..
Macedonia Baptist, 2201 SW BRAND NEW Ie w ...' ,,':" 1 t'i..i;''/': ;
48th Ave., West Hollywood, II ,.... ( ..

Thursday, May 15 '- 17. En- 1969 AUTOMATIC ...

tertained by Society No. 6.Our STAFFLouise ..
theme: "Though I am With Ie ..

You Even to the end". Ie ..
Donald Perry Is president. Ie U/n'" ,ams"I' ; ,:' ',''Y\i.\ ..

Comrade Alfred Watkins Jr. ZIG-ZA G Ie 'I Jr.1. ;, ...
and past commander of Post
Pauline Ramsey :
No. 8195 has been on the sick
list for more than six weeks NOW ONLY Ie ..
now. He is also on the facultyat .. 1 Mae Mason ..
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Carver Ranches Elemen- $ Ie !,1: k' .
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recovery. EAST Ie, Richmond Baker ...
Beautician is wanted at HUMS I Irn .
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Eleanor's Salon of Beauty,
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ber Shop Call 989-5844 or Ie i Jamaica Duggie j .

983-9259. Hollywood. -" II ., .
The Ladles Auxiliary to Buttonholti iiiIn iuiiiiLi w .

Post No. 8195 announces this .Monogramming : I (Always/ A Friend, Owner) ..
Satin Stitch t Mwl} TMnimiCkukWirtof $ .
drive.
week, their membership 9 UV
Fee will be $5.00. the drive .MendingDarning MJMt l*. ,...... TfTiL 1-:::: ::: : : : :::::::;::::::::::::::;:::?:::::::: :::::::::::::::::::::::: :::::: (::::::::::::::::-::::::::::::?:::;.:::-::" ::.::<<;:;::;:::::: 9'

will last for three months. Back Tacking ...., ...... Cm MIT Ie ..
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Contact the following mem- .S.ws on Buttons iMpel 1 UkriMta Mtr II:3
bers, Mrs. Addle James,4116 ..Straight Blind Hemming Stitching Come in in your or call home for : ':::: :;;;::;:: :;;:::: :::: :::: ;:::;:::::::::::::-:3:; :::::::.:::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::-::::::::::::::::::::::::::::, :

SW 28th St., 983-0198, Mrs. .Sew. o.tc Pin. .___ service w . .... : EDDIE STRACHAN ARCHITECT x
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Ruth Scott, 989-4988, Mrs;
Margaret Wiggins, 989-9300. COME IN OR CALL FOR : 7.o '.::::::- ::-.::::::::::::::::::::::::-:::::::::::;::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::: :;:::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::: :
The VFW Post No.8195 will HOME DEMONSTRATION
FREE .
hold Ie .
regular meeting Sunday,
May 18 at 5:30 p.m. All members | Call 625-1261 or 625-41161 ** t-m. z 7&-:::::;;:;::::;: :;:::;:r.*::;;:: :::":::::::.:::::;::::::::::::::::::::::::::::;:::::::::;::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::: ..
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please be present, at the

post home on Pembroke Rd. 1DBEY DOMESTIC SEWING CENTEIIE *: CLEO RANKIN, BUILDER | :

Comrade George Scott returned J
from the Veterans Hos- 174 N. W. 27th AVE., OPA-LOCKA : Ka :::::mf: ;*#( :::::;:::: :::;:::;:; :::::::::::?::::::::?;:i:::?::::::::;::::::::::;::: :::;:;:::::::::::::;2.::::::::::::; .:::"::::!:::; :

pital In Miami last weekend.He WE ARE MACHINE DEALERS SEWING .
AMERICA .
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77 THE" .MIAMI. TIMES. Friday, May 16, IV6V

CARD OF THANKSThe IN MEMORIAM EVANGELIST

entire family of the .. BROWNLEE. DIES.
In sad but loving memory of ------
I CARDS M EORI LS DEATHS I late our WILLIAM dear father SCAVELLAwho


departed this life May 13,

CARD OF THANKS IN MEMORIAM IN MEMORIAMIn 1968.Some may think you are for .'.' !

The family of the late In memory of our beloved loving memory of my gotten, though on earth you are \,,, \ i.!'

mother dear son. fiug ..',....... no more, but in memory you 1. .." "', '.' >
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MRS. IRENE INGRAHAMwho are always with us as you were i. ., ii'
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before. ..."
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departed this life on May
.
14, 1955. / \:1I: 1f

Fourteen years have passed Sadly missed by:
mother since God has called Mrs. Isabell! Lawyer, Mrs. !!\"',

you home. We often sit and Rosealee Harris, Miss j'l,

think of you when we're alone, Gloria Scavella, daughters.

i for memory Is the only thing William Scavella, Anthony, !j,

Y _ _ that grief can call its own.We Joseph, Mervin, sons, and '.t.
: lovedyou, but Jesus loved you grandchildren.

a t'j AfY best. May your soul rest in Mrs. Beulah H. Brownlee

: : f peace and may light perpetual ELBRIDGE A. GRANT IN MEMORIAM 230 S. Seventh Ave., died May
> 1'' '3 } shine upon you. takes this method of expres- 4, at Mount Vernon Hospital.She .
sing its sincere thanks and In sad but loving memorvofour was an evangelist of the
r The Ingraham and Walker appreciation to the manyrela- dear mother, daughter, Mount Olivet Apostolic Faith

C Families fJESSE tives, friends, and neighborsfor sister and auntMARGIE. Church (Pentecostal Assem-
your thoughtfulness dur- blies of the World) 205 Franklin -

MRS, FANNIE JACKSON IN MEMORIAMIn WARE ing our recent hours of bereavement Ave., where she also ,was
22 Your beautiful director of the Church
P- who passed away April who departed this life May the Sunday
1969 at Cedars of Lebanon loving memory of my dear 12, 1968. cards, telegrams, letters, School and gave Bible instruc-
Hospital and was laid to rest son floral contributions, prayers, tion to special classes.
We still miss kind and
April 28, 1969 wish to express _,_____I'IIJII!!". your words of consolation, tele- Born in Miami, she was the
loving voice. One year has
our sincere thanks and appre- f '9J 7k f q phone calls, visits, and all daughter of John' and the late.
It
passed. seems as though it .
ciation to our many friends other donations and contribu- : Emily Hepburn. Mrs. Brown-
was Just yesterday. Sadly
neighbors and relatives, who missed by your devoted mother tions helped so much in help- lee received secondary teacher -
were so kind during our hour Ing us bear our heavy burden. i'jf.:: training at the Alabama

of bereavement. Thanks for Special thanks to Rev. JohnF. "j j A&M Colleg,Huntsville, Ala.,
cards floral Kiernan S.S. J. of Holy studied comparative
telegrams, Mrs. Rosa Mae Green. .. religionat
pieces and all other acts of Deacon Redeemer Catholic Church, ,' ' the New York School of Social -
Ben J. Green, stepfather '
kindness that made our burden the Range Funeral Home, the .y. Research, New York City,
much easier to bear. Thanksto Miss Emma Lee Jackson, staff of Teachers College at : and served In the faculty sec-
the neighbors of 84th St., r rI aunt Columbia University, N. Y., retariat at the Law School of
area neighbors of 47th Ter., N.Y., St. Margaret Guild, St. Columbia 'University. She
neighbors of 65th St. Special. Vincent de Paul Society, lived in Mount Vernon for 25
BLATCHwho
thanks to the pastor Rev. Daughter Elks, and the years.
James Hendon,Officers and I IN MEMORIAMIn Friendly Social Savings Club. 1966.departed this life May 16, Surviving are her husband,

members of Mt. Tabor M. B. May God bless each of you. Claude; two sons, Kevin and
.
Church, to the pastor Rev. memory of the late Three years have passed Gary; one daughter, Sheryll;
The Family
W. E.Sims, officers and mem- REV. A. M. WRIGHT since 1 you were called away. six sisters, Mrs. Beatrice
bers of New Hope M. B. ,I RICHARD OSBURN departed this life May 16, And my how we miss you, no Bostio, 422 Cedar Ave., Mrs.
Church. Thanks to the Range THOMPSONwho 1956. 'CARD OF THANKSThe one can ever say. But there Ival (Dorothy) Scott, 670 E.

Funeral Home and staff, and departed this life May16, Thirteen years have stand family of the late comes a time for all of us Lincoln Ave., Mrs. Vernette

may God's richest blessing 1968. your loving memories. MR. SAM GRAHAMand when we must say goodbye.But Brown, Chicago, and Mrs.
faith and hope and love and
with you always, the family: Sunset and evening star, linger still. Vera Sweeting, Mrs. Gloria
And one clear call for me. MR. ISAM GRAHAMwho trust can never, never die. Messer and Mrs. Agnes

Mr. L. B. Jackson son And may there be no morningat Sadly missed by: departed this life May 1, A trust in God's eternal care Thomas, Miami, and three

.. Mr. Otis Jackson, son both the bar Mrs. E. L. Wright, wife 1969, wish to express our so when the master calls let's brothers, Albert Hepburn of
of Detroit When I put out to Sea. Mrs. Hattie Wright, mother heartfelt thanks and sincere say that life is still more fair Key West, Stanley Hepburn of

Mrs. Melean Vickers, Sunset and evening bell. Rev. and Mrs. J. E.Wright,' appreciation to our numerous although the curtain falls Miami and Philip Hepburn who
And after that the dark son and daughter-in-law The Blatch is with the
daughter friends and neighbors for the Family U. S. Air Force.
Mrs. Alberto Knight,daugh- And may there be no mourningand James E. Wright, Jr., many kindness during our Services were held at the

ter, both of Miami. farewell. grandson hours of bereavement. Your Mt. Sinai Fire Baptize Holiness "
When I embark. Mrs. Ella Lavender, sister visits, telephone calls, cards, IN MEMORIAM Church, 158 S. Eighth
Messrs Felex, James, William -
telegrams flowers, letters Ave. I
CARD OF THANKSThe Mrs. Marie Thompson, and Robert Wright, and other acts of kindness,but In sad but loving memory of I
mother brothers. most of all your prayers of- our dear mother
family of the lateMR. Mr. Wallace Thompson, fered to us the comfort that MRS. SATYRA BAIN I

Y< ><. 4 ktl t ta father we needed In order to endure .who departed this life May 14, RICHARDSONEdward i
Mr. Alexander Thompson, IN MEMORIAM that difficult period. 1964.

a < brother to loving memory of my Special thanks to George Gone, but not forgotten.May Gray of 5875 SW
Mrs. Oneitha Thompson, mother Well's Funeral Home, Jacksonville her soul rest In peace, 67 St., was funeralized tues-
sister Ga., Hall's Funeral i and may light perpetual shine day from the chapel. He Is
Mrs. Maranett Thompson, Home and Cummings' Funeral '1 upon her. survived by his wife, mother,

sister Home, Fitzgerald, Ga. May Mrs. Rowena Butter one daughter four sisters and
Mrs. Verna Thompson, God bless all of you. ,daughter one brother. i

sister Mrs. Ronirtha Wilson Mrs. Alice Graham, wife of Mrs. Dahlia Major, daughter -
,
niece Sam Graham Robert Lee Brown of 141 NV] I

Mr. Robert Cambridge, .,.'..< Mrs. Eula Lamar, sister Mrs. Dollie Kelly, daughterfour 9th St., died May 4. Services
uncle Mrs. Annie'L.. Jacksonand sons were held Tuesda y in the I

Mrs. Mary Julia Carey, ,Iif Family, niece chapel. He is survived by his
aunt wife, two sons, mother, one
w"iii" IN MEMORIAM sister and one brother.
Mrs. Theo Clare godmother
IN MEMORIAM

: to loving memory of our
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WILLIAM LUCAS, CARD OF THANKSThe ; -In loving memory dear mother and grandmother William Rosson Moncur of !
this life 4 ; 1052 NW 48 St., died May 10.
who departed May . ,:.. I
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wishes to express their heart- family of the late .n r MRS. TILLIE DUNCOMBE Services will be held Thursday -
felt thanks to their numerous MR. EDWARD L. GREENE MRS. RUMILDA BURNS at 11:30 a.m. In st.Fran
and for their wish to express sincere thanks RUTHERFORDwho cis Xavier Church. He is survived -
friends neighbors
kindness In time of sor and appreciation to our many departed this life May 15, ; i,,, who departed into eternal rest by his wife Ethel; one
many friends, for their cards, 1967. t'i':,; on May 3, 1961. We shall always daughter Eleanor Shell two
row. To the priest at Saint ;
Phillips Catholic Church and letters, telegrams, floral Life, sweet life, so soon topass. ( : .... remember her kindness sons William ofNewYorkCity
pieces and other acts of kindness ... , and sweetness. May she rest and Earl of Miami one sister
the Albert staff s "' ", ;
of 111 ,
House .
in 'petc'e.The
during our bereavement. As we are she \ .
special: thanks.A so was ; Mrs. Ulrica Holms of Nassau;
Special thanks to Rev. L.A. As she Is shall , : .J''f Family
devoted wife, Margie so we be. i : : : a son-in-law Marion Shell of
Pufron Lucas, four children, Thompson and members of May she rest in peace and Miami; nieces and nephews
Temple Baptist Church man- light perpetual shine
father, six sisters and a host upon her. ll
agement and employees of
of other relatives. Polly Davis Cafeterias and the Sadly missed by: I DEATH NOTICEThe

Francis Funeral Home for efficient The FamilyIN
., service. ii FRANCIS FUNERAL

Mrs. Beatrice poitier x. Most Worshipful Prof.W. HOME
r IN MEMORIAMIn Greene, wife MEMORIAM T. Meade Grant, Jr. 33*
Mrs. Bessie Golson mother ROBERT EVERETTE President, General Grand Ma- This is to inform the
,
memory of the late Mrs. Maggie Greene, In sad but loving memoryof HUNTER sonic Congress of Ancient public that the Francis
JOSEPH H. PINDER grandmother my husband, who departed this life May 12, Free and Excepted Scottish
1968. Rites Mason, died at his home Funeral Home I is now

who departed this life May 17, SOLMON DOSTERwho Sunset and evening star 3500 South MiroStreet,in New temporarily located at
1968. CARD OF THANKSMrs. departed this life May 15, And one clear call for 'me! Orleans last Wednesday. the Richardson Fune-
Servant of God well done! 1960. And may there be no mourningof Rights will begin Friday. ral
t: Thy glorious war-fate's past. Car m 111 e Dames i So many think you are for the bar, May le.burialwillbe SaturdayMay Home, 4500 NW 17th

,,; The battle's fought, the race wishes to thank everyone for, gotten. When I put out to sea. 17 in New Orleans.Representing Avenue. Mr. Franciscan

Is won and- their kindnesses during her Though onearth you are not We love you, but God loves the King be contacted at

Thou art crowned at last. Illness. She is recuperating more. you best. Hiram Lodge No. 1 of Miami 1437 NW 56th St. Ph
:
the home ofhersonanddaughterinlaw You are a living part of me. AFAM will be Mr. Leroy H.

