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Vol. 46, No. 40 MIAMI, FLORIDA AFRIDAY, MAY 30, 1969
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, '\' a +\ Y Dade Needs 600

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S w e Inspite of the recruiting in record 6,000 applications for The need for more black
all black and integrated teaching positions in Dade, up teachers in Dade was recently
schools In the south, as wellas about 1,000 from last year.A emphasized by a Greater MI-
a spJ the Northeast Dade major recruiting effort ami Urban Coalition
County report on
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---- faces a shortage of 600 black by industry and a growing de- racial problems at Palmetto
Metropolitan Dade County Commissioners and Mayor proclaim May 25, teachers. According to school mand for black teachers all High School. The fact-finding

1969 as Grandparent Day. Left to right: Mrs. Rosa Lee Tolbert, Mayor Chuck officials, this shortgage is ex- over the country are some team urged that Palmetto,and
pected to worsen during the chief reasons for the short- the country in general, add
Hall, and Spero Valdez. Decorating the wall at the center were proclamations *
tall V enough Negro teachers to
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from Governor Claude Kirk and City of Miami Mayor Steven Clark proclaimingMay age."Every company in the match the percentage of black
25 as Grandparent Day for James E. Scott Senior Center; a United Fund Only about 60 new black country wants to have at least students in the system.
Agency. teachers have been signed up one black face on its staff,"
for next fall, compared to Prance said. "A lot of firms School figures show that
.about 200 who came to work blacks constitute nearly 25 ,
are hiring students even
away
5 Receive this year, according to Jack per cent of the country's .\
. Honorary Degrees At FMCFive Prance, assistant superintendent before they$9,000 graduate.to $10,000 They'reoffering a school population, while less

r .' Rev. Coleman was born for personnel.The That can't compare with than 20 per cent Dado's 10-
year.
outstanding Mia m I I rI ,,' news comes despite a 000 teachers are black. To
to start.
5 our $6,650
Continued on
page
community leaders and a con- i catch up, the country would
sultant for the Ford Founda- iI have to add almost 600 black
tion were honored with degrees I teachers to this year's total. I
In graduation cere- Ad :
However Prance estimates
monies at Florida Memorial Dropout Program ,
College.The that 1,000 new teachers will
ceremonies were the t be needed next year and, if
only 60 blacks sign on, this
first held in Dade County for
will dilute the ratio even fur-
its newest school of higher
education and one hundred For Model Citiesa ther.For
seniors received their bache- the 1970school year,
lor's degrees.The .Q + y6T I plans are being discussed to
honorees included JFATHALIE I Beginning next fall, seven student's demonstratedskills builk- of the program's studentS concentrate more manpowerat
Commissioner M. At ha lie elementary and secondary and interests, and assigned ,next year, lost 170 students local teacher-training colleges i,
:Range, M. Austin Davis, exe- schools' in the Miami Model only after,an extensive as of first semester this as Florida Memorial. 9'' ,,',,
cutive vice-president of the Cities area will repeive a series of "diagnostic" tests; year, from a total studenten- At the' same time, however, '
Winn-Dixie Stores, Rev. A.B. RANGE $640,000 dropout prevention Individualized instruction, rollment of about 4,500. The the personnel, department .. 1
Coleman, member of the boardof . Honorary degree program, which will dras- actually a modification the. .total was. 215 during all of .must .steer clear of appearing :
directors of the National she was the recipient of the tically revise and reshape the existing work experience pro- 1967-68 to hire on the basis of race
1' Baptist Convention, USA, Jean Leonard Abess Award for Human -, county's curriculum, teaching gram, permitting students to -.. though Prance admits that i
Krieger Greenspan, philanthropist Relations.She Is currently methods and educational hold a part-time job (which "What we are recognizing"he racial considerations are a
Mrs. Ellen Knight a member of the board of philosophies. the program would help him said, "is that the systemhas factor.
Whiteside, president of the trustees of the Florida Me- This program will virtuallytie obtain) while utilizing "self failed these kids.The only "We try not to make the distinction -
Biscayne Foundation and morial College.Mr. together all of the coun- instruction" centers on an Informal way to make progress is to ," he said. "We try to '+;
James William Bryant, Ford Davis was born in try's experimental programsfor though controlled definitely identify them, and employ the best qualified. But
I Foundation. Gamaliel, Arkansas, and he disadvantaged children. basis. Actual formal class- work out individual programsfor sometimes a person is better I t
Commissioner Range was was educated at the University In a dramatic departure room time would be cut to a them. Once we ticket qualified for a certain Job because -
born in Key West and received of Idaho. Under his direc- from past dropout prevention minimum, permitting a taacher them, we can help them. he is black"
her education in Miami and tion and that of his three bro- efforts, which have sought to to devote more time to individual -
Boston. She is a widowed mother thers, the Winn-Dixie chain keep a dissatisfied student in students while others ,
of four children and she has grown from one small the classroom while counsel- are studying workbooks;

is the first Negro and second store, forty three years ago, ing him to remain in school, Talent identification programs \,
woman to serve on the Miami to 785 supermarkets locatedin the program proposes: where students wouldbe
City Commission. An out- the Southeastern states and Vocational and technical Interviewed,tested and then
standing community leader, Southern Indiana. education programs geared to permitted to participate in his

choice of "creative" and 1I I

I Dr. Dorsett To Teach At Temple UniversityDr. theater social ,activities various games such and as lA 1 Y 4 tx

..,. ... . dancing;
@e+.nA.- +
Herman W. Dorsett has S Teacher Corps, and the New
been appointed as assistant York City Human Resources Communuty education pay- 9
professor of Educational Psy- Administration.Dr. Ing parents to help organizeand
chology at Temple Universityin Dorsett has recently then serve as consultantsto
Philadelphia, Pennsylvania. r- I written an article, entitled an "information center"
At present, he is director of "what educators have to learn which would function as a community \A 1 apfi 1 r I
"Action Line" while 1 14 Iii ;' t tV tro
the personnel training program from existential psycholo- 1
f an experimental program gists", which appears in the also providing researcherswith
aimed at preparing residents May issue of the Teachers mare information about
of the Harlem and Morn- College Record. His doctoral why students drop out. In ad-
Ingslde Heights Communitiesfor dissertation is slated for publication dition, classes in arts and
non-academic positions at near the end of the crafts and vocational educa- I ,
Teachers College, Columbia year. He holds membershipin tion would be offered to all
University in New York City. several professional asso- commers; I II I Ir
He formerly taught at Miami ciations, including the American An engineered classroom r
Northwestern Senior High LiL-- Psychological Associa- where disruptive students will I
School and at Miami-Dade Jr. tion, Florida Psychological work with speciallytrainedteachers
College. HealsotaughtatHunter Association, American Edu- to overcome anti-
DR. HERMAN W, DORSETT ...
In New York City. cational
College Research Associa- social behavior while they
. Temple Univ. Prof. r
Before beginning his teaching tion, NTL Institute for Applied learn. In a program adapted > ,
and research duties at Temple professional diploma (1967), Behavioral Science, and Phi from the highly successful I
in September, Dr.Dorsett will and Doctorate (1969))fromCo- Delta Kappa. Opa-locka Pilot School for Is
serve as a staff consultant lumbia University. He also The young psychologist Is disruptive children, students s
during the summer at the Na- studied at the University. of married to the former Beverly will be able to "earn" tokens \
tional Training Laboratories Florida. L. Clarke of Miami, who for improved work and behavior Here are the first place winners of the Orange Blossom Cos-
--Institute for Applied Behavioral During the past three years, is presently a dietetic intern habits.According metologist's Association No. 123 State Convention that was
Science in Bethel, Dr. Dorsett has served as a at F r e e d m e n's Hospital to Kleiman the held in Cocoa Beach .
Maine. consultant to numerous insti- Washington, D. C. They are will serve about, 2-, Left to right Mrs. Rose W. Willis, Mrs. Willie Mae Cover,
Twenty-eight year old Dor- tutions and organizations, including the parents of a five year old program 000 selected students at Mrs. Berth James, these ladies are members of Sunlight
sett Is a native Miamian and the U.S.Office of Education daughter, Averlll Lynne(Kit). Northwestern High School, Alumni Professional Cosmetologists Association,Unit No.24. ; I
from BlJOket.1. General Learning Corporation Mr. Rose W. Willis is president.We .
graduated Dr. Dorsett is the son of Mr. Drew and Lillle C,Evans Ele-
Washington High School in Education Develop- and Mrs. Winfred W. Dorsettof mentary and Primary SchoolC. are asking all members of Unit 24 and local cosmetologists -
1958., He earned the Bache- ment Center, District of Columbia Miami,the grandson of Mrs. to meet us at Sunlight Beauty School, Tuesday, June A
lor's degree fromHoward Public Schools, West Ida M. Dorsett of Miami and 3, 8 p.m. Business of importance. Come on cosmetologists, if
University in 1962. He earned Virginia Office of Economic Mrs. Lillian Hollis of New The three secondary you are not a member of a local unit, Join up with us. If slater '
the Master's degree ((1963), Opportunity, Minneapolis York City. schools, which will provide the than you think.


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. Honored For 37 Years of Service

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Ida T. Ratcliff, principal j sory committee on Integration tit *
and teacher for 37 years in for Dade County Schools. Be-
Dade County, will be honored fore coming to Carver Jr.Highin
during an appreciation hour 1967, Mrs. Ratcliff was director -
at the Four Ambassadors of Secondary Schools in
Grand Ballroom Saturday at the North Central District.
7 p.m. These 37 years of dedica-
George Washington Car- tion to education saw Mrs.
ver's faculty is proud and Ratcliff active in related or-
happy to sponsor this oc- I ganizations. She was among
casion. Many of you will wantto [ I the organizers of the Dade
attend and may by telephoning I County Teachers Association
George Washington Carver: I and served as its first secre-
Junior High (444-7388, 444- II tary. Representing Dade
7383\ 444-7380) for reserva- County, she appeared before
tions. The evening of dining the Governor's Commissionon : f
and dancing is $11.50. IDA RATCLIFF Quality Education.For '
Ida Ratcliff has won over three years she servedas -
students and teachers alike by School. In five years time she a member of the Florida
her friendliness,patience,and rose to head department Teacher-Education Advisory
understanding. Poems dedi- holding the post till 1955. A Committee. The Florida State
cated to her by student and year later she moved on to become Teachers Association elected i- ik
teachers point out her impacton the principal of the new her for two terms as vice- \
people. Joy Bryon.of the Miami Northwestern High president and secretary. She :
Brownsville Junior High School.. Ironic it is that the wo- worked as a consultant with
faculty wrote, man who became Northwest- the University of MiamiSchool Checking out details on travel arrangements for the National Institute of

"Her patience taught me tol- ern's first principal had to Desegregation Consulting Police-Community Relations at Michigan State University' are Frank J. Ma- i,
erance, leave Miami for Atlanta together Center. t.'
National Conference of Christians and Jews ,
the Florida
of ,
Her fairness won my trust, own high school educa- The Gamma Zeta Omega grath, Director "
Her courage gave me faith, tion. There were no Negro Chapter of the Alpha Kappa Public Safety Department Officer Aaron Lee and Public Safety Director E. ,

Jer Justice made me Just." schools at the time.A Alpha Sorority elected her to Wilson Purdy. Officer Lee wasoneof the 16 Floridians selected to attend the ;'i;.

It all started at Nazarene woman bent on beginnings, terms as president and sec- annual community relations forum which is sponsored by the National Con. ;::'
Elementary School (no longer Mrs. Ratcliff opened the new retary. Active church work, F
Brownsville ference of Christian and Jews in cooperation with the university at Lansing, ;
operating) in Liberty City. Jr. High Schoolin Mrs. Ratcliff presently serveson
There Mrs. Ratcliff servedas 1959. She made it the show the Board of Directors of Mich. \\i': '

the teacherprincipal.Three place of Junior,high educationin the Church of the bpen Door. ,
years later she join- Dade County. Carver's family and friends "No "Hasty Judgement" On Burger (
ed the English department of In 1965 she was selected wish her continued success -
Booker T, Washington High project manager of the advi- and happiness. MEMPHIS NAACP Exe- About Mr. Burger, Mr.Wil- In honoring Mr.Turner,Mr. ':;
cutive Director Roy Wilkins kins said. "We will wait and I I i Wilkins sounded the keynote I,
described the Negro mood as see what happens," and not .- working to achieve "a
Probe Conditions At ft. Polk/ NAACPUrges '
"one of uneasiness" regard- make any "hasty Judgment." better share of the integrated
I ing the appointment of Warren "He has a reputation for world" rather than making the ,
Of DefenseNEW Earl Burger to be Chief Jus- being a strong advocate of what "foolish mistake of going it
Dept. tice of the Supreme Court.Mr. has been called la wand order, alone." He cited Mr. Turneras t
Wilkins was here May 22 as the type advocted by Barry an example.
Army probe in a telegram at Fort Polk.
YORK The National
featured speaker at a testi- Goldwater in 1964," the civil "You will build strength by
Association for the Advance- dispatched May 23,to Defense The full text of the telegram: going out Into the communityand
monial dinner honoring Jesse rights leader said. "But the
ment of Colored People has Secretary Melvin Laird. The follows: with all
competing mankind -
Turner for "a decade of Negro community tends to
called upon the Defense De- telegram cited the arrest, May On May 17 last, eighteen ser- forward
ever moving
of
vice 1958-1968 view this sort thing with a ,
as presi- *
partment to "initiate Imme- 17, of NAACP Louisiana Field persons Including NAACP
dent of the local NAACP great deal apprehension and and that Is the story of Jesse
diately searching inquiry into Director Harvey Britton and state field director Harvey branch. suspicion." Turner," Mr. Wilkins said.
conditions of Negro servicemen 17 other NAACP activists who Brltton were arrested In
at Fort Polk," near Lees- attempted to set up a military Leesville, Louisiana, on
ville, La.NAACP. complaint center In Leesville ,charges! of disturbing the
Executive Director to receive complaints from peace and investigation of va-
Roy Wilkins called for the Negro servicemen stationed grancy. These persons were I! .
situated on private propertyto __,,
which they had been given ; -
access by the owners and were
engaged in activity which is
entirely lawful, to wit, pre- I f 1t! ,,
paring to h ea r and record
complaints of racial discrimination I
by Negro servicemen !
stationed at Fort Polk. The
arrests and overnight Im- .
s m .
prisonment ordered by Mayor ;t.o .
Fertitta of Leesville coincide r

neatly with the position ascribed -
to commanding officerat
Fort Polk who has previously -
denied charges of racial
discrimination on base and
- has declined to cooperate with f
JAMES E. JOHNSON SAMUEL R. PIERCE NAACP in Investigationof
such charges. We believe
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Two Blacks department of defense should
Homed To Initiate immediately search- ----- Na

ing Inquiry into conditions
of .......... _.>>..._ .
National Scout Board Negro servicemen at Fort M.W' f __,
Polk and into possibility that "... = I
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post commander was implicated I
Two prominent blacks have of the Boy Scouts in Sacra- \ 1\ y .. .w
in any manner whatsoever -
been named to the executive mento Cal. '
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board of the in last Saturday's police .,
Boy Scouts of The new national Scout leader -
America. James E. Johnson, has also been active in the action In Leesville. For Your
U. S. Civil Service Commissioner -' planned Parenthood. Association Added Convenience .

and Samuel R. pierce, Toastmasters Interna-
Jr. of New York were namedto tional and United Christian
the highest governing bodyin Centers. DRIVE-IN BANKINGOur
scouting at the National
Council Annual Meeting. This Pierce, a former Judge of
year's meeting is being held in the Court of General Sessionsin Drive-in
Boston, May 21-23. New York is presently a Banking service is the easiest and most

Members of the national partner in the law firm of Bat- convenient way for you to handle withdrawals and
executive board represent a tle, Fowler, Stokes and Kbeel. AHCSTER
broad cross-section of com- He is a member of the New deposits. The service is friendly and fast just

munity leaders in education, York State Banking Board and the way you want it. Drive in and see for yourself.ogSi .
business, religion and com- chairman of the Impartial Dis-
munity service. Johnson and ciplinary Review Board of the
Pierce Join James B. Parsonsof New York City Transit Sys-
Chicago, Ill who recentlyhas tem. Mr. Pierce has been active -
been the only Negro rep- in New York CORE, the KINCHENSIn N
resentative on the National NAACP, and the Urban Lea- .
case are won-
Executive Board since 1965. gue. In 1959, he received the you
Johnson was appointed Civil Award for Community Service dering where she is?
Service Commissioner in from the Manhattan Council of She's at: Alice's Wonderland
February 1969 by President the Boy Scouts of America. In 4310 NW 7th
Nixon, had previously been director 1964, be was honored with an Ave. Phone 751-9171. ''
of the California Department Award for Community Service Come in for: all ; .; ; | ?, ; ?%S : ;Si% /
of Veterans Affairs. from the Harlem Lawyers' your 4y ;':';> :'
beauty needs. Specia- ( | -; ;;
Mr.Johnson has been a mem- Association and the Bedford-
ber of the board of directorsof Stuyvesant Lawyers'Assocla- lizing in high fashions. '" C-v:! L ".(. .r.'Ni : -: ;} . u ,..
the Golden Empire Council tion.

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THE MIAMI TIMES, Friday, May 30. 1969 3


i Abernathy Urges Nixon To Join 6



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6 Interracial ConfrontationsNEW _

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,E Afll. t 9w ,rHgrwr
YORK-President joining inspecialwhite-black- the Humanist Institute in San
I:: Nixon and members of his staff leadership confrontation ses- Francisco report gratifying
were urged today to participate sions, which are conducted results from whfte-blackcon- ain
'I' in unique interracial con- along the lines of group frontation groups.
frontations designed to help therapy used by psychiatrists. The invitation extended to .
1r.r fatY .
break down the barriers of Interracial confrontation President Nixon by Revs. tM (
misunderstanding between sessions are part of a grow- Abernathy and Young is rwr
W J whites and blacks. ing national movement, reported worded as follows in Look:
;'- the mag az In e. Each ". . We invite you and your .
m, The. invitation was issued in group has white and black co- staff, Mr. President, to Joinin 4 +; f irl I I a I
. the current>< issue of Look leaders, with a dozen or so a series of interracial confrontations YD.
magazine be Revs. Ralph D.
whites and blacks comprisingthe in the sincere r
of the Southern Christian:I!
belief that all concerned will
' group. During the confrontation -
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Leadership Conference. In
profit by the experiences.
session, both whites and
11 t making their statement, both
blacks are forced tobare their "We, the Executive Com-
i jI; men said that national leaders deepest feelings on race and mittee of the SouthernChrist- 41
:w often make decisions that prejudice. ian Leadership Conference, y > i r+ .
I? affect the minorities, "the offer to participate with you <,yyq, ;
f have-nots," without personal From this exposition of and your people, and with the D.

. knowledge of these people's hidden feelings it is hoped thata representatives of the poor, ,,,MAt.L'F" >_" .? 'n"+ > '...t." Vsel"..' yi. ....,' f .'i"C__(_< ,__"; _"'x_' ,_. ."''> __:.;,,_, ...,_w.'..
feelings. new and more meaningful the disenfranchised, the for-
l, understanding of each other fotten. Your affirmative re- Class officers of the 1969 graduation class of Bethune-Cookman Collegeare
J' The President and his staff will occur between whites and sponse will bring new hope to shown during the traditional tree planting! ceremony following a recent Sen-
4, would benefit, they feel, by blacks. Organizations such as the "
't;' nation. ior Assembly during graduation week. More than 60 such plants from previous

a graduation classes grace the B-CC campus. From left to right (with shovel)

2ND ANNIVERSARY Miamian Wins King FellowshipRichard Larry Williams, class president; Rufus Boykins, Freddie Mossey, Esther

1, BANQUET Davis, son of Mr. Berry, Lueray Norris and Ronnie Brown. More than 200 Bethune-Cookman stu-

:', Zessle Court #110 Heroine James H. Davis, Sr., Coconut dents received degrees during the graduation exercises held in Moore Gym. \

: of Jericho PHA, cordially invite Grove, has been warded a Dr.
y you to attend Its second Martin Luther King, Jr. Fel-
;; BAND AND CHORUS ;\9
,
" Anniversary and Banquet at lowship from the Woodrow School Desegregation Church Topic
Bonded Recreation Center, Wilson l National Fellowship CONCERTThe
4150 NW 7th Avenue, Satur- Foundation. The Fellowship Brownsville Junior
day, May 31 at 8 p.m. Donation will provide $270 a month for High School Band and Chorus Dr. Michael J. Stolee, 'associate of the organization's Task
is $2.00. Door prizes will two years with the possibility will present its annual concertin professor of educa- Force Study on the same topic.
"1, be given. Motto Friendship of a one year extension. the auditorium on June 5, tion at the University of Miami The meeting is open to the
J With Honors.: Davis graduated from at 8 p.m. Included on the pro- and director of the Florida public. ,
" George Washington Carver gram will be music spanningfrom School Desegregation Con- Church Women United ,
II High School In 1961. After the 16th century to the sulting Center, will speak on South of the Miami River. )
\ Sis. Zessie Tucker, MA M; spending four years in the ; Bro. James T. Goff, MWJ; County Schools" in St. Marks president of the organizationand
U. S. Air Force, he enrolledin der the direction of Mr.
: Sis. Wanda R. Pool,chairman; the University of Arizona i Charles L. Austin and the Lutheran Church, 414 Velarde Mrs. George T. Lewis is
Heroine Lulu Johnson, Grand andHeroine where he has maintained a 3.4 chorus is under the directionof Ave., Coral Gables, Thurs- chairman of the group's action
Most Ancient Matron average and will receive his Mrs. Cecelia S. Dunn. Donation day, June 5 at 10 a.m. Department.Go .
Seawrite Grand
I E. L. ,
I B. S. degree in Political the 196869'srpool is $1.00 for adults and
Worthy During
Joshua.
Science on May 31. Davis served as presi- 50? for students.We invite you Dr. Stolee will be the guest To Church
year,
dent of the Zeta Theta Chap- to come out for an enjoyable speaker of Church Women I
United South at the kickoff Sunday
evening.
ter of Alpha Phi Alpha Fraternity -
and vice- II)
I f Inc. as '
CCt president of the South Park '
Area Council Credit Union.He !
will enter the University of FOR THE FINEST HOUSING ACCOMMODATIONS
Arizona Law School in Sep-
AT MODERATE KATES-CALL
I tember.
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Davis has five sisters and BONDED *
t '4 r 1v. brothers all of whom finished "
NT' .. Le high school in Coconut I II
6tr Grove. Mrs. Bettie D. Camp- "., III
: bell,a teacher at Booker T. RENTAL :

( _ try Washington Junior High; Mr. .. I:;; "
James Davis, an accountantwith I .
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IBM in San Jose, Calif.; AGENCY : ,
Miss Jane Davis, an accountant -
v with the Internal Revenue
Service in Washington, D. C.; t !a
Mr. Lewis Davis an accountant "A .
with General Electric in ( s"s
Philadelphia; and Miss Pa-
a tricia Davis, a student at MI- ; ,, THE LARGEST PRIVATE HOUSING RENTAL AND 1 1j j

ami Dade Jr. College South \._ __,' MANAGEMENT AGENCY IN THE SOUTH, OPERATING
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Honored at the Miami Beach Executives
guests Campus. IN DADE AND BROWARD COUNTIES
Club Luncheon meeting at the Embers Restaurantwere ,

Attorney General Earl Faircloth, whose topic A fleet of cars and collectors give door to door service for

was "The Role of the White Community in the OIC HONOR AWARDED tenants convenience

Program' and Sam Moncur, Executive Director of STUDENT A community recreation center for teenagers and adults "rent

Opportunities Industrialization Center in Miami, Matthew Barrell, a 9th free," furnished and conditioned foryour comfort and enjoyment.A .

who answered questions after Mr. Faircloth's talk. grade band student, of public relations deportment to assist you with your problems.
Photy by Bergman.STANLEY. Brownsville Junior High
School will be attending the Tenants concern will 'stop vandalism, and reducethecostofhousing.
Eastern Music Festival
DRUGSYOUR at Guilford College in Greensboro RENTS ARE DUE IN ADVANCEWE

N., C., this summer. ,I
NEIGHBORHOOD PRESCRIPTION STORE Matthew is one of the ten stu- SUGGEST THAT YOU. PAY AT OFFICE, IN PERSON OR BY MAIL r

8690 NW 22 Ave 691-3741 dents selected from Dade MAIN OFFICE :
County to participate. Ibis
program Is coordinated local I I II
ly by the Economic Oppor- 4150 NW 7th Avenue 759-8733 '
tunity Program, Inc. Mat-
threw's band teacher is Mr. 14255 NW 22nd Avenue, Opa-locka MU 8.0617

"'I r A Charles L. Austin. 20848 South Dixie Hwy., Cutler RidgeCE 5-3553
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605 NW 7th Terrace, Ft. Lauderdale JA 4-3357 I

3801 Grand Avenue Grove HI 5-1381
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CLASS
: .:,vT -4 DORSEY
: 512 NW 1st Ave., Hollandale WA 7-2434 \

We are having a 'very im- 339 Hamm< "dvi lie Rd., Pompano WI| 3-2434
portant business meeting at
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the borne of Helen Jane Oliver
HUMPHREY Owner' HON. L.BROOK President .
HOMER 1835 NW. 57th St. phone NE 5-
DRUGS COSMETICS GREETING CARDS 2874. GEORGE HARTH, General Manager ':
June 1st is the deadline for CHARLES A. LOCKHART, Public Relations Director
FREE PICKUP &, DELIVERY all ,donations and final plans-..
for our party. please come
MOM. THUR SAT. 9 AM-9 PM SUN. 1 TO 5 PM and let us know what your . If I am to enjoy a'better life, others must live better too." L. L.
wishes are.

Brooks'J

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4 THE MIAMI TIMES, Friday, May 30, 1969

.... _""" "- '). rf1 f\. n -"TI I Facts Not Fiction
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JjtWi m &m1' r To Be Equal LEON J. ELLIt I

:. -. '-- ..." '- - -- -' must be remembered that Palestine was never an independent .
nation since the destruction of the Second Jewish Commonwealth -

Office: 6530NW 15th Ave., Miami, Flo. 33147Phone691042'' a Itf Whitney M. Young Jr.EsecutiveDirectorNational. i n 70 A.D. Palestine, for hundreds of years, was
colony by Turkey and only the efforts of the Allies
ruled as a
H. E.. SIGIS UND BEEVES, Editor and Publisher
GARTH C. REEVES, Managing Editor UrbanUagw .., In the First Word War made it possible for the various Arabic
free and independent nations.the .
STANLEY I. .WC'ITING: Theatrical Editor groups to become
Jewish settlement in Palestine brought new life to the

National Advertising Representative' Building An Open SocietyThe land that was devastated by the Influx of Palestinian Arabs
Amalgamated Publisher, 1 Inc. who denunded the land of trees and vegetation to the point
310 Madison Avenue. New York, N. Y. 10017
Member of the Notional Newspaper Publishers Association title of my new book, published this week by McGraw- where the whole land of Palestine, which includes present
2400 S. Michigan Avenue, Chicago, III. 60616 Hill, is "Beyond Racism: Building an Open Society." day Jordan, could hardly support a few hundred thousand living -

F It's five years since I last put my thoughts on the racial souls.In .
SUBSCRIPTION RATES that 1915, young Jews organized a Jewish brigade to help the
At
ONR YEAR 55.00 SIX MONTHS $3.00 FOREIGN $6.00 scene In book form, and much has changed since then.
time, the civil rights movement was concerned with the battle Allies fight the Turks and Germany. In 1916during the First

Entered as Second Class Matter, August 9, 1927 at the Post for equal rights but I felt that the real struggle was going to World War England, through Lord Balfour. issued a declaration
Office at Miami, Florida, under the act of March 8, 1876 thereafter known as the Balfour Declaration, which was
economic grounds.
on
"CREDO OF THE NEGRO PRESS"The emerge I asked then for a Domestic Marshall Plan, to help bring subsequently ratified by the League of Nations and the U.S.
NEGRO PRESS believes that America can best lead about and better housing health and Congress, and reads as follows:
equal Job opportunities ,
the world from racial and national ,
antagonism when it accordsto "His Majesty's Government view with favor the establish-
every man regardless of his race creed or color his human education for America's oppressed black minority.
home for
t of national the Jewish
ment in Palestine a people,
and ..
legal rights.
Hating
no man, fearing no man the Negro
Press strives to h'' ...iry man In the firm belief that all men That massive commitment to breaking down the economic and will use their best endeavors to facilitate the achievementof

are.. hurt as long. ,Is held bock. barriers between the races was never undertaken, and the this object, it being clearly understood that nothing shall
----- --- crisis I foresaw is upon us. We are now in the post-civil be done which may prejudice the civil and religious rights of

rights phase of the movement, and the battle is now clearly existing i non-Jewish communities in Palestine,or the rights

Is Black Power Ebbing? against the racism that pervades our society.In and political status enjoyed by Jews in any other country."

"Beyond Racism," I also make suggestions for racial After World War I, the Zionist movement applied itself in
Black students have had sensational success in fore ing high changes in the way our society distributes its rewards and earnest to colonize Palestine In the spirit of the Balfour

school and college administrators to bow to their will Es- necessities among the various groups. It is now clear that Declaration. Land was purchased by the Jewish National Fund

pecially Is this so with respect to black studies as a constituent there has to be a drastic change in the power relationships and by private people for colonization. Stalwart pioneers migrated

part: of the academic curriculum. between whites and blacks in America. to Palestine determined to redeem the land that was

Though they had to resort to strenuous means to enforce once their own. Palestine, then a desolate, devastated land,
their demands the goal toward which their Black people must have their fair share of the power and the
they expanded
: denuded of trees and vegetation, was coming to life again and
youthful has been reached. Thus American privileges now held exclusively by white citizens. America
energy historyhas Arbas from surrounding countries attracted by good wages
been advanced one more of identity and affirmation.But cannot ask the black man to be responsible without giving
peg flocked to Palestine in the tens of thousands to seek employment
what of the black movement Is it into him the responsibility for his own destiny; it cannot ask him
?
power dwindling in the new colonies established by the Jews. The extentof
chaos and nothingness? One of the movement's to exercise discipline unless allows him the power to controlhis
hampering the influx of Arabs into Palestine can only be grasped by
weaknesses Is a lack of unity and programmatic design. Too own life. pointing out that during the First World War, the total population
This Is what the whole for control of the
struggle community
many leaders with different catechism and different philoso- of Palestine Including Armenians, Greeks Jews and
,
schools and other public services is all about.The black man
phical outlook are speaking for the movement.
Germans, totaled: 690,000. A goodly proportion of that number
wants In he wants to take his place as an in the
equal partner
Outside its college manifestation black Is ; :
campus power lived in that part of Palestine subsequently absorbed by Jor-
protruding Itself pretty convincingly in the political arena. society.

