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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 29, 1969
Frequency: weekly
regular
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Subjects / Keywords: African Americans -- Newspapers -- Florida   ( lcsh )
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Spatial Coverage: United States -- Florida -- Dade -- Miami
Coordinates: 25.787676 x -80.224145 ( Place of Publication )
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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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NO LONGERAn 2 Drown As Car


( Editorial)

On July 6, 1969 Federal Civil Rights officials charged Goes Into CanalTwo.
that the Dade school system had preserved racial segre-
jttten rather than eliminated it and called for changes in
the system's approach Miamians, a 42yearold terson, 42, of 2352 NW 51st
The main criticisms in the federal report were: ((1) man and a 12-year-old St., was driving north on U.S.
Dade's attendance and zoning practices don't force desegregation drowned Tuesday morning 27 "at a high rate of speed
but often thwart it. ((2) That Dades faculties when the man's car spun out when his left rear tire blew
art assigned on a racial basis, with few blacks in administrative of control and plunged into the
and supervisory TEMPORA MUTANTUR NOS MUTAMUR New River Canal alongside out.The
positions ((3) The Dade system ET IN ILLB car plunged off the high-
---- U.S. Highway 27 near South
maintained separate but
unequal schools in some instances Vol. 47, No. 1 PRICE: 15* way, landing in the canal.Pat-
And((4)) Dade has a bus system that remains segregated -
terson crawled out of the
Bay.The car
and doesn't level itself to black students getting MIAMI, FLORIDA, FRIDAY, AUGUST 29, 1969 Florida Highway Pa- and tried to get to the canal
to white schools.
trol reported that Willie PatLOUISIANA bank but couldn't swim and
The Black community remained silent drowned, police said.
because we knew that everything in the report ....

was true. The girl, Lee Ann Linear,
On July 31, 1969 the school board filed with the federal of 2966 NW 62nd St., managedto
government an interim desegregation plan requiring : scramble to the roof of the
the shift of an estimated 3,000 to 4,000 students and partially submerged car, but
at least 200 teachers to new schools this September. as it sank deeper, she too,
Included in the plan was the phasing out of all black drowned.
Mays Junior-Senior High school, a massive realignmentof
secondary school boundary lines In the South Dade and Her mother, Mrs. Thelma
Carol City areas and the elimination of 67 optional attendance Linear, 48, ,also a passenger ,
areas all over the county. in the car, struggled to shore, I
The Black community felt for the first She was not injured.Teenage .
time the school board was really trying.Even I I
bigots can act liberal when 30 million dollars
are at stake. So we remained silent. r '
.
When the Interim report was made public,sophisticatedwhite .y -4C Girl
racism came forth In the.form of rallies and parades L Lti
.
Even though the whites who protested Killed By'Friend'
never mentioned race, we knew they were
talking about our children. We still remained C
silent because we knew for the first time
a our history in this country laws pertaining ;
,
to our welfare were being enforced.We ; ; A 14-year-old Miami girl
"
believed that compliance was inevitable. was.killed early Saturday when
On August 22, the black community learned that a group her 15-year-old girl friend
of South Miami Heights residents had filed a suit in circuit shot her with a. .22 caliber
court August 21, to prevent any students from attending revolver.
formerly all black Mays this year.Eight residents r Patricia World of 1429 NW
calling themselves "Citizens for Quality Education' 51st Terr was shot once in
. charged that Mays was vastly inferior to other schools in ( 4MV the forehead according to
Sooth Dad and urged that all 1,600 children slated to $ Miami Police Sgt. Russell
enroll there be assigned to other schools on a nondiscriminatory Leasburg.The .
basis. S mother of the 15-year-

The Black community remained silent : \ old told police that the two J
_ because we knewvfchat Mays wasn't inferior: girls often played wilt U! rUn
M when ft was all black. Thereforefoe''only which was believed tobe emp
thing Oat could make it inferior would be f' ;, ty. The mother- .said it was
white racism her gun.'

OB August 28, the case was heard in Circuit Court by Sgt. Leasburg said that in ,
Jidgt David Popper He ruled that the school board had Inquest into the shooting will
violated the Sunshine Law in preparing Its interim report be held.
tad therefore any decisions made were not binding.
This moans that unless a stay of Judge Popper's motion .j q; Poisoning Hits
to granted by atxt Tuesday, Mays will reopen with last
years segregated student body. Three SistersA
With this confusing decision the Black
ecmnuairy could remain silent no longer one-year-oldgirlis in sa-
Under the nr&ee of everything said by the Citizens tisfactory'condition Sunday at
Qealtty Q Education and otters involved in the case was the Jackson Memorial Hospital
fret that the idea of white children going to school with after she and two sisters were
black children to a school located in a white community treated for parathion pot-
will be tolerated! since ills the law However, the pos- soning.
sftflly of white ehfldrenandblackchlldren going to school Doris Moncrief was takento
teft&er to a school located in a black community will BEAUTY'' QUEENS VISIT the hospital after becom-
Mt be toterat d--damn the law ing ill in her home at .1539
Rim this attitude wt will now move to scuttle the six These three beauty queens from Louisiana were visitors in Miami l last NW 54th St. late Saturday.Two .

pate Interim report In its totality. We never,even in our week enjoying an expense paid I vacation for winning beauty contests Sponsored Brenda sisters two of and the Sabrina victim,
otMBts silence., accepted the time schedule. ThereIn the News Leader ,
by weekly newspaper. They are Brenda Lee,,Jackson three, also received medical
wt will mote to have Dade compliance in 15 days of Baton Rou Patricia Daphane Collins of Alexandria and Mable Lee Smithof attention, although they
as effaced to IS years Lake Charles. -- House of Photography photo.Progre.ssive showed no signs of illness
fUt cannot be done silently.

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Baptist National'



Convention Meets Here


Women's A u x i l i a r y. Char- Convention Hall. "The Convention Florida.
tered planes, commercial Banquet," with Dr. Dr. Searcy and Mrs. MamieL. .
flights, trains, busses, and Benjamin Mays 'as main Bruce, president of the
automobiles will bring delegates speaker, will be held on Wed-. Women's Auxiliary, invite (the ,
from almost fifty statesof nesday evening at 5:30, at the .general public to all and any
the union to Miami Beach. Barcelona Hotel. "The Pre- of these meetings."We .

Dr, E.R. Searcy, president of sident's Annual Address" is are all prepared for a
the Convention, is himself a ,scheduled for Thursday even- great convention on Miami t
former Floridian, having pas- ing, 8:30, at the Miami Beach Beach. Everyone has been so
tored the Tabernacle Baptist Convention Hall. "The Foreign very co-operative In tryingto "I
Church in West Palm Beach. Mission Rally" will be make everything convenientfor
D*. E. R. SEARCT Dr. Searcy promised the con- held at the Mount Zion Baptist our visitors in September Cartoonist With A FutureThe

CoBvesUcn president vention last year at Washington Church, 301 NW NinthSt. said Rev. Edward T. studious young man at work on his drawing board Al
The Progressive National D.C., that Miami and ., Miami, on Sunday'Sept. Graham today, host minister Lampkins Jr., the budding young cartoonist for The Miami
Btftl Contention will bold Miami Beach would provide 7th, at 4:00 in the afternoon. for the convention. Times. Allen started with us only six weeks ago, but his draw-
Ks eleW&aaoial. session in the finest facilities for convention A special feature of the convention ings have been getting high praises from our readers. WeI I
Mbai Beach. Florida, Sept. purposes In the entire is a sermon by Dr. Summer Arts think the kid has a great future ahead In his field of cartoon
1-,. The them of the conftaUoB country, hence, the decisionto J.C. Sams, president of the art. ,
to: "Church to come. National Baptist Conventionof FestivalBayfront Al graduated from Miami Northwestern in June where he
taaRevoUtioniryAge"Htadqaarters The convention promises America. The Rev. Mr. was cartoonist on the school paper, and enrolled this week in '
for the parent the following highlights: "The Sams is a special" guest of an art course at MIami Dade Junior College.his spare time
ferif will beat the Barcelona pre-conventlon Musicale" on this convention. He Is the Park he works on a cartoon comic strip character"Bernleu which .
gdil. TfceDOJdo Hotel willserve Tuesday evening September2, minister of the Second BajH he is developing for possible national syndication. !
ss fceaoqoartors for the 8 o'clock, at the Miami Beach tint Church of Jacksonville Aug. 29-31 He lives with his mother at 1385 NW 70th Street.i rSILENT



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i. I Summer Arts Festival I tlI tlI.f "ILJ f; i iuI', ___



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The Economic Opportunity mer," said Marie S. Carl, Carl emphasized. Localadult I
Program, Inc. of Dade Countythe EOPFs ExecutiveDirector. artists, with work on display &L ?f A
Greater Miami Coalition, "We expect 300-400 childrento will give children a "contact
and other city and county, participate, and audience with success models."
agencies will presentSummerArts of 10,000 each day." "We think the program
Festival August 30 Two entertainment extrava- ought to be continued next
through September 1 in the ganzas, beginning at 4 and year," said Miss Maxine
Miami Bayfront park, Band- 7:30 p.m. daily, will highlightthe Bethel, director for the Arts
shell and Auditorium. Festival. Choral groups Festival.
The City of Miami, Dade and music workshops are
County Model Cities, and the slated for mornings, with Rev. Leon H.
Dade County Board of Public church choral groups singingon
instruction are also cooperating Sunday. Sullivan// On TV

on the Festival, the first Both Miss Bahamas and WTVJ's' News Weekend pro-
of its kind in Dade County. Miss Jamaica will appear in gram on channel 4 will air a
Talented youngsters from fashion shows. A wide varietyof taped interview with Rev.LeonH
target poverty areas plus big original art work by local Sullivan on Labor Day
name acts from Nassau, youngsters will be displayedin weekend, during the time seg-
Puerto Rico, Jamaica, and galleries throughout the ments given below. Larry
Trinidad are scheduled to appear park and dramatic readingswill King is the interviewer.
from 10 a.m. until 11:30 be included in Sunday's Saturday, August 30th, 6 PROJECT "Hmt lcANE CAMILLE" RAISES TONS OF CLOTHING
p.m. each day. morning's program. p.m. to 6:30 p.m., 11 p.m.
"The Festival Is a conclu- The Festival will enlighten to 11:30 p.m. and Sunday,Aug. Among Ml ami an s quick to respond to the plight of Hurricane Camille's! :

\ sion to all activities sponsored the public about cultural 31st at 6:30 p.m. to 7 p.m., many victims, employees of Southern Bell donated literally tons of clothingand

: for Miami youth this sum- talent in poverty areas, 11 p.m. to 11:30 p.m. other useful items to the cause. Shown sorting and labeling garments by

size and sex are two downtown operators, Josee Morin (left) and Sylvia Wil \

I liams. Coordinated by I local I Telephone Pioneers of America officials, the
Florida Memorial College
Opens. SundayFlorida clothing drive extended to all Southern Bell offices and work centers through.

Memorial College 31, and the returning studentsare college is looking forward to out the area. Every department volunteered workers who stayed long into the
' is looking forward to another expected to report Sept school this week the for
having a good year. night to ready gifts shipment on the weekend.
grand opening August 31.They 7. President R. W. Puryear
a are expecting an all time high will greet the freshmen and I
,; in enrollment.Both women and new students at the beginning 2 Assistant Principals Named 3 Rob North Dade Food Fair
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men will be housed on the cam- of their orientation period in Two new appointments to supervision from Florida A Three Men, armed with forced the cashier,Linda Dun-
, pus. Two dormitories will the teaching auditorium Tues administrative posts have & M. He began his career in sawed-off shotguns Saturday can, 17, to lie on the floor
i be opened to women and the day, Sept. 7, at 10'a.m.He will been approved by the Dade Dade County in 1958. held up a Poor Fair 'super while they scooped up money
habitats units will be occupiedby meet the faculty in the after County School Board. Donald Hollis has been appointed market at 4850 NW 183rd St. from the office and a safe.
the men. noon. Filling the key positions as to the position of assistant and escaped with an undetermined
assistant principals will be the As the men fled, Mrs.Agnes
The new student center will principal-administra amount of cash.
. All new students are expected be opened to the students for following: tim at Richmond Heights Metro police said the three Todd, 51 grabbed one of the
i to report to the campusAug. service this school term. The Philip H. Cooper, who wasa Junior High, replacing Clarence men entered the store about gunmen and attempted to bold
visiting teacher in the South Cryer, who is on leaveof 10:45 a.m. One vaulted a him, Metro police said. She
Central District has been absence. was knocked to the floor, and
: Hollisreceivedhis glass-enclosed office and
:f Joyce Sets Olympic Record named assistant principal- bachelor's degree from Ala opened the door admitting a the three men fled in an auto-

administration of Brownsville bama A. & M.andhls master's second man. The third man mobile.

F, SAN DIEGO-Joyce Tinker Junior High. Cooper received from Indiana University in held two cashiers and some Police found the rented car
of Miami set one meet record both bachelor's and mas- 1958. He leaves his Job as librarian shoppers at bay with a shot- abandoned about three blocks
k i and tied a second last Wednesday ter's degrees in Education at Mays Junior Highto gun. from the store, but the three

'f night during the track from earned Columbia an additional University master'sin and fill his new position. The two men in the office suspects had fled. J' :,I
and field phase of the National
school administration and
1; junior Olympics. FOR THE FINEST HOUSING ACCOMMODATIONSAT
f, Joyce captured the 100-yard
?,, dash In 10.8 to clip a tenth of a 1 Teenager HeldA MODERATE RATES CALLL.L.BROOKS
< a second from the girls' 16-17
,' Carol City youth arrested -
age group mark. The Coral
\ Gables High student tied the by Metro police Sunday and
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charged with two counts of BONDED
220 mark of 24.7 inaprellminary
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and two counts of break-
but pulled a muscle while h a rape
leading In the final of the event. y .t'rtl Ing and entering.
Rolle 4 t' ; Michael Ward, 17 of 4120 RENTAL
Billy Joyce's coach,
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said that she should be a top ; NW 186th St., was chargedwith
flight sprinter by the 1970 "tt: ..i j !I.'.. ., "' ..ill' I assaulting two women in i, '. i iq
:p track season. He would like to two Carol City homes early A
t thank individual members of the United Black Federation Sunday morning, according to C
Metro detectives. Police said
for financial assistance in
H he broke into the homes while
helping'Joyce get to the regional
Police Seek 1
armed with a knife.
meet in Jacksonville on
One of the women Ward is
July 19, In order to win the all
I expense paid trip to San Diego, accused of assaulting said she .J.
Pair
him student
Rapist California. recognized as a
she had taught in
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(, A 33-year-old North Miami .. 1.-.P.*;.::: ::;::'.:::.;:'.::::::;:::::::::;;:;::school.mw&: ;
t\ woman was raped early Sat- HEY!i' | THE LARGEST PRIVATE HOUSING RENTAL AND

urday by two men who broke'- I'M JOHNNY WARE | MANAGEMENT AGENCY IN THE SOUTH, OPERATINGIN
: into her home.
:tr Metro police report that the Remember me? I lull the ::: DADE AND BROWARD COUNTIES
I\\i., r two men entered the house cleanest used cars in |:|
about 1:45 a.m. Saturday, and town. ;|:; Community Recreation Center for teenagers and adultsA

,".. held the victim's mother at Reasonable prices .': Public Relations Department to assist you with your problems
gunpoint. They then awakened Bank Financing, :-,: Tenants concern will stop vandalism and reduce the cost of housing
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the victim, in another bed '
room, robbed her, and assaulted Y $4 Stop By or Call, Me 1:;

her. MERT GALLOWAY CARS:?f! RENTS ARE DUE IN ADVANCEWE
The young black males VI 2757 NW 36th St. $
estimated in their early 20's( 6 33.4U8t J SUGGEST THAT YOU PAY AT OFFICE, IN PERSON OR BY MAIL
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then ransacked the house, and
awaited the return of the vic- Good creditor no credit,I we can get you financed MAIN OFFICE

tim's father from work.
When he arrived home at Sewing
about 6 a.m. they robbed him DON'T MISS THE 4150 NW '7th Avenue 759-8733

of about $40 and fled in his Machine

car. MidSummerDinner, 14255 NW 22nd Avenue, Opa-locka MU 8-0617 .

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suffer relieve GEORGE P. HARTH, General Monaqer
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ORA-JEL. Many dentists recommend 300 Bis. Blvd. Way
professional using ORA-JEL' treatment until you get"......., Donation $6.00 It If I am to enjoy| a better life, others must live better too. L. L. CrooktI

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Th. NEGRO PRESS believes that America can best lead
the world from racial and national antagonism when It accords
i to every man regardless of his race, creed or color his human
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,are hurt as long as anyone Is held back. ,


Black Mafia in the GhettoA


veteran New York City policeman brought out into the '
open a fact that has been known but talked of very little, a ":, ,I"
Black Mafia, Word is leaking out now because of a bloody un- : "t' .':'..'t,. ', \ kan.0 ..t..s "
derworld struggle in the East to see who will control the '" : ,
power ., )Z,:; t .", ... '
inner city ghettos where the money is big. ,

Blacks have always been in the underworld working for the AN AMERICAN DILEMMA
Mafia overlords in menial roles as couriers.Organized crime .
has taken the biggest part of its wealth from the ghettos. But
now the blacks are no longer satisfiedtobe the numbers run-
ners, they want to be the numbers bankers.They want to move
up to the middle management.And [LETTERS TO THE'EDITOR!

this is where the rub begins.The white underworld refuses To Be Equal I HDBHBflHfllHBH BBBflflDHHdHHBHB- HHHHBflBHP'9HHJHBMHHHHIH9eHsBBt '
to share its wealth with the black brothers. But the black HsisHBMHBiBsis
brothers of different ilk than in the past. They Insist -
today are a f'
by Whitney M. Young Jr. Cuban Truth In Liberty CityA
on controlling their neighborhoods and are willing to
fight the underworld for the right. Executive Director National Urban League few days ago while we participated in a civic-patriotic

..This position has not always been the best for the brothers.In reunion we heard a proposal which deserves the support of the

New York alone. 19 dead black bodies have been found, all Cuban exile community.
of them bound and with a bullet behind the ear. This methodof Sharing Federal Power There Dr. Adan Jlmeno, a well esteemed countrymanand a
member of the Latin American Affairs Commission of the
killing is typical,Mafia.
City of Miami proposed "the realization of a good relations
What the FBI and other law enforcement people fear is a
With The StatesThe campaign toward the black Americans community through a
coalition of the old blacks well versed in organized crime, wider diffusion of our truth by voices which would include
and the black militant groups who posess both daring and know Nixon Administration has offered a series of proposalsthat many Cuban Negroes who would acquaint their black brethren

how would drastically shift power, funds and a variety of im- with the falsehood of Communist promises"

portant programs from federal to state control. At the same reunion we obtained the support of a number of
Lets Keep CEP Like It Is The plan to share taxes with'state and local, governmentsis civic leaders beaded by Miami City Commissioner Mrs.Atba-
Just,the most publicized of the Administration's plans. lie Range, who offered her unqualified support to the initiativeof
There's a national move on that emanated in Washington to
Others include of welfare administration and
shifting aspects
erecting a statue of a architects of Cuban independenceJose
have the control of the Concentrated Employment Program
Job training.The Marti and Antonio Maceo at a centric park of "Liberty
turned over to the Florida State Employment Service. The
revenue sharing plan is the most dramatic. A percen- City".
threat is couched in what the Department of Labor calls "an
of federal income tax would be returned to the
tage money As members of the exile community we second this intiatlve
outline for re-negotiation of CEP contracts. states with no strings attached. They would be able to spend to meet the challenge posed by communistic designs which attempt

We like the CEP program where it Is now and was pleasedto the money anyway they pleased. A complex formula will determine to smear the arguments that support Cuban exiles in
learn that the EOPI board is protesting the proposal to reorganize how much each state gets, and the states would have their honest pilgrimage.Let .

the Job training program.The CEPprogramhas be- to share the money with the cities. us begin this campaign; let us get together and carry
come one of the best Job programs in the county. There is On the surface, the plan looks good. Demands for public the vibrant message of the truth about Cuba to the very heartof
little doubt in our minds that this program will not be seri services are outstripping local revenues and schools, hospi- Liberty City thereby Initiating a dialogue with the best intentioned -
ously impared if taken.over by FSES. With all due respect to tals, transportation systems,and' other vital areas are short of groups of the American black community.Jose .
the state employment program, we do not feel that they could funds Marti once said,speaking liberated country side
give the proper sympathetic understanding to black people But Just giving money to the states doesn't Inspire much faith of Cuba" that "at the grave in which we have buried the black
who have become frustrated by so much discrimination in among those of us who have seen local governments ignorethe and the white heroes together we proclaim that it is difficultto
employment.The needs of the poor in the past., One reason why the federal breath anywhere in the world a more vigorous and guiltless -
FSES is geared to the state merit system service requirements establishment has grown so large is because states have failed air whch, with reverent spirit surrounds black and
and is not totally prepared to deal with hard core in their responsibility to the people. whites in the road of the common merit which read leads themto
poor people. Then too, the past record of FSES is securing Federal power has been needed to try to correct local injustices love and peace."
upgraded employment,for'b 1 a c k people is nothing to shout such as discrimination and neglect of cities. Under
about. the Administration's plan, there is no assurance that the Demetrio Perez Jr. Libre'
Matancero
"El
shared revenues would be used without discrimination or that Director of

The move seems Just anotherone by the Nixon administration they would be used to Improve schools or urban life.
to take as much control of the poverty program away ,A Waste
The same monies could be used by the federal government, at the intersection -
from the people themselves. Aback and yelloe '68 Chevrolet,, sat burning
to accomplish these goals. If big-city schools need more of 62nd and 15th. A man scrambled out of the
money it seems roundabout way of doing things to give funds covered the
drivers seat, his hands covering the ,blood that
Stiff No Pools to states and then hope theY'll use the money to improve ghetto white skin of his face. A crowd of black people stood cheer-
schools. It's much simpler to grant funds directly to. school ing as the flames rose higher and the man fell to the ground
that' the Metro swimming pool in districts that need them.
This is the weekend blinded by his own'blood. The sounds of sirens barely. audi-
,Brownsville is supposed to open to the public. Since there would be no strings attached to the shared reve- ble above the noise of revolution.
It won't. nues, states could give the money to local school districtsthat
Liberty City was in flames and a white gold mine was
m'fact we never believed it would when Metro said so six still illegally practice segregation -- even 'when those burning. And the torch of black tenacity split the air toward
Weeks ago. The four new Metro pools were supposed to be districts are cut off from present federal grants because they anything flammable. And the blacks cheered loudly and the

ready by June 1. are breaking the law. cops were gone. But they left dead three people.
dates for the long delayed On the same day the President unveiled his plan to share
Metro has quit setting opening 62nd and 17th. The entire block covered with 400 yearsof
pools. That's a good idea. No use making a liar out of your: power with the states, the Civil Rights Commission releaseda anger. And one black stood in the center of the crowd and
report accusing state and local governments of discrimination yelled to ,the multitude, louder and louder the burn baby
self.Don't in employment. burn slogan. And the crowd obeyed andJoe's Market belched
'Miss' The Arts FestivalMiamians &o long as state and local governments remain insensitiveto smoke and the windows of the ".white investments -shattered
the legitimate needs of the poor and of black people thereis as the black babies cried.

are in for a real treat this weekend when the no Justification for replacing expanded federal programswith And $68,000 burned before cops returned and three peoplesaw
Economic Opportunity Program of Dade County and the Greater revenue sharing schemes.If the last sights they would ever see on this earth.
Miami Coalition pull off their summer arts festival at Bay-, federal power is to be shared with the local government, An d now 1969 and August is here. And Liberty City is
front Park Auditorium and Bandshell. ,the federal government must build into its proposals iron- still Liberty City and Joe's Market is rebuilt and businessIs

Talented youngsters from the target poverty areas, plus clad safeguards that will prevent discrimination.What better than ever. The man in the Chevy has stopped

invited representation from Jamaica and the Bahamas, and we need above all at this time in our history is a new bleeding and general motors has provided him with a 69
,specially selected groups will put on entertainment extrava- set of national priorities .. new goals to build the schools, Caprice and the white cops are back on the heads of blacks
ganzas for three full days. Something will be going on every housing and Jobs the nation needs, and a final end to povertyand except for the three who died for the sake of a waste.

