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Place of Publication: Miami, Fla.
Publication Date: June 13, 1969
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ROY INNE MRS. BETTY PAGE BOB HAYES MARVIN SMITH PHIL JOHNSON I

. Wants $6 Billion . Zoning Board Member . Starts Clothing Chain . Poverty Fellowship . To Yale University ,:



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CHICAGO Before the demand of $6 billion as,re- "We're not here to make drawing board. We would pre-
churches of America have had coupment of the birthrights of threats," he added. "We fer to operate on the drawing 'f
time to recover from James black people with compounded are here to give you a message board."
Forman's manifesto demands, interest. to take back to banking He said the $6 billion wouldbe
now comes Roy Innls. execu- "The $6 billion Is for crea- industry. ..We have two kinds an outright gift with banks
tive director of COKE with a tion of a Black Urban Coa- of operations. We operate contributing in proportion to
demand on the ailloa's bank" lition. The coalition will have either in the streets or on the their assets II I

for $6 billion as a "recoup three functions: research and L .
ment of earnings of the black planning to strengthen existing: '
TEMPORA MUTANTUR ET NOS_MUTAMUR IN ILLB black banks to create financial
folks. ; new Poverty Workers Get

Vol. 46, No. 42 FRIDAY JUNE 13, 1969 Innis made his demands as institutions specifi- I J
cally structured to be relevantto I : ,
unscheduled luncheon
.an speaker at a Bankers Confer- blacks; and to form a risk Urban FellowshipsTwo : ';

Tenants OrganizePicketing ence on Urban Problems spon- capital pool to fund the many
sored by the American Bank- programs which are ready to top young executives in Greater Miami's War on Pov-
ers Association and the Na- go but don't have the Initial erty have been grafted fellowships In the Urban Fellow Pro-
tional Bankers Association. capital," he said. gram, it was announced today by Mrs. Marie S. Carl, executive I
Airport And Innis said "There is no
The NBA Is a group of black director of the EOPI. '
bankers. timetable set on when the funds They are J. Marvin Smith, 27, special assistant the executive -

General Rent Strike HintedBecause should be available but it wouldbe director, and Phillip L. Johnson, Jr.,26,area directorof i
Innis told the 300 confereesthat nice if we get before sum- EOPFs Central District. The two men are among only 25 '
he was making"an initial mer. selected throughout the .nation for these fellowships. and the '
of a poorly planned dividual tenants and also as Miami EOPI is the only such agency which had two of its Junior
Urban Renewal and State Road small groups of tenants. The executives winning appointments.. ;
Department Program in the landlords completely ignoredus The Urban Fellow Program, whose sessions will beg h July s'

Central Negro District, the therefore, we organizedInto Named 7 at Yale, University, is a project Jointly sponsored by the
Liberty City-Brownsville a larger group. Betty Page U.S. Conference of Mayors, the League of Cities and Yale.
area has been faced with a Causes: Leaky roofs, increased Its purpose is to assist promising young men and'women,
housing r I s I s for more than -rents without talkingto particularly those from minority groups Into reaching positions -
.;. four years. us, rats and roaches, termites To of urban leadership.. i;

The condition was ,further overflowing septic .,. Metro Zoning In ,raking her announcement, Mrs. Carl said, "We receive<- \
aggravated by the Federal tanks, and not enough garbage the report of the appointments with mixed feelings We will '. t\
Government bringing inCuban containers. indeed miss the services of both men In our anti-poverty et'I\.
refugees without planning a Plan of action)We will involve Appeals BoardThe forts, and they will be missed even more keenly In the future
housing program for them. all Government agencieswho when both these young men would have reached the full potential -
The Liberty City-Browns- have not been directly In- I of their varied experiences. "
ville residents saw the need volved. (2) We are Issuing a seat left vacant on the because she listed her home "But, on the other hand," she said, "they are In a position Trto
to organize a Tenants' Con-. call to all black residents to Metro Zoning Appeals Board address at 1780 NW 51st Ter., win leadership in even wider fields,and we feel it a compliment f
gress based on the following pay their rent by Money or- when Neal Adams was swornIn inside the Miami city limits. to Miami EOPI and the caliber of its work to have attracted ,
problems and causes. ders starting Friday, June 6, as a Metro Commissionhas But it Is understood that M:s. men of such ability to our ranks We feel that the honors .1
Problem: Tenants are unfairly 1969.(3)Other plans have been been filled by a black wo- Page has met all requirementsnow they have won are indicative of the abilities and dedication '":
treated by soma landlords developed ranging from pic- and will take her seat at of our EOPI workers on all levels of assisting In the common -
Example: We have tried keting the airport to a generalrent man.Mrs.. Betty Page, popular the next meeting.A fight on poverty."

.to.... talk to the landlords as in- strike. school teacher and business- As Urban Fellows, Mr.Smith and Mr. Johnson will have
woman, was appointed by the Brownsville Junior High the benefit of the experience of some of the leading civic officials ,*
I Bob Hayes To Open Chain Metro Commission after being School librarian and holder ofa in the nation. They will include such mentors as New f\
nominated by CommissionerAlex master's degree from New York Mayor John Lindsey, Cleveland Mayor Carl Stokes and ;i
Bob Hayes, Jacksonville ment in a press conference at Gordon York University, Mrs.Page Is San Francisco Mayor Joseph Alloto.'The Mayors of Phoenix, :
speedster who did well In track the Everglades Hotel here. There was some doubt of also a member of the Model Seattle and Washington, D. C.,also will participate,as well as ;,
at Florida A&M and better in It will be the first black Mrs. Page's ability to serve Cities governing board. several leading appointed city officials :r

football with the Dallas Cow- men's clothing chain in the .',.

boys, announced today.plans country The $1 million ven-
for a nationwide Chain of ture will be backed by black ,\
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Youth ProgramMusic Itt


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dancing, creative' as operated on a smallscale
writing, study of black culture, by the Tacolcy Center last -I
all will help make a new thrust year. This one will locate at '' '.(,,
into-the,summer program for NW Third Ave. and 10th St. 'I' f

the county's disadvantaged A Black Arts Festival dur-

Nearly $500,000 in federal ing the Labor Day weekend will ,
funds plus a matching amountof terminate the program whena i ,
state and local funds will show of music and drama will I
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meaningful program that on Second Ave. This theatre :
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past will be solved this
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awareness efforts to provide instead youths of the usual with through a grant that covers Gov. Kirk Visits With EOPI And Model Cities n
cost of bus transportation.Many .
Jobs and recreation.Emphasis
will be placed on the entire kids were unable to get Florida's Governor ClaudeR. part of a series of meetingswith The meeting was followed cys Concentrated Employ- :
individual, not Just on one of to activities out of their neigh- Kirk Jr., met with the of- the officials of neighbor with a Brunch Luncheon at ment Program at 6444 NW7th .,i
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his interests. borhood last year.Activities ficials of the Economic Opportunity hood. oriented agencies. First Federal Savings and Avenue at 1:15 p.m. .:,'.;
The will be built will be better I Program of Dade The Governor and his aide, Loan Association at 6015 NW (
program Cl
and Model Cities director of 7th Avenue at Also in the Governor's party t
around the seven EOPI centers publicized this year also. I County pro- Dr. James A. Bax, 12:00 noon. ,\
Many suffered gram on Friday, June 6,at the the Governor's Office of Economic was Macon Williams, Urban ;
throughout the county.An programs poor 'I
conference second floor to of Governor Kirk and Dr. Bax Affairs Specialist fortheGov-4..
other facility will be built attendance last year solely be- room, Opportunity spoke ;
around Harlem's University of cause the kids did not know 6207 NW 27th Avenue at 9 a.m. ficials and neighborhood residents and local EOPI officials then ernor's division of Economic ,<
Governor Kirk's visit was until 11:30 a.m. visited the anti poverty agen- Opportunity. '
the Streets concept, the same what was going on and where. 1
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'! Activities .j\i.\ Northwest; ; Center: ; .1 YMCAThe : s x, a r F' c'n F


Y Neighborhood Ladies and Mr.LaMarr Howard.Mrs. day adventure trips are being
held a television tea Saturday, Southard is a professional offered August 4 15.For ad-
June 7. Many of their friends psychologist and author. ditional information call the
came out to sip a cup of tea, We are fortunate to have YWCA 634-2651. ,.
while relaxing, and looking at from the NW Center YWCA There will be a regular \., :
TV. four young ladies that will be summer program here at the <, ".' ,
the conference San- NW YWCA Center which will .
attending : f : ; '
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NW Y Teens will be attend- dra Brown daughter of Mrs. offer organized games, ex- "'r'" 1''.
ing Georgia-Alabama-Flori- Florrie Brown, 1966 NW 51 cursion trips, etc. from 10 'ti;f
da conference June 16 June St.; Cynthia Wright, daughterof a.m. to 4 p.m.five days a week
21 at Ogelthorpe College, At- Mrs.Charlotte Wright,2101 beginning June 16. ::
lanta, Georgia. The theme for NW 45th St.; Alfreda Martin, Finally, but certaily one of I dF1P YxF
the conference is "Y Teens daughter of Mrs.Ruby Martin, the most Important announce-
Are Aware" and the following 2220 NW 51st St.; and Evelyn ments of all is the formationof
topics will be discussed:"Be- Haggins, daughter of Mrs. a dynamic group parent's
ing Human; Drugs and Use; Evelyn Haggins, 3075 NW 56 concern for making a better b,z 't L
t.M1.
Smoking--Is it Worth it?;Hun- Street. The young ladies will community for their children. n
ger in America; the Law and be traveling by plane to At- The parents have learned that :
Youth; and College Campus-- lanta. there are only three policemen .
NOW." Resource leaders for YWCA serving the entire Model F
The summer pro-
the conference will be Mrs. gram starting June 23. July Cities area of approximately j *
HelenSouthard, YWCANa- 31 consists of Seaspree and 100,000 people and are asking
tional staff director of research YWCA adventure days. city officials for more assis-
and program resources tance and protection.The Con-
; Miss Dorothy Geo- Each two-day week costs cerned Parents are meeting
hart, Southern Region YWCA $7 plus $1 registration fee Wednesday nights at 8:00 at DICK WASHINGTON AND HIS SUMMER FRIENDS

field consultant, Mr. Frank which includes transportation, the NW YWCA 5100 NW 21 REGISTER NOWThis!! is the message from Dick Washington, Miami Dolphin
MacFall, Dr. Dale Dominic lunch and Insurance.The three Ave. You are invited attend.
defensive back, honorary chairman of James E,. Scott Community Association

Summer Program. He urges all parents of children 3-6 years and 6-12yearsto

to contact the JESCA main office, 4901 NW 7th Avenue, Phone 758-4791 for

information.The .

summer enrichment program will include outdoor sports, arts and crafts,

swimming, and group activities from 8 to 4 p.m., June 16 July 25, 1969.

The agency Is striving to provide as many scholarships as possible to help
defray the $2.00 registration fee and'$6.00 weekly tuition. Here is an opportunity .
to provide a whole summer of fun and learning for your youngster. DO
NOT DELAY! CALL NOW!


Dr. Moore' Gets Honorary DegreesDr. I

Richard V. Moore, retires September 1 after 27 from Morris Brown College,
president, Bethune-Cookman years as Chancellor and Atlanta, Georgia and in May
College, was honored with a President of the University. received a honorary LL.D
Doctor of Laws degree duringthe Among five o t h e r honorees from Claflin University,South
.. 115th Commencement Ex- were William Buckley, famed Carolina during its Centennial
"
"" ercises at Syracuse Univer- editor and columnist. Exercises.Go .
I a7erYMCA; Gets RenovatedThe sity, New York Saturday,June Earlier this week Dr.Moore,
7. He shared honors with
Dr.
was the recipient of an hon
To Church
improvements of the ed atmosphere throughout the summer, donated two modern William Pearson Tolley, who orary Doctor of Laws degree Sunday
Carver YMCA and its facilities building and give it a more sculptures to the'Y',The pur-
for the summer program modern look.Elisha pose of the organization is to
began with a new paint Job, Marshall, being promote the arts in the deprived -
areas,Miami.. ., khc-
Interior and exterior. Con- largely responsible for the ,
struction Improvements were improvement of the buildinghas The sculptures were formaly -
made for the interior with also expanded the photography a part of the Elliot Stringer
added sculptures to completethe room. Collection. Mr. Stringer is
landscape surroundings of also a member of the organi-
the grounds. The Miami Black Arts Organization zation. For information con-
.
These Improvements were which will work cerning the organization, call
done to develop a more relax- with the Carver YMCA this OX 1- 1189.

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Recreation leader Elaine Gilbert gives the junior girls at 17th Avenue DRIVi. IN BANKING

Park a helping "hand" in the old favorite card game "Old Maid." Th is is one

of many "quiet" games played on the playground located on 17th Avenue and I II Our Drive-in
'87th Street. Seated left to right are; Vivian Whitehead, Carolyn Hicks, Valencia Banking service is the easiest and most

Johnson, Charlene Gardner and Elaine Gilbert. I II convenient way for you to handle withdrawals and

I II deposits. The service is friendly and fast just

I Carver YMCA Annual Summer the way you want it. Drive in and see for yourself.


Day Camp ProgramCarver

Branch YMCA. dancing judo,karate and fenc- ate a "Community Bound Pro-
under the direction of Ray ing, photography, instrumental gram" and a program from
mond Thornton, begins it's and choral music, arts and 6:30 9:30 p.m. for teenagersand _
Summer Day Camp "Culture crafts, swimming, fashion designing adults. _
Through: Play" program on and modeling, sewing, _
June 16. The program will creative writing and reading, For further information,
continue through August 15. children's theater, Individualand consult Carver Branch YMCA,
The program will operate duel games, team and 5770 NW 15th Ave., Monday-
Monday Friday from 9 a.m. group games, resource per- Friday 10 a.m. to 8 p.m. or
to 5 p.m. sonnel and field trips. phone 696-0231.
Activities will Include: This summer, Carver
,ballet creative and modern Branch YMCA Intends to oper' Enroll today]




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THE MIAMI TIMES Friday, June 13, 1969 3
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I major Crime Decrease SHARP OFFICER NEEDED FOR K-9 CORPS ---I I ::1

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The Dade Public Safety Department Seven manslaughters were Richard Byrd was out of a first got out of the service, I pregnant, I really got des- a quicker mind. '
has reported a reported through April, down started applying here and perate for work." "I find the work very inter-
marked decrease in the three 68 per cent from the 22 reported Job.And he couldn't find one.He there, everywhere I could esting because you have more \
most serious crimes -- mur- during the first four months had Just finished serving two think of. It was then, fourandahalf time for actual policework,"
der, manslaughter andrape-- of 1968. years ago, that Byrd en- Office said
years with the U.Army,and "All I got was the same Byrd telling why
during the first four monthsof Twenty-one rapes were reported tered the police academy. he likes K-9 work.
was now faced with an age- answer, that they would call
the year.However. -- 36 per cent fewer' old question that's faced manya ma. I was willing to do Just After 13 weeks of intensive "In radio patrol(that'sriding -
increases in assaults than the 33 reported last year. young man. about anything!I" training, he took his place behind a squad car), you get all

robberies, burglaries, Robberies were up ten per '"What do I do now?" Byrd finally got a Job. "Butit a badge. kinds of calls, domestic prob-
larcenies and auto thefts pushed cent with 385 reported duringthe There he lems, stolen property
So he pounded the pave- was boring. was no- Two years ago, was
the overall crime total to first four months of 1969. ments, filled out endless ap- thing to do and all day long I chosen for the K-9 corps. Not "But in K-9 works,you don't
9887, an increase of nine per compared to 349 in the same those calls. the "
get You get
plications, sat down for inter- was trying to find somethingt everyone makes it.requires
cent over the 9039 crimes reported period last year. and man's breaking and entering, the
views, some short, some o do. I couldn't stand it. special training a
through April of 1968. Of the 385 robberies duringthe lengthy.The "And then when my wife got got to have quick reflexes and armed robberies. And you've
Although more crimes were the got the time to get away from r
first four months of this answer was always ------
committed during the first 154 40 cent same. "Don't call us. We'll your car and to investigate."
cases or
year, per
four months of the the Rev. franklin Chargedties
year, were cleared by arrest. National call you." And so Richard Byrd, 26,
number of serious offenders
husband and father of two,has
clearance Then four --
rate for rob- -- years ago
arrested has also taken an ROMULUS Mich. The ranging from probation
up bery during 1967 -- the most he found his niche. found his place- and a com-
swing. recent FBI figures -- was 30 Behind a badge! Rev. C. L. Franklin, pastor of ten years in prison. munity is grateful.
The number of physical arrests Detroit's New Bethel Baptist

for murder, rape, rob- per Aggrevated cent. assaults were Byrd is one of 69 Negroeson Church and father of singer . lprrrrrw wwwrwa
bery, assaults, burglary, lar- up 20.8 per cent in the first the City of Miami's police Aretha Franklin, pleaded innocent -
ceny and auto theft climbed four months with 516 reported force. And as the City -- Thursday to a chargeof
16.2 per cent.There were 2002 over last year's 427. through Operation Badge-- possession of marijuana
arrests for these crimes this strives to recruit more black was released on $2,500
year, compared to 1723 dur- Burglaries were up to 2385 policemen, Richard Byrd tells personal bond by Romulus c
ing the same period last year. over last year's 1976, a rise his story of how difficult it was District Judge James Stone.
Homicide in the Public of 20 per cent Larcenies went to get a good Job. A hearing on the change was
Safety Department Jurisdiction up one per cent this year,from set for June 10.
dropped by a substantial 4881 to 4938 and auto theft went "It was really rough," Of- The Wayne County prosecu
33 per cent so far this vpar., "up 20 per cent from 821 to 987. ficer Byrd recalled. "When I tor's office said marijuanawas
found in Franklin's lug- .
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Airport after his return from
Dallas last Saturday.
Y Police said Franklin came
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luggage was lost because it .
came in at 10:23 a.m. They da
claim the luggage, contain-
ing marijuana, was found on
the airplane by a cleaning woman -
and identified as Frank-
4 tt lin's by a passport, Bible and
letters.

Franklin, whose church was ' d. F
the scene of a March 29 shoot-
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out in which one policeman was
killed and another policemanand

four others wounded,says Miami police K-9 officer Richard Byrd affec- ;
he arrived on the 10:23 flight
eL; couldn't find his luggage and, tionately pats his dog as they prepare for another 1

asked officials to locate it. day. Miami-Metro Dept. of Publicity & Tourism ;

: A : ::; The offense carries penal-, photo. .;,

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Members of the Belafonte Tacolcy Center held ( iff0o

Teenager their Second Annual Dinner last Thursday night at THE LARGEST PRIVATE HOUSING RENTAL AND
the Auditorium 4343 NW 17th Ave. Mrs.
Ebony MANAGEMENT AGENCY IN THE SOUTH, OPERATING
Marie Carl, EOPI Executive Director shown signing IN DADE AND BROWARD COUNTIES

Charged autographs in top picture, was the guest speakerfor

the 200 guests present. A delicious dinner was A fleet of cars and collectors give door to door service for

served and music furnished band. tenants convenienceA
In Cashier'sMurder was by a teenage

Fish Ray and his band were special guest artistson community recreation center, for teenagers and adults "rent
the program. free,"furnished and air conditioned(for your comfort and enjoyment. '

Special citations were presented, to the following A public relations department to assist you with your problems.
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A 19-year-old Miami youth, persons: Mrs. At Athalie Range, Harold Guin- Tenants concern wrll stop vandalism and reduc.thecostofhouslng.
John Henry Butler of 941 NW yard, William Wynn, Samuel Moncur,: John Harrison ,
2nd Ave., has been charged Lt. Leroy Smith, Atty. James Matthews, D. W. RENTS ARE DUE IN ADVANCE '

with first degree murder in "Prof" Wilson, "Tab", Sister Marie Loretta, Hugh
connection with the May 23 Emerson I WE SUGGEST'THAT YOU PAY AT OFFICE, IN PERSON OR BY MAIL
Judge Henry Arrington CommissionerNeal
holdup murder of Mrs. Agnes I
McNeal, a grocery store cash- Adams, William i I I i McBride, Tom Payne and MAIN OFFICE
ier. Bernard Dyer.

Miami police, who had John Bennett is acting director of Tacolcy. 4150 NW 7th' Avenue 759-8733
search for two weeks for
Bernard James and Cornelius Allen are his assis-
leads, were finally told by
,neighbors of a 16yearold tants. Miss Frances Henderson is sponsor. EOPI 14255 NW 22nd Avenue, Opa-locka MU 8-0617

youth who "might know some photos by Poitier. 20848 South Dixie Hwy., Cutler RidgeCE 5-3553

thing about the case." 605 NW 7th Terrace, Ft. Lauderdalf. JA 4-3357
The youth came to'police 3801 "Grand Avenue Grove HI' 5-1381 "
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headquarters voluntarily The Atlantic Social Club's18th ', .
Thursday and after telling 512 NW 1st Ave., Hollandole WA 7-2434

several conflicting stories ad- ANNIVERSARY BALL 339 Hommflndville Rd., Pompano WI| 3-2434 '
mitted that he had been the Friday, June 13, 1969 10:00: p.m. til?
look-out man for Butler, -
police said. Bayfront Park HON. L. L. BROOKS, President "

Police had trouble finding GEORGE HARTH General Manager ",
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320 NE 5th Street BakerFor
Music by W. C.
held In
Butler, who was being CHARLES A. LOCKHART Public Relations Director
the city stockade on a concealed -
weapons charge.He was arrested Table Reservations, Call:
May 30 at 271 NW 10th Willie Moorman: 635.5704 Francis D loncy 757-4885 .. . If I am to enjoy a better life, others must live better too." L L. Brooks
St. and charged with carryinga
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6530 NW 15th Ave., Miami, Fla. 33147 Phones 691.0421 by Wh1D01H.y.lr. :.4 '

H. E.. SIGISMUND REEVES, Editor and Publisher I I EecutlveliredorNationanJrtanLea j Speaks
GARTH C. REEVES, Managing Editor

National Advertising Representative I
Black
Amalgamated Publishers, Inc. Increasing Clark's Stand
310 Madison Avenue, New York, N. Y., 10017 Dr.
Member of the National Newspaper Publishers Association
2400 S. Michigan Avenue, Chicago, III. 60616 College EnrollmentTo On May 15,1969, Dr.Kenneth Clark resigned from the Boardof
Directors of Antioch College.He accused the college of supporting .

SUBSCRIPTION RATES hear the fuss some people are m'lkingabout various proposals in its Afro-American Institute "a racially organizedand
ONE YEAR $5.00 SIX MONTHS.. $3.00 FOREIGN $6.00 to open the colleges to all,you would think it was a revolutionary exclusionary" educational program. Dr. Clark's letter of
in fact it's old is documwt which all should read. It is a tri-
Entered as Second Class Matter, August 8, 1927 at the Post idea. But an one. resignation a
Office at Miami, Florida, under the act of March 8, 1876 Most state universities are land-grant colleges,establishedto bute to his courage, and clear-thinking in thisperiod of confusion I
provide higher education for any state resident with a high confrontation, and separatism. 'I quote from his letter: t
"CREDO OF THE NEGRO PRESS"The school diploma. New Yorkers worried about "I o we ring the "I continue to believe, that racial prejudice,discrimination I
NEGRO PRESS believes that America can best lead, standards" of City College by admitting youngster who have and segregation are damaging to the human personality with- !
the world from racial and national antagonism when It accordsto grades below the current high required levels conveniently for- out regard to the racial rationalizations or excuses offered in i
every man regardless of" his race, creed or color..the his human get that until fairly recently, City admitted anyhigh school support of such practices. I
and legal rights. Hating no man, fearing no man Negro
Press strives to help every man In the firm b.ll.fthat all men graduate. And those were the years in which it won its reputa- "There is absolutely no evidence to support the contention I
are hurt as long as anyone is held back. tion as a top school. that the inherent damage to human beings of primitive exclusion I
Too often "standards" really mean convenience. It's more on the basis of race is any less damaging when demandedor
convenient for teachers to lecture middle class white kids thanit enforced by the previous victims than when Imposed by the i
Metro Approves City/ ProgramIt is for them t 3 moot the challenges of teaching ghetto young- dominant group. There is absolutely no valid basis by which t

sters. educational institutions can or should make any distinctions !
is encouraging that the Metro Commission has unanimously And it is more convient for administrators notto have to on the basis of race or color. Some argue that blacks and 7
approved the first planning year draft of our ComprehensiveModel make the special effort of setting up re medial classes and whites must be separated because they represent different cul-

City Program. makeup courses for the victims of inferior ghetto schools. tures, like oil and water,cannot mix.Segregationists have argued 4

There are some real goodies in this plan for the black com- And, of course, it Is far more convenient for parents of so for generations against integrated transportation, ,
munity. Best of all we think is the proposed Housing Court college-age chilfren to have less competition for the available drinking fountains, integrated schools, and intermarriage.
and Clinic to strengthen;the rights of tenants in court and to classrooms places. maintaining that mixture would lead to mongrelization of the i
educate both tenants and landlords to their responsibilities. Many schools have made a special effort to recruit black races. Such racial distinctions are arbitary, dangerously Ignorant 1
I students, but the results are still disappointing.A recent study and cruel. They are destructive and inimical to all of
Housing creates more problems in this community than any- reports that less than 2 percent of the students in the major the goals of serious education."To .
I thing else. Nearly 40% is in need of repair, which Is three state universities are Negro. It also found that last year there exclude someone of one race- or to admit that it would I
times worst than in the rest of Dade County. Model City resi- were more foriegn students in American colleges than there be appropriate to do soon the grounds that his background or
'dents pay 28% of their 'income for housing, against 19% for were black students ; that black enrollment at the Universityof experience are irrelevant, that they render him unable to
other residents of the county. This is not a matter of choice. Alabama, of all places, is about the same as the Big Ten achieve is precisely what white segregationists have been to
Discrimination and low incomes give residents no other choice, schools and that 18 predominately Negro colleges enrolled
; blacks for c e n t u r Ie s. Yet this seems to be the burden of
but to live in the crowded over-priced housing in the almost twice as many black students as the 80 predominatelywhite black
rationalization at Antioch for a separatist policy. Yet,
ghetto. Only 40% of Model City residents are homeowners.The land grant colleges and state universities.This .
it is whites who need a black studies program must of all.
situation can't go on. Black youngsters are deprivedof
negligence of some landlords and their managementr the chance for higher education because of merit" stand- "The white liberal for his part who concedes black separatism -
firms has created a mood of tenant distrust or outright hos- ards that don't take into account the inferior schools of the so hastily and benevolently must looktohis own reasons,
tility. Tenants are evicted at the rate of 250 per month In the slums and the resulting lack of motivation. Many bright young- not the least of them perhaps an exquisite relief. To encourageor
Model City area, and there is little or no attempt at under- sters Just don't believe they can go to college, and are trained endorse a separate black program not academically equiv! -
standing or cooperation. The legal rights of the tenants are to expect failure. alent to the college curriculum generally, indeed to endorse
far inferior to that of the landlord. And when black residentsare If black citizens are to aspire to the "equal opportunities"we any such program, is to reinforce the, Negro's inability to compete
paying rent to white owners for substandard housing, and hear so much about,they'll have to have the academic cre- with whites for the real power of the real world. It is no
are excluded by Income or race from any alternative In another dentials so basic to success in our technological society.A excuse to Justify the deed by citing the demand.
neighborhood, the result Is increasing racial antagonism.This college education can no longer be a preserve for the priv-
"The of the Civil movement the pattern of
Rights
history ,
iledge few. A college degree has the same meaning today thata
Housing Court and Clinic will by no means solve the high school diploma has in our parent i day -- it's the ticket evasion since the Brown decision 15 years ago prepared me
shortage of decent living quarters for poor people. With the to,middle,class Income and status. for this HEW type of logic and evasion of the fundamental
'
'
cost of construction rising at the rate of 12% a year and a The vested\i n t ere s t many faculty members and admini- moral and legal implications this problem. What I am :act
of condominiums and industrial what prepared to accept is'continued association with and educa-
heavy backlog building, strators have in the status quo canbe of no concern to a soci-
builder has time to help house -poor black people? We hope ety Interested In developing its human resources to the fullest tional institution which is an accessory, if not an Instigatorof
,Metro will waste no time in putting this court into being. There There is already such a shortage of trained people in so many this type of game-playing with the lives of human beings
is actually no time to waste. fields that it is against the national interest to continue to keep and with the life and stability of the society."I .

those college gates closed to so many minority youth. believe that above all under times of tension, stress, and
There ought to be a firm na tlo na I education
higher policy
pressures to conform to the shouting demands of the populace,
Strikers To Ask Help Here based ,on college asmission for any high school graduate who colleges must have the courage to stand firmly for the rule of
desires it, with full scholarships available to low-incomo! stu-
indispensable
reason and for those principles and values considered
A delegation of hospital and nursing home union workersin dents, and ultimately, a policy of freehigher education for all.
to serious believe that Antioch
education. I do not ,
,
Charleston South Carolina will to Miami
come Beach this Because Negro citizens have suffered most from
dis-
past in acceding to the demands for a separate facility for its Negro
week to ask from the International
help Longshoreman's Association crimination and present Inferior lower schools
steps shouldbe students has showed this type of courage.Ido not believe that
in resolving their strike. The will ask the ILA
group taken to enroll a proportionate number of black students
Antioch, in permitting some of the more hostile Negro studentsto
to close the port of Charleston in of 450 hos-
support striking with whatever remedial work is
required to help them meet coerce and intimidate other Negores and whites by quashing
,pital employes, most of whom are black. higher standards. Here, a possible answer is a fifth year of vocal dissent, has showed the courage necessary to maintainthat

college -- a "prep-school" year before formal entrance as a type of academic climate which permits man that freedomof

freshman. In fact,colleges could select high school Juniors and Inquiry, freedom of thought, and freedom of dissent which
Now Come, Ladies give them their final year of high school on campus as a pre- are essential to the life of the intellect.
liminary to full entrance. and of the
"Colleges universities must be the custodians
We're a little surprised to learn of the reactions of three of The nation's colleges and lawmakers are so busy lookingat rational and Intellectual approach to the study and eventual
tour distaff school board members to Bill Cosby's TV course, problems -- real or imagined--thatthey don't see the op- solution of difficult and complex human problems. To suc-
"Black History Lost, Stolen or Strayed." Most of us saw this portunnities open enrollment offers to creating an educated' cumb to any form of dogmatism, to institutionalize the irra-
seven-part CBS series on national television last year and skilled body of citizens. tional is to fail in fulfilling this important obligation."