Here, a consolidation of the black vote has been able to trans The subtitle of the book Is "Building an Open Society." dan.The Herculean struggles, sacrifices and privations of those

late the racial struggle into positive accomplishment The That's because I feel whites and blacks alike must strive to early pioneers from time to time encountered uprising and

election of a black Mayor in Gary, which was followed by the create a truly Open Society, a society in which each human bloodshed instigated by the Palestinians large often absent

election of a black Mayor In Cleveland are both triumphs of a being can flourish and develop to the maximum of his god- land owners, who were determined to keep the Palestinian

black unity whose pattern: of action maybe repeated elsewhereIn given potential, a society in which each group can retain its Arabs as land slaves on 'wages equaling about 10$ a day.

the United States.Metropolitan identity, and pluralism Is respected.In In the spring of 1948, the Jewish community in Palestine,
public opinion Is growing weary of a black an Open Society, for example, some Negroes may preferto following a decision of the United Natiors partition Palestineinto
movement that has neither definition nor social polarization.. live together temporarily In close-knit enclaves -- as just Arabic and Jewish states, and waivering between creating

The economics of the idea has been adjudged impractical and about every other ethnic group in this country has done. But a trusteeship and/or two Independent states, was determined

unrealizable by reputable economists Black economic poweris the exercise of such a choice would not be penalized with Inadequate to be completely In control of its own destiny and declared -
fantasy at this juncture. The Negro's financial status is too services, discriminatory practices, and open hos an independent state of Israel. They were determinednot
limited at best to enable him to stand alone or as entrepreneurin I tility. It would be but one of many choices that Individuals to repeat the sad history of their plight under the British

a big scale operation.The would be free to make within a pluralistic society. Mandate,whenever so often royal commissions were appointedto
only sector on which black power is forging ahead is,. air out the grievances of the Jewish settlers on their
on the political front. Though they ascend the political ladder Respect for the differences among people alone won't bring for admitting stateless Jews to Palestine with requests -
of power through a coalition of the black vote, successful black about an Open Society Group achievement must join group results. no

politicians wisely avoid any reference to black power. respect as an essential Ingredient. When,in each group in our The events surrounding the establishment of an IndependentState
The reason for their silence Is obvious They did't come to society, roughly the same proportion of people succeed and of Israel 1948 will tollow."Manpower .
power through the black vote alone.Indeed,it Is reasonable to fail, we will have true equality.
assume that those successful Negro candidates could not have That means, for a time at least,unequal resources will haveto
won without some white support.The be allocated to enable Americans to compete on an equal Act Assures

movement Is falling apart because its advocacy of separatism : basis. It is the height of hyprocrisy to allow a child to group w

puts it In an Irreconcilable conflict with the crusadefor ,in a slum housing, attend Inferior ghettoschools, and keep New Opportunities
civil rights, and because ithasalienatedan Important segment him from all the advantages other children enjoy, and then
of the Negro population and scores of Influential white say to him; "Go ahead and compete, you have euqal opportunities -
liberals who were committed to the Idea that only through integration ." Unemployed"Congressman

can America's racial dilemma be solved. The road to an Open Society Is a long and difficult one, and Dante B. Fas- States and the well-being and

The Chicago Defender it will take hard work by all of us, black and white, to remake cell joined with Rep.James G. happiness of Its citizens would

America. Each Individual can make a contribution by volun- O'Hara and nearly 100 other be enhanced by the establish

teering, tutoring, and in other ways (I've Included a section members of the House In Introducing ment of a comprehensive man

PHIL OSSOFEROne called What You As An Individual Can Do,to help spell out the major J manpower power policy and program designed

various things concerned citizens should be doing). legislation designed to reach to assure every American -
of our better-known How strange that whites deplore Change Is always hard. Giving up privileges and making the goal of national full em an opportunity for gainful
writers recently revealed a little black Inhumanity special efforts comes hard to many. But we are presently on ployment. productive employment and to
what I believe Is a lack of understanding realizing that it is the.result a collision course with disaster, and only by eliminating the Titled simply, "The Man- provide the education and

of what is happening of an over-abundance of Inequities in American life today can we hope to preserve that power Act,' the bill seeks to training needed by a person to
In America. Although he white inhumanity. which Is good and healthy In the American heritage. "assure an opportunity for a qualify for employment con

recognizes the decay in our Slums exist because of economics gainful, productive job to sistent with his highest potential
colleges, our slums and in our every American who Is
They are really labor seeking and capability"
legislative processes, he camps, where, when you need LETTER TO EDITORChallenges work, and make availablethe
doesn't seem to understand the education and Specifically, the ManpowerAct
cheap labor you can get it, training
basic cause of it all. Black FAMU Professors needed by gives to the Secretary of
and when you don't need it,you any persontoquali-
He said that It took justfive can,'V forget it. A slum is nature's fy for employment consistentwith Labor the manpower trainingand

years to tear down our country warning that the body leadership In Black Study CoursesDear his highest potential and development authority he
to a position of ridicule, politic has an Infection which capability: now has under the Manpower

but he doesn't see that the will eventually affect the en- Sir The legislation would substantially Development and TrainingActand
seeds cf ridicule were planted : revise under Title 1-B of the
tire body of humanity.We existing fed-
many, many years ago with the eral Economic OpportunityActbut
birth of Immediately treat an In a recent article In the Miami Times I read with mixed manpower programs,establish -
slavery.' The plants removes of the procedural
many
Infection bodies know- a public service
on our employment
emotions
the intentions
of the Dade
from these seeds be- County School System to been
are Just steps that I have
ing it can affect the rest of the black program to create
implement
ginning to blossom and bear history courses Into the County school curriculum jobs for added to these Acts over the
body even unto the point of unemployed workersand
On the one hand I
wholeheartedly endorsed this
their bitter fruit. long
state years since their original en-
death. No so with our social as formal public
He asserts that the 10% of overdue, meaningful, and relevant action. But in all candor, I policy the actment. Also stripped from
infectlns. We don't realize proposition that
who have darkskinno question the "leadership involvement" of Dr. Leedell Ney-
our people these acts the various
are
American
that what affects one part of willing to work
: able
land who in the recent ,
desire very past: vocally opposed student
longer complete to special categories trainees,
the body politic affects all.We demands work, and seeking work
for
"relevant black
more
study courses" at
unity with whites. Maybe 1% FAMU. should be added at various times in response
are in great danger because of guaranteed
This action a Job or
bears
emphasis in that it
of that 10% feel that way, butI this seems sought of con- the to specific needs.
attitude. training needed
firmly believe that these true tradictory for a black university dean to accept or function in for equality
Americans don't want to give We suffer because we have a consultatory capacity: after taking such a position, particularly : a job. Fascell said that, "Underthe
up their long-sought goal of turned from the True Physician one who apparently: possesses an attitude of uncertainty The Manpower Act also de- act, the Secretary of Labor
full participation: In the main- who alone can diagnoseand characterized by a lack of black consciousness when It comes clares that "it Is within the will be given wider powerto

stream of American life. treat our spiritual infec to realizing the significance of black history in college cur- to capability of the United States form a broad, permanentand

He wrote that "for reasons tions. The prescriptions for riculums. provide every Americanwho dynamic manpower policy
is able and willing to work which will have the flexibility
which I cannot divine, they living are recorded in the Holy full ,
Scriptures of all divinely revealed If his late rush to opportunity, within the to meet manpower needs now
subvert the law they sought relevancy Is the result of a recent awakening framework of
a free
and want to Impose their ghetto religions, yet humanity or surfacing "soul" all well and good, but for the sake of to society, and In the future.
prepare: himself for
and obtain MDTA
"The program
culture on the 90% (whites.) as a whole Ignores them.Thisis community progress, and in order to prevent conflicts known employment original
Unfortunately, he does not why we suffer. to be results of fees vis-a-vis soul, it Is my personal opinion est level'of at the high- and the Economic Opportunity that
sense that the black brothers "Come, and let us return that the black community of Greater Miami should and need productivity, responsibility Act have shown
and
might be calling attention to unto the Lord: for He hath torn, to check this particular: brother out. within remuneration this kind of a program can
the limits of his abili will enable us
work. This bill
what they have had to endure and He will heal us; He hath ties."
smitten and will bind to make the best possible use
1 He us Sincerely
these many years as a result It adds that
1 of white subversion of the law. up." (Hosea 6:1.) Bernard Collins "The economic of our most valuable resource
prosperity of
\ the United -- manpower."


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Black Profiles Of
CourageWhitney Revolt Against Black Middle Class Behavior?

M. Young Jr., executive director of the National
Urban League, is a civil rights activists who explains the "'THE SONS OF MIDDLE CLASSBLACKS ARE TURNING

civil rights struggle both as a powerful speaker and a writer MILITANT BECAUSE THEY ARE ASHAMED OF THEIR
with the ability to use the pen with great ease. As a powerful
PARENTS FOP HAVING DONE NOTHING IMPROVE
speaker he uses any occasion to 'tell it like it is' Just as he .
did March 24, 1969 when he THE LOT OF THE PEOPLE THE GHETTOS.*
challenged an audience of
1500
"
I' SAYS A HARVARD JUNIOR.
at the National Association of
-
; '
Broadcasters Convention in ; .
Washington, D, C. to do something I y! H '
about the present situation
of so few blacks in the In. "K ,/
dustry. His words follow:
"For a change do somethingnot
Just because you don't want
to have your wrist slapped or s'tuotSOEO \
be critized. Do it because it is
right." He also critized the
media for making black lead- k
ers out of Dick Gregory and
Casius Clay (Muhammed AM);
and blamed the media for not c i I CK
helping the black and white
communities dlffereniate between the real and non-real lead-
ers. He reminded the Broadcasters that as soon as they de- :\ U
cide that racism, discrimination and bigotry were wrong, our
cities would have peace and order. His being able to "tell it
like it is" in a dignified,yet powerful manner during his half-
hour speech must have reached the delegates to the NAP Con-
vention because they gave a standing ovation to our own Whit-
ney M. Young Jr.,the first black man to address the NAP Con 1 1v
vention.
This well-learned and dynamic"Profile of Courage' (Whit w
ney M. Young Jr.) has also spoken the truth on such other occasions -
as at the Overseas Press Club LuncheonJune 1963-
when he charged that the white press,radio and television had,
for its own purpose Inflated the importance of nationalists and
any black leader willing to say he hated white people. Then, In
October 1964 at a meeting of Protestant Churchmen
in New York,he stated that it was not enough for them to "openthe
doors of the church" but that religious leaders had a responsibility
"to reach out to the Negro and say, I want you."
In April of the same year, even before he spoke openly to the
Churchmen, Whitney M. Young told Congress it was time for Hires Poor As Consultants :
America to assure the Negro "We believe in you" when he
spoke before Congress in support of the anti-poverty program.
Whitney M. Young Jr., keeps the world informed about the
civil rights struggle as an author as well as a syndicated On PovertyWASHINGTON
columnist. His latest book "Beyond Racism" Building an -
Open Society, Is a 'must for those who not only want to know
the truth, but who in some way want to help. His column "To Search- Jobs on an annual basis wouldbe If the 24 poor consultants: greater community involve
Be Equal" needs to explanation to readers of the white as wellas Ing for the experts poverty, equivalent to a salaried work the full 44 days now apparently ment in the agency, thus employing
the black press because it is widely syndicated, and it too the Office of Economic Opportunity $5,500-a-year job, he argued. authorized, they' what one OEO official
is checked full of facts' about the civil rights struggle. has begun hiring poor That puts the consultants not would make $1,540 each, fora called "bottom-up planning".
Whitney M. Young Jr., sees the National League as play- people as consultants and payIng far above CEO's ,salaried total cost to the governmentof t
ing a significant and creative role during this period of unrest them $35 a day.In neighborhood workers, who 36960. 5 RECEIVE HONORARYi
when the black man is inrevolt. Under his aggressive admin- the last few months, 24 make $4,100 to $4,200 a year; In each of the six Southern I
i
istration, the National Urban League, bl-racial organization, poor people in six southern he said. states included in the "ruralImpact I DEGREES AT FMC
has broadened its states South Carolina, project", two counties, Continued from page 1
approach,expanded its services,and launched "The reason this is important" -
new programs aimed at providing equal opportunities for Georgia, Mississippi, Ala the OEO spokesman were selected for work by a In North Augusta, South Carolina
in bama Tennessee and Florida three-e m b e r consultant and he received both the
Negroes employment,housing,health and welfare.His think continued "is that we're find
,
ing, his speaking, his writing and his work always show that have been used as consul ing out how to use team, consisting of one pro-Bachelor of Arts degree and
ever since he played that first major role as a civil rights tants for what OEO calls its poor peo- fessional and two local low-Doctor of Divinity degree at
ple as consultants. Professional -
activist "rural impact project." income consultants.The Benedict College. For the past
as one of the Negroes responsible for the "1963 people can't into
go
These consultants 22 Negroes teams last March thirty-five years he has been
March work-
on Washington, he is truly one of the greatest leaderswe areas and get informa
have. And it's and two whites are poor ed in the counties for about pastor of Shiloh Metropolitan
Whitney M.
Young Jr.,executive director of tion. The cultural gap is too
the National Urban League, NYC, who is forever ready to attempting to help poor peo- great.In two weeks, asking poor peo- Baptist Church In Jackson-
"tell it like it is.. ple in their home communities ple about the local antipoverty ville, Fla.
become more directly involved the last year, between age n c y' s performanceand Mrs. Greenspan is also a
in the planning and direction 30 and 40 other poor people seeking ways to bring the widow, and she currently Is
Dr. Phillips/ / Speaks of local antipoverty have been used as consultants poor Into fuller participationin managing the estate of her
programs.So on other projects,but no information the agency's services. late husband, S. Harvey
far, the 24 persons have was available Wednesday In the 30-day extension, the Greenspan, which includes an
worked from 10 to 14 days on their dally fees. same teams will promote agricultural project in Puerto
To 7,700Dr. At UM each. An OEO official in the Rico. She is most active in Mt.
Atlanta regional office said Sinai Hospital and she isa life
, Wendell Phillips -- explorer nition of his work in South Wednesday that another 30 trustee of that institution.Mrs. .
I archeologist, author, Arabia to confirm Its histori- days' employment at $35 a day Fair Housing Bill Gets Whiteside attended
economic advisor and representative cal chronology and to verify has been authorized. Fur public school in, Miami, and
for His Majesty Sultan its paleography (ancient writ ther extensions might follow, she graduated from Florida
Said bin Talmur, King of ings). he said. Second Chance State College for Women. She
Oman .- will be the speakerfor After graduating with hon Both In Atlanta and Wash- is also a graduate of the University
University of Miami com ors from the University of ington, OEO officials vigor of Florida Law School.
in 1943 By a 6-3 vote Wednesday, creed, color or national origin social
mencement exercises startingat California at Berkeley ously defended the usefulnessof She has done graduate
3 p.m., Sunday, June 8, in Dr. Phillips served in the U.S. drawing on the knowledgeor Metro commissioners killed and would apply to all sales work at Tulane University
the Miami Beach ConventionHall. Merchant Marine in the South poor people by hiring themas one fair housing proposal, but of housing. also recieved a degree from
decided to take
Pacific and In Europe.In consultants. up another. the Columbia School of Social
UM President Henry King 1947, he organized and "Using their expertise in The proposal, sponsoredlast Also, it would apply to all Work. She is the only womanin
Stanford will confer degrees led the largest scientific ex- their local communities for March by now-suspended rental or leased housing units America, who serves as
ranging from the baccalaureate pedition ever to leave the Unit $35 a day is Just as valid as Commissioner Earl Carroll, except those buildings which executive vice-president of a
through the doctorate to ed States ..oo known as the using a PhD's expertise and had passed on first readingand contain no more than four greyhound racing track, and
some 1,700 students. For the Cairo to Capetown,Universityof paying him $100 a day," Insisted was scheduled for final units and in which the owneris she is also vice-president of
first time in several years, California African Expedi Al Krumlauf, CEO's action after the public hear an occupant.The Hippodrome Co. and she is
the exercises wiT 'nclude tion. Three years later,he led chief of training and technical ing Wednesday.The maximum penalty set by vice-president of the Shores-
Summer Session ;andi- the 1950. 52 expeditions into assistance in Its Atlanta the new ordinance is a $500 Park Co.
dates for degrees a practice South Arabia which saw the office. first reading of the sub- fine and 60 days in Jail. The Mr. Bryant was born In
which had' be abandoned excavation at the great Moon A Washington OEO spokesman stitute ordinance was sched- maximum penalty set by the Richand, Ga. He received his
for lack "". space until Temple of the Queen of Sheba's recalled that one of uled for next Wednesday. If it Carroll-sponsored ordinancewas higher education at Tuskegee
the enlargement of the Con capital city, Marib, in Yemen. the demands of last spring's passes, a public hearing wouldbe the same fine but only 30 Institute with a degree In Business
vention Hall made it again possible Dr. Phillips, Is a renowned Poor People's Campaign was scheduled normally for the days in Jail.Under Administration. He received
lecturer and author of three that OEO hire low-Income third week In June. his Master's degree in

Dr. Phillips, 47, is founder scholarly works: "Qata- people as consultants, since The new ordinance is the new proposal,the Business Education from the
and president of the American ban and Sheba," published in they knew more about poverty Metro Community Relations Wharton School of Commerceand
Foundation for the Studyof 1955 and selected by the than anyone else. 1 1i sponsored by Legal Services Board would act as a concilia- then went to the New York
Inc. which with the of
Man which, in cooperationwith American Library Associationas i Asked if critics might not ;federal, fund as well help local tory agency, to which a per University Graduate School.He .
as
the Library of Congress, one of the best books of that charge that $35 a day was ,funds son with a grievance would was public relations direc-
provides to
has microfilmed more than year; "Unknown Oman," 1966, steep, the OEO man replied i,low-income, legal help make his complaint.If tor for Florida MemorialCollege -
two million pages of ancient and "Oman, History," 1967. that "at first blush it might persons. froml943-45. His most
manuscripts at remotest. He is presently supervisingthe seem that way", but he added The ordinance would pre the CRB failed to resolvethe recent honor was received
Catherine's Monastery in the publication of a series of that consultants always make empt recent federal legislation situation according to the when he was listed in "2000 e
Sinai Peninsula. scholarly volumes of South more on a daily basis than they :i on discrimination in sale ordinance, the complaint Men of Distinction for 1969". c
He Is the only Americanever Arabian archaeology, four of would make dally In a regular ;and retal of housing. would be referred to Legal
to be made a Sheik by the which have already been published salaried Job.Because Services Inc and the matter ,1
Bal-Harith tribe InSouthArabia. by Johns Hopkins Uni no fringe benefitsare It would prohibit discrimination could be taken to Circuit
The honor was In recog- versity. provided, the $35-aday i on the basis of race, Court. :



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Motoring to Indianapolis to attend the funeral of their uncle,
Mr. Virgil Searcy,were A. M. Long, Eola Long, Mary Eddingsand
Virgil Terry. The group then visited their mother Mrs.
a Izella Terry in Saddersvllle, Tennessee.

k' Mr. Thomas P. Johnson has returned home after a three
,weeks vacation in New York, New Jersey and Philadelphia

t
K Florida Memorial College's first senior class graduated
j Sunday. 106 bachelors degress were awarded. Matthew G.
Carter, Negro mayor,Montclair,N.J. was the featured speak-
*.' er. <
.
Mr.and Mrs. Louis Taylor and daughter, Pamela of Nassau
,were the houseguests of the J.Hartman Taylors of Brownsville.
Keith Hanna, Brownsville, a Vietnam warcasualityishome 3 A3 ?tt.gsw ..
on a 30-day leave with his parents,Lois and Aldin Hanna f .
and brother, little Dennie. k .rte fvy"e

Recently the parents of the"Girls of the Year International" b t frf
1969 sponsored a party at the A.K. McDonald'shome honoringthe ,
girls and their escorts. Some of the girls attending were }

Cynthia Blanford, Alvita Brown, Vivian Brown,Joan Campbell,
Berthine Dean, Dianne Dyes, Yvonne Edwards, panzy Hendrix -
Vernetta King, Sharolyn Kirkland Gloria Jean Perry and
Beverly Lynn parks. On Saturday, the group along with the JAMES FARMER, right, assistant secretary of
members of th e NCNW Inc. Greater Miami North, motoredto Health, Education and Welfare in the Nixon adminis-

Hew Birch Taylor State Park and Ft. Lauderdale Beach fora ._ '" tration, is shown some of the outstanding featuresof
day of fun Mrs. Samuel (Cornelia) Glenn is president.
Florida Memorial College by its President, Dr.
MarriageMiss
Byron Johnson is visiting his parents, Mr.and Mrs. Charles Royal ft. Puryear. Mr. Farmer visited in Miami to
Sadoe) Johnson. Dorothy Davis,daugh- and matching headdress.The address a public meeting on the college campus.i2 .
ter of Mrs. Arthur Smith was nuptial music was played -
.
Congratulations to Deacon and Mrs. Edgar Thomas of Opa- united in holy wedlock to Mr. by Mrs. J. W. Dunn and 4,
locka who will celebrate their 24th wedding anniversary on George Banks El, on Saturday, Mrs. Richard P. Dunn. Mr. '
t June 2nd. April 26, 7 p.m. at the Churchof Vaughn Jacobs was the soloist ? .
the Open Door. The Rev. entertaining the guest with
By the time you read this, Mrs. Lula K. Wellons will be on Harold Long performed the beautiful vocal selections.
the Island of Pink Pearls, to spend the memorial weekend. double-ring candlelight ceremony Immediately following the

ceremony was the receptionheld r N
Ixora Neighborhood Girl Scouts will be featured In"Bridg:1 The bride was beautifully at the home of the bride's
:ing Ceremonies", Saturday, May 30 at Miami NorthwesternSr. attired in white satin, lace and aunt, Mrs. Elvira Smith. Mr.
High School. Parents and friends of Girl Scouts are invit- seed pearls. The matron of and Mrs. George Banks, El
ed to the ceremony at 1:30 p.m. honor, Mrs. Sammie Moore, are residing at Lake Shore
wore a lovely blue crepe dress West Apartments Mrs. J. W. a
Alecha Newbern 16 a Negro lass from Oakland Calif. was
,
with a beautiful studded belt Dunn directed the wtcMing:j.
crowned Miss Teen Princess- U.S.A.Saturday. Miss Newbernwill
compete later for the title of International Teen Princess.Mrs. .
Lottie Wheeler, Opa-locka is vacationing in Brooklyn,
N. Y. She is thehouseguest of her son, William and his family. Mrs. Florence Washington FetedThe I

Willie Mae Ceasor, formerly of Ceasor's School of Cosme- Washington residence Washington was without / ( ;*, s 3qa
tology is a candidate from district five to become a state at.950 NW 56th St.was the eloquent words.;Suddenly it downed on
board member. setting for a surprise 'her that this is May 16, my

birthday party on Friday, May birthday.The ,' _
Get well wishes to Calvin Adderly at Jackson. Daughter, 16. living room table was :
Willa Mae jetted in from New Yor k to be with her family. Mrs. G r a dy (Ernestine) richly prepared with delicious
and William Monica have returned home devoted and long
Mr. Mrs. ( ) Hanna Lindsey a foods for discriminatingtastes.
after vacationing in the Bahamas. time friend of Mrs.Washingtonand Beverages of all kinds
MR. B. J. Washington her
Willie and Lelia Jackson attended the funeral of her mo- were in abundance and many
husband of the honored were
in beautiful gifts were received.
ther Augusta, Georgia.
Instrumental In planning together

After an absence of seven months, Mrs. Epsie Johnson returns the perfect surprise Mrs. Washington wishes to
to Miami from an extended vacation with relatives and birthday party thank Mrs. Lindsey, her hus-
friends in New York. At present she is visiting a son, Fred Being a Christian woman, band and her many friends fora
Seymour, in Nassau. Mr. Wash ington and Mrs. memorable occasion.ENGAGEMENT.
Alice Broome had no troublein

SURPRISE! SURPRISEI! . A surprise getting Mrs. Washington -
birthday party, Saturday evening honored to go on a goodwill mis-
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Asquith McDonald. The party was hosted by f sion in behalf of someone else. Mr. and Mrs. B. Ingram of Crepe Jeans styled by V'
his wife, Thelma and daughter, Yssa. Many 4f The guests gathered and were Fort Pierce, Fla.announce the
relatives and friends were on hand to helpin waiting' when they returned.As engagement of their daughter,
the celebration. the door opened happy Becky to Mr. Theophilus C. ;
National Commander Wayne SheirbonDav birthday filled the quiet and Adderly, Jr. t3
has proclaimed the week beginning May 25, what seemed to have been an The wedding will take placein 191 43Y' r
May 30 as DAY Memorial Week.The time empty living room. Mrs. July. ;
for observances in honor of our departed ,
comrades. Most of us knew someone who HARRELL **
didn't come back. Many of our own families PHOTOGRAPHY Slip into
are among the heroic. AU of us should pause to pay tribute PRESENT COLOR of r some stitchy

this Memorial Day and to remember.But slacks Picky

there are many of our members (DAV-DAVA) who remember a pockets front and

daily. It is to them we offer a silent thank you and a NU-KAIR back. Long, lean and
prayer for their well-being, knowing they, too, made sacri-
fice when their loved ones left,never return.. Let everyone leg lovm. In yellow,

pause, If only for a moment on Memorial Day, to honor those lilac, beige or black.

who have given their lives that we may be free. Size 5 up, $14. Bang bang

All members of Sgt. Daniel W. Mulliens Chapter#39 DAVA AfII.
are asked to meet Saturday, May 31 at Comrade demons' 08 YOU* '(H
home in Opa-locka, 6 p.m.
MOHflfNUKAIR i''Y

ON MEMORIAL DAY Big Sale'
The bugle sounds in soft refrainA
last farewell, salute to frame Now In
J To one who lies 'neath a flag so true,
i Who defended freedom for me and you. 2 5X1 COLORPORTRAITS ProgressLORY'S
In truth, no tears should e'er be shed bit*. irtwth., ... .... n f
\ At the mourning of our valiant dead;
Rather a smile in fond embrace ONLY 3.95
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'I The woes, the trials that e'er remain; GRAUATIONSCHILDREN )
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THE LITTLE RED BOOK: One of the best declarations rye "
heard or read on the black issue comes from James E. Scott

Community Center director Archie Hardwick., thru Miami 1II1 'j" .'t-,

News reporter Louise Blanchard's essay in, ,' _
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her May 14, 1969 paragraphs I liked it so YASMIN MARIA DAVIS _
well, rll reprint it here:Among other things, !
Hardwick opined: "There are no 'leaders'who First Human ;
speak for everybody in the white com-
Relations Award If 4
munity, why should there be any lathe black ;
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community? Culturally,this country Isn't set At Ida Fisher _
up that way. If white people say to black Yasmin Maria Davis, 9th r
people, 'who is your leader?' they're asking grader at Ida Fisher Jr.High,
us to develop a sort of autocracy,a dictatorship Miami Beach, along with Vin-
row ____ ___.__ ._ _
There is no leader, there's no such cente Arebola were recipientsof n '__"_ _____
animal,_and there _will be none in the near the first human relations RC COLA 'CITES "BEST DRESSED WOMEN" The New Pittsburgh

zuture. White people have somehow got to unprogram them- award May 21 at the awards (Pa.) Courier's recently honored "Ten Best Dressed Women of 1968" were
selves out of this idea. Instead of talking' to the few black ceremonies. This award was
recioients, of specially cast bronze medallions given by Royal Crown Cola
people 'who don't make them uncomfortable,' white people given for her outstanding work
will have to stop communicating Just with a limited, specific with race relationship between Co., Columbus, Ga. Some 800 persons were present at The Courier's annual

group of black people." students, faculty and the Par- awards dinner at which time the presentations were made. Left to right ,are

HARDWICK CONTINUES: "The same ongoing handful of ent-Teacher Organization. Mrs. Marcella Boldan; Mrs. Gloria Garth; Mrs. Jean Hawthorne; Mrs. Hattie

people keep meeting and talking in Dade County. The same Miss Davis was also winner Kickman; Mrs. Cynthia Ivy; Chuck Smith, RC Cola's director of special mar-

handful of black people. Everybody has his own part. That of a Journalism award for her ket activities; Miss Shirley Jenkins; Mrs. Maude Jones; Miss Lynette May
person is our black militant. Tbis white man's role Is to work feature writing in the school ;
Miss Albertha and
Thompson Mrs. &erri Walker.
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with the black people so they don't bother the rest of the white newspaper. She received cita-
people. It's like a play going in circles.When a crisis arises, tions for excellent work as a 41
white people don't direct their attention to the people with student council member and Five Hundred Tea Great SuccessOne I
grievances the people creating the crisis. Instead they as a member of the Principal's
run
of the daughter Elks of unselfish service through out distinct service from 1944-
to the black people they feel most comfortable with. Too Advisory Committee.
many
Greater Miami Temple No. the years. 19G). Dt. Ellen Taylor whose
well-meaning black people spend their time to In December 1968 she was
apologizing
769 is the Five Hundred Tea. Some of Miami's leading faith ,in her temple from its
white people. White people sometimes expect me to explain queen of the Coconut Bowl, an which was held at Johnson's talents in music appeared on beginning has been unshakenshe
Stokely Carmichael or to apologize for him. Well, I can't annual event at Fisher at which Hall on Sunday afternoon.
the program, which was pre- was one of the fifty who
speak for Stokeley Carmichael. I'm Archie Hardwick. I don't time a banquet was given in Quite a large number of tea sided over by Dt. Enid Reese, was in the organization
ask white people to apologize for George Wallace or to explain her honor. Her other activitIes lovers turned out to enjoy the
then came a big surprise to beautiful plaque was presentedto
him" . Selahl : homeroom president, afternoon which was a musical those who were recommendedfor Marie White the founderand
NOTES ON A NAPKIN: The Critics Speak:John Miller (En- member of concert chorus, presentation of awards to awards they were Dt.Sarah mother of GreaterMiami
quirer) "NBC inked comic Flip Wilson to star In two 60-min fashion editor of school paper. those who have rendered an Smalley who has rendered a Daughter Elks.
TVariety specs in '70, and his own half-hour weekly situa-
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tion comedy series in '71" . Cindy Adams (MB Reporter)
"Darlin' Marlon Brando's the Svengali behind Diana Ross'
move to part company with The Supremes and pursue an act-
ing career on her own" . Ed Sullivan (NY News) "Sammy
Davis Jr prefers Peggy(Mod Squad) Lipton" . Larry King LOANS !
(Miami Herald) "Florida Memorial College's Yearbook "The ti
Arch' is as fine a publication as rve seen of this type. It is "
even more remarkable when you consider the school hasn't
',' been a year in operation here.' We Make Low-tost Home Improvement LoansIF

_ SALT WATER TAFFY: The Aubrey (Maria) Fernandez'daughter
Leverne Gale was among those 70 male and female
students of Henry J. Perry Junior high in Miramar (Broward
County) who left town last Tuesday early for Nixonville, D.C. YOU NEED CASH FOR: I
on a week's tour of museums and historical sites. The Eighth- "' ; '
grader, a niece of Caroline Richardson, returned home with ANOTHER BEDROOM A FLORIDA ROOM X

the troupe last Saturday . Emily (Brown Eyes) Pittman ANOTHER BATHROOM PAINTING ;J:
Birthday-dined her mother Mrs Della B. Carey (with friends)
May 25 at her home, honoring mother'sbirthdatethat arrived AIR CONDITIONING; A SPRINKLER SYSTEM

four days earlier on May 22.
THE WEEK'S WASH: Dade County School Board planning
drastic reshuffling of school principals come next school year
-- with many new placements to be Included.. . Former Mi- Don't Wait Get The Money From Us Now And Start '

amian Dorothy Patrick, now a long-distance telephone opera-
tor in Brooklyn, N. Y., arrived here a couple of Saturday Enjoying Improvements In Your Home At Once
sundowns ago via Eastern Air Lines fa a hectic weekend. The
Big City eyeful was a guest at the plush Four Ambassadors on BORROW UP TO $5,000.00
Brickell Avenue while here and squired around town by none

other than city patrolman Mike Wells,who,rumor has it, may TAKE AS LONG AS 7 YEARS TO REPAY I
seek a life-time partnership with the upstate cutie long before

Apollo 11 can land on the moon. She returned to her switch- Coll Mr. Vadurro Telephone 696-0700

board on Monday. Or Mr. DeRosa Telephone 7516611WE
STUFF AND SUCH: England won't recognize Jimmy Ellis- I

Henry Cooper fight as a world heavyweight title scrap.. . MAKE LOANS TO BUSINESSMEN IN COOPERATION WITH THE
Jim Brown's new stunner Is Jessica Leaves . Cyril D.
Roberts Sr retires from his foreman's post in YoungstownOhio SMALL BUSINESS ADMINISTRATION

( ) this ending '69 . The Bill Cosbys named their first Call Mr. Charles Eldgride Telephone 696-0700
Himage William ni. . Patrolman Leroy Rogers and Joe
Lewis were among those scheduled to zero in on NYC to be in
attendance at the big Florida Dance May 31 sponsored there PEOPLES FIRST NATIONAL BANK OF MIAMI SHORES PEOPLES AMERICAN NATIONAL BANK

annually . Cassius Clay, awaiting court verdict, keepingin With a Trust Department NORTHWEST 125th STREET at 10th AVENUE
shape in a Chicago gym. NORTHEAST, 2nd AVENUE at 95th STREET NORTH MIAMI, FLORIDA
MIAMI SHORES, FLORIDA TELEPHONE: 751-6611
SWEETS' TREATS: Barry College master of science degree TELEPHONE: 757-5511

recipients last Sunday night: Rowena Sutton, Maxcine ,:"
page, Frances Lamb McNeil,Catherine Pace,Herbert Myers,
PEOPLES FIRST NATIONAL BANK OF NORTH MIAMI BEACH
Nancy Combs . Larry Steele's 'Smart Affairs' revue an
WEST DIXIE HIGHWAY AT 162nd STREET
Eden Roc smasheroo . The Major (Scevia) Hollands have r
NORTH MIAMI BEACH, FLORIDA
their first. It's a boy,whose arrival May 26 in Tuskegee, Ala- TELEPHONE: 945.4311
bama has made grandpater and grtndmater the Nelson Adams'
of Dunbar elementary offly happy . Sammy Davis Jr at
Freeport's Kings Inn across the brine . Birthdaying: Dr PEOPLES NATIONAL BANK OF COMMERCE PEOPLES LIBERTY NATIONAL BANK
Roland Burroughs, May 31. NORTHWEST 79th STREET at 33rd AVENUE NORTHWEST 7th AVENUE at 135th STREET
CONFIDENTIALLY YOURS: Mrs Mary Cox has rounded out MIAMI, FLORIDA NORTH MIAMI, FLORIDA
two bedded weeks at Cedars of Lebanon.. Robert Reed plansa TELEPHONE: 696-0700 TELEPHONE: 685-2444 4
christening for his young'un Robin Verne Elizabeth in Trans-
figuration Sunday, June 8 Charles F. Higgs, who walked out
from his Jackson Memorial Hospital bed last March 23 (con-
fined with a cancerous throat) turned up at JMH last Thurs- PEOPLES GROUP OF NATIONAL BANKS
day after two months in 'exile. Hospital authorities returned
him to the Lucy Wright convalescent home in Opa-locka, his
COMBINED RESOURCES OF $$103,000,000.00:
original habitat . Thelma Johnson-McDonald Surprise
Birthday Party-ed her spouse.Asqulth last Saturday night in G MEMBERS, FEDERAL DEPOSIT INSURANCE CORPORATION, FEDERAL RESERVE SYSTEM
their home with a blast that rated ump-humph That's It :c;)
brother, from your one-man-newspaper who knows everybody 3
and everybody's racket, but who is allways giving some poor
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Smiles for Success! "Fabulous Footlighters"

President Eddie Schaffer (L) and his right-hand man / 2 Bands " i

Arthur N. Nardin (center) celebrate the record-break .
N0nw SNOWING
ing 7th Annual Benefit Iolf Tournament which col 2 Shows

lected over $50,000 for Variety Children' s Hospital.

Hnrlc Kofoed.of the Miami Herald was chairman. '4 ,t ,"
In the above photo(seen at right) is the famed singer,

Billy, 'Daniels who dropped in to join the fun at the tdie3 . aF

Footlighters' Victory Party, May 18th. Wotte'' ,


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and 29, at 8 p.m. each eveningare ' OPO csi
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& Gerry Mulligan, Booker T. IC Top Quality *
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WHY? Three letters that ask more questions than any person
can answer. Such as:
I4 4x WHY go to the moon? Far as I can see tain't nothing up there.
WHY are college students disrupting schools?
WHY are people holding up and killing small store owners?
WHY shoot their brothers and throw fire bombs?
WHY riot and destroy their own neighborhood?
WHY are parents more concerned about what their children do?
WHY do people let jobs and money go to their heads?
WHY can't people of all nationalities work and live together in
peace and harmony?
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WHY must the war go on in Viet Nam?
WHY is It that black people have to attain first class citizen-
.
'--- -- ----- when
born in
ship they were America?
Royal Poinciona Fiesta Queen and her Kathy Sharkey, Vicki Jay, Toni! Scavo, Donna Lef- WHY do I take the time to bring these WHYS to you? BecauseI

court pose with exotic crimson blossoms of the fingwell, Mary Young, Jen Anne Ludwitsen, Poin- care about all of. us.. .That's. ..WHY.. . . . .

