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Fair Housing Law Squeaks By :11 11Black ;'



people In Dade County happen not to be black. into the neighborhood. repair or maintenance of a
have been skeptical about the With the law passed, the Advertisement of housingnot dwelling.
good Intentions of the Metro Equal Employment Opportunity available to any capable Retaliation against a person
Commission, for some time. Board of the Urban League buyer. because he has opposed a
The cause of their skepticism under Attorney Harold Bray- Discrimination in listing practice forbidden by the
became blatantly evident last non, is already preparing 12 property for sale or rent by housing law.
Wednesday when it took al- complaints ofhouslngdis- real estate agents.Discrimination The law does exempt the
most the entire black leader- crimination. This Is only the by lending rental of units in buildings of
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TEMPORA MUTANTUR ET NOS MUTAMUR IN ILLIS ship to coerce a 4-3 decisionfor beginning. Housing discrimi- institutions in giving loans for four or less units In which the (
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passage of a county fair nation is rampant in Dade the purchase,construction, owner Is one of the occupants. '
Vol. 46, No. 44 PRICE: 154 housing law. County, despite the Federallaw

MIAMI, FLORIDA, FRIDAY, JUNE 27, 1969 Our good Mayor Chuck Hall against housing discrimi-
led the opposition, ably supported nation that went Into effect X Way Playground
by Commissioners Jan. 1, 1969.
Hardy Matheson and Ben Sheppard Prohibitions in the new ordinance Construction Underway

Commissioners Neal include: .
Adams, Earl Starnes, Alex Discrimination In the saleor
The City of Miami Thurs- G. Christie. Also instrumental
Gordon and Tom O'Malley rental of dwellings or lots. -
day, June 19 began construc- in getting the groundbreakI
P. supported the measure. The Claiming that housing is not
tion work on a playground un- ing ;
underway Miami
was City
real estate boys were there in available for Inspection, saleor
der 1-95 Expressway betweenNW Manager M.
L.
t4at force to try to prevent passageof rental when it Is in fact Reese.
r 10th Street and 11th Ter- About 1-1/2 acres will be
the ordinance. available.
race and Third and Fourth paved for tennis and basket-
Black people were furiousto Most forms of blockbustingor
Avenues ball courts and
learn that they would have scare tactics designed to grass and trees
The area will encompass will be planted the
on remain-
Metro officials fighting to deny induce white home owners to
about 4-1/2 acres and cost ing
Jb,, r. 'Y GflC them rights that are ordinarily sell their homes cheaply be- area.
a r from $10,000 to $15,000. Officials believed the park
,
? granted other citizens who cause non-whites are moving
i, Wielding symbolic shovelsat one of the first in the country
the groundbreaking were to be built under an express-

$ s Miami City Commissioners way, would be ready for use
1 4ya k National CouncilOf Mrs. Athalie Range and Irwin in about three weeks.




Churches To




Discuss ReparationsNEW 1


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YORK Leaders of to deal with the widespread
major Protestant and Ortho- ferment and tensions set off in

dox Churches have authorized churches by tactics used to s ,r Ira"u4ft
consultation with the National press the demands, the com- .,
Black Economic Development mittee said Christians are obligated -
Conference led by James For- to listen to those
man on its demands for finan- claims.
cial reparations.

The action, by the executive Shortly after the decisionwas ANY A M"1' P 1J 1,,, Iry
committee of the National announced an organization + +1

Council of Churches, consti- of Negro clergymen expressed L'
tuted in effect recognition of bitter ,disappoint-
the organization formed to insist ment" with the executive com- 1
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About the nicest thing, or at least that which payments 'for past injusticesto mal recognition to the organi- --..-...
Negroes. zation and to give it $270,000for
got the most attention the National Baptist Congress Meeting in special session its program. Ground was broken June 19 for construction of

here last week was Wendolyn Roberson of 4 of a City of Miami recreational area underneath the

Pensacola. The 19-year-old beauty from Mt. Zion 1-95 Expressway at NW Third Ave. and 11th Ter-

Baptist Church was chosen Miss Florida by state Teachers, Principals Get race by Miami City Commissioners Mrs. Athalie

delegates. Johnson of Miami photo. Range and Irwin G.. Christie. The area will encompass

New AssignmentsSeveral about five acres and will be ready as a

playground in three weeks, officials said.- Miami-
changes have been Northeast District as instruc-
Metro Dept. of Publicity & Tourism photo.
announced by the Dade County tional coordinator.
School Board for principals, I.
assistant principals, and assistants -
to the principal for 1
r next year. FT IT :;

,, Some of those appointed or
reassigned are:
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I Harold Guinyard, presently { iP',1' 7 CI r? a it 4r4, pyoPOnn
enrolled in the Experienced -

I Teacher Fellowship Pro-
gram at the University of MI-
ami, to Norland High as assistant -

,i to the principal.
Willie McIntosh, a teach- : '

i Homstead Junior High, to +
i South Dade High, as assistant P : t
: to the principal.
: James B.Randolph,a teach- l
i er presently on special assignment -
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with the Division of +IG I NIfiH 4
u Instruction, to Carol City Jr. '
t High as assistant to the prin 4'': ..
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1f I Is cipal.

: Richard Washington, an unassigned ,
i teacher, to Horace
Mann Junior High as assis-
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tant to the principal. 1'A
Irwin Weintraub, presently
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assistant prlnclpalatDrew
Elementary, to Coral Park
Elementary as assistant prin- \.
--- -- -- cipal. multi-million dollar franchise deal was signed this week at the Ever- f

Congressman Dante B. Fascell (D-Fla) greets Carroll Williams, presently glades Hotel for Bob Hayes "Dash 'N Fashions national men's wear ,f

U.S. House of Representatives Page Rufus Ferguson a teacher at Edison Junior chain with Bob Hayes (seated, left) star of the Dallas Cowboys of the NFL, t,
to the same school as I
on the steps of the Capitol in'Washington, D.C. assistant High, to the principal. .as one of. the directors. Pictured with Hayes are M. Lee Mitchell (seated)

Ferguson, son of Rev. Arlington Ferguson of 10340 Ronald board chairman of the parent firms, New Opportunity Franchises, Inc., George
R. Young, presently -
S.W. 168th St., has just graduated from Miami Kil- a teacher at Carol City High, Wales (standing, left) president and a director, and William R. Rolle. Rolle l

lian Senior High School and will attend the Univer- to the same school as assistantto 3430 Williams Avenue, is a part of the Miami bi-racial group which manages '"

sity of Wisconsin in the Fall on a football scholar- the principal.The Hayes.Mitchell said that the pilot stores will open this year in Dallas, Atlan- 1

ship. He was thisear's recipient of the Silver School Board has also to, Chicago, New York, Los Angeles and D. C., and that New Opportunity.,

Knight Award for athletics. Ferguson is serving as appointed lace, presently Mrs.assistant Dorothy principal Wal-- planned to have 50 stores open by the end of 1970. Mitchell also said that l'

a Page under Fascell's sponsorship for the monthof for guidance at Richmond the company will direct its franchise sales program toward Black participation.

June. Heights Junior High, to the .

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Myth: "You can't save the cities. Like the myth that "those people
backlash doesn't beat you, A lot that never do anything to help them
Blacklash will: selves:'
Myth: "Government can solve is said about Like the myth that "the poor
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the urban problem all alone:' are always with us!

Myth: "Big business can solve urban Quite the contrary. We
the urban problem all alone! problis IDS found constructive people in

Choose your cliche and come the cities. Our involvementout

swinging. So many myths have pure myt h. exposed us to responsible
sprung UD around the problems leaders.To people- eager to buildof
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the cities that the myths themselves and improve.
have become part of the problem. ment. So the life insurance In short, we found people.Not .
companies pledged a billion dollars myths.We .
But when you actually get in for the effort.
found reason to invest still
and grapple with the problem, the
myths just fall away. For example, it To keep the record clear, this further.
might seem very gratifying to was no normal, businessasusualinvestment. To pledge a second billion.A .
businessmen if all they had to do was Our business knew that second billion dollars with the
apply some corporate mind and capital for homes, businesses and same aims as the first.
money to make the cities bloom services in the inner cities was not A second billion that will help
again overnight. Or, alternatively, if readily available on reasonableterms utilize what we learned from the
they could simply hang a "For because of risk or location.
Government Only"sign on the But nonetheless the need for such first.To help others learn some things

subject and walk away from all funds was very great. they might do, we've prepared a
responsibility. We in the life After all, our business is booklet: "The cities..your
insurance business found from intimately involved with people, challenge, too:'
experience that neither response is with their health and safety. And So more people can become
valid.We people live in the cities. You mightsay involved.
found this when we got that people are the cities. The People like you.
involved. health of one means the health of Write: Dept. P .. ,:"

Back about 18 months ago, a lot the other. And both together mean ,
of life insurance companies got the health of business. Any business. Institute of Life Insurance :"*.: ,
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together to try to solve some of the The billion-dollar investment is On behalf of the life insurance I ;... :!:
inner citi problems.. We felt there now, almost completely committed. companies in America "::\j 'J .:
was a job we could do there, with our And in the process is debunkingsome 277 Park Avenue I
knowledge of investing in housingand myths. Like those we men New York, N.Y. 10017
in projects that create employ tioned above about governmentand
business. Like the myth that ,I
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THE MIAMI TIMES. Friday, June 27 1969 3
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:: Former Miamian Wiles Book j Wright Heads New Group To Aid I



.::r.: On Negro- History"lithe .i;1.j; Housing- Production

Dade County School Negro history that is destinedto teachers to Implement their Members of the Florida Marvin Davies,leader of the imput in proposed new de
Board wants a top resource become a major resourceof creative use of the book, and Conference of National Association conference held at Orlando's velopments.In .
book on black history we will knowledge at the secondary questions to direct the studentto for the Advancementof Parliament House Inn, said other business, the new
recommend one written by a public school level. search out more informa- Colored People moved Sat- they intend to call on church, Florida Housing Producers
former Miamian that is just tion on subjects and issues. urday to assist black capi- civic i and other nonprofit Association elected Sonny
off the press. "Africa: Its Empires, Na- that provoke his interest. It is talism in the housing market groups to aid the program. Wright, a Miami real estate
Wayne State University tions and People" is a vividly profusely illustrated with and established the indepen- The new organization,spon- broker, as president, and
Press has set a precedent in illustrated and penetrating photographs and with sketchesby dent Florida Housing producers sored by the NAACP but independently Robert Little, president of
publishing the first book on book by Mary Penick Mot- Arthur Roland, Jr. Association to carry outa controlled, plansto Major Construction Corp. of
ley to be published this fall. program of housing for overcome obstacles to low Miami and Tampa, as senior
low and middle income fami income housing developmentssuch vice president.
I "To the young American of as "archaic' buildingand Three area vice presidentsare
i "It is," says the publisher, high school years, born into lies.Some 200 persons heard Dr. zoning codes, wages, interest Lewis Carter, Jackson-
y I, "a kaleidoscopic book, rang- the contradiction of American James A. Bax, assistant to rates, land cost, build- ville district; Jimmy Burt,
i ing over the fields of geography culture, this book will have a Gov. Claude Kirk, describe, ing material cost and avail- Tampa (Central Florida) dis-
archeology, history, special significance." "Operation Break- ability of materials. trict and Nathaniel Strong, MIami -
\ biography, music, and art to through", an idea of Secretary Davies also suggested the district.
create, for an audience of of Housing and Urban Develop planning of whole 1 cities with Edwin Norwood, professorof
young readers, a sense of Mary Penick Mortley is a ment George Romney to make industrial parks, consisting of education and chair-
Africa's rich past, and the second-generation Detroiter, housing available to people at lower and moderate income man of the Association of Urban -
possibilities of its productive born in 1920. She graduatedfrom all income levels. housing facilities with black Affairs of Florida A&M
future as a continent of inde- Northwestern High University, Tallahassee, was
pendent nations. School at sixteen,and attended elected treasurer.
the University of Michigan un- Davies, NAACP State Field
"Beginning with a brief introduction til ill health forced her to finda Director and originator of the
to the geography of milder climate. After six new group, said its purposeis
the African continent,the book years in Florida, she returnedto to bring together black per
Includes comprehensive views her native city, where she sons involved in housing development -
of ancient now lives. During the last four from real estate
empires
Still pushing for that singing capsule ,
she has
years worked on a
biographies of African brokers to construction workers
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career is that "111 ole schoolteacher" per- Negro book
sonalitieskings and queens, project books so they may "participatein
Mary Hylor. Mary
and
warriors scholars by about blacks of the be part of and control hous-
will be featured on the first prophetsa world for the ,
public schoolsIn
of Shades of Black discussion of problems ingLET'S
program response to the demands of
along with Johnny Taylor of spawned by colonialism
high school students whom she
chattel slavery, and a chapteron SETBLACK
"Who's
Making Love" fame, knows.I am a firm believer
A f r Ica' s contributions to
which will be broadcasted
on that constructive demands
by
the
Tuesday night July 1 at 10 world. young people should be met HISTORYSTRAIGHT
p.m. on Channel 2. not in some distant future but

Mary, a Tuskegee graduateis "If this book expresses an Immediately," she says.Dur- -.....-..
presently a third grade Instructor educational philosophy, it is ing the preparation of her
at Liberty City Elementary that any one fact,pursued far book, she has been inconstant 25th Wedding Anniversary The story of Columbus, the
and a songbird at enough, implies all others. It consultation with both teach- American Revolution and the
night at the all new JetAwayClub is a book to whet the appetitefor ers and administrators sensi- Rev. and Mrs. W. E. Simsof Sims and his family are pleased Wild West is more interesting-
where she is fulfilling a knowledge. Included in it tive to the needs of students 7700 NW 11th Ave., Miami, to be connected with such and less "white"-than most
two-month contract. are many suggestions for today. will celebrate their 25tb Silver fine pe op1e. Rev. and Mrs. people know. Read why black
Wedding Anniversary, the Sims are the proud parentsof hist9ry was long suppressed,
and why learning it is as
churches 42nd five children and the just
Anniversary living
vital to whites as it is to blacks.
and the pastor's 6th year as grandparents of one child. We One of 41 articles and featuresin
pastor. All of these events will extend to all of our friends a the July Reader's Digest.
take place Sunday, June 29 at cordial welcome to come and Pick up your copy today.READER'S .
x Awe the New Hope M. B. Church, witness this "triple crown' of
6600 NW 15th Ave.where Rev. events. DIGESTFOR



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Fred Wells, Center, 1201 NW 62nd Street, complains to Mayme Bondu
about tractor-trailer trucks traveling east on 62nd Street's residential area. MAIN OFFICE

Mr. Wells feels that truck routes should be provided as in many other citiesto

re-route trucks from their industrial area on west 62nd Street on 27th Ave.to 4150 NW 7th Avenue 759-8733
54th St. or 79th St. which are wider and zoned for business. Mr. Farley
Neasman of the BPI looks on. 14255 NW 22nd Avenue, Opa-locka MU 8.0617

Liberty Square youngsters show interest in City of Miami jobs offered in 20848 South Dixie Hwy., Cutler RidgeCE 5-3553

bulletin board announcements on the Mobile Information Unit. 605 NW 7th Terrace, Ft. Lauderdale JA 4-3357

The mobile unit travels in all areas of the city five-days a week, from 3801 Grand Avenue, Grove HI 5-1381

2 to 10 p.m., stopping for an hour or more in each spot to take complaints 512 NW 1st Ave., Hallandale WA 7-2434

i about trash, garbage pick-up, police harassment, and any other problem that '339 Hamm might be handled by the City. It is equipped with a mobile telephone and hasa

"direct line" to all City Departments to register complaints. They are also HON. L. L. BROOK? President

interested in suggestions from citizens on how they feel the City can be madea GEORGE P. HARTH, General Manager 9

better place in which to live. CHARLES A. LOCKHART, Public Relations Director

The unit is manned by Lt. Leroy Smith, Mayme Bondu and Anthony Jones, r

who are connected with the Community Affairs Division of the City Manager's life others live better "
. If I am to enjoy a better must too. L. L. Brooks
Office for this project.



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6530 NW 15th Ave., Miami, Fla. 33147 Phone 691.0421 Whitney M. Younj Jr. Rustin lr;:I I'

H. E. SIGISMUND REEVES, Editor and'Publisher ErfcutiveDlredo..Natlpnal UrbanLeague_ Speaks

GARTH C. REEVES Managing Editor -

Notional Amalgamated Advertising Publishers Representative, Inc. "Studying" The Black

310 Madison Avenue, New York, N. Y. 10017 Fear
Member of the National Newspaper Publishers Association Demagogues,
2400 Michigan Avenue, Chicago, III. 60616
GhettoAmong

SUBSCRIPTION RATES and ReactionWe

ONE YEAR $5.00 SIX MONTHS.- $3.00 FOREIGN $6.00 the many trials and tribulations black Americanshave

Entered as Second Class Matter, August 8, 1927 at the Post to bear are the armies of researchers who periodicallyinvade
Office at Miami, Florida, under the act of March 8, 1876 the ghetto to "study' how black people live. have reached a point In the political development of
.
to define problem America that can legitimately be called an emergency. Our
help
useful. They
such studies are
"CREDO OF PRESS"The Many
THE NEGRO
is in trouble severe trouble and those
of statistics and personal stories country very who are
NEGRO PRESS believes that America con best lead I areas and gather the kinds threatened by this unhappy situation
most profoundly are black
the world from racial and notional antagonism when It accords I that become ammunition for urging basic changes.

to every man regardless of his race, creed or color his human Black and white researchers should involve the community Americans.
and legal rights. Hating no man, fearing no man..the Negro I
aid of community organizationsand
and seek the
to their work
Press strives to help every man In the firm belief that all men Within recent weeks we have seen a conservative appointed
are hurt as long as anyone Is held back. local leaders in framing their research programs, as
as Chief Justice of the Supreme Court. We have seen two in-
well as in helping to carry them out.
tegrationist candidates for the school board of Denver, Cola

But there are other research programs that are concerned rado go down to a resounding defeat. We have seen an obsure

Closed Minds Vs Open Housing"You only with emphasizing the pathology of the ghetto or the sup- police chief from Minneapolis run away with the mayoralty
posed "Inferiority" of black people. election on a platform of nothing more than"Law and Order."

can be sure that if someone on this Metro Commis- And the strangest part of all Is that some of these studiesare In Los Angeles we have witnessed the defeat a talented and
sion won't offer this ordinance for open-housing that I myself financed with federal funds. Somehow money Is availableto Idealistic Negro candidate for mayor and the victory of an incompetent -

will do It. I will tell you that right now." These brave words researchers who want to study what's wrong with ghetto and unprincipled demagogue. And now In New York

were spoken by Mayor Chuck Hall during a housing conferenceon life, while too little money Is available for programs to make City we have seen both the Republican and the Democratic

December 12,1968. The people he was speaking to had gathered life to the ghetto better. Parties nominate right-wing candidates for mayor. As these
to hear Walter Lewis,a HUD official interpret the Fed- developments have come in the wake of a Republican presi-
eral H ous ing Act which was about to become the law of the One recent study came to the conclusion that Negroes have dential victory and the racist Wallace movement the size of
Inferior intelligence. We haven't heard that one for sometime, which was unprecedented can understand the gravity of

land.On June 18, as the County Commission voted to pass the outside of Klan meetings.But here is that old myth, back again the present situation, and we must recognize the necessity to

local fair-housing ordinance, Mayor Hall cast his vote againstthe and alive and kicking. change the course of our common political destiny.

ordinance. This time It comes wrapped In a scholarly package, full of
What transpired between December 12 and June 18?For one There are many reasons for this reaction that Is victimiz-
statistics and IQ test comparisons and all the other apparatusof
thing, Mayor Hall,has revealed his ambitions toward the direction ing all people concerned with social justice, but the funda-
a serious Dozens ofprominenteducationalpsychologists -
of the governor's mansion. study. mental reason lies in the dynamic of fear.There exists todaya
and other experts Immediately challenged It showing
That takes care of Mayor Hall. Now what about Ben Shep- dangerous relationship between the extreme left and the extreme
what was with the research design but it was too late.
wrong ,
pard and Hardy Matheson? right, and between black rage and white fear. The con-
Newspapers all over the country had already reported the
Mr. Matheson says he concerned about Increasing the couldonce frontationist tactics of the one evinces a reactionary response
findings, and bigots had an old,disproved myth that they
burden of the taxpayers. He was reminded that ((1) black people again bring to life. from the other. When the pseudo-revolutionaries of the New

pay taxes, too, (2)) the agency to hear the cases is the already Left manhandle professors, occupy buildings, and destroy

established Board of Equal Opportunity In employmentand Another study, made with federal funds, found that the Head property, the Right wins new adherents. When sincere but
((3) and EOPI Legal Services offered legal services. But Start program wasn't worth the money spent on it because misdirected young black people engage in violence In the name

still, Mr. Matheson voted against the ordinance.Mr. disadvantaged children didn't benefit too much from it. About of justice, they are strengthening those very forces which in

Sheppard just didn't appear to be too concerned about all the study really proved was that this faulty research wasn't the past have Inflicted violence and injustice upon the Negro

fair-housing. listened to the arguments In favor of the or- worth the money spent on It. community. Such acts of protest may be cathartic, they may

dinance. Wasn't present to hear the opposition and returned appear to be bold and militant,but let us be very clear -. their
just in time to cast his vote against the ordinance. The study was shot full of holes.far too many to list here primary effect Is politically reactionary.These .

Black people in Dade County are learning the tremendous .. and one consultant, a distinguished statistician, refused
power that lies in the political arena. payment for his work and demanded his name be removed from acts have set loose a wave of panic In this country.

We will remember these things when we go to the polls. the final report. The report was so sloppy he didn't want his And there are opportunistic right-wing (demagogues: who understand -

reputation damaged by being connected with it. the nature of that panic and are building their political -

futures it. These in meet-
don't believe
upon
demagogues
But the valuable Head Start which
program, has helped hundreds -
Summer Festival Idea GoodFrom of thousands of youngsters, was damaged. Many people Ing the urgent needs of the black community for Income and
education. Indeed, social justice would threaten the very base
who weren't too keen on supporting Head Start now use the
June 12 to September 1, several agencies Including report as an excuse to cop out. of fear upon which they stand, for It would remove the cause

Youth Opportunity Program, Dade County, City of Miami,Ur- of social unrest. Their program Is the billy club and their

ban Coalition, EOPI, Model Cities and the Board of Public There have been other studies too. The black family con- staunchest ally the police arm of the state. They believe in

Instruction are sponsoring a summer festival for the young tinues to be a major concern of white researchers who over- repression.The .

people of Dade County. look the overwhelming majority of stable families to focus pub- lessons of the past month should be clear. An assault
lic attention on the minority of broken homes.
The plans are to activate our existing youth centers and upon our democratic Institutions will not reform those insti-

some new ones to bringing to the forefront the talented young Rarely In these studies do we find any suggestion that racism tutions but destroy them. Violence will lead to more violence,

people in the fields of art, arts and crafts, music, drama, and discrimination, as revealed by bad housing, unem- not to social justice. And the fundamental tragedy Is that the

creative writing, and minority history. ployment, and inferior ghetto schools,have anything todo with absence of justice will provoke more people to: engage in violent
"pathology." acts. We must find a way out of this vicious cycle.
Bayfront Park Auditorium and bandshell has been securedfor

the weekend of August 30, for gala shows in all phases of Yet that is the real problem. Studies that blame the victims The needs of the black community for adequate jobs, hous-

the program. Bahama Islands, Puerto Rico, Virgin Islands, while Ignoring the crimes against them are not only useless, ing, and education can be met only by developing a political

Bermuda, Jamaica, Trinidad, Cubans in exile, Africa, India, they become part of the problem themselves.Black researchers strategy that will attract a majority Americans to a program

Barbados, Haiti, and others. must be part of any future studies In the ghetto to help for social change. There are whites whoare unemployedand

This is a meaningful program. We have never been too focus those studies on the causes of ghetto problems, and to white workers whose real income Is steadily decreasingas

impressed with those programs designed merely to keep the keep them from becoming yet another club with which to beat the cost living rises.Both these groups share with blacks

kids off the streets. The information and experiences gathered black people. the desire for increased and upgraded employment oppor-
at this summer festival will tunities. Let us build a movement with them.There are whites
prove a valuable asset to our
"Racism is the number
young people. one public health problem facing living In substandard housing and paying exorbitant rents.
America today," is the conclusion of the Joint Commissionon
Their children attend schools that are over-crowded and un-
Mental Health of Children If sociologists and
researcherscan
der-staffed. They share with blacks the desire for massively
CEPModeCify Training only manage to tear themselves away from their fascina- funded programs in housing and education. Let us build a
tion with what's with ghetto life and
wrong start studying the affluent
movement with them too. And there are those more
And "number one public health problem", and If the federal gov- whites of liberal persuasion who sincerely desire social justice -
Employment Program ernment can support such studies with the same willingness
They too should be our allies.
that it now supports insulting and damaging reports on black

EOPrs Concentrated Employment Programhasbeendesig- people, we might Just begin to solve the sickness of racism. These are positive points around which a political majoritycan

nated the official employment and training arm of Metro-Dade be built Such a strategy is the only means by which black

County's Model City Administration. They are, therefore,the people will achieve social and economic equality within the
proposed recipient of a portion of the supplemental allo- context of strategyde-
be a satisfying niche for every human being, young or old contemporary American society. This
cated to Model City for total program expansion. The amount physically fit, physically handicapped, disturbed alert, mands the repudiation of racial separatism which can only

proposed from these supplemental funds for CEP Is$2,889,595. depressed, anxious or ambitious, and CEP homes to, take a, isolate Negroes. It also demands the rejection of extremismand

The present CEP is operating on a budget of$2,189,516, which giant step In this direction, all concerned being willing violence which Increase fear and heighten animosities

means that present and proposed budgets would total$5,079,110CEP The basic approach to the relationship between Model City between groups that might otherwise be united.
assisted Model Cities in preparing an expanded em-
and CEP Is based on the use of Model City's
supplemental
ployment program which was Included in the Model CiUes bud funds for the purposes of expanding and adding to the Black people are enraged because there are social injustices -
get and reviewed in Atlanta on Monday, June 16. It has had a CEP Program. CEP has approximately six existing which provoke rage. But if that rage is not expressed
more
months
further review here in Miami by the Regional representatives the end of Its present program year. The expanded to politically, If it is not devoted towards achieving constructive
of Model Cities Programs for review In Washington.The pres- will require upward adjustments In program goals, then It will be self-defeating and ultimately self-de
space personnel duties
ent review has been an extremely favorable one as of this and compensation. structive. Let us be enraged about injustice, but let us not be

date and it Is therefore, anticipated that the entire presentation destroyed by It. Letusactnowwithforcefulness but restraint,

will be approved for the amounts requested and In the with militancy but wisdom, in the hope of liberating ourselves

original format. Further from rage and Injustice, and our white brothers from the fear
Model Cities has expressed great confidence in the abilityof Delay On Pools which now enslaves them.

