The Miami times
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Title: The Miami times
Physical Description: Newspaper
Language: English
Publisher: The Magic Printery
Place of Publication: Miami Fla
Creation Date: August 22, 1969
Frequency: weekly
Subjects / Keywords: African Americans -- Newspapers -- Florida   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Miami (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Miami-Dade County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Genre: newspaper   ( marcgt )
newspaper   ( sobekcm )
Spatial Coverage: United States -- Florida -- Dade -- Miami
Coordinates: 25.787676 x -80.224145 ( Place of Publication )
Additional Physical Form: Also available on microfilm from the University of Florida.
Dates or Sequential Designation: Began in 1923.
General Note: "Florida's favorite Colored weekly."
General Note: "Tempora mutantur et nos mutamur in illis."
General Note: Editor: H.F. Sigismund Reeves, <Jan. 6, 1967-Dec. 27, 1968>.
General Note: Description based on: Vol. 25, no. 8 (Oct. 23, 1948).
Funding: Funded by NEH in support of the National Digital Newspaper Project (NDNP), NEH Award Number: PJ-50006-05
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Source Institution: University of Florida
Holding Location: University of Florida
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Resource Identifier: oclc - 02264129
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issn - 0739-0319
System ID: UF00028321:00508

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MUTANTUR ET NOS MUTAMUR IN ELLS Metro Homicide detectives
f'k Vol. 46, Nn 52 PRICE: 15* are still searching for cluesin
: the strangulation death of a
: MIAMI, FLORIDA, FRIDAY, AUGUST 22, 1969 young woman early Saturday
: : morning. The body of Sheri-

', Teen Thief SlainA von Debris Wooten, 21, of
7410 NW 19th Ave., Apt. C,
was found on a dirt road

16 year old boy was slain between two houses at 20th
by a service station operator Ave. and 76th St.

tf'; ,;' x Monday when he caught him According to the report of
stealing from his cash draw. the Dade medical examiner,,
Atith"4;} ;4 t Willis Sands of 7204 NW she died of strangulation bet-
; { 14th Ave. vas shot and killed ween 10 p.m. Friday and h.m.

by William Baldwin of 175 Saturday.The .
SW 8th St.Police body was discovered by
: are seeking three Mrs. Marie Hughes, who livesat
other young men and two teen- I IWILLJS 1915 NW 77th St.
Metro homicide detectives
1 age girls as Willis' com-
panions when they drove their report that she was last seen
1959 Ford into the station at 10 p.m. Friday night when
Y 4 i 4 a and asked for service. she left home without giving
9I s any destination. Anyone
Baldwin said that the four a
having or having
I male members of the
group SANDS seen the victim between 10
got out of the car while he
p.m. Friday and 2 a.m.Saturday -
-- checked the oil, and two of berles at his place.
has been asked to con
I Miss Black America of Florida/ them strolled inside, saying One slug, bouncing off a tact the Metro Homicide Dept.
they were going to the rest- door frame, appeared to hit
room. one suspect, who ran staggering PedestrianKilled
Glancing up, he said, he along SW 2nd Avenue Another
saw them with their handsIn hit the boy later identified On
the cash drawer. as Sands in the back.
Baldwin said he rushed into He fell toppling a bubble
II his -office and grabbed the gum machine, and died almost 62nd SUeet '/' "

..45-caliber weapon he had obtained immediately.The .
A killed Saturday
man was early -
after three previous others fled in the old
as he walkedacrossNW62nd
robberies or attempted rob- car, Baldwin said.
St. west of 30th Ave.

Theodore Rogers, 63, Of
1 J040 NW 61st St. was struck'by
Barber Charged In a westbound auto driven by

Martin Salo, 19, of 3019 SW
25th St.Rogers,Dade County's
174th traffic fatality wasd ad

Wells fargo SlayingA at Metro the scene police, according report. to the

Metro police said Salo was
young barber has been bershop at the corner of NW tim attempted to cross 62ndSt.
charged with degree 67th Street and 22nd Avenue from north to south. No
1/ O murder In the shooting of a He Is being held in Dade charges were placed against
Wells Fargo guard in a hold- County jail without bail. Salo pending an investigation.
up that netted $3,900 July 26.

r The sheriffs office said h e.
the arrest was not announced -
previously because police

.. -- '---- -_..... .. hoped to make a second ar-
Tops in Miss Black America Pageant Saturday night at Miami Beach Auditorium Two men held up the Wells s a. +nY

were : center, Lynda Lockman, 19, 7540 SW 58th Ct., who won the Fargo truck while receiptswere

title Miss Black America of Florida, and the right to compete next Friday, Aug.,' being carried.to it fromWlnky's rV; l+f lrfN
22 in the Miss Black America Pageant at New York's Madison Square Garden, Grocery, 6107 NW
29th Ave. Guard William E.
where the national titlist will receive $5,000 cash, $5,000 in fees, and part on Bain Jr., 26, was slain.
one segment of the "Julia" TV series. At left, Sandra Pearson, 22, 1900 NW The store's security

152nd Street, 1st runner-up; and at right, Mary Young, 20, 1670 NW 85th Street, guard, W.J. Mack, ran to the
2nd runner-up..Miss Lockman, oDe I t a Airlines reservationist! is having her scene and was wounded in the
happiest birthday -- she's 19 today, out shopping for her New York wardrobewith forearm Two persons inside
will receive $150 and the store, Angeline Daniel, 13
$250 she won in the Florida pageant. Runners-up .
and David Weiner 16
$100 respectively. slightly wounded. were a

Police theorized that the fa-

Violation' Trips Murder Suspects by tal the shooting missing was man actually, who useda done

handgun.The .
other three persons )
First-degree murder with a pistol at the Seaboard Jackson made the arrests IIIM
were wounded, police believeby
charges were filed Friday, Smoke Shop, 722 NW 22nd when he stopped the men's car rifle fire from Smith, who a J
against three Miami men accused St. at NW 17th Ave. and 36th St. was allegedly "covering" the
Motorcycle officer J.R. for a traffic violation.
of shooting a 72-year-
other man from the roof of
old tavern customer in a Gladcvlew Elementary School -' ... .-+....r

Thursday night holdup. 11,000 To Hear WhighamHow across the street. Angelo Rutherford is shown on the steps of the .

Nathaniel Hunt, 19, of 421 Jerry Smith, 23, was arrested capitol! with Florida Representative Herbert Burks.
Freddie Dee should school staffs personnel-.some 11,000 by Homicide Sgt. J.K.
NW 59th Terr.
; attending
Russell on 7 at a bar- Representative Burke met Angelo, who was ; '
20 strong--report for a week of Aug.
Archie, 27, of 6144 NW deal with desegregation pro-
Ave., and David Roker Jr. blems and encourage effec- pre-planning duty, Aug. 25- Georgetown University this i summer on a six-

20, of 2175 NW 68th St. are tive racial understanding? Is 29. The superintendent's clo- tlonatl Division. He'll touch on weeks scholarship. :
ball in the there constructive student sed-circuit address will be such how to incor- I
being held without a topics as Angelo got theroyal treatment. He was pickedup 1\
Dade County Jail activism? Is our school bud- heard at 9 a.m. porate instruction of Negro
get adequate? On Wednesday, 8:30 a.m. history and culture into a regular at school, brought to the capitol, went to lunch I''

They were apprehended bya Superintendent Dr. EdwardL. through 9 a.m., Dr. Leonard course and when indi- with Rep. Burke, and met other Representatives and

Miami motorcycle police Whigham will discuss these Brltton, Associate Superln- vidual .school staffs should Senators. Angelo was told that if his school grades
man less that five minutes and other Important issues In tendpnt for Instruction will make their own decisions re-
warranted he could I be considered Senate
after William Dancer of a televised speech Mondayas give a televised talk concerning garding educational pro- as a
724 NW 22nd St. was shot the Rvstem's! Instructional services of the mstruc- grams. Page Boy.

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. 2 THE MIAMI TIMES Friday, August 22, 1969

I Volpe Names Black Chief Here's On School The Poop 1,500 New Teachers In I

Counsel Of Trans poration RegistrationAll students who have not Orientation Workshop

Secretary of TransportationJohn ing attorney with the law firm previously registered for commud- chers on Monday
of their ,August 25th
do 26 for some chers tours ,
school so August School is
this week of Stevens Davis and in
A. Volpe announced Haley
of to the ties and when possible, pay- when Pre-school
the appointment of Kansas City.Secretary. Robert supervisor 1,500 new teachers Planning
attendance for Dade County's school system who reported lag visits to local businesses
George W.Haley,a Morehouse county Week begins' and for all pu- I
College graduate as Chief Volpe said: "The public school system speci- to the Orientation and industries.
Counsel of the Urban, Mass appointment of George Haley fied today. Workshop Tuesday at Miami, School opens for all tea- pits, on September 2.

Transportation Admini adds another capable, experienced First graders who did not Coral parkSenior High.Greeting -

stratlon.hHaley. and dynamic register this Spring. These ; the new teachers was
person to fill a key post in the pupils should report their G. Holmes Braddock, Chair-

Department. birth certificates at the proper man of the Board of Public

area school. Children who Instruction with Associate

After Haley receivedhis will be six (6)) years of age Superintendent Dr. LeonardM.
LLB Degree from the University by January 1 are eligible to Britton following with a
of Arkansas Law enroll. round-up of goals and ser
School, he began practice of vices of the Division of Program
Pupils moving into the
law in 1951; servedasamemof Planning and Services.
county since the close of s
Representative RobertF.
school in June. Elementary Orientation Week began 4 a. t
Ells wor thRep.Kansas)
students should report, Tues- Monday when thenewteacherswere
1960-1964; employed as an day. Junior or senior high welcomed to Dade's
Assistant City Attorney, 1955-
school pupils may report on schools by district superin-
1965 served in the Kansas
Senate; any day except Saturday but tendents and principals. After -
1965-1968, where he
served as Chairman of the should be registered by Tues meeting at designatedcenter
day. district func-
Kansas Senate Public Utilities
Committee; Vice Chairman of pupils who have moved into tions and services were dis-
the Senate Public Welfare anouther school area. Ele- cussed, teachers went to their
Committee; and member of mentary pupils should report assigned schools to review a
44, a resident of the Banks and Banking, Federal Tuesday to the school serv- class schedules,roomassignments MARGART DARDIN

City, Kansas, and a and State Affairs, Industrial ing their new home addressesbut and other duties.A Dr. W. B. Sawyer Memorial I
member of the Kansas Development and need not receive transfers
full schedule has been
at the time of Aeronautics, Judiciary and from previous schools. Junioror mapped out for the remainderof Scholarship Fund WinnersFour
was practic- Municipalities Committees. senior high pupils should go
the week with teachers
to the school they attended last to the Orientation persons from I Dad e The other recipients not
year or to the school to which reporting of pictured Miss
Center at Coral Park from I bounty were recipients The are Martha
their records have been sent ]Dr. W. B. Sawyer Memorial Lynn Williamson who will matriculate
"Campus & Career" Fashion 8:30 a.m. 12 noon on Wed- ] -
I and receive a transfer which and Thursday then I Scholarship Fund. Two of the' at the University of
nesday |
they shall present on or before Florida
disbursing to meet with their 'iwardees are pictured above. as a Nursing major
Show At NorthsideTo Tuesday. principals in the (afternoons ]Mrs. Margaret Darden, and Mr. Charles Shaffer who

Pupils who will _not returnto for further orientation about j former Director of the enters Miami-Dade Junior

answer the questions of as a graduation exercise for the same schools becausea school policies and regu- ]Brownsville Child Opportunity College this term.
changing hemlines for school the young ladies who complete new school has been esta- lations. (Center She enters Miami- These are the first recipients
and fall, Northside Shopping the self-improvement pro- blished and/or boundary lines Jade Junior College as a full of the Scholarship Fund
Center will present"GlamourFor gram. changed will be notified of this Curriculum consultants and |time i scholarship student. that was established this

Campus & Career", Plaids and prints, minis and change prior to opening of subject area supervisors will ;Miss Ethel Page a 1963 Miami spring as a results of the pub-
lively fashion show featuringthe maxis, wet look and wool fabrics school and should report to the preside over workshops covering j Northwestern ,Sr. High graduate lication of The Student, a
newest looks from around created in appropriate new school on the first day of all subjects. Principals who enters MIami-Dade newspaper distributed free in

the country in skirts, pants, fashions for all occasions will classes. September 2. will also keep busy giving Junior College in September the Dade County Public School

co-ordinates, suits,rainwear, be Included in the Northside It is expected that all pupils the newly assigned tea- is a freshman. System.

daytime and datetime outfits. runway show.Makeup will be enrolled and readyto

The show will,,be.staged at for the models will begin classes September 2,
Fountain Squire"on Saturday be provided by Helen Richardson Little pointed out but warned
August 23 at 3 p.m.Coordinator of the Miami Studio of the that junior and senior high

Vlvane Woodard Corp. Floral school pupils who have not
and commen- and set decorations are being registered before the opening

tator is fashion authority, designed by F1 o w e r s by Mo- day of school will not be permitted r rt
Louise Riley, director of the dernday, of Northside. Background to attend classes until
Louise Riley Modeling Academy music will be renderedby the third day after their late
Apparel will be modeled "Duke" Drier, of Victor registration.
by 30 attractive young teen- Pianos and Organs, playingthe
age girls who attended Miss magnificent Conn Organ. Registration for most Dade

Riley's 10 week charm courseat Northside Shopping Centeris County students was com };!,:':
Northside pleted during Spring registra ,
Shopping Center. located on N.W. 27th Ave. -
The fashion show will serve and 79th Street.of tion.

1 New Black Magazine Hits Newsstandssales

"New Lady" the first nationally Hayward, California. Mec in its second year.

circulated monthly co is a predominantly black- Select Magazines, Inc.,who -
magazine directed at the up- owned company. Financing will distribute "New Lady" -s_ : -------

per-midd'e class, well educated the publishing project came nationally, also is the national j
black women, will be from a loan of$70,000 from the distrubutor of Reader's Digest ;

launched on August 19th by Ford Foundation and an additional McCall's, Better Homes &

F,E.C. News Co. in West Palm of $70,000 from 7 San Gardens, Popular Science, N.vw i'J' 4

Beach. As of that date, copies Francisco banks.Technical Newsweek, U.S. News&World g ,,,-" ..
will be available at major assistance in the Report, The New Yorker, Bantam 1J

newsstands.The Editorial, Business, Circulation Books and other publications (I i\

magazine is publishedby and Advertising Depart .:.. .., I" .
Mecco Enterprises, Inc., ments is being provided the W, Warner Beckett, pub- 1" .ti
publishers of McCall's Magazine -
lisher of "New Lady" sees
his magazine as oriented toward For Your
CARVER BEGINS FALL, "New Lady" is a family "helping the black woman Added Convenience.
service publication, specifically find her rightful placein
WINTER AND SPRING serving the black women the community." He also

PROGRAM SEPT 2.16 market. Its publishers pro- hopes it will serve as train- DRIVE-IN BANKING
Carver Branch YMCA's ject a circulation of 150,000 ing ground for black journalistic

"Culture Through Play" activities copies per average monthly and managerial talent.

for the Fall, Winter, I II Our Drive.ln
Banking service is the
and Spring 1969-70 will beginon easiest and most

September 2, 1969. I II convenient way for you to handle withdrawals and

The activities will include: I II deposits.
The service is friendly and fast
Arts and crafts; photography; r L just

judo and karate; sewing; creative the way you want it. Drive in and see for yourself
and modern dancing;bal-
let; weight lifting; instrumental -
and choral music; drama

(tentative); team and group .s.
games ; individual and duel
games and library. JJ-7 And 7-3 Shifts

Hours are: Monday through Work in a modern odor free, North Miami Con

Friday, 9:00-8:00 p.m. Saturday valescent Home. Liberal benefits and permanent
9 til 1:00 p.m. "
For further information
contact the 'Y' at 696-0231. Chai Convalescent Home :

The Best In Photography 13650 NE 3rd Court, North Miami 7/h ,
JOHNSON OF MIAMI Call 758-440 (Formerly tmsolh Nut..

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: 3 THE MIAMI TIMES, Friday, August 22, 1969

j r ; Miami-Dade Opens Extension ;1

iAr car Center /In Coconut Grove '

iiiX Miami-Dade Junior Collegewill ways mutually benefiting, to black community"he said.

open a new extension the community it serves. The He said that one of the innovations -
I center this fall at Carver Carver Center, hopefully,willTimothy at the Center will

Junior High School in Coconut be in grading, which will be

rf Grove. based on a system aimed at
Dr. Robert H. McCabe, M- eliminating failing grades
R f DJC executive vice presidentsaid Students will also be allowedto
that it will be operatedby Jst proceed at their own pace,
the South Campus Centerfor with tutorial assistance pro-
Community Development. vided for those who requireit.
Freshman-level courses will .
; be taught in evening classes ,
i iMuhammad In addition, full waiver of
during an eight-week term
tuition will be available to all
beginning Sept. 2. Classes
__ students whose family income
will meet twice a week for
level meets criteria for student -
hour-and-a-half sessions.
financial assistance.
Members of the regular

M-DJC faculty will teach. Miami-Dade, which expectsan
enrollment of some 26,000
Among the subjects includedin
students this fall
the curriculum will be En- currently
operates as an extension of
glish, math, biology, Black
North Campus Homestead Air
Cassius Clay) signed history, social science, ...Center Coordinator Force Base Center and South
Ali (former World Boxing Champion humanities, electronic d a t a

674 autographs at the Grand Opening August 16 of the second in a chain of processing and office careers. provide an opportunity to accomplish Dade Center are South Cam-
All will this goal within the pus extensions.
Champburger Fast Food Restaurants located at 3269 Grand Avenue, Coconut courses carry college
credit and be fully transferr-
Grove. More than 1,700 pounds of beef, 200 pounds of cheese, 175 pounds of able to either South or North

fish, 1,100 pounds of hot dogs, and 4,000 "All" shakes were consumed during Campus for students who wish Senior Centers Have Town I
to continue at the sophomorelevel.
the first 6/ hours of operation. 1i Is a major stockholder and director o f .

the Corporation. Fred Ferguson holds the franchise for the individual store. Registration for fall term Meetings

will be held Aug. 27-29,7 to Senior Centers of Dade tation and employment,as wellas
owned Champburger
Edwin M. Gale, President of the publicly Corporationof '
10 p.m., in the Carver Junior County, Inc., announces plans other problems brought up
Miami, iscurrently reported to be negotiating franchises in 14 cities in the High library. for twelve Town Meetings to at the meeting s themselves.

Mid-Atlantic and Southeastern United States. Named coordinator of the be held through Dade County Through these meetings,the

Center is Timothy McDonald, to discuss problems of the elderly at the grass root level
who cams to the college last elderly which need to be pre- will have the opportunity to

Massive Summer p.a 3RES year as assistant to the vice sented at the Governor's Con- make their views known so
president at M-DJC South. ference on Aging, September that these views can be pre-
25 and 26, 1969 in Tampa, sented at the Governor's Con-
McDonald said that one of Florida, sponsored by the ference on Aging.
festival PlannedAt the primary aims of the Car- Florida State Commission onAging.

ES ver program will be toencou- Any senior citizen
rage students to enter regular ( interested is welcome to at-
Bay front Auditorium college courses on campus I tend.
upon completion of freshman-
Some of the problems areas
A spokesman for the Eco- noon to church-oriented- level studies at the Center. r OOY I! ACTION
s to be discussed by Town
nomic Opportunity Program, music. : "As a community college ing participants are: housingfor tllEgARMt4
Inc. confirmed today that plans Singers, dancers, musi- Miami-Dade must relate, in elderly, health, transpor- .' f dK Iw t/IItE:
are nearing completion for a cians, and singing groups are ,
massive three-day summer all urged to sign up to participate .f'1f :,"
festival of the arts. The fes- 'Young people can -
: ,
tival, according to Miss Maxine register at their nearest youth 1\; f, "
Bethel, coordinator the center participate.Officials ,,' .l .L FOR THE FINEST HOUSING ACCOMMODATIONSAT
Summer Project will be held estimate that more than 60 : MODERATE RATES CALL
on Saturday; August 30, Sun- acts will be needed fill out

day, August 31, and Monday, the more than twelve hours of MISSINGLinda I

September 1st. show time. Ann Shipp, student at BONDED
Through a special arrange- For additional information Miami Edison High School,has u.
ment with the Park Board all contact Miss Maxine Bethelat been 5 Sw
missing for approxi-
of the entertainment sections 358-0216.
mately one month. There Is a
of the festival will be stagedin RENTAL
reward for any information or
the Bayfront Park Auditor-
the whereabouts of Linda.Call w
ium and the outdoor bandshell. ACKNOWLEDGEMENTMany etAL
the City of Miami Police Department -
In addition, special display many thanks to Eddie or 836-1493.
boards will be erected in the Gamble.for exhibiting honestyand
area for the presentation of concern for fellowman

arts and crafts.Participants. by returning my wallet that An Evening of Summer Fun so
for the s show was lost in the vicinity of the

are being recruited from all, Hampton House, Saturday "A NIGHT IN NASSAU" o
of the recreational centers in night with all credentials in- ?
Dade County and from tact. The reward given is onlya 1749 NW 54th St.locomotion's .
agency's that have operated token of my gratitude. RI- L. L. BROOKS
Activity Center
summer recreational pro- chard J. Strachan.


activities that were sponsoredfor DADE AND BROWARD COUNTIESA
youth in the area this summer No Charge If WeCan't

Community Recreation Center for teenagers and adults
"We hope", Miss Bethel 1
A Public Relations Department to assist you with your problems
continued, "to be able to an-
Hx In Home vandalism and reduce the cost of housing
.nounce the names of some nationally Tenants concern will stop
known entertainers
who will participate In the next
few days. Efforts are also being RENTS ARE DUE IN ADVANCEWE

local made radio to enlist and the television servicesof REPAIR* ,SUGGEST THAT YOU PAY AT OFFICE, IN PERSON OR BY MAIL

personalities as Masters of
Current organizational STEREO

structure call for six completes 759-8733
7th Avenue -
bow s. Each afternoon at 4150 NVV

4 p.m. in the Bandshell there RADIO 1
will be a 90-minute show and 14255 NW 22nd Avenue, Opa-locka MU 8-0617

then each evening at 8:30p.m. 20848 South Dixie Hwy, Cutler Ridge--CE 5.3553
there will be a three-hour
Ft. Lauderdale JA 4.3357
show in the Bayfront Park 605 NW 7th Terrace,
Auditorium The afternoon 3801 Grand Avenue, Grove HI 5-1381

shows are being planned as 512 NW 1st Ave., Hallandale WA 7-2434

folk-rock presentations with 339 Hammondville Rd., Pompano WI 3.2434 '
special emphasis on one after-


Don't sufferrelieve GEORGE P. HARTH, General Manager j
pain. In seconds as millions do with AMERICA FURNITURE CHARLES A. LOCKHART, Public Relatlons'Dlrector I
OR A J EL Many dentists recommend
professional using ORA JEL I treatment.until you fet X"orajel .....,,. 2300 NW 62 St. |If{ I am to enJoy a better life, others must live better too." L. L. Crooks

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4 THE MIAMI TIMES.. Friday, August 22.:1969 I

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Entered as Second Class Matter, August 8, 1927 at the Post
Office at Miami, Florida, under the act of March 8, 1876 (JAACO

Report Police Brutalitypolice

brutality has long been a source of bitterness in

this community. The Miami Times reported two sepa-
rate cases last week that are being investigated by local NAA -
citizen groups and the City of Miami Police Internal Se- LIBERTY CITY -

curity Department.The BRANCN NAACP
black community will not condone police brutality or OPA-LOCKA NAACP

harassment. We feel that our new police chief, Bernard BRANCH HOMESTEAD

Garmire, is as much against it as we are. It seems many of Hr T iH BRANCH

his men are not. 00 H
Attorneys John Due, and Bruce Rogow of the Economic 00
Opportunity Legal Services Program are attempting to gather plc I
information on every case of police brutality or har-
rassment in this area. For too long complaints about police
treatment have been taken to various places with a resultant
lack of coordination of efforts to remedy the situation. let's Get the Miami Branch Going Again

These attorneys are prepared to institute federal and
state proceedings-both administrative and judicial-in all
cases of police abuse. For those people who can afford

private counsel, they will see to it that they are referred to

lawyers who will take action on their complaints.This To Be Equal .
office has processed ten confirmed cases of brutalityin C
the last few weeks. We must and we will put a stop to i

these things. If we get the information we will press for- {. by Whitney M. Young Jr.
ward and apply the pressure.We I By Booker T. Hayes
National Urban League
urge any of our readers who have faced the problemsof i Executive -

police harassment and abuse to call Mr.Due or Mr. Rogowat When I read Tuesday mornings Miami Herald there was

759-1608, or stop into their office at 622 NW 62nd Street. one incident that plagued me all day. I read of the fifteen

Welfare ReformLike year old black boy slain in an attempted theft, and it sent me
Changing Patterns At PalmettoTen on in excursion back Into the days of my youth. I was trying
all major proposals for change, the President's plan
desperately to make a mental of the desires
years from today honest Dade Countlans will admit for welfare reform has some pluses and some minuses. Let's comparison
that the boycott by black students at Miami palmetto High take the pluses first,for they are important changes in the way and ambitions I had at that time. Strangely enough, I found
that most of the
School last year was the best thing that has happened to welfare has been thought about. aspirations today's young people would
have applied to me and friends. Since ambitionswere
my our
education in this
his county. Much criticism was heaped upon The major new departure in the Nixon plan is the establish- similar, I began to look for other factors having an
Marvin Bell and
courageous black followers when they ment of federal minimum
standards for payments. Under the influence behavior
walked off the Palmetto last because on my during my youth, and I think I
'refused year present system, one state provides a measly $39 a month fora have discovered the difference between the generations,
principal to address himself to their grievances.
family of four, while another state provides $260. the
parental concern on part,of the children.
Both' this protest led to an impartial Investigation fo conditions -
affecting black students at Palmetto that has made fora Under the Administration's proposals, the federal govern-

fairer shake for black students all over the county.Dr. ment will guarantee a flat $1,600 to four-member families I arrived at this conclusion by asking myself a question.

