The Miami times
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Title: The Miami times
Physical Description: Newspaper
Language: English
Publisher: The Magic Printery
Place of Publication: Miami Fla
Creation Date: October 3, 1969
Frequency: weekly
Subjects / Keywords: African Americans -- Newspapers -- Florida   ( lcsh )
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Spatial Coverage: United States -- Florida -- Dade -- Miami
Coordinates: 25.787676 x -80.224145 ( Place of Publication )
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).
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More than 60 members of Traz Powell, a member of
e Consecutive the Model City Recreation the task force was chief

Years Serving Task Force appeared before spokesman for the group. Mrs.
47 The Greater the Metro Commission meet- Eufala Frazier, representingthe
Miami Community ing on Wednesday morning and Hialeah Heights Civic
forced a halt to constructionon Group, and Mrs. Annie Love
the long promised four new from the James E. Scott Improvement -
Read Stanley Sweeting's pools in black areas. Association, also Yr ;t

r tribute to Judge Henry Ar spoke before the commission.The I
rington in hit column The residents have been
critical of the commission voted to 1 kR,
Miami, But It's My Town,
on page 7 design of the pools ever since stop construction immediately .
they discovered the diving pool and arrange a meeting with
TEMPORA MUTANTUR ET NOS MUTAMUR IN ILLISVol. was only 25' wide and the residents of the area to see

47, No. 6 MIAMI, FLORIDA, OCTOBER 3, 1969 PRICE: 15* swimming pool slanted from what modifications are neededto .
side to middle from 3'2' to satisfy the needs of the peo- '- -'--'-
4'6". ple concerned. TRAZ POWELL .

Final Rites Held For judgeNV

I H. LIBRARY, Campanella To Highlight "Employ

Henry ArrinqtoIh' Hlsr 'Ry

The DinnerJames

Funeral services for Miami Municipal Judge Henry H. Ar- Handicapped"
rington were held Zion -
Monday morning Mt. Baptist Church.
Anders QuentinNorth,
The popular 45-year-old jurist committed suicide In the Baseball hall of famer Roy ,
home of Dr.Edwin Shir ley last Friday morning, minutes beforeDr. Campanella will be the guest Alkin Hepburn and Billy Rolle.
Shirley was to commit him to a hospital for treatment. speaker next Thursday at the Tickets are priced at $6.50
and be obtained from
can any
Leaving Arrington seated In his living room,Dr.Shirley left CDuPont Plaza Hotel at the of the committee membersor
the house for less than five minutes. He returned to find his Eighth Annual wards Dinner at the office of The Miami
friend sprawled across his bed,a.38 calibre bullet In his right sponsored by the Employ the Times.
temple Handicapped Committee of
Dade County. Tragedy struck Roy late one
A r r In g ton had recently become despondent and distraughtover winter's night when his car
The the me is Salute to
business and financial matters.
skidded on a lonely Long Island
Achievement and will honorDade's
Hundreds of friends from near and far filled the church to road. He was lucky to escape
disabled who have conquered
hear Rev. Edward T.Graham deliver a masterful eulogy to the adversity and the em- with his life, but the verdictwas
young lawyer whose outgoing personality and warm friendliness that he would never walk
k ployers who have provided
made him a favorite with all who knew him. again. His career ended,
their opportunity.
nevertheless continuedto
Serving as pallbearers were John Dillard, Dr. John 0. Campy
JUDGE HENRY ARRINGTON Red Barber, who was the be a great Inspiration to
Brown, Atty.,Alcee Hastings, Atty Herb Klein,Archie Lang- kids (and adults) everywherewith
ford Dr. A. Patterson Lee and Stokes.
W. Shey Joseph "-, his unique ability to laugh

Honorary pallbearers were Miami City Commissioners, ROY CAMPANELLA off the misfortunes of life and
Dade County Commissioners, Franklin Federal Saving& Loan Firms Must Keep Files Guest Speaker to come back strong as ever.
Board, Frontiers of America,Housing and Urban Development
Board, Members of Bar, Omega Psi Phi Fraternity,and TigerBay Washington, Business firms Wilkes said In a statementthat broadcaster describing the He has a very successful
Club. will be ineligible for federal his office "strictly great days of Campanella in business in New York and,despite -
,Brooklyn,will introduce him.A being confined to a
written for achieveing r '' the regulation that
: Burial was In the Shady Grove Cemetery In Tampa. Grave- file plans en arc e I
local committee )has been wheelchair for the rest of his
sled 1 held thereat 30 The equal employment,a Labor stems irQm a 1968 executive
s 5
s e r v c e s were : p m Monday body :
.' ,formed to Insure agoodattendance days, he continues to make
to services at Zion Department official said. order forbidding racial discrimination
was flown Tampa after the ,Mt. Baptist.
at the himself available
on the Job under affair. Serving on to boys
Arrington came to Miami about 15 years ago from Washington Many contractors or sub- federal contracts.The the committee are Willis Mur- clubs, baseball clinics, and
D.C.,and entered private practice.He had worked with contractors do not have affirmative ray, Mrs. Eunice Liberty, organizations of one kind or
both the War Claims Commission and the Justice Department action program on file regulation requires Ignatius Carroll,Traz Powell, another,
In the nation's capital. when they are visited by com federal contractors and sub-
pliance Investigators," said contractors with 50 or more
In Mia ml, he served as an assistant state attorney for several John L. Wllked, recently ap- employes and federal con-
years. The Miami City Commission appointed him to the pointed director of the Officeof tracts of $50,000 or more to Bus Drivers Get
Municipal Court bench last year. Federal Contract Compliance keep such plans on file Wilkes

He Is survived by his widow, Geraldine; a son, Henry HI; a said.
doughter, Robin; his parents, Mr.and Mrs.Andrew Arring-
ton Sr., and three brothers, Andrew Jr., William and Robert.
Raise; BenefitsThe

If you want to vote in the

Metropolitan Dade Under the terms of the new
election Nov. 4
county-wide you County Transit AuthorityMTA agreement, the drivers will
( ) and the FraternalOrder receive a 40 cent per hour
have until Saturday, Oct. 4 to of Transit Employees Increase on Oct. 1, with the

reached agreement on a two- other 32 cents spread over the
register. year contract which calls fora second year. In addtion, MTA
X54, 72 cent per hour increasein agreed to give employees two
the base wage during the 24 additional paid holidays, twp:
month period. more paid sick leave days, a I
Court Refuses
Appeal The new contract which three per cent reduction In

went into effect on Oct. 1, will matching pension fund contri-
mean a fare Increase for Dade bution and a cost of living ad-

Bond For Willie Sims County bus riders, but when it justment on April 1, 1970. '
comes depends upon passen- At the beginning of the sec-
ger riding and other costs of ond year, the drivers will receive -
Ver Beach Appeal bond the court for an appeal bond operation."We another 16 cents Inbase
for Willie Sims, convicted In "not in excess of $25,000." are going to try and delay pay; another eight cents after
Broward Circuit court of assault Sims was convictedlnBro It as long as possible," six months and an additional "
with intent to commit I ward Aug. 21 and sentenced to said MTA Chairman Raymond I eight cents three months later.

rape was denied by the fourth 14 years and seven months In W. Butler, Jr., "and we are "Cost of living adjustments will
district court of appeal last jail. He is appealing the case. hopeful that the Increase will 1 be made every three months'In ..
Friday The Circuit Court denied 4 1 not come for a year" the second year. i

Sims' attorneys had asked bond on grounds that Sims has 4 i

in the past "demonstrated a

disrespect for law," the Deadline Is Saturday I
f severity of the sentence is ;
conducive to his fleeing from
Deadline for registration to as well as a plan for the fund-
the jurisdiction of the court
vote in the Nov. 4 county-wide Ing of Interama.
and third, the enviroment to
,election Is Saturday The Interama proposal
which Sims would return in I special ,
4 to Martin would allow the Dade
according County
Dade County "where bethinks
law enforcement authoritiesare OIC SUPERVISOR OF COUNSELING Braterman, Dade County Port Authority to levy a tax
I elections supervisor.. of up to one mill to provide for
prejudiced againstJiira, Opportunities Industrialization Center, Inc., (OIC) announces Initial construction at the Cultural -
is conducive to fleeing. the appointment of Miss Juanita F. Davis to Its staffas The special ballot will Include Center., .

An attorney for Sims, Calvin supervisor of counseling services. proposals on an amend- Freeholders will cast two
Mapp of Miami, contended Miss Davis is a native Miamian having attended the public ment to the state constitution, 'votes on the Interama propof'I
Sims has close family ties In schools of Dade County. She went to Florida A&M Universityat repeal of that portion of Dade sal--once.as a registeredvoter
lived Tallahassee where she a recipient of both the Bachelor I County's home rule charter
Dade and that he has under was and once as a free
the control of his mother Science degree in Business Education and M. S. degreein which requires public officials holder. In this manner, elec-
and father all his life so he Guidance and Counseling.She who refuse to waive Immunity tion officials willhavethevote '
would be available to the courtat Is a member of Delta Sigma Theta Sorority, Inc. and while under investigation
WILLIE SIMS, JR. all times Phi Beta Lambda Business fraternity. removed from public office. continued on page 31




2 THEMIAMI TIMES Friday, October 3, 1969

Expert Advises Whites Businessmen .

On Dealing With Black ActivistsThe

plaintive question Is hurts, you can't be very seri- who control Jobs and venture
hell with capital, "The
Increasing frequency ous so the you. conservative
heard with
as black militants Translated intodiractterms businessman Is far more wel-
Goldfarb's advice to come and trustedthen
demands upon the
press growing white businessmen businessmen reads this way: If powerless liberal who seeks
senior executive,you Brotherhood"
nation's cities you are a
in our
must supervise minority hir- To the community at
One challenging answer to large,
the question is provided by a ing and training practices Goldfarb advises: realize that
sS former associate director 0 f yourself to be sure that the the black man's fury is real-
and advancement op- whether you believe
the national Urban Coalition, guidance it justified
provide are or not and must be
writing In an October Reader'sDigest portunities you dealt with
N Let minority by blackand
article. Says hard-hit- meaningful. men who are
select their own representatives more Interested in
ings Robert Goldfarb,who now groups saving the
to meet with you, country than Inbeingproved
heads a firm helping corpora-
and hold discussionsafter right.
tions become more effective your ,
participants inlnner-citypro- hours In the ghetto, not What Is needed, the urban
at a midtown luncheon. And affairs expert contends,are
grams"What: blacks want Is to don't expect affection froma not "compromise" solutions,

bring the voice of the black black. man or Latin merely but "ultimate" sol u t1 0 n s to
community Into programs because you've "given him a urban problems.

which can effect permanent institutional chance." Unless they are found and
change. They want Finally, he says, realizethat our present course altered,he
white men to hear directly from for the foreseeable future predicts, "attacks on the white
those who live in the black "liberals" in the ghetto are man's suburbs and instititionsare
world's tenements workat its irrelevant. Minority members almost a certainty within
deadend jobs, attend its chaotic want to negotiate with those the near future."

schools. They want white

men to learn first-hand what
the black man's fury is all |
Whites must comprehend Funeral
Inevitable this means that
whites must often turn away
r from the "responsible" black
t leaders with whom they have Home

been dealing. Instead, they

must tough-minded learn to work activists with young who, 1732 All Baba Ave

frequently substitute abuse for
I flattery, demands for request,
fury for cooperation.
PHONES: 681-2451 6851893"A
Whites must comprehendwhat
is behind the fury,writes
Goldfarb. In effect,he says, sympathetic & dignified service"
black men are saying to them: Serving All ?ade County
"Let's find out If you've got a 1 24 Hours ,- 100) % Air ConditionedAlso

Brownsville Students Learn real commitment to improving listed in the'Miami City DirectoryFOR
conditions. If you get up and
I storm out because your ego