Poinciana tree in preparation for their reign duringthe ciana i Queen Sharyn Lee Sudduth, Gene Hogan, PRETTY GIRL OF THE WEEK: Gwen Howard (Cep Recep-
annual fiesta celebration June 2-7. Members of Lady-in-Waiting Margaret Lowry, Vicki Norman and tionist)

the Court are (from left) Princesses Beverly Parks Linda Larson. Not,pictured is Patsy Wilson. PRETTY BOY OF THE WEEK: Sam Mathis
VIP OF THE WEEK: Gordon Johnson

I Royal Poinciana Queen To Be Crowned MOTHER OF THE WEEK: Diane Taylor
QUICK NOTE DEPARTMENT: Hope you are readingAdline ,I
Coronation of S h a r y n Lee 7:45 p.m. June 4 during a Caesar Sharyn, 21, Is a junior ma- ami, Patsy' Wilson of Miami Pontiphflet's most interesting and informative column in this I
I Sudduth as Queen of the Royal LaMonaca concert in Bay- joring In music a t the Uni- High, Jensic)Anne Ludwitsen paper each week . In mentioning the cooperation of radio
Poinciana Fiesta is set for front Park Bandshell. versity of Miami. She is the of Hialeah and Donna Leffing- stations in the quest for blood for Mr.Leroy Perry, last weeks, ;
.daughter of Mr. and Mrs. well of Miami Edison. we inadvertedly overlook WGBS who did a fabulous job in help-
Glenn Sudduth, 1668 SW 17 St., The queen and her court ing secure more than was needed.We thank them also . The
and will reign over the ninth were selected by school officials Executive Board of Directors of EOPIheld their meeting in the
Pall Mall annual Royal Poinciana Fiesta on the basis of academic building of the Concentrated Employment Program last week.
June 2-7 under sponsorship of achievements, school activi- It was nice to see so many fine people visiting the target area
the City of Miami Beautification ties and personal appearance.The of poverty to discuss their problems and see for themselvesthe
Committee. progress that is being made. The meeting was hosted by
100's.loner..yet Margaret of Barry girls will attend all fes- CEP Director Harold Oliver and Mrs. Marie Carl, executive
College is Lady-in-Waiting Lowry on tivities of thee e 1 eb rat i on, director of EOPI. Members of the CEP staff were hostesses -'
starting with a 1 luncheon
the Royal Poinciana Court. p.m. In "grand style". ,
Toni Scavo of Miami-Dade May 31 given in their honor Morris Lansburg,owner of the Rockamong many other
South and Mary Young of Mi- by the Beaut if icat ion Commit- fine hotels), who's eye for the "right thing" is what makes
milder.ro ( tee. The luncheon will be in the him the
ami-Dade North are slated to Howard Hughes of Miami Beach, is presenting in his
*I Hibiscus Room of the down- Cafe Pompei Room the Larry Steel Smart Affairs. This show
serve as special princesses.
Princesses named to rep- town Burdine's store. has a dozen beautiful black chorus girls and one of the high
... resent local senior high Other fiesta features are a lights is gold and gold with Sir Lionel Beckel. Comedy is done,
i schools in th$ Fiesta are dinner June 2, also at Bur- by two funny little guys known as the Strong Brothers. It is
Vickie .Norman or Coral dine's, open to the public with really good show . Had a letter from Chickie,"Madame
: Gables, Kathy Sharkey; Mk a $2 admission charge"*';an art Effle Throckbottom" Horne. New York will never be the same.,
f." ami Central, Vicki Jay of Mi- show in Burdine's sixth floor Cl\1ckie's doing fine, but homesick for Miami . Please
ami Beach, Gene (sic) Hogan auditorium June 2-13; and a have a safe and happy Memorial Day'weekend. Don't make,
of Miami Norland and Beverly second Poinciana Concert at it a memorial day for yourself . That is It for this week..
: w.:. Parks of Miami Jackson. 7:45 p.m. June 6, by, CaesarLa Till the next one,LIVE LIFE,EVERY GOLDEN MINUTE OF IT !
Monaca In Park PEACEI I
Also named as princessesare Bayfront
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944 NW 2nd AVE. MIAMI. FL01I3A Would you like to tour or review the sights of Key West.
Then remember June 1 and travel with others on a charteredbus.
Roundtrip fair $7. Check with Mr. Smiley of Buchanan,
Street or any member of Second Baptist Church. Don't miss I

AIR CONDITIONED. PHONE: 691-9945 this gala festivity.

?.: Attention Ladies Announcing The Richmond Heights Women's Club Invite you to attend
its' scholarship candidates meeting on June 1st at 4 p.m. at
Tot's Town, 14680 Bethune Drive. Four qualified seniors have:
4 CAMEO been recommended from their various schools as nominees,
t namely, Agartha Laing, Wilhelmena Brown, Dianne Sheddand
Gloria Williams Come out and enjoy a fine program, Sunday
BEAuTY Alma p. Keener, chairman of the scholarship committee.

Visiting with Mr. and Mrs. Chuck Williams of 14861 Polk
SALON Street is the mother of Mrs. Williams We hope your stay has
U.S. been enjoyable and will continue to be so as long as you stay
Government 8519 NW in our community.The .

figures show 22nd Ave. 5th grade closing exercises at Frank C. Martin Elem.
;: Pall Mall School will be held June 5 at 10 p.m. for grades 1 through 3.
f'' MenthollOO'slower FREE PRIZES Final fifth grade closing exercises, June Cat 9 a.m. for grade
4 parents and .
guests.Congratulations
in COME IN AND REGISTERFOR "For Elegant

"tar" than GRAND OPENING Ladies" are In order for Dr. Dorethea Merry, fifth
:' the best- f ht t-3 MONTHS HAIR STYLING2nd grade teacher at F. C. Martin. She has been promoted to assistant -
:' sellingmenthol 2 MONTHS HAIR STYLING3rd principal of Pine Villa Elem. School. We wish you I
: much
I, I MONTH HAIR STYLING4th success.

I. '"!,. king ((6) PRIZES OF A FREE HAIR STYLE On Saturday, June 7, at 2 p.m. the Bethel Baptist Church: 4

Gifts For EveryoneSun. will sponsor a carnival. Advance tickets may be purchased ,
': from Mrs. Weeting and other members at 11 for $1.

Pall Mall June 1st At 5 p.m. Senior High School will bold its third annual
Sarah Dawson & Edna Harrison Miami Killian \
awards assembly Thursday, May 29.
:: Owners 'it!
(Formerly of C.tt. Rosotte)
MenlhoI100 All class board elections will be held this week'at Klllian.
"Specialiing in all phase of hair styling" Your vote is needed, but remember to vote for the person who

.I .t"m''tI' ( Wigs, Manicuring, Permanents is qualified and can get the job done.
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J ,; cher, Friday as Northwesterners balled at the Junior-senior
8 prom. This year's theme was "World of Fantasy".
'Prom Doormen Unfair'At Chosen as cheerleaders for the 1969-70 school year are:

''p Audrey Royal, Beverly Semmons, Barbara Faison, Katrine

a certain prom last week, a number of couples were Mitchell, Stephanie Lynns, Dorothy Vail, Rosilyn Johnson,
turned around because they were not able to make the nine 'f Gloria Ham, Wanda Sheffield, Norman. Phillips. Alternatesare
o'clock deadline at the door. I was shocked to hear this, not Geneva Lynn and Patricia Pratt.
only because the couples were a few minutes late but I Just 9' 4 t The Journalism class welcomed Miss Linda K.Richardson,
couldn't see anyone being so cruel as to turn their own stu- .:, public relationist at Southern Bell Telephone Company and
dents away from an affair as important as their prom.I Mr. Grassel a still photographer for channel 6 in call for
have discussed this with some adults and of course they discussion 'Tuesday. The guest discussed school publication
went to the defense of the teachers on the door, making their photography and the field of public relations.
argument with the fact that we lack punctuality. I agree. But Congratulations to the following 69-70 majorettes: Angela
surely one can be considerate enough to think of what these Brinson, Denise Bethel, Emma Jordan, Susie Johnson, Eddis
students and their parents must go through simply preparingfor Timmons, Althea Fussel, Anthonette Turner, Marie Rozier.
an evening like,.this and when it's, the biggest evening of ); Alternates are Sylvia Marshall, Bernice: Lynes and Trudy
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the entire year.-' Austin.
Fact remains that the students were late and I'm not tryingto Juniors displayed their talent Wednesday night which was
evade the issue. However, I am stopping to think of some Junior Distinction night. Their class colors, navy blue and
possible difficulties one may,encounter on a night like this, beige were worn that day. The seniors will have ther special
or any night for that mattet;that could perhaps detain them for night Thursday, May 29 in Northwestern's auditorium.
an expected five or ten.tninntes.0bviously, this didn't occur
to the doormen last weekend( Whatever was running through
their blank minds, it wasn't any excuses they had come up with Sod sip tie Meek
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in the past which accounted for their being late to certain < Jackson
I events. Maybe now th'ey'are thinking.
Although I don't feel' that I'm wrong, I may very wefl'be. This week's soul sister is Terry Jones the daughterof I
But Fm looking ag itorm'.the'stand;, point of a student who Detective Robert Jones of 1830 Rutland St.Opa- Jottings
could have maybe had a flat tire, or a young girl who found Locka, Florida. Terry is a senior iMiami: Central

.gout that putting, the hair-piece! on wasn't as easy as anticipated High School and her hobbies are sewing, typing,cook- By AHNETTt\ WILLIAMS
or even a couple who were attending an affair at this ing, swimming and creative writing.Outstanding .
particular location for the first time and had difficulty findIng ll-
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it or parking.
I Two weeks ago, Miss Sharon Kelly submitted a letter to
There are so many reasons that we could think of why some-
Jackson Jottings inqurlng as to what the qualifications of a
one could have been late to their Junior-senior prom, bug so
StudentsTo After the letter I in touch with
few Debutante were. receiving got
that we could even imaging why someone would shut the
ioor in the faces of a young boy and girl, ruining in the biggest Mrs. Fannie Thurston, president of the sponsoring sorority.She .
HonoredIn told that she could not and would need
of Be me answer me a
evening the year or even maybe their lives.
copy of the letter and would have to consult her members at
WHERE THE PROMS ARE: search for a better lifetomorrow affair. According to him, it their next meeting which was the week of May 24. Sunday night,
The Bulls of Miami Northwestern celebrated this years through the de'vfelopment I once again called Mrsj Thurston and she replied.It was
prom at Bayfront Park Auditorium. The event whose theme, oi the fundamental the decision of the sororities'executive board that Miss Sharon
was "Psychedelic Fancy" took place last Friday night, Miy skills "$f communal living, I youngsters. Kelly referred to the wrong source and Instead of coming to
23. Talk has it, it was a swinging good time. schools This the project has come "
several community year Jackson Jottings, she should have ,to the sorority.
The Miami Jackson Generals will go form the Deauville along with their Community been expanded to include I explained,MrsThurston! that Sharon was writing In behalf -
(hotel of the stars) to' the very plush Fontainebleau this Friday Councils ar$ planning to honor youngsters from four schools. of other girls at MJHS and thought the best way to do it
night, May 30. fhe'lttenie-ls\ "These Precious Moments". their,>' outstanding participants Namely Booker T. Washington publicly was through Jackson Jottings. She stated Sharon has
Miami Beach's'Sa.i'ony'"Hotel will be this years setting when inari, honor's banquet June 6, Henry Filer, Ada Merritt to send a written request to the sorority in care of me if she
the Rockets of Miami Central go "Indian" in the Saturday at the University of Miami at and Primary 'C' Community wants to know the qualifications of a debutante."Delving further
night, May 31 prom., 6:30 p.m. in the student union Schools. I took the liberty of asking some of our debutantesat
The Coral, Gables; Cavaliers were at Bayfront May .16 building. A very challenging and inspiring MJHS whether they had to meet any specific requirementsbefore
when they crowned Vickie Norman and John Benited worn Some of the young people program has been they were notified that they had become Debs. Each reply -
king and queen. The theme was ("Childrens'Classic". who will be honored have excelled planned and will be conducted was a straight "no" answer.Being curious myself, I even
The Carol Clity Chiefs went for a "Walk in the Park" in leadership, citizen- by the youths and will be went as deep as to call Mr. Tom Washington and asked him
last Saturday night celebrating their prom at the Sheraton ship, sports, and character highlighted by the p r e s e n t a- if he knew of any qualifications the girls must meet. He said

,Beach. development. Others were tions of saving bonds, trophies "no" and went on to say, "I think if the organization is a private
The Red Raiders of
Miami Edison will hit Miami's newest
termed disruptive because of plaques, ribbons, certificates , closed operation, common people like myself should
and most luxurious hotel,. the exquisite Hilton Plaza tonight behavior and emotional problems and other honors. know whether we are to be banned or admitted Into It. The organization -
(Thursday). Hopefully, this Com- Alan A, Dworkls, a retired should have a complete activity similar to country
45 OF THE WEEK: "Black Pearl" by Sonny Chiles .munlty School Honor's Ban businessman and human clubs as every high school senior girl cannot compete or at
ALBUM OF THE WEEK: "Stand" by Sly and the Family quet will be used as a settingto dynamo, is the general chair- least know of definite qualifications. I told Miss Kelly what
Stones. ,,"} begin to change attitudesand man and is assisted by sev- the president had said and she said she would write to the sor-
I 4' develop positive self-con- eral community school direc- ority and give me the exact same letter she wrote. I wonder
Until later, do your own thins! cepts for all of the youngstersin tors and civic-minded citizens what the qualifications are'1f the president has to consult her
attendance.. sorority to find out.
Dr; Edward Whigham, superintendent .
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t Africans Motif Jewelry of the Dade County

I Introduced By AFRAM HouseA Board the main of,Public speaker Instructionand for the "BE A TEEN TURN-ON"'

first awards banquet last year,
line of men's and women's community."
was most impressed with the
\ costume Jewelry with anAfrl- In addition to being sold 12-week self-improvement
t can motif is being introduced through Afram catalog, the Black Drama programEVERY
by Afram House, an all-black Jewelry also is being offered
operated merchandise business . through leading department Benefits Human SATURDAY)) I P.M.

t 4 aimed at the nation's Negro , stores, gift shops and some of MAKE-UP ANALYSIS \. :FIGURE CORRECTION
market. the country's top retail chains. Relations CouncilThis PERSONALITY AND SOCIAL GRACES
Blanche Calloway, presi- "With all our Afram pro- Sunday's performanceof
dent of the Miami-based firm ducts," said Miss Calloway, "Raisin in the Sun" at the GIRLS }13 TOjjBl! ,
said the beautiful Jewelry was '"we have tried to emphasize Merry-Go-Round Theatre will CONDUCTED BY lOUIS& ILEY
especially designed forAmerica's not only quality and beauty but benefit the Miami Chapter of
22-million blacks. also the proud heritage of the Florida Council on Human FASHION MODEL ACTRESS

The gold and black Jewelry America's blacks.This jewel- Relations. June 7 thru August'r3': $1 week
'carries the name of Afram ry' was designed with you in The famous drama, on per
combining AfricanAmerican mind, and is something you can and
Broadway produced as a SCHOLARSHIPS ARRANGE
: ). be proud to wear." major motion picture several FOR DESERVING

fy, The Jewelry line includes years ago, deals with a Negro UNDER.PRIVILEDGED GIRLS
earrings, cigarette lighters, Class of '59 family's frustrated search fora
money cUps, key rings,charm better life. The local per- Registration !Mayl 31, 1 p.m.
bracelets, tie bars and pendants All members of the class of formance has received excel- ,
1959 are requested to meet lent reviews. I i At Norfhsic/e Auditorium

"The Jewelry", said Miss Saturday, May 31, at 8 p.m.at The Florida Council on Hu- \ I.,,,. 'J t1l
Calloway, a former show business the home of James Tucker, man Relations is a state-wide _I Jt ,;.i.\ i. 379-3581
for
personality herself,"de 2860 NW 185th St.,Carol City. organization seeking better T more information.Call/
picts the rich African background This meeting is very important understanding between all ethnic '14.i u
and culture of our peo- so please come and bring and racial groups. Co- : NORTHSIDE SHOPPING CENTER"the
ple. The items are modestly your donation. sponsors of the benefit are the
priced because we want to Remember that our reunionis First Unitarian Church of Miami CENTER of adi.i' ,,"
.make them readily availableto June 6, at 1 p.m. Miami and the Miami Toast- >
N.W. 27th Ave.. & 79th St.
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Applicants Souahl l For Teacher TraininG Program

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Applications are now being advantaged children in ele- have an undergraduate aver- in Spanish, are male,single
accepted for 24 interns in the mentary schools in Collier age of C plus or better, meet and have completed their military -
1969-71 Teacher Corps trainIng County. Interns will work at requirements for admission to obligations or are not sub-
program at the Universityof one school In Everglades City the UM Graduate School, be ject to the draft.
Miami, according to Dr. and three schools in Immo- willing to work long hours and Minority group members
Robert EHendricksprpgram kalee. have a car or other reliable are encouraged to apply.
director. Intern applicants must be means of transportation. Deadline for applications Is hi
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The two-year program, motivated toward a career in Preference will be given ap- July 1.Since. a'jtyt ,t j)1ii) : ; t'i aijt(:'
leading to a Master's degreeand teaching young underprivileged plicants who have previouslydone the program includesa
certification, will provide boys and girls, must service or volunteer new pre-service session at
training for college graduatesin have a college degree in an work, are willing to live in the the university, as well as in-
teaching educationally dis- are other than education, school community, are fluent service work bothatUMandinColUefCounty
,. interns must
be willing to change residences
I Summer High School Journalism Institute SetThe during the program the dis-
tance involved is some 150
miles.
second annual Summer each guidance counselor and
morning, Monday through ap- Those accepted will receivea
Journalism Institute for high Friday, for one-and-a-half- proved by the principal: tuition waiver and a stipendof
school students will be offered hour sessions. Applications to attend the '
$75 a week, plus $15 for
this summer by Miami- Using South Campus facilities institute should be made im- each dependent.
Dade Junior College, South students will be trained mediately, either through a Further information maybe
Campus. writing and editing for high school Journalism ad- obtained by contacting FrankE.
The six-week institute, to newspapers to prepare them visor or directly by the stu- Sheehan, associate direc-
begin June 18, will offer one for work on their high school dent to the Journalism Department : tor of the Teacher Corps, GULF OIL AID TO VOORHEES Or. John F.
college credit to qualified high Mia m i- Dade Jun-
papers. 1223 DickinsonDr.thlrdfloor Potts, President i of Voorhees College, Denmark,
school freshmen, sophomores Cost of the institute is $15, ior College South. Telephone
building 48)), telephone 284-
and Juniors. Credit earned In with enrollment limited to 30 274-1196. 5445. S. C., displays a check covering a $5,000 Capital
the institute will be"put in the students. Several full-free Grant to the school from the Gulf Oil Corporation.With .

bank" pending high school' scholarships provided by him is the presenter, Daniel G. Kean, Senior

rollment graduation at and Miami-Dade.subsequent en- Kiwanis Clubs are still avail How, To Study In College"Offered Public Relations Representative,Gulf. The gran t

Director of the Institute will able.To be eligible to enter the will assist Voorhees' $5 million oroaram of Pro-
be Betsy Poller, Miami Herald institute, a student must be Students gress, 'schedu led for completion in'1971, the school's

Columnist. Classes will meet recommended bY' his or herModel 75th anniversary, which I will include curriculum

Q College-bound students 'in by Dr. Robert F. Schwarz, development, faculty upgrading, salary increases ,
the Greater Miami area may dean of the Purdue University and construction of a new library, a fine arts building i
YsP enroll in a nationally recog- North Central Campus and and other bu IIdings.Saler.
nized "How to Study in Col- co-developer of the course.
lege" course being offered
Enrollment details may be
for the first time through the
obtained by contacting the
efforts of the University
cooperative YMCA office, 3735302. Open bva
of Miami's Divisionof
Continuing Education and only to high school graduates,. j jgre
the course fee Is $20.
the Young Men's Christian
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Association of Greater Miami. "We are happy that the au-
The,one-week; five-evening thors of the course have arranged l deal
lecture series""will be held at to have It presentedhere i
the university from July 21 ," said George Abbott, : i
through July 25. general director of the YMCAof ,
Developed by two Purdue Greater Miami and Dr. M. I II
University'professors,1twas Robert Allen, dean of the Divi- I
offered to more than'4,000 sion of Continuing Education ti

students' at YMCAs in, some .and director. -of Summer, . Ses-,
50 cities, last year in an effort sions at UM. ,
to' aid the student to make the In a Joint statement Mr.Ab- ( 4a"
transition,front high school to bott and Dr. Allen said the s 1
college. Topics covered Include YMCA and the university ar d
the art of listening,time ,combining their resources to
;ni i planning, basic study formula attack a real,'but often overlooked : '<
and the writing' of themes' and problem In education
reports. .- the college freshmandropout. -
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Addie ReportsOn Black Insurance Companies Sell $100 Million

Musical Arts

By ADLINE PQNTIPHFLET: During National Insurance WeekEarly


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And so it is when applied to be, I must first establish that reports of sales dur- dicate that the$90 million goal owned and operated life insur- elation may top the $100 million -
the introduction of our guest this is being done for the love ing the 35th annual observanceof in new business has been ex- ance companies comprisingthe mark.

I Performing Arts Society of one another and then know National Insurance Week inOddfellowsConvene- ceeded and that the 46 black National Insurance Asso- With the distribution of lable
member for this week Mr. Til
succeed because I am buttons and campaign material
Frank Pickling.
necessary". 'bearing the 1969 theme, "We
Bless you Frank. In SarasotaThe Always Cared," Insurance
r Next week, a duo of young personnel with home and
6 ladies, Misses Yolanda Cash .
and District Grand sessionof Edden presiding in the absenceof from Ft. Pierce was crowned branch offices located In Chi-

then,Regina please love McLarney. Until the Grand United Order of the District Grand Deputy, queen She reported $206. cago launched the annual event
one another
be happy. Odd Fellows Lodge No. 27A Mrs. Effie Russell. Total raised in the contestwas Saturday, May 10,by attending
This week and District Grand Householdof The opening program was $306. Operation Breadbasket in a
the studio wishesto
welcome Ruth No. 16 of Florida was held on Monday night 8:30 at Following the program, a group. There they are intro-
Miss Paula John- .
son held in Sarasota, Florida, May Bethel CMA Church lovely banquet was enjoyed by duced to the public and reprints -
daughter of Mrs. Bessie
of an article on black
NW 22nd and all.
St.
Maple Ave.
Johnson
living at 1051 56.The
NW
44th executive board meet- Rev. F. A. Stokes Is the pas- Tuesday morning at 9:30, insurance companies appear-
both Street. Paula will study Ing was called at 2:30p.m.: tor. A very nice program was the meeting was opened by the ing in the May issue of Ebony
piano and voice and
Mr. Monday with the District Grand rendered. hostess Household No. 3538. magazine were circulated.
La Pierre
tells me her first
voice lesson left him to believe Most Noble Governor, Mrs. Welcome by the ministerial The Most Noble Governor pre- In Louisiana Governor John
that she will no Edna Mapp presiding. Many alliance, the Sheriffs department -. sented the gavel to the District McKeithen ,issued an official
doubt
become things pertaining to the suc- city commission and Grand Most Noble Governor. proclamation declaring May
one of the better
voices in the studio. cess of the district grand others. At the end of this program The meeting was opened for 12-17 Insurance Week in
lations! Congratu- household was achieved.At we held our annual business.We Louisiana and Commissionerof
FRANK FICKLINGA The studio and 5:30 p.m. the annual tea queen contest. It was a success were very happy to have Insurance Dudley A. Gug-
Arts Performing' was held with Mrs. Hilda Mrs. Bessie Coleman greetings from six of our Odd lielmo sent official greetings.
few years ago,when Frank Hilda Society and welcome Misses Fellow brothers. This type activity is in
was only a young boy, his mo- Gwen Derrick, One of our juveniles, Cas- marked contrast to the first
ther Marguerite (she's Mrs. daughters' his' Eminence, Lou Lutour To Narrate sandra Nesbitt from Madison, National Insurance Week of I
Charles Hall) introducedher Archbishop N. A. Derrick, Fla. was awarded $150 towarda
1935 ,
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young man to the studio. here, in NW 50th Street, "Black Profiles Of Courage"New scholarship from the House by blacks chiefly as a, I
Miami. Both these
Wearing his best suit and hold of Ruth.
ladies have had death benefit, with little, if: I I
shoes a-gleaming, Frank entered of a great deal York's Lou LuTour, here in New York for con- After completing businessfor anything, left over for widows\ I
the studio both arms sional experience with profes- syndicated columnist FreeLance ferring honorary degrees upon the day, it was motionedand and children. That first campaign -1\I I I
bulging with all his favorite recording choruses in Broadcaster, is now those worthy of such throughher seconded that all elected produced $3.75 million: I
music-sheet songs. At first kind Cuba. May we .thank..all for preparing the series ,on her college alma mater. It so officers retain their officesfor of business. I :
sight, Frank seemed more the assistance. newest column "Black Profiles happens that Lou LuTour the next two years. :
professor than the pupil-in- of Courage". to be usedas now also releasing "Black The ne*District Grand session Today, black companies is-n :

the-making, but as It turned another segment of KXLW's"Gentry Profiles Courage' as a syndicated will be held in Dade Cityor sue policies 'competitive t I
out, Mr. La' Pierre tells me, Trotter Show" (St. column to the Negro Fort, Pierce in May 1970. with those issued bythegiants', ( !
this little boy knew not much Louis, Mo.,) heard every Sat- press in the United States Those attending the session in the industry. The savings;,'< I
than basic music infor- at 12 from Miami were Mesdames benefit of life Insurance is-'
more a urday noon. Already ra- along with a paper in Bermudathe :
mation which he had learnedin dio listeners in the Missouriarea ( Recorder) and magazinein Hilda Edden, Lee Hamilton, strongly emphasized and policies -
a previous experience. Andit enjoy her international'on London, England (the DID Lula IngramSarahJones. : tailored to fit special
was quite a drop of the smile the spot' interviews with Magazine); and it is not surprising Marie Pearson and Edna needs are also offered. by\

when he was told of the labor- such outstanding personalitiesas that her radio series Mapp, D.G.M.N.G. The men NIA companies have assets, '
ious road ahead, the ,many Ernest Kay, editor of Dictionary "Black Profiles of Courage" were: Brothers Harold Sandi- of more than $435 million and :
hours of repit1tious practicing of Black' American which will be a segment of lands and T. Bonlvy,D.D.G.M. insurance in force exceeding'
and the imposition of self-dis Biography and M. K..Gandhi, 'The Gentry Trotter Show' is Mrs. Edna Mapp isDGMNGand $2.5 billion Last year, total
cipline at its utmost i. especially noted Astrologer -. both of being considered for radio Mrs. M. Thompkins Is re- production during the five-day i

the practicing which London; Arthur Halot, director syndication also* *.. po r.te. campaign was $92 million
is paramount.. of International Biennal .41' 1 r'

Well it has all been fruitfulbecause of Poetry (Brussels, Bel- .

today Frank not only gium); Olwen Caradoc Evans
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favorite --- -- Councillor of North
those Conway
can play songs IN CASE YOU ARE
but can fill the hall with crash- TONDA WILLIAMS Wales; and numerous others
ing sounds, create beautiful whom she meets as she travels
chords, insinuate tremendous . and children too. around the world. For her new
crescendos and really give the "Camelot," scheduled for broadcast 'special' "Black
the highlight presentation of Profiles of Miss '
audience"its'money's ,Courage"
worth". (the Performing Arts Society's LuTour has already received WONDERING WHAT ?
"1969 Spring Concert", will "requested' material from
The last concert saw him D.
render to near perfection have eight to ten lovely studio Parke Gibson, author and pub
Liszt's famous Hungarian children In attendance. We've lic relations consultant, Hon.

Rhapsody No. 2, a composition selected seven sweet little Judge William Booth New HAPPENED W HIM ??
girls to be "flower girls"the in York's former'militant'
so technically taxing, one com-
Court of Guenevere and
normally requires all of one missioner ofhumanrlghts,
four page boys to assist in the
outspoken
year to make it presentable. Congresswoman
Court of King Arthur.
Frank did it in six months. In Shirley Cblsholm, "Fritz"
the forthcoming 1969 Spring ------ Pollard, the great man of He Is Still Selling

Concert", this young gentle- sports who has many 'firsts,'
man will enhance the mood of Patricia Harris,'Bayard Rus-

the affair with a contrasting tin, A. Philip Randolph,Julian

"Clair De Lune", composedby Bond, Atty. Solomon Baylor The Freshest Fish In "Town . '
Debussy, selection which who recently went to Court to .
I am almost certain is your have bis race listed as blackon

favorite.In a fit of enthusiasm, I was his Young marriage, Carmen license Murphy,Whitney -, : .If :You" Don't Like The Fish ;,'

curious to find out what a busy Mayor Carl Stokes of Cleve-

person like Frank was doing land, Mayor Walter Washington -

during his spare time. of Washington, D.C., Fred You've Been Getting-Come
"Sports" was my first for- O'Neal, 1st black president of
example and this was quickly Actors' EquityGeorgeSchuyler -
answered because he likes all Ralph Bunche, Lucille
sports. Hobbies didn't presenta .. McAlister Scott of the Atlanta Where You'll Be SatisfiedSIAFOOP
problem either because'hehas ', ..'.,j'I'T Daily World,Judge Jane Bolin,
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none. You might be impressed _' James Farmer, Way man R. F.
upon learning that KIM LOWE Grant-courageous educator of

Frank has a full time Job dur- Those of you, having heard Mobile, Ala., and BIshopG. L.
ing the evenings and is keep Miss Blanche Calloway's Pro- Brown who set a precedentMrs. I

ing up with his eleventh grade gress Report recently (Wed-

studies without any effort.His nesday, May 21))must remember -

natural'ability to learn instantly Miss Calloway interviewing Vera and Lewis Williams CfNIER57S91W
is his greatest asset miss Elizabeth Shoemaker and Miss Kim Lowe,
and of course that which makesit from our Properties Depart daughter of Mrs. Annette and
possible for him to carry ment. Miss Shoemaker is art Warren Lowe,all from Miami.
such a load. director for the society and Both these young ladies will 27th Ai
We are indeed very proudof said that she was presently wear special made gowns of
Frank, not only because he completing costumes for the pastels hues and lovely crisscross -
accepts and understands that page boys which included tunics waistbands of gold vel-

good things don't usually come berets with large ostrich vet ribbon with a large gold
easy, but especially that there feathers and banners (match tassel hanging in mid centre.
is always room for Improve- ing) held up on candy stripe Mrs. Ellen Cashman of Holly-
ment and one must make these sticks. For our flower girls, wood is both designer and
improvements.Upon she said they were working seamstress for these lovely STORE HOURS
the interview flower baskets of multi-color
closing girls.
MONDAY THRU THURSDAY 8:30 AM 7:30 PM
Frank left me with a quota- flowers. Matchingfloralheadbands -
tion that I feel will all do us will serve as headgear.May Next week, I shall presenta'few FRIDAY AND SATURDAY 8:30 AM 0:30: PM

good. Said he: "If I'm to do I present Miss Tonda more little angels fronv CLOSED ALL'DAY SUNDAY (SEE YOU IN CHURCH)

something, whatever it may Renee Williams, daughter of our production.


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stationed in Ettling,Germany.On Mrs. Clara B. Darby has, com S.W. 173rd Terrace, Perrine, St., Miami, has been assignedto
April 11 he was promotedfrom NW 47th Terrace at Lack has completed basic trainingat Maxwell AFB, Ala., after
Sp4 to Sp5, and he was pleted basic training been Lackland AFB, Texas. He completing Air Force basic
soldier of the month on April land AFB, Tex. He has has been assigned to Keesler training
AFB
..--' .....: ---., -- 48 for the 78th Engr. Bn. assigned Tex. for to training Sheppard in aircraft, AFB, Miss., for training in the The airman attended Mi-
-- administrative field. Airman ami Dade South College. His

SAN ANTONIO Airman SAN ANTONIO Airman GIRL SCOUTS AND BROWNIES. maintenance. Airman of Holy Brownis Rosary Harris is a graduate of Mays father, Charles H. Faust, resides

Larry D. Fullwood, brother of Artie Everett, son of Mr. and Brownies, juniors and senior a 1968 Institute graduate Lafayette, La. Senior High School, Goulds. at 1750 A NW 69thSt
Miss Marie Fullwood, 1026A Mrs. Isaac Everett of 5238 girl scouts of Dcora neighborhood ,
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NW 69th St., Miami, has completed NW 24th Court, Miami, has will participate in a
basic training at Lack completed basic training at mass change of level exercise SAN ANTONIO. Airman Miamian In Community Assistance

land AFB, Tex. He has been Lackland AFB, Tex. He Saturda at Miami Hugh Payne, grandson of Mrs. I
assigned toLowryAFB,Colo., has been assigned to Chanute Northwestern from 1 to4 p.m. Bessie Mackey of 334NW llth ProjectHoward
for training in the, field of AFB, Ill, for training in aircraft Parents and friends are invited St., Miami, has completedbasic
photography Airman Full- maintenance. Airman to witness this Inspirational training at Lackland Air Force Base, Lackland AFB, Texas,and arrived -
wood is a 1968 graduate of Everett is a 1968 graduate of bridging and! rededication AFB, Tex.He has been assign Canal Zone Airman First here in the U. S. Air

Peabody High School, East Miami Jackson High School. ceremony which has a ed to Chanute AFB, III, for Class Samuel Solomon, Jr., Force Southern Command
man, Ga. special meaning in scouting. training in the aircraft equipment 22, son of Mrs. Julia Solomon from Amarillo AFB administrative

Please make this affair a muston maintenance field. Airman 1824 NW 60th St., Miami, technical school in
Ave., Miami, has completed your list. Payne is a 1968 graduateof is currently participating in a April of last year.
specialized training at Elgin M. B. Bullard, chairman. Miami Jackson High School. five-week community assistance
AFB, Fla., prior to his assignment project in the commonwealth
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of Puerto Rico.
Sergeant Johnson, a food J. Marshall, son of
services specialist, attended flBronze Of The Serving as an administrative Mr. and Mrs. Willard Marshall

RED HORSE (Rapid Engineer Star specialist with the 605th 2195 NW 68th Lane,

Deployable, Heavy Operations Special Operations Squadronhere Miami, has completed basic
Repair Squadrons Engineering Sgt. McCoy distinguished Solomon is assisting the training at Lackland AFB.
) school at the USAF Tactical himself while serving as a 8th Special i Forces Group Tex. He has been assigned to

Air Warfare Center. squad! leader in the Reconna- (Airborne), 1st Special Chanute AFB. Ill, for train-
He will be assigned duty with issance Platoon of CompanyE Forces in operation "Black ing in the aircraft equipment,
the 557th Civil Engineering 1st Battalion, 502nd Infantry Iguana I." maintenance field. Air-
Squadron at OsanAB,Republicof during a combat operationin man Marshall is a 1968 gradu-
Korea. L Thura Thien Province, Re- The primary mission of the ate of Miami Northwestern
The sergeant is a graduateof 'M1! ri t 'baye E public of Vietnam. operation is to provide the Senior High School.
Miami Northwestern Senior commonwealth's police force,

VALPARAISO, Fla. -U.S. High School. his and national guard and reserve officers
Through
Air Force Sergeant honyK. Sergeant Johnson is married courage training corps with professional Army Specialist Cecil
I Johnson, son of Mrs. June to the former Ruby J.. Daw- 4 outstanding immeasurably leadershiphecontributed to training in their respective Nixon Jr., son of Mrs. Mary
fields. Medical teams Nixon of 2110 NW 63rd St.,Miami
Johnson of 5245 N.W. 26th son.
the success of an important from the unit are administering re-enlisted in the regular
mission, which resulted in the medical aid to isolated army on the third of March.

