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Place of Publication: Miami, Fla.
Publication Date: June 20, 1969
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FLA. HISTORY r-alnesv .lie, 'Fi'132601

School Board Backs

Down On Edison SiteThe r r ..

County School The new school, Dr. Stolle Three weeks ago the board

Board this week took the ad- said, would draw away many had directed its staff to acquire -

vice of the Florida School Desegregation white students, thus turning the property, along NE

Consulting Cen- Edison into an all black or pre 4th Ave. between 87th and 91st TEMPORA MUTANTUR ET NOS MUTAMUR IN ILLB
ter and backed down on its re- dominantly black school. St., for an Edison High relief. t
cent decision to build a new .Vol. 46, No. 43 FRIDAY, JUNE 20, 1969Miami's
high school to relieve Miami

Edison in an all-white middle First Black FinishesUM
class community far from the Model City Gets OK

black students.
Law SchoolJohn NBC CongressI

The Board rescinded its de- With Warning' ;
cision to condemn 24 acres of
I Miami For
58th Street with his wife, Myrna -
land in the Village of El Por-
and two John and Vin-
sons, <
tal and Miami Shores for use
Model City
cent. He is the son-in-law of program
as the school site. City Commissioner M.Athalie 1969 SessionChristian got the green light in

Range. Mr Lee received the Atlanta Monday when regional 4t qP

The board's action came B. in chemistry from education leaders officials put their temporary JLJt
session stamp of approval on the$65.9
during an emergency Knoxville College inKnox- and workers are here this
and was based on the recom- ville, Tennessee and was elec- week from every town and million plan, of which $9.6

mendation of Dr. Michael J. ted to the Beta Kappa Chi hamlet of the 'deen south and million will come from Uncle t o,

Stolle, head of the Center.Dr. Scientific Honor Society andWho's from Sam.But
large metropolitan
3d+ d every
at the same time Dade
Who in American Col-
city of the North attend-
Stolle told the board he leges and Universities. He is ing the National Baptist Con- County officials were warned
had been informed today by vice-president of the Beta The "you gotta do right".Regional
gress. precongressmusical
the U. S. DepartmentofHealth Beta Lambda Chapter of Alpha will be June 16,in the officials were not entirely
Education and Welfare that it Phi Alpha fraternity and is the Dinner Key auditorium. The happy with the entire programand

would be difficult to comply first black man to be InitiatedInto sessions will con plan to keep a watchdogeye
with the 1964 Civil Rights Act the Cardozo Senate of Del- tinue through Sunday June 22. on the project to make sure . ..
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by putting a school in the all ta Theta Phi Legal Fraternity. that the people and not the GORDON JOHNSON

white community.He Errol Lee was grad- He was also a member of the One of the week's county have the final say as
uated and received the Juris Law School Speakers Council activities highlight the ad- to what they feel is best for Hospital, only hospital in the
was keynote
also based: his recom- Doctor degree from the Uni- and the International Law Society dress of Dr. Horatio Hill their community. Model City area, in the over-

mendation on findings that a versity of Miami Law Schoolon Dean of the Congress.S.Music, Aspects of the plan criticized all health plan Is another partof
in ceremonies heldat Lee to take were the school board's the plan under attack.
new high school in that area June 8 presently plans for the entire session is directed -
would have an adverse effecton the Miami Beach ConventionHall. the examinations for ad- adoption of an anti-school Barbara Whitaker, repre-
by Mr. Robert Brad-
Miami Edison, nowconsidered He is the first black per- mission to the Florida Bar in assisted fine dropout campaign which was sentative of the Departmentof
racially well-balanced, son to be graduated from that September and thereafter to be ley, by a groupof planned without discussionswith Health, Education and Welfare -
singers from around the
with about 35 per cent black school. affiliated with a local law the Model City Govern- warned that the govern-
Lett Doxon
country. Mrs. E.
enrollment. Mr. Lee resides at 1620 NW firm. ing Board. The school board ment will tighten up on the requirement -
and Mr. Thomas H. Shelby was also criticized for reducing that projects for the

provides the piano and organ the amount of money it area must be approved by the

Adam BeatsTheSystemWith accompaniment.Dr. plans to use for Primary C Model City governing board.
J. H. Jackson brought school for Head Start children No public or private agency
greetings on Thursday fol- and those in the elementary will get federal money for a
grades. project that doesn't have that
only one dissentingvote M1 rt preme Court decision which lowed by the annual addressof The exclusion of Christianorroll approval. t:
that of Justice Potter rest 0 red",his faith inthe Dr. Edward A. Freeman,, :1 1G4PJjt
stewart, the Supreme Court three branches of government'Relaxing '' President ofx,the congress.

ruled Monday that the Houseof in the fantail of a '
is Youth The Trial
Representatives had yacht off the coast of this island Friday Day. July 28'1The
Youth parade and rally will
no right to deny Adam Clayton retreat, Powell said he
be Friday afternoon. Then apagent
Powell his seat in March 1967. was very pleased that the court
trial of Metro Commis-
will be presented in the
Chief Justice Earl Warren decided the House had no right
Dinner Key auditorium in the sioner Earl Carroll and attorney -
delivered the majority opin to bar him. :
evening session directed by Sy Chadroff has been
ion. On the question that the "It means that the judicial ;
Mmes. Pauline Campbell, set for July 28 by Criminal
court may be inviting a clash branch of government has re-
writer of the pagent and Mrs. court Judge Carling Stedman.
with Congress, he said it was established itself as one of the
Grace B. Taylor, who will direct Stedman refused to dismiss
the tribunal's "responsibU1ty" three branches of government
4 the music. charges of soliciting a bribe
to act. instead of being secondary7he
-- :conspiring to solicit a
The decision from the Su- expel members by a two- said. "It is not Importantthat The Board of Directors of bribe against the two after a

preme Court has brought some thirds vote but could not denya I won. It is the American the pagent; body will meet Wednesday 4 1/2 hour hearing last Friday.A .
angry comments, but little in- seat to a member who met people who have a stake in morning at St. John of
battery Attorneys representing -
dication Congress will retaliate the three constitutional quali- this." Baptist Church. The Congress Chadroff argued

against the high tribunal fications of age,residency and Powell who had been in the Board will meet Saturday. Dade grand Juries are uncon-
for two weeks
citizenship. Bahamas gaveno
stitutional and the indictments
Chief Justice Earl Warren Powell, clad In white ber- indication when he would -
returned April 1 against Chad flrmative votes
'made the distinction between"exclusion" muda shorts and knee socks, return to Washington but did cision) is a mandate to go back needed. It Is
roff and Carroll are invalid. easier to indicted in
and "expulsion". when hearing of the news said say: and see what they(Congress) get Dade ,
He said the House could even he felt vindicated by the Su- "I do think this (the de- are going to do." They based their argumentson County than any other county,
Dade grand Juries consist- he said.

ing of 23 members while other The state argued that deter-

grand Juries throughout the mining sizes of grand Juriesis

state are made up of 18 mem- a legislative function.

bers. Both types require 12 Criminal Court Judge Carling

affirmative votes to indict a Stedman agreed and denied the

person. defense motion.

Defense attorney Angus Stephens Stedman also denied a request '

said if the Legislature by defense attorneys to

raised the amount of grand be provided with the numberof

!! Jurors for Dade, it should also grand Jurors who had votedto
have raised the number of af- Indict Chadroff and Carroll.

NAACP To Organize Black

# ;A- a" d i'Pt Housing Producers .

Pa1' \
ST. PETERSBURGMain interested in the production of

speaker at the Florida NAACP housing for low income fami-

Conference to organize black lies to consult with experts in

: housing producers at the Parliament the field and FHA officials on

1' House in Orlando, ways and means of Implementing -

June 21 will be Dr. James A. various sections of the

Bax, administrative assistantto 1968 Housing Act. The dele-

Governor Claude R. Kirk, gates will Include, among

Jr. and a promoter of "Oper- others, the state's leading

ation Breakthrough"; a HUD black contractors, developers -

: program to provide decent insurance men brokers,
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housing for low and moderate managers, ministers, attorneys \

Miami Vice Mayor David T. Kennedy presented of Stars" hotels and local civic groups under the income families. civic leaders and hous-
from the Vietnam vet- The conference, first of its ing experts.
Scrolls of Friendship City to
auspices I of "Operations Florida Sunshine"Miami I kind in the nation,will bring Marvin Davies, NAACP
erans visiting I from Fort Benning I Ga. The men are together some 150 Negroes

spending the weekend in Miami as guests of "Shower Metro Department of Publicity & Tourism photo who are actively engaged in or Continued on page 3


2 THE MIAMI TIMES, Friday, June 20, 1969

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Black Publishers Meet In PhoenixThe

National Newspaper Classified Selling"; "How to Carrier LeadersMp, a very nalism student currently in
GLORIA MILLER Publishers Association, in its Build A Presentation"; "Our popular resource book school. She is Miss Jean An-

__..u__ ___________11I ------------ 29th annual convention June thony, the School of Journalism -
There are many places it a road test No, he protested 18-21, 1969 In Phoenix, will at the University of Georgia
where women are not welcomed I didn't have to ride with hear Julian Bond,representative The Association's schol-
But, the mostsacred- him. Upon his return,I eagerly of the G e o r g i a Legislature r arship foundation is automa-
I have Just found out Is an awaited his verdict. He Hugh Downs, host of the tically contributed to by member -
automobile fix it place, com- avoided me and went over to "Today" Show on NBC TV;Art papers: and grants from
monly called a garage.Be that the other mechanics where, in Linkletter, television star and f other interested individualsor
as it may, the welcome mat the way of all men, it seems, host of "The House Party" on business enterprises.
is definitely not in view whena they went into a huddle.could CBS TV; William P. Reilly, On the lighter side, NNPA
woman drives into a garage. see theywerepuz zled.Fin president of the Arizona conventioneers will be feted by
The men in charge take on a ally, he came over to where I Public Service Commissionalso considerable hosts. The edu-
glassy stare and,although they was standingand said very chairman of the Phoenix cational highlight of the entire
try not to be too obvious about sheepishly, that indeed the car Hum:,n Rights Commissionand ; convention will be a side tripon
this, choose by two out of three did Joggle, wiggle and go zar- Jonathan Marshall,Editor / Saturday,June 21,by charter -
who should take care of the romp, and more than likely Publisher of the Scottdale Ari- plane to the Grand Canyon,
lady. The loser ambles over to this meant that something was zona Daily Progress wMN I considered by many to be the
the car. He very politely asksif wrong with the transmission. greatest of the seven wondersof
he can be of service.That's If I would leave the car with NNPA will buckle down to the world primarily because
the last of the amenities. It is ''him, he would call me and let serious business for such professional JULIAN BOND RONALD HOLLOWELLThe this incredible! and majestic
uncanny how their powers of me know exactly what was discussions as; chasm is the only one that is
understanding vanish com-, wrong. Having no choice,left "Competing for CirculationDollars" Future m Communications"; highlight of the convention created entirely by natural
pletely, as soon as, any lady the car, and bussed it home.A ; "A NewLookatNCNW and "Staging a Profitable Ex- will be NNPA's annual forces. The publishers will
tries to explain what is wrong few hours later, I receivedthe position". awards banquet at which time return to phoenix that eveningto
with her car. call. He was very explicitin Four The circulation discussionwill member newspapers will be enjoy a dude ranch cookout
For example,I very patient telling me all the hours he Seasons Tea be lead byC.K,(Ken)Jef- cited in the various categoriesof with Mexican entertainment.
ly related to this mechanic how had spent searching for the ferson a 44-year veteran newspaper publishing. John H. Murphy, in, Presi-
my car was acting up. Every ailing parts in my transmis- The National Council of Negro newspaper man. He is the Moreover, six people will be dent of the Afro-American
time I speeded up, the rear sion, all to no avail. Women of Greater Miami former circulation managerof presented the coveted Russ- Newspapers is President of
end Joggled, then it went wig- Finally, he said, he openedthe will hold their annual Four the Des Moines Iowa Regis- wurm Awards for public ser- NNPA; Edward Banks, pub-
gling a bit, and finally,it madea trunk of my car. He had Season Tea June 29 at 4 p.m. ter & Tribune, and the founderof vice. In addition NNPA will lisher of the Arizona Tribune,
noise as If it were going over found the culprit. Sunday's at the beautiful and spacious the Institute of Carrier award its annual scholarship Phoenix, is the official convention -
a wash board. Now if that fishing gear used by the kids home of Mr. and Mrs. J, H. Leadership which provides grant, which is co: sponsoredby host;Frank L.Stanley,
wasn't clear, Idon'tknowwhatelse over the weekend had inadvertently Barkley, 3095 NW 52nd St. professional training classes Coca-Cola Company. publisher of the Louisville
I could have told him. He spilled out of the A unique program is planned and training plus sales pro- Ronald G, Hollowell, who Is a Defender Newspaper is the
scratched his head and askedif fishing box. The Joggle was the and food representing the too" motion material in print.He Is ranking graduate of Robert Convention Director. NNPA
I would explain it over again.I metal box hitting against the seasons of the year will be the director of international Rogers Toledo, OhioI igh will next meet in Las Vegasin
didn't vary in my story.Well, spare tire; the wiggle sensa- served please Join us for this Circulation Managers Asso- School will come to Phoenixat January 1970 and will hold
now, he said, let's put it up tion was the bait can rolling affair ciation and the founder of the the invitation of NNPA to its 30th annual convention at
on the rack. Okay by me so from side to side;and the zar- Mrs. Cornelia Glenn is Newspaper in the Classroom receive his grant in person. the place of its founding, Chi-
up on the rack it went.Once up, romping was the lead weights president. movement. He is the author of NNAP already has one jour- cago, Illinois next June.
he touched a piece of metal rolling forward and backwards ----
and clanked it against another inside the trunk.
piece of metal. Is that how it Oh, I said, well, what about DORSEY CLASS OF '49
sounded? I could tell imme- the transmission. Was it all We are having a very im-
diately that he had never seen right? He assured me that it portant business meeting at
the likes of a washboardwhat was, and told me to pick up the the home of Helen Jane Oliver
washboard went clank? A zar- car, as soon as, I could man- 1835 NW 57th St. Phone NE 5-
romp was a more likely sound age to get down there, and 2874.
and I again told him how the also suggested that I get a new
car Joggled, wiggled and zar- fishing box with a sturdy lockon is the deadline for
romped. it. I picked up the car and all donations and final plans : @J
for our Please :
waved gaily to the men who,
Patiently, be lowered the when they saw me, retreatedto and let us know what your Tji :
car and told me he had togive the rear of the garage' wishes are : :
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Adams Testimonial Dinner Willie Sims Gets 20 Years For AssaultWillie I

Oa June 27, a testimonial Larry King, radio, TV and
dinner will be held in honorof newspaper personality will be Sims Jr.was convicted Judge 0. Edgar Williams mar field in March. He could Sims' companions for a ride
Neal Adams for his twenty the master of ceremonies and last Thursday ofassault withheld sentencing until Aug. have received the death pen- home
five years of community ser- State Attorney General Earl with intent to commit rape bya 21. Sims' attorney Indicatedthe alty if convicted on the origi- Earlier Thursday, thecom-
vice to Dade County Faircloth will be the guest Circuit Court Jury in Fort conviction would be ap nal charge of rape. plainant took the stand and
The affair is being held at speaker. Lauderdale The four- man pealed. The girl, an attractive 17- identified both Sims and Danny
the Dupont Plaza Hotel with Anyone wishing to attend eight-women jury did not recommend Sims, leader of the Black year-old who wore her hair in (Red Dog) Green as having assaulted -
cocktails being served from may call 758-6738 for tickets. mercy making a 20- Brothers for Progress,a Lib an Afro-cut, said she had beena her.
6:30 to 7:30 p.m. and dinner Donations are $10 per person. year sentence mandatory. erty City communityactiongroup virgin before the incident. Sims had taken the stand
and program immediately formed during last She testified she had been earlier in the trial to admit that
lowing. year's racial disturbancesthere with friends at a Liberty City he had had sexual intercourse
was accused of rapinga drive-in late on the evening with the girl but said it was
TEACHER AT Randolph Named 17-year-old girl in a Mira- March 1 and had asked one of "with her consent."

Edwards, 1340 NW State Director of International
95th St., Miami a teacher of
mathematics at Miami EdisonSr. ...

High School, has been selected Thespian Societyrectors \
to participate in the six-

week National Science Foundation within region 15 which
Summer Institute for jun- comprise the states of South '
ior high school teachers of Carolina, North Carolina, : t ?; :' .
mathematics at State Univer- Georgia and Florida. Jay Jen- -1-
sity of New York College at son, also of the Dade County 'y : ; r rT

Potsdam. 4 A.Mk Schools, was elected Regional
Director .
NAACP TO ORGANIZE f Randolph will be working

BLACK HOUSING with senior high schools in +. I
Continued from page 1 Florida, both white and black
Field Director, organizer and whose drama groups are
promoter of the proposed members of the International
Florida Housing Producers Thespian Society. .
Association said that this con r 1 Randolph has been teachingin
ference will finalize the organizational Dade County since 1958 I II
stages of the new when he joined the faculty of I

Association. What we need to --- North Dade High School, later I I
do after this conference is to JAMLo B. hAn )OLPH transferring to Southwest. r w+ I
start putting whereit teacher directing credits have been
pressure James B.Randolph,a -
belongs. We need a piece of in the Dade County School impressive at both schools and
the $85 billion housing indus- System, has been elected in the community. Currentlyhe
try action now. We also needto Florida State Director of is a member of the boardof
start exerting control over Drama for the International directors of the Secondary
communities and their hous- it Theatre Association. In addition -
Thespian Society, was announced
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ing and job creating enter- this week. Randolph he holds membership in
A West native and the brother of Miamian honored
prises need. If we don't do it currently working as a mem- the National Education Asso- Key a was last month
ciation President Nixon. The occasion the 23rd Annual Honors Awards Cere-
now we will continue to be ber of curriculum writing Florida Education by was
poor and holding the bag. team developing the course for sociation and the Dade County mony of the U. S. Department of Agriculture held in the Sylvan Theatre in

This session will begin at 10 Negro. History and culture for Classroom Teachers Association Washington. Dr. Alfred L. Edwards, Deputy Assistant Secretary for Rural De-
a.m. and is open to anyone who all Dade County Schools, is In the latter organi- velopment and Conservation, was given the distinguished Service Award for
is interested in the of the zation he has served as chair-
goals drama instructor atSouthwest exceptional leadership and effectiveness in coordinating Departmentwideprograms
NAACP and the proposed as- Miami Senior High School He twill man and member of various and views into converted effort
committees. he is bringing together divergent a parti-
Presently a
sociation. be of four state diFai'r
one. -
member of the Professional cularly in programs effecting quality of environment, youth, and rural economic

Rights and Responsibilities development. Dr. Edwards is the brother of Ebenezer Edwards, a Dade

and Sub-Discipline Committees County junior high school teacher and Irene Edwards a recent Northwestern graduate. ,I II
He has been president of ,I
the Da4.e County Speech .\
Teachers Association and the I

and Drama Associa- 1

graduated from
Florida A&M and Western Re- '
serve Universities where be BONDED .. !

received the A.B.and Mas- .
ter's degress. He has written :/

many articles on theatre, RENTAL '
one of which he coauthoredwith 1 4
)bis wife Gloria. _
Randolph lives in Northwest ..;:lIiIII
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Miami with his wife and three AGENCY .- -. ; .
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Housing Group Helps Blacks

Editor, person or family is looking rates
The Southwest Fair Housing for; ((2) follow after the real lutvc gone down A fleet of cars and collectors give door to door service for
Group is a group of housewives home-hunter (by pre-ar- eleven times tenants convenience
all white except for our rangement or on request) to Since 1957
chairman, who want to aid the see if the landlord or seller A community" recreation center for teenagers and adults "rent
free, furnished and air conditioned for comfort and
process of integration in housing. , I telling everyone the same In these inflationary times, your enjoyment.
seldom realize what
we a
What can we do? Prob- .terms; (3) arrange to be present great bargain flameless A public relations deportment to assist you with your problems.
ably nothing, unless we can.,, at open model homes when electric Is. Actually the
Tenants will .
work together directly with black people are inquiring average price per kilowatt concern
black people who are lookingfor about them; (4)) talk over hour paid by FPL-served ARE DUE IN ADVANCEWE
better housing and who prices, hidden costs of buyingor families today is onethirdless
for and of living than it was in 1957.
can it. renting, aspects -
Some pay in with It's the biggest bargain in SUGGEST THAT YOU PAY AT OFFICE, IN PERSON OR BY MAIL
members and friendsof our areas, people
your budget. Snap it up! ,
this group live in the following who are Just considering mov-
areas: Village Green,Mil ing; (5) Open our own homes :f
ler Drive near Galloway,South for a mini-tour to families in- cc "
Miami, the Palmetto area,and interested in visiting our neighborhoods A 'n.9 4150 NW 7th Avenue 759-8733
the Kendall area. Flagler and discussing the f
Street is the northern bound- costs of buying or renting in 14255 NW 22nd Avenue, Opa-locko MU 8-06i7

ary of the entire area which them. 20848 South Dixie Hwy., Cutler RidgeCE 5-3553
the group can cover. For black people already
Rents begin around$135 per looking in white areas, we 605( NW 7th Terrace, Ft. Lauderdale JA 4-3357

month for apartments. Homes think we could save some time I It. 3801 GronJ Avenue, Grove HI 5-1381

being built in tracts are now and help changesomeatti- 512 NW 1st Ave., Hollondale WA 7-2434
covered by the Federal Fair tudes. For those who are just
Housing Law of 1968. Most talking it over, we caD establish "f't t. 339 Homm other houses twill be covered some acquaintance with J ;
by January 1 of 1970. white families who want inte- $fi 't '" ,1 w;.;:'.';, /1 HON. L. L. BROOKS, President
We think we might help in gration, and answer questions (' : ;,/ ,>A>;t''fI
GEORGE P. HARTH General Manager
the following ways, working about money and living condi ,
with specific persons or families tions.If CHARLES A. LOCKHART, Public Relations Director
: you have comments or arehomehunting =

(1) Make a list of homes or and might 6674951or like Nc.e..ow.---S-U.NI..-- . I11 am to enjoy a better life, others moll liv* better too." L. L. BraohsNeal
to work with call
apartments available in our us,
r areas, according to what the 274-0150.


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4 HE MIAMI TIMES, Friday, June 20, 1969

... .u... J. '" ... ProfilesOf
Black tTo Be Equal

J I t111 iMle

CourageThe by Whitney H. Young-:Jt.ExecutlreD .' !

6530 NW 15th Ave., Miami, Flo. 33147 Phon" 691.0421 !
Hon. Mayor Carl st okes of Cleveland, Ohio Is the firs .>re Urbaltt.eriiue
H. E. SIGISMUND REEVES Editor and Publisher
and he was
black man to serve the city of Cleveland Mayor; i
GARTH C. REEVES$, Managing Editor
the first black democrat to be elected to the Ohio legislature.It .

National Advertising Representative was-while-serving his second The Black Businessman"Black I

Amalgamated Publishers, Inc. term as a member of the
310 Madison Avenue, New York, N. Y. 10017
Member of the National Newspaper Publishers Association Ohio House of representativesthat capitalism" was a phrase used during the Presi. \'
2400 Michigan Avenue, Chicago, III. 60616 he decided to run for dentlal campaign that brought to mind the picture of black \
Mayor of Cleveland, and when of corporations. It
men guiding the destinies giant was such a i
he won the election he resigned of and so out of
SUBSCRIPTION RATES stirring phrase, so full promise touch with 3
ONE YEAR $5.00 SIX MONTHS $3.00 FOREIGN $6.00 from the State Legislature '
November 1967. Eight months .
Entered Second Class Matter 8 1927 the Post
as August at
after his election on July 23
Office at Miami, Florida, under the act of March 8, 1876 1968 in, bring economic power to blackbusinessmennor see any. )
disturbance errupted
to indicate that the situation for small black-owned
thing '
"CREDO OF THE NEGRO PRESS" the Glenvllle area of the city,
businesses is improving at anything near the rate needed. i
The NEGRO PRESS believes that America can best lead claiming the lives of three The "typical" black businessman, or "black capitalist" if
the world from racial and national antagonism when It accordsto white policemen, seven clvi-
every man regardless of his race, creed or color his human lans and wounding 15 others.It you want to use that phrase,operates a small service or retail
and legal rights. Hating no man, fearing no mon..the Negro took all the courage he could shop in the ghetto. He does a business of under $20,000 per
Press strives to help every man In the firm belief that all men show well the year and his profit is just a fraction of that.Oniy .
possibly as as
are hurt as long as anyone Is held back. ability to communicate with one In.fifty businesses in the country is owned by ai Ne-

--- A proportion of them are family enterprises with
those in the ghetto and the gro. large ,
"know-how" of making deci- CARL B. STOKES no employees, and only a handful employ more than 10 work-

Good TV Program OnBad TimeThe sins for the best of all con-
cerned to keep his 'cool' and handle the situation in a rea- ers.So It is obvious that the answer to the ghetto's employment

sonable manner. He had learned of this hatred of black extremists problems, cannot rely mainly on expecting black-owned busi-

Miami Times joins with thousands of other Dade Coun- for white policemen and guardsmen who had been nesses tohlre people.Public service employment' expanded -

tlans in praising the airing of "Black Heritage: A History of brought into the area during the violence,sohe replaced them public and private training and hiring programs are needed.
Afro-Americans" on channel 4 CBS Television network. with Negro officers to avoid further bloodshed.A But that also means greater efforts should be made to

The first few segments of the 108 balf-hourseriesof report, "The Stokes Administration-first year report, strengthen the ghetto's economy by helping to develop black-

Black Heritage has definitely served the purpose of filling a 1968," lists his many worthwhile accomplishments during the owned businesses.As .

void that has been lacking for many years in the teaching of year. Noteworthy of mention is his Cleveland; NOW program
history of the black man in this country. which was launched in May 1968 with unprecedented cooperation the above figures show, many such businesses are In
of all citizens. Thousands of youth and adults are involvedIn trouble. Many owners don't have the capital toexpand, insur-
Naturally, there has been some critics of the program. No the various projects which are a part of Cleveland: NOW! rance is still hard to come by, and bank loans, especially in

one can write a history on any subject, of any people, on any This is in accord with his general aim to work for the peopleas this time of tight credit, are even harder to get.

country that will meet the approval of everybody.Black Heritage well as with the people in all areas of city government to Credit and insurance are among the prime needs for small
' has served a purpose, and If itdoes no more than createan establish good human relations. Only as recently as June 1969 businessmen. Often they are considered "poor risks" and

opportunity for black people to produce,promote and stage (at the writing of this) when he was being attacked by some can't get the backing they need. When Insurance companies

other documentaries of this type, it has served a noble pur- persons (white) who oppose him as mayor, especially since decided some drivers were "poor risks" and dropped their

pose. he has stated that he will run again, Carl Stokes made the insurance, sonje states created Insurance pools to Insure them,

Our only criticism of the show is the time It is aired on following comment: "I will not be intimidated or blackmailedby the risk being shared by all the companies.The .

channel 4 -- 6:15 to 6:45 each weekday morning. This is defi- Jim Stanton. Relocation housing or housing for low incomeis same principle can bold in small business loans and

nitely not prime time, and we are afraid many of the people vital to this city. The need for housing for the poor and elderly insurance. Pools of banks and Insurance companies can be set

who should be seeing this program are missing it because of persons has my highest priority." up with federal backing to help small businesses.
the screening time. Whatever the outcome of this coming mayoral campaign, the A training or advisory component can be built into this, so
Hon. Carl Stokes is now making a page in the Negro history that owners marginal business can have access to sound
Wouldn't it be great if this program could be aired on Journal
prime time so that everybody could see it and learn more mayor of Cleveland who knows how to communicate with federal farm agents, why can't urban businessmen have the

about the black man? all the citizens of his city. He is also trying hard to meet the same access to similar help? Farmers get subsidies too, why

needs of all in the best way. This began with his November can't minority businessman in poverty areas get special as.

1967 inaugural ball which produced $130,000 for clothing for sistance, perhaps in the form of favorable tax treatment, as
Spare Us Judge Carswell needy Cleveland children. well?

i Looking briefly into his biography, we find that Carl Stokes The Small Business Administration has a major role to play.It .

Black Floridians are perplexed no end due to the pending was a"drop-out" who after becoming a "drop-in" completedhis should be given adequate resources and its top priority
high school education in the Army of Occupation_ Ger- should be to develop minority-owned businesses.
elevation of U. S. District Court Judge Harold Carswell to the
many. Following his honorable discharge from the Army he But if
Fifth Circuit Court of Appeals.No appointment could be worse. black-owned businesses are to serve only ghetto
entered Cleveland Marshall Law School and received a LLB communities, then they are doomed to remaining small-scale

Ever since his appointment to the district court by former Degree He practiced law with his brother in the firm of enterprises with little Impact on the total economy. In addi.