Willie Mae Finder, wife Mr.andMrs.Kernell Mrs. Doris Everett, mother Grant, W.M. 14' and Rev. 6916102.t .
I The Family Dames in Opa-locka. Missouri Doster, wife and Family Eddie Collie S. W. 14'.
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RANGEMrs. ALBERT BAIN'S Masons Night fI

Willie Acosta of 745 NW 58
Grace E. Thomas of St., #7 died Thursday, May 8, Willis Dukes, Sr. of 13847 Of Games
1461 NW 60th St., Apt. 10 died at South State Hospital. He is Monroe St., died May 8 at

May 12. She Is survived by her survived by his wife Arletha South Florida State Hospital. R py
husband Alfred, two sons Al- three stepdaughters Essie M. He is survived by his four sons SaturdayMembers

fred, Jr. and Larry; her parents Spear, Evelyn and Mary James, David, and Calvin and
of Modern Free
Mr. and Mrs. Rozz Stan- Blackshell; two brothers Sgt. John Dukes; five daugh-
and Accepted Masons and its
Sr. two sisters Eula P. Doshia and ters Ruby Mitchell, Bessie
ley, ; Joe. Services will
affiliated Order of the East-
Stanley and Juanita Hall; anda be held Tuesday at 2 p.m. at Dorsey, Betty Joe, Gladys and
ern Star are Invited to an
brother Rozz Stanley, Jr. St. John Baptist Church. Josephine; grandchildren;
Arrangements are IncompleteMrs. Wilburt Smith of 1480 NW four sisters,and two brothers. evening of fun Saturday, May
57th St., died Thursday at Vet- Services were held from Hurst 17 at their building, 4928 NW

Emma' Givens of 207 erans Hospital. He is survived Chapel AME Wednesday. 7th Avenue. Party-time will

NW 16th St., died May 9 at by his wife Lillian;one stepson Mano Mackey of C.J.Killum begin at 8:30 p.m.

Jackson Hospital. She is sur- James Collie; one stepdaughter Labor Camp,Goulds,died May
vived by her husband Joseph; Thelma Carey;two sisters 7 at Jackson Hospital. Ser-
a sister Carrie Martin. Ser- Callie Williams and Frankie vices were held Wednesdayfrom Hosts for the occasion will

vices will be held Thursday, Johnson; three brothers Na- Paradise Memorial Gar be George Prather of Manor
thaniel Cleve dens. He Is survived his Park Lodge #71; Richard
and
3 in the chapel. Edward. by
p.m. Services will be held Saturdayat wife Eldora and other relatives Harris of House of Progress ;! frI
#72 Ozie Dunn of Sons of Co-
3 in ;
SP/4 Paul Jones of 2350 NW p.m. Kelly's chapel.
Mrs. Dorothy Mae Wild- conut Grove #73; Clyde
63rd St., Apt. C, was killed in Mrs. Ollie Mae Green of
goose, of 11520 Robinson St., Murray of St. Paul Lodge#74;
Vietnam recently. He'is sur- 1224 NW 65th St.,died May 10.
died May 12 at Baptist Hos- George Skirving of Carol City
vived by his mother Ida Mae; She Is survived by her hus-
pital. She is survived by two Lodge #75; and Charlie Davisof
twosisters
four sisters Josephine Moore, band Daniel ;
daughters Joan and Renette Community Goodwill Lodge
Louise, Ruth and Martha Maggie Scott andDaisyJones; ;
her mother Katie #76.
Bowe four
;
brother Willie Simmon.
Jones. Arrangements are in- one
complete.Mrs. Services will be held Tuesday. brothers Louis, Emory,
Johnnie and Floyd; one sister
John Chandler of 1831 NW Hostesses will be r
Bernice Gibbons four sis Mrs.
Martha Gray of 1270 68th Ter., died May 10. He Is ters-in-law one brotherinlaw. ; Reatha Whitehead of Evening
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NW 60th St., Apt. 14,died May survived by his wife Bessie; ; e ,
Services will be held Sat Star #67; Mrs. Eva Price of -- ---
7 at Jackson Hospital. She is one stepdaughter Eva Bell two
; urday, 4 p.m. from Second Peacesetters Chapter #68;
survived by two sons Felton stepsons Henry and Benjamin; Baptist Church, Richmond Mrs. Ruth i e Bethel of Ca- "Care"
and Frank; five daughters two brothers Clark and Purty, Heights.Ed mellia Chapter #69; Mrs. I SubJect:

Helen Robinson, Eula Mae Jr.; sisters Virginia Jones, Harris of 405 NW 15tt I Carrie Meek of Ladies of the Wilson feels that the Interest
Minister J. w... prime -
Smith, Rosie McKinley, Naomi Boyd,Pearly M.Lanks, St., Florida City, died May 12: Lamp #70; Mrs.De lores Hanna
Lizzie and Martha Gray; 32 Cora Holms, Hattie S. Gill, at Jackson Hospital He is sur-, of Felicity #71; Miss Doris of the adults today should be the parents of

grandchildren, two sisters, a Dorothy Johnson and Wilma vived by his wife Estella: one I McGahee of Jewels of the Star our grandchildren who happen to be today's children. -

brother and other relatives. Floyd. Services are incom- stepson; one brother-in-law;; #74; Mrs. Ethel Graham of With these children on our minds, it is very important -

Remains will be shipped to plete. two sisters-in-law. Services: Mt. Zion Chapter #75; Mrs. that we all should care. First of all, today,
Perry, Ga. for final rites. Mrs. Ollie Daniels of 412 will Elease
be held Saturday 1 p.m,, Montgomery
should work their abilities
NW 25th St., died May 11.She from St. John Baptist Church parents to uttermost to
Shavon Davis of 7125 NW is survived by two sisters Do- in Sunnyhaven inject hope where there I isfrustration to bring about

22nd Ct., died May 11 at her retha Steward, Adela Turner; Food and refreshments, the accesses beyond the normal necessities of life.
home. She is survived by her one brother Monroe White. George E.Jackson of 911 NW games and dancing will high-
We should for
strive a perpetual and
mother Me 11 vi n e 1; father Remains will be shipped to 75th St., died April 22.He is light the evening's activity. A entertaining ,
Jerry; a brother and sister, Mobile, Ala., Thursday.Mrs. survived by his mother Annie special award will be given to recreational program for our young people. We shouldsee

aunts and uncles. Serviceswere Lillie Rosser of 278G I Raysor, sister Cora ; a brother the lodge and chapter with the that they have an opportunity to explore their

held Wednesday in the NW 47th St., died May 5. She I Hardy Benjamin and a best membership attendance. talents be it musical, vocational or spiritual, etc.

chapel. is survived by her husbandGeorge I sister-in-law Minnie Raysoran All members are urged to attend We also have a new kindergarten service that
; one son George, Jr.; uncle Thomas Raysor.Ser- and bring a friend.
Mrs. Willie J. Streeter of covers care for babies and pre-school age children.We .
one daughter Lois Archie;one I vices were held Apr 1126 in the I
5734 NW 4th Ave., died May brother; two grandsons. Ser- chapel. will feed the hungry and if in need for any of

6 at Jackson Hospital. She is vices were held Saturday at t Fife of 10230 David McCier is chairman these services, call 693-0481 or come to 9009 NW
Mrs. Agnes affair Olive Florence
of the
survived by her husband Al a ;
Antioch Church.
Baptist Raymond G. Seymour off Jones is co-chairman. 21st Avenue. We will see you there. 0(
daughter Fannie Sakers,three Deacon Samuel Roberts 01 r 16430 NW 17th Ct., died Mon-
Mitchell Willie and
sons 3501 NW 213th Ter.,survivors day, May 5. He is survived by
Forrist 17 including
grandchildren -
; include wife Neatie; om''his' mother Juanita, father
NathanStreeter; seven daughter Joan Randell; twc)'Livingston; six brothers, five
great grandchildren, nieces brothers, five sisters. Ser. sisters. Services were held IN CASE YOU ARE
and
nephews. Services were
vices were held at New Liberty 'at First Baptist Church of
held Tuesday at St. Luke Bap- City Antioch Baptist. Bunche Park.
tist Church.


Mrs. Madie Brannonof3375 JOHNSON AND JOHNSON WONDERING WHAT

Franklin Ave., Coconut Grove SHOE STORE & REPAIR NO. I I&2

died May 5. She is survivedby 6858 NW 15th, Ave 5930 NW 17th Ave
a son Oscar Sanders;three
For tired, aching f.et:
granddaughters, a grandson, MOLD SHOES
her mother Mrs.Cellie Davis; Ideol.ho.. forwaitr.ss.s HAPPENED TO HIM?

and a stepbrother. Serviceswere dentists, surgeons,
held Monday at Sweet- beautician, barbers,
businessmen who spend,
field Baptist Church. long hours on their feet.


Louis Dennie of 1281 NW FOR MEN & WOMEN He Is Still Selling .

61st St., died May 7 at Mt. Buy no shoes to work In
Sinai Hospital. He is survivedby until you try a pair of
his parents Mr. and Mrs. our famous MOLD SHOES. '

Jim Dennis;two sisters Lizzie The Freshest Fish In Town -.- .
Mays and Claretha Hudson: ;

three brothers Eddie,Tommieand

Fred picola; several Sanders.aunts Re-Including If You Don't Like The Fish

,
mains were shipped to r.

Thomasvllle, Ga. for final
rites. You've Been GettingComeWhere


Moss T. Sweeney of 960 NW Y y
50th St., died May 8 at Mt. n N
You'll Be Satisfied
Sinai Hospital. He is sur-

vived by his wife Ethelda, a

son Moss, Jr.; a daughter
Mary LaNier; a sister Vivian
Pearson and brother Ernest.

Services were held Friday, tUALITYSEAFOOD

May 9. Remains were shippedto k

Lexington, Kentucky for
buriaL CENTR
Ben Henry Branham of 1014

NW 10th St., Hallandale. died MR. LESTER ALBERT. OWNER

May 2 at Memorial Hospital.He There ,are many funeral homes in the Miami
is survived by his wife funeral service.So .
but there is only one
Ann area,
a daughter Lossye San-
call . .
in hour of bereavement
drews; five grandchildren, a your
sister Lizzie, Lee and a brother
Charles Clark. Services No deserving poor, refused

were held Wednesday, May 7 of AlbertWhere
from Ebenezer Baptist House

Church of Hallandale.Go .
service begins and never ends STORE HOURS

LOCATIONS TO SERVE YOU
THREE 8:30 AM 7:30 PM
MONDAY THRU THURSDAY, -
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Sunday Day. I >>
No. 2 will sing during the 11 ----

a.m. and 6 p.m. services. MRS. SALLY CARLINEOn MRS. I. C. MICKENS

Ushers' Board No. 1 will serve
Friday, May 16 at 8 p.m. ladies from various churchesin
II} MRS. WALTON Y. ROBINSON MRS. FRANCES JOHNSON at 11 a.m. and No. 2 at 6 p.m. the church will begin their ob- our community during our
. Speaker . Cbalrll1n9' Plans for the anniversary of
servance of the 16th Women'sDay BTU hour at 5 o'clocjc. Mrs.
Ushers' Board No. late on the
activities. A delightful, Shirley Richie, Mrs. Verneka
Date and time to be announced t '
way.
5. musical and literary programis Dames, Mr. Callie M. Foster
next week.
t' planned. The crowning of and Mrs. Christine Hammock.Mrs. .
Dinners are still being sold
Mrs. Antioch will take place. Delores Miller will
'; every Saturday at the church. Mrs. Sally Carline of New serve as moderator.
For delivery call 7581601.
,." to the Providence Baptist Church Mrs. I. C. Mickens, teacherin
Our sympathy goes
will speak on Sunday morn- the Dade County School sys-
family of the late Brother Em-
tem will speak at the evenings
manuel Roberts whose funeral Ing.There
will be a panel dis- e r v Ice. These ladies will
services will be held Saturday, of At-
Rev. G. L. Champion
cussion involving a group of 'speak from the theme: "What
"I' May 17,at 2 p.m.at the church. lanta, Georgia will preach the
Women Can Do To Help The
Let us continue to pray and revival crusade in the Opa-
Church Save The World."
\ visit all our sick and shut.ins. 10 c ka area beginning with
Jf2 DAY SPRING A cordial invitation is extended -
Our pastor will preach at
prayer services Monday, May to
\I" everyone.
ftt" Temple Baptist Church on 12 18 and preaching Monday, Women's Day is the fourth Rev P. W. Wiggins,pastor.BAHA'IS .
Wednesday, May 21. May 19 25 by Rev.Champion Sunday, Sister Emma Clemous
" 'd Visitors are always welcome who is director of Turner will be the morning speaker -

