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Title: The Miami times
Physical Description: Newspaper
Language: English
Publisher: The Magic Printery
Place of Publication: Miami Fla
Creation Date: September 12, 1969
Frequency: weekly
regular
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Subjects / Keywords: African Americans -- Newspapers -- Florida   ( lcsh )
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Newspapers -- Miami-Dade County (Fla.)   ( 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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Holding Location: University of Florida
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Death Of Marine1\\1


I
A Marine recruit from Dade
ij County died, apparently a suicide
on a rifle range at the r
Parris Island Training Depot
'in South Carolina, the Marine
TEMPORA MUTANTUR ET NOS MUTAMUR IN ILLS
Corps announced Sunday.
4 Vol. 47, No. 3 PRICE: 15* Pvt. Donnie Jennings, 19, I

MIAMI, FLORIDA, FRIDAY SEPTEMBER 12, 1969 was the son of Mrs Bern1ze A.
Jennings of 2340 NW 89th St.,
and Alexander Jennings, of
'
: 22032 SW 122nd St. I

," Ii 27th Ave. Crash Young Jennings was a popular
II I member of the Miami
I Jackson graduating class: of

\ :Takes 2LivesTwo .1968.A Parris Island officer said I

Jennings was delivering ammunition
to fellow recruits
Opa-locka men were auto at 4:45 a.m. Harris' car while his training unit was on PVT. DONNIE JENNINGS
killed early Sunday morning spun into a concrete utility the rifle range Friday. He left Marine Suicide ? ? ? ,
when their car "was struck pole after being hit. the ammunition line unnoticed. It
broadside by another auto Other Marines heard a shot A Times' reporter ques-
-.-- while turning left onto NW 160 Harris and Johnson were from the rear and found Jen- tioned the dead youth's mo-
and dead on arrival at Parkway nings dead of bullet in his ther and brother as to why be
Dr. Mrs. Ralph D.. Abernathy pose with Dr. St.The General Police a
Hospital.
reported would take his life. Neither
Emory R. Searcy, president the Progressive Rational driver was identifiedas no injuries to the forehead.The had
other
: any inkling of any d1tri'culUes
Jordan Harris 56 of 2401 officer said he knew of
,
Baptist Association, for Miami Times photo.. NW 153rd St., and his passenger driver, Lester Smith, of 3261 no reason why Jennings would the youth had been ex ,
grapher, Jay Baker. The picture was made at the as Alphonso Johnson of NW 208th St. No charges were kill himself. periencing.

Miami i i. Beach Convention Hall last Friday night 1997 Wilmington Street, Opa- filed.

when Dr. Abernathy issued his "Challenge to BlackChristians" locka. The fatalities raised the
According to Metro accident year's traffic death toll in
address during the Martin Luther F
l King, investigators, Harris drove Dade County to 192. There
t Memorial Night program.. south on NW,27th Ave. before were 196 at the same time last m "
turning into the path of another year.
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.z .<. Wins $187,500 Our Garbage Men

f j*


r ,; Damage Suit Highest g Paid In SouthDade k


A Miami woman who was Drugs Inc., and Willie D. County can now boast The employes will also re- '"
seriously injured two years Smith, of 1060 NW 62nd St. of having the highestpaidgar- -Cive uniforms, two additional N PaINp Tj .
.'ago when she was hit by a A Ryder Truck, driven by,bage men In the South,accord-, sick leave- days and two more .
truck, won a $187,500 damage Smith and leased to the drug lug to Lee Tate, president'of .
t "i'.S: 1t inCircuitCouktlastweek. firm, bit Mfs"Ful1ardonJ n the local county ,employees" holidays; Columbus Dayandunion. ''I'
19, 1967? outside. her home .; -' ',-. the day after Christmas., M.q MJ Mrp.WMNYai P ,t',
\ Mrs. Lillle Mae Fullard,30 V
The Metro waste collgctorsratified .
Just as she was about to getinto ,
r rt
St'won
of 1100 NW 56th
the her car and drive to work. a 60 cents per hour The agreement is .subjectwage
settlement Just before the case Mrs. Fullard Is a waitress. increase that will move to ratification by the, Metro
was.. due, to go to the Jury Mrs. Fullard was severely I their minimum salary from Commission.: The commission
.The suit was against Ryder Injured and remains paralyzed $4,680 a year to $5928. Their will get it as part of an over.
Truck Rental salaries now from$2.85 all wage package to be con-
Inc., Crandon on,her lower right side. range
I ; an hour to a top of $3.07 an sidered at .either the Sept. 17'' f
hour. or sept. 24 meeting. .
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--- --- Registering for classes at Florida Memorial I

BAPTIST CONVENTION College I I on Tuesday were these two seniors, I

Gets Grant fo PICTURES ON PAGE 16 Frances Ross and Wanza Anderson, both of Miami.
+ixv Photos by Jay Baker. House of Photography

{ :Sfudy for Ph.D


Thirlee Smith,Jr. has been
granted a 12 month leave of
absence from The Miami
Herald tq study towards a doc
torate in education at the University
j of Miami this fall. He
r j was one of the 40 recipients V
'
selected from I throughout the \ V V
nation to continue their edu-
cation in the field of administration .
and personnel develop.. o {
ment for multiculturalschools. iLirL

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t nA t /
t 2'A' 4 The Fellowship grant 'Is In ...
y t the amount of $4,800 with the
n ? eq 5. waiver of all fees and tuition.
Smith received both his bachelor A,
< G of arts and master of arts
.degrees from Fisk University -
Nashville, Tenn. V
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A Enrollment is up and all boarding students will be domiciled on the cam-

pus as Florida Memorial College launched ,into its second year of operation
(since moving here from St. Augustine. Two new dormitories have been openedto

women and the habitat units will be, occupied by ,the men. The new student
center will be opened to ,the students this school term.



Old Bus Garage Burns DownMetro

firemen battle a stubby 100-feet structure was destroyed ity center.
,Mrs. Martin i Luther King Sr. was.,,one of the born I fire at the abandoned l fire authorities said. HUD officials had Just prepared
honored guest last week at the Progressive Nation Metro Transit .Auth01'itJ'p. orders asking for funds
al Baptist Convention on Miami Beach. Here she Is rage-workshop at 54th Street It was acquired recently by to destroy the structure. OEM
and 22nd Avenue Monday even the Dade County Department fire official said It looked
shown with Mrs. Minnie Booth,president of the W>-
THIRLEE SMITH JR. ing. Several firemen received for $262,500 and was to be the the fire might have been u-
men's Auxiliary and Mrs. A. A. Banks. $4,800 Grant minor burns. Most of the 300- site of a Model city commun son



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2 MIAMI TIMES, Friday, September i2, 1969 " _" _'_" 'L UAUA Y'Y Y >> >> 1 1 1
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I 28 Upward Bound I'' ole Graduates Managers, Expands Program .01 I

UP -

of Thomas, Charleston West Hotel.
and practices
Graduates
Enter philosophy
CollegeTwentyeight PHILADELPHIA, pa. Sociology and Mi- Virginia; Rev. William Tyree, Among those present were
OIC Urban
"OIC has become the largest Mr. John Haas and J. A.
Norfolk Virginia; Dallas
The Managerial Jr., ,
graduates of in other parts of the state- independent, community bas nority History. is under Percy Chapman, Jackson, members of the National Industrial .
Training program
In
the University of Miami'sUp- Joan Gordon of 3471 NW 5th ed, job-training program the director of pi. L. D.Red- Mississ Ippi; Mr. LeRoy Advisory Council;
the nation and is
spreadingInto
ward Bound program will en- Pl., Ft. LauderdaleandJoannHouston fields declared dick and is supported by the Craig, Harrisburg, Pennsyl- Benjamin Bennett of the tax
ter college this fall, 15 of themon of Tallahassee. foreign faculties of Temple Univers-i! vania; Mr. Charles Taylor, firm of Touche and Smart;
Leon founder
H. Sullivan
tuition grants from UM, Attending Miami-Dade Jun- Rev. School of Business and the Dallas, Texas; Mr Beaure- Jerry O'Connell and Herbert
night. ity
last He
one from Miami-Dade Junior ior College will be William Thursday Wharton School of Finance of gard Cummings, Ft. Lauder- Northrup of Wharton;Rev GUS
at the
College and si x from other Callaway, 10280 SW 120 St.; was speaking gradua- the University of Pennsyl dale, Florida; Mr. Jack John Roman of Progress Manage
tion exercises of the OIC Managerial
schools around the country. Willie Howard, 1281 NW 53 Training Program that- vania. son, Poughkeepsie, New York; ment and Economic Develop.

These students have spent St.; Alma Major,22031SW118Ct. executives for QIC The graduates and their OIC Rev. Thomas Parker,Norris- ment; representatives of the

the last two summers on the ., Goulds; William Mills, produces installations throughout locations are as follows: town, Pennsylvania; Mr. OIC Institute, Extension Services -

UM campus in Upward Bound 1428 NW 31st St., on aJohnF. America.Rev. Rev. Eugene Boyd, Jr., Phillip Comfort, Paterson, and Prototype, and the

academic, recreational Kennedy scholarship, and Lu- Sullivan whose speech Portland, Oregon; Mr. Edwin New Jersey; Mr.Roger Craw resident staff of the OIC Man-

cultural programs. During cious Radcliffe, 22175 SW 108 was the climax, of the commencement Crocker, Louisville, Ken- ford, Cleveland, Ohio; Dr. M. agerial Training program.

their senior year in high Ave., Goulds. declared that now tucky; Rev. C. S. Hamilton, Zerezghi, Ethiopia. L. D. Holsey, Mrs. Nancy
school they revisited the cam- The University of Chicago Rev.JamesD. The graduation exerciseswere Brown, Miss Barbara Davis
,
there are some 95 OICs in the Augusta, Georgia;
pus twice a month, and in alternate has awarded a scholarship to United States -- including Incorporation Rice, Little Rock, Ar- held in the South Dela- Roger Dickson and L. D.Bed-
weeks met in their Lionel Bryan, 1475 NW 58th kansas Rev. William N. ware Room at the Marriott dick.
for one at ;
schools with the Upward Bound St. Belinda Copeland of 14921 papers

teaching staff for personal Harrison St., Richmond Anchorage, Alaska. Plans
have been set for immediate
academic advice. Heights; Sandra Phillips of .
This summer they took a 1771 NW 40th St., and Mary' expansion intoEthiopia,
Washington of 257 NW 65th St. Ghana, Nigeria and Kenya, '
course for college credit as Africa. ; W
well as instruction in such has received scholarships to ,
One of the graduates in the
special areas as swimmingand Florida A&M. Edward King Jr. E I
class is Dr. Kidane Zerezghi
of 10520 Harrison St. Rich- 3
driver's education. The _
of Ethiopia.He was representing -
goal of Upward Bound, headedat mond Heights, has won a combined -
the U. N. Economic Com \i
UM by Professor Sam Mes- academic athletic
mission for Africa. Rev. Sullivan
ser, is to motivate able stu- scholarship to Eastern Ken-
and his aide, Valo Jordan -
dents from poverty areas to- tucky University, and Randy *
have made
ward college, through aca- Harris of 22098 SW 118th Ave., recently tripsto
East and West Africa in
demic encouragement and ex- Goulds, will receive a scho- '
furtherance of the
posure to college life. larship to Xavier Universityof expansion
Louisiana. A member of the program. 1

The project, mostly financed Miami Killian High track The other 15 graduates are w tea. rll
the federal executive directors and deputies E Ef
by government
team, Kenneth Thompson of
has just completed Its third 14520 Carver Dr., Richmond of OIC job training oper-
summer on the. UM ations in the various states.
campus. Heigh os, will attend North
Of the 25 students who entered Carolina Central University During the eight weeks that

college from the first group on scholarship with his they have spent in managerial

last fall, 24 are still tending, teammates. training at Philadelphia, they

their first-year grades, Mes- Carol Robinson, 15001 SW have received intensive instruction -
ser reports were a little and field work in
106 Ave., is now getting com- '
above the class average. puter training at Miami Business General Management, Financial
Man age me nt,history,
Fourteen of ths year's Up- Institute.

ward Bound graduates who '
l
a
will attend UMare Cecil Bells,

1314 64th St.; Robert Brown, Optometric Course At Jr. College

14220 Madison St., Richmond .

Heights; Chuck Bullard, 1120 A 15 week optometric sur- south Florida Optometrists."

NW 31 St.; Elizabeth Cam- vey course is being offered by The course will entitle the -- ikJ

ara, 2647 NW 25th Ave.; Am- MiamiDade Junior Collegefor ,students to two hours of col-

paro Gamboa, 4210 SW 4th st.; Optometric Assistants, lege credit and provide them' I
Vonnie Horne, 6215 NW 14th according to Dr. Michael Wes, with a comprehensive work '

Ct.; Clotllde Lermo, 2091 NW son, program director. ing knowledge of optometry.

30th St.; Richard Mangas, 255 The course will entail all Night classes will be Wed-

NE 55th Cynthia; Mason, areas of the optometric field, nesday evening from 7 to 8:50:

8405 NW 24th Ave.; Pamela covering such facets as developmental p.m. The course is open toall
:1.
Norris, 2280-A, NW 57th St.; vision, organi- south Florida1.1 optometric as- :
Faith Richardson, 22025 SW sistants. ,
zational :
optometry, common >..
117th Ave., Goulds; Carolyn eye problems, lease forms, "
Robinson, 2905 NW 55th St.; subnormal vision, diseases of
Velma Ward 10872 222 CEP ALUMNIThe
SW the and
eye contact lenses.
El
Dr., Goulds, and Gloria Williams
10400 SW 149 Terr. "Optometrists are much CEP Alumni will meet

encouraged at this college September 16,at Dade Federal
The UM has also awarded level breakthrough at'Mlamt- Savings and Loan Association,

tuition grants to two transfers Dade," Dr. John P. Ottino Jr., 5800 NW 7th Avenue at 7 p.m. I' i 1 I Iw
from Upward Bound programs president of the Broward We urge all members to attend ;

County Optometric Associa-. .this meeting to help set

tion, said., the laws that will govern this
3 Enroll At Univ. "It will be invaluable to organization.


Of ChicagoLionel
I7ft00v r

Bryan of 1475 NW 58

St., Georgiana White of 1429 "AAMCO .
NW 37th St., and Calvin Hayes k tiy'tyM1,

of 3148 NW 45th St., will enroll Transmission ,
in the undergraduate College

of The University of Chicago '
this month. Service You For Your' Added Convenience .


The three local graduates can't beat it. '
will enroll at the University in DRIVE-IN BANKING

part, at least, because of the
efforts of six undergraduate'student 1-DAY SERVICEMOST
: admissions officers ( CABS)

,;at the college. The Univers- REASONABLE PRICES Our Drive-In Banking service", 5$ the easiest and most

ity's office of admissions and 650 SHOPS NATICNWIOE convenient way for you to 'handle withdrawals and
,aid last
year inaugurated, a
;unique black student recruit TO SERVE YOU ,AAMCOiTRANSMISSIONS deposits. The service is friendly and fast just

:ment program whereby six: FREE 19-POWT MULTI-CHECK .
students acted as University the way you want it. Drive in:,and see for yourself.
FlEE TOWltfl
admissions officers
on a part-
CREDIT HAY Bf MMNQCO
time basis. The: program Is

,believed to be the one of only .
Dealer Add Phona Daoiar
Address Phone
:a few in the nation.
Miami Northslda 696-5546 Hlal.oh 887-4309
The six: student recruiters 7635 NW 27th Avanu ,420 W 29th Street

Miami, South Miami 665.6573
traveled to several southern 7512416
I Ir 6500 NW 7th Avenue 5771 S. Dixie Highway
:urban areas last year to talk '
'with blackhigh school students The Frail 642-6366 Parrlna 238.9277
and their counselors. 2821 SW 8th street 18200 S. Dlxl. Highway .

North Miami' 947-3469 Hollywood 927-2816, .' v' vT. /'Vx' v '" Ms'vv'' "
"Out student recruiters," '454 NE 167th Street 1332 S. Dixie Highway V'-W .

he said, "then followed up Miami B.och 538-2366 Pt. Lauderdale 566-4373:
6013
NW 7fh
| through letters with those students 825 5th Street, 3110 N. Andrews Avanua Avenue Telephone 7594431H

a who had shown an interest Ft. LaudardaU 584-5440

,& in attending ,the. University ." 1821 S. State Road 17
of Chicago" I


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THE MIAMI TIMES, Friday, September 12, 1969


rt NAACP Sues To Get NegroesI,




In Government Construction :

,

NEW YORK In a joint failure to Implement require- Mr. Hill stated, "It isclear
r r rf press conference here, Sept. ments which prohibit racial that the Nixon Administration
3 NAACP Executive Director discrimination Hall federal- has failed in Its legal obliga-
Roy Wilkins and Director for ly-assisted programs. tions to satisfy the statutory
Labor programs Herbert Hill Preparatory to filing a law requirements of the Model
\
c4\i : f announced that the Associa- suit, the NAACP and the Cities Act In relation to em-
w't tion is launching a series of NAACP Legal Defense and ployment. It is the intention
legal actions aimed at stop- Educational Fund, Inc., jointly the NAACP to prevent the continued .
ping work on Governmentfinanced filed a complaint Wednes- use of Federal and state
construction programs day afternoon addressedto funds to directly subsidize racial -
unless qualified Negroes are George Romney, Secretaryof discrimination In the construction -
employed on the projects. HUD, and.Charlotte offic- industry."
Possibly the most far- ials as required by Federal Mr. Wilkins described the ,
reaching of these actions is administrative procedures. It building trades unions as the
'p,x aimed at the Charlotte, N. C., serves notice that within 45 "last bastion against employ-
e Model Cities program. The days a lawsuit will be filed in ment of Negro workers as a
agency will be charged with the Federal District Court. policy." He asserted that the
------ blacks of the nation want a

I hModels Hit At FestivalHow Just share of the $80-billlon
A Blue' Hour AndA budgeted for construction this
year by the building industry.
does fashion grow? "We want new standards
In many mysterious ways Night of StarsThe before the awarding of the con- ,0
and from many unlikely sour- What /Manner Of MenWILLIAM tracts. It may come to the point
ces.Those attendance at the Urban League Guild had Everglades Hotel Sunday,Oct. where we will have to ask fora
recent summer arts festival, H. GRIER, M. D. their opening meeting Sundayat 12, 7 11 P.m. national moratorium on pub-
sponsored by E 0 P I and the Co-Author of "Black Rage" the home of Mrs.AnnLindsey Mrs. Wilena Smith is the lic construction until black
Coalition, saw the fashion Copyright (c) William H. Grier 1969 Packard. They nude plans chairman and Mrs.Iona Buck- workers get their rights," Mr.
creations of Mr. Herb Black- for Blue Hour and Night of holtz the co-chairman. Dona- Hill challenged.
shear, a must unlikely fashion How Many is A MinorityWe Stars. tions are $3. Tickets may be
designer. This will feature many local obtained from members of the Two other Federal Court
Blackshear is a former are at times hard put to keep the meanings of words and nationally known enter- guild. suits are being filed .. one
quarterback with the Pitts- clear. "Minority" for most of us now means blacks, Latins, tainers, and promise to be the Mrs. Ann Dillon is reporter in Buffalo and one in Chicago.
burgh Steelers and is cur- and Orientals. But the word really has more to do with num- social event of the season.The and Ann Lindsey Packardis These seek Injunctions to pre-
rently employed as a high bers. If a child sees himself as a minority member it may affair will be held at the New president. vent Federal, state and local
school football coach. He says make a great deal of difference whether that is simply a euphemism officials from spending
that he originally got into fash- for black or whether it means "less than 50%." monies and proceeding with
ion designing because he We ought to pay more attention to the numbers if only to JOIN NOW! construction projects in those
couldn't find any clothes that make life less confusing for kids. cities until qualified Negores
were distinctive enough for There are now 22 million blacks out of a national populationof AND SUPPORT THE are hired.The Chicago suit Involves -
200 million and that makes us 11% of the total. While 22 the' Chicago Circle
him."I couldn't really afford to million is the greatest number of blacks this country has ever Carver YMCA Campus of the University of
have' my own designer and I seen, 11% Is near the bottom range of percentages. In 1790 Illinois. The Buffalo suit seeksto
didn't like the stuff in the there were 700,000 blacks and hat represented 20%of the popu- Call 696-0231 Send your membership tot cut off$60.7-million worthof

stores," he added. lation. Blacks have always been Important numerically in this 5770 NW 15th AVENUE construction on five separate -
,
After teammates and country. projects including the
friends began to admire his Perhaps most important of all has been'our concentrationin Youth 3.00 Teenage $5.00 Adult $10.00 Marine Midland Center and a
clothing, he started to design the cities. There are over a million us in New York City, Family $25.00 Century $100.00 I Federal office building. t
things for other people and in over 800,000 in Chicago and around half a million in Philadel-
a short-time he was an all-out phia and Detroit. Over twenty of our largest cities with a hun-
designer of men's and wo- dred thousand blacks or more andat, least seven of them are
men's clothing. over 40% black. /> ";,
"It's tough," he admitted, We moved from the country to the city hoping to find what FOR THE FINEST HOUSING ACCOMMODATIONS ?
"to get started in the fashion every other American minority sought there jobs. In the AT MODERATE RATES CALL
,world. Major' stores are re- south in the country blacks were scattered and exposed to the
luctant to take your clothes caprecious violence of white southerners. They hoped,as they
when you are unknown and moved north to the big cities to find protection. The word pas-
when you have to buy materialsin sed among the migrants that up north, blacks got fair treatment BONDED PU I
small qualities you can't be In court "just the same as the whites." This was a
powerful added incentive for them to concentrate in the cities.
really competitive with the
prices of the large depart- But when neither jobs nor fair treatment were found, there RENTAL
ment stores." was trouble indeed.
He' is confident, however, But all this happens because the numbers are so large, the
of blacks is and has been and while
percentage great we have
that the recent exposure at the
been the of Americans numbersalonehave
poorest our madeus
Arts Festival will develop
a vital fraction of the country. J
some new customers for him tAL ,
and helphim develop new busi Ask any presidential candidate about the Importance of the aa ;
black vote in Chicago and Ph1ladelphia.Ask any large corpora- w 1
ness. {
tion about the Implications of a nationwide black oycott of its
In an effort to publicize his
products. We are not unimportant to America and the current
fashions the few
over past
importance of blacks may be quite as important in the school e .
months Blackshear has stageda
L. L. BROOKS
curriculum as Black History.
number of fashion shows. A

recent one was held at the Car- THE LARGEST PRIVATE HOUSING RENTAL AND
ver Cafetorium. addition to
the eight models who presented MANAGEMENT AGENCY IN THE SOUTH, OPERATINGIN

the latest in fashions, a DADE AND BROWARD COUNTIESA
special entertainment featureof
the evening was the presen- Community Recreation Center for teenagers and adultsA
tation of the BethuneCookmandance e e- to assist with problems
Public Relations Department you your
ensemble. Tenants concern will stop vandalism and reduce the cost of housing


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SUBSCRIPTION RATES
ONE YEAR 5.00 SIX MONTHS $3.00 FOREIGN $6.00

Entered as Second Class Matter August 8, 1927 at the Post NEED A GSGr I AFL-CIO
Office at Miami Florida undo the oct of March 8, 1876
NOW WHY DON'TTHEY
GIVE IT TO
"CREDO OF THE NEGRO PRESS" US... HUN, NuH, o o
The NEGRO PRESS believes thot America can bast lead HUH ?
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the world from roclol and national antagonism when It accordsto o J
every man regardless of hit roc., creed or color hi.humor xoWMT7b
and legal rights. Hating no man, fearing no moo..the Negro
Pr... strives to help every man In the firm b.lI.fthot ell men Q44Y8E)
are hurt as lona as anyone I. bald bock.


How long Dade County?

We were pleased to see the NAACP make a meaningful move MAN:

last week in taking a strong stand on getting blacks employed
on all public construction financed with public funds.

Too long have union bigots been permitted to decide who is r-
qualified to work on construction Jobs. By subsidizing racial c
discrimination of this type,federal,city and state officials: are
violating the very law and order that they are so prone to
preach about- especially at election time.

The nation is now witnessing in Pittsburgh and Chicago a
bitter struggle to win more Jobs for blacks In the construction ft
industry. Only the theme today Is not one of asking, but one of *
demanding. Tills demand will very likely spread to other areas To Be Equalby '\
of the country where recalcitrant officials usually wait until
the violence and chaos starts before admitting the demandsare
w
t ,
Just. Whitney M. Young Jr. ,
By Booker T. Hayes \ ...J
Just as in Pittsburgh and Chicago, black people will take to Executive Director National Urban League y
the streets all over this country to demand a fair share of the

lucrative Jobs in the construction industry The Master Builders Mays Junior High School?? ?
Association and the Trades Unions Council have been VIETNAM-The Peace DividendWhen
served notice. Tokenism will not be tolerated. Tokenism is
The recent controversy over the e school board's new desegregation -
no more than underground racism. Here in Miami the federal ,
government had to make a grant and sign contract before 30 the war in Vietnam ends $24 billion per year will be policy offers, some insight as to why during the
black youth could be taken into the apprenticeship program. freed for more productive uses than killing people- will it? initial stages of integration, the trend has always been to send
The black man is tired of having to pay for his constitutional A few years ago economists painted a very rosy picture of black children into previously all-white schools.the resultof
rights. all the wonderful things that could be done with so much money, a suit filed by the parents of a group of students affected by
but now there are very confusing statements coming out of of- the new policy, we find that the black schools so vigorously
Most whites criticized President Nixon's recent announce-
defended not fit for white in-
but
ficial as separate equal are even
ment of his new welfare program.Many were beard to exclaim, Washington.It
has known all along
that the billion often called the dividend habitants. Every responsible black person
seems $24 "peace -
"Why don't they get off welfare and get a Job?" Well, Just what -
White House black schools, were Inferior to their white counterparts, but
won't be there when the war ends., advisor -
are these same black people' trying to do in Pittsburgh and, I I "Daniel- P. Moynihan told newsijen tnai.built-in spending now that a certain condition"'has,created a reversal' of the

Chicago? increases and bigger Pentagon arms purchases would,pretty practiced policy, we find that the general trend of thought
And don't give us that stuff about not being qualified. We've'heard much wipe out any savings from the war. among most whites is that black schools cannot provide their
that one before. Most whites think a black man needs a Then other Administration officials said that some money, children's educational needs. To say that such thinking is
college degree to be a stock clerk in a department store. A at least, would be available. Finally, another white house advisor childish and Immature should be enough, but when we con
white man's qualification is usually his color. We'veseen too Dr. Arthur F. Burns, said he thought about $8 billion sider the fact these people have seen fit to go to court with
minorities come to this country with language barriers, such defense the of the situation.
many could be freed for new social programs.That same day, President a charges complex
etc. and be welcomed into the construction Industry with open Nixon indicated that, no, there wouldn't be much money The contention of these parents is that Mays is unfit for
arms. available if the war ended soon. use as a Junior high school facility. I don't feel the structure

It's high time for the construction industry to admit blacks It seems that there is a big tug-of. war shaping up as every whatever it may be, has a great deal to do with the quality of
into their associations and unions and end this travesty of jus- body has different plans for using the pot of gold at the end of education received. Some of the most quoted and respected
tice. It's time they do it all across the nation not only in Pitts- the Vietnam rainbow. fathers of the country were in a sense self-elected. Those accredited -

burgh and Chicago. Because, sure enoughthls movement The money is there.It is now being spent to wage war. When with having formal educations, received them in one
spread. the war ends, some of it will remain committed to Vietnam- room schools or buildings that would not measure up in any
f How long Dade County? to'help rebuild the country we helped to tear apart. respect to the Mays School. Since we know that for a time
i ir What about the rest? It will amount to a cool $20 billion or schools were conducted outdoors, what could have prompted
r so and how that money Is spent will go a long way toward determining these parents to accept such a flimsy excuse and feel they
Drug Clinic Working what kind of country America will become. would have a chance In the courts of this county for a reversal?
Mr. Moynihan actually performed a great public service by Could It be they expect the same type of 'consideration they
The United Fund of Dade County deserves a great deal of his bleak prediction. Too many people Just assumed that they have been receiving,which looks upon demand their grievancewith
credit for its quick and effective work in setting up the Drug could sit back and do nothing, because after the war ended, sympathetic eye?
Clinic at Jackson Memorial Hospital all that money would be available to spend on our rotting cities
and to erase poverty from the land. The heart of the concern rest in the fact that Mays is locat-
A few weeks ago it looked like help for our increasing num- ,Now those people know it Just isn't so. The peace dividendwas ed in a high density black neighborhood. To too many white
ber of hard core drug addicts would be long in coming when a pretty day dream, but there was never any reason to parents this is the equivalent of sending their children into the
the hassle started over Dr. Ben Sheppard's controversial believe In it. That money wasn't spent on social reforms be- Jungle or someplace equally as dangerous. Their contact with
clinic. But the United Fund moved In quietly with money and fore the war started, and now there is no reason to think that black people has been so limited, they still picture them as
volunteer help from local doctors andputareal commendable, the Administration will spend it wisely unless pressured to do savages.
package together.

so.War costs didn't prevent us from going ahead with expensive They don't realize that despite hardships placed in their
In the first 14 days of operation the clinic enrolled 236 heroIn shots and didn't black respectfor
the Their
space they prevent the government from path, people have progressed steadily.
addicts from all parts of Dade and Broward counties. The spending billions on subsidies to law and still a partof
wealthy individuals and cor-' order is Verified by the fact they are
ages ran from teenagers to past 40. Forty per cent of the ad- porations And war spending didn't stop the Pentagon from the American scene..This has been a way with black peo-
dicts were in the 20 24 age bracket which should give our developing ever more expensive military hardware systemslike ple, because they have had to show a respect for the law required -
community cause for concern. the ABM. by no other individual. They are not the better and revengeful -
Unless all citizens become aware of what is happening'to people most whites believe they have the right to be.
Drug addition Is one of the biggest problems this i community their tax dollars, we're In for, ,more of the same when the war" Thus, the fears of these parents are unfounded,but it createsan
faces we're happy the united Fund realizes this and is ends. The Pentagon,will come up with bigger and still more air of tension in their children only time will eliminate.My .