Let Us, Make Your kJ'' five enemy casualties and communities on the island. Specialist 4 Nixon was formerly
three weapons captured. Sgt.
trained as a teletypewriter
LATE INCOME TAX REPORTBRING Sgt. Tony McCoy has been McCoy's personal bravery and A 1966 graduate of BookerT. equipment repairman, and
awarded the Bronze Star devotion to duty were in keep Washington Senior High elected to rejoin the Army in
YOUR TAX LETTERS TO US! Medal with "V" Device for ing with the highest traditionsof : School, Miami. Solomon attended the same field. He is currently
THE TAYLORS heroism in ground combat the military service and reflect Miami Dade Junior assigned at Fort Gordon
against the hostile force in the great credit upon him College prior to entering the Georgia.
1080 NW 54th Street 757-4327 Republic of Vietnam on March self, his unit, and the United I Air Force in October 1967.
19, 1969. States Army. He completed basic traing at



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A. We have area councils dent, new to Miami,and fd like
in all the local black commu- to get involved with a com-

ANY QUESTIONS ? nities working togetherto make munity action program.Do you
some changes in the Code En- have any suggestions?
3]]3681
: forcement procedures that Mr. C. S.

would benefit everyone renting A. Try calling Bill Miles at

Iri ASK US URBAN LEAGUE apartments in the ghetto. Mr. 377-3681. He is the volunteer
Elvin Dean or Mr. James coordinator for citizens

This week we begin a new Jobs. But for your son, the Royal can tell you how to par- Corps an Urban League and
addition to the Urban League's best opportunity might be the ticipate with this group. Call Vista program whose major
"New Thrust" page. Each Urban LeagueLEAPprogram.LEAP Mr. Dean at 377-3681. Meanwhile emphasis is on placing col-
week we will answer questions trains young men to become call the Code Enforce- lege students with community
about the Urban League and apprentices In the build ment Department at 377-7145. agencies involved in ghetto activities -
also community concerns, including ing trades. These union trades They will send an inspector in housing education
housing education. have a lot to offer, including and then notify the landlordof health and welfare. A mini-
Jobs.health and welfare. high salaries and the chanceof needed repairs to meet code mum of four hours spare timea
If you have any questions you steady employment. LEAP enforcement standards. week is all that Is requiredto
would like to see answered by also helps the young men find Q. Fm a black college stu- participate.

this column call 377-3681 Jobs while they are taking ;
4 (MondayFridayfrom9a.m.. part in the trainee program. Auditions Held For "The Drunkard"Ruth .

to 5 p.m.),and ask for the"Ask Call Cal Jennings at 7585551for Foreman to revive her actor-singer); Ingenue (pretty
Us" editor.Q. more information about musical version of The Drunk- actress-singer) character actress -
i Does the Urban League LEAP. ard. Auditions will be held (old maid, singing op-
have a program for Jobs or Q. The landlord here keeps Sunday June 1, 2 p.m. at the tional) the colonel (M.C. . .
training? I have a son out of saying he will fix the place up. North Miami playhouse for the outgoing personality); Ophelia
high school next month. Mrs.T. Fm here six months or more following roles for experienced (young beautiful actress).
: F. and so tar nothing's been done actors:
A. Yes,. we have anemployment but one window.Somebody told I I f The villain (nonsingingrole Performers' should bring
counselor who assists me to call the Urban League. good speaking voice);the resume, and call the theatrefor
people with skills in locating Miss M. T. drunkard (leading man type confirmation of interview.

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the setting recently of the wed- with matching accessories. ," '. ,, , '\ ,
ding of Eddielene Gail Loweryand They carried baskets of pink ', tH ;

Ernest Brown. The brideis and white carnations. Ron -. .
the daughter of Mr.and Mrs. Craig Lewis served as ring <. .
Eddie Lee Lowery of 1260NW bearer. \
68th St. Mr.Brown is the son of Robert Brown was best man ;r "
Mr. Robert Brown and the late for his brother. Ushers were :

Mrs. Cleo Brown, 14741 SW Arthur Lindsley and James ,.... !d
Polk Street. Dr. T. C. Kelly Brown.Mr. ;' .

Jr. performed the 8:30 o'clock Willie Gilette was organist > :, '
ceremony. and Mr. Carl Mitchell '
soloist. Serving as hostesseswere
Given in marriage by her Mrs. Fred Days Miss '::" .:.. '
father, the bride wore a full- 'I' .
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gown Elvira Gary and Barbara Scott :') ') I ,
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skirt was appliqued with alen-
book. Mrs. Willie West and _
con lace. A lace and seed
Dorothy Habbison gifts.
pearled headpiece held her elbowlength -
Bridal fashions were by
double-tiered veil
Mrs. Alberta Stone.Immediately I
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following the
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chids. ceremony the bride's par-
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Erma Jean Lewis was maidof Bonded Collection Agency

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IN OUR CHURCHES:
St. Paul AME Trustees will be selling dinners in the annex, ',. "

Saturday, May 31, you may place your order today for your

dinner.All who missed the Youth Day program at Greater St. Paul 14W +'
last missed a good The 1'',.
AME on Sunday really program. :'
speeches made by Barbara Bain and Antoinette Silva were the /4jI ,...,.
greatest and will never be forgotten.IN ,


OUR SCHOOLS: / ; ,.,": .. .... .. ,.... "" '. ',! iI.l..!> ';.'1ilf.":"...
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Coral Gables three sport ( football, track, basketball) star Ji(! ,II, > "
Roger Peace received the "Athletic of the Year Award" at .M' r.1".i : f'.. ,.. .... "" a"ww+a. t
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the Herald's annual all-city banquet. if' .

IN OUR COMMUNITY: .
All graduating seniors (boys) who are not planning to go to ' 1co .
college but would like to have a good Job in the future, please . '
contact me at 448-7067. f

Travel Knits
Welcome home from college: Johnny Burl Williams from : i

Fort Valley State College. Suited To StripesUp
Mrs. Rosetta Jackson would like to thank neighbors and :i
friends who helped to make her recent illnessa pleasant one,
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if . off . end
away you go
in the many kind ways of thoughts and deeds shown to her during -
her illness. ,.I ,xt, with never a wardrobe worry . .
.' -: ". just take along this 2-pc acetate : .
Miss Margaret Hart,the daughter of Mrs. Sylvia Hart, has "
returned to Edward Water's College to work on her masters 'J knit by Gallant Fox. Red or navy .
'," ., with solid skirts. Left .' ,. ..: \. :
degree. Miss Hart is a physical education major. :: striped tops : > .: ,
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Mr. and Mrs.. Louis :Maxwell,the former Sandra Jacksonare buckled tie top with flippy gored '""

all smiles expecting their first born, July 30. Good luck! skirt. Misses' sizes 8-16.
Richmond Heights boys came back strong,Sunday in a football $13,1

game at the Tucker Park, the score was 18-16. The girlsdidn't ,
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:*.' , come in or call 373.1111 "
win (Geech). ,<% ; ,10 .
Miss Henrietta McCafee is here visiting her grandparentsfrom ,
California. Welcome to Miami Miss McCafee. '


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THE MIAMI TIMES. Friday, May 30. 1969 21

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I March June 1217Some E o NEIGHBORHOOD 0p Family "



12, 679 Dade seniorsare Baron Ellis, Sale Brian Lee SERVICES Q Health j
scheduled to receive diplomas Anderson MacArthur jj
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las none; Mays val. Gloria
ceremonies June 12-17. Williams, sale Joan Moss. Center :
All but one of the 19 high Miami Beach none; Miami OPA-LOCKA NEIGHBORHOOD CENTERThe

schools Douglas MacArthur Carol City val. Barbara J. Opa-locka Neighborhood Center's Senior Citizens Open _I
hold exercises at Dade -- -
will Sargeant, sal. Rosemarna House was held Sunday and was truly a tremendous success.
County or Miami Beach Au- Sepanik; Miami Central val. We were honored with the presence of the following guests: DIET RIGHT

ditoriums. The 30 seniors in Lois Mary Haag, sal. Richard Mesdames Elizabeth Curtis, Georgia Thomas, E. Schott, C.
MacArthur's grad- Instead of wishing for a slimmer you, try reducing. The
Douglas Joseph Pasch; Miami Coral Morley, Richard Love, Paul Kussner, Essie Silva and Genesta
formula is simple see physician eat lessand exercisemore.
uating class smallest in the : your ,
Park val. Nancy Vaughan, Sweeting, who deserves all of our congratulations for she was
will walk down the .
county sal Susan Nugent. the brain behind the total success of the Open House program.
aisle of Horace Mann Junior Miami Edison val. Debra Plan to lose no more than one to two pounds each week.
High School Auditorium at 8 Raskin, sal.Grace Bartle Mi- The Children at St. Philips COC will get a trip to the Sea- Rapid weight loss may leave you tired, irritable, and vulner-
p.m. on June 12 at the school's ami Jackson val. Kenneth; quarim in June, thanks to J. M. Fields Department Store. Mrs. able to disease. What is more, pounds that are shed quickly

third commencement.North Mayland, sal. Juan Manuel Del Irene Brown a teacher at St. Philips wrote them a letter ask- return Just as quickly. If you are more than ten pounds over-

Miami High will Aguila Miami Killian none ing them to sponsor the group of thirty. They responded witha weight, consult your physician before beginning to diet.
award diplomas to the largest Miami; Norland val. Randall; beautiful Yesl! The parent representatives attending the CALORIES DO COUNT. Calories are units of energy foundin

class, 1,135, at ceremoniesJune Phillips, sal. Michele Anita advisory board meeting on May 20, were Mrs.Charles Tynes, all foods. If the foods you eat contain more calories than
17 in Miami Beach Auditorium Storr Miami POalmetto val. and Mrs. Bertha Smith. The turn out was due to the efforts of your body uses in daily activity, the excess Is stored as fat.

Average class sizeis Patrick; Joseph Smith, -sal. Mrs. Betty Trice, our new social service assistant. To reduce, you'll have to reduce your calorie intake andor

667, median is 696. Karen Lee Casper Miami BROWNSVILLEOn exercise more. '
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People who consume more calories than they use even-
Most schools have namedthe Guilarte Wednesday morning at 10:00 the Senior Citizens held up
Senior val. Miguel ,
tually become overweight. The best diet plan takes more back
with the
highestand
students Miami their most important of the It was an honorary
sale Michael Grlshko; program year.
academic bone than wishbone. Eat more fish and poultry in the place of
second highest Springs, none; North Miami program in which the Brownsville Senior Citizens group received meat.
scores as valedictorian and va. Walter P, Toemmes, salt its' charter for membership in the National Councilof
salutatorian some will deliver Senior Citizens.Mr. When 'you are subtracting, calories don't subtract all the
; South Dade .
graduation addresses. Kristine S. Nagel; nutrients ,you need. Your body still needs the proteins, car
Miami Palmetto senior -' val. John, W, Campbell, salt Benny O'Berry, acting area director was questionedby bohydrates, fats, vitamins and minerals that are containedin

Patrick Joseph Smith tops the Vickie Jo Roy; Southwest Mr. Charlie Green about what could be done to annihilatea the basic food groups, such, as milk, meat, or meat sub-

field of valedictorians with a none. very pressing problem in his neighborhood. On the cornerof stitutes, fruit and vegetables,breads and cereals.
Ceremonies as follows: NW 51st Ter. and 22nd Ave., the public is contributing to Cut down on your' portion, but balance your diet. If your
4.7949 grade point
average. Coral Gables, Miami Beach the development of a dump-yard. One which will, if permittedto stomach cries for a larger amount of food, fill in the spaces
Debra Raskin, is Miami second Edison's Auditorium, June 16, 8 p.m.; completely develop, become a manifestation filth and, with low-calorie foods such as celery, radishes, and con-
valedictorian high-
Hialeah, Miami Beach Aud., thereafter, create a large influx of rodents and insects. Mr. sommes'.
est with 4.68.Graduation. June 14, 3 p.m.; MacArthur, O'Berry immediately Involved Mr. Sumner Hutcheson center
at all Fad diets are popular, but one can only retain interest in a
speakers will be Douglas Horace Mann Jr. manager, Mrs. Elouise Kennedy and Mr.George McDuffie,Jr., fad diet for a short while and the pounds will return quicker
but three ceremonies High Aud., June, 12-8 p.m.; community organizers, who are now organizing all concerned than they left. What about the diet your neighbor used? A diet
members of the graduating Mays, Dade County Aud. June families in Mr., Green's block to help them rid their neighborhood that is, helpful to your neighbor may be harmful to you.
class. Miami Herald colum- 16, 8 p.m.; Miami Beach, MIami of this problem.We .
Your health is much too precious to tamper with yourself,
nist Larry Thompson will ad- Beach Aud., June 15, 8
dress 450 Miami Central the staff are proud to announce the recent hiring of Mrs. so first of all see your physician.

graduates in Dade County Au- p.m.Miami Carol City, Miami Marie Grant as clerk receptionist, who has come to us for a Omitting breakfast is not the answer. This will only make
of one worker and you eat twice as much at lunch time.In .
Satur- period year as a neighborhood youth corp ,
ditorium at 2 p.m. on Beach Aud. June 14, 10 a.m.;
June 14. hopefully at the completion of that year will continue as an just a short while last year's clothes will pull on easier
day, Miami Central Dade
County EOPI employee. and your belt will not fit so tightly and a slimmer, more attractive -
That same day in Miami Auditorium June 14 2 .
p.m.;
you will be the main attraction at the summer beach
Beach Auditorium, Loran L. Miami Coral Park, Miami MAY DAY AT BROWNSVILLE parties.
Sheeley, Northwest District Beach Aud., June 17, 10 a.m.
100 million dollars
HEALTH HINT-Americans waste
an-
director of secondary schools, Miami Edison, Dade County On May 23the, tots of the COC exhibited themselves in
nually on phony reducing glmmics. Forget this nonsense and
will speak to 850 graduates of Aud., June 14, 8 p.m.; Miami their May Day festivities. '
stick to willpower. Remember: Weight control is a matter of
Miami Carol City High School.Dr. Jackson, Dade County A ud. The program commenced at 2 p.m. with the high stepping balancing food intake with activity output. i:4

Leonard M. Britton,associate June 17, 8 p.m. Marching Two's (two year olds) and their wild rhythm band. The Health Advisory Council,will hold its regular

superintendent for instruction Miami Killian, Dade County Immediately following and dressed in accordance with their meeting Tuesday, June 3 at the Brownsville Center, 2741 NW

is the speaker for Aud., June 15, 2 p.m.; Miami theme were the three year olds and a portrayal of the exercising 49th St., at 7:30 p.m. ,

Douglas MacArthur. Norland, Miami Beach Aud. scarecrows. The four year olds were hunting for scalpsas We are now undertaking projects In keeping with the com-
Valedictorians and saluta- June 16, 2 p.m.; Miami North- they demonstrated the'rhythm of The Red Man. At the peakof prehensive health theory which is dealing with the health related -
torians are: Coral Gables Val western, Miami Beach, June
the program one group of five year olds pointed out their problems of the community.
Karen Stewart, Sal. Andrew 18, 8 p.m.; Miami Palmetto, alertness and acute sense of direction by performing a square Family Health Center patients and concerned persons are

Schreer;.Hialeah Val.Arthur Dade County Auditorium,June dance to the tune of Swing Your DarlingSweet. Another groupof eligible for membership and invited to attend.At this meetingwe
13, 2 p.m.; Miami Senior, tot's fashion fair will vote Health Constitution
fives enhanced the program by giving a on the Family AdvisoryCouncil's
s Dade County Aud., June 13, which expressed I: the many ideals of dress that's obvious and By-laws.

8 p.m. even in the very young generation. The program was climaxed -
Get Miami Springs Miami by the plattingof the May pole also done by five yearn.
Beach Aud., June 17, 3 p.m.; 1 Classes Now Open:
North Miami, Miami Beach olds.We
'Y DOUBLE ACTION Aud., June 17, 3 p.m.; South would like to thank the parents for their cooperationand , I THE LOUISE RILEY

IC0L0RS GMY K JRdUO( Dade, County Aud. June 12, assistance during May week, and special thanks to Mrs. FINISHING& MODELING

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Greene, planning chairman, as he met with 300 Negro housing figures from all

parts of the country in Washington Friday. The conference was sponsored by

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Churches OK, But Help Solve Social Problem AlsoST.


LOUIS, Mo. One of and fresh new functional designs see some church sending great
the nation's most distinguished I see everywhere, Including teams of members to help in

black newspaper publishers my own St. Louis,then day nurseries, sponsor tutor-
has recommended to the they must also approach the ial programs and other mean
0 top religious architects In the Issues of social justice with ingful efforts, but I am much TALLAHASSEE -, Lester Kemp, a business administration major from

r United States that they spendas the same boldness and imagination more excited when I see such Tallahassee, and I Isiah Lee, a political science major from New Orleans, La.,

much imagination and effort ," he said. churches place deposits in seated at left, get fill-in on Firestone Rubber Co. from D. W. Talmon, Fire-
In helping to solve the nation's Mr. Woods suggested that black banks and other finan
stone Personnel and Willie Fort
Department, right foreground. Fort I is
a
social problems as they do In part of He answer will haveto cial, institutions," he said.
designing bold new churches. Involve financial power for Mr. Woods was the keynote graduate of Florida A&M University and is manager of a Firestone store in

Howard B. Woods, editor black people."I speaker for the week-long: Miami.. The meeting was part of the two day Career Opportunities Conferenceon

and publisher of the St. Louis for one, applaud when I conference. the FAMU campus. Standing is J.. M. Haskell of Firestone.

Sentinel, told some 400 church

architects, theologians, and
builders meeting here for the Steady Employment In DadeThe I
30t h National Conference of Cost Of Education At FAMU

the Guild for Religious Architecture The sharp decline in con continued high employ I

".. that new answers are. struction, due to the labor ment level in manufacturing, Goina Up
needed for the problems of management disputes, did not transportation, communications '
social justice with the same hinder the employmentlevel and utilities and -
steady ,public TALLAHASSEE- The cost dents and their parents went
boldness and imagination,"he of Dade L. trade offset the construction Colleges and Universitiesmade
,Harry Tyson, of getting an education at out to all parents and studentsto
social Justice and equality.. Area The total for the 1968-69 school
Supervisor decline.
Metropolitan nonagricultural -
Florida A&M University is get their reaction before
"If our houses of worshipcan Florida State Employ- wage and salary for by the Association's Office of
final action
going up. Effective with the was taken. It
dace present the exciting ment Service announced today. April, 1969, was estimated at Information and Research.
summer quarter which begins seems as though they meet the
which 1.3 "We are aware of the fact
_. 454,800 was percent June 12 the fees for food ser- wholehearted approval of both that it effect our enroll-
--' ""' above the reached in may
f-- : .'! fJ' :: 448,900 students "
: vices, dormitory housing and and parent.
ment for the
coming year/
I :, ;{;.:..,'<;' April, 1968. laundry services will be In- Under the new plan students lie added. "But
'; An note for right now we
encou raging
1 ''' ,, will go up In September. eating in the University
:: A1i factory workers is Increasing A spokesman for the FAMU
Durable Rev. M. G. Miles, dean of Commons. They may purchase office of admissions and rec-
f annually. advanced goods by 3.8 manufacturing students at FAMU, said there a meal book for $52.00 per ords said the applications for

centand nondurable goods per- are several factors that caused month, buy meal tickets to be the fall quarter have been
i the need for an increase in used at each meal, or pur- about the numbers in
producers were to 4.1 same as
up per
w student chase
their
fees. meals on a pay as
cent. The largest over the previous years.A .
Last August the State of you go basis. Coupons may be from the FAMU
in metal fabricating survey
gain was
year
Florida raised the minimum used either full
This industry on a or part financial aid office shows that
producers.
salary of the lowest paid employee time basis.
24.1 of the students enrolledat
at workers
8,500
group, to $3125 said Students desirous of
per year, having FAMU during the 1968-69
was 13.3 percent.
up Miles. February 1st of last their laundry done in the uni school from fami-
Total including year came
unemployment,
Cuban refugees was year the Federal Minimum versity's laundry will pay $20 lies with income below $3000.
Wage rose from$1.25 per hour per quarter -- $60 per school
Sixty-five percent of the total
estimated at 15,200 in April
to $1.40 and on February 1 of year. This is an increase of student
enrollment of 3956
1969 and
2.7
comprised per
this year it rose to $1.80 per $18 or 15.1 per cent a year
...sI' cent of the estimated work needed financial help of some
hour. last
over year. City students
force total of 558,800. nature to remain in school.
"r"' In order to bring salariesand may also have their laundry The slight drop in enrollment
the cost hour in line done on but
per campus, campus
during the third quarter is
with State and Federal laws, students will have priority.The .
RANDOLPH KINDERGARTENJust said to be caused by a lack of
we had to increase salariesand dormitory rates were funds.
retirement of the three raised from $80 to $90 per
a reminder, the prom The new rates were approved -
auxiliares of housing food quarter, an increase of 25.2 .
will be June 6, at 7:30 p.m. In recently by the Florida
and laundry. Some employees per cent over last Air-
the school cafeteria, Poln- year. Board of Regents. The Re-
received substantial raises. conditioned dorms are $10
ciana Park Elementary, 6745 gents also approved earlierthe
_. ., NW 23rd Ave. The recommendations for higher per quarter. raising of registration fees

BLACK ARTIST DESIGNS RANDOLPH AWARD. The graduation exercise the the increased rates were made Miles said a study of the at FAMU from $115 to $150,
by DirectAction
will be held June 11,St.James university's rates of colleges similar to putting it on an equal basis
HANDS ACROSS the film are not only a sym- Church, 1845 NW 65th St.,7:30 Council Committee com FAMU revealed that the rates with the registration fees of

block black and white, but also those of (at right) p.m. the picnic June 12,at Virginia posed of both'students and fac- are about equal and in some the 'other state universities.The .

A. Phillip Randolph, noted labor leader, and Theo Key Beach. ulty members members.were The appointed committee by instances lower. The study other universities were
was taken from a of from $125.These .
survey
dore W. Kheel, president of the American Foundation FAMU President Benjamin L.
member institutions of the rates into
effectin
'I k on Automation and Employment. They hold an Perry Jr. Student members of American Association of State September. go
artist's rendering of the award to be presented to ALL FORT VALLEY the committee were recommended

the winning films entered the Job Film Fair, the STATE COLLEGE to the president by
Alga Hope, president of the
first international film festival on jobs, job trainingand GRADUATES Student Government Association

the ghetto. The festival will be held at the Please complete this form at the time. EBONY CIVIC/ CLUBWill

Hotel Americana on May 21 and 22 under the foun and mail to: Miles went on to say, "The give away a

dation's sponsorship. Over 250 films i I have been HENRY THOMPSON compulsory purchasing of Round For Two
meal books for students livingon Trip
submitted in the competition, including entries 14815 S. W. 107th Avenue campus will be dropped
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from Puerto Rico, Great Britain and Canada. The Miami, Florida 33158 effective June 12. Student TO JAMAICA

,i A. Philip Randolph Award design, with a strip of Name----___________ morale and welfare are areas SUNDAY, JUNE 1, 1969 8:30 p.m.
; film running through hands into a symbolic "fac- which cause student unrest on ATHE AUDITORIUM
. EBONY
Add
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tory," was executed by Romare Bearden, a Negro ( Benevolent Hall)
strongly resented by the stu- 4343 NW 17th Avenue
the Clfy---------------
, artist whose works have recently appeared on dents of today.
Phone-------------- Donation 1.00 "
f, covers of the New York Times Magazine, Time "An explanation of the proposed $
Winner need
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I School' Board Plans' Action On Palmetto' High Recommendations I


School Board Superintendent E. L. Whigham has initiated action on rec- School. Following is the text of a memorandum sent by Whigham, Miss Betty

'I ommendations made by the fact-finding committee established by the Greater Gilkey, District Superintendent South District, and Palmetto Principal Robert I

Miami Coalition to inquire into the recent disturbance Palmetto Senior High Maloney..

On pages 2-7 of the report, the fact-finding committee pre- basis. At the end of this school year the use of these busses It is now authorized staffing policy to provide additional
sents sixteen recommendations. The steps listed below are will be evaluated and plans for future use of activities busses administrative assistance in secondary schools which have a
taken In reference to
being those recommendations will be determined on the results of that evaluation. significant amount of pupil Integration. In line with that policy,
((1) PERSONNEL TRAINING (c) Since the opportunity already exists for students to organize the principal will fill this position with a qualified black ad-
Palmetto Senior High School will operate a summer session new clubs provided that acceptable charters, statementsof ministrator to.whom both black and white students can relate.
and summer teachers will spend a portion of their time in In- purpose, and by-laws are drawn and a faculty sponsor Is (14) BLACK TEACHERS
service training. Some of these sessions will be devotedto available, the student activities director will be instructed to Every effort will be made to increase the number of black
training In the area of human relations with an emphasison give serious consideration to all requests which meet the teachers at Palmetto Senior High School next year.
the particular needs of Palmetto Senior high school. The established criteria. ((15) Problems at the Faculty Level at Palmetto Senior High
number of teachers employed during the summer is limited (8)) STUDENT HANDBOOKA SchoolAs
and the possibility of establishing seminars for all palmetto student handbook will be prepared and distributed to all the result of an inquiry conducted by the administrationof
teachers prior to the opening of school In September may not students in preparation for the 1969-70 school year. the school system, two staff members have been transferred -
be feasible. However, the program will be examined and ways ((9)) School Examinations During SuspensionsThe from Palmetto Senior High School. In accordance with
will be sought to accomplish further training before the open- policy which permits suspended students to return to statutory provisions, the notice transfer of these teachers is
Ing of school in September. campus during suspension to take six-week examinations or Included in the agenda for the May 21 meeting of the Board of
((2) CONSULTANTSThe final examinations will be printed In the handbook which' will Public Instruction. The administration is continuing review
use of consultants at the local school level is desirable. be distributed to all students. the activities of staff members; and if it is found to be to the
It is the Intent of the administration to place a sum of money (10)) Evaluation of Performance of School PersonnelThe best interests of the Palmetto Senior High School, additional
In the district budget which may be allocated to schools suchas Superintendent of Schools will direct principals and dis- transfers will be effected.
Palmetto to employ consultants to work on the particular trict personnel to consider the following In evaluating staff ((16)) PURCHASING
needs of an Individual school. performance: the performance of the staff member in estab- Turing the 1968-69 school year, the purchasing department
Those schools which are considered feeder schools to Pal- lishing sound racial relationships and in Improving human of the school system processed book orders in the amount of "'/.
metto Senior High School will be offered the opportunity to relations in the school. $626,285. This volume did cause delays in processing and delivery -
employ consultants during the summer sessions and duringthe (11) Involvement of Parents and Teachers in School Activities by vendors and every effort will be exerted to decreasethe
1969-70 school year. The bi-racial committee of parents to be established throughthe time between the placing of book orders the school level
((3)) SPECIAL ORIENTATION FOR STUDENTS auspices of the Parent-Teacher Association will be asked and delivery.
Students who will be entering Palmetto Senior High Schoolas to give high priority to the encouragement of the black com- SUMMARY COMMENTSThe
sophomores In September of 1969 will be offered an oppor- munity to participate in parent meetings and to attend school report of the tact-finding committee notes that its reporthas
tunity to attend an orientation session at the high school one functions. system-wide relevancy.The report,along with statements
afternoon a week during the summer school session.This will ((12)) APPEALS PROCEDURESThe from other sources, indicate that the Board of Public Instruc-
provide six one-half day orientation sessions. Between now administrative channels of the school system providean tion and the school administration need to take a broad look at
and the end of this school year a committee composed of stu- appeals procedure which flows from the principal to the school integration and racial relations in the schools. The
dents and faculty members will meet to develop the content district superintendent to the county school administration. Board and the administration will want to consider carefully
and organization of the orientation program for this summer It may be necessary for each district to establish a committeeto the proper means for making this comprehensive review ofpast
and during the next school year review requests for appeals and make recommendationsfor programs and the determination of future programs and
(4)) HUMAN RELATIONS COMMITTEE action. The committee might be composed district superintendent policies.The .
Although the Palmetto Human Relations Committee has made two principals, and a representative of the Super committee report also notes that the cooperation of stu-
a significant contribution to the school in helping to break down intendent's office. Under this procedure any group or indi- dents, staff, parents, employee organizations,and the com
racial barriers, recent developments seem to indicate that vidual who wishes to appeal a decision made by a principal munity at large is essential to the satisfactory resolution of
this committee should be dissolved. The principal will notify would be required to put their requests in writing, outliningthe racial tensions at Palmetto and the continued building of edu-,
the chairman and members of the committee mat the committee problem and requesting that they be allowed to appeal to cational programs of quality at the school. By this memoran-
in its present form will cease to function for the remainder higher authority. This committee would decide whether or not dum and other appropriate means, the school administration
of this school year. the appeal should be heard and would respond to the requestin calls upon all concerned to enter into this endeavor in a spiritof
During the summer a bi-racial committee of teachers and: writing. cooperation to fulfill our obligation to the children and
students will be formed to make recommendations to the principal The Administrative Cabinet willconsider this matter/urther. youth of Dade County.
concerning the formation of a committee to assist in (13)) Black Assistant Principal
eliminating racial barriers. This committee will also recommend THANK YOUI
guidelines to be followed during the 1969-70 school year. wish to thank my many
At this time it is the opinion of the administration that the friends who have been so kind r'ti rr In tune with
committee should consist of teachers and students, with no Involvement .to me while I was confined to Keep
of parents on this school committee. Jackson Memorial Hospitaland
It is suggested that parents consider forming a bi-racial during my convalesing
committee of their own to establish better communicationswith days at home. May God bless the Times
the adult groups in the community. The Parent-Teacher you all. :; : ; ........,....
Association will be asked to take the initiative in organizinga ; \
Mrs. Ethel T. Johnson ''
bi-racial committee of parents. Plans for the operation of "t1 1 'o\I"\.'
this parent-Teacher Association committee should be made I
during the summer months in order that it may become imme-
diately effective upon the opening of school for the 1969-70 .;l' rc '
school year. ERSONmivisio /

(5) COUNSELORSAn 1 ir.N eoa,.... .,. .
additional counselor will be allocated Palmetto Senior ..).L.4 ,MF T uht i
High School to assist tenth-grade students. A Black counselorhas r ; ,.
p rM I L '
bee n employed as part of the regular allotment for the ,i + y. rr/t '.fI Y
1969-70 school year. ={.X, '! 1r ) t ;' :' K t i, ',prt+,.rrtrM 1rJ}t y ti7i /, 'r{ ,.f' }r ,
The principal and district superintendent will study furtherthe fly' (,rti.rarr}: t !lii i .. :r recommendation of the committee for black counselors at k' I .w: _r"M:t "A:. r r. 1i
other grade levels and the best means for extending the ser- !. t{ i,Sj(t:ylt,, 41 turQh.irt' ." .4 .r (f' r4fbr 1
r
vices at those grade levels. V8MODEL ):

((6) CURRICULUMa 4, r tIi.t
( ) The basic social studies and humanities courses are Y' i
being restructured to include in their content material related 1
to the contributions which the black man has made to our y..
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society. / 'r
(b) During the second semester of this school year, twelve
teachers have been working full-time in the Division of Edu-
cational Planning and Services to develop course outlines and Iv1 ;
';
units of work for a Black History-Culture course to be offer- 11P50A WITH !t'

ed as an elective at the senior high school level during the PRIVATE LISTENING : ; ;
1969-70 school year. Approximately thirty-five teachers will ,
attend a six-weeks training course this summer to prepare EARPHONE ; i: 3 +'i .n,,.
.
them for the presentation of this material students.. Teach-
ers enrolled in this course will be both black and white, and it $5.00 '
is not possible at this time to indicate who will be assigned to V- -->>r $ r ? ;),; ,

teach this course at Palmetto. Requiring the assignment of -
black teachers for black courses is not consistent with the DOWNCall 112 .5 ;

obligation of this school system to comply with the Civil

Rights Act. i Miami Times that is
(c) The curriculum will be reviewed to insure sufficient 751-5629 N
Industrial Arts courses for all students wishing to enroll I ,.
within the limitations of available space.A NO CREDIT \' '
work-study unit will be added to the program at Palmetto REQUIREDALSO Only $5.00 a year : :
\
Senior High next year. The work-study program is dependenton
state funds for support and the number of positions avail
DELIVERED BY MAIL TO YOUR HOME EVERY FRIDAY
able is limited bf these funds. A request for additional work
study units has been forwarded to the State Department of : MAIL COUPON BELOW
Education and if the request is granted, the county programwill FURNITURE

be increased to a significant degree. There is need for ............t.......r..rr.............................................................nvrrrrrrrv+.O.............,................---
additional programs of thisnature in many senior high schools APPLIANCES ;i :.
+ and Palmetto will receive its proportionate share of any in- STEREOS MIAMI' TIMES, 6530 NW 15th AVE., MIAMI, FLA. 33147 :

crease.(7) SERVICE CLUBSa I'' I Enclosed, please find $5.00 for one year's subscription.Name .

