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Publication Date: May 23, 1969
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Garbagernen Win Raise I

If 1 A lot of people are say around the city but it didn't and city garage workers
ing that the garbage workers take long for the men to get staged an hour-long work
'lost their five day strike their regular runs cleaned up stoppage. Reese and Mayor
against the city because they again. Steve Clark will now face demands
did not get the asked for dol- City Manager Melvin Reese of the American Federation j
lar-an-hour pay hike. But if offered the striking workers of State, County and r

Vol. 46, No.39 MIAMI, FLORIDA FRIDAY, MAY 23, 1969 you talk to the garbage men an Increase of 30, cents an Municipal Employees.This .
themselves they will tell you hour 'and flatly told them that
that they now make $12 morea there was no more money to group seeks recog-
Overall Plan week than they did last I pay them more. Reese made nition of this union as bar-
Comprehensive month. the increase retroactive to gaining agent, a $1 hourly
Miami's five-day garbage May 1. wage hike, three additional
strike came to an end on Mon holidays a year, a dues i

For Model Shown day and on Tuesday the trucks Strikewise, the city is not checkoff, recognition of shop
City were back in full service.Gar out of the woods as yet. On stewards and establishmentof
bage had piled up pretty high Wednesday parks employeesbad a grievance procedure.

Model City presented in twelve days,for their approval ton D. C., Department of
slides and verbal presentations before submittal to Atlanta Housing and Urban Develop-
parts I, n, and m of the Regional office and Washing- ment. Black New Jersey Mayor Is Florida 9
overall comprehensive plan, '\
on Thursday, May 15 at I
Memorial Commencement SpeakerThe I
Charles R. Drew Junior High
Approximately 90 people Florida MemorlalCol-
viewed this presentation on the lege commencement exerciseswere

objectives, goals, program announced this week.
approaches, and related pro- The Baccalaureate address

jects. will be delivered by the Rev.C. .
One part of the presentation V. For<\ pastor Piney Grove
dealt with projects con- First Baptist Church of Ft.
cerning the 9.6 million dollars Lauderdale on Sunday, May
expenditure during the first 25, at 3 p.m. The commence-
year implementation. Ap- ment address will be delivered
proximately 97% of the resi- by Mayor Matthew G. Car r
dents (Governing Board Mem- ter of Montclair, New Jersey.Mr. .
bers, Task Force Chairmen, Carter is assistant director
agency representatives,councilmen of association press,
and visitors) agreed
c Publication Department, National
with the projects and rated 4 1 Board YMCA,New York
the presentation as good to ex- City and Director of Public

cellent. Affairs of Montclair, N. J.
Mrs. Barbara A. Greading- Mayor Carter is a graduateof
ton, a visitor, stated, "I am Virginia Union University, . Mayor of Montclair, N.J. ...Baccaulaureate SpeakerIn
sure that all those connectedwith Richmond with BA National Council of Women June 1968 Governor
Virginia, Negro ,
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the development of the - -- -- and B.D. degrees. He has done awarded Mayor Carterits Richard J. Hughes appointed '

projects are proud indeed." Jo Marie Payton Gets Raves additional study at Columbia 1964 service award for Mayor Carter a member of
Mrs. Inzez Wilcox, govern University and Union Theological distinguished leadership in local the New Jersey Commission

ing board member, stated, For "Raisin In The Sun"A Seminary, New York government. on Civil Rights. He was also
"they tell the story in Model City. Virginia Union University Since his election as Mayor named to the executive boardof

City pretty thoroughly. They Raisin In the Sun,running cast has been highly praisedJo awarded him the honorary Montclair In May 1968, and'' the New Jersey Conferenceof
depicit the need for much im- Thursday through Sunday May Marie has received degree of Doctor of Divinityin after having served for four Mayors thus becoming the I)} \
provement." 22 -'25 at the Merry Go Round plaudits1 as"a genuine theatrical 69 for'()utst: hdingChristian years as. Commissioner find first Negro member of that 'I,
Willie Sutton, Dade County Playhouse, 235 Alcazar in find unlimited potential service.In Director of Public Works for group.
Welfare Department, stated, Coral Gables has received perceptive reading of warmth, 1962 Mayor Carter re- the town, Mayor Carter received Mayor Carter is a frequent
"ideas and proposed solutions unanimous critical acclaim. faith and courage. ceived the "Man of the Year" an award from the New speaker before college, civic
seem feasible and attainablebut The lead Jo Marie Payton has award from the Philadelphia Jersey State Federation of and religious groups. He is a
community cooperation is been featured in articles in Standing from left to right: Young Men's Christian Asso- Colored Women's Clubs, Inc. frequent contributor of articles
necessary." the Miami Herald, Miami News Eddie Jackson, Arthur King, ciation, and In 1963 was the as the first Negro to be elect to professional Journals
Phase 1, U, and in will be and the Coral Gables Times John peak and Mary Woods. first recipient of the North ed mayor of a major New in the fields of education, religion
presented to the entire gov- and Guide. Although all the Seated is Jo Marie Payton. Jersey-alumni Council of the Jersey City and social work.
erning board and County Com-
mission within the next ten to -

LJsf Most American Christians PrejudicedWhite I

America was shaken ence in London that half of the group, are a rather prejudiced choices in life. laity."
to Its collective shoes this U. S. Christians still blame lot," Clock said The sociologist said the least Clock said churches must ;
R week when a noted sociologist Jews for the crucifixion. "Most of the laity continueto prejudiced Christian is like decide whether to seek success
from the University of He said nearly half of those bear ill will toward other ly to be the poorest church in terms of buildings
California revealed that interviewed haSanFrancisco races and religions. goer, and added, "comfort- and budgets or take moral
most American Christians study t said they would "They may claim to love seekers constitute the bulk risk that could lose them
are prejudiced racially or move If several Negroes their brothers but they are of the most active Christian members.

religiously and strongly resist came to their block, and veryfinicky about whom they .
efforts by the clergy to about one-third said they did will call brother.. ".
root out their prejudice. not want Negroes In their Glock said his findings are

Prof. Charles Y. Glock churches. based on interviews with 3-, :
told a world racism confer- "Christian laymen, as a 000 San Franciscans and 2-, ; .
000 other Americans and are ;
Mrs. Crowder
in book iti'Ii
to be published a
WFUN, Documentary. On Drugs next month, "PrejudiceU.S.A. : . .
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Retires From On Sunday 25 WFUN- part will be presented Sunday ." The research was i .
May on ) :, ) ,
Radio will present the first of June 1, at 10 a.m. financed by the B'Nai B'Rith :. : .r
School ; ; : .
Anti-Defamation 'r.
'a two-part documentaryseries League. '1 I '. ,
and Special guest expert on the Clock said prejudice is : ; 1 '
Thena C.Crowder will on drugs drug usage '. "
entitled, "Hallucinatory series Is Dr. Ben Shepard. buttressed by traditional .11,1\1";:
end 38 in the Dade ;
years past Juvenile court Judge American belief that each : '
County school system when Drugs Heaven or Hell? The yer, ,
series will be featured on chairman of the Catholic Welfare man controls his own desti : \
she retires at the end of this ::
school WFUN's Award Winning Bureau, member of the ny. He said this leads to the 6

Mrs.year.Crowder came into the "Youth Board of theAir"program school board, and assists with view that poor Negroes, for , ,:i'
system in 1931 and has been which broadcast every the drug Information center in example, simply have made ,! ( _'
Sunday at 10 a.m. The secondA Miami. _
of Elementary '
principal Holmes ''i\\ y
1175 NW 67th St. since

1956.A special. assembly was held 2 Killed In Expressway Crashreached

at the school on Wednesday.

On Sunday afternoon the _._.. ._- _.
faculty and Parent Teacher man and a woman were driver was Trooper William the crest of a slight
Association will hold a spec killed on the Palmetto Ex- L. Budd, 28, a Highway rise and saw the other car Neal Adams (center) presents the coveted "1ra- I t

ial retirement program at the pressway last Wednesday patrolman for four years. skidding in the northbound veling Trophy"to Robert F.. Cook, Director of the
school. night when their car and a Budd was admitted toSouth lanes. Metro Building and Zoning Department, as Commissioner -
Also retiring from the Florida Highway patrol car Miami Hospital for treat-
Ben Shepard looks on. The trophy I is pre-
school this year will be Mrs. collided during a hard rainstorm ment of a broken Jaw. He The car sailed across the .
Patrol median strip into sented each to the Metro department with the ;
Loreatha R. Peck, In the sys- gave Highway investigators depressed year
tem since 1941 and a fourth The dead were Identified this account: Budd's path and continued safest driving record, and was shared for 1969 by )!

grade teacher Holmes since as Johnnie Williams, 35, of He was driving south, toward him sideways. The the Metro Building and Zoning and Finance depart
1954; and Ellis Williams,bead 1900 NW Second Ct., and El- about a quarter mile below patrol car rammed straightinto ments. Miami-Metro Department of Publicity & ' .
custodian, who began at the ma Jeane Lindsey, 21, of 220 the NW 36th St. Interchange the driver's side of the ._
school in 1954. NW 63rd St. The patrol car of the Palmetto, when he other car. Tourism photo.Un.lvers1ty -

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204 students received decrees ceived Bachelor of Arts and Science degrees.36 December the degrees. to the Junior class by exchanging 1051 NW 64th St.; Gloria Tay-
at the 28thAnnualCom- Science degrees while,20 will '68 graduates will also receive On Saturday, May 17 at 8:15 a candle for a rose. lor, wife of Mr.Clarence Tay-
menceraent Exercises of receive Bachelor of Science in Bachelor of Arts and ,p.m., the traditional Rose and Among the graduates are: lor, 4917 NW 29th Avenue;
Barry College, Miami Shores, Nursing degrees. Master of Science degrees on this occasion ,I Candle Ceremony was held in Patricia Coleman, daughter of Frances E. Robinson, daughter '
on Sunday, May 18 at 8 p.m. Science degress in social work 1 the College auditorium. During Mrs. May Etta Coleman, 1127 of Mrs. Delia Green Rob-
In the Barry College auditor- have,been earned by 15 stu- 1st Place; Arnette Franks, inson, 1620 NW 65th St.; and
ium.Of dents with 25 more graduates The Most Reverend John J. the impressive ceremony wife of Mr. Clark Frank,2332 Cynthi a Clark, wife of Mr.
the 204 students 112 re- receiving Master of Arts and Fitzpatrick, D.D., Auxiliary Bishop of Florida, conferred

'Ridl1f..Oftd H MasonsCelebrate

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Closing school activities for the Frank C. Martin Elemen- International Free and Ac-
tary School are as follows: May 28, awards day grades kindergarten cepted Modern Masons and
through grade 2, at 1 p.m.; May 29, awards day -' Order of Eastern Stars held
grades kindergarten, three and four, 8:30 a.m.; May 30, their "Founders Day" 'cele-
school holiday. bration at their newly pur-
Group No. 2, Deacon Benbow, chairman Second Baptist chased Temple located at 5598
Church is sponsoring a tour to Key West,June 1. This tour is NW 7th Avenue.
one you shouldn't miss. Roundtrip fare 700. All interested fl'1 U
persons may call Deacon Benbow or contact any member of Opening ceremonies were 't, '
group ##2. held on Thursday night, May ,
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On the Cougar campus we find the Cougar festivities many. and Friday night May 16 sponsored I, ", ..\ \ ,., .t11 ,,1/r.! 't .L: ',.\. ,.\, )' .1\\ '..,"ff"\.,
On last week the Student Council officers were elected. The by the brothers feature ; If.!" 4 }, 1
officers for the school term 1969-70 are: Dan Halyburton, ing many soloists and groupsof
president; Mary Otslud, vice president; Becky Miller, sec our city.Climaxing.
retary; and Wendy Green, treasurer. FOR THE FINEST: HOUSING ACCOMMODATIONSAT
Also dealing with elections this week is campaign week for our FoundersDay
all class officers and boards. on Sunday was Rev. C.: L. MODERATE RATES-CALL
Miami Killian Senior High chorus travels to Miami Beach Bell who delivered sermon.

this week for the annual chorus festival. May their trip be a The affair was a very suc-
successful one.Majorette cessful one. Group pictured
tryouts were held the past two weeks from the after Sunday's meeting with
community of Richmond Heights, we have as our particular some of their leaders seated Irea /
representative Miss Edna Collins.Congratulations to all those center front line left to right RENTAL
who were worthy of being selected as Miami Killian Sr. High are: Noble S. T. Davis,president -
School majorettes. of the Board Directors;
Now is the time 1 III! I If you wish to tryout for Cheerleader Noble Lady Mary Arline,
now is the time. Tryouts are now in session. You may be one
Grand Master. Chairmans for
of those serving your school next year.So come out and try for
Cheerleader now is the time 111 I I IIf the affair are Noble Lady Katie
you want to be in with the groove attend FHA's Luoa. It Crenshaw and Companion
will be swinging.
George Walker.
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Miami Silhouettes held their last meeting in suburbiaat ?
Kappa THE
the palatial home of Silhouette Corrie Mumford, 14845 I
Robinson Street. Silhouette Ossie Hollis presided and was
unanimously re-elected to serve another term. Must for the Businessman IN DADE AND BROWARD COUNTIES

Special guest Polemarch Herbert Ammons, commended the 4402 NW 7th Avenue
silhouettes for their enthusiasm and requested their continuous Phone; 758.1191, 'A (fleet of cars and collectors give door to door service for
support. tenants convenience I'
$50.00 MonthlyAnd A community recreation center for teinogm and adults "rent
Selected for the law of the month of May was the lawn of 'free,"furnished and air c6t1ditioned for,our comfort alld enjoyment.
Mr. and Mrs. Frank Mlngledoff, 10205 SW 152nd Street. You Are In Business
A' public relations'department to assist you with your problems.

Tenants concern will stopvondcllsmondreducethecostofhouslng.

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THE MIAMI TIMES, Friday, May 23, 1969

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H. E. SICISMUND REEVES, editor and Publisher Leap Speaks .\
1 Executive Director National Urban .
GARTH C. REEVES, Managing Editor
STANLEY I I. '.WE'!TING, Theatrical Editor .

Notional Advertising Representative Israel's Lessons For AmericaThe 1

310 Madison Avenue. New York, N. Y. 10017 of Israel from nations of corner of FIRED WORKERS IN CHARLESTON, WEST VIRIGINIA
people come every
Member of the Notional Newspaper Publishers Association
2400 S< Michigan Avenue, Chicago, III. 60616 the globe, and a short walk in the streets of Tel Aviv bringsthe civil rights leaders urged support of 3500 fired Road
visitor into contact with people of all colors. Blue-eyed
SUBSCRIPTION RATES Commission Employees today. Mrs. Martin Luther King, jr.
blondes and dark-skinned people mix freely without the hys-
ONE YEAR 55.00 SIX MONTHS $3.00 FOREIGN $6.00tntered terical color-consciousness we find among too many Amerii Joined Rev. Ralph Abernathy, Congresswoman Shirley

as Second Clan Matter, August 9, 1927 at the Pos' cans. Chisholm, Dorothy Height, A. Philip Randolph,Bayard Rustin,
Office at Miami, Florida, under the act of March 8, 1876 Their common bond is, of course, that they are all Jews. Roy Wilkins and Whitney M. Young, supporting the strikein

"CREDO OF THE NEGRO PRESS"The But we are all Americans, and we would do well to emulatethe Charleston, South Carolina, but this is the first time they
NEGRO PRESS believes that America can best lead Israelis in removing color as a barrier among people. have united in support of a strike of poor white workers
the world from racial and national antagonism when It accords Tolerance toward Arabs also surprised me. One would think The full text of the statement follows:
to every man regardless of his race, creed or color his humanand "We believe it is necessary to speak out In support of
legal rights. Hating no man, fearing no man..the Negro that a nation surrounded by bostlle Arab states whose guerillas
Press strives to help every man In the firm belief that all men inflict dally casualties on troops and civilians would develop 3500 workers who were callously and wrongfully fired by the
are hurt as long as anyone,is held back. deep hatred for the enemy. State Road Commission of West Virginia for attempting to

But It is not so, generally. A topArmy general explained ito t exercise their constitutional rights to Join a union of their own

Palmetto Report Demands, Action me. "I don't want my children to hate," he said. "If you choosing."We .
I teach a child to hate Arabs,you are teaching him to fear them, view this struggle of the State Road Commission workers
for the two are linked, and I don't want my children to learn; for union representation as being part of the larger fight

The Miami Times was happy to learn this week that Dade fear Think of the energies and lives that are wasted on such going on in our nation against all forms of discrimination and
school officials intend to take proper action on the recommen fear and hatred here in America! exploitation. We are no less outraged because the great ma-
dations In the special report on racial tensions at Miami pal The subject came up again when I met Israel's brilliant and jority of these workers are white. Their struggle is for eco

metto High School. With only a few weeks left In this school charming Prime Minister, Mrs. Golda Meir. An American nomic and human dignity.
year It Is not very likely that any meaningful changes can tie suggested to her that Arabs were lazy and Incapable of learn "We, therefore, applaud the West Virginia Labor Federation
expected this term. But when the bell rings again In September ing modern techniques .- the same lies that many people assert and the Laborers' District Council of West Virginia for
the public will be entitled to answers on many questions about Negroes. their tireless efforts to obtain Justice for the State Road work.

which have gone unanswered for too long. Mrs. Meir was visibly annoyed, but she answered In a very ens.a .
The report, prepared by a W-: racial committee of the Miami ladylike way that no, you can't say ape pie are lazy. It's "Surely, Governor Arch A. Moore, Jr., must realize that It
Coalition at Superintendent Edward Whigham's request, matter of opportunity and education, she said and she told of was the stubborn refusal of governmental officials to recognize -
Was made public last Thursday. Basically the report found an the efforts Israel is making to motivate ItsArabpopulatlon the rights of public employees to unionize that was the
unreadiness on the part of faculty and administrators to and open new opportunities for them.In her on quiet way, Shed reason for last year's Memphis tragedy
deal with the problems accompanying Integration. theboard exploded the myths and generalizations that are part and "We believe that the state government of West Virginia must
was taking the edict of the courts seriously, these problems parcel of racist thought. immediately rescind the decision reached on March 11,1969,
should have been anticipated and proper action taken to com Israel also has some concrete lessons for us. Its agricultural to fire these workers so that they may enjoy the right to Job
bat them. cooperatives might be used as example for solving the security and union representation to which every American
The six-man committee Is to be commended for the depth of problems "f the rural South. worker is entitled."

the report In so short a time.Committee chairman,Dr.Henry' I visited a moyshev, a cooperative agricultural community., The Rev. Dr. Ralph David Abernathy, president, Southern
King Stanford and his committee spent more than 40 hours The government gave each member a house and tarmland. The Christian Leadership Conference; Dorothy Height, president,
within a week Interviewing students, teachers, parents and cooperative buys equipment for use by the private farmers National Council of Negro Women; Mrs. Martin Luther Kin,
administrators.The and markets their goods. All have an equal voice In the government Jr.; A. Philip Randolph, vice president, American Federation
meat of the report Is found in the committee's summary of the community. of Labor-Congress of Industrial Organizations; Bayard Rustin,
which Is reproduced In full below: As mechanization makes more and more farm laborers executive director, A. Philip Randolph Institute; Roy Wilkins,
It Is essential that Palmetto High School be able to operate, Jobless In our rural areas, It might make sense to considera executive secretary, National Association for the Advance-

and to perform its primary function of educating our youth, similar development here. Federal land grants,coupled with ment of Colored People; Whitney M. Young, Jr., executive
black or white. To do this, definite and quick courses of action cooperative organization, could keep people out of big city director National Urban League and Congresswoman Shirley
must be available and specified for anyone who feels slums, leading productive lives on their own land. Chisholm. _
himself wronged. With this assurance any future interferencewith Israel is also dotted with new cities. Planners carefully

the orderly function of the, school mjst be dealt with arranged for the settlement of new immigrants in new towns. LETTER TO EDITOR
promptly and firmly. I visited one, Kyrlat Gat'on the edge of the Negev. It's a bustling
Every faculty member, student and staff member must ex community, specially designed to Integrate newcomers Is There An Answer To Riots?
ert every effort -- go the extra mile -- to work out Internal Into Israeli life
It will take a long time to forget the riots that took place in
problems before the confrontation stage commences. If a small country can do this, why can't we, with out vast Miami last both in
yar, Liberty City and in Coconut Grove.
The general rule of "black comes to white" has created :a open spaces, plan for new towns to absorb our growing popu- But what about this
summer? Must we face another terrifying
negative attitude In the black community toward Integration. lation? We have more money, more planners, more industry
The bussing of black students to Palmetto High School has than Israel has. But they are experimenting, while we are Illustration? of "the wrath of man"; or can the riots be prevented -

necessitated a far greater adjustment for Negroes than for stuck In a rut. Why?
whites. Blacks and whites now realize that significant cul Perhaps the answer lies in the pioneering spirit the na- Last year as some of the militant riot organizers were leaving -
tural differences existed at the time of desegregation and still tion-building spirit of adventure ,that was once so strong, in the city they promised us that in the coming year, this
exist. Not enough training and exposure have been provided In America, but now seems smothered by affluence and social year, "blood would run in the streets of Miami". College

I prior years for teachers and students to make the transition disinterest. If Israel has anything to teach us, it may be that to campus riots throughout the nation now are merely background
with understanding and consideration, in an atmosphere con this spirit must be recaptured, and that our resources must an early start for major riots this summer. The young
ducive to more comfortable feelings for those who have to be used to develop, our own human potentials to create an the people are kept at a high pitch,and when school dismisses for
make the greater adjustment. equal,society summer, look out!
i Lack of knowledge of black history and black culture causes The great minds of the nation have offered solutions but
some white teachers and counselors to be offensive without none seems to have worked. Things seem to be de-evolving

meaning to do so. White teachers, never having been exposed rather than improving. A nearly forgotten book, the Bible,
to the dress habits special word connotations PHIL OSSOFERWhich gives this explanation: "Because sentence against an evil deedis
...,.... ...ft_ AftA&_ _,..__._>___ . ..,diet preferences_ _ not executed speedily the
1 ciu., tan crone !suspicions, rears ana reelings of Inferiority heart of the sons of men is fully
and isolation among black students. shall it be, militancy of God, and ultimatelyal set to do evil". (Ecc. 8:11)

The effort to; ,bridge ,the cultural Inform ton gap must be non-violence? Can either though one might suffer greatly Men, black and white, are frustrated with the result of the
expanded. More materials, courses, lecturers and books than 'win the victory, and which can in the battle, one will over nearly godless system they have built,and are calling for progress
every before are available, to l help::In this process. Every conquer quickest? come. How does one find the change and revolution.
teacher should consider himself Inadequate to teach until he I choose nonviolence because laws of God? Thev are clearly But regardless of "the rights" that are given to, or forced
has been properly exposed and the gap has been closed. militancy cannot solve revealed in the Holy Scrip.. upon men, regardless of the political system that rules men,
'We sense a need to apply some of the recommendations of problems. As Dr. Martin Lu- tures. "But the meek shall an answer apart from God's answer can not and will not be
this Panel to situations mother, parts of the school system, ther King stated ,"If we retaliate ,inherit the earth; and shall found that will solve man's frustration.
and we urge the Superintendent School Board to review this with hate and bitter- delight themselves in the Peace between men, whether Inside the nation, or outstide,
report with a question as to Its relevancy outside Palmetto ness, the new age will be no- abundance of peace."(Psalms must be based on Individual men having peace with God.
High School and its feeder schools.Summer thing but a duplication of the 37:11.) Are not the non-violent "Therefore being Justified by faith, we have peace with God
old age." Militancy fights fire the meek? ". . And there through our Lord Jesus Christ' (Romans 5:1) By willfully
Is Here with fire, and so does non- shall be one fold and one she p., choosing our own imperfect way rather than God's perfect
violence, the latter fighting herd." (John 10:16.Canm1l1) way we made ourselves God's enemies. "But God proves His
,And' Still No Swimming Pools with the fire of the love of God, fancy bring us into one peace love toward us, in that while we were yet sinners, Christ died
Summer burning away hate and bitter- ful fold If the shepherd is a for us." (Romans 5:8)
Is upon us and schools will be letting out in a few ness. dictator? Neverl! For except God offers us perfect peace with Him and also an eternal
weeks. This will dump thousands of kids on the streets I do not the Lord build home in
looking deny the militants the house, they heaven as a free gift if we simply trust him as the
i for something to do. Many of the older teens will their to be labor In vain one who
J find right angry. I, too, that build it. paid for all our imperfections and sin on the Cross.
gainful employment we hope. Others will Just be out to enjoy am angry because of the Militants, no matter what (Isa. 53:6, John 3:16)

their summer vacations. wretched state of human relations banner they wave, seek pow This peace and this ewr lasting heavenly home as a free
The black ,
community had hoped that four new Metro swim- around us. However, er for a "select" few Insteadof gift, is what God calls the good news the gospel. An this is
ming pools would be ready for the kids when school was out. discretion is needed. We, seeking Justice for all man the basis for any true peace men will ever have with men. If
I After many promises and many more delays, Metro awarded mustn't lose our "cool" or kind. They can bring, at best, you will believe this good news and begin sharing it with others
I bids for the four pools the first week in January of this year. we'll go off on tangents that an unsatisfactory substitute I God may give us peace in Miami this But regard-
Construction was supposed to begin Immediately with June will take us further from our for world peace a communistic less of turmoil and riot summer.
you can have with God now by
fl set as the target opening date. peace
goal of equality.In "peoples' simply
victory" putting faith
your and confidence In the work He finished
So what has been done so tar on these pools? Six weeks ago order to win the war for which in essence a victory for I on the Cross for
t your eternal home In his Heaven.
(three months after contracts were let) the Carson Construc- human dignity,,.we must be a few and enslavement for the
f tion Company, who won the $937,500 contract, surveyed and dignified. Non-violence em- rest. Roger E. Post
; staked out the areas. Then five weeks later they came back phasizes this quality. It defies Let us weigh each group,be .
. and dug the foundations. So far this weekwe have seen no activity the enemies of Justice, it non-violent, Black or White
on the construction sites. forcing them to slay non-vio- militant, communism, the I' MERCHANTS WHO ADVERTISE IN THE
Black people are becoming Increasingly discontent with this lent leaders because these John Birch Society or what MIAMI TIMES, ARE
I footdraggiog by Metro when It comes to projects for this com enemies cannot openly combat ever, on the scales ofScri APPRECIATE YOU
: munity. How long they will tolerate this attitude by the commission dignity. ture. If we do, we will see DOING BUSINESS WITH YOU.
,, is anybody's guess. But unless Metro adopt new set What is the secret of the clearly which road we must THEY ARE COURTEOUS, DEPENDABLE.
of priorities,bringing services to people most needful of them, success ofnon-vlolenceNon- take "for the tree is known PLEASE PATRONIZE
I fear they are in for a rude awakening. violence is obedient to the laws by its fruit." (Matt. 12:33.) THEM!