About Model CityYou (' I

couldn't have asked for del City project. level. Each child is given a
better timing. Mrs. Inez Wil- The purpose of CAPS Is"to title--Mayor, Commissioner, MODERATE RATES CALL
cox, public Relations Direc- get the children believe that etc. When the guest arrives,
tor for Brownsville Junior the world has something to he is not lecturing mere
High, had planned an Informative offer them." Many of the school students; he is speak BONDED
program for the studentson children's lives revolve ing with "fellow executives!I" .
the Model City project.The merely around their home The feeling of importance and .
Brownsville students are In and school, and they have responsibility each child feels
the area, but many of them little awareness of what Is gives him the confidence he RENTAL
knew very little about the project occuring in the community or needs to become involved and
Gordon Johnson, Direc- nation. CAPS also prepares actively participate.
tor of Model City, and Con- them "to acdept the oppor- CAPS enabled the childrenof

gressman Claude Pepper were tunities that are now afforded Brownsville Junior Highto erM'
the guest speakers. As they them." learn about the community.It tAl ,es V
spoke to the young people and has given the young peopleof
answered their questions, a With guest speakers like the Model City area Insightand
phone call came through. The Johnson and Pepper, the stu- understanding of the
official word from Washington dents get a chance to meet and totally new and exciting plans
: the Model City subsidy of shake hands with people whose for their neighborhood. It has
$9.6 million, had been approved actions so greatly Influence brought "Little HUD" to the L. L. BROOKS

all the visions and their future. And the children "Little People," our youth.
proposed plans just explainedby meet them on a "VIP to VIP" We are grataful. THE' LARGEST PRIVATE HOUSING RENTAL AND
Gordon Johnson to the MANAGEMENT; AGENCY IN
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youngsters were now to be realities. The Corteous AfricansOn IN DADE AND BROWARD COUNTIESA
The spontaneous involvement -
of the young peoplewas his return to the Vatican-fromanelght-day visit to East
a great thrill, and more Af r lea early in August, Pope Paul VI was e x u b e r ant in his Community Recreation Center for teenagers and adultsA
than Mrs. Wilcox had bargain praise of the "good, brave people of that land who showed Public Relations Department to assist you with your problems

ed for. themselves so courteous, so sensitive,," The Pontiff thus con Tenants concern will stop vandalism and reduce the cost of housing
firmed the oberservation of many other non-African visitors to
The informative session on that continent,black as well as white,who have been deeply
Model City was just a part" of impressed by the heartwarming courtesy of their black host. RENTS ARE DUE IN ADVANCEWE
a program call "CAPS, -- These Africans, the educated as well as the uneducated, abide
."Character and "Attendance by a code ofcourtesy "quite unthinkable In New York," Dr. W. SUGGEST THAT YCU PAY AT OFFICE, IN PERSON OR BY MAIL
Produce Success. The pro- .E. B. DuBois remarked upon return from his trip to Africa in
gram Is designed to Instill 1923. MAIN OFFICE

character and combine it with Some of this country's most vocal and ostentatious advocates ,
good school attendance.For of Africanism have disdained this aspect of their heritage, rejecting

the Model City Pro- it as a sign of weakness and enfeeblement of their man- 4150 NW 7th Avenue 759-8733

gram, Mrs Wllcoxasked hood. Instead,they have e m bra c e d European vulgarities,

gressman Pepper and Direc- flaunting them as symbols of emancipation.The Africans have 14255 NW 22nd Avenue, Opa-locka MU 8-0617
been readitionally respectful of their elders considerate -
tor Johnson to attend to familiarize 20348 South Dixie
the children with the of others, hospitable to strangers;in short, well-mannered Hwy, Cutler Ridge--CE 5-3553
Model City project. A slide people. No so with some of the youthful A f r i c a n-A m e r lean 605 NW 7th Terrace, Ft. Lauderdale JA 4-3357

presentation was given, and who, as the late Tom Mboya pointed out, are concerned only 3801 Grand Avenue, Grove HI 5-1381

the children were told how with the superficialities of African life,not with the culture of SUNWlstAve., Hallandale ._ WA 7-2434
their participation would make the people. In their Ignorance they have come to regard the 339 Hammondville
Model City a success. It was amenities as some diabolic invention of the"white mid RJ., Pompano WI 3-2434

explained that the money grant dle class," when, In truth, good manners are indigenous to
could only uplift the community Africa and tar more characteristic of our kinsmen In that land
physically;social and moral than of Europeans class.Civility they grievously confuse I HON. L. L. BROOKS, President ..
uplift is dependent upon the with servility and courage with coarseness, all in the name of GEORGE( P< HARTH General Manager
people of the area themselves. black culture.In CHARLES A. LOCKHART, Public Relations, Director
and f r e n e espousal of "black studies black
'Johnson Pepper per- their young "
If I
sonally encouraged the young- students would do well to include courses in African Courtesy. am to enjoy a better life, others must live better too." L. L. Crooks
sters to get involved in the Mo- This Is an area In which Africa has lessons to teach all of us.


THE MIAMI TIMES, Friday, October 3, 1969 3

n Hundreds Pay Last Respects To Judge Henry Arrington

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The family listens to moving eulogy delivered Procession leaving church. Dr. and Mrs.: Ralph Metro Mayor Chuck Hall, who gave remarks

I by Rev. Edward T.. Graham. Abernathy are in front center. on program, leaves. I

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VFW Ladies

Auxiliary MeetsThe Finest Photography

Ladies Auxiliary of
Post 5693 Lt. Melvin R.Jack- Available
son Jr. held their regular
meeting, Friday night, Sept. I
26th at the new post home,1881
All Baba Avenue, Opa-locka. ih
They were very delighted to J.
have past District PresidentW.
Anderson make her inspec-
tion tour. Many thanks to the
members that came out to this
wonderful meeting. :

Sister Louise Harrison was
Installed as a new member. H
Welcome to the auxiliary,Sis-
ter Harrison, we welcomemore
ladies to Join us.

September was "Gold Star : Johnson Of Miami
Mother" month. Tokens of r
appreciation were sent to Sis.
Melvin R. Jackson Sr.and Sis. The Miami Design Plaza will be dedicated Oct. 7 in ceremonies cohostedby
Margie Screens, Sr., the lat- Miami Design Association and the City of Miami at NE 40th Street
1186 NW Street
ter being recently honored" as '(shown) between First and Second Avenues. Highlighting the ceremony, the
a "Gold Star Mother. Ladies
don't forget Bingo-night(Fri- concept of Total Design in construction will be illustrated by a recently com-
day) at the V.A. Hospital at pleted beautification project along 40th Street, which was achieved through Phone 635-4748
7:30 p.m., Oct. 31, at 1201 NW cooperative efforts of businessmen, government and utility companies. --
16th Street. Miami-Metro Dept. of Publicity & Tourism Photo.

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4 '!THE MIAMI TIMES, Friday, October 3, 1969 "l

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H. E. SIGISMUND REEVES, Editor and Publisher ? _
GARTH C. REEVES, Managing Editor ,
National Advertising Representative T ?... WELL ...SO-LONG,
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Entered as Second Class Matter, August 8, 1927 at the Post '
Office at Miami, Florida, under the act of March 8, 1876 Aaso.oNRD

., a a o S NS
NEGRO PRESS believes that America can best lead
the world from racial and national antagonism when It accordsto
every man regardless of his race, creed or color his human .M a WA 1r
and legal rights Hating no man, fearing no man.the Negro '
Press strive to help every man In the firm b.lI.fthot all men
are hurt as long as anyone Is hid back.

Clean Your Own House First

There has been considerable changes of late In the Miami 1" I

Police Department aimed establishing better relations with
police officers and residents in the black community.Most of r
these have come about since our new chief,Bernard Gar mire, ::1/1 0t'
has come on the scene. The changes been good and we .,,,ok/'L
believe that a far better rapport has been established.But .

a situation has come to our a't ten t Ion that exists within
the department that is causing a great deal of hard feelings by
black officers toward their white counterparts.The issue came
out into the open last week when one of our r e a d e r s wrote a
letter to the editor about black police officers not being accepted '
for membership in the Miami Police Benevolent Associa .

tion, the Internal Security Department or Intelligence Squad.We ":! To Be Equal

placed a call to Sgt. Don Printz,president of the Police c'11Iq ; "
Benevolent Association, and he seemed quite pleased telling i : : by Whitney M. Young Jr.

us the reason no black officers were members of the PEA was By Booker T. Hayes \/ .. Executive Director National Urban League
because the constitution calls for caucausian males only. We
have not been able to find out why in more than 20 years no
blacks have been able to work their way up to Internal Securityor The Appeal Of DrugsIt Urban Transit Heeds

has always been my belief that the most effective methodof It seems strange that a nation that can transport men to the
But we do intend to find out. First from Chief Garmire, and tackling a problem is by being realistic in our approach.The moon can't get people to work on time in the cities. Public
then from members of the City Commission, three of whom official estimates of the number of people actively en- transportation is the lifetime of America's cities,but it's us-
are seeking reelection next month.In gaged in the use of drugs is grossly inaccurate to say the ually Inefficient and too expensive.Part .
least. The official figures are based on the number of known
a n u m b e r of major cities across the country there is arising users, but it fails to account for the people not known by the of the reason is the obsession with roadbuilding that'sgripped
: hostility between black and white policemen. Wedo not authorities. the country. Since World War H$50has been spent on
wish this situation to come into our police,department. But if roads for every $1 spent on mass transit. :
these undercurrents of racism are allowed to exist,these an- Drugs have become a part of the American scene. This One reason why roadbuilding has been so popular is that
tagonisms are bound to come to the surface sooner or later. statement can be verified by merely being aware of the activities there Is a limitless supply of federal funds for it. The federal
It's time we get our house in order. going on around us. We need only activate the senses government puts up 90 percent of the cost of highways, so it's
that enable us to see and smell to become acutely awake to difficult for cities and states to resist the temptation to build

Bad Days For Uncle TomOne the tremendous scope of drug abuse. Last week's Miami He- roads Just to get some of that bankroll.
rald contained an indepth report on the various facts and ru-
There's always plenty of cash around for highways because
would think that in this rapidly shifting racial conflict, mors concerning durgs and their use. It is part of a national they're financed by a trust fund made up of earmarked gasoline
Uncle Toms might long since have lost their bearings and run effort to Inform the public of a problem rapidly becoming epidemic taxes. So whether they're needed or not, highways are built.
in nature. However I don't believe actively engaged
screaming into th wings. anyone They're built through cities, destroying homes and neighbor-
in the of living can truthfully they are not
process say
They have been vilified as much as"the white middle class"and familiar with the growing acceptance of drugs and its users. hoods. They're built through the ghetto, evicting people who
their allegiances are no sooner made than broken. They can't find decent housing elsewhere.
are discredited and rejected by'the very whites to whom they I ,have skirted around the Issue because I feel experts are What a waste!
bind themselves and whatever rewards they get are dwarfedby better able to accurately Inform the public of the real dangers Good, cheap public transportation is needed to unlock
the heavy funding of more militant types. involved. I try to express opinions on situations that can easily the gates of the ghetto and stimulate inner-city business. Instead -
be substantiated by facts already established. My personal of piling up still more billions to create traffic Jams, aid
Blacks tolerate them and generally see them as irrelevant knowledge of the various drugs and their effects is limited, should go to city bus and subway lines.
hangers-on, certainly not leaders. but my philosophy concerning people enables me to befriend
them contact basis. friends in They need help to develop faster, more efficient serv ice. But
on a personal By accepting my
Conservative whites remember them when they need an example -
they also need subsidies to keep fares down.Several cities are
this manner, I have come to know people from all levels and
of a "responsible Negro, never when goodies are now considering fare raises, but higher fares hit the poor and
segments of society. Included maong these have been pushers,
passed out.
black hardest.In
and in its the ghetto-dweller .
users, experimenters with drugs various forms.
White liberals are apoplectic and denunciatory in their Strange as it may seem, these individuals have not been representative many places a short one-way ride costs 35 or 40 cents.
hatred of them. (Most blacks are Intrigued at this tendency of 'of a particular economic or social class withinour That means a man looking for work may have to spend nearlya
whites to prove their liberality at the expense of' a confused society. This Issignificant because it disproves the theory dollar and a couple of hours Just to get downtown. When poc-
black man). that drugs are chiefly a ghetto problem.feel it also accountsfor kets are empty, that bus ride becomes a major luxury.

Things have gotten so bad that it may soon become fashion- the Increasing concern on the part of public officials Too often the people charged with running transits systems

able to be kind to Uncle Tom. If so we'd like to begin by blast- It frightens me to see how little we learn from the history don't understand the relationship of cheap transportation and
ing the myth that in slavery and shortly after, "Tomming" many schools have made a requirement. It is documented in the economic health of the city. In New York, another city plan-
was the only way blacks could exist. That's just not so. Dur- facts, that ,the downfall of all the great empires of the past ning a fare raise, one executive said he wasn't worried about
ing slavery there were 202 recorded rebellions and nobody were made possible by the moral decay and disenchantmentof any drop in passengers because the system was down to a hard
knows how many unrecorded. the people. Somehow, I have gotten the Impression that core of riders who had no choice but to use public transportation. -

Since the Civil War blacks had been squabbling and fightingand we are traveling the same route that made possible the fall .
? of Rome. The moral attitude of our people seems to parallelthat
kicking and gouging so vigorously for rights, many white In other words; soak the poor They can't do anything but
folks have sick of the sound of the word. of the Romans prior to their Impending disaster. The
gotten holler and scrape up the extra fare. So what If the money
same conditions now prevalent within our society are vividly
We have in fact always had militants as well as Uncle Toms described in the parchments containing the details of Rome's comes from kid's clothing allowances or a family's food bill,

,( And In spite of the accusations of militants, Toms have rarely failure. The treacherous acts and relationships between its The system has to show a profit.

filled their pockets at our expense. citizens are becoming a way of life with our people. The sex Why? We don't expect police, health or sanitation depart-

They have neither been traitors for money nor traitors fora orgies attesting to the moral temperament of the people at ments to show a profit. They are considered basic social ser-
cause. They have rather been scared out of their wits, and that time have become an accepted practice within our so- vices whose budget comes out of general revenues. Everyonein
acting out of terror have given up their only thing of value- ciety, frowned on, but accepted. Our officials have createda the city benefits from such services,even if they never have
the safety of their brothers. feeling of distrust rather than a spirit of unity.It occasion to use them directly.

is that the Transportation is the same.Cheap public transportation may
my opinion drug problem !is directly related
The psychology of Uncle Tom is rather simple. White peo- show ink
with the red on the accounting books, but it brings more im-
standards of
changing our society. We often hear
ple have tried to control blacks by terror and Tom has been
the Is the best portant benefits. It can restore downtown areas to economic
phrase "experience teacher but
the most vulnerable. In the racial battle he is a casualty. His gained only by indulgence. We have made,experimentationthe experienceis health, reduce ghetto isolation, and bring the unemployed

courage and vigor and Independence and manhood are gone as basis by which all authority is judged. Through our explorations closer to Jobs, making them tax-producers Instead of tax-con
if shot
surely as they were away. sumers.
we have developed an adventurous motive in our
He is' an object of pity for most of us and may ulltmately people. They are forever reaching for the perch that will It's necessary to get transportation policy back on the right
be the greatest challenge of the black movement. For, however make them stand above the crowd. In the process, they will l track after years of neglect There ought Lobe a freeze on un-
l' self-destructive and dangerous he may be, he is one of take daring chances, flirt with danger constantly, and esta- needed highway construction and the billions saved spent to Im-
us_ a damaged one of us. And the black brotherhood will be blish a set of values no one could have given them. As always prove public transportation.

closely watched for the understanding and compassion brings there will be ,casualties, but I feel this is determinedby I Our failures In transportation are Just another indication of
to this wounded and unlikely brother. the basic personality of the individual Some will emerge how this affluent nation ignores public needs in favor of private
unharmed, but the others will become entangled in the web privileges. Low fares, new equipment, and experiments with
I William H. Grier of dependence and continue their search for a more isolated ghetto-to-factory public transport can help to revitalize cities
adventure. all for the cost of unwanted and unnecessary highways.