C doing something about It. useless war toys, and still more money will be drained off for. opinion is that it Is not the structure to which these parents -

selfish.interests object, but the location of the structure.
Meanwhile, 24 million Americans remain in poverty; the

schools are Inadequate; transportation bad;26 million housing There is, however, one puzzling aspect about the whole
Food Stamps To Stay units desperately needed; 5 million public service Jobs unfilled affair and it stems from the fact that despite: the parents claim,
; and the cities are running downhill. the teachers and students at Mays appear to be taking care
Good news from Washington this week was that the Nixon It's all a question of priorities. There has to be a long hard of the business at hand, teaching and learning. It required a
Administration had decided against doing away with the food look at what the nation needs most, and then there must be federal Judge to start the ball rolling, but it seems everyoneat
stamp program that has helped so many poor people in their massive allocation of resources into the areas highest pri- the school is Intent upon keeping ,the momentum going.
fight against poverty. The decision did not come easy because ority needs. The
general thought is that maybe the children should have
much pressure had to be brought for the favorable decision. We already have missiles to
enough blast everyone off the more voice in their affairs. Many feel the problems would be
face of the earth,and we've already reached the barren wastesof less complicated. Some students embarassed by
are openly
It was not a complete victory for proponents of the program, the We've
moon. accomplished al a nation can hope to their parents views their
and actions. They are torn between
because definite changes will be made. The food stamps will
achieve except creating an open society with equality for all pledge to honor and obey and their knowledge of right and
administration's welfare reform for
be tied into the package and poverty for none.Establishment .
wrong. Most parents don't realize that schools are somewhat
would make Nixon's lot
the This new a
poor. move program of
such a society should be the
number like what
one molds.
The
Ingredients are Into it and we get
poured
to critics who have screamed loud and long
acceptable
more priority, but It can only come about if all concerned citizens should be a finished the
product. The developed are
that $1,600 was not a liveable wage for a family of four.The tell their leaders that they're fed with doubletalt products
up about how people to .
whom entrust
$'150 in food stamp bonuses would kick the figure to $2,350, a poor the government Is and demand that war savings become What better! Is there the destiny of the country must be of one's
to learn, than the true nature
little better but still not enough
peace spending to build an open society. fellowman?



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THE .MIAMI TIMES, Friday, September 12, 1969 5


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DESEGREGATION.JUDGEHAYNSWRTH .,'":;;i .
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Roy Wilkins, executive director of the NatloaalAssoclatlon FOUND THEIR CONDUCT :\ u'.,. i ;J, -
for the Advancement of C 010 red is
People, one black man i \ '
LEGAL REPREHENSIBLE \
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whose couragefalth, tact In handling situations, persistence, ,
and the fine art of comm mlcaUon keeps the NAACP moving HE UPHELD TUITION ,

forward for equal opportunities for all, for de-segregation, GRANTS TO WHITE STUDENTS I __ 9
and for civil rights .andhe tells it like it is no matter who BVA VIRGINIA

disagrees. A recent editorial by the great Nannie Mitchell

Turner of the St. Louis Argus, gives you the picture of his COUNTY THAT HAD CLOSED

frankness.: We quote part of this editorial: "it is Roy WilkIns' IT*PUBLIC SCHOOLS TO ,lAVOIDNTEGPATIONAND

well documented, point by point criticism of the present ad '

ministration's (President Nixon) direction relation items WHENHESAIDTHATHOSPITALS r.f '
of prime Interest to black .
citizens He pin points such various
items 98 the rnfHnorharVnfthaNeighborhood- RECEIVING PUBUCi,

f Job Corps Centers FUNDS UNDER THE HILL- ,

the Defense Department BURTON ACT SHOULD NOT r '

letting multi-million dollar FORBIDDEN TO BAR
contracts with only verbal assurances '
NEGRO PHYSICIANS
of fair hiring policies h "

the firing of Clifford A71ENTS.'REI. i
Alexander from the chairmanship >P GRAHAM
of the Equal Opportunity H.Yo VIES +

Employment Commission for

what amounted to doing his job.

The cutting back of funds for

low cost housing, model cities r.

and rent supplements, the ;
subtle passing down of the word 1

from the administration that

lagging school districts wouldbe

given more time to effect

desegregation. This coming

some fifteen years after de- \b\\

I segregation was declared illegal by the Supreme Court." You'll

agree that he (Roy Wilkins) does take a stand for right. "f Want To Turn The Court Around" Said Mr. Nixon

Another instance which shows that R')y Wilkins is a man of

courage, was during a convention too many years ago whena

group known as"Turks"tried in every 'v.l.y to 'break' or ..
Post Office DiscriminatesAt
split the NAACP. In feet,it was in 1968 at the National NAACP

Convention in Atlantic City that the "Turks" operating in k 4 the Annex office nine
( M Biscayne post summer employees,
.
direct opposition to Mr.Wilklns and the NAACP policies, were ) h
M
Martin
REPORTSBY Dale Shaw,Theophilus Eddie Faw,Vernon Clark,Coleman -
handed a resoundlig dera. t But right will prevail when
!: Thomas, Sidney Holland, Robert Clark, Billy Young and
you have that 'stick-to-it' determination to work for the prin
Thomas Sheffield were told by a newly assigned black super-
ciples as set forth by your organization, as Mr. Wilkins has; HALEY SOFGE
visor to move some lockers, tables and refrigerators after
and tho 'lurks' did face when
a 'right-about' they presentedRoy
returning from lunch at 11:30 recently. However, the em
Wilkins and Life Director of Dade County Department of
a NAACP
plaque paid $100 ou a $500
ployees, also black, did not return at 11:30 because their
at the 1969 Convention which held in
Membership NAACP was
Housing and Urban Development Immediate counselors had not been Informed of the new lunch
Jackson, Mississippi. Tha plaque was engraved: "We com -
schedule; furthermore, they always went to lunch at 12:00
mend Wilkins. Executive Director for his of
Roy our years
and returned at 12:30. Therefore, 12:30 was after lunch. Asa
thoughtful and dedicated' service.. As NAACP members; we It can start out as a phone call from your neighbor or result of his newly obtained chores he then began to test his
'
pledge our support to its duly constituted leadership.'. Theplaque it may be the result ofa systematic property: survey No'mat- weight against the black employees of the post office without ;

was signed "The Turks." :;ter how'It starts, 'itdould all Wind up'with you spending'your giving them due respect as men, after dictating nasty way

.Roy Wilkins has been Executive Director of the NAACP since afternoon in court. Sounds pretty bad, whatever it is, doesn'tit to no avail.
? rye just described the beginning and final measures of a
April 1955,'when he was unanimously named by the Board of
Directors to succeed Walter White who passed in March, 1955. code enforcement violation. The steps that are taken betweenthe These nine postal employees of whom eight are college

Under his staunch, courageous and intelligent leadership has two can make all the difference. students began to unionize themselves then and there. The
black supervisor (uncle Tom) began to think of himself as
grown Immenselymembership over 450,000,located in 1,700
branches and youth groups in 50 states and the District of The Neighborhood Rehabilitation Branch (NRB) in part of powerless. He then tried to no avail to have us get off the

Columbia. He is often called "Mr. Civil Rights" because of Metro's Department of Housing & Urban Development. It clock. He then turned to the big boy i of the Biscayne Annex, !

the many things accomplished by the organization under his handles people's property that may be in violation of the County tour supervisor who Immediately showed his prejudices and'made

Chairmanship of the Leadership Conference on Civil Rights- Housing Code, rental or owner occupied.When the NRB receives it known. With no explanation he demanded us off the

a group which coordinates the lobbying efforts of some 120 notice that a violation has been committed it sends out clock and off government property of course, with a little

civic, labor and church organizations. led the campaign an investigator to determine what is wrong with the property.A reinforcement, governmental agencies with guns on their
list is then sent to the property owner describing the violations sides.
which resulted in the enact me it of the Civil Rights Acts of
1957 1960 1964 and 1965. and the owner is given a reasonable time to make the We all of
us have direct evidence to believe that the reason
necessary repairs. When time is up,NRB will make an inves-
for this particular incident or shall I say accident in whichwe
tigation of the property to make sure that corrective action has
are going to make stand out like a sore thumb even thoughan
been taken. A violator the decision of the NRB
appeal
may Uncle Tom Is Involved, even if we are doomed to death is
and object to an investigation of the property.
racial prejudice on a black man and discrimination on a black

[LETTERS TO THE EDITOR) tax payers money.
NRB is more than fair In its workings with the public, it

urges voluntary compliance and in many Instances, an NRB .
Investigator may find that hardship or illness has preventedthe PHIL OSSOFER I

owner from making the necessary repairs. He then con
Wants Miami Beach School tacts the Neighborhood Development Program or the State Welfare There are two ways to read two conflicting passages.The .

Board for assistance. Only the "hard-core" violatorsare the Bible with one's physical Bible Is written In a

IntegratedDear prosecuted; In fact, only 10% of the cases have been eyes and with one's spiri- "foreign" language It is an

Dr. Whigham and Members of the Dade County Board of brought to court! The punishment is a painful one .- $500 and/ tual eyes. Beamed,this a long unknown tongue to those whose

Public Instruction; or 60 days in the County jail. Remember tenant occupants as time ago when I found in my spiritual eyes have not,been

well as owner occupants and landlords have certain re spons I- first reading of this"glor10us opened. But, even as a foreign
i4 book that it contained language has to be learned do
bilities. some ,
We are white parents of children who attend Leroy D. Fien-
berg Elementary :School, 1420 Washington Avenue, Miami apparently conflicting pas it is with spiritual language,
The actions of the Neighborhood Rehabilitation Branch are sages. For example, in John except that it is learned
Beach Florida. We recently read in the MiamlHerald, Judge
Atkins', opinion ordering desegregation, of all Dada County elementary strictly in the interest of the tenant and property owner. Firstof 6:63, Jesus tells us that the through the heart, and not the
and the School all, the code itself protects the tenant from unsafe living flesh prof Iteth nothing.Then in head. When one learns the
schools by January 26, 1970 ordering
conditions. The list of violations can serve as a checklist of 1 Corinthians, 3:17, Paul says, spiritual language he under-
Board to submit a plan within 30 days.
proper necessary repairs .- repairs that have been obvious to the "If any man defile, the templeof stands that the flesh proflteth

We want to stand up and be counted parents who sincerely owner, but they've "just never gotten around to do anything God him shall God destroy: nothing because it is temporal

and deeply desire effective desegregation and integration of our about them." Now the property owner has a complete list of for the temple of God is holy, ft is just a vehicle to carry

elementary school as soon as possible.Wehave waited patiently things to be done, and a time schedule in which he has to do which temple ye are."(What! man through this short phsyi-

for many years, perhaps too patiently as the progress to them. The correction of this property owner's home leads to The temple of God profiteth cal portion of eternal life.

date has been very small. the repair of the neighbor's homes.If even one house or apartment nothing?) However, like any vehicle thatIs

on a block becomes poorly kept, the whole neighborhoodmay created to carry one to a.
We hereby take this opportunity to respectfully inform the No wonder I was confused.
lose interest in the upkeep of the area. NRB can prevent :destination it must be cared
,
people to whom this letter is addressed that we have not yet I could understand how others
and deteriorated conditions. for driven and
blighted properly ser-
seen our elementary school mentioned in any proposed plans, might'not fathom the truth in ,
riced
etc. noted in the newspapers, but that we nevertheless expectit Especially in low- income areas, NRB is beneficial to ten- the Bible. ". By hearing The often.human vehicle the
to be included in the Court-ordered plan, and we expect it shall hear and shall not
ye ,
is minimum standards
ants. Although the county code merely temple of God is serviced with
to start educating black as well as white children by the understand and seeing .
many the results in rental properties ,make living conditions far ; ye the lubrication of prayer and
January, 1970 deadline. not under regulations.Ade shall see and shall not pre-
county
superior to those buildings good deeds, and it runs
quate heat and hot water are required of all rental properties.: ceive., (Matt. 1314.) smoothly only on the fuel of
We would appreciate your advising us of the proposed plan and crime rates are lowered as a direct resultof
Delinquency Later I underwent a change brotherhood and love.Thus,in
School.If
.
Elementary
Feinberg
for the Leroy D.
desegregating our expectations are unfulfilled, we shall investigate and the higher living standards.So myself, and my spiritual eyes this way the flesh that profiteth
to consti were opened. I found that nothing can be the vehicle that
consider taking appropriate legal action secure our
the question narrows down Clean up or Court". Real where before I could see, not will carry man to the eternal

tutional rights. ly, for the good .of everyone involved,.isn't it better to take I could preceive, and I finally goal of the kingdom of heaven

Very truly yours, care of ,your property? Help Neighborhood Rehabilitation understood the outward super- on earth, proving it is holy
Richard Yale ;Feder & Irma Robbins Feder Branch help you I 111! ,I ficial differences as with these even though it is temporal.





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How long Dade County?

MA/V1T1 /
We were pleased to see the NAACP make a'meaningful move
last week in taking a strong stand on getting blacks employed
on all public construction financed with public funds.

Too long have union bigots been permitted to decide who is rnEqual
qualified to work on construction Jobs. By subsidizing racial << .
discrimination of this type,federal, city and state officials are i o '"P 1 )J
violating the very law and order that they are so prone to
preach about especially at election time.

The nation is now witnessing in Pittsburgh and Chicago a
bitter struggle to win more Jobs for blacks in the construction
industry. Only the theme today is not one of asking, but one of
demanding. This demand will very likely spread to other areas To Be .
of the country where recalcitrant officials usually wait until
the violence and chaos starts before admitting the demandsare

Just. by Whitney M. Young Jr. I ..
Booker ... .
By T. Hayes \ \ .,)
Just as in Pittsburgh and Chicago, black people will take to Executive Director National Urban League
the streets all over this country to demand a fair share of the

lucrative Jobs in the construction industry.The Master Builders Mays Junior High School???
Association and the Trades Unions Council have been VIETNAM-The Peace DividendWhen
served notice. Tokenism will not be tolerated. Tokenism is
'no more than underground racism. Here in Mia ml the federal The,recent controversy over thee school board's new de-
government had to make a grant and sign contract before 30 the war in Vietnam ends $24 billion per year will be segregation policy offers, some insight as to why during the
black youth could,be taken into the apprenticeship program. freed for more productive uses than killing people- will it? initial stages of Integration, the trend has always been to send
The black man is tired of having to pay for his constitutional A few years ago economists painted a very rosy picture of black children into previously all-white schools.the resultof
rights. all the wonderful things that could be done with so much money, a suit filed by the parents of a group of students affected by
the new policy we find that the black schools so vigorously
but now there are very confusing statements coming out of of- ,
Most whites criticized President Nixon's recent announce-
fit white in-
ficial defended as separate but equal are not even for
ment of his new welfare program. Many were heard to exclaim, Washington.
habitants. black has known all along
Every responsible person
dividend"
It that the billion often called the -
seems $24 "peace
"Why don't they get off welfare and get a Job?" Well, Just.what but
black white
schools were Inferior to their counterparts,
when the White House
won't' be there war ends.. advisor -
are these same black to dp in Pittsburgh and 1
people trying
certain reversal of the
Daniel P. Moyniha'n told newsnjen'thaf,.built-in spending now that 'a condition'has created a
Chicago? increases' bigger Pent gon"arD s purchases would,pretty practiced policy :we find that the general trend'of thought
And don't give us that stuff about not being qualified. We've' much wipe out any savings from the war. among most whites is that black schools cannot provide their
heard that one before. Most whites think a black man needs a Then other Administration officials said that some money, children's educational needs. To say that such thinking is
college degree to be a stock clerk in a department store. A at least, would be available. Finally, another white house ad- childish and immature should be enough, but when we con-
white man's qualification is usually his color. We'veseen too visor, Dr. Arthur F. Burns, said he thought about $8 billion sider the fact these people have seen fit to go to court,with
many minorities come to this country with language barriers, could be freed for new social programs.That same day, President such a defense charges the complex of the situation.The .
etc. and be welcomed into the construction Industry with open Nixon Indicated that, no, there wouldn't be much money contention of these parents is that Mays is unfit for
arms. available if the war ended soon. use as a Junior high school facility. don't feel the structure
It's high time for the construction industry to admit blacks It seems that there Is a big tug-of-war shaping up as every- whatever It may' be, has a great deal to do with the quality of
into their associations and unions and end this travesty of Jus" body has different plans for using the pot of gold at the end of education received. Some of the most quoted and respected
tice. It's time they do it all across the nation not only in Pitts- the Vietnam rainbow. fathers of the country were ina sense self-elected. Those accredited -

burgh and Chicago. Because, sure enough.thls movement will The money is there.It is now being spent to wage war. When with having formal educations, received them in one
spread. the war ends, some of it will re main committed to Vietnamto room schools or buildings that would not measure up in any
4 How long Dade County?' help rebuild the country we helped to tear apart. respect to the Mays School. Since we know that for a time
What about the rest? It will amount to a cool $20 billion or schools were conducted outdoors, what could have prompted
/ so and how that money is spent will go a long way toward determining these parents to accept such a flimsy excuse and feel they
Drug Clinic Working what kind of country America will become.Mr. would have a chance In the courts of this county for a reversal?
Moynihan actually performed a great public service by Could It be they expect the same type of 'consideration they
The United Fund of Dade County deserves a great deal of his bleak prediction. Too many people Just assumed that they have been receiving,which looks uponthem and their grievancewith
credit for its quick and effective work in setting up the Drug could sit back and do nothing, because after the war ended, sympathetic eye?
Clinic at Jackson Memorial Hospital. all that money would be available to spend on our rotting cities
and to erase poverty from the land. The heart of the concern rest in the fact that Mays Is locat-
A few weeks ago! it looked like help for our Increasing num- ,Now those people know it Just isn't so. The peace dividendwas ed in a high density black neighborhood. To too many white
hard addicts would be long in coming when parents this is the their children into the
ber of core drug a pretty day dream, but there was never any reason to equivalent of sending
the hassle started over, Dr. Ben Sheppard's controversial believe in it. That money wasn't spent on social reforms be- Jungle or someplace equally as dangerous. Their contact with
clinic. But the United Fund' moved In quietly with money and fore the war started, and now there is no reason to think that black people has been 'so limited they still picture them as
volunteer help from local doctors andputareal commendable the Administration will spend it wisely unless pressured do savages.
package together.

so.War costs didn't prevent us from going ahead with expensive They don't realize that despite the hardships placed In their
In the first 14 days of operation the clinic enrolled 236 heroin space shots, and they didn't prevent the government from path, the black people have progressed steadily.Their respectfor
addicts from all parts of Dade and Broward counties. The spending billions subsidies to law still a partof
on wealthy individuals and corporations and order is Verified by the fact they are
4 ages ran from teenagers to past 40. Forty per cent of the ad- And war spending didn't stop the Pentagon from the American scene.,This has been a way with black people
dicts were in the 20 24 age bracket which should give our developing ever more expensive military hardware systemslike because they have had to show a respect for the law required -
community cause for concern. the ABM. by no other individual. They are not the better and re-
Unless all citizens become aware of what is happening to vengeful people most whites believe they have the right to be.
Drug addition is one of the biggest problems this faces.we're happy the united Fund realizes this and is ends. The Pentagon will air of eliminate.My .
with tension
come up bigger and still more in their children only time will
doing something about it. useless war toys, and still more money will be drained off for, opinion is that it is not the structure to which these par-
selfish.Interests ents object but the location of the structure.
Meanwhile, 24 million Americans remain in poverty; the
schools are inadequate; transportation bad; 26 million housing There is, however, ono puzzling aspect about the whole
Food Stamps To Stay units desperately needed; 5 million public service Jobs un- affair and it stems from the fact that despite the parents claim,
filled and the cities are running downhill. the teachers and students at Mays appear to be taking care
Good news from Washington this week was that the Nixon It's all a question of priorities. There has to be a long hard of the business at hand, teaching and learning. It required a
Administration had decided against doing away with the food look at what the nation needs most, and then there must be federal Judge to start the ball rolling, but it seems everyoneat
stamp program that has helped so many poor people in their massive allocation of resources into the areas highest pri- the school is intent upon keeping the momentum going.
fight against poverty. The decision did not come easy because ority needs. The general thought is that maybe the children should have
t much pressure had to be brought for the favorable decision. We already have enough missiles to blast everyone off the more voice In their affairs. Many feel the problems would be
face of the earth,and we've already reached the barren wastesof less complicated. Some' students are openly embarassed by
It was not a victory for proponents of the
complete program
the We've
moon. accomplished all a nation can hope to their parents views and between their
actions. They are torn
because definite changes will be made.,The food stamps will
achieve except creating an open society with equality for all pledge to honor and obey and their knowledge of right and
be tied into the administration's welfare reform package for and poverty for none.Establishment .
wrong. Most parents don't realize that schools are somewhatlike
the would make Nixon's lot
This a
new
poor. move program
of such
a society should be the number what
one molds. The
ingredients are poured into it and we get
to critics who have screamed loud and long
more acceptable
priority but it can only come about if all
concerned citizens should be a finished are the
product. The developed
that $1,600 was not a liveable for a family of four. The products
wage tell their leaders that they're fed with double talk
up about how people to whom the entrusted.
of the must be
destiny
$750 in food stamp bonuses would kick the figure to $2,350, a poor the government is and demand that country
war savings become What better is there of one'sfellowman
to
learn
than the true nature
little better but still not enough. peace spending to build an open society. ? ,





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.THE MIAMI TIMES, ,Friday, September 12, 1969 5 i


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Roy Wilkins, executive director of the NationalAssociationfor FOUND THEIR CONDUCT <',.. ;:;r \ ;x 4 I ILEGALIFREPREHENISIBLE.
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the Advancement of Colored People, is one black man ., \.. '
whose couragefaith, tact in handling situations, persistence,
and the fine art of commonlcation keeps the NAACP moving HE UPHELD TUITION \ "

forward for equal opportunities for all, for de-segregation, GRANTS TO WHITE STUDENTS 5, I f I
and for civil rights. .andho tells it like It is no matter who
BVA VIRGINIA
disagrees. A recent editorial
by the great Nannie Mitchell
Turner of the St. Lopis Argus, gives you the picture of his COUNTY THAT HAD CLOSED L 1rAVOIDINTE6RAT10NAND

'frankness.' We quote&part: of this editorial: "it is Roy Wilklns ITS PUBLIC SCHOOLS TO )

well documented, point by point criticism of the present ad- '

ministration's (president Nixon) direction relation to itemsof WHEHHESAIDTHATHOS- .
prime interest to black citizens.He pin points such various
items as the cutttngbackofthe PITALS RECEIVING PUBLIC.

Neighborhood Job Corps Cent- FUNDS UNDER THE HILL-

ers, the Defense Department BURTON ACT SHOULD NOT '':
'letting multl-million dollar t
FORBIDDEN TO BAR
contracts with only verbal assurances ;
offairhirlngpoll- NEGRO PHYSICIANS
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cies, the firing of Clifford i PATIENTS. t tFRED
Alexander from the chairmanship P. GRAHAM
of the Equal Opportunity R N Y.TIMES

Employment Commission for .
what amounted to doing his job. i

The cutting back of funds for

low cost housing, model cities

and rent supplements, the
subtle passing down of the word

from the administration that

lagging school districts would

be given more time to effect 4 :
desegregation. This coming ;

some fifteen years after de-

segregation was declared Illegal by the Supreme Court." You'll

agree that he (Roy Wilkins) does take a stand for right.. "I Want To Turn The Court Around" Said Mr. Nixon

Another instance which shows that Roy Wilkins: is a man of

courage, was during a convention too many years ago whena
group known as the"Turks"tried In every way to 'break' or
,split the NAACP. to fact,it was in 1968 at the National NAACP Post Office DiscriminatesAt

Convention in Atlantic that the "Turks" in
City operating the Biscayne Annex post office nine summer employees,
direct opposition to Mr.Wilkins and the NAACP ( )
policies
were
w REPORTSBY Dale Shaw,Theophilus Martin, Eddie Faw,Vernon Clark,Cole-
handed a resoundlig defeat But right will prevail when
I man Thomas, Sidney Holland, Robert Clark, Billy Young and
you have that 'stick-to-it' determination to work for the principles -' fig. {
Thomas Sheffield were told by a newly assigned black supervisor
as set forth by organization as Mr. Wilkins has
your ,
; HALEY SOFGE
to move some lockers, tables and refrigerators after
and thn 'turks' did a 'right-about' face when
they presentedRoy
returning from lunch at 11:30 recently. However the em-
Wilkins a plaque and paid $l0U cu a $500 NAACP Life ,Director of Dade County Department of ,
ployees, also black, did not return at 11:30 because their
Membership at the 1969 NAACP Convention which was held in
Housing and Urban Development Immediate counselors had not been Informed of the new lunch
Jackson Mississippi. The plaque was engraved "We
: com-
schedule; furthermore, they always went to lunch at 12:00
mend Roy Wilkins our Executive Director for his of
years
and returned at 12:30. Therefore, 12:30 was after lunch. Asa
thoughtful and dedicated service As NAACP 'lI members* we It can start out as a phone call from your neighbor '. or result of his newly obtained chores he then began to test his

pledge our support to Its duly constituted. leadership.'. The ,it may be the'result ofasystematicproperty: survey. No matter weight against the black employees of the post office without
plaque was signed "The Turks." how it starts 'It'c Could! all wind up with '
you spending your giving them due respect as men, after dictating the nasty way
Roy Wilkins has been Executive Director of the NAACP since I afternoon in court. Sounds pretty bad, whatever it is, doesn'tit to no avail.

April 1955,'when be was unanimously named by the Board of ? rye just described the beginning and final measures of a
Directors to succeed Walter White who passed In March, 1955. code enforcement violation. The steps that are taken betweenthe These nine postal employees of whom eight are college

Under his staunch, courageous and intelligent leadership has two can make all the difference. students began to unionize themselves then and there. The

grown immenselymembership over 450,000,located in 1,700 black supervisor (uncle Tom) began to think of himself as
branches and youth groups in 50 states and the District of The Neighborhood Rehabilitation Branch (NRB) in part of powerless. He then tried to no avail to have us get off the

Columbia. He Is often called "Mr. Civil Rights" because of Metro's Department of Housing & Urban Development. It clock. He then turned to the big boy t of the Biscayne Annex, '

the many things accomplished by the organization under his handles people's property that maybe in violation of the County tour supervisor who immediately showed his prejudices and'made

Chairmanship of the Leadership Conference on Civil Rightsa Housing Code, rental or owner occupied.When the NRB receives it known. With no explanation he demanded us off the
group which coordinates the lobbying efforts of some 120 notice that a violation bas been committed it sends out clock and off government property of course, with a little

civic, labor and church organizations. .He led the campaign an Investigator to determine what wrong with the property.A reinforcement, governmental agencies with guns on their

which resulted in the enactment of the Civil Rights Acts of list is then sent to the property owner describing the viola- sides.