Ira Wax, the new principal of Palmetto, has broughta of welfare with the states free to add to that. "What do I consider as having the greatest influence over my

great deal of understanding and finesse to the school. The figure is small.-less that half the government's own behavior and actions? Having given the question serious
Already he has had meeting s with black and white student poverty standard. But the significance of the proposal is thought I found that the answer came quite easy, but only
leaders to make plans for a school year free of racial tension. that for the first time, the federal government has recognizedthat after more questions. What has been the uppermost thoughtin
Palmetto is one of the finest high schools in the state. It welfare is a national problem demanding national stan- my mind when comfronted with a potentially dangerous

will be even better this year we think. dards, and that the federal government has a responsibility situation? What has deterred! me most in making decisionsthat

for setting some kind of income floor under which no family might run me afoul of the law? Who else have I consideredin

A Setback For JusticeThe would be allowed to fall. every serious decision I have had to make? The answer to
all these questions in Is summed In
my particular case up
Those critical of the small amounts other
or features of
Miami Times views theappointmentbyPresidentNlxon two words. considered their
My parents. I have seriously
the plan should recognize that here is the first step toward
of federal appeallate Judge Clement F, Haynsworth,Jr,to the annual the approval in all the major decisions of my life. The chief
guaranteed that's bound to in
come the
Supreme Court as a setback for Justice. The 56yearoldchief future. near deterrent during my youth was the effect of my actions on

Judge of the Fourth, Circuit Court of Appeals has a my parents, and strangely enough this practice still continues.
record that says, "color me segregationist." Another plus is the provision for welfare assistance to the

A Jurist can only be judged by the law he writes, and the working poor. Most poor families are headed by someone I feel the solution for todays youthful behavior can be foundin
law that Judge Haynsworth has written is strictly anti-civil who works full or part-time. But because some industriespay the relationship between children and their parents. In many

rights. His record is so poor that five times the U.S. Su- less that a living wage, these workers make less than households a dialogue between parents and offsprings are only

preme Court reversed him on civil rights cases. Is thisa federal povery standards. In effect, they are subsidizing considered necessary when disc iplining action is needed. The
proper jurist for the highest court of our land? the rest of us by working for less that a living wage. The conversation that enables us to know the thoughts and desiresof

Nixon is not fooling anyone with the glowing tributes he has Nixon plan will provide payments for such workers--a step our children never takes place. This accounts for the shock
paid to Haynsworth in announcing his nomination. The South that is a healthy change from the past. some parents feel when their children are involved in matters

Carolina judge's record has been known for a long time, and There are other positive features of the concerning life and death. Conversation Is an means of
proposal but
black and white civil rights leaders had long voiced their resentment some that are discouraging. Tying welfare payments, to man-also communication, but it Is far more than that. It serves as an

against his appointment.We datory work or taining, for example, holds the danger of inroad to another' Individuals thoughts and feelings. It gives
are also disappointed that the President did not see fit forced labor. And forcing mothers to take Jobs will some Indication of th e Ideas and mentality of the people involved -
to name Jewish nominee for the seat vacated by Abe For a s. the home life the proposals are intended to damage and most of all it gives us a basis on which we can
This is the first year since 1917 that a Jew has not been on strengthen.And form our own personal opinions.
the high court. where will the jobs come from? It's one thing to say
Maybe Nixon is saying something to both the blacks and the that people on welfare should get job-training, but unless I have --- -- ---- -
three schools.
children and they attend three different
Jews. there is a meaningful guaranteed job at the end of the line
I it's just a cruel hoax designed to satisfy critics of payments, I consider myself one of the most informed parents in the area,
to the poor. because they each relate the happenings of the day. I grant
The King Thing AgainJust them equal time((smile) to give me a rundown of the days activities -
This part of the plan would be more relevant and more con- This practice-started with their first day of school,
what is this static we are getting from KMOX TV In vincing If it were tied to graranteed public service employ and has continued without prompting over the years. My

Nashville about James Earl Ray saying federal agents killed ment or if it set forth guaranteed wages and the kinds of jobs youngest son had gotten to the point that If nothing really ex-
Dr. Martin Luther King Jr.? that would be made available. citing happened, he invented something. We soon broke him
Nobody has said very much about the charge since the state- of this practice but to
we all knew he Just wanted his day
ment Let's not forget that at the same time the
was released, and former Attorney General Ramsey Administration sound as
exciting as the discussionsI
others. these
Clark has not bothered to issue a statement of denial. is setting forth mandatory training for relief recipients,some have been able Through
to get an idea of their feelings. The strange
The statement read brother said of its advisors are engineering an economic slowdown
by Ray's Jerry, James that thing is that day
they are just as concerned as to how my
already has increased
Earl Ray was working with federal agents. unemployment among black workers.
went, and I find myself taking advantage of the opportunity.There .
And listen to these Interesting excerpts
are times when I would rather not hear the accountsof
"They told me I was helping them to supply arms and guns The proposals will help raise standards of payments in areas the to
to Cuban refugees to overthrow Castro and the Communists like the South, but won't do much tohelp the financially hard- deal off day this, but my Inner wisdom tells me I cannot afford

in Cuba. The reason why rye made trips to Mexico was In pressed cities of the north. And provisions for greater local avenue of communication.could .

this regard The federal agents led me to believe that I control make me fear abuses on the part of Southern autho-
was in Memphis in April for the same purpose." rities that would result in cheap, forced Negro labor.
"I knew nothing about King being in Memphis until after succeed in the present political climate. But I'm hopefulthat
Perhaps the main criticism of the plan is that it is too lit- thoughtful comservatives will CongressionalLiberals
King had been killed. I could not argue with the federal agentsI Join with the
tle, too late, The welfare system is a total failure and in coming with
worked for because they would have put me back in the Mis- ought to up Improvements.
souri State Prism I knew that the federal agents merely be completely replaced with an economic security program If the public understands that the Inefficient and degrading
used DM to the fall guy when they killed King." that would end poverty for all. We have the resources; only the welfare system can be replaced by a humane iscale of pay-

Rtf.tatement said he "hopes some high government official will is lacking ments and guaranteed Jobs for all at the cost of less than

will expose tot whole deal." Given the mood of repression and vindictiveness a few months fighting of the war In Vietnam enough supportcan

Wt bopt so too. Administration proposals are probably the most advanced, that the; be 'generated for a final end to poverty in this, the richesteountl'
) on earth.


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r MIAMI TIMES. Friday Auoust 22. 1969 5. .


I Black Profiles Bayard RANDOM THOUGHTSby

Of CourageBy RustinSpeaks GLORIA MILLER

Lou LuTour

Job Corps-Takes A Boy To Join,

When a Black man is nominated for the office of the Pre- '
sident of the United States at the Democratic Convention as A Man To Stay

Channing E. Phillips was in 1968, then he has the right to be Nixon's Now I know what 'telling it like It is' actually means. I
known as a "Black Profile of Courage." A congregationalist Proposals: was part of a most exciting and interesting counseling session
minister, Rev. PhillipswastheDistrictofColumbia's held at the Miami Opportunity Center of the FSES for young
avorite-son candidate at the men and women-black,white and Spanish Americans-who were
embattled Democratic Na- Fancy Rhetoric Hollow RingThe about to leave for the Job Corps. For those of you who are
tional Convention" because o* not familiar with Job Corps-it's a voluntary residential
of his courage and his deter- proposals President Nixon presentecffor- welfare training program for youth between the ages of 16 and 21

mination to openly work for a reform, revenue sharing with the states,and manpower train- who cannot keep a Job and who are school drop-outs. It's
change as "Bobbie" Kennedywas ing have been welcomed in some liberal quarters. Their en- goal is to enable a young person to make a decent living and '
working for before his become productive members of their
2 community.
thusiasm, however, is less a testament tosubstantive reforms
assassination. that Nixon has proposed than to his skill in making very little The room was fulled to capacity with young people eager to
A look into his backgroundlets appear to be a great deal.It hear about what they could expect from this program. The
us know that his educa- session began with a film called, "The Uphill Climb" which
tion included studying In the described, in detail, all phases of Job Corps living and learn-
public schools of ing. The theme of the movie-"It takes to Job
Brooklyn, a boy join
is true that Nixon has established for the first time a
NY., and Pittsburgh, Pa.,Car- Federal commitment to maintain national standards for wel- Corps but it takes a man to stay with it"-set the tone. The
negie Museum with a scholar- fare toughness of the daily routine and the rigors of work and
payments, thereby setting a precedent for the possible
ship in painting sculpture; rv future elimination of the inequities which presently exist learning were clearly outlined. The film didn't gloss over
Virginia University where he the young people who decided that Job Corps was too much
between some states. But he has done this on a tragically
received for thel1.It showed how some Just couldn't make it-but it also
an A.B. degree;Col- ,
mini al financial basis, and the ultimate effect should be
gate Rochester Divinity self- efeating. demonstrated how those who did stay finally emerged with a

public schools of Brooklyn, N. Y., and Pittsburgh, Pa., higher regard themselves as they were nowable to return to
Carnegie Museum with a scholarship in painting and sculp- their communities armed with a saleable skill and new values
ture; Virginia University where he received an A.B. degree; Let's take a look at some of the specific reforms he has that could be practically applied to their new way of life. After
Colgate Rochester Divinity School, B.D. biblical studies and proposed and their dangerous implicatlons.--The White the fil, a question and answer period followed.
Drew University's Graduate School. He has an Honorary House plan guarantees families on welfare $1600 of Federal Here, in plain talk, life at a Job Corps Center was describedby
Doctorate in Divinity from Mary Holmes College.His funds every year. This is less than half of the governmentset two persons who had graduated from the program, and two
professional background surely shows hislove for ser- poverty standard$3300 which, in turn, is about onethirdof who had elected to return before their training was completed.
vice and for people, beginning with his teaching in the Schoolof what a family of four needs to maintain a "moderate stan- An FSES Job Corps Specialist the kids that if they expectedthe
Religion, Howard University, 1956-58. tol957-58he was dard of living." The minimum national standard for the aged, same service as their Mothers gave them at home, to for-
Lecturer at the American University; 1958-61, Minister at blind, or disabled would be $780 a year. There is no pro- get about the Job Corps. It was hard work mixed with school.
Haynes Congregational Church in South Ozene Park, Long vision at all made for single persons or for couples without And in most instances, it was cold. The coldest day in Miami
Island (N.Y.); in in 1961 he went to Lincoln Temple, United children. would probably be the warmest day at the northerly based
Church of Christ in Washington D.C. as Senior MInister In Centers. (An audible groan came from the kids at this news.)
1967, he became President of the Housing Development They were told that they couldn't fight atthe Centers: and that
poration, Washington, D.C. While in Washington,Rev. Phillips If the head of a family on welfare is employed, that family's Job Corps was in reality only one step from being in the Army.
has been active in civic,political and community organizationswith total Income can rise to $3920 a year, Just slightly above the Strict rules and regulations about when go tosleep and get
the position as Democratic National Committeeman top- welfare payments which that same family would receive today up, personal hygiene, and work progress were adhered to
ping the list. His memberships include the D. C. Commis- in New York City. But more significantly, Nixon talks with no exceptions, Interestingly, although the kids laughed
sioners' Council of Human Rights and Human Relations; Boardof I I I about the need to work without providing the opportunity self-consciously at themselves and grumbled at times over
Directors, Council of Churches of National Capital area; to work. He proposes 150,000 "new training slots," hardly some regulation that seemed particularly harsh,the room was
Board of Directors, Center for Community Change. He is enought to satisfy the needs of one major city, and he has takenno alive with the feeling that a new and better way of life was
whatsoever to create'new His! train- being offered to
Vice Chairman of the New Community Press.It steps Jobs. manpower them.
Ing proposal is simply an administrative reshuffle. These counseling sessions, led by FSES's George Sanders
is easy to see why Rev. Phillips had the kind of supportat ,
the Democratic Convention from his Washington group and Mercedes Wesley and Don Asbury, have proven to be in-
others from around the country, with Phillip M. Stern, a valuable. They are held frequently and all Job Corps enrolleesare
wealthy white liberal making the nominating speech placing This raises practical; not to speak of moral and constitu- required to attend. By holding their interest at these "
him as the 1968 Presidential candidate. Mr. Stern referredto tional, questions ,about the stipulation that the poor, to be colorful and informative meetings, and telling them truthfullywhat
his candidate as a serious man of public affairs, and stated eligible for relief, be required to "suitable" Jobs or to expect, a newand what could very well be a frightening
that he was qualified by character and courage to tell it like it training. This would not only be impossible to administer, experience has been truned into a much looked forward to
is. Among the many other things Mr. Stern said about Rev. but it raises the specter of a new system of forced labor for adventure.

Phillips, was; "No other candidate before the Convention was the poor and the black. I can see how industry, particularlyin
born and raised in the ghetto. No other candidate has livedin the South, can benefit from the creation of pools of cheap
the ghetto as a Blackman. No other candidate has suffered black labor. But suck a system will exploit the workers on
the impotent outrage of an insult hurled gratuitously from a welfare and depress the wages of those presently employed.The .
neighboring car in Mississippi. This is part of the experiencethat disabled and mothers with pre-school children would be LETTERS_ TO THE EDITORGee
Charming Phillips would bring to the Presidency. exempt from the work requirement, but what about mothers
Although he chose not to run for the Presidency at the 1968 with young school children who must maintain a household and
provide a decent home environment? Will they be forced to
Convention, Channing Phillips is proving that a Black man is ThanksDear
Just another man when he is qualified and has the courage to accpt low-paying, degrading Jobs that will take them away ,
stand up for right; and not only tell it like it is but tell it like from their families and consume all of their time and energy. Editor:

he sees it..always urging people to be prepared work for I have read the August 8th edition of The Miami Times, andI

the good of all people. This is seen in his work in all areas, Ultimately the most ominous aspect of the Nixon proposalsis take this opportunity to extend my sincerest congradulations
especially with the Black United Front to which he belongs.It's what he has called "The New Federalism; This entails for making the Times a newspaper that all people can be
Rev. Channing Phillips who acts as well as speaks. turning over Federal tax revenues to the states who will deter- proud to read.
mine their use, and letting the states administer the job- I can not put my finger on exactly what changes have been
I training and welfare programs. Nixon has couched New make for the betterment of the paper, nor do I know how long
I PHIL OSSDFERr 1 1'rile Federalish" in all sorts of high-sounding rhetoric, but in they have been if effect, for it has been sometime since I .
have read The Times.
reality it is nothing more than a trumped-up version of the
history of idol wor- room for them either. traditional conservative call for states rights. And let Perhaps the improvement is the fact that weare now proudof
ship as disclosed in the Bi- Abraham, the Friend of God us remember that states rights has always, and will always, ourselves as Black people, which might have inspired the
ble interests me greatly. It was a Prophet who deploredthe mean "taking thinkgs away from the niggers." writers to turn out better material, the expanlon of the news,
provokes thought of how idol idol worship of the peopleof the photography, or my own Judgement as a reader. I should
worship still prevails in this His day, and He left His hope that there has been an Improvement in all these areas,
enlightened age. homeland because of it. An It has been frequently pointed out that Nixon is propos- however, whatever the reasons, I now find it a very colorful
ing to increase the meager welfare allotments presently given varied
Our minds are so filled interesting story of how Abraham -
Southern This is all to the that the criber.
with the desire for the many proved the powerlessnessof by states. good, except
material comforts, such as idols is told in the Qu'ran hard-pressed cities in the North will be short-changed, to If you and your team continue to make home runs, (and I
expt:1UitveautomobllesTYinevery: --by-MuhammaoV--- say the least. More fundamentally, this bonaza for the feel that you will,) you can rest assure that you will always
South Is consistent with Nixon -faffled-" outhenrstrategy" -----
"Tiawcheerlng atthe newsstand
room and swimming Abraham's father was a
which earned him the of Strom
pools, that we have forgottenGod. maker of idols in the care warm friendship Sincerely,
Thurmond and which is his to
Our heartsaresocrammed of Abraham, who, despisingthem guiding opposition Negro (Mrs.) Annette Larkins
with these material things broke all the idols except voting rights and to school Integration.

there is no room for Him. one large one. When His Whites Need To Know ;
"For where treasureis father returned seeing the "
your ,
Finally, Nixon's proposals embody a persistent call for
there will heart be destruction he asked Abra- Their Black
your Neighbors
self-reliance and a scathing critic of welfarism, apathy, and !
also." (Matt. 6:21.) If one's ham who broke them. Abra-
dependence. Obviously self-reliance is a virture and apathya
To the Editor
treasures are worldly surely ham said "It was the largeone. :
he worships Idols instead of ." His father said that vice, but these terms have also become conservative I an distressed that the Negro area between SW 62 and 64 I
this was impossible, and rallying cries for anti-Negro ling.And when Nixon warns of Streets, and SW 59 and 62 Avenues, has been removed from ;;
"our decline into welfarism let it not be mis-
God.Strangely ,
the South Miami Elemertary School district. White people
we do not recog- Abraham then asked why, if j
nlzt this lapse of mind within this idol was incapable of taken that he is proposing to mobilize conservative opposi- need desperately to meet and get to know their black neigh-
tion to government programs that are vitally needed by the bors. This is not possible unless black people also face the
the fact such small thing it
us. We deplore doing a I
poor of our nation.At Inconveniences of )
that for Joseph and Mary there should be worsbipped.Today's change.'r
I think the of the Ludlam and Lee schools '
idol pairing JR.E. ;
was no room at the inn. (Luke worshippersare
2:7.), and that Jesus Himself in the same condition of the same time that Nixon was making these "progres- is not a good plan. South Miami Elementary School should I
hM no place to lay his head. those of Abraham's day. They sive" proposals, he strongly rebuked the House of Repre- have been included also. But the transfer of these few ''i'',
(Matt.8u). Why? Becausewe continue to worship material sentatives for appropriating $1.1 billion beyond his budget blocks to the South Miami Elementary School district would l
resent that those who de- idols, striving foolishly for reuest for education. He noted the need to halt inflation, but have helped to offset the Isolation of white students at \ .'.{ I I
nied Joseph, Mary and Jesus that which can profit them so his real impulse was to halt government spending. He is Miami Elementary School. f
had no room in the inn that all the good things of the still the conservative he always was, and his primary con- As it is, white children in only one out of two equally close j
of their hearts, yet we, today world will be added, for then cern is to appeal to the rising conservative sentiment in areas will have the opportunity to grow up free of the racial t'J J (
have shut them out with our they will be used for our bet- America in the hope of building a long-term Republican estrangement which plagues this country.

materialistic desires which terment rather than for our majority. If he .succeeds, it will be the black and the poor Nancy Luykx
clog our hearts, leaving no destruction. who will suffer

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6 THE MIAMI TIMES, Fri day, August 22, 1969'fiJ
Here from Tallahassee are Mr. and Mrs. Terry Clark as Nixon ProposesReorganization
house guest of Mr. and Mrs. John Tolbert of 7030 NW 12th
Ave. Both are school teachers and will be teaching here.

Mr. and Mrs. T. L. Tappen were happy to have as their
house guest their nephew, niece and son, Mr. and Mrs. R. L. Of OEO

Miley from Los Angeles. Lots of events were given for them

-- .BY CLARICE LITTLES including a luncheon given by Mr. and Mrs. R. M. Thompsonon delivered
In his Domestic Speech Research and )Evaluation;
Miami Times Society Editor
Key Biscayne. Presi- which will be
on Aug.8,1969, substantially
It's a full house at Prof and Millicent Wilson's home. Here Visiting Cookie from NewRochelle grandsons,N.,Y.Ray are and Mrs.Roy MarJorie Hamilton Adams, sons dent Nixon outlined his plans to stronger in terms functions
daughter and the
for a visit are Wilbert and Gracita Williams and their son, of the late Roy Hamilton. They are residing with their cousin assign the Office of Economic budgetary support It
Wllbert Jr., New York; Leo and Cecelia Lewis and daughter, Anette Love at 5220 NW 5th Ave. Opportunity, headed by former will receive. It will be respon

Dalia, a friend, Cathy Davis, Melbourne. Her sister, and Vacationing from New York with auntie Miriam Russell are Congressman Donald Rums sible for the review of all CEO
brother-in-law, Joe and Josephine Poltier are busy enter- Mr. and Mrs.Roscoe Daniels their daughters Vernice, and feld, "a leading role In the effort operations, the comparison of

taining the Braxtons, John and Vernay and sons, Keith and Mr. Daniels sister, Mrs. Jean Lindsey. Mrs. Daniels is the to develop and test new ap- project results with project
to the solving of so- objectives, and for
Allen and daughter, Sharon of Philadelphia former Rose Marie Wallace ot this city. proaches recommending -
Arthur (Mooshay) Eve of New York is due in Miami any day cial problems. OEO is to be a new experiments. It
to Join the Wilson, Eve, Poitier and Lacey clan for a family Mrs. Vernell Williams and daughter Jetted to Nassau for two laboratory agency, where new will propose new alternativesand
reunion. weeks to visit relatives and enjoy the fun ideas for helping people are changes in existing Fed
Motoring to Bartow for a family reunion were Rev. and Mrs. Davin Juan Coffee and Sabrina Snype are visiting their cousins tried on a pilot basis." eral programs dealing with the
James (Emma) Waldon. Mr. and Mrs. John Willie Simmons in Jamaica Long Reorganization of the OEO, poor.A .

Recent visitors to our city who attended the State Vocationaland Island N, Y.Vacationing. said the President, "will
Technical Adult Educational Conference at the Fountaine- in Madison were theCalebJackieCrosbysandtheir stress its innovative role. It new Office of Program

bleu were Harvey L. Wilson his wife. Yvonne and their two son, Caleb Jr. But Herbert and Evelyn Williams motoredto also will stress accountability Development responsible for
sons; W. H. and Inez Robinson of Tallahassee Minnie Lee Tampa and Tallahassee to visit relatives. a clear separation of structuring most of the experimental
Austin of New Port News. Grace P. Smith spent the summer touring the Pacific Northwest functions, and a tighter, more efforts and new

Here to visit her daughter and son-in-law (Oscar and effective organization of field concepts that are developed.A .

Dorothy Weaver), is Lucille (Mrs.Jesse) Lillie of Vienna, Ga. Attending Sigma Gamma Rho's boule In Atlanta,then comingto operations." new Office of Program
Charles Lillie, a nephew is also bound for a visit. There is a Miami for a trip to Nassau were Bernice Everett and Tina The reorganization of the Operations responsible for

new member in the Oscar Weaver's home she is Crystal Nettles, Los Angeles; Virginia Sims, Ann Stedman and Pau- Office of Economic Opportunity Improving the quality and effectiveness
Elaine, who has Just been adopted by the couple. line Anderson, Oakland, California. will include: of field activitiesand
Isabell Robertson has returned from a vacation in Nassau. From Ohio, Benjamin and Sylvia Guilford and son Ben Jr. A new Office of Planning, programs.
Isabell is busy entertaining her houseguests, Olivia Strachanand arrived for a stay with their parents.. Ben Jr. was baptizedat

daughters, Tanya and Myra.Tanya celebrated her birthdayon Holy Redeemer Catholic Church. * * * * * * *
Saturday with a party hosted by Mrs. Robertson. A dinner The Ronald (Gina) Frazier's son, Ronald Eugene n was bap- ,*
it' Hill'm Harrlette Stiles a social worker In So. Dade.
party was given for the group by Phillip and Betty Williams. tized at Holy Redeemer also. The Fraziers hosted a brunch Wanna be *
Congratulations to Lynda Lockman, Delta Airlines reser- for the godparents and the family at the grandparents' home : the stealer a of groovy ANY queen scene? :
vation clerk who captured the Miss Black America of Florida (Jim and Fran Chambers) after the ceremony. Be a model any day
title Saturday night at Miami Beach Auditorium. Charles and Pat Lowrie are visiting his mother Mrs,T. L. it and earn high HIGH pay *

Leo Lucas Jetted in from Dayton,Ohio to attend the funeralof Lowrie before returning to Tuskegee,Ala Charles and it (I got $75 for this ten minute h *
his father, Davis Lucas Carol Ann Johnson are visiting their parents..Skip Prestonris it presentation at the hi I ton-
it Plaza for Faberge, where I was *
Dr. George and Dr. Dazelle Simpson and sons attended the down from Norfolk, Va. to visit his sister and< brotherinlaw it later a special guest with Gary *
Medical Convention in San Francisco While Dr. and Mrs. Gloria and Daniel Johnson. .. the W. A. Campbells (Car- Grant.) *
Ira (Louise) Davis vacationed in Freeport.A lotta Rhetta) are visiting her parents, Carl and Wilhelmina I'm a student at 4
trip to Jamaica was the vacation spot for Daisy Russell Rhetta. : LOUISE RILEY FINISHING! :

and daughter, Delores, Thelma McDonald and Bernice White. Annetta and James Bowman and Marsha Evans spent a week & MODELING ACADEMY *

The four enjoyed Kingston, Montego Bay, port Antonio and vacationing in the Bahamas. 35 NE 17th St., Miami, Suite 233 Ph: 379-3581 *
Ocho Rios. Little Yssa McDonald chose Manhattan.Mr. * * * * * * *

and Mrs. Joseph (Stella) Sanford of Thomasville, Ga. MARRIAGEANNOUNCEMENT
were the recent houseguests of Eugene and Mary Weston.

The Nathaniel Carstaphene,Jr.Daytona Beach are moving
to Miami. The newlyweds are employed by the Dade County
Mrs. Louise Moore of 1381
B.P.L The couple is the niece and nephew of Mrs. Beatrice L.
Miller NW 45th Street takes pleasureIn
announcing the marriage of 1I
Georgiana Johnson has returned to the city after an enjoy-
|her daughter Irene to Her-
able visit with relatives and friends in New York City and
|bert Claude Long. The ceremony of
neighboring cities
was performed In Fort I
Dorothy F. Patterson and daughter, Crystal of New York Jackson, S.C. on July 8th.
City are the houseguest of their uncle, Ivan Rolle of 75 NW
49th Street 'a aot s< ...

Terri and Tracey Michael,grandchildren of Beatrice L. Mil WATCH OUT I Io
ler, Jetted to New York after spending the summer In Miami, } the
Daytona Beach and Ocala. But daughter Charlene continuesher FOR DUKE TASK w

Added vacation vacationers in Daytona.to Nassau for a vacation with a foreign (Page 26))

flavor .the Eric Knights and daughter the Vernon Jackson '
Dewey and Clara Knight. Rev. and Mrs. Ernest I YEAR I IAt

Williams "Any where In the world
Stephanie Jones is vacationing with relatives In Seattle, you wont to go"

Washington.Staff Sargent George (Toby) Johnson and his wife, Mae Es- TICKHS COSTNOMO&E4T All 10 Mays Stores1,000's

ther and their two daughters, Terresa and Dava spent five de-
lightful days in Nassau.

Marcia Elaine Clone and Bobby Parker were married Sat- IIrJIIIIWITUYEL of DRESSES
urday in New Bethel Baptist Church. The bride Is daughter of 4UNAU

Mr. and Mrs. Robert Clorie, 5850 NW 15th Ave. The bridegroom
son of Mr. and Mrs. Willie Parker,947 NW 55th Ter. "Your Neighborhood TravelAgents"
After a wedding trip to the Nassau, the couple will live In
Miami. As near to you as your
Get well wishes Mamie Lambert at Mt.Sinal; Mrs. Corene telephone' Give us a call. '
WE DELIVER. 7543517.
Manning who Is recuperating at Jackson after surgery; Mrs. 6105 NW 7th Avenue I PRICE
, Adad Rolle at Westchester after surgery. Sharon Thomas Chas. C. North, Manager .
I at Cedars. Barbara Rogers at Hialeah.
I Leonard and Rozina Ashe are home after a cruise to Nassau -

I on the New Bahama Star. tMR QQESNrT e1r
I Mr. and Mrs. Robert King are announcing the coming mar- DANDRUFF?

riage of their daughter, Shirley Jean to Mr. Rudolph Beckett, ITCHY SCALP? L
Sergeant U. S. Air Force on Sunday, Sept. 7, 1969. j' -
:= .
Recent visitors to our city were Mr. and Mrs. Robert B,
Peterkin and daughter Angle, of New York City. They are NU-KAIR
cousins of Evelyn Kinchen
Motoring to Chicago for their vacation were the CharlesLil
-( ) Trammell and their son, Carl. .,
Beatriz F. Sturgles, having lived :an: Chicago for 161/2': SAFE Missy /t .
years has returned to her native Miami folive. Beatriz will -
be teaching at William J. Bryan Elementary this school year. REUEF Half Size

For an evening of summer fun... "A night in Nassau" '. OR YOUR \.' .?