THE MIAMI TIMES, Friday, October 3, 1969 5


Black Profiles *
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1 From New York to Washington, D. C. for a prayer retreat
I to the Holyland is a way of life for Bishop Grace L. 'r RrPRESENTATWEJOSEPH RESNICK

1 Brown, founder and pastor of Grace Protestant Chapel in
r Brooklyn, New York. Bishop Brown is one black member of
J 1 the clergy who enjoys being a first to have honorary doctors' ; :i8
1 degrees conferred upon outstanding citizens at an annual 4 NAm f'% >

: testimonial dinners sponsored by St.Grace Protestant Chapel;

.j and the first to lead a group in a prayer retreat in the prayer
room of the Capitol Building in Washington.
; In keeping with the Educational / >

Program of her Church,
Bishop Brown andhercongre-
gation sponsor an Annual Testimonial -
M for a citizen worthy 'i ,
of receiving an Honorary Doc
tor's Degree, which is confer- I 4Bayard
red by the American Bible
College of Chicago Illinois i

and presented by Dr. Edward
Boyce President of the Man-
hattan Bible Institute of New
York. The prayer retreat was I

sponsored by the following 12 l
crusaders for Christ in May

1969: Rev. Qra C. Cypress, f
assistant pastor, Rev. Minnie
Hill spiritual mother. Deaconesses -

Margaret Lundy, Colene Parker and Willie Mae
J Carson, Deacon Martin Brown, husband of Bishop Brown.
Violet McLean, Dr. Charles Smith, Dr. Edith Scott'Dr. Lou
LuTour, and the Misses Gloria and Dedee Evans. Bishop Brown
and the 12 Crusaders are symbolic of Christ and his 12 Dis-

ciples. Their retreat prpgram included a dynamic talk by

Bishop Brown on "peace through love and prayer," followedby .J
a period of silence and songs of love. This was a wonderful -
experience. Noteworthy of mention Is the fact that Bishop
Brown and the Crusaders received a letter of praise from g [LETTERS TO THE EDITOR]

President Nixon about their prayerful efforts to bring about \

PEACE.Since early age Bishop Brown always wanted to serve man- Rustini i

kind spiritually. Before her ordination by Bishop John Coore of Black Summit Leadership Conference
New York, she had been a Crusader through her evangelistic

e work. And now, that she is pastor of St. Grace Protestant SpeaksThe In Orlando Oct. 11
C Chapel Bishop Brown Is always "up and doing" either in the I I

church, in the youth center with classes for adults as for Dear Editor:
.youth, and through her Individual services as counsellor ands

bishop. Violence Of Prejudice Thanking you for your cooperation and supportive servicesin
n I Her next spiritual retreat will take place In the Holyland In the past that you have shown me during the 'Voter's Regis-

February 1970, which she will be accompanied by her family, American colleges and universities are beginning the 1969- tration and Get Out To Vote Drives.;
It I members and friends of St.Grace Protestant Chapel Her family -. 70 school year with a degree of caution, and this is under- It is with this in mind, that remind you of the approaching
11 consists of her husband Deacon Martin Brown, and their twos Statewide election which Is ten months We must
standable since there was more violence on the campus last only away.
.daughters, Gracie Lee, and high school student and Winifred, year than at any time in this country's history. If It is true recognize and prepare ourselves with a certain degree of con-
d a student In the special education class P.S. 250, Brooklyn. in and the black candi-
that one must experience difficulties in order to learn some- tinuity supporting selecting potential
Bishop Brown is one member of the clergy who practices thing from them, then all of the parties involved in the recent dates.In .
principles of truth through love, prayer and unselfish service unprecedented activities should have learned a great deal and our analogy of the black in people in 1969 as It relates to
I 9 B to mankind. She feels that through regular prayer retreats. may now avoid repeating the errors of the past. registered voter's we have to be cognizant of the fact, that we
e I peace will soon become a reality. must accomplish and educate those blacks who are
Unfortunately, however, there are some who have learned 300,000
very little. A case In point is the situation that is currently eligible to vote, but are not registered to do so. The aforementioned -
developing at the City College of New York. Last Spring CCNY incities and urgency of an Invitation to you to attend -
I I PHIL OSSOFER I Ik was the scene of some of the worst campus violence in the na- a Black Summit Leadership Conference to be held Sat-

tion. In tie; midst of the conflict Dr. Buell G. Gallagher resigned urday, October 11 at the Hotel Sander, 619 W. Church Street,
as President and Dr. Joseph J. Copeland took over as Orlando. The meeting will commence promptly at 1 p.m.
Today I am writing about a have been neglected because acting president. Dr.Copelandwho was trained as a biologist: We have Invited the following people along with prominent

- highly technical subject which they believed the machinery and not as an administrator, never showed signs that he fully religious, civic, labor, civil rights, and NAACP officials:
d I do not fully understand yet I needed to make the conver- understood the complex political Issues confronting him. Priorto Mr. Edward McLaughlin, Southern Political Education Ac-

feel it Is important to tbringt sion was too complex to en- the opening of the present school year, he gave further tion Committee; Mr. Marvin Davies, State Field Secretary,
able It to be used commerci-
,It to the attention of my readers. evidence that he still does not understand them.In NAACP; Mr. Earl Davis, National Field Coordinator Commit
e Just recently, in the field of ally. Well, Gourdine has Invented an Interview with a campus newspaper, Dr. Copeland in tee on Political Education, AFL-CIO; Norman Hill, A. Philip
device which
a portable
d Electrogasdymanics (EGD) referring to Dr. Wilfred Cartey, a black professor of English Randolph Institute; Vernon Jordan, Southern Regional Coun-
will do that and it will
just revolutionize -
there has been a revolutionarydevice ,
said, "He's too goddam shiftless-and you can use that wordIn cil.
invented making possible the Industry which your story there shiftless." I do not know Dr. Cartey
'. the commercial use of other top scientists have apparently personally, nor am I familiar with the Issues which caused Clarence L. Edwards

y EGD In many areas Including bypassed. the acting president's displeasure, bui it Is clear that Dr.
insecticide spraying and air Mr. Gourdine has set up a Says Breastfeeding Is BestTo
Copeland was unwise in his choice of words. "Shiftless,
'. pollution control and offerings special company, Gourdine when It is applied to Negroes, Is part of the vocabulary of
greater efficiency and economy Coating Systems, Inc., with American racism. It Is a word that is drawn historically from
chemist Leo L. BromleyalsoBlack the Editor
d in theseareas.Personally, the period of slavery and psychologically from the dark back- :
its This Today the emqasls is on Blackness and naturalness the
) as president. natural -
I am too ignorant scientifically ;
corners of the mind where the humanity of individuals is de-
company will license others hair, the Afro clothes, the beauty of the dark skin. We
to understand the workings oft
,t nied. It Is a word so pregnant with racial overtones that it Is
this device which was Invented for the manufacture of their are no longer falling for a lot of g I m m Ie ks we don't need. We
: hard to believe that Dr. Copeland used it unthinkingly. Yet if
Invention. are not here to make money for other people but to decide for
Black scientist 39-
by a indeed he had not considered his remark this is all the
Meredith Gour- Some of the large companies ourselves how we want to live and what we think is Important.The .
year-old C.
indicative of the and
depth pervasiveness of his unconscious
black is to free himself from the white
dine, but I felt I must write which had ridiculed effortsto prejudices.This person starting
11 I create a commercial type of man's advertising except in one Important area.
about this outstanding accomplishment -
EGD sprayer are now sitting incident reveals two problems,one of them political, Why are our babies fed from bottles, "formula" inside?
J | because It Is proof the other moral. The Is that will have
political problem we no
that Black ingenuity is top qua- up and taking notice of this Why do we put them on nutritionally Inferior "baby food" at
Black scientist's. achieve peace on campus until we have administrators who can act two or three weeks? It's time for w 0 men of both races to return -
lity.Scientist ment. with intelligence and integrity under trying circumstances.Dr. to what's most natural of all-breastfeeding.
- Gourdine, previous Copeland acted without Intelligence and his unfortunate remark -
The moral of this story Is Of course, no one advertises the advantages of breastfeeding
to forming his own corns -
- may very well provoke another confrontation at CCNY because it wouldn't make for t b Even
I that Black Ingenuity can reach any money e m. pitifully
to market his amazing
parry this year. And there are other university administrators who
few emphasize that a mother's milk is the
the top In any field of endeavor. very
9 | Invention, was chief scientistfor call themselves liberals, whose actions have been guided by
Scientist Gourdine's accomplishments I healthiest food she can give her baby.Breastfeeding away
Curtiss-Wright Aeronau- that I guilt and fear rather than Integrity,and whohave consequently ,with all the chores and expense of bottle feeding. Practically
y tical Division.He is also for- there are no limitations prove where encouraged violence by refusing to take a firm stand against it. 4 every mother can breast feed.
_ mer Olympic track star. Campus violence will be inevitable as long as there are uni-
there is initiative, a strivingto Hundreds of young women here in Mia mi have breastfed successfully -
, For two centuries scientists versity administrators who do not understand the political
and would be haoov to discuss this wonderful
know more and faith that one
i have known that EGD, the for
prerequisites campus
peace. experience. Interested
succeed. Stories like this people or groups may callmeat
_ ,science of converting the kinetic which Incidentally is not The moral problem is far more profound and troubling, for 226-1863. Bonnie Kerness.MERCHANTS .
energy of a gas stream Into one, 'Dr. Copeland's remark underscores the persistence of racial
unusual In the annals of busi-
high voltage electricity, was a faith.I I prejudice In America. It is possible that such attitudes are
t ness should provide the WHO ADVERTISE IN THE
possibility. Its possibilities the reaction of
I changing. Certainly young people to the remark
- ([which as little as five years ago might have passed virtually MIAMI TIMES ARE TELLING YOU THEY
unnoticed by white students) reveals that these attitudes are INVITE YOUR PATRONAGE AND APPRE-

, Register Now! changing. Yet substantial white prejudice remains as a formof CIATE DOING BUSINESS WITH YOU. THEY
.f s p 1 r i t u a 1 violence committed against Negroes which is at
a least as destructive, as Immoral, and ultimately as much In ARE COURTEOUS AND DEPENDABLE.

Tae hooks are open violation of human dignity as the physical violence which it PLEASE PATRONIZE THEMI!
might provoke.