1957, 1960, 1964 and 1965. tions, and the owner is given a reasonable time to make the We, all of us have direct evidence to believe that the reason -
necessary repairs. When time is up,NRB will make an inves- for this particular incident or shall I say accident in whichwe
tigation of the property to make sure that corrective action has
are going to make stand out like a sore thumb even though
been taken. A violator may appeal the decision of the NRB an Uncle Tom Is Involved, even if we are doomed to death is
and object to an investigation of the property.NRB .
racial prejudice on a black man and discrimination on a black

fliTTERS TO THE EDITOR tax payers money.
is more than fair in its workings with the public, it

urges voluntary compliance and in many instances, an NRB .
investigator may find that hardship or illness has preventedthe PHIL OSSOFER 'I

owner from making the necessary repairs. He then con-
Wants Miami Beach School
tacts the Neighborhood Development program or the State Welfare There are two ways to read two conflicting passages.
Board for assistance. Only the "hard-core" violatorsare the Bible with one's physical The Bible is written in a

IntegratedDear prosecuted; In fact, only 10% of the cases have been eyes and with one's spiri- "foreign" language. It is an
to court The is $500 and/ tual eyes. neamed this a long unknown tongue to those whose
Dr. Whlgham and Members of the Dade County Board of brought punishment a painful one -
Public Instruction: or 60 days in the County jail. Remember tenant occupants as time ago when I found in my spiritual ,eyes have not,been
well as owner occupants and landlords have certain responsibilities first reading of thls"glorlous opened. But, even as a foreign
\ book that it contained some language has to be learned,do
We are white parents of children who attend Leroy D. Flen- .
berg Elementary :School, 1420 Washington Avenue, Miami apparently conflicting pas it is with spiritual language,
The actions of the Neighborhood Rehabilitation Branch are that it Is learned
sages. For example, in John except
Beach, Florida. We recently read, in the MiamiHerald, Judge
in the interest of the tenant and property Firstof tells the heart and not the
owner.
Atkins' opinion ordering desegregation of all Dade County elementary strictly 6:63, Jesus us that the through ,
schools by January 26, 1970 and ordering the School all, the code itself protects the tenant from unsafe living flesh proflteth nothing.Then in head. When one learns the

Board to submit a proper plan within 30 days. conditions. The list of violations can serve as a checklist of 1 Corinthians, 3:17, Paul says, spiritual language he under-
necessary repairs. -- repairs that have been obvious to the "If any man defile, the templeof stands that the flesh profiteth
We want to stand up and be counted as parents who sincerely owner, but they've "just never gotten around to do anything God him shall God destroy: nothing because it is temporal
and deeply desire effective desegregation and integration of our about them." Now .the property owner has a complete list of for the temple of God is holy, It is just a vehicle to carry

elementary school as soon as possible.We have waited patiently things to be done, and a time schedule in which he has to do which temple ye are."(What! man through this short phsyi-

for many years, perhaps too patiently as the progress to them. The correction of this property owner's home leads to The temple of God profiteth cal portion of eternal life.

date has been very small. the repair of the neighbor's homes. If even one house or apart- nothing?) However, like any vehicle that
ment block becomes kept the whole neighborhoodmay Is created to to
on a poorly carry one a,
We hereby take this opportunity to respectfully inform the No wonder I was confused.
lose interest in the upkeep of the area. NRB can prevent destination it must be cared
people to whom this letter is addressed that we have not yet I could understand how others ,
blighted and deteriorated conditions. for driven properly and ser-
,
seen our elementary school mentioned in any proposed plans, might"not fathom the truth in

etc. noted in the newspapers, but that we nevertheless expectit the Bible. ". By hearing viced often.
Especially in lowincome areas, NRB is beneficial to ten The human vehicle the
to be included in the Court-ordered plan, and we expect it shall hear and shall not
ye
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ants. Although the county code is merely minimum standards, temple of God is serviced with
to start educating black as well as white children by the understand and ,
many seeing
the results in rental properties ,make living conditions far ; ye the lubrication of prayer and
January, 1970 deadline. not under regulations.Ade- shall see and shall not pre-'
superior to those buildings county good deeds, and it runs
quate heat and hot water are required of all rental properties. ceive. (Matt. 13:14.), smoothly only On the fuel of
of the
advising us proposed plan
We would appreciate your
for desegregating the Leroy D. Feinberg Elementary School.If Delinquency and crime rates are lowered as a direct resultof Later I underwent a change brotherhood and love.Thus,in

our expectations are unfulfilled, we shall investigate and the higher living standards.So myself, and my spiritual eyes this way the flesh that profiteth

consider taking appropriate legal action to secure our constitutional were opened* I found that nothing can be the vehicle that
the question narrows down to Clean up or Court". Real- where before I could see, notI will carry man to the eternal

rights. ly, for the good ,of everyone involved, isn't It better to take coujd preceive, and I finally' goal' of the kingdom'of heaven

Very truly yours, care of your property? Help Neighborhood Rehabilitation understood the outward super- on earth. proving it is.holy

Richard Yale :Feder & Irma Robbins, Feder Branch help you 111 "-v;,,:\: I; ficial differences as with these even though ,It is temporal.,


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Miami Times Society Editor

'
; Aler and Mary Games spent two weeks iaTaHahassee visiting :
relatives and friends: wMM,

Happiness is being a grandmother ...Evelyn Cory Kinchen
and Jab Kinchen have Joined the grandparents club. their
son, Lewis and d:1qhter-fn.Jay Leila are the proud parents '
.
of a boy, Bryant: Earl Lewis bona Sept.,hi Brooklyn; N. T. .r
'r
Rouseguesting: with Sgt and Mrs.Jesse L,. Nash is MozeHBaggans : f ; ."
ofCity' Chicago. -
," I Iv and Mrs.Wi Swindle Mrs. Beatrice
:
: Mr. : Richardsonand
Commissioner M.Attalle Range and son:, Gary chose:
toe Catskill Mountains for their vacation. a'y of 2350 NW 92nd St.announce Mr. and Mrs.AlbertNor-
the engagement of her daughter wood announce the engagement -
Carol (Mrs. E.; R.)Banna has enrolled at the University of Delores Jackson to Mr. of their niece and goddaughter ..
Miami. She received: hvServlce Teaching;Award frog the .k f
y ( Marcus A. Brinsoo, nephewof Mercedia Pence to
Bahamian} government for study in guidance and counseling.Her r .. fir' 1N 7 M1 r e
Mr. and Mrs.James Johnson Mr. Willie Williams.
mother, Marie Cooper Is all smiles since Car ors arrival
from Nassau. of !MONW70th Stand son :Mercedia,a gradate cf Miami ,..
of the late Mr .TbelmaSmftb. Jackson Senior
High
Students and'College. .HartmuTayl Jr. has returned Miss Jackson Is also the School and is now attending
to Creighton! University; Rachel Reeves to BenaettCoUege daughter of Mr. L,A.Jacksor Victor's Business School:
and Jeffrey Young to St. Emma's. of Miami

Sgt. Daniel W. MuIHettS' Chapter 39 Disabled American The wedding is planned for
Veterans Auxiliary win meet Thursday,Sept 11 at Primary Miss Jackson attended Miami September 27.
'C 7:30) p.m.All members are urged to attend this meeting. A/Wlued Northwestern and Tus-
September Is membership month for this chapter. If you are f'1WJ kegee Institute. She is pres-
the wife, widow mother sisters daughters ently teaching m the Dade He is presently employed by
grandmothers, Mr. and Mrs. Richard H. nessee Aft I State University
and granddaughters of any person who was Injured disabled Powell wish to announce the Nashville, Tennessee. She Is school system. Mr. Brinsoo: United Parcel service.
while serving with any of the armed forces, yon are eligible engagement of their daughter; presently a first grade teacher attended Miami Northwestern A December wedding Is
for membership fit the auxiliary.We extend to you :a welcometo Janice Louise to Mr. Flmnoy at Lfllie C. Evans Elementary and served in the 17.S.Army. planned.

our regular meeting on Thursday at 7:30 p.m.at PrimaryC. Hopton Jr. son of Mr.and Mrs. School.
.Arie Mae demons Commander. Flfnnoy Hopton Sr. of St. Mr.Hoptoa is a graduate of 'SX m'm); mWW'H'

Sandra Debris, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Willis Murray Louis, Missouri Central High School,St.Louis, i, fi
wiffi be married to Duncan Oliver Bunbory onSeptember 20 at
Ma. He has served in the Air
i Hi! I'm Harriette Stiles
Holy Redeemer Catholic Church. Miss Powell is a graduateof Force and Is presently employed .-
I Mrs. Lillian Jones, 3242 NW 43th Street lavishly entertained Northwestern Senior High : as as Aircraft Mechanic social worker in South f.1"
her friends and members from the New Light Baptist Church School and received her for National Airlines. | Dade.. Wan n a be a f

Detroit, at a dinner party Wednesday evening.They were attending bachelor's degree in elementary The couple plans to be wed p groovy queen, the steal' }; i
the annual session of the Progressive National Baptist : education from Ten in March. per of ANY scene? Be a .
Convention at Miami Beach. Guests attending were Mrs. ---
4 model day and earn
Verna Tellls, Delia Smith Eva: Nesbitt, Lucille Clark, Nonie any
Austin, Ezcell Carroll Florence Marshall, Miggie Stewart &f'1U1tUtfuoued I HIGH pay. (I got $75pfor '

and Fannie Honiday DetroitLocal guests were Rev. P.S. this ten minutepresentation -i ti

Brown, Mary Lou Nixon, Rose Munlin, Maggie Scott,Beatrice + i at the ;
Chapman and Deacon and Mrs.Stoker. Hilton-Plaza for Faberge '

Get well wishes to Mrs..Ad:1RoneDoreeI1Gra1: Eva Jones, N Mr.and Mrs.Willie Patterson i[ where'I was later
519! NW 4tH Ave., Miami t
Nehemiah Ferguson and Walter "Dinosaur" Johnson.
:| a special guest with _
announce the engagement of
Now that September has come most of our local clubs, Cary Grant. _
thefr daughter Tattoo Katrina -
sororities and fraternities are swinging: into actfon.Here Is a
to Gilbert Bowie, son of I om a student at:
poem: to he membership. >F
Mrs. haste Clarke, Miami
FOR A HAPPY CLUB LIFE: Louise Riley
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The weddmg is planned for Finishing
Forget the slander yon have heard Nov. 23.
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Forget he hasty unkind word, : ;1iol: ...

Forget Forget the the whole quarrel affair forget because the cause, A'"!** k r "GO'TO'CHURCH" : & Modeling Academy |

Forgetting is the only way. :. SUNDAY : 35 HE 17th St., Miami, Suit 233 Ph: 379-3591 I ti
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Forget the trials which you have had, ...........................: :;::::::':",'..:::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::;::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::;::::;::::::;:::::::::::;::::*:: :
Forget the weather if it's bad, <
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Forget the gray strands in your hair, "" *' ";

Forget that you're ndt a millionaire, .
Forget the coffee when ft's cold,
Forget the knock, forget the scold,
Forget to even get the blues,
But don't forget to pay your dues
Thanks to Chris Bramy of San Mateo, California

Have you ordered your ticket for the Herald's club conference OMiT1
If not can the women's department at 350-2697. The MYJ
tickets are free. The conference will be held on Thursday,
Sept. IS at the Dupont Plaza.Speaker this year is Vera Glaser
of The Herald's Washington bureau.Highlight of the' conference
will be the announcement of winners of the Herald's IMh annual

Club of the Year Awards. :B U R D I 1ST E 'S
Miss Gloria S.Davis Bedford Hills, N.Y. is spending partof
her vacation with her parents Mr.and Mrs. Lewis S. Davis
of Carol City.

Vera L. Sears, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Nealon Sears, ,
1270 NW 75th St.became the bride of Mr.Dennis McTler on :' > .:, '''' '

August 30. The ceremony and reception were beld at the home now in '., ,.
of the bride. After a honeymoon in the Bahamas the couple progress : :

ale residing in Miami.Congratulations ,. .,: ,):
to Mr. and Mrs. Rudolph Beckett(Shirley ",J:.., <<'"

King) who were wedded Sunday at Day Spring Baptist Church. savings wherever look! '
Rev.Douglas Cook performed the ceremony and Mrs.Evelyn you .i": .:'
U Outer was the directress .
Larry E. Souter,'son of Mr. and Mrs..John Sorter left last ,oF:'
Saturday for Atlanta, Ga. where he will study hi the field oft all 7 burdine's stores 4.etw .
,
elementary education: at Clark College. -

t I Mrs. Dorothy Simmons of Chicago,Jetted Into Miami Sunday .
for a two weeks vacation. She Is the house guest of her cousin .. ,;" ""
Rosa Lee and Zeke Brady, white here she will visit Nassau ;. ** i ", ', '
and Jamaica. I

Former idamian Alma 0. Davis,presently residing in Chicago -
Is now visiting her sister LUlle Dorsett of 3295 NW 43rd Come Friday to this big, value-packed jamboree of savings! You'll find such
Terrace. 4 extraordinary values on all floors, all over the store, you'll want to stock up -
fashions for the whole season ahecd.You'll also find
I One of the social highlights of the season in Nassau was the big savings on home
NnboJd.-Kmer wedding. Among those attending from Miami accessories, furnishings, appliances, men's wear, apparel for the children.

were James Wright, Jr., Mrs. Albertha Woodberry, Mrs. And, for convenience sake, be sure to carry your Burdine's credit card. ,
Florence Downs, Mrs. Eva Humes, Mrs. Alice Akins, Miss "
Joyce Homes, Mrs. Mary Edwards and daughter, Mrs. Delia
Sawyer, Mrs. Minnie Barr, Mr. and Mrs. George Newbold, r
" Mr. and Mrs. E. Barr, Mrs. Blondeva Manuel, E. Barr Jr., REMEMBER, ALL BURDINE'S SCORES OPEN LATE FRIDAY
f Mrs. Mary Walton, Mrs. C.Brooks,Mrs.Roth Ever ette, Mrs.
C. McWilliams, Mrs. Bernice T. Greene, Mrs.Mildred Johnson
and grandchildren. The wedding was directed by Mildred * **

Johnson and Bernice Greene.Mr. .

and Mrs. Rudy 'Mick:(Mildred) are the proud parents BRING YOUR BURDINE'S CREDIT CARD CHARGE
of a boy, Jason Corey, born August 18th at Mt.Sinai Hospt WHAT YOU WANTIS
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I Afram Releases New Catalog


AFRAM House, a black- lion black citizens. A fr a m' s new, four-color ,famed Cab calloway, pointsout
operated firm based In Miami, The vastly extended range catalo g which has Just been that the exciting catalogof "

I has vastly expanded its line of 0: fine merchandise, from released. In a cover letter, gift and beauty ideas highlights 1 1e
quality products made espec- beauty preparations to black Blanche Calloway, presidentof the Afram theme: 1i i
ially for America's 22- mil baby dolls, is outlined in "
Afram and sister of the "Black Is Beautiful. II I

Miss Calloway notes that 'I\
she is particularly proud of 1

the expanded cosmetic line, BY STANLEY "SWEETS" SWEETING
born of her irritation that

,. : there were no quality cosme- LINE-0-TYPE
tics designed especially for
the black complexion f Editor's Note: The pleasing responses received to our last
'i a. week's column on Miami's'Firsts for
'le she said "Afram
"Nowe" '
House has expanded to includea Blacks"was so overwhelming, that we were
full line of cosmetic and wig asked to dig into our 'memory bag' for ad-
ditional info. Two items we presented were
3 3ft
items for women, as well as
challenged, which we recalled, and agreed Yr
ft N J'k e after shaves, colognes, hairconditioners
and hair piecesfor upon. We'd like to warn you, however, that S S /1

,men." your challenges might not necessarily be

The range of new items in correct. However, we still solicit your cor-
., a Pod ty rections if find
1, t the 20-page full-color cata- you us wrong.) |

log reflect Afram's astonish '
ADDED 'FIRSTS' AMONG BLACKS FOR VI
ing growth. Born only last fall,
Afram started as a mail-order MIAMI First graveyard custodian; James Roberts. First I
,L ,,d Z k L house and such V-63 Cadillac owner: Bob Fighter First Buick 4 owner:
R 3J L Y was a success
the nation's largest retail Austin Blsson. First oil-stove repairman:; 'Kitchen Dick'

chains asked to handle First well-and-pump driller: James Gilllson. FirstSt
Afram's Agnes' priest: Fr Julius Tucker First Miss Booker.
unique, quality products -
H g 4S '' yk4'y T. Washington: Mar jorieStinner.. irst 'accomplished male I

I : Now Afram products 'are 'pianist: Arthur Irwin Ford First accomplished Jazz pianist -
\ available by mail order (with : Theodore Powers. First youngster to penetrate the.
an unconditional money-back adult sports and social world: Willie (Dick) Slater First
BTW basketball team: Cornelius (Function) Stewart, Cecil
guarantee) or in such wellknownestablishments -
q a (Shorty) Bell,, St Clair (Mutt) Hall, Astor Cornelius*Tate,
i.
Julius Jones..
Sears, J. C. Penneys, Wards l
and Glmbles. I
FIRST POLICE SERGEANT (Corrected erratum): Lt Louis
A highlight of the new catalog F. Duty. First shoe-cobbler: Brown's. First star ath-,
is the unique African Heritage lete at FAMC (Now FAMU): Bristoe PayneSr. First grad
series of 13 wall plaques. uate from EWC (Edward Waters College): Mrs. Frances.,

1 14.t These striking plaques, light Payne, Mrs. Ella Sulcer (among first six) First Dade

weight yet remarkably strong, Nandethas Dillon-Toomey First baseball club owner:
.t st faithfully reproduce African Scott Payne. .. First(female)Hospitalnow JMH) patient;'
.scenes. Each has a text out- Verdell Wright First dance hall (Corrected,erratum):
lining an aspect of the richly Scott Payne Hall First movie pianist (Lyric -. music
varied background and cultureof accompanied 'still movies) Richard Collins.First florist:

1A I which the American Negrocan Magic City Florist (W. O. Perry) First Reformatory'School '

WH> FT>W........
Jeb Stuart Records New Song The lipstick selection has
., ,been expanded from eight to THE WEEK'S WASH: Annie Ruth Jones back after two weeksin

25 exciting colors. Makeuphas upstate Virginia Agnes Hamm returned to Jack Me-
with the notions vhich
Soulful Jeb Stuart 1 Is pictured a singing group
been expanded to a full morial's premature center following her Nassau vacation. j.
consists of Beverly, Dionn and Rita. The group does the background behind range of powders,creams,eye And Isadora Young of JMH's premature returns after three

the singer. Below IsJeb's newest release on the Great American label. shadow, lotions and fresh- weeks. Lillian Thomas the JMH divorcee back from a Savannah ;:

:' ners. The cosmetics are designed Ga and Nassau, Bahamas vacation. .. Horace Brown, 4
;\'; : GONNA KEEP ON DANCING (CAUSE I GOT SOUL) for the darkest to,the and his frau Cleo (of Jackson Memorial pediatrics) Columbia,

I, '': .. lightest skin tones. S. C. for their extended vacation.... But Bridey Colebrook of '
: My mama thinks Pm crazy cause.:Tm dancing all the time. ,, .. i .. A' full line of men's'groom JMH's Fifth Central Just embarked on her three weeks vacation \;
u\, f/ My girl she thinks I'm the greatest thru my dancing I made her mine:'"' 'f" > "J lug aides has been added,along : stint Alice Knowles the RN, working out of JMH's'' .(
li \ { with Afram and Zodiac Jewelryfor Fifth Central, could be in Nassau by the time you read this., '

't \' Well I dance and dance all night long, I dance and dance to the soulful songs., men and women.There are
\:" ril dance and dance til' I get old I'm gonna keep on dancing caUse I got soul. dolls, records, face tissues, STUFF AND SUCH: After winning a round trip flight from

iI"1 shampoos, deodorants, hair Los Angeles to Nassau, Jimmy and Viola McPhee motored

,,'f""t I!{ '" ,. I was driving along one day when I heard the DJ say preparations and other products thru the country sides to';Miami, then planed over to Bay
1(1.I Dance to the soulful music jumped out of my car on the expressway, Street on the final leg of their trophy trek The newly- "
,;\\I+: I was so uptight with a swinging groove, traffic began to Jam, To help finance Afram's rapid organized St Agnes' chapter of the Episcopal Churchwomen
ntf':. Mini skirt mini got out of her car and did a thing with Mohair Sam. growth, the parent com- met In its first session Sunday at the home of Willie Mae

'x. pany, Majestic Development Colson with prexy Jocelyn Knowles presiding.. Roslyn Clark
So I danced and danced all night long, I danced and dance to the soulful songs,' ,Corp., recently 'went public guest-speaks Sept. 14 at 9:00 ayem at Rt Rev Msgr Donald
Fll dance,and dance til I get old I'm gonna keep on dancing cause I got 'soul. with an offering of 450,000 Anthony's Sacred Heart African Orthodox Church during its
shares of stock at $1 a share. first annual Women's Day celebration Rahming's Memorial

I did the boogaloo for a quarter mile popped with the shingallng. The offering is limited to Chapel, 5235 NW 7th Avenue
All the soul brothers got out of their car to watch me do my thing. Florida residents.
I did the horse at the pentagon and turned to Mr. Nix. SCRATCH MY BACK: Daisy Roundtree ankling around town

All the politicians In Washington do my thing to get their,kicks. with a casted broken leg...Former City of Miami patrolman
Foreman'sAcfors sleuth Willie Johnson now owner and manager of Bay Street

So I dance and dance all night long, I dance and dance to the'soulful songs. Cleaners along NW Third at 14th According to recent

Til dance and dance til' I get old. I'm gonna keep on dancing cause I got soul. visiting Miamians in the Atlanta, Ga area: the plush Regency
Studio Opens hotel In, the 'Gateway, City to the South'Is the South's finest

Lenora (Tiny) Colebrooke-Me Penman and hubby Jim
PRODUCT OF U.S.A. 100x NEUTRAL SPIRITS DISTILLED FROM GRAIN 90 PROOF.CORDON'S DRY CIN CO LTD.,LINDEN,N. I. 20th Season
after 36 years away from theStem(23in( NYC-6 in ,Los Ange-
les-7 in Alberqueque, Mexico) the roaming couple returned to
Monday, Sept. 29 opens the Miami for keeps and is comfortably employed at Art Harris'East $
20th session of Ruth Foreman's Coast Tailors-My Dressmaker estab along 62nd St in
Actors' studio classes. Central Edison Center *-
Children's classes in all

age,groups will be held after SWEETS' TREATS: One of the most adept students to come
school. Teenage and adult out of Dorsey senior high is Everlena Williams(Class of 1959))'

classes evenings. This year who, while packing a brief case chock full of A's and scholar
new theater personalities ships from high school and college(with her added Master's
working in the film and play- degree) left for Austin, Texas in search of a Phd degree. a
writing department, are Linda sure thing I I I Florida A&M senior Llona Bethel subbing in 4
of the University ofSouth
WhUldln
physical education at North Dade Junior high until her return
Florida, (play-writing to the 'bill' at Tallahassee' And Dunbar elementary PE ,
major) and Cliff Baker, University
Instructor .
Roslyn Bethel birthdayed Sept 7,
of Missouri, (drama

'major). William Dunstill,production "
CONFIDENTIALLY YOURS: Patrolman Gaddy Rawls' .
of channel 6
JEAN WILLIAMS, DELIGHTFUL YOUNG DRESS DESIGNER: manager daughter Sharlyn left town Monday for her freshman year at j
television direc-
:"1 don't believe In'Bubble-Gum'fashion...the kind tor continues with the as teenage and adult Talladega College in Alabama According to Mrs C. R.
Hayes Dorothy Chaney celebrated her 'golden Aug 28.
year'
that's in and out tomorrow. For clients classes in the evening sched
today my She was 21. Little Vincent Duncombe has finally shed his t
I design the smooth classics that suit them best. ule.The arm cast, but the Little Leaguer hasn't as yet resumed his
summer film project,a athletic chores at school 'or on the park'. Cleoria Webb
Maybe that's why I choose Gordon's Gin. It's always 20 minute film written, directed -
'ended' her annual summer stint in upstate New York return1 -
smooth always dry which suits my taste best:' and produced by Ruth 1 ,
log home Sunday at 4:30 ayem via Eastern Air Lines, Flight
and William Dun-
Foreman 407 That's it brother, from your one-man-newspaper
GORDON'S GIN, CREATED IN LONDON. ENGLAND IN 1769. ,. :. still, is being shown at the 1
r : who knows everybody and everybody's racket, but who is always -
BIGGEST SELLER IN ENGLAND, AMERICA, THE WORLD.s"1'' f: North Miami playhouse on
giving some poor,sucker a break]
DisnuceIANDONDIIT ,Sept.. 6, 20, and 27,2 p.m.cur

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truest
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Speaking
) interview, a black man, or white in the idea of racial separa- and mix together as one, as
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DETROIT BEAUTY NAMED ar After School Recreation At 'I


MISS BLACK AMERICAA Dacfe's PlaygroundsThe

Metropolitan Dade age children at no cost. Honors ,
Detroit beauty won the gia, Tecora Thomas, 19 of Atlanta 11i" : II County Park and Recreation trips and special events '
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Miss ;
BlackAmericatitleafterdazzling
third. ;
placed : : Department announces its (Little Ladies' Day at Viz- ,'I,
judges in the swim-
suit then The five Judge panel picked J Fall-Winter-Spring recrea- caya, dance festival, County- ; i
competition, per- Miss Washington on the basis '. tion program at all Dade wide sports tournaments,etc.) \
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forming an Afrointerpretivedance. of talent, beauty,charm,poise "j\ : County playgrounds and rec- and honor trips will be included \]
and gracefulness during ? Sul ev DAVE BONDU reation centers beginning in the diversified recreation '!

Shirley Washington, a the two-hour ceremony inAs- ",\:'::4r r Monday, Sept. 15. Registration program offered free of

shapely secretary who mea- bury Park, N. J. Miss Wash- < _. I''\ "."I will be held at all areason charge to youngsters and t
sures 36-22-36 took the title
ington performed a Thursday, Friday and Sat- teens.
swirling
in competition with two other snake-like dance to the Would you believe me wiinout counting it yourself. urday, Sept. 11, 12, and 13. it
finalists. The original field accompaniment that the next sixteen weeks will bring us to Christmas? How Supervised recreational activities For further information

consisted of 20 black women Sound, a rock combo of from The East New the time does fly! Then a week later,we will come Into a new in sports,games,arts, please call the playground or '
across the nation. Runnerupwas year.These nine months: In 1969 haven't been too bad for me. craft, outdoor education and recreation center nearest you j I
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Orange N. J.
,
Miss Black New Jersey, All of us wonder at the beginning of a new year what the year special instruction in ballet, listed under Dade County Park '/-

Madeline Wilson, 19,of Union. The girl receives a $1,000 will bring. For some, it is the best year and for! some it is theatre, dance and baton twirling and Recreation Dept. in your 1

Miss Wilson, who studies at scholarship, another $1,000in the worst. Yet there are others who have Just a mediocre year. will be offered to school telephone directory. ,

the Fashion Institute of Tech- "career awards," a movie This one has brought me good health; Improved health for

nology in New York, measures contract and a trip to the Caribbean Mayme, and we saw 25 years as man and wife.
33-24-35. Miss Black Geor- My son came home from two years in the service and one mall them or let you'mail the money. They want it right I
now that cannot be traced. The would like
in so they young lady
year Vletaam without scratch; my four granddaughters are
all fine to have her money back. but from where ? ? ,?
and in health and Is I
good so daughter-in-law
--- -- -------" ; my ;
[ am thankful to be working in what I call a good Job for me, andI I
r- Jai 's' Men's PRETTY GIRL OF THE WEEK:Christina Tanner(Community /
still have a home I can come to at night. So I can say truth-
fully, "It is a very good year". Good friends have helped me Relations Dept. CEP)

I & Boy's Shop i to survive and this is one of the reasons I try so hard to help PRETTY BOY OF THE WEEK: Bobby EdwardsVIP

others. Folks like Bill Wynn who gave me my first good, steadyJob OF THE WEEK: Ralph McCartney (So. Miami EOPI)

I THIS IS OUR ONLY STORE I In EOPI backin'65;JudgeJohnD. Johnson who put up witha MOTHER OF THE WEEK: Mrs. Helen Everette
QUICK NOTE DEPARTMENT We did not i Dlva few weeks 'J 4
See Mr. Jack ; "wishy-washy" guy who didn't know which end was up, and :
made me stick with it; Sam Moncur, a wonderful man who back that the City Commissioners were holding secret meetings
I "The Latest in Men's Fashions"Pants I II >
What said Was
to we that the officials of Miami Springs were'
helped me learn the meaning of EOPI and howto help others;
.
-'Suits -. Hats Shoes holding secret negotiations with City of Miami Officials to try
II George Kilpatrick and Neal Adams who gave me solid supportin
Dress Shirts & Fancy Knits and take over the MiamlSpr ings Golf Course.Mrs Range wasa
I' my efforts at Brownsville;James R.Jackson who gave me a
chance to Join CEP; Ralph Allen and Dave Boyd who recom- little disturbed because City Commissioners are only elected

944 NW 2nd AVENUE MIAMI, FLORIDA .I mended that I move into community relations work; Harold city officials In the eyes of the public and many other people, \
a city official goes from the city right to the head of I
L.-I------------------. Oliver, CEP Director for his confidence,faith and friendship; manager
and Mrs.. Marie Carl, executive director of EOF I,for her gui- every department in the city. This includes the city attorney,

dance and advice. These folk have played a major role In my administrative aides, directors of departments,the fire chief,
health, education and welfare. the senior Judge, the medical director,the chief of police, and,
the head of the water and sewer department. To the
Then there are other good friends who came to your aid in laymen,
Pall MallMenthoI100 the time of need like Garth Reeves (who still won't give me a these are city officials. even though they are not elected.
So we do not want Mrs. Range to think that
we are saying that
raise); Clyde KlUens, Robert and Shirley Seldon and Shir ley's the commissioners
are holding secret
meetings... Just some
Market; Peanuts Taylor of the Drumbeat in Nassau; Conrad
"city officials' We know what good Job and
Mrs Range our
Knowles, Deputy Director of the Bahamas ImmigrationDept.;
other elected officials are doing, and if we don't, it is our
% Branch and Williams
Phyllis Joe (both beautiful people); Mrs.
own fault, because the city commission chambers do not have
M. Athalie Range; Steve Clark, Irving Christie, M. L. Reese, doors and
walk
into
can
anyone a city commission meeting
Maurice Ferre, Tannie Dean, Jim Matthews, Lou Price, the at will We regret the misunderstanding.
folk from Operation Mainstream,and as far as I am concerned
the best secretary a man ever had, Gloria Lassiter. Lt. Phyllis Branch visiting the former Cora McKenzie and hubby
milder.i Neville Brown in Bimini during her week
Ion r..yet Heller, Sgt. Coults, Sgt. Gtllls of the Metro Safety Dept. listento the Thunderbird Motel. tone vacation from
She goes back to the Thunderbird for
my complaints from people who feel they were mistreatedby
the Season next week Dianne Jones off to further her stu-
policemen. I could and for hours and thank
go on on so many
dies at Grambling, La par & Birdie Club having their ,,.
people and good friends for helping make 1969 one of my most
semi-annual this Sunday at their home .
progressive years..aoo good old friends like Jean and Mor- course. Calling Jo
Ann Coursey! I have a gig for her and can't find her .'Saw .
ris Cohen of the Southern Farm Market who loaned us a "por-
and talked with Napoleon and Ruth Reed the other
table cooler" the day we moved into our first house in Miami night. They
back in 1955 with the cooler, a hot plate card table (at which are both fine and resting up from a' summer of house guests
I. That Is it tor this week. Till the next
one, LIVE LIFE
,we ate sitting Indian style on the floor for lack of chairs), a
EVERY GOLDEN MINUTE
OF rr. PEACEI
folding couch and twin beds for the boys. Sheets covered the
>
: windows at night, but our "matchbox" as Mayme called It

.::\\i :. ..} :\\ .> was home. have immediate SEALTEST FOODSWe for
openings production,
::' '.' Good friends and working with people who have problems,
J'. : .(. :'. make you stop and .think of how well off you really are. Don't shipping, plant maintenance, and route sales

.....''.. ,: ':..' "''.:.. wait until the New Year to count your blessings. Think about employees. Excellent benefits. Recently negotiated ;t

..' ''.' the past nine months and count them now,and maybe you will union rates make our starting rates
find that the next three months will be better for you becauseit
#... will make you stop concentrating on problems and troublesand very competitive.

be a little more thankful for what you do have. I thoughtI 17707 N. W. Miami Ct. Ph: 625-0411

had both problems and troubles until I went into this work. (an equal opportunity employer)

Now I know that regardless of who you are and what you are,

r.t there is always someoneslse "worse off" than you. Tonight

when you get in bed, think of your blessings and see if tomor-

row isn't much brighter 1 111 I I Here's Where ff's AtDfNEDANCEBE
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You have seen the Master Charge billboards around town

and on TV, I am sure. Well I decided -- after burning up this MERRY

summer-that I was going to Master Charge me an air-con-

.... ditioner for the front of our house. Well, I went to Kennedy
..: i & Cohen because they were having a sale that was offering at the Air Conditioned
.
.
better prices than the other ones Ihave seen, and I was really
surprised at the friendliness and helpfulness of the salesmenand

..:: office staff there. Another thing that surprised me is that
''.::::'' their sales staff is made up of people of all nationalities and JEJIIAY

whoever did the hiring is to be congratulated, because there

are about an equal number of each group represented in

every position. This is the kind of establishment we should Bar and Lounge
patronize and hope will show some of these other business

people that hiring people because of their ability is what makesa

business successful. So, if you need any kind of appliance 2724 W 36tb St.
U. S. don't forget the store who didn't forget ability,and go by Ken-

nedy and Cohen and Biscayne Boulevard Just browse, even
;.:;:." Government if you don'tbuy Just now. I think this is great!