At Incarnation's activity center ..1749 NW 54th St., Friday, MONEY

August. 29, 8 p.m., sponsored by the Episcopal Church Wo- d f BACKNUKAIR

men.The Alston J. Scotts (Rubye) of Coconut Grove had as their \ X-Tra Special 92 ) \

guests for the past two weeks Mrs. Thomas J. Williams of
Pittsburgh, Pa. and Mr. and Mrs. Ulysses Williams and two M Group Of Dresses WHilE THEY
f medicated to
highly help
daughters of Waynesboro Ga.
rotqrd.d hair grewth end lAST H1
Charlie E, Latimer Jr. and Tommie Lee Turner of Madi- F "
||v.e you fas.t relief, of Don \ &* i
son, Fla. enjoying the sights and beach while in the city are druff, itchy icel* n. fell
the houseguests of the Latimer, Souter and Chavis families levofife fn holr. "beauty Aik fer It elen at you otug Sale Starts Friday 9:30 A.M.

Mr. and Mrs. John (Evelyn) Souter and children spent last > ste '
weekend in Marianna and Madison, they were the houseguestsof A Three Month Supply Only MAYS 90MlralIIIM.I e
Coral Calles
Mrs. Lena Latimer. 11 50 DRESSES .
Buena V. Kelly, grand secretary of Dts. of Elks and Leona 207 So Andrews A*
Denson coordinator of the in Mi- Add F t. lauderdalr
grand worship,stopped over Temple 2800 N. W. 5th Ave. 45 W. Fl.,,.,
ami last Thursday enroute from Nassau Norfolk.They were Miami St. 1627.29 Collins Avenue 7335 Collins Avenue
guest of District Deputy Mae Wood. Miami Beach Miami Beach
120 N. E. let St.
Mr. and Mrs. Rufus Briggs (Winifred) have as their house- TFMPLE Miami Biscayne Shopping Plata 6718 Collins Avenue 1350 N. E, 163rd Si
guest her mother Mrs. Weatherspoon of South Carolina. 885 N. E, 79th St.. Miami Miami Be.chI No. Miami Be.ch

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NOTES ON A NAPKIN: The Irony that surrounds Richmond wife, Mildred Rev Nathaniel .Clark's (founder and first
Heights home-owner Doris Johnson-Walker's demise while on pastor of St Matthew's Baptist) wife.. Fred Seymour, popu-
vacation over in Nassau is the fact that before her sudden pas lar pioneer Miamian real-estater, property owner and busi-
sing she had Just posted an 'In Memoriam' in this gazette to ness man.STUFF.
her deceased husband Benjamin Walker, commeroratlng his
death of one year agoAug 14,1968.Her death followed his Just AND SUCH: Former BTW star quarterback Herbert
one year later on Aug 11, 1969exactly one week after she (Stump) Johnson and the missus, the former Inez McKinneyDean -
had advertised his rememberance...Lest We Forget: 'Willie are Inviting guests to see their daughter Leord Augusta
I s Mays Day' to be observed InSan Francisco Aug 31. There'sa Dean walk up the middle-aisle with Lindsay Maurice Wynn on
,I draft bill now in the House of Commons to repeal Britian's Sunday, Aug 24 in St Agnes' Episcopal If you can't make it to

BY STANLEY "SWEETS" SWEETING anti-obscenity laws. the church by half after four In the early p.m., then scamperout
I II SALT WATER TAFFY: American chain-eateries with Ba- to 5621 NW 13 Ave where the 'happenings' will take place

LINE-0-TYPE hamian franchises that're getting a big play in Nassau along Immediately following the ceremony. Their third daughter
Bay Street: Lum's, Kentucky Fried Chicken, Burger King. Demetria Kala should be there, too, since she's home from
THE LITTLE RED BOOK: Do you wanna know how Saint I sincerely wish that others would do the kind of thing Canon her recent summer graduation from Tuskegee Institute.
Agnes' Episcopal of Miami got started?Well, Til tell you! The Theodore R. Gibson, rector of Christ Episcopal, did for the
late James McKinney and his wife Mrs Emily (Manner) McKinney late humanitarian Bill Baggs, deceased editor of The Miami CONFIDENTIALLY YOURS: Larry and Queenie Hall with
also deceased, arrived in Miami from the Bahamas in Dally News Choreographer KelsanFarrlngton home again son Terrence spent their summer holidays in New York City
1895. They finally settled in a small cottage on NW 9th St between after about three annums away from the Turf.Kelsan's crea- James and Maria Pearson celebrated their 22nd last
3rd and 4th Avenues The cottage still stands today on tive efforts among the fantastic thoroughbreds were executedup Friday (Aug 15)) with a house gathering for neighbors and
what was then Third St. between Avenues Hand L Since Steam in Northern Florida during his tenure away from local friends One of Key West's most congenial and hospitalbe
Laundry machine work and pr ivate wash- night clubs. hosts is former BTW star running back Arthur (Key West)
ing for the wealthy were the choice jobs for Sands Willie Graham's mother Mrs Ruby Graham and

women of the times, Mrs. McKinney wash- I f THE WEEK'S WASH: The Eddie(Mary)Sawyers are expect his aunt Mrs.Josephine Brown along with his wife Laura Mae's
ed clothes privately for the late Mrs. E. G. ing No. 7 any day, now --that is, if the little Himage hasn't dad Ivory Vaughn, all enjoyed a Miami vacation while down
Sewell, wife of a former Miami mayor and allready arrived at Jackson Memorial's maternity stall. from their adopted home of Youngstown,Ohio to vacation here,
Flagler Street (then Cherry Stand later 12th Thomas J. Evans' daughter Juanita due in sometime Monday in Key West ontheFlorida Keys and Nassau-in-the-Bahamas
St) business man. One day while washing her from Valdosta, Ga (via'69 Pontiac)with her mother Theodosia .Remember these St Agnes' Episcopal larks: Elois Barrett-
daily drudgery of clothes, Mrs McKinney Johnson-Evans (Commissioner Range's sisterinlaw) to see Kemp, Doreen Turner.Williams, Yvonne Brown, Valdez Mur-
gan singing a popular tune (The Church Is ",> her dad If anyone tries to tell you differently, tell 'em ray-Murray, Lenora Braynon-Smith ? ? ? That's it brother,
One Foundation) which always accompanied they're wrong? Prof Charles Williams was the most-effective from your one-man-newspaper who knows everybody and
her strokes on the washboard (no washing .t.1 principal Booker T. Washington high school ever had. Others everybody's racket, but who is allways giving some poor sucker -
machines then) and Mrs. Sewell overheard ( were Profs Gordon, Dansby, Evans,Austin, Espy Moseley and a break!
her melodious strains. Gardiner --all blacks, before Nicholas Borota (first white) "
Inquiring into her spiritual life, Mrs. Sewell learned that took over. A close second choice would go to Prof James Espy, 1
Negro Miami had no Episcopal church and that the black popu- another BTW stalwart. 'Sport' Anderson is BTW's current fIett'ftrJ'TUYEL LUCKY LENNY'S
lation was not allowed to attend white place of worship. Mrs. principal. WEEKLY REPORT
Sewell Immediately donated money to assist in the foundingand 811RftlV

construction of Saint Agnes P. E. Church. Also Involvedin SCRATCH MY BACK: Recent Shocks without Absorbers: The "Your Neighborhood Travel Puerto Rice 141823Dog
this venture was the late Mrs. Lou Newbold, wife of the late deaths of Rev Alex Allen, former pastor of Trinity Wesleyan Agent Do): 11/39/59
Surrey taxi operator and later mortician George Newbold. Methodist, who replaced the late founder and first pastor of
First Episcopalian assemblage worshipped on the corner of Trinity Wesleyan Rev John H. LeMasney Rev James E. A. near to you 01 your
Fourth Street and Avenue H (now NW 8th St and 3rd Ave) before Culmer, third pastor of Trinity Wesleyan Methodist, who replaced telephone.tfe d.liver.Give 1104 us NW a coll.3rd
moving to Its present location on Third Avenue between Rev Allen after a ministerial shakeup that proved both Av.. FR 9-8451. Chol. C. BANK
17th and 19th Streets. The McKinney's daughter Mrs Albertha popular and unpopular among parishioners Rev. John North, Manager REPOSSESSIONS
Thompson still survives and lives at 9027 NW 18th Avenue. Johnson of St James Baptist's (who succeeded his brother the
She'll see her 80th birthday on November 30. late Rev Joseph Johnson, founder and first pastor of St James) 1967 Cadillac Sedan

1965 Chevy Impala

Super Sport

1965 Bonnevi He Pontiac

BUR: r i ll S' 1966 Galaxie 500 Ford

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Vermont Heritage
Vermont is well known for
x 1 ,t its rich heritage in crafts and
499 industries. Native products include -
furniture, pottery, cheese
7-14 and the production of maple
x ss tS' syrup. Each of these has a long
history often dating back to
Early American days when
they were carried out in the
Co mpar. at $4.99-$8l Fall's fashion home. Today, these "cottageindustries"
have grown to
: i s, favorite the tumble-dry, major proportions.
J 4 t ready-to-wear ;jumper. And small Cooking With
: scholars love the bright new The Spirit Of Vermont
I Vi & r
1 ii colors, "big" girl styles. Syrup tapped from Vermont
maple trees it now enjoyed
1 -? Low flounces, swingy pleats, throughout the nation. Although
t belted Vermont maple
=--- styles pure
V syrup is fairly expensive, rela-
Solids, perky plaids, crunchy tively inexpensive Vermont
\\ tweeds. maple and sugar cane syrup
+ $. 5S blends, produced by Vermont
; < t Fortrel (r) polyester and cotton Maid, are available in supermarkets -
:. a 1 'j't Dacron (r) polyester and cotton These syrups retain
the maple flavor reminiscent of
I Colonial cookery.
,$6 yt : Syrup Has Many UsesIf
+ : you've been limiting your
enjoyment of syrup to pan-
'rS cakes and waf-
fles, you've
/ Y been missingsome
4 SPECIAL! girls' dresses treats.
I R 11j l. Vermont Maid
syrups add a I

1j Q99 il 99 delightfuimen- 7" ,I I
sion to baked
/ t 7.x goods. Or, substitute syrup for
.. 3-6X 7-14 sugar on hot cereal mix it with
whipped cream served on gin-
1 gerbread. Use the rich syrup to
':t Reg. 6.99-$101 Back-to-school glaze baked ham or baked
/ styles in polyester/ tatoes, and try it on
apples. Simplest of all for a 60-
Ir 1 11 i cotton. All new and exciting in second breakfast, pour the syrup -
} 4 solids, plaids. over hot white or raisin
toast. You'll find that syrup
with the spirit of Vermont
young people's world, at all makes a pleasant addition to
at z 7 Burdine's stores dozens of dishes.

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Pepsi fn Cola' Launches


Safety CampaignH.

G. Page, vice presidentand Dade County from 6 p.m.Fri- 1rr
general manager of Pepsi day, August 29, to 12 midnight a
Cola Bottlers of Miami, Inc. Monday, September 1, (Labor
and Arnold C. Kaufman, vice day Weekend as set by the U1H
president and general mana- AAA) then the over one mil- t"
A <
ger ofWFUN-Radloannounced lion residents of Dade Countywin <5SportcasterBobGallagherofMiami's
a major highway safety cam- They will have a safe and ,
paign for the Labor Day Week- fun holiday and about a week 4- ,
end at a press conference on later on a Sunday, Pepsi Cola
Sunday, August 17, in the Rotunda will set up in various shopping -.....- -
of the Pepsi plant.In centers throughout the county iii -.t
the State of'Florida almost and dispense free Pepsistoall }' s WTVJ-TV station .
a person a day is killed residents of Dade County.The interviews pro football's/ great running back Gayle/
on the highway. In an effort to locations will be announced in Sayers in Delta Air Line's Crown Room at Miami International .
do something to alleviate this a full-page newspaper adver- Airport recently. Sayers was in town (or a preseason .
deluge of slaughter on our motorists tisement.All exhibition game between the Miami Dolphins of
in Dade County to drive the AFL and the Chicago Bears of the NFL. Sayers'
safely during the Labor Day the delivery trucks of the team, the Bears, won. FormerU--Miami All-American end
Holiday. If there are no auto- Pepsi Cola Bottlers will carry Jim Dooley, now Bear head coach, and backfield coach
mobilt fatalities recorded in safe
signs promoting driving.
Sid Luckman flew I in with Sayers on a Delta nonstopjet
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Miami Herald about the money that was spent by the County i t', .. '.... ';
Commissioners and their trips. Former County Commissioner : w., .. .......!i;.. .. :' ;,/I,, ":"N

Neal Adams was charged as having gone to Portland, 11\f )?\i,''.:.. ;;'\ '' '. ,'rtd., ,f
Oregon to attend the National County Commissioners meetingof
which Metro Mayor Chuck Hall is president. On the Fri- Receives
day before Monday's announcement that Mr.Earl Carrol would I
Combat Action
regain his seat, I heard (with my own ears) and invitation extended -
to Commissioner Adams by Mayor Hall to attend the Ribbon

meeting of, Mr. Adams thanked the Mayor but told him that Sgt. Raymond Teal U.S. Air
d Saturday was his busiest day in the store. The Mayor assured Force, presently stationed at
him that he was legally within his rights since he was still a Tuy Hoa Air Base Vietnam,
member of the Commissionanditwouldbegood experience for has just been awarded the
him to attend Mr. Adams told him he realized it, but did not combat action ribbon for con-
think he would be able to attend. A week or so later, figures spicuous gallantry and intrepidity -
appeared in the Miami Herald stating that Mr.Adams and other Sgt. Teal distinguished 1$4'j
commissioners had spent monies on each trip that was named himself by gallantry and intrepidity -
(itemized account), Thus,NealAdams was charged with taking on August 10, 1969
this trip and he did not go. No one has checked with Mr. while serving as ,a machine
Adams to see if he went and spent taxpayers money....legally gunner of a four man air police -
or unlegally..even after the Mayor assured him that he couldgo. ambush patrol.
I want to clear the record..Neal Adams did not go to The young sergeant demon-
Portland, Oregon. In fact, as Neal Adams told me, "DaveI strated indomitable courage
served on the Metro Zoning Board for five years and we when he and his small patrol
get )J0$ per mile for my travel to meeting we attend. In the ambushed and pinned a Viet
entire five years, I have never sent ina request for payment, Congrifle company down which Y
nor have I received any milage." So, along these lines I had penetrated the air base
think that the reporter who wrote the story saying that Mr. with 50 caliber machine Nassau Clyde i illens: will present his always popular "Night In Nassau",
Adams spent the taxpayers money illegally should apolo- fire. The remaining VietCong gun Sunday, Aug. 24th at the I Island I Club.I Enjoy the sounds of three bands:

gize to Mr, Adamson Page one in bold type. The Miami rifle company was totally destroyed Bruce Beneby and his Miami JunkanooesFrank Williams andhlsRocketeers,
Herald is known as a "fair-minded" and I'm
newspaper by another air police Cornbread and his Afro Band Phil
plus Harris and his show.A
big .
sure that they will see to it that Mr. Adams' name Is cleared ambush team in the vicinitySgt.
because this may hurt his chances if he decided to run for a Teal is the son of AnnieD. $25 cash prize will be awarded for the best costume. Cook at home

Commission seat In an upcoming election Teal. He Is also a graduateof and bring your Bahamian baskets with you. Admission: Advance $2.50at

Quick Note Department: I read a newspaper printed by the Miami Northwestern Senior door 300. Call the Island Club, 3741550 and make your reservations.
Black Panthers and it seems that they have some good ideas, High School
and maybe they aren't as bad as some people think. Me, I
don't know any of their members,but I would kike to meet one
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of their leaders so I can write a story about their goals and
ambitions, Just might prove to be Interesting..... Help Available 'For Retarded Attention Parents 111

Stopped in at the new Denny's Resturant at 36th Street and SMALL
Children And Adultsfamilies Ii!1"1' FRYE LITTLE 1111
Biscayne Blvd. the other night and they have a cute little

waitress in there who talks like June Allyson.. Her name is Do you know a retarded with present and future 1 RED SCHOOL HOUSE 1 11
Debbie Perrotti, and she is as nice as can be. Mayme and I child ages 3 through 7 who planning for their re- .
had a little chat with her and the service and food were bothvery '
can benefit from a r -school tardate.
11 I fifl
good. Stop in for,an early or late snack..Heard a joke program?, DARC is located at 307 REGISTRATION BEGINS AUGUST 21, 1969
the other day that you might enjoy: These two little girls Do you know a retarded Roper Building, 20 Southeast 11 Transportation, hot lunches and snacks cer- :ff:
went to school together,v ryday. One was names LUre and adult 18 years or older who Third Avenue, Miami. Call I :::: tified by state welfare board. ::::
the other was Sarah. Lille could not talk very clearly be- needs guidance finding some 373-7633 for information. ti'1' 6729 NW 23rd Court j11!
t cause she has a lisp, so she called Sarah,'"Twara." worthwhile activity to fill his For further Information call :l:; Telephone: 691-2051 or 633-2306 ;:::
One morning they were a little early for school and decided day? Mrs. S, Schekman, 373-7633. :;:::: :::::::::::::::%: m:::%::::::%:%: ::%:::;::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::i:::::;::::::::::::::::::::::::
1/ to play jumping on the tiles of the railroad track. Finally If so, call Dade County As-
Lille said, "Twara, get off the wail woad wack, the twains sociation for Retarded Chil- I
coming." But Sarah kept playing. Again Lille said, "Twara dren, a United Fund agency,
get off the twack, the twain's coming" but Sarah kept playing. dedicated to the welfare of LONGER.
The Sarah saw the train coming, and tried to run, but her foot the mentally retarded of all
caught In the track. The train wooshed by, and Lille went on ages. ..
to school along, crying her heart out. Teacher asked Lille DARC has four pre-school
why she was crying and she sobbed all the more and said, classes for 3 through 7 year
me and Twara was coming to school :and we were playing on olds They are located at: YET MILDER.
the wall woad twack and when I saw the twain coming I told Flamingo park,. 7121 SouthWest -
Twara to get off the track, the twain was coming, but she Third Street; Christ
kept on playing" Methodist Church,2850 South-

The teacher coaxed her to continue, and she sobbinly said, west 27th Avenue; Sunset =20=C16AR(7Tg ;'
"when Twara saw the twain coming she twied to run but her Heights Baptist Church, 510 ]
foot got caught In the twack and the twain went woosh." East 41 Street, Hileah: and
So the teachers asked her what happened then? Lille said, "I Biscayne Gardens Baptist
looked over and I saw Twara's leg"b'ver there; and I saw Church, 15395 North Miami
Twara's arm over yonder, and then I was the dwess Twara Avenue 11 11f I
was wearing over on the other side." The teacher asked her, DARC has Robert T. Knight
"then what did you do?" Lillie said, "I told Twara 'you'd Adult Activity Center for retardates '
better pull yourself together, we're gonna be late for kool. 18 years and older
If you did not see "The Committee," it Is playing at the who cannot function in other

Mayfair Theater. Funny!...! told you a while back to see Community programs.
"Poppy," the story of a Puerto Rican family In New York. DARC has a social ser- I
Those of you who saw it, and laughed at the scene where vices department ready to help I. ) i iI.

the Cuban people were having their big celebration, and the
one lone little Puerto Rican, man yelled*, "V Iva Puerto I LADY LEE SAYS
Rico" will get a kick out of knowing that when this movie GET YOURSELF -
showed In the Puerto Rican neighborhood in New York..a TOGETHER WITH
friend of mine says that the whole theatre stood and cheered My Once A Year "Back To
and yelled, "Viva Puerto Rico." That I would like to have School Savings Salt".
seen." If you didn't see that picture yet, please don't miss
it..It Is a good picture for young adults. The whole family THE
should see "The Love Bug" and If you have a Volkswagen, NATURAL
It Is a must..With Mayme working these crazy hours, I'm O AFRO : I
becoming movie critic, I guess. That does it for this week. Now I; 1
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last Saturday Aug. 16th, there were
for the opening of the new"Champburger." Visiting the placeI.
found out that it is a really nice
personally place for
The name itself gives one the idea of something large and
extremely powerful K is a psychedelic group consisting of : folks, who want a place they can really enjoy when they sit
down to eat without going to the white man's place all
five young men, which doesn't make it so large. However, the time.
I will like to say this much, I hope the teenagers would
after try
Friday's night's concert at the Jai Alai Fronton their 4 ,
strength is not doubted by anyone who attended.The $rsrw ,, to enjoy themselves too instead of destroying it like they did

group consists of two lead guitarists, a bass, a drum- the previous places that were there.
mer and a soul, and I mean soul, lead singer. These five The community extends their heartfelt sympathy to the Clark

guys together gave a beautiful performance that capturedthe and Nealey family.
Get well wishes are extended to Mr. Rublnoff Jones
crowd and really gives everyone a shocking volt of who's
electricity, confined at Mercy Hospital and to Jerry Himphrey, Sr. who's

The soul singer transfixed everyone as if we all were under ( confined at Jackson Memorial Hospital.
the spell of his pacific gas. He performed numbers like Vincent and Victor Bain, the sons of Mr. and Mrs. victor

"Cry, Cry, Cry" which had everyone in a cold sweat. The fe >Y3 Aa Bain of Bains Funeral Home Coconut Grove, report a most
bands rendition of "Wade la The Water" would have been enjoyable stay in the beautiful city of Nassau, where they

commended by Ramsey Lewis himself, and the PGE's big visited with their grandfather, Victor, Sr.

hit "The Hunter" was appreciated by rafter ringing applause. Happy Birthday wishes to:. Henry Humphre, Jr., who celebrated
Sharing the bill with the starring group were Miami'sown his ((1)) birthday on August 18th.

Jamine and the Fantasy Giving their usual great per- Linda and Debra Cooper, the daughters of Mr. and Mrs.

formance, the Fantasy along with theft beautiful blonde Roosevelt Cooper, just arrived In Miami after a 2 month
lead singer Jamine upset the Fronton. visit with their grandmother in Dublin, Georgia.

Among those digging the show were Ralph Murray, Althea Sod Sut&i 01{ tie Week All the Cavaliers this year cast their eyes upon "Orethla
; Fascel Nat Curmity." Orethia is the first black
r Vaughns, Vondolyn Burke, Marshall Burton majorette Gables Senior
Arnold, Ron Keirson and Donald James. High to have since its 5 years of being an integrated school.
Look forward to the Three Dog Night in the very near Headed for Atlanta and Morris Brown is Juanita 'Good luck to you Orethia.

future. Mention, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Charles Mention of If anyone in the area knows how to do Tailoring, and Is
2100 NW 47th Ter. Juanita will major in Psychology.Her looking for a job in this field, please contact me.
BEAUTY PAGEANT SHOWS GREAT TALENT: present hobbies are dancing and digging jazz and
Last Saturday night at Miami Beach Auditorium 15 girls classical music.
competed in semi-final competition for the title of Miss TEEN OF THE WEEK rie plans for thejuture to

Black America of Florida. Among them were, the winner, come a social worker.
Linda Valarie Gibson, the daughter hobbies are reading, be-I
lovely Lockamn and her two charming runner-ups
Sandra Pearson and Mary Alice Young. of Ulysses and Peggy and listening to the
Gibson. Valarie attends Ga- tunes.
The girls were very talented, each in their own way.
Troop 40 Earns 45 bles Senior where she
Miss Lockman, did a skit of Mary had a little lamb from High,
kindergarten to old age. Beautiful Sandra Pearson openedher Merit; Badges In WeekBoy will be a senior. She attendsSt. ,
Paul AME Church.
talent with a monologue on the message of drums.
Scout Troop 40 the senior patrol leader William
She climaxed with an expressive ,.African dance that you
go go troop from Antioch Tyler, Fox patrol leader;Wil-
would have had to see to believe. Tantalizing Mary Young
Baptist Church under scout- lie Everett; Wolf patrol leader L.KINGGeneral
entertained us with a modern dance showing her versionof
master japhus Fincher, have Julius Neal,Bobcat patrol lea-
The Creation. It was gracefully superb.
returned from der Eugene Graham Bear
a highly suc- ; ,
Among other talent was Mary Cotts who performed an
cessful week of camping at patrol leader Willie Johnson
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original song and dance "I'm a Slave and I Want To Be Free"The
member of Fox and
Sebring.The patrol
act was extraordinary and in excellent taste. The storyof ; Hauling
troop earned a record Jefferson Allen, Eagle patrol.
"Tobacco Road" was told Lou Rawls style by lovely
45 merit the Scoutmaster
badges during Fincher and
Yvonne Collins and Beverly Rizer recited a poem by Lang- 1401 N.W.
ston Hughes. week and was Judged to be- assistant scoutmaster Al-
the best troop at camp this fornla Thomas thanking 51st Terrace
Professional talent was also at its best at the Beauty
Pageant. The match maker of all times Mr. Joe Tex was summer. the pastor, members and Phone F
there with his dynamite soul review. Seven of the troop membersand friends who helped make the

I must admit, I wasn't an out and out Joe Tex fan before the scoutmaster were trip possible. 696-3698
for the Order of the -
Saturday night but hearing on record is one thing and a tapped
personal appearance is another. Mr. Tex is a great per- Arrow 0 Shot Caw Lodge 265. CALLING
former and his impersonations equal his singing talent. They were Calvin Johnson, RICHMOND HEIGHTS

He shook Elvis Presley to the bone, with guitar in hand, MIAMI, HOMESTEAD, GRANDOPENING
loose collar and all his tan is all that made the difference.Joe OPA-LOCKA

was James Browtmll the way when he fell to his knees NEEDEDiManogers: ..- .. .
during "Please, Please, Please" and don't think for one women. We will train you
I'f minute he wasn't helped off the stage three different times II for position with distributors -

; and each with a beautiful velvet and sequin capes. Mr. Tex'srend1t1on Cosmetics of Holiday Magic
of Charles in the From products. Fullor
"Yesterday" was Ray bag. part'time. Small Investment -
behind the dark shades the guy really did his think. brings you generous
I must compliment his two beautiful Go-Go girls who really HERE'S PROOF YOU'LL commsslon, unusual op .
had their things together. (Mentally and physically. ).' t portunlty In America Fastest
'., LIKE OUR PRINTINGand. growing consumer industry -
AROUND TOWN: pearance and Intelligentmanner.

Donald James, '69 graduate of Miami Jackson, gliding our, customers com kick! For
around town in his new '69 canary yellow convertible Appointment WHY
Call after
Miami Times p.m.

VM.Led Zeplin to appear this weekend at Pirates World. MR. SAWYER 3 FRY INSUMMER

Beautiful Verne Jo Pegues has returned to her Opa Call OX 10421 634-9024 ?