President Eisenhower in 1958, Judge Carswell has evidenceda Stokes and Stokes, until 1958 when he was appointed Assis- tion to black people investing in and supporting their own en.

strong bias against black people asserting civil cases than tant City Prosecutor.He served four years and then was elected terprises, there is also a role for corporate America.

,'any other federal judge in Florida during his tenure as a dis- to the Ohio Legislature from which he resigned while serv- When you read about a major corporation getting a multimillion .
trict ing his second term -- when he became of Cleveland .
judge. mayor dollar contract to build a bridge or to develop an airplane
His life is a full one, and he is dedicated to serving his city it doesn't mean that company gets it all. It will sub-
Black civil rights leaders,and particularly the state and national for the highest good of all; and although he has little time to aspects of the order. Large corporations have to give priority

' NAACP officials, feel that Judge Carswell's per- spend with his wife and children Carl Jr. 10 and Cordi 7, to to placing such orders with black-owned businesses.Too .

formance as a district judge raises grave doubts about his them the Hon. Mayor Carl Stokes is the greatest. . many large companies ignore this, although it can be
willingness to apply the law fairly on behalf of black citizens of
great importance to them and to the economy. That's why
violations of their civil rights.
claiming the Urban
Leagues of some cities have sponsored Supplier'sFairs

The former U. S. Attorney from Tallahassee is definitelya I Facts Not Fiction I to bring white and black businessmen together so that
they can find out each other.
, segregationist and practically all his rulings have been more about what they can
,hostile in civil rights cases. LEON J. ELL One such Fair is scheduled in New York,at the Brooklyn Navy


The Court of Appeals for the Fifth Circuit has a heavy ISM, ITS OBJECTIVESAND, ITS IMPLICTION TO THE Our hope is that major companies can tell minority businessmen

caseload of civil rights cases and no reasonable decisionscan STATUS OF THE AMERICAN NEGRO. what their needs are,and can learn about the range of

be expected from Judge Carswell. Let us hope that the What the people of Israel accomplished In the past twenty potential suppliers that exist in the black community.By bringing -

Senate Judiciary Committee will spare us his services. one years has been often and repeatedly described by Jewish these two groups together, we might be able to increase
and non-Jewish visitors to Israel as miraculous. Actually It the present inadequate flow of orders from rich corporate

was not a miracle but the result of strenuous and concen- America to minority businessmen.

:Police and Community Interaction trated efforts on the part of the Jews In Israel to develop
their land agriculturally and industrially
.. ... as. speedily. as DOSelVtlA -
_. .Tt. 4 n1r4% t ij% AU A .IAU.A AL-L-* *
Program '" w aww u uo uiai
the United States wiuiuui we neip 01 wona Jewry and of democracy in the vast expanse of the Middle Eastern politi-
Israel could not have accomplished as much cal desert. It maintains the same democratic form that we in
as she did. The
help received from
One of the better packages to come out of the Model City Zionist Jews of the both Zionist and non- the United States have learned to revere and cherish despitethe
world could be
program is the Police and Community Interaction Program to Zionist because of love attributed to, firstly, the feudalistic and dictatorial neighboring Arab states.Israelis
of the
coordinate a special police training program. lical prophecies well and the fulfillment of Bib- the safest, most reliable military base in the Middle East
as the
as desire
The program will be similar to special sensitivity training and from the non-Zionist for self-development, that the Western Powers have in that part of the world without
a vindication
efforts which have been conducted in the police training programs Semitic allegations through the against the anti- having to maintain one soldier at their expense. In Israel the

of a few major cities. The primary objective is to Im- only entrepreneus and live on the labor centuries of others that the Jews are United States specifically has the most reliable and depen-
police-community relations better ; that the Jews dable military
prove by fostering a under- were military cowards ( outPOSt
standing, on the part of police officers and ghetto area resi- that Jews served valiantly notwithstanding and with the records that show On this Twenty-first anniversary of its existence, Israel

dents, of each other's roles, attitudes and points of view. This armies of the world during the centuries distinction in various needs and deserves the help and understanding of all good peo-

understanding should bring greater trust, confidence and sup proven themselves patriotic citizens of and that they have ple Jews, Christians and Moslems alike to enable them to

port from citizens and higher morale within police ranks. tries and, from time to time received their respective coun- take their proper place among the free nations of the world and
recognition for
Other hoped-for benefits include reduction of heroism
(1) antagonism ) and, secondly, to help create a place of refuge for contribute their unique genius to the creation of a symphony
involving the police agency and the young adults of the black the of respect and
persecuted Jews of the world that were denied understanding among the peoples of the
community and (2) improvement of police from minority Then
recruiting the
everywhere.The spirits of Moses, Jewus and Mohammed shall marchin

, groups. creation of the State of Israel by sheer courage and determination a brotherly embrace cognizant of their Joint mission to bring
in the face of terrific the Messianic Era for all mankind
Each police officer will receive two weeks of training in military odds disproved the Next
He alleged against them in the military field. Their installment will deal with the pertinence of the Israeli
groups of 30-35 using intergroup relations agricul-
specialists. Sepa- tural accomplishments proved that the Jews experience In the future of the American black community.
,rately, the officers and groups of citizens from the commun- and traders were city dwellers
ity will receive one week of training; In the second week, the the centuries only of because they were forced off the land through
persecution and
two groups will participate in face-to-face interaction under wandering. Zionists, non- \
Zionists and our Christian fellow MERCHANTS THE
special guidance. Americans take great pride WHO ADVERTISE IN
in the work accomplished by a handful of Jew In Israel They MIAMI TIMES ARE TELLING YOU THEY
have the satisfaction of
refuting the false
While the training program will Involve only the City of as painted by anti-Semites through the centuries. of the Jew APPRECIATE DOING BUSINESS WITH YOU.

Miami and the Model City neighborhood initially, it is ex- If the pace and scope of Israel's economic and THEY ARE COURTEOUS DEPENDABLE.
pected that the program will be Implemented in the training development defies agricultural ,
analysis Israel's
political and
curriculum for all police in Dade County if successful. situation is even more difficult to grasp. Israel an security oasis PLEASE PATRONIZE THEMI! I


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THE MIAMI TIMES, Friday, June.20, 1969 5i :





C As we read our newspapers and listen to the newscasts, we "
can see and hear how the police are preparing themselves --.__ _,_ AND MUST BE DEVELOPED TO THE MAXIMUM.
: for the heated summer. Cities like Chicago,Los Angeles, San -, THE OBSERVER
it Francisco and Newark are updefenseagalnsta coming
lit' summer that can claim the lives of hundreds of innocent pea
4 pIe. Again this year burnings, killings, and demonstrations
: < are being planned all across the nation, trying get what the
re planners feel is rightfully theirs. Fair"' housing and better
h!( Jobs are very much needed among the Negroes as well as the
IXI whites, but there is a way In whch to get them.
j I am a Negro, 23 years of age, and I feel that I understand
j\\ the problems of racism facing the nations all over the world.
al' Being raised by parents that have worked hard to feed and
clothe seven children, lean pretty well understand how it feels
II,; to deprived of these basics of life Many times while attend-
":' ing the local schools, I would see my white friends dressed in
,; their beautiful new clothing and so often I would wonder why I
couldn't have these better things of life. With the income that
: both my father and mother would bring In. I knew that it would
'::1 be impossible to have these things. Because I was unable to t1 4' ,' r t
I, get the things that I needed, hate and envy filled my heart
against those that had them.
As we look across our Nation,we can see millions of people
being confronted with this same situationbothwhitesand Ne-
: groes. As we find our cities and states beginning to better
these problems by providing more and better jobs,building new
apartments and allowing Negroes to buy in white neighborhoods, .'DUTY IS CARRYING
to me I believe that we are putting the cart before the horse.In ON PROMPTLY
order for me to lookatthis situation more clearly and with FAITHFULLY
better understanding, I had to first quit hating and begin to THE AFFAIRS NOW
J love. The problem that was confronting me was not totally BEFORE YOU-IT
''t the white man's fault, but is the result of the sinnature that we TO FlILFILL THE
) all have.The love that I received was Jesus Christ. Until .PUT"Nation CLAIMS OF io. 1Y.4
:\' realizes that we need love and not Jobs, love and not voas SOfTHE
/ better homes, love and not integration,there will still be burnings -
/1 killings, and demonstrations. When the Person of Christ
: Jesus becomes our individual personal Saviour by faith in His

! finished work, these problems can better be coped with. working hard at a lot supposed to carry us through . in order to truly love God. ed. The diet calls for constant
i Cllf Carpenter of projects to uplift ghetto eternity is often found too weakto Now, a man claims to love exercise of the love for one's
''I dwellers, and to see that de- carry out the tasks it must God. He goes to church, he's fellowmen, until that love be-
Myers Defends Dade Delegation prived people can get better perform.The honest in business, he doesn't comes so strong the heart,
I.; housing, education and better fight with his family or his will be able to reject the fat
')? On Food Stamp Loss economic status. As hard as greatest heart strainis neighbors but he doesn't of prejudice.This .
s we work, the results are prac- caused by our prejudices, want Black family living next is an individual dieting
;,1 Dear Garth, tically nil, proving that we despite the fact that the Scrip door. Sure, "they" should Job, and each one has to perform -
I'' don't really have our hearts in tures show us how to avoid have all their rights, except the Job for himself.Success -
,'I'I' was somewhat disturbed by your editorial of last week on it. them. The Bible tells us that those which Interfere with is assured someday, be-
; the food stamp and surplus commodities bill which was pending man must love God with alibis what this man considers to be cause the Kingdom of Heaven,
r in the Senate at the last session. I think there has been a Ah, the hearts! Our medical heart, all his soul and all his his rights . tokeep"them"in which will be the result of this \
serious misunderstanding primarily by reason of lack of ,,records show that physically might. (Deut. 6:5.) In 1 John "their place." sacrifice, is already promised
communication on the Delegation's part, about the part played they are not doing'' well so 4:20, we are told, "If a man to us. When that day arrives \
, by the Delegation in helping to sponsor this act. You may be many heart attacks,heart failures say, I love God, and hatethhis I say to this man"Well, there will be no more ghettoes,
''s interested to know that I cosponsored this bill with Senator etc. Well, spirituallyour brother, he is a liar; for he brother, better give yourself a no extremes of wealth or pov-
(; Weissenborn, and as Chairman of the Health and Welfare Sub- hearts are doing a lot that loveth not his brother spiritual checkup and find the erty. There will be variancesin
committee obtained its approval that committee.As a member worse. If we could have spiritual whom he hath seen,how can he cure. Prejudice, especially economic status, but the
,\ of the Senate Ways and Means Committee, I was able to cardiograms taken, we love God Whom he hath not racial prejudice, is like fat, poorest will have his cottageand
}k, obtain approval by that committee of this bill with the help of would swoon away with fear. seen?" So you have to love and It must be moved before daily bread, and the rich
' other Dade members of the committee, including Senators The spiritual heart which is your fellowmen. ..all of them the spiritual heart can be cur will enjoy his mansion.
; -- -- --
' Fincher and Stone. (
.t The Dade Delegation in the Senate was unanimous In its support -
i of this bill. I have strongly supported this program for Not HaveDelivered
i; years, and have insisted, through my work on the Health and 1 Why
,, Welfare Committee that we must have legislation requiring
" every county in the state to conduct either a surplus commodity -
or food stamp program. At present there are only seventeen -
counties who do not have such a program. You may rest
't" assured that I Intend to continue the fight at the next sessionfor
passage of this bill along with Senator Weissenborn and
other member> ,>f the Dade Delegation.
It wouli bo appreciated If you could clarify the position of
the Dade Delegation in your editorial section,since it is most / to Your Home
discouraging to be bhmaJ for not supporting a me.isure, when
you have fought so long and hard for Its enactment.

Sincerely, \ ..
Kenneth M. MyersDocfor 'S

Wants To Know
Color' Of Skin First

Dar Mi. Reeves: MORNING i
A few days ago we called a Hialeah dermatologist for an ap- ,
pointment for one of our employees. Our Insurance company
suggested this doctor since this was a Workmen's Compensation ..- _
claim. We were told that an appointment would be available t.J5 oiIIL
in a few days. O
Two days later we called again to follow up on the appoint- / ,
ment and my secretary was asked, 'Was she colored 01 Less than 10 (
white?" Quite Innocently, my secretary answered that the employee .. per copy
was a Negro and was then tolld there would not be an 1k:

available nantly reported appointment the incident until to the me.first I was week shocked of July. She think indig-thata d.r...................................I..r..................

doctor would condone this kind of policy. Maybe it is naiveof ( ) 1 YEAR$5.00 :
me but I expected better things of the Medical Profession.
Moil to 6740 NW 15th Avenue, Miami, Flo. 33147 :
I can understand the expression"Let's see the color of your -
money" before certain services are performed or goods are Fill n
sold, but since when is a doctor required to see the "color of : NAME : ;
a patients skin" before rendering a medical service? and rl
It is my belief that this was not a doctor, rather, a male
person with a medical diploma, in a production line type of office ADDRESSTODAY
pushing bodies through the door and collecting fee with Mail
the mistaken notion that the color Is more important than the
person. I would be happy to chip In for a broom and mop so !!
that the American Medical Association could doa little house : CITY STATE ZIP CODe

cleaning. Check ( ) Mon.y Order ( ) for S..i .nclo ed.
Ronald Goodman, President 'I.............i..e..t.II II.....II.........II.....II.

Roncraft, Inc. T-1 I\\


6 THE MIAMI TIMES, Friday, June 20, 1969

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Miami Times Society Editor
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Miami welcomes the preachers, lay workers, official mes-
sengers and interested visitors who are here for the National 1 J- ,
Sunday School and Baptist Training Union of the National Bap- s
tist Convention. I want to assure you that our welcome to you '
is warm and heartfelt.We hope you will enjoy our city and that M
the friendships made here may grow and deepen.We hope you r
will have time to enjoy many of the unrivaled beauty spots of ,
our city and its many facilities for recreation.The .
Performing Arts Society, Paul La Pierre, director, r, y F A ENGAGEMENTMrs.
presented its 1969 Spring Concert at the Fontainebleau's La .r .+
Ronde Room. Sunday, June 15.
There was a double-header for the JosephJuanltaWhltteds Alvin S. Johnson and I highly* n> dlcq|
on Sunday, June 15, their daughter,Sybil Gabrielle was chris- Dr. Walter W. Duncan, Hous- ,
tened and their new was blessed followed by a reception for ton, Texas announce the en- ''d.riif.jE. i'tehy' !' wsoip and: foil
the god parents and family. ,' s gagement of their daughter, ': Mlfli'tiWH* A'M">f i.t pfty-Ou
1 '
Houseguesting with the Dr. Simpson are Harriet Thorntonand Wilhelmina Yvonne Duncan to
Irma Jamison who are attending the National Baptist convention \ Elmon Prior, son of Mr. and.
Mrs. Clifford Lowery, Miami.
A .three MoivtH
___ ___ ._ Supply Ortlvlempte -
Pamela Berthine, daughter of Bert and Mir Ian Dean .m.m'mm' Miss Duncan is a graduateofWllberforceUnlverslty
of the recipients of a CTA scholarship. Pamela will enroll in MANASHA MODELS AT AFRICAN KUSHANGILIAThe ,

Hampton. Manasha's Natural Models, a cultural group, Wilberforce, Ohio Mr. Prioris 1
Leon Ferguson of Bailey, Ga. is visiting his mother, Mrs. will be featured at the Continental Club, Sunday, a graduate of Wilberforce
Harriet Outen. He will also attend the commencement activi- fur-
June 22nd by the A.N.R.M. at their first African University, and has done
ties of his nephew, Carlos Harding. ther study at the University of
On Saturday, Jennifer DeVeaux celebrated her thirteenth Kushangilia presented here in Miami. Tickets are Buffalo, New York.
birthday with a party at the home of her godmother, Ellean available at Manasha's, 6916 NW 15th Avenue.. .
Matthews. The wedding will take placein
They have performed at Dade Junior College
Bernice Hunt attended the graduation of her son, Frederick August, Lynchburg, Vir-
from Howard University. Frederick will serve counselor University of Miami, Liberty City Elementary and ginia.

to undergraduate students at Montclair, N. J. others. These young ladies have something special
Carol Ann Henley, daughter of Dr. and Mrs. Ira (Louise) foreveryonein the community. They arenot only ex-

Davis ha graduated cum laude from FiskUnlversity.Carol cellent performers, they are also promoting their

also won departmental honors in math. African culture which make them an educationalgroup
Francina Lewis Robinson,Philadelphia was in Miami for her ,
niece's (Cheryl Robinson) debut at the Delta's Cotillion.Then as well and they are doing a very good job.

on to FAMU for her son's (Gilford) graduation. Top, left to right, are Misses Susie Walker and

Bonita Bullard, daughter of Norman and Myrtle Bullard was Mary Jones. Bottom, left to right, are Misses Joyce
pleasantly surprised by her family and friends on Saturday, Jackson and Ann Davis.
June 14 with a birthday party at the lovely home of her godmo-
ther, Mrs. Ruby Albury. '
Traditions reversed on Friday the 13th and "twas good r'
luck", for Rogers Brown as his wife,Irene honored a beau- Oo
tiful surprise party at their 163 Street home. Many friends Mrs. Arnold Honored

shared in the celebration "
Lucy Jones, a junior at Stillman College, Tuscaloasa Ala- Upon Retirement 7yJL 1".N
bama is visiting her sister, Mrs.Arnita Forbes, 1328 NW 77th ,
Street . Decine Ann Aldridge is vacationing at home after _, v
school in Louisiana. r"' rT- ) The Friendship Garden and __

Susie Patrick, Daytona Beach is visiting MaryGenerett, Mae Civic Club honored her on
Catherine Smith and her aunt, Mrs. Iris Butler of Opa-locka. June 6th at Primary"C" Ele-
Mrs. Mae Flnalayson of Belize, British Honduras spent a mentary with a wonderful program ,7))17z'
week in the city as guest of Everette Ingraham. On Saturdayshe conducted by Mrs. lona STYLED BY

jetted to New York City for a vacation. Dukes and Mrs. M. Wake. All __
June Brides . Novella J. Tanksley and Sgt. Jack Mc- club members participated in
Kenzie USAF married 14 in Northside Ryrl? a
were Saturday, June this beautiful affair.
Faith Tabernacle. . Sandra J. Monroe and Kenneth L Taylor
were married the same date in Ebenezer Methodist Church. 1
Mr. Matthews gave a dynamic -
Wedding bells will ring for Becky Ingram, daughter of Mr. I address for the hon-
and Mrs. Jonathan Ingram and Mr. Theophlis Calvin Adderly,
orees and retiree. Many wonderful -
Jr. on Saturday July 12 at St. Mary's Weslyan Methodist I gifts were received by C,'"
Church. 'M h

Returning students. . Warren Welters n,George Simpson them.Mrs. mil
HI, Morehouse; J. Hartman Taylor, Jr. CreightonUniversity; r .. Arnold is a native r
Lawrence Crawford, Bernadette Ford, FAMU; Marilyn Wilson _.. Floridian, born in Punta Gor-
Dwight: Wilson, Clark; Leonard Davis, Morehouse. MRS. CARRIE LOU ARNOLDThe da. She attended Florida Me-
Charmaine Smith of Atlanta is visiting her parents, John morial College and received
and Mildred Marks and daughter, Tia. faculty and students of her B. S. degree from Florida
Ray Charles, who spent his boyhood in Florida,returns home J. W. Johnson Elementary A&M University. Further
on Wednesday June 25, to give a show at Florida Atlantic School gave Mrs. Carrie Lou study was done at Columbia
University in Boca Raton. Arnold a wonderful tea and University, New York, N. Y.
The MRS Club entertained friends on Saturday at the homeof program on May 18 honoringher where she earned a M. A. degree -
Carmen Jackson. retirement from the in 1950.
Among those attending the Jack and Jill convention In Sa- school system. She is a member of the
vannah, Ga. was Ruby (Mrs. Earl) Mizell. County Superintendent, Order of Eastern Court No. 31
Adria Harrison is attending an institute in Kansas City for E. L. Whigham and Mrs. H. &J.Dgt.ElkLfberty( LodgeNo.
the summer.Dr. Helene Vosloh, a board mem-
724)); Professional organi-
Dazelle Simpson has returned home after completing a ber, were present, also, Mrs. zations: CTA, FEA, NEA and Bare your middle.
post-graduate course in Pediatrics at Harvard University.Mrs. St. John and sister gave brief Dade ACE; a member of New Just a little.
Cora Kennedy, Mr. and Mrs. Sam Kennedy and daugh- words about knowing Mrs.Arnold Mt. Zion Baptist Church Show your tan.
ter, of North Florida are in the city for a few days with rela- and her works at this
tives and friends. They are the houseguests of Mr. and Mrs. school. The Business and Profes- And get your man.A .
Ray Ming, Mr. and Mrs. John Souter and Mr. and Mrs. Roy Remarks were given by sional Women's Club and the splash of cotton,
Souter, Sr. Mrs. Rubie Mlzell assistant Negro Council of Colored Wo crisp and light.In .
Miss Valerie A. Patterson and Mr.Carlton J.Souter will be principal. To climax the even men's Club presented certifi-
wedded in holy matrimony June 21 at 6 p.m. in Indianapolis, ing, Mrs. Arnold gave a short cates to her. brazen black or
Indiana. Carlton is the son of Mr. and Mrs. John (Evelyn) dynamic address on her 18 green and white.
Souter of this city. years of training and teachingthe She now plans to travel,rest Out of sight.
children of this and devote some time in
area. work-
Wendell and Thompson came down from New York to see
She received for Ing with the various
Wendell's two children,Cyril and Angle graduate from Central many gifts programs
High last Saturday.Get her long years of service in that will develop the young Size 3 up.SPECIAL .

well wishes to Mrs. Willie Nicholson (Ann) In Jackson the Dade County school sys- people and help the unfortunate
Memorial Hospital. tem. ones : $13.11JJRJJ'S

Demure was the word to describe the birthday dinner-party
of Mrs. Docia Howell, Thursday evening at her home. First
the guests were shown home movies by Barbara Garbutt, then

they were served a full course dinner. The guests were: Clones Now Open:
Bennie Howell, Mrs. Celcia Lee, Mrs. Louise Hopkins, Mr.
Wilfred J. McKenzie, Lynette McKenzie, Annette McNeal, ', THE LOUISE RILEY woJr
Susie McManay, Sallie Johnson and daughter, Odessa James, ," I FINISHINGS MODELING

Alma Harris, Ruth Williams, Almelia Bellamly, Mary Ellen 'f"Y I ACADEMY LORY'S FASHION SHOPS .
Sims, Rachel Long, Virginia Bennett, Mr. and Mrs. Jimmie 'i 35 NE 17th Street, Rm 233
Johnson, Doris Dyers of Nassau, Capt. and Mrs. Oliver Gar- EDISON CENTER 6112 NW 7th AVENUE
.,butt of Nassau and Bernice Greene. c b !f'I TEL: 379-3581

On Saturday, June 21 Mrs. Vera Wyche will be hostess to Self Improvement Classes STORE HOURS:
sorors of Gamma Alpha Chapter, Iota Phi Lambda Sorority, J; for men and women began Monday Wednesday 9 to 7 p.m.
Inc. at the regular monthly meeting. All sorors are asked to June 16th Thursday Saturday 9 to 9 p.m.

attend. Following the meeting will be a social hour for sorors I-.; .. ..II."
and friend




THE MIAMI TIMES, Friday, June 20, 1969 7

Trotman Jet-cruised to Barbados for added sunburns.. The
Percy (Black Crow) Browns Sr (she's Carmetta Cash) son Richmond Heights Boy Drowns

0.r Percy Jr, a '69 grad from the University of Florida Monday. I
The kid s next educational venture is to matriculate at Vir-
ginia Seminary for the priesthood.THE RockpitA

WEEK'S WASH: After 23 years a trusted employee at 16-year-old boy drowned later.
Pinder's Fish Market, new owners of this veteran establish- last Thursday In a South Dade Ivey and a friend,Carl"Wil

ment dismissed Harcourt Wilson,who now executes his talentsat rockpIt after slipping from the Hams, 14, of 10400 SW 49th

Jackson's Fish and Poultry along NW 62ndStreet. . Pan- grasp of his schoolmate Ter., and two girls his class-
American hotel awaiting the hometown arrival of Kelsan Far- The body of Willie Ivey, of mates at Killian High School,
STANLEY "SWEETS" SWEETING rington for a mid-July terpischorean chore ? ?? Louis Arm- 10335 SW 149th Ter., Rich- were swimming about 2 p.m.In

LINE.Q.TYPE strong will be 69 July 4 . Sidney Poitier dating Joanna mond Heights, was recoveredby the rockpit: located at SW 107
Skimkus ? ? ? The female Charmettes have added five more Metro divers about one hour St., Just north of Colonial Dr.
lovelies to its roster Thelma Marie
THE LITTLE RED BOOK: A lone thief made an attempt at charming : Robinson,
Gwendolyn Jennings Rose Mary Minnis, Noel Cobb and Leona
burglary last Saturday late on the 12th Avenue borderline stripof

the Liberty City-Edison Center area, when he ransackedthe Swilley. grand Mark Leonard, who arrived via her daughter and sonin-

apartment of Leroy and Betty Torrence. STUFF AND SUCH: Robert Days downfromDeeCee to wit- law Major and Scevia Holland . Birthday: Bernice
The culprit gathered up a ladies' wristwatch Biggins Shir lee Shatteen Henry Price Vernera Dames Willie
a ness the graduation and merger of kinsfolk. Leroy Rogers'brotherinlaw ,
class ring, 3 radios and 4 pairs ofmen's Ted Taylor, an Instructor at Pompano Beach's Johnson, Bertha Mack, Rose Boswell, Alice Jackson, Keva

slacks stuffed the loot into a paper senior high, down last weekend on a sightseeing Junket of Mi- Carey, Elizabeth Luckie, Emanuel M. Luckie, Clara Brooks,
bag and placed it on the kitchen table for a
Vera Ruth Wade.
ami and its historical ,
fast A sites. A of Miami's police municipal -
getaway. neighboring resident's sud-
complex completed the itinerary. Harry Belafonte and
den appearance 'across the way' stymied Lena Horne in Las 28 MIAMI MUSINGS: Dunbar elementary held Its annual outing
open Vegas Aug. .. Lena and Lainie
the escape progress thereby foiling his attempt again at Greynolds Park last Saturday for teachers, relativesand
Kazan will costar in a mid-mod-musical TV spec(Which NBC
at carting away the bounty.The burg1 guests . Mrs Jane off to Winchester Va and
lar 1 has first option to buy) with the wild title: 'Lena & Lainie in McKinney ,
left the
finally apartment empty-handed Black--White and Living Color! Philadelphia on a vacation Junket visiting daughter and sonin-
. After 44 years trying former popular > law the Matthew (Effie) Davis' at the former and son Kelseyand

Downtown Miamian Ernestine Williams(now of sur bur ban Opa"- SCRATCH MY BACK An introduction to and his fau at the latter... President Nixon's daughter Tricia
locka at 3030 NW 173rd Terr) finally made it. She's expectingher : shaking paws
with new Miami Police Chief Garmire last to attend the investiture of Britain's heir-apparent Prince
on Thursday was a
first to arrive sometime In January. Charles Prince of Wales 1. will be
as The
most pleasant experience . The Jonathan Ingrams' Becky on July ceremony
to wed Calvin held at Caernaroon Castle In London.
Tbeophilus Adderly Jr July 12 in St Mary's
Weslyan Methodist at 6p.m.The young groom is the son of the
NOTES ON A NAPKIN City Patrolmen and
: Leroy Rogers late Theo Sr, (who was a mere tot when his dad was acciden- CONFIDENTIALLY YOURS: Sugar Ray Robinson in comeback
Robert back from
Boyd New York's annual Florida Dance held
tally slain several years ago)and the former Bertha Dean. . try -- this time thru the courts.But he lost! His former
In surburban Brooklyn May 31.Rose and Hamilton
Betty convey The Robert (Bernice) Chatmons' twin sons Robert Lee and mate, pretty Edna Mae Holly, obtained a 1969 Mexican divorce -
regards via Officer Rogers to their dad former patrolmanCecil
Rodney Lee will be 6 months old June 22 . The same day the from the former middleweight champ,who declared that
Hamilton of Our Town. . Ben Davis who birthdayedFather's
Archibald (Beulab) Pinders celebrate another anniversary. his 1943 marriage to the former Miami beauty void on groundsthat
Day(June 15) and his squaw Ola Mae were expecting
her divorce from entertainer Willie Bryant had been frau
their first to arrive on his birthday. But if it didn't, you can
SWEETS' TREATS: Roslyn Davis entered the University of dulently obtained in Chicago The separation agreement pro-
look for in the crib
. into New
any day now. Temptations
York's Harlem Apollo last Friday. Miami Monday to begin work on her Masters degree via HEW. vides $200 a week for Edna Mae,fringe benefits and a percen-
She received her Bachelors from UM 1964. . The George tage of any annual Income over $60,000.. ..That's it brother,
Wilkerson Sr's son George DI down from Heavenly Harlem from your one-man-newspaper who knows everybody and
SALT WATER TAFFY: The Leroy (Marva) Worthys sons
Leon and Lance planed in from San Jose Calif to celebrate, visiting mom and dad . Mrs Nelson L. Adams Jr off to everybody's racket, but who is allways giving some poor
Tuskegee. Ala to plant a kiss on the pink cheek of her first sucker a break!
their 10th the
anniversary skylarking Worthys and dad Sidney