Theological Seminary Dept.of and Sister Terry the even- OF MIAMIThe

MRS. MARY FEHERCoCHAmMAN MRS. CAROLYN DAVISCoCHAIRMAN the AME Church at ITC, Atlanta Ing speaker. The pastor is

. NEW PROVIDENCE asking all to come out. Baha'is of Miami will
The crusade is sponsored Let for the sickand observe the 125th anniversary
TIle women invite you to attend ly the principal of Bethune us pray
of the birth of the aba'IFaith
and Mt.Zion AME
Hermon
Rev C. J. Burney, pastor Mt. shut-in.
their 19th Annual Women's Elementary School. The
Arsula Edwards,reporterREV. Churches. Rev. W. M. Slater pastor with a public meeting, to be
this soloist is Valdez Mur-
Day, Sunday, May Mrs.
held at the Central Life Insurance
-
is invited to help and
I
Everyone Sin Ruby Lee Burton is
18. ray, who is well known to Mi- M 1 Qqul.
this effort Company building,
make a
The speaker for (the morn- amians for her very fine success. reporter. 5524 NW 7th Avenue, Thurs

; Ing is Mrs. Walton Y. Robin- talent. day, May 22, at 8 p.m.
i son,a native Floridian, and a Following the morning wor-
Pastors And Church's Third Mr. A. D. Moore, memberof
member of Ebenezer Methodist ship the women are asking 3t4 the Miami Baha'iCommunity -

Church Mrs. Robinson their guests and friends to Join Anniversary At Drake MemorialThe will speak "The Bab-

attended Clark College and the members in a fellowshiphour __ _,_ Forerunner of a New Age."
).Fisk University and is the re- with the new pastor, 1 I pastor, officers, and ci In 1844 in the cityofShiraz,,
cipient of a master of Arts de- Rev. George W. Warren and members invite all their Persia, (now Iran), a young
gree from New YorkUnivers- his family in the dining area friends attend the Church Persian announced himself to

ity. She has worked in the Dade of the church. and Pastor's Third Anniversary i r be a Prophet from God and

County Schools since 1943, is The evening worship will The following min -i; Herald of a greater Prophet
a member ofseveraltraternalorganizations begin at 4p.m.Broadcast time isters and their .
congregatin ""' .. .t. '' 'J soon to appear. He was per-
and is present- WMBM 12:15 p.m. will help in this observance (. iIi! ...;'.... secuted by the Muslim clergy
beginning Monday night, May r, '. '. ," and
"' . ". martyred in 1850 in Ta-
KELLY'S CHAPEL NEW BETHEL 19 with Rev. P. W. Willins; : .!. .. '... ".''' briz, Persia. Some 20,000 of

Tuesday Rev. A. L. Shipp; .'' .. ; .".1. c. .'....'r' ,:. His followers were also mar-
BURNEY Wednesday, Rev. W. E. Sims; .. tyred during the early historyof
C. J.
Rev. W. H. Butler pastor Ernest Williams .r i
Rev. pastor : .
Thursday, Rev. W. J. Macon; ..... the Faith.Later,the One the
Marie Carr, reporter Alice Harris, reporterThe The officers and members Sunday at 3:30 p.m. Rev T.C. Bab foretold proclaimed Him
The results of the baby contest Ways and Means are extends to each of you a cordial Kelly and Sunday at 7:30 p.m. self to be that Promised One

is as follows: first place having a Straw Ride to Rich- invitation to attend the 8th the Drake Memorial Vesper. i who was to come He was .

Samona Bromfield, $190.19; mond Heights Saturday, May anniversary of their pastor; Rev. J. Johnson of St. James Baha'u'llah, Founder of the
second place La Tanya Butler, 17. Price 75$ round trip. The May 18 at 3 p.m. Rev. Paul Baptist will be the speaker. Baha'I Faith.

; $170.; third place Rhoshaun bus will leave the church at Freeman and congregation of The public is cordially invited -

Simmons, $81.Grand total was 7 p.m. Mrs. Ivadell Hepburnis Zion Hope Baptist Church will Many thanks to the Pastor's REV. J. W. DUNN, Pastor to attend this observance -
$551.42. Parents are Mr. and president. be the speaker and guest. Aid for remembering the mother with the largest family .

Mrs. Sim Bromfield, Mr. and The Men's Day committeeis Come one, come all. oldest, he youngest, and the on Mother's Day.CHRISTIAN.
Mrs. W. H.Butler,Jr.and Mr. selling tickets for,the tripto '
and Mrs. David Simmons. Key West, Memorial Day. JORDAN GROVE CHRISTIANFELLOWSHIP BUILDING FUND DAY
Other contestants were: Make sure to get yours, they BAPTIST AT MT. ,ZION

Charles Wilson, Jr.; Rosa are going fast. Price $8.00 Rev. D. Cook pastor
Don't Rev. 0. D. Williams, pastor You and I tolling for earth
Oarr Latrese McMillian; round trip, refreshments are Eddie Gilbert, reporterOur forget prayer meetingat ,
Robin Gordon, and Samona annual church projectfor the home of Bro. Thomas The U I her s' Board Anni- may at the same time be toiling -

Wilson.On free.Don't forget to get your tic- Women's Day... a Calen- Blue. He is expecting you to versary began Wednesday, for Heaven, and every
Sunday the Ushers' are kets for the contest between der Tea 'will take place next come out in full force. A lea May 14, at 8 p.m. The speaker day's work may be ,Jacob's

having their anniversary at Rev. Stuart and our pastor, Sunday from 3-6 p.m. at the will be given by the Willing will be our own Rev. R. B. Ladder up nearer to God.
3 p.m. During the morning you can get your tickets from Police Benevolent Hall, 4343 Workers Club at the home oi, Calhoun, Thursday night the These words express the feel-
services the youth will take Deacon Bridgewater. NW 17th Ave. Prizes will be Bro. Harold Sharpe the four: speaker will be Rev. Dennison Ing of the Mount Zion Building

over the services. Guest Help, visit, and pray for the awarded to the three best Sunday in this month. Make a Friday night Rev:,Ivey and Fund Task Force as it an-
speaker will be Mr. Lehman sick and afflicted Miss Ingrid decorated tables. date to attend. on Sunday at 3 p.m. l ev.Boy- nounces its annual "Building

Beneby, a senior at Miami Rainey is in Jackson Hospital. The women will observe Choir members are askedto kIDs of Greater MacedoniaM. Fund Day program, which will
Northwestern. The public is their 11th annual Women's attend all rehearsals to become B. Church will be the be held the third Sunday morn-

invited to both events. Day Sunday, May 25.The cooperation acquainted with singing speaker. ing, May 18. The general
On Sunday, the men launched of the church Is expected to the music of the neworgan. Please remember the sick., theme for the day is: We Ex-
NEW MACEDONIARev. Deacon John L. Jackson remain pect A Miracle. The is
their annual Men's Day, Meetings are held at the homeof public
which is to come off on July Roscoe Jackson,pastor Sisters Mary Brown,chair- Sis. Isabelle Blue. in Cedars of Lebanon invited. An interesting day of

27. Willie J. Beard, reporterThe man and Ada Manual, coo Pray for and help the sick Hospital and Brother Charlie worship has been planned.
Male Chorus wish t chairman.Our and needy. Jackson remain in Jackson The Willing Workers Club

'. thank each and everyone who morning speaker is Hospital. Let us all Join hands will serve as hostesses The
in and pray for world peace. sermon will be delivered
I supported them their Battle Mrs. Lenette Pennington of NEWMT.MORIAH by
Ml. AARON of Songs with the Male Chorus Perrine, and our evening Rev. Edward T. Graham.

'\ of Jordan Grove, at Jordan speaker is Mrs. W. K. Smith. Rev. A. L. Shipp, pastor Lillie Muse Doles, chair-

Rev. 0. L.Sample,pastor Grove. The pastor would like to Evelyn Souter, reporterThe ST. MATTHEWSRev. ) man and Rev. E. T. Graham,
R. M. Hicks reporteron There will be a King and I, thank the No. 1 choir for accompanying public is cordially Invited Is pastor.

Sunday at 3 p.m. Mt., Queen Tea, Sunday, May 18 him to Savannah, to an after service program Randall, pastor
Aaron will be the guest of from 3. 5 p.m. at the church, Georgia on last week.will this Sunday night, featuring Wynell Turner, reporter
Christian Fellowship Baptist Mrs. Louise Knapp a memberof the Spiritual Melodies. Sisters Watson and Randallare PASTOR'S AID UNION

Church to observe Youth Day. ,New Shiloh M. B. Church We are asking each one to asking all teenagers to
Our pastor will bring the roes' will be the speaker. She MT. OLIVETTEThere please be present this Thurs- meet this Saturday at 5:30p.m. This Sunday the Pastor'sAid

I sage. We're asking our youth speak from the theme: day night for Prayer meetingat The Pastor's Anniversary Union will meet at New
/l choir and youth ushers' along "Adults' Concern for our will be a Musical 8:00. Hope P. B. Church, Rev. B.C.

with our entire congregation Children in Sunday School." Program at Mt. OUvetteSun- The Deacons and Deaconess. will be observed during the Samuels is the pastor. Rev.

to help make their youth daya This is being sponsored by the day, Mayll at 3:30 behalf of Anniversary will be the fourth month. All friends and well 0. L. Nickerson of Mt. OliveP.
I success. Sunday School Dept. A cordial our women's day. The pro- Sunday. wishers are welcome to attend B. Church choir and ushers
We're still In the process invitation is extended to each gram will feature the Miami Please pray for world these services. will be In charge.

of remodeling our church.Stop and everyone to come out and Allstars and others.Come and peace. Visitors are always Pray for the sick and shut- Sister Willie Mae Bagley is

In to visit us Sunday. hear, tilts great speaker. bring your shouting shoes welcome.' ins. president


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THE MIAMI TIMES Friday May 16, 1969 25Women's

II Day At Zion Hill SHILOH MT. SINAI ANTIOCH NEW HOPERev.

Rev. James awaited Pickett day,pastorA has ar Rev. A. M.Griffin,pastor Rev. Cleo Albury, pastorB. Rev. P. W.Wiggins,pastor H.C.Samuels,pastor
long Cheryl English, reporter Boney, reporterThe Dinettie Cobb, reporterThe Patricia Gowen, reporterWe
arrived. Sunday
May
finally There will be a dinner sale pastor is attending theJ. Junior Choir will sponsor would like to thank all c
Zion Hill will celebrate Its
annual 18, Women's Day.The time all day Saturday at the home T. Brown Seminar in ses- ( a program Wednesday, our members and friends wh
and effort put into this year's of Sis. Maxell Davis, 1428NW sion at St.John Baptist Church May 14 at 8 p.m. Rev. W. C. came out on last Sunday to pa
promises a sure dis- 61st St., Phone 696-3565, In 2006 Contentinent Ave., West Ivery will deliver the mes- tribute to their mothers. The
planning for who behalf of the Deaconess Board. Palm Beach. You are invited. sage. Everyone is invited. services were very enlightinj
appointment anyone There will be a Green Leaf Membership attendance is Remember to attend to all who heard wonderfu
to become a part by mis- prayer
fails the beautiful services in Tea, Sunday at the home of. requested in prayer meeting, meeting every Tuesday at 8 message coming from oui
sing Sis. Elam from 4-6 p.m., in Thursday, May 14 at 8 p.m pastor.
store. behalf of Women's Day, 1301 Persons desirous of mem- p.m.There will be a Musical The Pastor's Aid Circle
NW 90th St. Sis. GwendolynThompson i bership in Choir No. 3 are ask Program held in behalf of Wo will meet this Sunday, May II
will be the speak- ed to meet Monday, May 18 at men's Day Friday, May 16 at at the New Hope P.B.C. at )
er.Sister 7:30 p.m. in the annex, A. 8 p.m. The group attendingwith o'clock. The Rev. 0. L. Nick-
Sheffield will have a Tanner, president. the largest number of erson, choir and ushers wit
rummage sale at the church Urgent I The Local Enter- members will receive an be In charge. We are askinf