( ) A new student activities director will be appointed for :
WELLS
Palmetto S e n i o r High School and be w i 11 be Instructed to W.T.
see that all notices of student activities are posted in a promi- I COMPANY Address ,
nent place. These notices will include the date, time, and I
City.
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parts of the country in Washington Friday. The
the NAACP.



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ST. LOUIS, Mo. One of and fresh new functional designs -
the nation's most distinguished I see everywhere, Including -
black newspaper publishers my own St.Louis,then
has recommended to the they must also approach the
top religious architects in the issues of social justice with TALLAHASSEE -, Lester Kemp, a business administration major from
r United States that they spendas the same boldness and' imagi- and I Isiah Lee, a political science major from New Orleans, La.,
much imagination and effort nation," he said. at left, get fill-in on Firestone Rubber Co. from D. W. Talmon, Fire-
e in helping to solve the nation's Mr. Woods suggested that :
Personnel Department, and Willie Fort, right foreground. Fort is a
social problems as they do in part of He answer will haveto
designing bold new churches. Involve financial power for of Florida A&M University and is manager of a Firestone store in

Howard B. Woods, editor black people The meeting was part of the two-day Career Opportunities Conference
and publisher of the St. Louis "I, for one, applaud when I the FAMU campus. Standing is J.. M_ Haskell of Firestone.
Sentinel, told some 400 church
architects, theologians, and

builders 30t h National meeting Conference here for the of Steady Cost Of Education At fAMU

the Guild for Religious Archi- The sharp decline in con-
,. tecture that new answers are' struction, due to the labor
Going Up
needed for the problems of management disputes, did not
social Justice with the same hinder the steady employmentlevel --------------Phone.
The cost dents and theJi"JW'enti went
boldness and Imagination "he of Dade Tyson Colleges and Universitiesmade
,
,Harry L. ,
getting an education at out to all parents and studentsto for the 1968-69 school
social Justice and equality. Area
Metropolitan Supervisor -
A&M University is get their reaction before
by the Association's Office of
"If our houses of worshipcan Florida State Employ-
up. Effective with the final action was taken. It
Information and Research.
dace present the exciting ment Service announced today.
quarter which begins seems as though they meet the "We are aware of the fact
12 the fees for food wholehearted approval of both
... ser- that it may effect our enroll-
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I r.1o<1, . . .. "t .' v i'I dormitory housing, and students and parent. ment for the coming year,'
t .i'.i'I
I ,t: %" ) ; ,, Under the students
-, ." : ... iJi J;. ,.. '. services will be in- new plan he added. "But right now we
: will
have three
alternativesfor
w '. ,". '; .J a sed. Registration fees can only wait and .
'.fI;," '" I J go up in September. eating in the UniversityCom A spokesman for the FAMU
JI M. G. Miles, dean of llODS They may purchase office of admissions and rec-
I at FAMU, said there a meal book for $52.00 per ords said the applications for
several factors that caus- month, buy meal tickets to be the fall quarter have been
need for an increase in used at each meal I, or purchase about the same numbers as In
fees their meals on a pay as previous years.A .
August the State of you go basis. Coupons may be survey from the FAMU
raised the minimum used either on a full, or part financial aid office shows that
of the lowest paid em- time basis. 24,1 of the students enrolledat
to $3125 per year,said Students desirous of having FAMU during the 1968-69
February 1st of last their laundry done In the uni- school year came from families
the Federal Minimum versity's laundry will pay $20 with income below $3000.
>e rose from$1.25 per hour per quarter -- $60 per school Sixty-five percent of the total
$1.40 and on February 1 of year. This is an Increase of student enrollment of 3956
year it rose to $1.80 per $18 or 15.1 per cent a year needed financial help of some
over last year. City students nature to remain in school.
order to bring salaries may also have their laundry The slight drop in enrollment
the cost per hour in line done on campus, but campus during the third quarter Is
State and Federal laws, students will have priority.The .
said to be caused by a lack of
had to Increase salaries dormitory rates were funds.
retirement of the three raised from $80 to $90 per The new rates were approved -
of housing, food quarter, an increase of 25,2 recently by the Florida '
vw laundry. Some employees per cent over last year. Air- Board of Regents. The Re-
: substantial conditioned dorms
raises. are $10
I gents also approved earlierthe
.. ., recommendations for higher per quarter. raising of registration

BLACK ARTIST DESIGNS RANDOLPH ,A WARD.. the Increased rates DirectAc-were made Miles said a study of the at FAMU from $115 to $150,
university's
rates of colleges similar to putting It on an equal basis
HANDS ACROSS the film are not only a sym- Council Committee' com- FAMU revealed that the rates with the registration fees of
block black and white, but also those of (at right) of both students and fac- are about equal and in some the 'other state universities
members. committee
A. Phillip Randolph, noted labor leader, and Theo. ; Instances lower. The study The other universities were
were appointed by
was taken from a survey of from $125.These .
dore W.. Kheel, president of the American Foundation President Benjamin L.
member institutions of the rates into effectin
go
Automation and hold Jr. Student members
on Employment. They an of American Association of State September.
artist's rendering of the award to be presented to committee were recom-

the winning films entered the Job Film Fair, the I to the president by
Hope, president of the
first international film festival on jobs, job trainingand Government Associa-
the ghetto. The festival will be held at the at the time. EBONY CIVIC CLUB

Hotel Americana on May 21 and 22 under the foun- went on to say, "The Will give away aRound

dation's sponsorship. Over 250 films I have been mpuls books or for y students purchasing living of Trip; For Two

submitted in the competition, including entries campus will be dropped,
from Puerto Rico, Great Britain and Canada. TheA. June 12, Student TO JAMAICA

Philip Randolph Award design, with a strip of and welfare are areas SUNDAY, JUNE 1, 1969 8:30 p.m.

film running through hands into a symbolic "fac cause student unrest on ATHE EBONY AUDITORIUM
torwas" executed by Romare Bearden, a Negro Compulsion is (Formerly Police Benevolent Hall)
resented by the stu- 4343 NW 17th Avenue
artist whose works have recently appeared on the of today.

covers of the New York Times I Magazine, Time "An explanation of the pro- Donation $1.00 "
} t Magazine and Fortune Magazine.. posed Increases by the stu- Winner need not be present

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I School' Board Plans' Action On Palmetto' High RecommendationsSchool I


: Board Superintendent E. L. Whigham has initiated action on rec- School. Following is the text of a memorandum sent by Whigham, Miss Betty

:1 ommendations made by the fact-finding committee established by the Greater Gilkey, District Superintendent South District, and Palmetto Principal Robert I

Miami Coalition to inquire into the recent disturbance at Palmetto Senior Hiah Maloney.-

On pages 2-7 of the report, the fact-finding committee pre- basis. At the end of this school year the use of these busses It is now authorized staffing policy to provide additional
sents sixteen recommendations. The steps listed below are will be evaluated and plans for future use of activities busses administrative assistance in secondary schools which have a
being taken in reference to those recommendations: will be determined on the results of that evaluation. significant amount of pupil integration.In line with that policy,
((1)) PERSONNEL TRAINING (c) Since the opportunity already exists for students to organize the principal will fill this position with a qualified black ad-
palmetto Senior High School will operate a summer session new clubs provided that acceptable charters,statementsof ministrator to whom both black and white students can relate.
and summer teachers will spend a portion of their time in in- purpose, and by-laws are drawn and a faculty sponsor is ((14) BLACK TEACHERS
service training Some of these sessions will be devotedto available, the student activities director will be instructed to Every effort will be made to increase the number of black
training in the area of human relations with an emphasison give serious consideration to all requests which meet the teachers at Palmetto Senior High School next year.
the particular needs of palmetto Senior high school. The established criteria. ((15) Problems at the Faculty Level at Palmetto Senior High
number of teachers employed during the summer is limited (8) STUDENT HANDBOOKA SchoolAs
and the possibility of establishing seminars for all Palmetto student handbook will be prepared and distributed to all the result of an inquiry conducted by the administrationof
teachers prior to the opening of school in September may not students in preparation for the 1969-70 school year. the school system, two staff members have been transferred -
be feasible. However, the program will be examined and ways ((9)) School Examinations During Suspensions from Palmetto Senior High School In accordance with
will be sought to accomplish further training before the open- The policy which permits suspended students to return to statutory provisions, the notice transfer of these teachers is
ing of school in September. campus during suspension to take six-week examinations or included in the agenda for the May 21 meeting of the Board of
((2) CONSULTANTSThe final examinations will be printed in the handbook which will Public Instruction. The administration is continuing to reviewthe
use of consultants at the local school level is desirable. be distributed to all students. activities of staff members; and if it is found to be to the
It is the intent of the administration to place a sum of moneyIn ((10) Evaluation of Performance of School PersonnelThe best interests of tho Palmetto Senior High School, additional
the district budget which may be allocated to schools suchas Superintendent of Schools will direct principals and dis- transfers will be effected.
Palmetto to employ consultants to work on the particular trict personnel to consider the following In evaluating staff (16)) PURCHASING
needs of an individual school. performance: the performance of the staff member in estab- Turing the 1968-69 school year, the purchasing department
Those schools which are considered feeder schools to Pal- lishing sound racial relationships and in improving human of the school system processed book orders in the amount of ..,.
metto Senior High School will be offered the opportunity to relations in the school. $626,285. This volume did cause delays in processing and delivery -
employ consultants during the summer sessions and duringthe (11) Involvement of Parents and Teachers inSchoolActivitiesThe by vendors and every effort will be exerted to decreasethe
1969-70 school year. bi-racial committee of parents to be established throughthe time between the placing of book orders at the school level
((3) SPECIAL ORIENTATION FOR STUDENTS auspices of the Parent-Teacher Association will be asked and delivery.
Students who will be entering Palmetto Senior High Schoolas to give high priority to the encouragement of the black com- SUMMARY COMMENTsThe
sophomores: in September of 1969 will be offered an oppor- munity to participate in parent meetings and to attend school report of the fact-finding committee notes that its report
tunity to attend an orientation session at the high school one functions. has system-wide relevancy.The report,along with statements
afternoon a week during the summer school session.This will ((12) APPEALS PROCEDURESThe from other sources, indicate that the Board of Public.Instruc-
provide six one-half day orientation sessions. Between now administrative channels of the school system providean tion and the school administration need to take a broad look at
and the end of this school year a committee composed of stu- appeals procedure which flows from the principal to the school integration and racial relations in the schools. The
dents and faculty members will meet to develop the content district superintendent to the county school administration.It Board and the administration will want to consider carefully
and organization of the orientation program for this summer may be necessary for each district to establish a committeeto the proper means for making this comprehensive review of
and during the next school year review requests for appeals and make recommendations past programs and the determination of future programs and
((4) HUMAN RELATIONS COMMITTEE for action. The committee might be composed of district superintendent policies.The .
Although the Palmetto Human Relations Committee has madea two principals, and a representative of the Super committee report also notes that the cooperation of stu-
significant contribution to the school helping to break down intendent's office. Under this procedure any group or indi- dents, staff, parents, employee organizations,and the com-
racial barriers, recent developments seem to indicate that vidual who wishes to appeal a decision made by a principal munity at large is essential to the satisfactory resolution of
this committee should be dissolved. The principal will notifythe would be required to put their requests in writing, outliningthe racial tensions at Palmetto and the continued building edu-,
chairman and members of the committee that the committee problem and requesting that they be allowed to appeal to cational programs of quality at the school. By this memoran-
in its present form will cease function for the remainder higher authority. This committee would decide whether or not dum and other appropriate means, the school administration
of this school year. the appeal should be heard and would respond to the requestin calls upon all concerned to enter into this endeavor in a spiritof
During the summer a bi-racial committee of teachers and writing. cooperation to fulfill our obligation to the children and
students will be formed to make recommendations to the prin- The Administrative Cabinet willconslder this matter further Youth of Dade County.Keep .
cipal concerning the formation of a committee to assist in (13)) Black Assistant Principal
eliminating racial barriers. This committee willalsorecommend THANK YOUI
guidelines to be followed during the 1969-70 school year. wish to thank my many i:
At this time it is the opinion of the administration that the friends who have been so kind fn Tune with
committee should consist of teachers and students, with no involvement to me while I was confined to !
of parents on this school committee. Jackson Memorial Hospital '
ft is suggested that parents consider forming a bi-racial and during my convalesing '
committee of their'' own to establish better communicationswith 'days at home. May' God bless the TimesMiami ,
the adult groups In the community. The parent-Teacher you all.
Association will be asked to take the initiative in organizing
Mrs. Ethel T. Johnson
a bi-racial committee of parents. Plans for the operation of
this Parent-Teacher Association committee should be made Efya ARC
during the summer months in order that it may become imme-
diately effective upon the opening of school for the 1969-70 rrN *:ll. n'ych 6 f rA'i
school year. EMERSONTEL

((5) COUNSELORS v..,,'Z tax .tJ' 4n w,.. 1
An additional counselor will be allocated to Palmetto Senior E
High School to assist tenth-grade students. A Black counselor 4l
has been employed as part of the regular allotment for the VISIOr.

1969-70 school year. !l
The principal and district superintendent will study furtherthe t r
recommendation of the committee for black counselors at .., 77+I tijAir ''in ..
,: i.N
other grade levels and the best means for extending the ser- ?' : !qsl4 y. ri t 'C'....;., i '1':.' ..r : / f p 'f"' ,
vices at those grade levels. .', V' frc
(6) CURRICULUMa !88I11PSOA
( ) The basic social studies and humanities courses are : ALAI ? a !{i" rS'-->: :": .%""+ '' '-rj
being restructured to include in their content material related -
to the contributions which the black man has made to our

society.b .r. 1i l'I fir/ li,?
( ) During the second semester of this school year, twelve pY. i I r l
teachers have been working full-time in the Division of Edu-
cational Planning and Services to develop course outlines and !
units of work for a Black History-Culture course to be offer- MODEL WITH 1t'
ed as an elective at the senior high school level during the PRIVATE LISTENING
1969-70 school year. Approximately thirty-five teachers will EARPHONE
attend a six-weeks training course this summer to prepare
them for the presentation of this material students.. Teachers .
enrolled in this course will be both black and white, and it $5.00
is not possible at this time to indicate who will be assigned to
teach this course at Palmetto. Requiring the assignment of
black teachers for black courses is not consistent with the DOWN -
obligation of this school system to comply with the Civil
Rights Act. Call i Times that is
(c) The curriculum will be reviewed to insure sufficient 751-5629
Industrial Arts courses for all students wishing to enroll
within the limitations of available space.A NO CREDIT
work-study unit will be added to the program at Palmetto REQUIREDALSO Only $5.00 a year
Senior High next year. The work-study program is dependenton
state funds for support and the number of positions avail
DELIVERED BY MAIL TO YOUR HOME EVERY FRIDAY
additional work
able is limited by these funds. A request for
study units has been forwarded to the State Department of : MAIL COUPON BELOW
Education and if the request is granted, the county program o FURNITUHS
will be increased to a significant degree. There is need for I ............t......................................................................................,,,,,,.................,,....,.....r........r.... s
additional programs of thisnature in many senior high schools I APPLIANCES f'
and Palmetto will receive its proportionate share of any in- I STEREOS MIAMI TIMES 6530 NW 15th AVE., MIAMI, FLA. 33147 :

crease. I Enclosed please find $5.00'for one year' subscription.
(7) SERVICE CLUBSa
director will be appointed for 'Nome :
( ) A new student activities WELLS
Palmetto Senior High School and he will be instructed to W.T. e
see, that all notices of student activities are posted in a prominent I COMPANY Address '.
will Include the date, time, and I
place. These notices 45 N. W. 54th Street I \City State Zip -,
E Ep. tr
place of club meetings. busses Miami, Florida 33127. ..,.....'............" .." " ............" ...........W............%..........,......,....,."".".", ,,....................................
(b) The school system is operating three activities .
during the second semester of this school year on a trial




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IN MEMORIAM 18-year Old Gets Electric !


I r CARDS MEMORIALS DEATHS I x Chair II I



CARD OF THANKSThe CARD OF THANKSThe CARD OF THANKSThe Circuit Court Judge Harold SW 16th Ter.,on Oct 40,1968.
I Vann sentenced Bobby Allen The murder was committed I;

family of the late family of the late entire family of the Bryant, an 18-year-old for- at Kitty's Wash Tub, 637 NW I
WILLIAM R. MONCUR late mer student of Miami Northwestern 46th Street. Bryant surprised '

wish to express sincere thanks High School, last Wood while he was emptyinga
1 and appreciation to the rela- Tuesday to die In the electric change machine and forced

tives, friends, and neighbors47th chair. Bryant was sentencedfor him to lie on the floor. As he
Street, 47th Terrace and sy ".t r 4RUSSEL "4b the murder of a laundry grabbed at Bryant's foot, he
48th Street for their thought- L owner during a 1968 robbery was killed with a single shot

fulness during our bereave- WILLIAM T--, BONDU attempt in the head.

ment. The beautiful cards, who left 25 1966 The Assistant State Attor-
us Louis
May Bryant fled just as
called
Richard Jacobs
ney I.
telegra, letters, floral Our hearts still full of the
are Medina, 35, of 145 NW 45th
for the death penalty saying
pieces telephone calls visits
,
joys we sharedWhenever St. was entering the laundryto
executed
Bryant summarily
and all other dona-
t prayers
b loved ones pass use a telephone. He shot
tions and contributions were John Charles Wood, 40 of 5970
away Medina in the arm.
encouraging and comfortingand No words, however kind
-- --... -...............-- made our burden much. < q Can truly ease the grieving RANGE A telephone that had been
LOUIE L. ALSTONwho easier to bear.Special heartsOf James Alexander Davis of ripped out of the laundry wall

departed May 7,1969 wish thanks to Rev. LEE WATTS, JR. those they leave behind 1900 NW Third Ct.,Apt.7 died by the robber bore Bryant's
to express their sincere grati- Oliver Kerr of St. Francis (age 14) who met death by a But memory is the treasure- May 22 at VA Hospital. He Is fingerprints
tude and appreciation to the Xavier Catholic Church and fatal accident on May 13, 1969! houseOf survived by his wife, Louise;
many friends who expressed Richardson Mortuary. May and was laid to rest on May happy thoughts, they say a stepdaughter Dorothy; four. Bryant's friend, John Cal-
tr their condolences. The many God's richest blessings be 17, 1969, wish to express our And happy thoughts of thosewe sisters Frances, Margaret, vin Rainey of 4740 NW 7th Ave.
telegrams, cards, floral with each of you always. most sincere thanks and ap- love Albertha and Evelyn;a brother: testified that after the killing, ;
pieces, prayers and other acts The family: preciation to each of our many Will never pass away Joseph. Services wlll be held he met Bryant and the teenager
of kindness will be warned him to stay off the
long
remembered -
relatives friends and neigh-
Mrs. Ethel E. Moncur, wife Saturday, 10:30: a.m. at St,
by us. bors for their thoughtfulness The Bondu FamilyIN streets because they were
Mrs. Eleanor A, Shell, Agnes Episcopal Church.
Special thanks to Rev. Ed- dressed alike.
daughterMr. during our hours of bereave- Mrs Willie Mae Lawson of

ward Graham, Rev. Ira Mc- Earl A. Moncur, son ment. Your prayers, visits, MEMORIAMIn 3031 NW 64th St., died May; Bryant who remained ex-
Call and the Richardson Mor- ,
tuary Mr. William G. Moncur, and phone calls, cards, tele- loving memory ofLEROY 25 at Jackson Hospital. She is pressionless when Vann read
grams, letters, flowers and
son survived by her mother Mrs.
the dead sentence recently
,was -
Mr. Marion D. Shell, son- all other contributions and Annie Mae Bell; four childrensix found guilty of robbing the
Mrs. Goldie W. Alston, acts of kindness brought much W
in-law brothers George .
wife and family yt Mug Bar a 3058 NW 79th St.
consolation hoursof
during our

Louis, Herbert, Brady, Roosevelt
IN MEMORIAMIn grief. Special thanks to pas and Grady; three sis- That robbery, Jacobs told

CARD OF THANKSThe loving of our be- tor, Rev Alfonso C, Mozell, ters, Betty, Annie and Carrie the jury, happened five days
memory
officers and members of Em- Services will be held Satur- before the Woo d killing. At
family of the late, loved son manuel Church of the Naza- day, 1 p.m at Day Spring Baptist the bar, Bryant also made his
rene, Min sters Willie and Church. victims lie on the floor and
Della Williams and membersof threatened them with death.
Mrs. Laura' Brown of 2130(
>
k )'>11t. -,""
; the Prayer and Information NW 158th St., Opa-locka died Jacobs urged the jury not to

.: t.\i:':' ., Center, and the Range Funeral May 24 at Jackson Hospital, consider mercy, saying that
: Home and Staff. May God bless She is survived by a son the maximum penalty would

.,' ,,,1.1 you always. George Green. Services will serve as a deterrent to per-
> __ ._.__._
; . n be held Saturday, May 31, 4 sons likely to rob and kill
.......
'
The
Family MITCHELLwho p.m. at Mt Herman A ME.> businessmen.
'u,. departed this life May 9, Arthur Barrowes of 436 SV
1966. Sixth Ave., Homestead di
4'b
CARD OF THANKSThe There is a blessed home recently Services are in- BoyElectrocuted

Beyond this land of woe, complete.John .
A ;,J1ST family of the later
I When trials never come, nor Wesley Barber of 1414 / ';: ,

b LAJJRAVBULLARDKEMPwho tears of sorrow flow, Collins Ave., Miami Beach' .. rti I>HB"
r 1. tNfy. passed away May 15,1969 We loved him, but:God loved' died 'May 20 at his residence.. 'On Miami Beach t
him best. He is survived his wife
and was laid to rest May 22, by f
Miami Beach
city officials
1969. We wish to express our Lizzie Leroy, wife Louise. Services were held
ERNEST L. DAVIS sincere thanks and appreciation Willie and Job, stepsons Tuesday in the chapel. refused Thursday discuss a
WILBUR L. SMITH who departed this life June 2, to our many, many friends, Ruby Jackson, aunt, N. Y. Thomas Hardy of 568 NW midnight tragedy which took
who passed on May 8, 1969 at 1960. relatives and neighbors for Lonnie Mincey, uncle 43rd St.,better known as Tony, the life of a 14-year-old boy
the V. A. Hospital. We wish Gone, but not forgotten. May cards, telegrams, telephone and the entire family died May 21 as a result of an outside the convention hall
to express our sincere thanks his soul rest in peace. calls, floral pieces, and your accident. He is survived by earlier in the day.
and appreciation to our many visits with words of consola- M his mother Mrs. Annie R. Thomas Hardy, of 568 NW

friends, neighbors and rela- Elease Wilkerson, mother tion. Also special thanks to the BAIN'S Pratt; three sisters a bro 43rd St., Miami, died in Mt.

tives who were so kind duringour Leonard E. Davis, father members of Ridgeway Churchof Mrs. Betty Oliver of 11271 ther, grandparents Mr. and Sinai Hospital about an hour
hour of bereavement. relatives and friends. Mrs. Louis Bridges. Services after he touched a metal sign
God of Prophecy at 5937
Douglas Dr., died May 26 at<
Thanks for telegrams, cards, NW 22nd Ave. Baptist Hospital.. She is sur- were held Tuesday, 3:30 p.m. standard outside the Conven-
floral pieces and all acts of IN MEMORIAMIn vived by eight sons includ- at New Bethlehem M. B. C. tion Hall and was electrocuted. I
kindness that made our bur- A spokesmanforylorida
Mrs. Annie Ruth Jackson
memory of our dear son May God continue to bless ing Cornelius Smith with whom
den much easier bear Power & Light said he "Un-
Spec- of 2928
Gay NW 58th St. died
Range Funeral Home and staff. she lived four 19 \
and brother ; daughters,
ial thanks to Rev. William H. May 23 at Jackson Hospital. derstood some city workmen

Butler of Kelly's Chapel and Nieces and inephew grands grandchildren three sisters, two three great She is survived by her husband installed the sign sometime
,
co-workers of the Security Wednesday and somehow man-
Mrs. Mauda Butler June; a daughter Bessie of At-
brothers. Services will be held
Trust Building, also the Houseof lanta Remains were shippedto aged to jam it into an under-
Mrs. Helen Donaldson Saturday at 1 from Mar-
p.m.
Albert and staff, the No. 1 Atlanta for final rites. ground cable."
Mr. Carl Kemp tin Memorial Methodist!
Ushers' Board and Choir..,We Church. Rueben Sam Mitchell, Jr.of FP&L crews said the sign
thank you from the bottom of Miss Marie. of 3420 15950 NW 21st Ave., Opa-: was "heavily charged" with
our hearts May Godbless you Oak Bryant locks died May 23 at VA Hospital 1,000 volts of electricity A
Ave.
all. IN MEMORIAMIn May 22 ,at Coconut JMH. Grove She Issur-,died He is survived by eight utility pole is located 18 feet

vived by four sisters Eurie and brothers including Bernard away.
Mrs. Lillian Smith, wife loving memory of our Rosetta Annie Jackson and and Herman; four sisters anda Two young friends with
and Family dear[ husband, father and son Gertrude, Gordon five nieces. daughter Mrs. Ruby Peterson Hardy and a passing police-

Services will be held; Saturday Remains were shipped to man attempted to revive the

4 p.m. from Greater St. Paul Charleston, S.C. for services. boy after he screamed hecouldn't
CARD OF THANKS AME. Mrs. Jessie Lee HeleaSloan let go of the metal

Nathaniel Harris of 485 SW of 928 NW 64th St., died May standard. The other boys
The family of the late BRUCE R. ROBERTSwho pulled him free and said
20
at
Jackson Hospital.She is they
.. 4th Ave., #6, died May 25. He
HENRY SENIOR departed this life May 23, is survived by his parents Mr. survived by a sister Mrs. Eula suffered "only a mild tingle"
1965. and Mrs. Jimmie Harris two Oslin and other relatives.Services when they touched Hardy.
who passed away on May 12, Sweetest of the flowers bloomIng brothers Willie James; and were conducted Saturday Harry Dansky, manager of

1969 wish to acknowledge with Jessie; one grandmother, one at Jordan Grove M. B.C. the Miami Beach public works
grateful appreciation to our In the fragrant vernal daysIs grandfather. Remains will be Mrs. Evelyn Addison Rozier department, and Ira Abrams,
many friends and neighborsfor the lily of the valley, shipped to Greenville, Ga. of 15701 NW 18th Ave., died assistant city attorney who
With its soft retiring ways. 21 at was designated to investigate
the numerous kindnesses Deacon Otis Black of 422 May Jackson Hospital.
during our hour of bereave- Well, you choose this humble SW 6th Ter., Homestead died She is survived by two daughters the incident, refused to talk
ment. The visits, telephone blossom.As May 26 at James Archer Odessa and Lady Beatrice about the Hardy boy's death.
calls cards flow- the nurse's emblem flower ; eight sons. M. c__ -- -- -
I telegrams, Smith Hospital. He is survivedby ----
ers and other kindnesses gaveus hs wife Mahalia; one Roosevelt, Norman, wl111 FORMER
great comfort during this Who grows more like her ideal laughter Mae Helen Light- Billie, Eddie, Charles and MIAMIAN DIES

difficult time. Everyday and every hour.. bourne; seven grandchildren, Celester. Services were held IN PHILADELPHIA i
one brother and two sisters. Sunday in Dublin, Ga.
Special thanks to the Houseof The family MR. NATHAN OWENS Arrangements are incomplete Joseph Groben of 1351 Little Mrs. Ruth McCarthy Hopkins :

Albert Funeral Home, the Mrs. Romalia H. Roberts, who departed this life May27, Mark Ellison Hargraves of River Dr., died May 21 at of 1002 Reno place, Philadelphia -
Dade County Mortician's Association .- mother 1968. 10835 SW 221 St., Goulds died North Shore Hospital. He is Pa. died on May 24 .
and the officers and Daphn and Ida, sisters Some may think you are for- May 21 at home. He Is sur- survived by his wife, Ollie, survivors include her husband {
members of Salters Chapel Godfrey and Millard, gotten. But in memory you vived by his parents Elder other relatives including Mr. Charles, her mother Mrs. :
AME Church. brothers are always with us. and Mrs. Herschell Har- and Mrs. George Simmons, Ethel McCarthy,two brothers,
t-t Mrs Gloria Senior, wife daughter Mrs. Mary Owens, wife grandparents, and 13 aunts Charles Roy and Fred Ezell atives and friends.:

4.3 t Mrs. Agnes Davis, sister Romalia, William, Ida Miss Marilyn Bellamy, and uncles.Services were held and Fred Hunt. Services were Funeral services will be
: Mr. Clarence Senior, b Bruce, and Jacqueline, daughter Tuesday from the Church of held Friday, at the church of held on Thursday, May 29
I brothers granacniioren. MR. S. M. Christian, father God in Goulds. the Open Door. in Philadelphia'

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ter Mrs. Willie B. Robinson; t .. ;' .......'
five brothers Ledward Ellis ,. -
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: ALBERT RANGE Edward, Davis and Ira Violet. _
Mrs. Julia Jennings of 1899

Mrs. Annie Walker Howard NW 66th St., died May 15. She

I of 1385 NW 68th Ter., died is survived by three granddaughters -

I MaY 21.Survivors Include four ; MaryHanna, Martha

I sons Alton Williams,Herman; W SPA J. and Georgia A. Wright;four

jasper and Freeman Walker.: grandsons Josephcharlej,
Services will be held Saturdayat S : Lawrence and Fred Hanna.

3 p.m. New Macedonia Baptist Services were conducted May I STEVENBROTHERS"
Church. 21 in the chapel.

i Mrs. Lucille Wright i of Mrs. Alma Jean Lindsey
13731 Madison St., Richmond 2010 NW 63rd St., (16 died "

1 Heights, died May 20. Survi- n w May 14 as the result of an auto

vors Include one daughter JoAnn accident. She is survived by

Lee; three sons BobbyJ., her husband Willie Joe; two FUNERAL

i John and Cohen Turner; one children, her mother Mrs
brother Floyd Thomas, four 1 f Mahalie Frazier; her father

sisters Thelma Reed, Marie Melton Frazier; three brothers

and Corrine Melvin, Lawrence and
Amos, Mary j .
Thomas. Services were held! Isaac; her grandmother Mrs .
Mrs. Virginia Grant of 1415 ,
x
In the chapel. Mary J. Davis. Services were -
Monday NW 69th Street died May 19 at conducted May 20 from Holy
Jackson Hospital. She is survived -
Lucille Lewis died Ghost Church of God.
Mrs.
by five daughters Virginia -
May 19, she lived in Key Shelter, Doris J. Johnson Specialist 4 Paul Jones of

Largo. Survivors include hus- Dorothy Pratt, Winifred 2350 NW 63rd St., was killed --..' "..'<.....--.--- ...- -- -
band William; two sisters in Vietnam recently.He is sur-
I Louise Glasco Dorothy Gray sons and John Frances and Nathaniel Mainor; two 19 vived by his mother Mrs. Ida The eight i Stevens brothers actively engaged in the operation of the -I

Smallwood; two brothers Wll grandchildren; one great; : Mae Jones, four sisters Mr. Stevens Brothers Funeral I Homes in West Palm Beach, Riviera Beach and

llam, Sr. and William Jr.; one grandchild and a sister. Josephine Moore, Louise Ruth Hallandale, Florida. Front row kneeling: L to R: Robert, Howard. Standing,

grands.daughter Services Christine will Davis be;held two Mrs.1919 NW Laura 66th Bullard St., died Kempof May and held Martha.May 20 Services in the chapel.were! top row, L to R: Eugene, Roderick, Vincent, John and Leonard. Insert: Arnold.

Saturday at 2 p.m. intheAllen: 15 at Mt. Sinai Hospital. She Russell Lee Watts, Jr. of

chapel in Key Largo. was born in Eluethra, Bahamas 2752 NW 48th St.,died May 13 The Most Unique Business, In America
Herbert Lowe of 21540 SW
and came to Miami 1 in as the result of an accident.