,thought it excellent.
But Mrs. Helene Vosloh thinks, "This only teaches hate."
And Mrs. Anna Brenner Meyers says, "It might be what the We Can Help End Bias PEOPLE SHOULD DECIDE PROGRAM CONTENTDear

Black Muslims are teaching, but it's not what I'd like to showin
our classrooms." Mrs. Ethel Beckham feels that the program In Radio & TV Editor,

didn't deal enough with ,the black man's .accomplishments. Tired of tokenism on the air? After reading an article in last week's Miami Times. I
would like to let the public know that the public does not have
Tired of seeing a black face here and a black face there
Unlike the female board members, John Raneiri,consultant only emphasizing the lily white complexion on your TV set? to accept the proposed.program. policies of the new owners of
for social studies in the school system's central office, and WAME.
Something can be done...something is being done. And black
John P. McIntyre, head of the visual aid department, had the people who want to see the end of the Job discrimination in The publi c interest, convenience or necessity as stated by
highest praise for the series. broadcasting can help. the communications act of 1934, is the cornerstone ofAmerican
r Ranieri thought the women were "reacting to what they saw The Federal Communications Commission is about to con- broadcasting. Public interest is the right of the public to
{'In the film. It Is pretty terrifying at times, especially that sider adopting a rule to bar radio and television stations from broadcast service, which is superior to any private Interest,
Philadelphia classroom, but this is what's happening today. We discriminating in employment, both behind and in front of the whims or caprices of the particular persons who have been
hope to build up a dialogue and discuss what this is all about. granted licenses. "
action
camera or microphone. The comes as a result of a petition -
,We have to face reality." filed with the FCC two years ago by three agencies of the Radio stations must be responsive to the needs of the communities -
McIntyre was even more down to earth. "There were partsI United Church of Christ: the Office of Communication, Com- in which they are located. The citizens of South
objected to and at times was shocked. But I needed to be mittee for Racial Justice and United Church Board for Home- Florida's black communities should demand that the F.C.C.
shocked," he said. land Ministries. have a hearing on the proposed program policies of the new

There's a hitch, of course. The United Church proposal owners of WAME.
t would have required stations to furnish evidence that they are I think that we should remember that although the station
Another Florida Memorial College? not discriminating. has been sold Me the community still have the last word by law

But the rule the FCC is proposing calls for action againsta to decide what type of music we want to hear.
We were surprised to learn last week that a $1 million driveis station only when complaints of unfair hiring practices'are
on in St. Johns County to build a Greater Florida Memorial received by the commission. John W. Scott, Jr.
,
College. When the old Florida Memorial packed up lock, stock
Now that isn't likely to make the stations lose any sleep. If the
I and barrel and moved: to Miami last year we thought the school Who complains? You don't know for sure whether particular renewal of the station's license to broadcast dependson
far St. concerned.But whether or not it can that its hiring practices are
was through as as Augustine was station is discriminating unless or someone prove
you know
an article in the Jacksonville newspaper last week told has applied for a Job. If the rule against discrimination you is to fair, it will go out of its way to provide equal opportunities for

of friends of the late N. W. Collier and the late S. A. Blocker have any effect at all, the burden must be on the stations to employment.The .
havng plans for a Greater Florida Memorial College.The prove that they aren't discriminating. time is short for letting Communications

committee met at St. Mary's Baptist Church,Rev. H. L. The staff of the commission itself has recommended Commissioners and Chairman Rose. Hyde know what you
Patterson, pastor.'Their statement said that the St.Augustine with teeth in it -- requiring stations to demonstrate a when rule think, but a letter to your Congressman could help. If he gets a
stack
and St. Johns County community cannot survive without a four- their licenses come up renewal that they have not discriminated fair of letters from the voters demanding a tougher rule on
year liberal arts college. employment in broadcasting, you can be sure he'll let the
Commissioners know about it.





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MIAMI TIMES, Friday, June 13, 1969 5


Black ProfilesOf Their's Was 'Learn Baby learn'

"THE BLACK 1969 GRADUATES :

CourageThomas PROBLEM, IF YOU CALL IT THAT ;

IS TRYING TO DECIDE WHICH :

Bradley was the one Black candidate out of 14, Including OFFER TO ACCEPT' '

the Incumbent Mayor Samuel Yorty, to enter the Los
Angeles, California Primary for Mayor on April 1,1969 (April INt ',<'or ,' "

Fool's Day); and his winning by 100,000 votes mist: have been

'April Fool' to many. This gave Thomas Bradley, 51, City

Councilman, a special page in I
today's Negro History since he II I

became the first black may- I I

oral candidate to challenge an ,
incombent Mayor. He conducted -

a campaign a'full-fledg r rrj

ed' Democrat with courage and !
determination to win in the May I II I

27th, 1969 runoff He let it be I /
known that his aim was to serve I

I everybody in every part of the r
I city and always be on hand to

I give help needed anytime, especially -

I in time of a crisis. t
His 21 years on the city's

,!"F police force backed by his r'
r
i experience as the first blackman Ri4"T

r to serve ontnecitycoun-
cil in Los Angeles (a 1963 'THOMAS BRADLEY a .j '
H f
; winner, and unopposed In 1967) as wellas that he gathered asa (

I lawyer and a police lieutenant -- fortified him with the : r

I knowledge and experience to cope with any and all situations

; which might ever confront him. I

Preparedness has meant much to Mr. Bradley every sincehe t

came to Los Angeles with his mother 45 years ago from
I
,I Calvert, Texas where he was born in 1917. He graduated
from Polytechnic High School in Los Angeles;worked his way

through UCLA; and later as a police officer, graduated from
I Southwestern Law School.
,
Thomas Bradley has made the nation proud of him. not only ..
I
as a black man but as a man with high qualifications and the
,
ability to communicate with all people, regardless of race, LETTER TO EDITOR

creed, color or national origin or in what ever section they I Facts Not FictionLEON I

live. He received 47%of the votes in the Mayoral runoff against Pen Pal WantedDear
Mayor Yorty. This must surely have awakened Mayor Yorty J. ELL

who according to reports visited several foreign countries i
,
WHAT THE BLACK PEOPLE SHOULD KNOW ABOUT ZION-
when his own city was in 'real' crisis. It is also stated that Editor, ,
ISM ITS OBJECTIVES AND ITS IMPLICATION TO THE .
,
his second term was tainted by scandals, including indictmentsof STATUS OF THE AMERICAN, NEGRO. I am much interested in corresponding with American boys
five "Yorty" appointed City Commissioners on chargesof and girls. My name is Jlzuko Hirata female. My address Is i

bribery or criminal conflict of interest . three were 102-8 Nakanlshl-cho, Miyazaki City, Japan. lam 15 years old. '
convicted, two await trial. Such surely calls for close watch In May 1948, the Jewish community of Palestine declared My hobbies are collecting stamps.

by not only Thomas Bradley and his supporters, but by all itself an independent state and was Immediately recognized \,'

citizens as Mayor Yorty serves again as Mayor of Los Russia,the United States and practically the other membersof Yours truly,
Angeles, the third largest city of the United States. the United Nations except the Arab states. The Arab coun- Jlzuko Hirata

His wife, Ethel of28 years and their two daughters-Lorraine tries rejected the United Nations' decision and declared war

24, and Phyllis 23, always give Thomas Bradleyhusband and against the newly born state of Israel.Their leaders appealed n

father) that spiritual and moral support needed by a man in to the Arab population in Palestine to leave their homes sc>I EDITOR
LETTER TO
Public Life, especially in Politics.He is often referred to as a that their armies could wage a'ruthless war of extermination f.'

moderate backed by militants; but one thing sure bis sense of against the Jews ind drive the remnant into the Mediterranean -
integrety and his courage to always'tellltlike It Is' have won with a promise that the Arabs will return and inherit all Happiness Is 1:

him confidence, respect, friends and votes. Jewish possessions. The result of this war is well known.A .
When he is not serving the city as councilman, he is busy few hundred thousand Arabs deserted Palestine. The ma- Happiness means different things to different people at a ;

o with some of the 37 organizations with which he is affliated, jority of those who ran at the request of their leaders are now given time. It may be defined as the pleasurable experience ;,
still living in situated in the that comes from possession of good or enjoyment.But what can '
beginning with the Board of Trustees of First A ME Church of camps neighboring Arab countries,
living on doles provided the United be the basis of happiness as an overall subject, when pertaining ;
which he and his wife are members.He Is active with (the Com- by Nations. Hundreds of
munity Resources Panel-System of Development Corporation, thousands of indigent Arabs from all over the Middle East to the black American? Where can t be found? How can it \

vice president of Friendship Day Camp, Council of Intergov- moved to those camps claiming to be refugees in order to be reserved? How can others be helpedtofind it? All of these

ernmental Relations (Governor's Council), Legislation Com get the dole which, by our standards, is very meager, but questions may never obtain a solution.However, making a cor-
mittee of the Los Angeles Bar Association, MexicanAmerican nevertheless on a par or better than the standard of living ofpart rect step, in the correct direction, to recognize and discern

Political Association, Watts Training Center Board of of the population in Arab states. clearly the problems that do exist, enable us to become more
aware and concerned. II
Trustees, Los Angeles County Democratic Central Committee -

and many, many others. . (too many to list). To some, happiness can be:
It is claimed that there are close to a million refugees Coming home and finding dinner already winning If
We need more men like Thomas Bradley with the intelligence prepared;
training, courage and experience in related fields whose waiting for resettlement.Actually, no one knows how many a bundle at the races, after betting your last dollar; discovering -
bona-fide refugees are found in those camps and the actual you got Just what you wanted a baby boy on the day of \.
aim is to serve all people in such a way so as to have equality, ;
progress, and Justice in establishing law and order as city number of people that should be on the dole list. It is a fact your picnic, a sunny day, after a rainy morning. ,

councilman (the position in which he now serves) . Mayor, that a great number of the refugees are registered under two But there is also a kind of happiness that is so rewarding, j,'
or bolder of any elected office or three different names in order to get triple doles. There it brings pride and admiration, overlooking one's small faults ,

i has never been a census taken of bona-fide Arab refugeesin and differences. To the black American of today, nothing can \

I the camps. The Arabic countries defy a solution to the be more rewarding or envied with pride, than to:
PHILOSSOFER problem in order to keep up the agitation against the State of Witness his children complete high school, and go on to 'I I

Much comment has been black man who came highly Israel. better themselves for a more successful future in this ever

nude about the seemingly surprising recommended. That whipping changing, every growing world; being able to obtain Job that
took in the primary Israel, the ancient land of the Bible, described as the land he desires and his
defeat of Thomas Yorty enjoys; getting family a nice, neat, clean, i
Bradley by Sam Yorty in the turned out to be Just a slap on flowing with milk and honey,was far from being a land to sus- decent, place to live and not Just to exist. dAs
tain a large community. The new Immigrants, survivors ofHitler's
Los Angeles mayoralty race. the wrist. a start I believe
sincerely as so many have already
crematorias and from other lands of protection
Yorty was behind in the pri- Whenever I hear of,such stated he must first have in his
color
pride own his race, his
were coming in by the thousands to build the land and rebuild
mary 42% to 27%, yet he won events, my mind goes back to self and his heritage. He must not condemn his ancestors for
their broken bodies and spirits. They found a country of
in the regular election.I say it the story of Pharoah and the absence of and
swamps and desert waste due to centuries of neglect. They prior knowledge skill. We must realize, thepast
was surprising, but after the ten plagues. Once more our were determined to build up their'' homeland with their own is gone, and nothing we can ever say, ever do or even
results were in, I realized that American pharoahs (the hope for, can ever change yesterday, or the day before nor
hardened their hands. The Job they did is a tribute to human faith and spirit.
this was not exactly a political voters) have the day prior.
It is deal of sacrifice and determination to
Instead hearts. I wonder out to be Just taking a great push
defeat for Mr. Bradley. -
wonder what back the desert sands, drain theswampsandchange them into Strength for the future lies in today. For the future is on '
I see it as a manifestation hearts. I plagueis
coming next? lush cultivated fields. They built workshops and factories and its way, like an ever turning, surprising tornado.
old"
of the "good of white Being in the confrontation raised the Industrial production and potential of Israel. They Think, think hard. What can you do to contribute to betteringthe
American .brand
racism. *' phase of our'racial relations, have built and are still building roads,ports, schools, homes, future, your' life, and the life of your children? If you can

'Yorty was soundly beaten in Fm afraid the situation will and hospitals, mining for mineral deposits and drilling for oil say nothing; In this modern ever changing world of opportun1I(I
ties are lying.
and water. you
the primary proving that become more explosive unless
At The youth of today are looking fo r much more than Just
"let .
the voters knew his weak- they my people go"
Israel has succeeded in a short period of twenty one yearsin working with their hands, they want to express their opinionsand
nesses and were informinghim this time I little for
see hope
creating a dynamic state surrounded by Middle ,Eastern give their views on subjects of importance to them and
of their disgust. Politicalcommentators' the future.Those to whomI
near countries of the 16th century economics. AU of this was done their future Their minds are bursting with suggestions,
columnists
and still blinded to the
speak are
with the objective of keeping the doors open for immigrationto improvements, reasoning, contributions, and understanding.
believe that the
would have us real issues and in their blind-
all persecuted Jews.To date. Israel has taken in a million One path to happiness for the black man of today may well :
turn-about which returned continue to stumble the
office ness on %c&' a'"half, wandering and stateless Jews since its creation. be for him to stand up and do "his thing", his part ,Yf(
Yorty to the mayor's road of misunderstanding and
was due to the voters hard line hate towards destruction. :A.few.hundred thousand of those were expelled Jews from the. If he looks closely, he will notice that the door which was r
surrounding Arabic countries. once close and sealed, Is now ajar within its midst
a (
shining
stand on "law and order",and Truly, the love of many has
that this was a mandate against waxed cold as men continue to light that burns ever more, to show you the way to your im"I

crime and disorder. worship the false idols of pre Next installment will deal with the status of the Jew all over possible dream.
Fiddlesticks! It was Just judice. the world as a result of the establishment of the state of Israel. P. S. "Pray for peace" Pray for Happiness'"and for those
that do not 'jfr
pray"
plain everyday whit (cism. In this day "let my people

The voters of Los Angeles go" means we must open our I
prefer a white man whom they hearts to all mankind so that accept those in our own social be, so the sooner we start Miss Linda Ingraham

pointed out as being unqualified everyone will be accepted on groups. Utopian? Yes, it is working,on it, the,sooner the 2455 NW 162nd St.

to continue in office, to aI the same basis that we now now, but God has willed it to world will see it. Opa-locka, Fin


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r : w""J Howard: t Name Cheek New President! ..1| I

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WASHINGTON, D. C.-":" ;;. mous choice of the selection Dr. Cheek attended elemen.
James E. Cheek, a 36yearold committee and the Board. tary and secondary schools in
president of Shaw Univer- The new president is expected Greensboro, N. C. and graduated
BY CLARICE LITTLES -_. sity in Raleigh N. C., was to assume his duties with a bachelor of arts
Miami Times Society Editor elected today as president of later this summer, Judge degree from Shaw University
'Howard University. Richardson said. in 1955. In 1958 he receiveda
\Congratulations Bettye Page. Your appointment deserves Judge Scovel Richardson of Dr. Cheek, a scholar of bachelor of divinity degree
unreserved approval and congratulations.. I do hope you will the U. S. Customs Court in theological history, took over from Colgate Rochester Divinity -
be permitted to serve on the Zoning Board. New York and chairman of the the presidency of Shaw Uni- School. Hereceiveda
Surprise! Surprise! And that's what it was last Saturday Howard Board of Trustees, versity in 1963.A Ph.D. degree fromDrewUni-
night when relatives and friends gave Mrs.Bessie Johnson the said Dr. Cheek was the unani- native of Roanoke Rapids, versity in 1962.

party of all parties for her birthday. The festive celebrationwas His other positions have included
held at the home of her sister, Mrs. Bernice Carey. Credit Union Honors Mrs. RangeThe t teaching assistant at
Here from Jamaica are Madeline Barnes and Hazel Ramsey. Drew Theological School
Board of Directors of leader of our com- ,
They are the houseguests of the D. A. Julius' (Lurel). the Liberty City Federal outstanding munity; and to raise funds for Madison, N. J.; instructor at

Among the Miamians attending Howard University's com- Credit Union will hold a testi- the regular reserve of the Union Junior College, Cran-
mencement activities were Helena Knowles, Ismae Prescodand monial luncheon in honor of credit union, and thus Insure ford, N. J.; visiting instructorat
Cyril Prescod to witness Darville ngraduate. Mamie and Mrs. Athalie Range, our City the payment of a small dividend DR. JAMES E. CHEEKN. Upsala College, East
Clifford Howard and Norman Howard were there tocongratulate Com missioner to our members.A C., Dr. Cheek is married Orange, N. J.; and assistant
their daughter and niece Carol Howard.But Fran Chambers dynamic program anda and the father of a son and a professor in the School of Religion .
Jetted to New York (C. W. Post) to witness her son, Russ The purpose of this affair is delicious menu have been daughter. His wife is the for- at Virginia Union University
Jollivette's graduation.The twofold; to pay tribute to an arranged. mer Celestine Juanita Wil-

reason for L. J. and Ann Smith's absence from home t
was their daughter Patricia graduated from Tuskegee Institute - I
'fI\ '. Fo6Permanent i

Women in Community Service Volunteers held their annual 4 '
meeting June 11 at the Biscayne Cafeteria.Reports were givenon Deft//1t'1 Curly 'I
Girls.the status of WICS work recruiting for the Job Corps for N a xiI fl.lOCOldl'.

''I
The Rt. Rev. John M.'Burgess was elected the first black \( t
bishop in the history of the Episcopal Church ,tin the United
States at a special election Saturday of the M Massachusetts L
diocese. Bishop Burgess has been suffragan bishop of Mas-
!
sachusetts since 1962. .
:
,
With the 1st Infantry Division in Vietnam is Pfc Jack S. I
Avenue.McKinley, son of Mrs.. Ruth M. Mckinley of 6909 NW 18th NATURALAFROS I


Bertha Williams, Louise Bynes and Betty Ross jetted to Full & Soft I
Nashville to attend the graduation of their son and nephew, Now only $24.88
Anthony Williams from Tennessee State.From New York came LADY LEE WIGS '
Minnie Burgess and Eva Alexander. r 773 Fisherman Street r
pa-lock
Maxie and Marguerite Z. Miller and daughter,Monise spent Aho< Finest 100% Human
.
Hair Wig* We Deliver.
the week end in Tallahassee. Marguerite and Lillie Doles received ,
twenty-five year pins from FAMU. TEL: 685-5541
.,
* * * * * * * \
Get well wishes to Flora Johnson, recuperating at home; '
YES! w.9We :
Wigs
Butler and Lee
Raymond Guions Cedars.
rt v,r- Clean Style :
Eleventh annual graduation exercise of Poitier's Kinder- Condition -
garten was held Sunday, June8,at Primary'C'. But Jackson's ," a ,. _-.. Q.1i"a! \ l4 "'''J AFROS $6.50

Toddle School.Inn will be tonight,June 12,at Brownsville Junior High The members of the Jones High School Concert Choir, Orlando, here pre 773 Fisherman LADY LEE St.WIGS. Opo-loeko

sents a copy of their album to the conductor of the Florida Memorial College TEL: 685-5541
Dr. Jerry N. Davis, son of Mr. and Mrs. Nathaniel Davis Concert Choir,. John E. Price. The celebrated JonesHigh Choir, under the direction We have a complete wig
(Hazel) was promoted to the .rank of Major In the U. S. Air styling dept. Pick and
of Mr$. Edna S. Hargrett the up
an evening mcert at Florida Memorial
gaye
Force. Major Davis, an Air Force dentist is serving with the delivery.
USAF Hospital at Chanute AFB, Rantoul, Illinois, as chief of College recently.
Crown and Bridge. In 1967 after a two year tour at Clark AB,
Medal for meritorious service. He is a graduate of Booker T.
Washington High School, Tennessee A&I and Meharry Medical EUNICE W. LIBERTYTO

College. His wife, Alva, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Sherman BE HONOREDThe
Smith and two daughters, Kimberli, 5 and Lisa 2, reside with Bargain DaysHundreds
Jerry in Rantoul. Greater MiamtNational

Outstanding participants in several community schools were Council of Negro Women will
honored Friday in the student union building at the Universityof honor Mrs. Eunice W. Libertywho
Miami. Participating in the program this year were BookerT. is retiring from the Dade
Washington, Ada Merritt, Henry Flier and Primary "C". County School System. Of DressesMARKED
Community schools. Alan A. Dworkis, a retired businessman -
The affair will be held June
was general chairman. 14 at the New Covenant Pres- DOWN FROM OUR REG. STOCK

More than 150 Bahal's observed Race Unity Day Sunday at byterian Church, 1221 NW 43
the Palmetto Country Club.Harold Guinyard,a graduate fellow St. at 5:30 p.m. Please attend
at'' the University of Miami was the featured speaker. and help us honor this out-
The Dade County School Librarians held their annual In- standing civic, religious, and 1/2 Price

stallation Luncheon Saturday, June', at Miami Springs educaUonalleader.
Villas. Mrs. Cornelia L. Glenn,
Is president.
Mrs Patrick (Annie Roe) Robertson of New York City is
the houseguest of Mrs. Mary Lee James, Coconut Grove.
After an absence of many, many years, Gwenn Sinclair returns q88
to Miami for a visit. She is the houseguest of her aunt, Dd
Mrs. Daisy Roberts Travers.
Ollie Henry has returned to Miami after attending the fun- '
eral of Mr. Lonnie Jones in Sarasota. '
JUNIORS
Leaving for Phoenix, Arizona and the National Newspaper MISSEY
Publishers Convention next week will be Garth C. Reeves, NUKAIROR *l/2 SIZES
Garth Jr. and Rachel. Their trip will include a visit Into the

Grand Canyon.Dr. .
While They Last
Alford Wooten, Jr. of San Francisco, Calif was in the
city to visit relatives and friends and also to take the Florida
Pediatrics examination. Dr. Wooten received his early yearsof
education in Jackson County, Florida. His 12th year was YOUR
completed in New Jersey. He did undergraduate work at Rut-
ger's University, Newark, N. J., Southern Illinois Universityand V
Parson's College, Fairfield, Iowa. Dr. Wooten received tjllq';:: <
his Doctorate of Pediatrics degree, May 17, from California ;
College of Pediatrics, San Francisco. lie was the houseguestof NUKAIRm 1 i
Mr. and Mrs. Roy (Mary)Souter,Sr. 5941 NW 21st Avenue. / 0i
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Black Studies Courses Needed; But "A//-Faculties"/ View Is "Facisf"present I