CEP to administer such a program.CEP has included plans
Completion date for two of the four swimming
pools for
for services to who have been the
people
and projections com- black has been
community extended another month .. until
pletely neglected in other man-power programs, or who have
October 5. Delays on these pools are becoming old hat to black son for the delay the 71st St. and
had to embark on frustrating searches for such special programs on pools at NW 25th Ave. and
citizens, because these same pools have been In various talk- 17th Ave. and
87th St.
in Isolated parts of the county. CEP would offer this
Ing stages for almost four
variety of people-oriented employment service In a single years now. Target date for the Brownsville pool at 24th Ave. and 48th

program, under one roof with a dedicated administration anda County Manager Porter Homer to St. and a South Dade pool at SW 280th St. and 164th Ave. remain
reported the
Metro Commission at will
single-minded objective. Somewhere, someplace there must this week that poor sub-soil conditions was the rea-- happen. Sept. 5. But who knows? Maybe something else


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THE MIAMI TIMES, Friday, June 27, 1969 Sx

Black ProfilesOf



Courage


Dr. Wayman R. F. Grant, Mobile Alabama educator, uses
his training and experience for the good of his black brothersas .

shown in many of his accomplishments. He Was one of two 1 :_ 9
blacks to help organize the Professional Rights and Responsibilities i

Commission of the I O'MALLEY \ MADAMSSHEPARD \j Nq GORDON MATNE TARNESYBS
NEA and in 1963 be was the

only black educator out of 25 YkS NO NO YES NO YES

invited to study with several .
"
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national organizations inAfrica. -

He affiliated the Mobile := METRO
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County Teachers Associationwith
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the NEA; and during his : ;COMMISSION. .y r -
term as President of the'ATA .' ;' r ; :

(1961-62) initiated the Life ,
membership, and became its
first life member.In FAIR
1954 he became "''' '
principalof :
': :'\:
the Booker T. Washington
Junior High School in Mobile '..), : ;.. cf-'r 1btJn.' .

I where it has taken courage ' ,,
along with his intelligence and .. p "" ,;
! the ability to influence parents, -' .|; '; >,' ( :

I teachers, and children to keep 1500 students working diligently "' ; "; : .

, throughout the years. The students call him"Papa Grant" and ,,. """ \ ., ., ,. iiMust /
I their love and respect for him are evidenced by their wonderful w
behavior and their excellent work. He instills in them the
We Always Beg For What Is Rightfully Ours ?
desire to go forward, always working toward a planned goalso
as to make the world proud of the contributions of black

men and women. Negro history is a part of the school's cur-
riculum and pictures of black men and women of achievementare Senastacke I
Head Black Publishers
prominently displayed throughout the school,as remindersto to
those who enjoy real learning situations. -- - -- - -
The members or the Na- TowneHouse.In ier won the Russwurm Trophy 1st place Chester Higgins,

Dr. Grant's contributions in the field of education and Negro tional Newspaper publishers addition to workshop ses- as the best entrant in the Jet: 2nd place Carole
culture have brought him renowned recognition and honors Association voted John Seng- sions on circulation, promo- NNPA's Merit Awards Con- Malone, Milwaukee courier; ;
from both national and international organizations, with list- stacke to serve a third termas tion and new printing methodsthe est. 3rd place Taki Schalk Johnson -
president of the association and observers Individual contest winners New Courier.
Pittsburgh
ings in "Who's Who in American Education," "Who's Who in delegates ,
the South and Midwest," "DID," The Royal Blue Book," and during Its 29th annual convention heard an array of nationally- who were given trophies were: Class vn- Best News Pic-
other publications. held Wednesday through known personalities including: Class I General Excellence: tures: 1st place Ernest With-
Friday in phoenix last week. Herb Klein, President Nixon's 1st place Los Angeles Sen- St. Louis Sentinel; 2nd place

His memberships, too many to list,Include life membershipin Garth C. Reeves of The Communications Chief; State tinel; 2nd place- Miami Times John Henry White,Charlotte
Miami Times was elected vice Rep. Julian Bond of Georgia; and New Pittsburgh Couriera
the NEA the American Teacher's Association; regular Post; 3rd place I. Henry
membership in the American Association of School Adminis- president, Vernon Mitchell of and television personalities ( tie); 3rd place Milwaukee Phillips, AfroAmerican.Class .
trators, the Speakers Bureau for United Fund in Mobile, the the Columbus News was nam- Hugh Downs of the Today show Courier and St. Louis Sentinel
National Congress of Colored Parents and Teachers,National ed secretary and Howard Murphy and Art Linkletter. (a tie). vm- Best Editorial
of the Afro-American Receiving awards at the Class n Best Editorial Cartoon: 1st place William
:
Society for the Study of Education, and the IPA (International
Platform Association). elected treasurer. NNPA's annual Awards Ban- 1st place Moses J. Newson, Jackson, St. Louis Argus; 2nd
Sengstacke, publisher of the quet Friday night were: Afro-American; 2nd place place Chester Commodore,
Chicago Daily Defender and Russwurm winners Carl Morris Chicago Daily Defender; 3rd
Hugh E. New Pitts-
Many of his articles on education have appeared in the NEA
place Eleanor anna Sun-
Journal. He collaborated with other educators in the writingof the Sengstacke Publicationsthat Downs, Attorney Arthur burgh Courier; 3rd place ,
include the Courier chain, Shores of Birmingham, Ala- Raymond H. Boone, Richmond Reporter.
a Junior High School Guidance Handbook which has been re-
succeeds John ni bama Edwards and Dr Class IX- Typography
Murphy Harry AfroAmerican.Class .
; ,
quested by 4,000 educators in the USA and in Foreign Countries .
president of the AfroAmerican James Whittico, President of m Best Original and Make-Up: 1st place -New
Newspapers the National Medical Association Column: 1st placeJune Pittsburgh Courier; 2nd place

Among the many courageous things Dr.Wayman R.F. Grant About 250 persons attendedthe of St. Louis. Brown Garner, Michigan Michigan Chronicle; 3rd
has done, is bringing to his student body speakers and artists convention at Del Webb's The New Pittsburgh Courof Chronicle; 2nd place Law- place St. Louis Sentinel.

from all over the world, regardless of the necessary fee or rence H. Geller, The Philadelphia Class X Promotion: 1st
honorarium. . and often in face of all odds. This he feels is Tribune; 3rd place place Kenneth E. Wilson,
the best way to encourage youth to keep on keeping on, Just as PHIL OSSOFERI Poppy Cannon White,Amsterdam Afro-American; 2nd place -
Raymond H. Boone Richmond
his own children (Waynetta. Jacauelin and Wayman. Jr.) con- News. ,
tinue to do. He is'ably supported in all his activities by his always enjoy reading about them is progressive and Class IV Public Service: Afro-American; 3rd place -
Jerrel W. Jones Milwaukee
wife, Vera a teacher . We might add too, that Dr. Granttakes scientists who openly declarea continuous." 1st place Richmond Afro- ,
a stand inall civil rights issues for the good of his black belief in a Supreme Being. Dr. von Braun also stated, American; 2nd place The Courier Louisville,Defender Frank Stanley and William -,
,
Philadelphia Tribune 3rd
"Brothers. Scientists inspire as much "Finite man cannot comprehend ;
Lee The Sacramento
H.
place The Tri-State Defen ,
confidence today as priestsdid an omnipresent, omniscient
Observer, (a tie)
in the past, and people omnipotent and infinite der.Class
South Miami Asks VBest News Story: Class XI Youth Column:
Mayor who scorn the Scriptures and God. Any effort to visualizeGod
1st place Charles H. Loeb, 1st place Kenneth Bedford,
the Prophets often accept to reduce Him to our own
"Where Is HUD? scientist's statements as comprehension to describe Call & Post; 2nd placeRalph Milwaukee Courier, Kathy
E. K 0 g e r, New Pittsburgh Wayne, St. Louis Sentinel (a
being valid and logical. Today, Him in our own language,beg-
Fine sounding words; the promise of better housing; surefire many who are unable to enter gers of His greatness." Courier; 3rd place ErnestM. tie); 2nd place Garth Reeves,
is what have heard from this has Pharr The Atlanta Inquirer Miami Times 3rd place
action! That we agency the spiritual realm throughthe Here again this noted scien- Jr., ;
buried Itself in its own red tape.I door of theology may enter tist agrees with the religions. and Marie Ross, Kan- Sellne Zapp, Milwaukee
am completely disillusioned. Monger believe that our through the door of science. The Hebrews regarded the sas City Call. (a tie). Courier and Linda Lewis,
is that I have to believe Class VI Best Feature Sacramento Observer. (a tie)
federal government one cares. come In particular I am referringto name of God too sacred to be :
that HUD and the other bureaucratic agencies of our govern- said "
an interview by Mr. Adon pronounced. Jesus . .
ment are in existence for the sole purpose of perpetuating the Taft, Herald Religion News ye have neither heard His

Jobs of the federal employees that are on their payrolls.In editor, with Dr. Werhner von voice at any time,nor seen His :
March of this year our City confirmed the Neighborhood Braun, noted nuclear scien- shape." (John 5:37.)Throughout Faith In Court Vindicated

Rehabilitation Program. I specifically requested that HUD tist. In the Interview Dr. von the qur'an (Koran) Mu- :1

Issue to the City Council a weekly, bi-monthly, or monthly Braun stated, "I find it best hammad speaks of the one God: Powell Wilkins :
report advising us as to what work has transpired and what through faith to accept God as the All-Knowing, the All- By Ruling
work was anticipated. As might well be expected,no such reports an Intellegent Will, perfect in Wise. Baba'u'llahclearlypor-
have' been furnished to our City Council goodness, revealing Himself trays the Inability of man to NEW YORK- Roy Wilkins, The decision was written by
At the same time, I requested that HUD proceed with some 1 In the world of experiencemore comprehend his God. He said, executive director of the Na- Chief Justice Earl Warren as
of land tional Association for the Ad- his last major blow for civil
immediate housing by undertaking a 90-day acquisition fully down through the "To every discerning and
in an area that is now practically vacant. I was advised that ages as man's capacity for un- Illuminated heart it is evident vancement of Colored People, liberties before his retire-
this plan was under consideration, but that HUD was waitingfor derstanding grows." that God, the unknowable Es- hailed the United States Supreme ment at the end of this month.

appraisals which would be in momentarily. This Information The Old Testament speaksof sence, the Divine Being, is Court's ruling invalidating The decision overruled a prior
was given to me approximately two months ago, but since future teaching (Deut.18:18and immensely exalted beyond Adam Clayton Powell's decision by Judge Warren
that time we have no further word from HUD and no action has Micah 5:2.) Jesus said,"I every human attribute, suchas exclusion from the House of Burger who, as a member of
obviously been taken. Representatives as a "wel- the Court of Appeals, ruled
have things to to corporeal existence ascent
many say you, ,
The Lee Park area needs decent housing.It needs it now. Let but ye cannot bear them now. and descent, egress and re- come vindication of the faith against the Powell petition.
us stop wasting *e taxpayers' dollars in federal payrolls. Howbeit when He, the Spiritof gress. Far be it from His glory of those who regard the Courtas Judge Burger has since been
Instead of words, we demand action. In my opinion HUD, as it truth, is come,he will guide that human tongue should adequately a bulwark of civil rights nominated and confirmed as
now is operated in South Miami, is a total failure. It's policy you into all truth." (John 16: recount His praise,or and liberties.. successor to Chief Jus-
obviously consists only of talk and promises. It has producedno 12-13.) Muhammad praised that human heart comprehendHis Commenting on the Court's tice Warren.

results. With one-fourth of the money our government will Moses and Jesus, and spoke fathomless mystery. He historic 7 to 1 decision hand
waste, the whole Lee Park area coUla be redesigned and rebuilt of other great Teachers who is, and hath ever been, veiledin ed down on June 16, Mr Wilkins ;
to the comfort and satisfaction of its residents. Insteadof were to come, and Baha'u'- the ancient eternity of His noted that RepresentativePowell ,
talk and Inaction, I challenge the federal government to give llah, Founder of the Baha'i Essence, and will remain in duly elected by his
South Miami a $2-million grant without strings for the pur- Faith, said, "Religion is the His Reality everlastingly hidden Harlem constituents, "clearly -
pose of better housing. With the participation of private enter- outer expression of the divine from the sight of men." meets the qualifications set
prise and the revolving use of this money, I am sure that de- reality. Therefore It must be It appears from this inter- forth in Article J, Section 2,
cent bousing could soon be a reality in our community. living, moving and progres- esting interview with Dr. von of the Constitution of the Unit-
Needless to say, this challenge will not be met. I, therefore, sive. If it be without motion Braun that science is becom- ed States," being over 25 EEOC FIGHTSDISCRIMINATION
urgently request the powers that be to produce housing for our and nonprogresslve it is with- ing cognizant of its oneness years of age, an American

blighted area forthwith. out the divine life: it is dead. with religion. This Is one way citizen for more than seven IN JOBSNEW
in which God has revealed years and a resident of the
The divine Institutes are con- 346
YORK FIELD OffiCE
jack Block, Mayor tinuously active and evolutionary Himself more fully in this 'state from which he was elect- BROADWAY,NEW YORK CITY 10013
City of South Miami ; therefore the revelation age. ed to Congress.



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[r-------------,Tops In Jazz Here Friday, ,II |


IkhMiami t! !I t. Saturday. And Sunday i I ,ey r 1K

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The"Miami Jazz Festival," Sunday's performance features
the largest package of name Hugh Masekela,the Duke rri
artists ever to tour the nation, Ellington Orchestra, the
Florida Association of Negro Women's Clubs met in Ocala. Unlimited Gary
comes to the Miami Jai-Alal Young-Holt
Their "Woman of the Year" was presented to our city com-
this Friday, Saturday, and Burton, and the Mothers of In .
missioner Mrs. M. Atbalie Range.
Sunday at 8 p.m. each even- vention.
WEDDING BELLS RING: ing. Good seats to the festivalare
Shirley Manuel and James E.Williams were married Satur- still available in all price
day in Gordan Grove M. B. Church. Friday night's artists are categories at the following box
Rosa Lee Bingham and Lessie Thomas Philpot were mar- Miles Davis, Nina Simone, offices: The Miami Jai-Alal,
ried Saturday, June 21 in Antioch Baptist Church. Dave Brubeck and Gerry Mul- Jordan Marsh, Jefferson I t o ,
Christ Episcopal Church hosted a reception newlyweds, ligan, Booker T. & the MG's, Stores, Music Makers, Houseof tl'i P S
Theodore R. Gibson Madeline)on Sunday at the Parish Hall. and the Newport All-Stars, Rhythm, H. & S. Music, b
Recent vacationers In our city were Mr, and Mrs. Johnny featuring Red Norvo,Tal Far- Brown's Music, Burger Loo,
(Lillian) Murray of Cleveland,Ohio They were the houseguestsof low, George Weln,Ruby Braff, and Sound of Music.As .
Miss Pearl Smith Larry Ridley, and Don a convenience to out of
Little Michael Johnson, son of W. (Bill) and Pauline John- Lamond. town patrons, the festival will { .
son, Stanley and Cobin Johnson, son of Dr. and Mrs. Stanley Saturday's show features accept Western Union Money a.. ,'
Johnson will travel to Hartford, Connecticut for a few days Htrbie Hancock, George Ben- Orders for tickets. Tickets
before checking in at Camp Med-O-Lark, Washington, Maine. son, Roland Kirk,Ira Sullivan, ordered in this manner will
Iral(Davis) Porter and sons David nand Donn, Kansas City Lou Donaldson, and Jethro be held for patrons at the Jai- --.--..
are visiting Dr. and Mrs. Ira P. Davis. Tull. Alai Box office.
Mrs. Bertha Bullard jetted to Manhattan to visit her daugh- All set for a swim, three Miamii-Dade Junior
ters and sons-in-law(Myrtle and Arnold Albury Eunice and College South coeds helped out at the groundbreaking
Theodore Gill). Mrs. Bullard will also visit a brother who is Broker Completes SchoolLee Tuesday, June 24, for the Health Center which
HI.
It was a full house for Eunice Liberty as relatives and Black, president of 1 Miami. will include an Olympic swimming pool. The girlsare
friends came to Miami to attend her retirement reception Housing Opportunity Mortgage Mr. Black told the Miami left to right: Michelle Ramirez, Althea Tate
recently. Nina Simmons, Margean Simmons, Jewel Turner Enterprise, Inc., was the only Times "this training will and Marcia Wilson. Michelle and Marcia will be
and Dessle Richardson, Washington, D. C. Alzeta Hargray, Negro out of a class of 95 (greatly enhance the capability graduated before the swimming pool is finished.
Fannie Hargray and Alberta Holland, St. Petersburg; Wilda mortgage company personnelto Wilson and children,West palm Beach;two uncles Rev. Bossie attend course I of the School | services for housingand may get she
Watson and Rev. C.J.Watson,Sebring;a sister Odessa Smith, of Mortgage Banking.The businesses." just began her studies at M-DJC South last week.
Tampa and John and Larla Maddox, Winter Haven. course is the first part The Jaquar is the South Campus mascot.
Here from Alexandria, Va. to visit her parents (Rev. and of a three year study program
Mrs. J. B. (Ruth) Blacknell and grandmother, Mrs. Mena offered by the Mortgage Bank- .. .
Jackson are Gereline (Bree) Ewing and children Ruth Yvette ers Association of America to U"4.t' >, : Classes Now Open:
and Russell n. Another granddaughter is also visiting Mena its members nation wide. : ',
Johnson, Xernla, Ohio and a friend Jackie Graves, Dayton. The school is held at three "J ..' : < THE LOUISE RILEY
Having a wonderful time vacationing in Alaska is Mrs. Rosa locations, Northwestern Uni- : ,r : FINISHING&MODELINGACADEMY
Moore who is visiting her son and daughter-in-law the JohnA. versity, Stanford University, \.... i : 't d ;
Moores. and recently University ofNUKAIR ... ::
Get well wishes to Mr. Henry Tucker at home Jane Davis \. ....." t, + 35 HE 17th Street, Rm 233
Lewis at home after a stay in North Shore; Mary Lou Nixon, j. , tifj TEL: 379-3581
Cedars; Rita Bryant at Victoria; Velma Hurd and Sanford :-. Self Improvement Classes
Ramsey, Christian; Nettle Kay; Everald Bain at North Miami .l .. ., M for men and women began
General after minor surgery, James A. Lee at V.A. Hospital; .1J.. f June 16th
Dorothy Chaney at Cedars and Seymour at Jack- q' "
LEE BLACK
son.Mrs.. Iva Hunter is all smiles since returning from Wash- -
_-!: - - - - - -
ington, D. C. where she vacationed with her son, Major Victor -

Hunter.Audrey Smith, granddaughter of Mrs. Rebecca Brown of

from Miami Tuskegee has received Institute.a B. S. degree in elementary education M ; .s END OF MONTH

Mrs. W. C. (Marie) Caldwell. Gastonia, N. C. spent the D
weekend in Miami to share In the wedding reception of her wnwmm '
son and daughter-in-law, the Ronald Caldwells (Jacqueline WAREHOUSE SALE
Hanna). t1
Arlisa Keene of the Esquire Travel Agency will tour the
West Indies this summer.
Little Rickey Jackson, son of Mrs. Samuel(Hardy) Wilson ifffifl I
should be at home any day now after a tonsilectomy at Chris- I I I I I

tian.The Florida Health Department of Public Welfarehastemporary ,
custody of 900 children in Dade and Monroe counties.
These children range in age from newborn to adolescents who MARKER DOM MAKING ROOM FOR MORE SHIPMENTS
cannot, at least for a while,be with their own parents or rela-
tives. The cost of a foster child's care is assumed by the
agency, but the caring must come from families in the com- :A: fiiff M
munity. If yours is a loving heart, won't you consider donat- e ... . .
ing it to our foster parent program? Mrs Peggy Siegal, dis- Add .,
trict nine, Department of Public Welfare, Box 634, Biscayne Temple 192 288
Annex, Miami, 33152 or telephone 377-3751.
Comrades Arie Mae demons, Bessie Murray, Cheryl I
Murray and Placile Hall attended theState, meeting of the Disabled -<
American Veterans Auxiliary} in Pensacola last week;
Mrs. Lillian Pleasure will leave for Tulsa, Oklahoma June
27 to visit friends and relatives. ets.SB e8
Friends and relatives were sorry to hear that little Beverly W 9 .I Mathis wa s hit by a car last weekend. Beverly is at Jackson Permanent
Hospital and Is listed in poor condition. .j) Oejnl W/gs Curlr. 0\000, 384 596
Friends, friends and more friends were on hand to give I'6.66 \
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Carlin Bush a going-away party on last Sunday evening. CarlIn () CO"d
Is the daughter of Mrs. Helen Bush who left Miami to make '"''' ; :
Virginia her home also. The going-away blast was held at the CII'I. \\ VALUES TO $16.99 // f fm
home of Mr. and Mrs. Carl(Jackie) Mitchell. 'O'2.0' $30.00 JR. PETITESJUNIORS.MISSEY
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graduation of Emily's granddaughter, Terry Duncombe.Relatives -
and friends made their stay an enjoyable one while in the r
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,\\j, Memphis To Host Black Businessmen
-
WASHINGTON, D.C.Morethan phis meeting will be a special man of the Board, Parker Pen
sevenhundredblackbusinessmen session on "Women in Busi- Company; Abraham Venable,
and guests of the National ness", where the significantly Deputy Administrator, Officeof
Business League have successful Carmen Murphy of Minority Business Enter-
planned to spend August 20-23 Carmen Cosmetics in Detroit, prise; James Robinson, Es-
at the Holiday Rivermont Inn will report her acquisitions of quire, president of Urban
in Memphis, Tennessee for a major old line cosmetic East, Inc., and the National
STANLEY "SWEETS"LINE0TYPE SwEETING the 69th Annual Convention of firm; and Gloria E. A. Toot, Housing producers Associa-
the oldest business member- Esquire, of New York City tion; and John Chandler, Program
ship organization in the coun- will present her acclaimed Associate of the Dan-
Town Sounds Recording Studio forth Foundation.The .
try.This
THE LITTLE RED BOOK: Community\ Police Benevolent year Berkeley G. Bur- story. Program Committee
Association building now owned by Ebony Social and Civic_ rell, president of NBL, called from the Memphis Chapter of
Club for several months, now ? ? ? The the meeting of fifty-eight Another highlight of the NBL, George Stevens, Lawrence
meet will be
three-day Mr.
Willie Nelson's daughter Angela, talented chapters across America
Burr e 11's report on "The Wade and Leonard J. ENGAGEMENT
North Dade junior high violinist, has won a comprising more than 10,000
musical scholarship to Guilford College in members by stating, "The Status of Black Business", Small, Jr., report plans for ANNOUNCED
North Carolina, where the Opa-locka lassie force of NBL is being recog- which is the basis for this local participation have already -
will study for six weeks. Little Angela wasa nized by offers from privateand year's theme: "Black Busi- exceeded Mr. and Mrs. Ben Anderson
expectationsfrom
North Dade orchestra violinist for two y. government agencies as a .ness in the 70's Tommorow wish to announce the engage-
years . Father Richard Barry of Saint viable organized group of en- Is Now." exhibitors and sponsors ment of their daughter, MaryE.
Simon's in Ft Pierce being squired around | trepreneuers ready to play a wishing to express support for McClenton, to Mr. William
town by Fr Kenneth Major of Incarnation t leading role in solving Ameri Leading business and black business as wellas meet McKenley Robinson. The wed-
during a weekend visit. . After four years t ca's problems." government personalities are ding will take place on July
as Harlemiamians Vaughn Cyrille and Harvey Wilson down scheduled to participate including new markets and executive 11, at 7:30p.m. at New Shiloh
visiting the Billy DeLancys and family. A new feature at the Mem- : Daniel Parker,chair- personnel. Baptist Church.

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NOTES. ON A NAPKIN: A grand-slam Family Reunion for
the Collie Clan was scheduled in Nassau for June 25. Fourteen ,.,
members of the Miami horde made the ocean hop for the Island ,' I" ';. '
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blast. including twin brothers James and Frank; James'son \t, .. :: . ;;':: :
James Jr and his family of 5 from Detroit; daughter De- "
lores Sands; Kelsey and his family of from Washington, D.C. ,; ::. , :' '

among them . Jane Lewis out of North Shore hospital. . \< 1:" ;: ::; :;j jI
Minnie Dismucke out of Mt Sinai. . The Shed (Wilma) GIl- / I
berts expecting their 5th in July. I I :,;;


SALT WATER TAFFY: Edith LightburnandgranddaughterAnn
due in from Nassau on last flight July 4 to spend a month
houseguesting with Celestine Brown of Opa-locka. While here
the Nassauvian will attend the wedding of Ralph Luckie's k
daughter Juanita to Larry Williams Ralph is the son of vet-
eran showgirl and popular Miamian Rosalie Luckie . Mrs /iL/ ''I:
Wilda Sands, mother of the NW Fifth Avenue Sands - Dr c
George Kenneth, Genevieve Sands-Lockhart, Irma and David / "
'n in Cedars of Lebanon, Room 511.