..>4t 11. ' ', Saturday along with a sand- tainment is asking yuur coop- award. all members to please come
Ella Cook wich sale.Starting. eration for rooms to house All youth are urged to attend out and help your pastor.
at 5:30 p.m. Satur- delegates for the S. S. and junior church meeting Please let us not forget I
attendance will enjoy the mes- day there will be a sale at the B.T.U. Congress convening in every Saturday at, 4 p.m. pray for the sick, shut-ins
sage of Mrs. Ella Cook, wife home of Sis. English, 1250NW Miami, June 16-22. Contact Everyone is cordially Invited and bereaved everywhere.Oui
of the Rev. D. Cook, pastor of 66th St. Deacon Charles Brooks if you to attend our Women's get well wishes go to Brothei
Jordan Grove M. B. Church Sis. Smith who lives in Opa- have available accommoda- Day this Sunday. Willie Phillips who is in Jackson -
Miss Beverly Champion, locka will also have a sale tions. Remember to pray for the Memorial Hospital. Visi-
)!, Miami Northwestern junior, Saturday. Let us continue to spread sick, shut-in and men on the tors are always welcome.
will entertain the youth as Friday night at the home of some sunshine to our sickand battlefield. or..'*
} S 1 speaker for their 3:30: pro- Sis. Bryant there will be a shut-ins. GREATERBETHLEHEM
gram. sandwich sale, 1200 NW 65th
Our chairman Sis. Robin- St. This is in behalf of the No. ST. PAULRev. MT. TABOR
Marjorie PerkinsWe son andco-chairmanSis. 1 Ushers' Board. Rev. C. H. Smith, pastor

ter urge the presence of all The No. 2 choir will have a T. C. Kelley, pastor Rev. J. W.HendonpastorW11helm1na Mary Hopkins,reporterThe
have for your pleasuretwo ladies on this memorable day. do-it-yourself program Fri- Mary Amos, reporterWe Sands,reporter public Is Invited to wor-
great speakers. Our It is also their wish that all day at 8 p.m., they are askingall are invited to Drake Me- Rev. J. N. Byrd Day will be ship at Bethlehem to help us
morning platform will be honored assessments be paid at this members and visitors to morial Church on the fourth celebrated during the morn- celebrate our 7th Annual Wo-
with the presence of Mrs. time. please come out. Sunday to close cut their anni ing worship Sunday. At 3:30 men's Day. The chairmanco-
Marjorie Perkins. Mrs. Per- Dinners are being sold The pastor is asking the entire versary. The pastor is askingall p.m Rev. Griffin, pastor of chairman namely Mary Hop-
kins is a member Greater every Saturday at the church church to go with him Sunday choirs to plan to make this Shiloh Baptist and congrega- kins and Mary Clayton and
New Bethel, Rev. W. K. Smith 2385 NW 60th St. afternoon to Mt. Tabor date with him. tion will render service for other women have planned a
pastor. She is also chairmanof The church welcomes visi- Baptist Church, Rev. J. Hen- All young people and Sun- the Sunday School and BTU full day of joyful activities.
the Juvenile Delinquency tors to attend the Tuesday don, pastor. beams are asked to please annual financial drive. The Members 'your assessmentsare
Committee 'and the Women's night prayer services and bid Women's Day is the fourth meet Saturday at 4 p.m. for public is invited to attend. now due.Friday .
Department.Those remembrance of all to our Sunday, Sis. L.Knapp chair- their usual practice.The Rev. Hendon will be the May 16 at8p.m.the
members in eveningST.JAMESAME sick and shut-ins. man and Sis. E. Elam is co girls of the year of the speaker on Thursday, May 15, Rev. L. Hickman and congre-
chairman. National Council of Negro Women 8 p.m. for the State Pall- gation of Sunrise Baptist will
Don't forget the sick and paid their tribute totheir bearers Lodge here at the render service in' behalf of
LILY WHITE NEWS shut-in. Please visit and pray mothers and all mothers and church. All members and Women's Day.Bethlebems.
for them all. heritage to the late Mary Mc- friends are asked to attend Kindergarten -
Rev. S. L. Gay, pastor Last Monday night was the Leod Bethune, founder and Dinners are still being sold under the supervision of
Joseph Marshall, reporter regular monthly meeting, all organizer. We were very at the church on Saturday. Mrs. Ware will have their May
1845 NW 65th Street business matters were dis- ZION HOPE proud that Uey chose our placeto Please call 693-0820 or 693- day Friday at 7:30.
Mrs. Doris Williams and cussed. The juniors monthly worship. Mrs Cornelia 0821 to place your orders. Let u s remember to pray
August-ites would like to thank meeting will be the third Sat- 5129 NW 17th Avenue Gleen president of the counciland Pray for the sick and shut- for the sick and shut-in.
everyone for their coopera- urday in this month. The pastor is asking all Mis Shirlyn Rawls one of in. Visitors are always welcome -
tion and support. We are look Athonette Turner was se- members to accompany him the girls of the year are both .
ing to have your presence lected by the Gamma Delta Sunday, May 18 to New Provi- members of our church. ST. AGNES -<
again. Special thanks to Tur- Sigma Chapter as a bud of dence Baptist Church, Rev.C. Remember our sickand
ner's Kindergarten. This was spring. Ralph McCloud was J. Burney, pastor, to close shut-ins, pray for their safe MT. CARMEL Father L. L. Sands, rector
the pastor's anniversary. Bryley Newton, reporter
chosen as an escort.
our second annual.mother's that God will in-
,
keeping soon Rev. D. A. Bradley pastor
The McCloud family jour- Please be present and on time. Sympathy from all of us is
day fashion tea. able them to come out towor- Louise McGrlff, reporter
Wednesday, May 21 the pastor extended to Mrs. Margaret
The Ushers' Board No. 2 neyed to Tampa to visit an ship.
There will be a Pretty Cup
is asking the church to accompany Rosser whose motherinlawdied
niece. Our
are
will a picnic at Haul ailing prayers
sponsor Tea at the home of Deacon
him to New Mace- last week. Her remains
with
over Beach May 25.Mr.W.W. them. and Sister Sheffield, 1076 NW
Our is donia, Rev. Roscoe Jackson, EBENEZERRev. were funerallzed on Saturday.St. .
deepest sympathy ex-
Plummer is Please
present. 74th St. from
3
Sunday 4:30
-
will
Veronica's Chapter
pastor to begin the anni-
attend, we need your support. pressed to Mrs.Bessie Strong celebration for Rev. A.D.Hall,Sr.,pastorE. p.m. You are invited. sponsor a' Tea Sunday from
in the loss of her mother. Get versary
Mrs. Carrie Lawrence and Jackson. Ingram, reporterThe There will be a dinner sale 4-6 p.m. in the parish halt
May-Ites are having all day well wishes to Mrs. Lula and membersare at
On Sundav. Mav25Sis. Mary public Saturday night the home of The Episcopal Churchwomen -
Saturday in the parish hall a Flowers, Mrs. Williams and Green is sponsoring a tea at invited to attend the annual Deacon and Sister Fred Mc- will have their Spring

dinner sale. Phone OX 14212to Mrs. Cobbs. the home of Sis. Veola Williams Musical Spring Tea of Choir Intosh, 5539 SW 16th St., Ingathering on Whit Sunday,
place your orders Election of officers will be 1475 NW 42nd St., in No. 2, Sunday, May 18 at 4 Hollywood, one block off Pern- May 25 at the 10:45 a.m. ser-
On Friday, May 16 at 8 p.m. held Monday, May 19. All behalf of Ushers' Board No. 1. o'clock. A splendid program brook Road at 56th St., in behalf vice. Mrs. Marjorie Wake is
the May-ites are sponsoring members are asked to attend. The public is invited to help has been planned for your en- of Men's Day. president.
"Trip Around the World".We Mrs. Margaret Carey is the make this tea a success. Dea- joyment. Mrs. Ollle M. Rossis There will be a'fish fry Saturday Service for the week:
will be leaving the parish hall district deputy. con Anderson is president.On the president. at 1 p.m. at the home of Thursday, Ascension Day,
at 8 p.m. and proceed to the Let us all bow our heards our sick list we have During the evening servicesthe Bro. and Sis. Dennard, 945 Holy Communion, 7:30 p.m.
North Dade Junior College and in prayer for Jessie James Mother Zander's and Brother installation of officers of NW 83rd Ter.

then to Florida Memorial Col- Gavin. David Armstrong, who is recovering the United Methodist Men will Pray for the sick and shutin -
lege for sight seeing tours. Juanita McCloud, reporter.ST. from an accident. Let be held. The United MethodistMen and those who have lost MILLROCKRev.

After our tour, we will go to us remember our sick, shut- will also have as their some of their love one's. Pray
the home of Mr and Mrs. LUKE in and members bereaved guest, the Utility Voices, one for the men in Viet Nam.Visi- Andrew Jackson,pastor
Bradwell of 16041 NW 18th families inour prayers. of South Florida's most outstanding tors are always welcome. E. Jackson, reporterThe
Place where a sale party will Rev. P. W.Williams,pastor Rev. Paul Freeman, pastor singing erotics. pastor is asking all
be held. Then we will go to the Kathleen Streeter, reporter and Bessie Williams,reporter Choir No. 1 will be In chargeof members to meet him at Rev.
home of Mr. and Mrs.William Ushers' Board No. 1 and 2 class meeting Tuesday MT. CALVARY Everson's church on 7th Ave.
Terrell of 18002 NW 48th Pl., invite you to attend their"Fi- GRACE night. Let us not forget the at 67th St. Friday at 8 p.m.
Carol City, where refresh- nancial Anniversary" Sunday, sick and shut-ins. Mr.Augrey There's a baby contest There will be a tea Sundayat
ments will be served free May 25 at 3 p.m. A programhas Rev. W. F. Savoy, pastor Hale, Mt. Sinai; Mrs. BerthaT. goingThursday night,June 12, 7304 NW 7th Avenue from
along with fun and games. Mrs. been planned for your en Condolences to the bereaved Martin, Mr. Audley Rich at Mt. Calvary. Vote for the 4 5:30 p.m., sponsored by
Carrie Lawrence is chairman.To joyment. Thanking you in ad- family of Mr. and Mrs.Ar- ardson, Baptist Hospital and baby of your choice. Brother Rex Barkley inbehalf
the sick and shut-ins, vance Deacon Snell and Bro. thur Joneswhose son,Anthony Edwin Lloyd, Northwest Hospital There will be a Dumb Supper of Ushers' Board No. 1. .t
may you trust in God for Willie Williams, Presidents.The was killed in battle in at the home of Mr. and Mrs. We are asking the pray- '
higher wisdom. Young Matrons will Vietnam. The funeral ser- Williams Jackson Saturday.The ers of the church for DeaconR.
present a "Get Acquainted vices will be conducted at the MT. PILGRIMRev. Stars Over Miami will Torrence who lost his bro-
Dinner" Thursday, May 29. church. We remember Anthony be here in behalf of Women's ther in New Jersey and a sis,
FRIENDSHIPRev. Please plan to attend. as a sincere youth who J.W.Everson,pastor day. Sis. Marie Davis. ter who is lying unconsciousIn
Don't forget our Youth Day grew up in our Sunday School Emma Jennings,reporter Captain 19 is sponsoring on Baltimore.ST. .
J. E. Jenkins,pastor program, Sunday, June 8. and church with a willingness Sunday, May 18 is Women's
On May 16 the No.2 Choir Please pray for our sick to cooperate.Rev. Day. Our morning speaker is May 25 a Soul Saving Cam-
will sponsor a n EducationalTour and bereaved members. You Savoy has received a Mrs. Annie L.Holmes of North paign at the home of Mrs.Alice PETER'SOur
via the church bus. The*t are invited to worship with us scholarship to attend a minis- Miami Beach. Our afternoon LaMar Jones. After services
bus will leave the church at this Sunday at 1790 NW 55th ters' seminar at Lake Juna- speaker is Mrs. Annie M. dinner will be served. pastor, Father Cooperis
7:30 p.m. The president Dea- Street. luska, North Carolina, and Wright of Opa-locks. Our Please pray for the sick and visiting the Bahamas
to return near the end theme "Christian Women lands where a park is being
con Nelson Harris and mem- plans : shut-in. Kim Johnson is in
of the month. In dedicated in honor of his father -
Working Unity.
bers invite you to go with them. Jackson Hospital. Mrs.Ada
Our get well wishes to Sis MTPLEASANT Let us remember our sick; We want to thank Rev. Pas- Ross is in Cedars otLebanon.TRANSFIGURATION ..
Eva Munnlngs and Rev. chal and for a On this Sunday, the long
Id' Rodwell In Jackson Merc Rev .A.H. Lockett,pastorA. Mrs. congregation bet
awaited Spring Recital will :
James Culmer.We wonderful service rendered
rial Hollimon reporterWe
Hospital.Our M. ,
held
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don't miss I
deepest sympathy to wish to make a correc- look to our' Friday night.On pmt.and
Stewardship Con4nittee to fulfill Thursday May 15 there this evening of music and re-
Sister Lena Hooks in the loss tion on last weeks announce- ,
of her uncle, Mr. Willieof ment, Instead of Mrs. Dewittas the assignment of conduct- will be a Musical Program The Church of the Transfiguration citals.
her uncle, Mr. Willie the morning' speaker, we ing morning worship for the And on Friday Rev. Andrew presents the St.' To our sick and shut-ins,
Acosta, we say to you pray to would like to 'announce that coming twoS u n d a y s.Cbalr- Jackson and congregation of. Theresa Fashion Tea, featuring "let thy loving mercy come,
God and He will sustain you in Mrs. W. E. Sims will be the man and co-chairman of this Millrock will render services. East Coast Tailors and My also unto me, O Lord: even
your sorrow. morning speaker.We committee are Elders Gloria Continue to pray for the sick Dressmaker, Sunday, May 19. Thy salvation according onto
Visitors are always welcome pray for the sick and Humes and Horace Martin,re- and shut-W, and the boys in at 15260 NW 19th Ave., Opa- Thy word
afflicted all over the world spectively. Vietnam. locka. Elizabeth Bain, reporter.I .



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I What Is The Urban League?