Author Eugene D. Genovese author Genovese says the culture of black people have campus unrest upon
said today that black studies courses are necessary to help been ignored or caricatured, those who, after World Warn,
courses represent"a momentous black people develop their own and access to the, universities "opened the universities to the
step toward the establish- intelligentsia "equipped to themselves has been severely military, to big-business recruitment -
ment of relations of equality provide leadership on various circumscribed. to the'fight against
between white and black intel- levels of political and cultural "Black studies programs, Communism to the CIA and
lectuals" but he warned action" and also to "combatthe shaped in a manner consistentwith to numerous other rightist
against such courses being racism of white students". such traditional univer- pressures. If Dow Chemicalor
taught by "all-black facul- The universities, he says, sity values as ideological ROTC belongs on a col- r
ties.. owe black students such freedom and diversity,can lege campus,so does the Com- BY STANLEY "SWEETS" SWEETING/
Writing on "The Legitimacy courses. "Black people have help to correct this injustice." munist Party, the Black Pan-
and Llm'ts ofBlackStu- largely been excluded in thee Genovese writes,though, thers, the John Birch Society, LINE-O-TYPE 1
dies" in the June issue of past, for the atmosphere has that "The demand for all- th Campfire Girls,or the Mafia \.
Atlantic, now on newsstands,. been racist, the history and black faculties rests on the insistence for that matter." THE LITTLE RED BOOK: Designed to train people for
that only blacks can health careers, the new $1,600,000 seven-story health train-
understand the black ex- .. ing center -- Area Vocational School -- i E r 1
perience. This cant is nothingnew scheduled for completion sometime in
: It forms the latest ver- August. Some of the courses to be,offered /
sion of the battle cry of every Include,dental technicians,practical nurses,
reactionary nationalism and nurses' aides, masseurs, physical theraphy a 4 r 1A14I
has clear antecedents, for example attendants, surgical technicians,cosmetologists -
in the nineteenthcentury dietary aides, medical office assis-
German romantic move- tants, central service technicians, internal J.
f.k ment. To be perfectly blunt, it accounting and payroll. . We itemed herean '+
:1' now constitutes an Ideologi- S edition ago that City of Miami motorman ring I
\ :; cally fascist position and must F Bobby Ineraham... :recent winner of outstand- A
be understood as such." 1 t officer' for the month of April, now gets another. Radio
Genovese puts the blame for station WFUN has labeled the veteran policeman 'Citizen of
the DaY' for June 9,' 1969. (
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NOTES ON A NAPKIN: Recommended: That cheerful little,
y 3 eyeful Ida Marie Freeman. sweet, petite and allreet < .
in 2nd Gear Rosie Lee Horn from Head Start teach,
a s --- --- -- Shifting : I
Mrs. Ruthie Jones Pratt of at Frances S. Tucker elementary ,to Career Development f
1456 NW 59th St.,the daughter Specialist . Irving Don Strachan from Classroom teaching;
of Mrs. Minnie Jones Simmonsleft to Coordinator of Male Aides . Mrs. Lillian Smith and grad,
Saturday,June to Join her daughter Brenda Collie back from five-day hop to Nassau
> <} 1T tpjt husband in Germany. Mr. . The Jesse Alexander Sands'daughter Dianne to wed Robert
z n iF 4e"w and Mrs: Pratt both graduatedfrom Chester Smith June 22 in Mount Tabor Baptist.
Miami NorthwesternHigh /H
School class of '66. SALT WATER TAFFY: James Brown checked into the Hilton
J JI Mrs. Pratt also completedthe Plaza for the 16th time since it opened 18 months ago. . And J
I course with the Weaver dynamic Jamaican singer Ken Hamilton opened atJoe's in the,,
1 Airlines School and was em- Hilton Tuesday night .Brenda Rolle reached her 14th Wed-- :
ployed at Southern Bell tele- nesday (June 11)) . Christine Eve rightly deserves her prin.cipalship :
,, phone Co. She will stop over appointment at all-white Treasure Island ElementaryDade
: : r )t i3o'i 6 in New York City for two daysto ( County's first) on the Beach, 'cause that gal's (amongj: 1"'
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visit relatives. From there other qualifications) a classy lassie. . Evelyn Taylor (Mrs :
TO MARRY JUNE 28 Mr. and Mrs. Clarence
, i Marriage she will fly on to Germany to Robert) bedded at Cedars of Lebanon . Richard Whitney's :
Gale of Baton Rouge are announcing the engagementof Join her husband PFC Marvin mother Mrs Lillie Whitney, down from Springfield, Ohio for,
their daughter, Wanda Laraine, to Mr. Harvey Or- Mr. and Mrs. Elbert W. Pratt for two years.Stxsotional an indefinite stay. ','
man Nairn, son of Mr. and Mrs. Stafford Nairn of Jones of Tallahassee,have the
Miami, Fla.The double-ringceiemony will be solem- pleasure of announcing the ' OMEN THE WEEK'S WASH: Three thugs attacked and maimed

ized at St. Agnes, Catholic Church at 12 o'clock marriage of their daughter 1:45 funeral director Harold Francis' son Thomas lastSunday night
3 Linn Ann E lour Ine to Mr. in front of his Seventh Street abode, a beating that will cause
i, noon on June' 28. Thomas James Griffin of New in Color the loss of one eye . Thieves broke into Shabazz Family

Miss Gale, a special education major expects ,York City! and Miami, A/ ,reception -; "HOUSE NEAR Clothing (a ,Muslim, estab?) in ,Central Edison Center, last i.;
to graduate from Southern University, at the summer honoring the couple THE, PRADO" Sunday late or early Monday, carting away,loads of feminine .
I will be held at the home of apparel. Police are investigating . And apparently an attempt -, 1
the "Male Service"
commencement. Mr. Nairn who is now serving in -
\il i' the bride's Satur- ,
parents on made'to
was enter next door King The Tailor (Clothiersfor
2 frolics
Girlie
n U. S. Army, spent four years at Southern University June 28 at five
day, o'clock. men) according to evidence on the premises,but the burg
majoring in physical education, prior to being with Family and friends are cor- POSITIVELY ADUITS ONIY lars were stymied by security measures.
the New York Jets professional football team. dially Invited.

STUFF AND SUCH: Mrs Willie Moorman Surprised Birthday 1 S'
party-ed her hubby with a fabulous blast at their BrownsI
1ERSONMODEL villa home last Saturday night. visiting family stakeout (ma-
neuvered by Mrs Moorman) emerged from Its'nest' upon sig-
nal, and zeroed in on the startled and happy honoree , T''
LONGER. E VISI Oi Houseguesting with the Francis (Rosa Lee) Delancys from
.. Nassau are Jennie Smith and two sons, and Car meta Hart and!

son . Flora Barry-Johnson convalescing athome following.
-, --- ._, - "r' minor surgery at Baptist hosp. i
YET MILDER. '
SCRATCH MY BACK: Minnie Dismucke goes into Mt Sinai;
hosp Friday. I can't imagine what a looker like Minnie would,, \
i want in a hospital,because that gal always looks like she stepped
i QQG= II t out of Vogue. Thyroid ? ?,? Transfiguration Churchmen:
; =20CIGARETTES' paid final installment on new'tiled flooring . And St AgneS I
Churchmen' (No. 2)) presenting a Father's Day TeaSunday
( \
::1. \,: { llll1ll1llllhlEIIllIJJ1llhItllllIH _II *t. afternoon from, 4 to 6 (Jung ,15)), in the Parish Hall . A''
.' "' '" ' \ Catholic ceremony in the Nation's Capitol June 28 will unite
FH.r FH. O I ')' I If' t the Leon Joseph Perrys' daughter Lynda: Marie to Cyrus
Martin Jollivette in Saint Ann's Cathedral. ,I j
MODEL UPSOA WITH i//
I SWEETS! TREATS: The 64th anniversary session of the
0 PRIVATELISTEHINGEARPHONE National Baptist Sunday School and Baptist Training Uniod'Congress "
.t bI' " convenes at Dinner Key audit June 16-22. . Dar-
Y II IIr I IN ville 'Knowles III graduated from Howard University last, I
1, nn II I $5.,00DOWN Friday. Those attending included his mother Helena Prescod-: .:
4 i Knowles, uncle and aunt Ismaye and Cyril Prescod.The proud ':

grandmother is Mrs Maude Prescod .Alfreda Barry nam- :
,..o.. I ed her Joyce Michelle. Baby Joyce was christened at Incar-. '
'
",,, J'/: .' nation last Sunday (June 1)) with Jerry Parks, Joan Anderson'and
a I., Call Thelma Carey standing as Godparents Grandmother Joyce'
; Barry's home was the reception scene and greatgrandmotherViolet
751-5629 Griffith was the senior member of the 4th generation
W;',, present.
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NO CREDIT

",: I'",/ REQUIRED CONFIDENTIALLY YOURS: Dunbar elementary's first
Headstart Closing Exercises crossed the boards June 5. .,.,
According to Linda Betz Sammy DavisJrtoopen his own club' (
:1 in Nassau, which he says he's mad about Will move altogetherfrom z
D ;, .. ALSO: California, he says. All this after FANTASTIC crowds ; i
:A'" FURNITURE to King's Inn recently. .And we understand from John Miller j
If: t APPLIANCES that Sammy is buying the estate next to pal Sidney Poitier's ,
STEREOS gigantic place in,the Bahamas . Little Angle Bethel cele- ';
brated her 12th birthday Wednesday (June 11) with her West (
Dunbar classmates at the school. Her mom Roslynteaches at ,
U.S. Government figures show East Dunbar and her pop Aaron is PE instructor at West Dun- {I
W,T. WELLS' bar . In addition to her recent appointment as member of ;
PALL MALL GOLD 100'slowerin"tar'than COMPANY the Zoning Appeals Board to succeed NealAdams,schoolmarm i
Betty Page of Brownsville Junior high was campaign chairman :
the best-selling 45 N. W. 54th Street for Janet Dean In her bid for National Education Association J r '
(NEA) president . That's it brother, from your one-man-
filter king. Ctf __ Miami, Florida 33127 newspaper, ,who knows everybody and everybody's racket, but ,
"/ "f' I Ijl who is allways giving some poor sucker a break!
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8 THE MIAMI TIMES, Friday, June 13, 1969 I IJob

-r CL Jobs Waiting To Be Taken

openings listed with the The above Jobs are part of a

Addie ReportsOn National Alliance of Businessmen list of 40 employment oppor.
at tunities that were
s can now be seen any availablelast
Musical ArtsBy one of the Urban League's four week. The list Is broughtup

.? i ADLINE PONTIPHFLET conveniently located Opera- to date weekly on Mondays.

ir i.M': ii i =5 I1E ,', tion Equality Offices. Anyone interested may stop by
I I J Each week, a new list of the Operation Equality officeto
J'1 11- available jobs will be sent to check the list and get further

Mr. Plato must have had my ciety where he tells me, "I wt BY DAVE BONDUsr the offices. Examples of the information.The .

two distinguished PerformingArts find great satisfaction in help kinds of employment offered, offices are located at
Society guests in mind ing our young people." cr>csf xaAac ntaae salary, and qualifications are: 3378 Douglas Road, 448-6268;
when he wrote his famous quo- _.. Truck Driver $2 hour Hia- 6740 NW 15th Ave., 691.3811,
'---- Since there is a drive on asking churches to donate five million
tation. Fm speaking of Miss leah area, chauffeur's license 2338 All Baba Ave., 681-8182-;
Janet Reiter, mezzo-soprano, E dollars to a fund because black people have been exploited, ; butcher trainee, $1.60 and 2001 NW 35th St., 633-3900
from
who will sing the leading role and other persons are asking for six billion dollars hour, Coral Gables; shipping These Jobs from NAB are
banks of the USA for the same reason, I think it is my turn. I
with small
of "Guenevere" In a forth- clerk, $2.50 hour, North West companies who do
am going to ask for 50 billion dollars from all of the newspapers -
coming presentation of the andI area; salesman; $120 a week, their own on-the-Job trainingwith
In the United States because people read everyday
music of "Camelot" machine new employees
(Lerner, NW area milking withoutthe
f and the Miami Times, I guess ;
with Garth Reeves
am starting
Loewe), and Mr. Walter operator $80 a week, NW benefit of official govern-
to be what I
This kind of movement seems
Brown, who will sing the duo maybe I'm joking. auto mechanic helper ment contact. The main quail-
would call a fad. A long time ago,kids were swallowing gold- area;
role of fication for these
"King Arthur" and $75 a week, NW area; stock Jobs is that
fish then came the fad on how many people could get into a
"Lancelot" in ; the
the same pre- clerk $1.60 an hour, North person applying be unemployed
sentation at the Fontainebleau phone booth; this was followed by the pantie raids in the col- or under-employed.
lege dorms; then came civil rights move (which was a good Miami.
'!!'!IIM'1'' &> ti "'"
r J"
move); then marches followed by killings and then college
flare-ups ..and now what some people are calling blackmail. want to go, what needs to be done,and are trying In their own
Id The nation for peace and harmony for all people working together way to do something about it. You may not agree with their
living together, learning together and even praying tactics, but they are at least trying.
together would be my thing. It takes all kinds Hey you golfers! The Opa-locka Jaycees are having a golf
tournament June 29th at the Fairways Golf Course located at

i WALTER BROWN PRETTY GIRL OF THE WEEK: Catherine Jackson 37th Avenue and Douglas Road. (This is Just past the Carol
PRETTY BOY OF THE WEEK: Bobby Durden City complex). Entry fee is $10 plus green fees and electric
I t With a team like Miss Janet VIP OF THE WEEK: Bernie Dyer cart. The course is In great shape and I believe you'll enjoy

n R Reiter and Mr. Walter Brown, MOTHER OF THE WEEK: Dorsey Howard playing It. . Bet you didn't know that James Youngblood,
___ "Camelot" should most cer- FATHER OF THE WEEK Special for Father's Day Dr. owner of Cal's Place on 22nd Avenue, Is the guy who boughtthe
tainly not be a forgotten effort Edwin Shirley James Brown Show for Wednesday night. He also has the
on the part of the Per- kitchen concession the Jetaway Lounge on 36thStreet. Good

forming Arts Society. Good QUICK NOTE DEPARTMENT: I had a chance to meet some luck In all your ventures . The Paul LaPierre School of
luck, everyone! of the young people of the United Black Student Organization.Some Musical Arts had a testimonial dinner at the studio for City of

And here it is, Sunday the people might think that they are a bunch of kooks, but Miami Commissioner M. Athalle Range Wednesday night It

15th of June. you are mistaken. These young people that talked with, under was very, very nice. . This school is having it's spring concert
JANET the leadership of Harold Long and Wilbur Butler,are keen of at the Fontainbleau on Sunday beginning at 1:30 p.m. n
REITER
Gowns, wigs, gloves,shoes, mind, very discerning of todays problems and are concerned promises to be "somethlngelse."
Miss Reiter, lam pleased to corsages and you name it,have about their black people.They have opened an office at 62nd St. That is it for this week: TILL THE NEXT ONE, LIVE LIFE,
say, displays a great deal of been
purchased for our great and 17th Avenue called the Black C ommunfty Development organization EVERY GOLDEN MINUTE OF rr. PEACEILI8.IT' !
self control at all times. "A occasion
coming off this weekend
and believe there to If
me they are help. So, by
nervous wreck" she claims
Miss Elizabeth Shoemaker
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chance you have considered them stupid or misinformed,throwit
herself to be, is not the image from
the Properties De-
out of mind.The UBS is know where
she projects. In fact her pres- partment tells me costumes ..............................your.............................................................'.U...H'H.up...tight..''U'" "They" " " " ,.'....._they. ._ .
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ence could well serve as a good have been rented Including : FIRS'T MIAMI SHO'WINGO'R'IVE'IN"

ti'a quUizer. Mellow voiced, crowns (worth over five hun- im": This WeekFri. I '
I
'tRE 'TRE'I
Janet could easily charm a dred dollars) for the leading f.:: j
bird. The many love songs of characters.Nothing has been I
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"Camelot" require Just that spared so it seems. Letters Sat. Sun. L:r "MORE TERRIFYING'THAN-

kind of voice and with her mild from all directions have been WORLD A M HITCHCOCK'S 'PSYCHO'-In""r.erfA
gestures, the ensemble is flooding the studio. Dignitaries :I. fUS.
quite pleasing., Mr, ,Brown, of all kinds, Commissioners : I I
however, is quite the opposite from many cities, ,'. ,
with his voice. His is a strong bank presidents, newspaper il '' .. :
full-bodied voice in a mid- editors, presidents from ,'.' ',1 ;
many ""A, 2 .
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,tenor For this :;:; 2 f1';
range. arrange- associations and even a telephone '.'. :' :," ::1j:
ment of "Camelot" 1<1tI; :
we've had call from Governor M
to subdue his voice so as not Claude Kirk, all this to con- !1 ,
to overpower sweetGue- firm attendance and If not, to Shows Bands ::1 i

nevere's. Having reached a send some representation.

happy medium with the pitch, Yes, Indeed. We want to | 10 P.M. ,

the ensemble should be quite show the world that there is' !I::::AND I A.M. ....
pleasing. Walter, incidently, brotherhood and In our small '::::
,has had a great deal more experience way, profess to practice it's !f AI
than Janet.He's been healthy demeanor. !I I

singing with orchestras In the To you with Invitations, may ::
past and in nearly every major we look forward to meeting ::
local program some few years you S u n d a y afternoon and to !r I Clarence Carter I
ago. We are Indeed very for- all, may we wish you please L! :
tunate to have him with the So- be happy, love one another. : :
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"f "TOO WEAK TO FIGHT" i i ijj'

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I POD Jazz Explosion Comma To MiamiThere's ,I
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been an explosionin mingled that labels are useless derdale. their music is basically jazz all-star' array of artists Including Jethro Tull, George Benson, (
the music business.Nobodyhas Music is simply music, Some Jazz purists disagreewith oriented. We've attempted to Miles'Davis, BookerT. Roland Kirk, Ira Sullivan, Lou
gotten hurt, but a lot of which is the way is should be. the inclusion of pop jazz select these groups for inclu- & the MG's, Nina Simone, Donaldson, The Mothers of Invention :
walls have come tumblingdown. You'll have a chance to hear and pop artists on a jazz festi- sion on our festivals." Dave Brubeck, Gerry Mulli- Gary Burton, Young-
for yourself when the Miami val. They Insist that artists Miami Attic lonados can gan, Red Norvo, Tal Farlow, Holt UnlimitedHugh
The walls have been imaginary Jazz Festival comes to the cannot reach widespread pop- judge for themselves from an Ruby Braff, Herbie Hancock, ekela, and Duke Ellington.
ones, put there by people Miami Jal Alai on June 27,28, ular acceptance without com-
whose own limitations made it and 29. Tickets to the festival promising or "selling-out."
necessary for them to defineor ':are priced at $7.00, 6.00, and Producer George Wein emphatically -
categorize. Thus Jazz was 5.00 with all seats reserved, disagrees. "It can ::1:1The
Class Of 49 Was One Of Best
BTW
jazz, pop was pop, country was and are now available at only help jazz when an artist

country, and so on. Jordan Mush Stores, Jefferson has a pop hit," he insists. ,'
As anyone with half an ear Stores, Music' Makers, "Further I think that In the ,
can tell you, that isn't so any House of Rhythm,H&S Music, current spectrum of pop Booker T. Washington'sClass Their activities Included a banquet and a reulon party.
more. Different musical Burger Loo, Sound of Music, music, some groups have the of 1949 celebrated its chapel program at Booker T. One of the highlights of the activities
forms have b e c o m e so inter and Brown's Music in Ft. Lau- ability to communicate and 20th Reunion June 6 & 7, 1969. Washington Jr. High School, a was, the return of

Professor Charles L.
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R Williams, former principal at
Booker T. Washington High ;
School. Mr. Williams (Prof.) \

E U.RD .N E S ...-...\, was guest of honor at the rq- I:'
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,, union banquet held at the Airliner
II Motel. Although Prof has :
recently been ill, he still possesses
the fir and brimstone ,
which characterized his sue* '

,' ..... cessful administration I at
.. ,,, '.
{,'e-, Booker T.'WaShington.

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'.... .........' class look like 20
.......!; \j\-.." :t\\. : .c."' :;.1I.!oj .... " years (,
'" later? The 1949 class of 236 1
-- -- ;
; : : ; has had its ranks depleted by "
: f yJ! : 13 of its members whohave )

:". .,, departed this earth, one of ,
,
.. ", ,/ .. t ,1!, whom made the supreme sac- :
'
J 'f
,, rifice while fighting for his :
I lei"
,
' .' in VI etman.
,:' ," country "
C " "J
., ;t. ::WJ' ( ; 1 From that class came a Lt.
: :
. < ( --- ' ," ,, ":, Colonel, U.S. Army, a Major, ,,
j 'f .' U.S. Army.aMetropolltan
. . . ; . ;: Dade County Commissioner,
, 4 a lawyer,a physician,twoCol- ,
: : lege Professors, two Ministers :
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i'.", . . . . , : ,,4.\, a Prlnlcipal, two As- I
'. . ,' sistant
r Principals, a Computer
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+ "" '\: 38 School
Analyst,
,
,( : .: : Teachers, six Successful Bus

{ : iness Men and Women, four
; : 'c
., police officers, eight nurses,
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.. :::: 8f 1J "I, 10 secretarys, and three
: . . non-commission officers
career
: ',' .: ( .,
{' ) 1 ,";,'" .. ., ',:II' ,.'\ 'f1I".J" ,'U.S. Army. Of 236some
., r . . 64 have earned bachelors de-
; ; .\:' \.. I' .' ,"I"
r ';,' ... ., ill' grees, 12 masters degreesand
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.. ( -- .....,....., ...'... . . a doctorate.
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j" "
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.. ....... The Booker
. ... . . .' T. Washingtonclass
: . .. of 1949 in retrospect Is
P
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j :, ..' '
: : perserverance and success.
"-- '. Among the graduates of this

,", .' ..; .: . . ,' ,' . .' illustrative class, one deserves c

::";."\ : f . '. : f .:. : special attention. She

. . ,: . . . . . . . :. { earned a bachelors degree
: I' ,, , from one of our local colleges '
:: . 20 y e a r s and seven children I r rafter
earning her diploma
from Booker T. Washington '
High School fIn


c'mon .. have a honey of a shopping spree addition Williams to honoring and the sponsors Professor -

of the 1949 class The |

49'ers proudly presented its .

sweet savings, sweet values $250.00 scholarship award.A .

black school 20 years ago j

:r graduated a group of hungry ,
,. black kids. ambit '
They were -
't' in department i o u s and determined to sur-
every mont the seemingly Insur-
m 0 n tab I e obstacles. MoStof
,
'; ( the individuals mentioned

: at all seven burdine's stores above reside In Dade County.
Florida, Dade County, and the d
City of Miami struck gold in '
1949. Forty-nine was Indeed
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School AAMi,

Summer is here and N
'ous places to go that
way up to the final day

I feel that Miami is
summers in the past. ."..-
rock n' roll shows and
SUMMER JOBS FOR TEENAGERS
can Just about name
this summer at one of '.Vith thousands Dade school children aboutto

be released for the summer, the National Alii
That last is
I without the worry day of ance of Businessmen is making one I last attempt to

'class shifts. secure summer jobs for teenagers. NAB will be
the fun and frolics : donducting a telethon Wednesday! and Thursday of
something like six this week to call I businessmen who have not yet been

with. contacted in person by a volunteer to ask them to

Anyway, this is a : make jobs available. Pictured here warming up the
[have really had it phones are left, Lester Freeman of the Greater
than others and didn't Miami Chamber of Commerce, and Metro Director for

tral institutions and palmetto should be high f Wed NAB, and Robert H. Fite, president of Florida

year. Because of what of Mr. Power and Light Company, who is chairman of NAB

ments, it saddens me Sharon is a for the Greater Miami area.
,same mess to put up where she

Summer breeds all become enjoys music a High, CEP Director Invited To JamaicaHarold

to riots. Teenagers presently at
in raising traffic Gables. Oliver,executive director Mr. Kirkcaldy further stated
problems getting worst of the Concentrated that he was sure that a modi-
mer '69 improvements Employment ProgramEOPI) fied version ofCEP, tailored
such an intricate part, 644 NW 7th Avenue, has been to Jamaican conditions, could
tion. invited to address the Jamaican work in Jamaica.
Cabinet and con suit with The Economic Opportunity
Let all Miami youth
the National Commission on Program, Inc. and the total
Fm sure we'll shock a Unemployment June 6-7 for community takes pride In
(
who violence
anticipate .* the purpose of assisting that having Miami CEP considered -
country mount an attack on its to be the most outstanding
WAME GOES f unemployment problem. manpower program seen dur-
Of course, this is the f ing the secretary's visit to the
present black thlngl't The Honorable Lester A. United States and Canada.
"soul" station afterits Kirkcaldy, Secretary of Labor Accompanying Mr. Oliver,
The program is and head of the Secretariat will be his fiscal officer,Lyn-
music. This even for the Ministry of Labor den James. Mr. James was
who have no idea what' visited the Miami 1 CEP Center formerly employed by the Jamaican -
Well, punch 1260 on and was so impressed with its Government.
for something in the operations and progress that
,theme. he stated he could not resist.4..I
the GO TO CHURCH t
Some white kids dig opportunity of having Mr.
ing school with them OF Oliver com and be the guestof SUNDAY

to say no blacks will. MONTH the Jamaican government. .... ... I
New owners can only
Derrick Smith, 12-
station, if its success
of listeners. of Edward and
* Smith of 4531 SW
West Hollywood
COMMENCEMENT "News Boy of

Miami. Central is I
Saturday afternoon at student at
Miami Edison parades School, Edward
auditorium 110 papers
Carol City receive West Hollywood
morning at ten in Miami past three years.
Miami Jackson Ed'Vardand!
In Dade County good work.
Miami the area inter-
nesday the 18th at The Times
* * at his address

STARTING OFF THE !
When we speak of Brown
Brown and he shot. it

Stadium. Award
Filled to capacity, the ai -
to town, the semi-bowl evening, en- _
his thing. Brown was J.D. & HIS BROTHER BOB SAYS
Mr. Brown can always the "Human-
,his last appearance for 1969 from "COME
minutes of his show Performing Arts TO
Everyone remained on B'rith at a din
go-go-girl to his string the TranonBall- THE BURGERLOO"
a move towards the N.Y.Hilton Com-
This is one of the Bacharach and What/ You !
ly- Need ... We Got
number one entertainer. recieved the

ENTERTAINMENT: 1969.Achievement BURGER-LOO "'CHEESE BURGER
*
"The Mercy" singers graciously FISH "MILK SHAKE
You Happy" are award from Bob *3iG:;' MAC
* * World mag- "FRENCH FRIES

his gratitude CHICKEN SOFT DRINKS
45 OF THE WEEK: "
: "We all have two
ALBUM OF THE : human dig- 5321 NW 27th AVENUE
and the MG's ...Iwant OPEN 1 DAYS A WEEK
for what
* * youhave 1166 N. '. 95TH STtEEi
as a man and as a
Until later, do your own ACROSS FROM CENTRAL HIGH SCHOOL




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I !M I! Culture Program.. At First UnitarianThe !:.;. FCC Urged 0 Adopt

First Unitarian Church James is at present engagedin and a credit our community. deeply endebtedtoHalSchmitz I
of Miami will present a pro- compiling a course in black Visitors to the church will of Washington JACSJoint Strong Anti-Bias Rule
gram of black culture and art history for use In Dade County see displayed paintings and tion in Community Service)
beginning Friday, June 13 at Schools. Gloria is with the sculpture created by membersof and John Menadier of Miami
the church, 7701SW 76th Ave., English and drama depart our local black community.A JACS of enabling us to present WASHINGTON, D. C. A dominantly white United
Just off the Palmetto Bypassat ments at Brownsville Jr.High special feature of the art these works. black minister who has been Church of Chist has urged
Sunset. School. exhibit will be a group of paint Following the Friday night nominated to head thepre-, the Federal Communications
Friday nights program begins Following the poetry ings executed by Job Corps program refreshments will featured at the regular morn- Commission to adopt a strong
at 8:30 p.m. and will feature reading, a performance by the trainees and brought to Miami be served and the public will ing service. Both of these pro- rule baring discrimination in
James and Gloria B. Ran- modern dance group from from Job Corps headquartersin have an opportunity to meet the grams are open to the public employment among radio and
dolph In readings from con- Mays High School under the direction Washington expressly for performers and artists. .'and as usual warm invitationis television stations.
temporary black poets. The of Mrs. AnnGalnes this showing. It's the first time On Sunday morning at 10;30 extended to all to Join us Dr. Arthur D. Gray, pastorof
Randolphs are well known In will be given. These talented this collection has been avail Ron Th'ompsons' controversial enjoying the talents of our the Congregational Church
Miami educational circles, youngsters are a delight see able for public viewing.We are "The Closet" will be guests. of Park Manor in Chicago,
made his anneal a letter this
'
week to FCC Chairman Rosel

Andy Stanfield: from Olympics to computers II,Dr.Hyde.Gray, a former presi-

dent of Talladega College, is
Andy Stanfield was a 200 Meter In fact all the Stanfields look forward *-./ "I. the first Negro to be nominated -

Olympic Champion. Today he heads to getting together and sharing that ' ." I' '.'" the for United the national Church presidencyof of Christ.

a New Jersey computer school. special taste of Coke. It has the taste they In his letter to Hyde, Dr.