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8 THE MIAMI TIMES. Friday, June 20, 1969

11 To. Attend Carolina Music Festival,!i llth L ,. 1
who will This summer eleven musi- Time is also scheduled for social The youth UMattHarrell (bassoon
are: )
summer ,
I activi
Addle ReportsOn cally-talented Dade County and recreational Mercy Losado (flute), Mi- Brownsville Jr. High SchoOl,
youth! from low-income fami- 18- 15 year old 9th grader.
ties.Approximately Senior High School,
Musical Arts ,, lies will attend the Easter Mu- 170 music ami eleventh grader. Trudy Frank (piano, harp)
By ADLINE PONTIPHFLET sic Festival, a six-week mu- students, ranging in age from Milton 0. DaUey, (trom- Miami Sr. High School, 16
sic camp held at the Guilford 11 to 18 from all over the Sen- old 11th grader.
United States will attend the bone), Northwestern year
College campus in Greens-
ior High School, 16-year-old Angela Nelson (violin),
staff is composedof
boro, North Carolina Mrs. festival. The
It was Indeed a splendid affair Mr. La Pierre (and by the 11th grader.C North Dade Jr. High School,
professional per-
S. Carl executive director ninety
when some twelve society way, did you see that fabulous of Economic, formers from various orches- ea sa r Ealey (trumpet), 13 year old 8th grader.
hostesses, four reception article in The Miami Herald tunity Program Inc. an- tras and schools. This year's Charles R. Drew Jr. High ,14 Mar Un Bolanopiano,
committee girls and forty two about him last Wednesday and nounced this week., festival runs from June 20th year old 9th grader. harp), Miami Sr. High School,

special Invited guests gathered the society column,the follow- The youth live on to August 1st, 1969. Bernard McKenzie (tuba), 17 year old 11th grader.
In the home of Mr. Paul La ing Friday?) invited Mrs. where they take private campus and The Dade County youth are Allapattah Jr. High School, 14 During the summer,the stu-

Pierredirector of our school Range to say a few words concerning group music lessons, study sponsored by a special grant Cheryl Pinder (clarinet), dents will present numerous
and society) In order to pre- her particular interest music theory and perform. from the Office of Economic Northwestern Sr. High School, public performances. Arrangements
sent an official acknowledgment in the society. My col- Opportunity to the Economic 17 year old 12th grader. h a v e also been
to the arts umn would J never suffice to her ) made with 'WUNC-TV North
I, performing anticipate membership as Opportunity Program, Inc., of Leslie George (trumpet ,
society's distinguished give you all her wonderful a pupil when in a more quiet Dade County Five other cities Charles R. Drew Jr. High, 13 Carolina's educational television
tron, Commissioner M. Atha- thoughts in regards as to what moment she so aptly expres- are also sending low-income year old 8th grader. station, to film a pro-

lie Range. she expects from us insofaras sed a desire to sing. . youth to Greensboro, N.C. Luis Gomez (piano), Miami gram featuring the gifted low-
Y what we can do for societyas and if I can't sing," said she, The grant is largely there- Senior High School, 16 year old income young musicians.

a whole. She spoke of the "Til settle for a croak, if no- suit of a pilot program spon- ...oc ..oc.... ..... ............. ..o OeOOOoe. .o...., + ..
wonderful influence we could thing else." With the laughing W..VY r
fix, sored by the Youth Opportunity -
f exercise among our many patrons audience Mr. La Pierre added: unit of EOPI which sent 10 t THE MIAMI JAZZ FESTIVAL *
of the arts and how
we "Harmoniously, I hope". low-income youth to the 1968
could improve our situation Next week ril have a lot to festival. Miami Jai-Alai 4*
with spreading the warmth of tell you about the concert. My EOPI coordinated the pub- Q N.W. 36th St. at 36th Ave. *
genuine brotherhood in our publisher, Mr. Reeves, noti- and O for the selection
licity -
program We;in Newport Jon A
Produced by George -
very own community. fied me that he was going to of the students to at- o Festival in association with Joe Rico Y
I noticed my good friend let me use one entire page of tend. Seven area music teachErs -- (\.

Dave Bondu nod his head in approval this newspaper to show photographs served as judges at the au- t FRI., JUNE 27, 8 PM SAT., JUNE 28, 8 PM t
when she said that she of our momentous af-
ditions for the youth. They included Miles Davis Quintet
was particularly happy to link fair. We may have guest Eric Knight, Mrs.Betty Nina Simon Herbie Hancock Quartet
her name with the society because writer to present the synopsis. Newell, David Paschal, Dare Brubeck Trio and George Benson Quartet X
she believed in all that Until then, may I please invite o Jethro Tull v
Gerry Mulligan
Herbert Rhodes Miss Althea .
-,-,.. was good. you to be happy and above all, Sample, Fred Wickstrom, and Booker T. ft the MG's Roland Kirk Quartet .
PAUL La PIERRE Mr. La Pierre was left to love one another. Newport All Stars featuring Sullivan t
George Zazofsky.
MRS. ATHALE RANGE i with Red Nerve, Ruby Lou Donaldson Quartet +

Braff, C Tal Farlow. ...
The evening was scented
with the Intoxicating aroma of
T : SUNDAY JUNE 29 8 ;
many beautiful floral arrange P.M
ments prepared especially for Duke Ellington Orchestra Gary Burton 4
the occasion and the table set- Quartet Hugh Masekela Quintet Young X
ting was almost' foreboding, s r r' i Holt Unlimited Mothers of Invention. :;

much too pretty "destroy". 3 3 IM
Among our many guests Prices: S7.00 6.00 5.00 Per EventAll :
were Mr. and Mrs. Allen A. Seats Reserved (
Dworkis from The Miami I Special Stereo Sound System

Beach Cultural Society; Mr. TICKETS NOW AT:
Walter Palevoda, assistant orJon Worth, Downtown and Dad/ lnnd.Jefferson Stores, 1$3rd ....\
manager of the Opera Guild I Street Ktndall DowntownFt.Lauderdole.Music Maker North. ,
side fc Central Shopping Center. Haul of Rhythm, Hollywood
Greater Miami and presidentof 0 Moll H & S Music. Hiol.ah. Brown' Music. Ft. loudrrHnle, Bur.gtr V'A
the Miami Beach Music and Loo. N,W. 27th Avenue.Sound of Music,Miracle Mil. p

Arts League;. "C la us", the 0'
professional name of our (_ .
N.W. 35th St., at 36th Ave.
prominent photographer who Miami Florida Enclose Stamped Envelope
Is incldently, official photo- .
Checks Payable: Miami Jazz Festival.eoooeosooooeooooe'
grapher of the Miss Universe .
Pagent; and. our distinguished .oooee
editor Mr. Garth C. Reeves, .
and many other delightful visi-


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FREEMAN TO VISIT PUBLISHERS Sidney Poitier, Al Freeman, Jr.,

and Joanna Shimkus (linked romantically Sidney in real life) plan the es-

cape route for Poitierwho( has been wounded) i a scene from Universal Pic i

tures' THE LOST MAN AI Freeman, Jr., one of the stars, will host a private a pZf'. id A'

preview of the motion picture for publishers and their guests at the National

Newspapers Publishers Convention being held in Phoenixbeginning June 18.

Freeman whose popularity ie expected to soar even more, with the release of

THE LOST MAN, is also appearing in Columbia Pictures' CASTLE KEEP.
Mti Following preview of THE LOST MANFreeman will host a cocktail reception

BARBARA GREENAt for the publishers at the Del Webb Towne House in Phoenix.

one point during the even- g a.I .
Ing, we were treated to sev-
eral vocal solos some of which G.

were: a medley of "My Fair I O \ SCREENED AT
Lady" songs presented by S
Miss Germaine Miller, which / O
e 8:40 & 10:30:
received much applause;
"Carissima" sung by Miss I ; i il

Catherine McKham, voice so
well controlled; "Those Were
The Days" by Miss Valda Cole GliOTiASIiVOQDiSBAGK

kept my foot tapping; "Sum-
mertime" received raves for AND BURNING AT BOTH INK
Mrs. Barbara Glenn; "0 1 -I I

Danny Boy" left us absolutelyawed if you can take >it!
when sung by Mr. Walter
Brown, and finally we heard a
spiritual and a beautiful TheDesert

Song" sung by our extraordinary -

baritone, Mr.
Porter M. Davis. Though I

short, this musical interludewas
well in keeping with the
atmosphere set for the even-

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OPEN ;> ,
motion of its kind'v"J !
-"Ay ""\\y picture
: It won't be the last

Sexy in Color! t


2 Girlie Frolics In Color a ..

THE MIAMI TIMES, Friday, June 20, 1969 9 ;

Theatre Sued By ResidentsThe 1

Model Cities Residents a project resident, and Mrs.
Improvement Association has Annie Love, of 2200 NW 72nd
filed a Circuit Court suit accusing -
the palm Drive-In of court was told that the
showing morally unacceptable Palm Drive-In, at 6900 NW 22
movies that can be seen from Ave., is showing pictures that
ItuA the homes of neighborhood "tend to corrupt the moralsor
BY DAVE BONDU J9J residents.The mariners of the community."
/ X
DuFresne wants the courtto
W suit against the theater
I rule that only movies rat
.1CJdIaAC> RCJ IQCtC 7 ilC'J1C operators, Eastern Federal
Corp., wants the court to force ed for general audiences are to
Now that summer has arrived and the youngsters are out of s the theater to stop showing be shown until his clients are
school, it seems that the main: issue athand is summer Jobs, certain films or arrange its shielded from the screen.
Many agencies are making an attempt to get these youngsters screen in such a way that only,
placed on some type of job. One such agency is the Mayor's movie-goers can_see it. Rec
4l M.A.
Youth Council which is housed at the rear of the Model cities a tI eves
Office; another is the Florida NYC at 1325 West Flagler St.; Other plaintiffs are the
another place to look is the Metro NYC and the Florida State James E. Scott Housing Pro-
Employment Service. Naturally,the board of public instructionhas ject Community, whose mem-
a Job program too,so there is a great possibility that most bers live in a low-income pub-
of the kids who are really interested will be working this sum lic housing project at 2179 NW
mer. The City or Mlamihas Jobs for those college kids who are 69th Ter., Mrs. Lula Garner,

home for the summer.The only catch there is that you must be
at least 18 years of age. May I suggest that any person who is I GARDENIACLUBThe
in business who can possibly open up a summer Job for a boyor d ,
girl who is trying to make some extra money this summer t Gardenia Club met at
should contact one of these agencies and offer work. If more L1 t the home of Mrs.Corinne Hus-

business men would think about it . give a Job. . pay a x ton, 2237 NW 66th Street.
decent wage, then he can tell Uncle Samat income tax time that After the devotional ser-
he paid a decent wage out of his profits. If you don't pay it to vice, the meeting was turned
some deserving youngsters, Uncle Sam is gonna take it next i over to the president. At that
year anyway. put that money into the economy of your com time, old and new business,
munity. was discussed by members.

Gtifon ->fJIt/t4 ?tU/ltia/4 A check was to be given to the
PRETTY GIRL OF THE WEEK: Mauresa Pratt (4 years old) f Christian Hospital, one of our
PRETTY BOY OF THE WEEK: Dwight Williams (working for projects for each year. This The Rev. William Henry I
the City this summer) Mrs. Jacquelyn Yvonne Gai- who carried the bride's train, year, we are giving scholar- Washington, Sr., widely known I
VIP OF THE WEEK: Ted Nichols (City Manager's office) ter, daughter of Mrs. Mary; wore a pink empire. With pink ship of $200 to a needy girlor in civic and religious circles
MOTHER OF THE WEEK: Mrs. Winifred Briggs Gaiter of Miami,Fla.,became accessories. James Keller boy who will be entering for his performances of religious -
QUICK NOTE DEPARTMENT: Congressman Claude Pepperis the bride of Mr. Anthony; served as bestman, ushers college this year. At the closeof and sacred musical and
so proud of the Miami Concentrated Employment Programthat Thomas Burns, son of Mrs. were Anthony Gaiter Jr.,bro- the meeting, a plaque was concerts, the holder of two
a movie TV Company asked him to conduct a tour throughthe Gerallean Burns, Saturday, ther of the bride, also Angelo presented by Mrs. Corinne degrees: B.A. and B.D., com-
CEP building to document a film of the program. HaroldE. April 26, 1969 at the home of Arnold John Lewis and Rod- Huston to Mrs. Pinkie Lowe pleted additional requlre'ments -
Oliver, executive director of the program played host to Mrs. Gaiter. Rev. Samuel ney Moore. They all wore a for having the highest amountof leading to the M.A.
the congressman and the film company representatives. The Atchison of Mount Calvary; black tuxedos,white carnation money donated at our Spring degree validation at the Uni-
film will be shown at a date to be announced by the CBS Tele- Baptist Church performed the buttonaires and white gloves.All versity of Miami, Coral
vision Network. . Eight women and four men said Willie ceremony. It was a rainbow ushers were identically Tea.We would like to thank each Gables, Florida. The M.A.
Simms was guilty. That was the decision. The whole thing; garden wedding. The arch wasa matching the groom. and everyone who helped to degree was validated in the
smells to me. The Judge gave him 20 years, yet some people combination of pastel gladi- The mother of the bride make our tea a success this field of education.Rev. .
commit murder and get much less time than that ..and I oles, and pom poms accentu- wore a lime green crepe A- year. Washington has been a
want to know how come there were no black people of the Jury? ating the green fern. line dress with green see Edna Smith is president and teacher in the Dade County
How could they take the word of what a lot of people would con The bride, given in mar- through sleeves ruffles Helen Ward is reporter. Public School System for five
sider a person whose character could be questioned in the< riage by her grandfather, Mr., around a V-neckline and wrist, years. Just recently, he was
case? People are wondering what kind of young woman would Nathaniel Gaiter. She was radiant and lime green accessories.She elected president of the
get into a car full of young men, whom she admitted she did not in a gown that was especially also wore a beautiful white attire. Beautiful organ music Holmes Elementary School
know, to go to a house party on the other of the county? designed for her by carnation Corsage. was performed Leroy Scott. PTA for the ensuing 1969-70
People are really talking and asking questions.And like I say, Mrs. Adell Edwards. It was The mother of the groom The reception Immediately school year. He is married to
something is fishy somewhere. lace over portaqua. Long lace wore a beige and blue dress followed the ceremony.The the charming and devoted wife,
I get the word that some school that gives private vocational see through sleeves ending in with white accessories, alsoa newlyweds are residing Elo\st, and they have two
courses is chastizing youngsters for non-payment of fees- a V-shape at the wrist, around white carnation corsage. here in Miami. Mrs. Adell children, William, Jr., and
even though they have never attended any classes.Dig me kids,, neckline trimmed in lace, an The ring bearer, Derrick Edwards, directress of wed- Fedora: The Washingtons reside -
don't pay them one cent. Tell them to take you to court or let, empire style with a portagua Lowery wore a formal white ding. at 1311 Little River Dr.
me know who they are and I will do my thinnest close them up yoke. The bodice has three
Just as Idid that Jive school InHlaleah. We sign papers and get panels in the front with lace
ourselves into trouble because we trust anything people tell accentuating the center panel,
us. Don't sign a darned thing until you let some responsible with a scalloped trim.The two LONGER.
person read it with you. Money is too hard to come by in this side panels and back bodice ..
day and age and you have to get the most you can out of it. was portaqua. The train with
Get an education, yes 1 But you don't have to pay through the an oval border, covered with
nose for it anymore. . Look for the big "Blue goose" (the lace, trimmed with scallops.The YET MILDER.
new name the kids have given the City of Miami Mobile Infor, train started at the neck-
mation Unit) . and tell Lt. Smith and Mayme your sugges- line with five streaming satin
tions and complaints about your city. They spend two days In bows. The head piece had two .
Liberty City; two days in Coconut Grove,two days in Washington white satin roses with white 11111111111'' It
Heights (downtown); and two days in the Little River, Beuna pearl buds and white leaves of I ; g20CIGARETTES ;
Vista, Allapattah, Lin Heights and Edison Center area . pearl trim. ; 1111111111 --
Phylissimo(Phyllis Branch) is back at the Thunderbird for the Hip length veil i of white net,
summer. Be sure to see her this time. . Don Strachan still her bouquet were cornations
vowing them on Miami Beach. Currently at the Monte Carlo with white satin streamers,
. More than 1000 persons attended the Paul Lapierre 1969 which she carried on a white
Spring Concert at the Fountainebleu last Sunday.It was a beau- satin bible. &&LNkL1
tiful concert . That is it for this week. Till the next one, Miss Gwendolyn Gaiter, the
LIVE LIFE, EVERY GODEN MINUTE OF IT. PEACE! maid of honor, sister of the mH
bride, wore a floor length,
hot pink portagua gown trim-
MERCHANTS med with hot pink lace. Em-
MIAMI TIMES ARE TELLING YOU THEY pire with oval neckline. Por- nn; UI ,

bodice with lace side panels '
THEY ARE COURTEOUS, DEPENDABLE. with satin peeking straight

PLEASE PATRONIZE THEMIAnnouncing down the center. Hot pink
headpiece with a veil. Hotpink
accessories. Her bouquet h ;
wa.* of carnations with pink N ; .x.
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The start of a new K-9 Service in MiamiCooper's satin streamers.The \,
, i
bridesmaids worn
Geraldine N e 1 o m s, Barbara
Lewis and Theresa Taylor.

They wore peach, yellow and Gr
Canine ServiceLICENSED aqua. The headpieces and accessories . p
to match individual-
ly. Each girl had a bouquet of
Dogs of all breeds trained in obedience and carnations with streamers to f
all phases of attack match each attire. All gowns
were different, but simular
WEEKLY GROOMING SERVICE empire style, portaqua trim- u.s. Government figures show :
Protect your home and business with a med In lace, which were designed

trained dog.German Shepherd. puppies occasionallyFor bridesmaids.especially for the PALL MALL GOLD 100'slower :

further information call Vince The flower girl was Sheila in"tar'than the best-selling i
Sanford, who wore a yellow and
691-2643 2021 NW 97th St. white lace dress and yellow filter king. c"" I

I accessories. La Vonne Harris,



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10 THE' MIAMI TIMES, Friday, June 20, 1969 ... ..... .Y. ..
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.I-}/ On The Scene With Miami Youth f'3M( r.j;,. ; :) ).:'! I

. _ __ ___ ., __ ....dI a.,.
>' ...". Going Someplace?

The Eugene Butler walked down the street not worrying about

r 3'E where he was going. tt didn't matter anyway'cause he hadn't
anyplace to go.There is a possible chance that somebody might
a drop by the break corner, and pick him up to do a day's work.
HappeningBy V l a ,A, he might get lucky and make $12 or $15 for that day and maa

he is really living. That's the way life is every day . j Just

Garth C. Reeves, Jr. try to live for tomorrow.
Eugene Butler was an alcoholic, and he was Just living for
tomorrow, but since he wa s accepted into the Concentrated

A GOOD FEELING Employment Program, he now lives for tomorrow and the days
, after. Eugene isn't an alcoholic any more, he doesn't have to

When the Liberty Theatre, located on 67th Street and 15th r Avenue, closed six years ago, ittookarather large gap out of i salary rather than having $15 or $30 week.. He knows wherehe
the lives of elementary, Junior and senior school age childrenin is going and he Is making great strides making sure that
the Liberty City area."The Shack"',as it was called by all, there is a "someplace' for him to go. .
was our weekend livelihood and now that was gone. Not know The above is Just one case of a person who was looked'upon
ing why, we found the doors closed that next Saturday morning as a loss to society, a case where a man wanted a hand-up nota
when we lined up for the matinee showing. hand-out. It was a matter of someone caring enough to say,
If crime in this area took a big rise at this time, I wouldn'tbe "come on man, you can make it".As for Eugene Butler, he is
surprised. It was as 1fwe were being turned into the streets on the road to making it. Eugene, age 42, went through two
because I needn't remind you that we were not permitted in ; 3ryata weeks of Orientation at CEP, which included Basic Education,
"public" (if I may use that expression)pools yet or the downtown Job Preparation, Educational Hygiene, Consumer Educationand
movie theatres. a few other subjects. He was placed in the manpower pro
After approximately three years of moping,groping and hop gram(MDTA) learning to be a Wood Worker at the Miami
ing, we decided to face the fact that there would be no more Training and Skills Center. The last reports show that Eugeneis
shack. doing an excellent Job. Eugene feels that if it had not been
Three more years have passed now and summer'69 brightens for CEP, its director, instructors, and its staff,it's Just pos-
with a ray of hope for our little black kids in the Liberty sible that he would still be out on the break corner looking fora

City area. As Thirlee Smith,Herald writer,put it "the Shack"is day's work and getting $15 or $20, or maybe even streched

coming alive again." .. out in some alley-way Juiced to the gills, and still not even
The old dilapidated building is undergoing a thorough cleanup knowing when or where he was going.
and repair Job so that the blacks can do their thing. Helpingin Sod Si4tfA 01 tie Wed
the repairs are the young men from the Belafonte Talcolcy
center. These young men should be' saluted because this is Children's;' Theatre Summer Pa gram- I
only one of the many projects they have partaken in to make
our community a better one. Pictured above is Antoinette Silva, daughter of Mrs. Ruth Foreman's Children'sTheater
The center is designed to help preserve black culture in our Verneka Silva, of 3587 Hibiscus Street.Tony is a seniorat the Pied Piper Play
community. Some of the happenings in store are a live theatre, CoralGablesHIgh.She would like tobecome a teacher house, opens its summer
poetry and black history classes, modern dancing,art and two of modern dance and ballet. matinee schedule on Saturday

nights of community dialogue.The June 19 at 2 p.m. The 'Our
very thought that there are young people In our com Gang Com e d y' series, The
munity like the Talcolcy members doing things in our com -=:: -'L ,. .. Kids, will resume with the

munity for its betterment, Just gives you a good feeling. opening episode . The FortuneTeller
* * * * * * * .
The young actors and actresses
of The Kids repertory r
Basketball Star Chooses
I See It"By company will be kept busy this
summer making a film which

HarvardFloyd JERRY D. MITCHELLIt will be presented with the a
opening of the Fall series of ar
formerly of Miami and the has been suggested that Children's Theater. ..aANGELO
grandson of Mrs. Ethel Lewis ....
the Dade be --- --- -
new University
black actor Angelo
Young ,
who still resides lathe city.VALEDICTORIAN .
constructed either on the site v Rutherford, will be missing RUTHERFORDweek
of Interama or at the site of the
from the cast this summer.He drama scholarship at I
old Tamiami Airport. I suggest has been awarded a six- Georgetown University.
that the State Board of Regents

with the cooperation of
f the Dade County Board of Public AUTO INSURANCE
na st1 Instruction, convert Mi
ami-Dade Junior College intoa
t four.year institution and FINANCIAL RESPONSIBILITY

4 Er I keep it on the commuter bases. Norman McGee, son of Mr. SPICI ALIST* SRi22jlinf t

E. At the present M-DJC sites, and Mrs. Eddie McGee at 1969
4 3 there is plenty of convenient NW 155th
Street, Opa-locka,
land and its locations are received the principal's award

Ideally located to serve the for having the highest scholastic INSURANCE AGENCY
people of Dade County. achievement in the Sixth
Lewis of Washington, The swimming area at Virginia Grade class at Rainbow Park

D. C. has finally accepted a Key Is being doubled in Elementary School. Teacher JIM LEVENSON
Own.r. Fh 635.7507
scholarship to Harvard University size.Now Mrs. Valdez Murray, Principal n
that Fm in college, I
: Mrs. Rosa L. Fortson. famauuuuuuuuuimuunuuuauiaumuuunmamiuuuuwnuimauanummnunulul u
sometimes wonder; "What
Lewis has been the high ever happened to the $5000
scorer on his team at Western college education?" MAYS fi
High School for the past two EILEEN WILLIAMS The City of Miami Police -.1\9' .

years. His average this season Eileen Y. Williams, daughter Department should have this
has been 27.9 per game. of Mr. and Mrs. William phrase painted on all of their pet'' Curly
Coach Herman Daves rates Dennis Williams was named patrol cars -. "to protectandto
valedictorian of the graduating "
Lewis who is only 17 years COldf
class of Mrs. Foster's "I can stop but
progress, ,
old as "the best big man Fve c
: 2800
ever had." He hit better than Younger Set Kindergarten in if anymore highrise apartment "'. NW 5th Ave.
Carol City. The class had its buildings Miami
go up on
55 percent despite being 0 (CENTER OF THE GARMENT DISTRICT)
graduation exercises on Fri- Beach, the traffic from them
double-teamed most of the
year. He also averaged 15 re day night, June 13th. will choke the city streets. OFFERS YOU THE LATEST STYLES
The New Port of Miami
(Dodge Island) should have

Lewis, with an outstanding SOUTH FLORIDA been built twenty years ago. NATURALAFROS i Dresses Suits Cullottes/ I
academic record to go along LAITY CONFERENCE All senior high students =
with his roundball talent, had should be required to read Full & Soft Values To =
been approached with offers The South Florida Confer John Steinbeck's, "The Now only $24.88 i $19.99
from over a hundred schools ence Laymen met recently in Grapes of Wrath." LADY LEE WIGS
that included Maryland Uni- their fifth Sunday meeting and How time has changed: If 773 Fisherman Street I 86 I
elected to the Connectional Opa-locka
of Pa. man
versity, University any young wore pink
Also Finest 100% Human
Columbia, Virginia and Wash and State meetings. pants, purple knit shirts, or Hair Wigs. We Deliver. At i
State. Mrs. Irene L. Taylor,conference red underwear five
ington years ago,
president has releasedthe he wouldhavebeenthe"laugh- TEL: 685-5541 I I
His coach wasnotsurprisedby
following names: Mrs. ing stock" of town. * A R * t * * i tWigs
the number of offers since Louise Byrd and St. Elmo YES! Wig. low Price I IL
Lewis scoredbetter than 1,200 Greaux, delegates to the con- We Clean Style
OQ his college boards, and nectional meeting; alternates, Buster McFadden, Mrs.Rhoda Condition \
maintained a high "B" aver Mrs. Terri Toles and Mrs Dixon and Mrs. Rosa Jackson. AFROS $6.50 61 ==
age throughout his high school Ella Jones. To the State meet The next South Florida Con LADY LEE WIGS CASH REF \ I

years. ing: Mrs. Susie Merrit,Willie ference Fifth Sunday Session 773 Fisherman St.-Opa-locko EXCHANGES

The 6 foot 6 1/2,195 poundlad Ward, James Sharp, James will be held June 30, 1969, at TEL: 6055541We =IIa
Darling and Mrs. Jessie Greater Bethel AME Church, have a complete wig
plans to study engineeringat styling dept. Pick
Harvard.He Giles. Alternates: Neal Pompano Beach,Florida,Rev. ,delivery. up JPEN DAILY! : 9:30: 5:30: SAT 9:303C0 %
is the son of Floyd Lelws, Shackelford, Henry Martin, D. A. Russell, Pastor. I i iiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiuiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiin iiiiiiiiiiiiimi G



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THE MIAMI TIMES, Friday, June 20, 1969 11

Fascell Discusses Ways To Defeat Crime I

Congressman Dante B. Fas- sty can frontally assault the program of the Chamber of
cell, who for more than two "odious octopus" that Is organized Commerce of the United States
,,, i t Y years has led the Legal and crime. originating In Washington, I
j y ta Monetary Affairs Congres- "What's the Issue?" is a D.C. over the mutual broad-
sional Subcommittee in an in- weekly public service radio casting system.
A depth study of the fight against
organized crime, comments
on the threat of syndicated Murder Trial Of Teacher
: crime to the American people, I
r, on "What's the Issue?" Fri-
__ day, June 20, between 6:40: Starts
__ a.m. and 9 a.m (EDT) over
WOCN, Miami, on the morn- Opening arguments began Mrs. Thompson, 28, an art
__ ing newspaper of the air. Tuesday in the second degree Instructor, is charged with
murder trial of Mrs.Demetra shooting her husband, Law-
In a penetrating interview, Thompson In the fatal shoot- rence, a teacher at Holmes
Congressman Fascell discusses ing of her husband. Elementary school, on August
the huge revenues of the A Jury panel of five men 19, 1967 in the kitchen of their
mob, the future course of his and one woman,selected Mon home of 1750 NW 89 Terr,witha
congressional study and day, was sworn In before .38 caliber revolver.
charts a way by which to pub- Criminal Court Judge Paul Police officers said Mrs.
lic and the business commun- Baker. Thompson told them her hus-
band was showing her how to
operate the revolver when she
had it in her hand and it fired

Judge Again Denies Ray twice.