109th Ave., died May 24. His < 1910. She was the widow of the He is survived by his parents, Unprecedented In the history By the time of her passing ment.

survived by his wife Lillian: late Octavius Kemp. She seven brothers, five sisters, of Americanbusinessen- in 1968,the children were edu- Eugene operates the Stevens

one daughter Delores Bur- is survived by a niece Mrs.: grandparents. ,Services were terprise is the Stevens Brothers cated and g r o w n and the Stevens Brothers Funeral Home in

rought; two brothers Charlesand Maude Butler; a nephew,Carl; conducted Saturday, May 1'7at Funeral Home in West Brothers Funeral Home Hallandale, Howard man-

Carlton. Remains were of the Bahamas; dear friends Emanuel Church of the Nazarene Palm Beach, in which eight was a growing, thriving, succ ages the chapel in Riviera

shipped to New York City, Mr. and Mrs.Nathaniel Hutch- brothers and two sisters are e s s fu I operation, she had Beach, Roderick is general

Monday night. bison; a grandniece Mrs. actively involved in the man- performed the rare miracle of manager, John is secretary-

Mrs. Rose Walker of 1252 Helen Donaldson and a cousin RICHARSDON agement, ownership and operation rearing a large family of eight., treasurer, Robert is funeral
NW 45th St., died May 20. She of a family business. and four and
Mrs. Esther Finder. Serviceswere boys girls keep director. Vincent operates a
is survived by five sons Na-
held May 22 at Ridge- business ing them together working barber shop and Arnold a florist -
thaniel Oscar Phillips Mrs. Sarah Thomas of 415! This unusual family -
George
,
way Church of God of Pro- harmoniously as a family unit shop in a building next to
when two of the brothers
Leroy five daughters NW 9th St., died May 24. Ser-
;
phecy. in a family enterprise, which the funeral home. Leonard is
Margaret Gloria Dorothy vices were held Wednesday at Eugene and Roderick decidedto
Mrs. Carrie Mae Massey serves as a living memorialto a deputy sheriff of Palm Beach
Mildred June sister Sara Mt. Zion Baptist Church. She choose the funeral business;
one
; 6022 NW 8th Ave., died May hours and the parents of this unique County, all are actively engaged -
Williams one brother Alfred is survived by one son Robertof as a career. Long
; 17. She is survived by six family, Mr. William Stevens when their services are
Burnside. Services were held Atlanta, Ga.; three sisters small pay working for another:
and Mrs Lillian Stevens. needed of
daughters Mesdames Mary Ful.' interchange equip
funeral home caused them to
Saturday at 3 p.m. at St. Mary Mesdames Annie Burton,,
W. M. Church. ton, Rebecca Chestnut, Ella ]B... Sennie Stephens, and Isa Bell: approach their father for helpin ] The recent rededication of ment and services are fre-
Smith between the three loca-
Carrie Lee Lllll quent
Mrs. Jola Brown of 1115 Smith all from Atlanta; two establishing their own fun- the completely remodeled

NW 5th Ave., #9, died May 18. Queen Patterson Stallworth two sons and Charlie Ruby] brothers Eddie Floyd Stephens eral home. chapel is the second enlarge- tions.

She is survived by her husband ; of Atlanta and Robert Stephens i ment and remodeling of the Two sisters Reomi and ..
and Walter two sisters
Mrs.
William D.; two sons Leroy Annie Kirkland; and of Philadelphia; two devoted In January 1954 their building original building dedicated In Louise are active in the day
and William, Jr.; two daugh- Mrs. Mary; friends Johnnie and Barbara was started, however,'the 1954 in 1959 extensive re- to day operation of the family
Carson two brothers Walter
ters Patricia and Lesa; four ; : Williams of Miami. father passed a few weeks be- modeling was made and a second enterprises. Two sisters
and Services
Munroe Oliver.
sisters Lillian Smith, Mag- ; fore the building was completed -.. story added to the original make their homes away from
held 22 at New
rine Benitim, Doretha Saxon, were May in Hop Mrs. Mae Pryde Ridley of and dedicated and his widow structure, indicating the West Palm Beach and are not
Church
Corie Baugh; three brothersC. Baptist Pehokee. 541 NW 12th St., died May 14. Mrs. Lillian Stevens step growth of the Stevens Brothers able to be active. Wives and
Bobble
B., T. B., Albert and Lucky Miss Lee Mileyo Services are Incomplete. ped in as head of the familyand Funeral Home and the progress husbands actively contributeto
1841 died
NW First Ct. May
]
Baugh. Services Saturday in guided her brood throughthe thinking of the manage- the operations.
17 at Jackson Hospital. She is difficult early days of
the chapel. survived by her mother Cora: Carver \ to
struggle success.
Morris Averhart of 26610 Lee; a brother Dave and a sis
SW 138th st.,Naraja,died May ter-in-law Mrs. Billie Miley MR. SYMANis

20. He is survived by his wife Services held 22 In Ranches
were May
back in business and is ready to meet his

Teller Lee; stepdaughters the chapel.Re mains were fljjy ffi old friends and customers at his new address,
Mollie and brother
Evelyn one -
; shipped to Valdosta, Georgiafor NewsBy
t Mitchell ; one grandson final rites. #5 nJ3IIEHIv&Z 8 SW 2nd AvenuePh
Walter a.-
Tony Splzey. Services were Mrs. Cora Alexander of 859 I JVwNfCOlOHS ACTION

\ held Saturday in the chapel. NW 77th St., died May 14. She : 374-2773
Leroy Stewart of 1733 NW The Carver Ranches Fire 2 DRE SES HIMR IN MACE'
is survived by a son Aaron;; / Offering the same courteous service as has
3rd Ct., Apt. 10, died May 26. Dept meets every Monday at
a stepdaughter Mrs. Annie M.
He is survived by his wife Ware three stepsons Ed 8 I p.m. at the Fire Hall 4350 been his policy for the past 49 years. If you

Eddie B.; father Joseph;step Willie; and Fairbank. She was, SW! 44th Ave. need money or expert watch repairs. See mel!

mother Dianah; three sisters shipped on May 22 to Quincy, The VFW post No. 8195 and SEWING MACHINE.
Blondnell Goodman, Loriann Ladies Auxiliary held their
Fla., for final rites.
Special
Repair
Boykin, Mary Lee Amos; one Mrs. Laura Mae Childs of Installation services Sunday,
brother May 25 at the Carver Ranches
Joe Lee Services are
2989 NW 43rd Ter,died May
incomplete.Mrs. Fire Hall, which was a great V/e/ will
is survived
15. She by a son ? f j < L6Na
Agnes McNeil of 1140 Dana; five brothers Yance, turn out. Thanking many of clean, oil
NW 1st PI. Apt. 3 died May the VFW Post and their auxiliary -
Frank, Robert, Curtiss and and adjust
23. Survivors include sister Preston and three sisters for being present and S2
; the ladies from the fifth district. sewing -
Vera Alice Green.. Servicesare Mrs. Ethel Finchman, Mrs. your f.

incomplete. Charlie M. Morris andJulia ma-
The VFW 'Post No. 8195 s
Bell. Services were held Sat- chine in A
will hold its regular meeting .9
urday in the chapel. home.
NORTHSIDE Sunday, June 1 at 6p.m. Members your
Rev.Phillip W.Campbell of .
who are going to Memorial
-
3156 NW 66th St.,died May 17. CALL:
Mrs. Irene Brown of 325 Day services in West
He is survived by his wife
NW 10th St., died Saturday at Hollywood, check with the 864-4309
Irene, six children, a stepmother
Jackson Hospital. She is sur- Maggie; three brothers commander Friday at 8 a.m. or

I vived by two sisters Annie Green, Willie and Sgt.Thomas 154-4634

both Hendly of and this Henretta city; two Williams brothers Campbell Mrs. Lurena; his grandmother Meriwether. THELM'VS 1 k

Edmond Ford of Washington, Services were conducted Saturday BEAUTY SALON
D. C. and Gus Ford of At- at Antioch Baptist .
,
lanta. Services will be held FRANCIS FUNERAL MR. LESTER ALBERT. OWNER .

Saturday at 4:30 p.m. in the Church Mrs..Eva M. Brown Forbesof Formerly of HOME There are many funeral homes in the Miami

chapel. 2675 NW 49th Ter., died 1094 NW 79th Street This is I to inform the area, but there is only one funeral service.So .

I Mrs. Annie Lee Brookins May 16. She is survived by in your hour of bereavement call . .
has moved to: public that the Francis!
1122 NW 59th St., died Satur- her husband Jim; a stepson
day at Jackson Hospital. She Leon; four sisters Mrs. Amy 982 Ninth STREET Funeral Home is now No deserving poor refused

is survived by one daughter Taylor, Mrs. Dianna Pelimus, Expert Beauty Treatment & temporarily located at

. Lovett McGill; three sons Joe, Mrs. Alice Reid and Mrs.Violet Wig Styling the Richardson Fune- House of AlbertWhere
I Albert and Otto. Services will Strong. Services were held
be held Saturday at 2 p.m. at Saturday at Ebenezer Methodist Thelma McGrady ral Home, 4500 NW 17th service, begins and neverends

Mt. Sinai Baptist Church. Church. Rosa Higgs Avenue. Mr. Franciscan THREE LOCATIONS TO SERVE YOU ,

Warren Thomas of 941 NW James L. Anderson of 5573 Vernice James be contacted at LIBERTY CITY OPA-LOCKA PERRINE

2nd Ave., died May 14. He is NW 24th Ave., died May 18.He 1437 NW 56th St. Ph:
2338801DEATHS
survived by friends only.Ser- is survived by his wifeAl- 693-0632 (30)) 691-6102. 6917661 MU 8.3311
berta a daughter Carol Levon'right
vices were held Wednesday in ;
the chapel. ; one grandchild, a sis-

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26 THE MIAMI TIMES, Friday, May 30, 1969

SHILOH WOMEN NEW MACEDONIA TEMPLEThe SECOND BAPTISTRev.


RAISED $3,300.47 Rev. Roscoe Jackson, pastor pastor, officers and John Ferguson, pastor

Willie J. Beard, reporterOn members wish to express The congregation will ob-
Rev. A. M. Griffin pastor
Friday abar-be-quewill heartfelt thanks to their serve Women's Day Men'sDay

Cheryl English,reporter be held at the home of Sis. friends, and especially to the on June 8.This Is the first

Sunday which was our women's Tommie S. Jones, 2391 NW ministers and the congregation time the observances have

day, was one that spiritually 92nd St. This Is being spon- for their splendid cooper- been combined and the day

Both uplifted many hearts. sored by the pastor's Aid Club ation in the 39th anniversary promises to be one that will
speakers were inspira-
tional to and will be held all day. celebration of the church and long be remembered.The .
Our
our women.
i morning speaker was Sis. On the second Sunday dur- pastor. Those participatingwere morning services will

Sallle Car line and evening ing the Sunday School hour, : Rev. D. A. Anton and be sponsored by the men of the

speaker Missionary Turner. promotion, graduation and the NTDDSS Church, Dr. S.T. church, under the leadershipof

recognition will be held. Sis. Johnson and St. James Baptist Deacon Amos Larkin. The
We would like to take this timeto
+ Jn
Mary Whites will be the Pe gnu flUjurrlj uuiflt' Stuart and St.
thank St. Mary's choir speaker : Rev. H. V. speaker will be Rev. Roscoe

for the wonderful song service for the occasion. A cordial Mary's W. M. Church; Rev.L Jackson. The evening services

and our Juniors for taking over invitation is extended.On MT.CALVARY'SBABY NEW MT. MORIAII W. Hepburn and Bethlehem, will be sponsored by the women

that night. the second Saturday, the West Hollywood; Rev. H. W. under the leadership of

The pastor is asking the entire Deaconess Board will have a CONTEST Moss and New Mt. Zion Baptist Mrs. Almena Farley. Mrs.
dinner sale 1IOIl""" "' Rev. A. L. Shipp, pastor
at the
church to accompany him church.For ;Florida City. Dorothy Harris of Mount

} the third Sunday to New Mt. one or more of these very fine Evelyn Deacon's Souter, reporterThe and Dea- Baptism will be administered Pleasant Baptist Church will

Moriah, Rev. Shipp, pastor. dinners, you may call 633- during the morning ser- be the speaker.The .
Board want to thank
Revival meeting will begin 7340 for free delivery.The coness vice on Sunday and the Lord's public is invited to come

+ Monday night. Rev. K.E.Rog- funeral services for Rev. D. Cook, its good peo- Supper will as usual be admin out and share the activities of
ple and all who helped to make
Sis. Annie
; ers of Mt. Olive Baptist Walker, a memberof istered at both services. the day with us.
their anniversary a success.
Ushers' Board No. 1 will The men, under dynamic
+
Church will be the revivalist.Let .
We to have Rev.
be held Saturday at 3 wre happy
p.m. leadership of Brother Wm.
us remember to visit
Fred Carter with us last Sun- NEW PROVIDENCE
Johnson, are leaving no stone
and pray for the sickand shut- morning he delivered the
day
,
EBENEZERRev. unturned in their efforts to
ins.
f I\ Rev. C. J. Burney pastor
-... ..-...... message. make the approaching Men'sDay ,
The Spiritual Melodies want Arsula Edwards reporterOur
,
A. D. Hall, pastorE. the greatest. The women
to thank each male chorus pastor wish to extend
DRAKE MEMORIAL Ingram reporter f R are pledging not to let down
those who 'sent donations and his sincere thanks and appre-
Sunday the holy communion. .11 the men.
: : all participated,especially ciation to the officers,and the
Rev. Dunn will be administered at both Clara faithful
J. W. pastor Mrs. Ferguson,
.Ifi 1'1 to our Junior Choir on last entire church and'many
N. T. Green, reporterThe the morning and evening ser- member of the No. 1 Choir,
Thursday night on their musi- friends. Also the visiting min-
pastor wishes to thank vices. We are looking forward I returned last week from a
More than twenty babies cal program. ister Rev. Paul Freeman and
the officers, members and to having a great day. fortnight's visit In Fort Pierce
from one day to five years have Co June 8 at 3 p.m. Rev. O. congregation of Zion Hope M.
friends who attended the anni- The pastor and lay delegatesare with her mother.It .
entered the contest of Mt.Cal- Taylor of St. Luke West Holly- B. C. on his anniversary.
versary on last week. A leaving Monday morning was pleasant to see Mrs.
vary Baptist Church. All are wood will deliver the communion service
special thanks to the following to attend the merging of the messagein Louise Deleveaux and Mrs. Holy
striving to win the contest behalf of choir No. l's an- at
6:30
Sunday p.m.
ministers and their congrega- Florida Annual Conference, Jane E. Herout in church last
prize of a U. S. Savings Bond. niversary sponsored by Sis. Youth will be observedthe
tions: ,Rev. P. !I. Williams, and the Florida annual Confer Sunday morning. Both of them Day
Many other valuable prizes Chanie Collins.
Rev. A. L. Shipp, Rev. W. E. ence former central Jurisdiction have been on the sick list for second Sunday. plan now
will also be on display so that We all
are asking our grad- to attend. Consecration hour
Sims, Rev. W. C. Macon,Rev. held at Southern College, some time.
each contestant will walk a uates of the'church and others
way of prayer is held each Sundayat
T. C. Kelly and Rev. J. Johnson .- Lakeland, Fla. Rev. Hall will
with a prize according to the who would like
be making his 14th annual re- toworshipwithus ; ST. LUKE 5 a.m.Bible class and prayer -
amount of finance raised. please be present the sec- at
meeting Tuesday 7:30
Orchids to the chairman sis.. port as pastor of Ebenezer.Mr. .
1 The contest will terminate ond Sunday at 11 a.m. with Rev. P. W.Williams,pastor
Clements and the women of and Mrs. Sevenell
P.m.Continue
Thursday June 12 at 7:30p.m. and Kathleen Streeter reporter
Drake Memorial who prepared Downs announce the your cap gown. In prayer for those
approaching
delicious food for our serviceon marriage of their daugh-- All sponsors are urged to be Our Pastor's AnniversaryJune On Thursday, May 29the who are sick, shut-In and the

Sunday afternoon. ter, Sandra Juanita to Mr. present and have their contes-, 11 through 15th. Young Matrons will sponsora bereaved. Visitors are always -
tants present. There will be Please pray for world "Get Acquainted Dinner." welcome.
Many thanks to the pastor'said Kenneth Ivan Taylor Sat-
on
balloons and much fun with the peace. Visitors are always Ushers' 'Board No. land 2
for coming to the aid of thepastor urday, June 14 at 5 p.m.at the
youngsters during the even- welcome. would like to thank those who
and his wife with a uni- church. Following the cere-
made their anniversary a suc- CHRISTIAN
que "Money Umbrella". mony, reception will be heldat ing.The
pastor states that finance cess.
Remember to see Deacon the Miami Police FELLOWSHIP
Community ST. JAMES AME
from this project will The youth of the church will
Hardee or member of the Benevolent Association
any
go on record to swell the have a sale on Saturday, May Rev. P. S. Brown, pastor
_. Willing Workers for a ticketto 4343 NW 17th
Avenue.
amount reported for the annual Rev. S. L. Gay, pastor 31,at 2490 NW 59th St.The sale M. L. Nixon, reporterThe
the song fest on Sunday night The following
members
are Women's Day observance Joseph Marshall, reporter will start at 2 p.m. please pastor requests all
June 8. Please continue to pray on,the sick list Bro.
Audrey
:
which will be held the fourth come and patronize them. members to please report to
and visit the sick and shut-Ins. Hale and Edwin Lloyd at Mt.
Sunday in June. For information The Men's Day committeewill their captains Sunday. These
.. ... .. Sinai ; Sis. Bertha Martin
-- -- - Audley Richardsonand contact Mrs.Jessie Doles, be selling potato pies Sat are the reports that are made

NEW HOPE Johnson. Marion chairman or the pastor, Rev. urday and Sunday at the on every fourth Sunday.)

Samuel Atchison. church. The pies are $1.00. Choir members are urgedto

Rev. H.C.Samuels,pastor Baptismal services will be Please pray for our sick attend all rehearsals which

Patricia Gowen, reporter ST. PETERS held Sunday at 5:30. and bereaved members. You are held at the home of Sis.

The youth wish to thank Please pray for the sick are invited to worship with us Isabelle Blue.

everyone for making this youth Rev. C. F.Cooper,pastor and shut-ins. this Sunday at 1790 NW 55th Prayer meeting this week

day a success. The morning Elizabeth Bath, reporterThe 'St. will be at the home of Deacon

speaker was Deacon Marlvin Building Fund benefit George Washington.

Phillips of Oak Grove M. B. Spring concert was all It ST. MARY'SRev. PLEASANT The public Is invited to wor-

Church. We would also like to promised and more. Those ship with us at anytime.

thank the Oak Grove Youth featured on the program were H. V. Stuart, pastor Rev. A.H. Lockett,pastor Help the needy and visitand

Choir and Ushers. The even- Miss Bertha Jackson, Miss June 1 is the first Sunday A. M. Hollimon, reporterWe pray for the sick and afflicted.

Deborah Hopkins Balwin and communion will be served are thankful for the
ing speaker was Miss Brenda Hep success
McQueen of Antioch Baptist burn, Charles Knowles and all day, and Joint choirs and we experienced Sunday.

Church. We would like to thank Charles L. Motley. ushers will serve all day. We raised $4,360.11. Mrs. JORDAN GROVE

Mr. Calton Preston of Peaceful The sponsors Mrs. Eliza Let us not forget our spec- ROSA LEE McCLENDON Lucille Sims gave a beautiful

i Zion for participating on Sturrup and Mrs. Anna Mc- ial pledge to the church torFather's message on the subject Rev.Eddie Douglas Gilbert Cook,pastor

ti our program.. The contestantsfor Phee wish to thank the participants Day.Dinners Sunday is holy communionday. "Fruits of the righteous wo- revival reporterOur

youth day were Timothy of the program for their are still being sold man". prayer meeting

Sillmon, Geraldine Flemings, unforgettable performance, every Saturday, for deliverycall Mrs. Carrie Laurence and To name a few who really Is already in progress for the

James Johnson and Patricia also the members and friends 7581601.Our the May-ites have done great worked. Mrs Magnolia Mc- week; Preaching begins next

Gowen. Total amount raised who came out to support and sympathy goes to the job. They are very happy to Kinzy raised the amount of week with the Rev. W. W.
children and family of the late Whitehead revivalist of Savannah -
enjoy this $500
was $645.47. concert. announce that they raisedl- and Mrs. Ea rleneMc-
'' The Special thanks goes to Mrs.S. Sis. Rosa Walker, to Sis.Amy Ghee $300. Georgia. Come saints
president of the No. 1 460. We wish to thank you for
and drink
Choir is asking all membersto for narrating and assisting Taylor in the loss of her sis- your support. Special thanksto We are praying for mankindall from the spiritual
in preparing the and ter and to Sis. Natalie Kelly over the fountain. Come sinners and
meet at the church on I program our guest speaker mrs. world.
to the Binder Baldwin Music Archer In the loss of her mo- hear the word of Cd.I .
Thursday at 8 p.m. Rosa Lee McClendon from

please let us pray for the Center for the donation of their ther.Our Greater New Macedon She

sick, shut-ins, bereaved and piano.A sick and shut-ins are taught her lesson from the

our men in the armed. services warm welcome back is Sister Hilda Henry In Palm subject "Who's Side are you I MEMORIAL TEMPLE I

extended to Canon Cooper upon Springs General and Brother on?" MOVES INTO NEW
his Calvin Jackson CHURCH
return from the Bahamas. Adderly Memorial Mrs. Pearlie Mae Sharp and
All others remain the
-- June-Ites are having an all On Sunday, June 1st, the I. "
same.
VALLEY GROVE day Saturday sale In the parish pastor and members of the
CHRISTIAN MISSIONARY All members
are asked to newly organized MEMORIAL

make your report for ticketsto hall.Mr. TEMPLE will move from
Rev. O. D. Williams pastor W. W. Plummer and their
location
Brother John Duncombe temporary ,
Rev. R. A. Norton,pastor On Wednesday, at 8 p.m. the Bro. Hanson Wallace.Visitorsare or Ushers' Board No. 2 would 4116 NW 167th St., to their

Evelyn Ferguson, reporterOn Deacons are sponsoringa like to thank you for your location, 16600 NW 44th
pro-
always welcome. Court.
Friday night Sunrise M. gram for the benefit of the support at the beach picnic at

B. C. will render services in Building Fund Drive. On Haulover Beach. The spacious Chapel of

behalf of women's day. the Temple of colonial
Friday night before the second Thursday, May 29 the pastoris KELLY'S CHAPELRev. The Male Chorus wish to architecture, Is completed.The .
asking each
member
to
thank for
you
your presence
Sunday Jerusalm Baptist please be at the church at 8p.m Butler and support at their 11th procession will be-
W. H. anniversary
Church will render service in for ,pastor gin at 11 a.m. and will be
behalf of women's day. conference.Bro. Marie Carr, reporter It was indeed a great led by the senior memberof

On Friday night before the Charlie Jackson re- Parents send your youth out success. the church, Mrs. Roma

fourth ,Sunday Thinkly M.B.I J 1 Deacon main in Jackson Hospital, to Youth Ministry Tuesday The pastor wish to thank be Hutchlnson.vested in their The new choir robes will

i Church will render services. John L. Jackson has evenings at 7:00. The classes everyone who attended the St. as they march Into the new'church.
"' been released from the hospital prove to be very interestingand .
The pastor Invites to our Matthew Free Will
you and wish to thank Baptist, REV. I. C. MICKINSThe
educational.
services on Wednes- every- Friday where
prayer we rendered
one for their A morning message will be delivered by the -
prayers. gospel song service was pastor
at 8 services.To .
day p.m.Remember Let us all continue to pray rendered by the Hallandale Rev. I. C. Micklns. Rev. Nicking will preach on
to for the the subject "The Lord "
pray Will
Provide.
for The public Is
the sick
and shut-ins. the sick and shut-ins
t sick and shut-ins, don't forget May Spiritual Singers last Sunday we Invited. f
our men In Viet Nam. we all Join hands and pray for night in behalf of Men's Day, need sometimes to be stirred Dedication of the Chapel Is planned for Sunday,

world peace. which will come off in July. up by our fellowman. II July 13th.





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I: Jehovah's Witnesses ConveneIn MT. TABOR ANTIOCH r United Citizens J I

: Atlanta : Rev. J. W.Hendon,pastor Rev. P. W. Wiggins, pastor

Wilhelmina Sands, reporterThe Dinettie Cobb, reporterThe The United Citizens for a new careerist association is

Jehovah's Witnesses from one of 2 international conven- Home Missionary Society No. 2 Ushers' Board Better Tomorrow,Rev.AlfredJ. currently being formed for all

Miami will be part of a crowdof tions beginning In this country of the church held its an- will sponsor a Pew RallySunday Williams, president believes paraprofessionals in the

45,000 that will pack At- and circling the world.Simultaneous nual tea last Sunday afternoon. June 8 at 3 p.m. All are it is a truism that the fields of health, education and

( lanta's Braves; Stadium in July conventions will be Speaker for the occasion was invited. best way to treat delinquency welfare.

...but it won't be tor baseball. held July 6-13 In New York Mrs. 'Kathyleen Franklin, librarian During this week May 26-30 is to prevent it. It is imperative Para Professionals are

They'll be attending an City, Buffalo, N. y", and At- in the Dade County the church will hold prayer to help youth before they being linked together at CEP-

eight-day international con- lanta, followed by identical school system and a memberof meeting for revival. become adjudicated delin- New Careers Manpower-New

I vention devoted more to Bibles programs i n Pamona, Calif., the church, her subject was During the weeks of June quents and thus suffer for the Careers and the ParaProfessionals -

than base hits. In the process, Vancouver, B. C., Los Ange- "A Great Assignment Mis 3-13, the church will hold their rest of their lives the stigma employed at the

they'll put some new figuresin les, Calif., Kansas City, Mo. sion", it was most informativeand annual revival meetings. The attached to such labeling. University of Miami School of

the record book: First In- and Chicago, HI. The assemb- challenging Mrs. Rosa evangelist will be Rev. B. C. UCBT has become a commun- Education.Mrs. .

ternational convention in At- lies then hop the Atlantic fora Garvin, president and members Thomas of Antioch Baptist ity base service to prevent delinquency Williams Is a Model

lanta, the biggest conventionof series in Europe, Far East, thank their many friends Church, West Palm Beach. before it occurs Cities councilman, alsoa citizenship -

Jehovah's Witnesses ever Hawaii, and, final conventionin and members for their co- Remember to pray for the through some accomplish school instructor for

in the south, Mexico In December. operation in making this tea a sick, shut-in and men on the ments of this organization the Southern Christian Lead-

Delegates will attend from success. Total amount raised battlefield. Mrs. Imagene B. Williams ership Conference here whichis

all over the country, but pri- Hugo Boetius presiding $145.85.All secretary-treasurer was concerned with voter regis-

marily from 11 states in the minister of the Brownsville graduating seniors are CHRISTIAN VALLEYElder nominated for the 22nd annual tration, reading,writing,citi-

south. Some foreign delegatesare congregation, said membersof asked to turn their names in Dade County outstanding citi- zen demonstrations partici-

coming too. The eight-day the congregation here are to the church clerk, Miss A. Ford, pastor zens award, This was spon- pation, etc.

program will feature day and already arranging transportation Dessie Crockett. Service for Blondie Higgins, reporter sored by B'nai B'rith Sholem Rev. Williams is a gifted

night sessions and include and roomingaccommodations graduates will be held Sunday, 5431 Mayo St., HollywoodThe Lodge 1024 The luncheonwas minister, The gifted ministerand

Bible dramas and lectures. in Atlanta, where large June 15.Dinners. National Golden Stars held at the Dupont Plaza pianist and is available at

Theme of the convention is headquarters' staff will be sold at the along with the Little Shadows Hotel and Sen. Abraham Ribi- all times for special consul-

Peace On Earth" has assembled to prepare already for church Saturday. please call will appear at Christian Valley cuff (D., Conn.)was the speaker. tation, 1060 NW 62nd St. #32, r:

The Atlanta convention is the assembly 693-0820 or 693-0821 toplace this Saturday night in a musi- She is also the student Phone 759-9425. He is a news

-- your orders. cal program, come out and government association liai- reporter for the Gospel Reporter -

NEW HOPERev. Kazan Gets Please pray for the sick and hear these two great groups. son new careers trainee at in New York, N. Y,

shut-In. visitors are always Pray for the sick and shut- Miami-Dade Jr. College, Rev and SIs Williams will,be

W. E. Sims, pastor ReadyOn welcome at Mt. Tabor.MILLROCK. ins north campus. singing at:the YMCA on 15th

Elaine Gilbert, reporterThe May 23, the divan of Ka- Mrs. Williams recently attended Ave and 58th St., Sunday at

No. 2 Ushers' Board zah Temple 149 met with the PULPIT AID OF a conference on organizing 3 p.m.

would like to thank Imperial Deputy of the Desertof new careerist at the The UCBT is asking all citizens -
everyonewho ST. MATTHEWSThe New
Florida, Raynell E. Sloan 1 Careers Development to support your Model
helped to make their Sixth Rev. Andrew Jackson, pastor
who Laboratory School of Educa- Cities EOPI and CEP
along with the Temple's programs -
Anniversary a success. A E. Jackson, reporterThe Pulpit Aid Board of St. tion, New York University. ASharrle
special thanks to Rev. K. E. Potentate John W. Dillard, pastor and the church Matthews Baptist Church was *

Rogers. presiding. The !meeting was would like to thank the No 1 organized May 6, 1950 with ', "

The pastor urge all mem- very informative on the partof Ushers' Board for a job well Sister Lillian Clark as Presi- John Griffin Post No. 165 Holds

bers to attend our regular the deputy of the desert, done on their first anniver dent. Members were: Mary I

communion service Sunday at he gave the nobles that were sary. We would also like to Kemp, India Ferguson, Memorial Dav. Services

7 p.m. Prayer meeting on present some pertinent ideasas thank Rev. Nelson and congregation Geraline Lewis and Victoria
to how it awaken its John Griffin post No. 165
may ,
Thursday at 8 p.m.; BTU Sunday -:! for coming over and Smith.
line officers. He suggestedthat American Legion and the Aux- make this service a success.
at 5:30 is closing out the
these
.
p.m. Everyone anniversary.The Through members,
each officer his iliary will hold MemorialServices The general public is cordially
accept -
cordially invited to attend. Gospel Fellowship will the Board was able to furnish
share of the work and blameor Friday morning,7:00 at invited to attend.At .
We render service the
are planning another Wednesday pulpit on the platform
praise. All officers should Lincoln Memorial Cemetery.All 1 p.m.the Post will spon-
"Homecoming" by celebrating after the second Sunday in today.
keep an open mind and wel- legionnaires of the post and sor its first Memorial Day
our pastor's and church behalf of Men's Day. We are Mrs. Clark, president fore
come constructional changes. members of the auxiliary are barbecue at ,the home of past
anniversary combined, asking the cooperation of th 19 years of the Board says that
The main topic of the meet- urged to come out and help auxiliary president, Mrs.
this event will terminate on the church. during her tenure as presi-
fifth in ing was the line officers, but There will be dent it Mamie Montgomery, 1760 NW
baptism
Sunday June. ser- was a pleasure working -
Let us not forget our sick the plans for "Jubilee Day" vice the second Sunday at 7:30: with a most pleasant and MayDay Queen 55th St. All post members,
auxiliary and the public are
were also on the agenda,and it faithful
and
shut-ins
the bereaved group.
a.m.Don't urged to come help make this
was agreed that Kazah Temple
families. forget to pray for the The entire group thanks God
will open its jubilee day pro- sick and shut-in and the fight- for having come so far by faith z 1 affair a financial success.
Dinners (both chicken and
gram on June 8 at St. James
: IlOq MT' CARMEL ME'Church I ; on 65th St. Just Ing men in Vietnam. ..during: these ,past 19 leaf$. ribs) will be on sale for $1,50

; off 18th Ave. each.H. .

Rev. D. A. Bradley,pastor If you want to have the time MT. SINAI DAY SPRING W. Daniels, commanderand

Louise McGriff, reporter of your life come to the ladies Rev. Cleo Albury, pastorB. Mrs. Docia Howell is aux

The men for wish their help to thank which night get-to-gether on Friday Boney, reporterThe Rev. W. M. Slater,pastor iliary president.

everyone May 30, at the Hall, locatedat monthly church con- Ruby Burton, reporterThe
made 'their man's day a suc-
members wish to thank
3rd Ave. and 10th St.There ference will be held thurs-
cess. Special thanks to Rev. their friends who out to White Holds
came
will be and Lily
prizes
Atchison and surprisesfor day at 8 p.m. Membership attendance -
Tanner Sr. Rev.
make our Women's Day a great
all. Time 8 until
p.m. ? is requested.It's gyp,
to the visiting
Rev. Davis.Thanks success. We especially thank Election
: ; baccalaureate time I
friends. Sunday June 1 whengraduating our guest speakers. Election held for' all
was
Board
The No. 2 Ushers'
Sisters Lois
Katie Jackson
ZION HOPERev. ,
seniors from various high a new officers on Monday. The
will have a bar-b-que sale at Owens and Cora Mae
Cooperare
schools will worship with us members of 189 were to
sorry
the church starting at 12 Paul Freeman, pastor on the sick list. Pray for 1
during our 11 a.m. worship learn of the resigning of their
and Bessie Williams
o'clock, come by buy reporter the sick and shut-in.
services. secretary, Mrs Susan Wil
Little Miss Sabrina Thomas
something. Thursday night is Confer- Dean a sixth
Condolences to the ReNay ,
family llama Mrs. Ruth McKevinisthe
Pray for the sick and shut- was crowned princess of Zion all ,
ence night. .Asking mem grade student at Dunbar Ele-
of the late Mother Annie of that
ins and those who have lost Hope Ushers' Board No.2 president lodge.
bers
to be
Brookins,of 1122 NW 59th St. present.BETHLEHEM'. mentary School has been nam- The juniors held their meet-
some of their love ones. Pray Monday night, May 19. Second ed May Day Queen. Sharrle
To our sick, shut-ins and ing at the home of their con-
for the men in Vietnam. Visi- place was Little Miss Kathy ,was selected because of her
bereaved families. 'At
ductor. that time a candidate -
tors are always welcome Roberts.' scholastic aptitude 'dependa-
,
'or'membershlp Cheryl
,
The Dynamic Taylor Bro-
ST. MATTHEWSRev. Rev.r C. H. Smith, pastor bility, courtesy, physical Spann,was accepted. After the
Baptist Women'sCouncil thers, from Blackshear, Ga. Mary Hopkins reporter prowaess and personality,
business
will in' musical "meeting was over refreshments -
appear a program
Randall, pastor Holy communion service Recently, she was awardeda were served.
Friday at is 8 p.m. at the Wynell Turner, reporterOn Sunday evening at 7:00. gold medal by the Daughtersof Happy birthday wishes to
church. This sponsored byUshers'
Thursday night the Consecration hour of prayer American Revolution Mrs. Frances Cause, Mrs.
Board Z
The
No. ,
pub-
The Baptist Women's Council monthly conference will be is held each Sunday at 10:45 her prize winning essay on Bessie Smith and Mrs. Lula
lic is invited to
held its regular meetingthe cordially come ,Conducted, all members are and 6:45. Molly Pitcher, a heroine of Mobley.
out. Deacon Richard Williams
second, Friday in May at is requested to be present.Onthesecond Prayer meeting Wednesdayat the American Revolution. Her
St. Luke's Baptist Church president. InJunethe 8:00. paper was sent to the state
NEW 'BETHEL
Renumber the sick shutin ,
Rev. P. W. Williams, pastor. and members of bereaved, Mother Board and Deaconesses On Friday night our regular competition in Tallahassee,
There was quite attendance will celebrate their anni monthly conference will be Florida.
families in your prayers, Rev. Ernest Williams, pastor
and all were encouraged after versary. All members and held at 8:00.Condolences. Sherrie, daughter of Mrs.
with those of our friends Alice Harris reporter ,
along ,
listening to a letter from Mr. travel- friends are welcome.The to the Hardy's Cupidlne Dean, is a memberof .K
who are The Men's committeeis
and neighbors Day
Harold Dunsky of Florida Me- No. 1 Choir Anni- and Bridges' families during st John's Baptist Church
ing to and from their summer sponsoring a trip to Key
morial College developmentfund versary will be observed on their bereavement.Let's and is on her way to a perfect
West Memorial
vacations. Day. Dona-
who thanked the ladies the fourth Sunday in June. A not' forget our ,sick attendance award at Dunbar. tions $8 for adults children
,
for a check of $150. program is being planned for and shut-ins. She now eagerly awaits the under the 16
$6 round trip.
The president declined the MT. OLIVETTE this event, so please plan to ,..--..-- fall when she will enroll In All refreshments free. See
nomination to the Mission and attend. Madison Junior High.
Rev. G. W. Warren,pastor PILGRIM REST Deacon Bridgewater or Bro.
Fellowship Assembly which Pray for the sick and shut- Rease
for
your tickets.The bus
The pastor is asking the
will convene at Camp Yale in. NEW KINGDOMRev. will leave the church at 5:45 .,
members of Choirs 1 and
during the latter part of June.A No. --. Rev. J. C. Nelson, pastor Friday.
2 and the Ushers' to
motion prevailed that Mrs. accom- COMMUNITY BAPTISTRev. Myrtice Hicks, reporter J. Torrence,pastor
him to Beach
I C. Mickens and Dr. I. G. pany Boynton Holy communion will be ob- 0. Harris, reporter

Pratt represent the Baptist is Thursday,revival May 29 services, where for he B. L. Mick, pastor served after the evening service Everyone is invited to joinus NEW KINGDOMRev.