But whether it's after 200 meters of never get tired of. And they know Gray said: "It has been more

running, or a hard day of running the that Coke somehow makes things go than the two United years Church since agenciesof of Christ

computer school, Andy has always better. Meter after meter, day after day. petitioned the Federal Com
liked to unwind with his family. And munications Commissionto

a bottle of ice-cold Coca-Cola. Things go better with Coke. banning issue a discriminatory rule with teeth em-in it

ployment practices by broad-
. casting stations.
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)< 'I The expression of policy,
I,0. ; 4'4..".\"i.1'.. :opposing such practices, em-
':'T' :!!' I)\ bodied in your Memorandum
I Opinion, Order and Notice of
Proposed Rule Making of!July
t;. 5, 1968, was a step in the right
., direction. But, black citizens
I,1\1,.... know that merely to call for
employment and involvement
of blacks and other minority
qY.S group members is an exer-
c. /i Y ,
r .e cise in futility. We know from
bitter'' experience that unless
you will embody a strict en-
forcement procedure in your
rule, compliance will at best
: be minimal."I .
a c. understand from an arti-
cle in Broadcasting Magazine
'i./: that the Commission staff is
recommending that the FCC
YJt. adopt a rule substantially the
same as the one requested by
r the United Church of Christ.
I However, the staff suggestion
should be amended to require \
annual reporting by stations
a +. v ,. aL' Y I on their employment practices -
a i including a listing of "
minority group employees anda
report of what Is being done ,.
,. to hire and promote such em- (
I ployees. Only"by such regular
''"l. f''." e{
w, i s. a
) record be compiled for Judgment -
> I
I 1\10\ ,". '' : Ia;: conduct.of a station's" Intentionsand I

A Concluded Dr. Gray, "I :
.. trust that you and the other '
",. members of the FCC will move
it L / quickly to adopt unanimously ,.
a rule on employment as sug-
1 J "'
-, gested by the United Church of )
.....
t yv Christ agencies. Further
delay on your part can serve
only to foster the belief that the
.
1 1 + Government is indifferent to
the legitimate needs and rightsr .
'
of blacks and other minorities,
"r and thus to Increase the pre-
vailing frustration and despair -
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Dade School System Will Miss Retiring PrincipalAfter


a long and very Im- fession lifted her to the high
pressive service in the career place she holds at her retire-
of her choice,education,Ethel ment. She is an example to her
Gates Primus is retiring this pupils and their parents
June 1969 when she completes Mrs. Primus rendered out-
35 years with the Dade County standing service to her community -
Board of Public Instruction in Its culture and its
Mrs. Primus is a graduate of development. This was recognized Y
Spellman College,Atlanta;her by officials of Hialeah
B. A. degree is from Morris in their appointing her to
Brown College, Atlanta, herM membership on various municipal -
A. from Atlanta Univer- committees; she is the 'M
sity, and she carried on with only woman trustee of New Mt
,ii w
post graduate work in Hampton Zion Church, and to honor her .
Institute. Mayor Milander proclaimedMay
What is now James Weldon 14, 1966 "Ethel Gates Congratulations to Yvette ment Award( for scoring 85%

Johnson Elementary Schoolwas Primus Day". Johnson, who on Friday,June or above in each A AH PEP
originally called Hialeah As a teacher and principal 6, received many outstanding youth fitness test); Art ;
Elementary; Mrs.Primus wasa Mrs. Primus found that the awards for her fine achieve- Perfect Attendance Award
teacher there; she was latera Junior American Citizens ments at Lilly C. Evans Ele- (She has received a perfect
teacher in Liberty City Ele- project, sponsored by John mentary School. Among those attendance award each year
mentary, now called Holmes. Macdonald Chapter, DAR,wasa r received were: the Athletic she has attended school).
Then back to Hialeah Ele- fine foundation for building 1sq Award (in the field of track,
mentary in 1943. In 1948 at the practical, every day good citi- by running 600 yards); the Yvette will be attending jr.
request of the school patrons zenship, and, thruout her Presidential Award ( for outstanding High School in the fall and It Is
and Mrs. Primus this name years in it, she organizedJACclubs physical achieve- hoped that she will continue to
was changed to James Weldon mall classrooms inJ.W. Wes Matthews, former assistant superintendentof ment); the Superior Achieve- make such fine achievements.
Johnson in honor of a noted Johnson. In recognition of her public instruction presents Mrs. Primus with the

poet and all portables hymnist. The for schoolwas some education superior, the work faculty in patriotic of J. W. Valley Forge Teachers Medal from Freedoms Foun- Final Curtain Falls, On 42 I

years and Mrs. Primus was Johnson and John Macdonald dation at Valley Forge. Adamsfotos.
Years Of Service
principal-teacher; when the Chapter, DAR nominated Mrs. ,.
of the C h Iii e Estes Mrs.
Mrs. Primus was one Mrs. e ,
fine new building was opened Primus for a Valley Forge Mrs. Liberty is a memberof
she became full principal. In Teachers Medal, the highest five retiring elementaryprin- Llnnle Fannin, Alonzo Fannin, the New Covenant Presby-
honored at the Mrs. Andell Micklns, Benjamin -
1966 she was advanced to principal award to teachers by Freedoms cipals banquetof terian Church, Charter mem-
._, the Dade County Adminis- O'Berry, Mrs. Veronica0"Berry ,r.
special assignmentin Foundation; so among ber of Sigma GammaRhoSorority -
trator's Association of which Mrs. Marjorie
which position her days the many teachers in Dade Charter member of
she is a member. At this ban Rhodes, Miss Julia St. John,
were spent in conference workin County, Mrs. Primus is one of Greater Miami's National
quet Mrs. Primus was hostess Miss Cynthia Shaw,Mrs.Bar- .
a number of schools. the very few to wear this medal _ Council of Negro Women, the
at a beautiful table her guests bara Thomas, Mrs. Marjorie
Mrs. Primus started on the "to recognize the construc- ; League of Women'Voters,
were Mrs. Carrie Arnold, Wake, Dr. and Mrs. Leonard _
bottom rung; her deep under- tive, educational work in Model City's Housing, Task
Wollman Edna Starke
Mrs.
Mrs. Wm. D. Bordeaux Mrs. ,
building intellectually Force for the
standing of, and her sympathy cap- representative
Mickins Robert
Arabella bowens. Mrs. MaryV. Rev. R. C. ,
with her fellow men, and her able, morally sound, patriotic Collins.. Mrs_ lona Duke Primus. CTA and co-chairmantoCTA.
unceasing devotion toher pro- young Americans." Special project comm. a
teacher at the L. C. Evans
.. 'P' 'P",
Elem. School. Two of the most
CITYWIDE MISSION
outstanding are Sigma's
MEETS "Buds of Spring" andNCNW's

-,- "Girl of the Year".

The Citywide Mission will ,MRS. EUNICE W. LIBERTY The National Council is hon-
meet at St.Mark M,B,Church, Mrs. Eunice W. Libertyretires oring Mrs. Liberty at the New
1470 87th Street at 3
NW
p.m. after 42 years of servicein Covenant Presbyterian
on Sunday, June 15. the schools of Florida, 37 Church, 1221 NW 43rd St.,
Allie Jackson Is president. years in Dade County. June 14 5:30 p.m.

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'JESCA KINDERGARTEN GRADUATION 1969 COURSE
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Twenty-one fine proud children receive certificates of grad ation. Frontrow .

left to right: Larry Green, Charlotte Flowers Lavoris Collins, Janice for high school

Wilson, Sandra Davis, Consetta Harrell; Lori Ford, Gail Jones: Delphia Sim-
mons, Andre Turnbull. ? graduates only

Second row, left to right: Howard Moore, Arthur Bell Jr., Alfred Banks,

Jr., Jonathan Perry, Tedworth Dorsett, Stanley Pap no, Antoine Dixson,

Jacob, Robert Grace; Darrel Cuthbertson. I Inserts: Gary, Johnson, J.. .ice Upon successful Completion ,of this course


Hamilton.The ,.......................... graduates will be employed by

JESCA Has Kindergarten GO TO CHURCH :

I SUNDAY i the Dade County Board

Graduation i...........................&,

of Public Instruction.

boys and girls of tral, who addressed the
:JESCA's, a United Fund Kindergarten Class and par
agency, Day Care Centers #1 ents. He was introducedbyMiss Books and supplies must be purchasedby
and #2 presented and outstanding Constance Bethel, Miami
program "Kindergarten Northwestern. i + < 19ss students
Kalendar," their own ideas of t
The Certificates were

day what afternoon happened last, May year 25toa, Sun- awarded Venita by Tlmpson Misses,Veronicaand now stu- Classes' begin June 23 and meet five daysa


standing-room-only the Liberty Square audienceat Auditorium dents College at Florida and members Memorial of week for five hours a day.

JESCA's class of 1956. They Ns dny ,
Miss Marie Carr, a tenth s
were Introduced by Miss Gail
grade student at member Miami North-of Coachman, a senior at Miami ___ w- -- nn INTERESTED STUDENTS SHOULD APPLY IMMEDIATELY AT THE
and
western a
Central. HESTER KINCHENSIn
JESCA's class of 1960, dedi-

cated the program, on behalfof case you are won tindsey Hopkins Education Center
to,
Class,
the Kindergarten dering where she Is?
School Graduates --
the 1969 High
who were in JESCA's TOOTHACHE She's at: Alice's Won- Gui4ance Room 104
Department
.
1957 Kindergarten Graduating Don't sufferrelieve derland, 4310 NW 7th .
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Class. Those seniors who participated pain In seconds as millAns do with Ave. Phone: 7519171.
on the program were ORA using-JEL.ORA-Many JEL until dentists you get recommend Come in for all your Phone: 3503411I

Miss' Frances Bethel, Miami professional treatment. .X"T"'X beauty needs. Specia- '

Jackson from, who Alumni brought; FarleyB. Greetings ara.Je.i I lizing in high,fashions.

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Round About .I How To Find A Job I I

,
I Summer Jobs are not easy to should treat It that way. Don'tbe Immediately, don't give up! your neighborhood and baby-
TalkY find. Each summer the numberof afraid to ask questions and Employers may have opening sitting you should be able to
students looking for Jobs Is above all, be honest and cour- you haven't heard of- in July earn pin money. It Is also a ;
[ JIMMY "SCOOP" BETHEL far greater than the numberof teous when being interviewed. and August. good idea to take time now to
I w. Jobs available The Urban ((2)) Tell the employer what (8)) If you can't find a paying prepare yourself for a Job later -
bIG TOWN TALK REVIEW...Bill Russell (player-coact Coalition's Summer Jobs for type of Job you are looking for Job, you may gain experience, by learning a'skill
of the pro basketball champs,Boston Celtics)and Los Angeles Youth Campaign, the Greater not Just any Job and why satisfaction and even a future (10) Do not depend totally on
Lakers' Wilt (the stilt) Chamberlain feuding. .. Joe Namath Miami Chamber of Commerceand you believe you can handle it. career choice in volunteer someone else,,finding you a Job.
(NY Jets ace) and pro football czar, Pete Rozelle couldn't the Florida State Employ- ((3)) Make a list of the Jobs work with community agencies You are your best salesman.
see "eye to;eye". Namath retired from pro football rather ment Service, along with other you are able to do and a list Sell your talents and your
than give up his 65% share of the Long "Bachelor ffl" agencies and Interested busi- of the employers you want to (9)) If you are under 16, It skills and keep at it.
night club. Threatening to quit football, also because of nesses In Miami, are making see. will be very difficult for you to Good luck in your summer
Namath's decision are safetyman Jim Hudson, Gee. Sauer Jr. every effort to find you the ((4)) Contact any employersfor find a Job. Through chores In Job search.
(standard passer) and Pete Lam. "tight end",If Joe goes. . summer Job you want! whom you have previously .
Rev. C. L. Franklin (Aretha Franklin's daddy) of Detroit's (1)) Your attitude, appear- worked.
New ance and personality are (5)) Widen search to
Bethel Baptist Church, fighting narcotics charges (his very your
) of the Important when you apply fora cover neighborhood stores
own Detroit police. He claims,It's a frame, because of ,
the Black, Panthers vs Detroit Police shoot 'em up, a few job. Dress neatly school theaters, etc. Your chancesare
months ago when a cop was killed at his church. . My good clothes are fine and bring better If an employer tie
friends, Jean Pace and "show business genius" Oscar Brown along your social security knows you. Pg WClfI---
Jr. (plus their new baby, Africa pace Brown) are really to- card or other papers that (6)) Read the help wanted ads.
gether . Death of a prince. Actor Robert Taylor died June might be required in applying They may tell you of a possi-
8 of cancer at the age of 57. The teen-mods will remember for a Job. But, don't bring a ble Job opening or might give
Taylor on TV, "The Detectives" and "Death Valley Days". friend along.Go alone. Findinga. you an idea about a Job you by Joe BlackAs
I (the Scoop) will remember him tor his work In the movies job is not a social affair might do. '.'
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It's serious business and ((7)) If don't find
"Waterloo Bridge, "QueVadls," "Johnny Eager"and"Magnificent you you a Job
Obsession." A great era passes with the death of
Robert Taylor . The way Marlon Brando show up at all the
night clubs around the country,where ever Diana Ross and the "t""h. ", r. t.r;.. .. a former major league baseball player,
Supremes are performing, maybe there Is truth toa romance I'm' probably more'sensitiye! -than most people

between Brando and Diana,but whooo wow,that sexxzzy "Cindy , about the present. state of the ,game. It's sad
Birdsong '
queen Supreme and foxxy., S
but true, our great American pastime is suf-

fering from a case of the "blahs". The fun is
:
4 being legislated out of the game. Rigid rules

_ _ are strangling it. . forcing players to act and

think like businessmen, rather than athletes

who enjoy competing and entertaining mil- f
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lions of spectators.

x } y Could be, the team owners think that all

P .y u they need to fill a stadium is a few home runs

and an unscheduled fist fight. I think they're

,. ,} C'S wrong. Speaking now as a spectator, I believe

CLARENCE CARTER ARETHA FRANKLIN you can fill a park faster when a game promisesthe
hustle of Pete Rose. The dash and daringof
TIME B TIGHTMAU MAU NY LEADER37X KENYATTA
a Lou Brock or Maury Wills. The
SHOT DOWN . Charles 37X Kenyatta, leader of Harlem's } powerof
Militant Mau Miu, former bodyguard of Malcolm X and some- f L a Richie Allen And the zing of a Willie

time bodyguard for Adam Clayton Powell was shot down last Mays or Roberto Clemente. ,
Saturday night In the Bronx while getting Into his car. Eye I say the "fun" and spirit of baseball will
witnesses said they saw three black men In a passing car do
return only when some of the restrictions are
the shooting. Kenyatta have had many disputes with the Mus-
lims and the Black Panthers, but there Is no proof that either reduced or eliminated. Let the athletes do their
was Involved In the shooting. Shot five times, Kenyatta Is In thing. Let 'em give what they've got in an

fair condition .atmosphere free from rules that inhibit individuality -

ROUND ABOUT TALK AND SOUL MUSIC SURVEY . MANASHA MODELS, AT AFRICAN KUSHANGILIAThe flamboyance, and tfye things that

George Charlow(Eunice 111 brother Geo.)crossing 145Street, Manasha's Natural Models, a cultural group,' made, baseball thrilling l in the first place.
Harlem with a pretty bunny. .. The Cloud Nine "Teen Foxesof will be featured at the Continental Club, Sunday, I don't recall,ever meeting a real baseballfan
Carol City are Peggy Hunter Janice Lee, Louis Harris
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who didn't throwa
enjoy watching'a-pitcher
June 22nd by the A.M.P.M. at their first African
Barbara Johnson, Cheryl MKinney, Clarence Lamb, Nancy ,
Walker, Willie (buddy) Brinson, Brenda Curtis and Adelle Kushangilia presented here in Miami. "wet one".or a batter who didn't light up
Humes. . Aretha Franklin's "I can'tSee Myself" dedicatedto when he slapped one out of the park. Who
Kirt Stallworth and Sherry Stokes Louis Harris, Carol They have performed at Dade Junior College, knows with a little more freedom from rules,
City No. 1 playboy. ?Clarence Carter's "Snatching It back"to University' of Miami, Liberty City Elementary and fan little life back into
maybe we can a my
Bobby and Dorothy Taylor, Liberty City . Soloman others. These young ladies have something special S ,
Greene, "saying It with love" to his brother In Miami, Sandy for everyone in the community. They arenot only ex- favorite game.
Greene, Sol lives at 731"E. 161 Street, Bronx. . Dee Dee cellent performers, they are also promoting their
Warwick's "foolish fool"dedicated to pretty Ruth Harris,3355
African culture which make them educationalgroup
NW 213th Street. . Like they say to the "Fifth Dimensions""Let an Jee
The Sunshine In" . Pretty Mae Belle Wallace, a favorite as well and they are doing a very good job. .. B'lackVice

to win The Miss Lovechlld Crown" . Mays HI PresidentThe
left to Misses Susie Walker and
Top, right, are
queen teen"thatgirl" of the week teen, Yasmln Maria Davis, Greyhound Corporation
an Ida Fisher Jr. Hi honor student.. This Is Jimmie (Scoop) Mary Jones. Bottom, left to right, are Misses Joyce
Bethel saying, time and tide waits for no man. C-U-NX-WK. Jackson and Ann Davis. I .



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Miss Marlon paulette Alex Miss, Opal: Wynetta Dur
daughter of Mr. & Mrs.James .
., ander of daughter of Mr. & Mrs,
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Surie Ale.u.nder.Miss' Carter. Duren, Sr.
I Debutante Johnnyce Bullard makes a beautiful picture upon presentation. Leola Susan Alford, Miss Deborah D. Chism, Miss Karen Denise
daughter of Mr.& Mrs.Welton
daughter of Mr. & Mrs. Nero ,wards, daughter of Dr.II Mr
Alford. Chism. Albert Edwards
< Miss Ruth Ella Clark,
Miss Mary Frances Allen
daughter of Lt. Col. Claude C. Miss Cathy Theresa F
daughter of Mr. & Mrs. AmosH.
Allen. Clark and the late Ella C. daughter of Mr. & Mrs. Cr
Clark pin S. Fife.
Miss Joyce Elaine Bass,
Miss Gail Patricia Coachman
daughter of Mr. & 'Mrs. Ralph Miss
Sylvia Grace
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Bass. daughter of
Mrs. Pauline
Carl Yeager, Jr.
Miss Brenda Bethune, and the
Miss Deborah Diane Cole, Cooper late Rob
MH daughter of Mr. & Mrs. Edwin George, Sr.
Cuthsburt daughter of Mr.& Mrs.Wilkes

Miss Cathy Blair, daughterof Kemp Sr. Miss HerdisenetetanGriffin
:Ir Ira :;'f Mr. & Mrs. Charles H. Miss JacquelineBerniceCole daughter of Mr
Blair daughter of Mr. & Mrs. Mrs Jimmie Griffin.

Lawrence Rahming.Miss .
Miss Sharon Renee Blair, Miss Roselyn Merlon Hamilton

daughter of Sgt. & Mrs". John Ardra LaVern Crawford daughter of Mr. & Mr
W Blair. daughter of Mr. & Mrs. Richard Hamilton.

i Miss' DlAnn Bowen Arnold Crawford.
daughter
Miss Juanita Hill, tough
of Mrs.June Humphrey and Miss Angela Manette
of Mr. & Mrs. Isaiah Hn
Mr. Lorenzo Bowen. Culmer, daughter of Mrs.John Miss Sharon A. Holt
Miss Johnnyce Belynda Bui- E. Culmer and the late Fr. '
daughter of Mrs. Mary Hoi
lard, daughter of Mr. & Mrs. John E. Culmer.
John Bullard Miss Brenda Jackso'
Sr.
Miss Andresa Maria Davis,
Miss Cassondra daughter of Mr. &
Eve Calk- Mrs. HeIdah
daughter of Mr, & Mrs.Andrew
,way, daughter of Mr.& Mrs. C. Davis Jackson.

John H. Callaway. Miss Cassandra Ann
Jefferson
Miss Miss JestJna Days, daughter
I EUJ1lemia Cambridge ,
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daughter Mr. & Mr:
of Mr.& Mrs.James Bent-
daughter.of Mrs.Sarah.Me. Freeman Jefferson.
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Miss Patricia Louise Miss Ethel .Drummer, Miss Hazel Johnson daugb

f Campbell daughter of Mr. & daughter of Mrs..,,,Elizabeth ,.: ter of Mr,/& Mrs.Eddie John

Mrs. Theodis CampbeltQ':" .: Murray. . :.!$' %*,,,\\a, 3.*:;<,'= H:;":>IA i.,.,*.;!.sO..1j\,...tii&f
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daughter of Mr. &' MrsTheodore .- daughter of Mr. & ,Mrs. Ellis, daughter of Mr. & Mrs.Willie
J. Johnson. ; ;Mitchell. Bain. ,' "< :. :"\ Debutante Earlean Spratling and her escort Mr. Roger Sands. She was

Miss SyviaJoons'ODdaugh.) Miss Myna Morgan,daughter Miss Earlean Spratiing,, chosen Miss Charming Debutante by the other Debutantes during the charm I
of Mrs Acilee
Johnson
ter of Mrs. Doris Morgan. daughter of Mr.; & Mrs.. Earl clinic.
Miss Sheila Knowles, Spratling,
daughter of Mr. & Mrs. Rob- ,Miss Joan Moss, daughter,
ert Knowles. of Mrs. Aline Moss.. Miss Norma LaVern Stiles
daughter of Mr.& Mrs.Robert
Miss Agartha Donell Laing, Miss Rochelle Elizabeth Stiles.
daughter of Mr.'& Mrs. Moss, daughter of Mrs. '\' "" ,, :
Thomas Laing. belores Farrington.Miss Miss Michele A. Storr,
daughter of Mr. & Mrs.Alfred
Miss Jeanette Lumpkin, Bryley Ava Newton,
daughter of Mr. & ,Mrs. Alex' : ,daughter. of Mr.& Mrs.Tho- Storr,ST.Miss :.
Lumpkin. mas Pittman 'Prischla }.Thompson,
daughter of' Mrs Elaine
Miss Jeanette 'Martin, Miss Jeanette Marie Otis,
daughter of Mr. & Mrs. Sylvester . ,daughter of Mr. & Mrs.Roy E. Ready, and Mr. Fredrick
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Miss Gwendolyn, L. Mays, Miss Theresa Louise Kellyn, Anita Ware,
of Mr, & James daughter of Mrs. Aurienta
daughter Mrs. Payne daughter of Mr.& Mrs. s a aM
R. Mays, Sr.\ Samuel Payne. Ware Nixon and Mr. Kelly q
Ware.
Miss Debra Y. McCarthy, Miss Priscilla Elaine Red- ,
daughter of Mr. & Mrs. Tom ding, daughter of Mr. & Mrs. Miss Sallie Weaver, daughter " '" .<'"i
mie Murray., Willie,Lee Redding. of Mr. & Mrs. Walter L.
Weaver.
Miss Karen McCray,daughter Miss Cheryl Ann Robinson, Miss Dianne Yvonne Wil-
of Mr. & Mrs John Mc.. daughter,of Mr. & Mrs.Theo llngham daughter of Mr. &

Cray.Miss dore,Robinson. Mrs. Alpha Willlngham Sr.