THE WEEK'S:; WASH: Six-year veteran Eddie Mitchell of the
Miami Police Department, after several months experimenting -
in Poverty Programs, rejoins the force as 'rookie' n-
trolman . Mrs Thelma Adder ley's Sylvia Irene to wed Ken- r
dal J. Sands in Transfiguration June 28. Reception in Carol
City Hall-Shopping center . The Willie (Cherry) Littles
a .(she's Clarice Reeves, Times society editor)celebrated their 7 n
" 25th June 20 . Larry and XJueenie Hall round out their' 17th i
year of wedded bliss Sunday (June 29).
N

STUFF AMuSUCH: From Our Column of Nov 22, 1968: 'Odds
are being laid 2 to 1 that City Manager Melvin Reese will hirea a'q"
Westerner as police chief to replace recently-deceased Mi-
ami police chieftain Walter E. Headley' . From the Local
'
Dailies of June 13, 1969: 'Bernard L.Gar mire,former police .5 .
'
chief of Tucson, Arizona took the oath of office today as Mi- t>
ami's new Chief of Police' ... Pearl Bailey signed a $1,000000 ,- 1-
contract with the new International Hotel In Las Vegas. a


SCRATCH MY BACK: Maude Moncur left town a couple of
Mondays ago for Indianapolis to see daughter Mae Hamptonand S 55
grandson Arnold, thence to New York City to visit son r .
Kentwell while on a six-weeks vacation junket. . The Bill ,1
Cosbys are Talking Out Loud. . Sam and Alice Harrison's
d
cherub Adria, enrolled In French Division Midwestern j tb -.
Music-Art Camp at University of Kansas in Lawrence for the
summer. Little Adria is an 11th grader at Monsignor Pace

high. ,,
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SWEETS' TREATS: What Is believed to be the first major S'S ; 5 ,. 5 55 .
edit handed down by Miami's new police chief Bernard L.
Gar mire, is the stripping of whistles and chains from the
shirts of uniformed police personnel. Chains are completely ';
tabooed but whistles will be worn on key rings. Carolyn
Townsend with young'uns Sharri and Larry Jr will soon head ,,I I :
for Anchorage, Alaska, where they'll be housed for two years ...'""
In their hubby and dad Larry Sr's igloo. Mrs Townsend is !. I.
expected to teach in the Anchorage school system while there.


CONFIDENTIALLY YOURS: North Dade juniorbigh's'danc.- .-. J'S skinny ribbed

ing Pepperettes are enrolled in Summer dancing class at > J cotton knits for juniors
Miami-Dade junior college. . Edward Tyse gave a Teenage
Party in his Bunche Park School Drive home last Saturday \
night Judo classes are held at MIami-DJC each Thursday .5 s/ $16 to $18
night from 7:00 to 8:30 in the John Francis Kennedy Center ." 4L \
. Add Birthdays in June: Viola Chinn, Nathaniel LaTleur, f '.,r, I'.
Linda Moses, Lessie Brickel, John Pinckney,Carolyn McKay, ",: .: I My, how you'll love being ribbed
Georgianna Johnson, Vernera Dames, Emily Lewis, Charles iii : this season . especially from
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Carter, Claude Keys,Ronald Smith,Janice George. Vincent :-iL;: ; ,: t this collection of Cottager cor-
Duncombe reached his 13th June 25That's it brother, .'- :' ,- ;r." ,. ton knits. Left: short sleeve, low-

from your one-man-newspaper who knows everybody and l- belted pant dress. Brown, navy,
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8: THE MIAMI TIMES, Friday, June 27, 1969
Fourth of July

j :: r Evening of Music Fireworks at

Addle ReportsOn at Marine
Marine
Musical ArtsBy Stadium Tonife; Sfadi'umThe

ADLINE PONTIPHFLETZZX Z annual Fourth of July
I .1 J An evening of popular songs Fireworks Extravaganza and
I """""-' I i by America's favorite com- Aqua Show--a spectacular
posers, followed by the sec- happening that distinctly
Until I am able to give you a cert last Sunday, might have ond act of the opera"Die Fle- Miami in nature--will attract
full report on the past "1969 witnessed just that. There dermaus" highlight an even- thousands to the City of Miami
Spring Concert", and since I again Mrs.Range gave us a full ing of music at the 'City of Marine Stadium on Indepen.
am waiting for the photographs verbal demonstration with why Miami Marine Stadium June dence Day.A .
to be developed, my column she was proud to link her name 27. breathtaking f ire works
this week will be an extension with the society's. And in Medley, from "The Soundof display is the traditional all-
of lask week's with, I hope, a practically the same words, Music," by Rodgers and American way to celebrate the
few Interesting quotes from she repeated her great desireto Hammerstein; together with 1 Fourth--but the water show is
some of our prominent pa- see us function in great brotherhood selections from "My Fair all-Miami.

trons. Mr. La Pierre told Lady," by Lerner and Loewe, Reserved seat tickets for
As you might know, we like me he found himself very Im- and Music in the Air,"by Kern the show are on sale for $2 mall
to be very critical about our pressed with her tone of voice and Hammerstein are includ :
Sears stores in Miami and
,
activities and I am speakingof when she said, . music is ed.This j'r/ : at the Marine Stadium ticket
constructive criticism. an expression of love"and together with an all- / office. General admissionseats
Mrs. Range's reception,which . a God given talent". English version of the peren- i and boat tickets are $1.
was a society acknowledgment Perhaps we can apply this nial favorite operetta "Die The
for her very generous efforts to all our daily functioning.Of Fledermaus" by Joharm aqua showfeaturing
of the best water
L- some skiersin
towards official patronage, course there were the burner -
,
Strauss, Jr., will be presented the nation..starts at
was indeed, for the society, a ous factions, but it was dead by the Family Singers of 8:30:
glorious event. In last week's serious when, from a book the Greater Miami Opera p.m., with the fireworks to follow

column I told you about the she read a prose passage Guild. ....,---- at 9:30.
-
musical program which was which "hit the nail on the w
presented, the beautiful tableon head" when it spoke of our Admission prices are styled Pierre Perpall, billed as Canada's Soul BrotherNo.
which rested a floral cen- for the entire family- $1 DINNER SALE
goals. the
very 1, has lust closed on engagement at Casta-
terpiece of extraordinary artistic Monday morning, after the for adults,and 50$for children
arrangement surrounded concert, I called Mr. James under 12, and can be obtainedat ways on Miami Beach and from all Indications he Soul dinners will be sold
by goodies befitting a queen, Cash who is the viceprincipalof the Miami-Metro Dept of will be back there again soon doing his thing. The all day Saturday, June 26,
mentioned names of some of me Allapattah Junior High Publicity & Tourism,499 Biscayne handsome blues sinner is the son of Cardinal Per- sponsored by pall BearersNo.
the well known figures from School here in Miami, and the Blvd., or at the Marine pall, a former Miamian who moved to Canada several 13. Place your orders by
the local music scene in attendance father of Miss.Yolanda Cash, Stadium box office off Rlcken- While in the city Pierre visited with his calling.754-2842.
and even quoted our youngest member. asked backer Causeway.may years ago. Pall Bearers Hall, 5525 NW
cousins, Joseph and Joann Mackey. 7th Ave.
from the most enlightening him what his impressionswere
speech Mrs.Range made.Well concerning first of all the Edward Williams,president
it is from this speech that I concert and then his daughter's I interpret that Mr. Cash North Miami PlayhouseDirector
meant that have
we a thorough
wish to give my impressions. participation in the Per- - -
series of events as far as the
_._.. ......._-_..._- cultural education of our stu- -producer Ruth tion', sessions will be held at "Any where In the world'
Foreman has her summer cut the North Miami playhouse. you want to go"
dents. We thank Mr.James
Cash. you out for her. On Monday, June Children 6 to 18 are acceptedin TJCKfTS COST
24, she commenced her crea- the summer film workshop -
NO MODEfT
At this writing, I can't tell tive work with children for an .
you how anxious I am to show eight week period, under auspices -
you those magnificent photographs of the Light House for '
taken by our official the Blind. OfEl lRAY BUlllU

photographer, "Klaus" who is Tuesdays, Wednesdays, 141
no less than the official "Your Neighborhood Travel
photographer Thursdays, for an eight week Male Female .
of the Miss Uni- period, her film work-shop She loved or them alll Agenti"As
verse Pageant held here starts its' daily session with near to you a> your
yearly on Miami Beach all work-shop students par- "FELICIA""Marked telephone Give uc a call.

Until then, may I please Invite , ticipating in the making of For Love" WE 6105 DELIVER.NW 7th Avenue 7543517.
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was depending on us to, ties. To quote his every word
throUgh our own particular would over-extend my column
art, help further in "sowingthe I assure you, nevertheless I
seed" of brotherhood and will summarize that he was
goodracial relationship in our most pleased and felt there
community. We have been fora was "true brotherhood inaction -
long time working towards as the result of a well
those particular goals and for rounded program." By "well
those of you who were fortu- rounded program", other than 1 t ,
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THE MIAMI TIMES, Friday, June 27, 1969 9

I Nixon Threatened With Suit Over School. Guidelines I
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WASHINGTON-The Lead- other civil rights leaders be- that would slow down segre- postpone the deadline for school districts inSouthCarolina of dual school system.
ership Conference on Civil fore any redrafting of the gation of the public schools in school desegregation indefi- saying that its proposalswere The Leadership ConferenceIs
Rights, warned the Nixon Ad- guidelines Is done. those southern schools dis- nitely even though the Depart- helping to thwart Implementation a coalition of 126 national
ministration it would bring Mr. Wilkins' message to the tricts out of compliance with ment's guidelines call for de- of the Supreme civil rights, labor, religiousand
suit, if necessary, to stop any President was in to the law for
response segregation by the start of the Court's school decisions. civic groups, working
weakening of the school de- reports that officials of the The Conference letter de- school year 1969-70. On this It also noted that The Supreme the enactment and enforce-
segregation guidelines. Department of Health, Educa- clared: it now appears that the issue, representatives of the Court in decisions last ment of effective civil rights
The National Chairmanof tion and Welfare, the Justice Federal government may be Leadership Conference on year and this, abundantly sup- and welfare legislation. The
the Conference, Roy Wilkins Department and the White party to a flagrant denial of Civil Rights were personally ported the Administration'spower Conference coordinatedthe
urgently requested the House were in the process of constitutional rights. News assured by HEW Secretary to require desegre- national campaigns In support -
president to meet with him and drafting a policy statement and other reports suggest your Finch, on March 16, that the gation by September, 1969;desegregation of all the major Civilrights
administration is countenancing guidelines would not be rewritten of school facul- bills including the Civil
delay. We understand the or evaded. ties; and abandonment of freedom Rights Act of 1964, which re-
Department of Health, Educa- The letter criticized HEW's of choice plans where they quired desegregation of the
?10G C7At >''111R Jie plc?AAQC'Vj tion and Welfare is about to handling of desegregation fail to bring about elimination schools.









-;_ BY DAVE BONDU ,


.'' 79E AtilgR4@k'SAi61' '
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I have never professed to be an angel. In fact, rm far
from it. Last week I didn't have anything to do so I decidedto
take In a movie. I had seen all of the movies in town exceptthe
"adult movies" on Flagler Street, so I decided since I am
an adult I would see my first "adult movie." It was far from
entertaining. It was disgusting. A dirty,filthy movie with peo-
ple engaged in all types of natural and unnatural sex acts. Thisis \
a disgrace in my estimation. The picture was rated X,
which means restricted, but I saw some young people In that
threater who could not have been more than 16 or 17 years old.
I know that a lot of youngsters have false ID cards, and the
management must honor identification, therefore, it must be
the responsibility of the citizens to see that these kind of pic- \
tures are not made available to the public.


I am damn near fifty years old, and don't think I shouldsee
this type of filth. lam certain that our City Manager, City
Commissioners and other governing officials have seen this
kind of show, and I would suggest that they take a close look
to see for themselves. I can see the result being a new law
passed to prohibit this. We have crusaders trying to remove
certain books and magazines from the market.These are cal-
led pornographic. What the hell would you call a movie like \
this? It Is worse than the books. leaves nothing to the Imagi-
nation, for it is all there "in living color" for anyone who hada
proper ID to see. There is a definite need for a laughmoviein
Miami. This laugb-moviei.speciaUzes in comedy which is
good, clean, entertaining fun for the whole family.


I hope that those of you who agree with me will send this
column to our City'Commissioners or City Manager as a form \
of protest. Let them know that we are trying to make Miami a
better place to live Instead of contaminating our communityand
children and citizens with such filth.

PRETTY GIRL OF THE WEEK: Theresa Rigby
PRETTY BOY OF THE WEEK: Paul De Van
VIP OF THE WEEK: T. Willard Fair
MOTHER OF THE WEEK: Marie GuytonI

had a talk with Lt. Heller of the Metro Safety Departmentof
Internal Security and he told me that his department will
Investigate any complaint on any <<< Ulcer using his powers to
mistreat or harass you, don't raise a ruckus about it, reportIt
to Lt. Heller with the officer's name, badge or car number
and he will attend to it for you.All you have to do Is give him
the facts and he will do the rest. Thank goodness that Sheriff
Purdy has a man like this on his staff. The same method can
be used in the city. U you get the name, badge number or car
number and the time and place of the incident . call the
City Manager's office and make your complaint. This is the
right way to do it. We also think our new chief is going to bea
good man. While we are on the subject of police. . I hear
that the Chief of Police InDes Moines,Iowa told all of his police -
officers that they would be suspended for three days
without pay if they used the word "nigger".He said, "so this .,J
is your last time . now everybody say 'nigger' and get it ,'I t
out of your system."

QUICK NOTE DEPARTMENT: Metro Commissioner Neal :,r ,
Adams will be honored at a testimonial dinner at the DuPont Jat >
plaza on Friday night . WJHR Jazz Disc Jockeys tell me
that the Jazz festival Is gonna be out of sight. . The folks
In Operation Mainstream will be shoving off July third via :
Pan American Airlines for a cultural exchange program In I ", ,:
Nassau. Airlines and room reservations were made by Charles .
North Travel Agency, and they will stay at the brand new "t
Grantstown Hotel. That Is It for this week. Till the next one, ;
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COMMUNITY NEWS: I This week we the community of Richmond Heights salute I

The community extend their heartfelt sympathy to the I little Miss Leytrice Burney. Leytrice R. Burney, 12, daugh-
family of the late Archie Johnson, who passed away last Friday top .f Mr and Mrs:. Lerov- Burnev of 14460 Carver D1'Ivuld.eiiyb /!,
Mr. Johnson was well known in the community for his unselfish I ; ;a-swell-headed

services. The community also extend their sympathy kid . but she's not.After all,
(
to Mrs. Gloria Perry who loss her brother, Albert Thomas I its not every little girl who

who was known in the Coconut Grove community as "Jack- I could in two years accomplishas
sonville". many honors as she has. ,
Congratulations! Mr. and Mrs. Louis'Maxwell on their new I In June, Leytrice completedsixth
arrival of a baby girl. grade at Colonial Drive
As you notice, there will be changes in this column. The I Elementary and will continuein
changes will be because of the closing school. When school j mf September at Glades Junior
resume in September, the column will be the same. High. The awards she receivedAt t tw

CHATTER FOR THE TEENS: Colonial are numerous,and .
Gables Senior high school had their annual graduation on among them was an award of

June 16 at Miami Beach Auditorium.There were a total of 960 merit for the schools safety
graduating seniors.. There were approximately 3,550parents, patrol. She is a sport enthu-
relatives, and friends in attendance. As Gerald Tinker and siast and because of this she '
Be tram Taylor went upon stage to receive their diplomas they has wonthe President's Physically ,"
received standing ovations. aS Fit Girl of the Year for '
There will be various activities going on in the schools in t s 1968 and the highest honor in
the Grove area, for kids who really have nothing to do this this area as the most physical fit student of the year for 1969.
summer. But I would like to say this much on behalf of the j To top things off for sports, she also won a school place
young kids, please stay away from rockpits and canals. If you I Sod Sitiu 01 tie week medal for track in 1968.
really have to go swimming, go to the pool in the Grove area. I Leytrice is also a musically inclined person. She receiveda
The pool is located on Plaza Street and is connected with the certificate of merit from the House Melody for her piano
Elizabeth VIrrick Park. There the young kids will be taught Pretty Janice L. Johnson, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. recital in June. The recital is held at the termination of each
swimming lessons: Charlie J. Johnson, 1851 NW 91st Street takes Soul school year and was held at the Jordan Marsh Auditorium.
j Sister honors this week! Janice is a '69 graduate of She also plays the flute and plans to do Just that in the orches-
Congratulations: Earline SpratlIng, being chosen as Miss Miami Central who likes reading and sewing in her
Charm at the Delta Annual Debutante Ball. time. tra at Glades next year.
TEEN OF THE WEEK: spare Though much of her time goes for cultivating her interests,
she still has time to devote to her church and girl scout troop.
Elmarie Spratling daughter of Mr.and Mrs.Earl i
Spratllng. ._ ....-c She belongs to Second Baptist Church where she is an active
She is a Junior at Coral Gables Sr. high school.
member of a singing group called the"Cherubs".Having beena
VOTING RIGHTS ACT SHOULD BE EXTENDED 0------.. r scout for years, she is at the present time a member of

Within the next three months the 1965 Voting Rights Act I Troop No. 520.
will expire. Movements should be instituted right now to see Her hobbies include swimming, sewing and knitting. When
that this act is extended for at least ten more years. Many she's not playing her instruments or engaging in outside activities
black people in the South braved death to win the right to the she finds time to work on her pet project. . a guilt.
franchise, and unless we act these same people are in real ...- She has a natural love for animals and is the proud owner
danger of losing it. '"tltC't" of two dogs and a rabbit. Her favorite pet would be a snake,
This act has proved to be one of the most meaningful pieces:, but her parents think it a little too risky.
of legislation ever to come from congress. Without this act 6A Yes, Leytrice Burney is quite a girl. She attributes her
Charles Evers would not be Mayor of Fayette, Mississippi, success to many things but the advice she can best give to
nor would there be 400 black elected officials in the South. It i t1 others her age is to, "do the best you can, keep physically fit,
would be foolish to sit back and gloat over these good but mi- and on the day of physical fitness tests, don't eat too much!
nor accomplishments politically. mustactnowtohave this Visiting Rev. Sp5 Harmon Stockdale of Homestead Air Force
act extended and strengthened. Base and members of the Richmond Heights community were

Cynthia Maye, Charles Staunton, and Liz Wright from Tenth

Baptist Church, Washington, D. C. Rev. J. T. Jennings, minister
I Jim Riley Pioneer Graduate The three visitors left this message.We .
have never had a more enjoyable afternoon as the afternoon
of June 19 as we spent with the young people of Richmond
first black to hold a full cabI- Heights. The families were extraordinarily kind to us.Words

net position at MDJC under cannot express our gratitude. Anytime you are in D. C. don't
student body president Bob hesitate to phone us. Again our thanks goes to Mr. and Mrs.
Parker. Riley's performance = Emitt Wright and Mr. and Mrs. Willie Redding and families
; prompted Parker to assist Jim !! fc: for their hospitality.For .
in becoming intern in
an the
Washington offices of Congressman .1.1.: > Saturday at the Sweden All
House, 14875 Sn :th DlxieHighway.
,4g, Claude Pepper.RUey's Bethune-Cookman College I I smallest co-ed you can eat Just for a donation of 600. This project is being

student leader successful at Miami-Dade work as a Janice! Dupree proved to have the "biggest" hearton Rev.carried out by the Bethel Baptist Church of Richmond Heights.
0. W. West is pastor.
paved the;way,for-the election campus. when\ ,she completed fifteen handmadechildslied Pride of Richmond
Heights, Chapter 178 Eastern Star Lodge
of Bob Reid,, M-DJC's first garments .to be presented to the Head-
presents a tea and fashion show on June 29 at Tots Town Kin-
black student body president start Project for underprivileged children. dergarten, Bethune Drive from 4-6 p.m. The theme for the

1 Active is in community affairs This idea was conceived when Mrs. Henrine occasion is: "Culture of other lands". The public is invited.G. .
Riley seek-
presently Ward Banks L. Dinkins, is Worthy Ma_ro
ing employment in the Miami B-CC's Dean of Women, noticed some 1.

area. He resides with his par- discarded scraps in a local fabric shop. Inquiring,
'--- ents, Mr. and Mrs. Jake Riley she learned the material was useless
James L. (Jim) Riley, for- at 1001 NW 66th Street. thrown scraps to be r-
t,
in the trash. Banks
mer student leader at Miami Mrs. asked for and re-

Northwestern High School, nu4 ceived the material. Thinking of the Headstart
'
was among the first graduating Project she approached Janice who sews as a

class of the pioneer Uni- hobby. The 4 foot 10 inch, 96 pound St. Augustine !
versity of West Florida in
native accepted the .
challenge and began
Pensacola. Riley graduated in gathering _
the top quarter of his class, thread and children patterns. In about two weeks, _
receiving his Bachelor of she had dresses and playsuits to fit children
ranging
'Science Degree in Business in sizes from two through five years old.

'Administration and Management Janice who makes most of herown clothes
,
says: "I've always enjoyed sewing as a
hobby.
Riley is a charter member Just the idea of being able to help srt
of Eta Upsilon Chapter of Delta someone is satis-
fying. I would welcome
the chance to
Sigma Pi Professional Fra- continue the
ternity, vice president of project.A .
UWF's chapter of the Societyfor graduate of St. Augustine's
Murray
the Advancement of Management High ._
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is a junior Business
and Young Demo- dQ Administration
crats Club first vice presi CELEBRATESBIRTHDAY major at Bethune-Cookman College. STATE CITATION-Michigan State Represen-

dent. He ,was also ,a member tative, George Edwards presents Stevie with a

of Circle K and chairman of the of ... CAR WASH .......................... House of Representatives Resolution citing the
the Board of Directors
Boy Scout Troop #218 of blind Motown life
singing star for "awe-inspiring
:University Law Association. Andrea M. Henry the grand- an
Fire Department #12 at 13th :GO TO he has each
so
CHURCH brilliantly and lived
Riley is best known for his daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Avenue and 46th Streetishav- outstandingly
efforts at Miami-Dade Junior Willie J. Williams will cele- ing a car wash Saturday at SUNDAY. and every day of his life." The occasion was

College as a student leader and brate her third birthday June 1 p.m. The money is to help Stevie's graduation from the Michigan School For
man about campus. He was the 29th. build their treasury. ......................... The Blind in Lansing.


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THE MIAMI TIMES, Friday June 27, 1969 11GWoolwoi


Kelvin Wall Named

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Vice President of

the fun place to shop... I & & .

Coco-Cola USA


A ATLANTA Ga. KelvinA In the
announcing appointment -
Wall has been named vice Mr. Dickson indicatedthat ZJe olld-U" peeia1sa
president of Coca-Cola USA the primary responsibility :
Announcement of the appoint- of the department which
ment was made by Fred W. Mr. Wall heads Is dealing with .
Dickson president of the do- segmented marketing prob- .' 1
mestic soft drink division of lems. It includes the study and 1 \. ", .1)
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the Coca-Cola
Company development of for '
programs : ?.,;
such markets as the Black f
Market the Latin Market, the
Low-Income Market and solv-
ing problems'associated with
:
center city distribution. ItE
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The department is also responsible -
for structuring pro .
f grams of community relations
a ,
activities and recently ex-
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'panded the program of cor-
porate involvement in the _
Black community through pro-
duction ofaNegrohistory
gram, which i s being used by ;.
schools throughout the nation :
7 and a scholarship project for
disadvantaged blacks. iiiN'seY'
His education includes de-
KELVIN WALL grees and advanced study in
. Coca-Cola Vice business at St. John's Uni-
versity, of New ..
native City College
a ak w.aDw. Y> ::.AWca 9br wia'w r aaa %.wtDi. aA<.a'W.3wS'
Mr. Wall, who is a of York, and New York University -
New York City Joined the Slimmer fun begins with your own Great-outdoor aluminum frame. .
Coca-Cola Company in 1966as An active participant innumerous
manager of the Market De- businessrelated -
STEEL WALL POOLGet WEBBED lAWN CHAIRS
velopment Department and endeavors, he is a part-
serves on the Marketing Com- time instructor in marketingand
mittee of this division. Priorto business planning at Georgia -
into the swim with a
that time he was director Institute of Technology anda Travel-light foldables,
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of advertising for the Amsterdam member of the Recruiting pool. Baked enamel 999 comfort vinyl webbing. i!
News. His experiencealso Committee for Harvard Busi- finish. . liners. Multi-position Chaises,
safety
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Magazine and sales assignments headquartered at CocaColaUSA's

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Tendered To TampaSecretary xti !!

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George Romney, five-year Model Cities program i t :aR
of the U. S. Department of County, local and pri- :
Housing and Urban Develop- vate resources will also be I
ment, has announced the ten- used by the city in its concen- ,
der of a $4,086,000 Model trated, coordinated attack on ! w
Cities contract to Tampa. the serious social, physical I
Tampa will also be given and economic problems within j y:, 1 1S
substantial support from other the Model Cities area. I l
programs administered by Of the $4,086,000 in Model \ :"' t 'yyv kiT RPmbrnndl .
HUD, from the Department of Cities supplemental funds,approximately -) : 4
Health, Education and Wel- $1,041,815 will r
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fare, the Department of La- generate $8,113,185 in capi- !Mrel
bor, Department of Transportation tal construction, Secre- !
Department of Justice tary Romney said. k94z
and 'the Office of Economic .. I i
Opportunity.The .'... .... Inc
action by Secretary i 'Go76'cHURCh i I i f 1 be c Ny.,.> Y n
Romney will enable Tampa to ;g4

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:r HardCore"Used As Stalling TacficRemoving Against,i I



4 1 Job Barriers I i

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Chairman William H.Brown Chairman Brown's speechtoa to rehabilitate the so-called employment is a luxury that
ffl of the U. S. Equal Employ. meeting of employment spec- hard-core unemployed. has been withheld from themin
ment Opportunity Commission ialists from Federal and local Although the publicity that the glutted inner-city labor
charged this week agencies held at the Washington pours from corporate public market., Instead of aiming all
,. that the current crusade to Center for Metropolitan relations 'off ices would have us its efforts at "rehabilitating
rehabilitate the "hard-core Studies this week. believe so, the hard-core unemployed them, Industry should concen-
t unemployed" Is used by some are not some exotic trate on how to stop creating
1, d.+ kv I + employers as a"stalling tac- "Just as the philosophies of species; they are made, them.
RH'y t I ','i tic" against removing em- equal employment change, the not born. The people to whom "I share with many others
ployment barriers that hold focuses of public concern shift some one affixed this label the opinion that the current
i sw blacks to the lower level, from year to year. One of the are men and women who are emphasis on hiring the hard
dead-end Jobs.Following most popular is the current unable now to hold a steady core unemployedwhile
are excerpts of crusade among businessmen Job largely because steady necessary and long overdue

is being exploited by some
companies as a stalling tac-

Police Praise Black MuslimsFor tic to equal postpone opportunity providing all genuine the-

way up the Job ladder.