Locka home after vacationing In Washington, Virginia and ._
New Orleans. ----

A lot of people disappointed in the reasoning of residentsfor I 0 ooo 000 00000 tSO t COOL WITHABUCKET

various school districts. ,
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ALBUM OF THE WEEK: "The: Temptations Show"

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I Top Fashion -And Cosmetic Expert :_ it -iI

Joins Afram HouseDeVera r

Edwards, interna- wear editor for Ebony, Tan" I
tionally known
fashions and and Jet magazines
cosmetics expert, has joined She taught fashion, beauty
Afram House, a Miamibasedblack
and charm at the Ophelia F
business enterprise, as DeVore Charm School, and
vice president In charge of was home and fashion direc-
Afram's New YorkCity office tor at Sepia magazine for two ,
Miss Edwards,wr iter, years. In 1955, she was cochairman j '
world traveler and beauty expert of the March of 1y
came to Atram from f Dimes campaign in Upper New _
Pharmaco, where she served York City
since 1961 as trade relations She was an associate pro-
I coordinator and beauty con- +y yDEVERA ducer of By-Line Newsreel,
sultant, traveling the nation which produced news clips and
giving lectures on make-up documentaries. Miss Edwards -
: and hair care, to colleges, also is known for her
high schools and women's radio commentaries.
groups. In 1958, she was decoratedby + y l
I Miss Edwards is a friend EDWARDS the Dominican Republicfor
of Blanche Calloway, presi- authored a beauty book,"por her coverage of fashions,
dent of Afram House and sis- trait Of You At Your Best," and won the Art and Cultural
ter of the famed Cab Callo- and has Achievement Award
traveled given by
extensively A fashion show for Faberge was held at the Hilton Hotel in Miami Beach
way. Like Miss Galloway,she through North and South, the City of Buffalo, New York.
shares a lifelong love of show Africa and Europe. She is a Houston and New Orleans have recently, shere a new product was introduced for the black market. Mr. Bill
business. Miss Edwards has United Airlines Million MUer, presented her with the key to Santos, Director of Faberge's Marketing Development arranged the show to-
appeared in films over the a Lady Admiral with American the city. gether with Louise Ri i II ley who runs a successful modeling school in Miami.
t years, and had a part in the Airlines, and recentlyre- She produced and directedthe
movie "Sodom and Gomor- ceived membership In The. first American fashion Louise Riley's Finishing and Modeling Agency is considered one of the
rah" starring Stewart Granger Order of the Flying Orchidas show in France, at the Cannes
best in the city with top girls from all races. Shechose thelatest fashions
Film Festival in 1961.
a major traveler on Delta.
Born and raised in New Airlines. Miss Edwards is listed in from Burdine's to highlight thenew Bronze Baby make-up.

Rochelle, New York,Miss Edwards Miss Edwards wrote a Who's Who in American Women Top executives from Faberge including the President, Mr.George Barrie
studied Who's Who in the East
I Journalism and fashion column for a syn-
fashion writing CityCollege dicated news service and Who's Who in Commerceand anddirector Gary Grant, were among the 200 representatives from all over
I of New York, and fashion designing signed children's clothes and Industry, as well as the
at Pratt Institute. She operated her own firm,servedas Who's Who International Di- the country to seethe fashion show. All fashions were perfectly coordinatedwith
also studied in Rome fashion rectory.She .
Italy editor for the New
the new Bronze Baby make-up for today's look. Not only is it for the
Miss Edwards Review
brings a Magazine, and for six Is a life member of
) wealth of experience to her years was fashion coor- the NAACP, and a member of black market. but for anyone wishing that beautiful bronzy-type tan.
position with Afram. She dinator, stylist and men's the Urban League,



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MIAMI TIMES Friday,.August 22, 1969 13 ,

Women Plan

Cookin'with Enroll" In Adult Education )

Open HouseAt

Classes AtNorthwestern
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Women's organization for
the march on education fowl!is Adult
having an Open House on Fri-
I have just returned from a Dis Jockety convention in
22 at
day evening, August ,
Washington, D.C. I had the pleasure of meeting and talking 800pm.: at the North Cam-
to people like Rev Jessie Jackson,Dick Gregory,Rap Brown, pus of Miami-Dado Jr. Col-
Mayor of Washington, D.C. and many people involved in our lege in the Faculty Dining Education Center
government. It seems the concensus of opinion is, in Miamiwe Room of the Student Union !
are not involved enough. When I say involved I mean Building.All .
involved in the policy making of our community, the daily women who are interested -
running of lives.
We here our in Miami have people telling us what to buy, whereto college in entering and those or returning presently to A survey conducted by the governing (I

buy and when to buy. And even the people that tell us are not
invited to hear
attending! are board of the model cities has indicatedthat
living in our community. For example the radio station that pr:, Robert H. McCabe, Exe-
was once the voice of our community WAME 5,000 watts, has
cutive Vice President of
there is a demand in this model !
been taken
completely away from us. And not even replacedwith MiamiDade Junior College, i '
.250 watts. Now that's like turning off 5,000 watts of tell about"Mia mi-Dade cities area for the following adult
lights and leaving a whole community in total darkness. And nior College, What It Offersto
little can we afford to be in the dark in this day and age. Adults."Other talks will be education classes.
Yes, little can we afford: to be in the dark not knowing given by the Division Di-
what's happening in Miami, Washington and all over the United rectors in all areas of edu-
States among our won black people. We need to know not only cation. Registration is now being accepted for
that the black
man is getting away from conventional dress and Women! is a student organization -
conventional music and also foods.
dedicated to
I had the pleasure of seeing in Washington a group of ing women in the communityto inspir- classes which will begin Sept 2 1969.
young Black people from Chicago, who are completely doing return to school and to ,
their beautiful black thing from African clothes to African finding solutions to the problems
music even to African foods. Now I am not saying we bere
in Miami should all start eating African foods, listeningto in school.women encounter GENERAL ADULT EDUCATION ((7-10 p.m.)

African music and wearing African clothes but we should Husbands and friends are
know that some of our people in other parts of the United Statesare invited to the Open House. Re- ENGLISH I MW
doing it, loving it and enjoying it. We should know that freshments will be served. ENGLISH 2, 3, & 4 TTh
II a man like Rev. Jackson in Chicago to close down business for
71 a whole day and let black merchants make all the money for
that one day in the black community. AMERICAN GOVERNMENT r MW
r.J We should know that people like Dick Gregory,Rev. Jackson DON'T MISS THE GENERAL MATH <"'MW

and others would be only glad to come to Miami to helpus GENERAL SCIENCE TTh
to teach us not to riot but better ourselves, our businessesand MidSummerDinner
our communities, and we need people like this for Inspiration -
among our race, because we have very few leadersin

our community.Now I want to. talk briefly about leadership, last week I PRESENTED BY OFFICE OCCUPATIONS ((7-10 p.m.)

spoke about one of our leaders in this community, Mrs. ST. AGNESEPISCOPAL
M. Athalie Range. This week I want to tell you we need IBM KEYPUNCH MW
20 more like her. More city and county commissioners, LEGAL SECRETARY TRAINING TTh
more preachers that will tell us the truth from the pulpit. FRIDAY SEPT. 5, 1969
Not only that Jesus Christ is coming back to save us and re- 8:00 p.m. BOOKKEEPING TTh
deem our sins, but if he does come back we'll have a com- SHORTHAND MW
munity we would be proud to invite him into. A communityof TYPING 1 ., \MWi
love, brotherhood and understanding. Because after all DUPONT PLA'A HOTEL TThTRADE 1 ,
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when he was bere before he had such a hard time surely lJe BlvdjWoyDonation
would like to show improvement in us in the last 2,000 years. $6.00
Every summer I am asked to come to various television
stations and give my opinion of what we should do in the com- AND INDUSTRIAL
munity to avoid trouble to avoid strife and avoid riots. And MMAHMMMHMMMHMBttCktEMERSON/
every summer I Well them, let's; show the black man in ,! ((6:30-10:30 p.m.)
a better image. Let's' show some of the good he is doing in '
this .community, let's give our kids a better outlook into the AUTOMOTIVE BODY REPAIR MTWT

I tell them let's take some of the kids out of the ghetto each -', '
week to see places they only get a chance to hear about such TELEVISIOIN ,
as Miami Seaquarium, pirates World,Monkey Jungle,Vizcayaand AIR CONDITIONING & HEATING MECH. MTTh
various beaches in our town. I asked them for more .((7..11 p.m.) available at Miami Central

swimming pools, more workshops, more playgrounds more rrttr High Adult Education Center
educational and constructive movies in the many,many movie
1781 NW 95th Miami Florida)
Street, ,
houses in our community. Every year they tell me "Butter"you
are right, great idea, but nothing ever becomes of it. ; ,ff
Let us not forget that other cities with summer time pro- 88 ;
blems are with us all year round. I am awful afraid that the HOME ECONOMICS '.
people who are involved in the black man's revolution, in .
this country and who exert their knowledge,their experiencesand CLOTHING CONSTRUCTION, Basic ((7-10 p.m.) MWTh :

.energy to display it in the summer months will realize in CLOTHING CONSTRUCTION, Advanced ((1.4 p.m.) Tues.
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Miami all year round I II! The "Ball" ya'll.

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be held on Tuesday, September to anyone who is interested in APPLIANCES
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tration charge business now in operation.

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16 THE MIAMI TIMES, Friday, August 22. 1969

I 8-(( Staff Sets Pre-Planning- Conferencesident I,

Dr. Rable J. Gainous, Jr. Be tb une-C ookma:1 risings." Clarence N. Childs, Direc- the fourth "Analyses Effective Lines of Communi
Chairman Planning Committee College will be the keynote Registration of studentswith tor of Student Personnel; Mrs. of Grading Systems" will be cation" during the Thursday
Bethune -Cookman Col- speaker during the Initial session greater dispatch will be Henrine W. Banks, Dean of discussed under the direc- morning session.Dr. .
lege announced plans for a Tuesday at 8:30 a.m. discussed during an afternoon Women; and John V. Knight, tion of Dr. C. Ross Milley.A .
Pre-planning Conference with Dr. Moore will speak from session with Harry. Burney, Dean of Men. conference cook-out will Watie R. Pickens, Self
faculty and staff September the subject "The Restless Development Director, pre- The third session will begin be hosted by Mr. and Mrs. Study Director will present an
2-4. Freshman Week Activities Christian College" Dr. Ga- siding. Included in the dis- Wednesday with a discussionof Jack McClairen Wednesday, "Overview of the Status of the
September 5-12th was Inous will give a brief con- cussion group are: James E. "Problems of Academic evening at their residence, Self Study during the sixth
announced by Edward R. Rod- ference "over-view" and Dr. Huger, Business Manager; Advisoring." Dr. Thurman 1337 Idlewild Drive. session. The conference will
riguez, Director of Place- Joseph H. Taylor, Academic Harrison F. DeShields, Re- W. Stanback, Chairman, Di- end with a "President's Din
ment. Dean will presentanacademic gistrar; Nathaniel A. Nelson, vision of Humanities will Students and faculty will ner" in the Charles Parlin
Dr. Richard V. Moore, Pre- commentary on "campus up Director of Scholarships; serve as moderator. During discuss "Establishing more Student Center.


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Tue 9-12 817 Basic Clothing Redlands Fruit & Spice Park Mon 9-12 817 Basic Clothing North Glades Park
Wed 9-12 836 Home Furnishings Redlands Fruit & Spice Park Mon 9-12 817 Basic Clothing Miami Northwestern Ad Cent.
Wed 9-12 817 Baste Clothing Leisure City Recreation Park Mon 876 Furniture Reupholstery Virginia Gardens Town Hall
Wed 1-4 836 Home Furnishings Redlands Fruit & Spice Park Mon 10-1 10-1 817 Basic Clothing J. E. Scott Homes
Wed 1-4 821 Good Grooming & Charm Dev. Leisure City Recreation Park Mon. 1-4 817 817 Basic Clothing Jollivette Sr Center
Wed 7-10 817 Basic Clothing Florida City Comm School Mon 1-4 Basic Clothing Metropolitan Sr Center
Wed 7-10 817 Basic Clothing Richmond Hetghts Jr HiSchool Mon 4-7 817 Basic Clothing Miami Northwestern Ad Cent.
Thur 9.12 818 Advanced Clothing Redlands Fruit & Spice Park Mon '::10 ::1 Basic Clothing B T Washington Comm Sch
Thor 9-12 876 Furniture Reupholstery Redlands Fruit & Spice Park Mon -10 Basic Clothing Norland Jr Hi Comm SCH
Thor 1.4 818 Advanced Clothing Redlands Fruit & Spice Park Mon Basic Clothing Brownsvn Jr Hi Comm Sch
Thur 1.4 876 Furniture ReuIilolstery Redlands Fruit & Spice Park Mon 7-10 7-10 817 817 Banc Basic Clothing: ; B T Washington Comm Sch
Thur 7-10 876 Furniture Reupholstery Redlands Fruit & Spice Park Tue 9 ClOth J E Scott Homes
Thur 7-10 817 Basic Clothing Redlands Fruit & Spice Park Tue 9-12- 8177 Basic Clothing Miami Northwestern Ad Cent.
Basic Clothing North Regional Part
MIAMI BEACH Tue 9-12 876 Furniture ReuJilolstery Stephen Clark Comm Center

Mon 9-12 817 Basic Clothing Surfs ide Recreation Center NORTHWEST DADE
Mon 1-4 818 Advanced Clothing Ida Fisher JrHiComuSchoolMon
1-4 821 Good Grooming & Charm Day Surtside Rec. Center
Mon 7-10 817 Basic Clothing Treasure Is. Elem Comm Sch Tue Tue 1-4 817 Basic Clothing Edison Sr. Center
Toe 9-12 817 Basic Clothing Ida Fisher JrHiCommSchool Tue 1.4 817 Basic Clothing Stephen Clark Bldg.
Toe 1-4 817 Basic Clothing Ida Fisher Jr HiComm School Tue t 818 Advanced Clothing Miami Northwestern Ad Cent.
Toe 7-10 817 Basic Clothing Ida Fisher JrHiCommSchool Tue 820 Intermediate Clothing North Dade HI School
Tue 7-10 821 Good Grooming& Charm Dev. Treas Is. Elem Corn Sch Tue 7-10 :g Basic Clothing BrownsvWe Jr HI Comm Scb
Wed 1-4 81'7 Baste Clothing Ida Fisher Jr HI Comm Sch Tue Basic Clothing Larchmont Gardens
Wed 7-10 846 Advanced Foods Ida Fisher Jr HI Comm Sch Tue 7-10 820 Intermediate Clothing North Dade Jr HI School
thill' 9-12 820 Intermediate Clothing Surtside Recreation Center Wed 7-10 876 Furniture ReuJilolstery Norland Jr Hi Comm Sch
thill' 1-4 818 Advanced Clothing Surtside Recreation Center Wed 9-12 817 Bask flOthing Cloverleaf Recreation cent.
9-12 817 Basic
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NORTHEAST DADE Wed 9-12 9-12 818 818 danced Clothing North Regional Rec. Cent:OL
Wed 10-1 Clothing Virginia Gardens Town Hall
Mon 9-12 '81'7 Basic Clothing First Fed.Bant of Little River Wed 1-4 817 Basic Clothing Liberty Squre Club Room
Moo 9-12 817 Basic Clothing First Fed.Bank, 900NE 125 St Wed 4-7 817 Basic Clothing Miami NorthwesternAd.Cent.
, Moo 9-12 818 Advanced Clothing Ojus Recreation Center Wed 7 820 Intermediate Clothing Miami Northwestern Ad Cent.
t Moo' 9-12 8:1:: Good Grooming 1& Charm Dev. Am. Legion, 6445NE7Av Wed 7:10: 817 817 Basic Basic Clothing Brownsvnle Jr Hi Comm Scb
Thur Clothing Bethune Elem. School
Moo '7-10 818 Advanced Clothing J F Kennedy Jr Hi Comm Sch 'Thur 9 9-12 817 Basic Clothng Miami Northwestern Ad.Cent.
Moo '7-10 817 Baste Clothing Madie Ives Elem Comm Sch Thur -12 818 Advanced Clothing Gardens Town Hall
Tue 9-12 817 Basic Clothing! Chase Fed.Bank Miami Shores Thur 1-4 817 Baste Clothing Virginia Gardens Town Hall
Tue 9-12 818 Advanced Clothing First Fed.Bank,900 NE 125 St Thur 4-7 817 Basic Clothing Malcolm Ross Sr. Center
Tue 1-4 820 Intermediate Clothing Chase Fed.Bank Miami Shores Thur 820 Intermediate Clothing North Dade High School
Toe 7-10 818 Advanced Clothing Madle Ives Comm School Thur 7-10 7-10 817 Bask Clothing BrownsvWe Jr HI Comm SZh:
Wed '7-10 817 Basic Clothing J F Kennedy Comm School Thur 7-10 817 Baste Clothing Bethune Elem. School
Thill' 9-12 817 Baste Clothing Ojus Recreation Center Fri 9-12 817 Bask Clothing Norland Jr HI Comm Sob
Thill' 7-10 817 Basic Clothing Madie Ives Comm Scb Fri 9-12 818 Advanced Clothing Cloverleaf Recreation Center
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; : "' the bride, was lovely in a Terry Sullivan, Los Angeles; )
lime green lace gown with Mr. and Mrs. Wilford Hep
matching lime green pillbox burn, Chicago; Mrs. Florett
hat. She wore a corsage of gold Hepburn and children, Miami;
', carnations. Mr. and Mrs. Henry Luster,
Immediately following the Lima, Ohio; Miss Patricia r r r ;d f"
.j4 ceremony, the reception was Washington, Lima, Ohio; Miss w II
held in the social hall of the Temple Washington Lima, h 5 ,
4 church. Hostesses included Ohio; Miss Patricia Wash y { t'4

t, Misses Artee Young, Monroe, ington, Lima; Miss Temple
Louisiana; Maggie Forbes, Washington, Lima; Miss Val
Romulus, Michigan; Judith Sawyer, N. Y,; Mr, and Mrs.
Lynn Nappier, Hartford, Con- Barry Chandler, Chicago; Dr. ,
necticut; Suzanne Quayle, Ann and Mrs. Kalu Nchege, Ten-.
Arbor, Michigan; Mary Sarto,,,nessee; Miss Phyllis Myer,
Ypsilanti, Michigan; Ann Chicago and Mrs. Deanna A,
Craig, Detroit, Michigan; Vir- Quinn, North Carolina.
ginia Ming, Detroit; Rosetta

Domingo, Sierra Leone, West Also Mr. Emeka Isirlmah,
Africa; Rosetta Miller, Ann Mr. Obi Emeh, Madison,
\ Arbor; Georgia Dunston, Ann Wise.; Miss Ngozo Azikive,
Arbor; and Mesdames Joan daughterformer president of
Griffin, Detroit; and Patricia Nigera; Miss Ada Otue,daugh-
Bobo, Ypsilanti. ter ambassador Biafra;Rosetta -
After a honeymoon at the Domingo, from Sierra
Pontchartrain Hotel in Detroit Leone, Dr. and Mrs. Kalu
Michigan and later In Lima, Nchege Biafra; Dr. and Mrs.
Ohio the couple will be at homein G. E. Lewis, Spencerville,
Waynesburg, Pennsylvania. Ohio; Mr. and Mrs. Henry e"1a1eMUt fwlWd I
Out of town guest included Luster, Lima, Ohio; Dr. E.E.
Mr. and Mrs. Arthur Johnson, Molo Kwu, Tuskegee Inst.Gla.
New York; Mrs.. Perrle Dr. Davidson Onunkwo, tus- Mr. and Mrs. Leroy Kellog Miami Jackson Senior High
Owens New York Miss Nettie of 1811 NW 82ndSt.announces School, is an order processing
; kegee Inst. Ala.; Mr. Marrel
On Saturday, June 21 at 5:30 of lima green made of lace Dunklin, N. Y.; Mrs. Barbara Mgbodlle, Virginia.Here's the,engagement Delores Bailey of their to daughter Mr.- clerk for General Electric. 'I

I p.m. Kathlene Prlscilla Hep- and satin. Her bouquet was de- Donald Lamar Blocker. The wedding is planned for
burn and Onwusongonye Boni signed like those of the other Delores
Auto a graduate of September 1969.
face Okehl were united by a attendants. Theflowergirlwas Inspection
double ring ceremony lathe Quantella Luster of Lima,
holy sacrament of matrimonyat Ohio Her dress was styled ScheduleDade odd
number; December, even number March.
Visitation Catholic Church, like that of the Junior brides- :
; January. Decal expires November
Detroit, Michigan Father maid. Edward Hepburn n, of County vehicles requiring no delinquency citations win :Decal expires : October, odd number; April:, even number I
Gerald F. Britz of Detroit officiated Miami, ring bearer wore a
inspection during Au- be issued against the August odd number February, even ; May.fjftwswsws .

at the candle-light dark suit and carried a white gust will be switching form stickers until Dec. 1," noted u..______..u...................u.... ....u. ...... ,
ceremony.The satin pillow the semi-annual program to John S. Greene, senior ad- : : : ; :;:;:;:;:"':;:;::;:;:;:;:::;;::';';':';;':;';';';';;'; ;:;:;:::;;;;;::;:;;;;: ';!
bride is the daughter of Godwin Okonkwo of Biafra, an annual schedule as enactedby ministrative assistant to
Mr. and Mrs. Prince E. Hep- West Africa, was the best man. the 1969 Florida Legisla- Homer. |;11j WARNER HINES :

burn, Sr. of 1821 NW 68th Ter. Ushers included Robert Hep- ture. "In addition, drivers are I i1 PAINTING CONTRACTOR
Miami. The bride is burn brother of the bride of
a gradu- Automobile with wind- reminded that the middle
ate of Miami Northwestern Sr. Miami; Orlando Iwuagwu,Em- shield decals ending in an odd weeks of each month generallyhave 11| 1863 N. W. 59th Street ;;
High ('61)) and Tuskegee Institute manuel Nweze, Emeka Islrl- number,should be reinspectedin the shortest lines at the
(B.S., M.Ed.) and is em- mah, and Obi Emeh, all from October, while those with inspection stations," Greene |j LISCENSED BY CITY :.
ployed as a counselor at East- Biafra, West Africa. The jun- an even number can be inspected added. t| AND COUNTY
ern Michigan University, ior ushers were Teman and during November Decal expires: August, odd I
Ypsilanti. Michigan. Jehoshphist Luster of Lima, according to a plan by County number; 'October, even i FOR FREE ESTIMATES f:.;
The groom, son of the late Ohio. Manager Porter W. Homer. number; November. 4 CALL 6342083mmmt&m. ;::: I
Mr. and Mrs. Okehi Amaku of Mrs. Edna Hepburn, mother "To implement this plan Decal expires September, X
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is a graduate of the schoolof
Veterinary Medicine at
Tuskegee Institute with the degree -
Doctor of Veterinary 1

Medicine.Mr.. Harvey. Hambrick was ::8 R D I N 'Sl

organist and Misses Robbie
Huckaby and Suzanne Camp-
bell were soloists. Miss Dar-

lene Simpson bride was directress.The in FLORI ROBERTS PRESENTS THE GYPSY LOOK
given mar-
riage by her father, wore a
formal gown of white silk faced -
satin. The fitted bodice was J k
.designed with a scoop neck- Laughing lashes. Radiant blushers. New shadow shades.

line and long tapered sleeves All to give you the mysterious Gypsy look. Let Mr. Giovanni
that came to tulip points at the 'I Melanin make-up artist, and Shirley Evans, our

wrists. The sleeves featured full-time Rob e r t s' consultant, help you achieve this
an Insert design of English net 3 Y
t great fashion look for dark skins. You'll learn magical
appliqued with motifs of re-
embroidered Alencon lace. :'b beauty tricks and receive a gift drawstring pouch to hold

Pearl and sequin embroidery ?4 ; : your gypsy treasures. From $2 7.50

outlined the lace designs. The s n
controlled A-line skirt swept cosmetics, downtown Miami only 4'
from the natural waistline, encircled -
with lace motifs high
lighted with pearls and sequin.
A detachable chapellengthtrain
fell in deep pleats from
a small bow at the waist. Her 'iA

I 3/4 length veil of double 11- ,I II ,..
I luslon net was held by a,tiara. '
i She carried a bouquet of white "tf"
I pompoms which encircled a ,
: white orchid with a yellow lip. f
Mrs. Wilma Hepburn Sneedof t ,;4Jf R f kai,4 ,. .
Miami served as her sis- '
ter's Matron-of-honor and ,s ,, i' Mr. Giovanni,
Miss Estelle Jean Albury, also k ir f Melanin mokc-up artist 4.1t
of Miami served as the
Maid-of-honor. They wore
identical full-length gowns of '
lime green Illusion held by a : ,
tiara. A large gold chrysen- '
themum nested in greenery
formed their hand bouquets. *
Bridesmaids were Miss
Eloise Cain of Cleveland, 0 ,
I Ir
Olio, and Mrs Curtestlne May
Boardley of Tampa,Fla.Their ",J
gowns, veils, and bouquetswere ? '!.r:
styled like those of the 't\f\: '
Matron and Mald-of-honor. ( i

DeMaris Luster of Lime, '. f

Clio, was Junior bridesmaid. .. ,., ', ,' ,
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THE MIAMI TIMES. Friday. Auaust 22.. 1969 19

II 'Operation Badge' Produces 25 Black Police I II

This city's national cam, streamed in since City Man stations cooperated by running and why they chose the Miami
paign to attract more black ager M. L. Reese announcedthe public service announcements police department.

police officers.- "Operation programat a press confer The City of Miami also Officer Charles Bryant: "I
Badge" -- ends its first year ence Nov. 13, 1968. launched an intensive adver- felt that becoming Miami .
soon as a community success, "I think Operation) Badge is tlslngcampaign, in which 500 I I lice officer would be the best
according to an official report a tremendous idea and I want posters proclaiming "Operation way of helping peopleand I like
Just released here. to see it successful," said Miami Badge Needs You" were this job more and more." -- By-

The study, prepared by the mire police chief Bernard Gar- placed throughout the city.. Officer Willard Myles: "I ADLINE PONTIPHFLE1
City of Miami's CommunityAffairs' The City of Miami Is cur- a
"And rye let it be known was a lab technician and I foundit
Division, says that in Fm rently running each week a hard to advancement
less than one year"OperationBadge" Interested" in more black candidates quarter-page advertisement, very. So I decided get would join- Back "on the Job" is like backing. Her mother,Bernice,
has reaped eight: additional Chief Garmire said. along with stories about why the Miami breathing again. rye had sucha is a regular studio mother witha
police depart
black police officers Chief Garmire stressed he, various black officers joinedthe ment." wonderful vacation and I well placed sense of energy,
with 17 more due soon. wants to at least double the department, in the Miami : know you've had one too. My it was only last week that MI-
Five officers have already number of black police officers Times, a prestigious black Officer Homer Lanier: guest this week is a:.1 a d 1 who chelle was given the goaheadwith

joined the 670-man force, and on his 670-man force. community newspaper. "When I first went on patrol, has just returned from hers a contuance in piano from
three more will graduate Sept. There are 75 at present. The Metro Transit Authority I was assigned to a very exclusive and I couldn't have picked a an earlier experience however
14 from the police academy "If a good man comes residential neighborhood better subject. Everyone, when the "voice" trainingcame
the report says. through that door..be he red, has donated space on its and I was wondering,quite please meet Miss Michele Carey about, it was felt to be
fleet of buses for other
Twelve candidates took the white, blue or pink- if he's poster honestly, if the community daughter of MfS.Bernice sufficient activity for the time
civil service exam Aug. 11 and going to make a good police officer advertising as well. would accept me. They treat Carey and Mr.Sherman Carey, being. One good thing led to another
five more recruits will enter then he's going to ge the But "Operation Badge" also ed me as if I lived in the neighborhood living at 1741 NW 48th Street, and once having proved
the academy Oct. 1. preference," the veteran law has reaped a harvest in its police ." here in Miami. her interest, she was allowedto
man said. cadet program by attract accept a vigorous
Top city officials believe Officer Perry Anderson: "I
After City Manager Reese ing its first three black can of activities. And vigorous it
"Operation Badge" not only wanted work that was challenging
announced "OperationBadge" didates. Two are young men; is. I assure you.
has captured the attention of) .
his key aides in the Community one 20 and the other 19. The
potential young officers, but alI Affairs Division -- Ted third Is the department's first Officer Vernest Alexander; significant of the
I Nichols and Police Lt, Leroy black female cadet, also 19. "I couldn't see going to the Roof was' being discussed,
community now aware the
Smith..began a major public same building every day. But
choreographer Miss
City of Miami is quite serious Here is a sampling of com ,
information program. police work Is interesting. Howard had suggested
"Operation Badge. ments from several black
National police It's something different
response flowed in everyday of three girls of the same
Prior to the program, only officers about their work "
after the wire services and ,
one or two black candidates height to enhance the Impactof
CBS radio picked up news of the opening number
trickled In each year and often
several of the 13.weekacade. "Operation Badge." WLBW- af "Matchmaker, matchmaker".
r my classes would contain an TV, Channel 10, a Miamitele- Miss Carey, because of her
all-white vision station, aired a color natural flair for the dance was
enrollment. documentary about the pro- _. '.Y immediately chosen and although
City officials are particularly ject, as well as probing the rye seen the new steps
enthused since more than rigorous training recuirt receives I understand they are so
200 Inquiries, from as far as in the police academy. graceful and easy watch
California and New York,have Local radio and television Michelle is a recent mem- Our thanks to Miss Michelle

ber in The Performing Arts Carey I and to those who will

Society, having already: en- contribute their efforts to
500 Disabled American joyed the limelight of her very making The Performing Arts
I s first concert last June. Very Society what it is,

vivacious by nature, one would
Veterans Meet On Beach think her to be totally experienced Next week, my guest will be

in our particular art another delightful newcomer,

I Wayne L.Sheirbon,National Hippolitus, Assistant Executive having seemed completely at Miss Paula Johnson.
Commander of the DAY, said Secretary of the Pre ease in any circumstance in
he expects about 4,500 to at- sident's Committee on Em- 9 the past. It goes to show you Meanwhile, the staff of"The

tend the organization'snational ployment of the Handicapped; that determinationtodosome- Performing Arts Society" co-
convention at Miami L. J. Andolsek, U.S. Civil thing well can sometimes surprise lumn and I wish to welcome

Beach, Florida, August 24- Service Commissioner; one especially Godhas Mr. Paul La Pierre back from
30. and Dr, Martin Engle, Chief endowed that same person witha his short five day vacation
Medical Director of the Ve certain talent. The thing to from perhaps the most beautiful
He said plans for the celebration terans' Administration. do is exploit that talent and this city in the world, Mon

of the DAV's 50th year Charles Huber,National Director is what Miss Carey is doing. treal. Please be happy, love
will be among the items discussed of Legislation for the Fortunately she has ample one another.

at the annual gather organization will deliver a report
ing. A series of events will on the status of various II
mark 1970 as the golden anniversary veterans' bills pending before "Shades Of Black11 Dance

of the organization. Congress, and John Keller, Recruits in the City of Miami's 13-week police
National Service Director and The Elites Civics Club pre For tickets you may come or
Speakers at the convention will report on the progressof academy undergo complete rigorous training. sents "Shades of Black" pre- call: Coopers Little SuperMarket
later this month will include the DAY National Service Judo is essential and Winston Griffin displays his labor day dance and fashion 4611 NW 22nd Ave.