Juanita Mention, Miss Patricia' Sandra Miss Barbara Ann Wooden,
daughter of; Mr, & Mrs. Roundtree, daughter of Mr. & daughter of Mrs, Flora 11's time for another curtsy I
Charles A. ,Mention.'v' ,' : Mrs. John Roundtree 'Wooden

Miss Sandra l\'D. Miles, Miss ,Helena Simmons, Miss Carol Yvonne,Wright 4
daughter of Mr.,& "Mrs. Jeffle daughter Mr. & Mrs.Theodore ,daughter of Mr, Si Mrs.Willis J i .f:,
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TIMES, Friday.,.. ,

Volunteers Distribute -
InsecticideThree -

hundred cases of
I insecticide was sent toFlorida { 2500
Memorial College by National r
Urban League for distributionby 2000a

Citizens Corns Volunteers ,
I at the college to the community TA; M1 f i500w

Dr. Royal Puryear, Pres-
| ident of Florida Memorial,accepted "
the insectide from T. i000

Willard Fair, Executive
Director of the Urban League, ,500
and William Miles, Citizens t
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The insecticide will be dis-
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students participating in the
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is felt that a large-scale dispersal -
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and vermin conditions that are Dr. Royal Puryear, President of Florida Memorial -
caused by insanitary condi-
discusses the distribution of 300 of
tions in over c r o w e dapart- cases .

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bage collection and other conditions League by T.. Willard Fair, Executive Director, and
I that breed rats and William Miles, Citizens Corps Coordinator.so Urban League Guild members Miss Shirley Moore and Mrs. Ann Mitchell 'f'
insects. ask the customers at Grandway to join the Urban League. Learning about Urban

Citizens Corps is an Urban League activities in jobs, housing, health and welfare and education is
League and Vista Program that that their spare time and problems.Call .
recruits and places studentsand skills might beef fectivelyused Mr. Miles at 3773681for new member Mr.; Willie Richardson. You can join Urban League now; just call

other volunteers in in assisting people in information on how to participate 277-3681 for further information.
agencies working in the ghetto, housing, education and health with Citizens Corps.to .



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3681 "I would like you to know placing black college stu- ple in knowing whatto"look Miss Carol Williamson, Uni-
a g e. that I have enjoyed being a dents; but many other citizens, for and what to look out for In versity of Miami student who
Citizens Corps volunteer. black or white, need and want sales contracts or business is teaching swimming and
ASK' US (URBAN LEAGUE! This is a rewarding experi- exactly the kind of contacts transactions.The Journalism; Mr. Glen Tubler,
ence for people that are 'interested with agencies that Citizens EOPI in South Miami University of Miami, tutoringat

What is the Urban League? If it's a health problem, like in what is happeningin Corps is making . using volunteers in commun- Tucker Elementary and
J. F. sewage, contact the Health Department their city and its urban ills Miss Edwards and Mrs. ity organization Welfare. .Carver Jr. High; Miss Teri
The Urban League of Greater at 377-0341,and they . I feel I gained more from Lurykes are volunteers in Mothers Rights Movement. Heitger, University of Miami
Miami is part of the Na- will inspect your building.If participating with Citizens Citizens Corps,Urban Lea- Another project js..at the student, teaching ballet at
tional movement working to it's maintenance problem Corps than the people receiv- gue and Vista program that Lilly C. EvanS""Elementary Carver YMCA; Miss Shirley
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eliminate racism and the ef- like painting, leaking faucets, ing the services." With these recruits volunteers from local .School-wlieye. a tutoring program Pomer of Florida State Uni-
fects of racism In America.The etc., a list of the needed repairs words, Miss Sandra Edwards, colleges and the commun- --assisting students in versity with the Urban League;
combined efforts of our should be submitted to F. S. U. student intern at the ity to Involve them' in con- subject areas where improve- Miss Carolyn Aidman,Florida
membership, volunteers, the rental agency. If there is Urban League, told Mr. Wil- structive, creative and mean- ment is needed. The project State University student tutor-,
board and staff of profes- no rental agency, it should be liam Miles, Coordinator, how ingful programs of assistanceand also sponsors a Cultural En- ing at the Haven Home for the
sionals attack any problem or submitted to the landlord along, she feels about her involve- support to residents in richment Program for the mentally retarded.
condition that affects black with your name and address.In ment with te Urban League's poverty areas. children in Model Cities area
people. We are most concerned - large units, every tenantin Citizens Corps program. Mr. Miles said the agen- on Saturdays. The purpose of the Citizens ....
Miss Edwards is of 104 cies Include EOPI where vol- The Urban League has vol-
with housing, employment, the building should have his one Corps is best described in this
,
volunteers working in 15 local unteers are working with unteers working in commun-
education and health. Manyap- slogan:: If'ou're not part of
nama on the list which should >
proaches are used; for example be sent to the rental agency agencies doing a variety of health and welfare, helping ity organization, Family Plan-. the solution. . you'repartof
community services. people understand the impor- ning Program, and open housing the problem."
community organization If there is in week
no reply a ,
Another view is expressedby tance of better health condi- efforts in locating apart-
to bring black people to- the tenants should call the
Mrs. Nancy Luryks in a tions and how to use the public ments for black families and
gether and their to
use power Code Enforcement Depart- note to Mr. Miles. "I think the health and welfare facilities. checking on discrimination For information on how you
bring about .
changes that benefit ment of Little HUD. The num- C.C.P. is needed certainly in The volunteers are also involved reports.A can be a volunteer with Citizen -
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the black
community.If ber is 377-7145 or 377-7591. Miami. This sprawling area in a Consumer Educa- partial list of volunteersand Corps, call Mr. Miles at
you would like more information Is there an Urban League tion
project which asists their 377-3681.
has scores of agencies and peo projects include:
call 377-3681, and office in Opa-locka? Mr.A.H.Yes .
we will mail you a report ofUrban at 2338 All Baba Ave. many capable citizens, with ".r.r
little communication to
League activities. The phone is 681-8182. very
What can we do about land- I Joined the Urban LeagueIn bring them together effec-
lords who are constantly rais- May and have not receivedmy tively. Mr. Mlles' major con- F
cern of course, is meeting andrIRAKKL1N'S
ing the rent for ghetto apart- membership card. MissF. ,

ments and not providing any L. mail all the cards at one

services? Mrs. S. L. & Miss We are waiting until the time. This should be within the _ _ ;J
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By Walter Bo, .j


The South BrowardpostNo.
8195 will hold its last meeting ,.
for 1969, Sunday, June 15, at .'
the post home,4816 PembrokeRd.
at 5 p.m. Members pleasebe )
present. Also there will bea A
Joint meeting with ladies t4L 1 a
Auxiliary to VFW Post. No.
8195 at 6 p.m. Mrs. Addie
James, presiding.

New Macedonia Baptist
Church of West Hollywood Is
planning their Women's Day
for the fourth Sunday in June.
Mrs. Freddie M.Craig,chair-
man. Mrs. Mamie Mike, co-

_._ _. .._, chairman. Rev. A. Cooper
U | <*fi*;-'M"-- -' -M-->flU I W-l w ,

I K-9 Service Started Here pastor...- ... KING AND QUEEN CROWNED AT CENTERVILLA -vl.. .
car. A. Aaaeriy is visiting
Vince Cooper, a native MI- protection because of their here from the Bahamas. He is One ofthemostcolorfulf.es- the daughter of Mr. and Mrs. dent of the PTA; Mrs. R. E.
I amian, has announced the initiation alertness," says Mr. Cooper, residing with his cousin tivities of the year was held Ronald Ferguson who wore a Copeland, superintendent and i
I of his newK-service for an example, a trained dog George Pratt. of 48th Ave. and Friday, May 8 at the Liberty long gown adorned with yards Mrs. G. Mobley rep.
that will consist of training can hear an intruder up to a 19th St. Park NW 17th Ave. and 60th and yards of lace.
dogs for obedience and protective hundred yards away, and with They were serenaded to by INTERNATIONAL
[ work. his keen sense of smell he Progressive Lodge No. 290 St.A crowd witnessed the the court, with strains of welcome HEALTH STUDIO

Mr. Cooper, who has been makes theperfect burglar meets every second and fourth crowning of his highness King sweet Springtime, May Complete Exercise
I working with dogs for about 13 alarm. Thursday in each month, Norman McMillian, son of Mr. time, etc. EquipmentSupervis.d
that people are Mr. Ray McCarthy will be members please be present and Mrs. Norman F. Mc- It was quite thrilling to seethe bytZeok
years caring more says for their dogs now working along with Mr.Cooperin the next meeting in Liberia in Millian, Sr. The king was attired fours and fives plait the Poitler
I ten and"a well training and also in groom- Hollywood. in a Nehru suit of pea May pole, also the mod danc- "Mr. Miami"WEIDER
than years ago
green to compliment her ma- ers, dancing through the
Is a pleasure to ing.Mr.
trained dog Cooper of 2021 NW 97th Obediah Ferguson, W. M. jesty Queen Ronda Ferguson Grapevine.The Natural Organic FoodSupplem.ntl
| have around.
St. said "all we need now is affair was quite am- Sold Inside
'Businessmen now are the business", both have per- -- musing and entertaining.Mrs. Telephone ,759.9423
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Universal pays its death claims the some day death

((1)) A NW area employer has a job opening for a shop occun..
machine helper trainee. The starting salary is $2.10 an Join N.C.A.
hour for a 7 a.m. to3:30p.m.shift, and $2.25 an hour fora s s sx
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State Employment Service, 1350 NW 12th Ave.,Room 280. .
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22 THEMIAMI TIMES, Friday, June 13, 1969rCARDS

IN MEMORIAMIn IN MEMORIAM ALBERT

loving memory of our In loving memory of our
I MEMORIALS DEATHSCARD I dear husband, father and bro- dear one Matthew Adams of 1915 NW

ther 49th St., died May 28. He is
MR. PHILLIP JOHNSON survived by one son Lewis

who departed this life June 13, d h t e r Lula Jackson
one a u g ;
OF THANKSThe IN MEMORIAMIn CARD OF THANKSThe 1967.
Bessie two
one sister Johnson;

entire family of the late memory of our dear family of the late Gone, but not forgotten. grandchildren. Services were

MATTHEW ADAMS father, MRS BEULAHHEPBURNBROWNLEE held Wednesday at Mt. Plea-
wish to express their sincere The Family: sant AME Church.
,. ;, ', :> Mrs. Frances Johnson,wife
>
thanks and appreciation to the who departed this life May 4
relatives and friends and ;: .I 'if" '..... 1969 in Mount Vernon, New, Cassandra and Cecil, Willie Walls of 161 SW 4th

neighbors especially of West f York, and was laid to rest herein children Ave., Homestead, died May
Mrs. Fannie Johnson, 30. Services were held Saturday -
Hollywood and Carver Miami Florida 10
May mother, other relatives and at True Church of the Liv-
Ranches, also 19th Ave.and 49 1969, wishes to express sin-
friends. God in
St., Liberty City.We thank you cere gratitude and appreciation ing Homestead.

from the depth of our hearts/or to all relatives, friends Buster Dixon Jr., of 1566

your cards, telegrams, your w. b and neighbors for their acts -- -. IN MEMORIAMIn NW 154th Ter., died May 31.

good food services and your and deeds of kindness duringthe WILLIAM L. CAREY, SR. Survivors include wife Rhoda

beautiful flowers. We also illness and death of our who departed this life June 9, loving memory of our three daughters Marette

want to give thanks to the First loved one.Your kindnesseswere 1965. I dear. fatherNATHANIEL Rogers. Gail. Celeste Battle:
-
Born Church of the Living God quite comforting in our Death is a gatewayWe one son Maurice. Services

-- Opalocka, Fla., pastor hour of grief. all must pass through were held Saturday at Gibbs

Elder Olin Smith. We also MR. ATHLER EUGENE We extend special thanks To reach that fair land Chapel AME.

thank you for your food WILSON and appreciation to those who Where the soul's born a new

prayers, flowers and service. who departed this life Oct.22 sent flowers, telegrams.and A place where we'll find Mrs. Leola James of 14900
Your presence in our home 1965. cards; Bishops Charles No suffering, no tears Polk St., died May 30. He was
+ meant much In the time of our I. Mackey, Randolph Davis and shipped to Lewis Funeral
Three have
bereavements, it helpedto father dear years since God passed has Arnold Demeritte, Elder K. Mrs. Monica Carey, wife Home in Winter Haven. Fla.

ease our sorrows. Special Bell and their congregations; William L. Jr.
called home to be with Carey, son of
you Mrs. Mae Bell Bell 2150
thanks to the pastor Rev.W. M. Mrs. Albertha G. Rolle and Sherman Carey son
him in heaven. We often ,
sit
All Baba Ave. died June 2.
Mack and members ofMt. choirs No. 1 and 2 of Miami Michelle Carey ,
and think of you when we're She is survived her
by husbandone
AME Church of 1
Pleasant Opa- No. Church of God of Pro- granddaughter
locka for their beautiful arranged alone for memory is the only phecy for their services.Alsoto Mrs. Madge Johnson sister son, two daughters,father
thing that grief can call it's ,
Rev.
and
Brooklyn Scott one
and service.
program the Range Funeral Home Mr. Sherman Carey,
Last but not least, special own.Your and its staff for their efficient brother > sister. Services were held
thanks to the House of Albert life is a beautiful me- and gracious services rendered Miss Henrietta N I 'I';' Saturday at First Baptist
mory, your absence a silent Carey, t Church
and staff. Thank you very May God bless all of sister.
grief, sleep on in peace.
much. you. Eddie Grant of 10700 SW

The Family: Sadly missed NEWSOME, 222 St. Goulds died
by your child- THANK YOUWe May 4.
Mr. Louis Adams, son ren, The FamilyIN who departed this life June 16, He was shipped to Sylvania,
Jackson
Louveniea ,
Mrs. Mrs. Flossie Wilson the family of the late 1968. Ga. Saturday.
daughterMrs. Harry Wilson MEMORIAMIn Some think you are forgotten
MRS. ANNIE BROOKINStake
sister
Bessie Johnson,
Mervin R. Wilson though on earth you are no Willie Kimble of 10250 SW
Rosa Lee Adams, loving memory of this method in extendingour
Mrs Phillip E. Wilson thanks to those who pray- more. But in memory<< ,you are 178th St., Perrlne, died June
daughterinlawMr.
EmraJacksonson- Cynthia E. Blake ed for us, sent us such kind always with us. As you were 4. Survivors include three

in-law Gerald Wilson words of sympathy, cards before. sons Willie, Curtis, John; two

grandchildrenThe Rodney Wilson telegrams and lovely floral Gracie Newsome, wife daughters Camila and Queen;

nieces Valerie Wilson pieces, those who donated Vanessa, daughtertwo sister, three brothers. Ser-

The nephewsand cars, our neighbors and sons and two stepdaughters vices were held Saturday from

the entire Family CARD OF THANKSThe 'tr.. .. friends who cama to our aid. Hurst Chapel AME.

Mt. Sinai Baptist Church, our Jimmy Parnel of 17424

family of the late pastor Rev. Cleo Albury, IN MEMORIAM Homestead Ave., died June 6.
MRS. VIRGINIA GRANT ; Jackson Memorial Hospital's In precious memory of our
I . .I. . He is survived by two chIld-
CARD OF THANKS who departed this life May 19, .".. Central supply; Hialeah Spring dear mother ren Rosetta and Albert; father -

The family! _of the_late 1969 wish to express our Motors, North Side Funeral .I 'fh, Jimmie Johnson; three
Home
\ heartfelt thanks and sincere and attendants. Your I aunts Ellen Bethel, Marie Ses-
appreciation to our numerous kindness meant much to us in sion Henrietta
; uncle, four
friends and neighbors for the our hour of bereavement.Mrs. .
nephews, and four nieces.Ser-
many kindnesses during our vices are incomplete.Mrs. .
hours of bereavement. Your Lovett McGill, daughter -
t ;;!av'FALON r
visits, telephone calls, cards, l Bessie Wright of 1202

telegrams, flowers, letters BRIDGESwho Mr. Albert Brookins, son NW 64th St., died June 8.Survivors -

and other acts of kindness, departed this life June 15, Mr. Joe Brookins, son iur4 include grandson Leo-

but most of all your prayers 1968 in an auto accident at the Mr. Otto Brookins, son nard Houston, nephew Mannie

offered to us the comfort that age of 14.We often sit and think 4M Black; sister Valerie Frazier;

we needed in order to endure of you when we are all alone. IN MEMORIAMIn and nieces. Services will be

that difficult period. For memory is the only thing held Saturday at 2:30 at Church

c Special thanks to: Rev. I.C. that grief can call Its own.God loving memory of of Christ, Liberty City.

Mickins, Rev. G. W. Warren, knows how much we miss you,
pastor, members of organi- never shall your memory fade, Mrs. Willie Mae Williams of

zations of Mt. Olivette Bap- loving thoughts shall always -- -- -.. 14955 NW 22nd Ave., died June

tist Church, the neighbors of wonder to the spot where you MRS. MAGGIENEALwho 7. Survivors Include husband

EVANGELINE CARRMUNNINGS 68th and 69th Streets and were laid. departed this life June 16, Napolan ; two daughters Betty

Range Funeral Home. Sweet are the memories that 1966. and Inez; one son Napolan, Jr.

who departed this life June 2, May God bless you all. never fade. Your vacant place in this world Services are incomplete.S .

1969 wish to express our sin- can never be filled. t
rat her
cere thanks and appreciationto Sadly missed Your spirit will Killingsworth
The FamilyIN by: always be with 435 W. 23rd St. died
June 7.
our friends and neigh- Mrs.
many Mary Bridges, mother Survivors include
bors who were so kind duringour Mrs. Annie Bernard i us.Viola sister
MEMORIAMin grand- Neal, Alzarla Foster, Mattie Chase of Hazel Hurst
hour of bereavement. The mother ,
Eva Williams Ruth Smith
Miss. Services
visits, flowers, telegrams, loving memory of our Sisters and brothers and the r daughters; Katie Davis, are incomplete -

cards and other kindnesses dear daughter entire FamilyIN fy granddaughter; Theodore R.

gave us great comfort during Russell, grandson; Keith Hy- Mrs. Mattie M. Edward of

this difficult time. lor, Teddy Russell, Denise 10435 SW 174th Ter.,died June
Special thanks to the Range MEMORIAMIn Davis, great grands. 9. Survivors include father
Funeral Home, Father and
Kosta L. mother Pearl
; son
Mrs. Elisha Clarke and the loving of our KATTIE EFFORDwho ;
memory CARD OF THANKSThe Wilbert; four sisters, three
members of the church of the
dear mother and grandmother, departed this life June 12, brothers, uncles and aunts.
transfiguration.The 1968. family of the late Services

Nabbie, Taylor and 1 MARY J. PINKNEYwho We who love you sadly miss BOBBIE LEE MILEY are incomplete.

Parker familyIN departed this life June 12, you as it dawns a year in our who departed this life May 17, Pvt Cleveland Browning of

1963. hearts. M. y her soul rest in 1969 at Jackson Memorial 10410 SW 171st St., Perrlne

MEMORIAMIn ,,\.\ Memory is the treasurehouseOf peace and may light perpetual Hospital wish to express* our died May 23. He is survived

loving of tta'P happy thoughts, they say shine upon her. sincere gratitude and appre- by his father and mother Alton
memory
MR. OSCAR SPENCERwho And happy thoughts of thosewe Carlos Efford, son ciation to our many friends and and Elnora; stepmother
if love Tommie Efford neighbors who sent telegrams Trudie three
departed this life June 10 mother ; brothers, four
Giii .i" Will never Dan Efford father cards, floral designs, and for sisters
'_ pass away. ; grandparents Mr. and
t 1964. ...... ,
.. =- U: I their calls
--U' Dorothy Gloria Sarah sis- and visits in our Mrs. Frank
Gone, but not forgotten.Mrs. SHEILA Browning, Mr.and
JOHNSONwho Vivilora ters hours of bereavement. Mrs.
P. Green,daughter Tiff. Services will be
Addle S. wife
Spencer
departed her life June 12
Wilbert. Gainey Herbert, brother. held Saturday 1
I 1 Mrs. Mary Spencer, step- 1965. ,grandsonIN Thanks Moriah p.m. at Mt.

,: mother, Mr. George Spencer, She has gone upon a journey The Miley FamilyIN Baptist Church.

'f' brother, Mr. Gilbert Spencer, to a distant land, and althoughour MEMORIAMIn CARD OF THANKSThe

S Cleveland Ohio; Miss Judith hearts are heavy with the MEMORIAMIn

;w Miles, goddaughter. sorrow we must bear, there is loving memory of my beloved family of the late

'I; IN MEMORIAM comfort in knowing she is mother, daughter and DEACON WILSON PORE memory of FRANCISMrs.

happy there. sister who departed this life May 4 RONNIE AMELIA HUMES
Lillian
In loving memory of my dear 1969. who was taken away from Hunter Par-
1 husband, the lateALFRED Lennis Johnson, Sr., father MRS. ANNA ALBURY We wish to June 13, 1952. us son, a pioneer Miamian 1285

WHYLLY Frances Johnson, mother who departed this life June 15, cere thanks and express our sin- NW 53rd St., died June 7.Ser-

ti 4 who departed this life June 8, Maurice Johnson, brother 1968. appreciationto Mr. and Mrs. Arthur vices were held Wednesday at
our friends H
the .
1964. We love you, but Jesus Brenda Johnson, sister Gone, but not forgotten. many who organization Davis St. Agnes Episcopal Church.
Lennis Johnson Jr. rememberedus Survivors include a devoted
loves best. ,
you Mrs. Bonita
in Smith sister
our bereavement.The ,
niece
brother and the entire Mrs. Dorothy Allen
Wife, Mrs. Seward Whylly The Bellamy Familyand ;

. and Family Family The Family family The Humes Family and nephew-in-law other re aves., Jessie Allen

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MIAMI TIMES, Friday, June 13, 1969 23

RANGE Store Guard
wIrIimI
James Benjamin Moreland _
, 1 1of 2250 NW 166th St., Opa- __ _
: locks died June 9 at VA Hospital KilledIn

; I. He is survived by his

; wife Cora; a brother James; HoldupTwo
I nieces and nephews. Services

! will be held Saturday, 12 noon
at Bethel Pentacostal Holiness gunmen killed a secur-
Church. ity guard last Thursday In a
market holdup.
Bryant collins, Jr. of 2100
Metro Lt.John
said
1 Esty two
Wilmington St., Opa-lockadied
, June 7. He is survived by his young men with pistols enteredLucille's
Market, 9300 NW 17
wife Alma; a son Bryant A.
Ave, at 6:30 vL7f
p.m., struggledwith
Collins HI;his parents Mr.and
the guard, and one of the
Mrs. Bryant Collins, Sr.;
gunmen shot him in the back.
. three sisters and a brother.
The guard was identified
) as
He will be shipped to Tampa
James Z, Smith, -55, of 1947 r
i for final rites. NW 42nd St. a F
Johnny Jones of 2013 NW
t 76th St.,died June 5.He is sur-

: vived by his wife Elizabeth; a
: daughter; eight sons; his par- MoonlightCop y
' ents Mr. and Mrs.J.C.Jones,

Sr.; five sisters Edvanna,
Surprises
) Annie, Betty, Dorothy andDe- 71 ...
lores; three brothers,Arthur, I' ) ..
\ \. .f.ft
I Willie and J. C. Jr. He will BurglarsAn I '
M?II j i ...:
. be shipped Friday Cuthbert, !"

Ga. for final rites. off-duty Miami J IiiIborUAjjTiiu1flhiMai IOn \
) Jimmy Lee Williams of 1621 police- Bridging
man at the
moonlighting
-
. died
NW 43rd St., June bat Mt. -
I Sinai Hospital. He Is survivedby Crandon Wholesale Drug Co., Saturday, May 31 Girl quirements of one level Is Northwestern's auditorium as "The flickering lights of a
his wife Minnie;his mother 60 NW Sixth St. shot and Scouts, Ixora Neighborhood of .moved to the next level of senior scouts led a "Song- candle reflected the thoughtful -

J Cora Lee; step-father Frank wounded two burglary suspects the Girl Scout Council of Tropical scouting, that is from Brownies Fest." The flag ceremony face of each girl and leader -
t four brothers Willie, Arthur;, about 3 a.m. last Friday Florida, Inc. held their to Juniors; Juniors to Ca- presented by Troops 409 and as she repeated her girl
: Moses and Charlie; two sis with a shotgun. first mass bridging program dettes and Cadettes Seniors. 375. Mrs. Jean Scrogin, field scout promise and rededicated
ters Mary and Carrie;several Alton Bankston, 26, of 1525 including all levels of scout- Forty-nine troops participated director, led the audience herself to another year in girl
aunts and uncles. He will be NW First Pl., was captured in Ing. Bridging Is an activity In the program. As scouts "sing out" in three numbers. scouting.
, shipped to Macon,Ga for final the company's warehouse where each girl who has sat- were presented by their lead- Troop 581 gave an inspira- B rid Ing committeemem-
. rites. after being shot in the right hip isfactorily completed the reWOMEN'S ers they "crossed the bridge"a tional reading. Message of the bers were Mrs. Jean Scrogin,
James Z. Smith of 1947 NW and left arm by patrolman ( bridge was built on stage day was given by Mrs. Bessie field director, Mrs. Myrtle

42nd St., died June 5. He Is Rodney Charles, 28. front center)to their new lead- Smith, neighborhood chairman Bullard, chairman, Mrs.
survived by his wife Willie The other suspect escaped DAY ers into whose troops they will Bridging ceremony, Laura Bethel, Mrs. Kathryn
, through a window.Police later AT HURST CHAPEL be progressing. Mrs. Myrtle Bullard,chairman Hepburn, Mrs. Marie La-
Mae a son James Jr. his
. ; ; arrested Ernie Ferguson, Redication service,Cla Fleur, Mrs. ,Barbara Walls
.: mother Rosa Smith; two sis- 25, of 7614 NW 14th Pl., at Women's Day will be ob- Music filled the air at Miami rice Littles. and Miss Elizabeth Jones.
ters Vernon Stevens and served Sunday June 22. Our
' Mt. Sinai Hospital where he ,
. Ruthie M. Johnson; six bro- had gone seeking treatment morning speaker will be Mrs.
thers Phillip, Paul, Silas, for wounds Inflicted at the Helen Bain The evening
I Elijah, Joe and Moses. Ser- warehouse speaker will be our own Mrs.
vices were held Wednesday Lennette Pennine-ton.. Everyone -
at Israel Bethel Baptist. is Invited to worship withus. :w

Mrs. Miriam Smith of 420 Rev. W. E. Spells, Is pastor :t.. How
NW 45th St., died June 6. She Franklin, James and Edwin .
I is survived by two sisters Smith Services were held

Carolyn Nottage and Leila Tuesday at New Covenant
GREATERNEW
Pieze; four brothers, Victor, Presbyterian Church. MACEDONIA Much fIL1



FIRST CATHERAL Rev. Roscoe Jackson, pastor
Willie J. Beard, reporterOn ShouldaTjFUNERALA&
Overseer Altheria Williams Friday night the Dea-

Willie Ann Crum, reporter cons and Deaconesses will begin -
There will be an appreciation observing their anniver-

program June 15at3p.m. sary. They will conclude on
Come out and enjoy this ser- Sunday at 3 p.m. A cordial invitation -
vice with us. Refreshments is extended to each to r
will be served. Elder Wither- attend these services. Deacon

spoon will be our guest speakerlXistorofCathedralChurch- Henry L. Jefferson and Sister Cost?
Millanee Lumpkin, presidents SHERMAN MILTON, REV, A. C. MOZELL

No. 5.On. Co-Owner, Co-Owner
June 22 the United Union The women have begun to Funeral Director General Manager
will meet, this church will en- work for our Sixth annualWo-
SPECIAL NOTICETHE
tertain. The Spiritual Harmo- men's which will
Day, convene
How much how little should be for
ARK-VINEYARD or spent a FUNERAL is a
nizers will be present,featur- the fourth Sunday In October.
SPIRITUAL ADVISORS that the concerned determine.
family
UNITY CENTERIs ing Brother Otis Wright, din- The meeting will be held on question only can

now open 10:30 a.m. to ners will be served. Monday night after the second individual
FUNERALS are entirely adapted to personal taste,
8:30 p.m. dally at 1027 NW Visitors are alwayswelcome. Sunday in each month.All ladies
55th St.. Miami, Flo. are asked to be present. preference and needs . It is possible, however, to offer a few de-
The Greatest Blessingsever pendable guides.
offered to this genera-
tion In this day.Metaphysical These are:
psychology lessons
taught by the Prophet Isaac ((1)) The standard of living to which one is accustomed. To go

Causey Mae and Causey.the ProphetessLena far above this is misguided.sentimentality; to go far below ismistaken

This promise is unto vou.
economy.
Seek and you shall find,

open.knock and Learn the to door be your shall own be ((2)) The effect on one's future income and insurance policies.To .

helper I through absolute spend an amount that would seriously curtail the PRINCIPAL and
truth, know people at sight,
realization on health,wealth thus work future hardships is never good business judgement. (Never
and the way to success. If leave all yourmoney at the cemetery).
know what
you want to f
planet I Do you you want are to see be us.a r A decision made with these points in mind will prove wise and

teacher, nurse, prophetess satisfactory to ALL CONCERNED.Isn't .
preacher or whathave you,
check with us. Find yourself it better to receive the best for a fair price than to pay a lot

The course through pays God's for itself.way. for the average?