"To achieve equal employment -
Black
Drug Program opportunity In industry
,
means the elimination of those
practices whose effect,regardless -
of intent, is to exclude -
BusinessIn minority groups from
meaningful positions in the
About 300 people, most of the 39 years since,,the 'workforce. Itmeans anhonest
them members of the National past recipients awards front 'Muslims were formed by evaluation of whether the
Society of Aro-American Policemen the five-year-old society. Elijah (Poole) Muhammad, claimed scarcity of qualified
Bragg, N.. C. Staff Sergeant Horace W. paid tribute to the The Muslims commonly who is based in Chicago and Job applicants is truly scarcity -
Bain is congratulated by Colonel Edward J.. Collins Black Muslims "as a token of called Black Muslims by non- whose organization has built or merely a reflection of
commander of the 2nd our appreciation and esteemfor members, although they pre- mosques in most states, the the failure to put productive,
Basic Combat Training the people of the Nation of fer to be known as the Nationof group has emphasized Ne- use resources which do
Brigade, aftar receiving the Army CommendationMedal. Islam". Islam, were honored for groes economic development. exist."
The Muslims were cited at producing "In the Interest of
the third annual award lun- black people"such projects as _. *
Sgt. Bain ReceivesCommendation cheon of the society, which schools, factories restau- ," imsassssisiusmtsm&i&to
consists of several hundred rants, clothing shops, super- : SUPREME WIG |
Negro policemen from half a markets and farms to supplythe
MedalFT. dozen states. food stores.It :
; BEAUTY SALON 1
Many Negro police officersand was also asserted by Senator J- .. Ai
BRAGG, N. C.-Staff T. Washington High School In other officials attended the Basil A.Paterson Har1 )' :' }
Sergeant Horace W. Bain, 30, Miami, he Is the son of Mr. affair at the Waldorf-Astoria' Ie m's 27th State Senatorial :I Summer Specials
recently received the Army and Mrs. George Whitehead Including Inspector Arthur B. District, one of the guests,that \ ; 1 I
Commendation Medal In ceremonies 1820 NW 70th St., Miami. Hill of the Sixth Division and the Muslims had "done more / i SHAMPOO' & SET $3.50#
here at the U.S.Army Sergeant Bain and his wife, Assistant Chief Inspector to rehabilitate narcotics addicts .,;.; ,.11 HAIR STRAIGHTNERS $12.50 1
Training Center, Infantry. the for mar Paula Manning, Lloyd Sealy Commanding Of- than any corrective RETOUCH APPLICATION $7.00
The award was for meri- ficer of Brooklyn North. Both agency in the country." )
live at 111 LawsonDrive
now & These specials are good
service while
torious serving
with Headquarters and Head- Fort Bragg, N. C. Monday Thursday Only :

'.; quarters Company of the 1/- He is currently a senior MERCHANTS: WHO ADVERTISE IN THE 9110 NW.17th Avt. Call:691-9392 :s I'=

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I Police School For Veterans PLEASE PATRONIZE THEMI! I NOTICEBAHAMIANS



Pays $612 MonthlyVeterans I

learning police tinues for six months until the i ; Call
work at the Public Safety Department patrolman reaches his $612
are$j5 richer each patrolman's salary. CHARLES RESIDINGIN
month -- thanks toapprovalofthe "This is designed for the
department as a GI Bill on veteran who has already com-
ROGERS
the-Job training agency. pleted his college education or FLORIDAWould
The Public Safety doesn't want to take college
upgraded .1ijII AT PL 17502FOR
courses Public Safety
training program recentlybecame says
first in Department Training Super- you like to return
the police course A GOOD BUY ON A
South Florida to gain govern- visor Paul H. Bohardt "He
PIANO ORGAN SCOTT
ment approval for G.L bene can still receive his G.L bene- home fo the beautiful
fits through this program." STEREO OR ORCHESTRA
fits.The INSTRUMENTS. I :'Bahamas and earn from
new ruling boosts a vet- B ohard t worked for eight '
enn's'tralning'$55-- months to get the approval of 56,000; ,to $12,000annuallytax
from the $557 a regular recruit the program by the Florida
receives during his 18week industrial Commission, which free
course to the $612 salary investigates veterans' train-
of a patrolman.After Ing in this state.
graduation from the This represents
academy, the trainee becomes The public Safety Department company
a probationary patrolman at training programwas N, large Bahamian
a pay scale of $574 a month,,enlarged this year from 14 rss+Ar.: numerous
A $38 G.L supplement con- weeks to 18 weeks. corporations that are in


Training Jobs Open Now, I desperate need help.of qualified

If you have no experience"but want to work- here is
an opportunity to work and learn new trade. AU you have I
to do Is apply for a Job at the Employment Service office Why don't you "today"write

listed below. and tell us about
(1) A Hialeah employer has a Jobopeningfor a hydraulic -
Jack machanic trainee. The starting salary is $1.75to yourself?
1 AWE
$2.00 an hour for an 8 am to'5 p.m. shift, Monday -
Friday. Write
(2)A Hialeah area employer has Job openings for con-
crete fence post casters and erectors. No experience. is SELL HAPPINESS David Probinsky,
is hour for a
necessary. The starting salary $2.02 an
7:30 a.m. to 4:30 p.m. shift, Monday Friday. AMERICA'S LARGEST DISPLAY Chairman
(3) A Miami employer needs automobile bumper At'th. crolluoda of North-South Exprouway
straightener. Experience is not necessary. The starting ONLY 15 MINUTES FROM ANYWHERE IN MIAMI Ltd.
salary is $1.75 an hour, and you would work_from 8 a.m. Phone 751-7502 Broward:.JA ;2-51J1 Diversified Services ,
to 4:30 p.m Monday Friday. ,
300 N.W. 54th ST. P.O. Box 6252
Apply for all these Jobs at the Industiral office, Florida
.State Employment Service, 1350 NW 12th Ave.,Room 280. FREE DELIVERY ANYWHERE IN U.S.A.In Nassau BahamasFt.
Employment Service offices are open from 8 a.m. to 5 Ft. Laud.rdal., 1103 E. Loa Ola. Blvd., JA 5-37U I ,

p.m. Monday through Friday.



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I I, Mvfes And Bwant $Hake: Good Police Team I
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Willard Myles and Charles for kept i asking my employ to serve as a doctor or lawyer. such intention. community and some of the,
Bryant have a lot In common. this was with a state "And so''I felt that becom- Hence Officers Myles and people who don't understand
Married, two children, 34 ) if I could take the exam ing a Miami police officer Bryant are two police officers the community.The .
years old, each has also held advancement and he kept would be the best way of help who feel they do more; than lawmen's job:; iron out
the same Job for tenyearsand me I could. But he ing people. And I like this job carry a badge.They're the difference and pave the
worked as a team the past two did. more and more," Office Bry- a link. They'realink way for a better understand-
years. all these other fellas, ant said. between the establishment in .
Oh, yes. One other similarity who had not been there Officer Myles and Bryantare Iuk > >, T, 'q
Both carry a badge. a s I had, were taking no ordinary lawmen. For "V :'I
They're Miami police of- recalled."I exams and getting pro- the past two years, they've :
ficers. shared a squad car on the 7
I decided I was going to p.m. 3 a.m. shift on the de
While alike in many ways, the Miami
police depart- partment's crack Task Force,
they became policemen two ," Officer Myles said. a mobile hard-hitting squad
different reasons. Bryant tells pretty that fans out into high crime
Officer Myles found he fac- the same story. "I was rate areas.
ed a dead-end street as a lab out of the service and I Both like the Miami police
technician. Other men got pro I would like to help peo- department. The pay is good,
motions.. He moved nowhere. I knew I wouldn't be able the feeling of comradeship
strong and they both feel a
keen sense of accomplishment. Y

NO CREDIT? "I.feel, that as a police officer Y
," Officer Myles said"Ican
encourage young boys to
respect the law. There's a
feeling that policemen are
BAD CREDIT mean that their job Is to put
? :. people in jail .
"That,' he said stiffly, "is
not true."
Both feel that lackotparen-
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ers were also quick to point an investigation he is working on, along with
I CAN HELP YOU. out that a majority of the his partner, Officer Myles, at left. Both police officers ..
youths they know are good, are on the City of Miami's crack Task Force,
decent kids. But, they run with
a bad crowd.As a result,they whicg concentrates on saturating areas of high
I HAVE CONTACTS FOR often are involved in breakingthe criminal activity with lawmen.- Miami-Metro Dept.of .
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I .' "II"I Walt Swinton. The program is "Shades of Black",
rt h 1I ISt ItP II ,J Wt I \ premiering on Channel 2, Tuesday, July 1 at 10.
1 1\ AJ,1 Ir "1 141I It is an attempt at communication-honest, open

G ,t. communication-between black and white, young
and old. There are questions and "Shades of
Black" wants answers. If you want answers watch
"Shades of Black" every Tuesday night at 10 on
Channel 2.

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., .. ., ,,, ._ .,, . SCHOLARSHIP WINNERMrs.
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. Marjorie Rhodes, medical doctor. Hattie C. Dandridge
. SMILING FACES GOING PLACES basileus of Alpha Delta Chap- Miss Davis is a member of Grand Guild Heroines of
ter of Phi Delta Kappa Sor- the National Honor Society at Templar Crusades will host
Miss Willie Mae Carter, ority, announces that this Edison High; served as trea- A the International Grand Guild
daughter of Mrs. Idester Car- yea r's winner of the local surer of the Homemaking Heroines of
Templar Cru-
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ter, of 5195 NW 30th Ave.,became scholarship examination ad- in 11th grade; treasurer of the .. sades and inter-state inter-
GIRLS an Eastern Airlines ministered by the National Opti-Miss (a service club at national General
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Teaching Post At Rutgers U I
Dade County Association ment and Training ActMDTA)
Retarded Children, Inc., MI- funds has been allocated for
Assistant Professor at Intergroup Relations for the velopment Committee and The lanta University School of So- ami, has been awarded a con- the project.
Barry College School of So- Dade County Urban Renewal State Mental Health Advisory cial Work where he was the tract to train 60 jobless or un-.
cial Work, Miami Shores, for Agency in Miami; Executive Planning Council In Cincinnati recipient of the National Institute deremployed personsac- VISUAL AIDS DISPLAY
the past two years, James Director to the Greater Miami Ohio>> he was Industrial of Mental Health Fel- cording to William U. Nor- Florida Association of Cur
Whitehead will Join the Social Urban League; former Vice Relations Director to the Ur- lowship b Social Work,a Mas- wood, regional manpower administrator riculura Specialist will spon-
Work Staff at Rutgers Univer- Chairman of the Dade County ban League Greater Cincin- ter of Arts degree at Atlanta U. S.Departmentof sor a display of the latest ma-
sity, New Burnswick, New Citizens Advisory Committee nati and a member of the University where he was Labor. terial in the area of audio-
Jersey in July 1969.In his new for Community Improvement; Greater Cincinnati Junior awarded the Walter Francis On-the-Job training will be visual ads. This display will
position he will have teaching and member of the James E. Chamber of Commerce. White Fellowship inSociology, conducted by the association be located in Florida Me-
1 and related responsibilities in Scott Community Association, Mr. Whitehead received a and a Bachelor of Arts degree for 27 weeks as meat cutter. morial College Library from
j Social Work Administration.Mr. the Florida Manpower De- Master of Social Work at At- at Morehouse College. $90,290 in Manpower Develop 9 a.m. to 3 p.m. July 1.

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THE MIAMI TIMES, Friday, June 27, 1969 19

. Black Drama Group Hopes To Teach, Unite And Entertain"Experiences T

in creativitywill Johnson, Eric Jenkins, Joyce drama, art, and creative writ- tance and the efforts of its T W I
ignite an ability to under- Wharton, Gail Strachan, Ber- ing. The workshop in creative participants. H A
stand and to interpret one's nard James, William Street, writing hopes to produce-material Anyone interested betweenthe E YI
own environment and one'sreaction Sharon Demeritte, Michael for the drama group ages of 15 and 24 years
to things, to peopleand Cousens Jr., and Naomi V. and the production of a literary should write to; Theatre of
life." Adonis. The participants see magazine. Afro-Arts, c/o Wendell Nar- I SEE IT
This the me, by Wendell their art in terms of a methodto cisse, P. 0. Box 94, North-
Narcisse, coordinator of the teach, unite and entertainthe The TAA will operate for at west Branch, Miami, Florida ___ By JERRY D. MITCHELL
Theatre of Afro-Arts charac- black community. Other least one year. Its future will 33147. The location will be .n.
terizes the new"black" work- goals are to stimulate the development depend on community accep- 1945 NW 75th Sf. I would like to tell you of"ordeal" I went through duringthe
shop of drama, art, and crea- of critical and reflective --- ---- Christmas holidays. The title of this happening Is "No
tive writing. This type of arts thought along with Matter How Hard I Try, I Still Can't Win".
movement is growing across making the theatre formavail- Howard Trustees Give VoiceTo It was late In the afternoon around twilight. Being that I

the country.Its able, useful and relevant to the drive taxi>part-time for Magic City, I was parked at the gasj
participants are youth lines of the people of the black Students_ _ _ _ and Faculty station on 62nd St. and 15thAve.A young "brother' got In the;
from the Miami area. A few community.TAA WASHINGTON n, D. C.-- ing to give both students and cab and asked me to take him to 50th St. and 27th Ave. We
are Clyde McNeil, Anthony (Theatre Afro-Arts) Howard University Trustees faculty representation at headed west on 62nd until we got to 27th Ave.

Cole, Sharon Lee, Cassandra will operate three workshops; decided at their recent meet- Board meetings. From a distance we saw that the red light was on and the no

left sign under the light was off. As I turned on the left turn
signal, the light changed to green and I started the left turn.
At both the April and Oc-
All of a sudden a Metro Deputy Jumped in front of the cab
tober meetings the Howard
and signaled for me to "pullover."
University Student Associa-
tion will be accorded the privilege My passenger and I saw that the deputy was issuing a ticketto
of having five students a "brother" for making a left turn, Just as I had done. We
appear and make any desired got out of the"cab and walked back to the patrol car. I asked
representation.The the officer what did I do wrong. He harshly replied "as a cab
driver you should know better."

He asked for my chauffeur's license and checked it in a
Board also decided to book. I asked him again what did I do wrong. The deputy said
' InterCapital j Ltd. make permanent its Committee that I executed a left turn on the no left signal. I explained to
on Students Relations be- him that when I made the left turn, the signal was off. My
fore which representatives of passenger backed me up.
any recognized student organization -
The deputy crossed 27th Avenue and checked the signal, find-
On
may appear. oc-
Ing to his surprise that the signal indeed, was off. He gave me
casions the Committee
Attention Bahamians may back my license and told us to go on.
In FloridaWe Invite members of the student
body to meet with it. At the I did not think to much about the occurrence at the time, but
start of each school year this the next day, I was so mad, that if I were an atomic bomb,
require the services of committee will set a scheduleof there would be no South Florida on the map today.

regular meetings.The I decided to make an official complaint against the deputy

numerous qualified Bahamians As I entered the Public Safety Department, a young Negro
deputy was working the Information desk. I asked him for the)
Faculty Senate will be room in which you make a complaint against a deputy. He;
accorded the privilege of having being brainwashed I thought, told me it wouldn't do any good'
NOWHERE! five of its members, at but the room is 312.

least three of whom must be Upon my arrival to the room, I told the receptionist what R
tenured, appear and make any was there for. She asked me to have a seat and went into a.
desired representation at the back room. When the door opened she came out with an inves-,
January and June meetings of tigator. He directed me to come into the conference room. ;
the Board.At explained to him what happened.I told him that after the deputy;
HERE IS YOUR OPPORTUNITY JOIN saw that he was wrong in pulling me over, he did not apologize
in anyway. Not only was it embarrassing to me as a cab
ONE OF THE WORLD'S LEADING MUTUAL
the beginning of each
driver, but the deputy held up my passenger for ten minute
MANAGEMENT COMPANIES BASEDIN school year the Board's Com- and I may have lost up to five dollars because at that time,
mittee on Instruction and Re-
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cab business was very busy.
NASSAU !,J search will set a schedule of
." regular meetings afford ongoing The Investigator seemed to be very 'understanding of the
contact with the facul- way I felt, but like a stab in the back as I left room 312, he
ties of the eleven schools and said "we don't know about these things until you people come
colleges. This committee may in and tell us about It."

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THE MIAMI TIMES, Friday. June 27, 1969 21

Party For Relativies of New Servicemen 1


Residents of the Greater Homestead Air Force Base, After the formal program
Miami area who have a husband and Mrs. Tobias E. Levy, there will be an informal get-
son, daughter or other chairman of the Service to together at which time the
close relatives newly inducted Military Families Committee. guests will have an oppor-
into the Armed Forces, are Marie Balaban will entertainthe tunity of meeting and visiting
invited to attend a special get- guests with songs. There with each other.Refreshments
together at Dade County Red will be military personnel will be served.
Cross headquarters, 5020 present to answer questionsput The Dade County Chapter,
Biscayne Boulevard,to be held by the group. Bilingual American Red Cross, is an
at 7:30 p.m.on Thursday,June volunteers will interpret for active participant in the United
26th.The Spanish speaking relatives. Fund.
object of the event is to
familiarize the guests with the -" ...... .
various types of Red Cross
assistance available to them
because of their kinship with
military personnel.A .
commanding officer from
one of the military stations
will address the group. Also
participating in the program
will be Al Fussel, AmericanRed -
Cross field director at 'A r

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Debra Chapter No. 44 celebrated their 14th anniversary on Sunday, June HOME FROM VIETNAM ..,

15th, at International Masons Temple 5598 NW 7th Avenue. Service was rendered .
by the Weary Travelers, Related Five and the White Robe Singers.

Seated left to right: sisters Olymph Minus, Barbara McCoy,recording sec., ,
Clara Grant, A. M.; Mattie Lou Jones, queen; Agnes Chatman, W.. M.; Mary qp p M
Ford, Sally Reid. Standing left to right, Eula Mae Warren, Lelia Williams, Re-.
becca Collins, Almeta Parker, Tinsey Shearfield, Margueritte McKain, Lula I
Boddie, Lenora Shearfield,Dorothy Williams, Laura Knowles,Helen Jean Bell J.D. & HIS BROTHER BOB SAYS
Lucile Lester and Annie Dozier. Photo by Johnson of Miami.
"COME TO

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gradation service will The pastor of New Providence proud new certificate holders \ (: :\\ l I I : Got!
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be held in the New ProvidenceM. Rev. C. J. Burney,will will be: Lillian Harris Butler, 111111,I \ 'I\ I I\I \ 'I''I'Ili''Ili II II\II,\ \ I
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53rdSt. with Willie I II \\ I ': ': ,
B. Church, 760 NW participate Mrs. Kathlene T. Clone, Elineia \ \\I I'I \ I' I'itI'"
., at 11 a.m. Sunday, June Mae Hannah, Instructor of the Datson, Rusie Cardy, Morris .."\''', '..,''''''-\ ..:'\''''..J..,..''...'.\...\G\\\I\\'l''-!...'I'''.'.'...-''I-. 'BURGER-LOO CHEESEBURGER
29, for 27 people who are successfully class, in awarding certificates Solomon, Geneva Joseph, Wil Fress Major was welcomed FISH 'MILK SHAKE
completing the free to the first all-Negro group lamae Barry, Willie T. Dot- home from Vietnam by his
Red Cross Home Nursing completing the Home Nursing son, Wonza E. Deliford, Gertrude family and friends who cele- oalG MAC FRENCH FRIES
course. course in Liberty City The Ferguson,Ruby Virginia brated with him party given 'CHICKEN SOFT DRINKS
Fredrick, Katie Crenshaw, in his honor by his mother,
Marie Chllds, Walter J. Par. Mrs. Enid Major at 8170 NW 5321 NW 21th AVENUE
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AnnouncingThe Mary Larline, Fannie Sim- Fress, who is very happy to 1166 N.'.'. 95TH STREET
Katie Paris Juanita
start of a new K-9 Service in Miami mons, be home, was a member of the
Brown, Jehovah Miller, Ver- popular singing group The Es ACROSS FROM CENTRAL HIGH SCHOOL
nita Meadows, Adgnoe Brad- quires. -II
Cooper's shaw, Beatrice Dunn,Tommie
Louise Watkins, Elizabeth
Nelson Solomon,Ruby M.Glo-
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Another Red Cross Home
Dogs of all breeds trained in obedience and Nursing course will be taughtin
all phases of attack the same area in August;
the exact time and place to be
WEEKLY GROOMING SERVICE WHAT
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Protect your home and business with a urges "All of the people in Miami
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22 THE MIAMI TIMES, Friday, June 27, 1969If

IN MEMORIAM CARD OF THANKS ALBERT

In loving memory of our the late Newton Mosley of 11930 SW
I ECARDS MEMORIALS DEATHS .1 The family of ,
dear mother, grandmother, 214th St., Goulds died June 15.

c great-grandmother and sister I i 0 Survivors include wife Janie;

four daughters Annie Jackson,

CARD OF THANKSThe THANK YOU CARD OF THANKSThe Maggie Williams, Adel Chris-
two
tians, Janie Stubbs; sons

family of the later The family of the late, family of the late v x James Mosley and Lewis

\ MRS. CARRIE MAE MASSEYwho MR. JAMESANDERSONwho Stubbs; one brother Roman and

#, departed this life May 16, departed this life May 18, one sister Perlie Cover ington.

1969 at Mt. Sinai Hospital with 1969, wish to express sincere Services were held Saturdayat
funeral services held May22at thanks and appreciation to New Bethel A ME Church.

New Hope Missionary Bap- each one for their hearty con Mrs. Mozelle Brown of 3295

i tist Church, Rev. W. M. Bouy- cerns. Thanks for your cards, ij@i NW 50th St., died June 16.
a? er, pastor And laid to rest in telegrams and flowers. Spec- Survivors Include husband

Lincoln Memorial Park, ial thanks to my friends and Richard; three sisters Beatric

Miami, wish to express their neighbors of 55th, 56th, 57th I In Bethel, Minnie Thomas, Eva
sincere thanks and appreciation and 58th Streets, to my pastor i Smith; two brothers Clarence

to our many friends and and his wife, Rev. and Mrs.A. (.t i Lane and Mose Smith. Ser-

neighbors for their visits and L. Shipp and my church, I -_ g'--..- ,mw/.t- -_. -_ mmI vices were held Sarurday at

good food service,cards,telegram New Mt. Moriah. Your calls MRS. EMMA PYFORM, 4:30 in the chapel.

J :;, beautiful flowers and and presence in my home .T I .. ... wish to thank their many Mrs. Emma Young of 6929
other kindnesses during this meant more than words can AUGUSTA SANDS friends during their recent be- NW 17th Ave., died June 18 at

JAMES Z. SMITH difficult time. exprrar. who departed this life on June reavement, for their kind expression Jackson Heights Nursing
Special thanks to the Range Thanks is such a little wordIt 25, 1967. of sympathy. Your Home. Survivors include one

who departed this life June 5, Funeral Home 'and Mr. W. C. can't began to say Asleep in Jesus! Peaceful calls, floral designs, and son Robert; nieces Manie Albert -

1969, wish to express our sin- Taylor of the Taylor Funeral All the things I feel insideSo rest. visits were comforting.A very Services were held Mon-

cere thanks and appreciationto Home of Belle Glade, Fla.and gratefully today. Whose working is supremelyblest. special thanks to the nieces day in the chapel.

our numerous friends and to you who attended the funeral But since thdre is no other from New York and the Ba- Mrs. Maggie Jackson of1453

neighbors for your kindness service in Pahokee; namelyRev. word No fear, no woe shall dim that hamas and to Father Sands, NW 56th St., died June 17.She
during our hour of bereave- W. E. Sims, Rev.Roscoe Plan thanks will have to do hour and many thanks to the Houseof is survived by her mother

ment, your vlsts, telephone Jackson, Rev. W. M, Davis, Just hope you know how warm That manifest the Savious Albert staff. Willie Mae and father Hezikiah

calls, telegrams, cards,flow- Mesdames Lizzie Graham, ftIsHow power. four sisters Viola Marie
,
ers and other acts of kindness; Millanee Lumpkin, (members special when for you Leonora Jackson Romana
most of all your prayers that order of Easter Star) Katie You were all so nice. The Family The family Bryant three brothers, Willie
;
helped to alleviate the pains River, Mary Carter, Carrie Charles and Henry. Serviceswere

of sorrows; special thanks to Shurman, Dorleather Boone, Mrs. Alberta Anderson, IN MEMORIAM IN MEMORIAM held Monday in the
Rev. P. D. Brantleyandmembers Lelia Laster, Alice Harvard, wife
of the Greater Israel and Warnell Clark. Carol, daughter In sad but loving memory of to loving memory of my dear chapel.
mother Dan Stewart of 601 NW 3rd
Bethel P. B. Church, the May God bless each you. Johnnie, son our dear beloved husband and ,
Ave. died June 21. Survivors
David brother MRS. GENEVA TATE ,
father
Masonic family and The
Range family
include two sisters Susie M.
who departed this life June 25,
Funeral MR. RALPH J. FLOWERSwho
Home. May God every Daughters
1965 Butler and Mamie McDonald
and sister
my ;
bless and keep each of you. Mrs. Mary Fullerton departed this life June 27,
one brother Albert. Servicesare
CARD OF THANKSThe 1962. MRS. LEONA T. COLLINSwho
Mrs. Ellas B. Smith
departed this life June 20 incomplete.
Mrs. Willie Mae Smith,wife Mrs. Rebecca Chestnutt family of the late Some may think you are for- ,
Mrs. Ruth B. Patterson gotten. 1964. Bobbie Lee Miller of 1878

Mrs. Lillie G. Stallworth Thou on earth you are no more Gone, but not forgotten. May NW 69th Ter., died June 21.