Council at this highly informative holding Robbie Dalley, reporterThe as usual, Sunday. in our old fashion revival
and instructive assembly. Rev. Lee. The bus will leave pastor and membersare Our revival services will meeting starting June 2-6th. James Pickett, pastor

The women immediately madean the church at 6 p.m. happy to announce that we begin June 2 13. Preaching Rev. W, B. Williams will be Bar-be-que is sold every

appropriation to assist in Sunday being the first Sun- have moved to our new and begins on the 9th. Rev. F. L, the speaker. Friday night and dinners are

defraying their expenses to day, we will have commun permanent location at 5619 Johnson, pastor of Browns- Our pastors installation sold on Saturday at the church,

and from this assembly. ion. All choirs will sing jointly Pambroke Rd., West Holly- ville Baptist Church Is the service will start June 16-22. 2385 NW 60th St. Phone 633-

Mrs. Ella Baker and Mrs. and the pastor will officiateat wood. Our services will begin speaker. Come out and hear We are asking all our friendsto 5685.

Rosa Garrison gave a both services.All with the evening service at 7 this great man.Continue join us on both occasions. There will be a musical pro-
finanThe
cial f the members of the youth to for the sick gram at the church on the sec-
report o p.m we are asking your pray pray Please pray for the sick and
second Friday night in June choir who have not receivedthe ers for the sick and visitorsare and less fortunate and rem- in in your prayers and ond Sunday at 3 p.m.

will close the Baptist Women's new uniforms please see always welcome to wor- ember the boys on the battlefield don't forget the men in Vietnam There is prayer meeting

Council for three months. Mrs. Rushing. ship with us. every Tuesday at 7:30 p.m.lu. .





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I I Urban League Has 62 Projects Worth $2,500,000BIRMINGHAM I :



I AlabamaThe ghettos. Mr. Young revealed that 20 greater voice in activities that in the nation's urban and rural more viable force in theblack"-

; National Urban League Whitney M. Young, Jr., the of the 93 local Urban League affect their lives.Fortytwo ghettos.The community and the nation.
organization's executive dir- branches across the countryhad similar grants 20 grants representedthe Noting that over twothirdsof
established 62,new programs to ector, made the announcementat received a half-million have been made by the League final round of allocations to the 93 local Urban Leagueshad
strengthen the economic, a two-day meeting of the dollars in grants in the last since last fall, bringing to local branches in the League'snew now received funds,
social and political power lot League's 55-member Board few days for projects aimedat sixty-two the n u m b e r ot pro- thrust to build "ghetto Tucker emphasized that all 93
the masses in America's black of Trustees here. giving ghetto residents jects launched by the League power." The League has dis- were intensifying their efforts
t tributed about $2,500,000 to in the ghetto.
start the sixty-two projects. James A. Linen, Presidentof

In a nnoun c Ingthealloca. Time toe., and current
_ CALL TO ACTIONThe tions, Mr. Young emphasized President of the National Ur-

that they represented only the ban League, said of the new !
national Urban League has submitted to President Nixon NEIGHBORHOOD YOUTH CORPS beginning of the League's attempt projects:
recommendations on the Urban and racial crises. Among job programs in the public sector,the NeighborhoodYouth to help mobilize Negro "The emphasisoneconomic '
In its totality, this document is a summary of every racial Corps is our best program of guaranteed public service!, communities and to aid them development, consumer edu- I
S issue in America and possible solutions. For this reason, employment today and it should be continued and greatly in Identifying and solving their cation, and community organization -
we would like to share with our readers the Urban League'sposition strengthened. Its administrators however, should become as problems. means that the need I:
on the problem that confronts every black American concerned about the productivity of the labor they subsidizeand "Difficult as this job has for ghetto power is recognized !
-- racism and the effects of racism. the scope of the basic education and training provided as been, he said, "the word and will be acted on through ;
Because of the length of the recommendations, "A Call To they are about getting income into the hands of their enrollees. from the field is that we are grass-roots efforts of local
Action" Is being printed weekly in six parts. Today's articleis In addition, sponsors should be required to demonstrate the making a tremendous Impactasanorganlzingforcewith Urban Leagues."
the second in this series. ability to employ Youth Corps labor for useful public service i Of the twenty new activities

t purposes and be encouraged to undertake such innovations as black communities all over the announced, half are in the area \
MANPOWER POLICY sheltered workshops and vested interest projects for slum country." of community organization :
1\. INFLATIONThe areas. Opportunities should also be developed within the program Sterling Tucker, director of with the rest distributed be- "
National Urban League is appalled by the proposal to for rural residents, those locked in the rural ghetto. the Field Services office in tween economic development, :
allow the unemployment rate to rise to 5.5 percent as a meansof NEW CAREERSThe Washington, which supervisesthe housing, consumer education :
curbing inflation. Recent figures indicate a current unem- New Careers is the most
program intriguing of current sixty-two projects, ,:said and public education. This
ployment rate of 3.3 percent for the general population and work programs, but it is too new for adequate evaluation. the total number of awards ex- final round of program funding -
6.6 percent among minority groups.An increase in the overall Although it seems unlikely ever to be a large-scale jobcreation ceeded the number thought also represents a diversified ;
figure to 5.5 percent immediately suggests an increase in Unemployment program, experience, to date, indicates its definite potential possible last year. regional attack on basic '
for members of minority groups to 11 percent at as a second chance for those with ability but who lack "We had hoped to help fifty ghetto problems. '
1
least. preparation. Career ladders with a definitive progression for affiliates the first year," Mr. Major financial contribu- .
A recent Department of Labor study shows an unemployment training have not yet been developed and using agencies have Tucker said, lib u such excit- tions have been made toward \
rate of 40 percent in the black community in Philadel- not as yet developed programs in which the measurable progress ing proposals were developedat establishing the projects by
phia. In light of such data, the National Urban League considersit of an Individual up the career ladder can be assessed. the local level that we the Ford Foundation, the 1
to combat inflation an increasein
unthinkable by manipulating
decided to stretch the moneyas Rockefeller Foundation, the
the unemployment rate. far as it could possibly go. Richard King Mellon Foundation
would wreak havoc in black communities and
Such a policy We are extremely pleased by the Alfred P.Sloan Found ;
result in a widespread loss of gains previously made. We to make i;
this beginning effort a t ion and the Rockefeller
strenuously recommend the exploration of all other measures i t a#rx
the Urban League an even Brothers Fund.
capable of curbing inflation.
MANPOWER DEVELOPMENT
The Employment Act of 1946 for the fist time establishedas Urban League '
public policy the nation's commitment toachieve and main-
tain an adequate supply of jobs. This is a goal we have yet to Offices
Community
attain, although progress has been made. In recent years, the <,
Manpower Development and Training Act of 1962 has per-
mitted retraining of the displaced and training the under- LEAP. 1112 NW 62nd Street 758-5551 Jobs with a

educated and underskilled to fill jobs for which no skilled ap- x future in the building trades.

plicants were available.The .
Economic Opportunity Act has inspired series of programs OPERATION EQUALITY-395 NW First Street- 377-3681 '
designed to help the poor to earn their way out of pov- 2338 All Baba Ave. Opa-locka 685-0342-6740 NW 15th
q 6p Ave 691-3811 2001 NW 35th St. 633-3900 3378
erty and join the mainstream of an increasingly affluent so-
ciety. *< t Douglas Road, Coconut Grove 448-6268. Assistance in
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As a result, thousands have new skills, new jobs, new paychecks locating housing.
new confidence. Important as these gains are, how
ever, these programs are still conducted on an essentially -'R -- .._-- _.,------ '.,,,,? FAMILY PLANNING-4638 NW 27th Avenue 633-2573.
experimental scale. Information for family planning assistance.
Effort Closes When
The most important gain has been in the Federal experi- Long
ence in the identification of problems long ignored; in increased NEIGHBORHOOD DEVELOPMENT-1001 NW3d Avenue
visibility for people long neglected; in aroused public Pool OpensOn 377-5264. Citizen action to change ghetto conditions.

concern; in the development of workable techniques.But .
the overall task ha s hardly begun. Specific problemshave May 3, 1969, Brentwood James McCall, NickSileo,and G.A.S.S. 395 NW First Street 377-3681. Organizingfor
been attacked and resolved but each achievement has revealed Park Pool in Carol City openedto Kenneth Nelson. ghetto power.
the existence of still more intransigent problems,problems residents.The The H e f 11 e r Construction
never clearly recognized and never systematically at- first cool splashes of Company agreed to' lease
tacked.At youngsters climaxed almost Brentwood Park Pool to the CITIZENS CORPS 395 NW First Street 377-3681.

current levels, these manpower programs can no more two years of a sometimes County. This was brought Volunteer service for ghetto residents.
than hold their own but, with the,base in experience that has "warm" effort to reopen the before the City Commissionand l
been obtained, broad application of proven techniques is now pool--an effort that began in approved. However,it was
feasible. September 1967,when Clifford then learned that the pool's [,
There is no doubt that it is necessary.The time has clearly Straus of the UrbacLeaguet condition had so deterioratedfrom
come to move beyond the experimental stage and recent experience staff met with several city officials neglect that substantial
proves that we are able to do so. and area residents to funds would be needed for re-
The National Urban League calls for a vast expansion of set into motion planning to habilitation. Funds had to be
currently successful manpower training programs (on-job- open Brentwood Park Pool. allocated for repairs in the upcoming
training, Neighborhood Youth Corps and Special Impact Pro- The Urban Leaguehadbecome budget, delaying the
'; grams) on a scale calculated to meet the nation's total need. involved in working with pool's opening for a year.
In 1939, with the Works Progress Administration in effect, area residents and city officials Working with Mr. StrauswereBillyWilcoxofFHA I
,'' 66 percent of the labor force and 2.8 percent of the Gross Na :-F:
+, tional Product were involved in the overall effort. to open the pool; as a John Grene, Administrative
Today, such programs involve only five-tenths of one per- community pool is an attractive Assistant to the County Man-
cent of the labor force and one-tenth of one percent of the asset to an area and an ager, andBlairShickE.O.P.I.
Gross National Product. incentive to an integrated Legal Services. as
MINIMUM WAGE neighborhood to remain a Thanks to the perseveranceof 4 ?
The National Urban League is firmly committeed to the community of proud home all involved, BrentwoodPark
1.1" proposition that a man who works should earn enough to sup- owners of all races. Pool is now open..Just
port life for himself and his family. Consequently we urgently Among the many community in time to cool off Carol City
recommend that a minimum wage of $2 per hour be established residents to work with Mr. families during the hot Miami
with automatic increases consistent with the cost of Straus on the project were summer.
living index and extended to everyone who works. We further -----
J.D. & HIS BROTHER BOB SAYS
recommend the Inclusion
of
protections for both the employerand
Miami Ads Don't Cost
the employee based on precedents in the Trade ExpansionAct
of 1962. They Pay "COME TO
We recognize the amount of controversy surrounding this
,. proposal, but we are certain both that the proposal can be THE BURGERLOO"
justified and that it is essential to any concerted attack on

; poverty.The JOHNSON AND JOHNSON What You Need ... We Got!
principal argument against it is that if
employers are
SHOE STORE & REPAIR NO.1 I l& 2
required to pay marginal workers even the present minimum
6858 NW 15th Ave 5930 NW 17th Ave "BURGER-LOO "
wage, there are many who won't employ marginal workers, CHEESE BURGER
Ibadlng to increased unemployment. Under the Trade Expan- For tired, aching feet FISH MILK SHAKE
sion Act, however, when it is found that an employer is excessively MOLD SHOES
,affected by imports and employees are, therefore .IcUol*, dentists shoes forwaitress, surgeons, *81G% MAC'CHICKEN FRENCH FRIES
threatened with dismissal, the employer is offered a subsidy beauticians, barbers, SOFT
I to encouage his movement into another line of business. Under businessmen who spend DRINKS
t' r the Assistance for Workers provision of the Act,workers are long hours on their feet. 5321 NW 21th AVENUE

\ provided with a cash readjustment allowance, jobreplacement FOR MEN & WOMEN OPEN 1 DAYS A WEEK
and a cash relocation allowance for any required geographical
1\ move. Buy f.o shoes to work In 1166 N.'.'. 95TH STREET:
until you try a pair of
\ 'We believe that similar provisions in anew minimum wage our famous MOLD SHOES. ACROSS FROM CENTRAL\ HIGH SCHOOL
law would prove workable.
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By LARRY THOMAS position as writer for the advertising Attractive guy that he is, had to fight in order to prove erous amount of job offers,the says one day he hope to marry.
There is nothing to indicate department of EO PI. Robert Hall is dedicated to himself. Instead he fought with latest being a head-writer fora To some t it is still hard to
that Robert L. Hall is 18 years Then, on March 3 he was commissioned his job. scheming thinking ability. motion picture firm. Since think of or imagine Robert
old. The face is still boyishand by Mayor Stephen His anger is quick when in Since the day of his appoint- jobs come so easily to him, Hall as a represenator, for
he still carries the same Clarke as a youth represenator. defense to a statement such as ment to office, he has worked he gets the impression people they say he looks like the type
babyish smile that hid his age "all Negroes in the Grove are close at hand to the assist think of him as a "mister who would like to become a
so well. The hair he used to After the meeting with the alike, mean". To a statementof City Manager Ted Nicholesand know it all nigger", ladys man Robert far from
wear short Is now afrocutan mayor two months ago, the this nature he becomes irate Superintendent of parks being that :would blush helplessly
well groomed. The causal newly elected Hall's namehad and, outspoken "show me one Ernie Doering. Through them Being young is a problem*, and respond.
dress has been replaced by been scattered faintly thru- kid in the Grove thats totally, his ideas will be transferredinto he says "because when I tell
bell-bottoms, body shirts and out the Grove. Since then his I mean all the way bad and I'll a happening thing. people r m a youth represenator don't"I'm in minor politics and
boots. There is nothing to indicate name has been heard by almost show you two who are totally "I've seen people come and they doubt me and say,I'm care about my looks".
the fact that Hall is the everyone throughout city good," stresses Hall "and if say, you know-they're goingto too young. 1 would have taken Robert L, Hall is that young
youth represenator of Coconut hall, and some of the top business they're bad, it's because their do this and that. Yet, never that headwriters job but for American who'll turn the Ne-
Grove and personal represen- firms about the young parents just don't give a hoot." do it. All they did was talk. the moment I'm interested in gro district into an upgrade
tative of the mayor. 18-year old represenator. Even today he fears an impossibility But never any action". Hallis this line of work". community and perhaps get
One year ago he made him- Handsome as he is, Robert "you tell a parent not fully an adult, yet he that Pulitzer prize winning
self wide-eyedly known in the Hall spends little time at the about their kids behavior and sees and understands as one.' The month after he was novel. But for the moment
Grove through an article which local parties and get togethers.He's they get uptight. I get the His ideas are fresh and young, commissioned he wanted to you'll see him from behind
appeared in the Village Post either home working on weirdest feeling that they're yet the goal is basically the call it quits, because of an shades, wearing bellbottomsand
Magazine entitled "Rally to that so called Pulitzer prize going to slap me to the floor.' same as all the other so-called argument with one of the adultsin boots.And perhaps holding
Reason". From there the novel, which he'll probablynever Hall, the gentlemen's gen- community helpers "up grad- the community. He would a copy of the Fantastic Four.
wheels began to turn. He was finish or out on the hunt tleman shys away from vio- ing decency" have done so if not for the None the least he's still the
informed that be had received to find a solution to one of lence. Being the only boy During the term in his encouragement of his girl handsome represenator of Coconut -
a college scholarship and a those community problems. among four sisters he never position, Hall has had a num friend Yvonne Smith, whom he Grove. .









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30 THE MIAMI TIMES, Friday, Moy 30, 1969

': Outstanding Edison Athletes Honored I


"MY The Athletic AwardsAs- petition of Dade-County sports. ern and Palmetto, the future more Ritchie, Alfred James Barr,
Moore
) football contests looks very good! I Nathaniel I
sembly at Miami Edison Sr. With two year
Harris.
) High on Monday, May 19 was agreed upon with Northwest Standing left to right: Wil Flagg, and Lonnie

TIME IiMy ) an outstanding event of the

I year. The top award of the 4'4'y
i best all around athlete was 1
>xtM
r.v PHIL DIXON made to Nathaniel Moore, all
I county football halfback and

L: leading ground gainer,who has
- - - - -
letters in football and basket-
friends said I couldn't go hippie; they were wrong. This ball and ran on the track team
week, I did a thing like lived with these kids. I wasn't able to in 1968.
find out what their aims in life were or even what they are

trying to put across, however, I know their methods are real Gentleman athlete, Alfred

crazyl Barr, won a standing ovationby
the student body and an extra
Fve talked to a lot of the demonstrators; but none of them
award as outstanding in
have been able to give me a program they are demonstrating
ti football, as did Andrew Vic-
i for. My question to all of the demonstrators isIf you want rr
trum who set the new FHSAA
to change my life, give me; something to replace 1tI! Anyonewho State Record of 6'71/4" at
is younger than thirty must remember, (1)) Fro older, ((2)I ) Gainesville recently He was
want and will listen to ideas and programs that are better
also first in the district meet
than mine. However, I must do a thing like tell you, until you
and an all county track selection
who are younger come up with a life that Is better than mine,
!
let me live .. don't knock it okay. Thank you. Being a nonviolent IJa b:

person, I know a whole lot of violent people; and any James Flagg is an excellent
r of you "so called violent people" who want to, I will intro scholar and basketball player.

duce you to someone who will get as violent as you want.
Lonnie Harris won credit asa
Thanks to a couple of friends, I caught the fights last week. leader in football and as all
I enjoyed myself until the main bout. Al Jones, if you :want to county line- backer. His sen-
keep respect of people I know, start fighting. I don't know if ior basketball team won the

anyone has told you, but your last fight was a set up. I don't intramural trophy.
have but there few that will M M1
personal knowledge; are a people
Wilmore Ritchie
as a sophomore .
never be convinced that the "Cat" didn't take a dive.A .
lettered in football and

few people I know real well, will be celebrating our track and played basketball.He .
twentieth year out of high school next year. Why we will get is a potential great Red !
together, I will never know; however, we have had a lot of Raider in the next two years.
fun and I must say to all the '49ers, congrats.
The athletic abilities of

Next week! I'll be able to talk about the county's summer these young men helped Edison

recreation program in depth. From a couple of contacts, I take some big steps toward a
have an idea that there is a lot in store for those who will take great season in the keen com. ,

part in the program. None of programs are "the best" in the

world; however, they are "the best" we have right now. The AWARDS DAY
orderly and constructive changes can be and will be made by
The North Dade Junior High
people who use what they have wisely.
School annual awards day
program --- .4

Sport of the week: Pat Barnes congrats sweetie, you fin will be held Tuesday, t 43ti
ally made it, even though you have made an old man out of me. June 3 at 10:45 a.m. in the _
Until next week, please remain a good sport. school auditorium.


I The Life Of Jack Johnson Published


"Black Champion: The Life came, though never prosperous Johnson's frantic and often t ,
And Times of Jack Johnson"by were by no means quiet colorful life ended tragicallyin 4

Finis Farr is the true story and uneventful. Johnson de- 1946 when, driving his car .
behind the legend of the-great veloped a gift for extemporaneous In North Carolina lost con-

heavyweight boxing champion chatter, in a mystical, trol and crashed. Ironically,
s whose uninhibited ego and un- allusive style not unlike that Johnson was buried next to

defeatable skill brought about of the Negro cult leader who his second wife in Chicago's ,z p
the worldwide search for a called himself Father Divine.By exclusive Graceland Cemetery

"Great White Hope". The the late twenties,Johnson's in the very county that in
book, with photographs, will lectures had taken a moralizing its zea 1 for reform had made
be published as a 75-centFaw- tone and he was talking Johnson its scapegoat and ..iRs

cett Gold Medal paperback in' from pulpits; on one occasionhe ignited the racial bigotry that a
r June. even addressed the Ku Klux swept the country. I
Klan. He was still fighting occasionally Jack Johnson's story "The ..
Jack Johnson became the
first Negro, to win the world's doing his vaudeville Great White Hope" is currently Work is finally moving along at three pool locations in the Northwest sec

heavyweight title by defeatingJim routine, and even attempting breaking box office recordson tion: NW 24th Ave. and 48th St., N. W. 26th Ave. and 71st St. and 17th Ave.
a motion picture ca Broadway, and,film rights
Jeffries in 1910. There is reer. have been sold for $600.000. and 87th St. In photo, construction workers digging deep diving section of

no question about Johnson'scool : Poinciana Park Pool at NW 26th Ave. and 71st St. The construction workers
forceful ability in the
ring. Boxing historian Nat Miamian Gets Coaching commented that "the almost daily occurrence of vandalism to property and

Fleischer wrote, "I have no equipment necessary in completion of the pool at this site'' is slowing the

hesitation in naming Jack Bill Barber, an outstandingsplit tained by the Richmond Rebels workers down tremendously and at- times bringing work to a near standstill.
Johnson the greatest of end with Richmond's professional from the Wheeling Ironmen in
: them all." But there was a football teams since 1965 and enjoyed ,outstanding Assuming the culprits are youth, they are postponing their own enjoyment in

great deal of indignation from 1965, has b een named an assistant success with the Rebels and the use of the completed pool" However, the construction workers are re-

white boxing fans, and John football coach at the Mustangs.Last pairing the damages done to construction work and are working at a double

son's life style inflamed their George Wythe High School in year, Barber, who has pace trying to complete the swimming pool and facilities. Upon completionof

{1 prejudices. Richmond The appointment, Va. was announced excellent speed to go along the pools a complete program of swimming instruction will be provided including -

Seldom has any man livedas by Tom Throck- with 26 passes his slick for moves 424 yards, caught and all phases of the learn-to-Swim program through senior life saving.

recklessly as Jack Johnson morton, head grid coach at the four touchdowns for the Road- Upon request, water safety instructor courses will also be given.tIU1 .
his at the school.
thumbing nose
runners. Barber also played
conventions of both races. He Barber, who has been teaching
three years with the Calgary
married three beautiful white in the Charles CityCounty
Stampeders of the Canadian
'. women, and neither the pros school system, thus becomesthe
Football League and one year
pect of jail (for trumped-up first Negro to be named a with the Pittsburgh Steelers of Ui
morals charges) or exileself coach of, a major sport at a the National Football League.
Imposed to escape the jail predominantly white high
sentence) could quell his school the Richmond metropolitan Barber is a 1953 graduateof

spirit. area.A Booker T. Washington High
6-2, 195-pound native of and the son of Mr. and Mrs. rci ? _-di
During the lean, hard years Miami, Barber was an excel Willie D. Barber of 1012 NW a

.i Johnson spent roaming lent offensive receiver under 64th St. The senior Mr. Bar- ____________
through Europe and Central Jake Gaither at Florida A&M ber is employed at Bonded
I America as an unwelcome University. Barber was ob- Rental Agency. HONDA

visitor, he was scheduled for a

i ( few boxing matches, but none DOUBLE mm
i of these really challenged his
Most of his time P
( ability. was Wanted
Help '
) spent touring with his, third Friday And Saturday
wife In a vaudeville act. TRULY NOLEN EXTERMINATING BIG
I 1:15 & 8:00 p.m.
Permanent employment. Salary or commission.No .
In 1920, Johnson decided to
return to the United States, experience necessary. We will train..

01' where he surrendered to the Must be bondable. Drivers license helpful.

police and spent the next year Many fringe benefits. Apply in person.
of his life to jail By this time
r he had loSt'the championship 600 NW 7th AVENUE
(J6)
and his wife--but not his self-

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V.F.W. Post 5693 Activities

FOR SALE
The VFW Post 5693 had a Hall, 27th Ave. at 151st St.
gala affair at the lovely homeof Opa-locka. Come out and enjoy $400 DOWN FHA
Mr. an Mrs. T. Chipman, the fun. 1361 NW 53rd STREET
15721 NW 17th Pl., Saturday. Lovely 2 bedroom CBS
The large variety of food, wall to wall carpets, 2
drink and games kept the FOR SALE Ioleusied porches, like new.
; crowd gay and happy throughout * *
the evening. The trip to 3 bdrm, garage, $250 down $400 DOWN FHA
Nassau was won by Mr.Ernest $110 month 1934 NW 43rd Street
Huff of 1810, NW 152nd St. 2267 NW 93rd Street Nice 2 bedroom CBS, Fla
Mr. Willie/'Cason of Post * room, carport. Hurry, this

5693 presented, ] trophies to 2 bdrm, 2 bath, $600 down will sell fast.
* *
H n '' the winners jind runner-up of $125 month
the Voice of,Democracy con 715 NW 52nd Street NO QUALIFYING
test on Thursda !jMay 22. The * HOME AND INCOME
winner was Fred Williams of 35 NW .41st Street
I Miami Northwestern Sr. High 2 bdrm, double garage, Nice 2 bedroom, CBS, Fla
and the runner-up, Theora luxury home. $700 down 3 bedroom, 1 bath, vacant.
mSigmas Rivers of Miami Jackson. $145 month CBS in front. Rear house
Congratulations! 1177 NW 48th Street frame. Rents for $85 mo.
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the Police
.1. Benevolent
')0., ... y" ,\ $130 month 6330426NO

Honor J. ,B. Moses Speak At FMCPhi $14,000 VALUE 15820 NW 27th Place


Beta Sigma Fraternity, Inc., Tampa-St. Pete Chapter honors veteran Only $9500
2 bedroom
1 both 2355 HW t<
civic worker, and businessman J.. P. Moses for outstanding community service. 155th St. 864442. (M30)) QUALIFYING

Sigma I Thomas Jackson presents plaque and Sigma Alexander Bess attends 3 bedroom, 2 both 6 yrs old
wheel chair at recent Orchid Ball.
tI".c" '. Refrigerator & Stove Included

TY I Near elementary school, bus routes & X-Way

REAL $2,600 down $125 pays all


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recently over the world first generation of an affluent
'values. Some young college society, they had never ex- WILL SELL FOR FHA VALUATION AUTO INSURANCELow

students talk freely about how perienced poverty, or hungeror Modern 3 bedroom CBS on large landscaped lot. Premium Rates f 1J

the values of their parents are any of the depression type Awnings, awning windows, gas heat, front porch, Low Monthly Payments :." M"
greatly different from theirs. inconveniences that their par- FHA price $14,800, $450 down, $106.40 month .'
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A recent CBS TV program, ,, '
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and all kinds of life styles that 9i30-4iOO ."
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variance of values of youthvs. do not agree with teir their new wall to wall carpeting large screened In patio. BROWN REALTY & INSURANCE AGENCY
adults. The youth and found campus new FHA price $14,900, $,4)0 down and $107.14 mo.
adults in this case, college There was a bright side to the 740 NW 7th Avenue
program. According to sta- 7540655CARLTON
students and their
parents -
were at odds with each other tistics garnered by CBS, after WILL SELL FOR FHA VALUATIONLike

over the values that they con- thousands of interviews with new 3 bedroom, 2 bath CBS, large modern t
kitchen, stove, refrigerator, 3 cycle air
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on
subject non-college youngsters FHA price # 6,500, $600 down, $117.89 month .
the sore matters of dress, aOT4NW 19 STREET BROKER
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in which their washergarbage disposal, wall to' wall "
life styles parents : carpeting( ,
could generation.dress in They any way felt they they had reared them. ', FHA price $17,000, $?O down; $120.86 month.;:;_; (Closed Friday, Saturday and Sunday)

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hard work; responsibility forone's WILL SELL FOR FHA
wanted to, discard religion, VALUATION

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self; and a need to achieve in corner BY OWNER
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the guise of defining for jalousie windows
anything to do with this old- appliances. Near shopping.
themselves who and what they FHA price $17,000 $700 down
are. It was painful to watch fashioned concept? Could this 120.86 month.1RSa''xaL' 3639 NW i5 th Avenue

the parents bare their thoughtson also suggest something more ; "' :' : CBS building, over 2,000 square ft. with park-
important? That the non-col- it; FOR FHA VALUATlMWf
television. Their rightful ing. Ideal for children's medical
lege young will have to bear b.dro',2; bath CBS, very large totmfz nursery,
Indignation in some Instances '
their ,frustrations at the brunt of world responsibility wall heat owning' 15x30 swimming pool.;FHA2 building, insurance office, small church.
; because their college $11,500700 Jown. $124.57 ;. nth\ not being able to fathom their price For Appointment Call:
brethern will not be prepared
and their feelings of
young ,
; realistically to meet the chal- MR. FORD 751-3659
guilt toward having providedtheir HOME & INCOME BANK TERMS -
young with all the lux- lenges of the world as we knowit Lovely CBS at 2245 NW 96th St. with smaller
today?And,indeed,the chal- CBS in Front house has
uries an affluent society expects rear. large open porch,
,'put them on the firing lenge of the world of tomor Florida room, tile roof, carport, wall to wall carpeting -
row. The safe cocoon of the new stove and refrigerator. Rear house Houses For All Cash
line.Painful campus has to be shed event- has new appliances, too; and both are fully furn-
as it was, it was ually. The student will have to ished. Bargain at $22,500. Bank qualifying terms. GOOD TO LIVE IN OR RENT OUT!
downright discouraging and make hi s way in all avenuesof
unbelieveable to witness their life that still cling to old -
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and good values. Pity ,
their parent's values and dis- poor kids. They'll need it. INVESTMENT PROPERTIES ((2)) 1293 NW 44th St. ((2 houses) 6,500
card ,them completely. They Better still, pity us. We have several duplexes as well os 5 and'6 unit
buildings that you,can buy with a low down pay- ((3)) 3207 NW 68th St. 4,000
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FHA TERMS "'

((1)) 1121 NW 51st St. CBS, '2 story duplex. ((8)) 2451 NW 95th Terr. ((2 houses) 8,000

$350down. ,$125 month pays'all. 'REAL TV

((2)) 2125 NW CBS duplex.. 3'bedroom 3639 NW 15th Avenue
bedroom
and 2 $250 down. $99 mo. BROKER Office Building, air conditionedGood
"
pays all. 4932 NW 7th Ave. for church, nursery or

((3)) 3147 NW 66th St. bedroom CBS"beauty.. PI '9.4371 business
$400 down. $101 month pays all. I Total price $25,000, $5,000 dwn.


((4)) 2417NW43rd St.3 bedroom, CBS, $300 CAROL, CITY SHOPPING CENTER WE HAVE MANY CBS HOUSES

down, $92 month pays all. 2134 NW '183rd STREET 624-3666 FORD REALTY, INC. BROKER

((5)) 4020 NW 12th Ave. 2, bedroom, frame Z k,*; 'Open Evenings Sundays

beauty. $250 down, $82 month pays all. ',.tV';, A, .,. ,..""" PHONE: 751-3659 NITES 2261481Ii






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I By GENE GRIENER

( _______n__" '. _ ::: ::: ;:: :: :::: =: : :: ___ Gr

For Today Grandmother's GardenPetunias

o God: in each shade and hue,
Give me strength to live another day; Larkspurs in blue yytto /
Let me not turn coward before its difficulties or And pink.Bachelor.
prove recreant to its duties;
Let me not lose faith in my fellow men; buttons in a tone
Keep me sweet and sound of heart, in spite of Whose texture shone

ingratitude, treachery, or meaness; Like mink.
Preserve me from minding little stings or

1, giving them; Sweet Williams, poppies, four o'clocksand
Help me to keep my heart clean, and '
HollyhocksWere
.Ma we n werul>a.p.a
to live so honestly and fearlessly that there

no outward failure can dishearten me or take With zinnias, gourds and foxgloveTo w.o mar ant .. r$
away the joy of conscious integrity; share her love a.r un our..+.a wmww .