Bible John 5j39.
I' The ALL NEW.MANKER-MILTON FUNERALHOME offers a com-

/ L. plete line of services . Cloth covered caskets from $195.00 . .

Metal caskets from $695.00 . Cemetery charges ($95 at Evergreen .
FRANCIS FUNERAL MR. LESTER ALBERT. OWNER and $100 at Lincoln Memorial) not included.
HOME There are many funeral homes in the Miami

area, but there is only one funeral service.So We are located in a low-income area to serve'you.
This
is to inform the
public that the Francis in your hour of bereavement call . No families turned away. However, we advise families to avoid

unnecessary expense because sincerity or grief should not be measuredin
Funeral Home is now No deserving poor refused dollars.

temporarily located at of AlbertWhere
the Richardson Funeral (House

Home, 4500 NW 17th service begins and never ends AMNKER-MIOW ,FUNERAL HOME

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24 THE MIAMI TIMES, Friday, June 13, 1969


Women's Council Pastor Celebrates
Baptist

I AnniversaryOur -


:: Closes At Mt. Tabor already Pastor's in progress Anniversaryis with

Rev. W. F. Tanner and congregation -

of St. Mary's Baptist .
x
Church, Coconut Grove was in j t

4'n charge Wednesday night; to- 1

night (Thursday),Rev 0, W. :

Foster and congregation of .

Ebenezer Baptist, Hallandale;

Friday, Rev R,C.Solomon and

gnu 3n hlhurrll unttu congregation of New Mt. Zion e-

Baptist, Hialeah These ser-

1 1REV vices will begin at 7:45 p.m.

CHRISTIAN FELLOWSHIPRev. ST. MARY'S Sunday at 3 p.m. Rev. J. E,
Brown and congregation of

P. S, Brown, pastorM. Rev. H. V. Stuart, pastor Brown's Chapel will close out

L. Nixon, reporter Sunday Is Tithes Day and the anniversary. After this

Father's Day will be ob- don't forget your special service refreshments will be

served Sunday by Christian pledge for this day Father's served, we cordially invite the

----- Fellowship family Evangelist Day. Flowers are to be placedon public --

REV. SAMUEL ATCHEON W, M. DAVE Maggie Green of Greater the alter in honor and in This Sunday the 11 a.m.ser- REV. A. L. SHIPPa

Bethel AME Church will be memory of father. vice has been specially dedi- Fashion Tea the fourth Sun-

the Friday, June Women's 13th at Council 8 p.m:1 the guest speaker. You are 'St. Mary's Kindergarten cated to honor our graduatesof day from 4 to 6 p.m.

Baptist cordially Invited to come and will hold its graduation on Sunday the church and all friends The pastor and Sis. C. Col-
will assemble at Mt. Tabor
/I' enjoy the message June 15 at 4 p.m. at the who would like to worship with lins want to thank Rev 0.Taylor -
Church of NW
Baptist corner The Adult Choir is sponsor- church. Everyone is invited. us, please be on time in your and congregation of Greater -
66th Street and 17th Avenue
Ing a "Season Tea" at the Our church is invited at cap and gown or white dresses St. Luke P.B. West Holly-
Rev James Hendon
pastor. home of Bro and Sis.Thomas special services at Mt. Sinai and dark suits. wood for the service renderedlast
The occasion the
being closingfor
Blue on the fifth Sunday from Church on June 15 at 3 P.m. The pastor is asking the Sunday.
the months of the
summer
council. A 4 to 6 p.m. The public is invited Our special prayers goes 10 church to accompanyhimJune Please pray for world
religious
great ser- Bro. Albert Carey in Chris- 26 at 8 p.m. to New Hope Bap- peace Visitors are always
vice has been arranged and
The BTU president has a tian Hospital and Sis. Mildred tist Church, Rev. W, E. Sims, welcome
several ministers will
occupy
the rostrum. program prepared for the Delware who is going on vaca pastor Rev. A. L. Shipp, pastor
tion. Our sympathy to Sister The No. 1 Choir will sponsor
The sermon will be deliver- youth and adults and is askingyou Evelyn Souter,reporterST.
to please support this effort Lelia Fleze and family in the
ed by the Rev. Samuel Atchi-
on Sunday at 5:50: p.m. death of her sister. All other .. AGNES
son, dynamic pastor of Mt,
Members are asked by the sick and shut-ins remain the MEMORIAL TEMPLE
Calvary Baptist Church. Rev. Rev. L. L. Sands, rector
:... pastor to see your captain for same. Let us continue to pray Rev. I. C. Mickins pastor
W. M, Davis, pastor of First Bryley Newton, reporterSt
obligation day on the fourth for them. Visitors are always
Lucille Beckett
reporterWe
Baptist Church In Brownsville Agnes Day Kindergartenheld

and widely known as an evangelist REV JAMES HENDONthe Sunday. welcome. were delighted to have its Commencement
Visit and the sickand
has been selected as help two distinguished women in cise June 8 in the social hall.

the alternate.An opening selections after afflicted.ST.MATTHEWS. JORDAN GROVE our midst, Mrs. Herbert Pat- Jacqueline Livingston, supervisor -
which the Atchison Special terson from Atlanta, Ga.,sis-
invitation is extended to Chorus will fill the stand. .
ter of Mrs. I. C. Mickins and
(On Sunday June 15 some of
all ministers and Rev. Douglas Cook ,
laymen, Mrs. Maybelle Anderson of ,pastor Mrs. Pauline Campbell of Detroit the seniors from local high
regardless of denomina- New Providence and Mrs. Eddie Gilbert,reporterThe
Rev. Randall
pastor Michigan. Mrs. Camp- will with
schools worship us
tion affiliations A fifteen min- Pearl Atkins of Mt. Zion will Turner No. 2 Ushers' Board
Wynell reporter bell Is president of the Youth at the 10:45 service.
ute devotion conducted by Mrs. appeal for help in will begin their anniversaryon a.m.
spreading On the fourth Sunday in June Dept. of the National BaptistS. Churchmen
Annie Armstrong of Mt. Zion the gospel throughout the this Friday at 8 p.m. and The Episcopal
the 1 Choir's Anniver-
No. S, and BTU Congress,which Group No. 2 will present their
Hope and Mrs. Everlina world. The alternate will be in sary will be observed. The will conclude on Sunday at 3 will convene In our city June
first Father's Tea Sunday
Brooks of Mt. Zion will of the p.m. with the Rev. Freeman Day
pre- charge services. At the musical programs will beginon 16-22 Mrs. Campbell is also
from 4-6 in the Parish
cede the services. The Junior close refreshments will be delivering; the sermon. The p.m.
Friday night. All membersand president of the Baptist Women is :
... choir of Mt. Tabor will renderFRIENDSHIP served downstairs. friends are cordially Invited support of the entire church is in the State of Michigan. Hall, Mr. Sidney Barr, I
needed to make this anniver- ,president.All .
to attend. Sunday, June 15th is bacca- members are remindedthat

\ DRAKE MEMORIAL On next Saturday night there sary Pitt is a great success.Brother laureate Sunday. We are ask- they're assessed $10 for

will be a musical program, president ing all our graduates to be the renovation of the parish

Rev. J. E,Jenkins,pastor Rev J. W, Dunn, pastorN featuring Bro. Ray and the MIami Jordan Grove's Male present at 11 a.m. with their hall Mrs. Miriam Stirrup,

The youth department wishto T. Green, reporter Zion Tones in behalf of the Chorus will contest the Greater cap and gown. chairman of the Building Fund

thank all who helped to make Deacon Hardee and the Wil- Men's Day. New Macedonia Male There will be a dinner sale

their first annual FellowshipDay ling Workers thank their many Pray for the sick and shut- Chorus on this Sunday at 3 p.m. at the home of Mrs.Sally Dud- Drive.

a complete success. friends for helping them in in. at Greater New Macedonia. ley, 2909 NW 55th St., Satur-

Special thanks to Miss Shirley their first project. The song The public is invited to witness day from 12 noon to 5 p.m. ZION HOPE

Cooper of St. Paul AME and fest was a spiritual and financial this contest. For free delivery call 634-

Mr. Leslie Thomas they were success. Rev. Oris May Visitors are always welcome 6319. Sister Joann McPhee,

both dynamic speakers.The Miss Sharon Williams, one to worship with us. Let sponsor.
Here June 18
pastor is asking choir of our Juniors will graduate us remember the sick in our Visitors are always welcome -
members to r0"o.. "" """' .'''\'IIII'ft prayers.TRANSFIGURATION.
be at Community from high school this week.We .m E Y

M. B,Church Thursday to render pray that she may be blessedas ,

services as our pastor will she continues her education -

I deliver the sermon. Rev. A. MT. SINAI

Anderson, pastor. Deacon Blue left for Dayton,
Fr. E, S. Clarke Jr. vicar
Cleo
Rev.
Albury, pastorB.
The Pastor's Aid Club Is Ohio this week. We will miss

sponsoring a trip Saturday at his dedicated service while he The Episcopal Churchmenof Boney, reporter

7 p.m. via the church bus, is away from us. the Transfiguration wishesto Sunday is Father's Day, fathers -

small donation is appreciated. The choir Is making plans express their sincere will be honored during
thanks to the entire commun- the 11 a. m. worship services.
The local program for the for their anniversary on the
ity for their support in making The pastor's Aide Club will
S.S. and B.TU. Congress will fourth Sunday in this moath.!
their floor project a huge observe Its
be held at Dinner Key Audi- Please continue to pray and anniversary and

torium on Monday,June 16,aU visit the sick and shut-ins. success. Mr. Raleigh Johnson honor our pastor at 3 p.m.Rev.H. .
of Miami was the recipient of
youth and adults are asked to V. Stuart and congregationof
the boat trip to Nassau for two. St. Mary's W. M. Church -
participate.Our MISS SABRINA THOMAS
Champions of the whist tour- will be
our special
get well wishes are extended NEW PROVIDENCE guests.You . Miss Ushers'Board No. 2
nament were Charles Taylorand are Invited to attend.
to Deacon Williams
R. D. -
Little Sabrina
and to S1 s t e r Gertrude Rev. C. J. Burney,pastor Anthony Simons. Urgent! Persons having Thomas was
crowned Little
Barnes in Jackson Memorial Arsula Edwards,reporter Holy Temple M. B. Church Next Sunday the church will available accommodations to Miss Ushers'Board

Hospital and to all who are ill Special recognition for the of 14560 NW 22nd Ave., Opa- pay hommage to all men of the house messengers to the National No. 2. Congratulations
I- locka will church at the 10:45 a.m. miss S.S. and to her because it was a very
a speedy recovery. graduates of this church Sun- present Rev. Oris BTU Con-
day at the 11 a.m. services.You Mays of the Boston Street Baptist with a special tribute to Mr. gress, June 16. 22, please hard competition. Deacon R.

are requested to wear Church of Memphis, Ten- Charles Taylor who was contact Deacon Charles Williams is president.

NEW HOPE your caps and gowns nessee, recording singer.and chosen as father of the year. Brooks of the local entertain- Tuesday night after prayer

On Sunday night the Hospi- preacher. On Wednesday,June There will also be corporate ment committee.Let meeting, three couples were
Rev W. E. Sims pastor
tality has 'planned a Fathers 18 at 8 p.m.Nathan communion for all men. us continue to spread ordained. Bro. Julius Davis

Elaine Gilbert,reporterThe Day program for you. Please Young Elementary some sun shine to our sick and and wife; Bro. and Sis. Ben
No. 1 Choir wish to
Plnkney and
Brother
come out and support our ef- School cafeterlum, 14120 NW shut-ins. ; andSis-
thank everyone who participated 24th Avenue ter 0. J, Johnson. The Deacon
in making their tea a fort.Consecration Opa-locka. KELLY'S CHAPEL and Deaconess Board welcome
hour of prayeris Also on program will be the
i. success on last Sunday. A NEW HOPE them, and the entire church
i: special thanks to Sis. Lucille held each Sunday at 5 a.m. Related Five, Kenneth Butler Rev. W. H. Butler,pastor congratulates them.
Bible class and the eleven old
'. Sims. prayer ser- year gospel Marie Carr, reporterThe Rev. H.C.Samuels,pastor Ushers' Board No. 1 is
vice at singer and pianoist and
Tuesday 7:30 other
., The Pas t o r' s and Church p.m. Hallandale Spiritual Patricia Gowen, reporterThe sponsoring a dumb dinner Sat-
choirs from
is local
Everyone invited. Continuein churches.Won't .
Anniversary will terminate Singers will return on the sec- No. 2 Choir wishes to urday at the church. The en-

'{ the fifth Sunday in June, plan prayer for those who are and you please come out ond Sunday In July. Come out thank the Silver Stars,Temple tire public Is invited to come
sick shut-in and the bereaved. help us in our
"building
.;\Ji!' now to attend. fund drive." Donation $1,50 and bring a friend. Baptist Choir and St. Mark out. Deacon Anderson is
On Sunday, June 15 in our The fashion show sponsored Choir for making their anni- president.

';,*' regular] evening worship service advance Advance, $2 tickets at door.available by the youth will be held on the versary program a success. Baccalaureate service will

i'" Rev W. M. Davis of ANNOUNCEMENTThe Josh Barber 14550 second Sunday in August at The Pastor's Aid Club will be held Sunday at 11 for all
Shop NW
Brownsville will be our guest Bonded Rental on 7th
22nd agency meet at St. Matthew Freewill high school graduates whode-
Ave.
at the
i speaker. This ls In behalf of C Lord C's are cele- between 5 and, or 8 church Ave The theme Is"Wear Your Baptist (church Rev. Simms, sire to attend.Remember I

;' me pastor's and church anni- brating their sixteenth anni- any member of p.m.the and from Thing". The public is invited ,i choir and ushers will be in the sick, shut-

versary. versary June 29 at Greater St. Sisters Brown church. and the donation is $1. i charge of the services. in, and members of bereaved

Let us not forget toprayfor Paul AME Church in Coconut Ollie Mary and Parents you are remindedto The Primitive Baptist Sun- families in your prayers
Kelley
are
i.: our sick and shut-ins,theyare Grove at 2:30. The church is Ernest cosponsors.Rev. Is. send the youth out to youth I
( Sisters Rebecca Grant in Mt. located on the corner of Douglas pastor Talmadge, ministry every Tuesday even- 'convene June 10 at Daytona Rev.Paul Freeman is pastor _

.Sinai and Lucy Scott at home. Road and Thomas Avenue log at 7:00. Beach. .

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THE MIAMI TIMES, Friday, June 13, 1969 25 1

CHRIST ANTIOCHRev GRACE

Canon T R, Gibson, rector P. W. Wiggins, pastor Rev W. F. Savoy, pastor
Antoinette Silva,reporter Dinettie Cobb, reporter Congratulations to Miss
Sunday will be observed as Ushers' Board No. 2 will Lorraine Saunders and Mr.

Men's Day at the morning ser celebrate their anniversary Frank Goa, who will be mar-
vice. Guest speaker will be Sunday at 3 p.m. Rev W, C, ried this Saturday at 5:30p.m.
Mr, Joseph Anderson, princi- Ivery will preach the sermon.
at the home of Mr. and Mrs.
pal of Booker T. WashingtonJr. All youth are urged to attend -
Ernest Saunders 549 NW 47th
High School. Mr.Andersonis Jr. Church meeting every Terrace. ,
a graduate of Bethune- Saturday at 4 p.m.
The Senior High graduates
9 Cookman College and New This 'is our last week of revival -
will be honored in our Sunday
meetings.
morning worship service.The
York University, There will be a dinner sale
pastor will speak briefly from
The public is invited to join held at the home of Sis.Gladys Colossians 3:1-21 Then our
us in this annual men's day Robinson Saturday in behalf
educational committee will
service. Also on Sunday at 5 the Jr. Church
recognize the graduates
p.m.,the nt. Rev James L, Remember to attend BTU
Duncan, D.D. will administerthe meeting every Sunday at 5:30:
Apostolic Rite of Confirmation p.m. GAMBLE MEMORIAL
iv
Come out and enjoy the Baccalaureate services will

4 R ? li .u1 service be held Sunday at the 11 am
On June 20 at 5:00: the Epis- service. All graduates are reminded -
\ copal Churchmen will honor to bring their caps and
Attorney and Mrs. TheodoreR gowns.

Gibson, Jr. at a receptionin Youth Day will be held July
the church's parish hall. 27. Our chair man for this year
The public is invited to come is Ralph McCloud. f

out and meet the newlyweds.Have Remember to pray for the .....

you purchased your sick, shut-in, and men on the
Miss Florida County Contest WinnersST. ticket for the trip to Nassau? battlefields everywhere.

If not tickets may be secured
.. LUKE been planned for your enjoy- The Deaconess Board would at $1 a chance

Rev p, W.Williams,pastor ment. Deacon Floyd Davis is: like to thank those who made CHRISTIAN VALLEYElder
Kathleen Streeter reporterThe chairman. their contest a success
,
youth of the church You are Invited to worshipwith I Mrs Evelyn Davis is press ST. PAUL AME A. Ford, pator
Blondie Higgins reporter
us this Sunday which isFather's : dent. __ _
would like to thank those who
M r
Rev. T 5431 St.
HollywoodThe
C. Kelly
pastor Mayo ,
made them a success. Special Day. The church is: Winners were Rosalyn Mary Amos No. 3 District meeting Elder J. C. Jackson, pastor
located at 1790 NW 55th St,, Kincy first place Debbie i reporter
thanks to Mr W. C. Codgelland ; The members will honor
Sunday, at 3 p.m. the pastor of the True Church of God in
Remember to pray for the sickand : Cooper second place and Jacquelyn their
all
Mrs. Ozora R. Shell ; is asking the membership Unity will meet this Saturday pastor day Father'sDay
Sunday, June 22 is Men'sDay. bereaved members. Johnson third place. along with the officers, all night through Sunday afternoon The pastor will preachthe

A wonderful program has. choirs ushers, junior choirto at Christian Valley Asking all baccalaureate sermon on
ST. JOHN AME go with him to Mt. Herman ministers and all members to Sunday. We are asking all
NEW
TEMPLEThe KINGDOM AME this graduates to wear thei gowns
Ft. Lauderdale, Rev be present throughout
men of the church will Rev W. A, Curry, pastor Rev. J, Torrence, pastor J, B. Blackaell is the pastor meeting. Elder A. Ford, presiding and caps. All fathers and god-
fathers will be
have a get-together affair this Baccalaureate services for 0. Harris, reorter and make this a memorable remembered.
Friday at 8:30 p.m.at the home graduates will be conducted The pas tor's installation occasion. Pray for the sick and shut- 1898 NW 43rd Street.

of Deacon Chas. Young. The Sunday morning in the 11 a.m. service will begin June 16 The graduating seniors of ins.
proceeds will be in behalf of service All graduates are invited 22. Miami Jackson "and Northwestern ST.. PHILLIPSSt.
Men's Day Friends are invited to attend. On Monday night the entire High School will worship -
The pastor organized the church will be in charge and with us Sunday, June 15 CHRISTIAN SCIENCE Philip's Parish is spon-
Sunday is Father's Day and first male chorus of St. John. Rev W. B. Williams will for t h e i r baccalaureate ser- soring its annual Bazaar on
also Baccaulareate Sunday A St. John's Men's Day was a preach; Tuesday, Rev Slater vice. Youngsters love to go places 'Saturday, June 14 from noon
I number of recent high school great success raising over and congregation from Day Remember our sick and and do things with their par till 10 p.m. on the church
: graduates and others are expected $2,400. The pastor will leave Spring will be incharge;Wed- shut-in and pray for their recovery ents. But what can a young per- grounds, 15700 NW 20th Ave
to attend the 11 this week for Columbus, Ohioto son do if tragedy takes a fatheror
a.m. nesday, Rev Samson and con- Rd, Bunche Park. First prize
service and a special message attend the Bishop's Council. gregation from Mt Aaron a mother out of his life? will be two round trip ticketsto

will be delivered to them and Rev S, A,Cousin,presiding Thursday, Rev C. Smith and FATHERS DAY When we come to know God Nassau. There will be many
the fathers. Bring out your Elder of the Miami district congregation from Bethlehem MUSICALCLIFFORD better as our loving Father- other prizes, games, and refreshments -
",.,ip man." will hold the third quarterly will be In charge; Sunday at Mother, He fills the empty available and din-

u was good to see Leonard conferenceon Friday, June 21 11 a.m. Rev, J, Ferguson will spots in our life. Listen Sunday ners will also be served,
Duncanson in church lastSun- at 8:15 p.m. All boards are deliver the message, at 3 p.m. at 1:45 p.m. over radio station
asked to have a full report WMBM to "When TeenAgersMiss
day morning. A 1968 graduateof Sunday Rev Henderson and
Miami Northwestern Sr, A Pew Rally will terminateon congregaton from Oak Grove A Paren'ts Love." MILLROCK
High, he attended FAMU last Sunday night, June 22, the will close the services. Fifth Church of Christ
term and is visiting his mo- theme: "And A Little Child Dinners will be served and Scientist, 1600 NW 54th St., Rev. A. Jackson, pastorE.
Shall Lead Them" welcomes the public Jackson, reporter
.
ther and other relatives. all is free The public is invited -
Deepest sympathy to Ms Class meeting will be held Men's Day will be observed
Esther Campbell and family. Tuesday night with the Sunday. Rev A, H, Essix will
Stewards in charge. be our moring speaker Rev.
Her nephew Cyril Stubbs BIBLE CHURCH
a public school teacher was CHRISTIAN MISSIONARYThe W, Hinderson and congregation -

burned to death Saturday night, pastor and membersare Bishop E, E, Rahming, pastor the services of Oak Grove Sunday will at 3 close

May 31, NEW BETHEL scheduled to close out Rev. Shirley Cooper, reporterOn We are asking the cooperationof p.m.

Anderson's anniversary Sun- Friday, we wish honor the church.
Rev. Ernest Williams pastor
day at Christian Community our bishop in an appreciation
SHILOH: Alice Harris, reporter Baptist Church. The Deacons ) program at the church.
There will be early morn- e. ,
and Trustees are sponsoringa On Sunday at 3 p.m. Elder MT. OLIVETTEThis
Rev A. M.Griffin,pastor ing prayer on Sunday at 7 a.m. program on Wednesday night MATTHEWSThe Servance and congregation
Cheryl English, reporter Coffee and donuts will be serv- in behalf of the Building Fund. Episcopal Churchmen, will be with us. We invite you Sunday, June 15 is bac-
Revival meeting is now in ed free and every Sunday here Rev. Torrence is the speaker.The Group No 2 at st,Agnes Episcopal to come out and be with us. calaureate Sunday and in the
progress, preaching has begun after. president of the No. 1 Church will sponsor its We are praying for the sick 11 a.m. service we will honor
with Rev. K. E. Rogers of There will be a trip to Bak- Choir wish to thank all-the first annual Fathers Day and shut-in the graduates of our church
Mt Olivet Baptist Church er's Haulover on Saturday. choirs for their corporation Musicale, Sunday, June 15 in along with their friends in a
every night at 8:30: Prayer The Grand United Order of during their anniversary.Also the Parish Hall, 1736 NW 3rd special service. The sermon
meeting at 7:30: p.m. Pallbearers will hold its Me- the members of our church. Ct. The program will begin at FIRST BAPTIST will be delivered by the pastor
The pastor is asking the morial services June 26 at 8 Let us continue to pray for 4 p.m. Featured on the pro- Rev George Warren.
church to go with him the fifth p.m. We are asking our many the sick and shut-in. Brother gram will be various talented Rev. W. M. Davis, pastor At 3 p.m. the BTU will pre-
Sunday night to New Hope friends to be out and share Charlie Jackson remain in the musicians, orators, and the Donella Turner, reporter sent ,a Father's Day musical.
Baptist Church Rev. W. E. with us in this event. hospital. Let us pray for world Miami Northwestern Sr. High Sunday at 8 p.m. the church .,
Sims, pastor. Deacon Fred Williams is at peace. School Chorus and pastor will worship at New
The Senior church worship home and Sis. Woodside at The main speaker will be Hope Baptist Church in Lib- VALLEY GROVERev.