New Miami Police Chief Bernard L. Garmire, right, is sworn in by City
Clerk Frank Correll. New Trial
MEMPHIS-Shelby County March 10 to the slaying of Dr. SUMMER DANCEThe
New Police Chief Takes OfficeBernard Criminal Court Judge Arthur Martin Luther King Jr.
Faquin Jr. Monday again denied J. B. Stoner and Richard
L. Garmireform- Creator of the "School Resource delinquency, which he con- James Earl Ray a new Ryan, two of Ray's new law- Liberty Elks Lodge invites -
er police chief of Tucson, i Project," Gar mire as. siders a major problem.He trail. yers, asked Faquin for per- you to its Summer Dance
Ariz., took the oath of office signs specially-trained de- has urged greater understanding The action was the latest mission to go Into an appeal- on Friday night, June 20 at
June 13 as Miami's new Chiefof tectives to work with students, between the public step In an Increasingly com- late court to try and overturnhis 6525 NW 18th Avenue. Time
Police. parents, faculty and mer- and the policemen who are responsible plicated effort by Ray to take May 26 denial of a new 10 p.m. until? Donation: Ad-
Garmire, 53, was selectedby chants in combating Juvenile, for protecting them. back a guilty plea he entered trial. vance $1, at door $1.25.
M. L. Reese, Miami City
Manager, to head the police
depatment for this city of ,
330,000.A .

native of Indiana, Gar-
mire was born May 21, 1915 , \0 {' I "
and attended Indiana University : ,; ,
and the Indiana State Police '
Academy. <'
Garmire brings to his new
Job a wealth of police experi-
ence including two years with :
the Indiana State Police,and 11
years with the Fort Wayne Po- Beat
lice Department where he was I rI
Inspector of Police (Assistant

Chief). | .. "I .,
In 1950 he named chiefof r

police\at Eau Claire, Wis. ,
and hired .as Tucson, Ariz. t1'1
police chief in 1957.

Police Chief Garmire re-
lates his previous experienceto
his new Job in Miami thus; eat.
"I hope my experience (as
a policeman in three other
states) gives me a broader ap-
proach, one which will be acceptable -
here . "

Experience is Just a part ofGarmire's .: ; '. : :
: '..
for :
recipe a suc- ,
cessful lawman He Is an advocate '.> "'" ,!" ,,:i.y:; '

of a well-educated police k;k"

force and persuaded the .. Rr
University of Arizona to opena N4p't
branch campus at the state's
police academy, giving members '0 rr hu
of his department an opportunity -
for a college-level
,11' :
Garmire himself is a visi-
ting lecturer at the Southern
/ s ,,'
Police Institute at the Uni-
versity of Louisville and Federal s
Bureau of Investigation { y
National Academy. He teaches 9< ; rs;s
municipal! police administration 9
for the International City
Manager's Association and is 4el yGk d
a former faculty member
the University of Arizona.

Garmire couples his experience -
and knowledge witha
youthful, modern philosophy.He '.> .
doesn't underestimate the /
danger which his 916-mnnde-

partment is exposed to daily ,' 'r wty y/ A/Y Ij Y
r r r h'f rs/ i
lift r yYY'
"Police work today is a very g
dangerous profession. It re-
quires people who are willing
to go out and put their lives
on the line."


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It r 10 More Family Health { I

rs= osFL C.1 NC Workers Finish CourseThe

Family Health Center medicine was presented theleadership
held its second graduation ,award for his courageous -
w ceremonies for Family Health leadership in de-

r Worker Trainees recently veloping the program.A .
t tY ta outside the 62nd
Street Center well deserved receptionwas
Ten Family Health Worker given for the Family
Trainees received certifi- Health workers following the
cates and pins and became ceremonies.Mrs. .
Family Health Workers. They Lula K. Tharpe is the
are: Mrs.. Beatrice Carter, training coordinator and head
Mrs. Nannie Collins, Mrs. of the training department;
Daisy Fain, Mrs.Delorl. Mrs. Vfteke Stewart is the
.. '" *, Francis, Mrs. Evelyn Fogler, nurse educator and Mrs AnitaJ.
Mrs. Thelma Goins, Mrs.Lo- Smallis the nurslngsuper-
retta Launders, Mrs. Mae visor
. Francis Oats, Mrs. Nadine
., ; Rhymes and Mrs. Hazel Rus-
sell.The CEP Grad Clips
4s invocation and address
were given by Rev. Harold D.
Long, pastor of the Church of Way To SuccessThe
the Open Door In his addressto
the Family Health Workers, Concentrated Employ-
Rev.' Long eloquently explained ment Program is proud to inform -
mat the role they are assuming the public that former
is their calling, and en- enrollee Lewis Ferguson, a
couraged them to use the Model City resident, is now a
training that theyhavereceived. full fledged barber.
He urged the group to go Ferguson, 24, always want-
further in their calling and do ed to be a barber, but didn't
several things; "Listen, with have the required educational
the third ear; be accurate in background; that is, as far as
your reporting; put a little of the state of Florida is con-
+ VkF yourself in your work; be cerned. However, this did not
warm in your relationship; go stop Direct Skills Training
far; may the wind be at your Supervisor Barbara King. She
back and may God embrace found out that Lewis had com-
s you". pleted 1,000 hours of barber-
Recognition awards were ing in New York, but In Florida -
given to the following individ- a total of '1500 hours Is
uals: Dr. Lynn P.Carmichael, needed. That's. where CEP
Family Health Advisor and came in.Ferguson.
Director of Family MedicineattheUniversityofMiami has been able to
secure his additional 500
was presented a pioneer hours. He took the test at the
award for his persistent ef- Florida Sanitation Barbering
7 3 forts in creating the program; Agency and passed with flying
c 4 Z'w Dr. Thomas L.James,project colors He is now employed as
director Dental director of the a licensedbarberearning$120
} rt i Family Health Center and as- per week.
sistant professor of the Divi- This is the kind of success
Ti sion of Family Medicine, was CEP is proud of.
Y f awarded the service award for .,
t E. ; his persevering efforts in con-
tinuing the program; and Dr. ......... ..
George A. Simpson, medical r..G TO H R.Ctr.1
Standing: Left to right Mrs Beatrice Carter, Mrs. De- Mrs. Anita J. Small presenting Leadership Award to Dr. director of the Family Health : SUNDAY :

loris Francis, Mrs. Daisy Fain, Mrs. Loretta Landers, Mrs. George A. Simpson Center and assistant professor .:.........................&.
Hazel Russell, Sailed: Left to right Mrs. Thelnu Goins, Rev. Harold D. Long giving address and invocation. of the division of family
Mrs. Evelyn Fogler, Mrs.Nanie Collins, Mrs.Nadine Rhymes, View of outdoor ceremonies.SHIP .
Mrs. Francis M. Oats

Mrs. Lula K. Tharpe presenting pioneer award to Dr. LynnP. WRECK DANCE -
Carmichael. The Parish Guild of St.
Agnes Episcopal Church pre-
sents "A Soul ShipwreckDance"
Mrs. Vibeke S. Stewart: presenting Service Award to Dr. !
Thomas L. James. Friday, June 27 at 10
p.m. in St. Agnes Parish Hall,
1750 NW Third Avenue
Free XRaysMonday

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Wednesday, Culmer EOPI,490
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THE MIAMI TIMES, Friday, June 20, 1969 15

I I Burrell Reports On Black Business I I

WASHINGTON, D. C. nessmen have never benefited Burrell, spokesman for 10-, said, "we not only attend Burrell reported that SBAI solution of the plight of ml-
"Without doubt, Governmenthas from substantial government 000 black businessmen, was meetings, conferences and s currently failing to step into norty businessmen is the ap-
the responsibility of eas- subsidy as has others. He Invited to appear before the hearings, but we also provide the void for aid to black management : propriation of large sums oi
ing social pressures where cited, . oil depletion allowances Bible Committee for his ap- specific technical assistanceand with technical assis- money by the Congress. He
business fails.Government or investment cre- praisal of small business in guidance to our constituents tance funds. He said, "In re- said, "The program should:
should work with the business dits,nor has itblackbusiness( ) America, and particularly to ." cent months SBA has providedus consist of three efforts,namely -
community that needs and polluted either our air or our give a status report on black The League's leader reported with a hearse instead of an ((1) Direct loans and boat
would welcome its subsidy for water. We are about to elimi- business. He stated that the that there are 85,000 ambulance." guarantees, ((2) Technical and
the good of the nation. and nate smoke stacks and blacks problems of small minority black owned businesses in He advised Senate leaders Management Assistance, and:
that business'is small and never owned one, yet all of the businessmen of the countryare America with sixty percent that the first step towards the (3)) Contract Procurement.
black!" Berkeley G. Burrell, air polluters are rich indus- legendary, In.linlybecause found in beauty and barber
president of the National Busi- trialists who can now afford a of color. He said, "for generations shops, restaurants,dry clean-
ness League, told the Select social conscience!" He con- majority America ers, car repair and grocery
Committee of the Senate on tinued, "Gentlemen, there are pretended that neither theyb stores. The average age of
Small Business today that no black citizens receiving ( 1 a c k s) nor the people they black owners is fifty year sand
Government seemed to over- $100,000 from our governmentin served existed." their educational level is
look those who genuinely seek subsidy money for not grow- Referring to himself as Ombudsmen twelfth grade. Theygrosson Ji
its assistance.He ing cotton or other agricul- for the black and de- an average $27,000,and geta feo99 .
reported black busi tural products!" prived businessmen, Burrell net return of$7-8,000. :

by Joe Black

I I IRS To Track Down Deserting Parents I

Deserting parents of child- are not making support pay- then searches the records ana cause to stop public assistance Ever since I was a small boy the word"quitter"
ren receiving public assistance ments required by a court of furnishes the Department, payments. ,
will find it harder to if a petition for support has within about ten days,the home Previously the Department had a bad meaning. Calling another
escape responsibility for their been filed with the court. address of the deserting parent worked with the S 0 c fa 1 Security -,.kid.,:a quitter was a sure invitation to a rap in the
needy children because of pro- Now, based the at the time the last Income Administration (SSA) mouth. Today. . there's a new word that means
cedures started in May by the upon requests tax return was filed. District office on locating ab- "
from social workers almost the same thing as "quitter. That wordis
State Department of Public With the possession of this sent parents but it involveda
Welfare. the Department requests helpof address, the social worker manual search of records "drop-out." It's used to describe thousands of
the Internal
These procedures make Revenue Ser- then works toarrange for child and handwritten completion of young Americans . who just up and quit when
vice IRS
( ) weeks in
possible the location of deserting every support and stimulate an interest required forms which took the school
going rough at
locating absent parents. gets or on a job.
parents who cannot in the children on the about six months for a reply.
otherwise be located if they IRS, through automation part of the father, if possible. SSA also was able to furnishthe Of course,quitting is a cinch! You just walk
Refusal of the parent with Department only the placeof away I And for the time beingyou're the boss.
whom the child is living then employment of deserting g Your own man. Free as a bird. And you've got
Youth Hit With Selling to initiate legal action, is parent.ATTENTION. something going for you. You're young. And

because you're young, people excuse a lot of

Marijuana To StudentsA things. You don't beat up a baby for breakinghis

bottle. But old father time soon comes along

19-year-old white youth, away when he saw Askew ap- swinging his scythe. You get older. People stop
reportedly caught with a $10 proach, the officer testified. feeling sorry for you . stop trying to under-
bag of marijuana, was bound The car was stopped and the If You're From stand you. And then it hits you. You're unedu
over to Criminal Court Thurs deputy said he found the bag
cated. Trained for but
day for possession of narco- with soma marijuana in it on nothing being angry.
tics.Sheriffs the car seat; he placed Sharp Georgiaor For the first time you realize you haven't
Deputy DonaldAskew under arrest. changed the world at all.
told Peace Justice Syl- Sharp entered a plea of not Sad picture? You bet] Because what youdon't
vester .Adair that George guilty and refused to mike a West Florida
do for when'you're in
Franklin Sharp, of 9752 SW statement to the court. Adair yourself young, the
190th St., is suspected of selling continued a $1,500 bond that way of training and learning and education,
to school children. The had .already been posted for you just can't make up in that short time ahead,
youth was picked up in the Sharp. .. . You entitledto
parking lot of the Allapattah .........................'. are when you're older.
Lounge, in Goulds. .t. CO; TO CHURCH f Sound like corn? Most real-life things do.

Sharp, who was talking to :.\ 0 '.SUNDAYJack's .' ..: Death ,!But while you've got your youth.. .you can turn

two black youths,tried to drive ......,......-..'o!" !'" .....: Special things around. But you've gotta have guts. Be-
cause it's a lot tougher to drop back IN than it

BenefitsFor was to drop-out. Think about that and remember -
: what that old philosopher known as

'MR.? JACK'FOR "Anonymous" once said. "Grab onto life when

further information you're young. . 'cause you're not going to pass
STYLES FOR ALL AGES this way again."

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16 THE MIAMI TIMES, Friday, June 20, 1969 UI.n III "J

I I Robert Ingram Was First Black Motorcycle Cop_ wimYM MtMMMtlfllMttaBMMiaaiiaMiM amiili in I I

The way Robert Ingram will stand. Badge," an all-out effort to to impress upon people isthata
looks at life, If you don't playin So he looked around,studiedthe recruit more Negro policemen police officer is here todoa
the ball game then you'veno situation. And then Joinedthe particular Job, Just like a doc-
chance to help determinethe City of Miami police department Officer Ingram tells why he tor or a lawyer," Officer In-

score or how the game He's glad he did! Joined the department gram said.
ends. The 10-year-veteran is one "Look, I live here. This is "You have to do your Job,
But the 32-year-old fatherof of about 69 Negroes on the 670 my community and it's my that's number one. But the
two wants to have a hand in man department.At country. I like both my com- image you project must be one
the outcome -- of what will present, the City of Mi- munity and my country and the public can admire. That's
finally happen, of how things ami is engaged in "Operation that's why Pm here," he ex- also very important"he wenton.

plained earne:tly. .
"If I can assist my commun- "Police work is a young
ity, then Fve done someth ing. profession and it's beginningto
"I can say I don't like the be recognized as such.
way things are going. But it's Young as far as techniquesare
\ like a football game. If I sit on concerned."I .
\ the sidelines and don't play," think any man who has a Mll ''r .
contribution to make to the police -
Officer Ingram said, then Ican't -?
department can be an asset -
anything about the
Iv transition and I
In this
score. I can't change anything -
." feel I have a contribution to
HVoa ut "
Officer Ingram is a memberof make.
the police department's 33- Officer Robert Ingram is 4L
man motorcycle squad, whichIs harried, has two little girls
often tabbed the "Marine -- another man with a badge
Corps" of any police force. and an Important job to do.
the elite known for What have you been doing
They're .. . ,. .. ...
their esprit de corps.A lately? -
far from when he toil -
t 3 ., ,I Aar ed as an orderly in the emer- FRANKLIN'S CARPET
ward of Miami hos-
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the pay Just out of the ser-
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would like to extend our congratulations to Eloise Tayloron I Y
her upcoming summer vacation in Europe.Eloise is 15, and waitress in a Miami
an honor student and senior at Notre Dame Academy. She is drive-in was critically wounded \
the daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Clinton Taylor of 1017 NW 65th Sunday when she was shot 'S :
St. four times. Police Jailed the .

Although her trip will be filled with fun, excitement, and man she lived with on a charge
endless lessons of meeting different people and different societies of aggrevated assault, then
Eloise will be confronted with studying and learning learned that he was wanted by
about government workings and cultural centers of European the FBI.
countries. Miss Taylor is a member of the Foriegn Study Lea- The victim, Mary Anne Con
gue, which is a program of comparative government and cul- nors, 27, of 1575 NW 81st St.,
ture exchange. Eloise will receive scholastic credits in her was reported in critical con-
participation in this program.On dition at Jackson Memorial W'it
June 26, 9 a.m., she will leave for New York where she Hospital. Detectives said she 6
will then fly to Rome, Italy which will serve as a base while had been shot once in the chest,
she tours Salzburg and Innsbruch, Austria and Munich, Germany once in the leg and twice in a

in July she will head for Holland, Paris, France, and the buttocks. iAWeCarry
Switzerland for more study, followed by trips to Belgium and When police arrived at the
other countries. In August she will go to London, England for Ross Drive-in at 1300NW54thSt.
some excursions and still more study and then from London ., they found owner Henderson Brand Name
to New York. Ross holding a gun on Ed- Carpeting

We hope Eloise will enjoy her trip. ward Brimberry,28,who lived -'
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Williams as Alicia Bryant and Lorraine Reddick watch. Andrea Erwin, "Best All Around" and Kenmith Smith, "Most Gentlemanly."

Alpha Gamma Chapter, Alpha Pi Chi Sorority, Inc. held its "Miss Torch- '

ette" Ball at International Holiday Inn, Miami Springs, Sunday, May 25, 1969.
Miss Alicia Bryant was crowned "Miss Torchette", Miss Lorraine Reddick
,,' was first runner-up and Miss Dorothy Bullard was second runner-up. ''\
The annual scholarship this year was presented to Miss Deborah Adder-
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TIMES. Friday. . ..

ANY QUESTIONS ? '' "" Want To Move?

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ASK US [URBAN LEAGUE Call Operation Equality

What are some summer How do I find out about -
{recreation programs in the training? Mr. M. 0. leap Miss Carolyn Boston, fair ready for the summer rush. mer while school Is out and open from 9 a.m. to 5 p.m.-

coconut Grove Community? LEAP is housing specialist of the Urban Miss Boston said, "We are people have more free time, Monday Friday. We will give
an Urban
activities. League League's housing program aware that many families de- because of vacations Our office assistance to black people who
Mostly that
|( F. program prepares young Operation Equality, is gettingMr. cide to move during the sum- at 6740 NW 15th Avenue Is are Interested In open-housing
Mrs. P. men for good careers In the "

At area schools there is a building trades by training and opportunities"This assistance ranges
[booklet available called'Things placing them
as apprentices.Call from having Operation Equal-

I It To lists Do the In scheduleof Coconut 551 Cal Jennings at 758- Spend Summer Time With Citizens ity volunteers locate vacan-
Grove. or stop by the LEAP of- Corpshome cies in apartments accordingto

activities including swim- fice at 1112 NW 62nd St, for your needs, volunteers es-

ming, summer school,lessonsin further information.Does Bill Miles, coordinatorof making, legal servicesand volunteers to tutor subjectsas corting people to unfamiliar
arts and crafts
sports, the Urban League's Citizens recreation. reading and arithmetic. neighborhoods, if they wish,
and other activities
dancing the Urban League Corps program, said, "Col- and checking on housing discrimination -
available in area parks and Family Planning Program lege students, who are home Citizens Corps volunteersare Another project is with the when It Is suspected

schools. Schools with summer have an office? Mrs. R. S. for the summer and have some presently working with 18 Florida Council onHumanRe- In general, advice and

programs are George Wash- Yes, at 4638 NW 27th Ave! spare time they would like to local organizations. lations, where volunteers have housing tips are available, no

ington Carver High and The director is Mrs. Evelyn put to good use, are neededas The Carver Branch of the been canvassing the commun- matter what your personal
I Tucker Elementary YMCA has volunteers instructing
Francis S. Wright Family Planning Pro- Citizens Corps volunteers." ities of Coconut Grove and housing needs may be."
and centers with classes In ballet
| Parks gram has several main Citizens Corps is designedto South Miami to obtain the The office telephone Is 691-
summer programs are Grand one being to inform provide the circumstances dancing, art, Judo and karate, names of small businesses 3811. The other three Operation

| Avenue Park, Virrick Park, people of the methods and ser for volunteers to work with games and other areas ofrec- owned by blacks for a "Buy- Equality offices may be f*.

Southwest Boys Club of Miami, vices available for having social service agencies and reation. Black" small business direc contacted by phoning 6818182In

and Coconut Grove Youth Cen their similar assignments Home for Qpa-locka 448-6268 In Coconut
children on a planned using Parkway depen- tory. -
ter. basis. The phone number is their time, energies, and dent children has volunteers Grove, and 633-3900 in

633-2573. 'skills in such projects as community assisting in music education, Anyone Interested in becoming AUa ).ttah.
Can you tell me the boundaries organization a Citizens Corps Call Miss Boston for an appointment
of the Model City area? tutoring; both in voice and Instruments.
also in health servces daycare volunteer may call Mr., Bill to discuss yourhousing
M. F. H. How can I join the Urban consumer Several schools are using Miles at 377-3681. needs.
Northwest 79th Street on the League? Mr. A. S.

north, North-South Expressway Mr. S., we have mailed you

on the east, Air Port Ex- an application blank. Just fill A CALL TO ACTION

pressway on the east,Air Port in your name and address and I

Expressway on the south, and send a $1 membership fee.

Northwest 37th Avenue on the Welcome to the Urban League The National Urban League has submitted to President Nixon above the purely vocational. .

west. recommendations on the urban and .racial-..-. .crisis.._-. The change of environment and wholesome surroundings,
coupled with supportive services such as dental and healthcare
In its totality, this document is a summary of every racial
has registered high rate of rehabilitation. The valueof
issue in America and possible solutions. For this reason, we
this should not be overlooked.In sum, however, the National
would like to share with our readers the Urban League's position
Urban feels that In order to support continuation
League any
I Palmetto' on the problem that confronts every black American --
High PackageRepresentatives racism and the effects of racism. of the Job Corps,it should required to assume at least some
responsibility (1) follow-up services and(2)placement,whichIs
Because of the length of the recommendations, "A Call to
of 20 Mr. Dean said the now In the hands of the Employment Service.
purposeof Action" is being printed weekly in six parts. Today's articleis
groups met on June 9 to com- the meeting was to "pull the third in this series.

bine all recommendations and together all recommendations Job programs within the private sector have met with vary- SMALL BUSINESS ADMINISTRATIONWhen

reports on the Palmetto High relative to the Palmetto High ing degrees of success. The Work Experience and Training

issue into one report for presentation issue and condense them in one program (WET), directed toward welfare clients,has failed to the Small Business Administration was first createdit
to the School for to the gave great hope to small businessmen that for the first time
Board. report presentation meet its established goals and is being phased out in favor of
special effort was to be made on their behalf by the Federal
Elvin Dean Urban School Board.A
League the Work Incentive Program (WIN). WET failed largely In its
staff Member, served as mod task force was formed to inability to provide work experience and training resulting in Government. Until recently, however, performance of the

erator o: the meeting, which edit all the proposals.The entire regular Jobs. agency was characterized by excessive rigidity and lackluster
action. Established procedures frequently worked against the
included representation from group will meet again The reasons for this failure are likely to plague or seriously
the Welfare 16 to the task best Interests of the very group they were designed to serve.1
Rights Organi- on June study hinder the progress of WIN. Most of the public assistance re-
zation, Concerned Parents of force's recommended report. cipients In the program were female family beads who were Having created high expectations, the agency's delivery of

Palmetto, EOPI Legal Ser- Members of the task force handicapped by the scarcity of child care centers. services proved woefully Inadequate.
There has been a marked change: however since the appointment -
vices, Liberty City Community are Mrs. Alberta Lingo, Ber- Adult males on public assistance In the program usually ,
of administrator Howard Samuels who
the current
Council, American Federation nard Dyer, Ralph Lloyd, Mrs. faced more than superficial obstacles to employment in urban ,
Innovation and Into the and In the
brought creativity agency
of Teachers, South Marcia Draluck, Dr. Tanner, areas.
demonstrated how effective SBA can be given ener-
Dade Political Action League, Mrs. Gladys Taylor, Richard The future of WIN is further Jeopardized by the inclusion of process
Still his tenure has been too short to permita
getic leadership.
and the area council of CND, Gillespie, David Days, and punitive measures within the program precluding provisionsfor ,
full evaluation of current procedures a final determination
Liberty City and Brownsville. Mrs. Eufaula Frazier. training and reliance on "make work" situations viewedas ,
of the extent to which an unreasonable amount of paperwork -
than abject poverty.We .
more degrading
Is still required,or an adequate assessment of full availability
recommend Immediate review of the guidelines govern-

UM To Work With Families of ing (1) the program's administration, (2) eligibility require- The National of technical Urban assistance.League urges a full-scale review of theagency's
I ments and(3) work experience to be gained with a view eitherto
administrative regulations and the procedures established
abolishing the program or a complete change In its focus
Head Start Children and objectives. RURAL to ECONOMIC Implement DEVELOPMENTThe its mandate.