Open wide the eyes of my soul that I may see And care. Waal euowrR aa.
iti, good in all things; d q

Grant me this day some new vision of Thy truth, Craig Christensen # ,* ,ww+n'al
Inspire me with the spirit of joy and gladness; ..
Soul SearchingWhy ,,, , q
and make me the cup of strength to suffering "
"
souls; in the name of the Strong Deliverer, YARIETY WITHNurse IIMMIE 8R0W
I born VISIT
was ?
Our only Lord and Savior, Jesus Christ.
A lowly soul cried;,

Phillips BrookAnimals What is my purpose
For being alive?
A gentle voice whispered ;n

Don't despair,little soul,
You do have a purposeIn __om
life, three-fold. Sharon Jenks, R.. N., end her little patient Lori McMiller, age 3,
I love animals, Take the rays of the sun, will be celebrating National Hospital Week at Variety Children's Hos ptal.

As Especially they run dogs around; The The coolness strength of of waters the oak, then, ,;j. They are shown with the Jimmie Brown display depicting a small boy'svisit I
to them fall. the hospital.
And I like see to
like cloak
Spread a .. ....
-
If you keep them with loving care, Over those who are troubled ',

Maybe they will give back So they may find ;,::, Older boys want to be Water Pail Al Night
Their share. True happiness, peace in YoungerTo
This world of Mine. :i-> charm innocent young girls.
By Robert Coleman ,\"
Carol City Junior High Vivian M. Singerling Younger boys want to be I drew some water from the well
', ':! Older and noted how the night sky fell

How can you say "Thanks' when nothing has World of PanicWhat To take the girls with the with brilliant stars aimed at the land,
been given? bouncy curls. hard for one to understand.
Or how can you say "I'm dead when you is panic , .1 I put the sloshing bucket down
haven't been living? that it drapes f', As the years pass -- upon the well-curb stony brown,
How can you say 'Tm sorry" when nothinghas the image of the world "'" Older boys change their minds; and saw, as water quieted,
been done? in ghastly strangeness .\, the points of stars shine on this bed.

How can you say "We're winning" -- when hideous frightening, ? ..,**: .- For- the older boys take And listening for a while I went
its terror '<, Older with of someone's firmament.
the game has been won? very -%! part
giving birth into that alien world ''I 1 Girls, and leave the For some things words cannot avail:

By Lucille Smith the desire for a hungering power \.(! <, Younger ones behind. I carried stars back in a pail.Daniel .
Carol City Junior High to command .;", ?
i ,an austere enemy .' By Sandra Atchison Smythe
The Feeling of SpringAs in an unwelcome land! i," Carol City Junior High

,. .
I leave my home each morning, Dorothy Mitchell Bechhold What was I? 1

I look about me just to see, I was a young
While on my daily journey, An ImpossibilityOne boy in the eighth grade
What about me there could be. going into the ninth grade Call
not hide secret from oneself
can a with a in
glem my eyes.
The grass is wet with morning few, For conscience is a constant tettle-tale. tJ
The birds all sing high in the trees, One can not place it in a water pail What am I? CHARLES
Just as they sing for me and you Nor shove it underneath the Holland delf. I am what I am
When the wind blows a cool breeze.As and what I hope to be ROGERS
Unlike a diminutive, fragile elf, in the future. It seems
I look, just to be looking, Remembering is healthy, strong and hale. that whatever I am AT PL 1-7502
What about me there could be, One cannot hide a secret from oneself I can hope to be better.
FOR A GOOD BUY ON A
I can smell my mother's cooking; For conscience is a constant tattletale.One .
As I leave my home each morning What can I become? PIANO, ORGAN, SCOTT
This is what I see. .. might as well regard it as old pelf I can become better than STEREO OR ORCHESTRA
; Like lucre that has over-weighed a scale
'40-\ my ancestors and have a better INSTRUMENTS.
By Brenda Pollock ,, Or property that never is for sale. life. I can become a better
Carol City Junior HighSummer :""'"' It matters not how high one makes a shelf, citizen or even a better

,;' One cannot hide a secret from oneself. person in life
"
t' '
By Elbert Waters
-
: Remelda Gibson Carol City Junior High
"*i
Well, the spring season is about gone "A New Year Is Born"With
And summer's coming . OF RECOGNITIONI
With its hot days and all.
all the wonders of each day knocked and knockedon

"1' But I can't complain The good, the bad, the bright, the gay, fame's front door,
Because each summer day is my claim We now look back without regret, blind to the sign --
With its hot days and all. For God knows all our past we spent, fame must be won;
For Him, or not for Him, He knew, my knuckles rapped
But I enjoy summer Our lives well measured false or/true; their brief encore;

Because I like going from the shadowsI
To the beach, We look to Him for better health, seek the sun . .
We look to Him for greater wealth, Gene Griener
Kicking and splashing in We look to Him when things go wrong, t41A ?

'-,' The cool waters, :*L And soon He fills our hearts with song, In Memoriam:
the blue surf. 'v'(:' Why not thank God when we are blessedHe
Riding big, ,
'" will redeam our soul with happiness. . Vietnam 1969 0 aWE
breezes make shiver '
Cool me Cleo Sorrels . will include a silent vigil
out but *T'It's -
I
When come and fast, and the reading of the
like heaven on earth. :. .r
1 names of all the American '
SELL HAPPINESS
,"" Regina dead in the Federal Building, .
In the morning I look around This bird of paradiseis 51 SW 1st Ave,Thursday, May AMERICA'S LARGEST DISPLAYAt
birds
And listen to the singing
29 at 12 o'clock
blue ' marked with lark-blue tongue beginning the crotf .ad* of North-South Expressway
and the bright sky.
suspended in a throat noon. Candles will be lit as ONLY 15 MINUTES FROM ANYWHERE IN MIAMI

that not a note has sung. darkness approaches. The Phone 757-7502 Broward JA 2-5131
So I
again
r Flowers are blooming. say ,1" vigil will end by 8 a.m.on May :

Summer's With its hot coming days and all. This orange and yellow bloomis 30.For further information 300 N.W. 54th ST.
graceful as a swan .
FREE DELIVERY
please contact American ANYWHERE IN U.S.A.
-By Gail Sullivan and swims upon the breeze -- Friends Service Committeeat In Ft. Laud.rdoU, 1103 E. Las Ola* Blvd., JA 5-3716

Carol City Junior High beautys paragon. _Gene Griener 443-9836.




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BUSINESS DIRECTORYLOUNGES
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i LAUNDRY & CONTRACTORS

EARL'S ZEBRA LOUNGE CLEANING J. H. COPELAND
4400 NW 7th Avenue WILLIAMS'TAILORS CONSTRUCTION
Earl Edwards, 2939 NW 48th Terrace
Prop. & CLEANERS 634-6233
I Phonet
1 Day Service Alterations Industrial-Commercial
FUNERALDIRECTORS 4842 NW 27th Avenue Residential
634.9251

MAN ER.MI L TON
6701 NW 15th Avenue
L 4 4k 691.9151 A-I LABORNO

FEF PAID DAILY
RAHMINGS EVERGREEN Agents WantedAgents Driver I Men with cart,
MORTUARY Fork lift, Lobe's: Worehoutemen. -
5253 NW 7th Avenue to sell The Miami Open 5:30 a.m.
754.0681 or 754.0682WI
Times are wanted all over
NDOW SERVICE Florida and Georgia. They A-I
may be boys and girls or EmploymentLow
HENRY'S adults. Make spending Feei-No Money 'Down,
WINDOW SERVICE mOney. Write or call Mrs. Restaurant, Hotel
k a Repair & Installing Davis,6530 NW 15th Ave., Domestic, Factory

Phone: 635.9869 6910421. 534 N. MIAMI! AVENUE


DRESS: SHOPSPATRICIA'S
[ INC. t
5843 NW 17th Avenue MERCHANTS WHO ADVERTISE IN THE
POLICE GIVE $3,000 FOR EXPRESSWAY PLAYGROUNDSMiami 696.3515
MIAMI TIMES ARE TELLING YOU THEY
City Commissioner Mrs. Athalie Range saw one of her major pro- LORY'S FASHION SHOPS YOU.
APPRECIATE DOING BUSINESS WITH
6112 NW 7th Avenue
jects-that of turning unused space beneath expressways into much-needed Martin W. Smith COURTEOUS DEPENDABLE.
ARE
children's recreational areas, a'step closer to realization last Thursday. Sgt. THEY ,

Ernest Ferguson (second from right), first vice president of the Dade County PLEASE PATRONIZE THEM!

Police Benevolent Association and a Metro deputy sheriff, presented $3,000

check from PBA toward the playground project. Accepting on behalf of the WE'VE MOVED!!!

City were Commissioners David T. Kennedy, Mrs. Range, Maurice A. Ferre & Harlem Cabs
FAcf OS* tO YQUf OmJttKtM Magic City
and Irwin G. Christie. Miami-Metro Dept. of Publicity & Tourism photo. l rs minute int lIttlenQth
i cr 'eVe.ly.( l vv ;. **< Operating the Citgo Service Station


Deltas To Block Racial IsolationWASHINGTON NEW LOCATION 1501 NW 62 St.


NEWPHONF 696-6400

A 50,000 citizens." trapped in poverty since birth mydressmaker

member Negro sorority today In addition to the "May remain .- problems producedby DRIVERS WANTED

announced the opening of ana- Week" programs, "One Na- the ugly disease of racism. Full time or ParttimeApply
tional campaign to eliminatethe tion or Two?"will be the central "As we rethink the issues Cffice
damaging effects of racial theme of the organiza- and determine solutions we 6026 NW 7th AVENUE at

isolation in America. tion's 30th National Conven- are forced to do so with the Ladies exclusives and
tion in Baltimore, August 10- vital question in mind:One Na-
Frankie M. Freeman, of St. Ready to Wear
15, Mrs. Freeman said. tion Or Two?"
Louis, Mo., national presidentof at popular prices
Delta Sigma Theta, a pre- Announcing the convention, Mrs. Freeman said the pen See our selection of after Do you have a SORE, RASH orDISCHARUH?
dominantly Negro public ser- Mrs. Freeman said;"We convene dant, and a bumper sticker dresses. Pants and *
with blue background and prom IT COULD BE VD
announced with a heritage of 56 a .
vice organization, skirts are our specialty. ..,
will be offered
white
of community ser- imprint,
years
in
that the sororty's! chapters
337 communities are launch- vice for which we are proud. for sale to individuals and Made to fit all sites ,For confidential information and

ing the campaign as part of But the problems of hungry public service organizations free treatment ",
children and dispirited adults throughout the nation.
their annual "May Week" MACHINE Phone: 377-0341 Extension 152
celebrations.The 11196ZiG'-l.A. PORTABLE
G
theme of the educational Zlg-Zag lightly used. No DADE COUNTY? HEALTH DEPARTMENT

effort, "One Nation or Two?" attach.needed to monogram, 1350 NW 14th Street, Miami
is a challenge to all Ameri- ATTENTION! overcast, make ,but. holes,
control built In. !Sews with
cans, said Mrs. Freeman,the 1 or 2 needles Full price
only woman member of the ,$31.00or assume payments
U. S. Commission on Civil If You're From of $3.54 mo. For, call free Capitol ham.d.mon.tratlon .

Rights. Credit Mgr. till 9 p.m. No AUTO INSURANCE
The theme is emblazonedon obllg. If toll call collect. Immediate SR-22 Filings
the front of a pendant to be Georgiaor 949.8124
Low
worn by Delta Sigma Theta Capitol Sewing Machinesof Monthly Payments
members across the country.On South.rn Florida
AUTO TAGS DRIVERS LICENSED.
the reverse side is Mrs. West Florida

Freeman's statement that GOODMAN & SONS
"We are now on a collision
KEEN AUTO TAG AGENCY
course which may produce Brown & Son
within our borders two alienated You are entitledto Same locati m for two generations
and unequal nations con-
fronting each other across a CARPENTRY AND 2688 NW 62nd V\) Phone: 691-0380

widening gulf." Death GENERAL REPAIRS
Her statement was contained Special FREE EATIMATES
In the Civil Rights Com-
mission's Racial COLOR AND BLACK & WHITE TV SERVICE
report on
CALL 154-8590
Isolation in the Public Schools, BenefitsFor STEREO, RADIO TAPE RECORDER
issued on February 9, 1967. I 220 N.W. 50 TH ST.

One year later the Kerner
Commission reinforced Mrs. VET TV

Freeman's concern when it further information '
concluded that "Our nation is FORMERLY OF JET I IS NOW VET

moving toward two societies, Penh j FLORIST 3797735TED
one black, one white .- sepa- GIn_
rate and unequal." Ml.mFlorid*
Call 6917661HAVE 846 NW 2ND AVENUE OPEN 9T09
"'One Nation or Two?' Is a r 1
question that we hope Ameri-
cans will begin to ask them-

selves as they consider the 1340 N.W. 7th Ave... '
J'q'tr
,consequences of a divided society Miami Flerid.w. .

," Mrs. Freeman said. YOU BEEN TURNED DOWN BY AN

"We hope that enough people INSURANCE COMPANY BECAUSE YOU .
will decide that we have to have -
one nation and then do every- ARE TOO OLD OR SUFFERING FROM flowers for all7'

thing possible to create one' SOME CHRONIC I ILLNESS? WILL YOU ,

equal,nation for aU AmericanTILETHEFLOOR HAVE ENOUGH MONEY TO PAY THE / occasions

LAST EXPENSES?
'
Universal pays its death claims the same day death : : FLOWERS BYMODERNDAY
SALE "
occurs. .
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v r nr
Join N.C.A.
The men of the Church of WE WIRE FLOWERS

the Transfiguration are spon- Universal Christian Aid SocietyAND ANYWHERE 275 Northside Plaza
soring a Tile-The-Floorsale,
Saturday, May 31 at the home REST ASSURED THAT YOUR LAST Cod. 305 t iNorthside_ Shopping Center

of Mrs. Doris Williams, 2401 MEMORIAL EXPENSES WILL BE P.AID. 754-8061 693-3971 Day
NW 151st St., Opa-locka.
Come out and enjoy the CALL NOW. ., 754-1888 Nlte

evening of games and amuse- 691-7669 758-4371
ments that is being planned! for -

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EAGLES SWOOP

:i CLASSiFIED ADS THE PICK Round AboutTalk

I The Florida Chapter of the
North Carolina College Alumni -
; 20 WORDS OR LESS $2.00. IOC FOR EACH ADDITIONAL '.ORD. Association will hold its

; DEADLINE FOR CLASSIFIED ADS TUESDAY 6 P. M. next meeting at 2:30p.m.Sun-;
: ... at 1749 54th
--& day, June 1 NW
BETHELMAN
BY JIMMY "SCOOP"
FOR SALE FOR SALE HELP WANTED St. All alumni of NCC are urg- ....or

\ GARAGE, SALE $350 DOWN FHA Salesman wanted. Part time. ed to attend. WilbertT. ABOUT TOWN Pretty Rita Wright Is the No. 1 can-
president
(SUNDAY), BUNCHE PARK AREA Call 754-5401. Good commission Chapter Jenkins was host, to Dr. didate to replace Diana Ross in the Supremes . The NY
,
i Clothing and all kinds of house 3 bedroom, 1 bath, CBS, in Leroy T. Walker, head track police still haven't found a lead to the murder of Harold E.

hold goods. 770 NW 29th Ave. beautiful condition, $116 coach at NCC on his recruiting Logan, 45 year old business partner of band leader, singer

month pays all. Drive by 1710 Beauty Part or full trip to Miami, last week. Lloyd price's "Broadway Turn Table Discotheque"Gambling -

Corner lot on NW 22nd Ave. NW 152nd Ter. Call owner for time. Above average earningsWe Mr. Jenkins assisted Dr.Wal- and loan sharks possibly involved)slain May . James
appointment 949-6107. Earl Ray (Dr. Martin Luther King's killer) in maximum se-
; and 66th St. You could build a train. Car necessary.Call ker in getting the finest'roup
curity cell after death plot. (Sitting under the kiss of death
garage, hardwood store or 233-2757 (M 30)) of high school track athletesin
laundry mat. Will sell very Pretty CBS 2 bedroom 1 bath Dade County to sign national seal) the question ? ? ? Will the mob get to Ray before he
reasonable. 866-6438. Extra large Florida room,tile breaks and make known the assassin conspiracy corp.? Leslie
letters to intent with NCC.
roof, ,hardwood floor, $1500 CHILDCARESchool The entire Killian national Uggams will be one of the presenters on CBS' Emmy tele-

HOUSE FOR SALE cash down. Bank financing. record-tying mile relay team cast Sunday, June 8, at 10 p.m Bill Cosby will host . Cas-'

$800. NO QUALIFYING Terms arranged. Atlantic and teacher interested in anchored by Larry Black, sius Clay keeping in shape (training in gym)while waiting for

3275 NW 53rd STREET Pacific Realtors 6660411.NEWNEWNEW keeping two toddlers, ages Jackson's state 440 champion court decision. . NYGov.Nelson Rockefeller has proclaimed -
May 26 as "Duke Ellington Day" in New York State .
Modern CBS home. Move in 2-4 during the summer. Call Amos Machanlc and two other
In only one week. Tiled bath, 696-2370. Killian trackmen who signed I was at the "NY Empire Room" to catch the Diana Ross andSupremes'
Show where it was jammed "Great is the word"
oak floors. Fine condition.H. ,
3 BEDROOMS 2 BATHS were Ken Thompson, Porter
L. Simon, Realtor 446- This lovely new home with Childcare in my home. Foal Thompkins, and Robert An- for the Supremes . Chuck Jackson had a soul swinging
week at New York's 125 Street Apollo Theatre. (Dee Dee
5818. furnished. 255 NW 21st St. 374-
many fine features such as derson, all members of the
Warwick also show which ended Thursday ) . .
fw _ was on gone
the ute kitchen.Hood- 3857.
new day mile relay team; Darryl Sim-
Liston's TKO of Scrap Iron Johnson May 19 puts him
Sonny ,
CBS business
property plus
ed stove, vanities, plus many mons second fastest on theschool's
,
restaurant business all for in line for a shot at Jimmy Ellis the WBA Champ and then (he
man fine features. Priced at champion 880 relay
$22,500, $5000 cash down, $19,500 with a 10% down pay- MISCELLANEOUSDRAPERIES team; and Greg Withers, pole hopes) Joe Frazier or Jerry Quarry . Black policeman
Charles Knox of Newark N. Y. still under suspension for
month.This ,
payment $200 per men. One mortgage. Drive by vaulter and basketball star.
restaurant located on the corner 1763 NW 55th St. Then call us killing 17 year, Dexter Johnson. (Driving without permitt)
of a busy main street. Fenster Realty Broker, 759- taken down, cleaned, decorator Many other colleges had bid incident almost started a riot . Light-heavyweight champ,
Operated by owner for 20 8779. folded and rehung.Drapery -for the runners, but Dr. Wal- Bob Foster still champ, his last victim, Andy Kendall (white

years. Very profitable. At- rods installed. LUSTRA ker who stated "It was worth hope) was a push over.
SERVICE
lantic and Pacific Realtors TONE DRAPERY the trip" was able to make

666-0411. FOR RENTI 887-8022 quite an addition to NCC's

track team. NCC competes in :p
have furnished
DUPLEX & POOL a beautifully LEGAL NOTICE all of the major meets nationally -
located downtown
apartment and has had someoneon
MODERN CBS a s
Miami off Biscayne Blvd Intent to register under fic-
Each side has two bedrooms every olynplc team since ,
4
6ak
titious act ,
Would,like someone to share. name 4 < terrazzo floors, garage, all EXPLORERS INVESTMENT 1956.
$15 week. May be seen between .
delux applicances. 3 air con- -
hours of 5 and 8 p.m. 227 NE CLUB ,
ditioners. Rental apartment is
1043 NW 76th Street
5th St.Apt.11E. Referenceand
Go To Church
completely furnished. Many
security required. Miami, Florida
$ extras. Convenient terms are
I Richard Pittman, President
/!) ranged. Lewis Baron, Assoc. Edward Hobbs SecretaryMay JJ Sunday
I, 1 bedroom house. Single or ,
WEBB REALTY, Corp., 11575 couple. City water. Near 23, 30, June 6. 1'
NW 7th Ave. 6886616.By .
includes free
Shell's Rent

water, gass and electricity. Graduate At PONEY CHUCK RUBY
owner. Large house.Com- $80 month. Call after 3 p.m. New Program BarryBarry

pletely renovated. City water, 6655126. College offers new ish American Literature, will COLEMAN HAWKINS JAZZ GREAT GONE BUT NOT
fenced
no qualifying. $350 Graduate Program in the be offered for the first timeat FORGOTTEN . I received a call last week Monday night,
down 2931
move right in. See Room quiet and reasonablerent. teaching of Spanish with a Barry College. The grad- telling me about the death of saxophone-jazz king, Coleman
NW 58th Street. Call 642-0722
.. Middle age man only. Masterof Science degree. uate education courses, how- Hawkins. He died of pneumonia at NY Wickersham Hospital,

An exceptional 3 bedroom 1 Prefer one works during the Sister Mary Joanetta, O.P., ever, have been offered pre- age 65, May 19. They all said "It was Coleman Hawkins who
,
bath frame house. Furnishedand day. 759-3360. Dean of the Graduate Schoolof viously. made the sax a master instrument and the neat ones came

2 air conditioners FHA Barry College, Miami Sister Mary Jean, 0, P., after him. Following Coleman, there was Charlie (Cherokee)
low down 270 NW 51st STREET Shores, received fifty petitions chairman of the foreign Barnett, Charlie (Yardbird) Parker, Lester (Pres) Young,
the street payment.from Just across 1 bedroom,unfurnished house from teachers interested language department and Dr. John (Badman) Hardy, John Coltrane, Willis (Miami's own)

elementary Weekly $23. Immediate occupancy in the implementation Ellen Leeder, assistant professor Jackson, Sonny Rollins and,how many more??? Funeral ser-
school. Midwest Realty, NE Call agent: Mr.Culmer of a sequence which would of Spanish at Barry, vice was held Friday, 2 p.m. at the St. Peter's Lutheran

5-8035. office 635-8035, residence meet these requirements. who worked as coordinatorsof Church, Lex. Ave. and 54th St. where all the "top jazz" stars

6333735. This new program will require this proposed offering with attended. The Hawk, born in St. Joseph Mo., came to New
SOUTHWEST FAIR York with Mamie Smith's Jazz Band made his first record
15 credit hours in Graduate the assistance of Mrs. Eliza- ,
HOUSING GROUP Nice 1 bedroom for one or two Education courses and beth Boone Alonso, Dade with Fletcher Henderson, wherehebecamethe"jazzset" idol

with Mostly black white. Needs interestedin contact adults $20 week. Will sell 15 credit hours in Graduate County School Supervisor,are of the thirties and forties swing music era. I remember the

Call people 667-4951 $100 down. NE 5-5566. Spanish courses. The Spanish presently working out the final early forties when Willis Jackson and the late Roy Rolle use

274-0150.moving. or Graduate courses, consistingof details of the program that will to stage "battle of the saxophones": at the Liberty City Pool.
(Jn. 6)) FOR RENT It their of their Willis Jackson
Applied Linguistics,historyof 1 start in the fall. was way finding style pattern. ,
1785 CBS efficiency, 1 or 2 people the Spanish language, Those Interested should patterned his style after the Hawk and then use to get standing

'Drive NW 47th STREET $17; 1 bedroom duplex, $20;; Methods of teaching Spanish, contact the dean of the grad- ovations when he played and Soul", the Hawk's rendition -
by. Home and Income. 2 bedroom house 2 bed- Coleman Hawkins' hit record and Soul"is
$27; Spanish Literature, and Span- uate school at Barry College. greatest "Body
2 bedroom
and 1
C BS rear bed-
room duplex, $22. said to have sold over seven million copies, with sales still
room CBS. Total$16,500$650down Deposit required. moving fast.ROUND .
FHA. $143 month pays WEST REALTY
Miami Ads Don't Cost
all. You receive $90 for ren- 2020 NW 62nd STREET I ABOUT TALK AND SOUl. MUSIC SURVEY .
tal, you pay $53.This is a very (Open 10 to 12)) They Pay

good buy. Call A. Ben-Kori There is a rumor, that Sidney Poitier and his latest co-star,

Realtor, 759-2425 anytime.By Furnished apartment. Includ- Joanna Shimkus in Univ. picture "The Lost Man" has a live

o appointment only. ing all utilities. Also room true romance going . Mrs. Maner Cohen of Jacksonville
3712019.An MALE LAUNDRY HELP I arrived in Trenton, N. J. to attend the funeral of her daughter -

FHA $450 down. $107 month. Loaders, pullers, extractor operators. Good'; Mrs. Thelma Astell who died last Wednesday at Trenton's

I Modern 2 bedroom CBS, com- efficiency for middle age wages. Production bonus' Excellent company Helene Fuld Hospital. Arriving with her, was Mrs. Christine

pletely furnished. Large fenced working man. Also room for benefits. Paid vacation. Permanent job. Must Jones, Mrs. Ophelia Green, Mrs. Novella Rollins and Mrs.
yard.Close to school,shop- same. Conveniently located. Elizabeth Brutin (daughters) and Arteal Cohen(son) Mrs.Lena
ping and bus. Tubin Realtors, Reasonable price. To see call be 18 or over. Apply in mornings.. No, phone Holmes and Mrs. Florence Pringle (also daughters) arrived

10035 NW 7th Ave. 758-4429. NE 5-4805. calls please. Ask for Mr. Findley, National from Fernandina Beach, Fla. . Leroy Walker, driving bus

Linen Service, 1950 NW 1st Avenue. for NY Transit Authority and sportin' his new '69 Yolk sta-

,, tt' FHA $400 down. $85 month. tion wagon. Leroy did inform me that his mother Mrs. Anna

3 bedroom, 2 bath CBS. Ideal HFLP WANTED Mae Walker, 909 NW 2nd Ct., Miami, suffered a stroke, but

for large family. Near ele- Jobs Now is recovering nicely. . "That Girl" of the week, pretty Ruby
Open
mentary school and bus.Seller Operator wanted. Cameo Training Humes, Miami Jackson High, "honor student" . The

pays all closing costs. Tubin Beauty Salon, 8519 NW 22nd If you have no experience but want to work here is "Chokin' Kind" (Joe Simon's hit) dedlcatedtofabulous Louise

:Realtors, 10035 NW 7th Ave. Ave. 691-9945. an opportunity to work and learn a new trade. All you haveto "Poney" Williams (Opa-locka baby) James Brown's "I

758-4429.'. do is apply for a job at the Employment Service office Don't Want Nobody To Give Me Nothing"dedicated to that cute

['1 Need operators, single needle listed below. singer from Carol City, Flora Hills. . This is Scoop Bethel

GOING NORTH? and section work. Good pay. (1) A NW area employer has a job opening for a maintenance saying, time and tide waits for no man. C-U-NX-WK.
to' ATLANTIC CITY, N.J. Steady job. Experienced and mechanic trainee. The starting salary will be $2

!18 room house, new hot water inexperienced. Globe Bag an hour for an 8 a.m. to 5 p.m. shift, Monday Friday.

heater, front porch, full price Corp., 300 NW 26th St. (2)) We have an opening for a machine helper. An inexperienced 1968 SEWING MACHINE
Owner 584-5422 SINGER CONSOLES
$6,000.
\ applicant will be accepted. The salary will
Lauderdale 754-5401 Miami wanted. Call II g h t I used :lg-a
\ Beauty operatr y CHILDREN'S
start at
hour
$1.80
and
an you would work from 7:30 a.m. stylish wal. cab. make gut.
691-9392 or 751-7449 even- to 4 monoMEDICAL PROGRAM
p.m. Monday Friday. holes, sews on buts.,
3 BEDROOM 2 BATH ings. (Jn. 20) (3)) We have another opening for an air conditioning I grams, applique, overcast Need"out
and blind hem stitch with
"No qualifying" this 4 years mechanic helper with some refrigeration and air con- attachments. All controls NURSE SUPERVISOR
young beautiful home including Barber Wanted.John's BarberShop ditioning experience. You would be trained as complete built in. Full price Bachelor's degree ,Public

drapes, awnings, wall to wall 5952 NW 17th Ave. 691- mechanic. The starting salary will be $2 anhour and you J56.10" assume payments health experience.

carpet, built in oven and range, 9740. would work from Monday Friday and a half day on Sat- of SS.Vl110 For free home
or plus many extras. Take over urday. demonstration, call Capitol ACCOUNTANT
Credit Mgr. till 9, p.m. No
I present mortgage. $4,000 Operator 'wanted. Immediate Apply for all these jobs at the Industrial office, Florida obligation. If toll, call col. Degree required.
down payment. Excellent employment. Theatrical beau State Employment Service, 1350 NW 12th Ave.,Room 280. L ct. 9498124. For interview appt. call

\, terms, drive by 1059 NW 73rd ty salon. 635-2821 and 634- Employment Service offices are open from 8 a.m. to 5 Capitol Sewing Machines Mrs. Ad on 665-1151
St., then call Fenster Realty, 9252. p.m. Monday through Friday. of Southern F lorida

1 Broker, 759-8779.


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load is very heavy on some of our young i

people today. They need our guidance, a lot of love,

care and patience. Elder Wilson and his congregation

will help. ffi ...

We also have a new kindergarten service that

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covers care for babies and pre.school age children.We s y

will feed the hungry and if in need for any of

these services, call 693-0481 or come to 9009 NW

21st Avenue. We will see you there.ANNOUNCEMENT .





St. Francix Xavier Parochial School will !

close for the summer on June 6, 1969. The : ; rL

kindergarten and nursery school will continueto

operate during the summer months (June 9 _

through August 1)) from 8:00, to 5:00: for the A :
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convenience of working parents. This program

will be under the supervision of Misses Karen . _._ ....
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Fries and Alma McLeod who currently teachat

the school. Hot lunches, snacks, etc., will The organized mass cleanup of the apartment change and improve environmental conditions of

be served as during the normal school year. building at 3681 Day Avenue in Coconut Grove began their dwelling. A series of steps have to be taken

The program is opened to children aged.2% to May 10, 1969. The tenantshave organized them. for the overall plan to be effective. President Lil

5 years. For further information, please contact selves into a tenants league. Their purpose is to lion Lovett and members are working with the Coconut

the principal at the school, 431 NW 16th change and improve environmental conditions of rove E.O.P.I. staff and Eugene Whiff. of '"

Terr., or call 374.5580 during school' hoursor their dwellings. A series of steps have to be takenThe Florida'Realty in helping them to help themselves.
377.8705 after school. -.-

death or work to the social cal functions, assisting with
S OCTAL SfDOQ security administration. We training, and co-ordinating
NCCOYNI Y urge beneficiaries to mail clerical activities for the
$5 Down .. 00.0000 these post cards directly to; staff.
!, .tFJONN Q.i'UBi.IC Social Security Administration Mrs. Fleming, a native MI-
On Miami Model City Office. amian and graduate of Morgan
The ModeJ City Social Security State College In Baltimore,
Poi SOC AI C[ 1!P POUS wt lot MM
Color ; *. Office is open Monday has been with the Social Security
Yd Ry through Friday 8:30 a.m. to Administration for
- 4:30 p.m. and on Thursdayfrom more than three years.Before
18" Portable Color T. V. 180 cubic inches letters, "EDP" would month to a report events which 8:30: a.m. to 7.30; p.m. Joining the Hialeab staff, she
worked in social security of-
mean "everyday problems"to might affect their monthly
the average person. But to benefits checks to: Social Security fices in North.Miami and Columbia
the employees of Social Security Administration, Miami S.C.
they mean a lot more Model City, POBox 964,Buena Mrs. Fleming is the wife of
-- electronic data processing.The Vista Station, Miami, Fla. Charles Fleming of Coconut
use of electronic data 33137. When the change of address Grove, and the mother of
01'MODEL Chucky Il. Her parents, Mr.
processing equipment in your is received in your so-
social security office has Im- cial security office, the mes- and Mrs. Charles R.Christie,
also live in
proved the service to peopleIn sage is sent to the social security the Coconut Grove
the Model City area. payment center by teletype area.
To speed up this improved In the payment center the
service, we urge people living teletype message is fed directly Lv "" ,'
1060 MED-60" SPANISH MEDITERRANEANAMFM in the Model City area who get into an electronic com-
CONSOLE social security checks each puter. The computer changesthe
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Console with Bar in Authenic Oak Finish. address instantly and the
next check is mailed b the new
Cabinet of Genuine Hardwood and Solids. For all your insurance address.

< 0 needs call I: Many of the social security
CVKxVnCL >l-U beneficiaries in the Model City Grace C. Fleming has Just
STEREOPHONIC CONSOLE \ area have post cards addres- been promoted to the positionof A.
efd to a social security payment senior clerk in the Hialeah
Y sb' center. These cards are Social Security office.Her new
JT used to report changes of address responsibilities include ad-
marriage, divorce, vising management on cleri-



UNCLE
HERBERT AMMONS ,t.r.
ARTHUR'S Miami Chapter, National
Pan Hellenic Council Is now a
bona.fide group. It is re-
GROCERY chartered and re-affiliated.
t
TV's STEREOS At the regular meeting on
&SIWWY Saturday, May 23, installa-
8 SPEAKERS tion of officers for 1969-70by
Mrs. Pauline Johnson Austin
379-0900 TONY SMITH Where your Patronage is appreciated and were as follows:Herbert Am-
642.4445 759.1054 Our Business is Patrons
serving moos, chairman Mrs.MarianH.
PHONE BETWEEN 7 a.m. & .10 p.m. ;
HR10 700 NW 69th STREET PHONE: 691-9872, Shannon, first vice chairman
Sundays Included Group 'Insurance 'jj ; Ann McRae, secretary;
!, Life Insurance ** COLDEST BEER AND WINE IN TOWN Mrs. Verneka Silva, treasurer -
9th St.
425 E
JIM TV Family Group Insurance ALL SIZES & SHADES ; Elliott Scavella, parliamentarian
Insuraece
Business ; Mrs. Marion P.
PHONE AND SALESMAN WILL CALL Hospital & Major Mealcal LADIES IIOSIERY A11 en-reporter; and Rapfau
,Williams, chaplain.T1lE .



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