U.S. Rep. William Jennings Program. prowess as he flips a classmate during one such show, featuring the African 6339472.

Bryan Dorn, D-S.C.) Vice Florida Governor Claude workout. Griffin, one of three young men to enter the look mod and odd; accentingthe Prince's Pit Barbecue,4530

Chairman of the House of Kirk, Jr., will deliver the academy due to the lure of "Operation Badge" -- African mood in the music, NW 27th Ave. Phone 6339125.
Veterans' Affairs Committee; welcoming address to the delegates attire and decor. Music will be Jackson's Groc'. 5830 NW
Donald E. Johnson Miami's project to recruit more black police officersis rendered Richard Strachanand
newly ap- Monday, August 25. by 12th Ave., 758-3151,
pointed Administrator of Ve The governor has proclaimed -- learning Spanish, ballistics, law and crimino- his orchestra.Tickets are

terans' ,Affairs; Vincent P. August 24-30 as DAY Week in logy, as well, all necessary knowledge for a good on sale $1.50 advance $2.00 Place Brownsville Comm.

pointed Administrator of Ve Florida to honor the convention police officer. Miami-Metro Dept. of Publicity at the door. Door prizes will Center, 2741 NW 49th St. Saturday

terans' A f a a Irs; Vincent P. delegates. Tourism Photo. be given. Aug. 30. (Aug. 29)

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ATLANTA Ga. Shown In conversation following the keynote addressby Governor Marvin Mandel presents a proclamation to Delta Sigma

James Farme'r, assistant secretary of Health, Education and Welfare at the Theta president, Mrs. Frankie Freeman, declaring this past week, ""Mary

32nd boule of Sigma Gamma Rho Sorority is (left to right) Mrs. Ruby Tatum, lo- land Delta Sigma Theta Week. The Deltas were in Baltimore their national

boole hostess; Mrs. Evelyn Hood, national boule hostess and chairman of the convention. Accompanying Mrs. Freeman to the Governor's mansion were (from

national board of directors of theSocial Service Sorority; Dr. Lorraine A. Williams
left) Mrs. Lynette Taylor, Delta Executive Director and Mrs. Vivian
Washington -
Grand Basileus; Mrs. Martin Luther King, Sr. and Mr. Farmer. The
Convention Coordinator.
Boule was held at the Regency Hyatt House. ,

I t Sigma Gamma Rho Closes/ 32nd Boule Deltas Told To Help Change I

Atlanta--The Red Carpet, sity College Compound, and try,"...and when you vote,vote Welfare
rolled out for the 504 dele- Lunch at Paschal's Motor Ho selfishly as others have donein System
gates to the 32nd Boule of tel. Ten Grayhound busses this democracy..It is advisable

the Sigma Gamma Rho So- were required to accomodate at time for people to for- Baltimore, Md..-The.. that will pay an adequate know it is difficult to build if
rority, Inc. held last week at the sorors making the tour. get" forget about the party 50,000 members of Delta Sigma salary, preserve human dig- we've got to change attitudesand
the Regency Hyatt House, Atlanta's and vote for the man." Farmer Theta Sorority have been nity, and Improve the conditions habits. And attitudesand
The Grand... Basileus Dr. insisted he would not ad-
most exclusive hotel habits have got to be
urged to work with public officials of life. Any supple
boasting the largest hotel Lorraine Williams, Associate vise anyone how to vote, but to help overhaul the ment for family assistance changed."
lobby in the world. Delegatescame Dean of the College of LI- he added, "Keep in mind vote welfare program. should recognize the actual More than 2,000 Deltas,
from far West, deep beral Arts of Howard Univer- ing as a concerted voice can representing 346 chapters in
Speaking at the opening cost of living, Mrs. Free-
South, and up North, many sity, presiding. James quickly bring people aroundto session of Delta's 30th biennial man said. 42 states, heard Mrs. Free
brought their entire families. Farmer, Assistant Secretaryof your way of thinking." convention in Baltimore, She added, "The welfare man's challenging address.In .
Theme of the meeting was Health, Education and Welfare Eleven local Sorors attended Mrs. Freeman, the sorority'snational recipients themselves can a convention session on
"AwarenessUnityAc- the highest ranking Ne- the Boule. They were president, discussed make meaningful Contributions housing, Samuel C. Jackson,
tion: For Change and Pro- gro in President Nixon's Administration Sorors Verneka: Silva, Basi- President Richard Nixon's recent of ways to achieve the goal. Assistant Secretary for Me-
gress." was the keynote leus, LK. Johnson, Delores WelfareReformPro- Their experiences should be tropolitan Development at the
Atlanta Sigmas left nostone speaker, He said In part that Co v I n, Roberta Thompson, gram. I reflected in any rules that Department of Housing and
unturned to make this Boule "While numerous fronts have Autherine Strapp, Hazel "We applaud a meaningful are promulgated." Urban Development, pointed
one of the most unforgettableand opened as a result of civil Grant, Sarah Cherry, Gloria commitment of resources to Deltas have a special con- out that, "As long as our
memorable ever held. rights movements, the Lawson, Eunice Liberty,Edna overhaul the welfare program. cern that the welfare programwill nation allows a white aurbur-
The guests enjoyed many majority of Negroes are still Starke, and Allene V. Taylor, ban
Mrs. Freeman said. "We have achieve its purpose, Mrs. nose around the city, there
activities including a tour of marking time in the ghettos.We who was the official delegatefor always recognized that the Freeman observed. will not be one nation."
the city which included such as a nation, as a com- Gamma Delta Sigma.
said is
welfare recipient prefers Job "And so I call upon you, Jackson "Housing
places as the Negro Business, munity must not desert them to a handout. But we are sobered each of you, as you go backto at the core of the opportunity
home for cannot Visitors Included Fran
Martin Luther King's we advance un- J.
by the pervasive Job your localities, you let the available to us to make this
and grave site, residential less all men advance." The Chambers and Antionette Silva discrimination "
that has pre- division of welfare knowyou've nation one nation.
sections, "S II Flags Over dollar and the ballot is what The entire delegation vailed in
many localities. already volunteeredyour The theme of the Delta con-
Georgia," the Atlanta Univer- gets things done in this coun- voiced praises of the hospitality
"Any requirement to work services, Mrs. Free- vention was:
of Atlanta and Eta Sig-
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should include the guaranteeof man stated, "You will moni- One Nation or Two.OneNatioo.
I CEP'S Twins ma Chapter. meaningful training Jobs tor the program, because wes ."

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Ie Bennie Dawson Is the super- Joseph Holloway, age 24, And almost as remarkableas
visor 'of the Central Record graduated from Sol C. Johnson the variety of waysin
Unit for toe Concentrated Employment Senior High School in Sa- which flameless electric
Program. He was vannah, Georgia. serves YOU is how little it
born in Ocklawaha, Florida Holloway was employed by costs.kilowatt The average hour price paid
per by
and graduated from Belle- the Concentrated Employment FPL-served families todayIs
vlew-Santos High School in Program as a coach. After one-third less than it was
Ocala, Florida; he attended doing such a great job in the In I9J7 Isn't that a pleasant
Hampton Junior College (also coaching unit,he was then pro- surprise in these days of
moted to the position of MDTA fast-rising prices
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BA degree from Florida A&M Liaison officer. Outstanding members of the Junior Achievement of Greater Miami gather

University in Tallahassee. Holloway Before was coming the auto to CEP parts unddr the tail of a Delta ietlinerbefore embarking for the national JA convene

the Before supervisor coming of the to CEP Central as and salesman assistant for Trail industrial Dodge: arts Inc. tion in Bloomington, Ind. this week. Barbara Wooten, (standing to the left of

Records Unit, he was employed -
by the Grand Union High instructor School.for Edison Senior pilot Capt. Massey) who was president of De I 11 a's JA Company, was named VI 11

Company as general manager Holloway is married and en- the president of all of Dade
and also owned a wholesalegeneral Joys photography in his spare top County's JA organizations. She will represent
merchandise busi-
ness. time. this Junior Achievement chapter in thenational competitions in Bloomington.While 0 44qFRL

Dawson Is a member of Phi Dawson is married and is a student at Miami Edis 01 high school 1 Barbara won a scholarship to the
Beta Lambda Fraternity, the father of one child. His
Greater Miami Urban League hobbles are; study of toe stock University of Miami and was president of Thesbians club. She presently
and National Education Association. market, study of the political
arena and sports. works as a copy girl in the Miami Herald. ,to_.*Mw..w" .U.,?Ca..+w.u .

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THE MIAMI TIMES Friday, August 22. 1969 21

. Highway Patrol Crusier Kills Man (In Chase I + -

A man was killed early Sun- north on US 1 near SW 118th
day morning when his car was St. according to a highway paI 12010 SW 217th St. was killed r +4YY
I I struck by a Florida Highway trol report when his west bound auto was
patrol cruiser pursuing a car, Herbert Ferguson 45.of struck on the driver's side bya

p.m.Trooper trooper's cruiser about 1:40:

ER Petterson is
reported in good condition in
Baptist Hospital sufferingfrom t 4'aT
multiple bruises, abra-
sions and lacerations of the

Your Jaw and left forearm. w Pe
The car being pursued by
the trooper escaped followingthe
TO MORE PROFITS & PRESTIGE accident, and the FPH
said there was no esitmateon 4
COULD BE ADVERTISINGYOUR the speed of the cars or jar
the distance the car had been

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US TODAY! Post Office

6530 NW 15 Ave Jobs OpenThe

691-0421 _,,__ __ ....__.. ._m
Miami, Hollywood, Hi-
I leah and Fort Lauderdale Post New Skating Rink At Manor Park
Offices have openings for mail

I $2.83 handlers per with hour.starting pay of The City of Miami's expanding community parks program sped off to a

How to apply: Submit Card rolling start recently when the city fathers opened a 250-foot skating rink at

Form 5000-AB, showing the Manor Park, 1300 NW 50th St. Miami Mayor Stephen P. Clark, flanked by City

title of examination,number of Commissioners Mrs. M. Athalie Range and Irwin G. Christie, tests,the skatesat
Enroll For Free Red Cross this announcement, At-148-30 the city's first park's skating rink. It was the second park ceremony in a

Home Nursing CourseThe (69)which and you the are Post applying.Office for week, following the dedication earlier of the under-expressway M. Athalie

Dade County RedCross Primary School C, 757 NW Forms may be obtained from Range Park. City officials plan improvements at other neighborhood parks in
announces a free course In 66th Street The classes will the Post Office. Mail Card the near future. Miami-Metro Dept. of Publicity & Tourism photo.
Home Nursing to be taught at be held from 7:30 p.m. to Forms to Board of Civil Ser-
9:30 p.m. on Fridays for 10 vice Examiniation, Room 100
weeks, beginning Friday,Sept. ]Main post Office, Atlanta, ,I Publisher Named To Board Of EOPIGarth
Revival i Time 12th. Mrs. Willie Mae Hannah Georgia.' 30304.Open .
Red Cross certificated
Again Home Nursing instructor will Reeves,publisher and Directors of the National Industrial pointed by government offic-
conduct the classes. HouseAt editor of the Miami Times, Bank of Miami. He is
Yes it's revival time again Any adult interested in was named to the Board of Directors also chairman of the Board of ials.Reeves will serve on the
at the Church of God Taberlearning skills needed to care Mays of the ,Economic Opportunity Directors of Christian Hos- board as the official represen-
nacle, located at 9000 NW 20 for sick people in their homes Program of Dade pital, and is a member of the tative of the United Black Federation -
Ave., Aug. 25 at 7:30 nightly are asked to call Dade County August 31 County The Reeves appoint- Board of Directors of the Opportunities of concerned black

Chapter, Red Cross Nursing Mays Junior: High princi- ment was announced today by IndustrializationCenter people.
Where you come as you are programs, 751-6661, to re- pal Nelson L. Bethel has invited Attorney James W. Matthews, (OIC).
and bring the sick gister for the course. paretns to an open house president of the Board. The forty-one member
Matthews In announcing the Board of Directors of EOPIIs Sewing
Red Cross is an active
The revival will be ccn- at the school, Sunday, Aug.
said that the for the direc-
appointment responsible
participant In the United Fund.
ducted by Elder A. Nance 31, from 2-4 p.m
Board was indeed fortunate to tion of the agency's programsand Machine
He said he hopes In this
gain the services of Reeves. meets monthly to reviewthe
to "correct misconceptions -,
way any "Reeves," he continued wIthhis progress of the agency and RepairsALL

I The Young Unmarried stated inaccuracies previously concern- long list of civic involve- direct its operations.Attorney
ments is unquestionably one of Matthews stressed the fact MAKES
the potential of Mays.
the most Important leaders in that the EOPI Board was a Clean oil and
By CHARLES E. WOFFORD these people at this stage in "Our well Integrated staff
the Black community and one working group."Membership. adjust in
Branch Manager ther lives. Young people can of teachers and administrators your
of the most respected in the on this Boardis home.
SOCIAL SECURITY NEWS get social security paymentswith will act as guides and will total Miami community." taken seriously and those
much less work --as lit- be available to answer all
one Reeves, a graduate of Florida who serve are making a real
of the most dramatic and half of "
tle as a a questions Nelson said.
year ,
A & M University is co- commitment to the program,"
indications of the extent to
work for those under 24.They
chairman of the Community he added.
which the Social $2
Security pro- additional $100 credited -
gram has changed over the get to an their social securityaccount FOR SALE Affairs Committee of the MI- Board membership, he ex-
are those provisions Loti. Street to Street ami Chamber of Commerce, plained is composed of rep-
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22 THE MIAMI TIMES. Friday, August 22, 1969

I I[ CARDS IIIIi! I II brother loving, memory of our our.,dear sad' -,but mother-- loving- -memory-of

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IN MEMORIAMIn better known as Buddy, who :"
CARD OF THANKS CARD OF THANKSThe departed this life August 20, ,
loving memory of our 1968 Ji\'
We the famllv of the later family of the lateJULIA
I dear wife, mother and sister, We often sit and think of you
when we are alone.
,, Ili For memory is the only thing
ety a, I. that grief can call its own f
God. r I

Know how much we miss you. .' ':
Never shall your memory .\".
fade. t

loving thoughts shall always s ._ \ >. '.>' .
------ "" -'-" --
wonder where laid
you were Ricky Jones of 2356 NW
Sweet are the memories that ABENA '
never fade departed this life August 67th ST., died Aug. 16th. Sur-
19, 1968. vivors include parents: 4 sis-
'g d Sadly missed by Memory is a treasure ters; 4 brothers; 1 grand-

Mrs. Mildred F.:Hills, sis- House and Happy thoughtof mother; 5 aunts; 5 uncles;
y IA ter the one we loved.A Services; Saturday, 2:30 in the

Mrs Eva Dell Scales,sister loving smile we long to see House of Albert chapel.

Mr. James Thomas, Jr., And a voice we loved is still. David Miller, of 3290 NW

W, WATSON RUBY MINGO THARPS brother and the entire family May she rest in peace. 209th Terr., Carol City. Sur-

REV. ALEXANDER ALLENare founder of NewAntioch Moriah who passed: away August 26th, vivors include: Mrs. Wilma
eternally grateful to you, Pentecostal Church, 4770 NW 1968 in New York City. Me- Lilliam Sweeting and Hilda Miller, 1 son David, Jr., dau-
our many friends for expressions 7th Avenue, who expired Aug. mory is our treasure chest of CARD OF THANKSThe Randolph, daughters ghter Jenette; 1 step-daughter
and deeds of love and 1, 1969 at 11:00 at Cedars of happy thoughts so gay Lea 0 r a Bryant, grand- Dorothy. 3 grands, 4 step-
sympathy: during our period family of the late daughter and children and grands, 2 aunts, nieces and
Lebanon Hospital, wish to We miss your voice, we miss ._
grief. Your cards letters the family. nephews. Services In Liberty
express sincere thanks to all your smiles, because you've
telegrams words and deeds City chapel. Saturdayat4p.m.
our friends and neighbors and gone away
have cheered us, your flowers members whohelped 1 to Yet with stored trea-
r con our up CARD OF THANKSThe Theodore Rogers of 3040
made the occasion very beau- sole and comfort us by extend- sure of all your precious NW 61st St., died Aug. 16th.
tiful and your prayers helpedto ing your heartfelt sympathy: gems z family of the late Victim of an accident in an
sustain and strenthen us. recent bereave- Your image gives REVEREND WESLEY
during our us pleasureto automobile. Survivors include
Thanks from the depths of our ment. Your te 1 let- know we'll DANIELS 5
e gram s, see you again. sons; 3 daughters; 5bro-
hearts. ters, food, cards, beautiful wish to express sincere thanks thers; and 2 sisters. Remains
We would like to say a flowers, visits and calls Lester Tharps, husband and appreciation to all our will be shipped to Montgo-
special thanks to Mrs. Range and all the other deeds of kind- Rose Wallace Daniel,daughter friends and neighbors for mery, Ala.
and her staff of the Range Fu- ness was appreciated and will Gilbert Tharps, son Z helping to console and comfortus
Infant Scott of 316 SW 4th
neral Home Rev. JamesHendon bereavement.We .
always be remembered. Vernice Daniel, granddaughter during our
<' and members of Mt. Special thanks to BishopE do thank you for the cards, Ave. died Aug. 12th. Dateof

I Tabor Baptist Church and Rev. E. Rahming and family, the Louise DeVeaux, Miriam Russell .. letters, telegrams, flowers, birth Aug. 12th Survi-
E. T. Graham and members members of the New Antioch Olive Mayo, sisters EDUS SMITH also your other acts of kindness vors are the parents: (Incomplete -

of Mt. Zion Baptist Chruch. Moriah Pentecostal Church, Clifford Mingo, brother who died February, 1969, rendered to us. ).
How comforting it was to know the staff of Cedars of Lebanon wish to express sincere thanksto Sincere appreciation Rev. Juliette Dalencia Hardy of
that you were there when we Hospital and Mrs Beulah IN MEMORIAMIn all our friends and our pastor : Samuel Atchinson, the of- 38A NW Homestead Ave. died

needed you most. Wright and the House of Al- sad but loving memoryof Rev. Shipp. ficers, the various organiza- August 13th, at Exceptional
Again, we say thank youand tions and congregation of Mt
bert. our husband, father,grand- Home. Survivors, parents:
may God bless and keep all of Son, daughters, sisters and father, and uncle, Question Disnute, only sis- Calvary Baptist Church for Services 1 p.m., Tuesday at
you.The other relatives. .- ter your prayers and services. Church of God In Christ. Aug.
Allen Family Special thanks to Pallbearers -
Lodge No. 15 and knightsof 19th.Mrs.
CARD OF THANKS Jessie Sullivan of 2803
Pythia, Mandarin, Floridaand
IN MEMORIAMFor N 23rd Ave., Hollywood died
family of the late Range Funeral Home we
Aug. 13th, at Hollywood Me-
a loving mother,grandmother ....'''. ., ., .,.'''''..".,.;. .. give of special thanks. morial H o s p 11 a 1 1. Survivors
I ; :: May God bless all of you.
and great grandmother include 3 daughter; Elizabeth

'Ii. Anna M. Daniels, wife Symonette, Cathrine Mitchum,
... ::: : Orele Brown 1 son Elbert
; ; ;
Ester Mae Givings sister
: ,
a.a : 5 grands 3 great-grands 2
; ;
.., ate ".. \! !
: 1 i. 2L e (',1 sonsinlaw.Mrs. .
> 1'1 I 't. ;r: .,, '.';4 CARD OF THANKSThe Grace Westmorelandof
.i "'
It f 934 NW 53rd St. victim os
f ,
y .' : t t"I. family of Mrs. Etta
: : ; ".' Clark who died August 11 and an auto accident on NW 7th
1ii( GEORGE BLATCHwho "I. l.'t": ; ..,. -- was buried August 14th from Ave., and 54th St., died Aug.
departed this HfeAug. 22, l Bain's Funeral Chapel wishto 13th. Survivors include: her
1966. .:: __ thank all their friends for mother, Georgia Turner of
MR. ZACK STEWART A precious one from us is goneA thoughtful acts of kindness extended Statesbor, Ga., 3 daughters;
I. Family wishes to thank all voice we loved is stillA during their breave- Michell, Joan, Stormi; 2 sons,
Ii : friends for their kindness, place is vacant In our home ment. Gregory, Kenneth, Grady; 2
prayers, florals pieces. Spe- The world can never fill sisters. Funeral services

--- cial thanks to the membersof Father, in they gracious keep- William Clark Sr., husband were Aug. 20th, at St. Agnes.