:day from 10 a.m. to midnight. discrimination.Such William Johnson
priorities can only come from the national government. Mlami-Dade Jr. College_
Some of the headline acts on the program include the Drum- The moon landing didn't come about because that national

,Beat Revue from Nassau, the Jamaican Revue from Kingston, priority was split among the states and cities.The space program Federal prestige has suffered,the President said,"becausethe
the University of Miami ,Opera Theatre, the Blackshear was a success because it was a federal priority and got federal government promised so much and delivered so
Models, the Charles Austin Band and the Miami Northwestern the federal backing needed to make it succeed. little." If that is so, then the answer lies in promising a bit
Concert Band. Miss Jamaica and'Miss Bahamas will also be If, as we have,been told, federal revenues are not enough to less and in delivering a lot more, and not in abandoning important -
,there. Art shows, ,fashion shows, cooiong demonstrations, meet the great demands for government services, it seems national priorities in favor of state governments who
choral groups, theatre groups, and what have you. wasteful to distribute scarce resources without insuring that have yet,to demonstrate their capability in tackling the great
Come out and bring the family. You'll be glad you did. they'll be used to Implement national goals. domestic problems our time.




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THE MIAMI TIMES, Friday, August 29, 1969 5



I Black ProfilesOf r *



CourageBy


Lou LuTour Aj __


,

Hon. Shirley ChisholmGobal IIw


Portraits salutes one of the greatest women of today. I "
the Hon. Shirley Chisholm, Congresswoman. the IZthDlstrict ,
of New York who is truly heard on what we often call "Capital r
Hill." And, she often says of herself,"Ihave a way of'talking WY ( '
...... d I
iuai oes someU.% 'U people: .
One thing the people in Wash- ui Gh ,
ington and NewYorkare afraid I
of in Shir ley Chisholm Is her 9 v

mouth.. However, we would /0 aA9H_I : .I
say that those who are workingfor 1 yNHpE i I i r7
what is right for the peopleare '. \ ,r J
not afraid, because the I \. '
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Shirley Chisholm we know \ \ I
works and speaks out for that I J I /
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which is right for the people.. \\\\\.1.\, \
!:; / AA'E. COLOR HATRED
Congresswoman Shirley "'l. ._ .! '
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Chisholm's rise from Club- ........ .', I" .1' /
house worker to ... ., .
Representative .. .... AT 0"' \
in the United States Con- I .. \ '
gress has been meteoric.I .:.. : :.; CERM SPRAY .I /

Through community service, : .- I
civic tr ibut ion and outstanding ... LJI.M.
.-con ..... ;' ; .... I
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work as Brooklyn's HON SHIRLEY CHISHOLM ti.1t( W .V i
legislator in Albany, she has a. ...lh1..} ..
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'1''''<: 1.j, ,'
reached a position of indisputable national prominence. Her "'\ ,:, f: ,, 't1'. '' I.y"; ,#. 11. .rp:
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record of legislation guided to passage in New York is more '.J.,, ,r. 1" !! 'l.#:! i ':\.J' If""."j..
"' : '" '''tJ'af.!"I I"..t1 .
dur-ing ,.",,,, f" .' ." "4 r :
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her tenure in officeall directly responsive to the,interestsof / ; vi" .n."af'tr, } "')"."i" !" 'i tJ'r
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those citizens most in need of an understanding leader. .' 'f" "

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In her words, "I don't want to be known as a Negro Legis- '.W '

lator, I am an American Legislator.. I am the people's politician -
.' Although from birth she has been keenly aware of the
growing problems of the ghettos, she knows, and work, to alleviate t: :: : : ::: ::: :: : : ::::::::::::::::: : :: : :: : : : :: :
the problems of all sections of all cities, the problemsof ;
;
all Americans.She RANDOM THOUGHTSby S Gus Love, Miami's I.

was born in the Bedford-Stuyvesant section of Brook-

lyn, a ghetto as well-known as Harlem, and she brings to her GLORIA MILLER Greatest Tailor
country's legislative branch a background of tested leader- 1 W
ship experience, and she has always been at home on public :

platforms. She, as well as we, can be'proud that she is the i Was Pioneer Leader I{:
first Negro woman elected to Congress. Bravol! The SDSAgainThe
::: G. Robert Love of 3273 NW 48th Ter., died Aug.,8 at l'
After graduation from Girls High School in Brooklyn, she malcontents of this country are always criticizing with f : the Fountainhead Convalescent Home,after a long illness 1 :
went on to obtain a B.A. degree, cum laude, from Brooklyn out coming up'with anything contructive to take: the place of ::$ A native of Fortune Island, Long Cay, Bahamas, born II
College. She was later named that College's Alumna of the whatever they can't stand at the moment.So it is with the SDS : September 13, 1891,. he was the son of the late Norman : ;
year. She earned both an M.A. degree in Education and a diploma The Students for a Democratic Society. To simply preach :::1 and Katherine Lightbourne Love. He removed with his :f
in Administration and Supervision in the field of Ed- anarchy and say that a whole society is evil and therefore, r father and sister,Elma to Nassau where he attended Boy's 1:5
ucation at Columbia University.. do away with it, makes no sense. What shall take the place of :: Central School and was apprenticed to Michael M. Dui i c::
our evil society? The SDS? What guidelines of progress have vallier, tailor ;:;
Mrs. Chisholm distinguished participant in the Great they proposed that in any way could alleviate social and/eco ::::: Mr. Love came to Miami) ;1
Scholars Program of South Hampton College, was the subjectof nomic conditions that are. admittedly,in(treat need of change? ?:::: from Nassau in 1911. After '.
a New York Times Magazine Section Feature story in Aprilof without becoming ::::
The SDS cannot even run their own organization ::g::: several years in the employment -
this year. Her subject"The Revolution in Politics" is engaged in the age-old power struggle within their own jij;:: of Frank Black, f::.
presented as part of the College's probe of"The Cultural Revolution ranks. And, so far they have only produced a wild and unrea- P:: owner of Central Tailors
in the 20th Century." sonable clamor that sounds very much like unthinking geese
;ij:; on E. Flagler Street,he be-
in the fields. have announced a mighty plan for
clacking They ::-: came shop foreman. He
Not too long ago we presented toe Hon.Shirley Chisholm as this coming fall. They are going to camp in the parks of Chi xj:: bought the business in 1920 I
one of our Black Profiles of C 0 u rag e because of her many cago to protest the war and urge the recognition of the VietCong :|:: after the untimely death ofjjjiMr.
courageous deeds and acts which have surely brought about They will go unbathed and unkempt,as usual and cry Black and opened
some kind of change, believe it or not. So today we are most for what they think is the salvation of our society. This is? not :::: Love's Custom Tailor in the
pleased to give you a brief biographical sketch of this most to say that if one is unbathed or unkempt one cannot think. It ::::: 800 block on NW 3rd Ave; I
gracious, charming, courageous and dynamic Congresswomanas does suggest, however, that cleanliness does prevent a person |: He later moved to 842 NW
we welcome her into our Global Portraits Hall of Fame. from the distraction of toe accompanying itching and/or crawl- | 2nd Avenue where he remained -

ing that goes along with filth It could leave the mind in an aw- r active until 1965 and W' :f sr
ful state of unhappiness. an unhappiness that might be trig- kept open until May, 1968. ?a t.f
I PHIL OSSOFER I gered by such a simple problem of not being able to reach | For many years.he was associated E:
where an itch 1st] The SDS, in preaching about our evil society $ with the apprentice :;
a society which, by the way,allows them to preach has come :: division of Tuskegee's Tailoring program.He also taught
I do not believe in evolution less of how he appeared in up with an evil society of their own. The SDS would,considerme $: tailoring to Veterans under the G. L Bill for the Dade
In its broadest sense; his earlier,states, was always prejudiced and unintelligent, Pmsure.In fact,they are un- :;: County Board of Public Instruction's Adult Program. i
that man has evolved from the destined to become man. The willing to be flexible and realistic and prefer Instead to inject :::: As a young man, he was Involved in many community :
ape. I do not believe, either, image of God, which Is spiri- their credos onto the public and insist that the public em- : activities having organized a social group, the Bachelors
in the literal interpretation of tual and not material,' was brace whatever fare is put before them. I Insist on no such :j| and Benedicts, ,forerunner of the King of Clubs. He'alsor:
Genesis; that man was created always latent, within him.. thing. I do suggest,,however, that the American public take |f| served as the youngest Chancellor Commander of the n
within a twenty-four hour notice of what the SDS proposes they will come up with Knights of Pytoians. Some thirty years ago, he urged his ::
period (one day), out ,of the Evolution. as I accept of it anarchy and take notice of how they propose to get the re- ::: own tailors to organize a pants factory and develop their r
does not lower the dignity
dust of the earth. I do acknowledge sults of their anarchy to become the American way of life ::1: own small business. This type of enterprise was to become -
however, that had man nor reflect on God, his they will come up with chaos! 1:1::: a reality in South Carolina.. Today, the small business -
Creator. It does not alter
God so willed, it would have my The American people have allowed the malcontents to bur- ::| is being supported federally. Like his late grand- f'
acceptance of the Bible and its
happened that way. row about without any true acknowledgement of their existence g: fatter, Dr. Robert Love, first ,black member elected toP
wonderful teachings. except to shake their heads and clucka bit. They feel that such the Jamaican Assembly and his fatter, Norman Love, in j
What, then, do I believe? organizations usually ,fold or command only a minute per- .
What does lower the dignityof j| charge of Bahamian workers on the Panama Canal,he too,
I believe in evolution to the man Is the opinions of those centage of people who can do no harm except to themselves. '1 f was vitally interested in blacks becoming property owners I.
extent that the human ana- who claim to accept the' However, I don't agree with apathy,for that is what that afore- 3; using the ballot, encouraging education and becom-
tomy'was primordially different biblical teachings' on the mentioned attitude is, really. The SDS should be allowed dissent f lug financially independent. f
from its present form of and at toe and protest and to indulge in other form of peaceful f
dignity man, same any i Mr. Love, an Episcopalian, fought for the appointment
and that it was gradually time deny that dignity and respect protest. But, when they overstop their bounds and storm into ;;: of a black rector for St. Agnes P. E. Church when it became ,,f:$
transformed from one stageto to other fellowmen who buildings and ruin them, and cause bodily harm,to others, f. a parish. In 1949, he was a charter member of the
another until it attained. happen to be superficially there is when the SDS stops being peaceful. That is when we, f Mission Church of the Incarnation, was appointed by the #'
its present shape. It may ferent, such as in color, creed the American people, should begin to Insist on proper methodsto Bishop of South Florida to the vestry and served as first
possibly have been at one time and nationality differences. stop the SDS.. I treasurer.

similar to a fish and later an Good luck, Chicago. You're going to need it. ; He was predeceased by his daughter, Melba, an infant I
Invertebrate before reachingIts It Is indeed strange when i son his half-sister, Mrs. Rosten Scavella (Louise), and
present human form. In those who raise a howl over his sister, Mrs. Elma Rhodriguez. He Is survived by his
the beginning of a pregnancy, teachings that say man evolved r: wife, the former Dorothy Louise Sanford,a Godsister Mrs. I#
and for some time afterward, from the ape, try to classifya Attend The Summer Arts r Lenora Knowles Thompson, a niece Mrs. Melba Scavella fs
the baby-to-be would not be certain other ethnic group as Lee, Norwalk, Connecticut; two nephews Nicky Scavella,
recognized as a human being, being of that tree-climbing Festival Friday SaturdayAnd Long Island, and George Scavella, Brooklyn. Alsoalarge ::
and there are a number of family. The Joke is one them, I\ number of cousins, both In the States and the Islands;
changes before It assumes its for when a human being triesto f f i among them Stanley Robinson, local tailor and Mrs. f;
true form. make an ape out of another, Sunday f Frances Bain Adderly, Delray Beach.

I do not deny Genesis, butI he is only making a monkeyout f
believe 'that man, regard- of himself.' &&&y&: &> :=<<*=<< .


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6 THE MIAMI TIMES, Friday, August 29, 1969 Return
From
Beauticians
at home after surgery -
is recovering
Attorney Jesse McCrary
of Lebanon. ConventionMembers
in Cedars
It's a full house at the home of Mrs Marie Dean Coleman Boykins, of Unit Seven who Brooks.

here from Cincinatti Ohio Is Mr. nd Mrs. Emile attended the National Beauty Mrs. Muldrow began work

(Alitia Dean) and their three children. for two weeksto Culture Convention in Philadelphia ing on her doctorate degree.
to Nassau
BY Dianne Williams and mother jetted were: Mrs. Marion She was an honored guest at
CLARICE
LITTLES
Miami visit relatives and friends. Muldrow, Mrs. Bertha Peny, one of the gold tables at thepresident's
Times Society Editor five
spending
are
Mr. and Mrs. C. H. Reeves of Nassau, Winifred
banquet
Virgil Thomas, and her
Wilbert and Mary Jenkins and their children, Wilbert n, days in the city visiting with relatives and friends.Patricia and Brooks, Betty Garland, Rosa name is listed in who's who in
Wilnea and Wynette toured the state of North Carolina for Mrs. Anatol Rodgers and children, Emily, Shamin and Mr. D. A. Julis. the National Beauty Culture

their vacation. johnathan are also visiting from Nassau. and daughters Those receiving their B.S. League. The 1970 National
Julia Carr Drake and her nephew, Thaddeuas Moore spent Baltimore schoolmarm Estelle Pinkett degrees were: Mrs. Virgil Convention will convene in
delightful
after a
Pamela and Phyllis left for home Friday
; the summer in Hendersonville, N.C Thomas and Mrs. Winifred Texas.

Florida's to the 45 summer with her mother, Mrs. Alice Hudson of 1901 NW .................................................. .. ,.. .... .... ......... _
\1 representatives Supreme Convention of here joined by Mrs. ;.....;.;.;.....;..................!...!..!..!.!..!..!..!..!..!.........!.!.....!.! !!!!! !Jt..Y.! .h.
68th their were
:J Terr. During stay they
the Knights of Pythias numbered 22 at Birmingham last week. r
Among those present were Mamie J. Strong, G. W, C., Elbert Pinkett's brother, John Hudson and his daughter Dianne of r

Jones, Erith Seon, Attorney R. L. Williams, Marie McCleny, New York.. ;;;1 Hill'm! Harriette Stiles I
R Ruth Lincoln, Temple Morris, Tallahassee; R. A. Driesbach, Judge Donald W. Jones and wife Carole jetted to Nassau fora |;;: a social worker South
G. C., Alto Sennel, Port St. Joe; Nathan Brown, H. E. and relaxing weekend.
Vacationing from Daytona Beach before resuming fall schedule :$;:i: Dade. Wan n a be a
Clyde Foster, Panama City; Callie Lester, Flora Rondell,st. ....
Petersburg; Isamae Hunter, Orlando; G. Coleman, Riviera at Bethune-Cookman College is Edward "Rod" Rodriguez xi groovy queen, the stealer r
t Beach; Charlie Mae Hedgemen, Sarasota; Robert McGriff, presently at the Fountainbleau Hotel before checking into :|::: of ANY scene? Be a :::;

\ Jacksonville; Maggie Cash, Miami, Mr. and Mrs Gus Bryant the Sheraton Four Ambassadors. vi; model any day and earn ::
and Junior Chalney, Tampa Lynnette Richardson returned home on Sunday after an extended
1|11 HIGH pay. (I got $75
It's a girl for the Kenneth (Audrey) Taylors Karen made summer vacation in New York. On Sept. 8 she will be
=;:; for this ten minute !
her debut August 14 at Cedars of Lebanon Hospital. Congratulations leaving again to begin her first year at Spellman College. jjj
1::; presentation at the :

, The Jennings' familyRashford( ,Wilhelmina, Patricia,Tony, :|::: Hilton-Plaza for Fab- 4::

; and Barrington) was a travelling family this summer. Tony New Law Gets Welfare ::1|:; erge, where 1 was later :

enjoyed a six-week study tour of Europe with the Foreign 111! a special guest with :
Study League; Sonny, Wilhelmina, Patricia and Barrington to :
|:i Cary Grant.)
Los Angeles and Los Vegas; Pat returned in time to join her Help For 74 Families =S 1 I student at !
Girl Scout to Nassau while am a :
and
Troop ; Sonny Harrington jettedto -

Mrs.Jamaica Fred to Hicks visit returned her mother to Miami, Mrs.from Miriam Montgomery Jennings.,Ala. four JACKSONVILLESeventy.families pre-previously- ,the lies Federals in July was paying$2,608 about with$2, :I,j i Louise Riley Finishing i 11 1 1B :

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receiving county welfare were 010 and the remaining $598 :
Here from Shelby, N. C. to visit her sister (Elizabeth Pitt- added in July to State Public paid from state funds. & Modeling Academy 1i j
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JUDY CARTER IVEY ,KEARSON sota, Florida has received, teacher and of English as- ,

Judy Carter, a recent graduate of Central High School will sistanceship at the Universityof
soon be leaving for Fisk University where she will major in Pittsburgh for the 1969-70
Mathematics. Judy is the daughter of Mr. and Mrs. James school year. idiilPRICE
Carter of Brownsville. Mrs. Mathis, who studiedatthe III

Ivey Kearson, Jr., son of Mrs. Martha Kearson, 'graduatedfrom University of NorthernIowa
Florida A&M University this summer. He has been assigned under an NDEA Grant in S
a teaching position at Palmetto Senior High School. English Composition last
Motoring down to Miami from Detroit were Nancy (Mrs. summer is the daughter of
William) Pate and Frazier Kempton. Frazier spent day then Kirk Brown of the well-known

jetted to Detroit to begin his teaching career. Houseguesting Brown family, prominent in
with Nancy and Pate are Mr. and Mrs. John (Rona) Williams BahamianpoUtics, religion and
of Detroit. education and B. Louise Rolle

Dora Patterson has been absent from her home to be at the of Miami, state fraternal head: Hundreds

bedside of her mother, Mrs. Emma Tillman of Bennettsville, and international grand,of ,
S. C. While her sister Lucille Washington is recuperating in facer of '.
Miami after surgery.. Little Pearl'Is' just thrilled with her two Dresse's '

months of camp at Apple Farm/Elmer, N.'J. while Tommy LUCKY LENNY'S -,
settled for a trip to Baltimore. WEEKLY REPORT 88 I

Glori a Smith, Miss Black New York, was crowned Miss' If ..
Black An rica Saturday at a beauty pageant in Madison Square Puerto Rico 266970Dog -y >: .
Garden.'Lynda Lockman., Miss Black Florida placed, fifth in a Days 07/23/46 Juniors
16'contestants.Gloria '' '
of
group .- FI
; (Preston) Johnson jetted to New York City to film Missey M3'1
commercials for Eastern Air Lines. I!

George and Margaret Howell of Atlanta motored to Miami LADY LEE SAYS V2 Sizes t >
for a reunion with John and Lee before ,
Myrna jetting to Nas GET YOURSELF '
sau's British Colonial Hotel. John and Myrna entertained TOGETHER WITH'

friends Sunday evening honoring the Howells. MY SUPER SOUL SPE'
Henry and Jewel Young and their two daughters, Trad and FINAL
WEEK.
Michelle and brother, Jeffrey motored to Selma Ala. to visit
Jewel's mother, then on to Washington, D. C. to visit her THE
sister and brother-in-law. NATURAL

Anna Grace Sweeting spent two weeks vacationing Atlanta. OCIAL AFRO .
Trad Harrison celebrated her birthday by hosting a group of Now only
her friends at the Children's Playhouse.The .
Samuel (Rose) Stewarts entertained friends honoring $20.00Extra \ \I

their'houseguests, Ted and Jeanne Hogan Hartford,Connecticut SpecialFor '

on Saturday. Among those enjoying the eveing,were Pat School Girls
and Charles Lowrie, B. J. and Sylvia Guilford, Daniel and
100% human hair
Gloria Johnson, Rose and Richard Blackshear,John and Prec-, 00
ious Johnson, ,T, S.,and ,Billie ,Greer, Blanche, and Richard WIGS $18. MAYS DRESSESMfAMIBEACH
100% human hair
Walker, Donald and Regina Frazier, Alvin and Bess Guilford, FALLS $28.00
Charles Rogers, Oscar Edwards, Paul Young, OvediaSuarez,
Herman Dorsett, Hubert Robinson,Patrick Range, Mary Rich' Call now 685-5541 'NORTItNilAMf BEACH
ardson, Jimmie Johnson and Mrs. Bonnie Rogers.Mr. LADY LEE WIGS 1629,29 Coll'irts-' Avenue
and Mrs. Clarence (Carol) Clarke of Stanford, Conn 773 Fisherman Street 8718
Collins
were the houseguests of her aunt, Mrs. Edith Forsythe forted Opa-locka Avenue
days. Cloud Tuesdays 733J CoHini Ayenut

"A night in Nassau", sponsored ,by the E.C.W. Church of Open 10:30 to 5:30

the Incarnation, Friday Aug. 29 from 7 to 11 p....