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The Urban League membership drive is now in the last LEAP trains young men for pre-apprentlceship in the building are black, the Urban League is you multiplied by uiousauus.We .
I I week and campaign chairman, Miss Nancy Adams, said, "we trades. There are many occupations such as plumbing, are working to give a voice to the voiceless, the power-
are counting on topping our goal of 3,000 members by the time carpentry ana the electrical trades where careers offer less.That
the last membership applications are counted." many fine opportunities such as high salaries. is why your voice Is so important to us, and to you.
There are over' volunteers helpingin There Is Family Planning, a new program that will offer We need every member who will Join with us. There Is some-
information birth control makesit thing for In the Urban League. There is so much to
the campaign, by asking their friends, on services. Family Planning everyone
neighbors, relatives and co-workers to Join possible for parents to decide how many children they will work for. And, only by Joining together will "the dream" be
the Urban League. Campaign volunteers have, thus giving them greater control over their social and realized.
have found that many people they approachask economic future. Help build the ghetto Into a place that will be a decent home
them, "what is the Urban League?" and The majority of Urban League efforts and workers are in for all black men, women and children. Join today, send your
"What is the Urban League doing?" community organization. Area Councils are now being formed name, address and $1. membership to the Urban League at
If you are considering Joining the league in different locations to attack community problems that the 395 NW 1st Street, or call 377-3681 for additional Informa
and would also like more information about people of each area decide are the most urgent. Successful tion. You will be glad you did.
the purpose of the Urban League in Miami, projects have resulted in increased garbage pick-ups rat and
the following brief outline will answer your vermin control programs,landlord-tenant confrontation in
questions, too. the education-desegregation issues. The success of these P
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The Urban League is a national organization with branchesin Initial efforts will lead to greater victories with the growthof
94 cities. Whitney M. Young, Jr., is the National Director. the area councils. /'
\..... Mr. Young's column on urban-racial problems appears in this This is part of what the Urban League is and does. If you
newspaper weekly and he is the author of the widely read book ..
"To Be Equal." In an article in Times magazine Mr. Youngwas
described as the "most effective man in the nation whenit
LEAP To GouldsThe
comes to drumming up Jobs for Negroes." leaps as.a .
Locally, the Miami branch of the Urban League has been in
existence for 25 years. Its director is T. Willard Fair, a Labor Education Ad- These men are expected to be *\ $
dynamic young man of 30 years, under whose direction the vancement Program recently placed now that all strikesare
Urban League has gown from a staff of three to 40 in five expanded services totheSouth settled.

years. Miami are. Cal Jennings said "Many
The Urban League is a bi-racial agency whose main thrustis With the cooperaton of the high school seniors from
in the black community, bringing services in Jobs, housing, Dade County Board of Public Northwestern, Jackson, Cen- {
i education, health and welfare to those who need them. At the Instruction and the Community tral, and Mays are registerIng -
same time, the Urban League is organizing the people of all Action Migrant Program a with LEAP so that they
black communities in Dade County to bring them together for prepping class is currently can prepare for apprenticeship -
"ghetto power". To the Urban League, the words "ghetto being held at May's Senior by, time of graduationand
power' mean that ghetto communities must gather together High School. go directly to work.
their own capabilities, their political strength represented Sessions are held on thurs- 4
from 7 to 9 where If you are a young man 17 to S
large voting blocks, their economic strength as consumers and days p.m.
large voting blocks, their economic strength as consum- LEAP tutors are preppingap- 25 years old (credit given
ers and producers, and their human resources, which are plicants in the areas of mathe- for service time) with a high 3/jtW I
large and largely untapped, in order tobringabout the changes matics, reading comprehension school diploma or anticipatingone
conditions created and and of soon,then you too can train
necessary'to free the ghetto from the technique taking
to be a carpenter, electrfcal paw-... .[Y.qs A MMir ,
tests.
maintained by a racist society.The .
Eleven applicants are participating worker, ironworker, lather,
Urban League is also committed to developing white in order to improve painter, pipefitter, plumber,
concern, involvement and action. The ultimate Urban League themselves so that they can roofer, sheet metal worker,
goal is the "Open Society", in which black men and women qualify for entrance into one sprinkler fitter, bricklayer,
will have the choice of living in a decent black community or of the eleven apprentlceable cement mason or plasterer,
Y' a decent integrated community. trade offered through the Mi- while earning $2.00 to $3.50 4
The Urban League is financed by many concerned sources. ami Building Construction an h o u r with excellent bene-
i; These include the United Fund, private foundations like Ford Trade Council FL-CIO. fits; health and welfare insur-
j in housing, and government grants like the Labor Departmentfor Through the efforts of your ance, pension plans, vacations ,
Job training.At local Urban League and the draft derferment and
present there are eight Urban League branch offices in Building Council nineteen veteran benefits for you and
1 Miami's black communities where Urban League staff are (seventeen black and two Cu- your family while earning a
working in all areas of life that affect black people., bans) minorities have been indentured trade.

In housing, there is Operation Equality which'has a place- in the various ap- Stop by the LEAP office at
ment service for black ghetto dwellers seeking housing in an prenticeship programs and 1112 NW 62nd Street,'between
society which influences the expansion low-cost housing sixteen others have met the - ---
open 9 a.m. and 7 p.m. or call 758-
housing rehabilitation, and works towards betterment of written requirements and are 5551
and get started ma better Richard Hinton employed by Robert Turchln since November
all housing concerns as promoting a local fair housing ordi- registered with the Local Joint i
Job so that can do
Apprenticeship Committees. you your 6, 1968. Here Richard reports to his work site, the Roney
nance. own thing. Plaza and is thinking"from this we must build a luxury hotel".

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Great and great, great grandchildren admire viving daughter of Father Cooper, Mrs. Gertrude Miami. Canon Cooper and his brother, Joseph, of
the plaque in the public park dedicated in the honorof Haven, 81, who was one of the honored guest. Five Philadelphia are surviving sonsof Father Cooper.

Father Marshall Cooper. In Nassau last Saturday other brothers and si sters are deceased. Mrs. Haven Also shown are Mrs. Lillian Thompson and Mrs.

Shown are CleoJollivette of Miami, Dana Wilkinsonand is a retired nurse.Development. Merlene Thompsonmother and wife of theminlster.
Deidre Donathan of Nassau. Minister Jeffrey Thompson chats \

Premier Lynden Pindling greets the only sur- with Canon Charles Cooper of St. Peter'sCathedralrE Premier Pindling accepts congratulations from
Rev. H. E. S. Reeves of
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Miamians Attend Park Dedication In NassauMiamians Cooper. It was Constitution Day in the Bahamasand
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attended a park priesthood in the Bahamas, in were the Governor, Sir Fran- Mrs. William Littles, Mrs. the occasion heralded Commonwealth Consti.
dedication in honor of one of 1885. Glowing tributes werepaid cis Cumming-Bruce, Prime Kathleen Cooper andCleoJol- tution Ceremonies. Photos by Robert N. Thcmp-
their distinguished ancestorsin to Father Cooper as a Minister Lynden 0. Pindling, livette. son.
Nassau last Saturday. The man who gave a life-time of Minister of Works Clement
1 occasion was the Common- devotion to the Bahamian peo Maynard, and Minister of De-
wealth Constitution ceremonies velopment Jeffrey Thompson MERCHANTS WHO ADVERTISE IN THE
and the dedication of ple.The park is built on the site The Royal Bahamas Bandfurnished
the Father Marshall Cooper of the home of Mrs. Lillian music and a fair FOR SALE MIAMI TIMES ARE TELLING YOU THEY
Park in Mason's Addition at Thompson and family, whose was held in the park after the BUSINESS PROPERTY APPRECIATE DOING BUSINESS WITH YOU.
McCullough Corner. cooperation enabled the ceremonies. THEY ARE COURTEOUS DEPENDABLE.
Father Cooper, who died in Government to convert the site Miamians attending the Doslrablo dUtrlcl.location Phi In central -, ,
1919, was the first black Bahamian into a park.Speakers. I dedication ceremonies were 9497150. PLEASE PATRONIZE THEM!
to enter the Anglican at the dedication ,Rev. H. E. S. Reeves, Mr.and
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HH MIAMI TIMES, Friday, May 16, 1969

CHURCH OF GOD MEMORIALTEMPLERev. HOPE WELL


I. C. Mickins,pastor Rev. J. J. Sheffield, pastor
A. M. Cohen, pastor
Rev. Lucille Beckett, reporter Carleather Sheffield,reporterOn i
Marie Hodge, reporterOur
Preparations are being
Wednesday night the Rev.
In
revival is now pro-
made for
the dedication of our Freddy Johnson will render
gress with Rev. Christy pre- new church. The first unit,the services in behalf of women's
siding for two months, come chapel, will be dedicated Sun- which CONTRACTORSCLEANI
souls to day will be the fourth LOUNGES LAUNDRY &
treat
and your
out
day, July 13. Please circle
Sunday. Rev. Douglas Cook, EARL'S ZEBRA LOUNGE NG J. H. COPELAND
these messages. your calendars. A programis pastor of Jordan Grove will 4400 NW 7th Avenue WILLIAMS' CONSTRUCTION
The Cohen Temple Choir being planned for your en- also be here on Friday night. Earl Edwards, Prop. TAILORS & CLEANERS 2939 NW 48th Terrace
broadcast Sundayat Phones 634.6233
will every tertainment.You Please come and help us put 1 Day Service Alterations IndustrialCommercialResidential
7 a.m. on radio station FUNERALDIRECTORS 4842 NW 27th Avenue
are cordially invited to the program over. The publicis 634.9251
WAME. worship with us each Sunday. invited.
The Mother's Board was Please continue to ma MANIC ER-MILTON
honored by the mother of the 6701 NW 15th Avenue
church your choice of worship. CHURCH OF GOD 691.9151 A-I LABORNO
church who was visiting in Atlanta -
Pray today that you may useGod's
FEF PAID DAILY
Georgia along with Sis. word toguide you In all The church of God Taver- RAHMINGS MORTUARY EVERGREEN Agents Wanted Driver Men with cars,

Starr. of your motives and actions. nacle (True Holiness) 1351 5253 NW 7th Avenue Fork lift, Labors: Ware-
We invite you to worshipwith NW 67th St. Elder Walter 754.0681 or 754.0682WI Agents to sell The Miami housemen. Open 5:30 a.m.
us every Sunday.we Times are wanted all over
Harris Richardson
pastor
are sending out special NEW KINGDOM Florida and Georgia. They A-I
will begin pentecostal ser- NDOW SERVICE
prayers for the sick and shut- may be boys and girls or EmploymentLow
ins, faith and prayer will solve 1952 NW 52nd Street will vices be, May 16.These services the HENRY'S adults. Make spending Fees -No Money 'Down
problem. Rev. J. Torrence, pastor inprogressthrough WINDOW SERVICE money. Write or call Mrs. Restaurant, Hotel
any 0. Harris, reporterWe 25th. Everyone is warmly invited Repair & Installing Davis, 6530 NW 15th Ave., Domestic, Factory
want to thank each and at 8:00 each night. Phone: 635-9869 6910421. 534 N. MIAMI AVENUE
PILGRIM RESTRev.
everyone who supported our

James Nelson, pastor program Sunday afternoon.Rev. THANK YOUI DRESS SHOPS -,
PATRICIA'S INC.
F. L. Johnson and
Myrtice Hicks. renorter con- 5843 NW 17th Avenue
MERCHANTS WHO ADVERTISE IN THE
gregation will render service
wish to thank 696.3515
The pastor wish to thank all those who
here Wednesday, May 21. MIAMI TIMES ARE TELLING YOU THEY
those of you who accompaniedhim have been so kind to me whileI LORY'S FASHION SHOPS
to Mt. Olive M.B.Churchin Our revival will begin June was confined to the Hialeah 6112 NW 7th Avenue APPRECIATE DOING BUSINESS WITH YOU.
2 6. We are asking for your W. Smith
Martin
Hallandale Sunday.Our Hospital, also during my con- THEY ARE COURTEOUS DEPENDABLE.
,
church anniversary is prayers. valesing days at home.
in progress, to terminate the Rev. J. W. Williams will be PLEASE PATRONIZE THEMI

fourth Sunday in July. Mrs. the speaker.Let E. C. Thomas
Lue Ellen Mitchell is chair- all of us pray for the

sick and shutin.GREATER WE'VE MOVED!!!

man.Remember the sick and pray & Harlem Cabs
fot' our boys on the battlefield. SUNSHINE CLUBThe Magic City

Visitors are always welcometo ST. LUKE Operating the Citgo Service Station
worship with us in any and annual Homecomine NEW
all our services. All roads lead to GreaterSt. Party at Lantana Tuberculosis 0 LOCATION 1501 NW 62 St.
Luke, 4205 SW 18th St. Hospital was largely attended

SCIENCE West Hollywood, Sunday, May Sunday, May 4. Arriving at the NEWPHONF 696-6400
CHRISTIAN 18 where the women will be hospital 11:15, potted plants

observing their 8th annual we distributed to the pa- mydressmaker
"Mortals and Immortals"is Women's Day.Morning tients. DRIVERS WANTED

the subject of this week'sbible speaker Mrs. Ruth The Sunshine Club wish to Full time or Part-time

Children lesson-sermon.imitate what they King of Fort Lauderdale. thank everyone who helped by 6026 NW 7th AVENUE Apply at Cff ice
Evening speaker Mother Ollie potting plants and making the
see and hear. We can't shield Ladies Exclusives' and
M. Wooley of Miami. Guest trip a success. Special thanks i
them from all the violence in choirs will be New Macedonia to the Philos Club,Friendship Ready to Wearat
the world,but we caD give them Choir No. 2 of Miami and New Garden Club and the Dade- popular prices
at least time with the God Do have SORE RASH DISCHARGE !?
equal Moriah No. 2. Monroe County T. B. Asso- See our selection of after you a ,
who is love. This subject, The public is invited. ciation. Miss Sara McNamara prom dresses. Pants and
IT COULD BE VD
"Helping Children to Reject Let us remember to pray director for securing the bus skirts are our specialty.. 4(