:\\r '::: figures show * * * LIVE ENTERTAINMENT I

Pall MallMepthpl After our article last week on the $150 in prizes that is of- THURS.-: FRL SAT. SUN.

i fered in the telephone call for answering a stupid question .
100'slower ,
} MAXIE NEWBOLD & HIS BAND
: I must have had a
and paying $12.50 for a book of coupons,
in dozen phone calls. A young lady who had paid the $12.50 boughtme EATURING SONG STYLIST MARY HYLOR

,{>( "tar" than a book of the coupons, and it was Just what I said: You go I
to 163rd Street and can bowl one game (worth 550 between
you
t;; the best- available then Open From 1 p... til 5 a...
9 a.m. ,and 6 p.m. if the lanes are ; you continue -
;\. sellingmenthol to North Miami near Biscayne Blvd., and there is a 60 Owned & Operated by I

::(:.' .:: :::" minute cleaners who will give you 75$ value in cleaning. Bu Miami's Own Spactsttttri! Inc. f

Pall TL'Mall Menthol I00$ 17 ing. this is not good on specials; A donut company will give you a

stlllng Menthol King 20 mg. king 50$ value applied to any cake or pastry of your choice or one- (HOW SOUL CAN YOU BE), 1
half dozen of regular donuts. There are about 200 coupons in

this book and each is worth from 50?to $2.00. There was only

Pall Mall one that I saw that was valued at $20 and that was on a bottleof .

perfume. Now, you can spend :.more bus fare gasoline WATCH FOR THE OPENING Or

trying to get to these places to use these 50$ coupons than the OUR COCKPIT LOUNGEI

coupon is'worth. Don't be a sucker. Keep your hard'earned IUp !qr \ )
Menthol'100 money in your pocket and go buy what you need. Don't fall for ,

these fast money making deals on the phone and don't give that iI i

man any money when he comes to your door. They will not



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The Happening throne has been abdicated. The in-
young, On September 19 at 8 p.m. Coral Gables Senior High School
tlligent, courageous Garth C. Reeves Jr., has stepped down will start off their annual football season by playing the North-

off of his renowned pedestal and has gone onward to an even western Bulls. Although Coral Gables not being the first integrated -

higher and better way of living and learning.,Garth has truly school to play an all black team, but.It will be their

proven himself to be an undaunted, undeviated, and undoubted first time playing an all black team In football. I hope all the
,leader among the Miami youth. This fall, he will be entering all of know being
students will act accordingly. But as you a
magnificent Morehouse College where he.will go forward to
graduate of Gables, "I know what the Cavaliers have got, r min
become an illustrious leader in the adult world. "
favor of the Cavaliers, 147.
This fine young man has been the inspiration to many persons
back to
first school
Some sites to see at Gables on the day
In the community. Within his weekly column, he has
Frederick Brenda Collier
Renee Thompson Deborah :, ,
,
brought forth how important it is for all of the people in the were: distinctive
Valarie Gibson and Sonja Williams, these young
black race to have dignity and to walk with their heads held ,
A ladles are all seniors and they are really playing the part.
has to how blacks and whites live
high. He conveyed us must
Antionette Silva, the daughter of Mrs. Veneka SUva,will be
together in peace, harmony, and love, so that the world may C.ASoul
of the most distinctive seniors this year. Antionette is
be a happier place in which to live.He has imparted to us that one
students at Gables. So keep
one of the most active black your
man could be the factor which could totally destroy the world;
"Toni" she Is known by all her friends.
,eyes on as
however, with a bit of understanding, a little communication,
Get well wishes are sent out to Mrs.. Anne Bullard, who's
and 'a lot of action, man could also be the factor which keeps
the world together. He has also sought to tell us that thereisbut confined at Mercy Hospital.
turn In to college are Donna Scott, Albany State
w- ]IRe g : ;
one answer: ..to.t. e. problems; which exist in our society
'This answer is hot violence, not war, not hate, but LOVE. l&wtfa 01 th Meek Woody and Frankie Miller, Bethune-Cookman; Donald Glenn,
Moris Brown Brenda McCafeeandDolta Green FloridaA&M.
Garth has convinced all of us that he is an ambitious, adamant ; ..
"On your return I wish all of you, the best of luck..
and amazing young person, who will continue to be an who "
handsome Garth C. Reeves Jr.
t The intelligent, belated wishes to Johnny Reddick and
Happy birthday ,
eminent example to all. This country and this society need leaves this week for Morehouse College in Atlanta,

people like Garth .C. Reeves Jr., because he stands up for ten this week beholds honors Jimmy Ross.
Georgia, graces page this Lula Daniels
I would like tQ welcome to area, Mrs. ,
what he feels is right, he speaks up for the good of all people, as our first Soul Brother.Garth is the son of the illustrious
and he looks up to see a lofty' future for all. visiting here from New Jersey.
and Mrs.Garth C.ReevesSr.
publishing family,Mr. Sincere sympathy Is extended to the family of the late Alvin
Miami is a very fortunate city to have a fine young man
of Central School.
and Is High
a graduate: In accident. He
killed last
Williams who was Friday a car wasa
such as he. I Just as others- am sad to see him leave but
happy to know that he will remain the splendid person that he - - graduate ,of Carver High School and a teacher at Ludlam
Elementary School. He Is the husband of Juanita Williams and
Is. He Is a Journalist of three generations and-exactly as '
his father and grandfather he has truly made a majestic the son of Mr. and Mrs. Pratt Williams..

mark. He marks progress, for he is not only a sublime credit RchmoGd Everyone Is talking about integration. They have now Integrated

to the black race but a grand credit to the entire human race. Mays Jr. High School and J.. R. E. Lee Elementary,

You admired Garth Reeves I wish which Is a great Idea.
are by many, C. Jr. you
all of the luck and happiness in the world through your future, fI Going to work every morning In the South Miami area, passing

endeavors. And with an added soul stirring comment, "keep ei9tu'dOClU J. R. E,. Lee Elementary, I see the black and white students

movin' on up, soul brother." laughing and playing together. But living In the Grove,

* ** * ** *' there's still a segregated problem.. The white kids are still

School has begun and many of you are very content and BY BRENDA WASHINGTON across the fence, right beside Carver'.and still catching a
school bus to a school some 4 or 5 miles 'when they can
happy with the school which you are now attending; however, way,
there are some young black students who cannot attend the '-- '- come right over the fence. Now let's face It, why not Integrate

school of their choice. They can no longer travel a few blocks Well it's that ole season again--, school, The busy rush, a Carver Jr; Highf( yousay the school Is not ready that'sa

down the street to get to school.,They cat no ,longer be taughtby quick run, and wheels are turning, .1!m wondering, are they poor excuse., because' we in the community could make It

teachers who say they understand the problems and diffi" all only being usedfortransportationAsusualeach and every ready.

culties which blacks face today,because they have experienced student enjoys that first day back. After all there's news to

prejudice and hatred by many because they are also black.' catch up on from friends, and still more to meet and greet. CAMPUS CUTIE

They can no longer sit down in a classroom and know that they Richmond Heights Jr. High School Is happy to announce,

are learning and living among brothers and sisters who think that their new Integrated school of 63%black, and 37% white Brenda Collier, the daughter

as they do and who are not holding black versus white, or superior has a new student council president Leon Valentine with of Mr. and Mrs. Robert ,

versus Inferior prejudices against one another. lovely Miss Veda Brown as vice president. Congratulations! Collier. Brenda attends Ga.

Seniors! Seniors! Or should I say senior seniors, either, bles Senior
High She
School.
In the 'controversy over new districting to effect Integration they both possess that I proud strut, with daring eyes and an- ,attends Macedonia $ ;
Baptist /
many absurd statements have been made. For Instance, defeatable smiles. Yes, obviously this year the new look is Church.'Brenda's future M ,
how many times have we heard white school officials white the senior look. plans. ,. -i'I': ".
Is to become
parents, and white students say, "This has nothing to do with As a going away senior high student, Miss Judith Crawfordof teacher.a physical education Y 4 J

black and white.We don't mind having the black children bused 14250 Madison Street entertained a few friends at home on \)
to schools. We Just don't want to send kids out of :
our our on the eve of her departure to Palmer Memorial Institute. Mr.

our neighborhood." In other words, blacks can be inconvenienced and Mrs. James Crawford(Alma)Judy's parents,escortedher ,

and tossed about from school to school anytime and anyplace back to North Carolina for the September second opening. -

but whites never. To simplify this even mote, whites Still there are more seniors: Mrs.Karen Bentley, University --

don't give a darn about blacks.' How In the name of God can of Miami; Linda Blair, FSU; Columbus Brown, Florida Atlantic

anyone say something as totally Idiotic as that and preface it ; Harrison Floyd, Tennessee A&I;' Gwendolyn Gibson,

as "having nothing to do with black and white..' It's as plainas Florida Southern; Josephine Holloway, Clark; William John

black and white that it has everything to do with it. Let's son, Rollins; Sandra Jennings, Florida Atlantic; Lawanza

face it, if a group of white students were beingbused from one, Lassiter, Rollins; Emma McCollum, Texas Southern; and
all-white school to another all?.white school, there wouldn'tbe Michael Payne Term. A&I. 6iL !

any kind of commotion at all; however, as it stands now,
Celebrating Labor Day In Haiti were Mr.'and Mrs. Charles
they're raising more.cane than ever about;this.
They Just
.
Anita 14000
Gray ( ) Monroe St. Still Mrs Herbert Ammons
don't want us in their well-equipped and
schools they don't
(Edren) of 15150 SW 107 Ave. spent a delightful Week In Mel. '
want to to mal- schools "
come our equipped and so called savage
borne, Conn. I '
neighborhoods. What else can but like ;
you say "whether you At the Gibson's resident there couldn't be a happier Labor '

It or not, municipal authority and angry parents, we'recomin' Day, surprise. The eldest son of Mr. and Mrs. James Gibson ,. :J3'tf'
on in anyway, because even though it' inconveniences ',,?::'r;'" f.
: (Maraquita) arrived home on military leave. : ,.
1
us, we're, also tired of mal-equipped classrooms and God 'The ; .'"'<'1 ,f r. ,
first between ,
dynamic game Killlan and Palmetto High -'I '
knows it's time for us tq see over that mountaintop." ": \tI' 'If t"'
will be held 19
Sept. in the central
Stadium. ,.,.,.. A'... ., ." .. ,
What we want are good schools for our black people to learnin Hollis Hall, Jr. born June 23 toSsgt.Hollis and LaLeatrice 4t kA B -" '-- -

and an atmosphere of love among all. U it means that black Hall, Sr., the grandson of Claudius and Thelma Jones and Attends YouthConference'
and white students must be bused to different schools, then Dazzle L. Gill and James W. Hall was i Central Stadium. tl 11.AG4N +

technically, I have no objections If this assists in making us. Aug., 17 at Mt.. Erie Baptist Church, Niagra Falls, N. Y. MrS. Christina Eve, new .

harmonious. About all I,can say, now Is long! live our beautiful Bethel Baptist youth choir is having a special rate car wash principal ,of Treasure Island
black race." And while you wait there will be delicious corn dogs on sale Elementary School, hasbeen "Ruby Thompson, a South
with a limited of wash appointed by ,North'Bay' Dade High School senior who
Village
supply drinks. The car will be held -
Eloise I am 15 of a senior at
I A. Taylor
am years age, lives in' Goulds attended the
Mayor ,
Saturday In behalf of Women's HarveyRuvintobe
Day.
Notre Dame Academy and a cheerleader for Archbishop Cur-
On Sept. 1 I received 'a letter from a fellow student. As I chairman of the village's first Youth Consultant Group Con
s ley High. I will be writing here on page teD-'The Happening read his letter I had but one remark. Wherever you are and "Youth Government". program ference In, Tallahassee Aug.

page I know I will enjoy It and I hope that you will find my whatever ,you might be, there's a time called th growing ,25-27., During the conferencethe

column fun, enjoyable, and interesting If you have any suggestions I period. Anyone can make a mistake, but when that someone youth, who had gathered

for my column, or news and views that you would like to discovers his mistake, then and only then' is he a'man Sen. ,Harry Cain will act as' from over the state, confer

hear about on any of the columns on page ten, I want you to A reminder If there is any social church civic technical adviser to the, students red with Gov. Claude Kirk and
or community

feel free to write to me here at the Miami Times, c/o Eloise news, please contact me Brenda Washington 235-0596 while they are learning other, state officials' in the
'
Avery Taylor, 6530 NW 15th' Ave., Miami, Fla. If you have or 14440 Graves Drive or Miss Renetta Harrington 14861 about local government opera Governor's Conference Room.

questions that you want answered or advise that you may need Polk St. 238-'1438. tions during the next two Ruby 'is a 'B' student and

_whether it pertains to today's fashions, the school system, months. won awards last year In

parties, racial difficulties sports, new cars, etc.-I.will be Science and Physical Educa
glad to answer or give my views on the matter. The program will end with life
to 'have a good time, mere will be a dance at Holy Redeemer the children tion. Active in community ,

I know we will have fun. I welcome you to my page and my Parish, 1301 NW 71st St. on Sept. 12 from 8 to 11:30. There observing and spending a,week she is president of Morning

column and I hope you will welcome me. Keep reading the will be a live band and admission is only 75$. You be there. council sessions participating in' 'Star Baptist Church Choir,

Happening, it gets better and better, So until next week, my friends, look straight ahead an4you'll court and the daily, municipal functionsof secretary 0 f the Pall Bear-

,For all: of you grooving popcorns out there who really want get ahead. each village department. ers Lodge, and president of
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luncheon on July 24, House. Daniel P. Moynihan, it also as expressing very
assistant to President Nixon, real confidence that by work ill :
ole tsablackself-helpP'o- said in a letter to Chamber ing together we can solve com-
gram originated by the Rev. President John R. Ring; munity problems." 111 f! THE NATURAL !!!!

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center was sponsored by the ." 1!i11!! I OFFER GOOD TUESDAYS & 1m
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ORA-1EL. Many dentists recommend The Miami center expects to Noble m
Lady Mary Linda Arline :
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you get open month. is grandmatron of the Stateof 6011 NW Avenue-Miami
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--.--- MIAMI TIMES, .fri aYp.t', .|. rJ21J269 '"13 r

Coot71 i D.C. Blacks Challenge Renewal of iily-VJhtie TV I


with-- On September 2, a coalition license from the Federal that WMAL-TV should be denied ploys, the type of public ser-
of black individuals and Communications Commission renewal of its license to vice programs It broadcasts,
'BUTTER'By groups, representing a broad broadcast. the image of blacks it projects
spectrum of black political, WMAL-TV may own television Racism, they say, should and the disdain and disregardit
social, and community views, cameras and antenna. not be publlcally licensed and shows for both the problems
MILTON "BUTTERBALL" SMITH mounted the first major effortto It does not own the right to they point to the kinds of pro- and achievements the
prevent station WMAL-TV broadcast. And the black com grams WMAL-TVbroadcast, suffering and,the cultural contributions -
AN OPEN from obtaining a renewal of its munity has risen to demand the number of blacks it em- of the black com
LETTER
TO THE CITY FATHERS OF MIAMI munity.
Dear Father I

I am one of your concerned children I have lived In this Perry Home On furlough After Such to the Insensitivity law and the is public contrary

community for the past 16 years under your guardian and interest. In a predominantlyblack
leadership; I have followed your rules and regulations and community, it is intolerable
abided by your laws and honored your constitution.There have launching 4 African YMCA'sMoses / as well as Illegal. I!
been times
deep In my heart that I thought you were wrong White Americansformtheir
father but I have kept YMCA World A recent edition of East
my composure and contained my anger. Perry, expectations of what is ordi-
Because, I have been taught to respect and believe in you. Service Fraternal Secretary, Africa's leading magazine nary and normal in the larger -
However, there are situations in Ft. Lauderdale and South is back in North America on "Flamingo" highlighted society by reading news-
West sections that has disturbed your son tremendously. It furlough after seven years in Moses Perry and the workof papers and watching tele-
concerns other brothers and sisters of mine who seem to be Uganda. He brings with him the Jinja YMCA.The article vision. With the present media -
very, very discontent. an exciting account of a pioneering stated: "Mr Moses L. Perry will understandnor
they never
Now I have been told that the problem in Ft. Lauderdale YMCA in a new African from Florida, United States ,accept the black American
started from a simple thing like a drag race and reached out nation. is the associate secretary because white station owners
rageous proportion, to the extent where a community was almost Mr. Perry arrived in Africa general of the Jinja f YMCA have failed to depict black life ,
burned to the ground. in 1962, the same year which means he Implementsmuch
in a relevant and honest
Now father, Ft. Lauderdale Is only 27 miles away,-if my Uganda gained its indepen of the policy designed to way.
brothers and sisters are not content up there then maybe some dence. His first assignmentwas started with no building, no give the young people of the Although the majority of
are not satisfied down here In Miami, don't you think it wouldbe to help develop a YMCAin equipment, and no staff.Within town greater opportunities to white station owners do con-
a wise Idea father to call In some of your children and try Jinja Uganda's second four years a new program show off their talents whether sider the m s e 1 v e s sincerely 1
to relieve some of their problems before they reach the break- Largest city and the Industrial building was officially opened they are in basketball or committed to justice for the
Ing point like some of our brothers and sisters In Ft. Lauder- center of the country. that now handles a yearly attendance municipal affairs. Youngsters. black man, this is a farce of
dale? Mr. Perry brought to his of 50,000 people and aim for the top. The YMCA self deception and complacent
You have always told me father, when I am In need don't world service assignment in Includes meeting club and I gives them'ample scope with vanity.
fall to( come to you. I am in need now father, I am In need of Uganda ten years experienceas classrooms, lobby game a full range of activities."
more and better Jobs. I am In need of more recreation facilities executive' secretary of the areas, meeting hall, canteen Hie articulate as well as
I am in need of better housing and living conditions. lam Carver Branch YMCA in outdoor' gymnasium, and ten- After furlough, Mr. Perry the inarticulate black of todayis '
in need of better understanding from you, father. I know you Miami, Fla. He also served nis courts. A similar program will return to Uganda to assist totally resentful of what he
are Very busy. You have a lot children, a lot of things to do. for a short time as executive building was opened in Kampala with four major develop- considers to be a potent misrepresentation -
I am sure If you would consult the other fathers and leaders secretary with the YMCA In the nation's capital ment projects j estimated to of what goes on
that surround you in dally occupations you could certainlycome Lexington, Kentucky. under the leadership of North co stover 700000. These in an almost totally black com
up with some kind of answer tat could help me and my Born in Florida, Mr. Perrywas American Fraternal Secre- projects include a 120-bed munity. Blacks of today consider
brothers. first introduced to the Y tary Dan Tyler. The Interna- dormitory In Kampala, a Vo- the media to be the
We believe in you father, and we know you can make things as a youngster. Active In Hi- tional Committee of YMCAs cational Training Center' with spokesman for the apathetic,
better for us. Because, we have seen the way you gave our Y, he served as State Hi-Y helped the Uganda Y to finance 100-bed dormitory at Jinja, a white power structure.
Cuban friends salvation. We have watched the way you gave President. At Florida A&M both buildings. Youth Farm Training Schemeat
the Hungarians help when they needed it. We have seen the University, where he received Moses Perry also helped Masaka, and a Housing and
way you came to the rescue for the people In Vietnam. We his B. A.degree,Perry became launch Uganda's third YMCAin Program unit at Mbarara.
believed in you when you sent our brothers over there to de- president of the Student Mbarara 216 miles from Mr. Perry is married to the
fend their lives. Now father, all I am asking Is to show Just a YMCA. Jinja. The present director of former Miss Johnnie L.Johnson
little Interest in me, your son and grandchildren, my sons. Like pioneering Y Secre- this branch was recruited and They have four children;
Show me that you care enough toast me If I have problems and taries everywhere Perry trained by Perry. '\ son and three daughters.
if I am dissatisfied. W\o VUUUUUUUUUUUUUUUUUUUUUUUUUUUUUUUuUUUUUUVVUUVUUUVVVUUVUvuvv_ _ - .. . . SeniorCitizens

?. Father, please don't wait .until I am a delinquent and then
talk about throwing me !la.jail., .When with a little guardian,
leadership and help I can be the outstanding citizen that you .r.Week End .Special
would be proud of. ..
Father, please don't wait until) am in the streets showing f OR THOSE
the world how dissatisfied lam, when you can call me in1 the?' PDISABLEDYFREE
living room and discuss my problems now. '
Father, please don't wait until I burn upthe city before you .
ask me what I want, please don't make me hate you when I
see you giving love to everyone else In the world and denying

me.Yes CheckingAccounts ,
this is an open letter to you,my father. From a son who
has been with you for over 300 years, a son that has workedfor '
you to help build your household,tend your garden and your From A Leading New York mg'
fields, built your monuments,dug your streams,fought for you NO CHARGE FOR CHECKSNO
and our land on many different shores in many different battles r MINIMUM BALANCENO
to preserve the freedom that you have promised me. In this SERVICE CHARGE
land of the brave and the home of the free. Values To $2999oU If you art 65 run old or over
Your son, the "Ball" ya'll.P. or physically disabled
S. After all father, me and my brothers and sisters pay / YOU QUALIFYFor
you to look out for our welfare (taxes). .. 96
I \\ oNE NONE I. C thost under 65 the low
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I hope will always be with us.
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April and signed up for you off of welfare and put ,
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I ,' Black Baptist Score HaThe .. Appointment I

to commitment to the struggle of gore of Los Angeles was pro-
Progressive Na- vention opening was precededby CONVENTION CRITICIZEDAt model for white America" the poor in America. He gram chairman Kilgore
tional Baptist Convention a musical extravaganza one point in the proceedings follow through being thoroughly sounded his persistent theme also President of the million
and the
t" closed with rousing. vote to featuring a 200 voice choir the convention found itself relevant to the poor in against the"shameless wastein member American Baptist
fight President Nixon's most from the greater Miami area.L. the butt of scathing criticism disadvantaged. Abernathy, Vietnam." Convention.The .
recent appointment to the Su- Venchael Booth, a founder In a symposium entitled, an obvious pitcl{ for supportof The Rev. Dr. Edward T. convention closed Sunday .
preme Court.At its Eighth Annual and executive secretary of Seminarians Look at the Black his SCLC (Southern Chris-) Graham of Miami served as afternoon selecting Kan-
Session meeting at the the convention since its incep- Church, three young semina- tian Leadership Conference churchesto host minister for the convention sas City, Missouri as the site
Barcelona Hotel in Miami tion, resigned at the Miami rians vocalized a consensusthat asked for a thousand financial and Dr. Thomas C. Kil- of next year's confab.
Beach, the militant wing of session and is succeeded by Black Christianity was make an annual
black Baptists pledged to fight the Rev. S.S.Hodges of Cleve- "hung-up" on too much tradi-
the confirmation of Judge C. land, Ohio. Dr.Booth was hon- tion and had overlooked the
Haynsworth Greenville, ored at a crowded banquet on basic revolutionary charac-
South Carolina, with direct Wednesday night along with the ter of the message of Jesus.
action, if necessary. The founders of the convention and David Morris of the California
resolutions committee detall- pioneers in the Baptist family Theological Seminary insisted
the Judicial record of the Dr. Gardner C. Taylor, that closer scrutiny must be
Nixon appointee) that revealed"racist Immediate past-president of given to what is considered ; ? '
tendencies."The progressive the Convention and principal "disorder and disruption" in
convention pledged speaker at the banquet paid a the church. St SA
Itself to accept the challengeof glowing tribute to Booth,comparing -
the "substance of the Black him to the lyrics from
Manifesto" that has created the Man of La Mancha ABERNATHY SPEAKS
such an uproar in white church "dreaming the impossible The Eighth Annual Sessionwas : 0 1
circles in recent months. dream" a direct referenceto climaxed by a stirring \ S f ,< 1, f
the rapid growth of Pro- address delivered on the site 'f 1'L
More than 4500 delegates, gressive under his executive of the Jackie Gleason Show by R ,,,5' yS
messengers and observers leadership Dr. Ralph David Abernathy at
converged on the famous vaca- The Women's Auxiliary of the Miami Beach Auditoriumon
tion strip along the Atlantic the Convention saw its retir- Friday night. In his Martin z
from all across the nation and ing president, Mrs. Minnie Luther King Memorial address ?t' .,
the Bahamas. Registration Bruce of Chicago, pass the the leader of the Poor
statistics Indicated nearly a gavel to Mrs. Beulah Brent of People's Campaign challenged
thousand congregations en- Plainfield, New Jersey. black Christians to "set the
rolled representing a constituency -
of 700,000 communicants -

.

Mayor Jay Dermer of Miami tfN
Ma
Beach and Mayor Chuck Hall
of Dade County (city of Miami) < "i 'A 11y
presented gold keys to the t
cities i to the Rev. Dr. Emory J
Searcy of Atlanta, presidentof hlF
the convention and other top
officials. Dr. Searcy in his
annual message at the Miami /1 fl w.
Beach auditorium before a
crowd of 4,000 warnedagainstthe
nation's "ominous shift to ,.L.
conservatism." Searcy declared R, "ti
that If the drift is not' t 'i'it
Mina
halted, the down-trodden S /
would have no hope. The con- i
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Miami Firms t

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Back Wages t rr l6 r r rSS
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'Empire Roof Truss Corpor-
ation, Ronel Corporation, and
Julius Lidsky have paid $1-
725.64 in back wages due em-
ployees of the firm under the
Fair Labor Standards Act
(FLSA). In addition, the de-
fendents also submitted proof
of prior payment of $1,804.24In
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additional back wages. The
defendant further stipulated F,
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present and future compliancewith f ; ;
the minimum wage and
over-time pay provisions of
the FLSA.
As a result of the paymentand
stipulation, Judge W,0.
Mehrtens has signed an orderin
U. S. Dsttrict Court here
dismissing the action. Costs 4 i
were taxed against the defen-
dants. *
Clem J. Denicke, directorof i t1 r '
the U. S. Labor Department's ,,.
Wage and Hour and \ 3 55 :'
Public Contra ts Divisions' 54:5 I
area office at 51 SW 1st Ave. 4't
Miami, said litigation resulted SS. *
from an investigation by his
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Progressive Baptist Women: Mrs. Beulah Brent, President-elect, Plain-

"j.--- ---'- field, N.. J.,; Mrs. Minnie Bruce, outgoing president, Chicago, III.; Mrs. Uvee-

,Crowd attending Progressive National Baptist Con- Mdodna Arbouin, Promotional Sec'y. and Mrs. Violet Ankrum.

Printing vention at Miami Booth auditorium. Progressive Baptists Honor Booth: L-R: Drs. E. R. Searcy, President;

Enterprises Miami Beach welcomes Black Baptists: L-R: Pre- L. V.. BoothR.tlrlng i i Executive Secretary, G. C. Taylor, Past President!;

Anything sident Emory Searcy, Atlanta; Dr. Edward T. Graham Thomas tus... G. KUgoreConvention Chairman; T. M..Chamber, President Emeri-

from a on*lint card too Host Minister, Miami; Hon. Jay Dermer, M ayor

program folder of Miami Beach. Standing' left to right: Harold OliverJ. T. Johnson, Bernard Lee. Seated

1369- C.r..do Ntf 68 Terr.- Seated'left to right, Young Seminarians: Rev. Ro. left to right: Rev. Booth, Dr. Abernathy, Dr. Searcy. ,

: : nald English,.Atlanta, Ga.; Rev. David Morris_ Los Left to right: Mrs. Minnie Bruce
Phone 691-4011 Mrs. Arbouin
Colston
: Mrs. Elizabeth ,
Atlanta Ga. ,
Calif. Rev. Marvin King and
Angeles, Mr. Bruce. Photos by House of Photography


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I:.10:.;. .. .. ummer Arts Festival Is Big Hit I 'I


-
An International flavor was
brought to the 1969 Summer "k
Arts Festival during Its three- w

day run at Bayfront Park Auditorium
and Bandshell with >', *r a
A
the appearance of the Jamaican -

troupe, including singers, t io
dancers Miss Jamaica and : '
s ; ,rNxpMnq i rd'N,N{,
other artists.

The festival was held Au-
gust 30 to September 1, and ,, "
attracted more than 8,000
black and white Dade Count-
ians with Its events scheduled
!
throughout each day and even-

ing.In c; ':r f
,
addition to the musical ww
presentations, the Jamaican \ 'v ,
group brought with them displays -
of art in various formsas
well as examples of crafts 4 A 4 1 I YM
representative of the exotic
Island's culture and environ-

ment. j 6.. R}r ; '
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Miss Jamaica, Karlene V 4{ r
Waddell, modeled some of the d{ t '
latest fashions of the Island
designed by Miss Dorette Lee
Dickens.