IN MEMORIAMIn Mrs. Carrie Lee and But in memory you are withus they rest in peace and light Survivors Include one daugh-
sons perpetual shine upon them. ter Leslie M. Machanic; two
a t
loving memory of Charlie and Walter MasseyIN y,4x As always as you were before. Mrs. Ruby Edwards and sisters Martha and Marie;four
Family grands. Services are incomplete -

Mrs. Mary Flowers, wife .
MEMORIAM IN MEMORIAM
i
James B. Flowers, son Paul F. Forbes of 572 NW
In memory of my mother r Florence Stevenson, 10th St., died June 20. Survi-
ind our grandmother, daughter In sad but loving memory of vors include two sons Jerald

.. Christine Minns, daughterIN a loving sonTHOMAS and Freddie one brother
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Emanuel; and one sister Edith

MEMORIAM Davenport. Services were held

f In memory of the lateMRS. Wednesday in the chapel.J. .

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r -- B. Kinchen of 1361 NW

I I 61st St., #27 diedjune 21.Survivors -

.It' 1. I :tJiJ ) I II" ': include mother Alice
and three daughters. Remains
MRS. BESSIE WRIGHT will be shipped to Glenwood,

wishes to express their sin- Ga.. Friday morning.Mrs. .
cere thanks and appreciationto
Hortense Patterson of
the many friends and neigh- ..,u1Ra
SHARON GENEVA WILLIAMS 4816 NW 21 Ave,died June 20.
bors for their cards, tele-
Survivors include
husband
who departed this life June 2 5, MRS JANE THOMPSONwho grams, telephone calls, floral Leroy
Patterson
departed this life June 26 grandmother -
1957. pieces. Especially thanks to
Lena Johnson two !
1968. Kae' cou-
the Liberty City Church of
You stole away to Jesus 12 Rest eternal, grant her 0 Christ, members and special LEOPOLE BETHEI sins, six nephews. Services I
and left heartsin will be held Thursday in the
years ago our Lord, and let light perpetual thanks to the Evangelist F. L.
severe sadness and grief. shine upon her. May she restin Thomason.The who departed this life June 30, chapel.
But it pays to know and serve peace. 1968. Roosevelt Cook of 315th NW

Jesus whatever betide. Mrs. Marie Wallace, Family Yes the path is steep andnarrow 10th St., died June 17. Ser-

daughter Valeria Frazier, sister vices are incomnfofa
Sleep on dear in Jesus. We Far from the flowery fields
love but the Master loves Alkin Hepburn and Philip Leonard Huston, grandson EVA GIBSON apart Mrs Rachel Thompson of
you, ,
you best. Wallace, grandsons and nephews and nieces who departed this life June 26, 'Tis the way that surely 5974 SW 67th St.,South Miami,
Family Mrs. Jean Scott 1968. leadethTo died June 23.Sur v Iv or s include -
Mr. and Mrs. Minnie Black Servant of God well done sister Catherine eight
Mother and FamilyIN CARD OF THANKSThe the master sacred heart. ,
Mr. and Mrs. Hansel The glorious war-fate's past He is gone, but shall never nephews and four nieces.Services -
family of the late Tasewell The battle's taught the race is be forgotten. are incomplete.
Mr. and Mrs. Lewis Carter and
won missed
Sadly
MEMORIAM Mrs. B. J. Black Thou art crowned at last. by Alonzo Pratt of 2070 All
Mr. and Mrs. Joe Bell Baba Ave., died June 21. Sur-
The
In memory of my dear son, Mr. and Mrs. Raymond Nellie Taylor and Family Family vivors include his wife Lillie
Morrison Bell two
; daughters Susie L.
"f'
and Olive; one sister Evelyn
IN MEMORIAM
f Addley three brothers Willie
CARD OF THANKSThe CARD OF THANKS ;
to memory of my dear hus- Issac and John. Services will

," < 1t band and our father, be held Saturday at Greater
: .. family of the late We the family of the late New Bethel Baptist Church.
"" wish to sincere thanks MR. ALLISON D. YANCIE
,, i express David Sanders of 14901 Lin-
.' ,1 and appreciation to our many coln Blvd., died June 23. Sur-
\" friends for their cards,letters would like to take this methodto vivors Include son Clinton

V8 1 telegrams, floral pieces and Fu A M thank our many friends for Dantly andbrother James

II' ;:41 other acts of kindness duringour their cards, letters, tele- Sanders. Services are incomplete -

bereavement. 1 grams and other acts of kind- j
LINDA MARIE GUNNING Special thanks to Rev. A.D. ness shown to us during our

whom God called to rest on Hall and members of EbenezerM. hour of bereavement. Es-

April 11, 1969,wish to expressour Church, the Range Funeral pecially do we thank Rev. Ira CARD OF THANKSThe
sincere thanks and appre- Home for their efficient service McCall for his comforting

ciation to our many friends, consoling words, Mrs. M. family of the late
neighbors, and relatives for Athalle Range and the Staff of
! LEROY E. MILLER the numerous cards, tele- The Family Range Funeral Home for their PERNELL WILLIAMSwish

who departed this life June 23, grams, floral pieces and prayer service. Again,thank you.May to
express our sincere
1968. bestowed upon us duringour YOUNG'SJohn God's riches blessings shine thanks and
appreciation to the
hours of JAMES DEMERITTwho
bereavement.
: but not forgotten.May upon each and everyone of you. friends
Gone many and
,
Special thanks to the Rev.L. departed this life June 10, neighbors
;< 'his soul rest in peace and perpetual Hightower of 15951 NW for their kindness during our
A. Thompson, Rahming Mrs. Lula Mae
Yancle
hIm. 1964.We ,wife
shine
light on 18th Ave.,Opa-locka died June bereavement.Thank .
11 Funeral Home, and Temple love you, but God loves Mrs. Lenora Square, sister
13 at Veterans
Hospital. Ser- best. you.
Baptist Church. you James
4 Mrs. Edith: Bethel, mother vices were held in the chapel Henry and Emory Mrs. Gussie Lattimore,
Virginia Gunning mother Yancle
brothers
i and the
and Family Saturday. The Family aunt and the Williams
and Family Yancie Family
Family
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THE MIAM! TIMES, Friday, June 27, 1969 23
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MEMORIAMIn of RANGEMrs. [Your Dog E

loving memory my Margo Lindsey of 572
dear husband, our father and NW 10th St., died June 21 at 0 NEIGHBORHOOD pI

grandfather Mt. Sinai Hospital. She is survived And YouBY J JI

by her husband Rufus;

four brothers, Charles, Fer- VINCE COOPE SERVICES QI

nanind, Rupert, and Alberto .L.-_______ \ I
Stewart two sisters Caroline -

Nembhard and Lucille S.Rod- First in a series of infor- enjoy a well trained dog even -. -. -- --- '
riguez and her mother mation he be trained to
Mrs. concerning dog own- though may ; LIBERTY CITY CHILD OPPORTUNITY CENTERAt
Rachel Stewart. Requiem ers. This week: attack. ni feeling develop when
Mass will be celebrated Sat- around a dog that cannot be
MEAN DOG OR PET their regular monthly parent activity for the month, the
urday, 10 a.m. at the Gesu controlled. parents enjoyed a "Night of Fun" during May. There were
Catholic Church, 118 NE Sec- First, let me say that now, There are a few"solutions"to games, music, and refreshments. The entire affair was planned -
ond St. Rosary Prayer Ser- the trend is toward mean dog make a dog mean. One is
financed, and carried out by our parents. There,were
vices will be held for protection.This Is well and feed him or red
Friday, Bp.m gunpowder beautiful
h prizes for the winners of the games.The"door-prize/'a
in the chapel. good, but if the dog has no peppers. This does not made a
bathroom ensemble, was won by Mrs.Mary Cannady, one
good but if the has it makes him irri-
dog no dog mean
Mrs. Ida Deshazlor of 15545 of our parents.The .
-a------ NW 158th St.Rd.,died June 20. training, the owner is setting table. Try eating a couple of Nutritionist Consultant has been having conferenceswith
MR. ALLEN B. PINDER She is survived by her hus- himself up for lawsuits. A red peppers each day for a few the parents of anemic children in the center They were

who departed this life June 22, band Charles; a daughter Mrs. vicious dog with no trainingis weeks. told what foods the children should eat to improve this condi-
a Another is feeding from a
animal.
very dangerous
1966. Frances 0. Knowles two
God called him .heaven to grandchildren, a sister;Irene Today we can have both a fork, this is very painful and tion.Mrs.. Manian and Mrs. Payne, two volunteers at our cen-
take his rest Ferguson. Services will beheld mean dog and a pet. Trainingis end results is a dog with a ter, have .been providing enrichment experiences for our

For here on earth he has done Saturday, 12:30 p.m. at most important because a sore mouth. children in a family setting. The experiences include trips to
his best. the Church Transfiguration. trained dog is a predictabledog. Obedience and protection beaches, zoos, amusement parks, swimming, lunch, etc. The
He went through trials and training is the only way to children enjoy these outings immensely.We are glad that Mrs. .
Loretha Jacobs Bushof I have achieve the end results of a
Mrs. seen dog owners who
stood the test. Manian and Mrs. Payne chose Liberty City COC to volunteer
2121 NW 68th Lane died June are proud of the fact that my mean dog and pet.
We love him but God loves him their services to.
.I best. 22 at her residence. She is dog is so mean no one can pet Next week: Hints on dog Graduation exercises were held Sunday, June 15. Guest
survived by her husband Oscar it", until the dog gets out and health. Questions may be
May he rest in peace. speaker was Lauranna Jones, one of our graduates parents.The .
and her parents Mr. and Mrs. bites the neighbors child. called to Coopers Canine Ser children and sponsors extend appreciation to everyonethat
Willie Henry Jacobs.Services Training is a must. People vice 691-2643.
Mrs. Irene Pinder, wife contributed towards making this program successful.The .
Rachel Perry and Rhoda will be held Saturday, 1 p.m. staff extends deepest sympathies to Miss Margaret

at Mt.Calvary Baptist Church. Liberty City Eagle's SeatZipp's Visconti, a former volunteer, in the loss of her mother and
Lowe
daughters
; Lebonand Sarah to ,Mrs. Lucinda Williams(parent) end little John Jr., in the
Edwin Finder Mrs. Yaeger of 749
sons; Pa- GoodsBy loss of her husband John Williams Sr.
NW 69th died 18 Sporting ,
tricia Ann Clifton, Wilhel- St., June at

mina, Bernard, Cassandraand Jackson Hospital. She is survived ARNOLD DAVIS
Shaunna Ray Perry by a son James Nowell; /n-Service .
The of Palmer line double CEP Has Workshop
Barry Sandy, and Lisa six grandchildren, her mo- Liberty City Eagles a down the
Lowe, grandchildren.IN ther Mrs. Addle Lamb.. Ser- the adult fast pitch league at right field line, George Walker -" Harold Oliver, executive which is geared to help staff
vices were held MondayatMt.Zion Grapeland Park whip Zipp's hit a blooper over second director of the Concentrated members to better help the
Baptist Church.Remains Sporting Good 7-1, behind the on the throw at the plate, and Employment Program, slow: residents of the area. '

MEMORIAMIn were shipped to Staten Island, two hit pitching of Charles later score on a single by ed down the operations of CEP Paul DeVan, Ernest Sprinkler
New York. (Donnie) Brown. Donnie Kelly, then walks to during the last week so that Jerry Mundel 'and Miss

loving and unfading me- We regret to announce the With two out in the first in- Grady Jones and Charles the entire staff could partici- Mary Henry helped the staff

mory of our dear brother, death of David King which oc- ning, the Eagles scored twice Brown and after Sam Rolle pate in week-long In-service of CEP in it's effort, and Oliver -
22 at Princess when Willie Amos single, struck out for the second out, training session. stated, "in order to ser
cured
June
James Hunt double and both Willie Amos hit a three run vice the residents of the model
Margret Hospital is survived, Nassau, i tuners holding at second and triple ending the scoring. Four experts in the field of cities area with the best the
by
Bahamas. He third, Arnold Davis single up Zipp's score their run on a manpower training came from staff must be duly qualified in
his wife Bernice;six sons,five the middle both wack and two back to Calif. to
Services will be scoring run- back Los Angeles, con- all phases of the manpower
daughters. ners. They added five more in doubles duct the training program' problems and solutions."
held at St. John Baptist Cathe- the fifth, after the first batter The Eagles are now tied for .
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dral in Nassau at 4 p.m. Sun- Sam Rolle filed out, Robert first with a 8-1 record. .
day, directed by Demerit Fun- See the Lady from the Land'of Miracles .,
eral Home.

SISTER DIANEWill

read your entire life without asking any

.BAIN'SRichard HAVE YOU BEEN TURNED DOWN BY AN questions, gives advice on all affairs of life

Smith of 343SW 6th INSURANCE COMPANY BECAUSE YOU such as Love, Courtship, Marriage, Law
ARE TOO OLD OR SUFFERING FROM
Ter., Homestead died June 22 Suits and Business Speculation. Tells you
at Baptist Hospital. Services SOME CHRONIC ILLNESS? WILL YOU Who and When you will marry. She never fails

SGT. CECIL HUYLERwho will be held Saturday at the HAVE ENOUGH MONEY TO PAY THE to reunite the Separated, cause ,Speedy and

departed this life on June Church of God of Prophecy in LAST EXPENSES? Happy Marriages, overcomes Enemies ,and

22, 1966. Homestead. Survivors include Universal pays its death claims the torn day deathJoin ,Bad Luck of all kinds. ,
The blow was sudden, his wife' Araline; four sons OCtusw TELLS YOUR LUCKY DAYS & NUMBERS

The shock severe, Richard Jr.; Herbert, U.N.C.A. Don't bt discouraged others dovetailed to help you.,
But deep in our hearts, Bertram and Eugene Smith; -
She doer what others claim to do. One visit will con.
You'll always be near. two daughters Ethelyn and Universal Christian Aid SocietyAND since you this gifted Spiritualist Medium Is superior
Loving and kind in all your Rosa; one sister Evelina of the to any reader you have ever consulted.
Bahamas and nine grandchild REST ASSURED THAT YOUR LAST
ways, With thin ad, you get a full I".'. reading for $2
Sincere and true in your heart ren. MEMORIAL EXPENSES WILL BE PAID.. ,PRI. VATE & CONFIDENTIAL READINGS DAILY'
and kind, "May you rest in James Robinson 10200SW CALL NOW. EVERYONEIS WELCOME .
peace". 174th Ter., Perrine died June Hour 9:00 a.m. to 9(00 p.m. dally I
18 at Jackson Hospital. Ser- 691-7669. : 14060 NW1th AVE 688-9128,
Mrs. Matilda Hyler;mother vices will be held Saturday, J
.
Mrs. Pettye Reaves, sister 2 p.m. at Refuge Church of 'J '

Mrs. Lucy Thomas, sister Christ in Perrine. Survivors

Mrs. Gloria Maycox, sister include his mother Hattie;one .
nieces and nephews brother Isaac; five sisters : "
Lucille, Albertha, Daisey M., ATTENTION! : ii' ;
qtr
Hattie M., and Louise. ,
Archie Johnson of 219 _

Washington Dr., died June 20 If You're From :
RICHARDSONServices at Jackson Hospital. Remains
will be shipped to Marshall-

for Mrs. Peggy vllle, Ga.Friday for final rites Georgiaor
Higgins Burden of 1754 NW and burial on Sunday. Survi- "'-

64th St., who died June 17 will vors include two sons Archie

be held Wednesday, June 25 in Jr. and John H.; one daughter West Florida "",-"',
the chapel. Survivors includeone Catherine Hall; three sisters ,
son Christiful; two daugh- Mary, Dora B., and Serllner; Ilf.J
j13i '
i ;
ters Patricia and Gale; and a 12 grandchildren. ,

cousin George Lewis. You are entitledto 1,.L:

Nathan Drummer of 1431 ...
NW 71 St died June 19 at Jack FRANCIS FUNERAL MR. LESTER ALBERT OWNER

son Hospital. Services will be HOME Special Death There are many funeral homes in the Miami

held Saturday in the chapel, funeral service.So .
inform the area, but there is only one
2 Survivors Include a This is to
p.m. hour of bereavement call . .
in
wife Evergreen; one son public that the Francis BenefitsFor your

Johnnie; three sisters Hattie,
Funeral Home is now
Car n e and McChaley; one No deserving poor refused
brother Willie; and nieces and temporarily located at
nephews. the Richardson Fune- further information House of AlbertWhere

ral Home, 4500 NW 17th
and ends
Daniel Brown of 171 NW 51 service begins never
St., died June 18 at VA hospital. Avenue. Mr. Franciscan THREE LOCATIONS TO SERVE' YOU

He is survived by two be contacted at
LIBERTY CITY OPA-LOCKA PERRINE
nieces Ruth Zanders and 1437 NW 56th St. Ph: Call 691-7661
MU 83311 238.8801IN
Marie Flauoders; one nephew 6916102. 691.7661
Leon. Services were held
Monday in the chapel.



24 THE MIAMI TIMES, Friday, June 27, 1969_
1
ST. AGNES STATE CONVENTION

: MT. TABOR'S DEACONS' DAYA
II Lambert L. Sands,rector Announcing the 51st Annual

SUCCESS Bryley Newton, reporterThe State Convention of the Churchof

ti Rev. James W.Hendon,pastor Among our many out of town Episcopal Churchmen God of Prophecy South

Wilhelmina Sands, reporter visitors were: Deacon Bruce No. 2 wish to thank the mem- Florida to be held at 60th St.

Mt. Tabor celebrated its annual Revels, Deacon Hozie McKen- bers and their friends for their NW 22nd Ave. Miami,June 25-

Deacons' Day Sunday at zie, Mrs. Thomas Weems, generous support in making 29. There will be service Wed-

I 10' 3 p.m. Highlights of the pro- Cleveland, Ohio. Mrs. Leola their first annual Father's nesdav and Thursday night

,( gram were the ordination of Bailey and Mrs. Mildred Gant, Day Musicale a success. Friday afternoon and night.

Misters Nathaniel Norwood, Sandusky, Ohio. The sympathy of all of us Saturday afternoon and night

Charles Sands and LeeSallinsto Pray for the sick and shut- goes out to Mr. and Mrs. and all day Sunday.

the ministry of deacons,and in. Visitors are always welcome Harold Sawyer whose niece Bishop M. T. Linkous State

the raising of 22236. The Marjorie Sawyer Char low died Overseer will preside. Spec-

Chairman extends his sincere tl't WOU 3n fflfjurrlj u11 Sunday, June 15 in New York. ial guest from General head-
1a&i quarters will be Bishop Ben-
thanks to the many friends and I Vestry meeting will be held

members who helped to make MEMORIAL TEMPLE Tuesday, July IIn the vestry jamin Lawrence secretary

this program a success. SHILOH I ANTIOCH room of the Parish Hall. Homer Mission Dept., Cleve-

Rev. Thomas Weems, pas- Rev. L C. Mickins,pastor The Parish Guild presents"A land Tenn. Everyone is invited

tor New Bethel Baptist Church Lucille Beckett, reporterThe Rev A, M. Griffin,pastor Rev. P. W. Wiggins,pastor Soul Shipwreck Dance" on to attend.JORDAN.

Cleveland, Ohio was the public is cordially Invited Cheryl English, reporterThe Dinettie Cobb, reporter Friday at 10 p.m.in the parish

speaker at the morning worship to attend the dedication pastor asking the entire Remember BTU every Sun- hall, donation $1. GROVII
at
,services of our church beginning church to go with him day 5:30p.m. Our summer schedule of

June 30 July 13. Sunday at 7 p.m. to New Hope Anyone interested in join-' services will begin on the first
ing the Sr. Society are askedto I Rev. Douglas Cook,pastor
Monday, June 30, at 8 p.m. Baptist Church Rev. W. E. Sunday in July and run through
PROVIDENCE Eddie Gilbert reporterOur
attend the ,
Rev., W. K. Smith pastor of Sims, pastor. meetings everyMonday the last Sunday in September.The Youth held last

Rev. C. J. Burney, pastor Greater New Bethel Baptist Sunday, the No. 1 Choir is at 7 p.m. hour of service will be Day,
successful. The
The Jr. Ushers' will Sunday, was
I.1 Arsula Edwards, reporterOur Church of Opa-locka is guest having a Fellowship Programat spon- 8 a.m. Holy Communion.
sor "A Day In Paradise" at youth raised a total$446.35.
3 Elder will be
pastor will preach Fri- speaker, Mrs. Cora Reid, p.m. Coney
the Crandon Park, Saturday, June Winners were: first, Jr. Ush-
guest speaker. Everyoneis
at 9 In the Ministersand host.
day
p.m. 28, from 8 a.m. to4 p.m.Anyone MT. SINAI ers' Board, $100; second,
invited to out and fellowship
Deacons Union, working Tuesday,July 1 at 8 p.m.Rev.L. come -
.
interested in going can 1 Youth Choir, $55; third, Jr.
under the Jurisdiction of the A. 'Thompson, pastor of with us.. Rev Cleo Albury, pastorB.
contact Sis. Robinson at 633- Choir $42.75 and fourth,Red
;
The No. 2 Ushers' Board is
Seaboard Baptist Associationof Temple Baptist Church is Boney, reporterThe
5717.
Circle
FloridaRev.W.H.Ed guest speaker Mrs. Roma sponsoring a Hay Ride to Virginia Pastor's Aide Club $40.75.
,
There will be a dinner sale On Sunday at 3 p.m.the New
wards moderator now in ses- Hutchinson bost.Wednesday Key Beach, Friday even- members and the pastor wish
,
at the home of Sis. E. Brown Way of Life Badge No. 47 will
sion at Greater New Bethel July 2 p.m.Rev ing, June 27. Truck leaves the 575 NW 52nd in ,, to thank all who helped to make
St. behalf of celebrate their anniversaryatJordan
Baptist Church, 1981 Lincoln J.E.Jenkins pastor of Friend- church at 7:30.: Donation; students the BTU its first anniversary a success is
on Saturday at 6p.m. Grove. The public
Ave, Opa-locka, Rev. W. K. ship Baptist Church is guest 75 adults $1, couples The No. 2 Choir is sponsor invited
Smith, pastor. June 26-29. speaker, Mrs. Cleolia Crews, $1. Everyone is invited and The Thanksgiving Committee -
ing a
membership drive.Any- Let us remember the sick
A song festival at Edison Sr. host. refreshments free. one interested is in charge of the regular
in Joining and destitute in our prayers.
High School auditorium,spon- Thursday, July 3 8 p.m. Rev.P. Let us not forget to visit should attend the meeting this worship services Sunday nightat

sored by Choir No 2 of New .D.Brantley pastor of Israel and pray for the sick and shut- Friday at 8 p.m.Remember 7 p.m. A Musical will be

Providence, will be held Sun- Bethel Baptist Church is guest in. to pray for the in store for everyone.. FIRST BAPTISTRev.

day at 2 p.m. in behalf of our speaker, Mrs. Laura Brown, sick, shut-ins and men on the The Pulpit Aid Club's

church building fund.Donation host. NEW HOPE battlefield everywhere. monthly meeting will be held W, M. Davis, pastor

$1. Everyone is Invited. at the home of Bro. Daniel. Donella Turner, reporterThe

Bible class and prayer ser- GREATER NEWMACEDONIA Rev. W. E. Sims, pastor Major, 1535 NW 41st Street, Youth of First Baptist

vice Tuesday at 7:30p.m.Con- Elaine Gilbert. reporter NEW BETHEL Sunday at 3 p.m. Visitors and will climax their Youth Day

secration hour of prayer each The Rev John A.: Ferguson Joiners welcome. Sunday. The morning speakerwill

Sunday at 5 a.m. Continue in Rev. Roscoe Jackson,pastor and congregation from Second Rev. Ernest Williams, pastor Condolences to the families be Veronica Bowens. Mt.
Alice
for those who sick Richmond Harris, reporterOn of Willie B. Jackson and Corrine
prayer are Willie J. Beard, reporter Baptist, Heightswill Sinai Baptist Church Choir
shut-in and bereaved. Special recognition to the have charge of the 3 p.m. Sunday evening our pas- Roberts. will be the guest choir for the
tor will
the
senior members of our service and Rev. A. M. Grif- bring closing mes- To our sick, shut-ins and morning. Anthony Stuart will
at the Ministers and
i fin from Shiloh Baptist Church sage Deacons bereaved families "Just keepon be the evening speaker.Greater -
ST. PAULRev. church: Cynthia Rozier, EddieL. Union at West Palm
and congregation will close out praying." New Bethel Baptist Church
Jackson Mamie Green and
.
Beach. The bus will leave the
'. T. C. Kelley, Pastor Betty Ford; Johnny Nixson, the service at 7 p.m. Everyone church at 3:30 p.m.There will Choir will be the guest choir.

Mary Amos, reporterThe Anthony Jeffords, Luther is cordially Invited. be services To all our visitors, you are

Missionary Society invites Cochran, John Lumpkin and On June 26 the Rev. A. L. morning contest between Sunday.The Rev.. NEW HOPERev. always welcome to worshipwith

' everyone to come out and David Robinson Jr. Shipp and congregation will us, and to the sick and
Stuart of St. Mary's and our H. C.Samuels
enjoy Missionary Sunday with There will be a sale partyat be in charge of the service held pastor will terminate at New Patricia ,pastor shut-ins may you have a.

them. The morning speakerwill the home of Deacon and Sis. at the church. This is behalf Bethel Gowen, reporterWe speedy recovery.
on Friday at 8 have
Just returned from
p.m.
of of the "Triple CrownAffair.
be Miss Florin Jones
Vandell Bovan 821 NW 66th
The Grand United Order of Primitive
Tampa. Miss Jones is a public St. On June 27, the youth of the Baptist SundayS
Saturday night sponsored -
Pallbearers shall hold
their c h 001 convention where we
school teacher and recently by Choir No. 1. church have a program plan- memorial services here NEW MT.. MORIAH
had a time both
worked with the YWCA. Plan On Sunday from 4-6 ned for your enjoyment.Let great spiri-

now to come out and hear her. the Junior Church will p.m. us not forget to pray Thursday at 7 p.m. The No. tually and financially.The Rev. A. L. Shipp, pastor
sponsora
1 and 2 Ushers' Board and the
Choir No. 1 wish to thank Fashionette Tea at the for our sick and shutins.KELLY'S pastor, members and Evelyn Souter, reporterThe
Cathedral Choir will
render friends wish to
welcome home
their many members and church. pastor is asking the

friends who helped to make The Annual Battle of Songs CHAPEL service. from the services Pvt. Major church to accompany him tonight -
their 40th Please pray for world Rollins. Pvt. Rollins preachedhis (Thursday) at 8 to
anniversary a suc- between the No.2 Choir of New p.m.
peace, for our sick and shut- trial sermon on Sunday;
cess. Macedonia and 2 Butler New Hope Baptist Church,
No. Choir of Roy W. H. ,pastor ins. will
Remember the Mid- Greater New Bethel will be Marie Carr, reporterThe He preach again Wednes- Rev. W, E. Sims, pastor.