JESTINA LLOYD Mt. Herman AME, and the fag DEACON DAVE LUCAS William Clark, son Mrs. Betty E. Dancy of
who died August 26, 1965. of The House of Albert. Leave me now thy servant extend their sincere thanks John Clark, son 5035 NW 23rd Ave died at

Aloving smile we long to see. sleepingThe and appreciation to the many Francis Clark, son Jackson Memorial Hospital.
And a voice we loved is still.A CARD OF THANKSThe FamilyIN friends and relatives for their Dorothy Bowman, daughterIN Survivors include Mrs.Carrie

place is vacant in our home family of the later MEMORIAMIn beautiful flowers, cards,tele- Hmmock of Jamica,New York,

Which never can be filled. ...... grams and other expressionsof and Mrs. Oquilla Backstitch of
Some may think you are for- sad but loving memoryof sympathy: during their re- Savannah, Ga. She died on
gotten our devoted husband and cent bereavement. Our profoundest MEMORIAMIn Aug. 14th funeral serviceswere

Though on earth you are no father, thanks to the pastor: loving memory of my held Aug. 19th in the
more Rev. Edward T. Graham, officers husband, and our father, Liberty City chapel.
But in memory you are with us and members of Mt.
Buster Reid of 1920 NW
As always as you were before P Zion Baptist Church. '\i'<"'\$;
r 152nd St. died Aug. 14th at
i iq. Thanking each of you most ... j Fountainhead Nursing Home.
Sadly misseddaughters, (Incomplete)
Lillian .
Rolle, Lylene McKen-;
zie, Selena Lloyd Saunders. The Lucas Family :. Dorothy Sharon Clark of

Grands: Lillian Richardson, ,m. 11115 SW 220th St., died Aug.
Carolyn Adams, Richard(Ri- i i 15th at same address. (In-

ceo) Saunders, and great cmoplete).
grands, family and friends. <' ....'..,.. iJ ..- Moses Peterson of 837 SW
:, .1 "" '
family of the late '" tilt 5th St., Apt. 8 died at Jackson
CARD OF THANKSThe Memorial Hospital. (Incom-
.. MRS. THALMA BROWN tlJk' plete).
family of the late RANDOLPHwish a-

to thank Rev. Hall, The wish to express our sincere passed: August 20, 1967. to thank their many born, September 27, 1906,died 37th St., died Aug. 16th at
House of Albert, The Auxil- thanks to neighbors and Two years have passed firends for your thoughtful Aug. 19, 1969. Ramey Nursing Home. Survivors -
iaries of Ebenezer, the neigh- friends for all acts of kind- since you left us. You com- sympathetic: understanding Survivors are: Mrs. Eula Include 2 sisters;Sarah
bors of 68th and 69th Streets. ness during our breavement. plained about being so tiredso during our recent bereave- Mae Rolle. Five daughters Asia, Bertha Johnson, nieces
And our many, many friends, Special thanks to our pastor: God has given you eternal ment. We would like to further Alva Randle, Myra Haynes; and nephews.

for cards, floral pieces, tele- Rev. Randolph Davis of Churchof rest, may you rest in peace. acknowledge the services of Ora Belle, Annette, and, Kiram Kelly of 104 So.Dixie
grams of condolence,food,donations God Prophecy, Rev. Joel her doctors the staff of Cedars Alma. Six sons, Wilfred Hwy. '10 died Aug. 15th at
and other acts of kind- Cox, Rev. LH.Cox,Rev.G.A. Sadly missed by: of Lebanon Hospital. Clifford, Sherman, William,, Jackson Memorial Hospital.
ness shown us during our bereavement Knowles, offices and mem- Mrs. Willie B. Johnson, wife Special thanks to the nursing Kirby, Chris. One sister, Survivors Include 2 sisters,
may God bless and bers. Also special thanks Mrs. B.J. Coffee, daughter services rendered by Mrs. Theordore Barbes, one Bro- 4 brothers; 2 aunts nieces
each of In his to Range Funeral Home and Mrs. J.J. Paschal daughter ;
keep you care. Magaline Johnson, Irene Leo- ther;' Austin Newton;. four and nephews
staff. Mrs. R.D. Leverity, daughter nard and Thelma Hicks.Thank grandchildren.
Della Hale, wife Mrs. L Mitchell, daughterMrs. you, may God bless you. Services will be held tues- Hubert Ferguson of 120 SW
.r\ Jo Etta Harris, daughter Mr. & Mrs. Samuel Simmons L. Burger, daughter day, Aug. 26th at 2 p.m. in the 217th St.,Goulds.mcomplete)

Uyiella Lewis, daughterEva Rev. & Mrs. Earl Wallace Charles and Tommie, sons Mrs. Evelyn Jones, daughter House of Albert Liberty City Allen Jones of 580 NW 64
Hunt and :Family and and
daughter granchildren Family
Chapel. Street

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RANGEMrs. CAIN'SMrs. OO'.vv. .OOUuO 0 0 OC :. iiiOOOOO&OOO 9009]

died Russell Aug.. of Alberta 17th 1177 at NW HlaleahHos Theressa 63th St., 6428 SW. Mamie 59th Ct.Richardson, in South of Kaleidoscope j jBy = J LY M A

pital. She is survived by two Miami died Aug. 14th at her ROBERT J. SYE
home. Funeral services
sons, Harold and Calvin; two be held
daughters-in-law; two grandchildren 1 P.m. at Saturday Mt. Olive, Aug. 23rd, Spanky Wilson, H. B. Barnum songstress-discovery, is not

; six great-grand- Church In South Baptist only physically appealing, but a talent with a hint of subtle

children; three brothers; 4 Rev. K.W. Miami with sexiness--and she sings with a verve and quality unequaled...

sisters. Funeral services will Rogers Survivors pastor officiating Spank's opening at L. A.'s Baby Grand West, Saturday night, 3
be conducted Thursday, Aug. 2 sisters 5 brothers was tremendously moving and soulful, marred only be the
21st, 4 p.m. at the Bethany and relatives; ; aunt babbling and inept personnel "In charge"...she came stage w
Seventh-Dy Adventist Church. I i center and completely enrapted the audience with Brenda 4

John Holloway's composition, "You Made Me So Very Happy,"
Henry Ashley a well
Miss Shrivon Delores Woolen and "Land of
known resident Love".However,the absence of BGW's courtesy
of 7410 NW 19th Ave.,died 11605 SW 220th of Goulds of and finesse created a void that made the totality of Spanky's
Aug. 16th. She is survived by St., died Aug. offering half-empty..Reve
14th at South Miami Hospital.. Gipson, the City Angeles female
, two children; her mother; a Funeral services entrepreneur, is really not TCBlng for BGW as a public relations -
sister and a brother; grand- were held person. Wendell Franklin, Eunice Pye,this pillar and Daughter B. Louise Rolle, ZEKE BRADY
Tuesday Aug. 19th at
mother; and an aunt, Funeral Pleasant many more were beset by "Bad Vibs," and bad manners at past Illustrious Commandressof Zeke Brady Grand Organizer -
Baptist Church
services will be heldSaturdayAug. Goulds. Survivors the opening, and that ain't too cool..JVgain Jim Brown is in Kazah Court # 117 Daugh- and Grand Colonel of the
23, 1 p.m. at the St. Luke 3 include the news...The Watts Festival and Concert was a prodigious ters of Iris Is attending the Eastern District South com-
Baptist Church. Bryant Mrs.; Mrs.Ann Ava Dorothy and disappolntment..Absolutely nothing went right. The Festival Imperial Court in Baltimore, prising of Georgia, Alabama,

Walter Harvey of 1603 NW Miss Sharon; Ashley 4 sons held at Will Rodgers Park, August 1-8,opened without proper Maryland.Mrs. Florida, and the Bahamas,has
Alvin ; lighting-the source of electricity an outdated gene Rolle who has many Just returned from the Ba-
51st St. died Aug. 16th at the Wilbur, Patrick and
rator--most of the time. Thus umpregnating havoc and incon- fraternal affiliations is best hamas State Association heldIn
Coral Gables ConvalescentHome. Robert; 5 sisters and a host
He is survived by his of friends. ; venience for patrons who pushed and pulled to purchase food, known for her office of Grand Nassau, with his staff. Rod
wife Susie brother soft drinks, or to see the displays..Add this, to the fact that Princess Captain of the Hattie Taylor, John H. Dean, Wm.
a two
; the Los Angeles Police in uniform outnumbered the Festi- C. Dandridge Grand Guild Ellis, Thomas Williams, Le-
nieces. Funeral services will James Cobb of 3166 Hibis- valities by about 3-1, made the affair strenuous and uncom- Heroines of Templar Cru- roy Johnson, Earl Llghtburn,

be conducted Saturday, Aug. cus Street in Coconut Grove fortable..Next year the "Watts Festival" will, in all pro- sades, an auxiliary to the David Smith, Willard Bethel,

23rd, 3:30 p.m. In the Range died Aug. 16th at Jackson bability, not be ...Glynn Turman: principal of ABC's "Peyton Knights of Templar. Labran John, W.O. PerryFla.

Memorial Chapel. Memorial Hospital. Funera Place" is moving up filmic achievements Having completedtwo Other Kazah daughters attending State president. C. Fenbyson,

Davis Miller of 2752 Ma- services will he held Aug. 23 segs of "Julia" (making love to Dlahann Carroll) he's now are: Dgt. Rose Bud Engine Nottage, Nevis Collie,

rathon Shores died Aug. 18th at 10:00 a.m. in the chapel skedd for Aaron, Spelling's Mr. Carter's Army," plus he's Byrd, Imperial Deputy of the Crisprim Romero, and Joseph

at Jackson Memorial Hospital. with Rev. Tanner officiating. doing a fine Job as a coach-writer for this fall's new series Desert and Past 111.Comman- Smith, Jr. it was the bestin

He Is survived by his Survivors include; a devoted "Room 2 2 2"....Jim pace, former football star of Wayne University dress Mattie Jordan, recently 13 years, and I hope God

parents, Mr. & Mrs. Joseph friend; Mrs. Phyliss Elzie; in Detroit, Mich., is doing Hollywood style..He may Created Daughter Classie will spare me to see 13 more.
Miller; four brother and sis- 2 daughter; Pauline and Jer- Just cut into the star making business..Barbara McNair sezs Porter is also attending. Zeke Brady, Chief Antler.

ters; maternal grandparents; line; 3 sisters; 4 brothers she has completed plans for her own TV show to be aired Aug. r

paternal grandparents.Elder friends and relatives. 15..and, that's from Babs..Houston's Nol singer Eloise Lawsis

currently L.A.'s Playboy Club and to coin a cliche, "Miss
Elisha Madison of Windsor Lee Lawrence of Laws is breaking the laws of soul," with her fascinating and

4715 Brooker Street, Coconut 3510 NOak Ave. in Coconut tantalizing singing stye..She's the epitome of bewitchery....
Grove died Aug.lSth at Mercy Grove died Aug.llth. Funeral Max Julien, locating in Oregon for his co-starring role in

Hospital. Elder Madison is services were held Monday, Columbia's Straight," has acquired the screen rights .
survived by his wifeLula Aug. 18th, in the chapel. Sur- to Nathaniel Smith's"The Floaters," and will probably direct- a

Belle; a daughter, Mrs.Elish- vivors include his parents; star in the drama..In L.A.., for the first time since 1849,
ama Withers; three grandchildren Mr. and MRs. Clarence Law- blacks are discovering the vein of their' talent..Severalblack

; arrangements at this rence; guardians; Mr. and enterpriseres from back East and the South are pooling

time are incomplete. Mrs. Windsor Lee; 1 sister; their talents, resources and monies and are effecting a major

Henry Pickney of 2100 All Ida; 2 grandmothers; and 2 production company..Jobs available for many actors and

Baba Ave., died Aug. 18th. grandfathers. actresses, hey.Robert! Hooks, actor and founder of New

Among Mr. Pinckney's survi- York's Negro Ensemble company, is in Hollywood to open

vors include a niece, Mrs. three plays at Inner City, and to doa TV film, "Mr. Carter's
Annie Mae Bright. Arrange-. Joseph Dennard of Perrine Army"...Don Perkins, fifth all-time ground gainer In the
ments at this time are incom' 10275 SW 178th St., died Aug. National Football League, is making a play for stardomheinked

plete. 16th at Jackson Hospital. Fu- with CBS as a sports reporter...sinatra will entertainthe r
neral arrangements at this Appollo's astronauts in Houston's Astrodome Saturday
Pvt. James Linder Jr. or
time are Incomplete. -
night. Bob Jones is fantastic--and a very shrewed
2785 NW 59th Street died in LESTER ALBERT ,OWNER
Include 1 daughter ,
; ; businessman. His press party (supposedly for James Brown)
Vietnam. He is survivedby
Mrs. Lorraine Fields; 1 son; at the Playboy Monday was well attended and a very reward-
his parents, Mr. & Mrs. David. Ing surprise. Bob's Introduction of his newest discovery was a Our service will be remembered long after
James Sr. four brothers
six sisters., ; Arrangementsat stroke of genius--and what's so "mean" about the entire set price has been forgotten. So in your hour of
RAHMINGS was that the could do Craw-
"singing-discovery" it..Randy
bereav.ement call .
this time are incomplete.Mrs. ,
ford, black, beautiful and abundantly talented, is (with proper

Bertha Johnson of PRdestined to be as big as Aretha..She has that quality of

8540 NW 14th Ave. died Aug. A success..Lola Falana, Mira Waters, Lincoln KU trick,Ula, House of AlbertWhere

13th at her residence. Sheis and a few ,others stars were moved by Miss Crawford's

survived by three daughters singing..."There won't be any nude scene," seethed Jacque- service begins and never ends

Henrietta Jones, Louise line Blsset. 'I told them I wouldn't do it"....She was to THREE LOCATIONS TO, SERVE YOU
and Voncllle Brown; three swim through a pool with Jim Brown, both nude, but now
sons, Warren, Willie anfQuillie there's a change of heart..It's the second movie marriagefor LIBERTY CITY OPA-LOCKA PERRINE

and a brother, Roy .... JB--first, Janet McLachlin in MGM's "Tic..Tlc..Tic" 691.7661 MU 8.3311 236. 801
Johnson. Remains were ship- and now to Jacqueline, "The Grasshopper".Shirley Basseyto

ped to Panama City, Floridafor ask a star for a date, and that makes it hard for the star

final rites. .fl.. ,;;.." ,' who wants one"...Miss Bassey, formerly' of England Is now
fl II'<. "t....,, in Las Vegas..Delia Reese is in Hollywood Community Hos-
Erskine Alexander Robertsof 1 \
pital, Room 511, with a slipped disc..I know that many of THE WORLD BOOK ENCYCLOPEDIA'SCOMPLETE
1470 NW 44th St. died Aug.
J her fans would like to aid this beautiful talent to a speedy recovery -
13th at the Fountainhead Nursing EDUCATIONAL PLAN
Samuel A. Llghtburnofl343 so fill her room with flowers, letters and cardssothat
is survivedby
Home. He NW 41st St. better known to Della will return to us,well healthy and as soulful as ever.
his brother, James; niece
his friends as "Skip" died
several Funeral
nephews. All
services were conducted on Aug. 18 in Atlanta, Ga. Survivors parents

Monday, 10:00 a.m. at the Juliet Tinker are ,three Janet daughters Douse and ATTENTION! want their children
Church of the Incarnation.
Sandra Lightburn,'' one son
William Holliday of 253 NW Carl; three grandchildren, to do well.

42nd St., died Aug. 12th. He five sisters, three brothers. If You're, fromGeorgia

is survived by his mother, Services will be held Monday,
Mrs. Sarah Mae Holliday; his Aug. 25 from Friendship M.B. Your Childs' SuccessIn

father, Ben Holliday; two Church with Rev. E. Jinkins L
sisters; two brothers; ma- officiating.
ternal grandmother; paternal SchoolWILL
grandparents. Funeral or West Florida

services were conducted Fri- MASTER HELP DETERMINE HIS

day, Aug. 15th, in the Range DAVID HUINGSand LIFETIME EARNINGSAny
Memorial Chapel.RICHARDSON .
You are entitledto pedal advantage your child receives must
REV. GERALDINE b. provided by you--ond you alone. What educational
reference material do you have to help do

Willis R. Sands, 16 of 7204 TIMMON l Death your lob?
Advisors Special
NW 14th Ave., died Aug. 18. Spiritualist THE WORLD BOOK ENCYCLOPEDIA
Services will be held Saturday from Nassau, Bahamas

at 2:30 p.m. from the chapel. and Jacksonville are BenefitsFor CHILDCRAFT-The How and Why Library
Survivors Include a mother
here in your city to THE CYCLO.TEACHERLearning Aid
Mrs. Irene Brooks; father
James R. Sands; a stepfather help I you in all your THE WORLD BOOK DICTIONARY

Willie Brooks;five sisters and problems. Come in and ATLAS
four brothers.An see them from 9 to 9 further information
a combination for every family
dai I I ly. Services held regardless of children's ages
Evening of Summer Fun
and Fri-
"A NIGHT IN NASSAU" at8 o'clock.
day nights Call 691-7661
1749 NW 54th St. 1046 NW 2nd Ave. Call 7518414I
Incarnation's Center
Activity Phone 371-4310


THE MIAMI TIMES Friday, AUGusl22, 1969


National Baptist ConventionIn Rev. T.C. Kelly, pastor Rev.James W.Hendon,pastor

I" Mary M. Amos, reporterBishop Wilhelmina Sands, reporter

Kansas CityThe Rev. C. H. Weatherspoon,
assistant pastor of New Providence

Baptist Church was
89th National Baptist "Victory through Christ"is the speaker for the 11:00 wor-
Convention U.S.A., Inc. will the theme of the convention. ship service
Sunday, August
be held here September 9th "We deal with better race L y ,, 1Grp 17th. Rev. Weatherspoonspoke
14th at the Municipal .
through relations and Christian from the subject "Sin

l Auditorium, it was announced patriotism," Dr. Jackson and Righteousness." The ser-
by Dr. Joseph H. said.
mon was very spirited and
Jackson, Chicago, president "Our membership, now 6.3 enjoyed by all who heard his

of the group. million represented by 30,000 3n CtIhurrli uuiiutEBENEZER message.All .
The Convention, which annually churches, has (steadi'lyincreased members and friendsare
draws 15 to 20 thousand
throughout the years
asked to accompany the
delegates from throughout the by uniting Baptist churchesand
pastor, Rev. on
United States is a strong
organizations. Year
Monday, August to Jordan
sounding board for the nation'i objectives include support of Aaron D. Hall, minister TEH BAHA'IS OF MIAMI
Grove where he will be the
largest organized body of A; home and foreign missions, The annual Men's Day
merican Negroes.Dr.Jackson Christian education and Ebenezer Methodist Church will give a farewell part y All
said the event would make major distribution of Sunday school will be observed Sunday, Aug. for Miss Ida Solomon,who has; new and can-
didates for baptism are askedto
contributions to understanding and other religious literature, 24. been the Secretary ofthe Local G. N. Collins
the totality of the and, generally, to engage in Under the leadership of Mi. Spiritual Assembly for 24 The 55th Anniversary August 23 at 2 in
black community as well as Christian endeavors." Lennis Johnson, Chairman; years. The party will be held< St. Paul will be observed the the p.m.

the white community. Two of the most noteworthy; Mr. Dewitt McKinney and Mi. 7 p.m., Saturday, August 23,, 5th Sunday in this month. The the church.conference room of

projects undertaken by the Harvery Ross, co-chairman, at the James E.Scott Community morning speaker will be the

LILY WHITE NEWS group are the Freedom Farmin the men have put forth extreme Association building,4901 Rt. Rev. George Collins, pre- CHRISTIAN' VALLEYElder

Fayette County, Tenn., and efforts in planning to make thisa NW 7th Avenue. siding Bishop of the 11th Epis-

The bus trip sponsored by "Operation Production," in day of success. Miss Solomon is planning togo copal district. A. Ford, pastor

the Lily White Council will: Liberia, West Africa. Guest speaker for the morning to Manta, Ecuador,to teach The Missionary ladies are Blondie Higgins, reporter

leave Aug. 31 instead of Aug., Freedom Farm, purchased< service will be Mr. WillieJ. the Baha'i Faith. She has been asking that we bring a covered

24 from 2098 NW 76th Street. in 1961, is a 404 acre for Wright one of Dade a member of the Miami i dish at this time so that we wil 1 There will be preaching

All interested persons should the resettlement of families County's public school tea- Baha'i Community since 1944, be able to feed everyone. services this Sunday afternoon

.' call FR40703. evicted from their homes and chers. except for one year spent In Rev. Jaris Dunn, pastor c at Christian Valley. The Rev.
ri All members of Lodge #129 denied the right to work because The evening speaker willb Brazil. In past years she wasa Drake's Memorial Baptist t ft J.J. Williams & congregationof

are asked to be present on they attempted to register Mr. Charles Fleming. The volunteer teacher at JESCA, church and his congregation Liberty City will be In

September 8 for regular meet and vote."Operation theme for the day will be and many adults there will remember will worship with us Sunday; charge 4:00 p.m this Sun

ing and report for all tickets. Production"began "New Horizons of Faith." her from their youth at 3 p.m. We ask the full day. Sunday night there will

Mrs. Margaret Carey, pres. in 1964 when Liberian Mr. James E. Martin has; ful days. operation of the entire be a musical program featuring

Among the Boy Scouts goingto President W.V.S. Tubman served as "Mr. Ebenezer" George Savitt, public infor church. the Spiritual Harmonizersof

camp from Lodge#129 were granted 100,000 acres of land through out the year, we are mation representative.DAY Coconut Grove along with

Willie James Johnson and to the National Baptists for all wondering who will be KELLY'S CHAPEL the Mother Ford Chorus. Pray
Screen Jr. Also leaving for Mr. Ebenezer" 1969-70.
and for the sick and shut-ins.
agricultural production
send-a-kid-to-camp was Jerry Rev. Wm. H. Butler, pasto:
for the training and educationof
Latson. Rev. W. M. Slater, pastorB. Marie Carr, reporterLet
the nation's youth.ANTIOCH.
Happy birthday to Adele Mc- HOUSE OF GOD Wilkerson, reporter
Bride and James McGruder. Rev. Paul Freeman will us remember that Sunday ST. PETERS

We extend birthday greetingsto Elder L. U. Wilson, pastor preach the 4th Sunday morningfor is World Service Sunday

everyone with a birthday in Rev. p.W. Wiggins, pastor Sis. JoAnn Sweats, reporterThe the Men's Day program. Asking every member to bring Archbishop Wilkie, primateL.

the month of August. Dinettie D. Cobb, reporterAll pas tor would, like to The Rev. Davis of First Baptist an extra offering for that day G. Bode, reporter

Council meeting was held youth urged to please thank everyone who helped to Church will preach the Again you are reminded Sunday school 8:00 a.m.;

at the home of Mrs. Queen attend Jr. church meeting make our revival a success. closing sermon of our Men's about our picnic which Is t
Lemons. After the meeting a every Saturday' at 4:00: p.m. Regular services begin at Day which reaches it's climax be the last Saturday in this! A warm welcome to the public

very delicious repast was Ushers' Board #1 will 7:30 p.m. The Rev. Narhaniel Sunday, Aug.24.The public month. Asking a donation o:f at all times We pray for God's

served. The meeting for 129 sponsor its annual tea, Sunday Johnson and congregation will is Invited to come out and $1 from all adults, and please blessing on all mankind. Our

Jrs. will be Saturday at the at 3:00. They are askingthe render church services. help make this day a great success come and go with us. church is located at 1811 NW

.:*,home of their conductor, 3282 full cooperation of the The youth would like to thank On the fifth Sunday, the 4th Court.

NW 50 Street. church and friends.On everyone whom attended their Rev. W. M;Slater and congregation Stewardess Board will cele

Little Precious Juanita Wilson the 3rd Sunday in Sept. rally, Sunday. Special thanksare will'' be on programat brate their anniversary. Julia MT. OLIVETTE

and brother Arthur are vacationing the Sunday School will hold its extended to Dec. S. MaryF. the Ministers and Deacons Brown is the chairman.

in Bartow, Fla. with Annual Family Hour trophy Williams, choir directorand Union, at the New Bethel Missionary Now Hear Thisl! The womeof nNorma Rev. George Warren, pastor

their parents Mr. and Mrs., will be awarded the class with Dea. S. Pinky Braddy, Baptist Church, 4207 the church and your, our J. Lawrence, reporter

Wright Wilson. They are visiting the largest number of parents Asst. Director. NE 7th Terrace, Ft. Lauder- friends, have set out to raise The fifth Sunday In this

their grandmother. and the class, with the greatest Sunday school begins at 9:30: dale, Fla., Friday, Aug. 29. the sum fo $3,000. Call all 1 month will be Scholarship Sun

Juanita McCloud, reporter amount of money. Also on the a.m., morning services beginat The bus will be loading at the members and friends to help day all members are asked

4th Sunday in September will 11:30 a.m. week-day ser church at 6:30: p.m. for the us to do just that.CHRIST. to contribute$10 for this effort

CHRISTIAN SCIENCERev. be Promotion Day in Sunday vices Wednesdays, Bible Lessons trip. All members are urgedto The pastor is asking to meet

School. The Sunday School Friday night, Terry Ser attend. will all officers and memberson

P. S. Brown, pastor Is asking for everyone to come vices. the Wednesday after the

M. L. Nixon, reporterThe out and make both of these You are invited to worshipwith ST. MARY'S Theodore R. Gibson, rector fourth Sunday, which will be

Home Mission extends events a success. us. We are located at 1290 On Sunday, August 31st, August 27.
sincere thanks to the friends The Jr. Matrons will sponsor NW 69th St. and 13th Ave. Rev. H. V. Stuart, pastor the Episcopal Churchmen will 1

and members for their splendid a Music Festival Sunday, Mrs. A. E. McCray, reporterThe sponsor a trip to Key West. CORINTH
Male Chorus will
attendance and cooperationat Sept. 28. Various groups from JORDAN GROVERev. sing The trip will cost $7 and will 1 There will be a sale Saturday -
all usher board#2 serves
the tea on Sunday the community will performof Douglas Cook, pastor during,the 11 service and leave from the parish hall at all day at the home of
Pledge Day Is Sunday, Aug. this program.The Eddie Gilbert, reporterThe ushers' board #1 during the 7 f a.m. Tickets may be pur Sis. B. Ector, 2175 NW 69th
24. Please contact your cap men are in the mistof No. 2 Ushers' Board chased at the church officer Terrace.
tains or turn your brown envelopes their Men's Day activities. will be selling dinners on this p.m. service. from members of the Episcopal There will be a musicals
The Leaders'Board will
over to sister Nixon The first grand event for this Saturday (all day) In the dining Churchmen. Don't miss Sunday afternoon from 4 to
have a Pew Rally and
and sister Munlin. Adultchoir year is a Pre-Men's Banquet room. They are asking every program the excitement, buy your tickets -',6 5 p.m. at the home of Dec. &
24th 4
rehearsal Is now being held which will be held at Toby's one to stop by and patronize Sunday The ,chairman Aug. of at Woman'sDay p.m. now. Sis. Ector; also a fashion

every Tuesday night at 8 at the Cafeteria on Aug. 30. Men's them. Bro. J. Pitts,president. would like to thank the Sincere sympathy is exten- show.

home of Bro. and Sis.Thomas day will be Sunday, Oct. 19th. There will be a' Sunday church for ded to the Clark family for Rev. M.L. Paschal, pastor

Blue. The president Is askingall school teachers' meeting and Temple Baptist the loss of their loved one. Sis.! Bernice Ector, reporter
services rendered last Sun-
members to
attend. MT. AARON B.T.U. meeting this Sunday day
Prayer meeting Is at Dea. at 9 Please be
morning a.m.
Rev. Otis L. Our sympathy goes to Sis ST.. LUKE NEW COVENANT
George Washington's home on Sample, pastor on time Dea. Parrish, super
Thursday nights. BTU at 5:30 The pastor takes great plea intendent of Sunday school,and Myrl Gibson and Sis. Mary Rev. P.W. Williams>, pastor Rev H.O. Robinson, pastor
and Sunday School at 9:30a.m. sure in thanking the parishioners Dea. GilbertpresidentofBTU. Saunders in the loss of their Kathleen Streeter, reporterOn Betty Hill, reporter

every Sunday.You are asked to and all of our many viSiting The Young Women's Auxiliary loved ones. August 22, the Male Aug. 22nd at 8:00: p.m.,

send your children and actor friends who worshippedrith and B.T.U. will sponsor a Don't forget the dinner sale Chorus will have a programit New Covenant is having a

topany them when possible. us on last Sunday morn- musical program on this Sun every Saturday at the church. 8 p.m. Rev. Macon and special service with Mother

The Police Benevolent Association ng. We honored the'presenceof day at 3 p.m. Various groupsof congregation of First Baptist Edwena Robinson, as the guest

I is sponsoring a picnic > a longtime friend, the Rev. the city will appear on the MILLROCK church: of Opa Locks will ben speaker.