The Jamaica visitors ap-

peared nightly throughout the rk q ..A q s ,
three-day summer arts festival -
which was sponsored by 1.\ 2 \
the EOPI and the Coalition.The N= r,

Jamaica contingent was
headed by the President of
Jamaica's 'Citizens National ,
: ,
Board, Lester Kirkclady, who ,4 '
took part In closing ceremonies :
of the festival. Par- XR
ticipation by the Jamaicans in
the festival culminated their '4
annual citizenship week. ti t


The three-day festival,

which highlighted young per- yp r
sons from,the nine target {
areas throughout Dade County, E' .
was the culminating event of 71y

, ", Dade's, summer youth oppor- 6 Ir L j !1 q 1
tunity program.EOPIofficials -r--r'..

are optimistic about the festival r. .
in succeeding years. t
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The Drunk Driver Can
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the holiday spirit flows
BO do alcoholic spirits and
also blood on our nation's
highways.Even during. non-holiday J.!! ,

periods, alcohol plays a major
part in the nation's tragic traf- :

Don fic safety Costa record safety points director out at ; & : :

the!1J'Allstate. Insurance ComP +1 ::4 i ff 4p -

Nearly 60% of all auto acci-
dents involve drinking drivers.
Almost half of the 52.000
deaths and about half of the4.000tOOO kS
auto injuries are ; i 1p
caused. by drunk drivers. I '+ ,y a rt ; lir .kt i Ii; r
Of the nearly 100 million i {
drivers in the nation an estimated a .. y
93 million ;.p;:. ,i. v ,,, M) f
drink.
: : Luckily, only
2-on801
every 60 driv-
ersaredrivers.
drunk ,
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Every drink- !
ing driver is
sr
not a drunk driver because
only the drunk driver is a men
tally sick driver. :
Only a "sick" driver' would
drive his car when:
-he is 25 times more likely
to have an accident
I
unpredictablehis his behavior is erratic and

field of vision glowered -

-hfs by 80 reactions% have been reduced -, Jamaica limbo troupe on stage during their opening Richardson, Secretary of Community A f f a I Irs representing

by 15% night appearance at the 1969 Summer Arts Festival. Florida Governor Claude Kirk.
-he may fail to see dark objects Miss Jamaica members of the Central .
at Mrs., Marie S. Carl EOPI Executive Director (second presents Dis-
-and afi this t bolstered with from-left) poses with Jamaican troupe leader KirkcaldyMiss trict's Black, Inc. with awards they wen in the national bil-

fidenoe- Jamaica, Karlene Waddell and newly-appointed state secre- .; ",:. \ I II i a rd s championships this summer..Members of the group

,As the a statistics consequence tell,that says some Costa tory of Community Affairs James Richardson. :I" placed highly In the notional competition. "

28,000 dead and 2,000,000 injured :i The entire Jamaica' contingent on their arrival in Mia
'
motorists and pedestrians Collie Coats points ,to one of the paintings on display. mi. '

,suffering owe to the their drunk pain driver'and Looking on are, from left, Dade County Commissioner Earl :" i 1.i1(," 1 '- Some"of the, acts from the target areas ,in the 1969 Sum-

the idt" driver the StomesFlorida Claude and,James Festival.I
kDJer driver. M. Congressman Pepper mer Arts .

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ADLINE poNTIPHFLETWhen Henry "Hank" Aaron is the Whether you like them or
most underrated baseball not, the Beatles are the best

I woke up this morning music is usually adapted to player of all-times Steve composers of contemporary
I took a deep breath of one's voice providing the ensemble Clark is one of the best may- music .Although over popu-

fresh air and I knew this was does not create ors In Miami's history lation is the number one

going to be a most exciting day holes in the harmony. Mrs.loop ___ _.,...n,.._ __,__,__ Miami-Dade should be con- problem of the world,our first
verted to a four institu- problem at home is pollutionof
because this being year
,my "writ- Cashman, because of the CEP Twins
ing day," I was looking for- strength of her voice,was able tion Whatever happened toT the air and water. With
ward to introducing my lovely to make possible a descant Francis Floyd is high Ing from and coming into the A. Buchannon < Lou the shift in population among
for this school graduate and majoredIn Rawl s' latest album, "The the three major socio-eco
society guest week, overtone to many of our office. Dianna has Just recently -
Mrs. Ellen Cashman. "Camelot" interpretations. Business Education at been promoted to the position way It Is, is a classic in rhythm nomical classes (White, Ne-
and blues Look for Cuban) within the bound-
'' The effect you have witnessed.For Knoxville College; she also of Programs Manage- gro,
'< 'i'IhI took business courses at ment Aide. the Los Angeles Rams and the aries of the City of Miami,

I the forthcoming 1969 Miami Dade Junior College. Before coming to CEP Oakland Raiders in the Super there will probably be a new
Fall concert", she will have a Bowl. Cuban face on the commissionthe
Before coming to CEP Dianna was working In the
greater responsibility and Francis was working In the main office branch of the EOPIas Betty Wright, the young next time the populous go
even though the music is not main office branch of the EOPIas PBX operator. Prior to this songbird of Miami will one- to the polls,while on the other-
any more taxing, it has' it's secretary and record clerk she worked as a Teachers Aide day make top billing on the hand, one of the white incum-

8'.tvlM technical difficulties. "Fid of OJT. Since coming to the for the Mary Hill Day Care beach Coach George Wilson bent commissioners will have-f'
dler On The Roof is a feat in Concentrated Employ- Center (EON). of the Dolphins: isn't prejudice to clean out his desk.
,Itself especially with the it's'' that he doesn't The show
just rapid-fire quiz
ment Program as office man- She is a member of the ,
phrasing: and breathing. Mr. like to the nonwhite players is the most educa-
ager she has worked as the Christian Voices Gospel Singers see Jeopardy,
La Pierre doesn't consider a in the headlines The tional
on commer-
executive secretary to the program
of Miami and attends New
singer a singer unless breath- C E P administrator Harold Mt. way Southeast Florida is cial television No matter
Calvary Baptist Church.
ing problems have been eliminated growing systemswill how they reroute traffic in the
expressway
Oliver and has Just recently Her hobbies are reading;sing-
which leaves the singer been promoted to the new position ing and embroidery always be under construction downtown: shopping area,there
list very thin between two of administrative as Dade County needsa will always be traffic jams...
small margins.Of course,this sistant. new airport should be con- About ninety percent of the
leaves improvement a great structed "out to sea" in the times true
Frances has proven to be a YWCA FALL CLASSES a.persons' psy-
ELLEN CASHMAN deal of room. very hard and dedicated worker fashion,of Dodge Island, The chological behavior will be reflected -

Ellen lives in Hollywood, Our "1969 Fall in the CEP program. She Register now for tall Newport of Miami The in his operation of a
Florida and drives'into Miami been scheduled for Concert"has is married and has four lovely class, membership Is required. "Beatniks" of yesterday are. motor vehicle .The federal
Sunday Come to 5100 NW 21st the "Hippies" of today.In government's commer-
to the studio, several times a afternoon children. She is a member of
week. Mother of two precious La Ronde,Room December of 14 lathe the Triumph Church and singsin Ave. or call 634-2651.Support the world of fashion, the cials about job training oppor-
little Jewels, she has found Fontainebleau the fabulous the choir. your YWCA. A United Fund major "in looks" in wearing tunities are very well done

time to keep a little something know this has Hotel. As you Her hobbies are singing and agency. apparel are the hippie look, Mayor Chuck Hall is the
been
our con- studying.Her the soul brother look,the military "most photography man" in
for herself and use that won-
cert for
stage quite some time. look and the Indian Look South
Florida's scene
political
ambition is to becomea ,
derful talent which God did not Now we're having seating "Any where In the world-

spare, her golden voice. Mrs. problems although we've ordered master counselor. you wont to.go," .
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Cashman is a soprano,a voiceso another two hundred Dianna Taylor is a high TICKHS COfT '
Attention
rich, I dare say I've never places. To our new patrons, school graduate of MiamiNorthwestern" NO MORE AT Parent$1ST.
heard the likes of It. She is may I make clear that the af. Senior, High
capable of learning solos and fair is invitational only and School. fItJItt'ItnI1RAYEL AGNES
KINDERGARTEN ,
choral to her
parts by listening
Invitations are accepted Dianna was employed by the .
Open on September 2, 1969
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melody not more than twice. through anyone of our society Concentrated Employment

Very pleasant in appearance, members. Our official patrons Program as PBX Operator.Her "Your Neighborhood Travel)
Ellen hides her age and would namely the mayor and dutiesconsistedofrouting Agents"At Registration now going on, 1736 N'W3rd'Ceurt .
not attempt to because Insured transportation, hot lunches 'and snacks
guess all the distlngulshedCommis- calls and relaying messages; near to you a* your
youth prevails over disposition sioners of the city of greater placing long djstance calls go- telephone. Give us a call. Certified by State Welfare Board. For further In-
I if one is happy:And I won't Miami extend a personal invitation WE 6105 DELIVER.NW 7th Avenue 754-35T7. formation,. calls NE 41910 NE 5.2307:

dwelve in old sayings becauseit to you. The invitation Chas. C. North, Manager Mrs. Jacqueline Livingston
all bolls down to the same program is not yet availablefor FOR FINE PICTURES ,
old thing which is: life is what distribution, however our OFFICE HOURS

'you make it. Ellen Cashmanis members have been instructedto CALL: DAILY

no doubt an advocate of that. accept your names and num- I 9 a.m. to 5:30: p.m.SATURDAY .
During our last concert, In'spite ber of guests and from that information JOHNSON OF MIAMI
of having entered our society will be j
you among 635-4740
only weeks before,Ellen the first to have reservations.Of 9 a.m. to 12:30 Noon Call

was already quite noticeableon course, all performing ,
the stage in the company of society functions are gratis j I : CHARLES
our distinguished Vincent

DeMeo, singing her parts as if Until we have the pleasureof "4 DAY SPECIAL"Fri ROGERS
they had been written for her. meeting again next week,

The truth of the matter is that my guest' Mrs.Ellen Cashman Sat, Mon, Tues. AT PL 17502FOR
they were. You've heard me and I wish you a most pleasant

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THE c M1AMlTI.MESJJ\ J=rdpy EifA'VbA! (e 1.t, ffiW.

Orientation Week At Brownsville Jr. HighThe I

AboutTalk faculty and student body have mighty "Falcon,"the school's
Round administrative staff, had an alarming drop-out rate
: faculty, and student body has which 'we hope to minimize committed themselves to the emblem, wear proudly the
"t i launched a newprogramofacthrough a planned program of implementation of a totallynew school's colors, red and gray,

.' tion in the education realm of motivated activity which is school. and work dnfgentlytowardo I
I :'". ,./ ,;:1':.' the Dade County School Sysgeared to reach the prospec- Our kickoff program for school's motto: "Not atthe
.j ,/ "
BY JIMMY "SCOOP" BETHEL "./... .. tem, which will bring total en- tive drop-out. Our newly in- Orientation Week,1969-70 and entertained top, but climbing. .
lightment to the city of Miami, stituted CAPS program(Char- the 7th graders,

FLORIDIANS AROUND THE NEW YORK BEAT. Henry the Model City area, and the after Attendance;1 Produce- was held in on the the auditorium.second day Our of LUCKY LENNY'SWEEKLY
school
Wright(big-time :Harlem-tailor residing at 811.Flushing Ave. entire Brownsville Commu- Success) is being dedicated to Mr Walter REPORT
principal
new
with a clothing shop at 217 W 125th St., NYC, in front of the nity. the proposition of building 1 orientated the
famed 125 St. Apollo Theatre. Henry is the son of David Brownsville has in the past a new Brownsville. The entire Oden students, briefly on the school's pro- Puerto Rico 3725907X4VEL6UK&UI 453765Dog

Wright Nassau. Bahamas and is married to the former Marie and culminated Days
Sims the Rod Sims family,' of Nassau). Hattie Hayes in ROUND ABOUT TALK AND SOUL MUSIC SURVEY, gram his and talk plans with, the introduc-
NYC talking about Blanche Powell and James Richardson of Willie Davidson, 411 W. Hernandez, Pennsacola, Fla. talking assistant
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Ft. Lauderdale Ronald Brown down in big Jacksonville, about B. B. King's "Why I Sing the Blues" Marva Whitney's tion of the new principal
for administration Mr. ,
".,.
dedicated to the (she's
"It's My Thing" Stanley Wrights
Fla. to visit his gran'ma The George McCrays, 236 NW assistant principal -
the former Yvonne Bethel, my girl)and their first born, a baby Phil Cooper,
146th Street, asking about "The HampDays of Riviera Beach" Jerome
(Alma Days of 1493 NW 51st Street)Henry Harvey, Miami, the girl, Sunday morning Sept. 7...Hank Ballard's "Butter YourPopcorn" for and guidance all of,the Mr.Browns-
Taft
Train the James Brown ,
and Soul (
"Funky on "Your Neighborhood Trav.lAg.nts"
C George Smiths' 1879 NW 56th St., Miami and the Rev. and Mrs. ville counselors.All .
label into the "top 20" Hank Ballard's
King moving
William Rutledge of Palatka, Fla. Mr. and Mrs. Gerald Brownsville studentsare
200 143rd arrived in "Blackenize Top 10" dedicated to pretty Maxine Mitchell At n.or to you as your
Williams W. St. of NYC town after a
to "Look Up"before
(formerly of Florida City) of NY -UnitedaIrUnes Little challenged t.l.phon.. Glv. u* a call.
pleasant vacation in Hollywood, Fla. visiting with her sister, fall because it is 754-3517.
they WE DELIVER.
Anthony and the Imperials (direct from their big "Los Vegas
Mrs. Elizabeth Daniels. (Mrs. G. W. is the former Leona only by this they can hope to 6105 NW 7th AvontnrCha
Gaitor) George Nixon"theSeaman" of Miami, in Brook- record breaking stint) into the NYCopaasmash. I stopped In rank with the VIPS. They are >. C. North, Manager
Interview these singers"but to con-
not to "great
at the
lyn at 1566 Pacific St ...Steven Truett, Bklyn playboy(Sonny Copa, encouraged to : emulate thei ,
them their rise back to the top. After diggingall
gratulate on up
Truett's son) dropped out of sight. .. Key Westers can write
time stars and personalities" who came to see
Jim Roberts at 154 Himrod St., Brooklyn, N. Y. His son, the "big
these "show veterans" it was showtime and there
.Wayne Roberts (Cynthia Wilkerson'stoo)is in the U. S. Army.A perform,
little and the doing their thing. Doing
fine looking lad ...Itwas a baby girl, born to Betty Laven- was Anthony Imperials d < n tl
their hits such "On The Outside Looking In" "Go-
der Jackson of Trenton, N. J.An August born Singer Ed- only top as
ing Out'Of My Head", "Take Me Back," "Tear Drops on My
mond Spate, 468 W. 144th St. moving up in the "Limelight".
Hurts" "Hurt So Bad" then came the standing
Edmond is the son of Rev. and Mrs.Herbert L. Spate of Mar- Pillow", "It ,
ovation with "Shimmy Shimmy Coco Bop"and the last but not
rianna, Fla. who pastors the St. James AME Church.
least, their latest, "Out of Sight, Out of Mind". The names of

the group; lead singer, Little Anthony Gourdine, Clarence
Collins, baritone; Ernest Wright, second tenor; and Samuel
Strain, first tenor. I did talk with Clarence Collins by chance,
even though I knew them for years. But then there were"The

Supremes-The Bluebells; The TemptationsArthur Prysockand

many others" waiting to give their Congrats, show their
respects. I was lucky, Clarence saw me and came over to say I. Your

thanks, "for your good advice a few years ago. My advice then r
was for the Imperials to once again unite with Little Anthony. I Weekly Horoscopeby

1p4s They did, and they're out of sight. This is Scoop Bethel 7

... __ .-. -n saying, time and tide waits for no man. C-U-NX-WK.
57-29-16- 48-01
Cooke Lavender Yvonne Wright Prysock
gam Betty -
CARPET SALESDAN'S ARIES (March 2t-April19): Energy cycle low in week
THAT GffiLTttJTH MYERS.PLyS MU BERNIE YAFFA ahead Aries Honey. Why not use time of reduced

Ruth Myers, former Miami universltstudent, nowanairllne, 't efficiency to let your system recuperate for you will not
hostess, working for Trans World Airlines, because she likes1 ._ CARPET SERVICE be your usual keen, sharp self. Don't venture out into new
travelling and seeing the world. She's a native of Phllly, now CLEANING AND INSTALLATION areas at this time. Now quit frowning. .better days are

resides in New York. Miss Myerslovesdancingandjazz musk. COMMERCIAL CLEANING ', "z I lust around the next corner, you know.

Her singer (number one) is the late Sam Cooke, favorite song, \\t TAURUS'?April'20-May 20): Creative endeavors could

(Cookes first big one) "I Love You,For Sentimental Reason". ., I be most productive during week ahead 'Tt1 wa However
Her main man and lover is Bernie Yaffa, Miami University's CALL UNTIL 7 P.M.KHONK I vitality slackens on fourth day so get goinfright away. As

assistant coach and trainer,whom she hopes to marry in the ', BBI-0078 7BI-O7B8 week wafies, you may tend to tire more easily than usual.If
near future.Herresidence In New York is the "London House"on so, knock off early and don't go In for elaborate excusesif
80th St. between 1st,Ave. and York Avenue. That's that f Sundays, ill 3 p.m. questioned by one in authority., Just state the facts

girl, Ruth Myers e. .(;, f>\. 1 I Baby. \ '
GEMINI (May 21.June 20): Your intellectual curiosity ''

will be In high gear during first part of week. Gem. Think

DUKE TASK IS BACK THE NEWS BUT DUKE HAS BEFORE big. But think honestly. Avoid the counterfeit and the
SPREADS THROUGHOUT THE HIM A DESPERATE MISSION sham. Last day of week may find you completely drained'
GIGANTIC DUKE! TASK SPACE --STOP ELLE'S ROCKET FROM And don't complain, it's better than being clogged.
1 INDUSTRY.HEADQUARTERS.. CRASHING IF POSSIBLE-- CANCER (June 21-July 22): An older person,perhaps'
THE EFFECT IS ELECTRIC I EVEN \IF IMPOSSIBLE.' member of the family, may cause you some trouble in

f DUKE, THIS IS NUTS week ahead. In dealing with this person, be firm. but
OUR FASTEST RESCUE fair. Use'your excellent Intuitive ability. Avoid the pettyact
SHIP COULDN'T MAKE Avoid also flights of rhetoric which tend to wind up

IT. IT CANT 6E' PONE! on notes of hysteria.
LEO (July 23-Aug. 22): Look Leo, stop trying to please
T the whole dam universe. Please yourself. Olga finds it
necessary to remind you of this again and again. Your
K mind will race in week ahead in effort to attain high goal.
: ;. This is just peachy, but don't have a breakdown in the

i; process. Promise?
ffAMEI VIRGO (Aug. 23-Sept 22): There is a deal in the works,
Virg which lust could add to your financial security. It
may also fill an emotional void in your life which you are
keeping secret Be ready. If necessary, take a red crayon

WE HAVE ALL-mE" FIGURES. LET /VIE AT THE > WITH DUKE AT THE MASTER and draw a smile on your face. In short, "Fake it,"Luv.
JUST ONE LIBRA (Sept 23-Oct 22): Leapin' lizards Libra, the
.HERJ'S NO WA.Y TO GET REMOTE CONTROL CONTROL, ON EARTH A
A SHIP, 1f Rr oR STOP LOOKONE ,UNIT THAT GUIDES SPACE TANKER J MILLIONSOF week, ahead is full of all kinds of goodies. Your energy
THAT ROCKET I OF OUR SPACE ARGUMENTS MILES AWAY, RESPONDS cycle will be high and your hunches right on the old beam.
OIL TANKERS RIGHT NOW WILL TO THE DIRECTION OF A Go ahead and act in haste. There will always be plenty of
--CIOSE GET ANYBODY GREAT SPACE PILOTBACK / time later for you to repent in leisure, if necessary.
ENOUGH FIRED-SNAP SCORPIO (Oct 23Nov. 21): Lay off even thinking
IT.! about sex during first four days of week, Scorp. You have

other worlds to conquer, too, you know. Use these days to
exploit your seemingly inexhaustible resource of Ideas On

last three days of week, energy builds and you can go backto
your regular habits. Which needn't be elaborated upon.
I SAGITTARIUS (Nov. 22Dec. 21): Watch that
tMl. hair-trigger temper of yours in week ahead. Sag. There will

be one who will try you to the breaking point if possible.Get .
m business deals out of way before last day of week. On

last day you will feel strength return and you may as well
channel it for fun, for a change.
CAPRICORN (Dec. 22Jan. 19): Back to reality. Cap.

HE'S DONE IT/] THE N..TV. CONTACT ON CUES SMP Practical affairs must have your attention now. The other
WITH ELL, HERSELF kind will lust have to wait until planets an in other
.- A VERY / positions. You don't really mean to baa schemer. Cap, but
CRAZY
CAUTIOUSLY THE tZJ HERE
BRAVE VERY NAPPY in week ahead you will be in position to take advantage of
TANKER I SHIPAPPROACHES ..... GIRL. r AM ON A
DIRTY OLDROCKET rare opportunity. Check your motives. Are they selfish?

STAY RIGHT THERE SHIP AQUARIUS (Jan. 20-Feb. 18): The beginning of a new
-- FULL OF NUTS faith in week ahead You've
BEAUTIFUL DOLL / Aquarius. had your baptismof
GENTLY IT PUSH- AND BOLTS BUT ;:: ... fire now the water to cool
comes
-- I'AA COMING you down. You may
CS THENOSE OF
mrn.CUE'S SHIP TO BRING'tU' TO ME ITS LIKE feel changeable and perhaps even a bit moody. If so, don't

AWAY FROM ITS SA CI<'! CINDERELLA'S COACH JUST ,brood for this is just normal reaction to recent intense

OI5TRUCTIViiQURSE. BECAUSE I'M, activity. If you are feeling really blue remember that old
Olga has a special spot in her heart for all Aquarians.
AND..INTO, A WAITINT FOR ::. PISCES (Feb. 19-March 20): You Pisces, are a true
SAFE ORBITAAROUND fI Icy, PUKE TASK7 water-baby. And during week ahead, you will be temptedto
THE go sailing off into the blue. Don't. A challenge may be
MYSTERIOUS
'PLANBT/ presented which you must face up to. It will relate to a
7-18 partnership of some type. Perhaps marriage. Keep the old
water-wings handy lust in case the seas'get choppy.o .



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m I MIAIA\ ,'IE: \. '\J.r.\'; Sepernb'l1, ..\'' 19'69 I
), ,-rIOOY, ", 21

National Council of Churches ,
Acknowledges.
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I OK's Black Economic Development Conference I INEW



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YORK, N. Y. The The proposal recommends NBEDC) and by the grace of lions of dollars to disadvan- That Christian education finance and government in a
Executive Committee of the that the NCC ask member God to respond in a way con- taged groups for loans and programs develop material stronger attempt contribute
National Council of Churches communions tor $500,000 in sistent with!the Gospel of Je- grants toward economic and that deals with the Black Mani- to human rights there.
has "acknowledged"the Black "new money"for five social This festo, militant student
regional sus Christ. development. pro- groups, That the expertise of the
Economic Development Con- conferences for black church- "We declare that we as posal would be presented to the and the crisis in public edu- churches in overseas reliefbe
ference "as a programmatic men and for the Interreligious Christians have no right undei triennial NCC GeneralAs- cation, made available for domestic -
expression of the aspirations Foundation for Community God to refuse to listen to any sembly to be held In early De- needs.
of black churchmen'7 in a' Organization, and that the NCC demand presented to us what- cember, 1969. That a long-term programbe That a "skills bank" of
developed through the public -
statement issued here Aug.29 prepare a program plan(to be be initial
ever our reac-
may church personnel trained in
(3) That the NCC adopt procedures media setting forth the issues -
after a one-day special meet- submitted to its General
Assembly
-- tion to the form it takes .
publishing, fundraising,
which will enable the dimensions and :
urgencyof
ing of 25 denominational in
December)by which: but along is not
openness business management, etc. be
churches' moral force to be the present crisis.
church leaders. "tens of
millions of dollars"would enough, there must be peni- .. developed to help minority
felt in in the "
The statement declared that become government, rec- *
available from tence and a readiness to make That the connection be- deal with their prob-
the National Council of the churches ognition that the massive eco- development groups
and other recompense. tween poverty, race and. lems.
Churches is "aware of the nomic involvement requires
sources to disadvantagedgroups at home and abroad
The NCC leaders will make
grievances of the black people for loans and grants the following recommen- response not only from the be stressed by working (5)) That the Committee of
of this nation, and while toward economic and social dations to the Geneal Board voluntary sector, but also the ihrouRh and with the World Sixteen which originally made
:
,
rejecting the ideology of the development. government at national, state Council, of Churches and the these proposals to the NCC
((1)) That it recommend to
and local levels. '
Black Manifesto acknow- Executive Committee be
The Executive Committee member communions for NCC Roman Catholic Jiont con-
ledges the Black Economic had been authorized by the funding five regional confer- (4) That the NCC Imme- Program on World Development tinued in order that it may con-
Development Conference as a NCC's General Board last Mayto ences' for black churchmen diately begin exploring new Special attention was also tinue consultations with representatives .
programmatic expression of take action on the demands sponsored by the National Committee ways to realign program priorities recommended to the situa- of the BEDC and
the aspirations of black of the conference's Black for Black Churchmen.The to meet those objec- tion in South Africa and NCC other minority groups seek.,
churchmen. The Black Eco- tives of the Crisis in the Na- agencies are asked to reevaluate log civic and economic Justicefor
Manifesto first
presented at purpose of these confer-
nomic Development Confer- tion program. their Involvement with deprived people.
that meeting byJamesA.For- ences would be to initiate regional -
ence is a new agency among
man, and to make recommen- planning and strategiesfor
those agencies in the black
dations to the board., meeting social problems,
community/ directed toward
Between the two board and to plan and mu-
programs
the achievement of economic '
Justice for the deprived peoples meetings, the Executive Com- tual interest with minority 1 I BftZ 1 Ii'
of this land" mittee has held three special groups.
sessions to consider the demands
In a first direct, compre- ((2) That it seek from mem-
hensive response to the black and the recommendations ber communions $500,000 in
manifesto by the NCC. the of a special Committeeof "new money" for these con- TREMENDOUS SELECTIONUPHOLSTERY
church leaders proposed a Sixteen that it had appointed. ferences and for the Interre-

fivepoint program for con- The church officials declared ligious Foundation for Com- FABRICS

sideration by the church fed- that they found themselves munity Organization. Also,
eration's general board, con- "under Christian constraint to that the NCC staff prepare a 30.000 YDS. r:{ AlSO HUGE VARIETY OF FINEST DE.
vening Sept. 11-12 In Indianapolis make every effort to under- program proposal which would 900' VALUES ., stand these demands (of the make available tens of mUd 1 {IMPORTED CUT VELVETS IRQICADES -
to W TO 6.95 LINENS NYLONS ETC.
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PHILADELPHIA A veteran phia after a distinguished record ANIMAL : 150 IO
black scout professional'has of 26years professional LEOPARD GIRAFFE I TIGER Mm

been named to direct all .'3 Scouting. His most recent post ZEBRA, ETC. 56 IN. WIDE ', VALUES TO 6.00 YD.
was deputy regional Scout w
Boy Scouting activities in one \
Executive
Region Two which
of the nation's largest cities.
includes New York, New Jer- "
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Charles E."Chuck" Means, I sey, Puerto Rico, and the VirJ -'
a 57-year old New Yorker anda )gin Islands. His assignmentshave
specialist on urban scoutingwas included service in East
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22I I THE'AlA/itt/ 'tlllESftl lp't ''; ; 19'69I

CARD OF THANKS IN MEMORIAMIn HOUSEOF ALBERT

The family of the late loving memory of my Mrs. Ora Brown of 1960 NW
RDEirEiEiini1O! I I MRS. CORA GIVENS dear mother, 4th Ave. died Sept 1 Survivors
_. .... _
wish to express and give thanksto L Include two sons Johnnie and

the following persons; The Lester; one daughter Elva
customers of the Ladies Randolph; one brother Johnnieone
CARD OF THANKS IN MEMORIAMIn IN MEMORIAMIn Worgd Beauty Salon, and sister Vera Knight. Ser-

I Mrs. Sarah S. Butler and loving memory of my of friends. To all of those who vices were held Tuesday from
our
loving memory
family of the late dearly departed husband, were so kind during our be- Greater Bethel AME
and mother
4MCs''r + MR. JAMES A. SMITH wife reavement. We would like to Mrs. Marie Williams Smithof

who departed this life Sept. give special thaks to those who 17233 SW 101 Ave. died
12, 1964.I i motored to Sanford Florida,to Sept 5. She is survived by her
have spent manyboursre- be with the family.Mr. r husband Willie; one son

s membering that sad day. and and Mrs. William LeeColbert' Johnnie; one sister Essie
the days that followed which TTA \ Merritt; brother Amos Brown.
nave left a gap that cannot be Mrs. Theodora Cooper Services were held Tuesdayin
filled in my life. Mrs. Essie Maxswell the chapel.
.i He is gone,but not forgotten Mrs. Bessie Mae Brown Adar Battle 3331 NW 207
5l Mrs Doris Brown st d Sept 6 at Jackson Hos

( Mrs. Annie Mae Smith,wife Mrs. Rose Marie Johnson pital. Survivors are wife,
>, a f r Mr. and Mrs William three sons; two daughters and
.1 r tf. Henderson. one brother. Remains are be-
NELLIE JOSEPH
ing shipped to Vidalia, Ga.
--...-,..----.--.....-.- IN MEMORIAMIn IN MEMORIAMIn who departed this life Feb. 13, Albert Holliman of 3099 NW
DUKE 0. BUTLER, loving memory of, 1967. Your memory lingerson. 62nd St. died Sept. 6 at Jack-
loving of the late .
who departed this life July 3, memory and son Hospital. He is survivedby
Freddie
Rev. Dykes
1969 wish to thank the Monroe ;\\ two sons Nelson, Coolidge;
General Hospital and staff, Family one daughter Mary Stanley;
the late Dr. Welffenbach and MRS. CATHERINE BRYANT one sister Bertha Hester.Ser-

Drs. neighbors and friends, who departed this life September CARD OF THANKSThe vice will be held Saturday in
for telegrams,flowers and donations 19, 1968. the chapel.
Union Lodge #47, :''f j r '.;.; Gone, but not forgotten. .. family of the late Mrs Lucille Smith of 1415

VFW Post 6021, American .'. Legion, Key West undertaking .;..,'...".'...:9. ..':'" end of the road would like to take this methodto Osteopathic General Hospital.
and florist. The Rev. G, \ :: .;,' Through which each must go thank their many friendsfor Survivors Include two nieces,
Allen and congregation. Your alone 'T' the cards, letters, tele- three nephews and one stepson
kindness will never be forgotten And there is a light we can- :' grams and other condolences Services Friday at 3 p.m.
not see, ; ..., extended to us during our hourof in the chapel.
Our father claims his own. ',.,> bereavement. Your flowers Simpson McKinney of 1809
The Butler Family _",'_," _,,I" ,_... and other tokens of love helped NW 1st ct.died Sept,'IatJack-
Leroy Bryant, husband ''' T' ---'' '""'"'"'1 ,
VERONICA BUTLERwho William Robinson Jr. and RUBY LEE PINKNEYwho to lighten our burdens. A son Height Nursing Home. Incomplete -
died September 12, 1966. Harold Robinson sons and departed this life on Sept. special thanks is extended to .
;
IN MEMORIAMIn The book is closed and the grandchildren 9, 1967. Rev. Ira McCall for his kind Alfonso Johnson of 1997
prayers have been said. And A precious one from us is gone, words and the staff of the Wilmington St. died Sept. 7.
loving memory of our she is part of the countless A voice we love is stilled, Range Funeral Home for their Survivors include parents Ann
dearly beloved son, brother, dead. And she has gone where CARD OF THANKSThe A place is vacant in our homeIn services. God bless you all. and Carey Johnson;three bro

father and husband, all must go. family cf the late which no one else can fill thers Carey, Jr. Geotis and

MR EUGENE WATKINSwho Sadly missed Mrs. Iris B. Caruthers and Ronald; two sisters Margaret
by
Mrs Annie Sears, mother this ; White Theava Johnson. Re-
departed life Aug. 26 Mrs. Cora Lee Pinkney Family ,
,
Hezekiah Sears, father wishes to thank neighbors and motherMr. mains will be shipped to Tal
Virginia Williams, sister friends for their kindness dur- lahassee.
Sylvester Pinkney, IN MEMORIAMIn
Nealon Sears brotherIN
ing our bereavement''I'or father Davis Rozier died Aug. 31

cards, food, money and flo- Barbara Pinkney, sister loving memory of at Jackson Hospital.Survivors
MEMORIAMIn wers. Also their precious Johnnie and Dee Pinkney, GEORGE WHITFIELD Include mother Idelle Finde;
loving memoriam! of time and kind words of sym- brothers TINKER two sisters Annie Sim:eons

pathy. We want to thank the Gertrude, Irene, Pearl and who died September 14, 1968 and Laura Rozier; one brother
Pastor's Aid Club of St.James Lealar, aunts A loving smile we loved to see Mack. Remains were shippedto

E Baptist Church, theSenior Citizens James Sutton, Johnnie A voice we loved to hearA Tallahassee.
; Club, ,and Rev. Thed-' .Sutton, uncles place is vacant in our home Lucille Owens of 10341 SW
ford Johnson, and members. Clifford Brown, cousin'and which never can be filled 175 St. died Sept. 1. Services
Also thank you to the Rahm- nephews.. You will never be forgottentho were held Saturday at Mount
ings Funeral Home and Staff Moriah Baptist Church.
LONNIE JOSEPH RANDOLPHwho on earth you are no more
came to the end of lifes Pastor's Aid Club of St.John's But in memory you are withus James Black of Nine Mile.'