Summer Sip at the home of held on the second Sunday in MYF is sponsoring a day, June 25. Choir No. 2 will sponsor a

Mr. and Mrs. Andrew given July at New Macedonia.BROWNSVILLE Fashion Show entitled "Wear ST. MARY'SRev. Our get well wishes to Willie Musical program next Sundayat

by Ushers' Board No. 1. Your Thane' on the second Phillips and Deacon Bus- 7:30 p.m.

Say a prayer for our sick and Sunday in August. The show H. V. Stuart, pastor ter Reed. Please pray for the This Saturday at 4 p.m. Miss
BAPTIST The Women's Day Chair- sick, shut-ins and bereaved Florence Jenkins and
shut-in and pray for their recovery will feature formal, semi- Mr.CarlW.
man Sister Gladys Wallace and everywhere. Visitors are always Lee will be wedded.
Reception
formal and
Rev F. L.Johnson,pastor sports wear plus
Elizabeth Wright reporterOur others. The show will be held her co-workers will begin their welcome. will follow at the home of
sales every Saturday starting Mr. and Mrs. Vincent Lee
Youth Day on last Sun at Bonded Rental Agency from ,Jr.
CHRISTIAN VALLEYElder June 28. Dinners will be served 1500 NW 91st St.
4-6 and the tickets $1.
We are
day was a success. were CITYWIDE REVIVALCome
at 12 For
beginning noon. Please for
pray world
The Hallandale Spiritual
delighted to have as our guest
A. Ford, pastor speaker the Rev. Thompsonof Singers will render a musical delivery call 758..1601.Don't let us return unto the peace. Visitors are always
the contest be-
Blondie Higgins, reporter New York City. Serviceswere program on the secondSundayin forget Lord: Hosea 6:1. welcome.

5431 Mayo St., HollywoodThe also rendered by Rev.Cherry July.Bring a friend and your tween our pastor and Rev. A great healing and soul
Williams which will climax
Ministers and Deacons shouting shoes. saving campaign will
and congregation of begin BAHA'IS OF MIAMIMr.
Friday June 27 at New Bethel
Union of the True Church of ,
Antioch M. B. Church, New There will be a Fashion Tea Sunday, July 13, at the Gar-
God in Unity will convene in Liberty City. Sunday from 4-6 p.m.,spon- Baptist Church at 8 p.m. All den of Prayer, 5426 NW 7th
members asked to
are
reportfor
Goulds this Saturday night We are now in the processof sored by W.S.G. of Kelly's Ave., with one of the city's Artemus Lamb, Baha'i
tickets to Wal-
Sunday on Kanlan Drive, El- raising funds for our Men's Chapel.Door donation.You and your Bro. greatest evangelist as the pioneer teacher who has spent

der Logan, pastor ruling, El- Day. Have you purchased your yours are invited. lace or Bro. Duncombe.are conductor. Come and see the the last 25 years teaching the
Our sick members Sis.
der A. Ford, presiding.This ticket for the color TV? Con Lord work.There will be healing Faith in South America and

Sunday night there will tact any member of the church.On Trotman in Cedars of Lebanon for the body and salvationfor Central America, will be visiting -

be a musical program at Sunday night at 8:00 there ZION HOPE and Sis. Sands. Let us con the soul. Everyone is welcome with the Baha'is of Miamion
tinue to and visit them.
Christian Valley featuring the will be a song battle featur- pray regardless of race, Wednesday, July 2, at the

'Male Chorus of Ft.Lauderdaleand ing the Sensational Sons of Rev. Paul Freeman, pastor color or creed. home of Miss Ida Solomon,

others. Jericho, the Mighty Golden- Bessie Williams, reporter Elder J. Davis, pastor and secretary, 137 NW 11th Ave.

Pray for the sick and shut- aires of Macon, Ga. and the AU who have tickets for the MT. CALVARY Miss Odessa Harris is reporter. Mr. Lamb, who has been living -

ins. popular Golden Stars of Cor- trip to Nassau or the waffle in Merida.. Yucatan.. is a
,e dele, Ga. Admission $1. tray are asked to see Sis. Mary Rev. Atchison,pastor member of the- Continental- - "I

To the sick and shut-ins. Green before or by Saturday, Phyllis Beal, reporterThe CHRISTIAN Board of Counsellors for the j
BIBLE CHURCH
at 5:00. The lucky name will women would like to Baha'is
of
Trials and hardships are the Central America.
be chosen thank everyone who helped to MISSIONARYRev. j
for these two items.
He
will be
i common lot of all men. Our attending a board
Bishop E. E. Rahming, pastor prayers are extended to you. In behalf of Ushers' Board No. make their Women's Day a O. D. Williams,pastor meeting in Port-au-Prince, j

Shirley Cooper, reporter l's anniversary. success. Special thanks to our Charlene Crume, reporter Haiti on July 46. :

On Friday our union service Monday, June 30, Rev. An- morning speaker Mrs. S. On Wednesday night Rev.R. i

will begin at 8 p.m. The Missionaries GRACERev. drew Jackson will preach in Holley and Mrs.: Cynthia Calhoun will speak behalf of

will be in charge of W. F. Savoy, pastorAt behalf of Ushers' No. l's an- Knowles our evening pseaker.Our No. 2 Ushers' Board.

the service. It will be held at 7 p.m. for the next five niversary. The entire publicis queen for the year 6970is On June 27, Rev. Williams ANNOUNCEMENTThe

Elder Thorton's Church be- Sunday evenings, learning to invited to come out and help Mrs. Kelly. will speak at Greater New

tween 66th St. and 20th Ave. become winning Christian wit. them make their program a There will be baptismal Bethel Baptist Church, Rev. C Lord C's will cele-

On Sunday the union will cli- nesses. This is for both adults success. Sponsored by Sister services at the church Sunday. W. K. Smith, pastor. On Sun- brate their 16th anniversary

max with a musical program and youth. Please come early, Gladys Johnson and Sis. Ruth Please pray for the sick and day the Little Shadow Gospel Sunday at Greater St. PaulA

rendered by the youth. It will so that we can get down to Flowers. shut-in. Mother Julia Blake Is Singers will render a programin ME at 2:30. The church is

< be held at 1577 NW 70th St. business on time. By the way, Remember the sick, shutin sick at Christian Hospital in behalf of the building fund located on the corner of Douglas -

We are praying for the sick whom have you won to Christ , and members of bereaved room 24. Mrs. .'Williams. Let us all Join hands and Road and Thomas Avenue

and snot-to. recently? families in your prayers. is at home. pray for world peace. The public Is Invited. I I f



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THE MIAMI TIMES, Friday, June 27, 1969 25



Jehovah's Witnesses Lily of White our former NewsTwo members Florida Morticians Close Annual'

Headed For AtlantaJehovah's Miss Bettye Howard and I II
James McGruder are home

Witnesses from world in recent years,"Jones- from college.Miss Howard attends Meet In St. Petersburg
Miami will hear top officials college In the state of -

from the organization's world said.He pointed out that up to New York, while Mr. McGruder The 45th Annual Florida derstanding". Guesfspeakers Womens Auxiliary,Mrs.Alice

headquarters when they attend 1958, international con- is attending Howard Uni- Morticians Association Convention included, Mrs. Robbie E. Ray, president of the Women's
eight-day "Peace versity. Miss Paulette Alex- was held at the Port- addressed the Convention
an on ventions of Jehovah's Wit- Weaver, executive secretary, Auxiliary -
Earth" assembly in Atlanta nesses could be held In a single ander will be leaving for Yel- 0-hotel, Tierra Verde Island, State Board of FuneralDirectors followed by an ad-
July 6-13. city. One that year In New York low Springs, Ohio for Antioch St. Petersburg, June 16-19. and Embalmers for dress by Mr. W. J. Bruton,
jack Jones, presiding min- attracted 253,000 delegates. College. We extend congratu- Local hosts for the convention Florida; Rev. H. McNeal president of the Florida Mor-

ister of the Southwest congre- But this year, Jones said,it lations to all of our young folk, were congratulated by all who Harris, Rev.E.D.Davis,Mrs. ticians Association, Inc.
gation of Jehovah's witnesses, is taking 25 cities to handle the and we hope the greatest suc- attended the sessions. Mrs. W. June Abrams, Atty. C. Officers elected by mem-

said program plans have been increased number of Witnesses. cess to you all. Mary McRae was chairman of Bette Wlmbish, and among the bers of the association were:
announced and the local Mr. James McGruder Sr. the Convention Committee President Bruton Or-
group While 45,000 are expected highlights of the conventionwas W. J. ,
has completed plans for attending in Atlanta, up to 60,000are- has for been him hospitalized,we hope assisted by Mr. Robert Creal, a panel discussion with lando; Executive Secre-

the International Con- expected in Los Angeles, 40-, combined a speedy recovery.A Mrs. Irvin Sanchez and Mr. Mr. H. B. Pinkney as moder- tary A. L.Cunningham,Ocala;
of all
vention in Atlanta Stadium. 000 in Buffalo meeting Monroe McRae, all of St. ator, and Misses Katie Bat- Treasurer Clarence P. Wilson -
N. Y.
40,000in
Juniors held 21
was June at the
N. H. Knorr, president of Vancouver, and similar home of conductor Juanita Petersburg.The son, Briggette New-Kirk,June Tampa; Auditor Roderick
the Watchtower Bible and throngs in Johnson and Bobbette Clark Stevens, West Palm Beach;
New
York
City, M c C Iou d. Many interestingfacts
Tract Society the headquarters convention theme was Sergeant-At-Arms Arnold
Pomona, Calif., Kansas City discussed includ- serving as members of the
agency of Jehovah's Witnesses and Chicago were "Protest and Social Change panel Dorsey, Gainesville; Parlia-
based in New York Seventeen other conventionsare ing plans for the July anni- A Case for Action Thru Un- In a Joint session with the mentarian L. R. Sears, Ft.

City, will lead the convention versary. -' Myers; Chaplain W. K.Gor-
planned abroad with 120-
,
speakers. F. W. Franz, vice- 000 Happy birthday to Anthony don, Tampa; Director of Public
president, and Grant Suiter, expected at Nuremberg, Mortimer, son of Mrs. Mer- r- j jI Relations, William .Bry1.$
Germany where
Just 25
years lene Mortimer. Mr. and Mrs.
-l I ant Tampa Editor of the
Secretary Treasurer will ;
also appear. ago 000 there Jehovah's were fewer Witnesses than 10-, William Fuller (Eula) were I Masons Have National | Journal, J. Maxwell Charlow,
-- dinner guest at the McCloud's.
Sunday -
talk Franz at the will convention.deliver the His main pub- and Hitler's they concentration were prisoners in Conference Here Plant Executive City. Committee:
camps. Juanita McCloud
lic Bible lecture will be entitled reporter. Collins W. Duncan, Gainesville -

"The Approaching Peaceof The program at all these The York-Rite Masons and the Queen's Contest will be chairman;ClydeA.Dab-
a Thousand Years." conventions will be the same ( CHRISTIAN SCIENCE affiliated bodies: Holy Royal held. ney, Leesburg; Eugene Ste-

"For many, It will! be the according to Jones. "We look Arch Masons, Heroines of Sunday, at 6 p.m. the pa- vens, Hallandale; Joseph
first opportunity to hear these forward to receiving valuable Fifth Church of Christ Jericho, Knight-Templars, rade begins at the hotel's W. Duncan, Gainesville;
officials who have directed instruction to assist us in our Scientist, 1600 NW 54th St., Order of Cyrenes, and Hero- parking lot. The parade will James Davis, Jacksonville;
amazing expansion of Je- Christian ministry here in welcomes all Sunday services ine Templar Crusades will proceed on NW 3rd Street to Victor J.Bain,Coconut Grove;
hovah's Witnesses around the Miami." at 11 a.m. Sunday school is hold their National General NW 3rd Avenue to NW 8th St. Mrs. Mary McRae,St.Peters-
also at 11 a.m. In the Sunday Conference here at the New to Greater Bethel AME Church burg; Mrs. Preston M.Pughsley -

School room.Wednesdayevening Everglades Hotel, June 28 where memorial service will Tampa; Robert Stevens,
TEMPLEThe SOUTH DADE NEWSThe Testimonial service. July 2. The public is invitedto be held. The Rev. Edward T. West Palm Beach; John Reed,
These services are open to the attend.On Graham will be the speaker. Jr., Pensacola; E. Marlon
Sunday School is sponsoring chairmen of the annual public. Monday, June 30,the an- Service begins at 7 p.m sharp. Evans, Brooksville; Max
a "Bus Ride"this Fri- Men's Day of Mt. The subject of the radio Starks Orlando Eunice
program naul banquet is scheduled for Tuesday 8:30 p.m. sight- ; I.
day. The bus will leave the Moriah Baptist Church wish heard radio sta- Wilson Sanford C..W.Seniors
that
program over 7 p.m. At 10 p.m. same seeing and boat ride. The boat ; -
church, 1723 NW 3rd Ave. at to thank all their membersand tion WMBM at 1:45 will Sarasota and J.'L. Williams
Sunday night, the Keystone Ball be leaves the new city dock be- ; -
8 p.m. and will go on a tour. friends who helped to make p.m. is "The Love that Makes held. Both of these affairs are hind Bayfront Park audi- Plant City
Donation $1. See Greater Men's Day a success. Special Free". semi-formal. Tickets may torium. The executive committee -
Miami while you enjoy a summer thanks to our speakers Milton be purchased at the registration scheduled it's next meet-

evening. Jones andRufus Grant.Amount GRAND OPENINGThe booth at the New Ever- All members are urgently Ing for September 9, 1969 at
The No. 2 Choir and others raised $2,933.43.Michelle glades Hotel or from any participating requested to take park in aU West Palm Beach.
will go to Mt. Zion Baptist Cooper, daughterof dedication services of member. All meet- the atfairs. The public is es-

Church, West Palm Beach, to Mr. and Mrs. Arthur Cooper the Garden of Prayer True ings will be held at the hotel. pecially invited to participatein
render service at the morning Jetted to Hartford,Conn on, Holiness Church of Christ located On Saturday night at 8:30. all public affairs.ANNOUNCEMENT. SewingMachine
session of the Ministers' and Saturday to spend the summer at 5426NW 7th Ave.,will 1

Deacons' Union of Atlantic with her aunt and uncle, Mr. convene Monday June 30Fri-

Coast Baptist Association. and Mrs. Harry Tappin, Jr. day July 11. Some of Miami's
Bus leaves the church at 9 a.m. Audrey Hadley celebratedher greatest preachers and sing- k I Carver 1

The Men's Day dinner that 14th birthday with a party ers will be taking part in these Repair SpecialWe
was planned for this week,will Saturday night at'her Rich- services. Service nightlyat < Reaches

be on Saturday, July 5. The mond Heights home. 7:30. The public is invited. There will be an honorary will

chairman, co-chairman and On Saturday, July 12, Imo- Elder J. Davis, founder and News' program given behalf of Mr. clean oil
captains wish to remind every gene Washington will becomethe pastor. f John Gibson, president of the ,
loyal Templeite this is the bride of Walter Bowman. By Walter Bow Miami Beach Municipal Em- and adjust S
.
"home run' for Men's Day. The wedding will take place at ployees Union AFL-CIO local your sewing 2

They expect every one to run! 8 p.m. at 10050 SW 176th St. PLEASANT Mrs. Freddie Mae Craig, 1554, June 28 at the Jewish i machine

'Twas good to see Mr. Ed Rev. W. C. Edcar, officiating. Rev. A. H. Lockett, pastorA. chairman of Women's ylast Cultural Center at .4 p.m. in in
Darlin in service on last Sunday Miami Beach. This is being
M. Hollimon, reporterThe Sunday at New Macedonia Baptist
morning. He has been on your home.
sponsored by the Federation
DRAKERev. members and friends of Church In West Hollywood,
the sick list for more than two Brotherhood of Miami of
the kind and loving gentleman, wish to thank everyone who
months, but is convalescing. which Mr. Leon Earl is presi Call
observed AppreciationNight" helped to make the programa
W. F. Dunn pastorN.
Mr. and Mrs. Norris ,
Light- dent. The is
public invited. 864-4309
bourn had their new home T. Green, reporter on last Friday. success. Thanks to the co-
dedicated last afternoon The president of the choir, Come out and worship withus chairman Mrs. Mamie Mike
Sunday Sister Effie Williams and all this Sunday, you will be for a great Job.Rev.A.Cooper .
With the officia-
pastor the members,thank the church glad you did. is pastor. YOU
ting, the prayer was offered by
The Commander of VFW
and friends for helping them
the Rev. D. Pinder. A num- o Post No. 8195 will attend the ..
make Choir
Day a success.
ber of friends were present. ST. BARNABASOn ARE
The pastor was happy to State Convention in Jacksonville -
Miss Mamie Hicks and Mr.
have Mrs. Mildred Cherry, his June 29 we will observe Also officers and mem-
Paul Deveaux in ;
were Joined INVITED Us
matrimony cousin of Cincinnati, to wor- Youth Day. Speakers for the bers will attend. The president L f

the Rev. L. Sunday A. Thompson afternoon officiating -, ship with him on Sunday. morning worship are Cynthia of the Ladies Auxiliary ' TO ATTEND
Johnson will also attend the-conven- -
Sunday is our MissionaryDay. Ellington Bain and
MIAMI FLA.'SLARGEST
Let us come out and help Andrea Lawrence. At 3 p.m. tion.The w
our president,Sister Copeland there will be a program en- Fire Dept. of Carver AND

COMMUNITY BAPTIST and members of the MiSsionary "Behold the bridegroom Ranches meets' every Monday E' FASTEST GROWING
Society take cheer to our cometh". We will also have night at 8:00 at,the firehouse. DELIVERANCE'Rev.
.
sick and shut-ins. the crowning of Miss St. Bar- Members please be present., 4 '
Rev. B. L. Mack pastor CHURCH'
nabas; On the sick list are Mrs. Milton Baker
Robbie K. Dailey, reporterThe Walter Blatch at home. Mrs.

No. 1 Choir will render MILLROCKRev. FIRST CATHEDRAL Sarah Days' has been on the fIRST fAITH CA THEDRAL

song service for Rev. Alkens A.Jackson,pastor Altherla Williams, overseer sick list for a few weeks, we

Friday at 7:30 p.m.at the Min E. Jackson, reporterThe Willie Ann Crum, reporterThe wish them a speedy recovery.
isters' and Deacons' Union in pastor will preach the pastor wish to thank the I 2610 N.W. 36 ,St.
Opa-locka. 7 p.m. sermon Saturday in the officers and members for
Mr. and Mrs. Monroe Smith Greater Union in Marathan their donations on her Appre- LUCY SYLVIAJUST Phone 6332469HEAR
Florida at the New Mt. Zion ciation Day.Meditation. FROMBROOKLYN
are happy that their son, Jodyis ,N.Y.,
Baptist Church. hour at 6a.m.
out of the hospital, thanksto Please and this ON RADIO WRIZ 1550 ON DIAL
There will be a program Pray for our sick and shut-, come IM
for their
everyone prayers. Tuesday, July 1 in behalf of in. great gifted woman. Jilt 7:30 8:00 a.m. Sunday morning

the women's day, sponsored ont viiit will solve all your 8:45 10 a.m.-Monday thru Friday morning
1 ST. LUKERev. by the church. We are askingall SPECIAL probltnt. Bring your car

visitors to come again for notes, bring your mortgage
P.'W.Williams,pastor we always enjoy you all. Don't ANNOUNCEMENTAll paymtnti. All finance' SEE & HEAR REV. BAKER
Kathleen Streeter reporterThe token core of in day
forget to come to church and churches, clubs, one
Men's Day Committee have your faith lifted. Don't etc. interested in hav- DON'T MISS THIS SUNDAY 11 A.M.
would like to thank those who
forget to pray for the sick and OPPORTUNITY
made their annual Men's Daya shut-in. ing souvenir programs
success Special thanksto printed must have the 4144 NW 16th AVENUE AND 7:30 P.M.

the morning speaker Rev. typewritten or printed PHONE: 6346836IN
K. C. Bass of Pensacola. WALK-IN DAY copin the Miami I I
Please don't forget to pray MIAMI, FLORIDA
office
for our sick and bereaved There will be a walk-in Sun- Times 2 weeksin Fromf JOIN THE CROWDS AND WORSHIP

members of the church. You day at Temple Deliverence, advance to the dateof 10 A.M. JUNE 26, 1969 WITH THE HAPPY HUNDREDS
are Invited to worship with us 1046 NW 2nd Ave. Come get the activity. Until MONDAY, JUNE 30

at 1790 NW 55th St. your blessing 4-6 p.m. .



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II 1 : A CALL TO ACTION


The National Urban League has submitted to President Nixon Under the affidavit system, need is the sole measure of lies'on the wages they get.
recommendations on the urban and racial crisis.In entitlement and arbitrary requirements based on age, family Moreover, out of the 34 million people in this country who
its totality, this document is a summary of every racial composition, degree of disability, presumption of income not are known to be poor, only eight million receive public as- I
issue in America and possible solutions. For this reason, we actually available to the applicant, etc.,are abandoned.Use of sistance. Three-q rters of the poor do not receive any kind :
would like to share with our readers the Urban League's posi- the affidavit would also permit immediate emergency aid as of public assistance whatsoever. Most .of them.are unaware of
tion on the problems that confronts every black American -- required in individual instances. the availability of public assistance. Others stumble over ad-
racism and the effects of racism. We urgently recommend that a minimum standard for pub- ministrative obstacles placed in their way.
Because of the length of the recommendations, "A Call to lic assistance payments be established below which no state In short, public assistance programs are so low and so un-
Action" is being printed weekly in six parts. Today's articleis may fall. At present, half the states are failing to meet even evenly distributed that the Government is, by its own stan-
the fifth in this series. their own minimum welfare standards and discrepencies dards, a major source of continuing poverty.
among the states are appalling.In Large numbers of those in desperate need, including many

WELFAREThe 1966, for instance, the average monthly payment for a children, are denied even minimal aid by arbitrary eligibility
person under the aid to dependent children program was $50.83in requirements having no bearing on need. In most states, the

public welfare system,in the view of the National Urban New York, but only $7.90 in Mississippi. methods for determining eligibility confusing, onerous and

League, is obsolete, punitive, ineffective,inefficient and bank- Certain basic facts about the poor are rarely recognized.Of demeaning for the applicant, complex time-consuming for
rupt, serving largely to institutionalize just those social ills the 34 million Americans living in poverty, most are either the case worker and incompatible with the concept of assis-
it is theoretically designed to combat.We too young or too old to work. About 40 percent are children tance as a legal right. The,lack of adequate social services
believe that certain essential changes should be made and almost 20 percent are aged. within the system fosters the perpetuation of social ills
r". in the public welfare system now, pending its replacement by Among the able-bodied adults in this country whoare poor, Neither the war on poverty nor achievement of the long
an effective system of Income maintenance at the earliest most work full or part time.These are the working poor. Thisis range goals implicit in present efforts can succeed as long as
feasible date. We strongly urge the immediate adoption of two a critical point. Their problem is not a lack of energy the basic guarantees of a practical minimum level of social I
steps aimed at overcoming its most glaring weaknesses. Initiative or application, but a lack of skills combined with protection are not assured for all. rt\

First, public assistance should be based upon a single cri- wage scales for the unskilled which simply do not supportlife
terion: need. We fervently hope that the affidavit system for or a family. INCOME MAINTENANCE ,
-establishing eligibility as recommended by the Departmentof Among the working poor, blacks are more likely than othersto
Health, Education and Welfare will go into effect Imme- be working full time. They constitute a disproportionate In the absence of sufficient jobs at liveable wages in either :
diately. number of the working poor. They cannot support their fami- the public or private sectors, and bearing in mind that there ;
are both an irreducible number of those who can't or shouldn't
work and a multitude who, though working full time, are still i
league of District Councils poor, the National Urban League believes that the one prompt, 11\
I effective and certain solution to the problem of poverty in an \
affluent society is to provide everyone with a minimum in-

Elect OfficersThe come.
Nothing is quite so certain to provide antidote to poverty "
,
as the provision of definite and dependable income.
League District black people in Dade County other problem that the mem- Alfredo Toledo resides in Numerous arguments are raised against this solution.
Councils, sponsored by the together in organized units,to bers of each group decide are Carol City and is with the Internal Foremost is the assertion that it would destroy individual
Urban League, elected officers become a strong,united group, areas of concern. Revenue Dept. First centive. Yet nothing is more certain than that we now have a
at their second meeting.The working to bring about changesin The first effort undertakenby vice president Kelly E.Brown welfare system mat could not be better designed to destroy

problems that are commonto the newly organized district lives in Opa-locka. incentives if it had been planned for that specific purpose.It .
organization consists of all black people. council was to appear to.'"re Secretary A. Dillard is a is almost as if our present programs of public assistancehad t
representatives of recently The League of District the County Coramlsslja: in Brownsville resident. Treasurer been consciously contrived to perpetuate the conditions I
formed area councils in all of Councils will coordinate the support of the open-occupancy .I Ma well Bethel also livesin they are supposed to alleviate.
Miami's black ghettos, from activities of the area councils. housing ordinance.The Brownsville. The National Urban League is preparing a detailed proposal I
Perrine to Opa-locka. Task Forces are being form- next projects will be to The other vice presidentsare for a four-part approach to a comprehensive system of income

ed to work on areas of educa- support the recommendations Ola Mae Murell, Perrine; maintenance, based on existing precedents and to be introduced -
The purpose of the area tion, employment, housing, dealing with school integration Phylis Taylor,Coconut Grove; into the economy on a staggered timetable.We .
'- councils, as designed by the health and welfare, police- presently being prepared for Alberta Lingo, Liberty City, are assured that our approach is fiscally sound and we
Urban League, is to bring all community relations, and any presentation to the school Mary Bolden, Brownsville, will make the full proposal available to the new Administrationat

1.. board. and James Royal, SND, Parliamentarian an early date.
Newly elected president, Next week "Family Planning"
.