THE MIAMI TIMES, Friday, May 23, 1969 5

Time For Decision'1
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Women FindSuccess 'i ',;i' .f,", IIfl'! 'I,.1', \." ">. THE' MIDDLE CUSS SHOULD BE' ",,,t",''';'I: ",' ,"IIIIIJ,fu. l';'s:! ,

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SelfHelpProjects d ;,' _Ji

What links a New York supermarket cooperative, the
Alabama Freedom Quilting Bee Cooperative, a Connec-
ticut day-care ,center, a Louisiana bakery, and a Pittsburgh
caterer? All are owned and operated by black women
entrepreneurs whose pride and determination have
created new patterns living for themselves and others. c"DESPTL'
With encouragement and financial assistance from big
business, government and a corps of Inspired black lead
ers, thousands of Negroes, like these five able women,
are getting their first,chance to pull themselves out of a
vicious cycle of unemployment and apathy, according to
writer Rollie Hochstein in the June Good Housekeeping.

.'Cora Walker, a divorcee with a successful w
practice, who was among the first to call for Self-help
projects in low-income urban areas, has devised one answer
to the ghetto's often inferior shopping facilities: an
efficient, cooperative supermarket, staffed by local per-
sonnel, which offers good products at reasonable prices.
Here, Harlem residents own low cost shares,have a policy
vote, and take home some of the profits.
With a $50,000 government grant from the Office of
Economic Opportunity, Mrs. Walker started the Harlem
River Consumers Cooperative. "Sure I was scared," she
admits, "I knew nothing about the food business. But I STUDENTS AND YOUNG PEOPLE WE NEED THESE YOUNG
knew enough to ask questions and to take good advice." PEOPLE FOR THEIR IMAGINATION AND INVENTIVENESS THEIR

Major corporations, such as Supermarkets General NEW IDEAS AND APPROACHS? I Ii II I
Corporation, sent consultants to help,General Foods executives ROY W/LKINS
scouted managerial talent,National Cash Register

provided trainers. The Harlem co-op opened one year dollars i ::::'.1,::::::::: :::::::::'<:::t.::*,, :;:::-x<<::: ,*m :; '::::; .; ::;:::'KI ::;::::::::::::;
ago this June, with $10,000 from shares sold at five John Dean To Head
each. Sales then averaged$40,000 a week,and by this
year, 4,000 members had invested$264,000 in their store. I Foundation Backs I
The project is so successful that Mrs. Walker has a Democratic Minorities
second cooperative on her mind. However, she is not too
Impressed with her own accomplishments. "When you tiff Black Journalism i iI DivisionWASHINGTON
decide you don't want to be poor anymore," she Insists, {
"you find the strength."
I I DC.-John years in the poverty and urban
SCRAP-BAG QUILTS color With $400,000 Dean, a 38-year-old Urban programs, along with every
Rural Alabama Negro women have been making
Coalition executive and for segment of the blade community
for Now these same women -
ful scrap-bag quilts generations. NEW YORK Grants and and then will be rotated for mer anti-poverty official, has and other minorities."
members of the Alabama Freedom Quilting Bee
loans dealing with Negroes in eight months In the various been named as Director of
Cooperative, are making show-piece quilts for big city journalism and media cover Afro-American city news officers the Democratic National Com- "I hope to bring to this task ))'
department stores. With six designer-inspired patterns, age of minority affairs were' .' Prominent black news mittee's Minorities Division.A some of the contacts and ex- r i
sewn in cotton and velvets,they are turning out quilts that announced this week by the men will teach classes. Suc- per fence I have gained In
retail from$85 at New York's Lord& Taylor, St. Louis' Ford foundation: cessful trainees will be guaranteed Phi Beta Kappa graduateof working at the grass roots
Famous Barr, and San Francisco's Environmental Ceramics To increase the numberof jobs by the Afro- Howard University, Dean level with various types of

black journalists employed American chain,andby the Atlanta was described by Democratic community groups which have
Mrs. Eugene Witherspoon, manager of the project,lends National Chairman Fred
by Southern print media, Constitution the R. sought to address themselvesto
her living-room-bedroom for the quilting parties.Othersare $123,000 to the Virginia Council Greensboro Daily News, the Harris .- who made the appointment the problems of poverty,"
beld in store back rooms,and in the community church on Human Relatons for an norfolk Star Ledger, and the -- as "a highly Dean said "I would also hope
vestry. A soon-to-be-completed $20,000 sewing center is on-the-job training programfor Norfolk Virginian Pilot. competent young man,experienced to bring to this task the con-
the symbol of the cooperative's success. fifteen apprentice Negro in and dedicated to the tacts and some of the dImen-
The Bee's,first year netted $6,000. Last fall It earned journalists, to be conductedby cause of advancing opportunities sions I have been able to acquire
that amount in one month. With Ford Foundation money the Richmond-Baltimore- for black people,Spanish- while working( on the urban
came the first stockpile of fabric, the first office work Washington Afro-American Red CrossVolunteers speaking Americans,American problems of our societyand
er. The women sew sections together by machine, but do weekly newspapers. Indians and other minor with the Urban coalition."
the quilting and finishing by hand. Each now earns To upgrage Negro college To ity groups."
75 cents an hour, a sum which doubles family earnings."In student
the beginning, the ladies didn't think too much of their newspapers in, $126,445to Atlanta HonoredThe Dean said that the looks for
Clark College Be
quilts," says Mrs. Minnie McMillan, "now with orders Ga., for a project in which ward "to assisting Harris the in party their ,Go To Church
coming in from all over the country, they think they're journalists from and Chairman
Dade County Chapter, very serious attempts to be of
beautiful. Southern metropolitan newspapers American Red Cross will Sunday
help to the people that I have
TUSKEGEE FRUITCAKE and faculty members honor all Red Cross volunteers been serving over these past
A fruitcake recipe, developed by Tuskegee Institute from Southern journalism at a "thank you" coffee
launched the Acadian Delight Bakery In Lake Charles, schools will work with student to be held at chapter headquarters -
Louisiana. The bakery's guiding hand is Mrs. Laura editors at Negro colleges to 5020 Biscayne
Simeon, who has turned,five unskilled Louisianans Into improve the quality of cam Boulevard, on Monday,May 26 MR.
versatile bakers. The brainchild of a Negro priest, who pus newspapers. from 11 a.m. to 2 p.m. I back in business and Is ready to meet hi sold
is a leader in the self-help movement, the bakery has To improve news coverageof Among those receiving certificates friends and customers at his new address,'
been so successful that Barricini stores, A&I P and Safe minority group affairs, and pins will be Mrs.
way grocery chains all stock its slowly diversifying line. $86,200 to the New School for Theodore Gibson, R.N. and 8 SW 2nd AvenuePh
In the words of Mrs. Simeon, "It's really a happy shop. Social Research for a seriesof Mrs. Almus Shipp both of
All we want Is more cakes and more work." forums to help white man- whom have served for 20 : 374-2773

DAY. CARE CENTERSLess agers, and editors of New years. Offering the same courteous service as has

than four years ago, Miriam Johnson evolved a York-based media gain a All residents of Greater Miami been his policy for the past 49 years. If you
better Into the life and
Insight who serve the community
center in Bloomfield Connecticut where 65
day-care ,
mothers needs of the black and Puerto through their work with Red need money or expert watch repairs. See men!
pre-schoolers spend their days, while their are
at work. With a $10,000 low Interest loan from the small Rican communities. Cross are cordially invited to
business administration, she bought equipment, set up a To help finance the publication attend.

program that met the standards of the Hartford Board of of a new family magazine - - - - - - - -- - - - - - - -- --IMJMiami
for black women, a $70- ,r--------------------------------- _
Education, hired one teacher and five aides. With self-
sufficiency attained, Mrs. Johnson's current project Is to 000 program-related loan to r rr
Mecco Inc of TimesSUBSCRIPTION
Enterprises, '
open a chain of day-care centers in other lowincomeareas. :
Hayward, Calif., a predomi- "
nantly black -owned company
HORS d' OOEUVRES which is also being supportedin :' ORDERJ'' ,: ,:;_ '. :
Pennsylvania's "Small Businessman of the Year" is a the venture by seven San 1 Miami Times ", ,-,'
statuesque grandmother, who operates Hors d' Oeuvresby Francisco banks. 1 6530 NW 15th Avenue , I r
Roberta. Mrs. Roberta Lewis numbers among her customers Southern Black JournalistsThe 33147 I
Miami Florida
Pittsburgh..basedAllegheny Airlines and Kauf- grant to the Virginia I ,
mann's Department Store. !
Council Human Relationswill
With a $10,000 SBA loan, Mrs. Lewis leased, equippedand support on the training of 1 Enclosed is $5.00 to cover the' cost of a one year subscription to :

remodeled her store. A typical day's work order black journalists, most of I The Miami Times. II ::
calls for 14 cases of hors d' oeuvres at 540 pieces to a whom will be recruited from I
case. Her staff of 14 Is paid beyond the minimum salary the South, by theAfroAmerican I Mail Paper to: .
levels, but her own profits are plowed back into the newspaper chain, which
business. Mrs. Lewis' philosophy: Is revealed in these has editorial offices in Rich I U Address ___________ __ _- __-___ _-__-_ r
words which she had for her pupils at the Pittsburgh mond, Baltimore,Washington,
,Community Action Program "You can do what Fro doing, and Newark. The trainees will : City State Zip Code :
but first, you must have confidence in yourself. attend classes in journalismin .
Richmond for three months arre>itrrr.I' .rrsrrrrrrrrrrrrr .. .. ....

6 THE MIAMI TIMES Friday, May 23, 1969
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Ir PM CoconutBY

a Grove JACKSONHighlights

Miami Times Society EditorOn A +

Saturday, May 17, Mr. and Mrs. Row, Goulds hosted a
reception honoring Mrs. Mable D. Barlow, teacher at Mays IN OUR CHURCHES:
High who will retire in June.Members of the Friendship Gar- On the fourth Sunday in this month, Greater St. Paul AME
den Club were special guests. Musical numbers were furnished will have their annual "Youth Day" program. The speakers
by Elmo Sparks and Raphu Williams.,Alma Keener, will be for the 7 a.m. service, Miss Antoinette Silva, the 11
the occasion; a reading by Mrs. C. S. Culver, greetings by p.m. speaker will be Barbara Bain. The theme is "Who A In 1,
Mrs. Edward Wake and Mrs. Marie Roux Where Am I Going."
Naomi (Mrs. Samuel) Grant was hostess to the Poinsettia The trustees of Greater St. Paul will be selling dinners In
Bridge Club on Saturday. A 1 the annex Saturday, May 24 and May 31.You may place your
The Miami Springs' Holiday Inn was the setting for the an- 5 t f order today for your dinner next Saturday.
nual banquet-meeting of Public Health Nurses of District Ushers' Board No. 1 of Greater St.Paul will celebrate their
No. 28 of Dade County, Friday, May Dorothy(Mrs. Oscar) 42nd anniversary Sunday at 3 p.m. here at the church. Everyone
Weaver was chairman. is invited to come out.
Houseguesting with lona Dukes are Violet DeGenest and IN OUR SCHOOLS:
Ruby Morgan, Bronx. They'll spend a few days in Miami be- Hats off I I 11 I Linda Hendrlxs, Antoinette Silva, and Glenda
fore embarking on a Caribbean cruise. Borden. Linda Hendrixs and Glenda Borden made Junior Vars.
The PTA and faculty of Holmes Elementary School will ity Cheerleaders at Gables High. Antoinette Silva made Varsity. .

honor retiring principal, Mrs. Thena Crowder, Sunday afternoon .
May 25 at 4 p.m. Alfonso Murray, Jr. III performed May 11th at Coral Gables Sr. High School will have their graduation on
Happiness is being "sweet sixteen", says June Karen Far- j the University of Miami School of Music Prepcratory June 16, at 8 p.m. at the Miami Beach Auditorium. You can
quharson(our godchild) who celebrated her natal day,Thursi i Division Student Recital. He played "Fantasy only come by Invitation,which is a ticket the graduating senior
day, May 29, at Old Scandia House passes out.Congratulations.
Among the twenty-eight Dade residents wbobave been nominated 'Piece" by Schumann. Alfonso is the son of Mr. to: Gerald Tinker,Arthur Small and Kenneth

for the 22nd annual County Outstanding Citizen's Award are the Rev. Canon Theodore R. Gibson and the Rev. Edward :soloist in the Mrrami area.) He is a ninth grader young men are all seniors of Coral Gables Sr. High.IN .
T. Graham. Congratulations! The winner will be announcedat j Miami Edison Senior High School. OUR COMMUNITY:
a luncheon Thursday at the Dupont Plaza Hotel. For all graduating senior (boys), who are not planning to'
Delta Sigma Theta Sorority honored its 66 debutantes for attend college, please contact me at 448-6268.
1969 at a luncheon at the Holiday Inn at Miami Springs. Progressive Club 6th Annual The "Sensations" came to let me hear their new record.
Baritone Eugene Holmes, new member of the University of It is really what's happening, I think it will go all the way
Miami music faculty, will sing his first solo recital on cam- Tea Sunday For the people in the Coconut Grove area who have nothing
pus at 8:30 Saturday evening in'Beaumont Hall. Holmes, who to do in the evening, Just go out to Grand Avenue Park. Thepark
has sung with the New York City Opera Company and the San has now started back to having games(baseball) in the
Francisco Opera, Joined the UM faculty as visiting lecturerin II I I evening.
applied music last September. He has performed with the The young men from the Coconut Grove area played the
Metropolitan Opera National Touring Co.and many U. S. orchestras t young men from Richmond Heights Sunday in football game,
He records for Avant Garde Records'of New York r 6 y. in which Coconut Grove slaughtered the Heights, after
City. Dorothy Ziegler, director of UM's Opera Theater, will the games the girls from the Grove area slaughtered the
accompany Holmes at the piano. girls from the Heights, in a game of their own choice.
Congratulations to 15-year-old Cassandra Smith, Carver
Junior High School student, "A Better Chance"award recipient -
who will complete her high school education on a full three- Classes Now Open:

year .scholarship at the exclusive mountain-top Walnut Hill A.S THE LOUISE RILEY
School in Natick Mass.
____,_ ,_ ._ m FINISHING& MODELING
How about those fabulous reviews given to Jo Marie Pay- 4
ton(Mamma) in the Merry-Go-Round Theater's production of ACADEMY
'Raisin In the Sun'? i :
; x 35HE 11th Street, Rm 233
On June 27 at the Dupont Plaza Hotel Metro CommissionerNeal MRS. INEZ PAYNE
TEL 379-3531
Adams will be feted to a testimonial dinner. :
Miami Northwestern High School staged its first annual The Progressive Social -- '
student arts and crafts show Ibis week In the library.I Club is sponsoring their.6th SAM DAVIS High fashion models needed
George Wein, originator of the Newport Jazz Festival, Annual Tea at the Bondedltental promises that many of the Newport stars will participate in I Agency, 4150 NW 7th Ave this great program.

his Miami Jazz Festival In Miami Marine Stadium during the :Sunday, May 25 from 4- 6p.m. --- - - - - _..
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weekend of June 27-29.
This is always a beautiful (

Nancy (Mrs. William) Pate has been quite busy lately. The program and we have all gone '
Warner(Winifred) Sanfords and son, Warner D,Detroit,were out this year and planned a
attending an insurance conference at Hollywood but came down wonderful program for your (
last weekend for a visit with Nancy. Also houseguesting with enjoyment, with suchdynamicpersonalities (
Nancy were the Haywood(Vera) Liggeons, Detroit. The San- as Mrs. (
fords left on Wednesday for a holiday in Nassau before re- Len nett e Pennington, Mrs. ( 'w'
turning home. Lue Ella Bruton, Mrs. Anne
Jetting to Kansas City on Friday to witness the graduationof Smith, Mr. Phillip Knight,and
their son and nephew Benjamin Wilson were Winifred Wil- many others, we are sure you
son and Bessie Dennis.Congratulations will enjoy it.

to Rowena Sutton upon receiving her MJV.
from Barry College on Sunday Our hats are off to Mrs.Inez I

The Phllos will meet Saturday. May 22 at 6 p.m. Mrs. VIr- Payne, organizer and program I >
ginia Bennett will be hostess, 2242 NW 77th Street., committee chairman and our I / 7 50fl'.J resses
On Sunday Mrs. president Mr. Sam Davis,for
Kennedy (CorrineMumford was hostess j ,
being such an inspiration to the I Suits
to .the Kapp Silhouettes at her Richmond Heights home \
m Miami Beach for club and for putting together
a meeting of the Society for Public ; '
Administration at the Deauville, is Mary Elizabeth L.Carne- !such a wonderful program. So ::

' gie, associate editor for Nursing Outlook Mary Is the former
dean of the school of Nursing at FAMU. At present she is a HARRELL 1" "
doctoral candidate in the school of public administration at

:Church Women United of Greater Miami North Date: June l I
5Place: First Christian Church of North Dade,178 NW 128th
Street, 10 a.m. Be sure to call your area chairman before (
t. deadline, June 2 and let her know how many lunclrfon tic- ( Values To
kets ($1.00)) you will need. ( .
Mr. and Mrs. John Souter (Evelyn) have arrived back Into ,
the city after a wonderful vacation in the East and Midwest. ( Jr.
m Philly they were the faouseguests of the Gordon and Buck ( PetitesJuniorsMissey* / Sizes

family, in Wilmington, Delaware, Mrs. Etel Parks; In Indianapolis ( ....
they visited their oldest son Carlton,who has grad ( ,
uated from the Atterburg Job Corp,Edinburg,Indiana and now ( .v 1
is employed with Firestone In Indianapolis. Mrs. Lena Lati- Extra Specfxd White .'Y
mer of Madison Florida accompanied them on their trip.
They also visited Camden, N. J. and other places too num- ',
100 Dresses J
erous to mention. ?it ,
The VFW had an impressive installation service Saturday, x'
May 17 at the beautiful Polish-American club. Among units :

being Installed was Post No. 5693 of Opa-locka headed by 2 5X1 COLORPORTRAITS
M. C. Coverson, post commander. They were installed by 5 I
Dept. Commander Harold Ducanson. The Women's Auxiliary \
headed by Mrs. Bertha Florence was Installed by Dept: ONLY 3.95 f /
President Hilda Ralero. rfi r'
Miami Jackson High's Annual Art Show runs June 2-6 In the \ 2 MO. SALE'GRADATIONS .
school library. Go out and take a look You will be pleased and
surprised.The MAYS DRESSES
Belafonte Tacolcy Center will have Mrs. Marie Carl as CHILDREN -
guest speaker next Thursday at their second annual dinnerat PORTRAITS
the Miami Police Benevolent Hall. More than 300 are ex- 2800 NW 5th Ave.
pected. PHONE 635-9287 CENTER OF THE GARMENT :
Thomas Cash, local musician, is now working as a part- 3619 DISTRICT j.4 m
time news reporter for radio station WKAT. AVE.

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THE MIAMI TIMES, Friday, May 23, 1969 7

I Mary Young, Shoots For Miss 'Bronzeville USA'

coordinator of the pageant has is Miss Louise Riley director
asked Bill Cosby, Sammy of Louise Riley Finishingand
Davis and Sidney Poitier to be Modeling Academy at 35
their Grand Marshals leadingthe NE 17th Street in Miami.
beautiful queens who will The Pageant is open to any
be in that glamourous city for girl in the state 18 25 years
seven days with all expenses old, unmarried who is now
paid by Professional Sports, attending or will attend collegein BY STANLEY"SWEETS" SWEETING 'tlINEO
inc. and '''Citizens'Toic' ,". the fall. Contestants will S
a One of those lovely young ladies display a talent and will be -TYPE . --, '
will be chosen as the National judged on their poise and per- THE LITTLE'RED BOOK: Hospital Inmates are beefing that: {
Miss Bronzeville Queen sonality and the winner will many cases of pneumonia victims recorded therein are due to
Friday night, September 5, at receive $700 plus many other high pressure air-conditioning that spews .
8 p.m. The new Miss Bronze gifts. freezing air thruout the wards. Some argue y' ,
ville, who will have won a$2- particulars for the Florida ,that in many cases patients are too thinly
,000 scholarship, and her court run-off will be announced clad, others are too delicate from operations *
will be the guests of the Tour- later. Interested persons may to stand the freezing temperature. . .",.. .. i
-I\i nament of Roses in Pasedena, ,send photos and vital information Slain police motorman Ronald McLeod's '
\ California New Years Day to 35 NE 17th Street passing was honored by the Miami Police \ '" jl
1970. Suite No. 233, or call the State Department, when fellow uniformed officers
The Florida State Coordi- Coordinator Miss' Riley 'at were ordered to wear their badges 'in
n nator for this glamorous event 379-3581 mourning.' A black satin ribbon draped '
4LL around each officer's shield signalled 'inmemory' ..

--". until after the departed 'brother'was
II MARY YOUNG AIR CONDITIONED PHONE: 691-9945 buried, The edict was not in vogue during the passing of
Miss Mary Young whose and "Citizens' Voice of Phila Chief Walter E. Headley and other departed police personnel
vital statistics are 34-22- delphia" both of that easteri Announcing but it'll no doubt be a standing order.
34, is only one of the many bits quaker town are sponsoring
of feminine pulchritude enter- this pageant that will have CAMEO NOTES ON A NAPKIN: New county commissioner Neal
ed in the exciting, "Miss their fourth annual parade Adams will be feted with a testimonial dinner June 27 at the'
Bronzevllle USA" beauty and starting promptly at 9 a.m, Dupont Plaza . During the Miami Beach entry of travel,
talent pageant of 1969, that on Labor Day September 1, BEAUTY agents convening here recently from all over the U.S., a'
will be held September 5, in in Los Angeles. The parade 'Showcase' featured their visit in conclave. Miami's black
the Los Angeles Memorial will consist of 35 cars, eacl agency North's Travel Bureau honored a segment of the black
Sports Arena in Los Ageles carrying a State Queen,a con- SALON convention delegates with a motor tour of Miami's Black Belt
California. test Judge a Congressman and its better community living. 1
Professional Sports Inc., and a celebrity. The national 1] 8519 NW
SALT WATER TAFFY: Enid Wallace to Nassau last Saturday -"j
22nd Ave. to be at the bedside of an ailing aunt Mrs Alice Rolle,
who suffered a stroke and heart attack. . Archie Finder's?
FREE PRIZES mother and pioneer Key West citizen, Mrs Rowena Pinder,I
Pall MallMenlhol100i. COME IN AND REGISTERFOR "For Elegant passed in the Island City last Friday. It was Just a few short,
GRAND OPENING Ladies" months ago when this reporter visited her home and talked)
at length with her. I was always a welcome visitor and mad
ht-3 MONTHS HAIR STYLING2nd comfortable while a guest in her well-kept home. I never'&
2 MONTHS HAIR STYLING3rd visited Key West without calling on this hospitable mother of
I MONTH HAIR STYLING4th 4 fine grownups. She was one of my favorite people. Sympathy
to the bereaved.

Ion milder. Gifts For EveryoneSun. THE WEEK'S WASH: The James G. Collie's daughter Con-
er..yet stance Maria to wed Christopher LaFleur Jr June 21 at 4:00;
June Isf At 5 p.m. It'll be a St Agnes Episcopal middle-aisle trek with a reception -
... c. m following at Bonded Rental Agency's community hall . .
,, Sarah Dawson & Edna Harrison Nancy Colebrook's new-born baby boy Lambertdied May 15 of,
. ': Owners" a respiratory condition, lived 10 days CosmetologistDallas
y Robinson, manager,of Cette Rosette beauty salon, and,
1 S : : ,hair styling" whose terpichorean chores,are. done under the tag of 'Princess
< Wigs, Manicuring, Permanents Carlotta,' is sporting a huge lapel button: I Am A Girl}:

STUFF AND SUCH: A strictly semi-formal dine and dance
$5 Down outing at Old Scandia House in Opa-locka honors June Karen
.V. Farquharson on her 16th birthday May 29. The affair startsat
On 9:00 . Veteran Dade county schoolmarm Mrs Eunice
Liberty retires from the classrooms this"'69. She'll be honored .
:' for her years of service by the Greater Miami Council of
the National Council of Negro Women on Saturday June 14 at
5:30 at New Covenant Presbyterian Church, 1221 NW 43rd St.
SWEETS' TREATS: The Lamar Jacksons (she's Catherine
l\t,\ (Coopie) McCullough) of Brooklyn on visit with mother -
Mrs Mamie McCullough . The William (Betty) Burroughs' '
:' Jr expecting their second any day now . Calvin,
Davis out of the hops at home on the mend. . Eighth-grader 'l
Carol Frazier "Miss North Dade Junior High" winner for
,'69-70. . The July-ites ofStJames AME presents a ' -3
Tea' at the parsonage May 25 from 4 to 6 at Un peso per;

MIAMI;' MUSINGS: The John, Strachans daughter"Annette
Sandra and Carl Wright have set the date for June 1. They'll
'. .- MODEL 1060 MED-60" SPANISH MEDITERRANEANAMFM walk up the middle-aisle at,Grace Presbyterian on a sunn/
CONSOLE afternoon at 3:00. A recption follows at the Harold Taylors r
Console with Bar in Authenic Oak Finish. home, 1391 NW 38 St...Elizabeth (Shorty) Daniels and Louise
Cabinet of Genuine Hardwood and Solids. (Bama) Robinson planed down from NYC last week to offer:
sympathy and be In attendance at the funeral rites of brother..
inlaw Louie Alston (hubby of Goldie Alston) who was funer
alized from Richardson Mortuary last Monday.'