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I 11iiSuppiiacini1* Miami Job Girls Corps Finish


-
BALTIMORE, Md. Fol- Gibson & Associates and author "Delta chapters and members Training
lowing a panel discussion on of, "The $30 Billion Ne- are urged to support and Astoria, OregonGeraldine -
"Green Power in the Black gro Market," and Joe Black,. strengthen black financial Williams, 21 daughter of
Community, Delta Sigma vice-president, special mar- stitutions who are striving to Mrs. Flossie Williams, 2045 e
Theta president Frankie M. kets, the Greyhound Corporation. help achieve black economic NW 86th Street, and Maudell
Freeman moved from wordsto self-sufficiency." Vickers, daughter of Mr Jessie -
action by presenting, on the Black said slogans about Mrs. Freemannotedthatthe Vickers of 3255 Douglas BY STANLEY "SWEETS" SWEET/NG/

spot, funds for an initial deposit "black power" or "green National Bankers Associa- Road, have been graduatedfrom UN
at a Washington D. C. power" don't mean anything tion has launched a nation- Tongue Point Women'sJob E-O-TYPE
black bank.Samuel. unless black youths are motivated wide campaign to convince the Corps Center after com THE LITTLE RED BOOK Amove is on 'by at least 11
F. Foggie, Vice to pursue goals in the larger corporations deposit pleting a course in Business domestic major airlines to install common use of an automated -
President and Cashier of the larger business community, funds in the 22 black banks Clerical. reservation system. They have asked the CI-
United Community National as blacks are now doing in po across the country. They have been traineesat vil Aeronautics Board for approval. The United States
Bank of Washington, acceptedthe litics. "We of Delta Sigma Theta the center here since Dec- Justice Department has turned thumbs' down on the request

Delta deposit.The Wilson said, "the black man don't have to be convinced," ember, 1968. Mrs Amelia Shavers retired in June '69 after
must become business oriented Mrs. Freeman said."We know Tongue Point, which is ope- 20 years a custodial maid in Dade County's Public School
panel on "Green Powerin to the extent that he can that with the strengthening of :rated by the University of System Neatest and most-colorful, convenient travel
the Black Community" wasa compete favorably in the total the lending power of these Oregon under a contract with agency rye seen is the well-appointed and well-staffed
part of the Delta week-long market and serve both black black banks, many blackbusi- the federal Office of Economic office of Air Canada in Nassau. The sudden and untimely
convention. The panel included and white consumers." ness men, homeowners and Opportunity, with Philco-Ford death of City patrolman John Westmoreland's wife GraCEin
: Kenneth 0. ,Wilson, presi- buyers, and parents of child- Corp presenting vocational ( an auto crash) marks the second time the affable Jots
Gibson said black citizens
dent, Baltimore Mutual Investment ren interested attending training as a sub-contractor, lost a wife by violence. His first, Lillian, was accidentally -
have the to do well
Company; D. Parke genius as college will receive special has a current enrollment of killed by a policeman's bullet several semesters ago
in business have in ,
Gibson president D. Parker as they
.
consideration for needed financial
sports entertainment and 650.In
,
assistance." addition to Job-skill
politics.In training, the Job Corps pro-' SALT WATER TAFFY: No other duo makes a more per
e.M making the presentation, The United Community Na- gram includes remedial education fect host and hostess than Nassau's prominent physician Dr i
Mrs. Freeman said, "By depositing tional Bank is the youngest and personality development Kenneth Rodgers and his lovely missus, the former Anatol
funds at a blackbank, and newest bank in the Wash and is availableto Reeves, who with two of their sparkling and charming teen
Delta Sigma Theta is provid- ington, D. C. area. The bank's disadvantaged young women age offsprings wined and dined this reporter most sump-
ing additional resources for chairman of the board is Dr. between the ages of 16 and 21. tuously while dinner-guesting in their palatial Nassau palaces
the United Community Na- William Collins, a black den While at Tongue Point, Miss tagged "Kentol" Dr. and Mrs Howard A, Hadley Sr
NUKAIRNUKAIR tional Bank to do more towardthe tist who is also on the Boardof Williams and Miss Vickers (she's Lorraine Sawyer) home from an Air Jamaica vacation
economic development of Trustees at Howard University also received their General Irene Webb-Williams back from two weeks in Nassau
the ghetto. Educational Development where she met an amigo Marie Levine;her hubby Tanny
certificates from the Center. and four muchachos down from Charleston, S.C., who'returned -
This certificate, awarded to Miami to houseguest with her here.

after they passed an examination -
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with scores equal to or
higher than those required by THE GUTTER GAZETTE: That Nassau phony who would
id Fat's Not Where It's All the 28 states that issue high' have.his pert American 'sweetie' believe me she's 'doll'
school equivalency certificates and he's a professional 'angel' could hang it up -- his slip
Weight Watchers Announce the Opening of I is generally acceptedby is showing .. but plenty 111 t t A sizzling! romance is burning
I. in lieu of that involves a popular divorcee and a well-known widower
Another New Location at the: employers a
I high school diploma. that could lead to his second and her third. There's a
I NORTHSIDE SHOPPING CENTER vicious 'complaint', hurled at a local professional that could
--lead to a notorious scandal. The complainant lives in LI-
I AUDITORIUMN.
f tr li f of-Doiv berty City. The victim in downtown Miami. At this point
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giv yu ,. W. 27th Ave. & 79th Street the complaint is only rumored and remains as such until

authenticated by witnesses -. and there are none.
I at 7:30 p.m. every Monday T21YEG 4I1HfU


,' Fees:. $5.00 first week I "Your Neighborhood.nts" Travel THE WEEK'S WASH: Ruth Wright and Walter Parrish are
Ag
i I i. $2.J0 weekly j .it .I, closer than two peas in a pod And Nancy Parker and Ja-
At near to you at your maican Wilson's is hotter than the blaze
I f 221.7448 t.l.phon.. Give u. a call. Aubrey romance
Add For Further Information call I
Temple :
WE DELIVER. 7543517. that burned while Nero fiddled City Patrolman Mike
Present'this ad for free gift when registering I 6105 NW 7th Avenue Wells' uh-honey Dorothy Patrick has jeturned to town from r
Chas. C. North, Managers Hectic Harlem and has once again,entered the local competitive -
i. female arena of flaming femmes The cnarmes
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'), O'Farrels (she's the former Antionette Spicer) are three-
'Y-: "
k ing. It's a boy, Charmes Jr, born Aug 16in Cedars of Lebanon
.
: J..... .,'"., '' Katie Davis-Washington expecting her third some-
:: time in November.


: 'U R DIN E 8 STUFF AND SUCK: Silver Drugs security officer Elijah

'... ,Blue and his missus I Dorothy' named him Thaddeus Lorenzo
101, born 3 in Cedars of Lebanon at lbs
Hannah
'"'[' .>>: I' Aug 91/2 .
: Smith-Schweke sporting a '69 Chevelle Hardtop .olive

I;, Rolle back from a Newark, N.J. vacation while visiting her
r sister Big Edward Senn back in harness at City Jail as
security Jailer after two surgery operations at Osteopath I
General And Emanuel Luckie due to report in same area
sometime Friday after a four-weeks vacation hitch thru
the south.

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SWEETS' TREATS: Willie Calhoun, Clyde Floyd and Co
are doing more to promote sales and good will among customers -
,at; King the Tailor than a chimpanzee can do with
peanut .' Anna-Grace Sweeting returned home last Tues-
day ayem from a two-week Atlanta vacation. .0 Ditto nur-
ses' aide Mary Kemp, a JACKSON Memorial veteran, who I totl
AAa visited relatives and friends '. Former wamtan Kelsey
c A e
.. e McKinney and family weekendedhere flora Philly. Mabel"/i4'
: r big savings Wilson spent the week in 'Chattanooga.Tenni t '.,. Nellie u:

""i J',, : Roberts of Douglas elementary completed a tour of all Baba-,
",, :. "". .... 'I r', '. ma out islands City patrolman Gaddy Rawls picking up'an \
/ ", added amount of avoirdupois.
'
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i/ floor SCRATCH MY BACK: Ann Mann's dad passed Bar-
;
.: in every department on every bara Ellison Rodgers bedded in Cedars of Lebanon What
has happened to State Legislature Joe Kershaw ? ? ? Mrs
""It
',"" J'" William (Betty) Burroughs Jr's sisterinlaw Beatrice Bur-
roughs-Cooper, First Grade teacher at Floral Heights
; elementary passed Tuesday ayem at Cedars Former
.
r. ,: all seven Burdine's stores Mlamlan and BTW footballer Harry Lawrence and his squaw

Virginia, wound up a 10 day Florida vacation Junket here
;:1 ,.rr It/:. \t :t :" '/ last Friday, The native Georgian is a former representative -

,, : ; athlete from Ft. Valley State College. ;Louella Thompson .
': .> :: ; and daughter Lee Etta vacationed at FreeportBahamas.

1--, *-:\(I It's" Burdine's big August clearance! Prices slashed every floor, in,: every store. Save.on
:
CONFIDENTIALLY YOURS Mlllis, Wilson and 'Mable
'; : b"ack-to-school clothes, small appliances, major appliances, home entertainment, t toys, Bethal-Stlrrup chose Tampa :and Mlllis' kinfolk for their

'sporting goods, fashions for the family and much, much more. vacation trek Mary Kemp's mother Mrs Viola Pierson ,
and a sister Ellen Love due in from Atlanta on Friday to

i. weekend here Shifting in 2nd; Jefferson Reaves from
<' Dunbar elementary to Dorsey Jr. High Mable Wilson 'i 1
,\ BURDINE'S MAKES IT SO'EASY TO BUY JUST.USE ONEOF, OUR MANY' FLEXIBLE CREDIT. spent the weekend in Chattanooga, Tenn attending the ordination -.
of her husband Bud to the ministry in the Church of God
: PLANS AND TAKE MONTHS TO PAY. BE' HERE EARLY* of Prophecy Vernay Jones and hubby back from North <

... ', Carolina where they buried Jones' dad Thelma Marie

and Andrew Robinson vacationed on Nassau's Bay Street. .
Ditto Edna McKinsey-Cleare; and family.I .


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I HE MIAMI TIMES, Friday, August 29, 1969

.. CULTURAL TALENT AT ARTS FESTIVAL ___ ST MIAMI

The Black Miami Arts Or- were many prominent resi- August 11. sculpture were:: over 500 SATAN 3
ganization week of Arts, was dents of Brownsville and LI- The Miami Black Arts organization books on Black studies, danc- SADISTS'iSCREENEI
rated as a highly successful berty City. Warren Welters, has moved swift- ing, weightlifting competition,
cultural adventure. owner of Brownsville drug- ly In stimulating and cultiva- movies lectures, poetry readIng AT 8:10
On hand to witness the ex- store; Commissioner Neal ting the arts in the lower and continuous music. 11:10
quisite arrangement of oil Adams, and former Judge socioeconomic areas of Mi- Some of the participating
paintings and metal sculpture John Johnson complimentedthe ami. A member organizationof organizations In the festivalwere
efforts that made the weekof the Florida Art Council, it : The Black Miami Arts WILD MENand WARPED WOEI
0ffIIU art an enjoyable week of cul- has completed its summer Organization, theManarshadancers
ture.Mayor cultural program atthe Youth Beat,the Afro- in a CRUEL REBELLION!
SEXSATIONAL COLOR Chuck Hall called: the YMCA. American Weightlifters and
display and the activities at the The long range plan of the Little James Brown and the
"SNOW JOB" and calls for a permanent'''
festival very impressive group Lifters. Nz
SUBURBAN GIRLS CLUB one that deserves a lot- of cre art center in either Browns- individual speakers were: SICK!
ville or Liberty City. Classesin
2 Girlit Frolics in color dit.Over Commissioner Adams, Pro-
500 persons visitedthe the visual and the performing -
. center during house arts, and an exhibit of fessor Bill Ward, Louis Ul-
._ __ .. .. .. .. .. open.. .. .. man, Rudolph Cavacy, Roland
and sculpture will beapl.rt
d u u painting
. . . . . Woods, Jr., and Freddy .
of the centers program. .rM
F .. 1
4t Adams. ( t SENSUAL.
at the closing ceremony, over
: OPENS TO-NITE : 1,000 persons had visited the Mayor Hall addressed the
art center.In residents Thursday night. He
: THE POPULARRffiiCTiows : addition to the rich dis- expressed his pleasue and

play of painting,drawings,and keen interest.
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TO MOVE A MILK CARTONBy :
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ic Roland Woods Jr. SAVAGE! ,a1
Ten university students saidit pose residents to a form of pop
could't be done, but twelve art. z z
teenagers from Brownsville aY
did It.The.
BHRU55THHIMM
seemingly impossiblewas
done when a huge house
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size milk carton was moved ,,',,'+.
..
from the University of Miami .p11M.M M./wlKwl .IYM.W Y. YYVK+p.IM/M
campus to 4820 NW 2'ltbAve., SOTTBMDV tit imnwt&u1
the site of the Black Arts t mom cur uwi utmtw REGINA CARROLYppKl.
organization "Week of Arts". ..pYI11.M u tausn .wp s"f nun MY inmuouiaa7 COLOR KKIIW
Armed with hammers rY.Y..noruDur-muunoiuu 1 ,*,ca.

Mi + .. hatchets, screwdrivers >and PLUS 2nd GIANT HITI I I IIIIIIMAMAflAHIE
crowbars the teenagers dis-
Y ww.. .
i wM.1 r assembled the gigantic red and

: white wooden"pop art"sculp-
: ture.
If Shortly after it arrived in SIMMS, Long' Island;':Ba:
"I HAVE A DREAM" Brownsville, the large carton hamas Local Constable with CROPPER JOCKEYS
was put back together. Kids Herman Finley has been on the ,
: GO GO GIRLS : came from Opa locka, Liberty Royal Bahamas Police Force Iliflill KILEIRS CALLED
If City, Downtown Miami, and ,for 25 years. He is one of five _
$k
other distant areas to play inside local constables on the 60- ; 9:5c1
: NEW BIG BAND SOUND :
the roomy wooden struc- mile long island, and his area
ture. Those with the courage of responsibility lies in the tS'
Featuring LOUIE HOWARD ON ORGAN ,.
climbed on top to get a better northwestern sector, in and ; ,
If
view of the festival activities.Now around the settlement of
PLUS MANY ADDED ATTRACTIONS that,the week of art is Simms, a tiny port with a popu-
: NO TABLE CHARGE NO MINIMUM ** over, the milk carton will be lation of'3d. Crime is very ANlRIGAN[
purchased from the UnIver- low in all te Out Islands, GENERAL
: THE CONTINENTAL CLUB sity of Miami. It's huge sheets and the most serious offense E nctuervv
of plywood willbe used to make to come before the constableis
1 flllu1Jao1
: 6000 NW 7th Ave. MIAMI ping pong tables, ark work a family squabble now and ,1
areas, and storage cabinets. then. The constable loves his
ic 100% AIR CONDITIONED The purpose of the carton work and keeps fit by walkingand a IElli BOSS ffiiKl EI g JINN LM ..MfflPHUB-_ijjYlI11(

:;: 1!...:nYfJIgt: ;:: : hkJ 5 ;;, ;U.I I.; !:J. I: ..if.. ': .,: during the festival was to ex- riding his bicycle.AfroPsycbedellc. IIC AIIEIUITIEII NcIEIIAS RECOMMENDED FOR MATURE AUDIENCES
; SPECIAL dNNUUNEMENT (

: FREE ADMISSION NO TABLE CHARGE ** Stage Set For Big \
NO COVER
I. *
: EVERY THURSDAY & SUNDAY NIGHT Psychedelic Blast UB. CIIt .
,
NOW SHOWINGA
: EXCEPT HOLIDAYS AND SPECIAL EVENTS .
'IREAT :
I .. . . . . . .. .. To kick off the long Labor Dance, DRtV."E-'IfJ
.
I Day weekend, the pop u I rrjmi1 sponsored by the Miami Chap- .

;% ;:;:;:;:;m;11m 1 1111 r 11111111 111 111111111[ 1111111111111? : ;1 1f:1 1 1111 11111111 111111111111111111;;; 1 ter College of the Alumni Bethune-Cookman Association

.:.:.; i l/ // I: ,;,:,:,: is set for Friday night at the, GIANT OF AI 0,111E
11I / { W I G 1 1j Carribbean Room of the Bay-
\ \ \ front Park Auditorium on Bis-

.11iii......11. BACK ei\: > .\j!;. 'I W ..im...... cayne Boulevard, where over
1,000 fun seekers
r are expected
ii / ; ] to be in attendance.The .
.
SALE dance is strictly designed -
for individuals who feel
"
ITO
SCHOOL \Vr like "coming as you are!"

:1 Anything. toes from mini's,
:
dashikis, turtle necks,Ber-

i:!::!: THE NATURAL :::1: mudas, tikis, or "Your Own
:::::: :::::: Thing. ,. f CO'\ln"
\ \\s!: Afro Wigs"SPECIALTY MR. WALTERS REG. $19 95 ':1ii11i1 legiate The versatile All ,- .Stars B-CC, playing Col- ,."..1(101.(" :" TM-:"

i1 \ 49.50 e 11:1i::: their best music since their IIIIIDI''ICI

1;!1 1j THE FAMOUS m j[ initial organization several
years ago, comes .
fully
I prepared a
ml Curly I Stretch Wig REG.. 69.50' $29.95 m j jt their to money's give the worth."In crowd"The DIlIR

1 "BACK TO SCHOOL BONUS" FULL 19-INCH jt; group, a favority across the 111111'

Long Falls ONLY ATMR. WALTERS $1500$9 .95 I Southeast and the Bahamas,

.r1j....;... ......\ plays everything from rock to
.. bop.Since MflCEENM'SGOLDDjean
ti seating space is not

I:;} Wig Styling WIGS CLEANED AND STYLEDSpecial 8 >I> c gested reserved that this you year arrive, it early is sug- YCIIjL r.8 .\..'
T C
1 1 OFFER.GOODTUESDAYS& ;} claim you table space.
{ It is going to be a blast
and
f f WEDNESDAYS ONLY 1 1; ,you don't want to miss the I Martin as att Helm


I' Wigs By' Mr... Walters Ii }ti year.most Tickets fun-loving can be event purchased of the 't swings with

't r1j{. at the Bayfrong Auditorium on
: 7th Friday evening for $2.50, as TheWrecking
6011 NW AvenueMiamiPhone :
;1 I well as all advanced tickets
{ have been sold. There Is still
{ ((305)) 7516521r r good seating space left, so
JMMC'i'S'm come as COLU118W PiCTURES ... ,. Orew
you are and ,
l fW1ili ;i1; ili 11; *1 11;; 1 1 f 11j111111;;; ;11m111; ; m111j11m111; ;;;;;; 1 m r 111ili11ili; 111111 1 1 1m1111 1 $ r thing! "do your uEN t I '_TECHNICOLOR _

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THE MIAMI TIMES, Friday, August 29, 1969
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Metro Children Defy Gravity On "Moon Poles" I IS


/ / b a u I Ii you walk through 87 St., as part of a dual test the hickory stick of years ago /device Is excellent general
either of two Metro-Dade program. The Dade County which was make by stripping conditioning of the trunk,chest
County Park and Recreation Park and Recreation Depart- limbs from an 8' to 10.sapling and arms, an aid in helping
Department's playgrounds ment Is testing the recrea- and from which youngsterswould a youngster with coordinationand
inn.. see what appears to be a tional exerciser to learn if swing from limber top. for pole vaulting condi-
tuf BY DAVE BONDU child flying through space, the apparatus' play and physical The "moon age" version, not tioning. It's also watching
don't worry! The child is fitness value Is as greatas unlike a vaulting pole but an-, for adults. Drop by Little
: defying gravity and you are advance previews promised chored in the ground and with River or 17th Ave. Park for
_ not on the moon. What you and also to test it's perfor- several steps at bottom. A your preview.
will be seeing is a youngster mance, durability and popu- child grasps the pole, lets his
Last week during one of my lunch hours, I stopped at Lincoln performing on an exciting new larity with an eye towardpossible body weight and some body English Register now for fall class-
Memorial Cemetery to visit the grave of my son, Bill, who left playground device, the Zero- additional Installations.The bend the pole until his eSt (Membership required).
us three and a half yearg"ago. I am ashamed of myself and instal- feet touch Then he
Gravity "Moon Pole, device, developed by ground. Come to 5100 NW 21st Ave.
others of you who have loved ones there,because we have not led recently at Little River Gladding u.S. Fiberglass klcks-off with his feet. The or call 634-2651.
been keeping these plots well. We have each bought a plot of Park, 10525 NW 24 Ave. and Miami, a division of Gladdln:; pole's compression swings Support your Y.W.C.A. A
land and we have automatically become land owners,and mostof 17 Ave. Park, 17 Ave. andNW Corporation, is a take-off of him in a wide fluing arc. The United Fund Agency
us do not realize that It Is our responsibility to keep ths
land in good shape. Most of us feel that It Is the responsibility
of the people who are the caretakers of the property. Of
course, some of the vaults are freshly painted and plots well
kept, but the majority of us have been lax, and I am as guilty
as anyone else. The headstones and vaults need to be painted.If .
you cannot do it yourself,the caretakers will keep it for you
for a service charge of $4.00 a year We are going to have
to take some pride In our community, which this is a part of,
and help make this a beautiful place.The roads need to be pav-
ed, grass cut, flowers place out there and the fence needsto k i
be fixed. When we ride by the Evergreen and Woodlawn and 1
other cemeteries in other neighborhoods they are beautifullykept.
Lincoln Is owned by black folk, and It Is not well kept at ::1
all. But it is not, the fault of the management It is our fault
the landowners. So on this long Labor Day weekend takean \
hour to visit your loved one and take along some tools and
spruce up the grave, I hope that all of us can get together
and do our share to release our deceased from the ghetto so
that they can rest In peace. \

PRETTY GIRL OFTHE WEEK:Joan Duckworth(FMC Instructor -
) :
PRETTY BOY OF THE WEEK: Attorney James Matthews ,
VIP OF THE WEEK: Dewey Knight .
MOTHER OF THE WEEK: Irma Duffle

QUICK NOTE DEPARTMENT: My brother and his familyare t
-
here spending week with us. Mr. and Mrs. Richard
Havens, two of their children, Michelle and Gina, and two
grandchildren, Carolyn and Nancy all from Brooklyn. ,
Dickie and Mildred are also the parents of the famous folk-
rock singer, Richie Havens i I heard that Clyde "The
Glass" Killens did it again. This is no surprise to us, be- tA
cause Ills Night In Nassau Is still one of the biggest happen-
ings In our town .Model Cities director Gordon Johnson is
on vacation. He will be back at the old grind about September -

8 County Director Welfare. Dewey,Knight, and
,1
family spent theirs in the Islands .. Elestine Crue is work- ,
ing at National Industrial Bank where Jack Stein tells me that
h
the bank: is doing very well. They're getting more depositors .
every day, and can give better service than ever before with
their new computer equipment. Miami Times boss Garth
Reeves placed on the Board of Directors of the EOPL Good
choice.
Open note to Mrs. Range, Mr Christie, Mr. Ferre and our
good Mayor Stephen P. Clark: "Is It true that City of Miami
( officials and City Attorney Alan Rothstein and the City of Mi-
ami Springs officials are working secretly to lease Miami
'. Springs Golf Course to the City of Miami Springs? This city
golf course which Is owned by the City of Miami and supportedby
the' City of Miami residents tax dollars for these many
years? Without a public hearing ? ? ? The City of Miami
Springs has realdy received the concession at the glf course,
and from what I understand has no knowledge of the restau -
rant business, should be satisfied with that and get it open to
the public. Most of the players who frequent tin course have
gone to others in the past few weeks because there are no
facilities for food and drinks at the course. If this has been
given to a citizen restauranteur it would have long since been ,
open. Please bear In mind that this course belongs to the
people of the City of Miami, and It Is not yours to lease, sell, I
or give away without their consent... That's it for this week.
Till the next one, LIVE LIFE EVERY GOLDEN MINUTE OF iT.
PEACE! i

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I Summer Arts ,FestivalSaturday