National Urban League considers rural economic develoPment -
The UniversityofMlamihas nity Research centers SPECIAL IMPACT FUNDS CONCENTRATED EMPLOYMENT
received a two-year grant March. Funds for these studies PROGRAM as essential any balanced plan to overcome poverty -

from the Office of Economic were provided by the Cen- ,.both for its own. sake and for its Impact on overcrowdedinner I

Opportunity to work with families ter for Urban Studies througha Special Impact funds were authorized in a special programto cities It does little good to raise employment standardsof I

of Project HeadStartand Ford Foundation grant and provide "labor costs for physical rehabilitation of neigh living In the cities if new floods of migrants pour In from I

Child Opportunity program continuing support will be borhood facilities and other necessary specific services and an economically devastated countryside.

children throughout Greater given as required, said Dr. costs attendant upon Improving the employability of the un- Recognizing the needs of rural areas, particularly in the'

Miami. Carl E. B. McKenry Jr., director employed and effecting their placement on Jobs." Experienceunder South, and bearing in mind the historical effectiveness of such

The research project will of the Center. the provisions of this legislation is limited but it ap- agencies as the Tennessee Valley Authority and the Rural

be coordinated by the UM Center Ninety families and 150 pears to have been effective. Electrification Administration, we recommend the establishment

for Urban Studies and In- children will be involved in- Approximately 60 percent of the funds for this program, of a similar agency to stimulate and coordinate the economic

ital funding of$86,010 for the itally, noted Dr.Wohlford,who however, were diverted to the Concentrated Employment Program development of rural areas in the predomlnatly rural

first year has been provided said appointment of a full-time since their use was virtually unrestricted were spentIn states. At the outset, emphasis should be placed on the establishment

through the Head Start Officeof administrator Is planned. a variety of ways, most Involving ne ter training nor em- of black-owned cooperative farms with the full sup-

Research and Evaluation. The participating parentswill ployment. Until such time as a clearer assessment of activities port of trained agronomists and other specialists and the establishment -

Beginning in the fall, the be invited to attend either Is possible, and until objectives and procedures are clari- of food-processing plants and similar enterprises

project will aim at changing of two eight-week sessions,to fied, we feel that no further expansion of this program should indigenous to a rural setting
parental attitudes and behav- be held at the parents'conven- take place.

ior through participant group ience. Divided In small INNER-CITY ECONOMIC DEVELOPMENT

methods which coordinate the groups, the participants will JOBS PROGRAM NATIONAL ALLIANCE OF BUSINESSMEN

learning experience and emo- meet under the leadership of Overall results In the JOBS program, spearheaded by the Within the urban society, and operating upon the premise

tional environments of the a pair of trainers UMgrad- National Alliance of Businessmen(NAP),and Ivolvlngoptional that an Integrated society Is our ultimate objective, the Na

children at the neighborhood uate students and field work- use of Labor Department "MA-3" and MA-4 contracts for tional Urban League advocates the establishment of opportunities -

centers and at home. It will be ers from the Head Start and reimbursement of the employer, very widely. Although the for black entrepreneurship designed render Negroes

conducted at, and with the cooperation Child Opportunity programs. program Is new, problems have already appeared at the levelof immune to further exploitation even by black people.

of, Project Head the employer, the Employment Service and the employee. To do so will require extensive assistance from both the
Start of the Dade County school I "Any writer in the world In general, little Is known of the nature of the Jobs offered public and private sectors. The joint effort of the Department

system and the Child Opportunity you want to go" outside of the approximately 40,000 for which there are Labor of Labor and the National Alliance of Businessmen in attacking

Research Office of the ii rim COfT Department contracts. These range in pay fran$1.60 to $5.00 the problems of the hardcore unemployed Is an example

Economic Opprotunity Program AT per hour and In occupation from dishwasher to Janitor to tech- of the kind of public-private partnership required. A similar

Inc. NO MOKE nician. In some cases we wonder how a subsidy of $3,500 to Joint effort must be established for the sound economic de-

Dr. Paul Wohlford, assist- $5,000 can be Justified and In others we are greatly Impressed velopment of the ghettos. Neither the public nor the private

ant professor of psychology, with the caliber of the opportunities made available. sectors can be expected to do the job alone.
TUYEL lump"Your A comprehensive for the economic
will be prlncl Investigator plan development of the

of the project, with Dr. Her- JOB CORPSIn ghettos should draw on the full tax, credit and subsidy powers
bert associate Neighborhood Travel of the Federal Governemnt to Induce the participation of
M. Dandes, .
professor education serving'as Agentt"A respect to the Job Corps, it could be argued mat the !higff private Industry and should allow for full ownership by blacks

associate investigator. near to you a* your cost ($8,000 $12,000) per trainee is a distinct liability and once a given enterprise has become competitive The Fed-

Preliminary studies for telephone. Give u.7543517.a call. there are questions whether the training available provides the eral Government should also conduct an extensive program of

WE DELIVER. trainee with skills that enable him to encouraging private industry to off branch
the project have been con- 6105 NW 7th Avenue compete on the open spin operations
ducted at two Head Start cen- Cho. C. North, Manager market. But It must be said that the program has made it possible (retail outlets, small parts manufacture, etc.) in the ghettos
for ,trainees to receive much (next week WELFARE
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20 THE MIAMI TIMES, Friday, June 20, 1969

I 11] ] th Episcopal District Lay Organization To Hold SessionBy Kazah Celebrates

Bernice S. Henderson Tallahassee, June 25-27, with strongest and best organizedlay has toured the state and met
Bishop G.N.Collins,presiding organization in the connectional with all conference presidentsin Jubilee DayOn
Tallahassee State Presi- prelate; Rev.I.D.Hinson,host diocese. As we move the interest of this great
dent, Selmo Bradley is call- pastor; Mr. Russel Stephens, forward into this session, we session. Many factors enter Sunday,June 8 the Noblesof In addition to the presentations
Ing all state, conference, dis- conference president Mrs. do so with a faith and under- into making this one of the Kazah Temple No. 149 and that were made at the
trict, local church officials Annie Brown, district pres- standing that hold the 'moral greatest state gatherings heldin the Daughters of Isis Court church the Nobles and Daugh-
and every Florida layman to ident. elements of all the confer- the 11th Episcopal District No. 117, had the pleasure of ters proceeded to go to the
be in attendance at the Twentysecond -, ences together. Each repre- Lay Organization. This will worshipping at the St. James restaurant of past Potentate
session of the 11th The 11th Episcopal District sentative is asked to come be the first state meeting pre- AME Church, where the ser- Persell Livingston, and pre-
Episcopal District Lay Organ- Laymen's Organization com prepared to serve on any com siding over by our president, vice was conducted by Rev.S. sented him with the award that
ization to be held at Bethel prising the beautiful sunshine mittee and to take an active Selmo Bradley who was L. Gay. Prior to the ser- was given to all of the other
A.M.E. Church,VirjtiniaSt. state of Florida is one of theI part in the workshops. elected in July, 1968, at Mt. mon the Illustrious Potentate past potentates.All .
The presence of the Hon- Olive A. M. E. ChurchOr- John W. Dillard,presented the of the Nobles of Kazah
orable Claude Kirk, Florida's lando. nobles of the temple and lead Temple would like to thank all
Dt. Elks To Hold Election governor, is anticipated, Mrs. Juanita Lewis, State the responsive reading that of the Daughters of Isis that
} Other dignitaries on programwill Director of Lay Activities gave a brief history of the"Ju- helped to make the programan
Cards are being sent to is now in Cleveland Ohio be our own Bishop and made plans for many activitiesof bilee Day." The program was outstanding success.
every member of the daughterElks where she will spend her summer Mrs. G. N. Collins,Honorable interest. A Memorial will lead off by a solo by Noble The past potentates that
of Greater Miami Temple Dt.Ellen Taylor motoredto Scott Kelley and several be said for the late Felix N. Robert Wilcox, and following were honored by Kazah Tem
to attend their Mid Year Elec- Key West to hold the elec- others. White who served as state lay the responstvereadfDgawards ple N. 149 Jubilee Day
tion on Wednesday, June 25. tion of the daughter Elks of president for more than twenty were given to the past poten- were Carey P. Bently, (late)
All members are requested Carol City Temple No. 400. Registration will begin years. tates or to the representive Luther L. Bibbs, Zeke Brady,
be on time, the Dt.Deputy will She reported having a fine time Wednesday morning at 7:30, of the past potentate. (late) Roble George, Samuel
June 25. A gala banquet will For more than 11 months, Ezeklal Wallace
make has official visit and and that progress is being Sweeting, ,
close th temple out in time to made by the Elks of that city. be held Wednesday evening, the laymen have missed this After the very short and Interesting and Rudolph Bradley. So to all
\r enjoy a repast. June 25. This is the one big column, but your public relations program the pastor who helped to make this day
The Dt. Ruler has planned social event of the meeting.See director has been dis- Rev. S.L. Gay began his ser- the great Jubilee day we thank
The little folks contest many activities to raise the your conference presi- abled to perform any duties mon which was title "God and
which has been a great fund numerical and financial dents for your tickets. due to a' accident His children" or "Father and you.Noble Robert Wilcox is promotional
raising project is back on the strength of her temple. President Selmo Bradley that left her crippled. His Son." director.
scene and daughters are work-
ing extremely hard to past the
$100 mark.

Dt. Sarah Smalley has returned H
from New York where FASHION CLOTHIERS Inc.

she attended the wedding of ,
her grandson, she was accompanied -
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Harris Loretta is Cohen.beaming Dt. Willie with IS PROUD TO ANNOUNCE

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son who will enter the Dade Jr.
College. Dt. .Arcane Miller has EARL CARROLLas
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July at St. Matthews,Baptist General/ Manager .
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Six Junior Courts received leane Sims, G lend a Harris,
their Charters on last Sunday and Ethel E. Graham.
from officials of Modern Free I
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and Accepted Masons: of the courts are mak- _
World, Inc. Presenting the ing plans for summer fun at
Charters to the Junior Ma- camps In the South Florida 1
sons Courts was brother Ed area Day camps will also be tra
conducted for the
ward Lewis, Supreme Deputy groups
He was assisted by Brother Mrs. Glenda G. Harris Is dssrwts
George Skirving. Miss Olive Supreme Grand Junior Conductress -
Florene Jones, Grand Worthy Mrs. Bettye B.
Matron for the State of Florida Wiggs Is Supreme Grand Jun-
presented the charters to ior Secretary, and Mrs.
the three Junior stars court Dorothy Wallace Graham Is
and she was assisted by Sis- Supreme Grand Junior Treasurer -
ters Anne Skirving, Micha- .


Elks Lodge News 1; :

Many Miamians both the chaperoned by the membersand '
old-timers and the newcomers hosted by >Ir. Williams,
are really not aware of the manager of the Rest. Community .
doings of the Elks Lodges In minded Exalted Ruler W 4 .t
our area. For these reasons Perry has Instructed the trus-
Exalted Ruler W. 0. Perry of tees to convert one of the parkIng -
Atlas Lodge No. 308 has ap- lots into a basketball court,
pointed Brother Jimmie Lucasof with all equipment for use of
Lodge No. 308 to keep the the children of the area. )
Elks and the community; as Special Initiation scheduledfor
well as all brothers and daugh- Sunday, June 29 at 3 p.m.
ters Informed of Elk activi- All candidates and membersare ,
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ties.Liberty Lodge No. 1052 is available at the QUASARS COURT, sponsored by Mt. Zion Chapter No. 76, ALPHA CENTURIANS COURT, sponsored by Carol City
In the planning stage for a new home. Mrs. Ethel E. Graham, W. M.;first row;Sister Ethel E. Gra- Lodge No. 75, Brother George Skirvlng,' W. M.; first row:
home and a modern rest. Jimmie Lucas, reporter. ha, Vanessa Woodard, Sisters 0. F. Jones andAnne Skirvlng; Brother Edward Lewis, James Latimore, Nathaniel Austin,
Atlas Lodge No. 308 Is second row: Karen Martin, Dollle Florence, Jewel Daniels, Area Robinson, Roger Gibbs, Brother George Skirvlng;secondrow
meeting and enjoying a new After Arva Branham, Charmaine Barfield, Arline Ayers;third row : Dominic Gunder, James Howard, Melvin Tooks, Carvel
home and rest at 4949 NW 7th Dive Peggy Murray, Sheryl Spann, Adrian Deane, Emma Daughtry, Rogers, Nathan Robinson, John Harris, Randy Spann; third
Ave. This building at the cost Vernerta Deme U!.. Valda Cole, Annette Abrams. row: Leroy Collier, Arnold Church, Frederick Lee, Leon

of over $70,000 afford the best Into RockpitHenry SILVER STARS'COURT, Sponsored by Evening Star Chapter Armstrong, Henry McClain, EHDemerltte, Paul Bethel,Carl-
for Atlas, Antlers Temple No. No. 67, Mrs. Reatha Whitehead, w. m.; first row: Sister ton Pratt, Paul Wilcox, Gregory Wiggins.
39 and Greater Miami TempleNo. Lee Harris, 25, 2070 Mlchealeane Sims, Sandra McNeal, Lynn White, Sister 0. F. JADES OF THE JEWEL COURT, sponsored by Jewels of the
769. When all plans are Lincoln Ave., was killed Sat- Jones; first row Darlene Sims, Carolyn Sharpe, Karen Tap- Star Chapter No. 73, Miss Doris McGahee, W.M.
completed the asset will be urday after diving off a crane pins, Janice Green, Mary Leeks, Myrtle Cowart, Rosalyn Center Barbara Sanders, Sisters 0, F. Jones and Glenda
over $100,000.At 15 feet above a rockplt lake Shelby; third row: Theresa Ray,Josie Hunter,Juanita Reaves, Harris; first row: Karen Welch, Rosa Bodie,Christine Trapp,
the regular meeting of near Ingraham Parkway and Yvonne Merene, Elaine Hartley, Lona Culmer, Angela Willis, Wynell Turner; second row: Peggy Starks, Marilyn Lampley,
this Lodge, Grand Deputy Earllngton St. in Opa-locka. Darshon Clayton, Mary Daniels. Selda Fox, Pamela Braynoa, Winell Turner, Sandra Blue;
Louis Duty was present for a Witnesses said Harris was third row: Avis White, Gail Rivers, Linda Parks, Jacqueline
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fied with the present staff of dive off the crane. They said
officers until they voted for all he apparently struck his head
officers to remain. after diving as he did not reappear -
Each Sunday at the home,the .
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THE MIAMI TIMES, Frida) Juno 20, 10AO

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I I CARDS MEMORIALS DEATHS I Bertran R. Gllliams of 6323NW22ndCt.diedJunell.He rcF r.n".

is survived by his mother
Mary, wife Jeanette, children


family of the late memory of our husbandand Erskine, Jimmy. Services
father In loving memory of were held Monday at St. Paul

------- AME

who departed this life June 3
Robert Lee Rembert of 255

1967. NW 21st St. No. 28 died June
;! Rest eternal, Grant Him 0 ,
( Lord and let perpetual light 10. He Is survived by his wife
Rosie children Blanche Mel-
:, ; ,
shine upon him. May he rest .;;!k
7t.. ,
vin; mother Irine Scott.He was .r
in peace. ',0 Ii
1. .. shipped to Grand Thomas Fun .
eral Home in Cuthbert, Ga. i" '" :
s Lucille Ervin, wife

? Elizabeth Ervin Williams, LENA E. SMITH Mrs. Jeanette Brewton of
44 Died June 19, 1968. Darnel McPhee of 14940
daughter 3101 Carter St. Coconut
May you rest in peace until we Harrison St., died June 13.He ,
Pamela Ervin
H. 14 the
(Grove died June as result -
meet someday,'somewherearound is survived by his mother Mrs.
granddaughter of auto accident. She
throne. Mollie father Samuel sisters an
God's ; ; j
Robert H. Williams, is survived by her husband
and other relatives. Servicesare
grandsonIN Cornelius; three children
TrendaIva incomplete.
Sherrin; Valarie and Debra;

MEMORIAMIn Lake Rev. Clarence Johnson of :four brothers and four sis-

LAURA IRENE Ester 4100 SW 25th St. ters. Services will be held
memory Friday, 4 p.m. at Triumph,
BROWN who departed this life June 25, Nene died June 31. Survivors include -
Who departed this life 23 the Church of God in Christ.
May 1964. Susie wife Essie Bell; son
1969 wish to express our Gone, but not forgotten. Judge Willie; two daughters Essie Remains will be shipped to

heartfelt thanks and appreciation Mae Clay and Sarah Ann McDonald Chattahoochee, Fla.

to our numerous friends, Pauline H. Johnson Services are incom- John Moses Williams of

and neighbors for the many Thelma H. McGrady plete. 1925 NW 81st St., died June 11

kindness rendered during our CARD OF THANKS at Christian Hospital. He is
Helen Holston
H. Newton Mosely of 11930 SW
period of bereavement. Your survived by his wife Lucinda;
Kenneth Rudolph and 214th died Ser-
St., June 15. five chUdrenJoselilIneSbellaAlfonso
prayers, visits, telephone Earl Higgs The family of the lateMRS. vices are incomplete.
Michelle and John
calls, telegrams, cards, ,
letters, and other acts of kind- --- Mrs. Emma Pyform of Jr.j; three brothers and six
D Y IN MEMORIAM 15650 W. Bunche Park died
ness offered to us the comfort 4 sisters; his step-mother Mrs.
that we needed in order to en- d ,e fQi June 13. He is survived by Ida Williams Services were

dure that difficult period. In sad, but loving memoryof four sons Calvin,Chas,thad- held Wednesday at New Hopep.

Thanking each of you most my dear son _______ deus, HarrylonedaughterMary B. Church.

sincerely. May God continueto v two sisters. Services Allison D. Yancle of426NW4th

bless you richly will be held Saturday, 10:30at Ave., died June 13 at his

St. Agnes. residence. He Is survived by

George A. Greene, son Manassah Wallace of 2211 his wife Lula Mae; a sister

Margueritta Greene, BAIN Green St., Hollywood, died Lenora Square; three bro-
daughter-in-law June 11. He is survived by and
thers James, Henry
who departed this life June 21, his brother Ephrian. Services
Emory. Services were held

IN MEMORIAM 1968.We were held Saturday. Wednesday in the chapel.
who love you sadly miss 6 Jewel Robinson of 7001 NW
Ja sad but William Lane of 6228 NW
loving memory of you as it dawns a year in our 15th Ave, died June 11. Survivors -
14th Ave. died June 10 at VA
s S hearts. May her soul rest in Include mother Lillie ,
Hospital. He is survived by his
peace and may light perpetual M.. father Clarence:four bro
wife Ernestine his mother
shine upon her thers. Services were held :
MAE BELL BELL Monday. Lucy Lane Polite; a sister

Rosa Sampson, grandmother who departed this life June 2 Sarah Allen and a dear friend

9 Retevia and TaJ] Bain, wishes to express their sin- BAIN'S Mrs. Isabell Rahming. Ser-
children cere thanks and appreciationto vices'were held Monday inth

Doris Bain, mother and their many friends for their Eugene Store of 10951 SW chapel.

FamilyIN SPECIALBT/4 SAMMY cards, telegrams, telephone 222nd Ter., Goulds died June Mrs. Mae Tyndell of 1030
calls, and floral pieces. 6 at Jackson Hospital. He is NW 43rd St., died June 11 at
passed on to eternal rest
Thanks to the First Baptist survived by his wife Eula; Cedars of Lebanon Hospital.
June 17 1967 In Vietnam.
MEMORIAM Church of Bunche Park and to three sisters; one aunt, and She is survived by a daugh-
Some think for-
may you are the House of Albert staff for other relatives.Services were ter Mrs. Linith Hinds; a son-

In loving memory of my dear gotten their outstanding services. held Saturday from Mt. Plea- iin-law. Bill Hinds; two grandchildren -
Thou on earth are no more
son sant Baptist in Goulds.
May God bless and keep Michael and Dorothy
But in memory you are with us you.

,,_... As always as you were before. Services for Dessie Williams Hinds; a brother Ripton Davisof
-" From Jamaica two sisters
Mr. Frank Bell and of 123 Shore St., were ; Mrs.
MRS. DILCE C. SMITH Family Agnes Maxwell of Jamaicaand
Mrs. R'lthie Lee Holmes held Friday from the chapel
who departed this life June 17
Mrs. Ida Davis Butler of
He Is survived
1966. and Family by his wife,one
daughter and other Miami. Services were con-
We loved this beautiful rose, ducted on Saturday, June 14

but God loved her best. May I' IN MEMORIAM at Mt. Zion Baptist Church.
her soul rest in peace. jack Everett of 2114 NW 49
In loving and unfading me-
St., died June 3.Services were

Herbert R. Smith, husband mory of our dear father and family of the late held Saturday from the chapel.He CARD OF THANKSThe

and Children ,:, grandfather, MRS. CARRIE ROAN is survived by his wife

thank their many friends Bertie; one son John; one family of the late

CARD OF THANKSThe r a during their recent bereave- daughter Catherine Grlfflan; MRS. ROWENA SANDS

ment, for their kind expres- two grandchildren, two sis- FINDER
family of the late sion of sympathy. Your tele- ters and three brothers. wish to express our sincere

{ L grams, floral designs, cards, thanks and appreciation to our
calls and visits were comfortIng Willie James Ivey of 10335 many friends, neighbors, out-

'-. we gratefully appreciatethe SW 149th Ter., Richmond of-town friends for the num-
ALBERT SMITH. JR. Heights died June 12 at SW
erous cards, letters tele-
pastor, Rev. Bradley and ,
who departed this life June 15, Mt. Carmel congregation and 110th Ave. He was a studentat grams, floral pieces, delicious -
614 1964. Miami Kllllan High School.He food the of
the House of Albert for their use their
efficient services. May God Is survived by his parents cars and all other acts of kind-
Gone, butnot: forgotten.Restin Mr. and
Mrs.Robert Ivey four
bless you. ; ness bestowed upon us during
Vl7 peace. sisters, two brothers and one our hour of bereavement.

From the Family grandfather, ten aunts, five Special thanks to Father
LS Mrs. Louise Smith, mother uncles. Remains will be
ship John Q. Minvielle
S. J. of
t Vernlka Wright and Daisy ped to Vidalia, Ga. for final Saint Mary's Star of the Sea
\ sisters
1 RAHMINGSFather services. Catholic Church, Rev. B. L.
1 ''', \lU MR. IVY WILLIAMS Davis
SR. and clubs
William R. Smith, brother Mrs. Sadie Randolph of 3745 of Bethel AME
\ ,', I and Family who departed this life on June Ernest Toliber of Frow Ave. CoconutGrovedied Church, Dr. H. K. Moore,

it.Jl'#'.' .q 17, 1968. 1926 NW 62nd St., died Jun i June 14. Services were held General Hospital and staff,

..: The blow was sudden, 7 at Jackson Heights Nursing Wednesday in the chapel.Surfs Walter R. Mickens Post and

1 JAMES A. DAVIS The shock severe, Home. He Is survived by h : vivors include two brothers Auxiliary No. 6021 of Veteransof

who departed this life May 22, CARD OF THANKSThe But deep in our hearts wife Lillle; two sons John and I Charles and Willie B. Wynn Foreign Wars, Women's

s 1969, wish to express our sin- You'll always be near. William; two daughters Fran- three sisters Bertha Collier; Civic Club, Regular Deluxe

cere gratitude. and appreciation family of the late Loving and kind In all your ces and Lillie Mae. Serviceswere Eula Williams, and Clara, Club and the Key West Under-

to our many friends and ways, held Saturday at Spiritual Bentley; two brothers-in-law taking Company. May God

neighbors during our periodof So willing to help, so quick to Guidance Temple of Truth and a host of nieces and ne- bless all of you.

bereavement for your cards JOE BROWN praise, in Pompano.Mrs. phews.

flowers, telegrams, visits and Sincere and true in your heart James Van Dyke, Jr. son

(to) those who donated cars.I I expresses its sincere thanks and mind, Gertrude Rossof1370NW Albert Thomas of 3632 William Van Dyke, Sr., son

Special thanks to Father for all the kind expressionsof Beautiful memories you left 67th St., died June 13 in Thomas Ave., Coconut Grove Lesley G.. Pinder, son

Lambert Sands, Saint CeI I sympathy to all my good behind Jackson Hospital. She Is sur- died June 15. Services are in- Archibald C. Finder, son

cilia's Choir and members of j friends and neighbors. Special "May he rest In peace"Mr. vived by her husband Roose- complete. Survivors include Arthur Pinder, son

Saint Marie Guild of Saint j thanks to Rev. H. M. Salmon Ivy, Jr., James and W. velt; one son Hubert, six; two sisters Gloria Tillmanand Frances E. Palmer,

Agnes Episcopal Church and to J pastor of the Salters Dennis Williams, sons daughters Rose Lee, Lois, Carolyn Thomas three daughter
; Yvonne
Range Funeral Home. May C Chapel AME Church. Mrs. Mildred W. Gray and Sharlean, Joyce, Arlene andJune. i aunts Isabella Caddie, Mozelle Geraldine T. Sawyer,daughter

God bless you all. Mrs. Elizabeth W. Russell, Services will be held! Turner and Rosa Richman two Haywood, step
; daughter
Louise Davis, wife and Mrs. Joe Brown and daughters and the entire Saturday at New Mt. Moriah i uncles Willie Thomas aid Ru- Eleanor

Family Family family Baptist Church. dolph Turner. daugbterww Clement, step

THE MIAMI TIMES, Friday, June 20, 1969 23
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National Baptist President Stresses Freedom ----1

Ii!f Of Worship I

I "The Negro church could not accept If they were included Convention, USA, be., the largest organized body of black America and of Western Civilization, and the most Important -
the Invitation of the famed Riverside Church to Join people in the United States.Dr. needs are moral and spiritual. Money alone
I with it in the venture of paying a form of reparations, Jackson is In Miami attending the National Baptist cannot purchase morals. Better houses are important, O
I because It has never been a part of the slave economy; and Congress. Earlier this month, the president and cabinetof but they do not guarantee of themselves better homes.
I because it does not possess an accumulation of material the National Baptist Convention released a strong state- The basic problem in America today the growing moral
wealth, and because it is not committed to a philosophy ment in support of the freedom of worship both at the and religious bankruptcy. When a society becomes bank- ,
of kingdom promotion through materalism., Neither famed Riverside Church, as well as the smaller store rupt it defines its goals in terms of material things. When 0
should it accept any of the reparations that some white front churches. a nation begins to lose its moral perspective the relation '
I churches have concented to pay," said Dr. J. H, Jackson "Negroes in their quest for freedom and for all of their ship between her citizens is defined in terms of economic
I president of the 6,300,000 member National Baptist rights as American citizens, must ''not do it at the expense goals and possessions. Our priorities in America must 1
I or the destruction of any of the basic rights and freedomin more and more become moral and spiritual, so that men

L-s-_-_---_-_-_-'_-----------_- the United States of America, Dr. Jackson said. do not respond to needs out of fear,or establish relation-
'r "The Negro church should not criticize white churches ships that are based on the disrespect of human personality. -
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l who have already decided to pay some form of reparations 1
1 1 in response to the demands of the"black Manifesto." They
1 should not spend their time necessarily, criticizing the II_ -s-------ss-- -s-------e-J
Jungle I 1 black militants whose methods are acceptable to some i r
1 1 1 of our white churches. But, the Negro church has a dis- l See the Lady from the Land of Miracles

Beat I iBy 1 1 tinct First task., it must take some of the blame for the failures SISTER DIANEWill
and sins of the
nation, and recognize that it is mature
DEAN MORGAN I 1 enough to assume basic responsibilities for correcting 1 I"
I.1 1 the evils of the nation both past and present. To sit in 1l read your entire life without asking any
judgment on the sins of the white church or the white community l questions, gives advice on all affairs of life

I-ss- -ss--...s-----s---ss-s--. l alone, cannot, and will not exhaust the potential ll such as Love, Courtship, Marriage, Law
When low-lying Cape Florida ment; they are gone. Others of the Negro church. 1 Suits and Business Speculation. Tells
Second, the Negro church must be aware that it has been you
was filled in, many animals have done better. / Who and When will She failsto
such as the crocodile could endowed with the same redemptive message to which white l you marry. never
church has historic claims, and that is the message of reunite the Separated, cause Speedy and
to the
not adapt new Since grassy areas of) Cape I 1
Florida State Park's road redemption. We do not possess material wealth, but Happy Marriages, overcomes Enemies and
shoulders have developed, the l do possess the virtues and values of the Christian religion Bad Luck of all kinds.
/ that should be shared with all peoples Irrespectiveof TELLS YOUR LUCKY DAYS & NUMBERSDon't
Mrs. Inez C. Thompson of marsh increased rabbits' numbers have race, rank, or nationality Here we do not divide people 1 be discouraged if others have foiled to help you.
100 NW 11th St., died Thurs- correspondingly. according to their wealth or their race but toll
Traffic jams develop as according She does what others claim to do. One visit will con-
day at Jackson Hospital. She the standards of life that have .
they accepted or rejected.
motorists slow down to look at vince you this gifted Spiritualist Medium is superiorto
is survived by her husband The distribution of is that reader have consulted.PRI .
them in the evening. l money no guarantee justice, any you ever
Willie; two daughters Rosa 1 goodwill, and freedom will be shared VATE & CONFIDENTIAL READINGS DAILY
Jackson and Joanie M. Kene- These dark brown hoppersare In the third place, the Negro church is potentially able EVERYONE WELCOME
lies Services were held Mon- the rabbits the r as is ;ithe white church to help meet the basic needs of J Hours 9:00 a.m. to 9rOO: p.m. dally
day at the Church of God and only on If ------------------s-ss 14060 NW 7th AVE 6889128SHERMAN
Christ. Cape, leftovers from the days
when most of Cape Florida wasa
They are MANKERWillie
mangrove swimp.
Miss Dorothy Lee Gaffanyof
good swimmers. Now that the
3002 Curtis St., Apt. B
Webb of 1876 NW 69
areas are ,they
mangrove gone
Tampa, died Sunday at Mt. make do on land. St., died recently at a local -
Sinai Hospital. She is survivedby hospital. He is survived by his -
her mother Mrs.Adellof They are not so adept on brother Major. Remains were 1 How

Tampa. Remains were ship- terra firma as cottontails are, sent to Waynesboro, Ga. for I
ped to Greer, S. C, however, if cottontails were final rites.
introduced, the present hordesof Carl Anthony Barker, of Much 1
Jeffery E. Tate of 6715 NW marsh rabbits might become 9420 Little River Dr.,was the .
17th Ave., died Sunday, June Just a memory.:) victim of an accidental drown
8 at Jackson Hospital. He is ing. Carl was a student at
survived by a daughter Marva Blanton ElementarySchool.He .
Johnson; one stepson Frank is survived by his stepfa- Should
both of) Sarasota. He was ship- DIVERSIFIEDPUBLIC ther, Leroy and Elizabeth vM
ped Thursday Sarasota,Fla. SERVICEAND Strickland; five brothers, a
Stukes Ballard of) 1121 NW sister and grandparents.
5th Ct., died Thursday at FUNERAL
Jackson Hospital. He is sur- NOTARY PUBLIC SPECIAL
vived by his wife Lucille; two ANNOUNCEMENTAll
sons Shavers and Bertie; two SWEETING
1 sisters. He was shipped to STANLEY Public Relations churches, clubs, MILTON, Cost? REV A. C. MOZELL
Summerton. S. C. etc. interested in hav-
Mrs. Ireene F. Harris of Consultant ing souvenir programs
1390 NW 58th Ter., died Fri- Theatrical Editor printed must have the Funeral Director General Manager

day at Jackson Hospital. She The Miami Times typewritten or printed
is survived by her husband NA 1-7203 copy in the Miami i How much or how little should be spent for a FUNERAL is a

Hillory; one son, two daugh- 16351 NW 18th Place Times office 2 weeksin question that only the family concerned can determine.
ters. She will be shipped to
Quit tain, Ga. Bunche Park advance to the date FUNERALS are entirely individual, adapted to personal taste,

Henry Harris of 2070 Lincoln Opa-locka, Florida of the activity. preference and needs . It is possible, however, to offer a few de-
St., Opa-locka died Sat- pendable guides.
urday from a drowning. He is
survived by his mother Annie These are:

Mae; four brothers all of Ocil- ((1)) The standard of living to which one is accustomed. To go
Ga. Services incomplete
are -
far above this is misguided sentimentality; to go far below mistaken

Anthony Jones of 624 NW 9 economy.
St., died Thursday at Jackson
Hospital. He is survived by ((2)) The effect on one's future income and insurance policies.To .

his parents Mr and Mrs Leco spend an amount that would seriously curtail the PRINCIPAL and

Jones; three sisters and two thus work future hardships is never good business judgement. (Never

brothers. Services were held leave all yourmoney at the cemetery).
Thursday in the chapel.
A decision made with these points in mind will prove wise and

Mrs Elevena Banks of 227 satisfactory to ALL CONCERNED.Isn't .
NW 8th St., died Tuesday at
Jackson Hospital. She is sur- .. it better to receive the best for a fair price than to pay a lot

vived by her husband and a j for the average?
host of other relatives. Ser- fnrt.1
vices are incomplete. 1) The ALL NEW MANKER-MILTON FUNERAL HOME offers a com-

,I.., plete line of services . Cloth covered caskets from $195.00 . .
Metal caskets from $695.00 . Cemetery charges ($95 at Evergreennot
HOME There are many funeral homes in the Miami
area, but there is only one funeral service.So are located in a low-income area to serve you.
This is inform the
to in your hour of bereavement call . No families turned away. However, we advise families to avoid
public that the
unnecessary expense because sincerity or grief should not be measuredin
Funeral Home is now No deserving poor refused dollars.

temporarily located at of AlbertWhere
the Richardson Fune- House

ral Home, 4500 NW 17th service begins and never ends MANKER-MILTON FtfNERAl HOME


6701 N.W. 15th Ave. Phone 6919151I
1437 691-6102.NW 56th St. Ph: 691.7661 MU 8-3311 23 -P'B01

24 THE MIAMI TIMES, Friday, June 20, 1969


Annual Men's Day a New i
1'1 Rav. A. M,Griffin,pastor
I f.Nt : Cheryl English, reporterThe

Bethel No 1 Ushers' Board

__ I i will have a dinner sale along
with a rummage sale at the

Jtt '/ home of Sis. Bryant Saturdayall

,. I day, 1200 NW 65th St.