6 THE MIAMI TIMES, Friday, October 3, 1969 ",, ,;. .
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Miami Times Society Editor

PATIENCE Endeavor to be always patient of the faults and ; .I' .
imperfections of others, for thou has many faults and imperfections 'JIkW
of thy own that require a reciprocation of forbearance. rH
If thou art not able to make thyself that which thou wishest to 8
be, how canst thou expect to mould another In conformity to thy x

Thomas A. Kempis

Eleze Tynes Jetted to Nassau for the wedding of Maude De-
CEP Twins
Veaux and Mr. Seron Adams.
paw ...
Dennis Smith combined a vacation and physical check-up recently Evelyn Lyles Cooper halls received his B.A. His other 'J.""
A week at the Mayo Clinic and a tour of Minnesota, from Wildwood, Florida and schools include Case Instituteof ". '"
Wisconsin and Michigan. In Detroit, he was the guest of his attended Lake County Train- Science, Western University ,, ,1 ')>:
niece, Gwendolyn Smith. Ing School in Leesburg, Fla. and Mia m I.Dade Junior i ?' t / d1l'
:: ,, .' ;;" / !:!'
Mrs. Edna Mllledge Talmadge has returned from Jackson- Mrs. Cooper has lived in College.He 'it '. .1 (' '(. !t .t"
ville where she attended the funeral of her niece, Elizabeth Miami for more than 29 years at one time was the man- : /g t1 s. ,
Brown. and is now married to Robert ager for the Mary Elizabeth J + ," II;

Cooper. Her son, Edwin ODell, Hotel and once owned and ,,' '. .g f J.. t 41'f.H. ,I PIq,
In Miami to celebrate their first wedding anniversary were attends Miami-Dade Junior operated a retail beverage v t \ 't. ,,-I.oJ
Mr. and Mrs. Stephen (Irene Cooper) Coakley. College. company. He has sold real :\ '. .:f /1 F, 11 j 17\, .:ti'
She came to CEP from the estate and taught real estate bt1\ :' 'J' l* I j ..
Weekend visitors to Miami from the Bahamas' capital "
> { y.f .
DuPont Plaza where she worked law. Carlton is a member of :;j f. ; \. I
Spurgeon Bethel, Glenn Granger E. R. Hanna. ..,,. f. rj'.Ii ( I .. t aeagaget
as a waitress.For ten years Alpha Phi Alpha fraternity, ..'- _. "}.Ih"' itJ" ./\-", 'f, &" '-..,'" '..
Hazel Dean Terrell is a grandmother again. Her son, Ber- she was employed as super past president of the Fisk
nell and his wife, Alice have a darling baby girl, Jennifer visor of service at the Rivieria University NAACP, past ei a A Itltoutced I
Camille, 8 lb. 10 oz.Jennifer made her debut Sept. 22, at Bap- Country Club, and was pre chairman of the Greater
tist Hospital. viously in business with her Cleveland United Negro Col- Mr. and Mrs. Vernon Grayof is now teaching at Seton High,
former husband, the late Jack lege Fund and served three 1815 NW 89th Ter. wish to
Word has come to me of the death of Mr. Tollie Blue, Do- Baltimore, Md.
o Dell, at 0 Dell's Bar onNW years in the U.S. Army and announce the engagement of Mr. Roberson is a graduateof
than, Ala., uncle of Thomas W. Blue, who died Sept. 22.
Second Avenue.She Is now employed has citations from the Nether their daughter, Cassandrato Dunbar School, Baltimore.
Attending the Joing workshop of Florida Association of School in the CEP Community lands and U. S. government. Mr. Timothy Roberson of After completing his enlist
Librarians-Florida Audio Visual Association FloridaAs- Relations Office as an aide. Before coming to CEP, he Baltimore, Maryland.Miss ment duties with the U.S.Navy,
sociation of Educational Television were Mesdames G. R. Mrs. Cooper's hobbies are was employed by the Trojan Gray is a graduate of he has resumed his studies and

(Dorothy) Love, Scott Lake Elementary;,John (Edna) Starke, fishing, boating, and cooking Powder Company as a chem- St. Frances Academy, Baltimore is now a senior at Howard University
soul food and she is
Gladeview; William (Juanita) Stirrup, West Dunbar and Doris currently ist.Mack and received her B.S. Washington, D. C.
Thompson, A. L. Lewis, also Lillie Sanders, Holmes. In attendance learning to play golf. is the supervisor of degree in math from Barry A November) wedding Is
also was Laban Conner, coordinator for Dade County Mack Carlton, hails from PreVocational Training College, Miami Shores. She planned.
Library Services.On Cleveland, Ohio, born there which is a new promotion.Prior .
50 years ago, and still single.He to that Mr. Carlton was
Friday evening, Sept. 26, Saint Cecelia's Guild of Christ attended Fisk Universityin one of the first teachers in the
Episcopal Church hosted a miscellaneous shower honoring Nashville, Tenn., where he program. Mack is a quiet man Miami TimesAds Don't Cost
brides Mrs. James (Margaret Thompson) Newton and Mrs. dedicated to his work as a I
James (Leona Cooper) Baker at the homo of Rev. Canon and teacher. His hobbies are read They Pay

Mrs. T. R. Gibson.Mr. Miami Girl ing and fishing.

and Mrs. Harding Barrett, 421 NW 59th Terrace are
the parents of a boy, 6 ib:,., 7 3/4 oz. born Sept. 18, at Jack Is fWlKi@mmr.@rif@"tD1w.: : m.Mi.1M $ lfiitWi@mi I If.1
son Memorial Hospital.It's '

a Dade: The Urban League Guild of Greater Miami pre "Miss Voorhees"Denmark
sents its "Blue Hour and Night of Stars" at the EvergladesHotel
South Carolina -
Sunday, October 12. Ann Lindsey Packard is president. Miss Sandra Antoinette Taylor f.1 SPECIAL PURCHASE

Here from Manhattan to visit her mother, Mrs. Mae Mon senior history major from
roe Is Thelm.i Lewis. Miami, received the crown and
coveted title of "Miss Voor ''i I
Friends of Clarice are happy to know that she Is out of the hees College 1969-70."
hospital and is recuperating at home
The traditional Royal Coronation I0TT0N I I KNITS
Wendall Roalson, executive director of the Redlands Chris was held Friday night, 100 I I
tian Migrant Association was the featured speaker this mornIng Sept. 19, when friends and well
at the meeting of the Church Women United, North at Grace wishers crowded Lawrence
United Methodist Church. Memorial Auditorium on the IIi I

The women are engated in a campaign to collect clothing, Voorhees campus to honor the
bed.iing and canned goods: for the migrants. The drive ends stunning Floridian. 2-PIECE SUITS
Oct. 17, and the Rader Memorial United Methodist Church,
8755 NE Second Avenue Is the deposit point for donations. The daughter of Mrs Etta
Mrs. ruth N. Polite was the featured speaker St. Mary's Taylor of Miami,Sandra plansto
Wesleyan Methodist Church's Woman's Day, Sunday,Sept 28. begin graduate study in so- 11 11
Ruth held her audience with the unique way she presented her ciology upon graduation from
talk on "W,me1's Role In Developing Peace Today for a Bet the Denmark, South Carolina Values To
ter Tomorrow." Institution. Her ambition Is to rm 1 n[

Get well wishes to James Delancy at Cedars of Lebanon become popular a co-ed sociologist.The,an able student, M $19.99 m

Hospital. ,, y *>tHere > enjoys water sports' and tra :;:::;:; A1 OUR ONE ;;:;:;:;

for the funeral of Lottie Ward were Mcirgueritte W. veling. m m \.0'6 PRICc NONE HIGHER n[
Davis, Raleigh, N. C, and Mrs. Kathleen (Grant) Larry, New
York, N. Y. The royal court was com 1 I, 1 j
posed of queens from the four CASH REFUNDSEXCHANGES
Jetting to Washington, D. C, to visit her daughter and son-' college classes. They were as rI.
1 t1
in-law, Paul and Eugenia Stubblefield are Mrs. GeorgeMaggie follows: "Miss Senior", Miss
) Cash and daughter, Marie. Carolyn Edwards, Lynchburg;

VOLUNTEERS They who give of themselves In bringing "Miss Junior", Miss Mary 'l'li
hope and help Into the lives of others, serve themselves with Grant, Walterboro; "Miss HOT PINK & NAVY BROWN & BEIGE ORANGE & ROYAL
the reward of usefulness Sophomore", Miss Shirley :
Middleton, Wadamalow Island;i t j\j\ GREY & BLACK AOUA GOLD & BLACK f j
Mrs. Charles (Edythe) Wars jetted in from Washington,D.C. and "Miss Freshman", Miss

for a two week stay with relatives and friends. Cyremthia Jordan, FlorencePEERLESS j 1 1 Hundreds of Dresses -Suits-Culottes tj

God has given tongues that we may say something pleasantto
[1 1m
our fellowmen. Heinrich Heine. 1 1 JUNIORS MISSEY 1/2 SIZES

Circle your calendars:(Oct. 15)"My Fiar Lady" an all-
day exposition at Bayfront Park Auditorium. The theme of the TO INTRODUCE j AT THE SAME LOW PRICE $5 .96 11

fair is "Rise to Greater Heights" In the areas of educational
courses or special training, volunteer services, employmentand KOSCOTThe 11.f, SALE STARTS FRIDAY 9.30 A.M. L1

personal improvement. Sponsored by the Council for the Peerless Service Corporation ::.:..:...:... :.:.:.:.
Continuing Education of Women. It will open at 10 a.m. and
will Introduce pros
close at 10 p.m. pective tenants of the future

James Bowman and his daughter, Anetta, Jetted out to Los 54th Street Mini Shopping Center
Angeles for a week's vacation. They will visit New York before In a meeting Monday nightat MAYS DRESSES
returning home. 8 p.m. at Miami International

WTVJ's Ralph Renick will speak at the L.C. Evans assembly Merchandise Mart, 777
program Friday morning Oct. 10 during Fire Prevention NW 72nd Avenue. NORTH MIAMI BEACH
observation. Slated to be present at the
Week meeting are Dr.. Mobley, Dr. 585 NE 19th St.Biicoynt 1350 HE 163rd Str t
to Master Michael Owens Mrs. Gwen.I
Birthday greetings
Finley, Miss Hines and Mr.
I dolyn Anderson, Mrs. Gloria Anderson and Mrs. Callie Fai- Darnell from the Florida Shopping paia| CORAL GABLES

. business department and 2800M.W. 5th Avt. 90Miricl Mil
son.Sympathy to Viva Coleman and Angenorla Pascal on the loss other advisors and businessmen. -

w of their father In Tallahassee, W. L. Spearman. .


1 19697'7'I'

THE MIAMI TIMES. Friday October 3,

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Judge Henry Arrington As I Knew Him! A

JUDGE HENRY H. ARRINGTON is dead and buried. He
ranked Miami's fourth black municipal jurist, preceded by ,
Judges L. E. Thomas, Johuny Johnson and Donald Wheeler
Jones. He was my friend. He was mv kind_ of n neonlp... NeM- Miamian Listed
less to say or repeat, his sudden death wasa
jolt to me as well as all Miami the state,
the south, the nation. Hi: passing mai ksthe With World
loss of one our most distinguished and re- Z 3
spected citizens. The warmth and glow that NotablesFor
were characteristic of his personality shall <
never pass this way again. The suave and 4 Jk the third time, the out-
persuasive manner in which contributions of .... ." .'1'i "'. .'.\, ". <.'
he projected his standing Mrs. -- : \ .X ,,-,;. s '1"--'' J'Y.r.-T.1
I whole being shall remain a legend. Marian H. Shannon have received -
I recognition in pr int. Visitors and employees at the Opa-locka General Hospital are greeted by

I Listed in Outstanding Person- Dr. Von Mizell chief of surgery, at the annual open house. I
IT W1S IN 1954.- his first week in Miamithat glimpsed
alities of the South 1967 Who'sWho
; The hospital has applied for 100 bed The Sossins
a expansion program. planto
Henry Arrington standing on the corner of NW 11th Street at
in A m e r i c a n Education
Second Avenue. In all probability he had just left the office of 1968; and, now Who's Who of further expand by adding an extended care and convalescent unit.
Dr Ira P. Davis- since most newcomers always sought out American Women with world --.
the advice and counsel of the affable and Informative dentist notables 1970-71 Mrs. Shan-
.. immediately I was forced to do a double-take. Before this, non's work in education, civic Regional Meeting
I thought only a beautiful member of the female fraternity could and fraternal groups becomes
make me do this.But sodynamic-looking was this new charac- legend. Here Oct. 26 1

ter, I sought and discovered that it was Henry Arrington, the Mrs. Shannon is a guidance
young, suave, dignified and handsome 31-year-old Tampa attorney Counselor at Booker T.Washington More than 200 delegatesof the organization expected are: rion E. Muldrow, who is hostess ,
who had just come to our town from his governmentWar Junior High School. the National Beauty Cul- National President Dr. Katie and chairwoman of the
Claims Commission and Justice Department posts in turists League will gather in Wickham; National Regional meeting
Washington, D. C. Miami, Oct. 26-29in, the New Supervisor Mrs. Buehler B. The regional meeting Is
LATER I HAD THE pleasure of meeting him and his lovely "Any where In the world Everglades Hotel for the 17th Hunter; State President Cath- sponsored by Chapters 7, 24,
wife Geraldine when I served as public relations agent for you want to go" South'Atlantic Regional Meet- leen B. Ross; and State Re- 49 and 55 of the NBCL,all Dade,

Bonded Rental Agency. It was I who put them in their first TJCKH3COSTNO ing. gional Supervisor Mrs. Ma- County chapters.. ,
NW Ninth St in """"""""""---""---"-------------..
apartment on the James Evans Bldg. From MORE AT f" ,I
thence we became friends that law-. The theme of the educational
one never ended.Henry's I i
,offices were always opened to anyone. be he Mr Big or Mr session will be "The Second I
Small: black or white -- who sought admission his portals. Half." The title relates to the Miami\ Times I
And whether for legal services or just plain "how are you", ruYEL 8UNItI recent NBCL 50th anniversary 6530 NW 15th Avenue
you felt a sense of propriety the moment you were announced.My "Your Neighborhood Travel l observation during the na- Miami, Florida 331- 7 I
Agent.u tional convention in Philadelphia I
last visit to his well-appointed legal chambers was the
time an attorney-cousin of mine-- atty Frank Reeves of Wash- / near to you o. your The second half refersto I I
ington, D, C. -- and very close friend of his, visited him. telephone. Give ui a call. the organization's plans Enclosed please find the sum of S5.00 ,
Henry sent for me We talked, and the warmth and glow that WE 6105 DELIVER.NW 7th Avenue 7543517. and goals for the next half cen- to cover jhe cost of a one year subscriptionto
penetrated throughout those four walls were astounding. Cho*. C. North, Manager tury.
the Miami Times. I
IN JUNE 1959 '! had just been released from hospital surgery OFFICE HOURS The beauticians' and" cosmetologists" I

By coincidence, Henry and I met as he strolled non- DAILY who will convenein Moil Paper To
chalantly to his old office on NW Third A venue. He offered his Miami are from five states:
greetings and well- wishes.We chatted briefly and shook hands 9 a.m. to 5:30: p.m.SATURDAY Florida, Georgia,North Carolina Address __

before, departing. That handshake shall never be forgotten, for, South Carolina and Alabama I
_State_ Zip Cod. _
between our grips was a crisp bill that my friend had placed 9 a.m. to 12:30: Noon .
into my plam. That was Henry Arrington. Always wanting to i Among important officers of L wwwww.-.ww__________wwwwww!
help. He loved life and lived it. But, while he lived, he never
forgot to remember.