U. S. SCRATCH MY BACK: The Ronald Randall Youngs song
Government Ronald, has been selected as 'one of America's outstanding4
college athletes for 1969.; A senior at New Mexico-Highlands"
figures show University Ronald graduates in June having 'exempllfiedall-
: : Pall Mall around abilities in the sports competitions of our colleges'
MenthollOO'slower . Eddie and Verna Sands-Thomas up from Key West last
week-end houseguesting with Robert and Hazel Gabriel. .
in The Charles (Carlos) Moss'(she's Arnita)celebrated their 7th
"tar" than ann'y May 17 with a Holiday(LeJune Rd) Inn blast.

\ the best-
I sellingmenthol CONFIDENTIALLY YOURS: A reception for the Walter
l, TV's STEREOS Woods Jr. will be held by the Joseph Whites in Coconut Groveon
.A'.. June 14 at 7:30 3311 Florida Ave . Bimini's Antlered
king 8 SPEAKERS Herd (IBPOE of W) sponsors a gala Dinner Dance on the Island -
Strip in aid of Guiding Star Lodge and Temple June 20
379-0900 at 8 p.m. Held under the patronage of the Hon and Mrs. W. J.
Pall MollMenthol W Levarity (and other dignitaries) the Elks will prance at the
PHONE E BETWEEN 7 a.m. & |10 p.m. Bimini hotel at Five Dollars a shot. . Booker T. Washing.
Sundays Included Drama" May 29, featuring its concert band with solos and a
musical drama by students and guest artists. Band instructor -
100's. F&M TV 425 E 9th St. Timothy o. Savage will direct activities in BTWs audit.
. Mrs. Rosa Pearl Pressley Lester of 1961 NW 166th St.

If> f 22. Happy birthday.

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8 THE MIAMI TIMES, Friday, May 23, 1969

.-. injected with multi ke)f The society welcomes Mr.
t changes and medley'd with all I I Lewis Williams, livingat 1340 FIRST
> ii i mi the different tempos. The Little River Drive, here in
Addle Reports 2 natural crescendo of It's coda Miami. Mr. Williams is a MIAMI SHOWING
left a resounding echo in the baritone and not without ex
T On Musical ArtsPONTIPHFLET beautiful Gigi Room, enough perience. His daughter Tonda SCREENED AT 10:30:
By ADLINE : to set a delicious pace for the Renee is his sweet little spon-
program that followed. In the
I I forthcoming concert, set for sor.Our
U only Mr. Plato was here, June 15, (this time in the fabulous Mrs. Blanche Calloway
he would, Pm sure, take great LaRonde Room,) Miss advised us of a special Progress ONE GIRL'S
pride in presenting our guest Germaine will probably arrest Report" broadcast concerning SHOCKAWAKENING '
The Performing Arts -
Performing Arts Society your attention when she will
member for this week Society to be aired Tuesday,
Miss present the eternal "Ua Bel
June 3, WMBM, 7:55a.m,1:55
Germaine Miller.
Dl Vendremo" from the
Germaine is the daughter ol r "Madame Butterfly"opera, a p.m., 9:55 p.m., 1490 on your FROM =I IF f

the very popular George and Puccini effort which made him radio dial. INNOCENCE... 4' ;h\
Dorothy Miller living at 2976 famous. What with her clear Good news from City Hall 1'I'
NW 49th Street,herein Miami. 1' voice, her graceful gesturesand is thatCommissioner M. TO THE
I couldn't believe it when ,tfyy an authentic Japanese cos- Athalie Range has extended a RAW a >
Mr. La Pierre told me she : tume, may we wish you to look personal invitation to the
was only fifteen years old and : \{. ,,', . forward to this spectacle of Mayor and Commissioners to REALISMOF
especially that she was a stu- '! ."' "lfh ,' rare artistic beauty. attend the forthcoming concert PRISON
dent in our studio, years be- :: J fflcidently, our concerts be- at the Fontainebleau.
fore I knew of it's existence' I:'C" ; >>' i'I ing strictly invitational, Ger Since these distinguished LIFE,
A vocal student "par ex, ;) l1Ni ,.. maine and I will be most happy guests have accepted her invitation AMONG
cellence" Miss Miller is a who to avail "yourselves" with they will be coming r
contributed the
mezzo-soprano of extraodi- the overtureat invitations providing they are to the affair as observers in WOMEN
nary range. Fortunately she affair.beginning of the last confirmed. Meanwhile, until prelude to their acceptance of WITHOUT i\\ -
has the personality to go with My Fair Lady"Lerner we have the pleasure of meeting a formal patronage which the
it. Her deep-tone voice has Lowe) never soundedso you personally MiNI"X"
may we society has extended to them.
quality which is good, especially that it wasen please wish to be
unquestionably you happy, The concert will be under the
outstanding to the extent love one another. distinguished patronage of
where it could be said that It Next week, Mr.Frank Fick- Commissioner M. Athalie '
can create a tone so voluptuous 1:41 ling. : Range. e"- 1 :

in it's richness, it seemsto 10 your w x' ,
appeal to more than Just Anything and Everything ROSE PRINT BALL / friends ..g
the aural sense it becomes Went! The June-t e s Calendar ed from Mrs. Ruth Blacknell, you saw it! rrr
almost tangible. "FILTHY FIVE" Club of Ft. Lauderdal is pre- chairman of the club
Germaine is a Notre Dame Also all new in color senting it's annual Roseprint 99 WOMEN

High School student which GIRLIE FROLICSJOSITIVIIYVADULTS Ball featuring the "King" jlirllVMl| | |I] ; !< ...behind bara-wffftoutmanl
keeps her within walking dis- wards Trio at the Elks Rest In..''
tance from the studio. Alwayson ONI Ft. Lauderdale Friday, June U3CTTTTTTTT1
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some particular vance tickets /COLORSGRAYHWRKAK
responsibility maybepurchasEM
because she is there 2 PRESSES HAIR III PUCE
when needed. .'It'. the hottest 1i45i TUESDAY WELD ANTHONY PERKINS

Hobbywise, one could say I how In town I IMiami's
nine Miss interests.Miller has Sewing very,femi-read- Comic Favorite .t This Week :ij; Next Week
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her rather rare spare time. JOYCE* CHRIS RUSSELL IRIS r *j THURS FRI SAT 1 Fri. Sat. Sun.
Not too bent on sports,she will -j&M&siMi' 1i
find great pleasure engaged in I i r WORLD FAMOUS
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MIAMI TIMES Friday, May 23, 1969 9

a J> K'.tIt11ACK'

.r !%BY DAVE

Do some folks think all black people are fools?
I wonder? I ask myself these questions because
ed about a lot of things that happen to us that ; H
never question. We are not fools, generally, but
,\. act that way and I am as guilty as the next
, "wake up" . see clearly what is going on, and
:, to correct the situation. Now, those of us who
Buicks Cbevrolets, Pontiacs. Oldsmobiles
General Motors cars must might be in this class.
cannot help ourselves because it is hard to get
these cars, and we accept what is offered
I offers it. But we have not stopped to look around
the finance company to see if any "soul sisters
are employed there. My main gripe is that I
(General Motors Acceptance Corporation) the
the number of black people who were coming
doors to pay notes to all white workers was
might be a black man cleaning up that
cleaning those cars, but not one black woman at a
or one black man In any white collar position.
was representing decided to try a bank for .
\ know that they will not get one cent of my money
damage are shown
or otherwise until I see some color added to
hope that any of my readers who have cars :Ahuber grad
dozers. The total
try to move their accounts to some bank or
knows the value of color . and I don't %66.37.
caused was the

PRETTY BOY OF THE WEEK: Joe Davis ( ) in getting at least
VIP OF THE WEEK: Maurice Ferre ( this park ready for
MOTHER OF THE WEEK: Vivian Holden vandalism
back. Respon-

QUICK NOTE DEPARTMENT: I was saddened to see that
of the passing of an old and good friend who was a
sician and a great part of our black history. We
member Coleman Hawkins, who gave the world II
song "Body and Soul" . Model Cities Park
Johnson, is smoking three or four packs of pipe
while burning the midnight oil making plans for Opa-locka these \) '
their program. . Roscoe Machett, CEP Training could be caused
tor, has been appointed to the responsibilities of light from the
CEP new careers program, by executive Friendship" that
Oliver. be burning in the

Jean Solomon has been bedded by an attack of PM't all of the people.
she is back on the Joband feeling up to par, now .
Seldon(Shirley's Markets) has also been"under to Join In the,
She and Robert are two bard working young people labor,ma-,
the best of health . A whole line was money may con-,
of the column reporting the cocktail party that McKinney at the
and Lady Henry Arrington gave recently The party Chamber of Com
or of President Nixon's new aide and his lovely details
Mrs. Robert Brown.

The Florida OEO presented a Public Affirc'
Conference at the Eden Roc this week.It was a
and informative program. . Mayme has been
new City of Miami mobile information unit. It
run to determine its need to the community. If
blue volkswagon bus saying, "stop, let's talk"in
stop and give her your complaints about your city.
to let you speak your mind . find out what your
. find out your ideas on how to make this a (
all of the residents other words, bring City
STOP chest. AND TALK 6 Now is your chance to get it

The Sea Circus combines a safety program for all ,
this Saturday at the Marine Stadium. Take the kids
We are haoov to know that Leroy Perrv is home and
after a serious operatln, and f thanks all of the
nated or offered to donate blood to him when it was
through WMBM and WAME afewweeksago.That is \
week. Till the next one, LIVE LIFE, EVERY k I



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Garth i By ARNETTA, WILLIAMS "_" .{' "
By C. Reeves, Jr.o ,

Garth Reeves Jr, Down in the valley,an outstanding operetic concert was given
by the MJHS Choral Dept. directed: by Mr. Roscoe Speed,
\ I would like to assert with ambivalence that 1, too, agree Thursday night, May 14. The concert was a combination of a
rith you In thinking that the poor white have the assetor zyr play where the plot coasted of"a prison escapee (Michael
(, is It really?) of white skin or white characteristics. Miller) who killed a rivalLarry Poole)over a beautiful young
But this is all inane. I have experienced in the public lady(Debra Hopkins). Minor characters Included John Tolbert,
school of Virginia the pressures of the racial and socioeconomic Collas Washington, Richard Taylor, Percy Dorsett, Garland
ladder. In my graduation class of only 168 seniors Connor, Reginald Burroughs, Gregory Choice, Shirley Levan,
there was a cross section of maybe,every social and eco- and Beverly Lawhorne. Senior mixed accompanied outstanding
nomic group in America, ri soloists Alvin Beneby and Juanita Deshazior In an indescribable -
I, There was the politician's son, who preferred public performance of Yonder Yonder.
school to Virginia's abundant military academies, the daughter '
of an old family in the Shenandoah Valley, daughtersand Student conductors consisted Robert Williams, Quinton
sons of lawyers, and other professional people, sons and Quinn, and Mattie?Bostlc. The choral department would like
daughters of skilled workers, Negroes, mulattoes, first and to extend appreciation to'guest pianist:,Mr* Lesley Thomas
second generation Immigrants, and young men and ladies Inadvertently , from the University of Miami. '
escaping Appalachian: pitiful crutches.. Observing
this cross section, I noticed that "the thing" was in how Athletic awards assembly took place May 20. Girls athletic
Out of this graduating class was a young man from the association ended the year with four county championships -
lower white middle class, who.ascended to valedictorian of basketball, Softball, track and badminton. In badminton we

our class. lam thoroughly convinced that he possessed more .. .... .. have held the county trophy for twenty years now. Outstanding
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than middle class values especially where moral mores are awards are: Best all around Senior Girl Yvette McKinney;
concerned. I think he was constantly biding the tide against Soul StitM tWalt Outstanding GIA member Chiquita Sanford; most valuable
peer group pressures and emerged from all this as basicallyan off f trackman Amos Machanlc senior scholastic athlete Rick
individual. I think he was basically motivated by the fact Kilpatrick; best all around athlete Roy Williams; outstanding
that he was much poorer than his intellectual constituents. Jackson General JoseplfTekerman; most valuable swimmer
As far as Negroes sticking together, I would like to remind This week's soul sister is Irene Larkin,daughter of Samuel Wims; most valuable wrestler- Roy Griffin;
.your friend that this would be Utopia. Mr. & Mrs.JamesH.Larkinofl960N.W. Terrace. most valuable basketball player and rebounder Clarence
However, this is not true and :neither will it be true for Irene's hobbies are cooking and listening to records. Strachan; most valuable baseball player Oscar del Busto.
To cite an example: there was a young Negro man In my She would like to be an airline stewardess.

class, who was brought to unrealistic fame by starring in Next years Junior class officers are:Juanita Reaves,president -
basketball and lettering in several other sports. Unless Larry Crapp, vice president;Rosalind Baker,secretary,
his newly-found white associates associated with Negroes, -r-_ Nathaniel Bryant, treasurer.
he found no time for them. He is the kind of person that makes
the term "Uncle Tom" the most understated of the year. IN THE ENTERTAINMENT BAG: NEXT WEEK THE DEBUTANTESI

.. My third grade teacher, in any Instance she had the opportunity The choking man himself, Joe Simon, really choked 'em up
would downgrade the Negro race and play up'the last weekend at the Continental Club. Teens all over town FEATURING A JACKSONITE
white race. The only good Negroes to her were those with are talking about the swing time they had at the matinee and ALVIN BENEBY: Alvin is a sophomore and Isa member of
white characteristics. I must say I was and still am com how Mr. Simon kept the whole crowd "Hangin On". senior mixed chorus and the Thespian Troupe at Miami Jack
pelled to hate her. She left me with a complex and it wasn'tan son. He recently had a ,solo in,the program presented last
inferior one. but one where I would like to strike outagainst 45 OF THE WEEK: '"No Matter What Sign You Are" by week at Miami Jackson by the choral department.Al likes the
people like her, people with redundant and valueless Diana Ross and the Supremes type of young lady who is not loud, and has an overall pleasing -
values. ALBUM OF THE WEEK: "Soft and Beautiful" by Aretha personality. He plans to major In music at| Tuskegee Insti-
This teacher is, I understand, an example of the reformed Franklin. tute when he graduates. Alvin has contributed a great deal to
black middle class. The 'very people she downgraded have * * * * * * Miami Jackson and has gotten the recognition he deserves.

ironically been,the ones who', .she has learned the real beauty Until later, do your own thing.: Keep trying Al, you have two more years
pf being black from.

I Sincerely yours, Skills/ Workshop For Juniors ANNUAL SPRING CONCERTThe
Beth Y. McGlll
And SeniorsA Allapattah Junior High students 50f. Place: Allapat-
Reading and Writing Skills South Campus Communication School Instrumental Music tab Junior High School audl-'
ECHOES OF BUDS OF SPRING Workshop for high school students Center in the Trammell Department presents the antorium
will be offered this summer Learning Resources Center. nual "Spring Concert" at 8 Dr Walker, principal
Sharmaynne Thomas, the daughter of Judge and Mrs. at Mlami-Dade Junior The Center was establishedlast p.m., Thursday, May 29. and Herbert J. Rhodes is di-
Li. E. Thomas, is a freshman at Northwestern High School College South. August to provide individual Admission: adults $1 and rector.
fowling, tennis, dancing and swimming help to fill many of The workshop will be limited training in communication
her, leisure hours. However, she has time to give serious to 48 eleventh and twelfth and study skills.
ought to many of the problems facing students today. graders who wish to improve Dr. Mildred M. Friedman,
i Her concern over the widespread use of Narcotics among their reading, writing and coordinator of reading at South Miami Ads Don Cost
students prompted her to share the following comments of study skills as an added prep. Campus, is director of the
fellow ninth grade students with you. aration for college Center assisted by Ann G. They Pay .
Classes will meet from June.': Rose, Instructor of English. I
Cheryl PowellBrownsville Junior High School)
18 July 29, three hours a
"I think that students caught using narcotics on or around :
day for two days a week,hours
school campuses'should be put In centers built,to help them,
and days to be announced later.,"
x and. "If expelled kid wants from me s his mind let him Students may register in ;;
a s up ; as long as Rm. 3291, Usina Hall of "BE A TEEN TURN-ON" :
pe doesn't encourage others to ruin their minds and health Science, at the South Campus
These kids are sending out distress signals HELP THEM". ,
11011SW 104th
St.Cost for the
,Cheryl Mlkell- Northwestern Senior High School workshop is $30. No college. 12-week, self-improvement
"Kids who take narcotics are mixed up, scared and need credit is involved. programEVERY
help. They need to be rehabilitated. But such students Sponsored by the Depart SATURDAY I P.M.
should be put away, and anyone who is caught selling drugsto ment of Community Services, MAKE-UP ANALYSIS J|
anyone should be treated like the animal he Is." the workshop will be held at | FIGURE| CORRECTION
'Sandra BlueAllapattah Jr. High School ?
"Both the user and the sellers of drugs,LSD and marijuana GIRL,$ |,31O Jf!I .

should be severely punished. Young folk are getting away CONDUCTEDYJUIIE RILEY
:with too much with too little punishment."
.Sharmaynne pleads with parents to try to understand children THELMA'S FASHION l ODEL t& ACTRESS
and give them love and attention. On the other hand, BEAUTY SALON June 7 thru
students should be encouraged daily in school to make decisions Augusfff 3 $1 per week
for themselves in the best interest of self and community -

1094 NW 79th Street
THE PARTY SCENE: has moved to:
filenzer: Poole, popular figure around town and Florida 982 NW 19th STREET may 31, I p.m.
Memorial College student threw: a Saturday night party ./ Je
that wouldn't wait. A reallylumping crowd turned out to Expert. Beauty Treatment & At Northsi< Auditoriumformc '
48th Street and North Miami Avenue to Join in the fun and_ Wit Styling !'fl "
,frolics that lasted until 5 a.m. the next morning. '", '
m. information 3793581NORTHSIDEUSHOPPING
,The' majority of the party was danced away to the new side Thetma- McGrady -\-41 re Call ,
by Diana Ross and the'Supremes entitled ,"No Matter What Rosa Higgs ?/ J_
Sign You Are"., When the crowd wanted to slide down and get Venice James CENTER
yellow: they simply turned the record over to hear the other'side ,
,I a soothing' protest song called ""The Young Folks'\ 693-0632., ((30) "the CENTER 01 dlriti'
N 1)fr., fOOle'Jet the gang bow,that this was only a previewto ' "
I the comingattractions he had In store for the summer, 27th' Ave. .,79th St: .


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20 More Scholarships For

I Black Students At UM d jtfVS

The University of Miami which remain ,in effect for
has created 20 additional those who now hold them.
scholarships carrying full With the addition of the 45
waiver of tuition and fees for new scholarships next fall, ,
: 'fI
economically deprived students the University of Miami will
entering as freshmen in have a total of 95 economically ;
September, 1969. deprived students s>n full
Ten of the scholarships established tuition scholarships: 60 under
by action of the exe- the John F. KennedyMartinLuther
cutive committee of the Boardof King, Jr. program and T s .. \ 3 3'Wsh > A
Trustees will be known as 35 from the Upward Bound
John F. Kennedy-Martin Lu- program.
ther King, Jr. Scholarshipsand The Office of Financial Aid
are in addition to the 25 is currently, reviewing appli-
new scholarships announcedlast cations for the new scholarships
month. Twenty-five stu- and announcements of
dents are currently enrolled recipients will be made in the siY ;aea
1Lr5 1
i as freshmen under this program future, according to James B.
i established last year. Alinder, director.
The other 10 scholarshipswill
be for,students who have With annual tuition of$1650
completed theUMUpward and $94 in fees, or,a total of
Bound program as high school $1744, the University of Miami
, students and who will enter the will be investing $166,680 in
University as freshmen this the future of young people who 4
fall. These are in addition to otherwise would not have the
the 25 Upward Bound scholarships opportunity of a -
f established last vear Alinder noted. The Pr T.. A..of St.,Albon' s Day'Nursery spon.... The parents and staff of St. Xlban's wOuld liketo
-------- thank all of the wonderful people who helped to
sored on Saturday, May was a real community
I i BTW Presents Evening Of Music project-well attended by the people in the area. make this affair possible. St. Alban'St.
It afforded loads of fun for the children of Coconut Alban's is a non-profit agency affiliated with

4 On Thursday May 29 at 8 ed. Music for the young and Grove and a lot of satisfaction for the adults. Pro- the United Fund of Dade County and a delegate
p.m. the Booker T. Washington the young at heart will be fea- ceeds from this affair will be used for the parents agency of the Economic Opportunity Program, Inc .
Junior High School Tornado tured through the program. school project. serving 100 children ages 2'/i to 6. Sallie ,M.. Walkeris
'Student conductors will excite
J Concert Band will pre- director.
sent its annual Evening of you.
i! Music. This program is designed -
to entertain educate '. / ', : : ,t I,,,,, ',l ," ," '''' 't.", "
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Band outstanding, a Musical guest artist.Skit and an :E U R DIN: E 8.

Donation for children is 35$
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Round About v. -r. :: ::;;! !! 1' : .. .., ':" ', ,, :',: ';fj

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WEEK IN REVIEW. . May 6, 1969.(It was on a Tuesday) .\'\ .. """""i' Ic" by Joe Black ,
my daughter, Yvonne, '20, put her luggage In the car and we " k .
headed for: Raleigh,N. C. It was a pleasant drive through New
Jersey, Delaware, Maryland and Virginia. We arrived In Ra- f
leigh, Wednesday, 5 a.m. We settled at the Hotel Carolina and !
got some sleep. At two o'clock we decided to drive
p.m. over 4Y Once upon a time, there lived a speciesof
to Chapel Hill, N.C where black
history was being made.
huge animals called, dinosaurs. They were
Howard Lee was in the process of becoming the first Negroto
be elected mayor of a predominantly white southern city. tremendous in size, physically powerful, and

We gave Mayor-elect Howard Lee our "Congrats" before we terrorized, all other life. As you know, the

headed back to Raleigh (the Capital) . Thursday, May 8, dinosaur is long gone because he couldn't adaptto
Yvonne Bethel and Stanley Edward Wright got married. j
They \ "
: '' .... his environment. All his
had a quiet wedding a t the home of Rev. Charles Ward, 501 .:.I : : ;,< power,
South Bloodworth St., Raleigh N.C. with only a few friends :' '. : :fu\;,, I I size and aggressiveness didn't help him when

(all students) from "Shaw University" present. The bride and /, .f' the chips were down. And today, aggressiveness -

groom are both Shaw students, both from Brooklyn, N. Y. .J' and sheer force of power are not going to

-- ., help the Black People's revolution any more ,

et than they helped the dinosaur. No power, '

black, white, red or yellow, can survive for

long when it's based on hate and violence.

w k kM' Our black youth must understand that the

Army Serviceman ,Of Year door to opportunity i is open at last! The invi-

Army Sergeant First Class Following this first tour In tation tomove in is here. But that does not
George M. Walker, a' nativeof Germany, Sergeant Walker'
is to them
senior Instructorat mean that someone going give some-
f 9 Miami has been selectedas served as a
the 1969-70( Army Serviceman the US Army Training Center thing for nothing simply because they have

of the Year for the Co- Fort Dix,New Jersey, black skins and can shout "black power". It

lumbus, Ohio, metropolitanarea. In 1967, Sergeant Walkerwas does mean that before they can be acceptedfor

Selection was made by assigned duty Vietnam, what they are, they've got to show what
Community Relations Coun- where he earned the Silver they are Being honest with themselves is a
S. HIGHWAY 61...Taking the express "route 61" thru Star and Bronze Star for
cil. It was based on military first step. They must never forget that they
into Mississippi and getting off at Fayette, Miss., where Valor. He is now serving as
accomplishments, poise the blood and of
sweat tears
the senior drill instructor a t represent genera-
(NAACP field director) Charles Evers had Just become the
military bearing and participation The Ohio State tions The future is in their hands and
first black mayor of a Mississippi town. Fayette, Miss., In community ac- past. ,
should be answer enough for "black militants"who have been tivities. Sergeant Walker is active they cannot afford to be late or unprepared.And .

calling us "Uncle Toms" because we didn't say shoot all the The son of Mrs. Minnie L. In Cub Scout and Boy Scout so, to our black youth everywhere, I
white folks burn down the town. "We have succeeded! work and a president of the
or Smithson 3266 NW 49th St.
: "Stop throwing yourselves against a door
Gladstone Elementary Par- say
Where are they now? What have they done?On this motor trip Miami Walker en-
through the south most towns: Washington, D.C., Richmond, tered the, Sergeant Army In May 1954. ent-Teacher Association hereIn that's already open. Meet the challenge with
Va., Raleigh, clear Into Mississippi, I found nothing but fear After attending basic trainingand Columbus.He common sense and a devotion to duty. You'llbe
and suspicion among the blacks and whites. Over friendly and Army Administrate and his wife, Joycelyn, surprised at how far you can go when you
to much politeness. It was like silence, until they found out live at 1405 E. 24th Avenue,
School he tothe
was assigned being and start being smart. Don't,
my reason for being there. Columbus, with five children stop angry I
First Division In Japan
Cavalry -
Mrs. Walker, also a Mlamlan for God's sake, be a dinosaurl"
for two In July
ROUND ABOUT TALK . I was a very young fellow(all 1957 and was years.assigned as an i s the daughter of Mr. and
most 30 years ago) when lived In Brownsville on 47th St. In Ger- Mrs. David Colebrook, 520( .. ,
.infantry quad leader Y ti
on 48th Street, lived a very quiet and highly respectful young many. NW 42nd St., Miami.
man (namely) Neal Adams. I remember when he first went JeeB'lackVice
Into the grocery store business. (In the railroad shop section)
always honest and helpful to others. Suddenly he's appointedand ,of the snakes, high In the establishment. The whole story will The Greyhound Corporation
sworn in as Metro Commissioner. A self made man(with break soon. They are really "uptight."
the help of the people) that came upfrom the ranks It was 25' TEEN TALK'AND SOUL MUSIC SURVEY .'. "It's your .
years ago when I heard an old woman say to another, "showme thing, (Isley Bros.) Do what You Want To Do," dedicated to
Neal Adams, and Til show you a good man." Monday I pretty Woody Bethel . Billy boy . Francitia Jackson
over heard another conversation which stated,"Show me Neal (good buddy of pretty Emma Jean Rolle)from 1701 NW 155 St.,
Adams, and Pll show you a great guy" Miami a "real foxxy thing" . .Making a cross country trip, THE
end In Detroit.Dionne Warwick's"The Girl's In Love With MIAMI TIMES ARE TELLING YOU THEY
TIMES ARE TIGHT . The "Black Cats' that have set You", dedicated to the "newly weds, the Walter Tresvants"she's APPRECIATE DOING BUSINESS WITH YOU.
violence and assassinations as their goal to the Miami area, is ( the former Christell Maycock) ..The 5th Dimensions"Let
a black "segregationist group which is affiliated with and The Sunshine to", dedicated to Charles Thomas (Ft. THEY ARE COURTEOUS, DEPENDABLE.
financed by a very wealthy "white segregationist organi, Lauderdale)and Adelle Humes. "Lovers' ..This is Jimmie PLEASE PATRONIZE THEM I
zation" Both sides are very dangerous. Human life is of no (Scoop) Bethel saying, time and tide waits for no man. C-U-
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Afram House Goes PublicFlorida's _.
- - mail-order house serving Jefferson stores, the Grand
Negro communitycan America's 23-million blacks. Union outlets, Jackson-
now participate In a pio- The concept quickly caught on, Byron, Levitts Furniture
neer Black business enter- and now some of the nation's Stores and other retail estab-
priseMiami's Afram House. top retail stores also are lishments feature Afram pro-
Majestic Development handling Afram products."We ducts. Montgomery Ward is
Corp. In Miami, parent of decided after much creating an African Boutique
Afram, an all-black operated study to go public," said Miss in its main store in downtown
r a merchandise business aimedat Calloway, "to meet our expanding Chicago Just to handle Afram
the nation's Negro market, needs, and because we products.
has gone public and Is offering want more people to have the Miss Galloway, a well-
4 450,000 shares of common opportunity to partlciapte in known Miami radio personal
stock at $1 a share. The of- Afram and the things stands ity and a former show business
fering is limited to Florida for." personality herself, is In
residents. Afram was founded last fall constant demand to speak on
Afram, a Miami-basedfirm with Miss Calloway's irrita- cosmetics and beauty care for
headed by Blanche calloway, tion at finding few quality pro the black complexion. The
ArdY sister of the famed Cab Callo- ducts made especially for the Afram board Includes Judge
f r s, way, started last fall as a nation's blacks. "We were Donald Wheeler Jones, the

tired," she recalled, "of buy- first Miamian to receive a
ing whiia products and tryingto regular judgeship
adapt them to our needs." For further informationabout
Afram sells cosmetics for how to participate, contact -
the black complexion,Jewelry, the Majestic Development
if TFy wigs, African plaques, beach Corp. at 1190 NE 125th St.,
Ifi a i.i i.r i. wear and other products de- North Miami. The firm also
W signed especially for the dis- has been actively engaged in
+ i Y criminating black consumer.In installment land sales in
ll'F" 4 + v ;"Y Florida, J, C, Penney, Florida since 1960.