), The Pastor's Aid Club will

: meet Thursday, June 19 at the
i ... f' home of Sis. Sheffield. All

1'<' ( members are asked to pleasebe
i present.

IIf ire foil 3n cgI1unI uni1ttui Friday night at 8 p.m. there
f' will be rehearsal for Choir

No 2.Our,

rrr // JORDAN GROVERev. graduates are as follow:
ZION HOPE JIt I Cheryl English, Delores Mit-

: : Patricia Moss, Harold
f Douglas Cook,pastor Rev. Paul Freeman, pastor ,
Foster LaNae
f Eddie Gilbert, reporterThe Bessie Williams, reporter ,
Y.TAMES YI I Male Chorus invites Members of the graduatingclass Bobbie Bryant, Dorothy Jack-

\.. each of you to Jordan Grove on from MiamiJacksonandNorthwestern son, Clementine Welcher,
were present on ;' i Yvonne Johnson,James Jones,
ROLLE LUTHER POWELL this Saturday at 8 p.m. The
occasion is a tea The Rev. last Sunday. Graduates attend- Larry Lightfoot, Mary Allen,

Sunday, June 22,New Bethel Pallbearers shall hold their White will be the guest speaker ing were Lawaada Davis, Al- I Larry Taylor,Shirley Duncan,

will celebrate its annual Men's memorial services here June Brother Nesbitt is presi thea Tate, Rosa Wright, Jo- and Marsha Butler. Visiting
Day We have for your plea- 26. The No 1 and 2 Ushers' anne Miller, and Louis King- k graduates were Evelyn Cul-

.. sure two great speakers. Our Board and the Cathedral Choir dent.The Junior Church will l hon- cade, Jackson; Panzy Hendrix, pepper, Linda Gilley, Deborah

morning speaker is Mr James will render service. or their 11th Annual Youth Dayon Cecil Horton and Michael Doby ___.._.vv___-v'. ___-- Hicks, Gloria Dennis,Corrin-

Earnest Rolle and the even- Please get your tickets for Sunday morning and night Northwestern.There MRS. JULA BIRCH thia Harmon and Vivian

ing speaker is Elder Luther the contest between Rev. The Rev. Holloman will speakon will be a barbquesale . Crowned Queen Brown
Powell Chairmen are Deacon Stuart of St. Mary and our pas- Let us remember to visit
Sunday morning and the all day at the church spon- The general chairman,.,Mrs.
Simeon t and Bro. Charles tor. The contest will terminate Rev. Drain will deliver the sored by Deacons, Deqj: ones- Julia Birch and co-chairman and pray for the sick and shutin. -

Rease. the fourth Friday nightin ses and Trustee Boards for and .
United Order of closing sermon. Mrs. Mildred Coleman
The this month.
On Sunday night, the entire Women's Day. The entire pub- Mrs Katherine Stubbs of

CHRISTIAN church is asked to come out lic is invited to come out and Greater Mt. Zion AME

TEMPLEThe FELLOWSHIP and support our Youth Day. help them with their sale. Church, 5020 SW 18th Street FRIENDSHIP

Brenda Miller is The entire church is to accompany West The general
president. Hollywood. Rev J. E.Jenkins,pastor
quarterly meeting of the Rev. P. S. Brown, pastor The Prayer Band will jour-I I the pastor to New Mt. chairman extends thanks and Ruby Lee Carr, reporterOur

Interdenominational Choir M, L. Nixon, reporterA ney to the home of Bro. and Calvary, Rev. Atchison pastor welcome to the morning congratulations to the

Union Association, Mr. E. Season Tea sponsored by Sis. Merrltt in Richmond on Thursday at 8 p.m. Both speaker Mrs. Gloria Robinsonalso following graduates of our

Ferguson, presidentwillbeheld the adult choir will be given at Heights on Saturday night. choirs and ushers' boards,all to the evening speaker church: Karen Uptgrow,

this Sunday, 3:30 p.m. at the home of Sister and Bro- Persons desiring to go are officers, members, and Mrs Irene Brown and all our Shirley Peterson, Don Jack-

Temple. The speaker for the ther Thomas Blue, Sunday, asked to please meet at the friends are asked to be pres- program guests,also all of our son, Vernon Clark and Gre-

occasion will be the Rev.A.D. June 29 from 4-6 p.m. All church at 7 p.m. ent. visiting guests and friends.We gory Liptrot, we do wish your
Hall of Ebenezer Methodist choir members are expected Remember the sick, shut-
The No. 2 Ushers' Board thank you for your presenceand future educational venture will
Church. The public is invited. to attend and participate.The would like to thank their many in and members of bereaved your cooperation and help be a successful one.

All members of the Templeites public is cordially invitedto friends for helping to make families that made our annual Women's The Willing Workers Club
Choir are urged to attend this unique tea and
enjoy their 8th a suc- With-
Anniversary Day program a success. will sponsor a banquet at the
rehearsal regularly to prepare program. The BTU is havinga cess. Special thanks to the NEW MT.. MORIAH out you and your help we would home of Deacon and Sis Isaac
for the Parentsare series of from
congress. programs Rev. Paul Freeman for the an- have failed. Etheridge Saturday, at 8 p.m",
asked to cooperate. !:30 to 6:30 p.m.each Sunday. Bro. Pittsis Mrs. Julia Birch chairmanfor
sermon. Rev. A. L. Shipp, pastor 8150 NW 21st Ave. All are invited -
Men's Day is Just a little You are asked to please come president. Evelyn Souter, reporter 1969 was also queen for .
over four weeks away. Chair- out .and lend support.The .
your Congratulations to our 14 1968 of Greater Mt. ZionAME Get well wishes are extended -

man Johnson, cochairmanDean pastor and congregation graduates of the church. We Church. Mrs. Birch is queen to Bro. N, L. Lewis in Mt.

and all the captains are wishes to thank Evangelist hope this is not the end but the again for 1969 for raising the Sinai Hospital Our deepest

asking every member to keep Green for her Father's beginning for a higher educa- highest amount of money in the sympathy to Sis. Miry Beltonin
things humming. The women Day message. annual Women's Day rally.She
the loss of her father in
have to do their part for and the sick tion.The
pledged : Pray help crowned of
pastor and members was by one our Jacksonville and Deacon Carl
T. Bonlvy, oldest father of afflicted and less fortunate.
want to thank everyone who attended visiting guest Mrs. Ora Hol- Rembert in the loss of his ne-
the church honored on Father's
was -
Day.He is church trea- gave gilts,brought refreshments linger of Ward Chapel. phew and Sis. Rosa Wilson in

surer and chairman of the OPEN DOORThe and a special Mrs. Julia Birch is the loss of her uncle, Rev
thanks to the following minis- general chairman and Rev. Clarence Johnson
trustee board.
Mrs. Hester Gray, who has Couple and Spares Club ters and their congregations. W, W. Wells is pastor.

ended their bowling season :t, Rev. W. F. Tanner, Rev O.W.
been on the sick list was pres-
ent last Sunday morning. She with a banquet at Holiday Inn "..", Foster, Rev. R. C, Solomonand KELLY'S CHAPEL

is a pioneer member. June 14. There were thirty """. ; " .. .'', Rev. J. E,Brown for help DRAKE Rev. William Butler, pastor
persons present. A beautiful :;;? ing to make the pastor's 16th
Rev J, W. Dunn, pastorN. Marie Carr, reporterWe
dinner served while the anniversary a success.
was ;': ; T, Green, reporterThe the youth would like to
NEW HOPE president of the club presented 'r.. : The pastor isasking the
president of the choir, tell you in this simple way the
church to
all accompanyhimJune
participating members Sister Effie Williams, invite thanks that words alone can't
with beautiful 26 at 8 p.m. to New Hope Baptist -
Rev. W. E. pastor a trophy. ; all members and friends of
Elaine Gilbert First "The Church, Rev. W. E. Sims, say.All
reporterThe place Rolling the choir to their third anni- members are remindedthat

pastor's 6th, 25th wed- Stones", Mrs. Connie Williams REV. W. K. SMIFH pastor. versary Sunday, June 22. The Sunday is World Service

ding anniversary and Mrs. Bonnie North, The Minister's and DelCOIl'S : Choir No. 2 will sponsor a choir members will serve on Sunday. Please bring an extra
church's 42nd anniversary Mrs. Juanita Johnson and Mr. Musical Program the fifth
Union under the juris- the program at the morning offering.
is now approaching rapidly, Timothy Williams; second Sunday at 7:30 p.m. The MYF is
diction of the Seaboard Baptist and evening service. sponsoring a
this event will "The Mourners' All roads lead to the EOPI
crown" Mrs
"triple place
district of which Rev. W. H. Miss Joan Bell, one of our Fashion Show entitled "Wear
terminate on the fifth Sundayin Mary Woods Mr. William center corner of 75th St. and
from Miami Your Thing'
Edward is moderator will l con- juniors graduated onthesecond
June. Plan now to attend, Manker, Mrs. Lorena Manker vene at the Greater New Bethel 7th Ave. this Sunday from 4- Carol City Sr. High on last Sunday August The Fashion
6600 NW 15th Avenue and Dr. Almond Edwards 6 p.m., where the No. 1 Choir
; 'show will
M B, Church, 1981 Lincoln Saturday.All formal,
The annual Battle of third "The will sponsor their annual
Song place SpoUers"
St., Opa-locka. Rev. W. K. Cubs and Boy Scouts semi-formal and sports wear
between Greater New Bethel Mrs. Laverne Boone, Rev. H. Fashion Tea. The public is invited -
Smith pastor and second vice please remember your meet- plus others. The tickets are
Baptist Church and New Hope Long, Mrs. Edith Washingtonand moderator.The ing on Friday at 6 p.m. your $1. The show will be held at
Baptist Church will be held Mr. Willie Fenderson. On June 28 at 4 p.m. Miss
past >aIs now planningfor leaders are expecting you. the Bonded RentalAgency
Sunday, June 22 at Greater The club endeavors to add Florence Jenkins and Mr.CarlW.
each and' every attendant, Brother Tom Raysor is in from 4-6 p.m.
New Bethel, Rev. W. K.Smith enrichment to the life of the a most inspiring program anda Lee will be wedded in holy Jackson Hospital. Sister Nealis The Hallandale Spiritual

pastor, Opa-locka. church by "playing togetheras hearty welcome, beginningon matrimony. Reception will at home. please rememberto Singers will render a musical
well as praying together.; follow at the home of Mr. and
On June 26 at 8 p.m. Rev.A. .
Thursday night, June 26 at visit and pray for the sick,program on the secondSunday
It was a most enjoyable sea- Mrs. Vincent Lee Jr. 1500NW
Moriah ,
of Mt
L. Shipp New
8 p.m. The cI'II'h! will spon- and shut-ins. You are invitedto in July. Bring a friend.
Baptist church will preach at son and the club plans to do 91st St. Please pray for peace
sor a choral prqramconsist- worship with us on Sunday.NEWPROVIDENCE ,
the church. better? and bigger things in the
of outstand-
ing many local and
The pastor and church would coming season -- for the Open
ing participants
like to thank Rev. W, M. Davis Door. Sister Evelyn Butler, chair- ST. PAUL VALLEY GROVEOn

for being our guest speaker on man and SIster Marjorie Per- Rev. T. C. Kelly, pastor

last Sunday. kins, co-chairman. Mary M. Amos, reporter Rev. C. J, Burney,pastor Thursday night Rev. A.
Please pray for world peace, MT.. CARMEL Choir No. 1 invites you to Arsula Edwards, reporterThe Jackson from Millrock M.B.

for our sick and shut-ins Sis. come out and help them cele- ordinance of Church will preach behalf of

Rebecca Grant is still in Mt. The No 2 Usher's'' Board brate their anniversary Fri- be observed baptismwill our Women's Day; on Friday
Sunday mornIng -
I Sinai Hospital. thank each and everyone who GRACE day night and Sunday from 4-6 All candidates are askedto night Rev. Ramsey from

I helped themhaveagreatan- be at ten and Thinkful M. B. Churcnand
niversary. Rev. W, F. Savoy, pastor p.m.You are invited to attend a present bringa congregation.On .

ZION HILL On Friday night the No. 1 This Sunday afternoon the Mid-Summer Sip June 29 at the change of garment. Pleasebe Saturday night the rally

Rev. James Pickett, pastor Choir will have the 12 keys at Sunday School will have a pic- home 0 f Mr. and Mrs.Andrew The on time.Mothers Board and the drawing will be at the home of

Dinners are sold every Sat the church, you are invited to nic at Manor Park from 1 Johnson, 1545 NW 51st St.. Ministers Wives Counsel will Rev. and Sis. R. A. Norton,

urday at the church, to place come. The Willing Workers 5 pm. from 4 6p.m.given by the officers celebrate their 8th Anniver- 1780 NW 35th Way, Ft. Lauderdale -
your orders please call 633- will have their anniversary Promptly at 5 p.m.this Sun- and members of Ush at .
Sunday afternoon are also day representatives of the 1 sary Sunday, 2:45 p.m. Rev.
5685. you ers' Board No. On the fourth Sunday our
0 Nixon and
The Ushers' Baptist Fel- invited to attend. Campus Crusade for Christ The members of the Auxiliary Mt. Olive Church will Women's Day will come to a
lowship Union will be held bere Pray for the sick and shutin will meet with the youth and board would like to thank be P. B. close. Our morning speakerwill
on the fourth Sunday at 3 p.m. and those who have lost adults of the church to talk withus their many friends who helped dially guest invited Everyone to attend. cor- be S i s t e r Knapp.After-
to be some of their love ones. Pray about evangelism. Friendsare make their
all Ushers' are urged to anniversary a Continue in for those noon speaker will be Sister
time. for the men in Vietnam.Rev. invited to come to any or success. prayer Vevet Reddick. Dinner will be
present and on who are sick shut-in and
prayer meeting on Tues- D. A. Bradley, pastor all of these activities. Re- Remember our sick and those who are bereaved., Visi- served after morning worship.
and Sis. Louise McGriffre- 'member: you are always wel- shut-in and for their
day night Let us rememberthe pray recovery tors are always welcome Pray for the sick and shut-
come at Grace.
sick and shut-ins. porter. in.


THE MIAMI TIMES, Friday, June 20,1969 25

Baptist Women Council Close CHRIST MT. SINAI
Foreign Mission Worker To

I Canon T. R. Gibson rector Rev. Cleo Albury pastorB. I

With Large Crowd Antoinette Silva, reporterThe Boney reporterThe
AttendingOn annual Men's Day ob- pastor along with other Visit MiamiAmong

servance was a great success. delegates are attending the
last Friday evening in- Rev. W. M. Davis, pastor of The guest speaker, Mr.Joseph National S, S. and B.T.U. the thousands of ceived permission from Dr.
spite of the inclemcy of weather First Baptist Church of Anderson principal of B. T. Congress in session at St. delegates and visitors to the J. IL Harvey of the National

a large crowd turned out to Brownsville served as alter- Washington Jr. High School John's Baptist Church. pre- city will be Mrs. M. L, Sand- Foreign Mission Board to remain -
the beautiful and spacious Mt. nate. The choir of Mt. Tabor was dynamic in his speech to Baptismal rvices will ers who has spent several in Miami after the closeof

Tabor Baptist Church to witness and a special chorus of Mt the men of the church. The precede our regular 11 a.m. the Sunday School and BTU

the closing of the Bap- Calvary filled the stand and Episcopal Churchmen are worship services Sunday.Rev. Congress.

tist Women's Council for the rendered several selections. to be congratulated for a Job Albury has been invited Quite a mass meeting for
summer months. M r s.Ever- The minister of the evening well done. to Mt. Tabor Baptist to Foreign Mission will be held

lina Brooks and Mrs. Bernice Rev. Samuel Atchison pastorof An eager congregationlistened preach the Deacons' ordi- The Christian people of Mi-

Wright led the devotions after Mt Calvary Baptist Church to the Rt Rev. JamesL. nation sermon Sundayat 3p.m. a ami will have an opportunity

which a large number of min- was introduced.An Duncan,Suffragan Bishop of Choir No. 3 will accompany to hear this woman whose life
isters led in by the pastor of offering of $112 was lifted the Diocese of South Floridaas the pastor. f is a blessing.At .

Mt. Tabor were seated on the by Mrs Pearl Atkins and he pleaded to them to live as Let us visit our sick and the closing session on

rostrum. Mrs. Maybelle Anderson. The brothers of the church. In his shut-ins and pray for them. Friday evening of the Baptist

president Miss Marie White annual message to the confir- Women Council, Mrs. Josephine -

SOUTH DADE NEWS was presented. She stated that mation class the bishop also Love of Mt. Calvary
"it was the closing of the session stressed tIle change of struc- NEW KINGDOM Baptist Church was appointedas

of the council, but not the ture in the Diocese of South chairman with Mrs. Sadie
closing of their work, for the Florida Twenty-two candi- Rav. Torrence,pastor Temple of First Baptist

work of the master must go dates were presented by the 0. Harris:intheprocess reporterWe of Church as co-chairman. They

on.,, She presents the first vice R'v. Canon Gibson in an impressive are our are to announce the time and
pastors installation service.
w of president, Mrs. L C. Mickens ceremony. After the The public is invited place as well as prepare a pro-
who as usual was very instruc- service, the confirmands were Monday gram for a mammoth mass _.
tive. Dr. the guest of Canon Gibson in night with Rev. W. B.Williams
'il i I. G. Pratt spoke for in meeting. An appeal was then
t the Baptist Women of the State the parish hall.Congrats charge; Tuesday night Rev. MRS. M. L, SANDERS made to the many ministers
W. M,Slater and congregation
; Convention Plans. The fellow- to all our high ; present to assist in this cause
in Africa workerfor
as a
x Wednesday Rev Simpson and years
Lr v ship was great and the facial school graduates.Special con-
the National
expressions shown Lord it's grats to our college grad- congregation; Thursday Rev Baptist
C. Smith and and vention. Mrs. Sanders has re-
i" good to be here". The bene- uates, Atty. Theodore Gibson, congregation ST. MARY'SSunday
on Friday night Rev. Milton
diction was pronounced and Frederick Hunt, Moia Bethel
congregation. will be Testimonial
many proceeded downstairs and the former Carol Ann ST. AGNES
Don't forget to pray for the services during the 11 a.m.
where they received gifts and Davis. Get well wishes to Mrs.
sick and shut-in in service. Male chorus will
your prayers
were served. Annie Bullard, David Bullard Rev. Lambert Sands,rector
and Mr Eren Smith Bryley Newton, reporterThe day.
The rug raffle sponsored by
members of St. Agnes
the Ushers' Board will climax
The Secret Pals Soc t hI, C lub, Rev. Clark welcomed the Seniors from
Retires After
65 Friday at the church at 8 p.m.
the first and only club to oper- the local high schools who
ate a day care center in the Rev. Roscoe Jackson,pastor worshipped at the church on Donations $1.

South Dade area, (Mathews Willie J. Beard, reporterOn Years In Ministryand Sunday, June 15. And after the Dinners are sold every Sat
urday at the church for delivery -
Day Care Center) held its' Sunday afternoon, the 10:45 a.m. service a repastwas

annual graduation exercise Male Chorus of Greater New June 22, 1969 will mark the served to the seniors in cakes and call 758-1601.also Cup
June 12 at Mt. Sinai Baptist Macedonia will be in a battleof end of an era in the ministryof the social hall.Sympathy. candy are sold
songs with the male chorusof is extended to every Sunday by the Sunday
Church, Perrine. Mrs Ma- the Rev. Nathaniel Frances School. See
lissa Harris was guest speak- Jordan Grove M. B.Church. Clark, pastor of the St. Mat- Mrs. Dorothy Allen and the Mrs. Adderly or
Mrs. for
This will be held at Greater thews family Lillian Parson,,who McCray them.
Missionary Baptist
Contest between all teach-
er.Those New Macedonia M. B.Church died last Saturday Her
graduating were: Church for 48 years. He is,as re- ers of the School is
Sunday now
Kennon Walker, BernardHeatrice 3165 NW 56th St. They are far as anyone knows, the oldest mains were funeralized from
on please favorite
Randy Darling, Kavin asking the cooperation of the active pastor in South Floridaat the church last Wednesday. your -

Munning, Jeffies Hampton church. the age of 92 and in the Mrs. Marjorie Lucas whose Our sick Sis. Sands Cedarsof
Ushers' Board No. 1 will mother Emma Pyfrom was ,
Windell Harris Michael Mc- ministry for the past 65 years
Lebanon Bro.
sell dinners at the church Saturday killed last Friday. Her remains Carey
Arthur, Johnnie Williams having been ordained in 1904. Christian Bro. Jackson
Adderly -
You call 633-7340 SFley will be funeralized from
Jeno Barrow, Dean Gross may He was married to Miss Hospital. At home are Sis. "
Jeffies Mitchell, Jerone Mit- for free delivery. Margert Jane Dorsett at Key the church next Saturday,June Rebecca Bethel and Hilda
chell Kennieth Smith Antonio Our women's departmentwill West and from this union 15 21 at 10:30 a.m.
a7x'x' q tt Henry. Let us continue to pray
Smith, John Hampton, Keith sell dinners each Satur- children were born.In for all our sick and shut-ins.
Mathews, Barbara Cole, Mar- day that the kitchen is avail- 1942 he married Miss

va Brewton Evangeline Brew- able, from now until women's Lillian Nottage. He built three CORINTHRev.

ton, Alicia Cartwright, Wanda day beginning Saturday, June churches the last being the M.A. Paschal, pastor BIBLE CHURCH

Stroud, Patty Bruton, Carolyn 28.The St. Matthews M. B.Church was Bernice Ector, reporter
Towner Eileen Harris, Sunday School Teachers' located at 361 NW 17th Street the Ministeral Allianr Many thanks to our mem- Bishop E. E. Rahming, pastor

Angela Darling, Rita Simpson meeting will be held Sat- and is now relocated at 6100 and have been a member of the bers and friends for their co- Shirley Cooper, reporterOn

Mrs. Annie Mae. Hagginsand urday, at 7:30p.m.atthehoma NW 24th Avenue. Seaboard Baptist Associationof operation shown on our Fa- Sunday at 8 p.m. there

Mrs. Jeanie Towner are of the superintendent, 1035 NW The Rev. Clark has helpedto Florida for over 25 years. ther's Diy. Special thanks to will be a program in behalf of

the Instructors at the school. 67th St. All adult and junior train such men in the minis- He now retires from the pulpit Rev. J. King of Rock of Ages the widows.On .

Deacon Noah Williams and officers and teachers are ask try as the late Rev Sears, Rev. but not from the serviceof Baptist Church and the No. 1 Thursday of this week

Deacon James Snow, chair- ed to please be present and on Trout, Rev. Tom Taylor,Rev. God. A job well done.A Choir of Valley Grove and the we will render service with

man and co-chairman of the time R. Cox, Rev. H. Brown, Rev. program will be given by Deacons of Mt. Olivette Bap- Elder Thompson and congregation -

Mt. Moriah Baptist Church Cringe, and many others. He the members of the church tist Church. .

Men's Day program are asking LILY WHITE NEWS was one of the founders of the Sunday at 4 p.m. The public is There will be a Musical Tea On Monday after the fourth

for the cooperation of all the Florida Baptist Association invited. the fifth Sunday from 3:30 to 6 Sunday we will be on service

members and friends in their Congratulations to Miss p.m. at the home of Sis. Rob- with Elder Servance and con

endeavor to reach the fina- Mieola Griffin who is a grad- CHRISTIAN CHRISTIAN VALLEYElder inson, 595 NW 49th St., spon- gregation. We Invite you to
cial goal of this year's pro- uate of Miami Jackson High MISSIONARY sored by Sis. Ector and Sis. comeout and be with us.

gram. Rev. W. C, Edcar is the She Is the daughter of Mr.and A. Ford, pastor Robinson in behalf of CaptainNo.

pastor. Mrs. Edgar Griffin, also Rev. 0. D. Williams,pastor Blondie Higgins, reporter 2 of women's day.ANTIOCH. STLUKE
The Rose of Sharon Ct. No. Willie McGruder "better Charlene Crumo,reporterOn 5431 Mayo St., Hollywood

23 of Calanthe held its annual known as Billy" son of Mr and Sunday the youth and Jun- There will be a great musical Rev. P, W.Williams pastor

election of officers Tuesday Mrs. James McGruder. ior choir will celebrate their program this Sunday night Kathleen Streeter, rporter

night, June 10. The following Happy birthday to' David anniversary Rev. R. Calhoun featuring the Five Clouds of Sunday is Men's Day. The
officers were elected: Worthy Screen Jr.Executive. will speak in behalf of Ush- Harmony from Lake City.' Rev. J. W. Stepherson, pastorWe morning speaker will be Rev

Counselor Mrs. Malissa Board meetingwas ers' Board No. 1 and 2. S, C., the Southern Airs of invite you to attend our K. C. Bass of Pensacola Fin

Harris; Mrs. Idella Udell, well attended by the of On June 27 Rev. Williams pompano and the Calvery revival services nightly. The The evening will consist of a

register of Deeds; Mrs. Millie ficers. After all business was will speak at Greater New Fingers of Ft. Lauderdale and Rev. G. W. Warren, evan- musical program Please plarto

Wiley, treasurer; Mrs. SusieM discussed a dinner was givenin Bethel Baptist Church, Rev. the Mother Ford Chorus. gelist. attend the services throughout -

Williams, orator; Mrs. Re- behalf of Mr. Charlie Mc- W, K. Smith is the pastor. The Little Shadows will ap- Special recognition was the day. Deacon Floyd
becca Marshall, Junior direc- Cloud's birthday. Some of his On June 29 the Little Sha- pear this Sunday at the True given for the graduates of our Davis is chairman.

tress; Mrs. Myrtle Simmons guests were Mrs.Lloyd(Jua- dows are rendering programin Church of God in Unity in church June 15. We extend our Please don't forget to Dray
senior directress. nita) Johnson, her handsomeson behalf of the building fund Goulds of Hanlan Drive at 3:30 congratulations to all of whom for the sick and bereaved members -

Also Mrs. Rosie LeeHorton Derrick and lovely daughter drive. p.m. Elder Logan, pastor. came to make this a success. of the church.