ON THE MUNICIPAL BENCH Judge Arrington was likedby
plaintiffs, defendents and court attaches,alike.He was a stern
jurist, but his decisions were always tempered with compas-
sion. You couldn't ask for morel! Always dignified and smiling
warmly, he projected dignity throughout the halls of justice.
A pre-mature grey that penetrated and engulfed his curly special purchase! H :

locks, gave him the appearance and distinction of a U. S. senator ..t
That was Henry Arrington -- my friend and yours. He is ,.
gone, but will not too soon be forgotten. Sympathy to his devoted bonded knit dresses
wife Geraldine and his family. REQUIESCAT IN PACE!

THE' LITTLE RED BOOK: Reunion of the 1968 confirmation qy n
class of St. Agnes Episcopal will share corporate com- f

munion Sunday (Oct 5)) during 10:45: ayem services Chicago
social worker Mable Mayo houseguested for a week with 99 A99, /4 '1LeY
Freddie Mae Bethel.. .First it was Sidney Poitler, then Sam-'
my Davis Jr, now it's Bill Cosby who's interested in a Nassau, 3 3-6x LIi: 7-14
Bahamas homesite via Paradise Island. Are the Cassius' A1
Clays expecting another champburger for Christmas ?1 ? ?

NOTES ON A NAPKIN: A new world's record catch of a blue
marlin (845( Ibs)was hooked by a St.Thomas Island fisherman- / -'
Compare at 55 56. Special purchase f ; x/ <
sportsman named (appropriately enough) Elliott Fishman. .. / w ) s 4ax
bonded knit dresses in .
Thelma on _
Dames-Carey is nursing her left footathome following
Cedars of Lebanon.The prick of a needle decked great for school styles. Group includes I q
her Burg Stanley Newbold nand Steven Newbold, returned low waists, belts, French underwear t, Wy. 4 ,
looks, empires, jumper-looks, Hippy "
to Florida A&M for their senior and freshman year .
skirts. Washable of Plaids .1
respectively. .Dapper CEP executive director Harold Oliver course 11
fired from his job last Friday.. Johnny Ware and wife Mal- stripes, and solids. Sues 3-6x, 714. y

veen now owners-operators of beauty-barber shop supply mov- young people's world, all 7 Burd ine's storesf'
ing van.

SALT WATER TAFFY: New Yorkers Priscilla Maddox and '
Jerry Smith motored down from Mad Manhattan for a vacation
look at Our Town with an added flight to Nassau's famed M,
Paradise Island to ogle the swank casinos high-rise living

before returning to their professional chores in Gotham. .
They're houseguesting with this reporter and the Little Woman '!I. .'; ; ,: .


CONFIDENTIALLY YOURS: Add September Birthdays: _
Quentin north 1st. Mrs. Pearl Newbold 25th Katie
Rosser, Veulah Johnson, Selma Ward, Juanita Montgomery,
Lois Sweeting 27th Fr Lambert Sands, Arlean Johnson, .'
Thomas Patterson, Mary Sims, Wendell Raulerson, Winifred : 13 "
Beacham 28th Ola Lamb, Theo Hammock, Gail Willing- ; : lEI
ham, Anthony Miller, Gladys Crawford 29th Ozora Shell,. TJ Pi ID ; liS!

Laura Nesbitt, Dana Pickett, Gwen Goodman, Annette Lowe, f 't l J';
Anthony George Sr 30th ..That's it brother, from your one- .
man-newspaper who knows everybody and everybody's racket, 4'.
but who is always giving some poor sucker a break!

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THE MIAMI TIMES Friday October 3 1969 9
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c sic cxa r r arx ac cJ
r Pharmacists Gibson !

And Welters

Active In ProfessionTwo

eminent pharmacy:
owners In ,oie,Model City Dis
1 BY DAVE BONDU trict rank high in the affairsof

the Southeast Florida pharmaceutical : -

1 ____ ... Association
"' ?AIQG RC;"' AC :--lo.---"PI according -
to Ben Saks, executive
Henry Arrington was a great man In my book. He was alsoa chairman and secretary- rrf

good friend for many years. I attended the funeral, and to manager of the association.Mr. r
say the least, Dade County and many dignitaries from all over
the U, S., the Bahamas and Jamaica were there to pay their Warren Welters, MAR
respects to "Hank". We will miss his ready smile and operator of the Brownsville
beautiful personality. Drug Store, besides being a

Why Is it that our City Commissioner, Mrs. M. Athalie member of the Speakers

Range, will take on the problems. whether personal or civic Bureau and Membership
of everybody who come to her or call her, but she will chairman, has recently been
wade through water up to her knees to get into or out of her designated to speak for his
own home and business and won't raise hell? 17th Avenue from community and his professionas i
54th Street to a member of a special
62ndStreet is pathetic.When downpour comes,
all you need Is a rowboat, and the corner of 57th Street Is the Health Committee working as
a liaison between the Comprehensive
very worst--where she lives. Now, I can see where she would
feel that since other areas In our community flooded when Health Planning Council
it rains that she of South Florida and the Eleo Pomare Dancce To I
would not want to complain of her conditions Group Coming BarryBarry
Greater Miami Coalition
(because that Is the kind of person she is) but If I was in
the position that she Is In, I would use all of the Influence I Pharmacist Wilfred Gibson, College Culture Series His Harlem dance suite ney Fellowship Award for

could muster to better my own conditions for a change, This who operates Eddie's Drugs presents The Elo Pomare "Blue For the Jungle' ,hailed Dance, studied dancing at New

Is the most ridiculous situation Ihave ever seen, and any other with his pharmacist wife, Dance Group on October 19 at as a work of genius, roughly York City's High School of
city, country, state or federal official would not stand still for Eleanor, has served the South 8:15 p.m. in the college auditorium traces the Negro's develop Performing Arts. He left the
It. Mrs. Range Is too nice. It Is time she started raising hell east Florida Pharmaceutical ment in America and has as a United States to continue his

for herself, and damn the other folks,cause whatever she does Association as editor of the An Integrated but predominantly central motif a slave auction studies In Europe where he

for others Is criticized anyway. It Is Impossible to please Special Message phone ser- Negro dance company, that constantly unfolds until formed his own European

everyone, no matter what you do. Ithinkwe should all get be- vice during September, an assignment the Eleo Pomare group was the suite ends in a storm riot. company and remained to per

hind Mrs. Range and get this matter straightened out. You which falls only to organized in New York. After Each has seen the com form and teach In Germany,
never know whether or not it w1l1 help clear up the other areas members of the Executive the first season of full-length consisting year of its creatorand Holland, Denark, Sweden, and
too. Committee. Both Mr.and Mrs. concerts, the company took as lead dancer Eleo Pomare Norway. Since his return
Remember those coupon books we talked about a few weeks Gibson are members of the Its purpsoe "the creative and twelve dancers, and from Europe In 1965,Eleo Po
ago? Well, those of you who paid$12.50for them, please send Pharmacy Speakers Bureau.Mr. utilization of Negro talent and develop along with the acquisi- mare has been amassing the,

your name and address. I am sure you feel that you have been Gibson serves on the ability In American Modern';tion of a varied and exciting reputation in this country
duped, and we will try and get your money back. Please folks, Health Committee of Model Dance,' In Its effort to breakaway : repertory. which he enjoys in European'
be careful how you fall for these lines. Cities and pharmacy liaison from confining stereo dance circles
member between the profession types of "Negro" or "Primi Born In Columbia, South The public Is invited to at

* * and the O.E.O. Family tive" dance. America, Eleo Pomare, ref tend. Admission Is $4.00 and
Health Center. An outstanding exponent oi> cipient of the John Hay Whit 300.

PRETTY BOY OF THE WEEK: Henry Givens the modern dance, Eleo Po
National Pharmacy Week Is -
PRETTY GIRL OF THE WEEK: Bennie Whittaker mare who makes his Ideas'oi f -
observed Oct. 5-11.The
VIP OF THE WEEK: Father Theodore Gibson protestation felt by his audi MODERNDAY
1969 theme, as established by Flowers by
MOTHER OF THE WEEK: Mrs. Elizabeth Postell the American Pharmaceutical\ ence, is a dynamic dancer. A :
critic once called Pomare the I
Association is: "Drug Abuse, We Specialize In all Types Of Floral Designs
* * only choreographer able to I
to "
Escape Nowhere. II
QUICK NOTE DEPARTMENT: Ann Lindsey Packard Is make his dancers express the I Weddings Funerals Parties Bar Mitzvahs
working hard to make the affair at the Urban League Bash a deep frustrations of the Negrc I Decorators of Home Planters

huge success. Talmadge W. Fair, the league's top brass will with understandable move Give a Pint Bouquet from MODERNDAY ''I
be delighted if you get your ticket early. It's October 12th at Opa-lockaArea ment.

the Everglades Mamie Kershaw hospitalized again. Send ........................... DAYG93-397I: NIGHT: 754-1888
her a card Herbert Green dyed my living room rug, on Advisory : GO TO CHURCH 215 NORTHSIDE PLAZA
the floor, and you should see it. It came out beautifully. I didn't NORTHSIDE SHOPPING CENTER
believe It could be done Dave Akins home for a few days SUNDAY

rest between gigs in the mountains of New York and the winter Board MeetsThe .......................... -
rounds Sorry to hear of the passing of Cliff Baker, the
owner of Baker's Corner on 15thAvenue.II Howard Carring-
regular Opa-locka
ton, a good buddy from Washington, D, C., down looking on at Neighborhood Area Advisory
the International police Chiefs Confab on the Beach. He left :
Board meeting was held on
his post with HUD to go Into Police Administration. All LONGER.
23. The
Tuesday night, Sept.
real estate owned by the late Anthony E. Gardiner has been total emphasis of this meetingwas ..
retrieved by his relative, Miss Marie White. The Frow Ave.
home was sold to Mr. and Mrs. Arlington Smith and the Grand placed on the youth prob-
lems and the need for a youth
Avenue property was placed In trust for his two younger children YET MILDER.
center in this area.The meet-
Ing was very Interesting and
informative, In which there

was a question and answer 4: -L1lOf=


Among our distinguished ,
guests, were:, Mr. Jack Rich
ardson, probation officer; Mrj v,, j

All Al Itzkoff, case worker; Mr. D
parents Roland Raiford, county mana

their ger's office; Mr. Herb Ball,
want childrento
county parks and recreation;
and Mr. Jim Miller, Bunche Cty
do well.
Park-Parks and Recreation.We .

also had student representatives

Your Childs' SuccessIn from Florida Me-
morial College; Mr. Julius

Jackson, and Mr. Johnny
SchoolWILL Farmer The next Opa-locka \

Neighborhood Advisory Board
meeting will be held on Tues
HELP DETERMINE HIS day, Oct. 7, at 8 p.m., at theOpa..locka 'Ii

LIFETIME EARNINGSAny Neighborhood Center a : i

2355 Sli Baba Avenue.We
special advantages your child receivemutt
be provided by you--and you alone What educational are urging that all concerned
reference material do you have to help do citizens in the communitycome
your lob? out and learn what can ..j

be done to help bring about a

THE WORLD BOOK ENCYCLOPEDIA change In the Opa-locka community ", ,
CHILDCRAFT-The How and Why Library .