Journey. on September 12, CARD OF THANKS as you've never been Camp, died Sept. 1 at A'. G.
1965. Mrs. Jane Watkins, wife Family of late before. Holley St. Hospital, Lantana.

Four sad and lonely years Arrangements are incomplete
have passed and it seems like IN MEMORIAM Sadly missed by: Mrs. Brizllia Perry of 1217

I only yesterday that you were In memory of our loved one 11 The Family Robert NW 62nd St. died Sept. 6. in-
here spreading happiness to I Nlllq il I Olivia Cynthia complete.Mrs. .

t all who knew and loved you. r f" ;';" Verne Marie Rilbey, 10521
You have now gone to your ''i'M ; 4111 SW 178th St. Incomplete.
eternal resting place where rG & BAIN'S -
i tranquility abounds. Gone' STEVENS
Alvin L. Williams 5930 SW
from the
ones who loved dear ESTHER McMULIANFELTON
,wY
,, 1 M tt 1 1d 61st St. died Sept. 6. Serviceswere
ly, may you eternally rest in Mrs. Susie Williams of 3810
and held Wednesday at St. SW 26 St. W. Hollywood died
peace may the perpetual who departed this life Sept 9.,
light of God shine upon you. 1967. John AME. He is survived by Sept. 5. Services will be held

Mr. and Mrs. Ernest God called her to heaven to f 1 F, his wife Juanita; parents Mr. Thursday, 3 p.m. inGeth-
Headley parentsbrothers take her rest. i 1 '' 1 11,11\ t and Mrs. Pratt Williams; one semane Baptist Church She Is

wife and children For here on earth she did "(..: LOUISE M, NEWBOLD- sister Patricia Dobbins; survived by her husband
her best. ;....).....r't .. wishes to express their sin- grandparents Mr. and Mrs. George; three daughters
.... Marshall Williamson. Hannah Evans Addle Dees
IN MEMORIAMin She went through trials and .. .. cere thanks and appreciationto ,
stood the test. : everyone who rendered kind and Prudence Word; two sons
sad but loving memoryof We loved her but God loved acts of sympathy during our George and Lawrence; four
our dear son, brother, her ,best. recent bereavement. Special sisters Josie Perry, Lizzie
: I grandson and nephew, -MRS.-ORELIA-SEYMOUR-- thanks to Central Baptist IN MEMORIAMIn Hall, Annie Crefford and Rosa

The Family who was taken away from us Church and Steven Funeral McCants; one brother Silas
Home, thanks to neighbors and loving memory of our' I White.
September 12.1967.
friends for food all cars let dear friend,
CARD OF THANKSThe "When lilacs last 'in the dooryard ters, florals and, telegrams.May .
bloom IN
MEMORIAM
,
God
bless
you.
family of the late .And the great star early In loving memory of my
'MR OZEE Emerald
MORGAN droop'd in the western sky In Ashley, daughterand mother.

wish to thank their many the night, Family xap -----....-
friends for your thoughtful I mourn'd and yet shall y
sympathetic understanding mourn with ever-returning CARD OF THANKSThe a
during 'recent bereavement "
spring. wife and family of

JAMES A. LEE,
The auxiliaries of Ebenezer Chilion Seymour, husband who departed this life August
United Methodist Church, the Burdine Rolle, son 20 a t the Veterans Adminis-
neighbors of 63rd and 64th St., And a host of family and tration Hospital, wish to ex-
PFC JAMES L. DILLARD m, and our many friends for press our sincere thanks and ; t
c who departed from this life cards, floral pieces, telegrams IN MEMORIAMIn appreciation to allot the

September 13, 1968. food, cars, and dona- friends and neighbors for the
It will always seem like loving memory. of my nearueit sympathy shown us
dear mother
only yesterday our hearts tions, and other acts of kind- grandmother my dearest in our recent hours of be- MISS HATTIE BRACE

were saddened, by your passing ness shown. reavement through the many who departed this life Sept.' / tr ft
ti fof the hurt and memory Special thanks to Stewardess MRS.EDGECOMBEwho CORRINE A. cards, flowers and acts of 7, 1964. ,

,will always linger; but thereis Board No. 1, Rev. A. D. kindness "Sunset and evening star and MRS. LAURA SEYMOURwho
comfort in the thought that Hall, and the Range Funeral tember departed 14 thes life, Sep Special thanks to the doctors one clear call for me departed this life
you are at rest with God.Sleepon Home and staff. May God forever her 1952. God bless nurses and intensive care unit And may there be no mourn 13, 1968. Sept

dear James we loved you ,bless all of you. memory. at Veterans Hospital and to the ing at the bar One bright and guiding light
but God loved you best. Mrs. Roena Livingston. Lithgow 54 St. Funeral Home. When I put out to sea." that taught me right from
Mattie daughter e
wife ,
Morgan
wrong, I found in my mother'seyes
Sadly missed, Johnny L. Morgan, son Mrs. Edna E. Johnson, Mrs. Ada c. Lee, wife and Sadly missed .
'* Horace Morgan, son granddaughter Family The Grisbys' Hazel D. Seymour,daughter

Family



TRANGE TIMES, Fridoy,, September, U9

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love Ana Charity Closes
Pvt. Donnie Jennings ot2340 '

NW 89th St. died, Sept. 5. He P S c
was a graduate of Miami Jack< fj 1 1i
/
son's class of '68 He is sur- Successfulfleeting

vived by his mother Bernize, i s
his father Alexander and other
relatives., Services will be In NassauThe N r
1 at St. Mat- Y '
Saturday. p.m. '
thews Freewill Baptist: ) ti;
General Grand 53rd Biennial board members were refreshed -
Church.J. .
Convention of Love and with cold drinks and then
T. Clark of 2245 NW 58 r rwirt
St. died Sept. 4 at Jackson Charity closed a most inter- taken to lunch.After lunch they r

He is survived his esting meeting in Nassau,Ba- rested. "
Hospital. by e ,
; h
wife Corrine three daughtersNina hamas, August 21st.The group Tuesday night at 8 p.m. the
;
left Miami on August 18, at group was taken to British
Jones, Evelyn Torrence
9:40 a.m. on Eastern Airlines, Colonial Hotel to be the guestof
and J a e c i 11 a Clark; a step
arriving in Nassau at 10 a.m. District 3 at a banquet.The
daughter Annie L. Coleman
two sisters Johnnie Beechamand ; Brother W. C. Johnson and banquet was a unique affair. ? ''
Brother D. Rogers met the The attire was ladies formal
Rosie Williams four brothers
; group 'at the airport. After and gentlemen semi-formal
Hudlie Lenzy Lind-
,
,
clearing customers, we were After a delightful buffet din-
wood and Harvey. Services
taken to Olive's Guest House. ner of roast beef with brown
will be held Friday 4 p.m. at
Macedonia After resting there, each per- gravy, turkey, rice, green
Greater New Baptist son was assigned to his room. peas, cold cuts, olives, baked '.
Church. a
We then were taken to Flow- Alaska, pies, jello and coffee, W'' '
William Dean of 1705 NW 3 ri
ers Restaurant on Kings Road. we were led to the table by "
Ave. died Sept. 4 at Jackson k
There, we were served a de- Sister, Lorean Gaitor who dida
He is survived his
Hospital. by lightful lunch.BROTHER good Job. The dining hall was E.
wife Mabell. Services will be
beautifully decorated in red
Thursday 2 p.m. at Ebenezer ... and white. ----_....

Methodist Church. The MC at the banquet was His Eminence Bishop S. McDowell Shelton, center, the Apostle, Pastor and General over-
Miss Rosetta Jenkins of Brother Cecil Rose, who was seer of the Churches of the Lord Jesus Christ of the Apostolic Faith, headquartered at 22nd
1899 NW 67th St. died Sept. 5 Just marvelous. The speakerof and Bainbridge Streets, Philadelphia, Pa., is shown scooping the first shovel of earth recently -

at Jackson Hospital. She is the evening was the Hon. during ground-breaking ceremonies for, a $275,000 32-unit Garden Type Apartment com

survived,by her parents Vic Carlton Francis, minister of plex for the elderly, located adjacent.to the church on 21st St., between Bainbridge and Pem-,
toria and Ralph Jenkins; two zaAy finance who held the audience berton Streets. Assisting him are. left 'Elder D. J. Mills, secretary general of the Diocese
sisters Mary Davis and Nicole spellbound. His address was and overseer of the State of Virginia, and J. Austin Norris, prominent Philadelphia attorneya
Jenkins; two brothers Ralph very educational and very inspiring former member of the Board Revision of Texas and the churches counselor who directed

and Carl; her grandmother Brother Cecil,Rose negotiations with the city of Philadelphia for purchasing the ground.

Mrs. Rosa Jenkins. Services; S k sang My Task. Rev. W.C.Coy; Whole Truth Broadcast can be heard each Sunday live around the world from the Philadelphia -
will be held Thursday, 2 p.m. responded to the minister' of headquarters church over stations: WAME- Miami 1260 9-10 a.m. (covering the Ba-
in the chapel. finance. GGW John Burroughs hamas Islands). WOBS Jacksonville 1360 9-10 a.m. and WTMPTampa 1150 4:305:30p.m.
Mrs. Pankle Floyd of 1380 extended greetings from the Visit our Florida churches: Miami, 1500,NW 54th St.; Opa-locka, 1990 NW AU Baba
NW 39th St. died Sept. 8 at states and told them that he Avenue; Ft. Lauderdale, 970 NW 34th Ave.; Belle Glade 577 SW 8th Ave.; Hallandale, 407

Jackson Hospital. She is survived was very pleased and grateful N. Dixie Highway; Lakeworth 1518 North Johnson Street.

by her,husband Ernest; the -- ---=--'"
for their hospitality to -r-r w.
five daughters Alfield, Thora --- GG officers and delegates. He

Mae, Benny, Mamie and Emma, JOHN BURROUGHS said that after the GG meeting [CarverRanches ATTENTION!
three sons Ernest,Jr.Thomas; General Grand closes he would be going home

and Caphas; two sisters Annie for a visit. He hadn't been to
Monday August 18 at 8 p.m.
Sloan and Viola Cromartie. all officers, and membersof the island 'since 1907. GGR'[ If You're fromGeorgia

Remains will be shipped to the Order gathered at the Secretary Sister Vera E. I

Tallahassee., Evangelistic Center for the Smith responded to the GGWS.
Sp/4 Marvin Screen of 4725 preconvention program. The Response to Sis.Smith by Bro.B. [News

NW, 24th Ave. was killed Inaction program was opened by Bro.D. Coakley. The benedictionwas By Walter Bowerrrr.lr i
in Vietnam. Among his The Love and said by Rev. Burke. .

survivors include his wife Charity. Rogers Ode was sung .- "We Wednesday morning at 1C The Ladies Auxiliary to or West Florida'Iou ,

Jacquelyn. Arrangements are have met this night in order." a.m. the gavel was sounded Post No. 8195' will hold its

incomplete. prayer' by Bro.J. McIntosh,, with Bro. D. Douglas,,degree regular meeting Sunday at, 5p.m
,Freddie Lee Phillips of G. C. was followed with the master presiding "with the Officers and members
16435 NW 22nd Ct. Opa-locka introduction of GGDD Rogersby given of degrees and assisted please be present. are entitledto
died Sept. 7. He is survived by the emcee. Rev. Bro. W.C, by Sli Lorean:Gaitor..At 10:30 Be our guest Friday and Sat-
,his mother Maggie Phillips,; Cox acted as M.C. for the a.m. the GGWS and his official urday night at Post No. 8195on
three brothers Loren, Isaac evening. Welcome by Bro. B. staff was escorted in by singing Pembroke Rd. Plenty of refreshments DeathBenefits
,and Raymond;a sister Dorothy, Coakley; scripture by Brother "All Hail the Power ot and m u s i c, come Special

Chesterfield other relatives ,Rev W. C. Cox. The speakerwas ,Jesus Name." Prayer by GG and spend your evening with:
including Frederica andAnnie the Hon.Senator Milo But- Chaplain,Deacon George Hep
Phillips. Arrangements are ler, Jr. He gave the history of burn. The GG session was then, us.Miss Beverly Allen of Hal-
Incomplete. the Order and the Importanceof open for business of that Grant landale, left for Bethune-
Charles W. Sands of 3028 loving one another.Responseby Body -- appointing of various Cookman College Monday,she
NW 60th St. died Sept. 7. lie Brother R. C, Bauflour. committees, collection of con- is the daughter of Mr.and-Mrs.

is survived by five daughters: Brother W. C. Johnson pre ,stitution taxes and seating of; Henry' Allen. For further information
Willie Mae, Catherine, Mary sented GGWS John Burroughswho districts and delegates. All The Carver Ranches Fire
Bell, Janie Mae and Annie L.; spoke out of his taskIng GG officers were re-electee Dept. holds its regular meeting -
three sons Charles,Jr.,Hardy the Brothers and Sistersto to succeed themselves. on Monday night of each

and Lovie; two brothers. Re- work for the up-building of The newly elected officers; week, all officers and members Call 6917661MR.
mains will be shipped cairo, humanity and the love and and appointees for 1969 to 197; please be present..,

Ga.Mrs. charities of tomorrow. Sister are: Mrs. Freddie M. Craig ,of
Lizzie Walker of 5141, West Hollywood returned
Ellen Taylor, GGWVS responded GGWS, John Burroughs;
NW 24th Ave. died, Sept. 6. beautifully. The G.G,, GGDWS, WC, JohnsonDistrict home after vacationing in Detroit '
She is survived by her daughter officers were introduced to the No. 3; GGWV,Ellen Tay Michigan.

Olivia Treaye; three congregation., Remarks from lor; GGFS, Pauline Jones,
granddaughters, 'Eliza- Brother Allen Johnson. Remarks District N2; GGRS, Vera E., GOSPEL MUSIC FESTIVAL 0]
beth Hudson, Alice M. Walker from the pastor Rev. Smith, Distirct #4; GG Treas, CHANNEL 10 TUESDAYWith s .
and Evelyn;a grandson Robert Sands. Offering. Pictures Anna B., Jones, District #2;;

Lee; thirteen great grands. were then made of the GG of- GGLH Cond., R. Josey, Dis- Tony Lawrence as '

Arrangements are incomplete ficers. Song by the choir. The trict 3 appointee; GGRH Condo host, the Tony Lawrence Folk \
Nathaniel Jefferson of 3178 program was then closed) Heneretta Miller, District Gospel Music Festival will be
NW 42nd St.',died Sept 9 at the the singing of "The Queen." appointee; GGDM, D. Doug- televised on the ABC networkon

Veterans Administration Hospital TuesdavmorningAugust 19 las; Directors: Lorean Gaitor, Tuesday, September' 16th

He is 'Survived by his at 10 a.m.,the executive board Edna Russell and George Hep from 8:30 to 9:30 p.m. EDST.
mother Julia,Woods.Arrange- met at the Hallin Hospital burn. The program stars Mahalia

ments are' incomplete. Lane. After the business of Appointees are:Sentinel Jackson; the Staple Singers;

Mrs. Rochell Harrell of the Board was completed, the Allen Johnson; GG Marshall, Rev. Jesse Jackson and the
1980 NW 49th St. died recently meeting was adjourned. The T. L. Moss, District #3;,GG Operation Breadbasket Or-,
.She Is survived by her mother ED. Chr., Cecil Rose District chestra and choir featuringBen
--- -
Willie Bell ,Rains. Ar- 13; GG Ed Chr Augusta Branch; Herman Stevens

rangements are ''incomp1ete'LewIs"Wright Mrs. Elizabeth R. Ander- Clarke, Dist #4Assnt.; ,Ethel and the Voices of Faith;Clara
of 3651/2 NW son' of 1894 NW 55th St. died T. Johnson, Dist #4; GG Lec- Walker and the Gospel Re-
13th St.died Sept.7 at Mt.Sinai Sept. 4. She is survived by her turer, Rev. H. W. Moss, Dist deemers; and the Mighty Mel- LESTER ALBERT Owner
Hospital. He Is survived by his husband Henry; two sons Sam #4; Ways and means, Lottie lo-Tones. ,A funeral service you will always remember, K

wife Burnette ; a son Benny and Samuel Redmon; her mo- Bemby, Dist. #3; Ways and because a loved one you can never forget, ,

and his wife;, four brothers ther, ,Eva Redmon; a sister means, Ellen Taylor,Dist.#4; so you may rest assured ''when you call the
Benny, 'Solomon, Johnnie and Christina Dixon and a brother Special deputy for Andros, THE( LOYAL LADIES CLUB
Ser- House of Albert, if the spirit is right, it is
Rev. Eddie C. Wright. Frank McGee. Services were Fletcher Mlnnis.
vices were held Wednesday at held Monday, at St. James, Wednesday, September 3 the N the first'step up towards heaven.
Pictures were taken with the Loyal Ladies Club presented I
Church. Re-
St. John Baptist Church.
mains'will be shipped to AME GG officers and guests.. After 'at check of $25 to the Sunland j House of AlbertWhere

Farmville, Virginia. Mrs. Ollle Higginbotham of election and installation of of- Training Center for their j
Miss Miriam Elise Griffithof 1123 NW 58th Terrace died ficers the 53rd Biannual Grand adopted child Ronnie Lee service begins and never ends

6930 NW Second Ct. died, Sept. 2 at Mt. Sinai Hospital. Convention closed to meet in Bright, who is nine years old. THREE LOCATIONS TO, SERVE YOU

Sept. 6, at her home. She is ,She Is survived by her hus- Miami or Washington in 1971. He was playing with his'play- LIBERTY' CITY OPA-LOCKA PERRINE
survived by her paents Errol band Horace; a ,sister Vernal Brother Cecil Rose and Bro. mates when Mrs. Helen Colbert
and Shirley; five brothers and Thompson and a cousin Errol W. Johnson took the ladies and president and Mrs. Lula 691.7661, MU 8'3311 23'38801THENIAMI '
other relatives.Services were Strachan. Services were held gentlemen to .paradise Island King and Mrs. Elizabeth El

held Tuesday in the chapel. Saturday in the chapel. and didn't we have fun arrived.



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'24 'THE'MIAMI TIMES... FrirW.WfmUr 121969

NEW MACEDONIA DRAKE MEMORIAL


Rev. Roscoe Jackson, pastor Rev. J. W. Dunn, pastor
Willie J. Beard, reporter I. N, T. Green, reporterOur a y
Rev. Perry Whites will be revival service will begin -

preaching tonightFrldaythe Monday, Sept. 15 at 8 p.m.

pre-anniversary ser mon of We are asking all membersand

the Ushers' Board of St. Matthew friends to please come out

1 Freewill Baptist, 6700 and mike it a spiritual suc-

4 1jnu NW Second Ave Rev. A. Ran- cess. Our minister will be

dall, pastor He's asking the Rev Robert Atstrong of

members of Choir and Ushers' Gonzales, Texas.
Board No. 1 to accompany him. All members are asked to
Rev. Jackson will be runninga go with the pastor Sunday, Elder J. W. Wilson and congregation would

iff Jn (Dturrt) | undue week's revival beginning on Sept. 14 Shiloh Baptist like to extend a warm and cordial invitation to all

Monday, Sept. 22 and concluding Church Rev. Griffin pastor of you to come and visit the church and enjoy the
fSept. 26 at Central M.B.
services.
TEMPLEThe MT. TABOR Church, 5300 SW 20th St.West NEW PROVIDENCE For your comfort, the church Is fully air-con-
Hollywood, where Rev. C. U.
convenience we provide transportation -
Rev. James Hendon, pastor Whites is the pastor. ditioned. For your ,
Rev, C. H, Thompson, WilhelmIna Sands, reporterMt. Ladies please remember Arsula Rev. C,Edwards J. Burney,pastor for services to and from the church. Time:

pastor of TransfigurationBaptist Tabor will be repre- Women's Day meeting will be The Sunlight Pallbearers,reporter Thursday 8 p.m. and Sunday, 11 a.m. and 8 p.m.

hamas Church returned, Nassau here, this Ba- sented at the National Baptist held Monday, Sept. 15at 8 p.m. Charity Society No. 137 will For your added convenience, we have a wonderful

in Convention in Kansas City by The chairman and cochairman hold the irregular meeting Sunday School service which we would like to have
week. He has been visiting
the following persons: Rev. is requesting all woman Friday at 8 All membersare each and Sunday
p.m. with
Tampa with his sister, Mrs, your children us every :
Hendon, Mrs.. Rosa Garvin, to please be present.
asked
to be
Irene Outer and family. He Mrs. Elizabeth Merchant, present. Phone: 6930481. Church: 9000 NW 20th Avenue.
Bible class and
will worsMpat Temple on Sunday Mrs. pearl Rogers and Deacon vice Tuesday at 7:30 prayer p.m.ser-You YOUNGLAND 'U.S.A.'Kfndergarten !Is open all sum-

and,Mrs.and Alfred is guest Dean.of Deacon and Sis. Sylvester Bruton. SHILOHRev. are Invited. mer. We keep children from 6 months of age to 10

."Get well wishes to Mr. A. M.Griffin,pastor Consecration hour ol prayer years of age. Call and Register Now. 6930481.
JORDAN GROVE: is held each Sunday at 5 .
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Richard Gibson who is a patient Ella Elam, reporter
at Cedars of Lebanon There will be a baby contest, a.m. ANTIOCH
Rev. Douglas Cook,pastor NEW KINGDOM I
Hospitl. Eddie Gilbert, reporterThe Wednesday, Sept. 24, 8 p.m. II I

Mrs. Ellen Wallace, who No. 2 Ushers' Board between Cassandra Matchett CHRISTIAN VALLEYElder Rev. J, Torrence pastor Rev. P. W. Wiggins, pastor :
has been confined to the Fountainhead and Chain in behalf of ,
will sell dinners all day Sat- Angela Dinettie Cobb, reporter i
Ossie Harris
reporter
:, Convalescent Home the Homemlsston's annivers- A. Ford, pastor? ,
21
On Sunday Sept. at 3 p.m.
In the ,
urday dining room,they Prayer service is held
for the past three months went Blondie Higgins, reporter Ushers' 1 will celei
!, to and Board No, -
are asking you stop by
ary.Ushers' at
Elder Ford is asking all every Tuesday 8 p.m.
home last Saturday. treat Board No. 1 will begin I i brate their anniversary Rev.
yourselves and members of Dis- Every Wednesday at 8 p.m.
The Missionary Society celebrating their anni- pastors
The Home Mission will W. C, Ivery will preach the an-
have Bible class
trict No. 3 to meet our Senior we ,everyoneis
Mrs. Florence Hepburn, versary Thursday with Elder
and the
musical at niversary sermon
a
sponsor program
Williams in
welcome.
will celebrate its and will Bishop W. Lee, this Friday Rev.
president the church this Friday at Green congregation.It male chorus will render musi-
anniversary Sunday at 3 conclude Sunday 3 with night at the church.The bishop charge.
p.m. p.m. cal services.All members
8 p.m. the public Is Invited.
The Deacon Board will have
with a variety program. Rev. J. W. Dunn and congre- will be our speaker. friends
The men will observe their are invited
their Reunion the third
There will be a musical Day
Frinds are invited. gation of Drake Memorial.
11th annual Sunday Sept. 21at9:30a.m.
Men's Day Oct. 12. Sunday at 3 p.m. Rev. Wrightand ,
thisSundaynightfeaturing -
will be old Fashion program
The church is asked to cOOperate There an from El the Sunday School will have its
congregation
the Rev Thoridas Tay-
VALLEY GROVE to help make this day a meeting Friday, Sept. 19 and annual Family Hour. Also on
Chapel will be in charge of
lor of
formerly Fitzgerald
success. Sunday, Sept. 21 at 3 p,m.Rev service Sunday, Sept. 28 the Sunday
and the Mother Ford ,
Rev. J. Ferguson, pastor The Male Chorus will sponsor Nelson Raines of the C Lord Georgia School will have promotion

Evelyn Ferguson, reporter a musical program this C's will be the speaker on Fri- Chorus. day. The church and friendsare

On Sunday at 3 p.m. there Sunday at 3 p.m. day and Deacon Brown on Sunday MT. SINAI asked to please come out

will be a program featuringthe afternoon. NEW MT.. MORIAH and help make both these

Four Gospel Writers.On GREATER NEW BETHELRev. There will be a sale all day Rev. Cleo Albury, pastorB. events a success.

next Friday night! the Saturday at the home of Sis. Rev A. L. Shipp, pastor Boney, reporterThe Ushers' Board No. 2 will

church will render servicesat Claudia Bryant, 1200 NW 65th Evelyn Souter, reporter youth will be In chargeof sponsor a Blue Light'Fashion
Smith
Christian M. B. Church, 'Alice. W. K. pastor Street. AU auxiliaries are asked to Sunday School,worship ser Tea Saturday, Sept. 13 at 8

1890 NW 47th Ter, Rev. 0. S. Irving, reporterYou please meet on your regular vices, 11 ,a.m. and BTU Sun- p.m. at the church.
Williams is are cordially invited to -
pastor.FELLOWSHIP. nights.
attend a Tea Saturday 8 day.The
try in p.m. ST. AGNES The No. 3 Choir will cele- speaker for the morn- I
the church's dining room,
brate their anniversary Sept. ing will be Rev.Robert Carter
in behalf of Men's Day, sponsored s ,Father L. Sands, rector KELLY'S CHAPEL
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chairman 26 and, 28. They are askingthe campus minister of Florida f
Deacon
by our Bryley Newton, reporterThe
church for their full Memorial.
John Akins and co-chairman Vestry had their Cor- coop- Rev. W. H. Butler,pastor
Rev. P. S. Brown, pastorM. Brother Charlie Hlnsey. Mrs. porate Communion at the 8 am. eration.We It's Singspiration time Sun- Marie Carr, reporterTheStewardess
L. Nixon, reporterAll Lurean Jackson will be the service Sept. 7. want to thank Rev. Rey- day night with the Ushers' Board
members and friends nolds of Columbus, Ga.for the Chorus In charge.
guest speaker. A thank you to toe annual would like to thank everyonewho
who bought tickets for the ., message he delivered on Sun-
There will be a Calendar dinner committee for organizing helped to'make their
Youth Usher Board car wash, Tea in the church's dining and leading the dinner to day night. GRACERev anniversary a great success.
please bring your cars to 730 room on the third Sunday from a successful conclusion.Spec- Special thanks Ushers'
NW 46th St. to be washed Sat-
: urday. Choir rehearsal will 4-6 p.m., sponsored by the ial thanks to the reservations HOUSE OF GOD W. F. Savoy, pastor Board No. 1 and Choir No. 2.
Pastor's Aid Board. Guest committee for bringing so This Sunday at 4 p.m. we The C Lord C's will be hereon
be at the
same place Tuesday
{ night speaker will be Mrs. WileneC. many patronsto share In our Elder L. V. Wilson, pastor will present our back to school the second Sunday in Oct.

is Robinson. You are invited fellowship dinner. A big thank Jo Ann Sweats, reporterOur fashion show at the James E, to render services at 3 p.m.
Prayer meeting every Choir No; 2 invites you to you to all the members and state annual Mission Scott Community Center, 6306
Thursday night at the home of
I :Deacon George Washington. their 21st anniversary begin- friends who by their presence, ary meeting will be held Sun- NW 14th Ave. You are invitedto

Sister Willie M. Roberts Is ning Thursday night, Sept. 11 and support made this second day, 3 p.m. at the House of God come and bring your friends NEW COVENANTRev.
and will end Sunday at 3 p.m. annual dinner to this
fellowship
at home from the hospital and one in Wast Hollywood, Elder C.L. outstanding occasion.
I m Brother W. J, Pinkins is lathe Various choirs and groups long to be remembered Holt, is pastor.We Mrs. Gloria Davis and H. 0. Robinson,pastor
from
Osteopath Hospital. the community will be are still reminding you Mrs. Roena Livingston,chair- Betty Hill, reporterThe

present that our revival meeting Is man and co-chairman of our pastor and his wife left

CHRIST still in process. 21st church anniversary to be Sunday for the National Bap-

MT. OLIVETTE You are invited to come out climaxed in November. tist Convention. All serviceswill

ZION HOPERev Canon T. R.Gibson,rector and worship with us at 1290 go .on as usual with Rev.