A Call 'It-Housing Ordinance



Color It-Real Freedom 'fn Housing ChoiceRead


these words: har- ple talking about why Dade vised and ready for operation, the act. Meanwhile, the Lea-
rassment, unfair discriminatory County'needed a housing ordinance the Urban League will publishin gue is preparing some 12
practices, entrapping, ? No. These words the Miami Times the areas cases of housing discrimination -
jeopardize our children and were spoken by Miami Real- of discrimination covered by to be heard by the board.
family, a gestapo agency, full tors who were there at the
of inequities preposterous, hearing to protest the passageof
repressive climate and mea- this fair-housing ordinance.
sures, tired old garbage, fri- These words were part of the ANY QUESTIONS ?
volous complaints, ludicrous hundreds heard by the commissioners 371.3iE1
Newly elected officers of the recently organized ." imploringthem s

League of District Councils. Pictured are (left to This list of words and not to pass the ordinance.

right) Alfredo Toledo, president; Kelly Brown, 1st f phrases sounds like black people But the reasoned and well- l ASK, US (URBAN LEAGUE
documented views of
talking about white racism. peoplein -- --- -- -,
vice president; Mrs. Maxwell Bethel, treasurer;; But read on. This is a list of the community both black
Each week we will answer That office is from 9-5
open ,
Mrs. Adell Dillard. Not shown are Die Mae Murell ., and white of the
words heard by the County speaking questions about the Urban Monday Friday Secretary is
2nd 'vice president; Phyllis Tay10rk'3rd vice press- Commissioners last Wednesday great and real need for the ordinance League and also community Mrs. Eloise Cliett, and housing
'
dent; Alberta Lingo,4th vice president; Mary Bolden at tie public hearing on prevailed; and, aftera concerns Including housing, specialist is Mr. Richard
assistant secretary and James Royal parlia the housing ordinance. Whospoke long day of debate, the commission education, jobs, health and Love.
\ .them Was itblackpeo- voted to pass the or- welfare.
mentar (J". dlnance.
If you have any questions Does Leap have job train
Voting to pass the housing
you would like to see answered -
ing for women? Miss R. G.
ordinance
were Metro Com-
this column
missioners by call 377- No, it does not, because
Tom Malley, 3681 (Monday Friday, from
LEAP is an Urban League
Neal Adams, Earl Starnes and
9 a.m. to 5 p.m.), and ask for
71 Alex Gordon. The Urban Lea- the "Ask Us" editor. program that assists young
t
; gue congratulates these men men to qualify as apprenticesin
,* a for their vote against dis- the building trades.Some of
JW
How is anareadetermineda
crimination in housing In Dade these trades are in the high-
County. ghetto? Mr. M P. paying professions of carpen-
A ghetto is ?n area where
try, electricity, plumbing and
a Voting against the ordinancewas
: o people of the r me e 'llc
mayor Chuck: Hall, Com- painting. If you know of any
missioners Hardy, Mathesonand characteristics live because young men who might be interested -
Ben Sheppard they are not free to move free- in getting further Information -

Many local groups and citi- ly about the general commun- have them call Cal
ity. A ghetto is usually characterized -
Jennings at 758-5551.
zens were present to speak in
by depressed living
< favor of the ordinance. These
conditions such deteriorating
as
,
-
included, from the Urban League We are new in town and we
4. Mrs. Maude K. Reid, housing, inade- were active in the Urban Lea-
quate schools and other
.
economic
.AYh president of thd Board of DI- gue in Pittsburgh. We would
rectors; T. Wlllard Fair,exe- and social deficiencies. like to join the Miami League.Mr. .

cutive director; Lee A.Black, and Mrs. R. T.
L' ] coordinator of Operation Would you please give us the Welcome to Miami! We will
Equality. number for the Urban League be looking forward to having -
C ? Spokesmen for fairhousinggroups office in Opa-locka. Mr. and you as new members.
affiliated with the Urban Mrs. p. T. There is
much to be done in
,.....
H ,JA .OJ 1 .
( League were: Mrs.Elaine The reason you had difficulty our community to work to-
: Members of Dade County's area councils, sponsored by the Urban League Yonover, Mrs. Connie Allen, getting that number Is ward changing conditions for
1.( meet to elect officers of the combined area councils, known as the League and Mrs. Mary Keller. that it has just been changed. black people. Your member-

I of District Councils. When the ordinance is re- The new number is 681-8182. ship application is on the way.


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LOUNGESEARL'S LAUNDRY & CONTRACTORSCLEANI
By GENE GRIENER
ZEBRA LOUNGE NG J. H. COPELAND

, __ _huu..............., __ __ 4400 NW 7th Avenue WILLIAMS' CONSTRUCTION
"' --------------- nn ; _ Earl Edwards, Prop. TAI LORS & CLEANERS 2939 NW 48th TerracePhonet
634-6233
Ancient Church A Folk/ Song For FUNERALDIRECTORS:: 1 Day 4842 Service NW 634.9251 27th- Alterations Avenue IndustrialCommercialResidential

shadows invites the gloom
Melancholy Protest
Marchers MANKER-MILTON
Destined to linger on the earthen floor 6701 NW 15th Avenue
And stain the ancient panellingAs If I had a hammer, 691.9151 A-I LABORNO

possession of dead came through the door. And if I had a sickle, FEf PAID DAILY
Why should a church be drab and dark rd be a peace marcherAll WI NDOW SERVICE Agents WantedAgents Driver Men with cars,
bereft of life Fork lift, Lob! ,:.ers, Ware
Showing a Divinity over this land. HENRY'S to tell The Miami housemen. Open 5:30 a.m.
Should the choir sing in island solitude WINDOW SERVICE Times are wanted all over

Dirges of farewell to the shrouded wife? My slogans would be nonsense, Repair & Installing Florida and Georgia. They A-I

'Cause rm in favor of injustice, Phone: 635-9869 may be boys and girls or EmploymentLow

Spirit wings should be of every hue, rd be an eyesore and a nuisanceAll adults. Make spending Fees-No Money Down

Heaven is not a ghost in blackened gown. over this land. RESS SHOPS money. Write or call Mrs. Restaurant, Hotel|

There is a sun that shines on everything, 5843 PATRICIA'S NW 17th Avenue, INC. Davis, 6530 NW 15th Ave., Domestic, Factory
Why not inside the church the people own. If I had a bell, 696.3515 6910421. 534 N. MIAMI AVENUE

Light from stained glass windows shining down We could make a lot more noise.

Covwr the pews in roseate lattice lace. We're Just like demons out of Hell, LORY'S FASHION SHOPS #-,
6112 NW 7th Avenue
Swing wide church doors and let the people in All us dirty girls and boys. Martin W. Smith
To sing celestial chords of love and grace. MERCHANTS WHO ADVERTISE IN THE

Our placards mention freedom . MIAMI TIMES ARE TELLING YOU THEY
-Caroline Ingling To us, a word with double meaning. mydressmaker
APPRECIATE DOING BUSINESS WITH YOU.
We want freedom for the Reds
A Commendable Day To do everything they're planning. THEY ARE COURTEOUS, DEPENDABLE.

6026 NW 7th AVENUE PLEASE PATRONIZE THEM!
Enlivened by the buoyant sun, We talk up civil rights.
The day proceeded on its Joyous way (We hope you fail to understandthat Ladies Exclusives and
Like an actor who had previously won Ready to Wearat
nobody have
any rights WE'VE MOVED!!!
An oscar in a grand dramatic play. If we ruled over this land.) popular prices
See our selection of after Magic City & Harlem Cabs
Ideal in each minute that was spun, Rose prom dreises. Pants and
The day advanced adventurously toward noon. Gibbons skirts are our specialty. Operating the Citgo Service StationLOCATION

And Empurpled after passing twilight the tiptoed meridian in too soon. Old lovesUpon Made to fit all sizes NEW 1501 NW 62 St.IHONF .


the blackboard of the mind
Recorded as commendable and dear, (once 696-6400
summer-green from seeds spring sown)
NATIONALINDUSTRIAL
The day is honored with fame's chrysalis. love's chalky names are now erased

Preceeding mid-night, it had advanced nearA with dates and faces youth had known BANKof DRIVERS WANTED

paradisiacal place of bliss. yet dust of memories remainon ; Miami Full time or Part-time

time's eraser and mind's board BANK C'fice
REPOSSESSIONS Apply at
dawn to teeming night,
From softly-breaking and so you try to recollectold
Gladdened spirits soared like a satellite. loves your heart can ill afford. 1965 Chevy Impala super-

Remelda Gibson sport.
Gene Griener
1964 Car iliac Sedan dtVille Do you have a SORE, RASH DISCHARGE?
MemorabiliaOf
Graves of RiceA 1965 Bonneville Pontiac
IT COULD BE VD ti
wan ghosts once caught in love's mad swirl Lowest
(Losing boy . his monument, the lonely green beret was worn with pride Prices in Town For confidential information and
Come in See Call/
and rode upon a young man's head; or :
girl)
Quiescent on life's middens gleam then telegraph clacked in the night MR. DUFFY: 759-4431 free treatment

Scattered shards of their broken dream; the words they read .. your son is dead. Phone: 377.0341 Extension 152

Bright that will not SEWING MACHINE
change come again;
New boots had waded deep in mud 1969 DADE COUNTY HEALTH DEPARTMENT
Wispy blue drifts of love-in-vain; ZIG-ZAG PORTABLE
Long-dried tears, like powered amethyst; and through minefields where old boots lay Zlg-Zag slightly used. No 1350 ;NW 14th Street, Miami
on those face down in graves of rice attach.needed to monogram,
Hopes will-o-wisp fugitive in mist.
where could not to overcast, make but. holes,
mourners stop pray.
And thus does heaven take too long to be -- controls built In. !Sews: with
We pray: 0 when will memory set them free? 1 /., 'needles. Full price
Dogtags and chain reflect the sun, '.;.W'uuor assume payments
no tarnish to obsure the name, of $3.54 mo. For free home AUTO INSURANCE
-Constance Adele Henning
the number and the grade stamped there demonstration, call Capitol
Credit Mgr. till 9 p.m. No Immediate SR-22 Filings
upon these tags someone would claim.
obllg. If toll call collect. Low
Beauty At A BargainLeafbuds 949.8124 Monthly Payments
A Bible marked with and sweat
prints
Capitol Machinesof
Sewing AUTO TAGS DRIVERS LICENSED.
on maples are bursting; it rode Inside a soldier's shirt Southern Florida

Buttercups prink up and preen. 'til sniper's aim cut short the span GOODMAN & SONS
Rain falls on grass that is thirsting; that poured out in the Viet Nam dirt. '
?r PRICE'S KEEN AUTO TAG AGENCY
Making it gorgeously green. -Gene Griener
;' 1 ", SPRAY Same locati rn for two generations
'
Buttercups prink up and preen ..: : SERVICE
:
While a field Is flaunting clover; For twelve long years, I've longed for '69, ,..,. 2688. NW, 62nd M.. Phone- .:'691-0380
Making it gorgeously green Just knowing graduating would be t sd fine, "!: :}, ff,

For the pleasure of the plover.While But now that I'm ready to "walk that road, '. ,
n. I find my stride has somewhat* slowed, Chinch bug control Guoran I 51 J -
the field is clover It's not that I'm afraid to face the world, ted; Power spraying Dry COLOR AND BLACK & WHITE TV SERVICE
flaunting ,
trlilixtr. 1 Stop or yearly
Cattails embelish the pond. Because now responsibility begans to untwirl, slrvice. STEREO RADIO TAPE RECORDER
For the pleasure of the plover and as I realize how nice its been,
I also realize its the beginning of the end
Each marsh plant waves a frond. 693-3527
Many thanks to all for what they've"done, .. VET TV

Cattails embelish the pond to make it possible for this battle to be won,

While a dozen ducks go swimming.Each My teachers, my parents,and friends as well, TED FORMERLY OF JET IS NOW VET

marsh plant waves a frond Has set me on my own pedestal, Pe z E FLORIST
While meadowlarks are hymning. Fm hoping only that I can stand a.,worlqunl. 379-7735
When I no longer have that guiding haul, Florida

While a dozen ducks go swimmingRain Telling me this, and telling me that, r 346 NW 2NO AVENUE OPEN 9T09
falls don't do this and please do that,
on grass that is thirsting
While But now the tears are staying behind screen
meadowlarks are hymning,
Leaf-buds For the great performance that says you'renow 4310 N. W, 7 t Avenue .
on maples are bursting. Mi.ml Florid.w. ,i drxik.t
on own
your I'd
-Craig ChristensenIn Congratulations for the length you've gone. ,

Patricia Ann Jones s// ..qd

ExtremisOh flowers for all
Mountain Sunset
occasionsFLOWERS
Lord . Thou One Above
Who all events and hours knows s,

Pray see this weak one in the hour of strife: Strange now that on this peak ? t : BYMODERNDAY

I ask not release from tormentFor color is flowing; w tonr

as Thou know best, may well be plannedI above it, amethyst and crimsons k break; WE WIRE FLOWERS \
ask the and the skill
only courage below it, mist Is going.
To untangle, in Thy best Time ANYWHERE 275 Northside Plaza

The Gordian skein of Life. .
Cloud-forests drop to night -- '
iNorthside
And . Oh Lord . as Thou knowestl the last shades weep. Cod 305 Shopping Center

When 'twould be so much easier Look! the lovely souvenirs of light, 754-8061 yx y 693-3971 Day
With small understanding, to rend it twain.. .
not ours to touch or keepl! ,
Take Thou pity . Stay Thou my hand. 758-4371 F ; y 754.1888 Nite

.- Constance Adele Henning -Daniel Smythe



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Everything is go for the AAU men's track meet. There is a
We're living through a rough period todayin
)
possibility of a new world's record in several events; and the
possibility of more upsets like occured in last week's NCAA these United States. On the one hand, the

meet. Don't forget that there are a few tickets available around social revolution is opening new doors for mi-

Dade and Broward counties. Take my advice and try to get :- I' nority groups. And these same advancements
to the meet; because this might be the only chance some of us confusion.
are creating attitudes of discord and
will see these track stars in person. I
Black people are being challenged to take ad
The kids have started going to summer camp. And from the
of the rights they've won. Yet
reports I've gotten from the kids and staff, they are really I vantage new
21Y
enjoying themselves. It's not too late to help other kids, there- many don't know how. They don't know whereto

fore, I urge you to keep those contributions and ticket request go or what to do. They just don't know whereto

coming. Make your check or money order to: Miami USA, PO start. But, what good is an opportunity if
Box 352 Miami, Fla. 33101. And don't forget the big fire-
3 you can't find it? Well, to that end, let me tell
works display on July at the Orange Bowl.
Ii' t < 1 yrw you about an organization called the National
Joe Frazier did it again! The fight fans thought that after Association of Market Developers. It's a black
the first round that it would be a Quarry victory. However, f :
Frazier came on in the second and kept going until the doctor ;: organization, vitally interested in developingthe

stopped the slaughter. :The exhibition put on by Jimmy Ellis, potential of black youth. How? Well, by
after the fight, I think was uncalled for and definitely out of talking to youngsters at schools and collegesand
place. I think that someone could promote the fight between discussing goals and interests.
those two without all of that unnecessary nonsense. Both fel-
lows are pretty good fighters and should be nothing but naturals The N.A.M.D.encourages those youngstersto
at the box office;since they both claim part of the heavy stay with their education as a direct means

weight crown. A fight between these two would clean-up the of landing a better job. Recently, they've addeda
title mess and we will have one champion again.
scholarship to their annual awards as a fur-

While on the subject J of fighters, my Congrats to George ther inducement for bright youngsters from
Foreman in his pro debut. Even though he fought an older and underprivileged homes.If .
lighter man; I'm glad they.are bringing George along slowly.
From his comments after the fight, I detect a little blow- you know youngsters who are a little up-
Ing of' his own born I would like to remind George that he tight about their future, tell them to ask

can still be a great fighter without a lot of bragging; and that their teachers how to get in touch with the
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after his Olympic victory, he is known as the allAmericanboy 1IIiIIIoi III\1II. li .ro." -J ***I a..a ""
National Association of Market Developers.
and the boy next door. A public image is easy to destroy;
but almost impossible to rebuild. Park Dept. Workers Promoted Market Developers can help steer young black

people in the right direction. And very often,
SPORT OF THE WEEK: "Dixie Bill" Seniors -how does it Congratulations to the three tor i u m and for the United
a little steering by the right people at the right
feel to be "39"? following park and recreation Fund. Jim has been promotedto
This week Fm starting a new category:"Chump the week" department employees on Center Director of Bunche time can make a big difference in a youngster's
for the first week's selection I choose myself I should have their recent promotions from Park future. And like it's always been. . if you wait

known better. recreation leaders to center for the future to think about your future, it's

Now that the summer programs have started F11 be visiting directors Top -:Catherine Moss, of INTERNATIONAL already past I
b a few of them from time to time and making reports. From 10501 SW 146th Ter., husband HEALTH STUDIO
the plans I've seen and heard this should be quite a fun filled Levi Moss. Two children. Complete Exarelt
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{ Until the next time, remain a good sport and r 11 see you at the Dade County par and Recreation bytZ
PresidentThe
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NAACP Convention Plans Tribute To Evers 1


: RGHTS. I. JACKSON, Miss. In this 1964; VernonDahmerNAACP have passed since the last dedicated, courageous and
Deep South city where he lived leader in Hattiesburg, killed vention. The special man . con-
R and worked and was cruellycut by fire-bomb, January 10, is to be conducted by the aware that in his lead-

.-------------- -----____ _______ down in the prime of his 1966; Wharlest Jackson, a I DeQuincey Newman of role of NAACP Field
The newspapers have reported babbling soon dies out, and life by a sniper's bullet, Med- leader of the Natchez NAACP, lumbia, S.C. in Mississippi he
that the SDS(Studentsfor riots soon become so disrup- gar Evers will be memorialized murdered by a bomb planted engaged in i mission
a Democratic Society) are tive and annoying to the by his friends and asso- in his car, February 27,1967.A The martyred NAACP with danger.In the face
having internal troubles. Ho- eral public that they are gen-no ciates in the National Asso- feature of the special ser er was awarded the as"a repeated threats to his life
bum. This comes as no sur- longer effective.The resultant ciation for the Advancementof vice will be the unveiling of a Medal posthumously. the lives of his devoted
prise to those who are awareof residue of the protesting Colored People at a spec- marble monument "Dedicatedto highly-prized award was steadfast wife and child
the aims of the SDS. The chorus of SDS members is nothing ial,service during the 60th an- the Memory of Medgar sented to his widow, he never once faltered or
surprise is that the split within more than dusty values niversary NAACP convention Wiley Eve r s, born July 6, Myrlie Evers, at the in his crusade to se-
the SDS didn't come sooner. and hackneyed aims that were here, June 30-July 5. 1925, Decatur, Miss.Assassinated tion's annual convention for Negroes in his native
From the first day of their voiced by others before them The service, scheduled for June 12, 1963, Jackson, Chicago In July 1963. Justice under law and full
Chicago convention when they and were equally unsuccessful. Friday morning, July 4, will Mississippi." The monument award cited Medgar Evers rights."
announced that only membersof The SDS has reduced itselfto be held in the Masonic Temple will be erected by the Missis-
where the last rites for the sippi State Conference of
the underground press what it claims to be fight- WHERE OTHER READERS HAVE FAILED
would be admitted to their ing namely an age old capitalistic martyred NAACP state field Branches. SHE HAS SUCCEEDED
secretary were held on a Sat Also to be memorialized fJ
temple of babble, it was apparent regime that strains for MOTHER ANN
urday morning June will be NAACP
15,1963. prominent
lost. Their
they were power, for in the last analy-
criticized their Tribute will also be paid to the members and leaders who Spiritual Reader and AdvisorAre
fear is being sis those who profess to be
memory of such other vic- you facing difficult problems? Poor Health?
fear ofbutsiders' hearing leaders were truly inspired, tims of racism Money'or Job Trouble? Drink, Love or Family Troubles?
about their plans, and their they might have avoided the Mississippi FOR SALE Do you want more happiness and good fortune In life?
fear of public awareness of present split within their'party' the Rev. George W. Lee, Lots For Salt if you have any of these problem or others like them,
how operate pointed Im- president of Belzoni NAACP, door friend, there I Is wonderful news of a remarkablenew
they by thoughtful and House and lot
slain Cheap. of help. Also lucky and lucky
May 7, 1955; Herbert way your days
to their
mediately shaky meaningful discussions with Lee, a SNCC representative, good for apt. bldg. 1149 numbers. See Mother Ann today. $5 reeding S3 with Ad.
status. those dissatisfied with NW 6th 5381340. OPEN TO 9
pres- Ave. A. M. P. M. NO APPOINTMENT NECESSARY
shot to death in
real of Liberty,June,
There is no purpose ent SDS and
purposes they
1961 the Philadelphia Three Phone: 691-9583 9751 N. W. 27th Avenue
;
the SDS except to preach anarchy might have achieved a com- MIAMI FLORIDA
James E. Chaney, Andrew
and The
disruption. promise so that their leader-
American people and in this ship would not have been chal Goodman and Michael H. FOR SALE
Schwerner 21
-lynched June ,
case, the very young American lenged.So .
ESTABLISHEDLUNCHEONETTE
can take only so much cutthroat the SDS is left with AUTO INSURANCELow

rabble rousing poli grumbling members, political dance.seems This to me failure, a new, suggestsit direc- in busy shopping center.Opalocka. Premium Rates ,.,
tics. We have been exposed to
in-fighting, and divided lead- d""
tion of energies of former Gross $50,000. Low Monthly Payments
many dissident factions in our ership. The 1500 or so mem-
Must sill lock stock & '"
SDS members for I am sure ,
society throughout the years. bers who met in Chicago have that many are now former barrel. $2500 cash. Call Immediate SR-22 Filings x

many persons who were disenchanted accomplished nothing except members that will, through Henry Burston, Associate. OFFICE HOURS.
with the politicsof division. Some would agree and well Mon. :Thru. Fri. 930-7tOO .... .
the moment have Joined the that this in itself is a grand orderly planned LIFE REALTY, Broker Sat. 9.30-4.CO ..
methods the vehicle
dissidents with the honest idea accomplishment. provide 62 -3666
that can and will actasacata- BROWN REALTY & INSURANCE AGENCY
that this, indeed, would be a Perhaps now, those whoare
way to move thesocialre- dissatisfied will return to lyst for social change. 740 NW 7th Avenue
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forms needed, and the way to their campuses or wher- 754.0 5CARLTON
voice protest in our country. ever they return to and look
However, unless reformsare realistically at the problemsof REALTY"
urged within the frame- the day. The calamitious .
work of a practical and useful failure of the SDS convention
means of implementation,they should have pointed to the BROKEROPEN
soon fall by the wayside. myopic viewpoint held by those

Babbling, riotous behavior who profess leadership and 7 DAYS
may be a good means of being should help to widen the view-
heard, although I still can't be- point of those who dignified
lieve this to be true but the WILL SELL FOR FHA VALUATION
; the convention by their atten- SERVICE FIRST
3 bedroom, 2 bath home at 2464 NW 94th St. Carport
, large fenced yard, wall to wall carpeting, INSURANCE AGENCY
i separateutility house with water and electric.
UNCLE FHA $12,000, $400 down, $98.28 month.

ARTHUR'S JIM LEVENSONQwn r Ph.n* 635-7507
NO QUALIFYING MOVE RIGHT IN
3 bedroom asbestos shingle house at 5538 NW
GROCERY 2nd Avenue, coned business. New roof, awnings,
nice yard, freshly painted inside and out. Price
& SUNTJRY '$8,500, $850 down, $110 month pays all. REALTY

son NW 19 STREET, BROKER
Where your Patronage is appreciated: and WILL SELL FOR FHA VALUATION If No Answer
Our Business is serving Patrons Modern 3 bedroom CBS, tile roof', terrazxo floors, 693-4772 759.6500
2 ton reverse cycle air, paneled dining room,
700 NW 69th STREET PHONE 691-9872
: wall to wall, carpeting, large screened in patio. FHA. 3 bdrm, 2 bath, llv rm, din rm, kitch, car
COLDEST BEER AND WINE IN TOWN! FHA price $14,900, $450 down and $107.14 no. port, city water, city sewage, stove, refrig., 2 air
conds., portly furn., $12,500, $400 down, $102 mo.
ALL SIZES & SHADES
LADIES HOSIERY WILL SELL FOR FHA VALUATION FHA, CBS. 2 bdrm, 2 bath, llv rm, din rm, kitch,

Lovely 3 bedroom, 2 bath CBS, large Florida rm, tropical rf, vynl firs, corner, $14,000, $700 down,
large front porch, wall heat, appliances, dishwasher $125 mo. pays all.

r--------------I garbage disposal wall to wall carpeting.FHA BEAUTIFUL WATERFRONT. 2 bdrm, 2 bath, llv
og I II .price $17,000, $106 down, $120.86 month., rm, Fla rm, built-In hitch, din area, uti'' rm, garage,
I I II CBS, tile rf, hardwood and terr firs, extras.