The

.cA program schedule: 10:00 a.m., galleries open
I to conclusion; 10:00-a.m.: music workshops cho-
HappeningBy *' ral groups; 1:00: p.m. official opening ceremonies audito-
rium; 2:00 p.m. cooking demonstration-auditorium;4:00p.m.:
.8 Step Hall and the Unique Revue bandshell; 6:15 p.m. Black-
Garth C. Reeves, Jr. I shear Models bandshell; 7:45 p.m.variety show- bandshell,

I Opa locka Revue,Winston Scott Orchestra,May's Modernettes,
Jamaican Revue.
Sunday morning program: 10:00 a.m. galleries open;
School' Desegregation 10:00 a.m. Church choral groups Bandshell, selected so-
loists, musical selections; 10:00: a.m. dramatic presentations .
auditorium, "The Breeders", "Dred Scott Case",
Unfair To Who ? "Dramatic Readings"; 11:00 amMiss Priscialla LaVerte.

bandshell; 1:00 p.m. cooking demonstration auditorium;

In a situation like this one,the welfare of the student should 2:00 p.m. fashion workshop auditorium; 4:00 p.m. pop.
be considered than rock concert bandshell, Northwestern High School Band,selected
moreso anyone elses. But, of course, ,
everyone is beefing about it-parents,teachers and students b (td9dt> pa 1 soloists; 6:00 p.m. dramatic presentations audito-
alike. rium; 7:45 p.m. variety bandshellDrum-Beat Revue
Let's consider some of the advantages and disadvantages of with Miss Bahamas, Coral Gables/Coconut Grove Revue, Jamaican -
various groups involved.The J Revue.
White Parent: One 'would hardly find a handful in \ Monday program schedule: 1000; a.m, galleries open to
this group in favor 'of the move. Their argument would 1 closing; 10:00 a.m. art workshop auditorium; 11:30: a.m.,
probably be that, for one, the black schools to which their I choral groups bandshell selected soloists, musical select-
children are being transferred lack the facilities to give tions; 1:00 p.m., Blackshear Fashions bandshell; 2:30 p.m.
them the best education available. Anyone to debate this? I I University of Miami Opera Theatre presents Red Rid-
The White Student: Needless to say how these children 'j ing Hood" auditorium; 4:00: p.m, variety show bandshell,
are Influenced in the home. But come September they will I Charles Austin Band,dance groups,Edison-Little River Revue;;
be capable of drawing their own conclusions. I'd suppose 7:30 p.m. variety show bandshell, The Magniflcents, The
I
one would be putting a student through quite a change in Casanovas, Jamaican Revue.BROWNSVILLE .
transferring him from a well equipped school to one that
really has a lot of catching up to do. However this is not Sod site o I tWed
the latter's fault that the school board does not see fit to COMMUNITY SCHOOL I
adequately supply it with the necessities of a half-way decent
Lovely Gayle Hillman holds soul sister honors
education. Nadyne Register now at Browns- ses begin Monday, Sept 2, for
The Black Parent: A percentage of this group is no doubt this week. She is the daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Moses| ville Jr. High School from 7 information
call
Mr.James E,
thrilled that something is finally being done to offer their 'I Hillman of 1719 NW 67th Street. Gayle has been working] p.m. to 10 p.m. for sewing,
children a better education. Then there are those who give as a telephone operator in downtown Miami since her{ cooking, typing, ceramics, Fayson at 633-1481alldayand
less than a dog-gone about the whole thing, taking the atti- graduaton from Miami Jackson last year. drama, library, upholstery, during the evening hours or

tude of simply going along with the program. shop, handwriting, reading, come in person to Browns
It is not our place to think how uncomfortable our children ....:: woodworking, arithmetic, ville Junior High School, 4899
will be when they hit big time and find out they aren't Spanish, and music.New clas- NW 24th Avenue.
quite big enough. But we must all face the fact that a large
majority is not ready.In .
white schools, administrations find ways of eliminatingthe
undesirables. Well black parents, where do we go then?
The Black Student: "Hell, rye been wanting to go to Put a little shell In your life, baby. It's the indispensible. So soft and shapey, easy to care
High School ever since I can remember, for. (It's lightweight Ban-Ion.) You can mix with it, match with it, dp anything with it..as

and now I've got to go with all those darn long as you're with it. Add a scarf, add a pin, add a chain or keep it plain. It's your thing.
"
encounter honkeys. Well, tough luck black students. One would ,Do it in a razzmatazz of colors, all bursting bright. The short sleeve, $7, and the long
difficulty in explaining to us that this reason hard-
ly deserves argument.In sleeve, $8, are in light pink, light blue, light ,yellow, navy, emerald, silver, brass, red,
your minds Is a lot of controversy over what you've taupe vanilla, mocha, white or black. The stripe, $10' is in navy/light blue, biack/gray,
read in papers and heard over the news. Relax while times mocha/beige, vanilla/brown, light blue/navy, and brass/moss. All three shells
are easy, for the best, or worst, is yet to come. are in sizes 34 to 40.
No one knows exactly how these students are going to react
when they are forced to head for their new school next
week. The loudest voice now is that of the white parent.
Nothing has changed, for it was the same many years ago when
because of their loud mouths our parents had to walk 20 miles AA
to school, Jamming 60 student into rooms builtto accomodate
20. It's the same voice, but now in it is a tone of regret anda
quiet shrill of fault. Unfortunately for them, things are bet-
ter now, but even more unfortunate for them, the changesfor
the better didn't exactly take place in our part of town.
Well with shrill in voice and fault in tone, reap what you sow
white man, reap what you sow.,

AT THE PARTY SCENE:
A group of '69 graduates from local schools got togetherlast
week and decided we all should get together one good time
and have a blast before we head our different ways. So witha
couple of dollars chipped in here and there we were able
to come up with a party suite at the Holiday Inn and refresh- ,
ments enough for everybody
Grooving in a mellow mood with Isaac Hayes and his
"Hot Buttered Soul" the atmosphere was wonderful. Parents
would have been proud to see that their high school grads
knew how to act and enjoy themselves without that chaperone
effect hindering easiness.
Among the '69ers at the set were Jestina Days, Joe Thomas,
Linda Royal, Cliff B. Edwards, Cassandra Jefferson William Big Safe' '
DuHart, Roslyn Smith, Dana Moss, Debra Wells, Burt Arnold \ II '\ \ ,
and Karen McCrea. Now In t I I. i. B I

THE PSYCHEDELIC BAG: I
From New England to Dania came the Led Zeplin last weekat ProgressLORY'S \ \
Pirates World. This four man group shows two great tal- J
ents. One is the dynamic lead singer whose .._________________, il oOCJ.
loud screeches on their album would really have one missingthe (' FASHION HOPS \ .i I "
variety of which he capable.. He got down to brass tacks .1 I I \ s', _. ..
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The second talent is lead r. I" I SHE SHELLS BY ., I"
f great quitarist Jimmy Page. He I
I is to be compared with the Hendrix and Clapton of our time. w..r..r.rr- I TOrookvalley. I
{ Not only is,he'skilled with the routine mechanics of playing I, -- .. ** .
.J but he has also masterfully Invented a few techniques of his, \- ---I. "-
!f own. For example, Saturday was' my first time seeing an LOOKV
electric guitar played with a violin bow. '
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For diggers of this groove, the concert was an extremely
worth while experience ,, ;' .

: 45 OF THE WEEK: 'Til Never Fall In Love Again" by LORY'S '"# :
FASHION
Tom Jones SHOPS :
ALBUM OF THE WEEK' : "Chicago Transit Authority" by EVERYWHERE ",
the CTA
6112 NW 7th Avenue (Edison' Cen'erf l ,
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THE MIAMI TIMES, Friday, August 29, 1969 11 f

Unwed Mothers Married Students Ok Moses Miles, FAMU Dean Retires )1

I TALLAHASSEE-After 25 An alumnus of FAMU witha
years of continuous serviceto B.S. degree in mathematics,

For SchoolSchool education, Moses G. Miles, Miles received his M.A. degree -
dean of students at FloridaA from Ohio State Univer-

Board Member Ben & M University,has decidedto sity in personnel and guidance.
Sheppard previous policy banning re- school administrators pro- breaking vote in support of retire in order to realize
through Wednesday pushed admission except in special duced specific reasons for Sheppard William Lehmanand some personal amlbitions he He's looking forward to the
a
unwed policy permitting cases. excluding them.Previously Mrs. Anna Brenner Mey- has had over the past quarterof future construction of a"first
mothers
to return to Fd rather have my daughter students inboth ers. "And it invites cheating.If century. class motel, and apartment
school, capping a two-month sitting next to the girl categories were forced to go students are married on building", writing,running the
battle between the aging doc- who had a child than the kid to adult classes-through the the sly, or a girl can conceal new Miracle Hill Nursing and
tor and three of the board's who made her pregnant," he mothers could return with her pregnancy, they're not opens the door to anyone." Convalescent Home and the
women members. argued. "The pregnant girl special permission from dis- penalized." The promiscous girl doesn't Primitive Baptist Youth
Sheppard beat back
by Mrs. Crutcher a bid has suffered enough." trict superintendents Mrs. Vosloh led the fight get pregnant," responded Camp, and will continue to
Mrs. Ethel Beckham Harrison, The new policy would readmit "This is a double stand- against Sheppard, arguing that Sheppard, who has worked voluntarily serve as pastor of the Phila-
Helene and Mrs. unwed mothers, and all ard," said Chairman Holmes the old policy screened all in Catholic homes delphia Primitive Baptist
Vosloh to
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I THE: MIAMI TIMES. Friday, August 29. 1969 13

Primary- C Sc hool Concludesprecise Rewarding Summer ProgramSoul I

The parents, Children
Cookin'with
neighbors, and community dance-African movements various Food Banquet. One of a day picnic at the Miami
still talking about the eight- etc. L a t in,J a z z, the biggest surprises of the Beach President Madison Ho- I
under
week summer school program the charming guidance af&ri took place when Mr. tel. Swimming,singing,dancing -

held at Primary C Community also a of Youth Mrs. M. Woodard Clark, Community School DI- lounging andstufflngwere y
School. There were many Opportunity rector, presented trophies to the fine ingredients which had 'BUTTER'jy
worker.
programs and activities well Many young men as his staff as well as the custo- those present repeating loud

geared to suit the needs and geater as ladies have gained a dians for tasks well plannedand and clear "Gee why did it .I1 L MILTON "BUTTERBALL"" SMITH

fancy of everyone who participated. varied appreciation for the executed. However, fri- have to end so soon?"
and imaginative as- day was the termination of

From 8 a.m. to 10 p.m. pects Acitlvitles of choreography the summer activities on the Hopefully, the 1969 summer LIBERTY CITY TRAGEDYI
dally and interesting and chal not and events were campus of Primary C but by program at Primary C Com-
lenging low of humanity entered confined to premises of no means the diminishing of munity School will serve as call this a Liberty City tragedy because it is very tragic
the doors of Primary c Primary c but extended to exuberance and gaiety for its Just a small community venture when a man can't make a living in his own community. I amspeaklngnow

Community School to avail encompass the Jr. College, participants Saturday, Aug. destined to leave its in- of Mr. Wonso Lee Storr Juanlta's Market 1466
themselves of the endless Seaquarium, parrot Jungle, 16th at 11 a.m. many of Pri- habitants a n Immeasurable NW 62nd St.
Crime
varied opportunities being offered Jail Detective Lab, County mary C youngsters were degree taller in civic pride A year ago this month Sampson's Market who had been in the
Zoo. and the Crandon Park treated to king and queen for and achievement. neighborhood at this address for the past 15 years, was de-

Mrs. Helen Lee, a Youth The stroyed by vandalism and the riot of last summer. Now we will
Opportunity Program Instructor week of August 11-15 admit that Sampson's was a good market sold good productsat
could
and her granddaughter, be considered as one National Black Power reasonable prices. But Sampson's had to go!Because Samp
overflowing with
Kathy Koon lended their momentous son's was white and this was a black revolution. Windows were
versatility activities ..
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----- --"C>- broken merchandise stolen TV setI
to many a student who these .uUfS Conference Set was including personal
sought greater knowledge and ably was the tournament, so let the boys use the night before.But this was a black revo-

mastery of the violin, guitar, Earnest coordinated by Instructor The Regional Conference of ference In Philadelphia voted lution Sampson was white and had to go.

accordion, bongos, piano and Hums Matthew Rolle, Bernard the National Conference on unanimously to hold the con- After the smoke cleared, the tear gas had faded, the streetsare
,
Lawrence
voice lesson. So proficientare Everett Stewart Black Power which was ori- ference In Mississippi. The once again clean, tempers subsided. Sampson's Market
many of these music stu- ber. The first,and Joel Far- ginally scheduled for Los An- Planning Committee will seek was reopened by a black man. A black man of experience in

dents until a group was or- were Stevens place winners geles on the week-end of Au- to implement that decision. the grocery business. He bought Sampson's Market outright,
ganized to demonstrate and Pong Marian Brady-Ping gust 30th has been postponed, completely, lock stock and barrell and fixed itup exactly like :
publize their mastery at the ketball; Thaomas-Bas- the Planning Committee announced The reason for the post- Sampson had it before the riot.The shelves the same, the meat i

up-coming Black Art Festi- Thomas ; Non-Hockey-Gail this week. ponement of the August con- case, the produce and diary department, everything including I
Brenda Dance-Ethel Jones& Instead, the,planning Com ference was due to conflicts that had been Sampson's including the prices has now become h

vals.There were still many who Thomas. mittee will concentrate on with several other major Juanita's. Everythlg that is except this was a black revolution -

rhythmically wended their way porter Every in participant and sup- holding the national con- Black conferences during the Sampson was white and had to go. l
the eventful eight month of And Juanita's black and if the disturbance had
to the Dance Class and justi- week ference in the South this fall. August. noting more
fiably so. Here they were program were appropriately Mississippi, on Thanksgiving given the black man a chance to own his own business in his

trained in the graceful and afternoon honored on Friday week-end, is currently tenta- The National Conference on own community and serve his own people.
at an unforgettable tively set for the national con Black Power takes note of the This I thought was one of the reasons for the uprise in

ference. The Planning Com- fact that this new splendid pro- Liberty City last year to advance the black man in his com-

mittee will review this deci- liferation of Black con- munity among his! black people.If this Is true, why did the peo-

sion and make a final deter- ferences is of comparativelyrecent ple stop buying from Juanita's Market.And stopped they have,
Pall MallMenthoI100 mination on the feasibility of origin. All of them because Juanita's about to go out of business because the black

both the date and place.It are dedicated to the achievement people won't patronize it. But yet they will go up the street to
should be noted,however, or black nationhood and a another market and spend thousands of dollars to a white own-
that the final Plenary Sessionof surviving Black identity. ed store. Now I am not knocking the merchant up the street

% the 1968 Black Power Con- because he has a fine store,reasonable priced goods. But cer- I
We urge the Black community tainly not to the extent he takes it all and Juanita's gets no-
to attend all of these con- thing. Can't we give Juanita's Just a little of our business.

ferences where time and money Enough to keep the man open, Damn! Enough to let this black'

1 permit: man make a living. Juanita's is open 7 a.m. 8 p.m. if you
Ion r..yet milder. National Association for Afri don't want to buy meat or vegetables from him go by and buya
can-American EducationAtlanta six pack of beer or a bottle of wine. You drink wine every

Georgia-August 20-24. day, go by and give him your beer and wine business. You buy
ROOM Democratic Liberation Party- bread, cigarettes and canned goods, go by and give him that

Jamaica, N.Y.-August 15-17. business, eggs, sodas, ice cream.
OUTFITS Republic of New Africa-Wash- What Fm trying to say Is simple: Spend some money if it'sjust

ington, D.C., August 23. a little bit,so that we can keep this black man in business.
Black Liberation Alliance- This black man that hired nothing bit black people to work for

i. Chicago, m.-August 30-31. him.Since
we didn't achieve very much from the disturbancelast

Your Credit Is Good year, it would be a shame not to help the one black man
WE CARRY OUR WEWMERSO who Invested his life's saving in the belief that we would havea
OWN ACCOUNTS better black community in the future. The 'Ball' ya'll. '

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Sf' T. WASHINGTON I Black Elected Officials Call Conference I



COMMUNITY/ SCHOOL WASHINGTON, D. C.-The The Institute will also offer Project of the Southern Regional pected to accept invitations to
largest gathering of black the participants an opportunity Council, Urban Affairs participate in general ses- !
1200 NW 6th elected officials in the nation's to exchange informationon Institute and others. sions and workshops at the
Ave. history will assemble here fora their experiences as black four day meeting.
AUTUMN four day conferenceSeptember elected officials.A Dr. Kenneth B. Clark, 1
TRIMESTER Serving as co-chairmen
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mally, Democrat of Los An- .
SEPTEMBER 2 DECEMBER 23, 1969 further aim of the meet popularly known as MARC,
More than 500 Negro officeholders ing is to make available tothe emphasized the chief goal of geles Alderwoman Louise
DAY ADULT TUITION TIME are expected attend delegates, many of whom are the meeting would be"to make Louisville, Kentucky; Percy j
CLASSESMon. the meeting -- called the Institute new in public office, a wide the black officeholder more Sutton, Manhattan Borough
for Black Elected Officials of technical assis- President, a Democrat; and
variety
effective in dealing with the
Sewing $3.00 Woodrow Wilson,Neveda State
4-7 p.m. at the Washington- tance on such subjects as complex and diverse problems
Sewing 3.00 7-10 p.m. Hilton Hotel. housing, employment, education facing him in his Job." Assemblyman publican.The who is a Re 1
and economic develop- 1
Mon. & One of the principal aims of
Government ment.
$2.00
7-10 staff of MARC, with the
Wed. Ma th p.m. the Institute Is to provide Dr. Clark noted that the Institute -
2.00 assistance of staff members
7-10 p.m. non-partisan forum for <*.->- The Institute is being spon- would be similar in j
English 2.00 from the Urban League's national -
7-10 p.m. cussion between Negro office sored by the Metropolitan many respects to the National
Basic Adult Ed 2.00 7-10 p.m. holders and high officials of plied Research Center Inc.of Conference of Negro Elected office, is coordinatingthe
conference.
the Nixon Administration with New York and Washington, Officials held in Chicago in the f
Tues. & Typing $5.00 7-10 p.m. references to those issues, with the support of the National fall of 1967.Highranking. More than 1200 black elect
Thurs. Shorthand 2.00 7-10 policies and programs most Urban League, Repub- ed officials have been invited
p.m. relevant to the officials' con- lican and Democratic National
Power Machines TBA officials of the and more than 500 are expected
7-10.p.m. stituents and communities. Committees, Voter Education:: Nixon Administration are ex- to attend.

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DADE COUNTY PUBLIC SCHOOLS

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Algebra 1 MW ADULT EDUCATION CENTER 7-W H7 lISle Cli Malts Im Cm., Jcl
MTWT General Sclenco TTh 1711 N.W. 95th. Street
MTWT Biology TTh Phone 696.4161 after 2:00 P.M.
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QUANTITY RIGHTS RESERVED CHOPPED

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LARGE ; :'z RANKS 3120I. $1lb.
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THE MIAMI TIMES, Friday, August 29, 1969 19

Work Experience In Drew Junior .

The Work Experience Co- teen and eighteen. Please call dial" and "preparatory" in kind of information and training
ordinators, Mrs. Floyd and 633-6366. nature. It is preventive in thatit that would allow a studentto
4 / I Mr. Jackson are back on the The purpose of the Junior encourages staying school; move into the world of
Job at Charles R. Drew junior High Work Experience Pro- "remedial," in that it is work if he or she must leave
high and they are expectingcalls gram at Drew is to make a geared to the learning ability school.
from employees who are valuable contribution to the of the individual Involved; At Charles R. Drew Junior
in need of workers, boys and Junior High curriculum in thatit "preparatory," in that it High School we propose to:
girls between the ages of four is "preventive," remeCEP'S involves students in employ- (1) Secure suitable employ-
By- meat finding procedures, em- ment with reputable em-
ADLINE PONTIPHFLET ployee-employer relationship ployers for our enrollees. ((2)
v Twins discussions, and on the Job Secure the average wage paidto
experiences that will directly workers with similar experience
training is a more he has been with us since the tiA + is a widower and has one son. benefit the student in the eventhe and training (3)
[potent instrument than any first of June and of course this d 4 He enjoys reading and good should become a school Check regularly with parent
(other because rhythm and har- being only a few weeks beforeour movies in his leisure time. leaver. and employer to facilitate a
mony find their way into the Spring Concert left his The Work Experience Pro- well run and closely knit organization -
[inward places of the soul." participation absolutely out of W F gram provides for the kind ((4) Encourage en-
PlatoIf the question. But to no avail, a1I of guidance and experience in rollees to be productive at
you've been reading my things were not left as they school and on-the-job that will work so that they may enjoy
[column regularly, you will might have been. Howard was allow for directions and aid the maximum benefits and
recognize the above quotation right up there singing away, I in personal adjustments,indi- growth through the program.
I which I find to be a good musi- lending full vidual motivation and
support to an Ave pupil a (5)) Request that enrollees con-
cian's scripture from a good Maria" choral backgroundwhich desire to remain in school. duct themselves in a manner
musician's bible. Not much is Mr. Lapierre arranged, The Work Experience that will reflect the highest
known about Mr.Plato's musical for the society. When Mrs. Program is to provide pur- standard of good citizenshipin
I background however writ- Athalie Range approached the poseful flexibility in its effortsto school, on the job and in
ing after writing will tell you dais to deliver the welcome encourage students to not the community. ((6)) Use our w
that none of his statementswere speech, she was dazed to see } only remain in school, but to student agreement contract
nonsense or trivia. My her young nephew standing develop their thinking self- our guide to desirable work
guest, or rather, my very there as U someone had for- Benjamin Brown, age 32, image and aspirations so they habits, attitudes, conduct and
young guest for this week is gotten to tell her about this. is a graduate of Lownders may move back into the main- behavior.
in complete accordance with Of ..........................
course, it was a surprisewell County Training School in t. i.. ;.1 stream of the Junior High and
me. Everyone, please meet planned by concerned. Valdosta, Georgia. He re- Jessie Bessent----is a secre-- on into the Senior High cur- GO TO CHURCH
Master Howard Wilkinson Jr. Howard is a boy-soprano of ceived his B.A. Degree from tary for the Concentrated Em- riculum. These same ex- SUNDAYj1TRANSMISSIONS
Howard is the son of Mr. and good State should the
strong voice. We don't Albany College. periences provide
Mrs. Howard (Ethel) Wilkinson look forward to the day when Brown was employed by the ployment office of the Program deputy directorof in the .........................
Sr., living at 1368 NW 69 this beautiful voice changesInto Concentrated Employment staff services. She is a
Street here in Miami. -it's- sfaira--0- nf-. .motitrUtr.-.-.,/. For gram as an Instructor of high school graduate and is
Some say that good boy's Employment Preparations. presently attending Miami
voices do not usually changeto Since that time he has Dade Junior College taking a
something quite as pleasantand been promoted to the position refresher course in business
therefore we shall have to of Counselor. subjects.
soft-pedal it's reestablishment. Before coming to CEP, Before coming to CEP as a
With careful supervision Brown was the first Black secretary, she was employedby
and absolutely no strains hired by the First National the Grand Union Storesas
involved, perhaps we can retain Bank of Miami in a professional a general office worker. ;
the quality which is already position. Mrs. Bessent resides with
u his. Brown received an award her mother and enjoys sewing
To Howard's proud parents, for citizenship counseling. He and reading in her spare time.