THE CYCLOTEACHERLearning Aid The entire St. Phillips Child I, m t
Opportunity Center staff at- I I
THE WORLD BOOK DICTIONARYTHE tended the very Informative ri 1

WORLD BOOK meeting, and discussion on the .
US. Government show I
youth situation, held at the figures
a combination for every family Neighborhood Center
on Sept.
regardless of children's agesFREE 23. Elections of new officers PALL MALL GOLD 100'slower "

DEMONSTRATION NO OBLIGATION for the Parent Group is plan-
ned for Oct. 15. Mrs. Irene in tar than the best-selling

Call 751-8414 Brown, a teacher at the COC filter
gave birth to a beautiful baby king.
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Hello there, all of you wonderful readers I How's life? FineI
hope. This week, I would like to share with you a very inspiring -
interview which I had with a young, aspiring, Miami
artist The young man of whom I am speaking is Fred Williams. IN OUR CHURCHES:
Many of you may know him or may have heard his name.If Men's Day for St. Paul will be celebrated on the fourth Sun
you have not heard anyone speaking of this fine artist, then day in October, which will be the 26th of October.

beleive me, you soon will.
Fred is 19 years of age and is a '69 graduate of Northwestern / IN OUR COMMUNITY:
Senior High School.He was a nominee and runner-up of the Sincere sympathy is extended to the Dunn family.
Silver Knight Awards held in 1969. Get well wishes to Mr. George Members, who's confinedat
I asked Fred to tell me about h i m s e 1 f and how he got interested Doctor's Hospital.Congratulations .
in painting. He began in a very gentlemanly and hum- to Carlton West and Joann Timpson who
ble manner'by telling me that his lifelong interest has been to were married on last Saturday.
be an artist. From the moment that he can remember he has Johnny Asley and Teresa Couch will be married on Oct. 4th.
wanted to capture the true beauty of the world and nature in Congratulations..
visible art. During his years in high school, his love for art
began to grow and his ego and confidence needed a boost. At IN OUR SCHOOLS:
home he did not receive the full encouragement that he need- On last Thursday night, the Coral Gables Cavaliers dethroned -
( ed to assure him of his dream to be an artist; however, there x the Edison Raiders 27-0. The Cavaliers record is
1 were others who gave him strength and confidence to go after now 2-0-0. think they have a 50-50 chance of becoming state
what he wanted. Within the walls of Northwestern High School, Sold SMw 01 fa Wed champs this year But let's remember, let's not give it all
three teachers inspired Fred to "move on up"--Mrs. Far- to the boys because the coach is doing a wonderful Job. This

mento, Mrs. Robinson, and Mrs. Paramore. Nowatthe end of The pretty Jo Ann Newton graces our page this year being Coach Koty's 17-year reign as coach..a period
his senior year, Fred has had paintings displayed at the Sum- week as she holds Soul Sister honors.Jo Ann is a very which has produced six state championships and a 136-36-8
Arts Festival and is attend the record.
mer now planning University
vivacious young lady and is now attending Dade Junior
,, of Indiana and become an architect. College. She's a real fox isn't she?House of Photography -
From the beauty and meaning displayed in his paintings, I photo.
must agree that he definitely has a built-in talent. At this I.......................................................
time, I am honored to have as a gift from Fred Williams one -
? of his paintings, and I think it is simply magnificent. I comment -
this talented young man on his brilliance and Incentiveto
go sees.out into the world and paint on canvas the world whichhe 1,000 To Compete 435

During the past two weeks, I have been alerted to the fact
.that we black teenagers are being noticed more than ever. r m State
not too sure if that's a good sign or a bad one; however, I pre
fer to think it's good. Of course, I know that remains to be
seen. 1,000 students--high nursing scholarship loans
At some time or another, all of us are noticed, because as school seniors, college and being offered, ranging from
black and beautiful people, we have always managed have an nrusing students--will com- $300 for a one-year practicalnurse
.,,audience--whether they are looking up to us because of our pete for 435 state scholarship course to$1,5000 a year
courage, capacity, and color or peering down upon us because awards Monday, October.13.at for work leading toa Master's G7
they're afraid of us or astounded at us.Yes, we are constantly BayfrontAudltoriumI:004:00 degree.
being watched. But these wide eyes which are staring upon us : p.m. After graduation, each con-
should be the least of our con erps.The only thing that mattersis Dade applicants will vie for secutive year of employmentin
pride, dignity, and unity which must sexist among all of our 235 nursing and general teach an approved Florida in- Ye, we've got more soul I, and if you ore looking
black brothers and sisters. ing scholarships, the county's sitution cancels one year of for soul I Stop by the:

Although we makeup small minority,we must live as a big allocation from Florida's scholarship assistance. Stop And 6 Rsctrf Shop
strength within today's society.We must live as one big family 1,550 scholarship awards. Applicants must be U.S.
Joined together with one single goal.true democracy for ALL. Competitive examinations will Citizens, residents of Floridafor And Tape Center
Each black Miamian has gone through a lot during the years, also be given for 200 statewide at least one year and of
but we have managed to keep our heads up in order to go on- scholarships for teachers of Dade County for a minimum of 1110 N.W. 62nd St. Miami Florida
ward and upward to reach that once unreachable star. exceptional children. six months.. ,
I would like to take this time to commend all of the brave Scholarships are awarded to PHONE: 151-0381
and beautiful black people here in Miami, Florida.Our adults each county according to enrollment Drama Miami's largest soul record shop. We have
are to be commended for their roles in making the city of Mia- in grade si-12,explained -
Workshops the latest hit songs on cosset 4 and 8 track
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their children to be born in, to growup in, and even to die in. director t of Pupil Personnel tapes.
The adult establishment has really gotten into the "groove of Services Allotments are up- 'I Offered By DadeThe Radios & Phonographs

," things" and they're proving, to us that they really where dated every four years. : Portable, Home and Car Tape Players
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4. Miami's youth are to be commended because we are a fine a value of $600 a year and Theatre, whose,is now under recreation the .......................................................
t group of proud young people We are getting things done that may be held for eight semes- program
'. would never have been thought of several years ago. Let's ters or twelve quarters but sponsorship of the Metropolitan -
'face it, when, it comes to getting fast action and dark tans,, may not be used for work beyond -' Dade County Park and
f black Miamians are definitely at the top of the list. the Bachelor's degree level Recreation Department, Tan
* * Miss Gilkey pointed out. has started their fall Drama topics
There are several types of Workshops for children,teens
*, I would like to send our special thanks to all of the people and adults. Classes will be i
1 who have written in to me.. All ,of you are fine people. held for all three age groups
under the personal super-
f JUST A BIT OF NEWS: vision of DramaDirector MIss
: Happy Birthday wishes are extended to Joy Seymour, who Beryl Taylor. Along with pan-
turned Sweet Sixteen last Friday. Some of the young grooversat tomime, improvisations and
her fine party, were: Anthony Poitier, Gary Range, Glenn character studies the groups
Casey, Verne Peguess, Elveeta Timmons, Rose Thompson, 4 will be performed at the Barn !
< Brenda McCray, Beatrice McIver, and Cheryl Edwards. F A ; Theatre and on the Dade County 'I
/, We also wish Cleo JollivettaHappySweetSixteen Birthday. Showmobile The Snowmo-
Some of the Kool Kitties and Kats at her party last Saturday bile will tour the many sec-
I were: Pamela Harris, Gail Powell, Sheila Love, Arnetta.Williams tions of Dade County which do
Beverly Royals, Thomas Jones, Alan Straughter, and not have theatre facilities.
"f. Rudy Boston.
a.; '. I, Interest persons can regis-
'. '. So ntfl next week, my dear readers, "PEACE." ter for Miss Taylor's work
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2:00 to 6:00 P.M. and Satur-
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grandson of Elder and Mrs. Ave., Miami Lakes.Workshops !
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See Mr. Jack ROTC Field Training con-
ducted at Pease AFB In New Children Mondays and
I I "The Latest in Men' Fashions"Pants I Hampshine. His flight won the, Wednesdays 2:00 600pm.
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THE MIAMI TIM ES' 'CrlrJnw Y. October 3 1 969 11. -

Cookin'with Haitian Paintings On Exhibit At Lowe Art MuseumA .

colorful exhibit of 53 The Friends of Art are plan- loaned to the exhibit by MUml and simplicity.

----- Haitian primitive paintings by ning a pre-show: cocktail hour area owners. Among the artists repre-
27 artists will open the season and dinner starting at 6:30: These works are true primi- sented will be Wilson Bigaud,
BUTTER at the University of Miami's p.m. Oct. 5 in the UM Faculty tives, chosen, todisplaythe one of the original trio of primitive t
Lowe Art Museum. There will Club. style for which Haltianart painters: "dicovered"byanAmerican !
.... be a preview Freundlich first became known '
museum Dr. August by which in the mid-
i ttar 3ls }y MILTON "BUTTERBALL" SMITH inoitfJers' Sunday, Oct 5 from museum director, has just returned is now threatened as younger 1940's; J.E. Gourgue, who has
8 to 10 p.m., and the show will from Haiti where he artists are influenced bv other been exhibited in the U.S.,
be open to the pub lie Oct. nude arrangments for the movements and countries.The Mexico, Germany and France
Tragedy Of Traz through Nov 2. show. Six works will also be primitives paint all aspects of since 1948; Dieudopne Cedor
life brilliant,festive,generally and Nehemy Jean, who painted -
Maybe I question too many things in life. Maybe I am too Actors Studio Starts 20th Year unmixed color. the Airport Mural at Portau
critical about our community.But The Lowe display w 111 reveal Prince and are leaders of
Of ClassesOn the Haitian's love of color s eve r a 1 art Pit Lome
for the life of me, I can't understand why a communitylike groups;
can afford to let a man like Traz Powell, after spend- and ceremony and will include Ob in, another of the originaltrio
Monday Sept. 29th af- sity of Missouri Sharee Cra- interesting efforts at
ing twenty some years as football coach, turn to coaching ; perspective and Antoine and U. Obin,
track. ternoon classes for children, vero, University of Florida; and frequently crowded students of Philome and the
evening classes for teenagersand and Mrs. Jean Whilldin, Exe- compositions. The unique second and third generation
Now there is nothing wrong with Track as a sport and I am adults, and morning TV cutive of The Miss Universe flavor comes from the art's carrying on the family tradition -
Sun- sure that Traz Powell will become as successful in track as classes for speech, start at Contest. native charm, directapproach ?
he did in football, but the tragedy is that in a town as big as Actor's Studio, at the North -- -
Miami, a state as big as Florida, and a coach as winning as Miami Playhouse, 1603 NE "'::-
Traz, there is no job for him In his field. 123rd St., Miami. This year
arrangements have been made ROYAL -ll CQast.fo.C'oast : 1JJk'IJRANSMISSIONS
lined Now I haven't even talked to Traz before writing this because JMI
I am sure that he would tell me that everything is going with film companies: and pro- )) H.U Mtil'ir Cln_ th f..' 1'1 ,
duction for :
who to be all right, and that he would be happy in his new job, but studios to, visit their and demonstrate representatives .
we are not happy being without Traz in football. -
' 'on camera' techniques 8 Reasons Why You Should Go Royal
,4th. For a man with a record like he had at Carver and later at .
Mays, it seems to me that there must be school
some high Mr. Bill Dunstill,of Channel REASONABLE PRICES. :::: FREE TOWING
that could use a man of his talents.,
6, continues as a television in- According to your problems 1111 Day or night
de- The University of Miami, for example, could use a man of structor. New additions to the
'd is his ability. I also understand that coach just left Gainesville staff are Cliff Baker, Univer- GUARANTEES GOOD ANYWHERE 1111 FREE'W'V'We

statetall not too long ago.I Not lust at Royal. :::: show you what's wrong

am not saying that anyone should be fired in order to give 1 1j.
Traz a job, far from it. But it seems there is one high school ACAR! WAXER
riod With approved credit !!! Most models
that could use Miami's "winnlngest; coach.
Must be good with
Then again, the Dolphins could use some new blood. I thinkit buffing wheel. INTERNATIONALLY GUARANTEED
would be inspiring to both the players and the fans aliketo Ski} Days No Sundays Locally owned !:,'iI'!i: Adjusting Sealing
have a black "pro" coach here in Florida. One thing for HIGHEST PAYPHONE
..., sure, he couldn't do any worse than Coach George Wilson's -
image among the black fans here who say he's prejudiced After ,, :,gb932851P '3iOl.NW 36.51.; 6'35.66:1Q: : ,

I have always been taught in high school, college, and in
: the Marine Corp, that to compete and play the game well
is great, but it is greater to do all these things and come upa

Traz is without a doubt a winner. He was at Booker T., at
: Florida AiM as a player, and at Carver Mays as a coach.

To take a man away from his thing after twenty years Is f I lianiiAf 1 .
heartbreaking, even though he would never admit it.It's got to ve,
: hurt everytime he sees football game,every time he walks in 1
: a locker room and knowing what he can't do is going to hurt
deep down inside.

I surely hope that we don't do to Traz what we did to Sach -
Page. Wait until he's sixty and then talk about how great he :
could have been, had he been given the chance. FNJ

: Then again,I think that the man should be given the chance to 1 1 / I / I /
: keep doing his thing.And you may say what you will, football is
Traz's thing.
Dade County, I am asking you,I am begging you, don't break 1 I I
this man's heart.In .
closing, let me tell you a story: "
1 Traz should have gotten a job at Killian when there was an Ifflll
opening, but he was sent to Mays where he did a very good job.