& Beauty Solon 2 9 5

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pM --- And CleanedBring
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Mrs. Arnette Clarke
N Franks, daughte of Mrs.Ruth this ad to our Solar
Clarke and Mr.Arnold Clarke, and receive a discount on a
both of Miami, was awardeda style-created lust for you.B. .
B.S degree in Biology dur- Higgs, Owner
Operators Mrs. M. ,
) Murray
ing graduation exercises at Mrs. L. Grayson, Mrs. S.
Come do your thing! Join the Social-ettes of Dade and i3roward County Barry College onSunday night. Cooper.

at their gala' "Mod Dance," to be held at the Continental Club, on Sunday, Arnette, telegrapher presently an automatic at- 9110 NW 17th Avenue

May '25, at 9 p.m. until. Members above are top left row: Mrs. Vera Johnson, Western Union will resign to

Curleen Thomas, Viola lew. Middle row: Mary Mounts, Odessa Fletcher, become a member of the Phone: 691.9392Jack's

and bottom row: Elmira,Greene and Sarah Greene. faculty of Barry College. She
For tickets call Dade 691.9963 or Broward 6216456. has accepted the position of
Laboratory Research Assis-
tant and will begin her new MEN'S WEARSEE '
Top Jazzmen ComingTo career in June 1969.
Family and friends are very 'MR.t JACK"
proud of this ambitious and
Miami < dedicated young lady who has FOR
\ always desired a college degree -
A lot of Jazz is coming to and Jack Six, bass, will fea- Jazz stalwarts as Red Norvo, She is a classical example The Very Latest in Men's Fashions
Miami on June 27, 28, and 29, ture Gerry Mulligan Tal Farlow, and Ruby Braff. of what can be done SILK MOHAIR SUITS HATS
and so are a lot of Jazzmen. Young-Holt Unlimited and Since pop plays an integral when the desire is greater than ITALIAN SHOES
Eighty to be exact, and all in Hugh Masekela both have con- part of today's Jazz music,the the obstacles
Just three evenings. sistently placed highonthe Miami Jazz Festival will fea- Congratulations and best 944 NW 2nd AVE. MIAMI FLOWA
Miles Davis will be appear- record charts In the past year, ture The Mothers of Invention, wishes for a Job well done.
ing with what promises to be while the great Nina SimoneIs Booker T. & the MG's, and
his new all-star quintet. The currently at the pinnacle of Jethro Tull, currently three of
Great Duke Ellington Orchestra her career. Herbie Hancock, the hottest attractions in
will feature such all time George Benson, and Roland America.
greats as Harry Carney, Paul Kirk, are quickly becoming Tickets to the Miami Jazz LONGER.
Gonsalves, and "Cat" Anderson legendary to Jazz fans. Festival, which kicks off each **
And of course, the new Miami's own Ira Sullivan evening at the Miami Jal-Alai
Dave Breubeck-Trio, featur- will be featured in a special at 8 p.m., are now on sale by
ing Alan Dawson on drums guest set with Roland Kirk. mail order only through: Mi- YET MILDER
For the traditional fans, the ami Jal-Alal, NW 36th Streetat
Newport All Stars feature such 36th Avenue, Miami.


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Electric rates have Credit Union, the Board of directors "< : ;' ,
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While inflation has been Freeman have gotten togetherand no cost to members or :tj'
pushing other prices up, is sponsoring a "Teen's parents. The burden of cost ,:, fI"i"':'
the price of electricity Open Hose" party for all the will be handled entirely by the "1" JI,'
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the average price paid per ents. par appreciation for the school ,t, ,farl'h .:.'
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less than It was in 1957. will find the little ones invit- credit union members, / I :{
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Electric Activities Industry Has Poorest p

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Economic RatingDENVER

Colo. Chair- of the Edison Electrical Institute cent of all Jobs in the 115 elec- the companies' laborers are
man William H. Brown HI of He addressed a luncheonmeeting tric companies. Last year it black, less than two percent of
the U. S. Equal Employment sponsored by the was 4.1 percent. craftsmen, foremen and kind-
Opportunity Commission this Institute held in the Brown "They hold only 2.8 percentof red workers are black. fI
week described the electric Palace Hotel in Denver. white collar jobs; last "Each company", he urged, I U1r V r f ,rh,
utilities industry as "one of Recalling that EEOC had t
year it was 2.1 percent. "should take the same vigo-
the poorest performers" in called the industry leaders together "Less than half of one per- rous and severeactiooagatnst
the field of minority and female at a White House meet- cent of managerial and pro- employees whose discriminatory j ,
employmentbasedonrecent ing in June 1968, Mr. Brown fessional Jobs are filled by behavior violates com-
statistical reports from cited the following 1969 data blacks; in clerical Jobs their pany policy as It would against 1w
major utilities which he citedto which he said "show better rate is more than five percent. employees who carelessly N,
an industry meeting here than any words the continuing "While fully one-fourth of squander profits."
today.Mr.. failure of the electric power
Brown cited employer industry" to comply with the
in ConcertThe
reports for 1969 submittedto letter and spirit of the law Dorsey's Band ::44kY ;

the EEOC by 115 members "Blacks hold only 4.8 per- Dorsey Junior High rendition 0 f Spiritual Fes-

n. School sixty piece band will tival". This Includesacollec-
present its annual Spring Con tion of nine well loved Negro
,. tfy \ t 4
:' J i cert Sunday, May 25, at 5 p.m. spirituals, other highlights
in the school auditorium.As are a :trombone solo by guest 'Y
'r'" usual the band will playa artist Milton Dailey, and a k 11 1+u 1
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<.,"'''jj variety of selections indica- performance of the currentpop $
tive of the different periodsin tune "Switch It (On."
music; Highlights of the Donations to this affair will
concert will include the bandsENGAGEMENT be one dollar for adults, and
.- fifty cents for students. .
f".' Please plan to attend:and bring
a friend too.DORSEY .. -it4ui4& I
CLASS OF '49 Mr. and Mrs. Robert L. ly employed as a reading spec-
Squire announce the marriageof ialist with the Dade County
I The Dorsey class of '49 is their daughter Madelyn to schools.
R having a party on May 23 at Mr. Theodore R. Gibson, Jr.
{ts the home of Hubert Murray, son'of Father and Mrs. Theo- The groom graduated from
'Y c yVelW 1253 NW 56th St. Phone 696- dore R. Gibson. Morgan State College in Bal-
0286.We The bride graduated from timore, Maryland. He is presently -
have our regular Sunday Bethune-Cookman College and enrolled in the school of
meeting at the home of Helen received Masters degree law at Howard University
Jane 'Oliver, 1835 NW 57th from Atlanta University, At- where he will receive a Doc-
St., May 24..Phone NE 5-2874. lanta, Georgia.She is present tor of Law degree in June. .

announce Mrs. Olivia the engagement Gaiter proudly of Money Talks !I IY

her daughter Clare Marie to
Mr. Maron Edward Johnson,
son of Mrs. Louise Jotnson .
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and the late Mr. Liverpool
Clare Marie is a graduateof
fJ1fb Notre Dame Academy, MIami -.
Dade Jr. College, and is
Mr. and Mrs. Kirkwood Clarke, 15820 NW 21st presently attending Florida -
Avenue, Opa-locka, announce the engagement of Memorial College where :: h t
their daughter,I Sadie Lorraine to Mr. David Williams she is malorlnir in elementary
of 1810 Rutland St., Opa-locka. The weddingis education. She was a 1965
< Delta debutante.Mr. "
for 27.TRIP jI
planned July Johnson is a graduateof
Miami Northwestern Senior
TO NASSAUThe High School and is presently c It
attending Sheridan Vocational t p ., 9s
Episcopal ChurchMrs.. Doris Williams,2401 NW School where he is studying to .' '. I _
men are sponsoring a trip to 151st Opa-locka.. become a male nurse.A '.
Nassau for two on the night of July wedding is being
May 31, also a whist tournaSee any member for tic- planned.,'I
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THE MIAMI TIMES- ,, Friday May 23, W9 19

- Tour The West With .

Family The! MusolitesPlan E

now to enjoy a well- Get your seat now and hear 0 NEIGHBORHOOD pI ,
planned Greyhound amazing more that is exciting.Transportation.
Health American tour for 15 days sightseeing -
with the Musolites and friends. and hotel accommodations SERVICES .
This amazing low-cost trip are all inclused in total \ I
Center covers interesting points In cost $250.Thls .
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: Denver Colorado where you Is atrip that you: }'
will see: Lookout Mountains cannot afford to miss.Limited OPA-LOCKA NEIGHBORHOOD CENTERThe
- - Bear Creek Canyon, Red capacity for reservations '
YOUR HEART AND YOU Rocks Park, you will see Salt and other details call now. Opa-locka Neighborhood Center 2341 All Baba Avenue,
Lake City with all its historicand Mrs. Geneva Henry 230- invites you and your friends to our senior citizens open-house
The human heart begins to beat months before a person is romantic points of Inter 1238, Mrs. Leatha Williams Sunday May 25 from 4 to 6 p.m. Come and see the exhibits
born. It continues to beat without letup for all the years of his est, the route will include Yel- 635-5752. of the senior citizens hand work, and enjoy the program we
life.The lowstone National Park where have prepared for you.A choral group is planned for.your entertainment
heart is an untiring organ.Its activity is neverendingness. you will spend two nights at old Refreshments will be served. Mrs. Magdalene
Vigorously and constantly it pumps blood so that we can Faithful Inn, the tour will take Dixon and Mrs. Ceola Walker are the senior citizens employed
live and enjoy life. If It falls down on its Job the other organsof you through' man points in with the Search and Serve Project.They are doing exceptional
the body soon feel the affects of the diminishing blood sup- Montana Minnesota, Nor work and have motivated unusual attendance. Mrs.
ply that results. Dakota In Minneapolis you Genesta Sweeting is the neighborhood center counselor, directing
They resent this and show their hurt by shouting it In a will visit famous Nicollet Avenue the Opa-locka senior citizens project.A .
situation we call heart failure. This situation is characterized Shopping Center, the new face has been added to the personnel at St. Philips'
by pain shortness of breath, indigestion coughing,Inability famous Rose Gardens Minne- COCo Mrs. Betty Trice social,service assistant with three
to secrete urine, reduced brain function,and other compli haha Parkway and onto Minne- years experience in the poverty program,has been transferred
cations.In haha Falls. :R p\w h E to work with the parents of the children working directly,
no uncertain terms the whole body depends on the heart.In out of the St. Philips COC Mrs.,Trice formerly worked at
order for the hear muscle to do its work it must have a Plan now to live at the Sher- Perrine COC with technical assistance under the supervisionof
continuous supply of oxygen for oxygen is the vital fuel which man House in Chicago the Miss E. Williams. At. St. Philips Mrs.Trice's immediateJob
enables the body to burn energy. Oxygen is supplied to the Sheraton Cadillac Hotel in Is to get parents Involved with the center by motivatingthem
different muscles of the body by the blood stream. Detroit the Temple Square A1C Raymond A. Teal son to attend both parent and advisory board, meetings. On
The heart is living muscle whose function it is to spread Hotel In Salt Lake City. Many of Mrs. Anna D. Teal of 2301 home visits she will acquaint, relate and teach parents introducing
nourishment to evey living cell in the body. The heart must other interesting and educa- NW 66th Street has completedhis them to the agencies in the community that provide
also get nourishment or, it dies. This nourishment is gotten tional tours' will complementthe tour of duty, Andrews, service to meet,their current needs.Her clients will get very
throgh the coronary arteries and their branches. trip. You can't afford to AFB, Washington D.C.where personalized attention.
Whet anything happens to clog these lifelines to the heat miss this trip. he was assigned as a Air Po- Because St. Philips is located directly across the street
the supply of nourishment to the heart is decreased and the When: Saturday August 2 liceman and Honor Guard. He from the Bunche Park swimming pool an elementary swim
heart can no longer function properly. At this point when the through Sunday August 17.Call is now presently home visiting ming program has been provided for the St. Philips children,
supply of nourishment is drastically reduced the person hasa now. June 1 is the date for friends relatives and his fiancee with their parents approval. The introductory lessons have
heart attack. initial payment. Deadline for Miss SharonAndersonof been completed by Mr. Cor mart le. The next parent meetingis
Having a periodical checkup is as important to your senseof completing payment is July 1. 2731 NW 50th St. set for May 21.
security as keeping payments on your insurance. You haveno This past weekend the children of the Opa-locka area were
friends than Health Team. Like treated to a new play "Mother Goose A-GoGo, which was
greater your Family con- High blood pressure. High blood pressure has been relatedto
scientious understudies in the theatre they are there in the the probleroof coronary diseaself youhave high blood pressure playing at the Dade County Auditorium. The 52 children were
wings ready to take center stage when life-and-death emergen- it is important to control it before you have a heart,at- accompanied by volunteers from Florida Memorial Collegeand
cies arise. Your family health team are fine, compassionate tack. Miami Dade JR. College headed by Fred Harper and Jay
Hyman. The neighborhood center accompanying this field
understanding human beings. Excessive cigarett smoking. Smoking is one of the many
Factors which prompt heart attacks are: overweight,Increased things suspected of aggravating the seriousness of a coro- trip were: Michael McDearmaid center manager and Linda
blood cholesterol high blood pressure excessive case. Weintraub part-time neighborhood counselor. Benny L. O1-
nary Berry reports that one of the significant things about this
cigarett smoking; and heredity. Heredity. When one's mother or father has had heart
Overweight. The first step in dealing with overweight is disease the offspring Is likely to experience the disease. cultural field trip which was enjoyed by the children was the
facing the fact that you are overweight. Some people look into Heredity cannot be changed but other factors can determinethe city of Opa-locka Is showing faint signs becoming sensitiveto
the mirror and the thin used to be. But what some service in the black community. The bus for trans-
see person they extent of coronary disease and your way of life. Consult
do your friends say your clothes your scales?If It is deter- your family health physician, follow his instructions and en- portation for the "Mother Goose A-Go Go" expedition was
provided by Mr. Phil Davis, apa.lockaClty Manager. This is
mined that you need to lose weight your family health physician joy life.
will tell you what to eat and what not to eat. HEALTH HINT"Where your treasure is, there will your a bright ray of hope for things to come.
Increased blood cholesterol. Things that contain large heart be also." Luke 34. [I, :\
amounts of animal fat have been found to have Increased in=: .rMERSO .1'
cident of heart attacks and strokes.Manifestations of this ten- '
dency is'in elevated blood cholesterol. This tendency of heart,
attacks may be controlled by reducing the intake of animal CASE
fats, such as: butter, lard, pork and ether greasy or fried
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THE MIAMI TIMES, Friday, May 23, 1969 21

I0fh Annual Grandparent Day CelebrationSunday Birth Certificate "Must" For School 1

May 25 at 3 p.m. ing this day as GrandparentDay the oldest grandmother
james E. Scott Senior Center In the state of Florida. present; the oldest grandfather The Dade County Health Department sonville, if the child is FlorI- must accompany the request.The .
will hold their 10th Annual The theme for this occasionIs present; the youngest advises parents da-born. parents of children health departmentwould
Grandparent Day Celebrationat "parents should encour- father present; the youngest whose youngsters will enter born elsewhere may obtain like to point out that the
4901 NW Seventh Avenue. age their children to love,hon- mother present; the grand- the Dade County School sys- the certificates from the stateof certificates can be obtained
The membership and staff or and cherish their grandparents parent with the most grand- tem for the first time this fall birth. more quickly now than later,
cordially Invites the public to ," Presentations will children present.You to get the children's birth certificates The application must include when the last minute rush develops
attend this event. A splendid be made to grandparents from do Dot have tobe a mem- now. the full name of the child; Without the certificate -
program has been planned for their grandchildren Other ber of the center to participate Birth certificates, to prove full name of the father; full the child could lose an entire
your enjoyment with procla- prizes will be awarded in the or be a winner at this program. the child has reached the legal maiden name of the mother; school year.Muslims.
mations signed by Governor following categories: We wish to thank Mrs. Lois age to start school,may be obtained day, month, year, city and
Claude Kirk and Dade County The oldest grandparent Parks for the time and effort from the Dade County county of birth; whether the
Mayor Chuck Hall and Miami couple present; the youngest she has given the center. Health Department or the State child Is male or female: and Sale
Mayor Steven Clark,designat grandparent couple present; Spero Valdez, president. Health Department in Jack- the child's race. A fee of$2

Day Bazaar

,May 31
The Muslims will pre-
sent their first annual "Sale
Day" bazaar Saturday, May
31, at the fully air conditioned -
mfun placemto shop .
,. beautiful, Muhammad's
Mosque No. 29, 5245 NW 7th
Avenue, from 12 noon to 6:30

ID GETS, NOTIONS I I VALUES 1011 I HOME(: 6 FAMILY p.m.Th Day"e is purpose to promote of the support"Sale

for the black businessmanandthe

,.,:i,>.a 2.\it a ', education of black youth in
Ka the community.
There will be displays and
exhibits by blackbuslness-
men, artists and craftsmen.
Refreshments will be serv
ed. On sale will be articles

for the home, men's, ladies
and children's wear, novel-
HV ties, Jewelry and toys;all sold
at Bargain prices
Special educational movies
willbe, shown which the whole
family will enjoy.
s HocK acvE Display space ,Is rented at
EcoR rNcmostG No Donation is
Ross 8 $5.00 per table.
' GOLDSous arils : D'The Vogu es. 4 pitche sses in want WARE. Includes $1.25 per person.
oC 1 DpO'cs'' and n'o'r' vases, mozes, of Plenty of free parking.
REG 3 gplvi titles by famThe+ Va11eY PT A" s' ,, }. '. rr uch chip and diets bowls 4 h
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The South Broward Post No
8195 will hold Its installation
MOM of officers and members Sun-
day, at 5 p.m. in the Fire Hall
SPECIAL 88c each at the Carver Ranches Fire
Dept, 44th Ave. and list St.
ALE PKG. OF 3 FOR 8 C 1.29 VALUE! NEW TOTE BAG West Hollywood. The Ladles

EG. $1 KITCHEN TOWELS Gala multi-stripe plastic tote with thousand Auxiliary to 'VFW Post
shopping, beach, picnic, travel. No. 8195 will hold their ceremony -
Stripes, checks, morel! In soft absorbent cot and one uses;
first Mrs. Dorothy
on terries. Choice kitchen colors; fringed.
Trotter is the president elect
for 1969-'10 and Comrade
y h rr Madison James Is the Commander
elect. The officers
and members who ,are goingto
the installation servicesin
1S Marlmar Sunday at 3 p.m.
meet at the post home at 2
r p.m. The 15th District Com-
mander John C. Flynn will install


SALE 2 for 88c You are 'cordially invitedto
OF 5 88c WILL BOY CUBE TRAYS attend our Saturday and
ALE PKG. FOR REG. for 1.19 ICE Friday night Fish Fry at VFW
EG. $1 DISH CLOTH PACKS Jumbo size cubes in these plastic trays; will Post No. 8195 this' weekendat
. cotton torf. not chip or break. Stackable to save space.
Iholce of stripes, plaids, more the post home on Pembroke
Buy by the pack, enjoy top savings, tool! Road.

'J.6 r''Y} f/>Yf.f/ ,t/cam ;rrr r rrrr.trrf. yi r Sv j r' Fi Mrs. Eleanor V. Bowe wish
.CkA' fSj f'it 'udc.: ; i'.f1Yiy: i9/ri rf f: rG.j t r y
to thank relatives, friends and
fs I Yr;: I yY neighbors for their flowers,
J 'xirj& cards and contributions while
$ she was in Hollywood Memorial -
Hospital.,Also thanksto
? *> the Post No.8195 and: Ladles
Auxiliary and others for their

Beautician Is wanted it
Eleanor's Salon of Beauty,
4444 Pembroke Rd. next doorto
Bowe's Modernistic Bar-
ber Shop. Call 985-5844 or

& y l&fiOi 88c 9839259. Hollywood.The .
C1A Z for SALE Ladles Auxiliary to
lie SPCCIAL gP 88c
\ 2 e Post No. 8195
a for TO FhlEIY announces this

**C,A s 10 G" ':is \ "SSteBKlttftOS1 / STEEL eerer. ;OlDll1Q. 'drive.week, Fee their'willbe membership, |S.6o.'ihedrjve
: 2b '
1\11\1 dis" ERY,4 "f' Ylzza cutter. k'rel lz. x : : 'will Ju for' three
gannY b :
\ bit soa.9 \inJ. % e er. ss months. Contact tW;following
5y-rnO\ knis ,
Kooks.tpvve. ,," ,. ; orelI members, Mrg Addle James;
a \ 411S 8W .zatl( St.,; N.0198,
Mrs: Ruth 'Scott;,96-4968,

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22 THE MIAMI TIMES, Friday, May 23, 1969

IN MEMORIAMFor Mrs. Rowena Pin dor DiesIn


STRACHAN Rosary service will be held
Safely, safely gathered in. Friday night at 8:00 at the

Far from sorrow,far Proms ''Y chapel of the Key West Undertaking -
I CARD OF THANKSThe MEMORIAM IN MEMORIAMIn passed beyond all grief andpain 1 rY Company.

family: of the late In lovlg memory of the late memory of my dear father Survivors include five sons
MR. ROBERT A, MUNNINGS death for thee is truest gain, James Van Dyke, Jr. of Key

of Key West, Florida vho departed Nor our loved one long to keep West, William Van Dyke, Sr.

this life May 22, 1968, From the home or rest and of Jamaica, N. Y., Lesley G.

Some may think you are forgotten peace li \ Finder of Key West,Archibald
Where all sin and sorrow :', 1 C, Pinder of MlamiandArthur

Though on earth you are no cease. Pinder, Jr of Hollis Long Island -

+f more N, Y.; two daughters
But In memory you are'always Emily Strachan, wife Mrs. Frances E. Palmer of

with us. Lindwood Strachan, son Key West and Mrs. Yvonne T.
Willa Mae Duncombe
Sawyer of West Palm Beach; '

Mrs. Hortencia Mannings. daughter two stepdaughters Mrs. 'I

wife Lindwood, Terry Larry, iri Geraldine Haywood of Wash

Mr. and Mrs. Irvin carey, grandchildrenIN ington, D. C. and Mrs. Elea- I

daughter and son-in-law Mrs. Rowena Sands plnder nor Clement of Brooklyn,

Key West MEMORIAMIn of 210 Olivia St., died last N. Y.; 26 :grandchildren, 22 I
Lk Mr. and Mrs. philllpRoker, MR. ROBERT G. LINDSAY Friday morning at Monroe greatgrandchildren, one

daughter andsoololawandgrandcblldren who departed this life May 24, General Hospital after an extended great great grandchild, five
sad but loving
.. 1968. memory daughters.-In-law numerous
'GWENDOLYN CUNNINGHAMwho Gone, but not forgotten. May of our dear auntEVANGELINE' nieces, nephews and cousins.