Rev. G.W.Warren,pastorN. Antoinette Silva,reporter NW 69th St. MILLROCK S. Watson In charge.Consecration .
Paul Freeman, pastor J.. Lawrence, reporter Canon and Mrs. Gibson services will

''I Bessie Williams, reporter, Sunday at 3 p.m. the Miami spent a week at Notre Dame Rev A.Jackson, pastorE. be held Friday at 8 p.m. with
) Tuesday night after prayer All Stars will celebrate their University attending the gen- LILY WHITE NEWS Jackson, reporterThe Bro. Leroy Hill In charge
I meeting Usher Board No. 2 9th anniversary with the Mt. eral church convention Canon pastor is asking all

and Choir No. 2 are sponsor- Olivette family Some of the Gibson was a delegate from All members were sadden members to meet him at
ing a program. The public is groups who will appear on pro- the Dtocese of South Florida last week to hear about the Bethel Baptist Church Sundayat JAMESRev.

invited to take part. gram are the C LordC's, Pilgrim Our visiting priest for the death of two of our members. 3 p.m., 268NW48thStRev. ..

I Friday night ,the Deacons, Jubilee's, Christian, morning service on August They were Mr. P. W. Grant, Walker Is the pastor. S. L. Gay pastor
Deaconesses and Trusteeypoard Voices and Greater New 31 was the Rev. Brown of St. general manager of 129 and On Tuesday night Rev L.S. Stewardess Board, No.3 will

are sponsoring a pro- Bethel of Opa-locka. We are Patrick's Church of West Mrs. Julie Blake,former con Smith and congregation will celebrate their
gram. AU members of these, asking all members and Palm Beach. ductor of the juniors of #190. render service at the church Sunday at 3 anniversary
boards along with' the publicis friends to please come out and Get well wishes are extended Our deepest sympathy to their from Holy Temple Church of is president.The p.m..Mrs. G.,Nathan -

asked to be present. give your best support. to Mrs. Ella Mae Cam- families. God and Christ. September having
bridge, Charles Petty and Happy birthday to Mrs. are -
On Tuesday, Sept. 15 we are sales and parties
having church conference.The Clarence Bethal. Ossie Bee. Get well wishes to BROWNSVILLE this month. throughout

., ST. MARY'S pastor is asking all officers everyone. BAPTIST The women have selectedthe
and members to be present There will be no meeting Rev. F. L. Johnson, pastor fifth

,t Rev. ,H. V. Stuart; pastorA. -. NEW HOPERev. Saturday for the 129 Juniors. Elizabeth Wright, reporter their Women's Sunday in Day.Novemberas -

E.McCray,reporter Juanita McCloud, reporter. There will boa dinner and
NEW BETHELRev.
.4 f I The Sunday School Supt. H. C. Samuels,pastor --- pie sale at the home of Sis.
: Invites you to attend'our promotion Nettie M. Clark 2925 NW 63
Ernest Williams, pastor Patricia Gowen, reporterThe THANK YOU
exercises on Sunday, Alice Harris, reporter No. 1 Ushers' Board MT.CALVARYRev. St. Saturday, sponsored by the
Sept. 14 at 930 a.m. On Sun. There will be a Soul Straw will celebrate their anniversary No. 1 Choir. This Is to express my -

day,Sept.21 at 11 a.m.the Twilight Ride Saturday, sponsored by beginning Friday night and S. Atchison, pastor to the manyfriendsand appreciation

4 Club will celebrate their Sis. Louise Meadows and Sis. terminate Sunday at 3 p.m. Phyllis Beal, reporter BIBLE CHURCH OF GOD neighbors who were, so
43rd anniversary by worshipping Lllllon( Burrow In behalf of Rev. A. Randall will deliverthe On the fourth Sunday In this thoughtful to me In the midstof

with St. Mary's. women's day. Donation is 50$.; anniversary sermon on month we will observe Men's Bishop E. E. Rahming, pastor my Illness. Special thanks
Let's not forget women's to behalf of women's day, Sunday.A Day. All men are asked to participate Shirley Cooper, reporter to the Palm Springs General

day on Sept. 28, the speaker you are invited to attend a tea cake raffle will be heldat in all activities. Sunday Is Missionary day. Hospital, Hialeah, Fla. Dr. M.
for ,the morning will' be Mrs. at the home of Mrs.Kelly, 6504 the home of Mother Geneva There will be a tea at the In place of our regular service Sierra and staff and the friends
Ruth North' Polite.. Members' NW 14th Ct. Sunday, Sept. 14 Harper, 1484 NW 60th St.Sat- home of Mrs. Mary Kelly 6504 there will,be an appreciationIn of 69th Street.

please see your class leader at 2 p.m., sponsored by Mrs. urday at 8 p.m., In behalf of NW 14th Ct. Sunday, at 3 p.m. behalf of Missionary

with 10U1..ass ssments., Rose Harris, and Mrs..Kelly. the No. 1 Ushers' Board. The public is invited. Dorothy Cooper at 3 ,p.m. Mrs. Rosa Lee Rolle




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I I Samuelettes To Premiere I r '." :til' "" '" "'" mi L:1 :
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"The Love Of God" \.

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The premiere presentationof _
Mr. _
Adolphus will be Fie
pre-
Love Of God,"a musi-
senting his own choral "
group,
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I cal drama written and com- the Samuelettes, in the rendition -
posed entirely by Mr. Samuel of this musical, Sunday, r J1t
Adolphus of Miami is slatedfor September 14, at the Miami
Sunday. Mr. Adolphus was Northwestern Senior High

'. > : "i.w. School auditorium at4:30p.m.The ..
.., .,' Samuelettes consistsof a1 .rqw
Christian NI R M.A
young people who
will endeavor to portray to
the public, the love of God for
mankind as expressed in the
words and music of Mr.Adol- Airman Earl Washingtonhas
Plus completed basic trainingat

The members of the Samue- Lackland, AFB, Texas, and
lettes are working for the has been assigned to Fort Lee, ;::.::; ; I If
cause of furthering Christian- Virginia to receive trainingas -' ; '4
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,ity within this community. a culinary technician. Earlis _
The Samuelettes made an a 1967 graduate of Miami
appearance last August at the Northwestern and attended
Black Arts Festival held in Miami-Dade Jr.College.He is
Bayfront Park Auditorium the son of Mr.and Mrs.Roose-

also have successfully cut velt Washington Jr.residing at ......"..-.... ...-....."'-
-. ....-..-.- their first record album. 1915 NW 42nd Street. ..
Miss Cassandra Hanna, a Barbara Smith (right) President B-CC Chorale is shown with Patricia
MR. SAMUEL ADOLPHUS
"Lord Count" leading music teacher in our filiai! '4\1-' .\\t>_ J:, Glass, freshman contralto from Southwest, High School, Miami and Albert

I Dade school system, will be Dixonfreshman tenor from Middleton High School, Tampa.The choir has already I.
known in past years on the na- featured guest artist, per-
tional and international sceneof forming three classical piano begun rehearsal for a 196970 lengthy ,concert tour. Thomas D. Demps,

music as Lord Count.WOMEN'S selections. Director, said, "more than S4 students are competing for voice scholarships."

DAY CHRISTIAN SCIENCEThe f fr fs

Sacred Heart African Or- subject heard of the Bible sta-radio 40 Volunteers To Work In Poverty Areas I
thodox Women cordially invite program, over
tion WMBM at 1:45 p.m. Is
you to attend theirfirstannual "What Strengthens Mar- Spokesmen for the Economic ficials felt that many of the couples. The workers are
Women's Day'celebration on riage?" Opportunity Program, problems of the nation's poor given a living allowance and
Sunday morning, Sept. 14, at Visitors are always welcome Inc., announced placement this In urban and rural areas couldbe paid $50 a month, which the
9:30 a.m. at temporary place at Fifth Church of Christ week of 40 VISTA volunteers helped by committed young government keeps until they
of worship, Rahmings Me- Scientist 1600 NW 54th St. throughout Dade County. The Americans.A have completed their year'stour
,
morial Chapel, 5235 NW 7th volunteers will be working in of duty

Ave. the following areas; Liberty spokesman for the VISTA
Speaker for the morning will --.- City, Brownsville, Edison- office said that volunteers
be Mrs. Roslyn Clark of Carol COMMUNITY BAPTIST Little River, Culmer,Coconut have already begun to organize
,City. Rev. B. L. Mack, pastor Sgt. Willie C. Burns Jr.for- Grove, South Miami, Perrineand tutoring programs. "In addi-
Rev. Msgr.D.Anthony,rec- Robbie Dailey, reporter merly a resident of Jackson- Homestead.The tion, they will be organizing
tor, Mrs. J. Anthony and Mrs. Rev. and Sis. Mack and Sis. ville, Fla. but who now residesin volunteers, most of buying clubs, helping welfare
Owens Leol a McCoy left Sunday to. Miami will return to the
I. co-chairmen. whom are college graduatesand recipients to understandJtheir
attend the National Baptist states In September. in their early twenties are rights and helping the area
Convention in Kansas City, Sgt. Burns who is the son of from as far North as Massa- people to design and execute
ANNIVERSARY Mo. Rev. Thomas will be in Mr. and Mrs. Willie Burns Sr. chusetts and as far West as programs for economic de ROOMOUTFITS
charge of services during the of Miami, has been stationedin "
The Senior Twilight Sewing California.The velopment.
Seoul, Korea. His family Is
Circle will celebrate its 43rd pastor's absence. VISTAS have found
looking forward to,his return. The Dade includes
A County group -
anniversary Sunday, Sept. 21 housing in the target areas,
at St. Mary's Wesleyn Metho- Cfyisfmas; In ",' and they will live there for four architects, ,fourteachers '
and five married
dist Church, 4798 NW 8th Ave SOUTH DADE NEWS one year.
,
at the 11 a.m. service. After AugustYes VISTA (Volunteers In Ser- -- Your Credit Is Good

the service, an anniversarydinner it was Christmas in Robert Thomas is leavingfor vice To America) was createdas WE CABBY OUR
will be served at the August for Sp4 Daniel Foulkes, Tennesee A&I, he would, a domestic counter-part tothe W OWN ACCOUNTS
residence of Mrs. Olivia Gai- son of Miss Doris Foulkes of like to say farewell to Elward Peace Corps. Federal of-- SPACIOUS DRESSER CHIS

, tor, 1828 NW 67th Street. 2346 NW 74th Street. Williams in South MiamiHos- .......................'.1* OR BOOKCASE! HEAD
Mrs. Willie Mae Pinder Is As he arrived from Viet pital.Mrs. GO TO CHURCH IMERSOIllUVKIOh BOARD.LAMPS rfn0W5.OPA BED 240UDOM'ANO
president, Marie Pearson is nam, finding a Christmas tree Thelma Groover is MATCHING CHAIR IN'CMOKl'
home from the hospital. She SUNDAY Of COLORS.STEP TABLES
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Rev. J. W. Everson, pastor ner joyed wit h all the trimmings.Sp4 Now Under New Management I
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"28 THE MIAMI,TIMES, Friday, =S'Ptdinb..ll19&9 _ .16

Panthers 19 y rlh'

Miami; Dade 0 "

> "MY The Skylake Panthers won
their first exhibition game
H over a good Miami Dade team
TIME"f.v by the score of 19 to 0.
The Panthers' scored earlyin '
the second half on a blocked -
PHIL DIXON
punt by Roland Sands at

- - -.,...,.,1w.yao- the Miami Dade 30 yard line 9 ,.
where be recovered and ran
For some reasons'I at lot of parents are instructing their in for the score.
children in hate. It seems it is still necessary to have the au- Sands scored the Panthers -
thorities around in order for children to get an education. For next touch down on a 35 yard! f
some reason Fve seen very little or no conflicts between the quarterback keeper.
boys and girls of different races, where they were permittedto Elvis Peacock scored the ,
work out their problems without a lot of adult guidance. A last Panther touchdown on a
lot of adults are still living in the dark ages, where there is nifty screen pass from quart-
no equalization of man; but our children have gotten around to erback Sands that covered 38
accepting everybody on his own merits regardless to race, yards.
creed, religion, color or 0jJl5!!!: If we adults cannot come up The defense, led by Willie
with a better idea, I wish we would let our children go ahead Watkin, Willie McCoy, Al--
and work out their problems.The phonso Clayton and John Free-
local baseball picture came to sweet close with only man held the Miami Dade team w'I
one bad smear on the victory. The Marlins won the Florida scoreless.The .
State League Championship; but Bill Durney,Jr.,who has been panthers extend to the I? ,
<
with the team since its:beginning,lost his Job. :Nobody is giving community an invitation to
the full details as to wbybuteverybody believes the front their next open house, Wed- ma Y

r office could have waited until after play-offs. My congratsto nesday, Sept. 17 at 7:30 p.m. 1'-" 111._...... .,,,",, ,
Woody Smith and his chages for a Job well done. at the Little Rock Baptist
The Dolphins finally ran into a team that was more dis- Church on the corner of 93rd Selling Sunshine -. King's Inn Assistant Superintendent of Service, Wil
organized than they. With the season Just a week away the St. and 23rd Avenue NW.
check
fred Adderly (far left) shown receiving $50.00 first prize for monthly
Dolphins finally found a patsy. From my observations, Tm
still under the impression that there is still a need for back Bellman Sunshine Sweepstakes from Charles Schlakman, Managing Partner.
field break away threat. Mercury Morris is still a potential B Second prize of $30.00 i s awarded to Bellman Wilfred Rolle by Personnel Director
,j I, even though he has had a miserable pre-season; however, I'd Oswald Archer. Not present for picture is third prize $20.00 winner,
like to inform the Dolphin coaches that there are a few pretty hY Bellman Paddy Storr. Each month three deserving bell staff members best
good running backs and flankers still around camp with ex-
0 y the standards of reliability ability friendliness
,
cellent speed. Instead of trying to make corner backs or kickoff exemplifying highest courtesy,
and punt returners out of the Negroes,why not give them a punctuality and other similar attributes receive, these awards. In: addition
"good" try at running backs, flankers and safeties as well? the bellman who achieves the highest score over a 12 month period receives
One or two plays or a series of downs is not a "good" try at $250.00 as a Bahamas sunshine bonus.
earning a Job. Unless the players. Decide to retify the situa-
tion, I look for another so-so year from the Dolphins.If .
the Jamboree was any indication of things to come in South MIAMI NORTHWESTERN SENIOR HIGH FOOTBALL SCHEDULE SpeCIOBUS
Florida prep football, Fm all for it. The rain held back some
of the crowd; but those who went really saw the possibility of Sept. 19 :Coral Gables Orange Bowl For FAMU
real exciting football 1969. Sept. 26 Central jr. College
Tom "Mr. Clean" Washington recently added a new service Oct. 2 Carol City Jr. College
and a new pick-up a delivery location for his many friends and J Oct. 10 HialeabMiami Hialeah Stadium Students
customers. Tom, another young man that will become one of Oct. 17 Springs Hialeah Stadium Attention! FAMU freshmen.
Miami's towers of power and success recently purchased a Oct. 24 Edison Jr. College and new students, the Greyhound -
truck for home pick-up and delivery in the Liberty City area; Nov.lNov. Killian Central Staidum bus company has a spec-
also he opened a pick-up and delivery office at 4410 NW 17th 8 Curley Hialeah Staldum sal bus for Saturday, Sept. 20
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Ave. So along with the main plant on NW 62nd and 14th Ave. I Nov. 20 Coral ParkJackson Jr. College for all FAMU freshmen and
and the downtown office on NW 7th St.and 2nd Ave. Tom adds I Nov. 26 Orange Bowl new students.
... convenience. My congrats "Mr. Clean."
Quick notes: Now everyone will get a chance to see how well
George Mira has learned.Lots a luck as an eagle George. Bobby FOR M
Mitchell retires as an active player. Age did what defensive
backs have been attempting for 11 years.Here come the Mets. SCHOO
The Cubs are not in yet as national league east champs yet. PLAY
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Your- Dog 1 i I I AIR FORCE VETERAN MAKES TOP POLICE OFFICER | I


Clarence Dickson might Officer Dickson is one of 75-
And YouBY never have become a City of black officers on the 675-man
t Miami policeman if he hadn't force and he,talked about why
been sitting on that bus bench he likes police work while the
9 VINCE COOPER before dawn one morning waiting City of Miami's "Operation
I .;' ,
r to to work the to
go Badge, program recruit
"When I was dischargedfrom more black officers, is
Heading this column last must not be
exercised heavy the Air Force, I had moving successfully into its
week, we left off when a good after her fifth week of preg-
L gotten a Job as an orderly at second year."Police .
stud bad been selected and female nancy and the pups are grow- t
a hospital here in town. I was work comes very
is now In whelp.To ing at a very fast rate. "
making about $60 a week, close to social work, Officer
achieve the best possible Let's assume that her sixty _
Officer Dickson recalled. Dickson said. "Today you
pups the female should be three days are almost up,prepare "I got up one morning to go search for the cause of crime.
wormed before she is three her box
whelping sevento to work, it was about 5 a.m. The philosophy is changing to
weeks in whelp. The ten days in advance r'i
purpose and
and I was sitting on the bench the point where you can give
is to the make it at least 1
here prevent puppies 1/2 times
waiting for the bus.It was kind the sick persons-the criminal -
that she will have from having her length, twelve inches high of dark. the proper treatment..
worms. (As they can kill a pup and on the inside of the box six Officer
is
"And a police car came by The pay good,
at three or four weeks). inches above the bottom nail
and the officer asked me whatI Dickson said (Starting salary
The ,next step is strips of 1" x 6" boards all
changingher
the street is for
was doing out on today $7,236 per year a
diet slightly. She shouldbe around to form a ledge. Your and he asked :me if I had any rookie officer). But "job sat-
given vitamins, minerals'' purpose here is to guard against identification Officer Dick- isfaction" also is equally Im-
and a basic meat diet. Also her laying on her pups and los- son said. portant, he feels.
included in this is calcium ing several. Fill the box with He chuckled over a cup of "You're doing something

phosphate powder and cannedor shredded paper on a smooth, coffee in the police commis- useful. A policeman has an opportunity -
powdered milk. A good diet washable bottom. Do not use sary as he thought of that to assist more peo-
is as follows: too much shredded paper as morning. With him was Officer ple in one day than most do in,*'
1/3 dry dog food; 2/3 raw your puphave a hard time finding Art Anderson, his white part an entire lifetime," he said.
or slightly cooked meat (cal mama. After,this is taken
ner. Together, they patrol He recalled one incident
cium powder, vitamins, milk care of all you do now is wait Miami police officer Clarence Dickson, right, Liberty City. several years ago when he was

can be added in proportion to and watch closely. and his partner, Officer Art Anderson, get ready for He admitted he first felt resentment directing traffic on Flagler

dogs size) feed twice a dayas Next week: More of the another day patrolling the city. Officer Dickson is a when the officer Street. Officer Dickson noticed
much as can be eaten in whelping female. nine-year-veteran who finds great satisfaction in questioned him. an elderly woman sobbing

five or ten minutes. Call info and questions to helping people. Miami-Metro Dept. of Publicityand "But I must say this, the while waiting at a bus stop.
Now that her diet is okay, Coopers Canine service 691- officer did approach me in a Someone had stolen her
let's go on to exercise. She 2643. Tourism photo. good manner and after a few purse, along with her money

minutes, we began chatting. I and identification cards, she
told him where I worked and told Officer Dickson. Ques-
he asked if Fd like consider tioning her gently, he retraced -
becoming a police officer," her steps- and found her

said Officer Dickson. purse, money intact, sand-
"What YOU CAN'T Dickson liked what he heard, wiched between some clothingon
:I went down to Mia mi Civil Ser- a store shelf where she
companywill vice_at Dinner Key, filled out had misplaced It.
the application and later took Another time, couple from
the civil service examina- Switzerland became parted in

tfao :: chanDOBETTER THAN tion. Shortly after, he Joinedthe the busy downtown traffic for
force. several hours. Each ran up to

to lll This was nine years ago and Officer Dickson, pouring out
today the 35-year-old father their frenzied story. Somehow -
abilities of two Is glad he Joined the he got the pair together
department. again.
.
ft- Such is a day in the life of
Miami police Officer Clarence
feIIIftftTMYEL Dickson, a far,different world
WWIWE 4UHI/J from that of the hospital or- "*

... derly he once was.
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As near to you ,..os your can contact Miami police -
telephone. Give us a eoll.
WE DELIVER. 734-3 5 W. Lt. Leroy Smith or Ted
6105 NW 7th Avenu Nichols, assistant to City
Chos. C. North, Manager Manager M. L. Reese, at 377-
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FORT RICHARD C.JACKSON: JAKE MC tHEE

Manager of Miami Edison CenterManager of Norristown, Pa.Firestone Manager of the Brook A Broadway YOUR NEIGHBORHOOD PRESCRIPTION STORE
Firestone Store. Willie had four Store. "Rich" started with Firestone Firestone Store in Louisville, Ky
promotions in two years in his progression II years ago and since April 1964, Jake started with Firestone in June 8690 NW 22 Ave 691-3741
to store manager. Willie has progressed from brake ,mechsnic1963'O and held venous positions in .
fon'growth helps Firestone grow through several,511eal'O stores prior to his Store '/ ""__ .;MMwiiM ttpMMeMMiiiB; >"'
other stores prior to his appointment Manager appointment June 1, 1969.
as Store Manager in 1967. His propJake's. rapid advancement contributes -
ress}is an example of the opportunities to Firestone's rapid growth.
at Firestone.
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30 THE MIAMI TIMES, Friday, September 12, 1569\ ._________________M M m mm m m at....


CLASSIFIED ADS SOCIAL WHEATLEYARTAND CLUB I

I' Let Your Boy
The Phyllis Wheatley Art I
20 WORDS OR LESS 200.) 100 FOR EACH ADDITIONAL ..VORD. and Social club met Mondayat I

DEADLINE FOR CLASSIFIED ADS TUESDAY 6 P. M. the home of Mrs. Livingston HISOWNBUSINESS
...--.& -- ... Adderley, 6730 NW 13th OPERATE
Avenue. The meeting was the I
FOR SALE FOR RENT
PENNYRICHNEW
Initial meeting of the season
Modern fish and poultry market Furnished private room, bath OPPORTUNITY and was Interesting and informative -
3644 Grand Ave.Coconut Own cooking facilities $20 Five women or husband and Mrs. Alice Jones, ;
Grove. Doing very good busi week. One woman only. Call wife teams needed to sell fabulous a member had as her guests He started
ich brassiere. I can get
ness. Excellent location. 8 after 7:30 p.m. 696-0590. Penny the club, Mrs. Luther Martin, "
years lease. Price. $10,000cash Earn as much as you want. Sr. and Mrs. Esther Smith of t
or good teiv| fc>r' responsible Room is nice home with Spare time or full time. New Atlanta, Ga. I. for onlySjJ1
person all 443- working lady to share with car, retirement plan,and pro- Mrs. Adderly was a delightful I
1445 evenings 443T725., same. 691-3201. fit sharing when qualified. hostess and served a delicious "
758-2764. repast enjoyed by all.

EMERGENCY I 'J! '3 bedroom house. Call PL 4- The next meeting will be at the I fit ii -

CBS-DUPLEX-CBS' 2857. L.KING home of Mrs.Josephine Bak- i. piJ ,_JJn-e .
5204 N. Miami Avenue
Coast Guard owner, trans Room.Settled or man or wo- er.Mrs.. Wilhemina Sands, ; IN YOUR OWN NEIGHBORHOOD EACH WEEK
ferred to Texas man. All. privileges in nice General I president and M. I. Daniels, 1
Irs EASYI ITS FUN!
2 large bedrooms, each side, home. 6210428. reporter. -

air conditioned, utility rooms, Hauling Hire's how
built-in kitchen. Ideal for 2 Room for single male. Age ,I ...
families that want to live together 21-30. Call after 5. 693-0261 1401 N.W. Help Wanted First you buy 11 copies ,of the Miami Times for

or can rent one side 51st Terrace TRUCK TIRESERVICEMEN 99$. Sell them for 15$ a piece. You make 66$
for $135 to $150 per month. 1 bedroom furnished apart NEEDED
"e' Terrific buy. This won't last. ment. Duplex. Adults only. Phone Good starting salary. Paid I profit., With this profit plus your original 99** In*

Be the first to see it and you $116 month plus deposit. Ref- 6963698BANK vacation. Hospitalization vestment, you buy 22 more Miami Times. Repeat

will buy it. Originally asking erence nee d e d. Located at insurance, life Insurance.. this process until you are Jelling 50 or more .'
$22,500, but will now sell for 1237, NW 77th Terrace after 'I
Apply When selling 50 Miami Times,
$19,500. $6,000 down and only 5 p.m. at: papers. you are
one mortgage at 6%. See it today REPOSSESSIONS Firestone you will make $3.00 profit for yourself each week.
and call: 1 bedroom apartment rent. Truck Tire Center
1967 Cadillac Sedan 3440 NW 29th Avenuean
Weeks Weeks Broker Furnished. evening at 5
& Open
CALL WRITE OR OUR OFFICE
VISIT
754-8881 p.m. to 9p.m.8445NW15Ave. Deville [ equal opportunity employer ,

1965 Chevy Impala 6530 NW 15th AVENUE OX ,1-0421 !
Equal Opportunity Area FOR RENT
Homes 1 bedroom CBS apartment$20. Super Sport .uauuIMIaUHelpWanted

From$12,650 2 bedroom house $28 19,65 Bonnevi He Pontiac
FHA mortgage commitments 2 bedroom duplex $32 .
available. These will move Deposit required 1966 Galaxie 500 Ford
fast. Action' wanted. Call WEST REALTY

Irene, Associate 945-0494. 2020 NW 62nd St. (open 10-12)) Come in or Call:

BERLOW REINSFIELD Mr. Duffie at:. PART OR FULL TIMEMUST
REALTORS Furnished room 633-2336. PAN AMERICAN i
1140 NE 163rdStreef Industrial 01
945-4308 Clean furnished room with all Bank of Miami WORLD AIRWAYSThe ( BE 18 OR OVER) I

modern conviences including 6013 NW 7th Avenue
2 Story Frame cooking. Men only. Call 754- Cashiers Hostesses
3 bedroom bath 1452. $59-4321 World's Most
421 NW 44th Street ExptrfoncfdAlrlina
$650 down, $121 pays all.FHA 1 bedroom $25 per week down.. $500 DOWN FHA NOW HIRING Cooks Utility HelpWaitresses r
No closing cost. $14,200 total 1851 NW 1st Ct. Call eveningsOX 1062 NW 39th Street
price,with stove and refriger- 1-7964. (Sept. 19)) Nice 2 bedroom CBS.Peril y STEWARDESSESTo Waiters '
r,. ator. Call Mr. Richard, 444- Furnished. Nice porch. ;
9435. Greater Miami Realty, Hurry this will sell J fast. Fly All GOOD DEAL FOR 6
444-6133. (Sept. 19) CHILDCARE Six Continents
FOR SALE JR. COLLEGE STUDENTS
'
Owner will take mortgage The best of childcare in my HOME AND INCOME Must be single{ minimum I
FRAME DUPLEX home. 634-4231. 35 NW 41st Street 20. Height S 3" to 5'9R. EXPERIENCE DESIRED
Weight 105 to 140 lb.. Good
222''NW 56th Street Front house, 2 bedroom, health. Good vision. Must
2 bedroom, 1 bath and 1 bed- Baby and childcare found at CBS. Rear house,2 bedroom be high school graduate. BUT NOT NECESSARYAPPLY
room, 1 bath.. $105 pays all, 1225 NW 55th Street. Mrs. B. frame. $85 mo. income. Knowledge of a foreign
$1,000 down $9,000 total. Robinson, call 7514708.KINDERGARTEN language.
Call Mr. Richard 444-9435 $3,000 Down $5500 Total MIAMI INTERVIEWS
Greater Miami Realty 1430 NW 41st Street Tuesday, Sept. 16 : I
444-6133 NURSERY 1 bedroom, CBS, big lot. Wednesday, Sect. 17
"' (Sept. 19) Free pick-up and delivery.For No qualifying. Payments For Interview appointment DOBBS HOUSES
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only $26 month.ALLAPATTAH .
Information, call 758- per
f Travel Crib, infant carrier, 2472. REALTY PAN AM 637-2778 9 A.M.5 P. M.
!
,I playpen, scale, Jumper,potty- S19)).. Realtors A 4 Imil BpMrtumtfmiltyer MIAMI INTERNATIONAL AIRPORT

I I',, chair, some clothing. Fair 633.0426 A Plan for Progress CONCOURSE #4
condition reasonable Childcare in home Company
cash. my your
1881 NW 19th Avenue. child will have the best of care
in my home. Mrs. Anderson

ONLY $900 DOWN FHA 759-8335. Indef.) C&E Fish & Poultry ,THE WORLD BOOK, ENCYCLOPEDIA'S
No closing costs. bedrooms,
2 baths South of 95th St.House HELP WANTED: (formerly Springer's) COMPLETE EDUCATIONAL PLAN ;
Just painted inside and out.
Beauty advisers to sell cos-
Large corner lot. Garage.
2031
NW 1th
Nice metics. Earn as much as you AVENUE
neighborhood. All
J Pam Am Realty 642-2934 like at your convenience. Call TELEPHONE: 374-9651. parents
691-9392 or 751-7449. Monday Thursday 8 a.m. to 7 p.m. want their children
'. CBS 3 bedroom 1 bath. Tile (Dec. 31)) Friday Saturday 8, a.m. to 9 p.m.

roof, hardwood floor, awning, Woman -school girl care for Clara H in son, Owner to. do well.
air
conditioner. FHA $600,
.down $113 month. Atlantic & my five year old.SaturdayandSunday.