: The other day, he went down to Southwest to watch the boys 1tteN.A
practice. When his former boys saw him, they went wild with
: emotion, just to" see their old coach. They all started to run
over to him, but the coach of Southwest stopped them. The dis-
: play was too much for Traz. He walked back to his car and iT1Pi1r
: said he would never come down there again.
Now I know Jake Gaither would gladly welcome Traz to Fla. .t
A&M anytime he wanted to come. But a man that has put in as
... much time here in Dade County as he has and been as success- Also 1 Extra Mid Attraction I *
ful coaching as Traz has should not have to move his family,
sell his home,and start all over again in Tallahassee. We havea
winner in Traz. A man that has been winning all his life. '
Let's keep him doing his thing and football is Traz's thing. Opens Friday Oct. 17th
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rishes of Trelawny and St. Thomas while visiting Miami with Miss Tatlyn Grant, George Williams (right), president of the Central Little League happily

Jamaica Festival Officer, are officially greeted at President Kennedy's Me- accepts check in the amount of $314.00 from Spacesetters, Inc. Prexy John

morial Torch of Friendship by Miami's international Public Relations representative Wilson, for the sponsorship of a Spacesetters Team during the 1970 baseball
Miami Metro and Tourism
Juan Tacon. -- Department of Publicity
I season. Looking on with approval are Spacesetters members: Bottom row (l-r)

, Clarence Cooper, vice president; Gus Wi II iams,chaplain;Wilson and Williams;

nhoto.STANLEY "' LUCKY LENNY'S Samuel Lewis, Thomas Cherry, and Aaron Davis, parliamentarian. Top row,

DRUGS WEEKLY REPORT (I-r) Levon Smiley, John Murphy, Ira Maxwell, Andrew Johnson, secretary;

Johnnie Simmons and James.Boyd, treasurer. Not shown: John Hoskins, Jr.,

YOUR NEIGHBORHOOD PRESCRIPTION STORE Pu.rtoRIco 24-07-49 business manager and Hank Pride. In addition to the sponsorship of a team,

,. 8690 NW 22 Ave 697-3747. Dog Day J8-94-89 the group also contributed the funds for the purchase of the Little League

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more than a dollar to somebody and he Is. He's worth plenty to the
kti Commonwealth of Pennsylvania, which pays him the dollar, and to Gulf Oil,
i which loaned him to the State for a year as a Special Assistant to Governor
t f, v '"' Raymond P. Shafer.
t First he got Pennsylvania's TEAM on the field-Training and Employment
Assistance for Manpower, a program to recruit Industry's aid in
; """" ,,. the employment problems of the disadvantaged.
Now he s been promoted to Executive Director of Governor Shafer's newly
HOMER HUMPHREY, Owner Thisfetmily formed Urban Affairs Council, a group of top state officials who will formulate
DRUGS COSMETICS GREETING CARDS strategy on skiving the state's urban problems.
..S A Ken, before going to work for the State, was Supervisor of Gulf's 11
FREE PICKUP & DELIVERY has Pennsylvania Turnpike service stations and their 150 employees, and before
a that, a Sales Representative In Pittsburgh.
To make sure he comes back after his year with the State, and to help him
MON. THUR SAT. 9 AM-9 PM SUN. 1 TO 5 PM stretch that dollar for his family, Gulf "Is paying Ken his regular salary and .

\ 4 dollarayearincome company benefits during his absence.
That's good business. When Ken helps the State and Industry build
productive citizens, it makes our potential employment force larger and better,
and Increases the number of potential new customers Ken can aim his sales
programs at when he returns.
Dollar a year? He's worth I it. At least.
f Requirements for the .
exploration of space demand .- ,.
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I Riots, Looting And Burning Nothing New To AmericaOLDFASHIONED Enrollment Open For .1\;

LONG, Most of the United States was tears to your eyes. More tears SEPIA'S September fold-out Job Corps ;
HOT SUMMER, 1877 STYLE. affected by The Great Strikeof can be shed over the fact that poster Is a colorful sample of
You think rioting is sort of 1877. And In typical 1960- the vast majority j of a 11 the art work painted by Tom Fee- The Florida State Employment tisfactory Job Corps service: \
new? And you think it is some fashion, Congress investigated 200,000 youngsters In adoption lings, a Brooklyn, a New York Service is recruiting for So, if you are between 16 and
thing black people do against the causes. shelters today are black boys artist f eat u red in the maga- the Job Corps If you are a 21 years of age, a citizen or '
white people? Thinkagaint! The NewYorkHearld-Trlr and girls !ine. young man between the ages of permanent resident the
SEPIA, in its September issue bune, however, probably sum.: 16 and 21, you may be eligiblefor U.S., a school dropout for
says, "Riots, looting and med up a good part of the { entering this fine program three months or more and un-
burning are nothing new for cause, according toSEPIA, that propares you to make a able to find or hold an adequateJob
this country, going back to the when it quotd R-jv. Hanry decent living. The Job C9rps this might be Just the kind
Boston Tea party,the Whiskey Ward Beecher about the has many features that encourage of training program for you.
Rebellion, the Draft Riots,and strike; "I do not say that a young people to en- The training centers enable
most deadly of all--The Great .dollar a day Is enough to supporta roll. First, it is a residential, you to work on usefulandpro-
Strike in 1877. And until this man and five children Ifa training program.You live at a ductive conservation projects,
decade, black Americans were man insists on smoking and Job Corps center they pro-learn Job sk111sandbasic
never associated with that destructive drinking beer..But the nun Lii vide you with room and board, academic subjects and earn a
form of protest." who cannot live on bread and medical and dental care,work modest living allowance, too.
When railroad owners backin water is not fit to live." clothing, a nominal allowanceto If you are Interested, come in
1877 t r led to reduce wages In the sam issue of September be used toward the purchaseof to the Miami Opportunity Center -
because of a depression, they SEPIA comes a headlinedcall dress clothes, and a monthly 245SE 1st Street, the Pla
unleased a riot which spread "It's Time For A Black allowance $33.00 less de- za Building and ask to speakto
throught 11 states and took 45-, Quarterback! The lead- ductions for Social Securityand someone about the Job
000 National Guardsmen plus off paragraph is, "There'sone taxes.In addition,each Job Corps. Don't pass up what
2000 U.S. Idlers to stop. last outpost remaining to (ICorps enrollee gets $50.00 a could be a fine opportunity for
SEPIA points out that "New be conquered by the black month for each month of sat- you to get ahead. Act now!
York and Pennsylvania alone athlete in the violent world of
spent about one million dollars professional football." The
,suppressing The Great author decries the obvious
Strike", as it camotobecalled..Baltimore gimmick employed by professional -
was the scene of teams: who draft an outstanding t SA Y
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the first violence..Pittsburghwas black quarterback, \\ + 1r,
struck next by mob of only to "discover" he's better !
violent whites who attacked at some other position.The I
Pennsylvania railroad pro- fate of black children in
perty..C hie ago Joined vio- adoption agencies is covered y+ M IT's
lence, leaving 12 dead and 100 by another SEPIA,article;
arrested..St. Louis, Buffalo, "Won't Somebody Please
San Francisco and Reading Love.me?" Thepicturesofthose t
loveable little kids in orphanages -
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Scouts Can Win 8to
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Twenty Bikes

Twenty bikes and fifty ra '9b9
dios have been made available oc.'f. TOMWASHINGTON
'I as bonus prizes to Cub Scouts
and Boy Scouts selling ticketsto SeniorCitizens
the 1969 Boy Scout Circus. "
The bikes and radios will be
hidden all over Broward,Dade .b a

and Monroe counties on Sat. DRY CLEANING & LAUNDRY : ,,
Oct. 4, the day ticketsgo on ? t\\
sale, according to Bill South- PHYSICALLYDISABLED A Completes Service Tailoring Dry Cleaning iLaundrydService
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ern, Great Scout March Chair- {= .!! ,. 4&. : f A. i1;i i n iii.miMMmi J *. *, ,
man for the Scout Circus. m. t.J#' h_ i, t 1J.1 _
All a Cub Scout has to do to FREE

win one is ring the right door "We Thank You For Our Jobs"
bell and try to sell the person CheckingAccounts
who answers a ticket to the Dorothy Cooper, Supervisor

1969 Boy Scout Circus. The' Pearlinia Jenkins Paulette Heading Simon Kight
lucky salesman will walk away
with his prize right then and NO CHARGE FOR CHECKSNO Harry Mucherson Lorenda Smith, Mgr., Store 4 Veronlia Rahming

there, according to Southern. MINIMUM BALANCENO Regenie Smith Claretha Morgan ..: Anna Bell Lader

Cub masters and Scoutmasters SERVICE CHARGEIf Gussie Muedrow .. .. Jacqueline Mitchell' y Lucille Gavin
have information on
I ticket sales fortheScoutCir- you ore physically 6S years disabled old or! overor Verilyn Mackey, Mgr. Store 2 Ella Taylor Floyd Butler

cus. YOU QUALIFY.For Ronae Cooper Katie HillGeorge A. Martin, Mgr., Store 3

Louise Pugh Ridgeley Charlie Bryant
those under 65 the low
THANK YOU cost is only 15f for each
check actually written. No
To the host andhostess with monthly service charge. No
the mostest, Percy and Shirley minimum balance required.To .
'Ritchie, may I express my sin-
cerest thanks for the swingiest open your account simply
birthday party this side of call, write or come in to any
heaven] of



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: f fa rr 1!!!!!\ Alpha Phi Alpha National.Convention Ii I!!!!!! I

Among the more than two '"" w
thousand brothers were In attendance -
at the 63rd National
Convention, Alpha Phi Alpha
Fraternity, Inc., Houston,
Texas, were brother NelsonW.
Finder, Vicar, Orlando,
Florida and brother OralA.
A II e n, Sr., Florida State Di-
rector and Local president. nAsa

Speaking on the theme: R
"Black PowerjACreative
Force in America's Complete
Development" were b r other
aE Nathan Wright, Keynote,
Speaker; brother William H. _. ,
--""' -'x
Equal Employment Opportunity
Commission; brother Ernest equal stated the speakers, grow as fast as your abilitiesto
N. Morial, General Pre "then close the gap." Speaking explore exciting fields and
'1 t sident, Alpha Phi Alpha; and especially to the jet-set, to make significant contributions -
mow. Hon. Barbara Jordan Guest they recalled them that choosing to society, not just your
Speaker. The speakers a career is easy,but build- immediate i culture. Others
brought out points on Teamwork ing one is not so easy;Choosea from Miami inattendancl
AKA Neighborhood Meeting ; Self Hell and Self Deter location; some cities were Samuel GayTimothy
mination; and Getting it To good places to work but some Slavage and Frederick JOohn-
Members of the Planning Pictured are standing: Edna Cobb. Ethel Incraham. JessieStinsonandConnieSutton. gether. If all things being offer you more a chanceto son.
Committee for the annual DeVeauz, Arleen Williams, .
Neighborhood Meeting, under Gussie Dobbs, Marion Allen, Bottotn photo; Supreme Ba :::::::::::::::::: :::::::.::::::::::::::::: :::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::i!

the able leadership of Basileus Grace Albert, C. Inez Haley, sileus Dr. Larzette Hale is j1 1 $227,700 For Career Counseling f fI
Rose Stewart and Basileus- Blanche Dean, Eddie Mae Wil- seated with Soror Mayme Williams
Elect Marion Allen, and local son, Sue Francis, and Eleanor discussing sorority
sorors of Gamma Zeta Omega Johnson, Seated are: Dorothy programs for the local chap- I At Negro Colleges I

Chapter of Alpha Sorority are Edwards, Bernice Cox, Lila ter. -.... -. .
,busily making final plans for ;';'Bethlehem, Pi.... The Ford, establishment of counseling Andre' G. Beaumont,Managing
the meeting which will convenein :# Foundation has awarded a two- and placement centersat Director of CPS, announcing -
Miami at the DuPont plaza % r'" 62 col- of the grant
11t year grant of $277,700 to the traditionally Negro receipt
Hotel October 4 from 8:00 am College Placement Serivces, leges, the production and distribution and commented, "OUr acitivi-
until 6:00 p.m. Inc. (CPS) for the continuationof of a motivational ties at these colleges will involve -
Mrs. Allen, Chairman of the its program of assistance to firm, and the sponsoring of the use of new approaches ,
Neighborhood Meeting for 19- traditionally Negro colleges. workshops and institute for the to student counselingand
69, and members of the Plan- Since 1965, CPSanindepen- training of placement officers. counselor training that
ning Committee have plannedan dent affiliate of the College Term?: of the Ford grant call will utilize simulation I exercises
exciting agenda of activitiesthat Placement Council, has been for CPS to continue these activities andaudio-visual
will prove informative and involved in the operarion of a and to concentrate on techniques."
stimulating to everyone. variety of activities that have the development and further
Mrs. Margaret Roach,South aided the entry of black college improvement of career counseling
Atlantic Regional Director of graduates into jobs and career and placement programs Bethune-Cookman and
Alpha Kappa Alhpa Sorority, opportunities that were form at 29 colleges with a F lor Ida A&M are two of the
will be the keynote speaker for y erly d e n led them. These activities predominantly black enroll colleges participating in the
this occasion that will Include have include: theFREDDY'S ment. CPS program
AKA'S from Florida Memorial .