23 1969 his soul rest in peace and per- HILLER Funeral services will beheld Mrs. Pinder was vice-
passed on April ,
CARD,OF THANKSThe who departed this life May ,
at the home of Mr. and Mrs. petual light shine upon him. > Saturday: morning at 10 president of Walter R.
Daughter Pear line 25, 1964.o o'clock at St. Mary's Star of
Willie Salter at 1577 NW 18th Jenkins Mickens Auxiliary No. 6021
family of the late for a closer walk with GodA
and family the Sea Catholic Church with
of Veterans of
Avenue wishto Foreigi Wars
Opa-locka, Fla. ;
calm and heavenly frameA
the Father John Q. Minvielle
express our sincere thanks 1 vice-president of the Women's
and appreciation our many CARD OF THANKS light to shine upon the road: S. J. officiating the Requiem Civic Club of Key West and
That leads me to the lamb
Mass. Burial will be In the
friends, neighbors and rela- was active in all phases of
Sadly missed by
tives who were so kind duringour We, the family of the late Catholic Cemetery community affairs.

hour ofbereavement.Thanks MRS. ALICE JACKSON .
Five nephews and seven
for telegrams, cards, take this method to thank the nieces IN MEMORIAMIn

floral pelces and all acts of many friends for their kind Rachel Bain niece IN MEMORIAMIn
kindness that made our burden consideration In the hour of memory of our dear departed -
much easier to bear. Special our bereavement. We shall loving memory of mydear loved one,

thanks to the never forget kindness. son _,_____.___.._._ _
pastor,Rev.J.J. your CARD OF THANKSThe
Williams of Metropolitan Special thanks to my pastor,
Church, Rev. S. L. Gay of St. s Rev. P. S. Brown for a beau family of the late IJF r h tq;

James AME Church, Range tiful eulogy and Rev..Albert .. - [. '
Funeral Home and staff and for his assistance.The t ';.\, ; !

God's richest blessings be ,\<: ........... I
always. Family
you : .5 5
wishes acknowledge its deep Mrs. Susie McMurray, Mrs. ,,, n ;

Mr. and Mrs. Robert Cun- appreciation for the many expressions Flora Jordon, Mrs. Emma f
ningham, parentstwo of loving concern Cleveland and Mrs. Annie
brothers, two sisters and kindness shown during the Davis, sisters; James Davis,
two and other relatives illness and death of their loved brother
nephews ; Mrs. Mary Johnsonand
one; and especially for the Miss Mary Gray, nieces;

prayers offered. Mrs. Gloria Gray and Mrs.

CARD OF THANKSThe Special appreciation is extended Addle Jackson, sistersinlaw -
to Alpha Chi Pi Omega
y : Mrs. Orlee Moore.
family of the lateMRS Sorority; Beautician's Unit#7; niece :s BROTHER ANDREW I BISHOP RUFUS M,. GILBERTwho
Orange Blossom Cosmetology
Association South Atlantic went home to rest May
who passed away May 1st In Regional Beauty; Culture Lea CARD OF THANKSWe who departed this life March RICHARD OSBURN 131967.

Ramsey's Nursing Home and 20, 1969, wish to express our THOMPSONwho
lac.: of the South Sadly missed:
laid to gue, ; thanks to the departed this life 16 :
was rest May 10,1969, pastor Rev.T.E. May ,
#15, Most Ancient Matrons' the family of the late Mrs. Ethel Gilbert, wife
wish 1968.
to express our sincere Wright and members of
Council Heroines of Jericho and Family
thanks and appreciation to our ; .e.- Greater St. Paul AME Church. Sunset and evening star,
Order of Eastern Star
many, many friends and rela- ; We extend our sincere And one clear call for me.

tive and neighbors for cards, Sorority.Masons Also; Theta the Nu executive Sigma thanks to the many friends for And may there be no morningat CARD OF THANKSThe

telegrams, letters and other their beautiful flowers, tele- the bar

expressions of kindness shownus director and project, program director director Dade, grams, cards,delicious foods, When I put out to Sea. family of the lateEMANUEL

during her illness and prayers and other acts of kind- Sunset and evening bell.
County EOPI Centers Senior
death. We wish to thank the ness during our recent be- And after that, the dark
Rev. L. A. Thompson and the Citizens, Southeastern Grey- reavement. Thanks to Bain's And may there be no mourningand
hound Lines
members of Temple Baptist ; Trailways i Funeral Home for untiring farewell.
Bus Also the
Church for their timely. ser- Company Rev service. When I embark. ,
Mr. Thedford Johnson and the
vice rendered.
St. John Institutional Church
Thanks to all the visiting 9 Addie Perkins, wife Mrs. Marie Thompson,
family .and the Richardson
ministers and friends for ; and Family motherMr.
Mortuary. To wonderful
comforting words. Thanks to my I Wallace Thompson,
neighbors both
children and
the neighbors of 70th Street father
adults who with
and 18 Avenue and 19th Ct.and were me constantly I Mr. Alexander Thompson,
62nd St. and also the Olivet my deep gratitude: May 4 brother
God bless you all. I lovingmemory of devoted
our -
Mason Board. Our sincere Mrs. Oneltha Thomson, Y
thanks and appreciation to Father Bertha Hamilton sister
Perry, wish to thank Rev. W, J. Ma-
Lambert Sands of St.Agnes widow and Family N Mrs. Maranett Thompson
con and the First Baptist ( 1s
Church all its membersand sister
Church and participating persons
various auxiliaries for IN MEMORIAM Mrs. Verna Thompson, t
on the Bunche
their constant support in our sister .
Park School and North Dade
hour of bereavement. Thanksto In loving memory of our Jr. High. I Mrs. Roneitha Wilson, D. ROBERTS
the Range Funeral Home dear mother niece who
departed this life
thanks to May 10
for Its kind and courteous ser- ____ ..__.__u_ '.uU' derful Special neighbors and our friends won >\ Mr. Robert Cambridge, 1969 wish to express : our,

vice. We thank you all hear tly. for their thoughtfulness uncle heartfelt thanks and appreciation -

ing our recent hours of be- : Mr. Livingston Cambridge to our numerous friends
Evelyn R. Culmer,daughter reavement. uncle and neighbors for kindnesses

Willard and Charles Rolle, 1x 4, .Q during our bereavement.
Your beautiful cards, i .B hr Mrs. Mary Julia Carey

sons ;letters, prayers, and floral aunt Your prayers food, visits,

pieces, telephone calls and Mrs. Theo Clare godmother telephone calls, cards, tele-

CARD OF THANKS your visits with words of consolation grams, letters, money and
and all the other do- other acts of thoughtfulness

We, the family of the late nations and contributions CARD OF THANKS, offered to us, the comfort that,
MRS. TINY POLLACKwho helped so much' in helping us 'we needed to endure that dif

passed away on May 4, bear our heavy burden. Also The Family of the late ficult period.
1969 wish to express sincere a thanks to the House of Al- Special thanks to Rev. H. V.
thanks and appreciation to bert.Mr. DEACON CHARLES E. MRS. LILLIE RGSSER Stuart, Rev. Cleo Albury and

their many friends for their and Mrs. A. Livingston GIBSON Lithgow Funeral Home.

cards, floral pieces, cars and Seymour and FamilyIN wishes to express their Mrs Corean V. Roberts,
other acts of kindness duringour --W' who departed this life May sincere thanks and appreciation wife

bereavement.Special MRS. VICTORIA WARD 25.' His memory will ever live to their many friends, Mrs Ada Lee, daughterACKNOWLEDGMENT

thanks to Rev. Randell and who was called to rest ten MEMORIAMIn in our hearts and minds.Gone, neighbors and relatives for

members of St. Matthew years ago, May 22, 1959. of but not forgotten. He has given the many cards, telegrams,
Freewill Church and the Loving memory lingers on dear loving memory our the best of his service. We, flowers, food and all acts of

Richardson Funeral Home. tho the years be many. great grandfather father grandfather, and understand, and He'll say well kindness bestowed upon them The family of the late
I done.
during their hours of bereavement
Miss Auto Pollack Sadly missed by daughters Sadly missed by your lov- .
: who departed this life May 18, acknowledges with grateful
ing wife
: May God bless
,/. daughter Mable I Daniels 1954. you all. appreciation your very kind
:. Mrs. Annie L. Hutchinson, Lottie E. WardMarguerite and thoughtful
Gone but not forgotten. expression of
: daughter W, Davis Mrs. Myrl Gibson and Deacon George Rosser and sympathy
: during our darkest
,I: : and Family Cleomie Wt Bloomfield The Family ,Family Family hours. I

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MIAMI TIMES, Friday, May 23, 1969 23

DEATHHOUSE Progress LodgeNo. { { = # { {

'1 P t i tF

72 To
Henry Seniors of 2614 NW .
55th Ter., died May 12. Sur- { fttt
vivors include wife Gloria;one
sister Agnes Davis; one bro Sponsor Benefil i ,;
ther C.Seniors.Services were

held Thursday, at 4 p.m. at House of Progress LodgeNo.

Salters Chapel. 72, Modern Free and Ac-
cepted Masons of'the World,
Mrs. Hattie Campfield of' 3w SN toe., will sponsor a benefit
1426 NW 65th St.,died May 14. party Saturday night, May 24,
Survivors include sons Henry at their building, 4928 NW 7th
and Amos; three sisters Anna Avenue .4
B. Scurry, Lillie Bruton, Le- Proceeds from the affair
venia Scott; two brothers RETURNS will be used to promote the
George Roberts Jr. Elder activities of the Junior Ma-
Randall Roberts..Services FROM CONVENTION, sons of House of Progress,

were held Saturday, 5 p.m. at Returning from the interna- including Joint sponsorship 5f
New Hope Baptist Church. tional Women's Convention of summer, camp and other activities -

Mrs. Alice Jackson of 1281 the Churches of God Christ, for boys.Committee .

NW 61st #8, ,died May 13.Survivors -' which was held in Dallas, for Saturday's
include four sisters Texas May 6-11, is Mrs. benefit are the general com- Booker T. Washington Community School NewsThe I

Gloria Jorden, Emma Cleve- Jessie Hill, state president of mittee: Evans Starke, Jr. and

land, Susie Murray; one the Stewardess Board of Bruce McCord, co-chairmen; Youth Serving Youth tostopbyandobserve stu- a laborer,a plumber,a mason,
brother James and one niece Eastern Florida Also on the J. D. Mack, Hines Breeden, Tutoring Program which is dents Mrs Marian M. Deanis a carpenter, or whatever your
trip was Dr. Gussie Gamble Thomas Lazier, and T. Wil- th center director and
Mary Johnson. Services were coordinated by Booker T. station In life, we offer you the
held at 1 p.m. Saturday in the supervisor of the 'Women's lard Fair Entertainment Washington Community Henry W. Daniels is the program opportunity: to s p 0 n s 0 r'a boy
chapel. Dept of eastern Florida. Committee: James Johnson School and Douglas Ele- 'director. ''In the Dorsey' Park Little
Others present were Mrs. and George Littlefield, co- mentary School in coopera- The Booker T., Washington Leagues. If you operate a busi-
Richard Hunter of 17700 NW Mattie L. Moss, North Miami chairmen; Jay Baker, Lucious tion with the Neighborhood Community School In'cooperation ness, this is a good way to advertise -
55th Ave., died May 17. Sur- District Missionary, Mrs. Jackson, Bill Miles, and,Albert Youth:Corps and Mami-Dade with Dorsey Park Recreation your business name on
vivors Include mother Mrs. Isabell Lewis, Mrs. Alma Miller; Refreshment Junior College involves sixty- Supervisors announce the each uniform you buy.
Carrie Hunter; father Rich- Days, Mrs. Alice Robinson, Committee: Leroy Collier and eight students and adults.This formation of the Dorsey Park
ard Hunter; one sister Vickie, Mrs. Margaret Cohen, Mrs. Clifford Matthews, cochairmen Includes forty elementary stu- Little Leagues Official league Interested persons may call
and one'brother Ronnie; one Estora Cooper, Mrs. Marie ; Benjamin Smith, Alfred dents, twenty Junior high 'organization will be held at William Meadows at 3749211for
aunt Mrs. Annie Wiggins.Ser- Bethay, Mrs. Polly Dorseyand Brown, Joe Atkins and Ivory school students; four Junior Dorsey Park, Saturday May further Information.
vices are incomplete. Mrs. Christine Smith. Wiggs. Publicity Committee: college students; three teach 24 at 9 a.m.
Truly we enjoyed a wonderful Frank Hartley and Carl Mc- ers and one community school This is an effort,to keep our Little League Baseball team
John Newberry of 15125NW convention. Coy, co-chairmen; Phillip director. The program is de- boys off the streets and In the sponsored by the Downtown
23rd Ave., died May 17. Sur- Mrs. Hill was the first prize Johnson, Sampson Liptrot, signed to accomplish several parks during the summer Optimist Club.
vivors Include wile, Mamie; winner In the A&B Contest Mil er Dawkins, and W. D. goals. Among these goals are: months. The boys of the sur- The Teen Club of Booker T.
two brothers, L. J. and Har- held at A.M. Cohen Temple on Tolbert. (1) To help elementary stu- rounding area from ages nine Washington CommunitySchoolwill
vey Newberry; three sisters Sunday, April 20th. She raised Hostesses for the evening dents Improve their study through 14 are asked to come be taking Its fourth field
Willie Ann Donaldson, Lucy $1,120. The second prizewinner will be members of Jewels of habits while working closely to Dorsey Park to Join the teamof trip Friday, May 23. This will
Thigpen, Mary Newberry; nine i raised$1,001.The contes- the Star Chapter No. 73, Miss with a Junior high student possessing their particular age group. be their second trip to Pirate's
grands, six sisters-in-law; tants were Mother Nancy Doris McGahee, Worthy Ma- similar likes and dislikes The three divisions of league world this school year.
one brother-in-law. Services Miles and Mrs. Jessie Hill. tron, and Pacesetters ChapterNo. and (2) to help pioneerthe play will be the Bronco, one
will be held Saturday at Greater 68, Mrs. Eva Price,W.M. area of providing better Pony and Colt Leagues. A The teen club has as of
New Bethel Qpa-locka at 4 All members of Modern Job slots for NeighborhoodYouth minimum of five teams per its purposes to associate for
p.m. MEMORIAMIn Free and Accepted Masons of Corps enrollees. league is needed for success the cultural Improvement of
the World and its affiliate Order The ful the group; to assist with com-
memory of my beloved program operates daily league scheduling. Each
Mrs. Lillie Jones of376NW6th husband and our father, of the Eastern Star are at Douglass ElementarySchool team shOUld"have a minimumof munity educational, projects,
Ter., died May 16. Sur- --- urged to support House of Pro- 314 NW 12th Street 15 boys in membership.To and to increase the social involvement -,..
of teens in whole-
vivors include a dear friend gress Lodge No.72 in its spec- from 3:15 p.m. until 5:15p.m. the adults in the Greater
Mrs.' Josephine Range, Services , ial effort. Interested persons are invited Miami, area, whether you are some, recreational activities.

are Incomplete. Richard W. Harris, W.M. Diane Flffie, a senior at Miami -

Edison is the presidentand

Mrs. Louisejohnsonof ." '-- Incarnation 20th Anniversary Marsha Levarlty,a sophomore -
NW 65th St., died May 16.Sur- : at Miami Jackson Is the
vivors include a host of nieces II r- il On 25 WhitSunday vice president. Booker T.
Sunday, May cal, Seminary. At the 4 p.m.
and cousins. Services are incomplete .""" as It Is called in the Chris service at which a number of Washington 8th and 9th grad-
ter I.
) ""'I'I tian Church's Calendar when civic leaders,are expected toattend ,ers comprise the large mem-
the c h U r c h celebrates her the preacher will be bership in the club.
Willie Thomas of Washington r l blrthdate, the Mission Church the Rt. Rev. James Duncan,
Ave., died May 16. Sur- of the Incarnation, 1835 NW 54 Suffragan Bishop of the The Teen Club is the action
vivors Include wife Sadie club for boys and in
one girls our
; I Street will be
..". celebrating Diocese of South Florida.This
sister Claudia Barnes five community. They make things
; birthdate
as an organized mission will be a service of Thanksgiving -
aunts Katie Bailey, Rosa Les- ,." I I in The Episcopal Diocese Marking the 20th Anniversary -, happen that boys and girls en-
ter, Claudia Gordon, Simile .4'f : of South Florida as it will com- of the Church of the Joy. One of the Joys of mem-
and Judy Gr!feln.Services will J'I bership is planning the whole
f4. I ." memorate the first service
) Incarnation In the city of MI-
be held Saturday at 1:30 in the ,/ :' >< year's calendar. A second Joy
Wy; ;Ii f, : ,, r' ,1?> held on Whitsunday, 1949. ami. The new vicar of Incarnation -
chapel In Opa-locka. Lt'n Is carrying it out to fruition
From a mission in
> fr/. "..."'" struggling the Rev. J. Kenneth
Johnnie Jefferson of 10208 CLARENCE MOSS 'x} ',,",\..1,. ; ) :. c_ 1/1', 1949, it is now considered the Major will be the officiant at and experiencing how team
SW 183rd St. died May 16. who passed May 17, 1964. '; ;" I II...: ;' ' "fastest growing" mission in the service work can make a Job fun.
Services are Incomplete.Survivors We love .you, but God loves '0"li J.....y...-J N..._,_?4J1_......""""""';',:..'..!j; the Diocese of South Florida
;Include sister Eliza you best. with nearly 700 communi-

beth and Mary and Daisy Rob- CHAMPAIGN, m. Air- cants.
Mrs.. Victoria Moss and As apart of Its celebration
inson. man Irvin Randle, Jr.,'son of ,
Lonnie Croxton of 10420SW childrenRICHARDSON Mr. and Mrs.Irvin Randle,Sr. the church will have two guest
183rd St., died May 13. Ser- of 2160 NW 81st Ter., com- preachers., At the 8 a.m. and
vices 11 a.m. services, the preacher -
are incomplete. pleted his basic training at
431 Lackland AFB, Texas. He is will be the Rev. Richard L.
of NW
Charles Berry Barry vicar of Saint Simon's
for electronicsand
59th St., died May 19. Survi- Raymond Roberts 'of 2410 now training auto mechanic an engineer. Church, Fort Pierce who is a t
vors, include mother Jeanetteand died 19. N
NW 55th Ter.,
Airman Randle is a'68 grad- in Incarnation and is a grad-
Theodist Grimes; sister Services will be heldSaturday .A.. _'
uate of Miami Jackson High uate of the Virginia Theologi- 9Nf1
Diana Berry; five brothers at 1 p.m. in the chapel. He is School. native Miamian who grew-up
Albert, Jr., Willie, Thomas, survived by bis two sisters
Robert and James. Services Mrs. Lizzie Mae Walker of
will be held Saturday, 1 p.m. Miami and Mrs. Letha Bell See the Lady from the Land of Miracles
at Mt. Carmel Baptist Church Nelson of Quincy, Fla.; one

Mrs. Rose Walker of 1252 brother; nieces and nephews. SISTER DIANEWill
NW 45th St.. tiled May 20.Services Mrs. May Pryde Ridley of
501 NW 12th St., died May 14.
are incomplete. Services are incomplete. read your entire life without asking any

questions, gives advice, on all affairs of life

FRANCIS FUNERAL BAIN'S such as Love, Courtship i Marriage, Law MR. LESTER ALBERT OWNER
Suits and Business Speculation. Tells you There are many funeral homes in the Miami

HOME Grove Frank died Sheppard May 16 at of Jackson Coconut Who and'When you will marry. She never fails area, but there is only one funeral service.So .

This Is to inform the Hospital. He is survived by to reunite the Separated, cause Speedy and in your hour of bereavement call . .

public that the Francis one brother Willie Baker; one Happy Marriages, overcomes Enemies and
Funeral Home I is now sister Ann Wilson of NewJersey. Bad Luck of all kinds. No deserving poor refused

temporarily located at Services are incomplete. TELLS YOUR LUCKY DAYS & NUMBERS House of AlbertWhere
the Richardson Fune- Don't be discouraged others have foiled to help you.
Eddie Baldwin' of 3480 Day She does what others claim to do. One visit will con'
ral Home, 4500 NW 17th Ave., died May 18 at Jackson v/nc./ 'you this gifted Spiritualist Medium is, superiorto / service begins ,and, never ends
Avenue. Mr. Franciscan Hospital., He is survived by any reader you have ever consulted. THREE LOCATIONS TO SERVE YOU

sister Mozell Merritt, and a EVERYONE WELCOME
1437 NW 56th. St., Ph:' frIend| Mrs. Willie Parker. Hour 9:00 a.m. to 9iOO p.m. dally 9.J.l 6J.. MU6-33J1. 238.8801THE () .

691-6102., Service will be held Satur- 14060 NW 7th AVE' 688-9128 ;' .. .
," day in the chapel, 1 p.m. i



24 THE MIAMI TIMES, Friday, May 23, 1969

MT. OLIVETTE Five HundredTea I Incarnation Celebrates I

At St. John

women would like to On Sunday, May 25, the 20th BirthdayJ.

thank their many friends for Daughter Elks of Greater Miami -

helping to make their 19th, Temple No. 769 will en Kenneth Major, vicar preacher for both services.

Women's Day a success. Mrs. tertain the Elks family and The 20th Anniversary of the The Rt. Rev. James Duncan,

Walton Y. Robinson delivereda [ friends with their fabulous founding of the incarnation Suffragan Bishop of the Dio-

soul stirring message, Five Hundred Tea at Johnson 1t Episcopal Church, 1835 NW 54 cese of South Florida will administer -

speaking on the theme: Hall which is located on the 1t Street will be celebrated dur- the rites of confirmation -
"Christian Women Laboring grounds of St. John Baptist t
ing the 8:00 and 11:00 a.m. .
Together". services and a service of
The youth will be in chargeof ,I Dt. Pinkie Lowe, well known Thanksgiving and Confirmation The of the
highlights history
in Social and Civic Circles if' Von 3n !! unluu
the morning service, and,l at 4:00 p.m. Sunday, May of the congregation will be accounted -
the pastor Rev. Warren will t was appointed general chairI 25. at a reception in the
man and is assisted by a large t '
deliver his first sermon I i Richard of
committee from her The Rev. Barry activity center at 1749 NW
being elected. Youth Choir There will be a musical com- JORDAN GROVE St. Simon Episcopal Church, 54th St. following the evening
members please contact Mrs.
will bo
Fort Pierce guest service.
Rushing or Mrs. Bruno about[ posed of some of Miami's best .... _._*_ __.._. _.0.- ...... ..
talent here. Rev. William, r -
the new uniforms.

Immediately following the I Washington, Miss Barbara rC Women's Day KELLY'S CHAPEL
morning worship, the marri Demps, Ulysses Morris, Mrs. I J

age of Miss Ellen V. Bivensto | Valdez Murray and others will At Shiloh./ Rev. W. H. Butler,pastor

Mr. Odell McCray, Jr. will|I entertain during the evening. f Marie Carr, reporter

take place, with Rev. Warren I Tickets are on sale and a d Rev. A. M. Griffin, pastor On Sunday morning, the

officiating Miss Bivens is the donation of $1 will be accep- and Cheryl English is re- youth took over the church with
ted. The gala affair has been Butler
daughter of Mr. and Mrs. porter. Beverly presidingTheguest

Charles Bivens of 2965 NW;: apart of Greater Miami Sunday, New Shiloh M. B. speaker was Mr. Lehman -

67th Street. Temple No. 769 in years I stand will celebrate women's Day. Beneby, a member of the

has been pleasurable and ..dMvARMMIMPoN.nN11&JWWiY. The morning speaker is Mrs. Church of God and Prophecy

successful and Dt. Elks and d Carline from New Provi- and a senior at Northwestern.The .
ST.. LUKE Sally
friends are looking forward to dence and the evening speakeris guest choir was from New
this event.
Mount Calvary M.B. Church
163 NW 59th Street Missionary Turner from
The youth ministry will re-
Rev. L. J. Lee, pastor Richmond Heights. The chair
ST MARY'SRev. is Sister Louise sume every Tuesday at 7 p.m
Sunday, May 25 is Quarterly man Knapp,
All Interested youth are invited -
Conference. The co-chairman is Sis. Ella
presiding . ..
H. V. Stuart pastor ANMw- to attend.
Elder Rev. S. A. Cousin will Elam. Everyone is invited.
be present for his third Sunday, May 25 will be Testimonial MRS LEENETTE MRS. W. K. SMITH Sister Sheffield will have a. On Sunday, May 25 the Hal-

be present for his third quart Day. The Male PENNINGTON Perrlne and Mrs. W. K"Smith sale all day at the church Sat- landale Spiritual Singers will
Chorus will sing all day.Ush Rev. Douglas Cook,pastor render a special program in
erly conference at 11 a.m.The of Greater New Bethel Bap- urday. j
ers' Board
No. 1 will serve Eddie Gilbert, reporterThe There will be dinner sale behalf of our Men's Day. The
pastor is asking all boards to the tist Church will be the even- a
during 11 a.m. services women of Jordan Grove at the home of Sis. Claudia public is invited.
have their reports ready. All Ing speaker. The cooperationof
and Ushers'
Board No. 1 will
members are asked to be will observe their llth Annual the church is expected. Bryant Saturday, 1200 NW 65 The members of Ushers'

present.Let serve. during the 6 p.m. services Women's Day this Sunday, May Sisters Mary Brown,chair- Street. Board No. 1 would like to thank

us pray for the sick Ushers' 25. man;; Ada Manuel, cochairman Starting at 5:30 p.m. Satur- everyone who helped to make
shut-ins. celebrate their Board No.1 will The morning speaker will be ; and Helen Wooten, sec- day there will be a sale at the their 7th Anniversary a suc-

anniversary Mrs. Leenette Penninrton of retary.CHRISTIANfELLOWSHIP. home of Sin Marion English, cess. Special thanks and appreciation -
Sunday May 25 at 3:30
p.m. is extended to the
An 1250 NW 66th St. Sis. Englishis
enjoyable program is plan- also sponsoring rummage New Mt. Calvary Ushers' No.
Refreshments will be (
ANTIOCH served after. sale at 1200 NW 65th St. 1.