Thursday, Aug. 28 at their Billy Johnson, a formeriliamian program. The public is invited Rev. Andrew Jackson, pastor charge of services. Saturday, New Covenant is

park for the youth of Christian and 1948 graduate of Sis. Brown and Dea. Gilbert, Sis. E. Jackson, reporter On Sunday the Women of the having its annual Sunday

Fellowship. They are expecting Dorsey High. He brought usa presidents. The pastor is asking all 1 church will sponsor a"Build School picnic at Crandon Park.

you in large numbers. i very Inspiring message. His e members to please remember log Fund Tea". Time is 46.

the pastor of theSecondJaptist prayer meeting Tuesday There will be a Flower Club

NEW PROVIDENCERev. Church of Pratt, Kansas CHRISTIAN SCIENCE"And night from7:30p.m.8:30p.m.The Convention August 28th at FIRST CATHEDRAL

; pastor Is asking all 8 I p.m. Donations are $1.
C. J. Burney, pastor the Lord said unto SPIRITUALISTBishop
members to come and go with
Arsula Edwards, reporterThe Moses, Thus thou shalt say un
CALVARY Williams
him to the Oak Grove M.B. A. pastor
Ordiance of Baptismwill to the children of Israel Ye
Church, North Miami, on Willie Ann Crum,reporterWe
be held this Sunday morning Rev. S. Atchison have seen that I have talkedwith
,pastor Thursday nite. Rev. Hinder- Rev. W. M. Davis, pastor are thankful to each and-
Aug. 24 at 10:00.: All candidates Phyllis Beal, reporter you from heaven." This
son, pastor. Donella Turner, reporter everyone who made our firstl
are requested to be Sunday, Aug. 24, the Willing verse from Exodus Is part of national
Beginning this week Aug. 18 assembly a beautiful
present and on time,also bringa Workers will be celebrating the Christian Science Lesson- ,
the pastor will be conducting a success. Thanks to Deacon.
change of garment.Conseereation their anniversary along with Sermon, titled "Mind", to be MT. SINAI '
revival service in Sasser,G a. llifford Hepburn, Elder.
hour of the Trustees.Dea. read In the churches this
Rev Cleo
Albury, pastorB. at the Mt. Olive Baptist Churchlev. Green, Rev. O. Williams,*
Is held here at the churchat Over radio station
M. Ledlow and WMBMat
members .
Boney reporter
W. H. Holloway, pastor. Bishop Little John, Prof.Butler -
5 a.m. eachSunday morning of his team wishes to 1:45 p.m.Sunday will be discussed Baptismal services will be The 4th Sunday, all choirsf the C Lord C's and our
Bible class and prayer ser thank who attended the subject "When Are held
everyone Sunday morning, preceding First Baptist,will celebrate major Mr. David Kennedy.
vice, Tuesday evening at 7:30. and participated on his tea olast n The Good Hours?" our morning worship. their This
anniversary. The Friday night
Rev. we are
All members are urged to at Fifth Church of
Our Bible Study Is held
R:. C. Solomon will deliver the having a special healing service -
tend. Visitors and friends are Prayer meeting is held on Scientist, 1600 NW 54th Street every( Tuesday at 8 and
pastor of the Mt. Zion conducted by Rev. June
welcome. Thursday nlte. welcomes all to the services.
prayer meeting Thursdays.
Baptist church, Hialeah. McRae of Phoenix, Arizona.


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THE MIAMI TIMES, Friday_ ,_ August_ 22.. 1969 25
Daughter Elks No. 768 Closed I

Rev. A.L. ev. W. E. Sims, pastor "liff/e/ Folks Contest"
Evelyn Gilbert, reporter
The pastor express his ap- On last Wednesday evening seeking the cooperation of:the
church to to those who the "Little Folks Contest" entire temple.
Friday him to Day which was one of the greatest Daughter Loice Fawkes will
tist Church last Sunday night. financial drives of the templein serve as chairman for the fall
0. W. Aug. 24 the No. 2 the days of Daughter Ruler coffee and style show, which
The will celebrate their an- Ellen Taylor again came into will be held the fourth Sundayin
brate their in our 11 a.m.wor- the spotlight and raised October at the Bonded Col- ff
Sunday at service. 72975. Daughter Thelma lection Agency.Dt. .

F Pierce, prayer meeting is now Nash reporting above$300 was Ellen Taylor is now In _u_
The we urge all mem- the grand prize winner.Dt. Nassau attending the Love and
each who and friends to come and Alto Screen thanked the Charity GrandLodge. Dt. Alto Elder J. W. Wilson and congregation would
last Sunday with us from 8-9 p.m. daughters for what they have Screen will represent Greater like to extend a warm and cordial invitation to all

Baptist Monday, Aug. 25 our re- done and stated she plans to Miami Temple No. 769 at the of you to come and visit the church and enjoy the
Wiggins, meeting will start at 8 raise the standard in every coming Grand Temple sessionin services.

The The Rev. R. W.Williams way that would add to the com- Washington.Dt. For your comfort, the church is fully air-con

celebrate Beach will be our munity life of Miami, she is Marie White,the founder ditioned. For your convenience, we provide trans-
August 29 Is to to Kan-
now planning fly
----- for services and from the
portation to church.
r I me:
There sas City Missouri where she
at the home TEMPLE Carver will attend the National Bap-' Thursday 8 p.m. and Sunday, 11 a.m. and 8 p.m.

Saturday [ ; tist Convention, Inc. While In For your added convenience, we have a wonderful
St. women of Temple will Kansas she will visit the prayer Sunday School service which we would like to have

Melodies. their to annual organize Woman's on Sunday {Ranches'i i T: room of "Unity Center". your children I with us each and every Sunday.

Day I C'Ti; ; Ai .. .. : ,.i ; Phone: 6930481. Church: 9000 NW 20th, Avenue.

Templeites will serve [,NewsByWalterBovd '. JO'JB, YOUNGLAND U.S.A. Kindergarten is open all sum-,
at the morning worship ; ''"M'''".! ''I'C, : :. ;. mer. We keep children from 6 months of age to 10
Rev. choir ##1 will render I of Call and Register Now. 6930481.
Willie sssl ssf esf-RBf-BtN-i- -\ ;, : years age.
service during the even- '! ,
The Mr. and Mrs. Leroy Glover : l.i. ........ :. ,. "
: .
1 will and ''. ,:.
Temple daughter Audrey are on .
family extends
I ""i t.
7th sympathy to Mrs. vacation and visiting relativesIn ,::.... .<...... ..:' !: National Dental Ass'n In Miami
M. .
.. e
V .
22 at 8 p.m. and family on the South Carolina, New York, .. :.
day at 3 p.m.Musical of a relative and to Mrs. New Jersey. They also will '.'. f"' '. ........+al.rt. Beach Next YearThe
Daniels on the passing spend some time in Canada. .... ..
held at both husband. Mrs. Florella Turpin and National Dental Asso- The 57th annual session will
some of the ome home to Miss grand-son. Lee Anthony Scott ciation met at the Sheraton meet at the Hotel Plaza on Miami
choirs and Hepburn who recently are vacationing at the same Gibson Hotel in Cinclnattl in Beach next summer.
On Sunday from Tuskegee In- above states and Canada also. its 56th annual session August There were 545 dentists and
Brother (B.A. English); to Mrs. Miss Barbara Jean Redd- Earnest Coleman of 1 Hour 3-7. Dr. James C. Wallace of an overall total of 1,025 in attendance -
Miami E. Dawkins, Louise Fer- ing and her grandmother are Valet Inc. was honored this Chicago presided over the at the meeting.
in a and Carrie Newbold, vacationing in Atlanta, Ga. week for his professional meeting. Dr. James C. Holleywas Attending from Miami were
choirs and vacationed in Nassau. drycleaning skill Mr. Cole- elected president and Dr. ''Dr. James E. White, Dr. and
will also Mr. Roosevelt (Buddy) Walker man accepted the challengeof Robert L. Smith of West Palm Mrs. W. H. Murrell and Dr.
gram. and his sons are in Hal- Drycleaning World Beach was elected vice presi- and Mrs. G. W. Hawkins.

The ANTIOCH landale, West Hollywood, this magazine and successfully re- dent.
picnic will week visiting relatives and moved a difficult Mystery Spot
at Virginia friends from Kentucky wherehe on a swatch of material af-
10-3p.m. i now lives. He is a Mia- fixed to a magazine page. LAYMENThe
mian, and a graduate of Dor- Drycleaning World dared Its Laymen of the Fort
sey High Also Buddy Walker 32,000 readers to clean the Lauderdale district are spon- ROO31M
NEW and comrade, George Pin- spot without damaging the soring a Choirs Contest at
der, drop In Fri. night on the material. Mr. Coleman was Wards Chapel AME Church
Rev. A. M. VFW. Post No. 8195. Where one of the drycleaners in this 900 NW 6th Avenue, Hallen-
Ella he also met many friends. area who did a perfect job. dale Fla. {'
The No. The VFW Post No. 8195 The "SpotIng & Finishing Rev. L. H. Holland, pastor.
will have prayers."l Ladies Aux will meet Sunday Award",. which is now prominently Sunday, August 24th from 2-5
day from 4. Aug. 25th at 5 p.m. Mem- displayed In his store discussion of the Judges will

of Sis. bers please be present, at the reads: "To Earnest Coleman, be final. 1st and 2nd and .P. A nf:1KMW.>...YA
NW 29th Ct. post home on Pembroke Rd. 1 Hour Valet, recognition 3rd prizes. Your Credit Is Good

There Mrs. Dorothy Trotter, pre- professional drycleaning skill Willie Scott,president.Rev. WE CARRY OUR
Wednesday, sident and Mrs. Ruth Scott, demonstrated by actual test F.A. Allen, presiding. OWN ACCOUNTS
8 p.m. bet secretary.New performance."
-- -- --
Macedonia Baptist OR BOOKCASEHEAD.
behalf of Church revival started this BOARD. PILLOWS 2-BOVDOIt
anniversary. PENNINGTON week at 22nd St. and 48th Ave MATCHING Of AM IN OKJtCl
The No. Rev. A. Cooper, pastor. Call roc l I TABLELAND 2-STEP TABLES.2 DEC.
will have a J. W. Stepherson, pastor The Big Tent is still at ORATOR LAMPS. >ARTAENt/
day at the Aug. 24, Antioch the corner of 18th St. and 2 .SIZE TRASTINO DINETTI Bryant, celebrate Its Men's and 46th Ave. In West, Hollywoodthis CHARLES coMPim
691-2216. s Day. Our morn- Is the 5th week. Come and FOR $289"
speaker Is Mrs. Lennette hear the Rev. J. P. Monk the ROGERS ONLY
and the evening
Rev. George W.War '1- AT PL 1-7502 CHEST, MIRROR AND PANEl
Mt. Olive tt e Baptist ROOM SET COMES COMPLETE
VFW News
u r c h Chairmen are Bro. WITH MATTRESS AND MATCH.
in the noon church, Sis. Ruby Lewis and Veterans of foreign wars, STEREO OR ORCHESTRA SIZE CLUDED DINETTE.IS A 3 7,PC.-PC.SECTION.Al FAMILY. .
1st Melvin Jackson
Lt. R.
is in
behalf Aug. 23, at 8p.m. Jr., Post 5693 Will hold STEP TABLES AND COCKTAIL
their Meeting in their new
will be a musical pro- Of YOUR CHOICE.
at the church.Sis.Jessie post home 1881 A lib Aba Ave.
tor Rev. a m s and many other Sunday, August 24th at 6 p.m. COMPUTICHOOSI $4 r
services will be there.WOMEN'S Important business will be
discussed. All members are FROM MODERN
ing W.C. Covington,Commander. -
Bible Women's Day
Friday at 7 will be held at Oak DESIGN BY MARMUR, TRIPLE
Church Sunday,
con Buster 24. The public Is Invited, }Bishop E. E. Rahming, pastor AND HEADBOARD QUEEN INCLUDED SIZE IS A!
Monday, Aug. NE 152ndTer.The morn- Shirley Cooper, reporterOn QUEEN SIZE 4" FOAM
the church. speaker is Sis. E. Metton Sunday at 3 p.m. we will MATTRESS AND MATCHING
the evening speaker Is ]be at Elder Thorton's Church i 2 BEDROOM LAMPS.
L. King. Rev. W.Hender-,I M 68th St. and 27th Ave. !U coMPunSCOflOOCROUP.
SOUTH Is pastor. At 7:30 p.m. the youth and ..." D0 T .
Ruby Castelow, chair- ,widows will be In charge of <
Sunday Is
i I services.
at Mt. '
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being a.m. with the s 1 r# Attention Parents |r I

ing services E SELL HAPPINESS I
Miss Daisy !1 Randolph Kindergarten: |I STORES
asked to Opens on Sept ember 2, 1969 I Ion the crossroad of North-South Expressway

youth, they 1 Registration now going 2152 NW 64th St. | ONLY 15 MINUTES FROM ANYWHERE IN MIAMI

tion. j!: transportation, hot lunches and snacks.f Phone 751.7502'Broward: JA 2.5131

Baptist Dea. j by State Welf< Board. For further i 300 N.W. 54th ST. 177 Ht MIAMI lSfMTINO }

call 691-:7988 754-2198. ;
Mrs. Trudie !; information, : FREE DELIVERY ANYWHERE IN U.S.A. llWW WAV*
Mrs. Maude j J. E. Ral dolph I In Ft. Lauderdale, 1103E. La* Olai Blvd., JA 5-3716
recuperating rf{
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26 THE MIAMI TIMES Friday, August 22, 1969

Our Readers. Speak .'Out' _- I Your DogI I i

I :i M And YouBY

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."\ "" -1 '-' ..-' Fact and fiction of attack man cousins.
dogs is a subject I have been Now, we'll get Into this mat-

''t: Your Letters to the Editor very anxious to discuss as ter of attack dogs.Understandthat
there are some very serious all dogs come under three

misconceptions concerning so headings: under, over, and
I IM Weekly Horoscope Career Opportunities ProgramTo called "Canines". First, for average, aggressiveness. I
the record, a Canine denotes have further classed these as

i by OLGA Train low-Income Persons any dog or animal in the dog protection dogs and guard

0523859114ARIES family, meaning foxes,wolves dogs. protection dogs are dogs
etc. Canine simply means the that lack the confidence to.
(March 21-April 19): Tidy up your romantic life, Dear Garth: four long cutting teeth of the work by themselves or can be
that Dade
would be interested in knowing
Aries. You may not be aware of it, but things are in I thought you mouth. Even humans have canine backed down given enough
) somewhat of a mess. Emotional cobwebs are all over your County has been selected in national competition as a pos- teeth. time. If their master is there

heart. Get rid of them. This may take a bit of doing, but sible future site of a Career Opportunities training project Secondly, German Shepherds with them, they are the mean-
you'll be glad if you follow old Olga's advice. under the Education Professions Development Act. and wolves have nothingin est you can find. Attack or
TAURUS (April 20.May 20): As you are advancing in In the months ahead, the Bureau of Educational Personnel common except one par guard dogs are few and far be
life, Taurus, you are gaining a keener sense of the value of Development of the U. S. Office of Education will be ticular ancester. There may tween, numbering one in every
time. This is all to the good. Use your time in week ahead working closely with local public school officials, community be some exceptions to this as twenty or thirty dogs.The dogsin
to solve an old problem. Go to the one you love and speak representatives, institutions of higher learning and the Florida this category will attack
many years ago, dogs belonging -
Department of Education has been awarded as$10,000 grant to
,your heart. to sheep hearders ran upon invasion of their propertyand
GEMINI (May 21-June 20): You may be tempted in support part of the cost of the technical assistance it will loose and some breeding may have little or no fear.They
week ahead Gem, to speak only half the truth. And this in make available to local projects. It is hoped that project have taken place. Anyway, also can be backed down, as a
itself may create a serious situation. Tell all or lie boldly. grant award announcements will be made by early January. brain
there is nothing to be gainedby mans power several
One or the other.CANCER : The Career Opportunities Program is designed to attract
having wolf blood in times higher than a dogs,
(June 21-July 22): Try not to be so and train persons from low-income backgrounds for career your
A wolf is though sometimes wonder.
'. methodical, Moonchild. This tendency could if carried to positions in the education professions. It will provide such dog. very shy, and you
in most afraid of Fortunately most people don't
cases strang- ,
v excess, drive you out of your tree. Relax a bit more. This persons wttti a chance to start their careers at whatever level
I ), is a good week to consider yourself a "majority of one." their abilities permit. They may enter as aides or technicians gers. Then too, a pure wolf or possess the coil head it takesto

LEO (July 23-August 22): Joy, comfort and and, through a work-study program, climb a career half wolf does not bark, instead handle one. Always rem-
it howls which ember bad dog signs are 75%
contentment are highlighted in week ahead, Leo. The fruit ladder to more responsible and more remunerative posi- shouldgo ,
of love will ripen. Desire will stIr within you. How luckycan tions in teaching, counseling, administration or any of the over big with your neigh- of the attack dogbusiness..
f you get? other education professions.It bors. Having had a dog that A memo to the many people
VIRGO (August September 22): You may findt will was quarter wolf, I found that calling: Please accept ray
is expected that 40 cent of those participating
yourself a bit depressed in week ahead, Virgo. If so, get per its voice fell between a howl apologies for not return-
be Vietnam veterans.
out and seek new and exciting surroundings. Fight against returning and bark and it roamed for ing your calls promptly. New

giving in to despair of any kind. It is a luxury you can ill days at a time, still very shy. designs for the business are i il
) afford. Sincerely, Third, let me say a few going up and have neglected
i'' LIBRA (September 23-October 22): You are going to geta words about these monstrous to return calls, please forgive S
second chance Libra. Don't deal. Dante B. Fascell
at happiness, muff the German Shepherds weighing a me. p
Don't look back. The past is a cancelled check. That you Member of Congress 130 and up. After seeing probably -
can bank on. Tomorrow holds nothing but goodies. Congrats to Mrs.Bethel and n
SCORPIO (October November 21): In days ahead, -------------1 thousands of shepherds, family for raising a fine litter C
the largest I have seen to date
Scorp, your memory will be excellent, but your Judgment J JI 140 of pups (Germans). More info (
was pounds andextreme.
poor. Realize this'and act accordingly. Don't allow your |I OUR CLASSIFIED ADS I II II ly fat. I have had no fact to on them in the future. l
sweet to play too great. a part in your day-to-day
activities. substantiate the claims of gi- Call information and ques- .
SAGITTARIUS (November 22-December 21): You have I gantic shepherds. Also Bel- tions to Coopers Canine Ser

good sense Sag, and few pretensions. In week ahead,judge |L-J I gium shepherds are basically vice, 6912643. Next week -.
from intuition. Thus you will avoid confusion. Turn a deafrlar smaller dogs than their Ger- bad dogs and the vet.

to those who consider themselves more learned than
CAPRICORN (December January 19): Try not to THE BIO,CITyj DUKE TASK WERE JUST A BU/W-
I paint yourself into a corner in'week ahead Cap. Walk the 15 AGAIN OlllE'S PRISONER.. I HAD PLANS FOR YOU
straight and narrow for a change. The land of milk and AND ITS: STILL AN
honey is closer than you think. Trust Olga. /,, INTEREST/NG/ FX r g

AQUARIUS (January 20-February 18): Watch your PERIAAENT/
words in week ahead Aquarius. Especially when aroundthe N
one you love. Remember this: "The difference '
between the right word and the almost right word is the I'LY'dY YOU HAD ofS1
difference between lightning and the lightning bug." YOUR CHANCE, 51Uj

PISCES (February 19-March 20): Do not regress in week TASK, AND / 1 i d I I UjOJ
ahead, Pisces. Move ahead, but always keep one eye on 1 "
ITr / I
your rear-view mirror. As far as affair of the heart is \ r ft,
concerned, use your mind to contrive and your tongue to y I
, persuade. :

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Tfl THE MIAMI TIUFS. Friday.. August 22.. 19A9

: Central Florida Classic Shaping Up As Big Event I

ec MY 1 The most talked aoout football classic victory dance Is

game of the Bethune Cook- scheduled at 10:30 p.m. in
Fr I man College 1969 schedule is the Exposition Hall. The final
TIME"rv )I the "Central Florida Classic" meeting will be Sunday

I I a B-CC alumni sponsored af- morning October 12th follow
fair which matches the Wild- ing a 8 a.m. Alumni Break
PHIL ( cats and the Kentucky State
fast.The ;
DIXON"t 1 Thoroughbreds in Orlando's game has been sanctioned

I Tangerine Bowl, October 11 by the Orlando Chamberof

Sometime soon, (three or four weeks), George Wilson will at 8:00 p.m. Commerce and city of
have a chance to prove that the Dolphins have developed an The classic was organized ficials. Mayor Carl T. Lang-
January 11 during a B-CC ford in a letter to the B-CC
offense of some kind. As of now from what rye seen of the
t offense, there is a lot to be desired. The last three games Alumni Meeting in Daytona Alumni said "Orlando's city
i being exhibitions, I couldn't make an evaluation as to the Beach. The campaign under council welcomes you. Or-
potential of the offense and the fact that the Dolphins came the direction of Dr. Johnny lando Is a city with new vita-

up with a series of bad knees,to key linesmen, might further Jones, National President has lity in every aspect and you
handicap the offense. Again Fll wait until the real thing already created interest in all cordially are invited to remain I
come along. Florida chapters and groupsin after the game to avail

"Mr. Pres' (John Wilson) and a few others of the space surrounding states. Dr. yourself of the community's
1 setters are forming a fifth down club for the upcoming foot- Jones, District Director, many recreatlpnal and enter- r
ball season. They claim that all scores will be available North Central District,secon- tainment- facilities." w,
dary schools of Miami said The B-CC Wildcats will be
shortly after the game and someone will be available to
listen to your gripes and what you would have done if you in a recent meeting "I am seeking revenge from the Ken-
were in there playing. The Fifth Down Club sounds great convinced the contest will tucky Thoroughbreds accord-
bring us closer as a group.I ing to Headcoach Jack Mc-
fellows, but do we need'a mascot with so much education?
Lady might make good watch dog or a pet around the house; but can almost predict a sell- Clairen. Last year B-CC
I can't see her as the mascot. Then too she couldn't attend out." The president also lost a squeaker 20-19. Mc-
said the Central Florida Clas- Clairen tried a two point con-
any of the Club meeting or games.
sic will be an annual event. version for a win rather thana
have their in
.. The prep scnools opened training camps
preparation for the upcoming season. So far,each coach I've The Classic weekend will tie with 30 seconds f&nain- Dr. Johnny Jones, National President, Bet hune-
talked to had a different idea on how to put his charges Into begin Friday at 5:00 p.m. ing in a hard fought game. Cookman College Alumni Association is shown with

'. shape and keep them their. Some like morning sessions; with a hospitality hour in the "It was the first game betweenthe Laura Forniss, National Secretary as they display pro-

some like afternoon sessions; some like both and Pve even Penthouse SuiteStatler- two schools. .motional material.
talked to one coach that wants to set up regular pro-style Hilton Inn. Later in the even- "Fans interested in pur-'

camp away from it all. In any event, this promises to be ing atlOOOp.m.,Miss Central chasing advanced tickets can I 2MM$
Florida Classic will be r
another nail biting season, and as usual a number of upsets. contact the nearest B-CC I
Football Is the type of game that you have to beat the gut crowned during a special Alumni chapter president," '
you are playing. He won't lay down roll over and give up. coronation in the Statler-Hil- according .to Dr. Jones. "AAMGOTransmission Y
ton Penthouse. The will
Regardless to what happened last week or last yearyou've got game
to beat this guy today; and remember this is the day he be preceded by a gala parade
at 12
noon in downtown
might Just beat you. An Evening of Summer Fun
Orlando. The alumni and
So far I haven't came up with a heaijto day what team will "A
friends will gather at NIGHT IN NASSAU" Service ? Youcan't
; win the, western division of the National League.A couple of 3:00p.m. ?
guys said who they think:will win but no one says why or how.A for a hospitality hour and soul 1749 NW 54th St.
hot streak by any of the five teams could mess up anyone's pot dinner at the Statler. Incarnation'Activity Center beat it.
Kickoff time Is
predictions. Fm staying completely away from this thing. 8 p.m. A .

One last Dolphin note: Larry Little was one of the latest 1-DAY SERVICEMOST ''
injuries and will be out of action for several weeks. Larry -- ( CARS) ,

will be missed in The Dolphins offensive line,",and I hope his I REASONABLE PRICES
recovery will be speedy and complete. "4
Chump of the Week: Ted Brooker--When do you Join the 550 SHOPS NATIONWIDETO

million dollar club? One thing I can say for you old buddy Is Sat Mon SERVE YOU AAMCO
that you really are a hustler. FREE 10-POINT MULTI-CHECK
Sport of the Week: Jan King& Tom Washington. Jan, you BRAND NEW TRANSMISSIONS
\"Ir have developed into quite a soul singer, let me know where FREE TOWING F .
you'll open next. Tom, I still owe you a visit and a game. CREDIT MAY BE ARRANGED
Until the next time, please remain a good sport. 1969 AUTOMATIC I' ..
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Miami Northside 696.5546 Hialeah 887.4309
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Miami 751.2416 South Miami 665-6573
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Games Trail 642.6366 Perrlne 238.9277
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FLly-seven youths,age nine Recreation Dept. In coopera- Hollywood 927-2816
to 15, will represent Metro- tion with the Amateur Athletic ,, .. NOW ONLY North Miami 947-3469 1332
S. Dixie
454 NE 167th Street Highway
politan Dade County Thursday Union (AAU), the Greater
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U.S. Youth Games. North and South Cam- 4., EASY 1821 S. State Road #7
mlans The young Greater Mia- puses. TERMS
will be competing with
athletes from 11 other-cities
of the United States and Puerto
Rico In three events ,
basketball and track and field. i1 -
The Dade Countians and 10 Buttonholes r"REPAIR SPECIAL; I
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other teams will be seeking Monoflrommlng ClunlOil
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to prevent the New York team 7 o ; e Adjust Tmlonift 50
S Se Sk MtndingDoming I a Chick Wiriiic V J
from winning the a a
games t e Adjust Ittt Tmim / TITU.
third consecutive year. Three .Back Tacking Dtlint Machine can J
wins by the same city is sufficient .Sewi On Buttons I. lisped I Ubrietfe Meter
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Goals of the youth games DirectorOf

programs, are according to J.D. & HIS BROTHER BOB SAYS
Chris Christman, Metro Dade Student
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Dept., ((1)) To help develop PersonnelDr. "COME TO

better citizens. ((2) To set jIrjALIHIU1

the stage for competition between .Richard V. Moore,Pre- THE BURGERLOO"
some of our nation's future sident, Bethune-Cookman

Olympic stars. (3) Give College announced the ap- What/ You Need ... We Got!
boys and girls a chance to pointment of Clarence Childs
meet and share experiences former professional football
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all over the United States.. ((4) tor of Student Personnel. His SATURDAYDoubleheader *FISH i'MILKSHAKE
I To give our youth a chance to duties will be to coordinate the *
( compete for individual and activities of students and deal FRENCH FRIES

team honors. (5)) To stimulate with their problems. SOFT DRINKS
1:15 & 8 P.M.
summer ,recreation programs The Lakeland born Childs 7
.t and aid the youth of earned his undergraduatedegree s BIG 5321 NW' 21th AVENUE

: urban centers (qualifications at Florida A&M,where OPEN 7 DAYS A WEEK
for the games in a dozen be was a standout football t r frP f1
cities serve this purpose). player and during the off sea 1166 N.:'. 95TH STREET:

'" Qualifications In Dade were sons also taught school at L ACROSS FROM CENTRAL HIGH SCHOOLP
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1.4 THE MIAMI TIMES Friday, August 22, 1969 29

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Director of Dade County Department of

Housing and Urban Development

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Frequently, people are inclined to ask; "What have you
done for us lately?"
What has gone on before often is overlooked. And we might
k ask the same question ourselves, if we needed a decent home
and an occasional comfort of life.
Miami started its public housing program in 1937, and In
thr first dozen years three housing projects, consisting of '
1,515 units, had been developed. A referendum in 1949,
r gave the authority permission to construct an additional
1,500 units, but determined opposition by slum landlordsover
the next 10 years limited the total of new units to 762.
And the need for additional housing grew by the day. It
was a period of frustration, because the needs were great
and the services rendered were limited. In the early 1960's
$ the expressway program began to emerge, creating new
problems of displacement and renewal. The downtown leg
p yF 4 of the North-South expressway displaced thousands of families .
and the rural-oriented legislature refused to match the
3 3r > federal funds which would have given financial assistance to

3 t, s r the displaced families.The .
; r city and county saw the need for 2,400 more units, but
again the landlords formed an association in an effort,to
.8 stop a widespread public housing program. While they weren't
able to do this, they did manage to effect another 18-month
delay. It was at this point that the then President Johnson
issued an executive order, detailing the integration of all
t future housing projects. The first Negro family moved into
an all-white project in 1964. Today, all projects are in-
tegrated.The .
most significant attack on Dade's housing needs came
N about in 1967, when the county agreed to become responsibleon
1z a community-wide basis for an urban improvement pro-
s? ss gram. The city of Miami transferred its Housing Authorityto
Metro in February, of 1968, and the organization was
structured with four major divisions--Urban Development,
Housing Assistance, Neighborhood Rehabilitation and Model
During the next 12 months, Metro's Department of Housingand
Urban Development ass m responsiblity for all of the
City's projects as well as originating many new ones. Witha
? TI/ federal grant of$733,000, the community renewal programwas
launched,. And then began the Model Cities program.
Early this year, Metro's HUD obtained$26 million match-
ing grant to participate in a new Neighborhood Development
Program. This permits development of land for low and mo-
derate income housing in communities throughout the county. fill:
a. a We doubled the Inspections under the Code EnforcementDt-
vision through a merger of city and county departments. And
landlords are being forced to clean up and fix up the areasin
violation.We .
( w6Mp 'dT ; received the first modernization grant awarded to public
housing in the South. The $3 million will be used to moder-
nize and upgrade the James E.Scott Homes,and Liberty Square
b And more important, perhaps, we found housing for 873
families including 335 displaced by the expressways. To
1 d. :Z f>Dt {Y fA ;q; Y date, 1442 displaced families have been accomodated with
standard housing. In good neighborhoods at rents they can
The Model Cities election of a Governing Board, was one
of the few held In the United States. Volunteer professionalsare
working with the residents to develop neighborhood
programs and some $9 million supplementary funds are expected -
t. 3 to finance this effort during the first action year.
But what have we done lately?
There are presently 362 large family units of public housing

: ",' .. i under construction and 96 of these were finished only a coupleo
::" : :i''S"'i'\: ; f weeks ago. 1425 units are to begin within the next six
\; < ;} ,: : ; ; months and we have obtained an additional reservation of
10 '.": : : .\" .' .', '1i\i,\ 3500 public housing units, which represents a federal grantin
excess of$50 million. Sites are being selected in coopera-
mmmih\ "' i "* tion with the Neighborhood Development Program.
This will enable us to keep faith with the citfzens whom we
I -Attend-U"'e' League BanquetTimes have promised to help.Michael's .

photographer Frank Williams presents second a beaming James Spannphoto an ward from his company in
Johnson had a field day at the place trophy to Mr Mc- #10) Fleetwood Price, (right) recognition of his outstanding
Central Little League banquet Kinstry. (Photo #9) Arthur local Cocoa-Cola representative service as president of the
Monday night. Colebrook presents league's presents George Williams Central Miami Little League.