Worthy Inspector; Mrs. Linda. please remember the sick Pray for the sick and shut- Our special thanks, to our

Katie Jones, Worthy Inspector Get well wishes to Mrs. Lee and shut-ins. ins. guest graduates.
Please send childrento MT. PILGRIM
; Mrs. Eddie Mae Smith, G u lon, Mrs. Flowers, Mrs. your
Junior meeting on thurs-
recording secretary; Mrs. Adele Hoopler and Mrs.
at 5 Rev. J.W. Everson,pastorWe
CHRISTIAN SCIENCE day p.m.Remember
Virginia Barrow, warder; Jessie Newton all at home. MT CALVARY are happy to announceour
all of our sick
Mrs. Avie Lue McKinnon,sec- juanita McCloud, reporter. Services Christian Pastor's First Anniver-
and shut-ins in
ond inspect All officers and Rev. S, Atchison, pastor Science Churches are open to your prayers. sary which began Tuesday and

members were pleasantly Phyllis Beal, reporter all, and Fifth Church of Christ endiiur this Sunrtav---' -af. .1- r.n .m...
surprised by the Worthy Counselor ST. MATTHEWS Sunday is Women's Day,anda Scientist, 1600 NW 54th St., All are bt-ite .

with a dinner party. Hev. Randall, pastor well planned program is ex- extends a cordial welcome. THANK YOU Continue to pray for the sick

Wynell Turner, reporter pected. The women have tried Sand sometimes gets into The officers and membersof and shut-ins and boys in the
Choir No. 1 will observe hard to be the queen for this the machinery of human re- St. Veronicas Chapter of armed service.

NEW BETHANYRev. their anniversary Sunday year, so please support your lations. But this grinding of St. Agnes Episcopal Church

evening. There will also be a captains. Mrs. Jesse Doles, the gears is eased by the oil wishes to' thank the many ANNOUNCEMENTThe

Robert Walker, pastor musical program sponsoredon chairman. of unselfishness. When love friends who participated in
You are always welcome to Friday.All The chairman of women's becomes an end in itself and C Lord C's will cele-
making their annual tea of May
worship with us at New Beth- adult members are urg- day wish to thank everyone for not just a means towards a 18 a grand success thanks brate their 16th anniversaryJune
any M. B. Church. S.S., 9:30 ed to pay their assessment for taking a part in the baby con personal goal, friction fades again. 29 at Greater St. PaulA
a.m.; morning worship, 11 Men's Day which will be heldon test. The program was a suc- out. Listen to radio station ME Church at 2:30. The
:i.m., evening worship, 6:45 the fourth Sunday in July. cess. WMBM at 1:45 p.m.Sunday to Mrs. Mie Thurston, presi- church is located on the cor-
p.m Prayer meeting and Bible Pray for the sick and shut- Please pray for the sick and "Getting Along Better with dent and Father Lambert L. ner Douglas Rd.and Thomas
class Wt.-' .lesclay at 8 p.m. in. shut-in. Others." Sands is rector. Avenue The public is invited.

26 THE MIAMI TIMES, Friday, June 20, 1969
I Bahamian C. B. Davis Elected

American PresidentC.
1 t} (m" }; " ," "." ,,: '"

... \.. \. FederationElects B. Davis, vice presidentof
Southwest Distributing
W W\;\ / OfficersThe Company, Inc., distributors of
f ,/ Budweiser-Busch Bavarianand
..,.1. "" Bahamian American
beer of Houston
Michelob ,
Federation Inc. held electionof
: } Texas was elected presidentof
fI :,
l ) officers recently The new the National Association of
officers are as follows:James their
; Market Developers at
M Moss, president; Walter Ferguson sixteenth annual conference in
i. vice-president Her-
i.Ii bert Chisholm, general; sec- Washington, D, C.

'"'t '11;' r"v" I !\ retary; Granville GIbbs, financial NAMD is an organization of
secretary; Albert sales, advertising and public
I ce Smith, treasurer; Freddie relations representatives.The .
t. r Bowe, business manager; Lu- association seeks to promote
ther Moss, member of the and exchange information -
' SAN ANTONIO Airman SAN ANTONIO Airman SAN ANTONIO Airman board. an d experiences among
> \ Michael H. Williams, son of George W. Manor m, son of Joyce Love, brother of Mrs. LOVE AND CHARITY'S the various individuals and
' Mr. and Mrs. Henry Sims, Mr. and Mrs. Winston Manor Alice Bannerman, 2115 NW 86 GRAND CONCLAVEA. firms who have major professional interest in this field. IGGOOO'OOOO"'OOOOO'OOOOOOOOO'O"'I'
t 2907 NW 55th St., Miami, has Jr. of 20605 NW 33rd Ct.,Opa- St., Miami, has completedbasic _
, J. Baisden BGWS Gen-
completed basic training at locka, has completed basic training at Lackland 11
eral Grand Accepted Order of
Lackland AFB, Tex. He has training at Lackland AFB, AFB, Tex.He has been assign-
Love & = y.,
Charity holding their
been assigned to Sheppard Tex. He has been assigned to ed to Chanute AFB, M., for 70th Grand Lodge, June 2325in SAWYERS }; ,
AFB, Tex., for training in aircraft Lowry AFB, Colo., for train- training in the aircraft equip Homestead Florida with all
maintenance. Airman ing in the supply field. Airman ment maintenance field. Air-
the host
Williams, a graduate of Miami Manor attended Carol man Love, a 1968 graduate of tabernacles. UPHOLSTERY ,f
. Opening will conveneat New
Northwestern City Senior High School. Miami Jackson
Mt. Zion Baptist Church with :

a program Monday, June 23at : PLASTIC -,; !__
8 p.m. Asking all members of I
the various tabernacles and >
I :
Patrolmen Cleared In Blacks' Deaths: friends to attend. Tuesday at I COVERS t
9 a.m. the District Grand :
.'Worthy Superior will open the : .
FLORENCE, S. C.-A biracial burg confrontation were De- The charges accuse the nine sessions for business.._ I
jury Tuesday quickly lano Middleton,17,an Orange- men of inflicting summary I 9
absolved nine white South burg high school pupil, and punishment without due process SPECIAL i \ ,
Carolina highway patrolmen South Carolina State students of law. Conviction Is I I. .
of civil rights violations in Smith 19 of Marlon VACUUM I I Henry punishable by a $1,000 fine r-r:
the shooting of 30 young Ne- and Samuel Hammond, 20, of or one year in prison,or both. ANDSEWING : -- -- ESAWvEPROP.
groes, Including three who Fort Lauderdale. The trial, which began May MACHINE : J .
died, in Orangeburg last year The troopers one a for- 19, included six days of testi- REPAIR '
The Jurors, including two mer patrolman and the others mony from 64 witnesses.The WE RE-UPHOLSTER ANYTHING
Negroes, deliberated one hour still on te force were defense contended that Clean oil CUSTOM-MADE DRAPERIES
and 29 minutes. They had to charged by the U. S. Justice the troopers fired in self-de- 9 CUSTOM-MADE BED SPREADSWE
consider the case of each of Department after the Feb. 8, fense when confronted by an grid adjust
the defendants separately. 1968, shooting near the cam- attacking mob of about 200 Ne- your
The defendants sat Impassively pus of South Carolina State groes. Lawyers argued that machine or LOW PRICES

as the clerk began College. the troopers were being bombarded vacuum HOURS: 8 to 5:30: MONDAY THRU SUNDAY
reading the verdict Individually That incident, now known in with missiles and your I
for each one, but each ap- civil rights circles as the
some sniper fire. One officer CALL:
to relax hi 5625 NW 7th Ave.
peared as name "Orangeburg Massacre",cli- was knocked unconscious by a
was called and the clerk intoned maxed four nights of racial wooden object. 695-9442

"Not guilty." disturbances started by the The prosecution, handledby OR 693-0808 : 751-2677 696-5467
U. S. District Judge J.Rob- refusal of a bowling alley to Justice Department attor- 9510 NW 7th Ave.
er Martin Jr. had warned the serve Negroes. In the shoot- neys Charles Quaintance and

courtroom against emotional ing, 27 Negro students also. Robert Hocutt, both of Wash-
demonstrations when the ver- were wounded. ington, sought to show the patrolmen -
dicts were read. The troopers are charged not
were sniper
He said, "Youcangotoyourhomes under an 1870 civil rights law fire when they actually IN CASE YOU ARE
and laugh or cry but designed to protect newly started shooting, but acted to
there will be no demonstra- freed slaves. punish the students.
tions in this courtroom."
Killed during the Orange-




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L.J: .'. I )tl: If You Don't Like The Fish

Ernest Hammett, son of Mr. The Work and Play Day Care Center of 16521

and Mrs. Leon Hammett has NW 17th Court, Opa-locka, presented its closing ex-
graduated from Miami Edison ercises and the crowning of the King and Queen on You've Been GettingComeWhere
Senior High on June 14.Beam-
Ing with pride, Mrs. Hammettis Thursday, June 12th. Crowned king was Demetrius
proud of her son who has Lynch and Lolita Bethel reigned as queen. Runnersup -
never given her any trouble were Wayne Stephens and Cassandra White. You'll Be Satisfied

while he was growing. Mrs.
Hammett gives God the thanks
for allowing her boy to grad- Training Jobs Open NowIf
uate from high school and be
the type of young man he is. you have no experience but want to work here is P
Mrs. Hammett believes In the an opportunity to work and new trade. All you haveto
old saying "A family that do is apply for a Job at the Employment Service office

prays together, stays together listed below. 111 '

." ((1)) A NE area employer has a job opening for a garment
OPA-LOCKA BRANCH spreader trainee. The starting salary will be $2 an hour
for an 8 a.m. to 440; p.m. shift, Monday Friday.
DISCUSSIONOpalocka ((2)) A South Miami employer has a Job opening for a
Branch NAACP shop machine repairman trainee. The starting salary is
$1.80 an hour with a raise to$2 in one month. You would
monthly meeting will be held
work from 8 to 6
a.m. p.m. Monday Friday.
Monday, June 23 at 8 p.m. at

Mt., Herman AME Church, ((3)) A NW area employer needs a plastic bag machine
2245 Bunche Park West Dr., operator trainee. The starting salary is $1.80 an hour

Opa-locka.: for a 7 a.m. to 3 :30 p.m. shift, Monday Friday. STORE HOURS
A panel discussion is plan-
ned for you. The speakers will Apply for all these jobs at the Industrial office, Florida MONDAY THRU THURSDAY 8:30 AM 7:30 PM
consist of both adults and State Employment Service, 1350 NW 12th Ave.,Room 280. FRIDAY AND SATURDAY 8:30 AM 8:30 PM
youth. Now is a great opportunity Employment Service offices are open from 8 a.m. to 5
informed on
to be p.m. Monday through Friday.



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r".Centr / Boys Club Serves 270 I

; In, first Year .a ----

One year ago. it was Just an LOUNGES LAUNDRY & CONTRACTORS

idea in the mind of North Dade EARL'S ZEBRA LOUNGE CLEANING J. H. COPELAND
Leonard Usina. 4400 NW 7th Avenue WILLIAMS' CONSTRUCTION
Banker .2939 NW 48th Terrace
Earl Edwards, Prop.
out the 634.6233
To day--rounding Phonel
1 Day Service Alterations
first year of operation -- the t FUNERALDIRECTORS 4842 NW 27th Avenue Residential
Central Boys'Club of Miami Isa 634.9251

full-blown reality. It has Its MANKER-MILTON

own home, a fulltlme director, 6701 NW 15th Avenue A-I LABORNO
and a complete program of

recreational activities. These NDOW SERVICE Agents WantedAgents Driver I FEF Men PAID with DAILY carl,

range from baseball, basket- tt w.. Fork lift, Lathers, Ware-
ball, football, boxing and HENRY'S to sell The Miami housemen. Open 5i30 a.m.
wresting to such Indoor gamesas WINDOW SERVICE Times are wanted all over
pool and ping pong, chess Repair & Installing Florida and Georgia. They A-l

and other table games.It Phone: 635-9869 may be boys 'and girls or EmploymentLow

was vastly different a DRESS SHOPS adults Make spending Fees -No Money'Down,
Write call Mrs. Restaurant, Hotel
year ago, however. A dozen or PATRICIA'S, INC. money. or
more boys of the neighborhoodwere 5843 NW 17th Avenue Davis, 6530 NW 15th Ave., Domestic, Factory

lounging on the steps of 696-3515 6910421. 534 N. MIAMI AVENUE

the Corpus Christi school LORY'S FASHION SHOPS
Matt Walsh, president of the Peoples Liberty National Bank
building at NW 7th Place and 6112 NW 7th Avenue
of North Miami, explains the rules of boxing to two youthful Martin W. Smith
32nd Street when F. M. Kline, members of the Central Boys Club as they square off for a MERCHANTS WHO ADVERTISE IN THE
director of the
executive "
practice bout. Left to right Andre V. Mitchell Walsh and
Sidney M. Williams. Both Club members mydressmaker
are studentsat
on the scene. stocky
Corpus Christi Catholic School, 795 NW 32nd St. The
motioned the idlers club Is situated on a tract Joining the Corpus Christi Catho- THEY ARE COURTEOUS, DEPENDABLE.
with a wave of his arm
over lic Church, 3220 NW 7th Ave.,which is owned by the Archdiocese PLEASE PATRONIZE THEM!
and a ready smile. When the 6026 NW 1th AVENUE
of Miami and leased to the Boys' Clubs o Miami, Inc.,
asked anxiously about reports -
boys for five years without payment of rent. Ladies Exclusives and

that a third Boys' Club _._-- ._._ + ._--,_..__. a .--__-_..__-- Wearat
ne-w.wc.ra- a v Ready to
unit was to be established in .A WE'VE MOVED!!!

their neighborhood, Kline responded ua popular prices & Harlem Cabs
that the reports were See our selection of after Magic City
dresses. Pants and
prom Operating the Service
true. Citgo Station
skirts specialty.
"At first they wouldn't believe are our NEW

me," the executive director Made to fit all sites LOCATION 1501 NW 62 St.

recalls with a smile. C
"They said they'd been told f r NEW 696-6400

that for years without anything NATIONALINDUSTRIAL PHONFDo

happening. They'd believe It BANKof DRIVERS WANTED
when they could see It with Miami
Full time or Part-time
their own

Behind late spring Kline's day appearancethat was a proposal -i, ; T' uti 1965 Chevy Impala super-

put forward some sport.

months earlier by usina,
Board Chairman of the Peoples Two members of the Central Boys Club live through a dramatic 1964 Cadillac Sedan de Vllle you have a SORE, RASH DISCHARGE:?

Group of National Banks. moment In a game of checkers while a third looks on
1965 Bonneville Pontiac
The silver-haired Dean of the with evident interest. Left to right, Raul Santos, of Miami IT COULD BE VD ..

Florida banking world, urged Jackson High School; Gregory Gibbs, Northwestern, and Ricardo Lowest Prices In Town I
Ferradas, Robert E. Lee High. The Central Boys Club, For confidential information and
that a third Boys Club branchbe Come In, See or Call: "
established to serve under- now observing Its first anniversary with a membership of 270 MR. DUFFY 759-4431 free treatment

privileged Central areas of boys, is situated on a tract of land adjoining the Corpus : Phone 377-0341 Extension 152
: -
Christi Catholic Church 3220 7th
Miami the same as the exist NW Avenue.

branches were serving youthIn project rolled along. Radio Truck Company added another Zlg-Zag 1969 ZIG..ZAG'PORTABLE slightly used. No 1350 NW 14th Street, Miami

their neighborhoods.The station WGBS staged pro- $500. attach. needed to monogram,
idea began to move when amateur golf tournament at the As the Central Boys Club overcast, make but. holes,
Catholic Archbishop ColemanF. Country Club of Miami as a, neared its first anniversaryof controls built In. Sews witht
"* 3. needles. Full price
Carroll signed an agree- benefit for the Boys' Clubs. service to underprivileged (?31.00 pr assume
ment making an acreandahalf South Florida's most famous youth of the Central City, olU.54 mo. For tree home AUTO INSURANCE

tract of land owned by the golfer, Jackie Gleason, gave plans were on the drawing demonstration call Capitol
Archdiocese of Miami avail- his cooperation to the charity boards for construction of a Credit Mgr. till 9 p.m. No Immediate SR-22 Filings

able as a site for the new club. event, and $11,000 was realized. badly needed Administration obllg. If toll call collect., Low Monthly Payments

The land lies adjacent on the Of this, $5,500 was allocated building, according to Liberty 949.8124
Bank President Walsh. And
West to the Corpus Christi to the Central Branch .of Southern Florida

Church, and the agreement help cover the mounting ex- membership In the club, DI- GOODMAN & SONS
provided for its use for five penses. rector Granda reported,
years without payment of rent.In has Increased from the PRICE'S KEEN AUTO TAG AGENCY

addition, the agreement Further financial support sprinkling of some 60 boys who SPRAY Same locati m for two generations
granted permission for the has been provided by the Bay signed up during June and July <'?*'

erection of such'Improvements Harbor- Surfs ide Optimist last year to a present membership SERVICE 2688 NW 62nd *T.. Phone: 691-0380

as were necessary,and Club, which has contributed of 270 boys. Club of-

the use of a recreation build $350 a month since January. ficials expect and eventual -I- sws.i
The North Shores Optimist expansion to around 600 mem
ing on church property as tem- Chinch bug control. Guaran.
porary headquarters In the Club gave $500, and the Mack bers. teed. Power spraying Dry COLOR AND BLACK & WHITE TV SERVICE
meantime. fertiliser. 1 Stop or yearly
With this as a starter, sup- MEMORIAL TEMPLERev.

port for Banker Usina's Idea : Carver Mickins 693-3527
L C. ,pastor VET TVTED
mounted quickly. Matt L. Lucille Beckett, reporter

Walsh, president of the Peoples Reaches There will be a Musical Tea
Liberty National Bank of
at the home of Mrs. Dorothy
North Miami, was assignedto News Storr 1767 NW 93rd St. Sun- PP FLORIST 379-7735 -.

the project as co-ordinator. day, from 4-6 p.m. Soloist, cn IHCW
MiamI. rlorl4&
Ramon J. Granda, athletic director By Wolter BOlli- Miss Joan E. Storr with many 346 NW 2NO
of the Northwest Boys
other singing groups. This tea
Club Branch, was appointed Is In benefit for dedication ,
director of the new Central The public Is invited to attend of Memorial Temple Baptist t
Branch. Women's Day at New 4340 N. W. 7th Avenue
Church. Refreshments will be
A baseball-Softball diamondwas Macedonia Baptist Church, served. Donation $1. Mud", ;
laid out, and a chain-link Sunday, June 22, at the corner There will be a dinner sale I Iw ,
backstop was located at the of 48th Ave. and 22nd St.West at the home of Mrs. Claretha I
Northeast corner of the play Hollywood. Mrs. Freddie M.
DuPree Saturday, June 21,
area. The $750 cost was shared Craig, chairman and Mrs. from 12 noon- 6 p.m., 18811 : flowers for all

equally by the MlamlShores Mamie Mike, co-chairman, NW 32nd Court. occasionsFLOWERS

Kiwanis Club along with mem- Rev.A. Cooper, pastor. Visitors are always wel- s
bers of the Optimist Club of Mrs. Anita Moss of 4741 SW come. j s

Miami Shores. A chain-link 27th St. and Miss Faye E. BY
fence six feet high was placed Marsh of 5225 SW 21st St.both The Ladles Auxiliary to '
around thee playing! fieldat of West Hollywood were VFW Post No. 8195 will hold w r nr MODERNDAYTHE

an outlay $3,000. F dirt chosen from the county to attend their last meeting at the post WE WIRE FLOWERS

was brought In at a cost of$2- the Head Start Teachers home on Pembroke Rd. Mem- ANYWHERE ,, 275 Northside Plaza
000 to level and smooth the training session this summerat bers please be present, at 5
uneven land for football,track Tuskegee Institute.: p.m. Mrs. Addle James presi- Code 305 iNorthside Shopping Center

and other outdoor athletic ac- Miss Bennie Lue Whyte, dent. 754 8061 4 w 693-3971 Day
tivities. daughter of Mrs. Mary Suttonof The public Is invited to attend -

Various Individuals, civic Dania has returned home our Friday and Saturday 758-4371 % 754-1888 Nite i

groups and business organizations from Ohio after first year In night Fish Fry at the post home

became Interested as the college, she Is taking nursing. on Pembroke.

28 THE MIAMI TIMES, Fridoy, June 20,1969

Tinker Sets Record In Golden West 220 ICor I

"MY a 1 Gables High flash Killian's Kenneth Thompson the leaders. "He should have been given
Gerald Tinker blazed a 20.8 had a 9.5 in the 100 and 21.6 Tinker's' 9.4 and 20.9 qualified a 9.3 like McGee," Daniels
I in the 220-yard dash Saturdayto in the 220, personal bests but him for the AA U meet in said. "He got beat on the lean I

TIME"r. ij Golden set a new West meet Invitation record track in the not good A enough to be among the"100 and 220. at the wire."

meet at Sacramento, California CPS ,g lk }
Willie McGee of Hatties- I
.1 burg' Miss finished second.
- -- - -

A few weeks ago, a fellow stripe asked aperies, of whys. The same McGee deprived
Dave I think Pve come UD with a possible answer .- a lot of Tinker of a doubled victory c'E
people want to be given everything. They don't want to earn when he nosed him out in the
their place in life and society; but instead, want to be givena 100-yard dash timed in 9.3 to
part of what you and every other hard working person has equal the national high school
sacrificed for. Tin a bard pill to swallow Dave; but this is the record. Near the finish line
Idea I've gotten from some of these people. Tinker turned his head to look
Speaking of people, I had the chance to attend a few gradua- at the fast closing McGee and
tions last week. From nursery schools to universities, the the effort cost him the race.It .
feeling is still the same. And to see the faces of the.grad was the first time Tinker had
uates, the proud parents and friends is enough to make any- been beaten this season.
one's spine tingle when the tune of"pomp and,circumstance"is

struck. Again, to all you graduates, my Congrats. Killian's Larry Black finished E r
Gerald Tinker finally qualified for the National AAU meet a disappointing sixth in ,
this past week end. Even though Gerald was unbeaten In local the 440-yard dash. Black co-
meets all season, his times were not adequate to qualify him. vered the first 220 yardsin A
1"Even though he lost a race by a touch he ran qualifying times 21.2 and ran out of steamin
in both of his specialties. r m looking forward for great things the stretch to finish In 48.0,
from Gerald and the other local fellow next week in the na- well off his best time. th
tionals. Don't forget the nationals will be held at Miami-Dade
North on Saturday and Sunday of next week and tickets are "He justdln'trunhisrace," LIALJ

available for both days. However, I must warn you that they said Kllllan Coach Leroy Dan- _

are going fast.A iels. "He got excited and tried --- - ,--- .. ----
full Orange Bowl for the fireworks show on July 3rd is to run too fast too soon. He's Larry Black, Killlan; Gerald Tinker, Coral Gables; and Ken Thompson,
still not a bad idea. Your contributions and ticket requests can angry at himself, but he'll be
Killiai area high school track stars shone brightly for Greater Miami Satur- I
still be obtained by sending your check or money orders to*. ready for the National AAU ;
Miami USA PO Box 353, Miami, Fla.33101.1 still have hopesof meet here." day at the Golden West Invitational High School Meat at Sacramento, Calif.

2 3 thousand kids in summer camp this summer. -
A good friend of mine toesn'tant his name used, informed Joe Frazier
me that the Florida State Employment Agency is plac- 500 Ath'et-C' ; "' ; Here For

ing hgh.schooJ andjoll82e: studentsin!rood paying Jobs for the Jerry Quarry I
summer, in many fields.So,those of you that wish to earn your

summer keep, I suggest you contact the Florida State Employ- Bout On TV National AAU MeetCarl
ment office and get the information necessary. Remember, if
you have desire, I'm sure the people at Florida State will be Local fight fans will be out
Wood, a University of A native of Richmond Wood ing in the long jump for Ore-
able to find you a well paying position for the summer. of action the next two weeks, ,
For those of you with leisure time and will be looking for but will only be missing live Richmond sophomore who has has broken records in the gon State; and Mark Winzen-
wholesome recreation, don't forget the various city and county presentation -- not a fightl! On smashed almost every major South Carolina Relays ((52.0)) ried, 19, from Monroe Wis-
parks and pools. Even though Dade County bad a set back on tap next Monday night will be a Southeastern 440-yard hurdle the North Carolina Relays cousin representing the Uni-
record, will compete here ((52.1) Colonial Relays versity of Wisconsin in the 880
the pools they bad planned to open before the summer, they, Miami Beach Convention Hall ;
Fve been assured,"will be In operation before the end of the closed circuit presentation of June 28-29 in the National AAU (52.1); Virginia State meet yard run.Miami.
program. The programs all start on the 23rd of June and will the 15-round world heavyweight track and field championship. (53.1)( ); and the Southern Con- is hosting the 81st
run through Labor Day. These programs will be under the championship match The 6-4, 195 pound Wood, ference meet ((52.3)). He also annual championship for the
supervision of qualified personnel and will cover every phase between champion Frazierand unleased his best time of 50.9 nabbed the Quantico Relays first time and the athletes will
of seconds recently theAtlantic this season with a 51.7 burst. be among the first to use
recreation culture. My.advise to all of you get into theses challenger Jerry Quarry.
programs and enjoy yourself. The Convention Hall tele- Classic, and may become Others who have entered are Mlami-Dade's new synthetic
SPORT OF THE WEEK: Eddy Kay Ezell Thanks for most cast will be the only South his school's first track All- Charles May, 28, of Jersey grasstextrack.This .
enjoyable morning young lady and don't forget you've got junior Florida outlet to view the America. City, representing Maryland meet is particularly
high school to look forward to next. Madison Square Garden title More than 500 athletes from State in the long jump; Art Important in that it will determine -

Until after the nationals remain a good sport. match as there will not be any the Western Hemisphere will Coolidge, 22, from Scotia, the U. S. representative -
home TV or radio reports of compete here--many world- N.Y., representing Kent Statein in a triangular meet
the bout. Advance tickets are record holders and Olympic the six and three mile runs. against the USSR and British

on sale at five agencies, including finalists. Top athletes who've Also Charles Wiley, 27, Commonwealth, as well as the
II Eagles Off To Flying StartBy the Miami Beach Au- already entered are mller Jim from Roxana, Ill, representing Western Hemisphere squad to
ditorium and are priced at $8 Ryun, Olympic high jumprec- Missouri University in the battle leading European ath-

ringside and $5 (advance reservations ord-holder Dick Fosburyand pole vault; Darrell Horn, 29, letes in Stuttgart, Germanyboth --
ARNOLD DAVIS & JAMES Charles "Donnie" Brown, only). defending pole vault championDick of Lafayette, Calif., compet- next month.
HUNT Eagles pitcher has expressedhis Ra sback. .

of appreciation to his teammates Top Dogs In Quarterfinals I
The Liberty City Eagles by holding opponents to Saturday

Grapeland Park fastpitch an average of 3.5 runs a game Carrie Meek To Head 'Mimi-
league are off to a flying start. with this kind of performance Flagler Kennel Club approaches Adding a true international
The Eagles, last year's league Eagle Arnold Davisis the peak of a fabu- flavor are three Irlsh-breds
runners-up, are out to capture quite manager confident the Eagles Official's At AAU Track MeetCarrie lous summer season this week from Pauline Wallis English
with two qualifying rounds in
the championship year. Kennel
will not let the crown slip way Sunrise Rober,
Midway through the first this year. Meek is a busy mo- the $100,000international Buccara and Apache Trail
She also and
organized con-
half the Eagles are currently of classic, the world's richest
The Eagles of Liberty City ther three who juggles a ducted successful
in with a community greyhound racing event. Mutuel standards continuedto
resting place a hectic work schedule as
are sponsored jointly by Cal's
record of seven victories and recreation program for Some 64 of the world's finest fall during the past week,as
Restaurant adeptly as a circus performer
Dade teens and adults last
one defeat. The Eagles hitters year runners launched their bids Flagler fans wagered more
Leon's Quality Seafood and -- all because she wants to at the
have all but demoralized the Satellite "get involved." college. in Wednesday's qualifying than 600,000 Friday night,for
Lounge. She coordinated a summer heats. AU return for anothergo the second time in
league's opposing pitchers.The Because of this, she'll playa seven days,
TEAM BATTING AVERAGESSam delle a te. diplomatic role youth opportunity program and on Saturday night to deter- following the industry's first
Eagles are backed by June 28-29 when Miami hosts a cultural arts program for the mine the survivors, on a point million dollar day on the June
timely hitting from Willie Rolle, .474; Willie the 81st anneal NationalAmateur Community Relations Boad. system for the quarterfinals. 7 doubleheader program.
Amos, last year's runnerupto Amos, .440;William Cox, .417; Athletic Union (AAU) "involvement in the Model Included In the cast are the
the league batting champion. Jessi e Ogletree, .417; Robert track and( field meet at Mi- City program is the type of involvement nation's 1-2 current win lead- WATCH OUT FOR
Amos has received tremen- Palmer Jr., .409; Charles ami-Dade Junior College I think every black ers, O. B.'s Fontella and Big
dous help from Robert Pal- Brown, .316; Arnold Davis, North Campus. person sould feel is part of Jim Fallon, both from outside THESE DOGS:
mer, Sam Rolle and Jessie .308; James Hunt, .300;Grady his commitment," said Mrs. kennels, along with Whit's Zip Gene Dial n Climbing pup;
Meet President Vince Antle
Ogletree. All four batters are Jones, .263;Donnle Kelly,.200 Meek. and local favorites after five Happy Venture -- new top
currently in the league's William Clark, .125;Clarence has appointed her supervisorof "I have my duties here at date, Cleco Roosa, Strictly, hurdler; Baytown Sue -- con-
an elite corps of 12 Dade the college and I could stay sistent sort .
Walker Abstained
top ten bitters. .077. defending champ ; L.L.'s Larry
County girls of different ethnic within the academic atmos-
grade a
Castle's Jet, Sew Biz and prospects; Viva Goldie
backgrounds who'll serveas phere, but Pm very interested Flouncv. .. viva.
'. "mini-Officials" dur- in the welfare of not just
ing the meet. They'll handle the black people, but all peo-
HAVE YOU BEEN TURNED DOWN BY AN liason between the estimated ple who have been deprived of
INSURANCE COMPANY BECAUSE YOU 500 athletes from the Western opportunity." ITiT4 I

ARE TOO OLD OR SUFFERING I FROM Hemisphere and the more than Mrs. Meek and her husband,
i : SOME CHRONIC ILLNESS? WILL YOU 200 American and foreign Harold, live at 6830 NW 28th
newsmen who'll cover the two- Ave., and have three children,
day championship. Lucia, 15; Sheila, 13;and Kendrick -
LAST EXPENSES? Mrs. Meek: is chairman of two.MASONIC .
Universal pays its death claims the same day dcatfcJoin the recreation curriculum at

ocn",", Miami -Dade North, bulls
N.C.A. equally busy with the Model Doubleheader
City and the Com
The Masonic War Veterans SATURDAY
: Universal Christian Aid Society munity Relations Board. of the State of Florida are "
She is intimately Involved 1:15 & 8
PM. ..,
; proudly pleased to announce ,
AND REST ASSURED THAT YOUR LAST with the Model City summer
; MEMORIAL EXPENSES WILL BE PAID. program as co-chairman that their 1969 membershipdrive BIG
is in For
now progress.
1 CALL NOW. the cultural and recreationaltask further details call 8643349or 3 rrPr
force, devising ways to
write to Peter Frazin 235
691-7669 ,
keep the long, hot summer
a cool. 78th St., Miami Beach, Fla.