may we congratulate them for That's what you're looking for it your transmission
1, the enthusiasm well displayed Registration Begins Sun., Aug. 17 at suddenly goes haywire. AAMCO is the world's largest
: and to you readers,our wishesfor transmission specialist. There are over 550 AAMCO
the most wonderful week Cook's centers coast-to-coast. Here are a few reasons you
l) ahead. indergarten'O"OpaLocka should call AAMCO next time you have automobile

";,;.')..' transmission trouble: .... ..
This young man (eleven An Evening of Summer Fun t GuanntM. AAMCO has the finest '
car ownership transmission guaran "CAI OWNERSNIY'tee
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sonalities Fve ever met. At 1840 NW 152nd Terrace or SNIPS'
1749 NW 54th St. One day service.Available in most ItUI IAS LONG AS
second glance, he's even 1741 NW 152nd Terrace cases.
Incarnation's Center YOU OWN THE CAR AND
I better. Mr. LaPierre tells me Activity SERVICE IT ANNIAl1.Y% AT
For information call: 681-2710 or 681-3319 Free Multi-Check. Well help you ANY ARMCO CENTER
prevent transmission trouble with a MOASTT COST S BRAT A
FREE, exclusive multi-check 19-
CERTIPICAT! TO ANY
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7635 NW 27th Avenue
Weddings Funerals Parties Bar Mitzvahs r| Opens on September 2, 1969 | Miami 751-2416 Perrlne 5771 S. Dixie Highway 238-9277
Decorators of Home Planters | Registration now going on, 2152 NW 64th St. |f 6500 NW 7th Avenue 18200 S. Dixie Highway

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: THE MIAMI TIMES, Friday, August 29, 1969 21Determined

vv College Aug. 26 Trenton, NY Betty Lavender Jackson, ,

Kaleidoscope expecting the visiting stork( a new baby )any day now. .
i Round AboutT Eliaght Graham (son of the Willard Grahams' of Ft. Lauder-

ROBERT J.SYE dale) in New York, still a "big time playboy" Pretty
Barbara Sweeting back in Harlem NY, bragging about her :
to be the Talk enjoyable time In Miami and Key West, during her two weeks I
mong celebs invited toRoy HOfheinz's vacation.

fete for the Apollo 11 astronauts at Houston's astrodome Sat- BY JIMMY "SCOOP" BETHEL :::i _________ .. .___. __ __ I
urday, this pillar Jetted to Texas Checked into the Shera- \ 1_ ,, I II
ton-Lincoln Hotel minutes before the II I
Astronauts passed In a WHAT A FABULOUS WEEKEND A country cookoutat I
car-parade Buzz Aldrin Neil
Armonstrong and Mike the home of the obert Davids' in spring Valley, NY, Sat- r '= I
smiled waved kissed I Ir
Collins the
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lucky, and were gleefully urday, Aug. 16 Sunday morning before dawn we took a
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bombarded with confetti ..watched
from a 25th floor window drive up to Bethel,N.Y.where 400,000 hippies and soul music
But back to the of \
the
purpose trip. There
were seekers were attending a music festival. Bethel is a small
only a very few soul brothers sisters invited Dionne War- town up state in Sullivan County, out from White Lake. It :was
wick and hubby Bill Elloitt and _
Flip Wilson and on such occasion a hell'eva music festival. A person couldn't buy food, becauseall
the black number should be greater The show was of the ole' country stores and cafes ran out of stock and
viewed by millions, via television. However, the"stomp down food. There was plenty of rain and mud,but very little drink-

happenings" occurred after the formal-show Frank Si- ing water. Reefers, (pot) there was plenty.The biggest,"singing I
natra, Jack ValentI, Bill (Jose Jiminez) Dana, Maura Mc- star" there was Jimi' Hendricks, and he really did his I

Giveney, and Flip appeared at Jim Shaffers', party the fame thing, but like nobody was digging that jazz. It really was a I
Royal Coach Inn and created much excitement with their goodwill young peoples in". Kids came from as far as Californiaand
and antics Flip however, nipped his stay in the bud. Florida. After too much traffic jam, we arrived in NYC

Having to re-jet to L.A. to tape a Bob Hope Special and, his at 5 a.m. Monday morning. "That was new thing" to me. TEEN TALK AND SOUL MUSIC SURVEY. Willie Lewis,
own spec Dionnels really into it.. Her flight to "Big H", Hazel Scott pianist at NY's Plaza 9
queen opened Tuesday 237 E. 176th St. Bronx, dedicating,Anthony and the Imperials,
was arranged by HH'(Howard Hughes) who jetted her and Bill night. The world of people still shocked and bewildered by "Tears On My Pillow" to his mama in Ft. Lauderdale, Mrs.
there in his private nine-passenger jet All the comfortsof the murder of Sharon Tate and four others. Sharon Tate (was Willie Mae Martin of 508 NW 20th St. Alfred "Goof Fer-

the rich. one of Hollywood's most beautiful actress) with her friends, guson's Drug Store in NYC at 136 St. and 7th Ave Carlas

Della Reese, recently hospitalized with a slip disc, is out of was a serious civil rights and social worker among the poor Small (Pvt. at Ft. Dix) dedicating, Marva Whitney's "It's My ..
that suite (518)) filled with flowers,get well cards, and stuffed blacks of Watts section of Los Angeles. Her most treasured Thing" to pretty Delores Hightower of Trenton James
animals. She's home and feeling better, so much improvedwas possession, was an old stature of a "black Egyptian queen of Brown's popcorn" to pretty SDA-Laverne Scott. .
she, that, she Mark HPed it to the beauty shop Tuesday the Nile." Cleopatra, the goddess of beauty. To our girl, Dorothy Lee 3280 NW 214th St. It's Marva Whit-

afternoon And, that's always a good sign. Welcome ney's "Things Got To Get Better" Our girl of the week
back Della. Remember Glynn Turman, of NBC's "Peyton Sandra Moore, 817 E.State St.dedicating Ruby Andrews' "You
Place?" He's currently hewing out a different, more mature, Made.A Believer Out of Me" to her mother Mrs. Mildred :

image for himself Having completed two segs of "Julia", Moore. Cheryl Kelly, a pretty thing. James Brown Pop- I
coaching-writing for the new TV series "Room 222",Glynn's corn" wow .. That girl from Edison, Janice Koon, Jr. Wal- I
now slated for Paramount's "Carter's Army" with Stephen ker's "What Does It Take" ..'This is Jimmie Bethel saying :

Boyd, Robert Hooks, Richard Pryor and RoseyGrier Au- time and tide waits for no man C-U-NX-WK. I will be in

thor Harold Robbins, Quincy Jones and bassit Ray Brown are -4 Miami, Aug. 25. j
forming a new record company Houston: The city certainlyhas
gorwn since this pillar's"escaped." The Forward Times, _
my alma mater, has refurbished its building and Is growning Attention Parents

again and doing a radio show Ray Barnett Is still city's
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club king to '66 he was struggling with two night clubs,
"The Cinder" and "The Sands of Houston".Nowhe owns five, ST. AGNES KINDERGARTEN

and business Is booming in all. Opens on September 2. 1969
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ROUND ABOUT TALK. .The pretty school teacher, Kirk-
Comic Leonard Reed and Roger Spotts are aiding exLaugh lyn Smith, (Ft. Lauderdale) "back to the school room." Registration now going on, 17J6: HW 3rd Court
In comedian. Chelsa Brown he attempt to revolutionize her Deborah Keitt (daughter of Mr. and Mrs.John Keitt) of Tltus- Insured transportation, hot lunches and snacks

wanning career And, what a bolshevistic switch. Not ville, Fla. spending her summer in Brooklyn,NY at 315 HartSt. Certified by State Welfare Board. For further In
only will Chelsa endeavour the risibility, but will also sing Debbie Andrew.Gibson High School in Titus- formation, call: NE 4.1910NE 52307.
endowed with the voice and talent to do both, commercially ville George Wilkerson can drop me (the scoop) a card Mr*. Jacqueline Livingston
Multi-instrumentalist Roland Kirk Is alive and blowingsoul with his phone number, on NY's Edgecombe Ave. Laverne i
in Dallas Caught him at Charles Banks' club Friday Bethel (my 111' girl) starting her studies at "Miami-Dade Jr.

night and RK was doin' it, having lost weight, he's looking fit

Missed Mary Wilson and the Suprernes' gig at the Forum, Ex-Floridian
but heard about it. ..The rumor that Diana Ross will kiss the -- -

duet goodbye soon is yet very much present. .'. Howeve, If -
she does, I'm sure Cindy and Marywill be able to mobilize Heads ShrinersBaltimore

supremely Ran Into' Max Julien, star of Jules Dassin's

"Uptight", Monday, and he's organizing hisown production Md.-Charles A. '
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company. Jim Brown, the victim of many things, Is a man Dargan, a retired supervisorfor I 4tI 71 Nk
like no one has seen since the controversiol Jack Johnson. the New York Central Rail

He's not, as the old folks coined, "OverbearIng"but an inde- road Company,was unaimous- ; y5S f'. r3I
pendent black human, who's had to fight for his worth and Is ly elected the Imperial Po- }
unwilling to allow anyone to dictate how he should live, or sub- tentate of the Ancient Egyptian
mit to any premeditated abuse. .Bill Cosby's show will not Arabic Order Nobles of the
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only be together comically, but musically It'll be too much. Mystic Shrine here Thursday. '
Such craftsmen as Jimmy Smith, Julian"Cannonball"Adder- He succeeds Dr. John Henry + fl

ley, Milt Jackson on vibes, and saxmax Eddie Harris will knita Hester of Atlantic City, N.J., :
music tapestry that'll top anything seen on the boob tube In who had held the post for the

aeons past two years. ,' II

The PR man for "The Hong Kong Bar" and the "Westside Dargan, 66, before being 7'.s'
Room," Blake Chatsfield, apparently feels that the clubs elevated' to the Shrine's : 4I
and treats highest office,had served under ,
doesn't need certain members of the black press, ,...
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them with the discourtesy of a slavemaster to his slave In Dr. Hester as deputy Imperial I
1779. Chatsfleld's total disregard for this pillar, Eunice Pye potentate and has been active r
and, at one time Jet's West 'Coast Editor Jim Goodrich, in Shrindom for more than a
have/Is doing Immense damage to the popularity of the two quarter of a century.A .

clubs housed In the fame Century Plaza Hotel And, If native of Daytona Beach, r yy S, 6 n
management don't wake It, the small disdain,that In the demiseof Fla., Mr. Dargan attended
both rooms Sneaking of discourtesies the PR man at Florida _Baptist College. Edward /.4
the Coconut Grove- sn't exactly "right" in selecting atten- waters cOllege ana ,
dees to Ray Charles' opening. ..But he can ride, for awhile, Morehouse College. He Is a 1\

Or at least,until he discovers who's who in black Journa- deacon of Abysstonia Baptist "
lism Actor Fred Williamson treked off to Miami to dohlsthang Church of which U.S.Congressman -
in Otto Preminger's "Tell Me You Love Me, Junie Adam Clayton Powell Is For Your Added Convenience
minister. Mr. Dargan Is active -
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Moon," Davis Roberts, featured actor in Otis Young's"Right
with Ousman Samb of with the National Association -
On, Brother", recently met
Dakar Senegal Mamadou Koulibaly, Prof. Seth Wilson of for the Advancement of
Colored People Legal Defense DRIVE-IN BANKINGOur
Lome, Togoland, Robert Slattery of the State Dept., Richard I 4
Weston discuss Fund, and Is presently deputy
Moyer of UCLA, Barbara Babcock and Edward
master at for the
grand large
the arts of Africa-USA, resulting in the visitors being
invited to both "Right on, Brother" and Robert Hooks' Negro Prince Hall Masonic Grand Drive-In Banking service is the easiest and most
for the State of New
Lodge
Ensemble at toner City Reve Gipson, Incensed at the
handle withdrawals and
convenient for' to
"Truth", wasn't too polite when'she called But, who'sfault York. I way you_ !

Is It when she doesn't TCB? Notwithstanding her potentate The Shriner's stated that hew his Imperial plansare deposits. The service is friendly and fast just

rude other. comments night with,singer the courtsean Edwin Starr of soul in,the was BGW.reallyTCBing. It makes the to strengthen and expand the way you want it. ,Drive jn, and see for yourself.
the Order's program with emphasis -
in-
one wonder where the Revernd went. .. Aretha Franklin,
aid to the
impovisbed
spite of her problems, is yet the talent to top, or tople and youth on particularly those

where Baas Bltoky Williams gone? ...Bltoky, one of te finest to the ghettos and slum areas,
young singers to come along in a long time, has suddenly van- in addition to stressing voter
b/w
Ished Into obscurity Why is "I Wouldn't Change
and economic'education.
"The Man He ,Is" (M-il34), not released. It's definitely the "Unless we can increaseour
best single by a female singer single Motown baS Ques- voter strength to the place
tions In his heart Bob Jones, personality l
? Questions Deep down the heart where It will be vital to the
and is altrustic and kind,and from
PR man, candidates' victory, and unless
.So I shall sleep to peace.. we are trained compete i Miami

in the_mainstream of our eco-

nomy, as black Americans our 6013 NW 7)h Avenue Te/ephone/ 759-443*
Miami TimesAds DO'n't Cost share of this country's bounties -

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22 THE MIAMI TIMES. Fri day, August' 29, 1969 OBITUARYJAMES HOUSEOF ALBERT I



I, I CARDS MEMORIALS DEATHS I IN loving r MEMORIAMIn memroy of my dear On August ALVIN 20, 1969 LEE at 3 I


o'clock In the morning James

.y Alvin Lee departed this life

IN MEMORIAM IN MEMORIAMFor CARD OF THANKS at the Veteran's AdminIstration -
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in Miami, Flo-
: In loving memory of a loving husband,father The family..of the late. ,._ Hospital
and grandfather, rida.He
was the eldest of nine
DEACON EDWARD HIELD children born to Luther and

who died Aug. 27, 1964. Mamie Lee in Edison, Georgia .
The book is closed and the on September 4, 1908. He

prayers have been said, and moved with his parents in
he is part of the countless early childhood to Fort Pierce,

dead and so he has gone I : Fla. where he received his
o where all must go; 'rERNEST formal education at Lincoln

Happy if then someone can Park Academy.

say "I'm better because hepassed I: Here he was converted under George Robert Rogers of

my way." J. B. BlacknellSr.andbecame 139 1/2 NW 37th Street died
an active member of st.!
Aug. 22nd, at Doctor's Hos-

Rowena Hleld, wife k. : : J t' RUSSELLwho Paul Later AME in Church.life he moved to pital. Survivors include: Mo-
---- Emily Russell, daughter
departed this life Aug. ther, Mrs. Albertha Rogers,
Miami Fla. where he resIded
MRS. MARY JACKSONwho Maebell Rahmings, daughter one sister two brothers and
,
departed this life Sept. Susie Dennis, daughterand 29,1965. until his death. Then he JoinedSt. relatives and friends.
1 1965. grandchildren Your memory lingers on. Paul Methodist Church,but many
,
Services will be held Saturday
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111 health forced him to retire
Four sad lonely years have MRS EMILY BARKLEY Victoria Russell and Family at 11 a.m at St. Agnes.
from active membership.He .
since
passed went
you away. sincere
wish to
express
A precious one from us is goneA IN MEMORIAM thanks to all of our friends leaves behind his widow, John Willard Franklin of

voice we loved is still. In loving memory of our and neighbors who helped to CARD OF THANKS Ada; one daughter, AnnIe 17231 SW 101st Avenue died

A place is vacant in our home dear son, brother, and grandson console and comfrot us durIng Thanks in the Midst of Grace Mann; son-in-la1 Aug. 22nd at 17421 Homestead
which can never be filled. our recent bereavement. Sorrow Charles Mann; four grand- Avenue. Survivors include:

All is dark within our dwelling; Special thanks to Father Sta The family of the late, children, Nathan, Barry,Dar- Mrs. Orssie Maw Franklin,
lonely, MAYME ryl and Carla, four brothers, two daughters, three sons,
TARLTONof
for J, Sweeting and the mem- C.
In our hearts today,for the one bers of Christ the King Afri- Cincinnati, Ohio, who pas- Rev. Luther Lee of Opalocka, four sisters. Services will be
we loved so dearly Joseph W. Lee of Fort Pierce, Saturday at '4 at Mt.
p.m.
can Orthodox Church, and the sed away in Miami, Florida,
Earl Lee of Philadelphia Gra-
Has forever passed away. Young Funeral Home. on July 9th wish to express Siam
Lee of Fort Pierce four
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Gone but not forgotten. ;
appreciation to the friends
sisters, Mrs. Bertha Kelly of Mrs. Elsie Alma Bissett of
The Lessie GreenandJack- 1 Mr. & Mrs. Mack Barkleyand neighbors and organizationsfor Boston, Mrs. Anna Hepburn of 1741 NW 64th Streed died Aug.

son Families Family their many acts of kind- Philadelphia, Mrs. Grace 24th at Jackson ;Manor Hospital -

ness and sympathy during our Pryor California, Mrs.Em- Survivors include: One

CARD OF THANKSThe recent bereavement. ma Foxx of Fort Pierce; one brother, three sisters. Ser-
x IN MEMORIAMIn aunt, Mrs. Ella Brantley of vices will be held Saturday,
of 4x
,family M.yf M loving memory of my Mr. & Mrs. Charles L. WIl- Fort Pierce and other nieces, at 2 p.m. 'at Peaceful Zion

father, liams and Family nephews, relatives am Baptist church.
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friends. Michael McGhee of 28028

IN MEMORIAM Memories are treasures no New York Avenue died Aug.
one can steal. 23rd at Homestead Airforce
D M Death is a heartache nothing Hospital. Survivors include:

EARL A. WHITE JR. can heal. his parents Mr. & Mrs. Louis
who departed this life August f ra Some may forget you now McGhee, one brother. Ser-

29, 1966. Gone but not for- "Fr 4 that you are gone. vices were held Wednesday,
gotten. But we shall remember no at 2 p.m. in the Perrine cha

There's an open door at the matter how long.
end of the road The call was short the shock pel.Albert Traylor 1861 NW

Through which each must go F severe 66th Street died Aug. 22nd.
,. alone To part with some one whomwe Survivors Include: three nie-

And there is 'a light we can- loved so dear. ces one step-son J.C.Reese
MRS. LUELLA FOWLER :: ,
THOMPSONwish not see, one nephew and one brother.
to thank all their friends Our father claims his own. GEORGE H. GARDINERwho The Lee FamilyIN Services will be held Satur-

and neighbors for thoughtfulacts passed August, 1949. 1er day, at 4 p.m. in the Liberty
of kindness extendeddur- Alice Pinckney, mother City Chapel.
REV. T. A. ROC LE 33
Barbara Forbes and Sandra Mary H. Gardiner daughter
ing their breavement.We Morton sistersMr. 18941966Rev. MEMORIAMFor Mrs. Juanita Cooper of 520
would like to say a Thomas A. Rolle wasa NW 5th Avenue died Aug.22nd.
special thanks to Father lam- & Mrs. S. White, grandparents CARD: OF THANKSThe man who walked in dignityand a loving mother,grand- Services will be held Wednesday -

bert Sands, Range Funeral honor among his peers. mother, and great'grandmo- at 4 p.m. in the Liberty
Earl White, father wife and of the ther who
family this life
departed
Home and members of St.
Survivors include
The kind of man that he was City Chapel. -
Agnes Episcopal Church. May late, remains In the memory of Aug. 4, 1966. : one dear friend, Mrs.

God bless all of you. IN MEMORIAMIn those who knew.him--A man OLIVE MATTHEWS Thelma Davis.

The Family .. among men; a Mason among A loving smile we loved to see Mrs. Susie Mae Garland of
of
loving memeory my Masons. Because he was a and a voice we loved Is stillA
.. 570 NW 22nd Street, died Aug.
beloved mother and sister -+;
CARD OF THANKS ,w :: p... peaceful man, he sleeps the place Is vacant In our home 23rd at Jackson Memorial

4W: .. ...:. sleep of peace enfolded in the which never can be filled. Hospital Survivors include:
The family of the late of the Some think for-
Grand
arms Worthy may you are husband, Levg Garland, seven
ra'r ,f.' Patron of the Universe.IN gotten
.
.i3!" sons; Robert, James and Al-
"..: >iI'... .4&j .. MEMORIAMIn hough on earth you are no bert Pierson; Michael,Foster

... more and Keith Garland; three
&j\:: ":; : memory of the late But in memory you are withus daughters, Hattie Brown,Bar-
\.,. ., -' "" '"'"""' ''''''' ''''' as always as
were
", .J,;\; ,'.. :;-7' :t .I you bara and Debra PIerson. Ser-
before. vices will be held Saturday,
.
Sadly missed daughters: at 2 p.m. in the Liberty City
Mrs. Dorothy Matthews Chapel.
Mrs. Winifred Brooks
Mrs. Carletha Scavella, John Wesley Hopkins of 1628
rtI. 1 granddaughterMr. NW 154 Street, died Aug.17th.

,.,,, T Oliver Burnett, grandson Survivors include:, Mrs. Johanna -

\,,;,*\, C '...! ...J.r ,REV. CHARLES LEWIS Hopkins, wife; two sons,
4 .. '{ '"" .j.. wish to thank the many friends ..4 Mr. Anthony.Scavellagreat Darryll and. Shawn; parents;
: i F
+ lf axfM .
4 ...rr. :m for all":acts of kindness and' grand Mr. & Mrs.,John Wesley Hop-
,sympathy during their bereavement tins Sr.: four brothers and one
ANNIE JOHNSON
M. -
a. sister. Services were held
.... : CARD.OF THANKSMRS.
----- who' passed into life's eternalon Saturday, August 23rd at St.

PERCIVAL EVANS August 28, 1964. MOLLIE KNOTT Phillips Catholic Church at
who died Aug 3rd at Jackson Five have since 11
years passed CARD The family wishes to thank a.m.
OF THANKSThe
i Memorial Hospital wish to express you slipped away; your pre- an neighbors and friends for Solomon Oliver of 2751 NW
I I sincere thanks to all of sence has been missed, but an kindness of floral
prayers, 51st Street, died Aug.21st. He
of late
the
I our friends and neighbors who there is in family
1 comfrot the thought pIeces and food. Special Is survived by Mrs. Mazeline
I helped to console and com- that you are at rest with God.. MRS. LULA STORY a thanks to the House of Al- liver. Services were held
frot us, by extending your Gone but not forgotten.
J t who departed this life Aug.4th Monday 3 p.m. at the Kingdom -
j r heartfelt sympathy during our May her soul rest in peace bert.May
God bless
each of Hall
wishes to thank neighbors and you. Jehova Witnesses.
REV. WJLJLIE W.GAMBLE
recent bereavement. Through and light perpetual shine
telegrams, cards, letters, upon her. friends for their kindness during When I shall come to the end The FamilyIN Eddie Lee Riggin of 2181

telephone calls, beautiful our bereavement for of my way, when I shall rest NW 155th Street. Died Aug.21

I flowers of condolence, covered Mrs. Fannie Morton,daughterMrs. cards, food, and flowers. Al- at the close of Life's day at Jackson Memorial Hospital.