I Rev. W. E. Sims, pastor Let us remember to visit I
Dinners are sold everySaturday Rev. P. S. Brown pastor
t Rev. P. W. Wiggins, pastor and for theslckandshut-
t Dinettie Cobb, reporter at the church, for delivery Elaine Gilbert 2 reporterThe 'M. L. Nixon, reporterThe ins. pray ST. JAMES AME
No. Ushers' Board
call 758-1601. Candy pastor extends sincere
Everyone is urged please .'
will celebrate their anniversary
and cup cakes are sold every thanks to the youth for their
prayer meeting every on Sunday, May 11 In our 3\?
Tuesday at 8 Sunday after church by the splendid program and the FRIENDSHIP'Rev. ,
. p.m. Sunday School See Mrs. regular 11 a.m. worship service manner in which they conducted Vk

becoming Any young lady interested in Bethel or Mrs. Adderly.Our . Rev. K. E. Rogers of Mt. themselves. J. E. Jenkins, pastor ".. .: ,
a contestant in the Olive M.B. Church, South Mi- The pastor is asking all can-
special Sunday 25 is
to May date
prayers go your .
Miss Antioch contest please'contact
ami will deliver the anniversary didates to \
Brother Walter Bethel who to attend the Tea given by the meet at the church .
either Sis.H.Sanders, was hurt on his Job and all sermon. Apr ogr am Is Willing Workers Club at Sunday for baptism at 7 a.m. ; I
Sis G.Robinson or Sis.Rachel
other sick and shut-ins. Visi- planned for your enjoyment. the home of Brother Harold The Presidents Council is

Pratt.Remember to attend BTU tors are always welcome. The Seaboard Baptist Seminar ,Sharpe, 3274 NW 49th St from sponsoring their 12th annual

will open their classes on 4-6 p.m. The public is invited Testimonial Dinner honoring,
meeting every Sunday at 5:30 May 19 June 13 from 6-10 Mrs. Essie Bell Johnson,Sat-

P.m.Ushers' CHURCH OF GOD p.m. at Bethel Baptist of Visit and pray for the sick. urday, May 31 at 7 p.m. In
Board 2 will
No. Dania, Florida.. We urge all ]Help the needy. Toby's Cafeteria. The presidents -
sponsor a Pew Rally in June. ministers and
laymen to attend are asking all churches
Everyone is invited. The Church of God Taber- these classes. Rev. W.E. to turn in their tickets by May

All youth ,are urged to attend nalce, 1351 NW 67th St. has Sims is president and Rev.B. NEW PROVIDENCE 26. .

Jr. Cburchmeetfngevery been in Pentecostal services D. Coles is dean. Our get well wishes are extended -
Saturday at 4 p.m. since May 16. These special Let us not forget to pray for Rev. C. J. Burney,pastor to the following mem-

I *would like to extend my services will conclude Sunday, our sick and shut-ins, the be- Arsula Edwards,reporterThe bers In Jackson Hospital: Dea- ROSA LEE McCLENDON
sincere to 25. Deacons, Deaconess,
congratulations the May
reaved, our comm ity our con R. D. Williams SistersIda
and Trustees extend to each of S. L. Gay, pastor
women for a Job well done on The members along with nation and mankind Mae Rodwell
everywhere and Louise
Women's Day. Both morningand our pastor Elder Walter H. ;you a cordial invitation to at- Moore. Joseph Marshall, reporter

evening services were Richardson extends a hearty tend their Ninth Anniversary, Our 1845 NW 65th Street

equally enjoying. welcome ball.Regular Sunday, May 23 at 3 p.m.Rev.J. deepest sympathy to The Male Chorus anniversary -

Please pray for the sick, services are held MT. CARMEL W. Stephenson, pastor of Deacon Eddie Albert Lewis,Brother is Thursday at 8 p.m. and
B. Lewis and will
shut-in and the battlefield each at Antioch M. B. Church will be Sister end Sunday at 3:30 p.m.
men on Sunday 11:30
everywhere. Rev. D. A. Bradley,pastor j the guest speaker.Consecration Gussie Wright in the loss of This will be a musical pro-

Louise McGriff, reporter hour of prayer their nephew in Detroit gram. Please try to attend.

Sunday is Men's Day,this is ( is held each Sunday at 5 a.m. The pastor wish to thank
10th Annual Women's Day At
I the day we have been looking Bible class and prayer service everyone for their wonderful

Zion Hill forward to. Our captains are Tuesday at 7:30 p.m. All MT. SINAI support and cooperation at
saying to you, come and help New Bethel
Church Hialeah
;members are urged to attend. Rev. Cleo Albury, pastorB. -
them put the program over. Rev. Roddy Is pastor.
Continue in prayer for those Boney, reporter
There will be a program at who are sick, shut-in and the Baptismal services will beheld We are happy to announce that
the church Friday night for | we raised 10105.
bereaved. Sunday, May 25, preced-
the No. 1 Choir and Men's The pastor is asking all
ing the morning worship. All
Day. Come out. Our speakers
members to
candidates are asked to be go with us on Fri-
.,. will be Rev W. F. Tanner,Sr. time. on day, May 23 to St. Matthew
The afternoon speaker Rev. Free Will
Baptist Church. We
The Pulpit Aide Club will
Samuel Atchison and the even- are asking the 2
No. Choir
meet Sunday at 3 at the
ing speaker Rev. W. M.Davis and Ushers' to serve.
home of
Sis. Rosa
Come and hear them visi- Ferguson, All Junior Ushers
1315 NW 51st St. are to
tors are always welcome. meet at the church at 5:30
Choir No. 3 will be in chargeof
II Remember the sick and
p.m. May 24.
the worship services Sun-
shut-in and those who have lost
Mr. W. W. Plummer
day morning. ,president -
some of their loved ones.Pray and Ushers'
II i ' To our sick, shut-ins and Board No. 2
for the boys in Vietnam.
bereaved families, "the Earth are having a Beach Picnic at

is the Lord's and the fullness Haulover Beach Sunday, May
there of." 25. Please try to attend.
_. m_ 00_ ST. MATTHEW Mrs. Carrie Lawrence'and

MRS. BARBARA ROBINSON MRS. BEATRICE FOSTER Rev. Randall, pastor May-ites are having a partyat

Wynell Turner, reporter the home of Mr. and Mrs.
Rev. James Pickett, pastor $247.35 and Sis. CHRISTIAN VALLEYElder
Lampley top Anniversary climax is this Willie Nickolson at 1841 NW

E Our tenth Annual Women's ped the church captains with Sunday at 3 p.m. A. Ford, pastor 51st St., at which time a ham

Day will long be remembered. $295.15. On Thursday, Rev. Gary CHRISTENED Blondie Higgins,reporter will be given away.

The chairmen Sisters Barbara Barbecue is sold every Fri- Jeffery will be in charge of 5431 Mayo St., HollywoodThe The May-ltes are having a

Robinson and Beatrice Foster day and dinners are sold on services; on Friday, Rev.Gay Vernon T. Walker, Jr., the Spiritual Harmonizers dinner sale at the church

E along with the pastor wishes Saturday at the church, 2385 from St. 'James AME; Satur- son of Mr. and Mrs. Vernon will appear at Christian Valley parish ball, May 24 all day.

to express their thanks to the NW 60th St. Phone 633-5685. I day, the Miami Zion Tones at T. Walker, Sr. will be chris- this Sunday at 8 p.m. along For orders call OX 1-4212.

members, friendsandparticiY There is prayer meeting :8 p.m. tlaned Sunday, May 25 at St. with the Mother Ford Chorus. To the sick and shut-ins,we

pants on the program. every Tuesday beginning at Deacon Roundtree will sell Paul AME Church In Coconut Come out and hear these are not children of darknessbut

Amount raised was $2,238. 7:30 p.m. Visitors are always I dinners Saturday even1ng.I I Grove. A celebration will beheld great groups. children of the light.

Sister Foster raised the high welcome. Remember the sick Pray for the sick and shutI I at 4 p.m. at 9800NW25th Pray for the sick and shut- You are always welcome to

est amount of the top ten and shut-ins. ins. 'Avenue ins. the friendly church.

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THE MIAMI TIMES, Friday, May 23, 1969 25 .

Rev. J.Torreuce,pastor:
Rev. J.W. Everson,pastor 0. Harris, reporter BABY CONTESTMore Canon T.R.Gibson,rector
Emma Jeanning, reporterThe Sunday at 3 p.m. the pastorIs : Antoinette Silva,reporterThe
chairmen wish to express asking the congregationto than twenty babies members are sponsor
their thanks to the accompany him t o MercyM. from one day to five years have ing a raffle for the building

churches and to all who appeared B.Church Rev.Davis,pas entered the contest of Mt.Cal fund. The tickets are $1 and
on their first annual tor.Our vary Baptist Church. All are each member is asked to sell
Women's Day. Thanks to Rev. revival will begin June striving to win the contest one book valuing $5. Those of
Talmage of Holy Temole M.B. 2 6, we are asking for your prize of a U. S. Savings Bond. you who haven't received your
Church; Rev. Colvin of FirstB. prayers. Rev. J. B. Williamswill Many other valuable prizes book please contact Mr. William -

C. of Key Largo;the Spiritual be the speaker. will also be on display so that J. Stirrup at 444-0478 or
M Fl Melodies of New Mt. Rev. Johnson and his con- each contestant will walkawaywith the church's office at 4436349.
Moriah Baptist Church gregation from Brownsville a prize according to the First prize for the raffle is a
Many thanks to our speakers M. B. Church will be the guest amount of finance raised. trip for two to Nassau. Sec
Mrs. Annie L. Holmes of speaker May 28. The contest will terminate ond and third prizes are a
> North Miami Beach and Mrs. Dinners are sold every Fri- Thursday June I2at7:30p.m. transitor radio and a toaster

: ':,. ',."" : Annie L. Wright of Opa-locka, day and Saturday at the church All sponsors are urged to be respectively. Come on and
">,, , ; h 'i\tiJt" ind to all our friends who helped 1952 NW 52nd Street. present and have their contestants take a chance.
,it : to make our day a success Prayer service every Wed- present. There will be Get well wishes are extended
MRS. JULIA BIRCH "-' MES.MnDREDCOLEMAN On Thursday night the pastor : nesday night.You are welcometo balloons and much fun with the to all shut-ins of the church.

. General ChairmanOur . 1st Co-chairman ....._,_ is asking all members to join In with us. youngsters during the even-
accompany him to Oak Grove You are Ivited to worshipwith lag CORINTH
theme: "Christian Wo- each The states that finance
Henderson us Sunday.Remember pastor:
Baptist Church Rev.
men All One In Christ". the sick and from,this project will
pastor: Rev. M. L, Paschal, pastor
shut-Ins and remember to record toswell the
On Sunday, May 25 the pastor : go on Bernlce Ector, reporter
Mrs. Julia Birch, general is asking all members to pray for our boys on the battle amount reported for the annual Choir No. 1 will sponsor a

chairman; Mrs. Mildred Cole- accompany him to Mercy Baptist field. Women's Day observance sale at the home of Sisters
which will be held the fourth
man, first co-chairman; Mrs. Church Rev G. Davis pas Molly and Thelma Morrow,
Catherine Stubbs, second cochairman Sunday in June. For information
4750 24th
tor.Please contact Mrs.Jessie Doles
and Rev. W. W. ,
; remember to pray day. Phone 633-4100 for
Wells, pastor: for the sick and shut-ins and "Beloved, I wish above all chairman or the pastor, Rev. service. Deacon Ectorpresident.

The Greater Mt. Zion AME F 1. $ our boys in Vietnam. things that thou mayest pros Samuel Atchison .

Church of 5020 SW 18th St., per and be in health, even as To all members and friends

West Hollywood, will be,observing BEREA BAPTIST thy soul prospered." GRACE prayer meeting each Wednesday
their annual Women's This verse from m John is at '7:30 p.m. Everyone is
Day program May 25. Rev. J. Toles,pastor the golden text of the bible les Rev. W. F. Savoy, pastor: invited.
Ou r morning speaker is k Luella Robinson, reporterThe son-sermon on "soul and Rev. Savoy, who is at a Sunday at 3 pm all roads

Mrs. Gloria Robinson, our , pastor along with the body" that will be heard in all Minister's Conference Lake lead to Mt. Aaron Baptist on
evening speaker is Mrs.Irene MRS CATHERINE STUBBS members would like to thank Christian Science Churches. Junaluska, N, C. sends the corner of 69th St. and 17th
Brown. . 2nd Cochairmanon all who helped us celebrate our Some people wouldn't start greetings to the members;and Ave. Corinth will close their
The public is invited to comeand our annual women's day church anniversary. Special their day without a tidbit from ''assures us of his prayers as anniversary. You and yours
enjoy themselves with us, program. thanks to Rev. Saunders and the Bible. Not Just ritual read we carry out God's work,during are cordially invited.
the Sweet Field Baptist ing, this brings them face to his absence.

NEW MT. MORIAH ZION HOPE Church; Rev. Swain and the face with God who is love. It The late Pvt. Anthony Jones JAMES BAPTIST
Mt. Zion Free Will Baptist! ,I makes a differencel] Listen to was funeralized at our church ST.
Rev. A. L. Shipp, pastor: Church Rev. Nickerson Saturday 17. The church
Rev. Paul Freeman,pastor: ; "What Does the Bible Offer. May Rev. S. T. Johnson, pastor
Evelyn,Souter, reporterThe Bessie Williams,reporterThe Mt. Olive Free Will Baptist People Today?" over radio wishes the Jones' family to Bernice Gaitor, reporterThe
Deacon's and Deaconess dynamic Taylor Brothers Church; Rev. Solomon, Rev. station WMBM at 1:45 p.m. know that they are continuallyin church family wish to
Board will celebrate their from Blackshear, Ga Patterson and Rev.W. E,Sims Fifth Church of Christ, Scientist our prayers and that we hold thank the Sphinx Club for their

anniversary this Sunday at 3 will appear in a Musical pro. and New Hope Baptist Church 1600 NW 54th St., welcomes deepest sympathy in our support given us on last Sunday
with Rev. Douglas Cook, closed out servicesat hearts for them these
p.m. who during
our all to attend the services
Friday 30 at the in service.Dr. .
gram May our worship
of Jordan Grove Baptist
pastor 3 hours of bereavement.
church. This is sponsored b3Ushers' p.m. S. T. Johnson will be
Church, delivering Sunday at 3 the pastor Miss Annette Strachan,
Board No. 2, at 8 pm., the commencement speaker at
message. Refreshments is asking all members to accompany daughter of Viola and John
Admissions: adults $1.25., the Conroe Industrial College
be served. The public is in him Coconut Grove NEW MACEDONIA Strachan of 2172 NW 68 Lane,
Deacon Richard Williams at Conroe Texas May
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vited. to Jordan Chapel Free Will will be married June 1 at 3p.m .
president. where he will be elected as the
Rev. Roscoe Jackson pastor
Sis. Evelyn Souter want to in the church
Church Rev. H. I.Readon pastor sanctuary.
thank everyone who helped to On Sunday, May 25 Sin Mary Willie J. Beard, reporterI reception will follow the national president of the alumni
service Green is sponsoring a tea in wish to take this opportunity association for Conroe College
make program Mother Ella Vance isSn service.
behalf of Ushers' Board No. 1 to thank each and every and there he will receive
a success. at the home of Sis Veola Williams Jackson Hospital recoveringfrom one of you for whatever you did Graduating seniors of out the honorary degree, Doctorof
Our pas tor will an operation.Let us pray church will be honored June
1457 NW 42nd St.Don't on last Sunday afternoon at the Legal Law.
anniversary June 1. will enjoy a baccalaureate
much for her. They
to set aside this very
forget please King and Queen Tea. Withoutthe
Rev. 0. Taylor, pastor: of service on the second
date and help make this teaa help of God and it
St. Luke P. B. DAY Sunday in June.
Hollywood, will deliver a 3 success. Deacon Anderson would not have been a suc-

p.m message the second Sun president. cess. Rev. C. H. Smith, pastor:
day in June, sponsored by Sis. Baptism Sunday at 7:30. " SPRINGfI A special thanks to Mrs. NEW HOPE Mary Hopkins, reporterWe
Chance Collins in behalf of Asking all candidates to be Louise Knapp, the speaker and Rev. H. C.Samuels pastor wish to thank our many
Choir No. l's anniversary. present and bring change of ::, members of New Shiloh M.B. Patricia Gowen, reporterWe friends who helped us to make

Fashion Tea the fourth Sunday clothing.All ,,'j Church and to all our many would like to thank all our 7th Women's Day a suc
ladies are asked to be friends and visitors. God
May Special thanks to our
4-6 cess.
in June fro m p.m. of our members and friends
present Monday at 7:30 to get bless each and of Wal-
The pastor: want to thank everyone who came out on last Sundayto speakers Mrs. Beatrice
each one who accompanied started for women's day.Thisis you.On make the Pastors Aid Club dron and Mrs. Sallie Carllne.
him Tuesday night to Drake of vital importance. Tuesday night May 27, meeting a success. We now The pastor is asking all officers
Marie Freeman, chairman. the Male Chorus will sponsora with
and members to go
Memorial Baptist Church. have both the attendance and ,
The Spiritual Melodies will Remember the sick, and Talent Night and Radio Program financial banner from this him May 25 at 3 Peace
have a Musical program tonight members of bereaved familiesin at the church. They are club. ful Zion, 24th Avenue and 66th

(Thursday) at 8 p.m.The your prayers. entire asking church the cooperation and friends.MILLROCK of. the This Sunday, Miy 25 is our Street, Rev. C. P. Preston,

public is invited. annual Youth Day program. pastor.
Our deepest sympathy: to ST. LUKE We are asking the parents: Members please attend our
Sister Alberta Anderson and members and friends to please weekly meetings. Let us pray
family in the passing: of her come out and see your child for the sick and shut-in.
husband Bro. James Ander- Rev. P. W.Williams,pastor Rev. A.Jackson,pastorE. : ren in action. We have planneda

on last Sunday. We are asking Kathleen Streeter, reporter MRS. EMMA CLEMMON Jackson, reporterThe great program for your
your prayers for her, other Ushers' Board No. 1 and 2 No. 1 Ushers' will begin listening pleasure. CHRISTIAN MISSIONARY

sick, shut-ins, our pastor: invites you to attend their Fl. their anniversary Thursday Please pray for the sick,
other bereaved families and nancial Anniversary" Sundayat night with Rev.Evans and con- shut-ins and bereaved, also Rev. 0. D. Williams,pastorWe :
those in the armed services. 3 p.m. A program has been gregaton; In charge. the men In the armed service want to thank each and
planned for your enjoyment. On Friday night Rev. Hen everyone who supported our
Thanking you in advance Deacon derson and congregation of' NEW KINGDOM Usher Board No. 1 program,
Henry Snell and Brother Oak Grove M. B. Church of Sunday afternoon honoring

Willie Williams, presidents. North! Miami and Rev. Nelson 1952 NW 52nd Street BUT anniversary.
DRAKE MEMORIAL The Young Matrons will and congregation will close out Rev. J. Torrence, pastor: On June 15 the pastor and
present a "Get Acquainted on Sunday at 3 p.m. Everyoneis O. Harris reporterOur church are going to Christian
Rev. J. W, Dunn, pastor: Dinner" Thursday, May 29. A invited. Community; Church, Rev.
N. T. Green, reporterThe Please plan to attend and sup- The pastor: is asking all the revival will begin June Uooza Anderson, pastor On
and 2 l 6. We are asking for
pastor: officers port our youth. members who can,to go with your Tune 22 the Junior Choir will
members Invite you to attend Please pray for our sick 9qp. him Sunday night to Mercy prayers. lave their anniversary.
the closing services on Sunday Rev.W. B, Williams will be
and bereaved members. You
M. B. Church, behind the air- Please continue to pray for
for the church and Pas the speaker. r
are invited to worship with us port. he[ sick and shut-ins.
tor's Anniversary.Rev. this Sunday at 1790 NW 55th Let all of us pray for the Let us all J Join hands and
T. C. Kelly and congregation Street. sick; and shut-in. pray for world peace.
will be in charge of

this service at 3:30 p.m. and SISTER WILLIE M. FRVTIT BIBLE CHURCH TEMPLE
after this service a delicious HOPEWELLRev.
repast Is planned for all who Rev. W. M. Slater, pastor Bishop E. E.Rahmlng, pastor: ,The 39th anniversary of the Mrs. Florence Hepburn,
attend. J. J. Sheffield, pastor We will have our 6th Annual Shirley Cooper, reporterOn church and pastor Is in pro- president of Missionary
The closing service will be Car leather Sheffield,reporter Women's Day Sunday, May 25. Sunday at 3 p.m. we will jess this week. It will close Society accompanied by her
at 7:30 p.m. and Rev. J.John Sunday, May 25 will be our Our morning speaker will be be with Elder Thornton of ,Sunday, 6 p.m. with the Rev. daughter, Ethel Thompson,
son of St. James Baptist second Women's Day. Our Mrs. Emma Clemmon and our Bible Church of, God No. 2, H. W. Moss of New Mt. Zion, left for Washington, D. C. on
Church will be the speaker. morning speaker will be Mrs. evening speaker Sister Willie between 66th St. and 20th Ave. Florida City, delivering the Monday for a two week visit.
Sister Ida Clements chair- W. K. Smith Of c -lOCka.our Mae Prvitt. Come one and all nessage.. The public is invit 'They will be guest of her
man of the reception committee evening speaker will be Mrs.C. to hear these great speakers. We are Inviting all to come eeL grandson; and his wife,Mr.and
is asking.all members to J. Burney of New Provi- On the sick list:Sisters Lois Man be with us. Deepest sympathy to Mrs. Ronald Helburn.rensDayAIMI.Zion .
remember their obligation. dence. Please come out and Owen, Cora Mae Cooper and Bible class on Tuesday at XHils Deleveaux and family

Please remember the sick help us make our women's day, Katie Jackson. Pray. for the 8 p.m a1 the death of a relative re-'
and shut-in: *. a success. sick and shut-ins. .