Violence", will be WMBMSunday discussedover for all our sick and shutins.Rev. and Mrs. Lillie M. Johnson. Made to fit all sizes For confidential information and
radio station -
0. Taylor is pastor Israel L. Armstrong'
1:45 p.m. and Betty Taylor Is reporter. president. free treatment

All are welcome at Fifth SEWING MACHINE Phone: 377.0341 Extension 152
Church of Christ, Scientist, 1969 ZIG-ZAG PORTABLE
1600 NW 54th St. '. Zlg-Zag slightly used. No DADE COUNTY HEALTH DEPARTMENT
$5 Down attach.needed to monogram,
overcast, make ,but. holes, 1350 NW 14th Street, Miami
TEMPLEThe controls built in. Sow with
On 1 or 2 noodloi. Full price
city-wide Mission will I $42.10 or assume paymentsof
$5.00 For free home
mo.
hold its monthly meeting on
demonstration, call Capitol
Sunday,May 18th at 3 p.m. at Credit Mgr. till 9 p.m. No AUTO INSURANCE
Temple. The public is invited. obll,. If toll call collect. Immediate SR-22 Filings
The Men's Day social committee 949.8124
will sponsor the Capitol Sewing Machinesof Low Monthly Payments

kick-off program with a tea on Southern Florida AUTO
TAGS- DRIVERS LICENSED.
Sunday at the home of Deacon

and Mrs. Alfred Dean 4315 GOODMAN & SONS
NW 11th affair will
Court. The
KEEN AUTO TAG AGENCY
begin at 3:30 p.m.Friends are Brown & Son
invited. Same locati tn for two generations

Members and friends will
celebrate the anniversary CARPENTRY AND 2688 NW 62nd V T.) Phone: 691.0380

of the church and pastor next GENERAL REPAIRS

week starting on Monday.Each FREE EATIMATES

evening, the meeting will be- COLOR AND BLACK & WHITE TV SERVICE
gin at 8 p.m. with a different MODEL 1060 MED-60" SPANISH MEDITERRANEANAMFM CALL 754-8590
pastor and congregation in STEREO RADIO
charge. CONSOLE 220 N.W. 50 TH ST.pig TAPE RECORDER
Console with Bar in Authenic Oak Finish.
The Temple family extends
deepest sympathy to Mr. and Cabinet of Genuine Hardwood and Solids. VET TV

.
Mrs. T. Darling who went to
TED FORMERLY OF JET IS NOW VET
Nassau last weekend to attend

the funeral of their sister. STEREOPHONIC CONSOLE FLORIST 379-7735
Also to the family of the late owr svor
Miami, J'lortda
Mrs. Rachel Rolle.Congratulations.
to the mo- 846 NW 2ND AVENUE OPEN 9 TO 9

ther who received special hon
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ors on Mother's Day. Mrs.
Sarah Johnson, the oldest mo- .3.0 H. W. 7th AV.,1I1
Miomi, '.
ther, was Queen for the day; "r
Mrs. Catherine Dean had the .1. 4 ?F;
distinction of having the largest r.
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number children and
grandchildren present 13. flowers for all'

for the day was Mrs. Rodney occasionsFLOWERS

Bry.ant.
TV's STEREOS

BYMODERNDAY:
B. T. W. CLASS '59 8 SPEAKERS
w. u. r..y
3790900PHONE WIRE FLOWERS ,

BTW Class of 1959willhold ANYWHERE 275 Northside Plaza
an Important meeting Satur- BETWEEN 7 a.m. & .10 p.m.

day, May 17 from 4-6 p.m. Sundays Included Cod. 305 Northside Shopping Center1

at NW Bonded 7th Avenue.Rental All Agency membersare ,4150 F&MTV 425 E 9th St. 754-8061 693-3971 Day

urged to be present. 758-4371 754-1888 NiteTHE
Mary Nesbitt Williamson, PHONE AND SALESMAN WILL CALL

secretary



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28 MIAMI TIMES Friday May 16 1969 I iII
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/May 16Proclaimed"Wnfftonie/Troi'/ Powell Pay


MYTIME" Both- Metropolitan Dade dinner at 8, and a speech by, The occasion of the testimonial to issue proclamations honoring
Coach Powell.
County and the City of Miami Head Coach Jake Gaither of dinner prompted Cityof dinner is
Coast for the
have proclaimed May 16, as Florida A&M -- winntagest Miami Mayor Stephen P. For reservations callA.
w "Nathaniel 'Traz' Powell coach active in collegiate foot- Clark and ChuckHalleach $7.50. at 757-4461.
B. Moore,
Day", giving recognition to a ball -- to follow the dinner. County Mayor
school football coach witha
high
r.v PHIL DIXON
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reputation for excellence.
_. Powell brought superb cre-
max. to his first coaching
dentials '"
The state's AA track meet came out just as almost everyone at George Wash- ,''.. "-, :: : '.
assignment i ,
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expected. A complete South Flor Ida domination with a dog fight ington Carver High School-- ',.. ,"i/5/J./ /; ? ,{': :1
between Northwestern, Jackson, Killlan and Gables. Northwestern he bad been a football All- i:;' : .1..1.'S
sneaked by the others In one of the record breaking America as an end at Florida ;" '
meets In the state. Out of the 16 events, only seven state rec- A&M. .
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ords were broken, one state record tied and one national -i& \ .
record tied; and with the exception of one event, all were done The young grid star turned ; :
by young men from South Florida. coach whipped a mediocre Pl 11 i
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The mile relay team from Killian are looking forward to a team into a respected and xa
trip to Atlanta for the Southeast Junior Championship Meet feared powerhouse. In his
early next month. However,like all amatuers they need a sponsor third season at Carver,he had
or sponsors; but being In this community, there shouldbe developed a conference
very little or no problem in seeing the fellows In the com- championship team in his first
petition. season. The 1966 Mays Rams

And one final note on track, Fm looking forward to seeing recorded an unbeaten season. !:
*>. the all-county track team entered in the National AAU Meetas Unquestionably the most *
a team. Mr. Bing you made the remark that you thought important contribution of Traz r r { n',''
they could hold their own against all comers prove itl! Powell has been that he en-
Pete Rozelle, the commissioner of football, did it again. He couraged his athletes to remain -
divided the "conferences" Into 13 teams, with three divisionsin in high school until grad
each conference. The play-offs In the conference will be uation, and helped them to advance -
quite a game of musical chairs; but you can look for the same to college.He found athletic -

teams to still be fighting for a super bowl berth. By the time scholarships for more F w Lr ... ;f)
the change go into effect (1970) a couple of the teams in the than 300 young men. P t '
American Conference sHould be in the same class as Baltimoreand
FATERNAL ORDER OF TRANSIT EMPLOYEES LITTLE LEAGUE
The Associates for Pro-
Cleveland. Pro-football in 1970 should be very Interesting.
gress will honor the head
TICKETS ON SALE FOR AAU TRACK MEET coach with a banquet at the Sitting in front row from left to right: R.Hick,T.Banks. Third row: J. Collins, M.
Hardway, B.Demp,E.Collins,
r More than 20,000 tickets are now on sale throughout Greater Everglades Hotel,May16.The includes left to right: M. Hardway, T. R. Harris, N. William, L C. Hardgrove, N. Warren and
schedule for the event
Miami for the 81st annual National AAU Track and field -'
championships June 28-29 at Miami-Dade Junior College North cocktails at 7 P.m., McKinney Second row from Sharpe, Jr. and B. Johnson. ,Coach Ishmael Sharpe Sr.

Campus.

Reserved seats are $3, general admission $2 and student Prairie View Sending Powerful Team Here For AAU MeetTwo
tickets $1. Student tickets are $2, if purchased at the gate. -

Tickets are available at the Merchantile National Bank of Texas powerhouses in track and field stars will Joinan conference record and who has lit h top 440-yard hurdler,
Miami Beach, Hialeah-Miami Springs Bank, Airport Bank, the Southwestern Conferencehave estimated 500 athletes from run the 220-yard dash in 21 nabbed last year's SWC honors -
North Hialeah Bank, University of Miami ticket sales office, entered the 81st annual the Western Hemisphere at seconds flat, joins Reekie with a 52.2 performanceand
Turner's Sports Shop, and Reisler Brothers Sports Shop. National AAU track and field the two-day meet, which the Woods, a 9.4-second 100- set a new National Ath-
They can soon be purchased at both South and North campusesof championship June 28-29 at Columbia Broadcasting Sys- yard-dash man, In representing letic Intercollegiate Associa-
Miami-Dade Junior College and Frank Warren's Sports Miami-Dade Junior College tem will televise live and in Texas A&M.Prairie tion record in 1967 with a 51-

Shop. North Campus. color. View is entering second effort.
An estimated 500 athletes from the Western Hem-
throughout Rounding out Prairie View'ssquad
Curtis Mills, whose blazing five contestants four of whom
isphere will at the meet in Miami for the first time. ,
: compete
seconds and its best times in
Texas A&M andPralrle 46.1 in the 440-yard rank the nation's top
among
..* The Columbia Broadcasting System will televise the action View A&M announced their dash last year smashed the 20 in their events. They'llcompete the 440-yard dash are: Thur-
live and in
color. man Boggess, 11th ranked nationally -
Many of the athletes who'll compete in Miami were also at in the 88o..yarddasb, 45.6 Alvin Dotson
SPRING ; ,
intermediate
lasy year's Olympics in Mexico City. The local AAU meet the 440-yard 46.5; and Frederick New-
event, in addition to its national importance, will decide who MOTOR OVERHAUL hurdles and the 440-yard dash. house, 16th in the nation,45.9.
will represent the Western Hemisphere at a triangular clash Team captain Felix John Famed Kansas miler Jim
with Russia and England in Europe this July. SPECIAL! son, third-ranked in the nation Ryun and Olympic high Jump

1 John (Mr. Pres.) Wilson of Space Setters Inc asked that I ENGINE has sped through the 880-( record holder Dick Fosbury
+ pass on to all of you the thanks of the Spacesetters for the ''CONDITION yard dash In 1:47.2 minutesand have entered, as have athletes
support that you have given their venture, "The Jet-Away." fERMITTINGCKr broke the Sugar Bowl rec- from Tennessee, Universityof
To show their appreciation, the Spacesetters have started a ord at another meet with a Florida, Georgia Tech,
calypso night. So any Thursday night when you want to dance 1:50.8 clocking. Yale, the Naval Academy and
and hear the music of the Islands, the fellows ask you to Jessie Ball, the nation's Western Kentucky.AREN'T .
m Rliifi Cle t Oil Pumyi
come to the Jet. l4lm\t\ -Ne.GkVetr';;
From the ideas I've gotten from the various agencies, this
year's summer program will be quite a thing. My contacts
have led me to believe, that any phase of recreation, or culture SINGLE GAME
4 that anyone is interested In can be found somewhere in
,I the county. Also, there Is a good possibility of Jobs for high EXTRA SPECIAL TICKETS AS GOOD AS
school and college students In the various programs and

agencies. Here I might add, that any student that think they DOLPHINS SEASON
want to work in one of these programs, contact your favorite
agency and get your application In early.
TICKETS?
Sportsmen of the week; Nate Strachan and Booker T. Hayes
-Both of you fellows are slowing going around the curves.
Until the next time, remain a good sport.
TOTAL LABOR PRICETRANSMISSION NOT ANY MORE!

. Fasceff Seeks Applicants
.., . KING
AU young men desiring to Fa s cell win nominate a Things have changed. It used to be that
enter the Military, Naval, Air principal and alternates to fT. UUDEIDAL6 HOLLYWOOD
Force, and Merchant Marine each of the armed service J W W.rt lr w rf llvf, .2Qr N, Sf.w W. t the sale of Miami Dolphins season tickets was
Academies in mid-1970, who academy classes entering in 51 M00 so small you could get tickets at the gate

are residents of the 12th Con- June and July, 1970.Al11nterested HOMESTEADFRFF which were almost as good.

gresslonal District (South . Not any morel!
Dade and Monroe Counties) young men in The pace of Miami Dolphins season ticket
must file their applicationswith the 12th Congressional Dis- TnWINft NO; MoNcYi towM 'than'three months ahead of
ITIlCC IrlU p*>MOY n>! sales is now more
their trict should write immediatelyto "
Congressman, last year's sale. We anticipate that total sales
Dante B. Fascells.oon, but In Congressman Dante B.Fas- Hillywui Shu Open, 730, A.M. ti !:CO f.M. Fri yj will be one-third larger than last year.
no case later than Monday, cell, 2160 Rayburn Building,
September 15. Washington, D. C. 20515. This means the tickets which will be sold
the day of the game will be in much poorer

Brand New locations than they were last year. That's why

COME TO SEE US AT it's smart to purchase season tickets.
The Dolphins still have many good seat

Vacuum Cleaner U-Tote-M MarketsTHERE locations left. But what's available today isn'tas

good as what was available yesterday . .

J5 yr. Service Guarantee and tomorrow the situation will be worse.

SPECIAL PRICE IS ONE NEAR YOU Please don't delay. Call, write or visit the

M 50 Dolphins Ticket office at Gate 14 of the Or-

$ FINE GROCERIES & MEATS ange Bowl Stadium today. Phone: 642-4611.