(i dishes, contributions, EffIe Baldwin, sister so' their precious time and When 'welcome home' I shall Arrangements are incompleteat
visits to our home, and many sweet words of sympathy. We hear Jesus say 0 that will MEMORIAMIn the moment.

,'.I' other acts of kindness shown want to thank everyone who be Sunrise for me. Buster Reid of 1920 NW

us. Special thanks to Bethany CORRECTION was concerned. Also Rev. Your life here is over and sad but loving memory 152nd 'Street, died Aug. 14th
\ S.D.A. Church, pastor R.L. Shipp and Sis. Hopkins' for day light is passed, heavens CLEVELAND GEEwho at Fountain head
H Woodfork and Senior Usher: On The Card of Thanks arrangIng"the funeral and all harbor anchor is cast,you can departed this life Autr Home. Survivors include Nursing
two
Board you have helped to make for the late Mr. Audrey Hale the member s of the Beth- see Jesus your Savior at last. 17, 1964. daughters, LIllie Glenn:and

t, "I 4 my burden lighter.: May God there was an oversIte on the lehem Baptist Church and all Oh that will be sunrise for you. Gone but not forgotten.Ella Rosette, three brothers two
the members of the church. .
all address of the neighbors of '
beStow. sisters
his blessings upon three sons-in-law
;
,of you.Mrs. 1441 and 1431 NW 71st St. May God bless you all. Your children: Archie, Lu- Mae Gates, sister Services' were held MOnday'Aut
who sent donations cille and devoted wife Geneva Thomas
Queen' sister'
mother ,
Evans 25th
Julia W. at New
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I RANGE BAIN'S RICHARDSONMrs. ST. PETERS NEW BETHELRev. BROWNSVILLE

William Jefferson of 1517 Rosa Bryant of 235 Canon C. F. Cooper, rector BAPTIST
NW 7th Ct. died Aug. 22 in Elizabeth Bain reporterThe Ernest Williams, pastor
NW 22nd Ter., died Aug. 20. Rev. F. L. Johnson, pastor
Punta Gorda Fla. Services St. Monica's Guild will Alice Harris,reporter
Services were held Tuesday, Elizabeth Wright, reporter
were held Thursday at Convict a round trip to Key There will be a Soul Straw
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from St. John Baptist Church. sponsor There will be a special La-
Baptist Church. Survivors Survivors include two sisters, West on Sunday, Aug. 31st at Ride on the 2nd Saturday in bor Day service rendered at

include his father one brother, one brotherinlaw 6 a.m. The bus will leave 1618 September (13). Sponsored by the church on Sunday,Aug.31,
Jimmy; mother Nomie Dell NW 1st Court stopat1749NW55th Sis. Louise Meadows and Sis.
nieces and nephews.Mr. at 11 a.m. The pastor is ask-
Davis; one grandfather; one St. then proceed to Key Lillion Burrows in behalf of ing all members to attend.All
grandmother. Simon Alvin Fife of West. Hot dinners will be Women's Day.Donation is 50f. visitors
are welcome.
Booker T. Pollok of 436 SW 14960 Buchanan Street, Rich- served while there. Ticketsare In behalf of Women Day at
3 confe-
8th Ave., Homestead died Aug. mond Heights, died Aug. 26, $1.25. For further infor- New Bethel Baptist Chruch, rence Wednesday will ,be Sept.held, at the
21..Services will be held Sat- at Jackson Memorial Hospital. mation contact Mrs. Wilson you are invited to attend a tea church at 8
The
urday at Shiloh Baptist His survivors are three 374-8520. at the home of Mrs.Kelly, 6504 and officers p.m. pastor
are all
urging
Church Homestead. Survivors brothers, Chispin, Edmond, NW 14th Court, Sunday, Sept. members to attend.KELLY'S
include his wife Marie; three and Benjamin all of Miami; 14, at 2 p.m. Sponsored by .

daughters Rebecca, Theresa four sisters, Geraldine San- NEW HOPE Mrs. Rose Lee Harris and

and Belinda; mother Daisey; ders, Viola Braynan, Nora Mrs. Kelly. CHAPEL
Rev. W. E. Sims pastor
,
three brothers and four sisters Marie, and Hazel Fife of the
Mrs. Beatrice Cooper of Bahamas; one aunt Hilda De- Elaine Gilbert, reporterOur Sunday, the Stewardess
ST. BETHANY SDAP.
1876 NW 52nd St., died Aug. Chester Eppinger of 544 SW meritt of Miami; two uncles revival meeting is now Board celebrates their anni-

26 at Parkway General Hospital 3rd Ave. died Aug. 24atJackson Samuel White and Jonnie Nic- bers in process and friends we urge all mem- L. Woodfork, pastorG. versary. Come and bring a
to and
She was a teacher at Hospital. Services will be klewhite of the Bahamas. share In this come Thompson, reporterS friend and let's have a fine
soulsavingcam-
Floral Heights Elementary held Saturday at St. Paul Bap- Services will be held Fri- paign. The evangelist Is the a m u e 1 Adolphus proudly time.
School. She is survived by a tist Church. Survivors include presents The Samuelettes ina Saturday is picnic day for
29th at 1030am.
day, August Rev. R. W. William of Pom-
son; her father William Bur- seven daughters and three in the chapel. Beach. musical "The Love of God", Kelly's Chapel.Seeking the aid
roughs, Sr.; two brothers sons. pano Sunday, Sept. 14 at 4:30atMl- of our adult members to make
The all
David Young and William,Jr.; or pastor urges members For tickets and further infor this a highly successful day.
various auxiliaries to
five sisters Catherine Mrs. Mae Willie Killerbrew mation contact Gwendolyn Come bring your swimsuitSand
11 ANNUAL WOMEN'SDAY him Second
Daniels, Betty Brown, Gladys of 800 High Street in Burlington tist accompany Bap- -Thompson, president at leave your problems at the
Church afternoon
Haynes, Vera M. and pearl N. J. died Aug. 19 in Bur- on Sunday 693-0076. beach.
AT CORINTHThe
at 300 The Rev. J.
Young. Services will be held lington, N. J. Services were p.m.
A. Ferguson of Rich-
pastor
Saturday at St. James AME held Tuesday at Zion AME in women will celebrate mond Heights. PRATT'S KINDERGARTEN

Church, 11 p.m., Homestead. Survivors include their 11th annual women's day

Solomon Bostic, Sr. of 5003 her husband Milton; mother August 31. Morning worship, 2925 NW 58TH STREET

NW 24th Ave., died Aug. 21. Janie Gordon. with our dynamic speaker at NEW,MT. MORIAHRev. 635-3161

He was a member of the Smiling Jessie Wright of 932 NW 12 her best, Sis. Sallie Caroline, TRANSPORTATION (Pick-up & Delivery)
Jubilees Gospel Group of of New Providence. Sis. Val- A. L. Shipp, pastor
Miami. He is survived by his St. Fla. City died Aug. 19. dez Murray, soloist along with Sis. Evelyn Souter, reporterThe HOT MEALSREGULAR CLASS WILL
Graveside servics held AND A SPECIAL DANCE
were CLASSES
wife Mary Lee;four daughters various ladies from all over Sunday School wish to

Ollte M., Mary L., Mattie and Wednesday. the city participating.At thank Sis. F. Pierce, Bro. H. BE OFFERED.
Annette; five sons Ed, James, Edward Mayo of 1504 NW 3 p.m. Musical Youth Johnson and all that participated PLAY AREA REST PERIOD

Leotis, Roosevelt and Solomon 5th Ct. Fla. City died Aug. 24 Hour with a variety of jr. for their anniversary.The MRS. A. EVANS, OWNER
at Jackson Grave-
Jr.;a stepdaughter Flor- side services Hospital.held Wed- choirs on parade.To Spiritual Melodies An- MRS. HERNANDEZ, SUPERVISOR
ence Jeff cries; a stepson were conclude our Women Day niversary this Friday nite at

Ozzie Harden. Services will nesday. will be our evening speaker, 8 p.m. with a talent and musi-

be held Thursday at Antioch Sis. Annie M. Wright, a mem- cal program. They are askingthe

Baptist, Church. ber of Mt. Pleasant United Methodist cooperation of the church. ATTENTION!

Pfc James Linder, Jr. of Mrs. Bennie E. Hall of 2470 Church. Refreshmentswill The public is invited.
2785 NW 59th St. was killed in NW 59th St. died Aug. 26 at be served all day. The No.2 Choir l sponsora
action in Vietnam. He is program this Sunday nite at
sur- Cedars of Lebanon Hospital.She SINAI If You're FromGeorgia
MT.
vived by his parents James was a former agent with 7 p.m.

and Laura Linder; four brothers Central Life Insurance Com- Rev. Cleo Albury, pastorB. Our monthly conferencewill

Rickey and Daryl Fitzpatrick pany. She is survived by her Boney, reporter be September 4 at 8 p.m.

; Bob and David Linder; husband St. Clair; three sons This week has been desig- Baptismal services are this

six sisters Deloris Wynn. Andrew, Frank and Milton nated as Family Observance Sunday at 9 a.m.

Sharon, Vivian, Janice, Rosy- Hall; five. ,daughters Marie Week.Membership INTERNATIONALHEALTH or West Florida
lyn and Betty Fitzpatrick; his Taylor, Mozelle Pierce,
grandparents 'Mr. and Mrs. Claretha Edwards, Ruth and requested Thursday, at 8p.m. STUDIO .
Henry Smith. Services will be Cassandra; her mother Mrs. for family altar prayer. Complete Exercise'

held Friday, Aug. 29 Walker's Josephine Johnson. Services; Sunday will climax its activities EquIpmentSupervl.ed You entitledto
Temple Church of God In will be held Saturday at St. with Family Day-each byiZeok are

Christ. Paul AME Church. family is asked to together Peltier'
Ozee Morgan of 911 NW during all the worship ser- "Mr. Miami"'
Death
64th St. died Aug. 24 at Jack- Mrs. Sennia Connor of 4253 vices throughout the day. Natural WEIDER Special
Organic Food
son Memorial Hospital. He is NW 15th Ave., died Aug. 19 at The Soul-winning Committee Supplements
survived by his wife Mattie; Jackson Hospital. Survivors will meet Friday,at 8 p.m. Sold 'InsideTelephone

two sons John L. and Horace; include two sons Ernest and in the annex. The pastor requests 759-9423 BenefitsFor
three daughters Helen Glover, Rev. Phillip Beasley;a granddaughter the presence of the 746 NW 62nd Street

Elvira Williams and Lorraine Clayzell Mobley. membership.

Morgan; sister Trudy Services were hew Monday, ,
Roberts a brother Wardell. at the House of God Church.. further information

Services will be held Satur- "4 DAY SPECIAL"Fri

day, 1 p.m. at Ebenezer Miss Angela Mainor of 7740

Methodist Church. NW Ninth Ave. died at Jack- Sat Mon Tues.
Mrs. Mattie Fish Haynes of son Memorial Hospital. She ,

16420 NW 19th Ave. died Aug. is survived by her mother BRAND NEW Call 6917661MR

20. She is survived by her son Helen Mainor. Arrangementsare -

A. B.j; her uncle Walker Hen- incomplete.
derson and a dear friend AnneB. 1969 AUTOMATIC
Wallace. Services were Clyde Kendrick of 3162 NW I

held Tuesday at the House of 42nd St. Apt. 4 died Aug. 20

God Church. at Cedars of Lebanon Hospital. -

Sandra Yvonne Dixon of 844 He is survived by his wife

NW 70th St., died Aug. 20.She Bamma; a stepdaughter Willie ZIG-ZAC
is survived by her parents M. Scott; a sister Dorfe Jack- rs tr.

Roland and Dessie Dixon; her: son and a brother Matthew.
grandmother Mrs. Eura D. Services were held Saturdayin 1 NOW ONLY

Fleming. Services,were held the chapel.
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NEW MACEDONIARev. n

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Willie J. Beard, reporterThe
members of Choir No. ICIz
1 wish to thank everyone who
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helped to make their 7th Anniversary -

a success.
Y
Youth Day will be held Sun- ti
day. The morning speaker will 1

be Bro. Earl Washington.

On Sunday afternoon, the
Jr. church of Mt. Aaron M.B.
Church will be in charge of

;n gnu 3Jn fflljiirrlj Smtiay services.On ,

Sunday night, Bro. Ray R
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Crume and the Zion-
DRAKE MEMORIALRev. COMMUNITY BAPTISTWest Tones and other groups of the h A'.t t .

J.W. Dunn, pastor city will render a musical
Mrs. NT. Green, reporterThe Hollywood, Fla. program.Rev. .
Rev. B.L. Mack, pastor Perry Whites will be .

pastor Is asking all Robbie Dailey, reporter preaching Friday night, Sept.
Deacons, members, ushers Community Baptist ob- 12 at St. Matthew Freewill
and choir members to pleasebe served their First Women's ,Baptist Church, 6700 NW 2nd I

present at St. Paul AME Day Sunday, Aug. 24th. Total Ave. He's asking Choir No. 1 .. .
\
Church, Sunday at 3 p.m. We amount raised was $2,107.We and Ushers' Board No. 1 to accompany '

are in charge of the afternoon wish to thank everyonefor him. ....... ':. .
service for Rev. Kelly and helping to make this pro- The Ministers' Deacons' '. ,( '
his congregation.The gram a success. THe pastoris Union working under the Sea- 'ttI..A.. .Je
pastor wishes to thank sponsoring a Breakfast in board Baptist Association !

Rev. Otis Mundy for taking honor of Mother Leola Mc- convene with New Bethel M.B. '.

care of the morning and even- Coy, Sunday morning, Aug. Church, 4204 NE 7th Terrace, 1
ing worship services on last 31st, at 8 a.m. at the homeof Ft. Lauderdale, Rev. H, Wil-

Sunday, Mr.: & Mrs. Stevens. son pastor. ., ,' I
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MT. TABOR CHRI STIANFELLOWSHIP APPRECIATIONWhen .'
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Rev. James Hendon, pastor we count the bessings :-''''' J'1'' ,'*
Wilhelmina Sands,. reporter Rev. P. S. Brown, pastorM. that God has so freely sent, :" l. :
On Sunday, Aug. 31st at L. Nixon, reporterThe we will find no cause for mur- ,"" 't i .
is having a seriesof t,1f ..A.
3 at Ebenezer Baptist BTU if,
p.m. moring and no time for lament, ""t" ;' .'
church, Hallandale, Fla. Rev. programs and inviting all for our Heavenly Father loves : /1fl. ....

Foster, pastor, Rev. Hendon youth and parents to attend all of us, and to him all things
will preach the closing sermon every Sunday at 5:30 p.m.held are plain, so he never sendsus Youth Of Antioch Raised $1,527 I
for the Ministers' and Dea- Prayer meeting is pleasure when our soul's

con's Union, all members and every Thursday night at the deep need is pain.So wheneverwe Anthoniette Turner (center) rie Phillips, $132.71, Dorothy speeches were inspiring and
friends are asked to accom- home of Deacon Washington. are troubled and everythinggoes won the hearts and supportof Cofield, $130.00 and Shirley informative.The .
him to this clsoing meet- Members who did not pay the members and friends of
pany wrong it is Just God Mathis, 2500. chairman, Ralph Mc-
ing.Cars their pledges Sunday, pleasedo working in us to make our Antioch Baptist Church on The Youth Day Observanceswere Cloud, and co-chairman, He-
$ will leave the churchat so as soon as possible. spirit strong.To Friday night, July 25th, when climaxed onSunday,July zekiah Pratt worked very di-

2:30 p.m. T. LUKERev. the pastor,'officers and she was chosen "Miss An- 27th, with speakers for the legently to help make thingsrun
members, Choir No. 2, Ward tioch of 1969" over 5 other morning and evening services. smoothly.

FIRST EMANUEL P.W. Williams, pastor No. 16 of Mt. Zion Baptist beautiful girls. She reported Brenda McQueen of Antiochwas thank to our friends
BAPTIST Kathleen Streeter, reporterThe Church, officers and membersof $300.50. Runners-up in the the morning speaker and Many
who helped to make this daya
Rev. J. E, Wright Sr., pastorWe the Pink Carnation Circle, contest were (right) Lawania Nelson Adams Jr. of St. John cherished memory. Grand
Women's Day Committee Bishop and Mrs C.A.Knowles Wright, first, who reported spoke at the evening services.
"'- were so glad to have would like to thank those and the host of kind friends, $185.00 and ( left ) Cathy Both speakers spoke from the total raised this year was

our pastor and his family who came out on Sunday af- for your visits, cards, gifts, Coachman, second, who reported theme: "The Youth With The 152726.
back from their vacation on
ternoon to the "Building Fund and prayers during my long $175.00. Other young Problems of Today For Bet- Rev. PW. Wiggins is mini I
last Sunday. Tea." Special thanks goes Illness. ladies participated were Vale- ter World Tomorrowl" The ster.
There' will be an old fashion to Mrs. Corine Major, who
gospel singing this Sunday Sincerely,
served as the Mistress of
night at 8 p.m. Featuringthe Ceremony and also Mrs. C. C. Miller MT. PLEASANTOn NEW PROVIDENCERev. TEMPLEThe

Wright's Singer's of Miami Christine Elmore who was the

and many other groups will ap- guest speaker.ST. Sunday, Aug.31 the youth C. J. Burney,pastor members will worshipon
#, pear on the program. Admis- NORTH MIAMI NEWSOak will sponsor a Homecoming Arsula Edwards,reporterThe Sunday at St. James Baptist
,sion $1 in advance at the door. Church corner NW 2nd Ave.
Grove Baptist Church program at 3:30 p.m., 2010 Ministers and Deacons
MATTHEWS wish to thank all their many Lincoln St., Qpa-locka.. The Union is now in session with and 49th St.where the quarterly -

LILY WHITE NEWS Rev. Randall, pastor friends for their help in mak- speaker will be Mr. Theron the New Bethel M. B. Church, meeting of the Ministersand
Wynell Turner, reporter ing their women's day a great Carson and everyone is cor- 4204 NE 7th Ter. Oakland Deacons Union of the At-
Speaking of happiness Mr.
Women's Day will be held success. dially invited. Park, Fla. Rev. H. Wilson is lantic Coast Baptist Associa-
:and Mrs. Jimmy Gaines
are the second Sunday in September. Mr. Ollie Castelow and son Rev. William Mack, pastorand pastor. tion is in session.
(the proud parents of a baby
( All women are requiredto Fred, have returned home Mrs. Corrine Brant di- The Choir No. 1 will be In a The Temple family extends
born
boy Aug. 14.
pay $15 and men $10. from their vacation. rector. battle of song with St.Matthew deepest sympathy to Mr.Her-
his in
Celebrating birthday
is The No. 2 Ushers' Board .Freewill Choir No. 1 at the bert McClain and Mrs. Zora
August Phillip Knight.
church Sunday at 3 Ferguson whose sister died
anniversary
will celebrate their p.m.
Don't forget the bus trip to
The male chorus will last Sunday.
Silver Springs on August 31. the fourth Sunday in Sep- spon-
tember. sor a musical program Sun-
Please all members don't
,
forget day evening during the wor- ST. JAMES
the meeting, Sept. 8 to3. ,', i.,., ship service. The Miami AU
report on the tickets. '
: ANTIOCH
Stars will be
Juanita McCloud, reporter.. special guest. Rev. T. S. ,Johnson, pastor
Rev P.W Wiggins, pastor The Minister and Deacons'

Dinettie Cobb, reporterAll ST. MARY'SRev. Union will meet at St. James

ST. PAUL A.M.E, August 28-31. There will bea
youth are urged to please H. V. Stuart, pastor cross section of personalities -

Rev. T. C. Kelly, Jr., pastor attend Jr. church meeting : 4 Members Women's Day is on program, the public is
;Mary M. Amos, reporter every Saturday at 4 p.m. Just around the corner, don't invited. Dinners will be served
On the 3rd Sunday in Sept. forget your assessments. for(delegates and friends,4875
the Sunday School will hold Your Is NW 2nd Ave.CHRISTIAN .
Sunday, Aug. 31st, we the captain your class .
members of St.Paul will cele- its Annual Family. Hour leader, please pay her
The Jr. Matrons will spon- Home from the
,bjrate our church's 55th An- hospital is
niversary. Our morning sor a Music Festival, Sunday, Bro. Calvin Adderly and Sis. VALLEYElder

speaker will be Bis. Collins 'Sept. 28th. Leonora. Johnson of NW 69th ,
of the 11th Episcopal Districtwill St. A. Ford, pastor

give the message. NEW BETHEL AME Blondie Higgins,reporterThe

Remember to attend "Love Goulds, Fla. ST PETERSArch
Feast" Friday nite before the Ministers and Deacons
1 st Sunday. The pastoris Bishop Wilkie Primate Union will meet this Saturday
asking that as many members Didicatorial services will L. G. Bode, reporterWe nigh t Sunday at Christian
and officers to plan now be held for our new organ are sponsoring a gospel Valley, asking all pastors and
to attend this service. and our new piano, our new and episcopal contest which their members to attend this
Bibles and Hymn books, flags will terminate September 28. meeting. Elder A.Ford presl-
i and alter setings. We ,request each member and ding.

Dr. S.A. Cousin, presiding friends to rally to the cause,
NEW SHILOH Elder of the Miami District our location is 1811 NW 4th MILLROCKRev.
of the AME Cburch.MEMORIAL Lady Chapman Chapter No. 141, Order of Eastern Court

Rev. A. M. Griffin, pastor Stars celebrated their first anniversary Sunday, August Andrew Jackson
pastor
{ Sis. Pastor's Ella Elam A Id,Board reporterThe will 17, at 5598JS NW 7th Avenue. JORDAN GROVERev. Sin.. E. Jackson, reporterThe ,

have a Do-It-Your-Self program TEMPLE Seated from left to right'are:'Sisters Agnes Chap Douglas Cook, pastor president of the

s Sunday at 3 p.m. Rev. LC. MicUns, pastor man, D.G.M:, Ellen White! W.M., Az/e Lee Johnson, and Eddie Gilbert, reporter mission: society will have home a.
will be baby con Lucille Beckett, reporter The men will
a
There sponsor a nightof Bar
Second Sisters Catherine BQ sale
Bessie Erving. Ham
row, Saturday at the
Sunday School Teachers talent this
test here Wed. night, Sept. Sunday night.The home of
Leather Deaton, Susie Johnson, Beatrice Corker, and Sis. C. Harris. We
24th at 8 p.m. between Cassandra Meeting, Wednesday evening public is invited to come out are asking
e Matchett and Angela 7 p.m. Choir rehearsal, and Lottie M. Grady. 'Third row, Brother Geo'e Walker, to see and hear talents known to please all the members

Chain in behalf of the Borne' Junior Ushers Board meeting Sisters Rose Green and Eunice Sweets, and Brother and unknown. Brother Leroy The address support is 5929 their sale.