26 THE MIAMI TIMES, Friday, May 23, 1969
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The National Urban League has submitted to President upgrading of the problems of the cities 'among our national,'K'j' i/ft; .
Nixon recommendations on the urban and racial crises.In priorities.The : ar
its totality, this document is a summary of every racial first essential, then, is for real andpevasive national
issue in America and possible solutions. For this reason, we commitment, one that draws on all our resources, public and
would like to share with our readers the Urban League's position private, and on all our richest talents I

on the problem that confronts every black American We need a concrete demonstration from the top that the nation \."... ",.
.. racism and the effects of racism. is totally committed to te fight against racism and the
Because of the length of the recommendations, "A Call To products of racism, against second-class citizenship and urban -
Action" will be printed weekly in six parts, beginning with decay.We .
today's article, which is the Introduction. need a plan with a built-in timetable for accomplishmentand :'
The National Urban League holds that race and race rela- measurement and a coordinating mechanism to ensure :?{ '::

tions, in all their ramifications,are at the core of our national its progress. The emphasis must be on performance, not ':....' .. '
life and at the core of the urban crisis. promises. Progress must be measurable and tangible. ':: N
We believe the urban-racial crisis confronting America Nothing less than massive effort and complete national com- :' ', '
represents a far more dangerous threat to the stability of the mitment will produce the desired results. J:'
nation than any other problem foreign or domestic.We ., '#1'1y. '
believe that solutions to these problems must have the A REVIEW OF CURRENT FEDERAL EFFORTS AND DIRECTIONS .. .. h ,

highest priority at all levels of government.The AFFECTING BLACKS AND MEMBERS OF OTHER MI- f
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inescapable tact is that the gap between whites and NORITY GROUPS .I::,, ,"
blacks has not been closed. ,In many areas it is widening. Unemployment The National Urban League is firmly convinced that clear '
runs high throughout the ghetto communities, and enforceable national standards must be established and
twice as high as, white unemployment, and as high as 40 per- maintained in any use of Federal monies aimed at alleviating S'
cent in some localities. Among black teenagers it averages 27 problems central to the urban-racial crisis.No '

percent. program to alleviate the inequities in American can : ,/ ,
With the exception of a few years during World War nand be left at the mercy of a given state be it in health, in edu- I : :
the Korean War, black unemployment has continued at dis- cation, in manpower development or the public welfare. I- .' ;
aster levels for 35 years, particularly in Northern .urban discretionary use of Federal funds in a variety of states ..-.....,--....
areas. The median family income for all Negroes is still onlya will not result in equitable distribution. In addition,the domi- Wherever you are .. whatever you are doing .. an Urban
little more than half that of whites and the black college nant influence of rural legislatures at the state level- this League volunteer will be there to ask you to become a mem-
graduate's lifetime income is less than that of a white with an time of urban crisis-all but guaranteed to,work against the ber. But, just in case a volunteer does not con tact'you, con-
eighth grade education. The mortality rate for black babies is best Interests of the cities, even in the major metropolitanstates. tact us at 377-3681, or stop by any Urban League office. All
still three times higher than for white babies. it .takes is your name, address and $1.00 to join the Urban
American c ities are becoming{ blacker and poorer, with If the urban and racial crisis throughout the country is to be League.. Help us close the racial gap in Miami.
swelling ghettos that are compounds of bad and over-crowded ameliorated by the use of Federal funds, national standardsof

housing, high unemployment, poor education, woefully inade- use and performance must be established and enforced.
quate social services, economic and social exploitation,wide- NEXT WEEK- "Manpower Policy"Ghetto
spread demoralization and sky-rocketing social costs. Not RANDOM THOUGHTSby
only are these expanding ghettos destructive to the people who
live in them, but they threaten every major city with strangu- Power
lation, bankruptcy and chaos.
in It would be folly to take ..
Frustrations the ghetto are high. ------------------- --------------------
comfort from the relative quiet of the past summer. Beneaththe With NumbersOur There are, in today's world, me. Food,gas and clothing was
surface, the situation may well be more explosive than in a great many gaps. We lable scarce and everyone had a ration -
previous years, the result of a hardening of attitudes and a everyday conversationswith black citizens could accom- them as credibility, genera- book. Ration stamps were
clearer view of the extent of relative denial. people reveal that, while plish. tion, academic and, for some, at a premium but somehow
The major issue before us is not whether we can solve the many black citizens recognizethe This is the aim -- to bring zipper. everyone seemed to manage
urban and racial problems which threaten to engulf us, but Urban League as an agency our people together to estab- okay. Kids bought war stamps
c whether we have the will to resolve them.Our technology, our with professional staff and lis h c rea t I v e confrontation until they filled a book and
social philosophy and our national resources, perhaps for the board of directors, fewpeople between the ghetto residentsand The gaps have been with us turned it in for a war bond.
first time in the history of man, make it possible for us to do realize that the Urban League the power structure.Con- for a long time. We just don't Street lights were dimmed at
almost anything we set out to do. The question is one of na- offers membership as well as frontation is necessary to like to admit it. The adultsof night and each street had their
,> tional resolve.To services to the black community bring about the changes in our the present generation, are civilian defense leader.
begin, we need, to proceed massively directions in system -- education, eco- after all, the kids of the 'good Ladies rolled bandages for the
which, to date, we have only proceeded experimentally. We This is especially,true in nomic, political --thatnow old days'. Nudge your memory ,red cross; knitted feverishly
need to review our experiments and apply our successes 1969, as membership is an Important work for black citizens a.s wellas and peel back the years. How all manner of scarves and
across the board on a scale designed to attack the whole rather part of the New Thurst it does for whites. many of you wore zoot suits, socks, all khaki colored; blue
than scattered parts. In most quarters, we know what works movement. This year,for the You can make a beginning, pad ded shoulders, tapered stars were 'hung in the windows -
and what it takes to make it work. We need to build on these first time,the Urban League is by getting personally involved. pants and pork-pie hats? Or, one for each boy of the
successes now, and build massively. Few things are more conducting a massive com- Just send your name, addressand saddle shoes (dirty of course), family in the service,and after
destructive in their impact on the ghetto than to pass laws munity wide membershipdrive. $1 membership to theUr- bobby sox and button down the a while, gold stars came to be.
raising hopes and expectations, as we have raised them, and ban League at 395 NW First back cardigan sweaters? Sort It was a sad time and for
then give those laws no more than token support.We The purpose is to become a Street or stop by any branch of makes you smile, doesn'tit many, an end of cherished
need immediate implementation of the recommendationsof membership-based organization office. Also, call 377-3681 for ? And how about the music dreams. But through it all, in
the KernerCommissionReporttheNationalAdvisoryCommission ( so that, by combining further information. that went with tose "outlan- the Americantraditionpeople
on Civil Disorders); of the Kaiser Committee Reort Urban League "knowhow"with Whatever contribution you dish outfits" that so dismayedour rallied forth, together. Being
(the President's Committee on Urban Housing); of the OEO the strength of large numbers can make, the Urban League parents "Three Bitty patriotic, you see, was nothing -
Advisory Commission Report; of the Report of the National I of black citizens organized i needs your voice, If you havea Fishes", "Cement Mixer, to be,ashamed of and
Advisory Council on Economic Opportunity; of the Report of !| in a united effort, we special interest in ghetto'Putty Putty", "Hut Sut Rals- "God bless America" was a
the President's Commission on Automation, Technology and will be strong enough to work, conditions such as hous- ton on the Rillrah" great favorite sing-a-long.
Economic 'toward the building up of the ing code enforcement musical achievements, all.
Progress; and the Report of the' Commission or. rec-
Law Enforcement and the Administration of Justice. 'ghetto to achieve re- reation, and others, we have And recall, if you can, those There were gaps. Folks
In 1976, the United States will celebrate its 200th anni- 'sults" for black people. task forces working to bring crazy kids on the campuseswho couldn't understand why young
versary as a nation. With total national commitment and dedi- The membership will be about changes. Or, if you ate goldfish for lack of people felt they were living on
cated direction from the White House, we submit that the basic 'totally involved, In program are too busy to get involved nothing else to do or piled 12 borrowed time; that maybe
domestic problems haunting this nation can be essentially re- -''planning, in determining personally and want to keep guys in a phone booth just to there wouldn't be a future.
solved in time for'that celebration. ]policy and in every aspect of informed, join the Urban Lea- see if it could be done. All Sound familiar? They worried
An eight-year plan specifying the tangible things to be making the Urban League both gue for that purpose. this sounds frivilous and I suppose as it should be and we ag-
done, a timetable by which to measure progress and the kind function in and for the com- Take the time sometimethis it was. But wasn't happening gravated them, as it always is
of commitment this nation makes when it wants to send a man munity. We are looking for a month, while we are con- during a frivilous time. with young people.

to the moon or re-build Western Europe,would produce mira- ;forceful, diversified member- ducting this drive, to join the There was the horrendous

cles of domestic progress, renewing our cities, dispersing:ship. Urban League. Your member- World War n going on and There is a vast difference,
the ghettos, educating and training our people and destroyingthe An example of how black ship is Important to you and young men were going off to of course, of the issues and
competitive and psychological undergirdings of racism.; :people can bring about changesIn to the community. war to die protecting you and in the course of action the

America is fully capable of achieving ,what it wants to' the system,by organizing youth today are taking. Draft
achieve. Full funding of the 1968 Housing Act's provisions for' together Is seen by the resultsof card burning, protests by disruption -
low and moderate Income housing, for example, would elimi- the recent garbage issue. and campus upheavalsare :
nate all substandard housing in the country in ten years or Only a small group, and newly Urban league widening the rifts between
less. formed area council organized Y
I' by the Urban League head- adults and youth. Outrageous
This is the scale upon which America can, and must, act., ed James Community OfficesLEAP conduct is considered normal
I by Mr. Royal set
Any failure to do so can only result in further dangerous deterioration .about to get more garbage, and cool reasoning is lost to

of an already critical situation. ;pickups in the ghetto, where -,1112 NW 62nd Street 7585551Jobs with a the screams of student de-
I The National Urban League believes that the new adminis- mands. As an adult I admit
1 the need is the greatest by vir- future in the building trades. ,
tration has entered office at a time when the foundations for I cannot condone or understand
1 ture of the larger numbers of
just such a massive crusade to solve our most pervasive and fully the behind the
OPERATION FirstStreet- ,
I, I people living there. After a EQUALITY- NW 377-3681
corrosive problems have been well established. 2338 All Baba present day method of
'' series of meetings, planning, Ave. Opa-locka 68503426740 NW 15th being
The Johnson Administration
mounted an unprecedented attack :and determined efforts, the Ave 691-3811 2001 NW 35th St. 633-3900 3378 heard.
on these problems and, in the process, created a great ;group was able to get the City Douglas Road, Coconut Grove 448-6268. Assistance in
deal of legislation aimed at
good relieving the hardships and
I Commission to change the established locating housing. There is, though, a dim
Inequities imposed on minority and the
groups impoverished. j j policy and Increasethe light thafshines into the fu-
Too frequently, however, the economic requirements of the garbage collections inthose FAMILY PLANNING-4638 NW 27th Avenue 633-2573. ture. Just the fact of the nor-
war in Vietnam precluded full appropriations. j areas where it was most Information for family planning assistance. mal passage of time on the side
Nonetheless the legacy of the Johnson Administration is
,needed and buy needed additional of today's adults means we
strong one, consisting of a backlog of Important legislation, ( garbage trucks and NEIGHBORHOOD DEVELOPMENT-NW 3rd Avenue 'soon will relinquish our spot to
strong moral leadership, the establishment of important precedents j Increase the trash collection. 377-5264. Citizen action to change ghetto conditions. the youth of ,today., Maybethey'll
In the appointment of blacks at all levels of the Fed-
t This was the first effort of be better adults than
t, eral structure, and a consistently forthright challenge to the 't this group and the first suc- G.A.S.S. 395 NW First Street 377-3681. Organizing we are.
American people to live up to their highest creeds. ess. This illustrates the idea for ghetto power.
i rr The National Urban League looks to the new President for a
()f ghetto power, for this was So kids
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continuation of this kind of leadership and recognition of the
iccomplished by a small There's enough room in that
( \ unique opportunities and challenges before him. Think what such CITIZENS CORPS 395 NW. First Street
group many 377-3681. gap for all of us. Maybe if we
} The naming of a Presidential assistant for urban problems urea councils working together Volunteer service for ghetto residents. all pull together we can all
is the first constructive step forward, signifying as it does an
I with large numbers of learn to
keep our gaps shut.r1 .



THE MIAMI-TIMES Friday May 23 1969 27
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I cannot hate
the Jew
What Angel sits on my shoulder? MANKER-MILTON
Does he bring an omen of age? Pd be foolish if I did. 6701 NW 15th AvenueDoes A-I LABOR
Pd not be 691.9151
he make me bolder? thinking as an adult,
But as some pathetic kid. NO FEr PAID DAILY
Does he wait to turn the page? RAHMINGS EVERGREEN Wanted
Agents I Men with ,
I won't buy anti-Semitism. MORTUARY Driv.r' cora
I won't nor should 5253 NW 7th Avenue Fork lift, Lob--.e.a: Ware-
Why does his presence bring fears? 754-0681 or 754-0682 Agents to sell The Miami ho".emen. Open 5130 a.m.
What better f i I
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Has he been there too long? are over
Why can't I erase the years? Than we find in the Jew? WI NDOW SERVICE Florida and Georgia. They A-I

Walk once again with the strong? When everybody kicked us 'round, may be boys and girls or Employment
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What Angel sits on shoulder
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I know now what he is. '
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Knowledge comes with growing older.Strength the spell ,534 H. MIAMI VENUE
Of slavery's cruel trance
from the love '
that is His.
Of all the peoples in the land, DRESS SHOPS
Who gave black folk a chance? PATRICIA'S INC. "
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Out across the pond.
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Flying wide-spread wings -
Who stood besides the black man
Form a friendly bond. -
In his almost helpless plight? FLJI4
Strengthened wings propel them on -
When the black
man lived in fear
Forward, up and over, E'VE MOVED!!!
Of the hateful, rampant mob If !,'*=o rdi,tlio vy s,JB ty'''(Hi ths
Like small airplanes in the sun Who " ft Harlem Cabs
Skimming fields of clover. gave the black man help? Magic City
Who gave him a job?
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even to this very day, iPi TUftB 'iJuWttl*
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The champion of democracy dresses. Fonts and
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CICQfrIX I cannot stand for bigotry, Made to fit all sites For confidential information and "
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Holding the newspaper with a steady hand, I still remember Cheney .. .. free treatmentthe

girl said, "The wedding announcement And Schwermer and Goodman too. SEWING MACHINE Phone: 377-0341 Extension 152
does not hurt. 1969 ZIGZAG PORTABLEHe
took his section of my heart Ben Anderson Zlg-Zag lightly used. No DADE COUNTY HEALTH DEPARTMENTlong

ago and the wound overcast attach.needed, make to but.monogram holes,, 1350 NW 14th Street, Miami

has healed. The scar COnd tuff controls built In. Sews with
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and had almost forgotten it is there." Densely flat clustering petals $ 2.10 or mertonstrotio.on assume For tree payments home

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CALL 154-8590

Wllhelmina Rev. J. HendooJastor Sands, reporter 220 N.W: 50 TH ST. STEREO RADIO TAPE RECORDER

The Sunday School and BTU I would like to thank all of
Depts., extend their sincere my neighbors and friends for For all your insurance VET TV I
appreciation to the Rev.
needs all.I
Griffin, pastor of Shiloh Bap their recent thoughtfulness TED FORMERLY OP JET'IS NOW VET
and kindness. ..
tilt Church and his congregation ' "'''11'''' .4 *FLORIST
for rendering service for ..,fI 379.7 735.'
them at the close of their IISIDc..I7., __ llortaa i

nancial drive last Sunday. Mrs. Elizabeth Carter i ,,,.- 845 NW 2ND AVENUE OPEN 9 TO 8

They also thank the other '

friends and members of the

church for their support in / 4340 N.C. 7rh Ave....

making this drive a success. N .. flai4.
Total raised $944.83. .

Dinners are being sold at the Rev. I. C. Mickins,pastor : .,

church every Saturday. Call Lucille Beckett, reporter k
693-0820 or 693-0821 toplace The pastor and members' y flowers for all'

Your orders. invite you to attendtheirdedi-y occasionsFLOWERS

catory services Sunday, July --. ss ':
MT. PLEASANT 13, plan now to attend.

Rev. A.H.Lockett,pastor Visitors are always wel- _ BYMODERNDAY
A. M. Hollimon, reporter come to worship with us.Sun w.u..wV '1

We are inviting everyone to 'day School 9:30 a.m.; morning WE WIRE FLOWERS ,
Join us in celebrating our annual worship 11 a.m., and evening TONY SMITH
ANYWHERE 275 Northslde Plaza
Women'sDaythisSundaX. worship 7 p.m. 642-4445-759-1054

Plans have been made to preAll members are requested HR 10 Cod 305 N ort h s Id e Shopping Center
senttothecnnlr'l'egatlooamost to attend the weekly activities Group I Insurance '
Aspiring and informative of the church. Life Insurance *: 754-8061> /r 693-3971 Day I
program. Please continue to make our Family Group Insurance

Our chairman,Mrs.Annie church your choice of worship. Business Insurance 758-4371 754.1888 NiteI

M. Bennett, is recuperating pray for a closer dally walk Hospital & Molor Medical

from an eye operation, with God.

28 THE MIAMI TIMES Friday, May 23, 969i'v

National AAU Meet loaded With Track Stars I

Miami could witness the of stairs. But he came back to the two-day meet, which the Hemispheric honors: as: we"
'MYTIME" a berth on the team that will
first 18-foot pole vault as win the NCAA pole vault Columbia Broadcasting Sysas
UCLA's Dick Railsback-- championship, soaring 17- tem will televise live and in battle Russia and European
1968 National AAU championwho 01/2 feet to defeat then world color. contestants later this summer

has cleared 17 feet, five- record holder Bob Seagren, Athletes will compete for in the United States.
and-one-half inches .- enters who settled for 16-8 and sec-

PHIL DIXON this year's meet June 2829at ond place.
Miami Dade Junior College Washington State Cougarsare
.. North Campus entering: Bill Henry, long
UCLA's announcement Jump; Barrie Johnson, triple
The first thing that must be done is to ask "Traz" Powellto coincides with the entry, of a Jump; and Tony Tenisci,ham-
forgive me for not showing up at his testimonial. I got involved 16-man squad from Washington mer throw.
with a few personal matters and couldn't show. From State University, the larg- Also; sprinters,Dick Olsen,
all the comments I've gotten, there was very little I could est single aggregate thus far, Rory Walter, Rick Riley,Den
lend to the occasion, other than presence. Therefore, Mr and four-man teams from nis Margardant,Jerry Lind-
Powell, please accept my belated Congrats on a most color- Villanova and the Universityof gren, Art Sandison and Larry
ful career. Not only have you been a builder of men and womenin Wisconsin.The Scheurer.
the community, but you are a living example that handi- six foot-two, 175- Also; high J jumpers Peter
caps can be over come. Again, my congrats on a Job very pound er from Pasadena won Wright, Jim Voss and Keith
well done; 'and as you stated, you're not finished yet! last year's AAU pole vault Dalluge; Ross Miller and stu
Dennis Peaks and Dave Bondu of the Par and Birdie Clubtell event when he soared l7- Hunnings in the Javelin; John

me, they have started a Junior circuit. They do a thing 11/4. Railsback, 23, smasheda Van Reenen, discus and shot
like teach young fellows and girls the enjoyment of golf. Per- Bruin record when he vaulted put; an Boyd Gittins, 440-
sonally, I think this is a good move on the part of the club, andI 17-51/2 April 19 in a dual yard hurdles.
would do a personal thing of getting a few members for the meet against Oregon State. Villanova miler Marty
Junior Par and Birdies.; Til even play myself, if you guys will Railsback's super-soar Liquori, with 'a best time of

'give me my handicap. clipped by a half-inch the 400.8, anchors the Pennsyl-
UCLA pole vault record of 17- vania squad. Butler has cleared -
"Butterball" Smith, has started his thing for the kids
5 set.last year by teammateJon the 120-yard high hurdlesin
at Parkway and Kendall homes. These are kids who were
placed there .for various reasons, mainly because they have Vaugh, a 21-year-old 13.8 seconds.
out the Wisconsin
been misunderstood. Butterball started his cook-out for these ,ior. Rounding
Vaughn, has also entered the team are Mark Winzenried,
kids envolving his own family and of course himself. If any
of you would like to take part in this venture, contact Butterat Miami meet to lend the West half-mile; Don Vandrey,
the station (WAME) or If you want to contribute to the cause Coast Juggernauts a powerful the mile; and Ray Arrington,
one-two punch in the pole the Big Ten's defending mile
make a check or money order to: "Happy Miami c/o Butter-
champion the past two
ball and send it to the station. This is a non profitable organization vault. > years.
Speedster Wayne Collett Other universities and col-
so any contributions are tax deductable.Last .
who sprinted the 44o-yard leges that have entered include M
week, another radio station had a job-a-thon, it has dash in a blazing 45-8 for a Oregon State Texas A&M,

been Judged a success. WKAT'S marathon radio program,designed UCLA record last March, Prairie View A&M (Prairie of Wisconsin's Mike Butler defend-
to help people find jobs and employers find workers, rounds out the Bruin squad.> View, TexasCallfornia, University ,
ran until 1 a.m. Sunday before being concluded by the station. Collett, who either smashedor Tennessee, Florida, Western ing Big Ten champion in the 120-yard high hurdlesin
The program began at 10 a.m. Saturday. tied almost every UCLA Kentucky, Georgia Tech, 13.8 seconds, has entered the 81st annual Na-

During the 15 hours, the station's"Talkmasters"completed sprint record last year, was l Academy, TulaneStan- tional AAU track and.field meet here June 28-29 at

642 interviews on the air'. . 458 with people looking for tabbed the U. S.'s top college ford and Yale. Miami-Dade Junior College North campus. More than
An estimated 500 athletes
work and 184 with potential employers.The freshman track athlete for
1968. from throughout the Western 500 athletes from the Western Hemisphere are ex-
project was run in association with the Greater Miami
Railsback has returned to Hemisphere: willcompete in pected to compete.
Chamber of Commerce, the National Alliance of Businessmen -
his winning form after a freak
the Florida State Employment Service. WKAT cancelledall
accident last year in which he ,,. _
of its commercials, as well as all of its regularly scheduled gr nnr > rar t4t+msab bs'' a)rSa
broke his left hand when his
for the one-time special.
pole exploded in mid-air dur-
The hard core unemployed areas were alerted through an ing the season's first meet.
advertisement and hand-bill program which was successful Railsback and Vaughn,
v>,because of the earnest effort and cooperation of Paul Wyche probably will continue their
and the offices of the EOPI, Gordon Johnson of the Model bitter rivalry in Miami, as
Cities program, Harold Oliver and Dave Bondu of the Concentrated they did at last year'sAAUbattle
Employment Program, Archie Hardwick of the JamesE. in Sacramento. Rails-
Scott Community Center,Gerald Plessner of the Boy Scoutsof back won that event with a 17-
America, and Howard McMullen and Ed Parnell of the Dade 11/4 effort and Vaughn nab-
County Schools. bed second with a 16-81/4

Advice and counsel was received and utilized in great mea- vault. \'p'f' '7 r r
sure from Bob Sims of the Community Relations Board, Ray Vaughn, an art major, also
Goode of the Greater Miami Coalition, Neal Adams-County suffered injuries last year
Commissioner, and Bernard Dyer of the Liberty City Council when he stumbled down flight wi .
a v +
In a most unusual development, Radio Station WAME and v
WMBM explained the "Jobathon" program to their listenerson __
Saturday and suggested that if work was needed that the ,:. iti __
listeners should tune to WKAT. This is certainly a most un-
selfish community effort far and above the normal competitiveworld ar
of radio.A t x4 : / ..
follow-up campaign is now in progress to ascertain re- 4 3d '+ Z y
sults and to offer further aid for those who called but have not '
as yet been employed. ri : :

Bill Smith, vice-president in charge of Programs for WKAT, _
who conceived the idea and carried it through to a successful _
reality said; "We are overwhelmed and delighted to have had __ .. _. ____ __ ______m __om

this chance to help. Such service is an obligation, in our opinion JORDAN MARSH OUTFITS TACOLCY TEAM
if we are to maintain the involvement with South Florida
Members of the Belafonte Tacolcy Youth Centerwere all smiles on Tuesday -
that we have developed. It was so exhlleratingthat our people
didn't even realize how exhausted they were until Sunday." when officials from Jordan Marsh visited the center and presented equip-

Sport of the week: Marv Bannerman You still can't run. ment for the baseball team. Thomas Capodieci, Max Brown and Miami Dolphin

Until the next time, remain a good sport. star Willie West brought alongthe bats and gloves from the store. The Tacolcy

team members and the donors immediately tried out the equipment in a pepper

game on the lawn. Times photo by Rich Johnson.IITUI .

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University of Wisconsin's FINALS
Ray Arrington, the Big Ten's
defending champion in the mile
> Construction site of swimming pool and facilities a t the .run the past two years, is BIB
Metro Park, yet to be named, located at NW 17th and 87th ;among a growing list of ath- P Saturday, May 24th
Street. Waiting for completion of the long overdue pool are letes to enter the 81st annual r rr
Tony Ford, 11, recreation leader with Metropolitan Dade :National AAU track and field
County Park and Recreation Department, Ed Grant and Dale meet here June 28-29 at Mi
Williams, 11. Swimming pools are also in progress at the :ami-Dade Junior College
following sites: N.,W. 24th Ave. North of 48th St.., NW 26 Aye .North Campus. More than 500 e
and 71st St. Learn to swim, first aid, water safety and other ;.athletes from throughout the r .
j aquatic programs will be taught by the recreation division at Western Hemisphere are expected -

: these three new pools in Dade County Watch for opening dates to compete.

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MIAMI TIMES, Friday. May 23, 1969 29Suppose

Dr. Pefhune Commemoration Services Sunday SEWING MACHINE

rx f b 'The National Council of Negro M. B. Church, 5129 NW 17th duction of new members' 1968 SINGER CONSOLES
;',!#' Women, Inc. Central Avenue, at 4 p.m. A full pro- and the Brownsville Jr. High stylish 11 g h\1)wol.l ud cob.tlg-sog make but.In
S. Section will observe the com- gram has been planned and School Chorus in concert.Re- holes, sews on but.,monograms -
memoration of Dr. Mary Mc- will feature a tribute to Dr. freshments will be served. applique, overcast
Cloud Bethune, the founder,In Bethune, NCNW CommunityFocus The public is invited. and 'blind hem stitch with-
ceremonies, Sundayafternoon ceremonies for the installation out trols attachments.built In. Full prices con-
May 25 at Zion Hope of officers and in- $6 .80 or assume paymentsof
7.00 mo. For free home
demonstration, call Capitol
SPECIAL $14,000 VALUE Credit Mar. till ? p.m. No
obligation. If toll, call col
FOR SALE Only $9500 lect. 9498124.
VACUUM 2 bedroom, 1 both 2355 NW
I 3 bdrm, $250 down o44b. Capitol Sewing Machinesof
garage ANDSEWING 155th St. 86 (M30)) Southern Florida
$110 month MACHINE
2267 NW 93rd Street REPAIR
* *

2 bdrm, 2 bath,'$600 down NO QUALIFYING
$125 month Clean oil
S 3 bedroom 2 bath 6 old
715 NW 52nd Street and adjust yrs
* your sewing 0 Refrigerator & Stove included

) 2 bdrm, double garage, machine or Near elementary school, bus,routes & X-Woy
home. vacuum in $2,600 down $125 all
; luxury $700 down pays
$US month your home.
: 1177 NW 48th Street CALL Ask for Eugene Kemp
* :

Ii/ff- 4 bdrm, 2 bath, $500 down, 636-9442 FORD REALTY, INC.
/ : $130 month OR 693-0808 511 IN. E.T9ST. 751-3659

_ _ 15820 NW 27th Place 9510 NW 7th Ave.