Sunday. June 15, all seniorsare home. Remember them in Mr. Clifford Matthews, prin- erty City, Rev Sims, pastor. R, A. Norton,pastor
asked to please be presentand your prayers and don't forgetto EBENEZER cipal of Holmes Elementary The fifth Sunday is Youth Evelyn Ferguson,reporter

on time. visit. Rev. A. D.Hall,Sr.,pastor School and one of Miami's Day. We are asking all mem- Friday night Rev J. Ferguson -
Let us not forget to visit Rev. Hall has returned from leading citizens and educa- bers to help support our youth. will preach in behalf of
and pray for sickandshut-- the Florida Annual Confer- tors. The public is cordially We pray much for all our Women's Day, sponsored by
in.All MT. CARMEL ence. Sunday begins his 15th invited to attend. sick and shut-ins.To our visitors Sis. Ferguson. Rally drawingis
graduating seniors are year as pastor of Ebenezer. you are always welcome.MT.CALVARY postponed from the 14 to

asked to please meet at the Rev. D. A. Bradley, pastor On Monday night the Hospi- 21st. Location, 1780 NW 35th
church at 5 p.m. Saturday.ANNOUNCEMENT Louise McGriff, reporterThe tality Committee served the Way, Ft. Lauderdale. "

No. 2 Usher Board will church family with an appre- MT. PLEASANT The Gospel Five, along with
end their anniversary Sundayat ciation dinner for Rev. Hall Rev. S.Atchison,pastor other groups will render song

3 p.m. with Rev. Stevens and his family.Let Rev. A.H, Lockett,pastorA Phyllis Beal, reporter services at Valley Grove Sat-
delivering the message. You us not forget the sick M, Hollimon, reporterThe There will be a Captain'sTea urday night.
are invited to attend. and shut-ins. members and friendsdid at the church Sunday from On Wednesday night the pas-
The Mt, Moriah Baptist There will be a, Fish Fry not let the rain dampen 4 6, A grand time is being tor ,and church will render
Church is having its annual Saturday night at the home of PASTOR'S AID UNION their spirits the cottage pray- planned. So don't miss this services at Mt. Pilgrim M.B.

Men's Day program Sunday, Sis. Irma D. Boswell, 2350 NW ers were most successful.The joyous occasion. Church, Rev. Edson, pastor.
June 22. Our morning speaker 56th St. This is for the No. This Sunday the pastor's A id annual revival meeting started Baccalaureate services will The fourth Sunday is Wo-
is Mr. Milton Jones,Sr.,Dania Choir, they are asking you to Union will meet at St. Matthew Monday with Rev. Williams of be held at the church Sunday men's Day. Morning speaker
Fla. Our evening speaker is come by and get a sandwich. Freewill Baptist Church, Rev West Florida. for all '69 graduates Our pas- will be Sister Knapp,afternoon
Mr. Ruphus Grant, Richmond Pray for the sick and shut- W, E, Sims of New Hope MB We are asking that you tor will speak on the theme: speaker Velvet Reddick.
Heights. Everyone is invited.Mr. in and those whohave lost Church choirs and ushers in please come out and worshipwith "Getting Ready for Tomor Chairmen are Sisters Alice
James Snow and Mr. some of their love ones. Pray charge. us.We are always prayingfor row." Held and Evelyn Ferguson.
- Noah Williams are chairmen. for the men in Vietnam. Visi- Sister Willie Mae Bagley, the betterment of all mankind Please pray for the sick and Pray for the sick and shut-
Rev. W. C. Edcar, pastor. tors are always welcome is president. shut-ins. in.I '





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26 THE MIAMI TIMES, Friday, June 13, 1969


I $699,200 For Innovative 111 ProgramNinetynine MR. SYMANis

back business and ready to meet his
in is
felllowships of Education as authorized by New Jersey and Florida.In addition Classes, which will be
have been awarded by the University the Education Professions De- 35 teachers from the taught by University of Miami old friends and customers at his new address,
of Miami School of velopment Act. The University new Olinda Elementary School faculty, will be divided into 8 SW 2nd AvenuePh
education to train educational of Miami is one of 50 institutions and 34 from the new Arcola three groups: the Olinda participants -
personnel through the majornew selected to offer the Lake Elementary School will the Arcola Lake : 374-2773
Trainers of Teachers of program. The U. S, Office of be graduate students in the group, and a group consistingof the courteous service as has
Offering
Teachers ( TTT) program to Education has ear-marked program. 25 pre-doctoral educatorsand some
begin on campus MondayJune $699,200 for the first year with Five members of the group administrative personneland been his policy for the pest 49 years. If you
16, according to Dr. Verne similar programs to follow will participate at the post- the five post-doctoral par- need money or expert watch repairs. See me !III!!
Faust, director. for each of the next two years. doctoral level. They includeDr. ticipants. Each group will have
The one-year graduate pro- Participants will come from Leon Durkin, assistant to the opportunity of observingand
gram, which extends through nine states -- Oregon, Cali- the president of Trenton State analyzing themselves and
July 26, 1970, is supported bya fornia, Arizona, Texas, Ten- College, N. J.; Dr. John H. each other in classroom situa-
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University of Oregon; Dr. C. playback or by actual observance Madam Ann
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UN-type seating. if you have any of these problems or others like them,
School Board and the Model Observers with headsets will do.ir friend, there Is wonderful news of a remarkablenew
Cities Program, the Triple T be able to see and hear every way of help. Also your lucky days and lucky
program is designed to make it thing going on in the classroom numbers. See Madam Ann today,SS reading, t3 with Ad.
possible for teachers to be- OPEN 9 A. M. TO 9 P. M. NO APPOINTMENT NECESSARY
come thoroughly grounded in Phone 691-9583 9751 N. W. 27th Avenue
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one to another. To be subject to one another. To mirror glass. Lighting in the
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another. Not to some professional hearer or confessions classroom from all angles and .
but to one another. To gorgive one another.To video-tape all class sessionsfor
later analysis. From the
bear another's burdens. To comfort
one one
another. To love one another. To edify one another.To ceiling monitor dropped sound from mikes the class-will HAPPENED TO HIM ??

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MIAMI TIMES June 13 1969 27
THE Friday, ,

family' Planning '



Committee formedMrs. BUSINESS: DIRECTORY I



Evelyn Wright, direc- to feed, clothe, house and edu-
[ tor of the Family Planning cate their children is largely LOUNGES LAUNDRY & CONTRACTORS
project, announced the Advi- decided by the percentage rate /' EARL'S ZEBRA LOUNGE CLEAN! NG .. H. COPELAND

sory Committee for 1969. of income to amount of children Earl 4400 Edwards NW 7th Avenue, Prop. WILLIAMS'TAILORS & CLEANERS 2939 CONSTRUCTION NW 48th Terrace
Chairman Is Mrs. H. Franklin Phonei 6346233IndustrialCommercial
Alterations
1 Day Service -
I
Williams, vice chairman is A Family Planning brochure FUNERALDIRECTORS 4842 NW 27th Avenue Residential
Dr. Thomas James, and sec- says, "kids are wonderful 634-9251
retary is Mrs. Elizabeth Cur- but too many unplanned child MANK ER-MI TON
tis. Committee members are ren in one family are not won- 6701 NW 15th Avenue A-I LABORNO
Dr. James Bridges, Mrs. derful. And the more un- 691.9151

Willie Mae Hannah, Mr.Sum- planned children you have,the On June 8, 1969 GladstoneA. WI NDOW SERVICE Agents WantedAgents Driver I FEF Men PAID with DAILY cars,

ner Hutcheson, Mrs. Stanley tougher it gets. It becomes Hunter, Jr., a 1964 grad- Fork lift, Lob-'.'., Ware-
Milledge, Miss Everllna Williams harder and harder to feed uate of HENRY'S to sell The Miami housemen. Open 5:30 a.m.
Booker
Mrs.W 1111e F.Williams them, and bring them upright. T. Washington WINDOW SERVICE Times ore wanted all over
Mr. Israel Milton, Dr. So it makes sense to have High School completed his Repair & Installing Florida and Georgia. They -'

E. L. Matta, Jr., Mr. William children when you are ready. five Education years of Pharmaceutical Phone: 635.9869 may be boys and girls or EmploymentLow
at Florida A&M
Sutton, Mrs. Thelma Thomas, The Urban League's Family University DRESS SHOPS adults. Make spending ,Fees-No Money.DownRestaurant Hotel'Domestic .,'
call Mrs. ,
Gracie Miller.Other planning money. Write or
and Mrs. Program :an show PATRICIA'S, INC.
He is the
of and ,
son Rev.
Factory
Davis 6530 NW 15th Ave.
committee members are Mrs. you how to plan for children 5843 NW 17th Avenue ,
Mrs. Gladstone Hunter of 4100
696.3515 6910421. 534 N. MIAMI
AVENUE
Elizabeth Moore, Mrs. Marie when :you want them . ." NW 11th Court.
Harrison, Dr. Lynn Bartlett, The Family Planning Pro- Attending his graduationwere LORY'S FASHION SHOPS
Miss Nancy Adams, Colonel gram has several approachesto his 6112 NW 7th Avenue
parents, motherinlaw Martin W. Smith
Claude C.Clark, Mrs.Rachael the problem in our commun-
,Mrs.FrankJohnson,little MERCHANTS WHO ADVERTISE IN THE
Rolls and Mrs. Carol Sherry. ity. First, is to evaluate the
daughter, Terolyn, and bro-
MIAMI TIMES ARE TELLING YOU THEY
adequacy of the
The Advisory Committee, already exist ther-in-law Mr. Freddie mydressmaker
with professional staff and ing family planning servicesin Britt. APPRECIATE DOING BUSINESS WITH YOU.

other volunteers, are at work Dade County; then, to organize Gladstone is a member of THEY ARE COURTEOUS, DEPENDABLE.
developing the goals of the community support to
the American PharmaceuticalAssoc.
expand these 6026 NW 7th AVENUE PLEASE PATRONIZE THEM!
Family Planning Program.The services to meet ., the Omega Psi Phi
meaning offamilyplanning the needs of our area; also,to and
Fraternity, Inc.,Chi Delta Mu, Ladies Exclusives
to black parents is to en- locate prospective resi- Alpha Phi Omega, and Is a Ready to Wearat
able them to decide how many dents In need of fa m 11 y plan- third degree mason. popular prices WE'VE MOVED!!!

children to have and when to ning services and assist themIn While attending FAMU he See our selection of after Magic City & Harlem Cabs

have them. The major benefit using available facilities. was a member of the Univer- prom dresses. Pants and
the to control The Family officeis Operating the Citgo Service Station
being ability Planning sity choir, the Opera Guild, skirts are our specialty.
their financial and social fu- at 4638 NW tfth Avenue. Student Government Assoc. NEW
ture. The ability of families Phone number is 633-2573. and the Men's Senate. Made to fit all sizes LOCATION 1501 NW 62 Ste


NEW 6966400DRIVERS
NATIONALINDUSTRIAL PHONE
I Champburger Has Stockholders MeetingChampburger BANKof WANTED

Miami Full time or Part-time

Corporationheld The principal business activity pany owned stores. "The pilot BANK REPOSSESSIONS Apply at Office
its annual meeting of of the Company is the operation located in the Lib-

stockholders Thursday, June establishment of the nation- erty City section of Miami in 1965 Chevy Impala super.
4th at the Corporation's exe- wide program for the fran- operation for the past five sport
cutive offices in the Executive chising of Champburger quick months is a resounding suc-
Building, North Miami. service restaurants and com- cess," stated corporation 1964 Cadillac Sedan de Ville Do you have a SORE, RASH or DISCHARGE?

president, Edward M. Gale.
1965 Bonneville Pontiac
IT COULD BE VD
"Gross sales for the period

I The Annie M. Edwards ScholarshipThe have exceeded $20,000 per Lowest Prices in Town '
month" he continued. Four For confidential information and
Come in, See or Call:
Annie M. Edwards United Church of Christ responsible additional Champburger free treatment
scholarship for $250, to be through Its Depart- stores are being planned for MR. DUFFY: 7594431SEWING
given annually to a deserving ment for Religion and Higher opening in Miami and Ft.Lauderdale Phone: 377-0341 Extension 152

freshman entering college is Education for the operationand A number of franchise MACHINE DADE COUNTY HEALTH DEPARTMENT
awaiting applications. On Oct. maintenance of thirty-two applications have been 1969 ZIG-ZAG PORTABLE
18, 1968 the birthday of the colleges and fourteen semi- submitted to the regional of- Zig-Zag slightly used. No 1350 :NW 14th Street, Miami
late Annie M. the naries throughout these United attach needed to monogram,
Edwards fice of the Small Business Ad- overcast, make but. holes,
above scholarship was announced States. Among these are Tal- ministration and final appro- controls built In. Sews with
with an indication that ladega, Fisk, Howard, Hampton vals are expected by mid- '*' needles. Full. price
1.?31.OObr
details would follow.Mrs.Ed- Atlanta University, June, Gale said. $3.54 mo.assume For free paymentsof home
wards was the mother of An- Dlllard, Tougaloo and Le- The Company became public demonstration, call Capitol AUTO INSURANCE
nette Edwards McNeal and Moyne(In Memphis). In January, 1969 with 200,000 Credit Mgr till 9 p.m. No Immediate SR-22 Filings
Hazel Edwards Wright. shares of common stock out- obllg. If toll call collect. Low Monthly Payments
The second requirement is standing. Directors and of- 949-8124
The fact that the late Mrs. that the applicant should havea ficers of the Company are: Capitol Sewing Machinesof AUTO TAGS DRIVERS LICENSED.

Edwards taught for many "B" average and be a generally Edward M. Gale, president, Southern Florida
years in a secondary AMA well-rounded indivi- director; Chauncey Eskridge, GOODMAN & SONS

(American Missionary Association dual. vice president, assistant sec- KEEN AUTO TAG AGENCY

) school has determinedthat retary and director; Muhammad Same locati; m for two generations
The winner will be announced -
Aliformor World's SALAD & SANDWICH
the
extended
scholarship -
to those who attend such a through the Miami Times Heavyweight Boxing GIRLS 2688 NW 62nd C\,.,. Phone: 691.0380
after July 15.
Champion), vice president,director South and Central
college
or university. Todaythe
AU applications shouldbe ; Leonard Lurie, sec-
Miami Area
old term "AMA" Is no mailed to: Rev. Harold D. retary-treasurer and direc-

longer used. The board of Long, 6001 NW 8th Ave., Mi- tor; and Philip Brooks,assis- $90 Week COLOR AND BLACK & WHITE TV SERVICE

Homeland Ministries of the ami, Fla. 33127. tant secretary and director. See Mr. Herb STEREO
7906 Bis. Blvd.jFLORIST. RADIO TAPE RECORDER


VET TVTED


I Black Ad Agency GetsR. Peiih 379-7735 FORMERLY OF JET IS NOW VET


GIfT IIfO'MIamI.
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N. C.- started nearly three years ago duct advertising directed
One of the nation's top black by Howard Sanders, a former through Negro-oriented
4340 N. W. 7th AnnuoMio"l
advertising agencies, Howard radio advertising executive.The magazines and radio stations. ;, Flmider
Sanders Advertising,Ltd,New agency now handles Thus, Reynolds becomes one r I
York, has been selected by billings in excess of $1 million of only a handful of ma jor companies y
annually.In utilizing a full range of
R. J. Reynolds Tobacco Com-
pany to direct a major institutional addition, the agency actsas Negro-owned or Negro- flowers for all
campaign In Negro- a consultant to other firms oriented advertising media.
oriented newspapers.The who have geared advertisingto R. J. Reynolds is an equal ,)6 occasionsFLOWERS
advertising campaign the $35 billior Negro mar- opportunity employer and has s
being developed to better acquaint made substantial gains in the 4's
black consumers with ket.R.. J. Reynolds'institutional employment of Negroes In BY

Reynolds and its growing sub- advertising program will supplement sales, clerical,productionand u. r..y y -s

sidiaries. Reynolds itself is the company's pro_ management areas. WE WIRE FLOWERS MODERNDAY(4V
the nation's leading manufac- J '
ANYWHERE 275 Northside
RlazaJNorthside
turer of cigarettes (Winston, MERCHANTS WHO ADVERTISE IN THE sw o

Salem erations, Camel are in);subsidiary such fields as MIAMI TIMES ARE TELLING YOU THEY Cod. 305 t '<., s Shopping Center

foods and beverages, containerized APPRECIATE DOING BUSINESS WITH YOU. 754-8061 v; 693-3971 Day

shipping,packaging, THEY ARE COURTEOUS, DEPENDABLE. r44/' 754-1888 Nite
aluminum products and indus- 758-4371
trial corn products.The PLEASE PATRONIZE THEMI!

Sanders agency was





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28 THE MIAMI TIMES Friday, June 13, 1969 ,

Pre-Registration For Summer Programs At County Parks I

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Summer Recreation pro- ed will include: coaching,supervision .Owaissa Bauer-August 817, Recreation Department. For
grams will begin at all play- and training in all U. S. youth games national finals further information please
grounds and centers in Dade major sports from baseballto in Washington, D. C. call 371-3531, ext. 218.
County beginning June 23. soccer (highlight events of August 21-24 and water festi- All summer recreation pro-
TIME"f.v Pre-registration for school the '69 summer include: val of synchronized swimming grams sponsored by the

age children will be daily Wed- bicycle rodeo-July 12ar-, September 6) arts and crafts, Metropolitan Dade County
.v PHIL DIXON nesday, June 18 through Sat- chery meet-July 16,table tennis music, dance, theatre, nature Park and Recreation Depart-
urday, June 21. tournament-July 23, U.S. studies and aquatic activities ment are free to the public,

.., .., ..,.,., . youth games local finals-Au- from life saving to synchro- with the exception of a nomi-
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Recreation programs offer- gust 2, honor camp at Camp nized swimming at nine recreation nal fee to the swimming pools.
JACKSON ATHLETIC SCHOLARSHIPS areas which have Leisure time fun and recrea-
Among those receiving athletic scholarships Miami Jack- swimming pools. For a com- tion is also offered to teens

son high were: Larry Allen, University dIllinois; Paul Schu- FAMU Signs White Track StarLuke plete listing recreation cen- and adults.Check with the cen-
bert, Appalachian State; William Butler, Bridgeport, Conn.; ters, pools and parks, look in ter director at your nearest
Leon ,Lewis, Southern Univ., Baton Rouge; Maurice Long, the telephone directory under Dade County Recreation Center -
Mississippi Valley, Donald Huzzie, Fla. State; Rick Moore, Otten, Miami-Dade Jr. while wearing a Falcon uni- Dade, County of, Park and or playground.
Brown University; Larry Pleasure,Mississippi Valley; Oscar College North track star, has form.
Anderson, Olin Bogan, William Harris and Willie Robinson, accepted an Athletic Service The speedy stalwart holds '
Florida A&M Dennis Crawford, Albany State and Rick Kil- Grant to attend Florida A&M Miami-Dade North records in
;
patrick, Harvard.To University in the fall the 120 high hurdles(15.0)andthe ( ) [THE BIG 9 FOR
Otten is the first white ath- 440 intermediate hurdles i
the forty-niners and the other grads of Booker Washington lete toreceive a track scholarship ((55.0)). He was the Florida Jr. I L
Dorsey, Carver and Dillard, I must congrat you people on at the predominantlyblack College Conference State 69 IN MIAMI
a celebration well done. Being a Washingtonian, I was more university.A Champion in the 440 interme-
personally involved at BTW. But I did get around to personaland graduate of Dixie Holland diate hurdles this past year. .
public parties of the other schools. People are people High School in St. Petersburg "Otten is a tremendous ath- >. . FOOTBALLSEASON
,. the world over, and I don't think or feel that there is much where he was the Florida High lete and a very hard worker," :

anyone can tell a person wh o has ten, twenty, thirty, forty or School Decathlon Champion in said Falcon track coach Joe .'. "
'
fifty years out of high school It's a good and wonderful feelingto 1966, Otten has been used primarily Lee Smith. "He should be a / -/'" '
meet after so many years. Give thanks to the good Lord In the hurdle events fine asset to the A&M team."
that you are still here and shake the hand of someone that you
talked with, laughed with, cried with, played with, sang with :
and above all loved. To the "Niners" every where, God keep r-------------------, vs BEpRsr
you! Q
1 I CHICAG ,?,,
During the time we "Miners"were meeting and celebrating, 1 t, I AUG 9 8 p
Majestic Prince lost his bid for the triple crown in what I 1 $ Jungle II SAT
thought was a poor ride by Wee Willie Hartack. I don't know D Q pHrHs
what was going on out on the track;but Bill didn't look like the pMl
MI vs.
Bill of old. Baeza took advantage of the opportunity and won Beat I iBy A EAG'L'ESpHl
going away. My congrats to Bravlio and Arts and Letters on a 1 A DES
race well ran under the conditions and the pace. DEAN MORGAN I pHl 16 a p.m
II AUG'
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Two legions retired from their respective sports this week. i pT

One came back, I waited on the other. Maury Wills came backto ..
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help the expos break their losing streak, even though he --------- -------- pMr Dvs
thought he was washed up don't know how much longer Maury July, 1966. A tall, lean Beefwood seasons well. Q t5MQRE
will be able to play; but I wish he would do an old friend a Ranger captain appraised the Hard as iron. Often a chain
favor, don't give up in the middle of the season. If you must solid green woodlands. The saw, unable to cut, most slow- \ 3
quit kid do so at the end d the season regardless of how goodor state had sent him to super- ly burn through it.
bad. intend the new park. .
By September, Captain
Florida's forest if not
Cape
,
As for Broadway Joe, it's a thing of principle with he and still had its Carlton had five helpers.After
quite virgin, principles -
Pete Rozelle. Both men are stubborn and proud and I don'tthink that, rangers came --tasted _, MIAMI vs
Pete will be the one to conseed, even though I don't see Capt. Austin Carlton, vet- sweat -- and left, In a con- D R ArDERS
how Joe can control the people that come into his place. stant stream. Of the six origi- LAN
of the Second World and p
eran '
Q '
t: Especially when he is not there every day.However, for Pete Korean wars, facedanewenemy nal Florida Capers, only two OCT a 8 p
,,1 to give in he will be for the first time, dedicated to; and I don't ; beefwood. When it's alive, withstood the current. These s
t think he can afford an assistant at this time, especially after are Captain Austin Carlton lsM'll
and
axe
sappy jspringy, your QLptlr
telling the owners where to go and what to do. And knowing Joe jolts to the shoulders and and amysterious presence pMr Dvs
you '
like I do, all I can say is "the Jets wll never get back." known as the Lone Ranger. pRGERS ;
bounces off the limb as thoughthe 3
Almost three of hacking ; CHSpN
The send a kid to camp fund is coming along but it's still a blade were hard rubber. years DrE GQ
drop in the bucket. As many kids as we can get into camp this In the case of beefwood long- at Incredible difficultieswas t. a p m'
summer, they will never forget that Dade County cared. 2,000to dead, you don't have that pro!) culminated last Friday in o
3,000 kids I don't think is a bad number to go for. HI be lem. Your axehead is solid Cape Florida's May 9 dedica-
doing my bit -- will you? Don't forget to send your contribu- steel, and will violently shiver tion ceremony.
tions to Miami USA PO Box 352, Miami, Fla. 33101. the handle from your fingersIf Several local and state dig- vs.BIr.Ls
The National AAU's should be quite a meet. Thanks to a you're crazy enough to use nitaries were slated attend, F .
few fellows around town who have gone all out to think of every .an axe. Including Governor Kirk. \
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thing; and above all, do everything to see that this will be the J OCt
best meet ever.To those of you that enjoy track and to those of STANLEY DRUGS
you who want to see local as well as national sport figures,
come out to Miami Dade North on the 28 and 29 and see for YOUR NEIGHBORHOOD PRESCRIPTION STORE pMl s
yourself the efforts of community project well done. To 8690 NW 22 Ave 691-3741 or r.ERSQ
Gerald, Bennie and Vince, just to mention a few names, my rQVST
rn.
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congrats on a job well done. I Z3
Sportsmen of the week: "Prof Williams, Roy Worthy and Jl1 : lt ) SUN NOS tv;

Theo McCoy you guys came farthest to have more fun .... ,;'! ri>o ';<." f
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P.T.A. And Faculty Honor Retirina Princioal x1n

Beginning May 21 the PTA ed were Mrs. Loretha 9 Pecke, program included Mrs.'"Flor- Elementary i Mrs Emerald

and faculty of Holmes Ele- a teacher who has served ence Linden, assistant principal Roberson, Primary "B"
mentary School honored their 30 1/2 years and Mr. Ellis who served as mistress of School, Mr. Garth Reeves, .
principal with a myriad of Williams, custodian at the ceremonies Mayors Chuck editor-in-chief of The Miami
events in appreciation for her school for 15 years. Hall and Steve Clark, Dr. Ed- Times, and Rev. Harold Long,
many years of dedication and On Sunday, May 25, a more ward L. Whigham, superintendent Church of the Open Door and
service to the school and com- formal program was held.
The of Dade County the Holmes Elementary Child- ,
j ja
munity. audience was made up of an Schools, Dr. Leonard Britton, ren's Chorus.
The first affair was an all array of persons too swM
numerous associate
superintendent for Among the many tokens of
day celebration that includethe to mention. These included instruction
Mr. Patrick appreciation given the hon-
participation of each five school board members as Mooney, director of elemen- orees were the Key to Dade
teacher and child in the school.An well as many local principals:
tary schools for the North County, presented by the
elaborate program was teachers, parents: visitors Central district. Mrs. Grace Mayor engraved plagues pre- ,
planned and presented In the and friends. Albert, retired principal, sented by Mrs.Doris C.Smith,
cafetorium. Also honor- Persons participating: on theDIVERSIFIED Mrs.
Evelyn Best. Bethune helping teacher at Holmes
,..It!.).& A r _.118 Wf 1 Elementary and Life member- --'---
I Ii Lillian Dee Lamb. Twenty-
ship PTA Pins, presented by years old. Resident of Rich- PROMOTED

Rev. Williams Washington, mond Heights. Employed Congratulations to Donnell
next year's PTA president.ST. .
the Metropolitan Dade County Burke who recently was pro-
Park and Recreation Department moted to Recreation Specialist -
i yircy ; fs'r ALBANS NURSERYSt. through the NYC.Lillian Supervisor at Metro's

works as telephone operator, Tamlaml Regional park.Don-
Alban's Day Nursery invited mail clerk,messenger and receptionist nell will work supervising the
all parents and friendsto administration recreation
in the Central District
help them celebrate their building of the Park and areas of Dade County. Mr.
open house. It was observed Recreation Dept. at Vlzcaya. Burke was promoted from ,"T.,
from May 21 -. 25. The boys Versatile Lil",as her friends Center Director of Bunche
and girls made all kinds of call her, is an excellentdresser Park. He has been employedby
beautiful hand paintings and with good taste in her the Department since De-
other things. choice of office wear. cember 1963.
The open house was climaxed -
by graduation exercises on j
May 25 at 3:30 p.m. There
were 32 boys and girls in the Houses For All Cash
class.