Mission Anniversary. 8p.m. Willie Folds Anderson, chairman. st. NW 59

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I would like to present a let- I would really like
ter I received in responce to to say is that someone at"city
Elder J. W. Wilson and congregation would one of my previous articles: hall" is reading The Miami
like to extend a warm and cordial invitation to all Traffic Control Supervisor Times and is taking an interestin

of you to come and visit the church and enjoy the Traffic and Trans. Dept. this community.With .
services. Metropolitan Dade County the death of our beloved

For your comfort, the church is fully air-con- 1351 NW 12th Street Robert F. Kennedy, the nation
Miami, Florida quickly responded in renaming
ditioned. For convenience
your we provide transportation
public buildings and streets in
for services to and from the church. Time: Gentlemen: his memory. To the sports

Thursday 8 p.m. and Sunday, 11 a.m. and 8 p.m. It has come to my attention fans, this "renaming policy"is

For your added convenience, we have a wonderful that there should probably be a easily noted in the renamingof
Sunday School service which we would like to have traffic light at the intersectionof D. C. Stadium to Robert F.
Congratulations to Miss Eartha Lee Swain, daughter of your children with us each and Sunday. NW 58th Street and 12th Ave. Kennedy Memorial Stadium.We .
every
Mr. & Mrs. Swain of 14500 Monroe Street. Eartha receivedher During the morning and will always I rememberhim
B.S. Degree on Aug. 24th from Tenn. A. & I University Phone: 6930481. Church: 9000 NW 20th Avenue. evenings rush hour traffic a 'cause Bobby was a great

In Nashville, Tenn. Mr. & Mrs. Swain's daughter, Betty YOUNGLAND U.S.A. Kindergarten is open all sum driver who is on 58th Street man.
attended the graduation exercises. mer. We keep children from 6 months of age to 10 has to wait up to two minutes Two months before Ken.
Visiting with Sgt. & Mrs. Chuck (Helen) Williams of years of age. Call and Register Now. 693-0481. before he gets a break to con- nedy's asslassination by Sir-
14861 Polk Street is Mrs. Diana Ramey from California. tinue across twelfth Avenue han B, Sirhan, Martin Luther
Houseguest of Mrs. C. Pratt and family are Mrs. Ast- --------- on fifty-eight Street. lam told King,Jr. was cutdown by a sni
wood, her son, Colin, and daughter, Patrice, from Nassau, SOCIAL SECURITY that drivers become so irri- per's bullet. With King's
Bahamas. :Carver <+-ot, tated by the wait that they dart death, the "renaming policy"
Home on military leave for five days during the month of PERSONALITY OF across the front of oncomingcars slowly but surely took place.
August was Phillip Allen. He is presently stationed in as though they didn't Public buildings streets, and
Norfolk, Virginia. THE WEEK Ranches care what happened. should monuments now became Mar-

William Weathers the son of Mr. and Mrs. W. WeathersIs Miss Bowen got her first I suggest that a survey be made tin Luther King's this, that,
home on military leave from Vietnam. William receivedhis Job at the Model City Social News and see if this problem can and the other. King, the recipient -
basic training at Lockman Air Force Base in Texas, he'sa Security office through the be corrected. of the Nobel Peace
specialist in Administration. While overseas he visited Florida State Employment By Walter Bow Your immediate attentionwill Prize, received acclaim from
Bangkok,Thailand and many other areas. He wishes to thank Service. Alfredda popularly IJ -------. be greatly appreciated.Very all over the world for his fine
one and all for the warm welcome he received when he arrived known as"Freddie"began her The VFW. Post No. 8195to truly yours, work towards maakind. With
home. job through the South Florida meet Sunday, Aug. 31st at Irwin G. Christie this in mind, the people of Atlanta -
To all of the young men and women who are leaving to Neighborhood Youth Corps on 4 p.m. All officers and mem- Commissioner Christie should remember King
further their training at various colleges and universitieswe June 23rd, and will work bers are asked to be presentat stated in the letter that he also, in the renaming of their
wish you much success In all your endeavors. Go forth through August 30th before this meeting. Business of would suggest'a survey be Atlanta Stadium. This would
with open minds to accept new truths and be ever mindful returning to Miami Beach High importance, at the post on made of this intersection. A- only be right. We will always
that all knowledge is but a high degree of probability and that School where she will be a Pembroke Rd. Madison James bout a week or so later, I remember him, 'cause Mar-
we "know in part." May your religious concepts and con- senior next year. Commander. Nelson Morris noticed that four automobile tin was a great man.

victions grow along with your academic training. Always ._- ...- Quarter Master. counters were placed at the When the Florida legisla-
remember that you represent your home, your school, your Don't forget the Big-Bar- intersection. The counters ture made some changes in
church and your community. God Bless You. .. ........ B-Q; at the post home on La- consist of a metal box with a driving days, it included right
,.The following students will enroll as freshmen for the ...... .,. e bor Day. Come out and en- rubber hose that is stretched turns on red after yielding to
1969-70 school year: Albany State: Dwight Palmore and t joy yourself, plenty of re- across the roadway. Every- all traffic and pedestrians
Tim Burrows; FSU: William Richardson; North Carolina ; t;;; freshments. Door prizes to time a car rolls over the hose, Apparently, many of us did not
State: Robert Anderson, Daryl Simmons, and Larry Black; ....i be given away. the counter will automatically listen or remember the second
Fort Valley: Walter Reid;' FAMU: EarlHagtiabrook, Belinda J' -'toll! The Carver Ranches Fire register, the car. half of this change. The other4
Copeland, Willie Harris, Charles Bethel, Linda Harrison and ., Itrn ... Dept. meets every Monday The possibility of a traffic half provided the execution of
Agartha Laing; Clark College: Cathy.Fife, Myra Hudson and {j n1 night at 8 p.m. All officers light being placed at this intersection a left turn on red when you are
Johynce Bullard; University of Miami: Wilhelmena Brown; and members please be pre- will dependprl- on a one-way street and going
Howard University: Rodney Young, Marvin and Kenneth Palm. r..r' ;f \\j/ i "''+ sent.' marily on the decision of the onto a one-way street.UthereIs
Carol Williams Dental School: Beatrice Richardson; Eastern '-" The Poinsettia Social and Metro Control En- any question in mind, con-
Kentucky: Douglas Greene, Jackie Ray Miller and Edward WI I 1 IE'IJ I- Civic Club are planning for gineers. This is a minor tact your local office of the
King; Southern University: Charles Williams and Rodney Cole r 'ilill, their first fall dance Friday, premise. Florida Highway Patrol.
Bethune Cookman: Carol Wright and Henry Britt; Penn- \ Sept. 12th, at the Elks Clubin
sylvania State: Terrance Pinder; Lincoln University: Pris- Ft. Lauderdale. Starringthe
MERCHANTS WHO
cilla Redding and Renee Walace; Miami Dade: Debra Jones, ... )II !! Quotations, music by the ADVERTISE IN THE'MIAMI

Cathy Blain, Irving Hanna, Kathryn Adderly, Robert John- ? MISS BOWEN Royal Dukes Rhythm.Mr. TIMES ARE TELLING YOU THEY
son and Robert Lampkln; Computer College: Sherman John- Willie Frank Hardnettof APPRECIATE DOING BUSINESS WITH YOU.
Freddie was born in Cleve- 5412 SW' 24th St. is home
son.As your reporter for the past year I would like to say thatit land, Ohio but has spent four- after spending several weeksin THEY ARE COURTEOUS,> DEPENDABLE.
was a wonderful and rewarding experience. It was my plea- teen of her last seventeen the hospital. He is getting PLEASE PATRONIZE THEMI
sure to be of service to you. At this time I would like to intro- years here in Miami. She along fine. I
duce to you Miss Brenda Washington and ,Miss Renetta lives with her parents Mr. A-
Harrington as your community reporters for the 1969-70 and Mrs. Peoples, two sisters
school year. If you have any church, social, civic or com- and two brothers.In FRANKLIN'S CARPET
munity news please contact either of these young ladles at the
school Freddie took business -
following addresses: 3650 NW Z2ND AVENUE
math American Govern-
Renetta 14861 Polk St.2387438 ,
Brenda Washington Harrington, 14440 Graves Dr.--235-0596 ment, Physical education. She SPECIALIZING IN RUG SALES & CLEANING
,
to attend college with a
plans
COMMERCIAL CLEANING & FLOOR WAXING
major in Physical Education.She .
MT.CALVARYRev. .. enjoys working at the CARPETING CLEANED IN YOUR HOME OR OUR PLANT

S. Atchison, pastor \ local Social Security office and" FREE ESTIMATES IN YOUR HOME CALL 696-9133 OR 635-3641
\ "we all love having her here, I 24
Phyllis Beal, reporter HOUR ANSWERING SERVICES
.. she has her heart set on f -.
.. n w
Baptlsimal services will beheld i ;; ; .' becoming a Physical Education f.M.,rt1 l'
,..\ :w teacher at the Junior
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Sunday at 5:30 p.m.
The Willing Workers wishto High level. fjI

thank everyone who attended jl" No mean feat was Freddie's

I and participated on theft an- : accomplishments at Earllng- I t ,! ?. r I w' I ,
nlversay program. and Brownsville
ton Heights
l lTbe Elementary schools where she

MT. OLIVETT pastor i got earned numerous ribbons awards.and certificates She t 1'1'r' i M

Rev. George Warren, in high jumping 600 an 1t.
Norma J. Lawrence, reporter yard dash, 220 yard dash and
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1 the 50 yard dash.
Sunday will be scholarship
Rev. F. Arthur Reed,
Sunday all members are asked
to contribute $10 for this ef pastor of St. Johns Baptist "Any who,. In tho world
fort. The youth choir will Church, Brooklyn, N. Y., will you want to go"
be singing for Scholarship be the guest preacher at St. TlCKfTSCQfTNO
Church 1328 NW
John Baptist ,
Sunday in their summer uni-
MORe AT"Your
forms. Third Avenue, Miami,Sunday,
Aug. 31. The Rev. T. Johnson
IWJIIftnr'TUYEL
is host pastor.
MT CARMEL Rev. and Mrs. Reed arrived BURMI/
in the city Tuesday at 4 p.m.

Rev. D. A. Bradley,pastor by Eastern Airlines.They Neighborhood Trovol
Louise McGriff,. reporter will attend the Progressive Agonts"As
There ,will be a tea at the National Baptist Convention noor to you as your
Williams during their vacationing here. tolophono. Givo us a call.
home of Sis. Mammie
will WE DELIVER. 7543517. We Carry Brand Name
Sunday afternoon, 1090 While. in the city, they 6105 NW 7th'AvonvoCho CarpetingI
NW 90th St., given by Choir stay at the Moulin Rouge Ho- C. North, Monagor .
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Coast Guard, Assigns: Your Dog


tls r fi. Procurement Office Here And YouBY

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The Coast Guard has recently -
1 VINCE COOPER
instituted a program
designed to enlist more mem- ,
s bers of minority groups into Years ago, while working life. When considering pro-
'. its enlisted and officer ranks.In for a vet, I ran across several tection training your dog,don'tlook
tl1 order to meet the needs s problems while trying to ad- at cheap price, end re-
of this medications to dogs. sults, are worth more money.
Imo d Your program, the Coast minister
that a dog
Guard has assigned 16 mina yA' The most common of these was Also remember
rity procurement officers;one snapping dogs who had never trained is a much more val-
I! Weekly Horoscope to each district office, train- been disciplined before. NOW uable dog money wise.
trainers do not
ing center, and the Academy the problem here is how to Professional
. ,.e,2 it by OLGA These officers will serve in treat the dog and not becomethe work cheap as there always
the areas of public information dogs dinner. Nine times that possibility of being hospitalized -
89-11-01-14-29 is at fault. by one of his stu-
communityrelationsand out of ten,the owner
military personnel procure- When the dog snaps,the owner dents.
ARIES (March 21-April 19): NQw see, here, Aries, thereis ment, classification and train pats it and tells it everythingIs Congrats to Mrs. Carroll
a situation which you must face up to in the coming ing programs. ok. This only encouragesthe and Toby, Mrs. Peavy and Bo
week which just may offend your refined tastes. Do your SAMUEL WILLIAMSHe dog to snap. When In the Bo, Mrs. Marshall and Ki Ki,
best not to show shock. This will The officer who has been ENSIGN
only complicate matters assigned vets office, let their person- Mr. Davis and King, Pepe and
and bring communication to a halt Appear as casual as to the Seventh Coast entered Morehouse College nel take care of your dog and Champion, Riverside Equip-
possible. Guard District in Miami Is In Atlanta and receivedthe I I the best can do to help is ment and Duke, Randys Auto
TAURUS (April 20-May 20): Watch your diet In week Ensign Samuel G. Williams. Bachelor of Arts In Psychology to be as you quiet as possible.To Trim and Frame for completing -
ahead, Taurus. Avoid permitting your vivid imagination to Williams was born in Wash- from Morehouse In those of you who feel their phases of obedience
run rampant. Mate or partner may give you a bit of ington, D. C., but received 1968. He studied at Yale Uni- that dog isn't mean and/or protection.
trouble which will stem from misunderstanding. Get things most of his education in Atlanta versity under the Harvard- your
straightened out before situation gets out of hand. After Yale Columbia Intensive enough, you should realize Good luck to Mrs.Benjamin,
Georgia. graduating
GEMINI (May 21.June 20): Listen, Gem, your nervous from, Henry McNeal Turner --, Summer Studies Program In that a dog gets tired of run- hope your dog has a large litter

energy in week ahead could get you into a pickle if you're High School In May 1964, 1967. Prior to entering the| ning and barking all day with of poodles.

not really foxy. Try not to spread yourself too thin by he attended the University of Coast Guard, Williams was an{ no results. If you feel your him"worked" Call info and questions to
doing too much. Better to concentrate forces. Week dog is mean enough have
your executive trainee with Sears
California ,
at Berkeley duringthe Coopers Canine Service 691-
ends on note of financial confidence. up by a professionalas
CANCER (June 2Wuly 22): A new and exciting person summer of 1964. Roebuck and Company. a_novice. may ruin: him_for 2643.- --
should appear on the scene before week ends. This person 0000(00009900090710000090 0900000000000
will probably be of opposite sex and prove most
challenging to you. You blossom. Liberty City Community CouncilFor New Antioch Moriah Child

LEO July 23-August 22): Keep pace as slow as you can
in coming week, Leo. Don't attempt please everyone. It the past six months the Economic Development Pro- Day Care CenterWITH

can't be done, you know. Please yourself. Prospects good Liberty City Community gram, the Council announcedthe HOT LUNCH AND TWO SNACKS
for new social contact. Council has undertaken exten- opening of a "MiamiDept.
VIRGO (August 23-September 22): Time to get' out sive alterations to it's main Store" under the trade name Open All Day 7 to 5
from under burden which has been bugging you. Reflect.Do office and Its newly acquired "Our Thing". Bernard N.Dy- Licensed By State Welfare
not allow yourself to be imposed upon. Conserve adjoining building at 1260 NW er, the director of the Liberty FREE PICKUP & DELIVERY .
'
energy. 62nd St. City Community Council, revealed 5'Days' A Week ,
LIBRA (September 23-October 22): Opportunity for
that besides being the
advancement favorable in week ahead. Be alert at all times.
4770 NW 7th Avenue 754-2985
The purpose of the renova- first black MiamiDepartment
Secret hope could become reality. Last three days of week
excellent for travel and fun. tion of these buildings is In store In the county, "Our %MI 0 0 0 0 0 P O..O.P 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0,0,8 Q Q 0.0 0.0 8 Q 0 0 0 0 0 0,0flOJ1PROTECY
SCORPIO (October 23-November 21): Check out new tune with a series of changesIn Thing" will, feature an "art
and exciting ideas, Scorp, they could result in the programs of the coun- gallery", book store, Afro YOUR FURNITURE
advancement. Don't be timid. Be confident If necessary, cil. Originally the council was American clothes and also an WITHOUT HIDING ITS BEAUTY
be downright bold.SAGITTARIUS only concerned with organizing. extensive line of black manu- t' CUSTOM MADE '

(November December 21) You, Sag However Its program factured goods. In addition to s y$ PLASTIC FURNITURE
are about to get a new lease on life. A long awaited outlines have been broaden to these Items, "Our thing" will SLIP HOVERS 'I
,. message arrives, and it is In your favor. You will be include system changes and carry a line'.pf regular household CtVITAMIAVT cUAI ,
mentally stimulated. Week ends on note of harmony with neighborhood economic de items. .'"It* LONG UtTINA.AU6*' :

loved one.CAPRICORN velopment. Opening date for the storeIs rill ruuYSNARANTIIO HIITAN ,
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(December 22-January 19): Good week Under the Neighborhood set for mid September.VAW.V.W.W.V.V.W.V. ... tl '

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AQUARIUS (January 20-February 18): You're living at 'rr YOURCHILD DESERVES THE BESTI I ii iiHiiti! SPECIALIZING CAll .

'l. too fast a pace, Aquarius. Cool your motor. If possible,getaway {' Bethany Community f j rm MUM' SLIP'.N PLASTIC COVERS BAT 01MIOMT .
from the scene of the action fora few days. Observe EXCLUSIVELY '
I' nature. Reflect !{r Kindergarten "

PISCES (February 19-March 20) Oh, oh, Pisces, there is .} Hou" of Gretehcn
one who Is about to come into your little orbit who could : ,. \and Day Care Center' J 7 ':;'::
really put you into a spin. This person will encourage you .iJJ S;t. Call anytime 24 hour service 374-5082
1" to expand your horizons. Listen and learn. Then go to itl 2500 NW 50th St. :r.

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LOS ANGELES-Powerful LAUNDRY CONTRACTORS
Grambllng College, which put "Freedom Classic," Is expected in the Pasadena Bowl in Dec- EARL'S ZEBRA LOUNGE CLEANI NG J. H. COPELANDWILLIAMS'
to be an artistic 4400 Nw 7th
Avenue CONSTRUCTION
in and a ember on a note
football a new prospectivefor winning with
financial Earl
Edward
48th T.rrace
success and Prop. 2939 NW
could TAILORS & CLEANERS
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predominately black lure Sacremento State, and would Phones &
schools with appearances in Coliseum.70,000 fans into the like to start the new campaign FUNERALDIRECTORS 1 Day 4842 ServiceAlterations NW 27th Avenue Indu.trlal-Camm.rc{ I

New York's Yankee Stadiumand Last in the same manner. 634.9251 Residential
fall in a similar
the Astrodome in Hous- ture in ven- MANK ER-MILTON
the 1969 season New York, Grambling The Tigers move to New 6701 NW 15th Avenue
ton, opens
and Morgan State drew 64,204 York for the Yankee Stadium 691-9151 A-I LABOR
12 in the
Memorial
here Sept. .
paid fans into Yankee Stadium game with Morgan State on NO FEr PAID DAILY
Coliseum.The netting the Urban League$210, Sept. 20.Alcorn. WINDOW SERVICE Agents Wanted Driver M.n with carl,
will tiff .
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charity contest for the Los Angeles SERVICE Times are wanted all over
will be the famed season in a bowl
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College Tiger Marching Band by defeating Florida All M in Phone: 635-7869 be boys and girls '
or
may Employment
program. the
which
has cavorted Orange Blossom Classic
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John Mack, director of the on three in Miami. adults. Make spending Low.F.-NoMon.y'Down.
Greater Los Angeles Urban major TV networks. DRESS SHOPS mon.y. Write or call Mrs. Restaurant,. Hotel
League, said funds from the Several sets of interesting North American Rockwell, PATRICIA'S, INC. Davis, 6530 NW 15th Ave., Domestic, Factory
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.f ti I' Rattlers/ Appear Strong, QB And Bench Only' Minor; Problems' |> I


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%% TALLAHASSEE-There Is son under head.coach A. S. } r I I, '" '

: an old saying that if you cutoff "Jake" Gaither. )f' a a}
f the head, the legs aM arms The Rattlers lost six lettermen -
; will die by themsleves. (five starters) from
Well, the 1969 Florida At M last years team that won eight
i Rattlers are knee deep in experience and lost two, including the
when it comes to Southern Intercollegiate Athletic -

arms and legs, but only time Conference Champion
will tell if there is a head with ship.
enough quarterbacking ability All can be replaced with experience -
to lead the Rattlers to their personnel except the
25th consecutive winning seaquarterback.. For the first
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I \ HORACE LOVETT RAYMOND WILCOX I

TIME"i if f weakness was pass defense yard range. Lovett isalsothe
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r,v PHIL DIXON : ", year of experience. kicker although he fell down
.' Ij;, Returning starters include last year with 12 in 19 attempts -

.. Leroy Jackson at left end, after kicking 25 in 30
The Dolphins did it finally! They scored more than one Melvin Rogers at left tackle, the year before.

touchdown in a game. From what I've seen so far this year 300 pounder Holly Jones at Anderson will handle all

the offense still. has a few things to correct before the open- middle guard, Gerald White at punting. Last year he averaged ->
ingonSept.l4th. left tackle, Roy G. Howard at
37.3 yards per punt
'Even the magic of Bob Griese, couldn't produce a win for right end, Raymond Wilcox Including five that traveled

the Dolphins. The team, looking very bad during the exhibi- --.L... .. ..-- and Otis Collier at line- better than fifty yards. Ed-
will be of the teams I pick to be a spoiler anda backer and charlton
tion season, one MELVIN JONES AND TOM WALLACEtime ,Leroy wards will handle more punt
contender this year in the A.F.L. in many years the Rat- year with 722 yards in 156 Charles Sasser, and possibly and kickoff returns. He will
With the preps, opening their door next week, under some Daniel Swain in the secondary.All .
tlers go into a season without carries for a 4.6 average, be assisted by Sasser and pos-
new alignment and re-assignment of pupils, I look for more are proven performerswho
an experienced quarterback. and he did it with a bad knee. sibly Alfred Dixon.
power down South. The players that would have attended should give the Rattlers
Vying for the job will be He also caught 18 passes for
Mays, will probably attend Killlan, palmetto and South Dade. southpaw Junior Steve 179 yards and one touchdown. one of the strongest defen- In summary, the Rattlers
Knowing Traz Powell (former head coach at Mays)and the Scruggs, who is the leading Helping Ginn out in the sive teams in Rattler history.In should be' strong in all de-
staff he had, the players from Mays will be an asset to either candidate for the starting po running department will be individual departmentsthey partments except the one that
team. South Dade will get more 0 f the phased out players due sition. Behind him is Dewitt fullback James Owens who rely more on the field counts the most, and that the
to the fact that most of us live in Homestead; and accordingto Anderson, and the darkhorseis shared the duties last year goals than ever in the past. quarterback slot. If either
this year's school board policies there won't be that much Allen Phillip. Phillip is the with Robert Lampkln. Lamp- The main reason being Lovett, quarterback comes through, it
transportatlng of students. The phasing out caused a minor only one of the three with no kin is gone now and Owens who kicked six last year. He should be another typical Rat-
problem with schools that had scheduled Mays for a game, college experience, but,don't should give Ginn trouble when, is very accurate within a 30 tler year.,

f ; however, with i little arrangements a couple of schools that count him out. it comes to yards gained. Last ___uU_uu_ u.....'" uuuu"'" L.....S1......
would not play each other, now have a chance. This Is the year Scruggs has season he had 400 yards In 78 : :;:::::$::::;::::::;:;:;:::::;:;:;:;:;::;;:;:;:;WffS: : : ;::sss s'w:';':':':':';?:iiOOil.: yi::