The banquet, attended by most valuable player award to Kindergartenl
.. :
some 200 adults and young- 14140 .,

Rental sters, Agency was held Auditorium.at the Bonded READ DUKE TASK Help Wanted

(Photo #1)) Central Little PAGE 26
Open 7 a.m. to 6 Daily
League All Star team (photo
#2) Ear I's Market, League REGISTRATION NOW GOING ON
Champions. (Photo #3)) Far- HandymanSTART
rey's Hardware Team. (Photo I Phone 688-8141 School or
#4)) Service First Insurance DIVERSIFIEDPUBLIC 681-4060 Home
team (photo #5) McKinstry SERVICEAND !
Tigers team. (Photo #6)) left- 125.00 WEEK

right, Farrye's, Hardware
representative; Charles NOTARY PUBLIC MUST HAVE OWN Registration Begins Sun., Aug. 17 atCook's
Shellman, Service First Ins. *
Co.; Mr. M c Kin s try, Mc- SWEETING
Kin Kindergarten
s try Tigers; Lancaster Public Relations
Thomas, Southern FARMS Super 111
Market and Earl Bussey, Consultant
Editor Of Opa-Lo cka
Earls Market proudly dis- Theatrical FLORIDA REALTY
playing sponsor plaques. The Miami TimesN

(Photo #7)Earl Bussey,(right) A 1-7203 1840 NW 152nd Terrace
Earl's his
Market display's
Pleasure in receiving the 16351 NW 18th Place Phone 358-1020 1741 NW 152nd Terrace

championship from Bunche Park .
George For information call: 681-2710 or 6813319JII1
Williams, League President Opo-locka, Florida
(photo 8)) George Williams


THE MIAMI TIMES. Friday? August 22, 1969

, We thank you, the public WOMEN .

20 WORDS OR LESS 200.) IOC FOR EACH ADDITIONAL ..VORD." Tom and Washington's Laundry No.Dry 1 Cleaners 1342- MEDICAL RESEARCH PROJECT

DEADLINE FOR CLASSIFIED ADS TUESDAY 6 P. M. NW62nd Street, 691-9649No.; 180 Post menopausal (natural or surgical) women in
I 2,210 NW 7th Street, 373-9171, good health needed for Medical Research Project spon-
J "Mary Elizabeth Hotel"; No. sored by large nationally known pharmaceutical corporation -
t, FOR SALE FOR SALE FOR RENTA 3, 4410 NW 17th Avenue, for No maximum age limit.
COMMERCIAL PROPERTY FHA room for a single working your patronizing us. THIS PROJECT COMPLIES WITH FEDERAL FOOD
2 BUILDINGS Like new,air conditioned, two lady. Conveniently located. DRUO REGULATIONS.
< bedrooms 1ft bath. Fully re Cookingprivileges.Pay monthly Volunteers will be paid for participation. Church and
decorated.Modem kitchen. Efficiency and also a room for a man. Social Organizations can participate as a group.
(f SUITABLE FOR BUSINESS apartmentwith private Please callNE 5-4805 between CHILDCARE Must be permanent residents of Dade or Broward Coun-

l CHURCH OR PROFESSIONAL entrance.Immediate occupancy. the hours of 2 p.m. and 8 p.m,' ties.
Presently a going business on Dixie Williams Realtor, 754- POI'TIER'S DAY NURSERYAND For information and interview, call Mrs. Akin week-
that be cooyerlecl 8653. Woul like I nice girl to share KINDERGARTEN days at Miami 891-2693 or 891-0321.
property CaD
apartment. All privileges. Call Free pick-up and delivery service
to suit. Drive by 1501 NW 1511 Dinette set, complete bedroom 635-4846 before 3 p.m. Hours 7 a.m. until 5 p.m.
NW 54th Street then call for suite,portable living room sofa Hot meals and snacks served
all information about pro- and chair,two black and white HELP WANTEDK12 daily. For further informationcall
petty Fenster Realty Broker television .ets.CaU693-3858 trainer. Part-time 8-12; 691-4947 home; 691-0143 AUTO INSURANCE .
and ask for Mr. Mrs. Jackson school; Mrs. Albertha Poitier
759-8779. or experience not necessary as I Low Premium Rates 1J
will train you in all phases of owner. y' :r
SMALL DUPLEX canine work. Right person can Low Monthly Payments _
1 bedroom each. Asbestoes FHA work up to a partnership Call COX KINDERGARTEN Immediate SR.22 Filings ?. ..
Excellent condition. Modem 3 bedrooms and 2 baths 691-2463 between 7:30 a.m Open for registration
sidings. townhouse, air-conditioned. and 8:30 a.m. or after 8 p.m. Registration is now in progress OFFICE HOURSi f i
2263 NW 80th St. .
$9,950 firm. Thru Fri. 9:30-7:00 '
Cooper's Canine Service. Mon. ;
$850 .down $89.72 per month. for fall term.For informa-'
Mr. O'Neal 642-1410. Drive by 954 NW 24th Avenue. --- tion visit, 200 NW 47th1 St., or Sat. 9)30-4:00) t
Fort Lauderdale. Then call PBX operator-receptionist, experienced -
call 757-3362 or 691-1834.
CBS Building plus resturant 1-564-4304. ,trainee.North Miami (Ag. 29) BROWN REALTY & INSURANCE AGENCY
: I v" business, both for 22500. Industrial Park. Excellent future --- 4740 NW 7th Avenue
I $2500 cash down, $200 month 5411-17 NW 6th Avenue5 top benefits. Send resumeto Kindergarten Nursery 754-0655
payment.Same owner 20 years. CBS units, 2 buildings Owner Mrs. Moore, c/o The Miami Free pick-up and delivery. For
Very profitable. Atlantic and will finance.Oood income: see Times, 6530 NW 15th Avenue, information call 758-2472.
Pacific Realtors, 666-0411 today. Aetna Realty (Broker), Miami,. Fla. 33147 (Ag. 30)
811 NW 54th St. Phone 757- INVESTMENT PROPERTYFor

I 131 NW 43rd Street, FHA. $1- 5724. Display trainee. Great future 3 months to 2 years. Call 633- Sale
,d l 000 down. No closing cost. -- for fieri pus reliable young men. 5717.
,,1 Twp bedroom.CBS, large fenc-. Duplex, close-in,FHA $19- Excellent benefits Send resumeto 7-11 store and laundromat both on long term
\' ed yard. Drive by, then call 500, only $900 down. Seller Mrs. Moore, c/o The Miami EVANS TINY TOT NURSERY leases. Total price-$75,150 can be hand-
\ Tubin, Realtors, 758-4429. pays all closing costs. Don't Times, 6530 NW 15th Avenue, Opening September 2nd
miss this one. Aetna Realty Miami, Fla. 33147. Ages 2 5 years.Qualified led with onl y $15,000 cash down. Will show a
;Tires. Slightly used. 800x15 (roker,811NW 54th St. Phone -i-r teachers, air-conditioned. In- fair return plus a mortization of mortgages and
$65.Call Mr,Johnson 635-3904 757-5724. Middle-age woma n to work in terior beautifully decorated. tax.shelter depreciation.
---- day care center. 4770 NW 7th Hot lunches and snack. Mrs.
{ Bar for sale. Paid $399 ,selling 2452. NW 87th Street. CBS 2 Avenue. Call 754-2985. Ametta Evans,. director. Registration -
J for$225 private.Call 696-9387 bedroom, tileroof,oak floors, call 691-5993 757- DANIEL LEVINE, Realtor
nice. Asking $14,000downpay- Middle-age female; office 7245.Open house Sunday, Aug.
RUMMAGE SALEm ment $1,000 Hurry! Hurry! work. Will train. Answer tele 30. Hours 3-6 p.m. 1674 Meridian Avenue, M.B. Phone 531-5316
Saturday 23,9-4 Hurry! Aetna Realty (Broker), phone. Light cleaning; part-
Robertson Memorial Church; 811 NW 54th St. Phone 757- time 12-5 p.m. Monday-Fri- DORA'S KIDDIE COLLEGE
361-NB,33rd-Street. 5724. day. Steady. References. Inquire 2950 NW 160th St.
Muscular-Distrophy Society opa-lock"l
is now open for
New home FHAIII!!! 2280 NW 94th Street. Deluxe 131 NW 29th Street.FR9- Call621-738I.Mrs. I VALU PACKThat's
Eddie. Mae ,
3 bedrooms 2 baths CBS 2 bedroom, Fla. room, garage 3941. Rhodes, manager.txtxtt what you will say when you see this
Lovely home,lovely area, Cus- three air-conditioners,
tom built, a family home with oil furnace, stoverefrigerator, N :::: : :: ::fmx&xffxm&fwJackson's:: : : : : :; ::;::;:;'iIS-; : : : :::: : ;$ :i''Y::::: :::; 3 bedroom 2 bath, split level home. It's exterior

many, many fine features. In washing machine, FHA value N >>ti; and interior appointments speak of com-
work now,ready approximatelySept. $20,500. !ISo 11 e r will pay all jj1 Toddle I Inn
15th.Don't miss this tre- closing costs.Do you want the fort, ease and dignity. Many extras, such as
mendous value. Price at only best? See today, Aetna Realty I 11 dining room, Florida room, din and two car
$18,500 FHA (Vets only $500 (Broker,811NW 54th St. Phone NURSERY KINDERGARTEN & garage. Naturally shown by appointmenton

\\t.oo down) plus closing charge 757-5724. |;; PRIMARY GRADES ./ $10,000 cash required.
down) small --
plus closing charge
Others slightly higher. Ride by 7612 NW 4th Avenue. :2 houses Registration Begins ''August | Call
I I 510NW44thSU then call Fens- FHA value $16,000, downpayment nl McKENDRICK, Associate
I Realty, Broker, 759-8779. $600. No closing costs. |: Daily 10 a.m. to 7; p.m. BERNSTEIN AND LEWIS Inc. Realtors
20 year mortgage. Live in one ,

Attention!t llTo all people rent the other. Aetna Realty :I; WE SPECIALIZE, IN CONSCIENTIOUS ; 887-9568
(Broker),811 NW 54th St. Phone
who wish into businessfor
to go 757-5724. ;:;: TRAINING OF YOUNG CHILDREN THE ::
themselves. Here
opportunity row your 1 i,; RIGHT START IS THE BEST START. EDUCATION f

"A potential gold mi ne" NOT EXPERIMENTATION r .-----
A lunchenette food and soda FOR RENT \
fountain; across from a large NW 48 to rr. .b
Retail and professional space
and the wellpopulatedhlgh Liberty City area.schoolin Own- available. R & W Mini Center. 5.3088: .!
nerretiringfrom business. Will Beautiful new and modern building 634-4308 \:!

turn over a well developed and airconditionedmall.Tobebuilt, all facilities, centrally I
growing business that will'lnclude -
soon ,at 1300 NW 54th Street.
equipment and a good ,; ,., q a
Only five left
spaces Hurry
lease. Price for quick sale;
right before school starts --
at$7,500.Good HARVY'S STORE
One bedroom
terms.Call us for cottage; convenient -
all information.Fenster Realty location.2161 NW 58th St.

Broker- 7 59-8779. Call 6917804. 300 Palm Avenue

FHA Terms Call 688-6671 Clean furnished room with all
2167NW 61st Street. 2 bedroom modem facilities. Including (Hialeah )
$900down.Total 12000.2501 cooking.Men only please!Call
NW 79th Ter. CBS Duplex$800 754-1452.
down. &89.00 month all.
Long established. New Liberty FABRICS IN FLORIDA Good things come
Lovely CBS largehuge rooms, City Bar & Grill, 21135 NW 37
3 bedrooms; 2 baths, Florida Ave, Opa-locka. No other bar Open Monday thru Sat. 9 a.m. to 6 p.m. in small packages.Look
room the size 9f 2 Florida rooms & grill in the vicinity. For Fri. 9 a.m. to 9 p.m. .
Double utility rooms. Eat in lease direct by owner. Phone
kitchen. Pantry. Must see to 625-4330, Mr. Jones. into a Volkswagen and you'll

appreciate. House on double find adjustable front bucket seats, a
lots.Fenced inback yard.Soldas One bedroom furnished. Free SpeciasPRINTED / transmission
is! 80x120.Call for appointment utilities. Prefer couple. 2793ft four-speed synchromesh ,
.... 635-5829. NW 43rd Ter. Phone 691-1189 four-wheel independent torsion-bar

WE BUY HOMES! Bertha Woods. suspension,and an air-cooled engine

All cash; fast action! No clos- An efficient that gets about 27miles a gallon,
apartment. Very
ingcos ,move when readycall6886C71AnchellRealty airy. Located at 739 *2 77th COTTONS fru3YJ. $1, Our package price: $XXXX.
'Jnc Terrace.
Realtors.. "


Flat .work,feeders,folders. Good Excellent
r- wages.
,company benefits. Paid vacation. POPLIN RI.SUO Yd. $/ J 9Yd. NIMEHM SPUMESmoTonsint.

Must be 18 or over. Apply between 10 a.m. & .

5 p.m. No phone calls please. National Linen 950 HIALEAH DRIVE'HIALEAH ,....US-4M1

Service, 1950 NW 1st Ave. Ask for Mr. WE CARRY A LARGE SELECTION OF

I Findley. USED CARS


Loaders pullers
extractor operators. Good

wages. Production bonus. Excellent company Drapery MaterialReg.

benefits. Paid vacation. Permanent fob. Must 2.00 Per Yd. Now 1.25 yd. We have 10 salesmen and em doyees personal

be 18 or over Apply in mornings. No phone Reg. 1.29 yard demos now being offered for sale, all these
per now 35f yd.
j calls please. Ask for Mr. Findley, National (LIMITED ASSORTMENT)per cars have options and accessories and in full

Linen Service, 1950 NW 1st Avenue. factory warranlty,

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THE MIAMI TIMES. Friday, August 22. 1969 31

I Local Summer Trainees Employed. At Oceanoaraom'c. laboratoriesMiami 1

was selected earlier gifted butec on om \\callyU- plan for several weeksfourat singned to clerical work at John Stewart, 5300 NW 33
the President'sNational
mited ton.Dr.
this year Council by oa urine during high-school the students TABL (Tropical Atlantic Stewart listed ESSA's TABL. Ave., aged 18. A 12th graderat
and Engineering summer. The two Biological Laboratory) of In- three Dade County students as: William Stafford, 4641 NW Miami Jackson High, John
Resources participating agencies in Mi- terior's Bureau of Commer- 24 16. William Is is
the test Theotis Chappel, 21725 SW Ct., aged a assigned to maintenance at
as city ami are the
Development law proio:t in which Fe- Interior U.S.and Departmentsof cial Fisheries;and three at the 109th ct., aged 17. Theo is.in junior at Jackson High and Is TABL and hopes to study
for a oceanographic lab- Commerce. Atlantic Oceanographic and the 11th grade at Mays Jr.-Sr. on the maintenance staff at oceanography in school.
deral young Miamians have Meteorological Laboratoriesof High; he assists ESSA scien- tabl.
and instruct
oratories employ been working under
the novel ESSA ( EnvironmentalScience tists in the analysis of samplesand
Services Administration cores from ocean basins.
), Commerce Department Colin B. Harris, 3210NW83St. CARLTON REALTY
The project was conceived by ., aged 17.A senior at Miami ,
"The Committee on Locatingand Central High, Colin Is engagedin BROKERS
Identifying Needs and Opportunities the recording and assemb- 3074 NW 79TH ST
for Youth in Ma- ling of data on physical IF NO ANSWER
rine Science and Technology"to oceanography at FSSA. 693-4772 759-6500

provide the selected stu- All seven young people say
dents with an opportunity to they hope their present train- FHA-CBS Lovely 2 Bdrm, 1 Bath, Liv Rm,
develop and use their talentsin ing will lead to careers in Din Rm, Kitch, Fla Screened Prch, with shut-

lated employment to marine: situations science. re- marine. science TABL and and ESSA oceanography have- ters, Carport, Tile I Rf, $16,500, $1,500 Dn,

In a Joint announcement of tried to match each student toa $135 ,o pays all.
the summer appointments, program comGtiblewlthhts

TABL Director Dr. Carl J. particular interests and needs FHA-CBS 3 Bdrms, 1 IYz Baths, Liv Rm, Din
Sinderman and ESSA lab Di- and have asked that the in-
rector Dr. Harris B. Stewart, structor-supervisor bend Rm, Kitch, Screened Porches, Patio & Pool,

Jr., said that a major part of every effort to bolster and T e rr Firs, $22,500, $2,100 Dn, $176.71 MO ..c:
Social Security Personality the cost for the support of the encourage the interest of the pays all.BEAUTIFUL.
students is borne by the par- fledgling scientist. Drs. Sin-
Of The Week ticipating agencies, with dermann and Stewart said that WATERFRONTCBSTile Rf,
matching funds contributed!by so far the student's enthu-
he first Terr & Hrdwd Firs, 2-Car Gar, 4 Bdrms, 3
Shirley Jones got and meeting people at the reception the National Science Founda- siasm is high and that the experiment -
real job at the Model City So- desk. She'd love to tion and the Dade County is working very wellin Baths Built-in Kitch, $32,500, $8,000Dn,
cial Security office throughthe work in a government office. School System. The choice of each laboratory. In Augustat $189.68 MO.BUSINESS.
South Florida Neighborhood Shirley has come to realize students by the Dade School the end of the employment
Youth Corps and is paid that Social Security is defi- System was on the basis of period, the students and their CORNEROFFICESMEDICALCENTER
through the Equal Opportunity nitely for young people too. a latent talent for, and an interest mentors will write reports Flexible property, Choice loca-
program for actual hours She advises that, all young in,the marine sciences. describing their experienceand tion, Parking Area, $35,000, $10, CW Dn.
worked. people who work get informed Dr. Sindermau identified the personal evaluation of $200 Mo. Seller will carry first mrtg.
Shirley is sixteen and was about what social security can four youths working at TABLas work accomplished. If the
born in Miami but spends sum- do for them and to realize their : program is successful, it will
and all
Closed Sat. 3 day Sunday
mers in Chipley, Fla. visiting obligations for the program. Stephanie Bullard, 10160SW be expanded next year to include p.m.
her grandparents. Lives with 170 Terr., Perrine, aged 16. 20 Miami students and

mother and father Henriettaand Stephanie Is In the 12th gradeat ...... ........... ..... .....................
FOR SALE 8 more cities. ::::;::::::;:::::;::::;;:::::::&:A:;:::;:::;:;:;:;:;;::;:;;::;;;:::;;.:;:;:.;;;;;;;<<:;::;::;::::;
Percy Jones, sisters, Belinda Palmetto High. She workedas TABL has also hired four SS
Marie and Roberta,also HOME AND INCOME a technician in the TABL other Miami youngsters to *
one brother Thomas. 35 NW 4lt Street chemical laboratory for two work this summer under the 1\1\ Buy A House Today !

Shirley has worked beforeas Front house, 2 bedroom, weeks, Is now sorting plankton Federal Summer Employment r
a baby sitter and knows that CBS. Rear house, 2 bedroom (miscroscopic sea life). Program sponsored each yearin ;;: Income properties live rent free I i
this work must be reportedfor frame $85 mo. income Leroy Dublin, Jr., 1752 NW the nation's 50 largest ::1 4023 NW 20th Court 2 Houses on 1 lot -:'
social security if and when 80 St., aged 17. Leroy is a cities. The four are: :;: 4502 NW 23rd Avenue 2 Houses on 1 lot
the baby sitter earns a totalof NO QUALIFYING recent graduate of North- Patricia and Marilyn :::: 6814 NW 6th Avenue 2 Houses on 1 lot II
$50 from one employer dur- $1,000 Down $85 Month western High and plans to Koonce, 3051 NW 184St.aged 111 3054 NW 55th Street Block House CBS
ing a calendar quarter. 1817 NW 93rd Terrace major in zoology at Miami- 16 and 17. The sisters are
Miami Edison Senior Highis Nice 2 bedroom, partly furn. Dade Jr. College. His job at in the 12th grade at Miami, i
the school where Shirley Owner will hold mortgage. TABL is the sorting of plank- .Carol City High I and are as- :; 4023 NW 20th Ct. 2 houses on 1 lot #j ,ri'

will return as a Junior this fall. Hurry this will sell fast. ,,. 1' 4502 NW 23rd Ave. 2 houses 1 lot r
Her favorite past time is :::: 6814 NW 6th Avenue 2 houses on 1 lot ::
dancing and socializing with $500 DOWN FHA REALTYIIOIER : 3054 NW 55th St. Block house CBS i'
many friends. When she fin- 1062 NW 39th Street } 559-561 NW 58th St 3 houses on 1 lot r,
ishes school she wants to bea Nice 2 bedroom CBS. Partl y
secretary.Not furnished. Nice porch. r 2125 NW 58th St. CBS duplex FHA terms I

only do her fellow work Hurry this will sell fast. \J !:a 4112 NW 11th Ct. Small House !:

ers at the social security office :,;f $4, mo total price f|
like her but Shirley likes ALLAPATTAH REALTY OPEN 7 DAYSNEW .r f Good Down Payments & Terms :g:
them and the work she is do- Realtors
ing. She especially likes filing
Call 151-3659 OR 226-1481 KITES jj|
Models at 4762 & 4772 NW 168th Terrace. The Barce
lona. 3 bedrooms, 1 bath, and family room, FHA price ::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::;:::::::::::::::::::: ::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::i:

$21,000, $1,200 down, $146.82 month plus escrow.
The SKillS BANK The Elegant 3 bedrooms, 2 baths, and family room,
.r FHA price $23,600, $1,700 down, $162.39 month plus King Realty Inc. of MiamiKing
escrow. These beautiful homes have everything. No
WANTS YOU! closing costs. Phone at property6243439. DADE Sin COUNTY Buy."REALTORS 8000 Ave NW 7th>


*TRAFFIC PROGRAM CLERK Spotless 2 bedroom CBS on large fenced lot. Carport, CAIIss
*ENGINEER porch,jolouile and awning windows,FHA price $12,500,
$400 down and $94.43 month. Near expressway 2as 1


II Beautiful 4 bedroom 2 bath, CBS on fenced double site
lot. furnished, built-in kitchen, central
'If you had torn court of study or job corner
experience that qualifies you a* a good heat, sprinkler! system, Japanese garden, fencedinchildren's
-trainealExperience! Required. playground. Must see at $21,500 FHA.
$1,300 down, $149.78 month plus escrow. Must see I
Contact: SYLVIA ftOLLE South Florida Broadcast Sklllt Bank side.
2 bedroom each FHA
316 N. Miami Ave. Miami, Fla. 33128 Ph. 377-8241
2 bedroom CBS home in' front and 1 bedroom house '
rear. Near NW 54th St. and 13th Ave. Enclosed front 21 NW 68TH TERRACE

porch, tile ;roof, jalousie' windows FHA price $19,000, Lovely 3 bedroom, 2 bath, in beautiful area,
Do have mortgage $900 down, $134.21 month. Near everything)
you a central heat. All mica kitchen, all utilities.

on your house? WE HAVE MANY MORE HOMES $22,000.
DOWN IF YOU ARE A VeT OR BEING DISPLACED Lovely 2 bedroom, 2 enclosed porches. FHA
Then your family should be pro- AND IF YOU CAN QUALIFYii1k'1
tected against the possibility of your $15,200 Vets only $200 down.
not being around to complete the
payments. We can provide that ATTENTION BUILDERS
family security with our Mortgage 5526 NW 4th Avenue '
Cancellation Plan. If something
# ; REALTYBROKER lot including frame house. Lot value
should happen to you it guarantees New
the cash to pay your mortgage only. $8,000 total.
in full. Or our plan can be used to I
establish a permanent addition to y 1161 NW 58TH STREET
your life insurance when the mortgage .
is paid off. For all the details, TWO OFFICES, Frame house plus two lots. Only $12,000 for

624-3666 8030 NW 10TH AVENUE
Edward E.K. Longsworth 2 houses. Good income. Total only $12,500.
Neil R. Corey General Agency Joh& 4932 NW 7th A ve.-'L 9-4371
201 S. W. 27th Avenue
Miami, Florida 33135 Life Insurance Open Evenings Sunday s Closed Saturday
Telephone: 642-7211

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