WE FEATURE I

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t Rug tool No Obligation ,a. torm
attachment y' Wise Potato ChipsAND 4

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SNACKS BOYS Play! ,..,.r
ABBEY DOMESTIC 16174 HW 27th Avenue
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I HUn Predicts Drastic Changes In FHA ,a :'

a}
: WASHINGTONA drastic nancing aids to implementtheir trical contractors, prefabricators siderations to mean the best McFarland said it Is significant -
I' change In the orientation of private enterprise ac- planners, consultantsand use for social advantage, and that with the administra-
, FHA to accomplish the social tivities. sociologists from vir- to use mortgage funds to finance tion's emphasis onfightingin-
McFarland and the assistant tually every state In the union that kind of best use. flation by budget reduction,
administration secretaries of Housing and listened to messages and an- "Risk-taking now is part of the program to stimulate
at a morning briefing session Urban Development addressed swers to their questions as to our method of operation, and housing has been untouched.
I of the National Housing Producers the newly organized National how the bootstrap program In if we run a deficit it is all "Secretary Romney and 4 ,
t Conference, sponsored Housing Producers Associa- shelter can be made to. suc- right, so long as we are suc- President Nixon dedicated
l. by the NAACP. tion in the HUD building and ceed. cessful in helping stimulate to an all-out effort In this regard -
:s M. Carter McFarland, assistant outlined plans for helping the "No longer does FHA brag both rental and sale housingfor ," he said "An additional -
, commissioner of FHA ,low and moderate income pro- about paying its own way", low and moderate income $100 million Is before
programs, told 300 Negro en- gram. they were told by McFarland. families, through subsidies Congress now to supplementfunds
terpreneurs in Washingtonfor Black builders, developers,! "The phrase 'highest and and subsidized interest ratesof to finish the current fiscal -
a 2-day session on housing that contractors, engineers,archi- best use' for land has been 1 and 2 percent Instead of year, and next year's fund-
they can rely on federal fI- tects, bankers, lawyers,elec- changed from economic con- today's normal eight percent. ing will be requested up tome U. S. Air Forces, Thailand
,. . .. full limits of me law." -Staff Sergeant Roland RiversJr.
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Samuel Simmons, assistant ., son of Mrs. Raymond
i INSURANCESPECf AUTO INSURANCE HUD secretary charge of the Strong of 10761 SW 151st St.,
Miami, is a member of anAIr
Low Premium Rates equal opportunities, program,
". ;.. chairmanned the morning ses- Force Communications Service -
:. Low Monthly Payments sion and introduced his fellow unit in Southeast Asia that
" ALST$ SR l; Filing* Immediate SR-22 Filings .. .' .. assistants: Samuel C. Jack- has earned the Air Force
OFFICE HOURSt son, metropolitan develop- Outstanding Unit Award for
Mon. Thru Fri. 930-7iOO I" .' ment; Floyd Hyde, model the third time.Sergeant .
rfi SERVICEFIRST 1 Sol. 9t30-4iOO Q cities, and Lawrence Cox,re- Rivers is an ad-
::>l INSURANCE AGENCY BROWN REALTY & INSURANCE AGENCY newal and housing assistance. ministrative specialist with
Hyde, who resigned,in Feb- the 1974th CommunicationsGroup
4740 NW 7th Avenue.- ruary as mayor of Fresno, at Udorn Royal Thai
t i 754.0655C4'REALTY Calif.,to accept the post, hailed AFB, Thailand, that was cited
JIM LEVENSON, Own r Fhn 435-7507
the presence of "ail rele- for outstanding communications -
vant parts of the housing pic- support to combat units
ture and problem." in Thailand from July 1967 to
His call for a showing of June 1968.
hands showed that most of'the
professional men present The sergeant is a 1960 grad-
IKOKER came ,from ghettos and sub- uate of Mays Junior Senior
rivwcSpecial standard h 0 me s. Commending High School, Goulds.
them, he said: lilt is this
OPEN 7 DAYSHOME kind of partnership which we His wife, Dorothy, is the
hope to create. And we want to daughter of Mr. and Mrs.Nel-
attack not only urban problems son Smalls of 210 Silver St.,
& INCOME AT FHA VALUATIONIn but their causes. With your Sumter, S. C.
Discount Allapottah, corner 34th St. and NW 15th Ave. help we think we can do so."
Front 3 bedroom, 2 bath home. Can alto be used
.
as 2 bedroom, 1 both and 1 bedroom, 1 bath opts.
SALE and roar house has 1 large bedroom, kitchen and BY OWNER -751-3659
bathroom. Air conditioned heat, appliances, all
(furn. FHA price $15,000, $500'dwn, $113.54 mo. FHA TERMS
((1)) 1121 NW 51st St. CBS, 2 story duplex.

5 LARGE 20" BLADES WILL SELL FOR FHA VALUATION $350down. $125 month pays all.

ROLL-A-BOUT STAND 4 bedroom, 2 bath CBS, very large Florida roam,.
((2)) 2125 NW 58th St. CBS duplex. 3 bed-
wall heat
owning, 15x30 swimming pool. FHA
2 SPEED MOTOR ,
price $17,600, $800 down. $124.57 month. room, and 2 bedroom, $250 down. $99 mo.
1 YEAR GUARANTEE pays all.

WILL SELL FOR FHA VALUATION ((3)) 3147 NW 66th St. 3 bedroom CBS beauty.
Modern 3 bedroom, 2 bath CBS, large corner lot,
circular drive, carport,terraszo floors, wall heat, $400 down. $101 month pays all.
I>'$39-95 [jalousie, windows, appliances. FHA $17,000,
t. $700 down, $120.86 month. ((4)) 2417NW43rd St.3 bedroom, CBS, $300
down, $92 month pays all.
WILL SELL FOR FHA VALUATION
29 5 Modern 3 bedroom CBS, tile roof terrazzo floors, ((5)) 4020> NW 12th Ave. 2 bedroom, frame
SALE PRICE 2 ton reverse cycle air, paneled dining room, beauty. $250 down, $82 month pays all.
ONLY wall to wall carpeting, large screened in patio
FHA price $14,900, $450 down and $107.14, mo.,

.
WILL SELL FOR FHA VALUATION BY OWNER
Lovely 2 bedroom CBS, large fenced yard, car
RENT .- OPTION TO BUY
port, sliding glass doors to patio, reverse cycle
NO MONEY DOWN air conditioner, appliances, FHA price, $15,450, 3639 NW 15th Avenue
NO CREDIT REQUIRED $500 down and $110.85 month.
CBS building, over 2,000 square ft. with park
E-Z MONTHLY PAYMENTS Ideal for children's
ing. nursery, medical
HOME & INCOMEBANK' TERMS ,
Lovely; CBS at 2245 NW 96th St. with smaller building, insurance office, small church.

"CBS In rear. Front house has; large open porch, For Appointment Call:
Florida room, tile roof, carport, wall to wall'car >
w. T. WELLS co. peting, new stove refrigerator. Rear haute MR. FORD 751-3659
"
has 'new appliances, too; and both are fully furn
ished. Bargain at $22,500. Bank qualifying and
,terms .;"
45 N.W. 54th St.

FIND SECURITY WITH Johnny Lee

Phone 7515629CARLTON INVESTMENT PROPERTIESWe =
have several duplexes as wellas 5 ,and 6 unit Real Estate -
buildings that you can buy with a low down payment ,.
and reasonable monthly payments. Have Income ,
and live rent free, too. Come to seel I 790 NW

"

REALTY WE HAVE MANY, MORE' HOB'*S 54th St.

YOITCAN BUY'ANY OF, OUR FHA HOMES FOR
38WMW7H STREET' BROKER $180 DOWN IF YOU ARE A VET'OB-BIJHC '- '
DISPLACED AN '1F YOU CAHQttALlFY'REALTY 7589921FHA
If No Answtr
693-4772 759-6500 TERMS ."

7744 NW 8th Avenue
FHA Lovely horn*. DtiirobU. Convenient area.
2 bdrms, 1 bath, liv rm, kitch, din area. Gar., Carpets, air conditionersMany
lg. grounds. $12,500, $700 down.$105 me. pay :), other extras
all. I. $14,500 $450 down and closing costs
BROKER ; * *
FHA CBS the roof, beauty. In choice homing
shortgago area. 3 bdrms, 2 bath, liv rm, din rm, 4932 NW 7th Avt. /, Duplex Lot For Sale
hitch with stove and rtfrig., wall to wall rugs; 50x105 ,Zoned Ru-3B
Fla rm, gar., $21,000, $1,800 dwn., $172.75 mo. PL 9-4371 ,., $2,500 $1,000 downA

pays all.WATERFRONT. 'j. real investment, special Desirable area

BEAUTY CBS, tilt roof, 2 bdrms, CAROL air SHOPPING CENTERSUITE * *

2 baths, liv rm, pla rm, din area, built-in kitch, 624-3666 FHA & VA Resales Available
208
util area, gar., hardwood & ttrr firs, 2 air cond., ' $100. down to Veterans and Persons
sprinklers, patlo.-$21,500.. Make your own terms. -Open Evenings Sundays With 221 certificate

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DEATH FOR SALE

CLASSIFIED ADS Funeral services for the MR. INVESTOR Very Busy N. W. Miami

I' late Rufus Alexander Perry -PRIME COMMERCIALInvest Grocery Store. Grossing

20 WORDS OR LESS $2.00. IOC FOR EACH ADDITIONAL WORD. who died May 6 were held May $25,000-Earn 14% close to H million per year.

12 at St. John Institutional Beer & wine license. (Sun
DEADLINE FOR CLASSIFIED ADS TUESDAY 6 P. M. Plus Amortization
Baptist Church with the pastor day beer sales). Businessand

the Rev. Mr. Thedford terms.
property on easy
FOR SALERUMMAGE FOR SALE FOR RENT Johnson officiating.Mr. Wometco Theatre Subsidiary Building and fixtures in

c SALE $400 DOWN FHA Room. Male or female. 1521 Perry was born March * * good condition. Prime pro

Sponsored by Miami Shores 1934 NW 43rd Street NW 67th Street. 1, 1898 InNewProvldence, perty location. Frontage on

B.P.W. Club. Held at 2101 NW Nice CBS, like new. Hurry Butler County, Florida. He Plus Nine Stores main artery. Plenty of park
All Under LeaseNo
95th Street in the Human Society this will sell fast. Allapattah, 2 bedroom house. Nice neigh- was the youngest and only sur- ing. '

garage,Saturday,May 17 Realty, Realtors 633-0426. borhood. Will accept one child vivor of the six children of Liberal Vacancies For Appointment Write:
Terms
at 9 a.m. Bargains only. References required.Call Mr. and Mrs. Prince Perry.He Miss J. M.
$1,000 DOWN 754-4152. came to Miami in 1923 to 2408 NW 16th St. Rd.

Electra Buick'61. owner NO QUALIFYING work on the Miami-to-Key BERLOW-REISFIELD, Apt. M

Low mileage. Very clean. 2499 NW41stSTREET House West branch of the Florida Realtors Miami, Florida

Cheap. Phone; 625-3057. Duplex plus extra lot lot for sale. Rea- East Coast Railroad. After the 1140 HW 163 St. 945-4308 Phone: 754-0803

Allapattah Realty Realtors sonable. P. Cole 235-4716. 1926 hurricane, he was employed Between 8 & 12 mornings

2 frame houses on one lot. 2 633-0426 by the Florida Motor

bedrooms 1 bath each. Total Lines'which later mergedwith
Room. Liberty Cityarea.Private -
price $12,000. Propertyearnsover 3 separate single wood frame home Cooking privileges the Southeastern Grey- I flErr1TELEVISION I
hound Line. After his retire-
$2,000 a year. Drive by homes side by side. One house Prefer a sober man. '
2540 NW 61st Street. Do not has four bedrooms, '2 baths, 2125 NW 64th St. 758-8128. ment in 1962, he served as KBM ,KEYPUNCH : EMERSON
disturb tenants. Call for ap- Second house has 2 bedrooms swingman for the Trailways
OFFICE JOBS
pointment 444-7301. No 1 bath. $5,000 down. Balance Bus Line until his illness last

.. sign on property. Arthur E. $18,500. Terms. Owner 693- Room in private home for set- Fall. GO UNFILLED
'M Parrish Realtor. 1069. tled working lady. Private en At an early age,he was bap-

trance. Call after 4 p.m. 635- tized in the St. John Baptist L

Like new 2 bouses on one lot. Kitchen table with center 7626. Church of New Providence, SALARIES .