Last week the young people from Dade County representedthe been waiting for. The 6'1" carries for a 5.1 average.If AJU ;:::
County well in San Diego and Washington, D.C. Joyce IJakson's Toddle Inn'
lefthander has been in the sha- Ginn bets hurt, a host a :
Tinker, Lori Futch, and Kim Chase brought the gold back I
dows for three years, but scatbacks led by Glen Edwards
from San Diego for track, diving,and gymnastics respectfully. 1 i KINDERGARTEN &
here's nothing in front of him will be ready to step In. Ed- NURSERY ;
These young ladies along with some others, went to the Jr. now but opportunity and he has wards is a utility man who will \\\ PRIMARY GRADES Y
Olympics and did a very commendable Job. My Congrats f
worked hard all summer to double as a ''running back and
r. young ladies. make the most of it. flanker. \ Registration; Begins August J?| t
While the girls were collecting gold in the West, a coupleof He has been brilliant' in Because of Edwards the
fellows were doing the same in the East. Coach Walt Cam- : Daily 10 a.m. to 7; p.m. i
spots, excellent signal caller Rattlers will be strong at half- w
bridge had athletes to qualify in 25 of the 32 events at the youth
and beautiful short .
a passer back and flanker. At flanker
in however Alvis Brown Dave Simmons: SPECIALIZE IN CONSCIENTIOUS
Washington WE
games who can throw longer when he Edwards will, back up Kent
and Maethell Smith were the only gold medalsist(long jump has to but not as accurate.At Schoolfield. Schoolfield final mi TRAINING OF YOUNG CHILDREN THE |f

shotput and long Jump respectively). Personally I think Walt this point he will be ly came into his own'as a pass :i: RIGHT'START' IS THE BEST START. EDUf f
and the people that worked along with him in puting the team starting, but Anderson will receiver in 1968. He caught ; CATION NOT EXPERIMENTATION.
together i did a tremendous Job of fiedling a team with only ,
be down his
breathing neck. 22 passes for 361 yards and \
one week's practice together. A. very good Job to the youth Anderson has Scruggs beat four touchdowns.On 3088 NW 48 ferr. '

games participants and coaches. in one department, but a very the offensive line,every-
To keep out of National League West dog fight Fillet important one, and that is the body returns except tight end o,, 634-4308 41There's
everyone pick his own poison: bomb. He threw
only one Alonzo Gilbert, but Benny
Houston1811Los
Cincinnati-19-11
Tea Atlanta-17-10 .
; touchdown pass last season, Johnson a 6'4" 230 pounds
Angeles-20-.10 San Francisco--19--11 but he has demonstrated his and will catch anything near
E 'I 'The trick to this thing I think lies with the out come of bomb throwing ability many him. He led the team in

series played among themselves. times on the practice field.If receptions with 30 for 392
Chump of the Week: You if you think you can pick a winnerIn both Scruggs and Anderson yards and five touchdowns. Saturday at 8 p.m.

the National League West. falter, Phillips could Charles Henderson returnsto
,Sport of the Week: Dick Westmoreland-you looked like you easily step in. He has every- left tackle, Horace Lovettat
still remember how. Congrats Dick. thing he needs but the experience left guard, Jimmy McCa- ORANGE BOWL

and he's good enoughnot skill at center, Walter Spicerat
to let that get in his way. right guard, and Carlmon

When you leave the quarter- Jones at right tackle. 'STADIUMMIAMI
back position, the question All are lettermen who start- W
f
marks disappear. The Rat- ed at their respective posi- /
? tlers are strong at every of- tions last year. Ready to
fensive position. The only step in are lettermen Robert.
?: .: weakness being a lack of re- Hills and Horace Tymes ate ( \
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_ serves. either guard or tackle.
At the halfback slot, All- 'Without a doubt, the Rat- 5' ,
Conference Hubert Gina, 190 tlers forte this year will be
pounds of football player who the defense. It will be hardto
j runs with the speed of a fill defensive end Roger

iJ 5 r ,} sprinter, catches like a Finale shoes, but the other 10
rv
ik flanker, and plows into the starters are back.
line like a fullback. Ginn Last season the Rattlers
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led the Rattlers in rushing only gave up only 490 yards
for the second consecutive rushing in 10 games. only



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30 THE MIAMI_ TINES Friday, August 29, 1969 a a .

Norland/ Community/ 28,000 Enroll at Miami -

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Ijl School Lists Dade JC

20 WORDS OR LESS $2.00. IOC FOR EACH ADDITIONAL I :.VORD.'
I Classes Miami-Dade Junior Collegeis was 1,428. In the ensuing
DEADLINE FOR CLASSIFIED ADS TUESDAY 6 P. M. bracing for an influx of nine years, the College has

The Norland Community more than 26,000 credit students established two major campuses
FOR SALE FOR SALE FOR RENT School is starting its evening for the Fall Term beginning and four extension cen-

CARVER RANCHES42nd Lovely 2 bedroom home, enclosed Lovely room in exchange for activities the first week in this week.Registration. ters, located in Miami Beach,

Ave. at 24th Street.Cashor porch, modern kitchen care of my child after school. September. Again this fall we is scheduled Homestead Air Force Base,

terms. Call Bill 983-4813. and bath, patio, 2 air-condi Nice clean intelligent lady. are offering a variety of self- Aug. 25-26 on North Campusand South Dade High School, in

tioners. On business lot near Call 7596026. improvement activities for Aug. 26 on South Campus. Homestead, and Carver Junior

AUTOMOBILE FOR SALE Edison High School. $15,500 adults and young people.Someof Classes begin Aug. 28 on High in Coconut Grove, The

Crysler Sedan 62. Four door total price Including beautiful Room for rent, single men the activities we are offering both campuses. Carver Center is new this

small 8. In excellent running furniture, decorator item, over 40 years old. No cookingno are: ceramics, Judo, Overall enrollment figuresare year.

condition, lady owner. New carpeting throughou and drunks. Phone 696-8868. upholstery classes, sewing, expected to exceed 28,000

tires with guarantee. Safety drapes. Will consider terms. diet groups, guitar lessons, after registration in early
belts-factory air, heater and Call owner 751-2441 or apply PENNYRICHNEW civil air patrol, junior naval September of students in non- KEY PUNCH

radio. New tag.$700 cash take. 175 NW 62nd St. OPPORTUNITYFive cadets, public speaking, and credit courses and special

2328 NW 105 St. Phone 691- women or husband and many other activities.For programs. OPERATORNIGHTS
1503. Daisy Hall.HOUSE kinds of miscellaneous wife teams needed to sellfabu- Last year, Miami-Dade en-

household articles for sale Including Iou Pennyrich brassiere. further Information call rolled 24,098 credit studentsand

FOR SALE small electrical ap- Earn as much as you want. 624-9644 between the hours of 2,251 non-credit students,

3 bedroom 2 bath house. On pliances. Guest tables, etc. Spare time or full time. New 7 and 10 p.m. Registrationforall is expected to stay approxi-

large landscape lot. Almost Owner leaving town and disposing car, retirement plan,and profit classes starts August 28, mately the same level.

completely furnished. Including of everything. 175 NW sharing when qualified. 7 p.m. Most of this fall's increaseis 6 p.m. 2:30 a.m.
two refrigerators. Couldbe 62nd St. 758-2764. anticipated at the younger

wed as duplex, one familyor All organizations(scouting South Campus, which has its

mother and daughter situation COMMERCIAL PROPERTY civic and etc.) looking for a sights set on going over the Excellent opportunityfor

$600 down. No qalify- 2 BUILDINGS HELP WANTED place to meet should contactMr. 10,000 student mark for the persons who prefer

ing no closing cost. Direct LARGE CORNER 110 x 120 JANITORS EVENING SHIFT Long at the above phone first time. Last year's totals
working n i ghts
from owner. $143 per month 200 South Miami Ave., Miami number. In all cases the policyis were 8,116 credit and 730 noncredit your
I SUITABLE FOR BUSINESS
pays all. Immediate oc- : first come, first served. students. salary will be commen-

cupancy. Call owner 373-0686 CHURCH OR PROFESSIONAL FEMALE When Miami- Dade openedin sorate with i your ex-

days or 864-8546 evenings. Presently a going business on Needed women for mailroom the fall of 1960 in temporary perience plus a 10%.
property that be converted
can
operator no expeience CHILD CARE facilities the total enrollment
diffiential
night
to suit. Drive by 1501 NW 1511 your
BIG BEAUTIFULHOME necessary. High school
NW 54th Street then call for benefits will include
3 bedroom 2 baths. Florida diploma or better. Begin$1.60
Daycare for babies 3 weeks
all information about
room, carport and two utility Fenster Realty Broker property an hour; plus overtime. Rainbow to two years. Monday- Friday IL.KINGIGeneral Group insurance plan

rooms. Fenced corner. Total 7598779. Labs, 545 SW 22nd Ave. 6917418. No pickup.JUANITA'S Profit sharing plan I
$19,000 with $2400 cash down : ,Stock purchase plan

and $151 per month pays all. CBS Building plus resturant Model program seek DAY CARE Retirement plan
Drive by 2901 NW 157th Ter. business, both for 22500. ing the following positions for CENTER
Paid
92500 cash down, $200 month Hauling holidaysFree
and call 688-6671 to inspect. Immediate placement. Tech Pick up and delivery service.
Anchell Rsalty, Inc. Realtors. payment.Same owner 20 years. nical planner; planner spec.' For further information call 1401 N.W. parking in garage
Very profitable. Atlantic and
ialist in social services; OX 12350. Free checking account
Pacific Realtors, 666-0411 (Sept. 5)
BIRDSHOP .- crime delinquency; employ 51st Terrace Many othersIf

with living quarters. 2 bed- New home PHAlli!!! ment and economic develop MARS HILL Phone you are seeking

) room 1 bath, 807 NW 54th St. 3 bedrooms 2 baths ment. Master degree or B.A. Happyland Kindergarten, 2480 challenge and
f I Call G. W. Wilson for appoint- Lovely home,lovely area;Custom plus 2 years experience!in related NW 68th St. Registration now 6963698LIFE oppor-
ment. built, a family home with fields. $9,300$11,830 going on. Phone 696-2826 tunity stop in or call

J. K. Realty, Realtors many, many fine features. In Call Miss Haynes fr an ap- 758-9542. the personnel office.
947-7571 work now,ready approximatelySept. pointment by September 2 at GUARDS
l5th.Don't miss this tre-
mendous value. Price at only 691-0120. Excellent childcare in my Full and part time opportunity
FOR SALE CBS (Vets home 5 week.634-2465 FIRSTNATIONAL
$18,500 FHA only 500 days a at Dade
Nine room 2 baths,two kitchen down) plus closing charge Master Barber wanted. Part-

(," 1 room studio. 2485 NW 57th down)plus small closing charge time work. Phone 693-3948. BETHEL TEMPLEKINDERGARTEN County Parks and Re-

Street. Others slightly higher. Ride by510NW44thSt. creation Dept.' 50 SW

then call Fens- 32nd Road. (Viicaya).
Open for registration. For information
HOUSE FOR SALE Realty, Broker, 759-8779. CHILDCARECORRECTION
call 633-4162 or BANK OFMIAMI
ONLY $1850 DOWN
Attention!! I liTo all people EVANS, 691-0446 or 634-4387,or visit
See 15770 NW 27th Place. No
who wish to go into businessfor our scool at 5800 NW 23rd

qualifying, beautiful four bed themselves. Here is your The Evans tiny tot child day-, Ave.. Rev. D. R. L. Akins, BANK
room 2 bath CBS, good condition opportunity now. REPOSSESSIONS
care center, 3639 NW 15th manager.
f, fenced. $127 per month "A potential gold mine"A 1967 Cadillac Sedan
Avenue.
pays all. Close to shopping, lunchenette food and soda Childcare in home 10050. Biscayne Blvd. ,
my your Deville
busses schools vacant fountain; across from a large
,
I and MISCELLANEOUSSURE child will have the best of care 371-0350
move- in now Mid- Miami wellpopulatedhigh schoolin
the Liberty City area. Own- in my home. Mrs. Anderson 1965 Chevy Impala
Realty 642-6624. (Spt. 5)
'J ner retiring from business. Will DEAL BEAUTY SALON 759-8335. Indef.) Super Sport1965BonnevillePontiac Regular! interviewinghours
t turn over well developed and LABOR DAY SPECIAL
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HOME AND INCOME
growing business that will include Adult $2.50. For children MCCARTNEY'S
I 35 NW 41st Street
all
equipment and a goodlease.
cleaned and KINDERGARTEN
$2.00. Wigs styled
'I E Front House 2 bedroom CBS 1966 Galaxie 500 Ford
Price for quick sale; 9:30 3
for $3.00. 5830 NW 18th Ave. Reopen Tuesday, September 2 a.m. p.m. or
Rear house 2 bedrooms frame right before school starts at
$7.SOO.Good terms.Call for Phone 696-0717. For Information call 759..9165
$85 month income. us Come in 'or Call:
all information.Fenster Real ty evenlngsby
Allapattah Realty Realtors
Broker T59-8779. Mr. Duffie at:.
633-0421 appointment
National Industrial
Lovely largehuge rooms,
FHA 3 bedrooms; 2 baths Florida NEW NITE CLUB Bank of Miami Equal Opportunity

2 bedrooms, 1 bath beautiful room the size of 2 Florida rooms 6013 NW 7th Avenue
COCKTAIL WAITRESSES
home, large enough for 3 bedrooms Double utility rooms. Eat in Employer

Wall to wall carpet, kitchenr appreciate.Pantry., House Must on see double to BAR MAIDS J 359-4321 .

garage, large porch, air cn-
lots.Fenced inback yard.Sold
dltioned in living room plus as ist! 80x120. Call for appoint- SECURITY GUARD 1
many fine features. $18,500. ment 635-5829.
BUS BOY JANITOR r
$1050 down plus closing cost. o EASTERNTECHINAL

w Drive by 1321 NW 55th Ter. FOR RENT COOK RUN KITCHEN
Then call Fenster
Realty
Unfurnished efficiency. Electric
Broker 759-8779. CALL 757-2154
and water, $80 monthly,
I 633-3116. Mrs. Martin

t '), 3600 NW 213th St. CharmingCBS Men only. Free water and LIBRARIANPrefer

Immediate occupancy, 2 lights. Efficiency for rent. Help Wanted

bedroom, Fla. room, living 4001 NW 11 th Ave.A two or more years current library ex- .
I'', room, dining room, kitchen, perience.Must J
$600 down. $143 month pays : (tt
nice Christian lady 45 or
all. Direct from owner 373-
i 0686 days. 864-8546 evenings over who would like to share be high school 1 graduate. my home with me. No rent to HandymanSTART *!
I No qualifying, no closing cost.

J Move right in. this pay.number.If interestdd 696-6440.call me at Must be able to setup library and administrate '-
r ,
firPI, i' CBS 1 bedroom Fla. Can 125.00 WEEK procedures. .
,I room. Rooms in private home for f
1 be used as second bedroom, middle sober
age couple or Hours: 9:00 a.m. td 5:00 p.m.
't air conditioned. Large corner single person. One with private MUST HAVE OWN II
.' J. lot fruit trees. Fenced backyard entrance. Call after 4o'clock. M
\ \J: Convenient to busses : 635-7626. Excellent company benefits.
TRANSPORTATION
and: stores.FHA$10,500.Midwest & TOOLS

Realty NE 5.0 8035. Efficiency for middle age Apply by visiting our Personnel Office at I

(todef.) working man. Convlently lo- 4600 NW 36th Street between 9:00 a.m. and '
cated. $17 per week. 2 weeksin FLORIDA REALTY
advance and pay rent week ,3:00 p.m.,Monday through Friday or write to: :-'
.
I FHA $1300 down No
closing ly. To see call 635-4805.
costs. Near North Shore HospitaL

? 3 bedroom, 2 bath, Fla. small house for 1 or Phone 358-1020 EASTERN AIRLINES

; room. Large corner lot.Tubin 2 adults $20 per weekperferto INTERNATIONAL AIRPORT/MIAMI. FLORIDA 13141
t 'w Realtors, 10035 NW 7th Ave. sell $100 down, balance An Squat Opportunity Emptoyw/A Plans For Proe,... Comptny M/F

758-4429. weekly. NE 5-5566.


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Seated above from left to parking lots and take a bus suspension, and an air-cooled engine of Drycleaning World Pressing WhIlemagazine

right is Robert Baker, Lewis directly to the 0 ran g e Bowl that gets about 27miles a gallon. and successfully removed You Walton

Kinsey, T. Walker and Ish- and back. It's much cheaperand Our package price: $XXXX. a difficult Mystery Spot
a swatch of material affixed
mael Sharpe. 'These men are faster than your drivingand

part of the Board Directorsof having to pay toparkalsp, Drycleaning to a World magazine dared page its *

FOOTE. There are six locations to
AUTHOIIIIIOOIAl.U 32,000 readers to clean the
While waiting for Dr. Pur- catch these busses: Levitz, spot without damaging the Alferahonsmaterial.

year, at Florida' Memorial Northside, Little River park HIAlEAH SPRIHCS Mr. Coleman was
ing lot Central
College, they decided to use shpping plaza, one of the drycleaners in this Personalized spotting and

the extra time to discuss the and Westchester Dinner shopping center, mTRsINte, area who did a perfect job. dry cleaning by Earnest
Key. Busses start
new lineup which went into The "Spotlng & Finishing
loading at six p.m., until 990 HIALEAH DRIVE HIALEAH Phone 115-4(91 Coleman, using his exclusive
effect this past Monday. These Award", which is now prominently style cleaning
kick off. Each parking lot process.
gentlemen, as well as Claude displayed in his store
sends from 18 to 35 busses USED CARS
Rolfe(our, President), Livingston and there is at reads: "To Earnest Coleman, All work done on premises
Rolle (treasuer), Lincoln someone every 1 Hour Valet, in recognition of
lot it insure loading. Remember can't afford
proper VOLKSWAGENDEMOS you
Everett, honoary member,and professional drycleaning skill
myself, were visiting the college For liberty City residents, demonstrated by actual test to take your expensive i
by invitation from Dr. you can go to Little River or performance." clothes else where.

to tour the Northside, park and lock your
Puryear college,
car and take a bus We have 10 salesmen and
He also took time out to tell non stop em (Joyces personal

us how hard it is for him to to the game. Cpa Lock and demos now being offered for sale, all these

create interest here in Dade Carol City residents may do have and
the same from Levitz Coconut cars options accessories and in full AUTO INSURANCELow
County to help the school ; b.
factory warranityl
Grove residents may do Premium Rates ....
along.
the same from Dinner Key. Low Monthly Payments t" '

There are many individualswho All busses will remain in the Immediate SR-22 Filings ,.;.". 1

don't think enough of the same location you departeduntil OFFICE HOURS: \::

school one way or the other. the game is over. After Men. Thru FrI. 9:30-7iOO. .....4 ... n \t1 C)
/ One would think it's a wonderful the game you must return to Sat. 9)30-4:00) ( ..

idea to have this schoolin that same location of board the
BROWN REALTY & INSURANCE AGENCY
Dade County. Dr. Pur- busses back.

year's pleading to various organizations REALTY 4740 NW 7th Avenue
for contributionshas While we are on the subject 754-0655
of football did ever
you
been everything but a great
get the feeling that Coach
success. This school is a partof BROKER
Wilson of the Dolphins
our Black Power but there George
is trying to keep an all White CARLTON mm
are who not
many are con
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offensive team? You would DAYSNEW
cerned enough to help get it
think after four he could BROKERS
rolling. Do we really want years 3074 NW 79TH ST
black power or just an excuse have found one black player HOMES FHA TERMS IF NO ANSWER

to forever complain? good enough to be a regular. Models at 4762 & 4772 NW 168th Terrace. The.Barce 693-4772 759-6500

Wouldn't it be a wonderful Why didn't Sam Price get the lona. 3 bedrooms, 1 bath, and family room, FHA price'

thing if everyone of us, thatis same chance to play half backas $21,000, $1,200 down, $146.82 month plus escrow. HAVE A SAFE LABOR DAY WEEK END
others) did after Csonka became The Elegant 3 bedrooms, 2 baths, and family room,
employed sat down tonightand
mailed a, donation to this their regular full back? FHA price $23,600, $1,700 down, $162.39 month plus Closed Friday, Aug. 29 through
Could Csonka beat Price out escrow. These beautiful homes have everything. No
school? Here is a chance to
do something for our people. as a full back if both had the closing costs. Phone at property6243439. Monday, Sept. 1, 1969
chance to play the same
but very few take advantage
of it. Have you seen Florida amount? Neither is a Jim WILbSELL FOR FHA VALUATION

Memorial? If so,Fm sure you Brown, but Csonka has proven Spotless bedroom CBS on large fenced lot. Carport

may feel as. I .do and wonder what he can do (which isn't porch,jalousie and awning windows,FHA price$12,500,> I, .1

how many of our leaders have very much), so why shouldn't $400 down and $94.43 month. Near expressway ,
Price get the same chance? JOHNNY : :
complained to. the, County
Commissioners about how bad If Milton was played regularly WILL SELL FOR FHA VALUATION : Y
street needed out could he show up Twilley, ,M1 I.;,
lights are Clancy, Noonan, and Moreau? Beautiful 4 bedroom 2 bath,CBS on fenced double size Z a
there. The school is on NW .
Will they continue to make corner lot. Fully furnished, built-in kitchen, central LEE ,
159th street the nearest storeis
; Had excuses for their white play ,heat, sprinkler system, Japanese garden, fenced-in
eight blaocks
that away.school ers in order to keep them in children's playground. Must see at $21,500 FHA.
been other
I wonder some if they would have, the game? I'm not saying $1,300 down, 149.78 month plus escrow. Must seel I REAL

these black players are a
let a whole without
year pass
street lights? I guess some smash, but the public shouldbe HOME AND INCOME -FHA TERMS'

thing bad has to happen on that given a chance to see them 2 bedroom CBS home in front and 1 bedroom bouseln ESTATE -

street before anyone ask for succeed or fall. We know rear.'Nedir NW 54th$t, and 13th ;Avt.,Enclosed front,

streetlights for those kids. what the white boys can do, porch; tile roof, jalousie" windows.} FHA"price $19,000;
but this is not all we are con $900 down, $134.21 month. Near everything!.
Football season has started cerned about. I'm sure manyof 9435 NW

again, and all you football fans you football fans are interested
in the black talentas WE HAVE MANY MORE HOMES -
are going through that same
YOU CAN BUY ANY OF OUR FHA HOMES FOR $100
traffic jam again. It happens well. And I would like to 17th Ave.
IF YOU ARE A VET OR BEING
every year. You can eliminate add, I think Jim Klick is a DOWN DISPLACEDAND
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IF YOU CAN .
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