GOOD TO LIVE IN OR RENT OUT I
SUNLIGHT BEAUTY
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SCHOOL MOVING ((1)3034) NW 56th St. $4,000
Another milestone is being
added to the history of Sunlight ((2)) 1293 NW 44th St. ((2 houses) 6,500
Beauty School. The school will

.... :' ........ 1 +, .... move from its present locationat ((3)) 3207 NW 68th St. 4,000
Commissioner Earl Carroll serving as Toastmaster for the evening. 1113 NW 3rd Avenue to 769
NW 54th Street beginning July ((4)) 3244 NW 68th St. 4,000
I ((2)) Guests enjoying the delicious food. ((3)) An appreciative audience. ((4)) 1st.

Checking to see what's next on the program. PMMMMM MMMMMI ((5)) 4112 NW 11th Ct- 3,800


.. -- ..... Store EquipmentBEST ((6)) 4023 NW 20th Ct. ( 2 houses) 7,500


USED STORE EQUIPMENTWE ((7)) 559.5561 NW 58th St. 7,000

SPECIALIZE IN A LOT OF
sf PUBLIC SERVICEAND SOUL BUSINESSES ((8)) 2451 NW 95th Terr. ((2 houses) 8,000

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I NOTARY PUBLIC Market Sales ,.'
Salvage
Super 3639 NW 15th Avenue
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STANLEY SWEETING 2325 Nf.: Miami Avenue Office Building; conditioned
Public Relations Good for church, nursery 0 r

Consultant business

Theatrical Editor Total price $25,000, $5,000 dwn.

The Miami Times
NA 1-7203 REALTY'BROKER WE HAVE MANY CBS HOUSES

16351 NW 18th Place FORD REALTY, INC. BROKER

Bunche Park
Gets FellowshipTo Opa-locka, Florida PHONE: 751-3659 NITES 226-1481

Southern OPEN 7 DAYSWILL


SELL FOR FHA VALUATION
Mr. Donald Koonce a recent
U.
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graduate of Fort Valley FOR SALE Lovely 3 bedroom, 2 bath CBS, large Florida rm, [King Realty Inc. of Miami
State College, Fort Valley, large front porch, wall heat, appliances, dish- ,
Ga., has been accepted to participate 3 bdrm, garage, $250 down washer, garbage disposal wall to wall carpeting. Kino Siu Buys.'REAL !!S 8000 NW 7th
: in the Council on Legal $110 month FHA price $17,000, $700 down, $120.86 month. DADE' COUNTY Ave
2267 NW 93rd Street ISOUR
Education Opportunity sum- * KINGDOM
MOVE RIGHT IN
NO QUALIFYING
mer institute at Southern University '
School of Law, Baton. 2 bdrm, 2 bath, $600 down I 3, bedroom asbestos shingle house at 5538 NW2nd CALL
Rouge, Louisiana. $125 month : venue, toned,business. New roof, awnings'nice 6432891
The institute begins onJune 715 NW 52nd Street I yard, freshly pointed Inside and out.. Price!
9. C.L.E.O. has raised a suf- * I, $8,500$850 down, $110 month pays'all.

ficient sum of money to ensure 2 bdrm, double garage, 9431 LITTLE RIVER BOULEVARD
successful participants a luxury home $700 down ,
3 bedroom CBS on lovely corner lot. Fla. room,
scholarship to one of the sev- $145 month open front porch, carport, tile roof, awnings, air
eral law schools
leading com-
48th
1177 NW Street
cond. large kitchen with appliances. Price
* *
mitted
to admit them. $21,000, $2,500 down, $137.91 month plus es-
Mr. Koonce, a native of 4 bdrm, 2 bath, $500 down, crow.
Donalsonville, Georgia, is the $130 month BEAUTIFUL CORNER DUPLEX
son of Mr. and Mrs. George 15820 NW 27th Place WILL SELL FOR FHA VALUATION 8680 NW 14 AVENUE
Koonce Sr. of 3051 NW 184th L Modern 3 bedroom CBS' tile ,roof, terrazzo floors, 3 bedrooms plus tfficiency. Wellpump and sprink
St. 2 ton reverse cycle air, paneled dining room, lers. FHA terms.
wall to' wall carpeting, large. screened in patio
Miami.CAR1TON FHA price $14,900, $450 down and $107.14 mo. BEAT THE HEAT
REAM SWIMMING POOL 2350 NW 104 STREET

WE HAVE MANY MORE HOMSS 3 bedrooms, 2 baths, close to schools, built in

3014 NW 19 STREET BROKER YOU CAN BUY ANY OF OUR FHA HOMES FOR stove and oven. FHA terms.

693-4772 If No Answer $100 DOWN IF YOU ARE' A VET'OR BEING GORGEOUS HOME 21 NW 68 TERRACE
759-6500 DISPLACED AND IF YOU CAN QUALIFY c-
3 bedrooms,2 baths, central heat, all mica kitchen,
FHA CBS, lovely corner. 2 bdrm, 2 baths liv rm,
double.kitchen, vynl (loon, 14000. $700 down. all utilities. $22,000.

$125 month pays all. 2430 NW 168 STREET

FHA CBS, beauty. 'TIle roof, 3 bdrmi, 2 baths, 3 bedroom, lovely area. .Close. to schools, buses.
liv rm, din rm, kitch, Fla rm, garage, util area. REALTY'BOOKER Well and pum. FHA terms.
$21,000 $1800 down $150 month.
,
2010 NW 81 STREET

USE FOR CHURCH OR DUPLEXES. 3 'lots, 3 bedrooms,2 baths, frame. Only $500 down.
110x140 ft. with a 2 bdrm house 1 both, liv rm, Closed Saturday
din rm area kitch, Fla porch, zoned RU2. CAROL 'CITY SHOPPING CENTER
$14,000. Your own financing. HOMES FOR AS LITTLE AS $100 DOWNWe
ARCADE <& 624-3666 specialize in homes for persons being displaced -
location. Stock
Excellent
and AUTO equipment.REPAIR$5,000.SHOP. Purchase through federal 4932 NW 7th Avenue .PL, 9-4371. in 'Urban Renewal area,. Miami HoutlngProl.cts.
.' Veterans call if
I to see you qualify.
L"n if qualified or your own financing.WE Evenings Sundays You're only phone call .
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30 THE MIAMI TIMES, Friday, June 13, 1969CLASSIFIED

FOR RENT HELP WANTED IN AIR FORCESAN

2 bedroom apartment.Monthly ANTONIO Airman

ADS rent. 446-7574. Beauty operator wanted. Call Charles E, Smith, son of

I 691-9392 or 751-7449 evenings Robert L. Smith, 3115 NW 61

20 WORDS OR LESS $2J)0.) 100 FOR EACH ADDITIONAL I WORD. 1 bedroom efficiency furnished. (Jn. 27)) St., M;am ;, has completedbasic

: Lights and water included. training at Lackland
DEADLINE FOR CLASSIFIED ADS TUESDAY 6 P. M. Good
Male driver I needed.
No children.
.. $25 plus deposit. AFB, Tex.Hehasbeenassigned -
-- 1756 NW 85th Street. worker. Must be strong chau- to Chanute AFB, HI., for

FOR SALE FOR SALE FOR SALE.NEWNEWNEW ffeur's license. $2.50 an hour training in aircraft maintenance -

Clean 2 bedroom house. No 696-2415. Airman Smith is a 1968
2 lots zoned residential,closeto Carol City. Modern 3bed-
3 BEDROOMS 2 BATHS children PL 1 1404. graduate of Miami Jackson
school house, fire, water, 2 bath CBS, Carport
room This lovely new home with Beauty operator experiencedto Senior High School.SANDWICH .
size 73x100- $2200. 778 W. central air conditioning,large downtown.
many fine features such as 1 bedroom apartment unfur manage shop
Palm Drive, Florida City. yard with sprinkler system.
the new day lite kitchen.Hooded nished. Drive by 1783 NW 42 Ownership available. Even-
FHA terms. lOOOdown.$14D:
stove vanities week. children Ings 6913838.
plus many Street. $22
screenedIn
Modern
duplex plus month. TUBIN Realtors,
man fine features. Priced at Call Reliable Rental 757-8596
swimming pool. CBS each 10035 NW 7th Ave. 758-412'J\), SALAD
$19,800 with a 10% down pay- 510 NW 54th Street. Live in or out. To care for
side has two bedrooms .
,garage --- and bouse-
men. One mortgage. Drive by two boys. Cooking AND GRILLMENSouth
terrazzo floors, all new appliances COMMERCIAL PR'PERTY
1763 NW 55th St. Then call us Partly furnished one bedroom work. Lovely home. Ref- and Central
3 air conditioners,car- 2 BUILDINGS
Fenster Realty Broker, 759- apartment for working couple.No erences. Permanent position. Miami Area
pets and drapes, rental apt. Is URGE CORNSRUOxlZOSUITABLE : 754-7881.
Good salary
8779. children 1225 NW 56th St.
completely furnished. Many, FOR BUSINESS Set Mr. Herb

many extras. Convenient CHURCH OR PROFESSIONAL( ; Well kept CBS 1 bedroom and 1 furnished hotel room for one Bicycle repairman.Alsoelectric 7960 Bis. Blvd.
terms arranged. Lew Baron, Presently a going business on used 2
be as 200 S.
Fla. room, can person only. No cooking, at range repairman. I
property that can be converted bedrooms, large corner pro- 1029 NW 95th Street.Call 696- Miami Avenue.
terms arranged. Lew Baron, to suit. Drive by 1501 and 1511 Conveniently located.
perty.
9197 after 4
Assoc., WEBR REALTY, NW 51th Sreet then call for all FHA $10,500. Midwest RealtyNE p.m. Sewing machine operator. ... .
Corp. 688-6616.11575 NW 17th' information about property. (Jun 27))
5-8035. to Clothes sorter. Experienced
respectable woman
Young
Avenue. Fenster Realty !Brokr: 759- Come
share 2 bedroom apartmentwith desirable. 200 S. Miami Ave. *
0',1.
8779. 7732 NW 22nd AVENUETo
633-2904 after 6p.m.
Gorgeous extra large bed- insurance company or any same.
Shirt pressers to work for industrial --'with
2 BATH .
3 BEDROOM
room, 2 bath CBS, good area. this 4 type of small business, we uniforms: L: .'..Antyhperson. ;
Huge Fla. room, stove, re- "No qualifying" years have an exceptional 5 room
14705 NW 25th Ct. us..asastewardess.
in young beautiful homo Including' Room for nice clean intelligent -
frigerator, fenced yard. house. Reasonable priced.For
$18,000 terms available. Call drapes, awnings, wall to wall rent or for sale. Midwest person. $12.50 per week. Opa-locka. .

now Aetna Realty (Broker), carpet, built in oven and range, Realty NE 58035. (Jn27)) 6855356. RNs LPNs and orderlies. All
,
811 NW 54th Street, Phone: plus may extras. Tak o 'cr Think of the Interestingpeople
7575724. present mortgage. $4,000 Pretty CBS 2 bedroom 1 bath. Room. Man only 18th Ave.NW shifts. Contact Mrs. Dames you'll meet . the

down payment.Excellentterms Extra large Florida room,tile 83rd St. 634-6602. Deposit. 685-2467. Opa-locka General fascinating places you'llvisit
drive 1059 NW73rd Hospital (In. 20)) . as a stewardess
82 NW 47th Terrace, CBS 3 by roof, hardwood floor, $1500 aboard the free-world's
bedroom, garage, Fla. room, St., then call Fenster Realty, cash down., Bank financing. Room for rent in Christian Beverage driver wanted. largest air (line) You'll re*
Broker, 7598779.Complete Atlantic and horns. 1824 NW 83rd Street. celve free training at
FHA $14,000, downpayment Terms arranged. $100-$125 right man. Excellent United's beautiful Stewardess *

$450 (Vets $200 down). This set of grocery fix- Pacific Realtors 666-0411. Phone 6966387.Furnished opportunity. Sunset School. You'll earn up
to $500.00 month from the
a
one won't last long. Aetna tures including refrigerator, efficiency for qulefr Bottling Co., 50 West 29th St. the day you start. And you'llbe )I

Realty (Broker), 811 NW 54th meat case, a Dayton schale, CBS business property plus middle age man. Conveniently Hialeah. (In. 27) entitled to free travel
all for
restaurant business
Street, Phone: 757-5724 passes to any 'city United
shelves tables priced for Must
week.
located $17 per
$22,500, $5000 cash down, serves, plus discounts up
quick sale. D. Goodman and This pay two weeks advance. NE CHILDCAREWill to 75% on International
344 NW 49th St. 3 bedroom payment $200 per month.
Sons, 2683 NW Glad St. 5-4805. flights. If you meet the
1 bath plus rental unit in rear restaurant located on the cor- care for child.Nightor following qualifications,
ner of a busy main street. your don't miss this fabulous
location total
Good $10,000
Food market. Owner sick. day. 240 NW 21st St. 374- career opportunityl
price terms to suit Call Operated by owner for 20 MISCELLANEOUSMADAM *
you. Fantastic buy. 621-8269or 3857. age 20 or over
today Aetna Realty (Broker), 6814431. years. Very profitable. At- KAY single, or divorced withno
children/
811 NW C4th Street, Phone: lantic and Pacific Realtors A gifted spiritualist reader In good health

7575724. YOUR LAST CHANCE! 666-0411. and advisor between 5'5" and 5'9"
-- -- --- SEWING MACHINE
with proportional weight
Before Prices Go Up 49th Street. 2 bed- Guaranteed to help. Advice on
2169 NW 1968 SINGER CONSOLE
Interviews
347 NW 43rd St. FHA'Cutie' will be held at
Drive by, then call me for ap living all problems -- love, mar-
house. Large
Ideal for older couple or room Slightly used ilg-tog In the UAL Sales office
pointment. 1785 and 1787 NW room and dining room, Fla. riage, courtship, business stylish wo I. cab. make but. 100 S. Biscayne Blvd.
'f newlyweds. FHA value $10- 47th Street. 2 nice CBS homes. All newly redecorated.Full transactions. Help find loved holes, sews on buts., mono-
500 only $350 down (Vets or room. overcast FirstNational Bank Building
Front house 2 bedrooms 1 ones and lost articles. Guaranteed grams applique
$7500. $700 down. -
price and blind hem stitch with. Suite 1100
221 people $100). No closing,
i bath rear house 1 bedroom 1 help. She succeeds
; Owner 758-5400. out attachments. All con-
do''tmiss Saturday June 7, and 14
costs $85.58
t Monthly
bath and garage. Total price where others have failed. She trols built In. Full price
this one! Aetna Realty $5$.10or assume paymentsof 10:00 a.m. 2:00: p.m.
only $16,500 FHA $600 downor gives you lucky days and lucky
(Broker), 811 NW 31th S'',reet. $250 down for Vets. This SOUTHWEST FAIR numbers. Blessed oil and $5.61 mo. For free home No appointment necessaryUnited
HOUSING GROUP demonstration, call Capitol
Phone 7575724.
property In very good con- Most white.Needs contactwith lucky charms for the home. Credit Mgr. till 9 p.m. No
-- dition, completely fenced. Ph: From 9 to 9 daily. She is a obligation. If toll, call coUlect
2435 NW 57th Street Huge 4 black people interested in ; 9498124.
Ben-Kori Realtor true
A. ,anytime Instrument of God. She '
bedroom 2 bath home plus 759-2425. moving. Call 667-4951 or 274- Capitol Sewing Machines Air Lines
helps and heals by prayer. in ,quIOl'uo"um' employer
0150. of Southern Florida
rental units. FHA or Conventional -
688-9178 11601
NW 7thAve.
$"o:.O.oO $3,000 down, Kitchen table and 4 chairs. '_
(Jn. 27))
seller pays all closing costs. Like new. 25.: Nightstandand

You must see< this property. table lamp. 635-7213 or 758- LEGAL NOTICEIntent DRAPERIEStaken ''I'AUIO INSURANCE

Aetna Realty(Broker), 811 NW 6988.
to register under fictitious down, cleaned, decorator
'Jlth Street Plioae: 757-5724. j
:
name act, folded and rehung Drapery -, FINANCIAL RESPONSIBILITY
20 N W 48th Street
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-- EXPLORERS INVESTMENTCLUB rods installed. LUSTRA/
I 6921 NW 2nd Court Fantastic 3 bedrooms, 2 baths,terrazzo TONE DRAPERY SERVICE. t" iPii$

2 bedroom eich side CBS floors $126
: $16,500. monthly
1043 NW 76th Street 887-8022
duplex, 5 1/2% mortgage, Includes all. Bit Eisnor, Miami, Florida SERVICE FIRST
great terms for a great invest- Realtor. 6878 Coral Way 661- I
Richard Pittman President
ment. Call todiy: get all the 4245. My NY brother has sent$4500 INSURANCE AGENCY
Edward Hobbs, SecretaryMay cash to buy cheap shack!
Any
&cts. Aetna Realty (Broker)
,
23 30 June 6. 1' ,I
,
811 NW 3'th street. Phone: $1,000 DOWN- $85 MONTHNO area! 5348171. (Jly 4)

757-5724. QUALIFYING: OR LOAN
II 'IM LEVENSON, Own r Phon* 6357507AUTO
COST FEMALE LAUNDRY HELP

7000-02 NW thAvenue. Huge 1817 NW 03rd TERRACE Earn extra money. Night work. 59. Also day

CBS 3 bedrooms, 2 bath home Nice 2 bedroom, partly fur- work. INSURANCELow i

with 2 bedroom apartme In nished. Owner will hold mort-

rear. FHA $23,000.Noclosingcosts gage. Hurry,this wlllselltut.A1lapattab Flat work, feeders, folders. Good wages. Premium Rates b .... '

see today. Aetna Realty Realty, 6330426. Excellent company benefits. Paid vacation. Low Monthly Payments )

(Broker), 811 NW 54th St. Ph: or over. APply' between 10 a.m. & 5 p.m. No Immediate SR-22 Filings ; '
.
7575724. HOME AND INCOME phone calls please. National Linen Service ,

35 NW 41st STREET 1950 NW 1st Avenue. Ask for Mr. Findley. Mon. Thru Fri.HOURS .Ij'OFFICE

2 bedrooms, glassed porch. Front house, 2 bedroom CBS l Sat. '9i30-4tOO 9307iOP I.I. '

Usa as bedroom ur Florida rear house, 2 bedroom frame. 1)

room, living room, dining $85 month Income. Allapattah BROWN REALTY & INSURANCE AGENCY
LAUNDRY HELP
room. Large kitchen screened Realty 6330426.BIG MALE
Loaders pullers extractor operators. wood '740 NW 7th Avenue.
front porch,carport.Call 754- ,
8990 owaar. FAMILY SPECIAL! wages. Production bonus' Excellent company 7540655

4 bedroom house In good con- benefits. Paid vacation. Permanent job. Must

Dinette set like new China dition. Near NW 38th St. and be 18 or over. Apply in' mornings. No phone

cabinet included. Will sell 11th Ave. $750 cash and $112 calls please. Ask for Mr. Findley, National UNCLE t

cheap. Phone 754-1452. month, FHA. Albert L.Weiss,
Linen Service 1950 NW 1st Avenue. 1-
.. Realtor 661-8591. '
-- ARTHUR'S *
East of expressway. MoJern

2 bedroom CBS. Large fenced 3280 NW 45th Street

yard. $1500 down includes fur- 3 BEDROOMS, CBS GROCERY 'r

niture and appliances. FHA JUST LIKE NEW 4

terms $107 mor th. TUBIN( $450 DOWN FHA, $100 VA. Give Yourself a Lifetime ProfessionBY & SUNDRYWhere

Realtors, 10035 NW 7th Aye. No closing costs. This is gor- BECOMING A BEAUTICIANTerms

758-4423. geous. Mr. Marvin, res. 235-

2748. Greater Miami Realty, Reasonable your Patronage is appreciated and

50th StreetNear MiamlA HOUSE ve. 444-6133. (indef.) Enroll Now Our Business I serving Patrons
CLEAN FRAME
700 NW 69th STREET
PHONE 691-9872 :
2 bedrooms Florida room : ,
GOLDMINE FOR SALE I SUNLIGHT BEAUTY, SCHOOL

$450 down FHA, $100 VA We have a general store for i 1113 HW 3 AVE. ..I'" 374-9998 COLDEST BEER AND MINE IN TOWN !

Fenced yard, awnings sale. Party wants to retire.
Greater Miami Realty, Real- Sacrificing store with very (Anyone bringing this ad in will receive aSIOdiicount) ALL SIZES & SHADES 5

; I tors. 4446133.Mr. good business. If interestedcall i (Jly4)) LADIES HOSIERYr

:' J' Marvin, res. 235-2748. MU 1-9138.

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THE MIAMI TIMES Friday, June 13, 1969 31

Pharmaceutical Speakers Bureau

THOUGHTSby AvailableAny

GLORIA MILLER organization desiring Mr. Gibson, as a member of
have a speaker for Its meetingor
the Health Committee of Model
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Men and women who are totally The dissenting minority of subjects, please phone Ben vices of the pharmacy speakers -
committed to community our city and in this case, I Saks, secretary, manager of to any organization within
involvement, should be able am not the Southeast Florida Phar-
referring by the word the bounds of this area. Mr.
of necessity to narrow their minority solely to the black maceutical Assn., Phone 642- Welters, Arthur Carter, Mrs.
spheres of involvement to community, but rather to the 1638 or contact Mr. Wilfred G ibs on, President Wheeler,
function within the frameworkof dissenting minority ;Awih Gibson at Eddie's Drugs or Mgr. Ben Saks, have already
a particular interest in order Mr. Warren Welters at
both the black and white com- spoken before several
to effect sound,Implemen- munities should not be allowed Brownsville Drugs. Current schools; with schools out on
tative plans of action. Most to halt progress through their subjects of interest to adult vacation, they desire to address -
persons would agree that thisis indiscriminate and many groups are drug abuse, poi- existing adult groups.
the only sensible method of times, criminal acts of violence son pr even tion and quality Please call.
moving committee meetingsto towards those very few drugs.
action programs. Ideally who are in fact working in our I
this should mean that many
thousands of men and womenin behalf. FOR SALE!!!

Miami are serving on the Can they be stopped? Sure. a8w NEW ANTIOCH Private Owner
recently formed agency But it will take the resourcesand i MORIAH CHURCH 1962 Chryslter Imperial Le
boards and committees dedi- ingenuity of we, the peo- .; II DAY CARE CENTER Baron, 4 door Alaskan hard top se
cated to try to erase -- once ple. We must raise a firm wall i ZI. E dan. Color: white.
and for all the degradation, of protest against this outrag- t t: ," 4770 NW 7th Avenue 48,000 original miles, 4
hopelessness and despair that ous conduct that is being tk.'::1 ;, J '. way power seat, power windowsfac.olrpow.r -
754-2985
too many citizens of Dade inflicted upon us. By protest, steer- ..
County are suffering today. I mean none of the extreme .: ing and brakes, remote
: : We will be
control excellent
open rear mirror, *
However, this is not necessarily measures that are so fash- i/:5\ :
the case. Instead of the ionable today but instead a & ALL SUMMER tires. Telephone :
.. E 693-4261 after 6:00
thousands needed, there are visible and ultimately decisive p.m.
Ask for Mr. Morse.
relatively few who are, daily backing of community plans
Dr. Hurd Jones, dean of the A&M School of
and
shaping our destiny direc- for progress by vigorous par- .
ting our efforts in all areas ofs ticipation in those plans. This Pharmacy at Tallahassee, a dept.of A&M University -
o c i economic distresses. backing by the majority of as he addressed the 79th Annual Convention .
They are serving on two,three clear thinking blacks and of the Florida Pharmaceutical Association held at
and more committees and not whites, can become the back- Safer
the Deauville Hotel, Miami Beach. John white, bv agreatdeal
incidentally performing bone of strength that is neededto .
their bread-and-butter Jobs as prove to ourselves and especially Pres., at left. Dean Jones, who had developed a
their bread-and-butter Jobsas to the dissidents that pharmacy college in Texas before coming to Florida
well. progress can be achieved on repeated his good work at the Capitol Institutionand
These men and women are every level and that eventscan spoke of his fondest achievement being that of
providing us with a season of be shaped I to eradicate social reform. Dr. Jones is called upon to speak at .
hope. They are shouldering many of the injustices as we each annual convention of the Florida Pharmacistsat :; :: -0/<-...
our responsibilities with know them today. I1i
which time i he the being
hardly a discernible grimace.For reports on progress
this, we owe them our This kind of affirmative made at the A&M School of Pharmacy.To I ,

loyalty if not always our total tion might give us reason to '.....
.agreement and a more than believe that the season of hope date the Southeast Florida PharmaceuticalAssn. ...i .
reasonable amount of partici- that is being provided to us has enjoyed two seminars in 1967 & '68 con. \ '.
pation in .their plans for our could be extended to includeour f.
community. lifetimes.the ducted by the A&M Pharmacy Dept. t. J.


I Romney To Address NAACP Conventionf I

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NEW YORK George W. keynote address by Bishop e s s 0 r of government, Har- Census; and Dr.DoxeyA.Wil-
Romney, secretary of the De- Stephen G. Spottswood, chair- vard University; Samuel H. kerson, professor of educa-
partment of Housing and Ur- man of the NAACP Board of Johnson, U. S. Bureau of the tion, Yeshiva University.
ban Development,will address Directors. The following night .
the 60th anniversary conven- the 54th Spingarn Medal will 5 Down (So buy a great deal: the new Citroen)
tion of the National Associa- be presented to Clarence Mit-
tion for the Advancement of chell, the veteran director of Popular Science called Citroen, "one of the safest cars in the
Colored in Association's On world." They had good reasons: Hydropneumatic suspension-
People the Washington
meeting keeps Citroen fevel and perfectly balanced. Front-wheel drive
Jackson, Miss., June 30-July Bureau. -for adhering traction. Front disc brakes-for sure, straight'
5. The Cabinet member and Other convention speakers, Color line stops. In all. there are more than 50 safety features. Cit
former Governor of Michigan announced here this week by Iii roen worked these out-so that you could play it safe.

will address the 2,000 dele- NAACP Executive Director max, Monaco Motors
gates on "meeting the need Roy Wilkins, include the Rev. 18" Portable Color T. V. 180 cubic inches
for shelter" at the July 3 Gladstone Mxollsi Ntla- 1101 N.W. 2ND AVENUE
afternoon session. bat executive director of the SAMUEL PAYNE, SALESMAN
The convention will be open- Chief Albert Luthull Memorial
PHONE -758-0981 RES. 696-3573
ed Monday night.June 30. with Fund: Dr. Martin Kilson.pro-

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