Nice home and income$17- board and four chairs, like Florida' by the late Rev. Mr. SKY-HIGH FORMENWOMEN ......, 'if
500. $2500 down. 1830 NW 41 new. $25. Night stand and table J. W. Drake. He attended St.John I
lamp $15. 3 pairs drapes $8. Large air conditioned room. Institutional Church after

St. 373-7973. Gold rug. 9 x 12, $15. 635- Private bath and entrance.NW coming to Miami. He trans $8 888 : ;:
f
2 bedrooms newly painted. 7213. near North Shore Hospital. ferred his membership under Time Magazine :

Nice size lot. $600 down. $65 696-4141. the current pastor. He tried to Reports Housewives

month. Just right for retired Small 2 bedroom frame house. put Christian principles into Working 25 Hours
rent and
Room. Reasonable ,
couple. Total price $5,000. Needs repairs. $300down.$60 daily practice. The of
increasing use computers
373-7973. monthly. 4 frame units. Good quiet for a middle age man On November 5, 1951, he is a critical oart'gw,1' , 1 wT.
creating
Prefer onethat works
income only. married Bertha
$2,000 down. $125 Hamilton who
shortage of keypunch
1 monthly. 949-8219 evenings. during day. 759-3360. survives him. 'They lived a op.rators
3453 NW 11th Court 3 bed- the men and women
peaceful and happy life each
room, 11/2 bath, huge lot who put information on IBM MODEL J1P50A WITH
LARGE CBS HOUSE 1 room cottage. $14 week.Elderly one complementing the other, cards.
Vets 221
FHA
$14,500 or
-
3 bedroom 21/2 bath.Florida man. 696-0473. in temperament, approach and PRIVATE LISTENING
people only $600 downSeller Demand for operators is
room large fenced in yard. goals.
pays all closing costs. See $2,000 down take over mort- Girl wants working and swing After a terminal illness of sending take-home pay sky EARPHONE

today Aetna Realty (Broker), gage. Total price $13,800.'Ph. ing roommate. Nice location. eight months} he lapsed intoa high. Skilled operators can

811 NW 54th Street. Phone: 691-0634 693-2893, Very reasonable. Call 751- coma on April 27, rousing earn up to$125 per week or $5.00

757-5724. 6912 for appointment. only once, May 1 to whisperto more in the nation's ex
EDISON AREA ploding computer industry.
347 43rd Street FHA Operators need fear DOWN
NW REDUCED $1,000 his attentive wife "have never
Doll house, total price only CHILDCARE lack of employment. Time
faith and .
pray"
Drive by 7020 NW 3rd Avenue
$10,500 No closing costs Magazine has lust. reportedthat
Call
Other survivors include
nice 2 bedroom CBS large Fla.
Only $350 down(Vets and 221 child in the home. even housewives are
Best of care: seven, nephews 'five nieces
total ,
porch, carport $13,500 ,
people $100). This won't be Food furnished. 635-2893 being hired to work part 751-5629
FHA $450 down $100 vets and two great nieces.
,
available long. Come in today. time. They can set their
Marie
DeBerry.Reliable
Attending the funeral for
$110 per month pays all. A. NO CREDIT
Aetna Realty (Broker),811 NW own hours often as f.was
out-of-town were Mrs. Eliza-
Ben-Kori Realtor, anytime REQUIRED
54th St. Phone: 757-5724. babysitter Monday 25 hours'per week.In .
579-2425. beth Ingraham, Nassau; Mrs..
Friday my home. 696-3918. Virginia Fisher, NewSmyrna; South Florida, ComputerAge
720 NW 53rd St 4 real bedrooms -
' 3 BEDROOM 2 BATHS Mrs. Hattie Nelson sister- Institutes trains opera
2 baths, carpet lots of Child ac re. Free pick up and the finest
Drive by 1036 NW 75th St. (no in-law, Eastman Georgia;and tors. Perhaps ALSO:
extras, FHA $13,000 No delivery. Openallsummer.For nieces Mesdames Mattie name in educa-
space age
signs)this is a well kept home *
1 closing costs only $400 down plus a rental cottage what a information call 758-2472 We ekes, Altamata Springs, tion, Computer Age Institutes FURNITUHS
(Vets and 221 people $100). *
APPLIANCES
offer actual "on-the-
bargain, with rental you pay Mary Thomas, Homestead;
Bring a deposit when you see Best of childcare in the home. lob" Students *
only $66 per month $900 Llllie Mae Leonard,Lake Butler training. get STEREOS
this one! Aetna Realty (Broker -
down, $500 vets, $19,000 total Minnie Perry, Daytona free placement assistance.
) 811 NW 54th St. Phone
:
757-5724. FHA. A. Ben-Kori Realtor, Childcare in private nursery Beach Also in attendancewere Details on the speedy, low-

anytime 759-2425. and pre-kindergarten. Will be representatives from the cost training and "on lob"
State Association of Cosme- experience atone of Miami's WT. WELLS
5645 NW 5th Avenue 4 bed- open this summer. Free pick
CBS 3 2 well members best data input centers by
Lovely bedroom bath and tologists as as COMPANY
total up delivery. Call 6930242M.
room price
$9,225 -
Florida room, carport front from Broward Monroe and immediately contactingComputer -
E-Z down,No qualifying,move ( 16) Age Institutes located W. 54th Street
porch, tile roof, hardwood Palm Beach counties. 45 N.
+ quickly Aetna Realty(Broker) floor. FHA $800 down. $131 at 9719 S. Dixie Hwy., Miami Florida 33127Female
811 NW 54th St. Phone 757- ,
5724. : month. Atlantic and Pacific MISCELLANEOUSCarpet HELP WANTED Miami (phone 665-8285)).

Realtors. 666-0411. dirty? Sink clogged?' HOTELMOTELMaids J:

5719.21NW Toilet leaks. Painting problem and
5th Court Du- Porters. Experienced -
plex, live in one, rent the DUPLEX CUSTOM BUILT ? Call the expert free es- Good pay. Steady work.

other. FHA value $18,500 Drive by 4525 NW 19th Ave. timate 634-8878. May 23 Golden Nugget Motel, 18555 Sewing Machine OperatorsSew

downpayment $800. No clos- (corner of 46th St.) this has Collins Avenue Miami Beach.

ing costs. Hurry! Hurry! extra features you must see, (M16))
Hurry! Aetna Realty (Broker) lovely oak floors 2 bedroom Learn to read and write For, serge and single needle.

811 NW 54th St Phone: 757- on one side. 1 bedroom other. beginners and adults. Also' YOUR BUSINESS Good pay. Plenty of work.
5724. Extra large carport.Plus Clarinet and sax. 757-4149. SERVICEA

large utility room. $22,000 Must for the Businessman PLAYMATES

268 NW 59th Terrace Inves- total. $1,400 down, Vets $800A. DRAPERIES 4602 NW 7th Avenue 2401 NW 6th Avenue
Ben-Kori Realtors taken down, cleaned, decorator -
tors delight 3 units live any Phone 758-1191 "
in one, rent the others. E-Z time 759-2425. folded and rehung.Drap- :

down, FHA $23,000 Seller ery rods Installed. LUSTRA/ DESK SPACE MR. SYMANis

will pay all closing costs Investors and Speculators. TONE DRAPERY 887-8022 SERVICE. $50.00 MonthlyAnd r back in business and is ready to meet hi sold
see now. Aetna Realty(Broker Steal the following income You Art in Business
friends and
+e customers at his new address
,
), 811 NW 54th St. Phone: properties! Owner too old.

7575724. Wish to retire. Sacrifice for II 8 SW 2nd AvenuePh

quick sale. Atlantic and Pa- MALE LAUNDRY HELP

110 NW 85th Street Brand cific Realtors 666-0411. Loaders, pullers, extractor operators. Good : 374-2773
new 3 bedroom 2 bath (1)) 3 units$1000cash down Offering the
wages. Production bonus. Excellent company,: same courteous service as has
corner steal this beauty now payment $100 month, income
with only $2,500 down. Aetna $200 month.Total price$9500. benefits. Paid vacation. Permanent job. Must been his policy for the past 49 years. If you

Realty (Broker), 811 NW 54 ((2) 4 units $2500 cash down .be 18 or over. Apply in mornings. No phone need money or expert watch repairs. See me n!

.Street, Phone: 757-5724. payment $225 month, income calls please. Ask for Mr. Findley, National

$450 month. Linen Service, 1950 NW 1st Avenue.
Modern CBS Duplex. Tile roof r F.S.E.S REPORT:

hardwood floors Jalousie win- Pretty CBS 2 bedroom 1 bath.

dows. Near 79th St. and 7th Extra large Florida room,tile Training Jobs Open NowIf

Ave. FHA terms. $700 down. roof, hardwood floor, $1500
you have no experience but want to work-here Is an
$125 month Tubln Realty cash down. Bank financing. Help Wanted
opportunity to work and learn a new trade. All you haveto
10035 NW 7th Avenue Phone Terms Atlantic and
arranged.
TRULY NOLEN EXTERMINATING do Is apply for a Job at the Employment Service Office
7584429.FHA Pacific Realtors 666-0411. listed below.

Permanent employment. Salary or commi ssion. (1) A NW area employer has a job opening for a refrigeration -

$600 down $118 month. ONLY $1600.00 Down No experience !necessary., We will train. mechanics helper. The starting salary will be
2 bath CBS
\ Modern 3 bedroom 75 x No qualifying nice four bed- Must be bondable. Drivers license helpful. $1.70 an hour for an 8 a.m. to 4:30p.m. shift, Monday
and carporte.
105 Fla.yard.room Tile roof hardwood room, 2 bath CBS, awnings, Many fringe benefits. Apply in person. through(2) A North Friday.Miami No experience is necessary.
163rd employer needs a metal production
fenced Near St.
floors, jalousie windows.Near Shopping.yard.15611 NE 15th Ct. 600 NW 7th AVENUE machine operator. No experience is necessary. The
school, shopping and bus Tu- (J6)) starting salary is $1.75 an hour and you would work from
bin Realtors. 10035 NW 7thAvenue $140 pays all. Move in today. Monday through Friday.r .

758-4429. Owner 6426557.

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fAMU Suspends Two .

We've done a great deal to our look
RANDOM THOUGHTSby
I to make you look into our great deal.

f White Professors GLORIA MILLER

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' Two social science professors for "unprofessional conduct
at Florida A&M Univer- and noncooperation which have The rags to riches story is his middle class white neigh-
Tallahassee both of an old one for our country. bor, has failed the test beforehe
sity in proved disruptive of the
program However, in recounting someone's has taken it. Test scores
;'
them white -were suspended in which
you are employed. -
for fantastic business suc- are restricted to a comparison -
last Thursday "unpro- .
cess, the teller usually shakes with others. For instance,
fessional conduct" following
University
syste m Chancellor his head in disbelief. The disbelief if a peg board was availablefor
, incident at a Coast Guard Robert Mautz
an said he
more than likely, is practice, achievement in
I recruiting stand ,on the cam- was told
Cavnaugh created a
caused by his own opinion that manual dexterity would be
pus.President scene at the recruiting table, the successful subject"never high. And, what white middle
Benjamin 1. Pery "threw
pamphlets around and showed any brains at all". class child hasn't had a peg ,.
said he suspended DanielL w.
I' jr.Fine and Roger Cavanaugh door ran screaming" out of the What he means, in the accepted board toy? The poor child
I pedantic dialogue used doesn't deal in abstracts.He is
' among educators, is that they hungry. He is cold.He is tired.
Court Turns Down Lee showed no aptitude for their The nuances of the whys that
chosen vocation. So,how come make him that way escape him
'I the success? He could care less of the whys.

County School PlanThe Aptitude is what, really? In He only knows what he feels nti' CITROENWe
each of his :
middle class America,middle day existence Per-
desegregation plan prepared schools, was amended several class people take tests gearedto haps, then, this suggests the
by the Lee County School times before being sent to the middle class experience to establishment of certain other
Board was found unacceptablelast court in its final form.ANNIVERSARY. ascertain what they 'can do'. test criteria that will erase, didn't change Citroen Just for the sake of change. We
changed Citroen so It wou even better and
you
the Federal what is in fact formidable
Wednesday by Based on this criteria aptitude a
would look closer. Look Into Constant Level Ride. Front In-
Court in Tampa Judge Joseph is measured-or at least, barrier to a successful future.It board disc brakes. Front wheel drive. "No-spoke" steering
p. Lieb told the School Boardhe The choirs of Mt. Calvery the chances are even that they would be refreshing to find wheel. And a hems engine as economical as it Is lively. Come
would them further instruction educator who could see you get a great deal morelMonaco!
give Baptist Church will culminate can be measured accordingto some
on preparing a pro- their anniversary on Sunday, dally experiences.The mav- measure aptitude realisti- Motors
per plan. May 18 at 30'clock.Rev.J.W. erick success stems from the cally. It seems unreal to assume -
The plan, which would have Stepherson of Antioch Baptistand ranks of the poor who,by some that aptitude for work is 1101 N.W. 2ND AVENUE
closed Dunbar JuniorSenior his congregation will be reasonable fluke, made good. solely the property of a few. PHONE 758-0981 RES. 696-3578
High and Involved the busingof the guest for this occasion.You If records were a available;and Certainly, the poor can be SAMUEL PAYNE SALESMAN
Negro)students who formerly are invited to come out if indeed they had participated something do something ,
attended Franklin Park and enjoy this spiritual after- In the battery: aptitude tests regardless of what he scoreson
and Dunbar Elementary noon with these choirs. given to youngsters in school, a test. The calamity of it "YOU COULD EARN $12,000 OR MORE
their success would be dis- all is that we are, in this land, WHEN YOU RUN A SHELL STATION
counted, again by educators, losing a potentially high
AND BE YOUR OWN BOSS!"
as the 'exception to the rule'. source of manpower to the
SUPREME WIG But, is it? The minoritygroup average test score. It seems Shell Oil Company I I. looking for outstanding businessmen -
to run Shell station In the Miami, Ft. Lauderdaleand
& BEAUTY SALON 5 individual, who is Judged that us middle class people Palm Beach area.
39 by the same standards as have 'no brains at all', Sh.lIl.I growing here, and more dealer areneedednow.
WIG CLEANING (Notes Prevlou experience with automobile or service
stations help, but I Is not necessary Some of our most
successful dealers hod no related experience before
SPECIALBring Let Us Make Your they joined Shell.)Would you I like to run a Shell station,
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style-created |lust for you.The following operators will LATE INCOME TAX REPORTBRING 1. The average Shell station sells more gasoline.
be on hand to serve you. 2. You'll sell Super Shell,one of America' mOlt popu-
YOUR TAX LETTERS TO USI! lar of gatollne.
B. HIGGS, Own.r
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