Pacific Realtors 666-0411. 759-6026.. Your home or mine. Your Childs' Success

I '. :FHA $1,000 down. No closing
costs. East of expressway. 2 FEMALE. Experienced full 4WuntedHandyman In SchoolWILL
'r bedroom CBS, large 50x140. time cook. Also part time
fenced yard..Tubin Realtors, baker. Miami Edison Junior
10033 NW 7th Ave. Ph: 758- High, cafeteria. 6100 NW 2nd' HELP DETERMINE HIS

44291: Avenue LIFETIME EARNINGS .

'," FHA Young lady to live on, keep Any special advantages your child receives must
Modern bedrooms and 2 bath house. Room and board,small ,be provided by you-and you alone. What'.duca-
,
I ...." tional reference materials do you have to help da
': ,i: townhouse, all-conditioned, salary. 635-7141. START 125.00 'WEEK your lob?
$850 down, $106 mo. Drive by
954 NW 24th Ave. Fort. Lau- Licensed beautician full or THE WORLD BOOK ENCYCLOPEDIA
derdale, then call 15644304.CHILDCARE: part time for shadowlarn. MUST HAVE OWN
Call 757-9335 or 759-9142. CHILDCRAFT-The How and Why Library

Mrs.! Clarke TRANSPORTATION &. TOOLS THE CYCLO-TEACHER Learning Aid

) MALE THE WORLD BOOK DICTIONARYTHE
,JUANFTA'S DAY CARE Electrician helper. Operator
FLORIDA ,WORLD
REALTY BOOK ATLAS
CENTER for trash compactor.Load and
Pick up and delivery service. unload trucks. Men for small .regardlessofichlldr.n's
ages
w For further information call electrical appliances, appliance '

r OX 12350. (Sept. 19)) repair female, also painter Phone 358-1020 FREE DEMONSTRATION NO OBLIGATION


Childcare ,ln my. ,home, days. Clothing sorters Call 751-8414
633-2840. Apply 200 S. Miami Avenue
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or .
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license Free Accounting And Financial mwm, : ''- it : fi wft,4 4<


r 1 '; ,, f-

Counsel Offered Ghetto BusinessesFree at s


accounting and finan- In addition to aiding the en- performing satisfactorily and
cial management counsells trepreneur in bookkeeping and the business able to carry on
being offered to new and strug- accounting procedures, the alone or ,retain professional
gling small businesses In depressed NAA advisors will assist on assistance, the volunteer ad-
areas under a new such problems as costs,pric- visor will withdraw.
program of the National As- ing, credit andproflt estimates Several other NAA chapters
sociation of Accountants. The basic objective is have started organizing their
Using a plan tested sucess- to teach the new businessmanhow committees and services are
fully over the past year by to perform these func- expected to be available in ftl --
the Washington Chapter of the tions, not to do the detail work many areas of the country '
association, the 69,000mem. for him. When the project is within two or three months.
ber organization has sent its
235 other domestic chaptersan
operating guide for estab-

committees.lishing socioeconomic Volunteer advi-aid Univ.' Of Miami And Fla.

sors are drawn from the management -

financial accountants executives among and other the Memorial To Swap ClassesThe

members.
University of Miami's Dr. McKenry said this
Inspired by the results of the .. ., ..
-'-'-- -
Center for Urban Studies and
Washington ex per Ie n c e,an inter-campus cooperation
Florida Memorial College will ..
member has made
NAA anonymous contribution an of begin this week a cooperativecourse be expanded to include other AKA's To Host Neighborhood Meeting

$100,000 to assist the national program in business disciplines based upon the ex-
organization In planning, administering administration, according toa perience gained with the eco- Local sorors of Gamma Zeta Omega Chapter of Alpha Kappa Alpha Soro-
and promoting the joint announcement by the rity, under the leadership of Mrs. Rose Stewart, Basileus, will serve as hos-
program. No direct financialaid two schools. nomics courses and the"suitabiUty" tess for the forthcoming neighborhood meeting that will be held in Miami on

to the small businessmanis of a specific subject October 4 from 8:00 until 6:00
: a.m. p.m. The beautiful DuPont Plaza Hotel
involved, but all services The program will open with area for such a program. on
will be provided without com- classes In economics at the Other programs, includingsome Biscayne Boulevard has been selected as the site for the occasion.

pensation for approved appli- junior year level when theUM to be conducted on the Hundreds of sorors throughout the south Atlantic region are expected to

cants. day.fall term begins this Thurs FMC campus, are in the plan attend this annual event for Alpha Kappa Alpha Women of which the theme is:
Special arrangements have ning stage.
been made with public and private "AKA's Continuing Commitment: 7 Targets Program

agencies for referralsto About 20 Florida Memorial Prof. Kenneth Huenink, assistant Soror Marion P. Allen, Basileus-Elect and chairman of the Neighborhood

the NAA chapters which College students will attend to Dr. Royal W. Pur-' meeting for 1969, along with committee members, have planned an Informative
elect to participate.The agencies regularly scheduled classeson year, president of Florida Me- well-organized agenda for the day. ,
Include the Small Business the UM main campus.They morial College, and FMC co-
Administration, the Office will be enrolled as full-time ordinator of the joint program, Pictured above are, seated: Rose Stewart, Dr. Larzette Hale, Ada De-

of Minority Enterprise of students at Florida Memorial, noted that cooperative pro- Veaux, Marion P. Allen. Standing: Connie i Sutton, Pauline Austin, Carolyn
the U. S. Department of Com- and will receive FMC credits grams such as this one can Young, Lila Cobb and Jeanette Fiernerson.
merce, the Inter-racial council and grades for their work at capitalize on the resources
for Business Opportunity, UM of each campus. The arrange-
the Black Economic Union,the ment, he pointed out, permits ___
Urban Coalition, and the Law- Dr. Carl E. B. McKenry, Florida Memorial to offer upper IrLt1 l :vp
yers' Committee for Civil Jr., director of the Center for division selections for aS
}
Rights Under Law, Chapterswill Urban Studies, said the Center which there is Insufficient 4 t d tF g..
also work with local organizations will underwrite the transportation mand to justify the hiring of
such as Chambers costs of the project additional faculty.

/, of Commerce and local gov- through Ford Foundation
ernments. funds. The cooperative program is

NAA president, GrantU... i. coordinated at,.the Center for
out that while Urban Studies by Harry Lewis,
Meyers, points He indicated that "the collaborated student in the'
many of the applicants will will a predoctoral
program expand -
School of Education and form-
come from minority groups, the horizons of many of
of
there erly associate director a
is no racial orientationto the students, and as such will Adult Edu-
national Migrant
the program. He notes that
aid in the economic develop-
cation Project funded by the
about
half of
the cases handledin
of One
ment the
with'white community. U. S. Department of Health,
Washington were
of the major concerns of the
businessmen despite the high Center for Urban Studies is Education and Welfare.

Negro population of that city. the utilization of all resourcesIn
Florida Memorial, a four- Ag
Wherever there
,are pocketsof the community to solve
poverty in the country, Mr. some of the urban problems. year college originally founded -
to provide a higher education
Meyers commented, th er e is Economic development or its
an opportunity to alleviate the lack, is one of these problems for black students, mov-
ed to Miami from St.
Augustine -
problem and aid the local and
We have simply taken the ini-
about two years .Someof
national economy bvheloineto tial steps to fill a need.. and
establish successful small its graduates are now studyIng -
"
much remains to be done.
businesses. with marked success at UM
--- as candidates for advanced degrees -

.

AUTO INSURANCE ..,, Greater Miami's first Summer Arts Festival received official recognition,

Low' Premium Rates ;, ;... \ NORTHWESTERN PTA as well as the plaudits and congratulations from community leaders. Dade I

Low Monthly Payments 'J"" County Commissioner Earl.M. Starnes presented a proclamation to Marie Carl,

Immediate SR-22 Filings '-1""f Miami Northwestern Senior director of the Miami office of Economic Opportunity! Program, Inc, proclaiming J
OFFICE HOURS. I High School will hold its'first "
the
Labor Day holidays as a "Summer Arts Festival Weekend. The EOPI
Mon. Thru Frl. 9:30-7iOO( j..V monthly PTA meeting in the
Sat. 9,30:4:00 .. school auditorium Monday, and the Greater Miami Coalition co-sponsored the Aug.30-Sept. 1 festival, in

BROWN REALTY & INSURANCE AGENCY September 15. which talented Miami youngsters and musical groups from the Bahamas and I

4740 NW 7th.Avenue We are asking all students, Jamaica presented musical offerings and art shows on the grounds of the Cityof

754-0655 parents, faculty members to Miami's Bayfront Park and in the auditorium and ba dshell. The City of
please be present. Business of
Importance.Mrs. Miami and Dade County officials cooperated to make the program a success.

Thelma Downs,president Miami-Metro Dept. of Publicity & Tourism photo. *,

and Mr. Samuel Cohen is
Do you have a mortgageon principal.Is -

Primary rCf Offers Adulth Education ProgramFree I
house?
your American Red Cross home
All 836-0012 or Mrs. Vera
-
Your Luck Crossed Up? nursing course of instruction
free enrollment at the English cen
Then your family should be protected Can't Hold Mon.y?Are You ,for a higher paying- 235 NW 3rd Ave. 350- will start Friday at 7:30 p.m. I
? Can't Get Work?
Sick
against the possibility of your .. self-improvement! Enroll now. 4,
not being around to complete the a. Can't Hold a Job? Can't
payments. We can provide that Hold Friends ? Family
"
family security with our Mortgage Problems? Can't Overcome Enroll right now
Cancellation Plan. If something ,
should happen to you it guaran- {. Enemies? basic education
tees the cash to pay your mortgage ( Com ...this gifted woman ing, handwriting, CARL r0N REALTY
in full.Or our plan can be used to of God with 'all your problem dies, government, p e 1 1 'yAfa
establish a permanent addition to ( *. Prayer chanae
your life insurance when-the mort- thing.. God can do anythingbut hygiene, Primary'C' NW T9TH ST g BROKERS
gage is paid off. For all the details e r fall.No appointment. nomics, arithmetic,' It No Answer:
contact me: cessary. family health, and 't
MOTHER SMITH and related subjects., 693-4772 aAt 759-6500
Phone: 691-2976
Edward E. K. Lonpsworth 2311 NW 82nd Street CLOSED DURING
Neil R. Corey General Agency :. /.. Jgh& These classes will
Miami Fla.
201 S.W. 27th Avenue C1 (Open for.engag.m.nts, ) every Monday- HEBREW NEW YE 'A R
Miami. Florida 33135 Life Insurance farther inform t1on and
((5 19) Saturday Sunday, Sept; 12 and 13'YHA
Telephone: 642-7241 Mr. Franklin Clark,
ity school director


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30 THE MIAMI TIMES, Friday, September 12, 19I. .________________.._____.._..
mmmwmmmmmmmmm.............

CLASSIFIED ADS SOCIAL WHEATLEY CLUB ART AND 1

Let Your Boy
The Phyllis Wheatley Art I
20 WORDS OR LESS $2.00. 100 FOR EACH ADDITIONAL .VORD. and Social club met Mondayat !

DEADLINE FOR CLASSIFIED ADS TUESDAY 6 P. M. the home of Mrs. Livings- ; OPERATE HIS
'------ .--_. ton Adderley, 6730 NW 13th
Avenue The meeting was the
FOR SALE FOR RENT PENNYRICHNEW initial meeting of the season OWN BUSINESS

Modern fish and poultry market Furnished private room, bath OPPORTUNITY and was interesting and informative -
3644 Grand Ave.Coconut Own cooking facilities $20 Five women or husband and Mrs. Alice Jones,
Grove. Doing very good busI- week. One woman only. Call wife teams needed to sell fabulous a member had as her gueststhe He started
FftfA
brassiere. can get
ness. Excellent location. 8 after 7:30 p.m. 696-0590. Pennyrich club, Mrs. Luther Martin,
Earn as much as you want. Smith of ,
years lease. Price $10,000 Sr. and Mrs. Esther
cash or good terms for responsible Room in a nice home with Spare time or full time. New Atlanta, Ga. for only
person.Call 443- working lady to share with car, retirement plan,and pro Mrs. Adderly was a delightful -
1445 evenings 443-7725., same. 691-3201. fit sharing when qualified hostess and served a delicious -
'7582764.L.KING. repast enjoyed by all.

EMERGENCY I I I ICBSDUPLEXCBS 3 bedroom house. Call PL 4- The next meeting will be at the SJ(! fk nit"IN
2857. home of Mrs.Josephine Bak- 'DPb __,
5204 N. Miami Avenue
Coast Guard owner, trans- Room. Settled or man or wo- er.Mrs.. Wilhemina Sands, YOUR OWN NEIGHBORHOOD EACH WEEK
ferred to Texas man. All. privileges in'nice General I president and M. I. Daniels, 'I
IT'S EASYI IT'S FUNI!
2 large bedrooms, each side, home. 621-0428. reporter. -

air conditioned, utility rooms, Hauling Hera's how
built-in kitchen. Ideal for 2 Room for single male. Age ,I ....
Wanted
Help
families that want to live together 2130. Call after 5. 693-0261 1401 N.W. First you buy 11 copies of the Miami Times for

or can rent one side 51st Terrace TRUCK TIRESERVICEMEN 99$. Sell them for 15$ a piece. You make 66, '
for $135 to $150 per month. 1 bedroom furnished apartment NEEDED
(f Terrific buy. This won't last. .- Duplex. Adults only. Phone Good starting salary. Paid I profit., With this profit plus your original 99$ in*

Be the first to see it and you $116 month plus deposit. Ref- 6963698BANK vacation. Hospitalization vestme, you buy 22 more Miami Times. Repeat

will buy It. Originally asking erence needed Located at insurance, life Insurance this process until you are Selling 50 or more ,
$22,500, but will now sell for 1237, NW 77th Terrace after
I When are selling 50 Miami Times,
Apply at: papers. you
$19,500. $6,000 down and only 5 p.m.
one mortgage at 6%. See it today REPOSSESSIONS Firestone I you will make $3.00 profit for yourself each week.
and call: 1 bedroom apartment for rent. Truck Tire Center
1967 Cadillac Sedan 3440 NW 29th Avenuean
Weeks Weeks Broker at 5
& Furnished.
Open evening
CALL WRITE OR VISIT OUR OFFICE
754-8881 p.m. to 9pm8445NW15Ave.; Deville : equal opportunity employer ,

1965 Chevy Impala 6530 NW 15th AVENUE OX 1-0421 '
Equal Opportunity Area FOR RENT I
Homes 1 bedroom CBS apartment$20 Super Sport ; ..........................
From$12,650 2 bedroom house $28 1965
Bonnevi He Pontiac
FHA mortgage commitments 2 bedroom duplex $32 .
available. These will move Deposit required 1966 Galaxie 500 Ford WantedPART
fast. Action' wanted. Call WEST REALTY Help

Irene, Associate 945-0494. 2020 NW 62nd St. (open 10-12)) Come in or Call:

BERLOW REALTORS-REINSFIELD Furnished 633-2336. Mr. Duffie at:, OR FULL TIMEMUST
PAN AMERICAN
1140 NE 163rdStreet National 'Industrial
( BE 18 OR OVER)
Bank of Miami
945-4308 Clean furnished room with all WORLD AIRWAYS
modern conviences including 6013 NW 7th Avenue
2 Story Frame cooking. Men only. Call 754- Cashiers Hostesses
3bedroomIbath 1452. $$59-4321 The, World's Most
421 NW 44th Street Experienced Airline
$650 down, $121 pays all.FHA 1 bedroom $25 per week down. I $500 DOWN FHA NOW HIRINGSTEWARDESSES Cooks Utility HelpWaitresses
No closing cost. $14,200 total 1851 NW 1st Ct. Call evenings 1062 NW 39th Street
price,with stove and refrlgert. OX 1-7964. (Sept. 19) Nice'( 2 bedroom CBS. Partly Waiters
ator. Call Mr., Richard, 444- lurniihed. Nice porch.
9435. Greater Miami Realty, Hurry this will sell fast, To Fly All GOOD DEAL FOR
444-6133. (Sept. 19) CHILDCARE Six Continents
FOR SALE JR. COLLEGE STUDENTS

Owner will take mortgage The best of childcare in my HOME AND INCOME Must be single minimum /
FRAME DUPLEX home. 634-4231. 35 NW 41st Street 20. Height 5r3" to 5'9ft. EXPERIENCE DESIRED
Weight 105 to 140 Ibc. Good
222 NW 56th Street Front house, 2 bedroom, health. Good vision Mutt
2 bedroom, 1 bath and 1 bed- Baby and childcare found at CBS. Rear home,2 bedroom be high school graduate BUT NOT NECESSARYAPPLY
room, 1 bath. $105 pays all, 1225 NW 55th Street. Mrs. B. frame. $85 mo. income. Knowledge of a foreign
$1,000 down $9,000 total. Robinson, call 7514708.KINDERGARTEN language.MIAMIIHTERVIEWS.
Call Mr. Richard 444-9435 $3,000 Down $5500 Total
Greater Miami Realty 1430 NW 41st Street Tuesday, Sept. 16 :
444-6133 NURSERY 1 bedroom, CBS, big lot. Wednesday, ieot. 11
(Sept. 19) Free pick-up and delivery. No qualifying. Payments For Interview appointment DOBBS HOUSES
For information, call 758- only $26 per month.ALLAPATTAH Cull
PAN AM 6372778An
Travel Crib, infant carrier, 2472. 9 A.M.-5 P. M.
REALTY
playpen, scale, Jumper,potty- (S19).. Realtors liuil OpMrtumtEnsltyet MIAMI INTERNATIONAL AIRPORT
chair, some clothing. Fair 633.0426 A Plan for Progress CONCOURSE #4
condition, reasonable, cash. Childcare in my home, your Company
1681 NW 19th Avenue. child will have the best of care
in my home Mrs. Anderson

ONLY $900 DOWN FHA 759-8335. Indef.) C&E Fish; & Poultry THE WORLD BOOK: ENCYCLOPEDIA'S
No closing costs. 3 bedrooms,
2 baths, South of 95th St.House HELP WANTED (formerly Springer's) COMPLETE EDUCATIONAL PLAN
Just painted inside and out.
Beauty advisers to sell cos-
Large lot.
corner Garage.
Nice neighborhood. metics. Earn as much as you 2091 NW 7th AVENUE All
Pam Am Realty 642-2934 like at your convenience. Call TELEPHONE: 374-9651 parents

691-9392 or 7517449.Dec.. Monday Thursday 8 a.m. to 7 p.m. want their children
CBS 3 bedroom 1 bath. Tile ( 31) Friday Saturday 8,a.m. to 9 p.m.

roof, hardwood floor, awning, to do well. .
Clara H in son OwnerHel ,
air conditioner. FHA $600, Woman or school girl care for ,
down $113 month. Atlantic Si my five year old.Saturday and 1
Pacific Realtors 666-0411. Sunday. Your home or mine.
..7596026. Your Childs' Success .; '

: :FHA $1,000 down. No closing
costs. East of expressway. 2 FEMALE Experienced full In SchoolWILL
I. bedroom'CBS, large 50x140 ft. time cook. Also part time pWandeHandyman

fenced ,yard.,Tubin Realtors, baker. Miami Edison Junior,
10035 NW 7th Ave. Ph: 758- High,cafeteria. 6100 NW 2nd HELP DETERMINE HIS

4429. Avenue. LIFETIME EARNINGS .

FHA Young: lady to live on, keep Any tpeelal advantage your child receives must
3bcdroomSand2bath house. Room and board small be provided by you--and you alone. What'educa-
,.. ,Modern tlonal reference materials do you have to help do j
townhouse, airconditloned, salary.. 635-7141. START 125.00 WEEK your lob?
$850 down, $106 mo. Drive by
954 NW 24th Ave. Fort. Lau- Licensed beautician full or, THE WORLD BOOK ENCYCLOPEDIA
derdale, then call 15644304.CHILDCARE: part time for shadowlarn area. MUST HAVE OWN
Call 757-9335 or 759-9142. CHILDCRAFT-The How and Why Library R

+Mrs. Clarke TRANSPORTATION ,&' TOOLS' THE CYCLO-TEACHER Learning Aid

MALE THE WORLD BOOK DICTIONARY ;
,JUANFTA'S DAY CARE. Electrician helper..Operator 4 k
FLORIDA THE ,WORLD
REALTY BOOK ATLAS
CENTER for trash compactor.Load and I
Pick up and delivery service. unload trucks. Men for small a combination for every family 1
For further information call electrical appliances, appliance -: regardless of children' agesFREE I

I ;i 1 OX 1-2350. (Sept. 19) repair female, also painter. Phone 358-1020 DEMONSTRATION NO OBLIGATION

Childcare .in my. ,borne, days, Clothing sorters Call 751-8414
633-2840. Apply 200 S. Miami Avenue,
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'license Free Accounting And financial *(tJ) (



Counsel Offered Ghetto BusinessesFree


accounting and finan- In addition to aiding the en- performing satisfactorily and
cial management counsel is trepreneur in bookkeeping the business able to carry on
being offered to new and strug- accounting procedures, the alone or Detain professional
gling small businesses in de- NAA advisors will assist on assistance, the volunteer ad-
pressed areas under a new such problems as costs,pric- visor will withdraw.
program of the National As- ing, credit and profit esti Several other NAA chapters
sociation of Accountants. mates. The basic objective is have started organizing their W t rF
Using a plan tested sucess- to teach the new businessmanhow committees and services are
fully over the past year by to perform these func- expected to be available in
the Washington Chapter of the tions, not to do the detail work many areas of the country
association, the 69,000-mem,. for him. When the project is within two or three months.
ber organization has sent its
235 other domestic chaptersan
operating guide for estab-

lishing committees.so c i 0 Volunteer- economic advi-aid Univ.' Of Miami And Fla. \

sors are drawn from the man

agement accountants and other Memorial To Swap ClassesThe
financial executives among the t
members.

Inspired by the results of the University of Miami's Dr. McKenry said this ..._...,.......-.-...... -... --
Washington experience Center for Urban Studies and inter-campus cooperation wil
member has made Florida Memorial College will
NAA anonymous contribution an of begin this week a cooperativecourse be expanded to include other AKA's To Host Neighborhood Meeting

$100,000 to assist the national program in business disciplines based upon the experience -
organization in planning, ad- administration, according toa gained with the eco- Local sorors of Gamma Zeta Omega Chapter of Alpha Kappa Alpha Soro-
ministering and promoting the joint announcement by the rity, under the leadership of Mrs. Rose Stewart, Basileus, will serve as hos-

,program. No direct financialaid two schools. nomics courses and the"suit- tess for the forthcoming neighborhood meeting that will be held in Miami on

to the small businessmanis ability" of a specific subject October 4 from 8:00 a.m. until 6:00 p.m. The beautiful DuPont Plaza Hotel on
involved, but all services The program will open with area for such a program.
will be provided without com- classes in economics at the Other programs, includingsome Biscayne Boulevard has been selected as the site for the occasion.

pensation for approved appli- junior year level when theUM to be conducted on the Hundreds of sorors throughout the south Atlantic region are expected to

cants. fall term begins this Thurs- FMC campus, are in the plan- attend this annual event for Alpha Kappa Alpha Women of which the theme is:
day.
Special arrangements have ning stage.
been made with public and private "AKA's Continuing Commitment: 7 Targets Program'i'Soror

agencies for referralsto About 20 Florida Memorial Prof. Kenneth Huenink, assistant Marion P. Allen, Basileus-Elect and chairman of the Neighborhood

the NAA chapters which College students will attend to Dr. Royal W. Pur- meeting for 1969, along with committee members, have planned an informative,
elect to participate.The agen- regularly scheduled classeson year, president of Florida Me- well-organized agenda for the day.
cies include the Small Busi- the UM main campus.They morial College, and FMC co-
ness Administration, the Of- will be enrolled as full-time ordinator of the Joint program, Pictured above are, seated: Rose Stewart, Dr. Larzette Hale, Ada De-

fice of Minority Enterprise of students at Florida Memorial, noted that cooperative pro- Veaux, Marion P. Allen. Standing: Connie i Sutton, Pauline Austin, Carolyn

the U. S. Department of Com- and will receive FMC credits grams such as this one can Young, Li la Cobb and Jeanette Fiernerson.
merce, the Inter-racial coun- and grades for their work at capitalize on the resourcesof

cil for Business Opportunity, UM, each campus. The arrange-
the Black Economic Union,the ment, he pointed out, permits .- --
Urban Coalition, and the Law- Dr. Carl E. B. McKenry, Florida Memorial to offer upper -
!
irir 1I' wi,
yers' Committee for Civil Jr., director of the Center for division selections for icji
Rights Under Law. Chapterswill Urban Studies, said the Center which there Is insufficient demand -
also work with local organizations will underwrite the transportation to Justify the hiring of >

such as Chambersof costs of the project additional faculty. I

Commerce, and local gov- through Ford Foundation
,ernments. funds. The cooperative program is

NAA president, GrantU.. I coordinated at,the Center for
Meyers, points out that while He indicated that "the col- Urban Studies by Harry Lewis, ill
a predoctoral student in the
many of the applicants will laborated will
program expand -
School of Education and form-
, coma from minority groups, the horizons of many of
Ihere erly associate director of a
is no racial orientation
the students, and as such will
; ,to the program. He notes that aid in the economic national Migrant Adult Edu- a
develop 1t t 1
cation Project funded by the i ,
I" about half of the cases handled f
ment of the community. One 3t
U. S. Department of Health,
, in Washington were w1tl white
.' of the major concerns of the
businessmen despite the high Education and Welfare.
Center for Urban Studies is
Negro population of that city. the utilization of all resources a
Wherever there ,are pocketsof in the community to solve Florida Memorial, a four- 't F Jt. ? Y M
poverty in the country, Mr. some of the urban problems. year college originally found- 01h
ed to provide a higher education
Meyers commented, there Is Economic development or Its
an to alleviate the for black students, mov-
opportunity
lack, is one of these problems.
ed to Miami fromSt.Augustine -
problem and aid the local and
We have simply taken the ini-
..
about two Someof
years ago.
national economy bvheloinzto tial steps to fill need... and 4)s, .b a
establish successful small its graduates are now study-
much remains to be done..
businesses Ing with marked success atUM
as candidates for advanced degrees -

-.....-

AUTO INSURANCE Greater Miami's ,first Summer Arts Festival received official recognition,

Low Premium Rates b ;.. "J, NORTHWESTERN PTA as well as the plaudits ,and congratulations from community leaders. Dade I

Low Monthly Payments a, County Commissioner Earl,M.Starnes presented a proclamation to Marie Carl,

Immediate SR-22 Filings---f ; Miami Northwestern Senior director of the Miami office of Economic Opportunity!! Program, Inc ", proclaiming J
OFFICE HOURS; is High School will hold Its'first '
the LaborDay holidays as a "Summer Arts Festival Weekend. The EOPI'
Mon. Thru 9t30-700( ,
Fri "i'" monthly PTA meeting in the
Sat. 9,30-4.00, school auditorium Monday, and the Greater,Miami Coalition co-sponsored the Aug. 30-Sept. 1 festival, in

BROWN REALTY & INSURANCE AGENCY September 15. which talented Miami youngsters and musical groups from the Bahamas and I

4740 NW 7th,Avenue We are asking all students, Jamaica presented musical offerings and art shows on the grounds of the Cityof
754-0655 parents, faculty members to Miami's Bayfront Park and in the auditorium and bandshell. The City of
be Business of
please Importance.Mrs. present.. Miami and Dade County officials cooperated to make the 'program a success. ..,

Thelma Downs,president Miami-Metro Dept. of Publicity & Tourism photo. '

and Mr. Samuel Cohen.is
Do you have a mortgageon principal.

Primary 'C' Offers Adulth Education Program .
house? r
your American Red Cross home
Free All 836-0012 or Mrs. Vera
-
I Is Your Luck,Crossed Up? free enrollment at the English cen- nursing course of instructionwill

Then your family should be pro- ;? K Can't Hold Money?An You ,for a higher paying- 235 NW 3rd Ave. 350- start Friday at 7:30 p.m. I
tected against the possibility of your ; iw ; a< rw.: Sick? Can't Get Work? self-improvement! Enroll now. '-'
not being around to complete the Can't Hold a Job? Can't
payments. We can provide that Hold Friends ? Family
family security with our Mortgage Problems? Can't Overcome Enroll right now
Cancellation Plan. If something
should happen to you. it guaran-s Enemies? basic education
tees the cash to pay your mortgagein Com .ee this gifted woman ing, handwriting, CARLrON REALTY
full.Or our plan can be used to of God with all your probe dies, government, p e
establish a permanent addition to l.ms. Prayer chances hygiene Primary'C'
4
your life insurance whenthe mort- things. God can do anythingbut NW 79TH ST BROKERS
arithmetic
gage is paid off. For all the details, fall. No appointment ne- nomics, ,' *' r II He Answer
contact meEdward : I c.*.ary. family health and .J
693-4772 .
.
MOTHER U SMITH and related subjects., 759-6500
Phone: 691.2976
E.K. Longsworth 2311 NW 82nd StreetMiami will CLOSED DURING
classes
201 Neil S.R.W.Corey 27th General Avenue Agency ;: Ha JahB< (Open, for, Fla. ) every These Monday- HEBREW NEW YEAR'
engagements
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WELLER'S THURSDAY SEPT. 11 THRU SUNDAY SEPT. 14, 1969

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