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3011'8' 1t STREET BROKER
: If No Answer
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we all aim at the real target: HUNGER., : *'OIft". "of" 693-4772 759-6500
; j ,%
1: t ; a
by Elder J.. WilsonWe '. ''\ FHA Large 2 bdrm, 1 bath, liv rm, din ana.

also have a new kindergarten service that EO p"'"" '1':" .iA1. $ hitch, garage, $12,500,$600 dwn* ,$105 mo.pays all.
., ,}..\ .
covers care for babies'and pre-school age children tWILL FHA CBS 2 bedrmi, 2 baths liv rm, din rm,
We will feed the hungry and if in need for any of SELL FOR VALUATION 1 double kitch, can convert t, 3rd bJrll, vynl fin,

these services, call 693-0481 or come to 9009 NW Lovely 3 bedroom, 2 bath CBS, large Florida rm, convenient corner, $14,000, $700 down. $125 mo.
21st Avenue. We will see there. large front porch, wall heat, appliances, dishwasher pays all.
you garbage disposal, wall to wall carpeting. FHA CBS. Tilt roof, 2 bdrmt, 1 bath, liv rm,
FHA ${1,000, $700 down. $120.86 month. din area, kitch, gar., fenced.$14,500, $1,000 dwn,

I 'i1.'{K1'Y :WLL; StLL}:,FOK,FHA.VflLBATWl f.) ,, $96.76 month.
Miami Ads Don'f Cosf Modtrft.droo. ,,,2: tBS,:.frttMy; paint.d4lnsideon I FHA CBS. Tilt roof, 3 bdrmt. 2 bath, liv rm,
, ",out, target' f.rcedyerd; ,nice;*ht.fII4, din rm, hitch Fla rm, gar., util I area. $21,000,
They Pay near oe' ., I H A'\ bargain, at':$1 U,06O.. M.witbl tx $1,775 down, 146.82 mo.
$600 dVwandVl .onlb. 'l(, " .' t-r1',
WATERFRONT CBS. Tilt roof, 2 bdrmt. 2
WILL SELL FOR FHA VALUATION baths, liv rm, Fla rm, din area, built-in kitch I
Like new 3 bedroom, 2 bath CBS, large modern util I area, hdwood & ttrr firs, gar., sprinklers ,
kitchen, stove, refrigerator, 3 reverse cycle air
AUTO INSURANCELow patio, $21,500, $5,000 down, $128 month.
t conditioners, jalousie windows, large front porch "-
Premium Rates b : nicely landscaped. FHA $16,500, $600 down BUSINESS SPECIAL
Low Monthly Payments : E " 117.89 month. AUTO REPAIR SHOP Ideal location, stock &

Immediate SR-22 Filings ,:;., :' .': ';**" $5,000. Purchase thru F.deralloan Jf
\ ;':<:,: ,mil SELL:FOR FHA'VALUATKW

Mon.OFFICE Thru! Frl.HOURS.9,30-7iOO '.. ..... I' .>..;4 bedroom, 2 bath :CBS, very,large",Florida, ;room,
Sat. 9.30-4iOO \ ,wall heat, owning*. 15x30 'lw'.li'fool.JIfA| !, ;: ; :
I ;:,price l $17,600/$800 down.. $12..57 ,. ftth.,<,:,',,, :
BROWN REALTY & INSURANCE AGENCY ",.. :1'IJ\\.:" :' ,,,',/ :,; :! '; '\in>", ;" h '

740 NW 7th Avenue I
754-0655 Modern 3 bedroom, 2 bath CBS, largo corner lot,
circular drive, carport, terrazzo floors, wall heat,
jalousie windows, appliances. FHA $17,000,
$700 down, $120.86 month.

WILL SELL FOR'FHA'VALU&TION ( ,::.i, Special' Discount

I Modern 3 bedroom,CBStilt, roof terrazzo: floors, .;
2 ton vtut'eycl air, paneled dining room,.;! ,
wall to ,wall carpttlng, ,large {screened (fn: patio;; SALE

SERVICE FIRST I FHA ,prict"'$14,900' , $450'down. ,and, $107,14; , ::mo" ,;; .

Lovely CBS at 2245 NW 96th St.. with smaller 5 LARGE 21'! BLADES
'CBS in rear. Front house has large open porch, ROLL-A-BOUT; STAND
JIM LIVINSON, Own.r Pht n 6357507 Florida room, tile roof, carport, wall to wall car 2 SPEED MOTOR
I peting, new stove and refrigerator. Rear house
has new appliances, too; and both are fully furn 1 YEAR GUARANTEE
BY OWNER: ished., Bargain at $22,500. Bank qualifying a nd


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3639 NW 15th Avenue /, ,:'o'r.1 tto.$39-9S:
CBS building, over 2,000 square ft. with park- \ We have itvtral,duplexes'/ wtllas'5 "and ft unit <.,
:Ing. Ideal for children's ,n'urserY'i medical, i buildings 'that you. can, buy with'a low dawn:payj'' $
building, insurance office,' small church. r mint and teasonablmonthly} : payments..Have! 'In i' 289 5
I i com rand, ,live tent frw,;toO;Come, 'ot ietl "'f .: SALE PRICE
For Appointment Call: ;': '/ r. ,' <;" r: ', Y', ', ONLY

MR. FORD -751-3659 '

FHA ', '.
; 'f ; 'fI/7' '
51st St. CBS, 2 story duplex. p : ':;,j< :" ,IL,,.: NO CREDIT REQUIRED
((1) 1121 NW %- $ '''' 'I!' ,
$350down. $125 month pays all. : E-Z MONTHLY PAYMENTS

((2) 2125 NW 58th St. CBS duplex. 3 bed- : ,:, :. '
down $99 .BROKER ;;:;
room, and 2 bedroom, $250 mo. ? ? .

pays all. 1932\ NW' 7lli Av.: :,
W. T. WEllS CO.
(3) 3147NW66th St. 3bedro.omCBSbeauty. Pt" ,9.43'71'r /

$400 down. $101 month pays all. 4", ;, ;'
of 45 N.W. 54th Si.
((4) 2417NW43rd St.3 bedroom, CBS, $300 CAROL C/TT' '' ,SHOPWG CENTER; ,

down, $92 month pays all. :ARCADE 1 ,, .,r a4-3666 Phone, 7515629THE
/ .
((5) 4020) NW 12th Ave. 2 bedroom, frame L./\r Open Evmngs ;-. ,' .jj' St ,
: : : *" ( ;
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all. :
beauty. $250 down, $82 month pays .: !tt-".w': J, !;,l'-'":: ..t>'fll. 1h.'.*" '",1.1

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30 THE MIAMI TIMES, Friday, May 23, 1969

MISCELLANEOUSCarpet I"God And Music" simplest protozoa to the most

dirty? Sink ,clogged? complex forms of plant and
CLASSiFiED ADS I Toilet leaks. Painting prob- By REV. VINCENT, DeMEO animal lifer Every cell embodies -

I lem? Call the expert free estimate Music is defined In the dic- God's intelligence so'

20 WORDS OR LESS $2010. IOC FOR EACH ADDITIONAL :.VORD. 634-8878. May 23 tionary as "the art of produc- that it performs the functionfor
which it was Intended. We
DEADLINE, FOR CLASSIFIED ADS TUESDAY 6 P. M. ing significant arrangementsof observe the proof of this when
Learn to read and write For sounds, usually with refer-
the skin has been injured.The
beginners and adults. Also ence to rhythm,pitch,and tone
cells respond automatically.They .
FOR SALE FOR SALE FOR SALE Clarinet and sax. 757-4149. color." If we consider "rhythm" -
reconstruct themselves.The .
as a most significant attribute -
CBS HOUSE Rooms for rent. Men only that DRAPERIEStaken of music, we have but rhythmical, healing
sations act until
$1,000Drive 4 large bedrooms. Walk-in work daily. Call 691-9091 down, cleaned, decorator to look around us. God's symphony automatically
the flesh is
by 7020 NW 3rd Avenue closet, foyer sliding glass folded and rehung.Drapery -. of nature has provided perfectly com-
nice 2 bedroom CBS large Fla. doors, large living room Room. Prefer elderly gentle- rods installed. LUSTRA/ inspiration for much of the pletely healed. That's why the
said "Music has charmsto
porch, carport, $13,500 total, dining room. 21/2 bath.Large .men Meals or* cooking privi- TONE DRAPERY SERVICE. world's great music.The rhy- poet sooth,the beast."
FHA $450 down $100 vets, fenced in yard. Must see Inside leges.Complete use of the home 887-8022 thm and harmony that exists savage
When are cen-
our thoughts
$110 per month pays all. A. $2,000 down take overll,800 633-5766. HELP.WANTEDRegistered profusely and freely is God's tered on God's protecting,
Ben-Kori Realtor, anytime mortgage. 691-0634 693- gift of music to life. in
rhythmic activity every aspect -
579-2425. 2893. FOR RENT nurse. Late nightshift In the Universe we observethe of our lives, we become
1 2 $17 GeneralHos- immutable laws which
Efficiency, or people Opa-locka keep free bodily obstructions.We
Lovely CBS 3 bedroom,2 bath, ANYONE CAN BUY 1 bedroom CBS, apt. $20 pital. 685-2467. the planets in constant,orderly also free ourselves of emotional .
Florida room, carport, front 1360 NE 151stSTREET 1 bedroom duplex $22 rhythmic movement. restrictions which have

porch, tile roof, hardwoodfloor. 3 bedroom,2 bath,seven years 2 bedroom house $27 Beauty Advisors. Part or full There's a cosmic harmony held us bondage to unpleasant
FHA $800 down. $131month. old, fully furnished. Include 1 bedroom downtown area $19 time. Above average earningsWe which enables all creation to human relations. When we

Atlantic and Pacific loads of extras with color TV, Deposit Required train. Car necessary.Call proceed in an orderly fashion. recognize every man's spiri-

Realtors. 666-0411. stero. Price $25,000. Owner WEST REALTY 233-2757 (eM 30)) We even notice this perfect tual dignity, we enter into the
moving away. Action wanted. 2020 NW 62nd STREET harmony and rhythm in the au- harmony of life which Godhas
Pretty CBS 2 bedroom 1 bath. Call Dolly Reisfield, Assoc. OPEN 10 to 12 tomatic activities of our hu- already bestowed upon us.

Extra large Florida room,tile Berlow Reisfield,Realtors, OFFICE CLERK man bodies.We take for granted Could anyone have a greater -
roof, hardwood floor, $1500 1140 NE 163rd St. 945-4308. STORE FOR RENT Light typing' will train right these God-given rhythmic desire, or expect a greater
cash down. Bank financing. 801 NW 54th St. Good parking pulsations. The act of breath- gift?
Terms arranged. Atlantic and 1962 Tempest., Good. Cheap. Size 13 x 35. Call 3736648or person must be high school ing, rhythmical and precise,
Pacific Realtors 6660411. Economical transportation. 949-1604. graduate. Edison Center regulates Itself in intens-

633-5766. GOODYEAR SERVICE STORE ity, according to the mood we ALL FORT VALLEY
FHA-VA 1 bedroom furnished cottage. 6309 NW 7th Ave. no phone I experience. The beating of the

New'subdivision.. Only 4 27 NW 68th Terrace, lovely $75 month. Near NW 3rd Ave. calls. I II heart, maintaining the free STATE COLLEGE

remaining. 3 bedrooms, 1 3 bedroom, 2 bath, beautiful and 69th St. 7592425.CHILDCARE. I circulation of blood in our GRADUATESPlease
bath, two 4 bedroom, 2 baths. area, central heat, all mica EXPERIENCED BRAKE & 'bodies, regulates Itself by complete this form
Prices start at $17,700. Low kitchen, all utilities. $22,000. ALIGNMENT OPERATOR .rhythmical alternating con- and mail to:

down payment. Open 1 to sun- Good terms. King Realty, Inc. Must be dependable. Salary I traction and dilation.Actually, HENRY THOMPSON
set everyday. Located at 90th 'I Iof Miami, Realtor, 6932881. Antioch Kindergarten at 4770 plus commission. Start work ,j the heart beat is expressing 107th
14815 S. W.
and SW 128th Street. immediately. Edison Center Avenue
Ave. '
NW 7th Avenue, open all sum- Infinite Intelligence in its rhythmical -
Jennings Construction Corp. Beat the heat. Swimming pool, mer. Qualified teachers.Free GOODYEAR SERVICE STORE j pulsation. Miami, Florida 33158
3 bedroom 2 bath built in 6309 NW 7th Ave. no phone Furthermore there is
pick up and delivery 754- rhy-
and 2 calls please. ---- -- -
8 one bedroom apts. stove and oven,great buy.FHA 2985. I thm in every cell of our bodies.

stores. Terrific income.$49- terms. King Realty, Inc. of ,These cells are the fundamental Address----------___
500. Excellent terms. Cornerof Miami, Realtors 693-2881. Chlldcare in private nurseryand 1 units of all organisms.
3rd Avenue and NW 16th kindergarten. Will be LEGAL NOTICE They are the basis of individual -

Terrace. Bill Eisnor, Realtor Near Northshore Hospital.CBS> open this summer. Free pickup i 1 development from the Phone-------_______

661-4245. 3 bedroom, lot of extras,near and delivery. Call 6930242M. Intent to register under fic-

schools, bus, shopping. 9001 ( 16)) titious name act,

3 bedroom, 1 bath, CBS, in Coin Laundry. Good location. HOTELMOTELMaids 1043 NW 76th Street
beautiful condition. $116 For further Information call and Porters. Experi- Miami, Florida you have no experience but want to work here is
month pays all. Drive by 1710 6339206. enced. Good pay. Steady work. Richard Pittman, president an opportunity to work and learn a new trade. All you have
)0- NW 152nd Ter. Call owner for Golden Nugget Motel, 18555 Edward Hobbs, SecretaryMay to do is apply for a Job at the Employment Service office

appointment. 9496107. NEW-NEW-NEW Collins Avenue Miami Beach 23, 30, June 6, 13 listed below.
3 BEDROOMS 2 BATHS (M 16)) ((1) A Hialeah employer has a job opening for a mold maker -
3 BEDROOM 2 BATH trainee. You would learn about wall
This plaques and decorative
lovely new home with
"No qualifying" this 4 years fine features such pieces. Starting salary will be $2.00 an hour for an
young beautiful home including many as MALE LAUNDRY HELP 8 a.m. to 4:30 p.m. shift
Monday through Friday.
the lite
new day kitchen.Hood-
drapes, awnings, wall to wall ed stove, vanities plus Loaders, pullers, extractor operators. Good ((2)) No experience is needed for this job. A NW area em-
carpet, built in oven and range, many ployer has
a job opening for
man fine features. Priced at wages. Production bonus' Excellent company a bottling machine main-
plus many extras. Take over $19,500 with a 10% down pay- benefits. Paid vacation. Permanent job. Must tenance mechanic. The starting salary is $1.75 an hour
present mortgage. $4,000 for a 7 a.m. to 5 shift
men. One mortgage. Drive by be 18 Apply in' No phone p.m. Monday through Friday.
down payment. Excellent ,or over. ((3)) A local Miami
employer has a job for ,
1763 NW 55th St. Then call Findley opening a vend
terms, drive by 1059 NW73rdSt. calls please. Ask for Mr. National lag machine repairman trainee. The starting salary will

., then call Fenster Realty, 8779.Fenster Realty Broker, 759- Linen Service, 1950 NW 1st Avenue. be $2.00 an hour for a 6:30: a.m. to 3:30 p.m. shift, Mon-
Broker, 759-8779. day through Friday.

GARAGE SALE Apply for all these jobs at the Industrial office, Florida
Lovely CBS home on tremen- Clothing and all kinds of house State Employment Service, 1350 NW 12th Ave.,Room 280.
dous lot. Good for small fami-
hold goods. 770 NW 29th Ave. Employment Service offices are open from 8 a.m. to 5
ly that wants privacy. See: Help Wanted p.m. Monday through Friday.
1931 NW 88th St. $350 down. Choice
52' x 107' NW 49th St. and

East of expressway. Modern 30th Ave. $3500. Cash or Permanent employment. Salary I or commission.No BrandVacuum New
terms. Call 691-6780 for in-
We will
2 bedroom CBS, completely experience necessary. train.
furnished. FHA $450 down. Must be bondable. Drivers license helpful.

$107 month. TUBIN Realtors, Many fringe benefits. Apply in person. Cleaner
10035 NW 7th Ave. Phone: FOR RENTAn

758-4429. efficiency for middle age 600 NW 7th AVENUE 5 yr. Service. Guarantee
working man. Also room for (J6) Q SPECIAL PRICE,

3 bedrooms, 2 baths, CBS. same. Conveniently located.
FHA $350 down. $65 month. Reasonable price. To see call

Seller pays closing costs. NE 5-4805.

Ideal for family with children. HELP WANTED !18,50
Room for nice clean intelligent
Close in location. Near Alla- : -

pattah school and bus. Tubin person. $12.50 per week. /IMMEDIATE EMPLOYMENTMALE :'7 ft. hose Free Home Demonstrt 1
Realtors, 10035 NW 7th Ave. 685-5356 : Ruy tool No Obligation

hy Phone 758-4429. : Uph..... attachment easy terms
Room reasonable. Quiet sober cxt. wand *
Porters, 'full or part time. $1.60 an hour. Crevice tool
Like new.8 bedrooms,2 baths man. 6348244. Food service workers. $1.60 an hour 06251267

CBS. FHA $600 down. $114 Laundry workers II. $1.74 an hour .
month. Terrazzo floors, Room for nice lady.$12.50 per Hospital Corpsmen. $1.74 an hour. DOMESTIC, 16174 NW. 27th Aven!.

Jalousie windows,fenced yard. week. 634-5691. FEMALE:

Tubin Realtors, 10035 NW 7th Nurses aides. $1.74 hour
": Ave. Phone 758-4429., Room for rent In private home.
Laundry workers (experienced only). $1.60 an hour
,( 1824 NW 83rd St. Call 696- UNCLE

'' Ft. Lauderdale. 4 years new. 6387. APPLYiEMPLOYMENT

3 bedrooms, 2 bath, town ARTHUR'S
house. Central air conditionIng Room in private home for a OFFICE

and heated. Terrazzo clean middle age working. lady. JACKSON MEMORIAL HOSPITAL GROCERY '

floors, awning windows, built 691-0425. nOD NW lath AVENUE ,
In kitchen with very modern
fall ceiling lighting. Bank financing 2 bedroom house. Nice neigh- & SUNDRYWhere

with $3200 down and borhood. Will accept one child ..
'seller pays all closing cost. only. References required Let Us Make Your
$135 month pays all. Tubin Call 754-1452. your Patronage is appreciated and

Realtors, 10035 NW 7th Ave. LATE INCOME TAX REPORT Our Business, serving Patrons
758-4429. Room in private home.Middle 700 NW 69th STREET PHONE 691-9872
age couple or two men.Kitchen BRING YOUR TAX LETTERS TO USI : ,

2242 NW 93rd Terrace. 691-
Nice 1 bedroom for 1 2 Street757.48V ALL SIZES & SHADES
6919. 3 bedroom CBS, Den, or 1080 NW 54th _
screened porch. $15,500.Only adults. Will sell cheap. $200 LADIES HOSIERY

I $1,450 down. FHA $125 month down. $20 week.NE 5-5566.


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THE MIAMI TIMES, Friday, May 23, 1969 31 ,

A Portrait... Alumni; Ddy At Florida Memorial' College NORTH'S TRAVEL BUREAU _

Mr. S. W. Baker, executive be honored on the campus of Hughes of Jacksonville will As near to you as your
FMC LIBRARIAN IS MAN secretary of the Florida Memorial FMC May 24. The celebrationwill deliver the addresses at this telephone.WE DELIVER Give us a call.

College Alumni Association start with a luncheon at affair.A large number of former 6105 NW 7th Avenue I
OF MANY TALENTS states that all former 12:30. Mr. Otis Knowles of students are expected to Phone: 754-3517
Chas. C.North, Manager
graduates and students will St. Augustine, and Rev. J. H. attend this activity.

The students at Florida of broad experience,both as an
Memorial College must do at ,administrator and teacher.
Eagles Come To RoostIn
least three things if they are has served as librarian and an
to keep afloat on the sea of intellect instructor of library scienceat FloridaA "
no W w'-- ---
," says the head librarian Albany State College in Albany group of North Carolina Come let us in the spirit of 4 4 DAY SPECIAL"Fr1f

i Leroy Thompson. Georgia. There, it was College Alumni held an organizational our Alma Mater prepare: the
.They must read themselves his responsibility to set up a meeting at Car roost for the NCC Eagle in the Sat, Mon, Tues.
full, think themselves dry,and model practice sr.hooilibrary ver Ranches Recreation Center Sunshine State.
talk or write themselves out." for that institution. At Texas in West Hollywood onSun- NW 54th St. It is requestedthat BRAND NEW -

Thompson believes that in College located inTyler, day, April 20.As an out growth all NCC Alumni in this
reading, a people should gaina Texas, Thompson made the of this meeting the Florida area attend this meeting so 1969 AUTOMATIC
better understanding of the library the focal point of the Chapter of the North Carolina that the Florida Chapter may
contributions it has made to campus. His classes inChild- College Alumni Associationwas grow and assume an active
culture and to civilization. dren's Literature were always'over formed with the electionof role in the affairs of the
This is why the book fair at crowded.As the following persons as officers college and the various Florida
the college during National a story teller the librarian : communities. ZfC-ZA G
Library Week emphasized is without peers.He is Your individual participation : :
Wilbert T. Jenkins
books by and about the Negro. greatly In demand as an orator is needed for the successof
Ivan McCaskill vice
More than two thousand such an activity which he loves ; this new chapter which was NOW ONLY
president Edith Lewis
books were on public displayand and .does well. Thompson is ; ssc- inaugurated to cultivate and
were later added to the anxious to tell the Florida Memorial retary; James secretary T.Hawkins and ,assistant maintain friendships among $ 195

Negro collection of the col College library storyto Jenkins treasurer.; MaryA. alumni of NCC who now reside
lege. the people of Dade County, in the State of Florida and to r EASY
the State of Florida, and the The next meeting of the organization promote the welfare of North TERMS!
world. will be held at 2:30 Carolina College and ib'

Thompson Is a member of p.m. Sunday,June 1st at 1749 Alumni.

4 many national and local pro-
fessioal organizations He
S works well with the Improvement
3 4 of the college library. Buttonholes "REPAIR SPECIAL"
Due to his inspiration, a new .Satin Stitch / a. CtowtN TmltitCkiokWiriM I
MADAM KAY Mint/ $ 5O
organization, Florida Memorial .MtndinflDoming
College Library Association Mjmt' ltd ,.ti .. J mILe
was formed under the A GIFTED ..SPIRITUAlISTREADER Back Tacking felM MioUM MITkipet
.Sews on Buttons l. |Ukriuta Mot*
leadership of Mrs.Andel Mic- AND ADVISOR .Blind Hemming Come in or call for
kens and Dr. Susie Holley. .Straight Stitching service in your home

4 This group contributed$1,000 Guaranteed to help. Advice on all problemslove -. .Sews ovor Pint _________. ... T .

ll April during 20 National through Library April Week 26 to, marriage, courtship, business transac- COME IN OR CALL FOR

underwrite the purchase of tions. Help find loved ones and lost articles. FREE HOME DEMONSTRATIONCall

books by and about the Negro Guaranteed help. She succeeds where others

LEROY THOMPSON that were displayed In the li have failed. She gives you lucky days and 625-1261 or 625-41161

Head Librarian brary. The Miami Chapter of lucky numbers. Blessed oil and lucky charmsfor -
this same group made a contribution the home. From 9 to 9 daily. 1BBEY DOMESTIC SEWING CENTER
Thompson aims to make the of four new type
1&114 N. W. 27th AVE., OPALOCKAWE
Florida Memorial College library writers to the library. NW 7th Avenue
the citadel of blackcul- The library was flooded with 688-9178 11601 ARE A MEMBER OF THE INDEPENDENT SEWING
ture in America, one which telephone calls after an article
even surpasses the Schomburg by Peggy Blanchard which ...
Collection in New York. appeared in the January 31,
The widely read father of 1969 issue of the Miami
three is a graduate Atlanta's Herald. ,The calls even increased Register Now h _AND OPENINBIIIBASIN
Morehouse College with a B.S. after an article by Dr. OTC -
in biology. His Masters of Fred Shaw appeared in the For Speech
Science in Library Sciencewas Sunday Book Review, columnof And Drama
obtained at Atlanta University .
the same publication.A
A considerableamount generous contribution Camp 977 N.W. 17 Are Ft. La.

of work towards the made by the Greater Miami
Registrations are being accepted SOUTH FLORIDA'S LARGEST SOUL
done at
Ph.D. degree was Section of The National Council for the Third Annual
Western Reserve Universityin of Jewish Women to be used
Cleveland, Ohio, and at for the Florida Memorial Speech and Drama Camp sponsored Division
by the Preparatory
Syracuse University in Syra- College Book Fund, and Mrs. of the University of Miami
cuse New York. also made a
Milton Margulis
School of Music which begins MAY 24t-h
Mr. Thompson is a librarian contribution toward the fund. June 16 and runs four

weeks. DOOR $480
Miami Ads Don'f Cost Students from 8 through 14 ADV.I3ST
will study voice and diction, PERSONEDDIE

They PaySaler ,,oral interpretations of prose
and poetry, creative drama,
body movement and music for

The classes from 9:30 a.m.

bl agreatII to 2:30 p.m. dally are designed
to enrich the students' artistic
development and to
awaken an interest in the creative 'd' t TVI GOT TO HAVI TOUR IOVI" "NIVII FOUND A HI"

Program is coordinated by
Mrs. Josephine Johnson, assistant

1 professor of speech. riiFLOYD
For further information, call

2842304.the Preparatory Division,

Membership ? RECORDING
.Sat N5'4/ %f
{ Campaign DriveIn ORCHESTRA

Op a-locks
'' Plus
concerned with the
Are you
J ...
times we live In? With this BETTY WRIGHT
question in mind, you are Invited
to a Membership Campaign
: meeting sponsored by
BW the Qpa-locka branch NAACP, THE' JOEY

(So buy a great deal: the new Citroen) Monday, May 26, 7:30 p.m. at SWAMPPEOPLE
In the Mt. Herman AMEChurch, THElST. GILMORE
Popular SCience called Citroen, "one of the safest luspenslonpS cars 2245 Bunche Park West Dr., BA
World."They had load reasons! Hydropneumatic Front-wheel drive Opa-locka. and hisMARK
- Citroen level and perfectly balanced.
_for adhering traction. Front disc brakes-for lureL.istrlliht. There will be an open discussion Go-Go AL & II

II 1M worked In all, there are you could play saf.ty It sfeaafe.. on the problem that JACKIE
men these out-so that recently occurred at the Miami GIRLS BANDJOE

Dade Junior College.Rep-
Monaco Motors resentatives from the student ,
1101 H.W. body will voice their views FISHER and CROWN PRINCE MC'S
i9i-3510 ,
RES. and of the enterrelationships
PHONE it 758-0931 opinions -,. .._....._.... .
existing on cam


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