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I Juanita Hunter Joins Republican StaffE Owls Social Club 1937 Vintage

11 y Peterson, assistant Mrs. Hunter at last week's have one son, Cottrell m, five Shown are the members of the Owls Social Club in a photo made in 1937 '
chairman of the Republican Washington reception for months. when all were teenagers at Booker Washington High. Plans are being made
National Committee, has an- members of the National
nounced that Juanita Jacks Newspaper Publishers Asso- for a reunion to be held in Miami this summer. Efforts are being made to locate -
Mrs. Hunter is excited about
Hunter has Joined her staff ciation. the prospects of her new re- out of town members. Seated front row: Left to right, Leonard Thompson
with the primary assignmentof Mrs. Hunter, formerly of sponsibilities. "We have the (Newark), Arlington Sands, Jestine Lowe Matthews, Hartman Gibson, Floyd
participating in the Voluntary Coatesville, Pennsylvania, action in this program. It'san Rogers (Baltimore). Standing back row: Left to right, Wilbert Miller (Brook-

Hunter involvement will also Program.Mrs. work. and ville now residing in Hyatts- Important step for the Repub- lyn), Charles Rogers (Brooklyn), John McKinnon, Marion Frederick (Newark ),
Maryland to
came the lican and
with Mrs. Tina narrower,Republican National Committee aftera looking Party forward, to being rm_ really a partof Daniels.Winfred Dorsett, Theodore Burroughs, Robert Harris (Los Angeles) and Milton

National Committee- two-year assignment at the it. President Nixon has 4
woman from Connecticut, whois Department of Health, Educa- promised 'a piece of the ac-
assisting Mrs. Peterson In tion and Welfare. She and her tion' to all minority citizens
development of the program. husband, USMC Lance Corporal .. and our direct purpose is to household workers lose val-
Mrs. Peterson introduced Cottrell Hunter, Jr., carry out that promise." uable social security protec- CARLTON REALTY
,..J.1- tion simply because the maid .
and the home owner do not BRtiXEtt
praise for the particular ef- turned down for benefits be- know this law J T4a_ 'SJftIEr
applies tothem.
SOCIAL h SCCU forts of Mrs.Edwards assistant fore because she hadn't worked The Model City Social Se- 693-4772 If No Answer
ItTY principal and Miss Cash, enough may now qualify under curity office is located 5225 759.6500
000.00.0000M.S senior guidance counselor. It changes in the law.Glock NW 12th Ave in Grandway FHA-CBS 2 bdrm, 2 bath, Ir. dn, double kitch,
IfL JOHN f L41aLLLyJ1f.Q.PUSLJC was no easy task to combinethe mann was surprised to find so Building tropical rf', vynl (Irs, corner, $14,000, $700 down,
classes of various teach- many students didn't know the $125 mo. pays all. Can be used as duplex.
.r J ers, secure an adequate air law pertaining to yard work,
saTu rr rmrsts AIL w IIII conditioned class room large baby sitting and other domestic FHA-CBS Beauty, 3 bdrm, 2 ,both, Ir, screenedFla
*enough for several classes and work. The laws states that patio, hitch, dr, ut rm, gar., stove, refrlg., 3
provide both the movie projector regardless of your age your Nationally Franchised air cond., central heat, $23,900, $2,500 down ,
and an operator.How work as baby sitting must be $163.87 month.BEAUTIFUL .
During the last two weeksin is social security vital reported if you are paid as DRIVE IN BURGER WATERFRONT 2 bdrm, 2 bath, Ir, (
May the Model City Social to people under 30? Studentsand much as $50 in a calendar RESTAURANT Fla rm, built-in kitch, din area, ut rm area, gar., f
Security office has used anew young graduates going into quarter from any one person.So Available Does $3500 per CBStile rfhardwood & terrfirsextras.$21,5XL( ,
approach. Since social security -. the work force need to know Susie baby sits every Fri- week grots'. Need about $5,000, down, $128 mo. I'
is not only for folks over*"* their rights and obligationsunder day for the Jone's and makesas $25,000 cash down 1B704'J;
6$ Bill Glockmann,field representative social security. They much as $4 a week the Associate Fitzgerald.South OPEN SAT. 9:30 A.M. 4:00 P.M.
wanted to do must be sure they have a so- quarterly total is over $50andthe land Associates, Realtors, CLOSED SUNDAYJOHNNY
something about this miscon- cial security card before they work is covered by social Coral Gables.
ception. ever look for a Job. It is the security. In Miami as well as 444-4631
Thanks to the splendid co- personal responsibility for in many US cities this is the
operation of area high schools, every working person to be most misunderstood part of
Miami Jackson, Miami Cen- sure they are getting social the law. More maids and
tral and especially Northwestern security protection, that their
teachers who brought this work is being properly recorded -
about. Glockmann had prepared correctly in Balti- CBS Air Conditioned
a film and training ma- more, Maryland. Baltimore Is
terial for high school students.At the central record office of all 3639 NW 15th AVENUE
work records.Workers should LEE
Miami Jackson his message
Bldg. for Sale. Good for small church Nur-
was presented over 250 sen- first insure that their employers -
iors In the auditorium. At Mi- have their correct name sery Medical Clinic Insurance Agency -
ami Central the lectures were and social security number Offices Good Parking! Very Easy Terms. REAL
given to five classes senior and then check directly with ASK FOR MR. FORD
government students. At Mi- Baltimore every few years.
ami Northwestern, thanks to Equally Important for young DAYTIME: 151-3659
the combined sincere effortsof people to know, is how they EVENING: 226-1481 ESTATE
the school over 400 students receive social security bene-
were reached. fits. Many children who have
Glockmann had the highest lost their mother and were : AUTO INSURANCE 9435 NW

I, Low Premium Rates 6 : "
Low Monthly Payments \ ,

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4740 NW 7th '
7540655RESIDENT 2 bedroom, with Fla porch, stove and refrigerator
&? ? #
pound of purelwitt beefx stays. 80x125 ft. lot. Very clean.

with soul sauce.No * / .- m $14,500, $450 down, $100 down for vets
MANAGERMale 8788 NW 21st court
bigger burger anywhere r !
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Female Or

'3 bedroom, 2 bath, carport, central heat.A .
MATURE DEPENDABLE PERSONS j real beauty. $900 down'
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Call on any one of our courteous salesmen:

, Coll 3581649MR. James Lewis, James Small, Ruth Lee, Shirley

Archie,_ Cash McClain and Willie Williams.L1 .

N.W. 62nd SL and 17th Ave., Iu II Guli'' "



30 THE MIAMI TIMES., Friday... June 20. 1969CLASSIFIED ................uuuu.............-..


local trash hauling.Steady MACHINE REPAIR :.........................: ,
20 WORDS OR LESS $2.00. 100 FOR EACH ADDITIONAL 30RD. Job year round. Must have 6335703My
chauffer's license. Call after
DEADLINE FOR CLASSIFIED ADS TUESDAY 6 P. M. 4:30 691-6073. NY brother has sent$4500cash SEWING MACHINE

--- to buy cheap shack! Any 1968 SINGER CONSOLE

FOR SALE FOR SALECOMMERCIAL FOR SALE LABORATORY TECHNICIAN area! 534-8171. (Jly 4) Slightly used slg-zog in
cob. make
General Hospital stylish wol.
Carol City.. Modern 3bed- PROPERTY 2485 NW 57th Street. 4 bed- Opa-locka holes,sews on buts., monograms
room 2 bath CBS. Carport, Building in Goulds for lease or rooms, 2 bath home plus ren- 685-2467 (Jul 4) DRAPERIEStaken applique, overcast

central air conditioning,large sale. Good for organization tal units. FHA or conventional down, cleaned, decorator and blind attachments.hem stitch All with.controls -

yard with sprinkler system. or church, formerly theatre. $3,000 down. Seller pays all FEMALEMom's folded and rehung.Drap- out built In. Full price:
FHA terms. l,000doira.$140 Open for proposition. 666- closing costs. You must see Restaurant.Dishwashing ery rods installed. LUSTRA $5$1,0or assume payment
month TUBIN Realt ors, 9360. this property. Aetna Realty and help in kitchen.Steady TONE DRAPERY SERVICE. of $5.61 mo. For free home
10035 NW 7th 5 1/2 days. 101 NW 20th St. 887-8022 demonstration, call Capitol
Ave. 758-4429. (Broker), 811 NW 54th Street
3719329. Call mornings only. Credit Mgr. till 9 p.m. No "
MONTHNO FINE MARKETN Phone: 7575724. obligation. If toll, call collect I
$1,000 DOWN-$85 W 27th Ave. and 47th St. LEGAL NOTICE 9498124.
QUALIFYING OR LOAN Family type business. 1968 6635 NW 24th Ave.Extra large RNs LPNs and orderlies. AH I Capitol Sewing Machine
Intent to register under fictitious
COST gross sales $182,000. $9,000 3 bedroom, 2 full baths, gar- shifts. Contact Mrs. Dames of Southern Florida
1817 NW 93rd TERRACE 685-2467. Opa-locka General name act,
cash will handle it. Call Hugo age, stove, refrigerator,
Nice 2 bedroom partly fur- Hospital (Jn. 20} EXPLORERS INVESTMENT
Waidele Assoc. Keyes Co. washer, drier, fenced in yard
nished. Owner will hold mort- CLUB I
44th Year. 100 Biscayne Blvd. and many more extras. FHA SEWING MACHINE
gage. Harry,this will sell fast. 3713592. $19,500 down payment $900 Beauty operator wanted. Call 1043 NW 76th

Allapattah Realty, 633-0426. (Vets $550) This one isa mustto 691-9392 or 751-7449 even Miami, Florida Repair Special'

UNUSUAL OFFERING see. Call Aetna Realty ings. (Jn. 27) Richard Pittman President.

HOME AND INCOME Large front house and 2 (Broker), 811 NW 54th St. Edward Hobbs, SecretaryMay i We willclean
1 I
23 30 June 6.
35 NW 41st STREET PHONE 757-5724. Beverage driver wanted. ,
a rear CBS building FHA :
III Front house, 2 bedroom CBS $100-$125 right man. Excellent oil
$1500 down. Live rent free
rear house 2 bedroom frame. Sunset and adjust S
plus. Income $4300. 1852 NW FOR RENT opportunity. 2
$85 month income. Allapattah Bottling Co., 50 West 29th St.
51st Ter., Miami. Call Mr. your sewing -
633-0426. Private house in good neigh
Realty Hialeah. (Jn. 27)
Greene, 5388492. borhood. Freshly decorated. SALAD & SANDWICH i ma-

CBS business property plus Consider only desirable adult MISCELLANEOUSMADAM GIRLS chine in
restaurant business all for NO QUALIFYING family Weekly$40. Security South and Central home.
$22,500, $5000 cash down, Very clean and cozy. In desirable deposit required. 1852 NW 51 KAYA your

payment $ZOO per month.This neighborhood. One Ter., Miami, call Mr. Greene gifted spiritualist reader Miami Area CALL:
restaurant located on thecor- large bedroom. Modern eat-in 538-8492. and advisor $90 Week

ner of a busy main street. kitchen and large bathroom.On Guaranteed to help. Advice on See Mr. Herb 864-4309

Operated by owner for 20 150 ft. lot Many item in House to share. Single or two all problems -- love, mar 7906 B Is. Blvd. or

years. Very profitable. Atlantic cluded. Price $10,850. Call sisters to share home. 696- riage, courtship, business 154-4634
and Pacific Realtors for terms: Jonas Engel Assoc. 5716. transactions. Help find loved
6660411. Keyes Co.-44th Year ones and lost articles. Guaranteed
8911300. Room in private home. Own help. She succeeds.

2169 NW 49th Street. 2 bed- entrance. One man. No weapons where others have failed. She

room house. Large living "FHA" .. Owner allergic to wea- gives you lucky days and lucky
3 BEDROOMS 2 BATHS Phone 634-3460. numbers. Blessed oil and
room and dining room, Fla. pons. LIFE INSURANCE
room. All newly redecorated. This beautiful home, 4 years lucky charms for the home.

Full price.$7500. $700 down. young including drapes, awnings Room 6960473. Sober man. From 9 to 9 daily. She is a
Owner 7585400. wall to wall carpet,built true instrument of God. She Doesn't
Cost It
in oven and range, plus many Apartment to share. Young helps and heals by prayer. PaysLast

NEWNEW- -NEW extras. Priced at: FHA $19- secretary has apartment to 688-9178 11601 NW 7th Ave.

3 BEDROOMS 2 BATHS 000, $900 down payment plus share with same.One child ac- (Jn. 27) life insurance benefit in
closing cost.To veterans,only cepted. 633-4650. year payments
This lovely new home with
many fine features such as $500 down plus closing costs. Well mothers that time is here America amounted more $12,000,000-
Drive by 1059 NW 73rd St. Schools closed and
the new day lite kitchen.Hood- Nice clean room for working again. are 000.00.
ed stove, vanities, plus many then call Fenster Realty, man. Phone 634-8244. you want to keep your children

T man fine features. Priced at Broker, 759-8779. busy. Why not keep them busy Less than half, $5,200,000,000.99 were for
$19,800 with a 10% down pay- Room for rent in private home learning to play the piano death
men. One mortgage. Drive by 2 FRAME HOUSES Man only. Clean. 1081 NW 61 (Why not Join them?) You will payments. $6,800,000,000.00 was
ON ONE LOT Call paid to "Living Policyholders" in the form
1763 NW 55th St. Then call us St. PL 8-4164. enjoy it. 635-6737.
2 bedrooms one bath each. of policy dividends surrender values disability
Fenster Realty Broker, 759-
8779. Total price $12,000. Property A nice clean large size room Ironing done in my home.Reasonable
payments, mature endowments and
earns over $2,000 a Renee 691- annuity
year. for rent in a private home 536 prices.
Well kept CBS 1 bedroom and Drive by 2540 NW GlstStreet. NW 47th St. 759-6088. 6647. payments.
Do not disturb tenants. Call
Fla. room, can be used as 2

bedrooms, large corner pro- Arthur for appointment.444-7301 E. Parrish, realtor. LIFE INSURANCE DOESN'T COST IT PAYS
perty. Conveniently located. DADE COUNTY PUBLIC SCHOOLS
FHA $10,500. Midwest RealtyNE Division of Vocational, Technical and Adult Education
7000-02 NW 4th Ave. Large BUILD UP A SAVINGS
5-8035. (Jun 27) Announces classes In
CBS 3 bedrooms, 2 bath home

insurance company or any rear. FHA $23,000,No closing types of trucks including tractor and trailer driver
type of small business, we costs, see today. Aetna Realty Excellent Employment Opportunities
(Broker) 811 NW 54th St. Ph. upon successful completion of course
have an exceptional 5 room Next class begins on Tu.s. night, July 1, 1969 CENTRALINSURANCE LifE
house. Reasonable priced.For 757-5724. From 7 to 10 p.m.
rent or for sale. Midwest Class meets Tuesday and Thursday Evening
6921-23 NW 2nd Ct. Gorgeous Instruction on Modern Equipment COMPANY
Realty NE 5-8035. (Jn 27) Total cost of the course is $20.00
2 bedroom each side CBS duplex -
Pretty CBS 2 bedroom 1 bath. 51/2% mortgage, terms further information call 350-3505 after 2 p.m.
Extra large Florida room,tile for a great investment. See J4I6 NORTH BOULEVARD -TAMPA. FLA.
roof hardwood floor, $1500 getallthefacts.Aetoa
cash down. Bank financing. Realty (Broker), 811 NW 54th DISTRICT OFFICES STATEWIDE

Terms arranged. Atlantic and St., Phone 757-5724. I
Pacific Realtors 666-0411. Give Yourself a Lifetime Profession ;
-- 347 N W 43rd St. Nice small
East of expressway. Modern home -- FHA $10,500 only BY BECOMING A BEAUTICIANTerms

2 bedroom CBS. Large fenced $350 down(vets or 221 people Reasonable MALE LAUNDRY HELP
yard. $1500 down includes fur- $100) No closing cost. Monthly -
niture and appliances. FHA $85.58. A real deal see this Enroll Now Loaders, pullers, extractor operators. Gopd

terms $107 month. TUBIN one today,Aetna Realty(Broker wages. Production bonus. Excellent 'company: :

Realtors, 10035 NW 7th Ave. ) 811 NW 54th St. Phone: SUNLIGHT BEAUTY SCHOOL benefits. Paid vacation. Permanent job. Must

758-4429. 7575724. 1113 HI 3 AVE. 374-9998 be 18 or over. Apply in mornings. No phone

(Anyone bringing this ad in will receive o$10diicoun ). calls please. Ask for "Mr. Findley, National

COMMERCIAL 2 BUILDINGS PROPERTY 344 NW 49th St. 3 bedrooms (Jly4)) Linen Service, 1950 NW 1st Avenue.

plus rental unit in Excellent
LARGE rear.
CORNER 110 X 120
location, $10,000 total
price, terms to suit you.Another FEMALE LAUNDRY HELP

CHURCH OR PROFESSIONAL winner callAetna Realty Earn extra money. Night work. 5-9. Also day
Presently a going business on (Broker) today, 811 NW 54th work. UNCLE
property that can be converted
. to suit. Drive by 1501 NW 1511 St. Phone: 757-5724. Flat work, feeders, folders, Good wages.

NW 54th Street then call for Excellent company benefits. Paid vocation. MTHUR'S"

all information about pro- 3280 NW 45th Street or over. Apply between 10 a.m. & 5 p.m. No

perty. Fenster Realty. Broker 3 BEDROOMS, CBS phone calls please. National Linen Service GROCERY

759-8779. JUST LIKE NEW 1950 NW 1st Avenue. Ask for Mr. Findley.Let .
$450 DOWN FHA, $100 VA.
3275 NW 53rd Street No closing costs. This is gor- & SUNDRYWhere

Modern CBS home. Good geous. Mr. Marvin, res. 235- y
terms. No closing costs. No 2748. Greater Miami Realty, Us Make Your
qualifying H. L. Simon,Real- 444-6133. indef. your Patronage is appreciated and
( )
Our Business is Patrons
tor 446-5818. LATE INCOME TAX REPORTBRING serving

700 NW 69th STREET PHONE: 691-9872

Completely furnished. 1 bed- THE TAYLORS COLDEST BEER AND WINE IN TOWN!

room air conditioned, 1 bath, Will care for your child.Nightor ALL SIZES SHADES
kitchen, living room, large day. 240 NW 21st St.. 374- 1080 NW 54th Street 757-4827 LADIES HOSIERY

yard. 4451364. 3857.


MIAMI TIMES, Friday, June 20, 1969 31..
> Graduation Exercise At Mary
Riding Along | I, A
Hill Center if Madam Ann

___,. WITH THE | The kindergarten group at 'speaker ror the occasion. She Spiritual Reader and Advisor W
the Miry Hill Child Oppor- elaborated beautifully to the
Transit Authority $ Art you facing{ difficult problem? Poor Health?
tunity Center was graduatedon little ones, who listened quietly Money or Job Trouble?Drink, Love or Family{ Troubles?
By DANNIE JOHNSON I Sunday, June 8, at 4 p.m. for questions she asked Do you wont mare happiness and good fortune In life?
......... w at the Dixie Park Auditorium, them. The was great. If you have any of these problems or others like them,
',:.:::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::;WSSW3:::::: ::::: :::%::::::::::::':':':: :::::::::::::::::::::::::::::: having thirty-one response friend there Is wonderful news of o remarkable
graduatesand Mrs. McCalla di-
G. Joyce ,
rm bOP ltz by now you have shot while off duty. David Mc- four class new woy of help. Also your lucky days and lucky
sponsors,Mrs. rector of the Center,presented -
In numbers. See Madam Ann today.$5 reading, t3 with Ad.
adjusted to the new change Ghee and Robert Baker did a Naomi Whitelow
Mrs. Naomi the diplomas that also contained OPEN 9 A. M. TO 9 P. M. NO APPOINTMENT NECESSARY
schedule.i I know I have an- wonderful job in trying to raise Brown, Mrs. Authoree Sim-
a class picture and an
Phone 9751 N. W. 27th AvenueMIAMI
swered enough telephone calls money for his widow and kids, mons, and Mr. Jesse Holt. Individual picture of the child : FLORIDA
regarding this. Most people his body was shipped to Georgia The Rev. Allen Williams, himself.
who call seem to think routes for the funeral. assistant pastor of Greater Mrs. Claudia Fuller made : :::::::::::::K:::::::::::::5W::M>:::Is::::::::::>::::x::::lX::::::::::::::: :::w: :::>:::::R:>KfeSSi::: :: ::&MWiWi'fi'iMetropolitan : :: :: :ft
have been changed. This Isn'tso James Saunders,bus opera- Bethel AME Church led the closing remarks for Mr.
only the time changed for tor from beach division, at the prayer. Mrs.Dorothy Guy, Phil Johnson, acting area director .;;i Life Insurance #{
evening schedule, which long last decided to move from sales director for the Afram who was In absentia
means some of your busseswon't 12th Street. He bought a home House Products was guest. Company
run as late. I will give in Carol City. Mrs. Saunders, #}
you the times of the lastbussesthat I know is all smiles.Incidently that a black man could makeIt ,', {
I think will affect most this is the same James to the top If he tried hard r Excellent Opportunity for
riders out our way. Saunders who was formerlywith enough. I repeat, this man Sales and Management s
Starting with your route four, Society Cab a radio (Claude Rolf) Is working as SANDWICH SALAD'
time has been cut back on the dispatcher. He's the one who hard as he can for everyone, AND GRILLMENSouth i: Home Office Training Course r
last trip, where the old schedule -taught me how to be a radio and he wouldn't have It any and Central ::1 Starting Income Up to $1,000 a month
was 1:40 a.m. out of town, dispatcher.Mr. other way. But I guess there Miami Area :: Some College Preferable =-
now it's 12:45 a.m. Your last Everette has beentemporarilv are a few Individuals who are Se.Mr. Herb
moved from bus so narrow minded that they *
from town is
five now 12:55
a.m., last six is 12:35 a.m. operator to the schedulingdept. will misunderstand anything, 7960 Bit. Blvd. :::: Call Mr. Man }:

north bound, 12:45: a.m.south. He has been put thereat especially when they want to 377-8336 !
the request of FOOTE as a use this as an excuse for per-
No. 14, 15, 21 and 23 won't be
means to assure aU,that Dade sonal gratifications. w
changed on your last out of County is getting good trans- i: An Equal Opportunity Employersmsssimss ;:
town trip but some of the times
before the last one have been portation. In case some of you :ii: ::::::::: :: ::: :::: ::: :::::::f.::::::::''::::::::::*:::*:: :::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::: ::::::::::
are wondering what ever, became MR. SYMANis
changed. Last 24 from town is
of Rev.Livingston Rolle,
12:10 a.m. No. 25 will be 1:10 he has been driving No. 1 bus back in business and is ready to meet his
a.m. which will go all the way out of the South Miami div. old friends and customers at his new address
to Bunche Park. Last 25 from Safer
It appears that some of my by agreatdeal
Bunche Park is 12:13 a.m. No readers are misunderstanding 8 SW 2nd AvenuePh
changes on last 26 from
your my articles. I had no intention -
downtown. The last one leav- of giving anyone the : 374-2773
ing Carol City will be 11:25 idea that because the presidentof Offering the same courteous service as has
p.m. No. 29 is 12:10 a.m. No. FOOTE is a blackman, been his policy for the past 49 years. If you
30 is 1:05 a.m. Last 32 from that he favors the black man
need watch See !!
money or expert repairs. me ,
I down town is 7:15 32 has
p.m. more than the white.I was only h ,
been extended from 163rd St. trying to get over a point to
shopping center to Surfside our readers in the black community -
(95th & Harding).Tbe last one that the organization
from Surfside will be 6:28 p.m. consist of whites: as well as L. KING
week days, 6:10 p.m. Satur- blacks.
days: 6:19 p.m. on Sundays. And how hard they are working General
On Sundays it will only run together trying to make Hauling
from 103rd St. and 22nd Ave. this an organization to be
the same as before. No proud of. Also, any contri- \ 1401 N.W.
changes in routes 37-L and S. bution that Is given to the com- 51st Terrace
We are sorry to say that one munity is money from both l\\ .t
of our bus operators out of black and white. I was hoping r'\ Phone
central division passed recently when I wrote that article t
in Jackson Memorial that our readers could see how w 696-3698
, Hospital. Johnnie Jones was well we work as a group and

(So buy a great deal: the new Citroen)

I NOTICE ALL ABOARD Popular Science called Citroen, "one of the safest cars in the
world." They had good reasons Hydropneumatic suspension-
Come and go with us on Friday afternoon keeps Citroen level and perfectly balanced. Front-wheel drive
-for adhering traction. Front disc brakes-for sure straight'
June 27, 1969 to: line stops. In all, there are more than 50 safety features( Citroen .
BAHAMIANS worked these out-so that you could play it safe.

from 6:00: p.m. until 11:00 p.m. Monaco Motors

RESIDINGIN Contact the following persons information 7101 N.W. 2ND AVENUE

Mrs. Christine Cohen, 635-3776, Miss Carol SAMUEL PAYNE, SALESMAN

Hardemon, 691-8294, Miss Patricia Green, PHONE -758-0381 RES. 698-3578
FLORIDAWould 691-8249.

Youngland USA Kindergarten is open all

like to return summer. This is the place that will keep all a woia._
children, ages from 6 months to 10 years and

home to the beautiful we furnish everything for as low as $1.50 per

day. Call for your summer applications: Mr.
Bahamas and earn from Wilson, 6930481.We .

$6,000 to $12,000annuallytax also have a new kindergarten service
that covers care for babies and preschoolage
/ free children. We will feed the hungry and if 1 Ei

in need of any of these services, call 693-

0481 or come to 9009 NW 21st Avenue. We
This represents
company will see you there.STANLEY.

numerous large Bahamian ; _

corporations that are in DRUGSYOUR

desperate need of qualified NEIGHBORHOOD PRESCRIPTION STORE

help. 8690 NW 22 Ave 6913741TTT Good things come

--- : in small packages.Look .

Why don't you "today"write i"
Into a Volkswagen and you'll -
and tell us about find adjustable front bucket seats, a

yourself? four-speed synchromesh transmission,
r four-wheel independent torsion-bar

Write suspension,and an air-cooled engine
that gets about 27miles a gallon
David Probinsky, Our package price $XXXX.







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