I This Summer? 9431 LITTLE RIVER BOULEVARD $21,500, $5,000 down. $128 month.
I
I 3 bedroom CBS on lovely corner lot. Fla. room,
live open front porch, carport, tile roof, awnings, air OPEN SAT. 9:30 A.M. 4:00 P.M.
vacation at
For a real SOUL cond. I large kitchen with appliances. Price CLOSED SUNDAY

$21,000, $2,500 down, $137.91 month

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s s stl We own several"' good;income properties,! W* wtlt;= r ((1)) CBS duplex. ;;;NW 51st St. $;O--\'
sell with low ;down'payments:and reasonable' down. $138 month FHA. I II
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'monthly paymentssWehave; : duplexes (well (
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';5 &;..6'velt'xaod, trl CBS bidingF.r J} secwrltyrlaok'} << ; I ((2)) 2 bedroom CBS. 2240 NW 93rd St. -Fenced.I I
Enjoy native cooking in our modern restaurant and ,,,''nto th If t;;}<< {rtfx; (jJi:: ..!t : I $200 down. $71.00 month FHA.

choice beverages in our lounge.McPHERSOK -- WE HAVE MANY WORE HOMES t ((3)) CBS duplex. 3 bedroom & 2 bedroom II t tI

FIVE-MINUTE ST. JUST WALK OFF TO MARKET TOWN STREET I YOU CAN BUY ANY OF OUR FHA HOMES FOR I 2125 NW 58th st. $250 down. $99 mo. FHA. II t tt
$HU DOWN IF YOU ARE A YET OB flEING
I TEN TO BEACH TOWN & BEACH DISPLACED AND 'IF YOU CAN QUALIFYREALTY t ((4)) 2 bedroom porch. CBS. 1852 NW 47th St. I.....
FREE BUS SERVICE TO
20 BEAUTIFUL' AIR CONDITIONED ROOMS I $250 down. $91 month FHA. I It

I WITH PRIVATE BATH AND WALL/WALL CARPETING t ((5) 2 bedroom, Fla room, central air and heat. I II It

SINGLE (E.P.) $10.00$ 8.00 ( t 5791 SW 62nd Terr. $700 down. $146 mo. FHA. I It
DOUBLE (E.P.)
TRIPLE (E.P.) $15.00 I II t t tt

I (E.P.) European Plan is without meals. t 3629 NW 15th AVENUE I Ij
Breakfast Service-Additional charge. 3. CBS, office building with parking. Also good

I Transportation: Taxi from Airport $4.00 ((1 to 3 persons).' CAR9L oy sHomwG, CENTER for clinic, small church, nursery business.I I

I Deposit: Equivalent to one night's stay required. ARCADE .. 6243666X I only $25000. Easy terms. t tI
for $95.00
Ask about our 7-day oll-expenie package '# *
I For Reservations Call I &*,y3i 4932 NW 7th,Avenue ., ', 'L9t43i fi ; I FORD REALTY I I

I North Travel Agency 754-3517 I II

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MISCELLANEOUS SOCIAL SECURITY NEWS up to $20 or more in a month,

they must be reported for So-

CLASSiFIED ADS DRAPERIEStaken Students between ages 18 cial Security.The .

Ii down, cleaned, deco- and 22 entitled to Social Se- employee is required to

20 WORDS OR LESS $20)0.) IOC+ FOR EACH ADDITIONAL .YORD rator rods folded and rehung.Drapery curity benefits may receive give a written report of these
installed. LUSTRA/ to the within
I DEADLINE FOR CLASSIFIED ADS TUESDAY 6 P. M. TONE DRAPERY SERVICE payments for nonattendance wages employer
during the summer vacationif 10 days after the end of the
-- 887-8022
they plan to return to school month the tips are received.

FOR SALE FOR SALE FOR RENT in the fall, according to Social Security contributionsare

NEWNEW- NEW '69 Ford Fairlane 500, gold Real nice room in private MADAM KAYA Charles Wofford, officer-in- collected from the worker's -
3 BEDROOMS gifted 'spiritualist reader charge of the Model City So- wages and tips and are
BATHS 2 door hardtop.V8 engine. Ra- home 350 NW 66th St. $13.
This lovely new home with radio, auto transmission, air 3712019. and advisor cial Security Office. "They credited to the employee's
Guaranteed to help. Advice on must let us know however if Social Security record.Mr. .
many fine features such as conditioned, $2850. Call between ,
all problems -- love, mar- they transfer to a different Wofford said that con-
the new day lite kitchen Hood- 8 and 5 p.m. 634-5092 FOR RENT STORE

ed stove, vanities, plus many 7300 NW 7th Ave. Store or office riage, courtship, business school or if they are no longer tributions paid on these tips
transactions. Help find loved help to give valuable
man fine features. Priced at New living room chair by Mod- building. Light commer- full-time students, protec-
ones and lost articles. Guaranteed Wofford tion to the worker and his
said. If the student
$18.850.51.950 doW,No closing erange. $35. Silverware, Rog- cial use also. Size 25 x 35.
help. She succeeds remains in school on a full- family when death, disability,
costs. One mortgage. Drive by ers silverplated, service for $100 month in advance plus
1763 NW :55tn St. Then call us eight. 45 years old.$25.Dres- two months on yearly lease. where others have failed. She time basis, he may receive or retirement occurs. Addi-
Fenster gives you lucky days and lucky benefits until age 22 unless he tional information may bo ob-
Realty Broker, 759- ses $2; tools; other items. Go see. A. Ben-KoriRealtor,
1 oil and
8779. 751-1760. 759-2425. anytime numbers. Blessed marries, or earns over$1680in tained at the Social Security
lucky charms for the home. a calendar year. office at 5225 NW 12th Avenue

Well kept CBS 1 bedroom and LAKE ARCOLAAREA FOR RENT DUPLEX From 9 to 9 daily. She is a More detailed informationmay in the Grandway Building.

Fla. room, can be used as 2 Lovely corner home. 3 bed- 324 NW 53rd Street. Rear true instrument of God. She be obtained at the Social

bedrooms, large corner 1 helps and heals by prayer. Security Office located at 5225 SEWING MACHINE
pro- room, bath, carport, refrig- building. Wast apt. Must
688-9178 11601 NW 7th Ave 1968 SINGER CONSOLE
NW 12th Avenue in the Grand-
perty. Conveniently located. erator, dishwasher, built in see inside to appreciate.
FHA $10,500. Midwest RealtytNE (Jn. 27)) way Building. The office is Slightly used zig-zag In
china, carpet, drapes, etc. Large living and bedroom. stylish wol. cob make but.
/Ow. 5-8035. (Jun 27)) Must qualify FHA$16,000$1- Furnished or unfurnished. 3 open Monday through Friday holes, sews on buts., mono-
NY brother has sent
500 down. $126 month pays: person limit No pets. $100 My $4500 from 8:30: a.m. to 4:30: p.m. grams, applique, overcast
7732 NW 22nd AVENUETo all. month plus tax plus $50 advance cash to buy cheap shack! Any and until 7:30: p.m. on Thurs- and blind hem stitch with-
insurance company or any area! 534-8171. (Jly 4)) day evenings. out attachments. All controls -
BEREZIN REALTY
lease.
rent on yearly built in. Full price
type of small business we is hundreds '
estimated that
It
624-0298 Only water furnished. See Well mothers that time is here $5$10or assume paymentsof
have an exceptional 5 room of waitresses, bellhops, and $5.61 mo. For free home
party: on west side. again. Schools are closed and
house. Reasonable priced. For in Model demonstration call
1960 others the City area Capitol
want to
Chevrolet. New upholstery you keep your children
rent or for sale. Midwest receive part or all of their pay Credit Mgr. till 9 p.m. No
new seat covers. A real Room for a single person in a busy. Why not keep them busy obligation. If toll, call col-
Realty NE 58035. (Jn27) good buy at $250. Call thurs- private home. 536 NW 47th St. learning to play the piano. in tips. According to CharlesE. lect. 9498124.

2 day through Sunday: 635-3857 759-6088. (Why not join them?) You will Wofford, officerinchargeof Capitol Sewing Machinesof
Pretty CBS bedroom 1 bath.
the Model City Social Security Southern lorida
it. Call 6356737.CHILDCdpr.
Extra large Florida room,tile -NITE enjoy Office, if these tips add I
CLUB Rooms. Building new. Furnished -
roof, hardwood floor, $1500
cash down. Bank financing. Sale or Lease fi clean, nice. Quiet
726 NW 79th St. 693-2565 be- .
neighborhood. Single, workingmen
Terms arranged. Atlantic and
Pacific Realtors 666-0411. tween 4 and 6 p.m.SPECIAL. only. Call 691-1177 after Mother's care for Infants and e EASTERNEastern

3 p.m small children. Monday,Wed-

nesday, Thursday and Satur-
CBS business property plus Airlines invites you to complete an application -
2 show 3 whole rental day only. 691-7418.
glass
cases Monthly
Apartment.
;
restaurant business all for for expected job openings here in Miami.It .
sink hot water heaters one 446-7574.
$22,500, $5000 cash 'down, exhaust fan ; ............................ is not known, at this time, exactly when these
payment $200 per month.This ; one Cola Cola : GO TO CHURCH s positions will be available. However, we currently -
box; 1 floor freezer; 1 cash 1852 NW 51st Terrace 6room
restaurant located on the cor- wish to consider qualified applicants for these
ner of a busy main street. register and 7 1/2 ton air con- house, $40 weekly, $200 se- :. SUNDAY .: future openings:

Operated by owner for 20 ditioner. Phone: 754-8011. curity deposit.No children un- .............................
der 14.Desirable tenants only. Part-time/Full-time Ticket Agents

years. Very profitable. At- 6635.NW 24th A ve. Extra large See Friday or 538-8492. Applicants must possess a high school or
lantic and Pacific Realtors HELP WANTED General Equivalency Diploma GED be at
3 bedroom, 2 full baths, gar- ( ),

666-0411. age, stove, refrigerator, 1 bedroom duplex $20; 2 bed- Pan American least 21 years of age, willing to work

COMMERCIAL PROPERTY washer, dryer fenced in yard room apartment $24; 2 bed- shifts and possess above-average poise

t 2 BUILDINGS and many more extras. FHA room house $27.DEP06IT World and appearance. Part-time: Agents work up

i* LARGE $19,500 down payment: $900 REQUIRED to 30 hours per week and are frequently
CORNER 110 120
x (Vets $550)) This one is a must WEST REALTY required to work on weekends and holidays.

SUITABLE FOR BUSINESS to see. Call Aetna Realty 2020 NW 62nd St.(Open 10-12)) AirwaysHas Foreign language fluency (Spanish) is de
l\i\
CHURCH OR PROFESSIONAL (Broker), 811 NW 54th St. sirable.
for
f ('
Presently a going business on PHONE: 757-5724. One room for rent at 1873 NW vacancy a PorMime/Full-time Reservation Agents

property that can be convertedto 65th St. phone 691-8159. Call Applicants must possess a high school

suit. Drive by 1501 NW 1511 HOME FOR SALE after 7 NURSEMust
p.m.HELP diploma (or GED), be at least 18 years of
NW 54th Street then call for 650 NW 50th Street.Color TV, be certified age, and willing to work shifts. Prior public -
as a -
all information about pro- pool, 2 bedrooms, 1 bath on WANTED nurse in the state registered contact experience is desirable.

perty. Fenster Realty Broker corner lot. Monthly payment School girl live in care for my of Florida and have three
+ 759-8779. $97.00 Brown Realty 754-0655 Computer Operator Trainees
five year old nights. 759- years experience as an
000-02 NW 4th 6026. R.N. Must be willing and Applicants must possess a high school

Ave. Large LOTS FOR SALE available to work 8- diploma (or GED), be at least 18 years of
3
CBS bedrooms any
2 bath home
Low down payment, Low hour shift and 5 age, willing to work shifts and possess
with 2 bedroom apartment in Experienced operators want- any consecutive *

rear. FHA $23,000, No closing monthly. Lib additional City and infoma-Opa- ed: Little Nook Beauty Shop. days per week.EMPLOIA'MENT above-average mathematical aptitudes.
locka. For
5000 NW 27th Ave. Phone
costs, see today. Aetna Realty tion call Percy I. Johnson, Accounting Clerks and Jr. Accountants

(Broker), 811 NW 54th St. Ph. Broker 587-9494. Ft. Laud- from 6339202.10 6.Call Tues to Sat. OFFICE Applicants must possess a high school

757-5724. erdale. 5300 NW 36th Street diploma (or GED), be at least 18 years of

9-12, 1:30-4 p.m. age and have prior experience in book
6921-23 NW 2nd Ct. Gorgeous Clean up and gardener. 5 days.
ATTENTION ALL MondayFridayEqual keeping or equivalent educational training.
2 bedroom each side CBS du- Must truck and yard tools.

plex, 51/2% mortgage, terms BROKERS AND BUYERS Call 693-2631. Opportunity EmployerA
Keypunch Operators or Keypunch Trainees
1852 NW 51st Terrace. House Plan for
Progress
for a great investment. See Company ,
and duplex in rear. FHA$22- Applicants must possess a high school diploma -
today -- get all the facts.Aetna Musician wanted five nightsa
500. $1500 down earns $4300 (or GED), be at least 18 years of
Realty (Broker) 811 NW 54th week. Good pay. PL 7-0292
annually. No closing fees. For age, willing to work evening shift,and haveat

St., Phone 757-5724 inspection, phone,owner Mr. Aircraft Ex- FOR SALE least one yea of IBM keypunch experi-
Gyro Inspector.
Greene, 538-8492. (Brokers NO QUALIFYING ence or formal keypunch training.
2485 NW 57th St.- 4 bedrooms perience required. Excellent
protected). 1801 NW 83rd Terrace
working condition. All fringe
2 bath home plus rental units. Stenographers
benefits. Send to Bar- $2100 down, $85.47 mo.
FHA or conventional$22,000- resume Applicants must possess a high school diploma -
4021 NW 23rd COURT pays all. Lovely 3 bedroom
$3,000 down. Seller pays'all, 3 bedrooms CBS, like new, field, 4101 NW 29th St. Miami CBS, corner lot, fencedrear (or GED), be at least 18 years of

closing costs. You must see large lot and din Florida 33142. age, take shorthand at 80 correct words
living room yard.
this property. Aetna Realty ning room, kitchen. FHA $450 An Equal Opportunity per minute,type 50 correct words per minute

(Broker), 811 NW 54th St. Ph. down. Vets, 221 $100 down. Employer HOME & INCOME and be well above average in both spell-
35 NW 41st Street ing and
.. 757-5724. grammar.
See: Call owner, 693-2631.
LABORATORY TECHNICIAN Front house, 2 bedroom

17130 NW 29th Place CBS HOUSE SOLD Opa-locka General Hospital CBS. Rear house, 2 bedroom Apprentice Mechanics

3 bedrooms, carport, stove, Sacrifice furniture. Small ap- 685-2467 (Jul 4) frame.$85 mo.income. Applicants (for September and December

refrigerator, wall to wall car classes) must be at least 18 years old ,
pliances, stove, refrigerator,
NO QUALIFYING possess a high school diploma (or GED),
peting. #17,900 total price,assume -
ti color Beauty operator wanted. Call
rugs, carp e n g, an-
be
41/2% mortgage terms. $1,000 Down $85 Month available to work rotating shifts, and
tenna, lamps, fish equipment, 691-9392 or 751-7449 even-
1817 NW 93rd Terrace possess above-average mathematical and
Aetna Realty (Broker) 811 NW
54th St. Phone: 757-5724. clothing, shoes, other items. ings. (Jn. 27) Nice 2 bedroom, partly fur mechanical aptitude.
751-1270.
nished. Owner will hold
l1- Beverage driver wanted. Hurry this will Journeyman Mechanics
mortgage. ,
75-79 NW 47th Ter. Large Good refrigerator and stove. $100-$125 right man. Excellent -
sell fast. Applicants must be at least 18 years old,
2 bedroom, 1 bath plus rental $20 for both. 954 NW 47th St. opportunity. Sunset possess a high school diploma (or GED)

unit and 2 car garage,all CBS. after 3 p.m. Bottling Co., 50 West 29th St. ALLAPATTAH Realty be available to work rotating shifts and

FHA $20,000 $1,000 down- Hialeah. (Jn. 27)) 633-0426 possess from two to four yearsof recent
payment. No closing costs.See
similar
experience relating to the position
this one today Aetna Realty ATTENTION - for which they apply.

(Broker), 811 NW 54th St. Churches, Nightclubsand FEMALE LAUNDRY HELP
Phone 7575724.. You may apply by visiting Employment Officeat
Musicians Earn extra money. Night work. 5-9. Also ,day
work. 4600 NW 36th Street, 9:00: a.m. to 4:00 p.m.,
Hammond' Must
B3.
344 NW 49th St. 3 bedrooms Organ Monday thru Friday or write to:
sell Flat ,work feeders folders. Good
plus rental unit in rear. Excellent immediately. $1103 wages.
cash. Contact Freddie Regional Employment Manager
I location, $10,000 total Excellent company benefits. Paid vocation.

price, terms to suit you. Another Greene, 4949 NW 7th Ave. or over. APply between 10, a.m. & 5 p.m. No

I I winner call Aetna Realty or phone calls please. National Linen Service EASTERN AIRLINESINTERNATIONAL

J.(' (Broker) today, 811 NW 54th PL 8-9191 1950 NW 1st Avenue. Ask for Mr. Findley. An Equal AIRPORT/MIAMI. FLORIDA 33148
Opportunity Employer/A Plant
For
Progress Company M/F
St. Phone: 757-5724.
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:!i1 -=.'- (l r-' rn' "1 Riding Along Militants React To JoeWaller's I

: OrderST.
t" WITH THE 11 Pickup

:; @ Transit Authority 11 if; t I PETERSBURGFirebombs red Saturday night, 24 hours

::1 1 a By DANNIE JOHNSON :I bit eight buildings in after a pickup order was issued -

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Petersburg Waller who did not appear to
It was that time of year again Mr. and Mrs. Gleason Hollo- Monday.
begin serving the remaining
when all eligible and Interested way, who: resides I In 5 4 x7I
Hollywood Police Chief Harold Smith 263 days of a 270-day sentencehe
took the
bus operators supervisor's .
estimated the fires caused received last August after
exam. I am happy to Roland Migueles, (Information damage at between $10,000and he was charged with inter-
say that this year they had Dept.) had many events to I $12,000. No injuries were fering with police.
more operators Interested in rem moor. On the fifteenth,he Smith said and
reported, no
this exam over a periodof .....
taking "
didn't lose a he xT *
son, gained a arrests were made.
CO'TO'CHURCH :
six in which I have :
years daughter-in-law.
On the 19th, Smith said the fires were
been with the company. The Mr. and Mrs.Roland :
MiguelesSr. caused by young Negroes. ; SUNDAY j
was so great that
they response had to schedule two celebrated. Congratulations their 26th anniversary Another firebombing occur- ....S....................,.&

exams, and I feel the test was from the transit authority -
pretty fair for everyone. It Is Bus operators Walter? DADE COUNTY PUBLIC SCHOOLS

felt that the drivers who took Hodges and John Stallworth, Division of Vocational, Technical and Adult Education
this exam deserves somo kind are now working with the Announces claim in
of recognition because they Beach Division. Walter decided -
weren't hand picked. These to return after driving for a TRUCK DRIVER TRAININGAll
fellows had to score above year on Miami side. T : i types of truck including tractor and trailer drlv.rExc.lI.nt

average for the past year in ; successful Employment completion Opportunitiesupon of course

their performance record with Wouldn't It be a wonderfulidea Next class begins on Tues. night, July 1, 1969 ......
the company to become eligible if some of our leaders r Mfr From 7 to 10 p.m. -
and believe me, that isn't suggested to the school board 4 Class Instruction meets Tuesday on Modern and Thursday Equipment Evening

the easiest thing to do when that we would like to see the L u Total cost of the course Is $20.00
working with the public. We names of George Washington REGISTERNOWFor -
are trained for this kind of Carver and Booker T. Wash- TENSE SITUATION Barbara McNair, portraying -. further information call 350-3505 after 2 p.m.
work and part of our Job is ington remain as senior high a nurse.nin, meets resistance from Ji-Tu
keeping you happy. Many schools? I am sure some of us Cumbuka (left) and Bill Elliott (actor.husband of

thanks also to Red Wootenforthe still remember them as great actress-singer Dionne Warwick), two militants who ev..w.uw.weew*, MeN.
effort he gave In trying to men. The question that comesto .
object to her presence in the ghetto in this scene
for the test. mind is
prepare everyone my why do they "
Get well wishes are extended want to phase out the high from the movie, "Change of Habit. 4

to Mrs. Claude Rolf, who schools named by these
had a battle with the flu. prominent men? If you remember -
June 15th was Father's Day, it started several
but I am certain that it was a years ago when they phased Be Sure To Read
day to remember for the fol- out Dorsey High. So, Insteadof HOMOSEXUALANIMALS
lowing families: building and naming another
Mr. and Mrs.Walter Miller, school "Edison", it would SANDWICH SALAD'
who on this date was visitedby make the blacks happier to see Part 5 Ten-Part Serieson AND GRILLMENSouth

the stork. Lisa Yvette Mil high schools named :after our and Central >.

ler weighed eight pounds at great men. If we can send our THE HOMO WORLDin Miami Area I_ f h
birth, and is the second girl. children to Jackson Senior,
See Mr. Herb
Mrs. Miller, formerly De- couldn't their children attenda
lores Campbell, Is an alumniof Booker T. Washington or August Hep 7960 Bis. Blvd.
Northwestern Senior High, Carver? If using the "Rebel
class of 62.She is also a regu- Flag" and playing "Dixie" Is Now On YourNewsstands
.5 5
lar memler of the Mt. Zion right for them,I think the name .W :1oy

Baptist Tangle Church.LaWanda Holloway, of Washington, especially would when be his in.contribution order -- ,...."..,. .......,"..,.&.:.*.x'..*.*...*............:.....'...........'0...,:...........'...........................................,..................... Volkswagen removes, anotherone

was graduated from the St. was for America rather d! ;,: ) H r: of life's little obstacles.For '.
'
Mary's Kindergarten on the than for the black people ; I'M JOHNNY WARE |:
15th. Tangle Is the daughter: of alone. 1'r Remember me? I sell the &: a little extra money,we won't give you a clutch pedal..
So without of life'ssmall annoyances
I you can go one
cleanest used cars In
::4
:: working a clutch pedal.
Let Us Make Your town.
%: With the bug and the Karmann Ghla, you can pet VW's
.j Reasonable :;;1
I prices
LATE INCOME TAX REPORTBRING t ,'.t' Bank Financing !::::: optional automatic stick shift.
the Fastback and
With
,
I Squareback you can getW'<
; : Satisfaction Guaranteed :8:::
YOUR TAX LETTERS TO US! I S 1"i;{ "., Stop By or Call Me :%::: optional,speed, fully-automatfc transmission.
J Either way, you won't have to bother with your left foot
THE TAYLORS MERT GALLOWAY CARS!:;;;;; anymore.
I I 2757 H W 36th St. ::::
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AUTHORIZE!
HIALEAH SPRinGS PEALU

MALE LAUNDRY HELP ",4 DAY SPECIAL"Fri mOIORSIIK.
Loaders, pullers, extractor operators. Good ,

wages. Production bonus' Excellent company Sat, Mon, Tues. 990 HIALEAH DRIVE.HIALEAH Phone SI5-4691

benefits. Paid vacation. Permanent job. Must

be 18 or over. Apply in mornings. No phone BRAND NEW -

calls please. Ask for Mr. Findle/, National

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Monqrammlng
A OilI ;
Satin titch -<'
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Adjust $ : -zziTv
I Mending a Ch.o' Wiring
Female Or Couple C Darning a "Jlllt hit ,...... 250. I
I Bade Tacking a hRllt M.ekiA, J
Sews on Buttons I..t A LllkIoltt ..." '1I I (So buy a great deal: the new Citroen)
MATURE DEPENDABLE PERSONSFOR I Blind Hemming ,Come In or call fore .
STEADY RESPONSIBLE POSITIONSIN Straight Stitching service In your home Popular Science called Citroen, "one of the safest cars in the
.Sews over Pins .___ ________ world." They had good reasons Hydropneumatic suspension-
AREA keeps Citroen revel and perfectly balanced. Front-wheel drive
-for adhering traction. Front disc brakes-for sure straight.
COME IN OR CALL FOR .
COMPLETE CHARGE OF line stops. In all, there are more than 50 safety features. Citroen .
FREE HOME DEMONSTRATION worked these out-so that you could play it safe.
MANAGING APARTMENT_ UNITS:

696-9442 Monaco Motors '

Call 358-1649 7101 N.W. 2ND AVENUE

9510 NW'"h Ave SAMUEL PAYNE, SALESMAN

MR. MILLER PHONE .758-0981 RES. 5963573f.

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32 THE MIAMI TIMES, Friday,June 27, 1969


\: WELLER'S

s FOOD OPEN 24 HOURS


:; 27th Ave
I i 6 STORE

8 54th St.t.H

SPECIALS GOOD THRU JUNE 27, 1969 'I ..\,-_. ,- _- -_-. ... _.- .,.'.I

FLA. GRADE BSLICED :Y ALLEY DALEBOLOGNA

FRYERS

590
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29 aS w ""
lb. -- w'? - FIRST CUT

>e. PORK CHOPS
VALLEYDALE M.


a LUNCHEON lb59c lb.49c

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BEEFLIVER LIMIT 1 WITH $5.00 ORDER4UC
BEEF .., MAXWELL

Ib. 29 C / HOUSE!*

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'ss.OOt'ORDER Y. '1' WITH $5.00ORDER c
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DELMONTE TISSUE

Fruit

Cocktail 25$ J1'; ""'" y y -. I CAN KRAFT AMERICAN

LIBBYS = Cheese Sliced 1za=. 59

abedouo MASTERS
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Beans ,BEANS CAN 2 -29$ buttermilk QUART 19
ALWAYS GOODOrange

Ritz Sodas Juice .GAL. 59$
6 r 49(:
12 Oz CAN
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FRENCH'S BARBECUE t1. .rl'rP' 'i 1. IIWY1

Sauce 9: oz. 4 -$ .....' GEORGIA
MARCEL J :;.1" PEACHES 2LB.FOR 39C

her Napkins 160 CT. 25(: .LZflJ"

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STOUFFERS
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MACARONI & CHEESE 12 Ol. PKG. 49$ SUGARLOAF

;<, GORTONS PINEAPPLEEACH

k=':. FISH STICKS ,'' i LB. PKG.:" ._47<' !, 29, $

RED RIPE
,\ FOR YOUR CONVENIENCE OUR SERVICES INCLUDE MONEY ORDERS, \
RECEIVING LIGHT BILL'PAYMENTS, TOMATOES
a' PAYROLL CHECK CASHING, AND
: t' KEY MAKING.FOR ADDITIONAL SPECIALS SEE OUR AD IN THE MONDAY
: 1. HERALD. QUANTITY RIGHTS RESERVED ; 1 LB. FOR 2ge
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