College, Fort Lauderdale,
Delray Beach, Fort Pier c e, i j
and Miami. Mrs. Roach's SUPERETTE
message will focus on the
theme: "Conference Challenge -
." Mrs Mayme WUlaims
former First Supreme Anti-
Bas 11 e u s and former Southeastern -
Regional Director
will also be a part ti.PInt on theprograms

All sorors are reminded of SMALL GALLON FARMBESTPLASTIC
the opportunity to pre-regis SPARERIBS49 JUG FRESH
ter for the meeting in order to .
avoid the last minute rush OKRA
i. 'I
in registration.
common group

I Hiram House Goes InternationalAfram MILE9Ue' LB. 1geBOLD


House, a pioneer specifically oriented toward adapt cosmetics made for FARM BEST FRUITDRINKS SEE ALLMEAL GIANT SIZE
black business enterprisebased industry and the private sec whites. Now with AFRAM :allof 5 LB. I
in Miami is going inter tor. Treasurer of the company that is changed."
national. is William Mc Lean, and sec. AFRAM began a year ago asa I I FAB 49CTIDE
Miss Blanche Calloway, ''retary is Euardo Valdes, Jr mail-order house and was a GRITS
sister of the famed Cab Callo The senior Valdes for ma.ny;] quick success. Some of the na Vi GAL. 33e I
way and president of the firm years has served as attorney; tion's top retail chains, eagerto CTN. 25C SOLD (1(I WITH $5))
which nuke cosmetics and ii capture a share of the grow
for National Cash Register DAY AT THIS PRICE. OR MORE
asked to
other quality products especially Panama, and also for Sears to ing Black ,
for black consumers, Central America. handle AFRAM products.The .
said an exclusive distributorship "There tremendous products noware avail SUNSHINE'SUGAR NECEBONES TOP QUALITY
has been granted for the need for AFRAM producats ir able in Sear, Penneys,Wards,
Republic of Panama.In the Caribbean and LLatl Gimbels and other quality retail 'YAMSLa.10c
addition, she added, ne- America," said Valdes. "We establishments around the SALES LIMITCORWITH .
gotiaions are underway to intend to help fill that need.Am I I country.
provide AFRAM's cosmetics, I Intend to make AFRAM products AFRAM is a subsidiaryof $5.00 EVERYDAY
made for the darkest to the available through the Majestic Development D 39 LOW PRICE 19MAXWELL C
Corp. of North Miami, Fla.
lightest skin tones, and other Sear
To help finance AFRAM's rapid
merchandise, through the Sears stores in Central
Sears-Roebuck Stores in Central America" growth, Majestic recent!;
America, to the Bahama Distribuidora AFRAMplansto went public with an offering of GRADE B LARGE HOUSECOFFEE

Islands, Jamaica and the Virgin open its headquarter in Panama 450,000 shares of stock atla EGGS2DOzOOC CUT-UP
Islands. City, and will setup district share, limited to Florida resi FRYERS
Requests for AFRAM's offices as well. The firm. LB. TIN
black-oriented products Miss plans to start operations with dents.L.KING
Calloway said, have poured in an initial order for $20,000 : I LIMIT 1 WITH 49 CUB BRANDLB.29c
from Mexico, Venezuela and worth of AFRAM products, $5JOO ORDER
as far away as South Africa. which include wigs, costume
A contract for the first exclusive jewelry, men's toiletries and General L'' GE
overseas distributorship African Heritage and plaques, Hauling SPARE RIBS'LB.
was signed with an organization as well as cosmetics.
formed for that MissCallowaysaid"We
1401 N.W.
purpose Dlstribuidora Afram have been planning for this day 39-
S/A. President of the firm is some time, and now our plansare 51st Terrace .
Eduardo Valdes, a prominent beginning to bear fruit. Phone
P.inamCity attorney who recently For too long, millions of ."
30 LB. BOX $11.95
published a book In people with dark complexions 696-3698 '
Spanish on creative technlaues have been forced to try and




20 THE MIAMI TIMES, Friday, October 3, 1969

v -1 J"p 'x n'b 6 d .. J ; J ';iZ lI O l u h n IJ'ZI"ITrJl Miamians Are Scholarship

[Kaleidoscope SemifinalistsFour I

Miamians are in line vide single payment$1,000,
for National Achievement to the winner when he enrollsIn
The Indefatigable Pearl Bailey Is out of"Hello,Dolly." And Scholarships because of their college. .

In Doctor's Hospital In New York, suffering a back ailment, high; score Inrecently adminis- The Achievement Semifinalists -
but she Is said to be In "fair condition' Thelma Carpenter, tered tests. They are MyrnaF. were selected from

Miss Bailey's understudy, Is filling In. "The Great White Copeland and Anthony, over 35,000 Negro partici-
Hope" is in dark trouble; author Finals Farr sez the B'waybit Zd'c-- BY Hagins from Miami Edison pants from more than 4,500
Infringes on his book "The Black Champion, the Life and PONTIPHFLETWhat High, and Michael J. Knowles schools natlonwIde.Among
Times of Jack Johnson" (Scribners: 1954)). Defendents in the and Vlvan JSylviafromJack- students requesting Achieve-

suit are playwright Howard Sackier, producer Herman Levin, v son High. ment Program consideration,
Dial Press and Bantam Books and,of course,The Great White a beautiful presentation Names of over 1,500 Semi- the Semifinalists were the
that was! A dozen and a
Hope Co.Politico. finalists In the sixth National
half performing Arts Society highest scorers In their geo-
Tom and Mrs. Bradley will host the Beverly Hills- members entertained several Achievement Scholarship graphic regions on the National -
Hollywood NAACP's Image Award Dinner Oct. 11 at L.A.'s hundred people at the closureof Program for outstanding Ne- Merit Scholarship Qualifying -
Ambassador with humorist Bill Cosby emceeing the event. the Church of Religious gro students were announcedthis TestNMSQT)administered -
'Cross country,another political personality,Cleveland Mayor Science's Convention at the week by Edward C.Smith, last February.
Carl Stokes, presented that city's Achievement Award to writ Hotel Fontainbleau last Sept t' < president of the National Merit -
er-director Gordon ("Learning Tree") Parks during the pre- 26th. 6V Scholarship Corporation Agents Wanted
mier of the Gordon flick there Signed by "Dean Martin 8 RF '(NMSC). Some 325 of the students -

Show" producer Greg Garrison for an upcoming guester: The affair started with a will win Achievement Agents to ell The Miami
Sammy Davis Jr., now our man in the Bahamas. Scholarships will be four-year Times are wonted all over
banquet, than our group pre- renewable awards Florida and ,
in Georgia. They
Barbara McNair's show has been sold to more than 50 out- sented six choral selections ranging
lets 'cross country, according to her exec producer The from past concerts some of r1W4 value from $250 per year to adults.may be boys Make and girls or

earthy Miss Nancy Wilson and her six-year-old Kasy will which were from "Camelot," $1,000 per year$1,000to$6-( spending
000 over the four years). The money. Write or call Mrs.
hobnob with other celebrity moms and tots Sept.27 at the an-
"Man from La Mancha" and
exact amounts Davis 6530 NW 15th Ave..
the ,
depend on
nual Teach Mom and Moppets Fashion Show out here. I love "Maytime" which served to IIo'W- r _
individual 6910421.
need of
Nancy, ethereal siren that she Is, but I've missed her too. introduce the music Interlude. the winners.
LEE NORRIS These four awards
Nancy, where are you? You used to make the news-scene so The "Fontaine Room" was MORGANMy year are
much and now you're like will-o-the-wisp. But dig: luck on elegantly arranged for this guest this week Is a sponsored mainly by corpora-
your stint at the Sands Oct. 8 In Vegas Can it be true?: special event and everyonewas young man who has lived his tions and c o r p o r a t e foundations -

word Is tha Soul Brother No. 1, just divorced from Wife No. 1 decked In nothing less than life three times over. I'm will be. Over National 200 of Achievement the awards IB lEd
In Magnolialand, may have already done the wedding bells bit the most fashionable formalwear speaking of Mr. Lee Norris $1,000 I IJ IU
again. Introducing a touch of foxfire named Deedee to the Guests came from all Morgan a harttnno-fonAi-- i Scholarships that pro-

Joey Bishop audience,the new restauranteur dubbed her Mrs. over, especially California, good vintage. Lee came to us
Brown." Said one Hollywag: "The way he kissed and huggedher which I understand sent over several years ago when his!,1s because In the arts, like o1'l
she sure wasn't his mother." But you got to have a mother one hundred representatives. distinguished sponsor, our anything else, total Interest Is

for me, J. B.Columbia I must say, those wonderful studiomother, Mrs. Nancy the key word. Especially witha
Pate introduced society like ours, where the
him to
Californians know their Mr.
frantically Juggled the shooting sked for Godfrey ap-
La numbers are still at a mini-
Pierre. She
Cambridge's "The Night the Sun Cama Out" Godfrey could plause. Musically speaking, was convincedthat mu, each cell of our "sound
play his "white man" role one day and "black man" role the the Society was at its best. this young man had talent pattern" must be an integral
next. The white makeup was irritating'Godfrey's skin. Times I suppose, knowing well this which was not yet showing and part of the entlrity. This Is
a little motivation
sure have changed, ain't they ? ? ? On the same set, writer- was our first outside appear- could why everyone tells us we sound
be nude to blossom In
director Melvin Van Peebles injured his eye and Is now wear- ance after having obtained our exact- like sixty singers in some
Ing a white eye patch .Stephen Boyd, fat from percentageson official patronage from the ly the capacity which he now magnificent cathedral. Lee Is
"The Slaves City made each and enjoys. At that time, Lee was l
weekended in Paris with Brigette, but not everyoneof one of those cells and at this
Just for pleasure. The pair announced they'll do a third flick us quite responsible towards carrying a fresh diploma from writing an Important one.I .
his graduating class at North-
together. Whatdaya mean, which Birgette ? ? ?Godfrey Cam- keeping up with the pray that God will let him J
High School and with
bridge again: Bill Cosby personally rung Godfrey up and asked Image and living up to our the fulfill his every ambition because -
him to co-star with him In his "Heaven Can Wait" picture. expectations. We've set quitea proper pep-talk of a well Lee Is good person and

Godfrey, asked to play a guardian angel, groaned when told standard for ourselves and chosen valedictorian, he was, be deserves nothing but the
of the part: "Not white make-up again! Countered Cosby: every step must be a step In may I say, ready to conquerthe

"Don't be stupid. You'd be my guardian angel, not Marlon the right direction. Our next world. best.May I wish as much for all
brando'sl"! Odetta Is cutting an album with a new label, effort will be for a., private Unfortunately, as Is the case good people
you commencingwith
with all G
Dunhill. What's happening with Max Julian? Haven't heard audience with the Miami comingoutintotheharsh offering you to look for
anything since his production company. Raymond St. Jac- Beach Cultural Society Mr. world debutantes, one ward to that wonderful week M
ques Is everywhere, in the trades, at the parties;at the Allen A. Dworkis, Its president has no trouble finding out that ahead.

screenings, but not a word about his love life Why? Jim Is featuring Per 'whatever happens very often SCHOOL''(
Brown starts filming El Candor" next month In Spain, his forming Arts Society In a con- reflects on ones doing and
first true Western with a top-flight male co-star, Lee Van cert, Saturday night, October especially the amount"ef of.- PLAY P

Clef Fm wondering why Jim has to go to Spain to do the 25th. fort placed behind the success; CASUAL
movie. Why not here? Is It the cost of labor? So many of the yet to come. Lee was no ex- ,
studios now are filming on location on lots that are virtually In regards to these private ception and he had quite a de- w1r&R, Large

obsolete. Recent figures show producers can save up to one- presentations for this Miami cision to make for none had '"' ...Selection

third the costs on locations because they escape the need for Beach Society, we were made been made even at the hour, ofaraduatlo TELEMERSOV V SUITS of Pair"
sets' and extras '(native bystanders are used for walk-ons aware that any future.olo par. Colors
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I commend this wonderful
Chuck Webb, author of "The Graduate" got a plush $20,000for group for encouraging and especially society (not counting the un- & I ,. "
serialization of his next novel,"Thoughts of a Young Stock making exposure pos avoidable Interruption) over .dllfml2 I
broker" from McCall's but the three years. We've learned to California
nixed a short piece Check did sible for any young aspirant.How .
on the attraction of white suburbian women for black urban lucky we are to have such depend on him and lean on his Creation

men that was muy sympatico with black folks Ike Cole, an organization. good sense of artistry. I need wq4ut N 1 .,.
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:'/Dur; school was to be Integrated! Black students were to be For example- the P.T.A contributed many man-hours and the pilot project. :K:*:::
bussed In from Miami, to Ida M. Fisher Jr. High School on material resources to make the integrated student council Innovations in Curriculm were not overlooked. In the past,
Miami Beach beginning with the school year 19 68-69,a move dances successful. And they were successful! In order to include major emphasis for bringing the impact of black culture into
that would "Integrate" our school and at the same time help to as nuay black students in on the dances as possible, Stu- the curriculm was in the area of the Social Studies. In planningthe
fill some of the empty classrooms we had. This move would dent C o u n c i 1 paid for busses to transport the student from new school year, successful efforts were made to Include
also bring soma relief to the overcrowded conditions existingat Miami to the Ida Fisher Jr.High School gym i n the night of the Black History and the contributions of black Americans into the
the school the black children would have been attending.First dance. This was done for all of the half-dozen school dances whole curriculm. Whenever-possible,there was an incorporation -
word of the integration plan came in the late s p r lug of held that school year. In fact, at our King-Queen Dance, a of many aspects of black culture into all the disciplines.In .
1968. black student was crowned King (the elected representative of all areas, curricular and extra-curricular,all segmentsof
Some of the faculty expressed approval of the move by the the whole student body) and a white girl was crowned Queen. the educational community and parents worked together to
Board of Education, others voiced the typical concerns; "The In anattempttohelpcomplementallthatwas already done to make the first year of integration at Fisher a rewarding and
standards would go down", or"...discipline would fall apart." delvelop healthy inter-group relations at school,a pilot project meaningful experience.The studentsat. Fisher proved that bas-
To dispell some of the rumors that were being passed along, contracted by the Dade County Board of Public Instruction was slcally most young people are not prejudiced towards studentsto
the Principal at Fisher called a faculty meeting and facts took instituted. Under the direction of a few human relations other races or ethnic groupsaridthose who were able to
hold. He advised us that there would be about 200 black stu- trainer personnel, four groups of six students, one groupof Identify their prejudices were able to understand and cope with
dents coming to our'school for thenextschool year. This twelve parents and two groups of six teachers were orga- them when given the assistance they needed. The students,
number would be added to the present enrollment of appox- nized on the basis of diversified backgrounds---race,religionand with the cooperation and good intentions of their parents, helped
imately 550, of which 23% were Cuban or Spanish-pea k1 n g national origin with some stated objectives as follows; accomplish the" integration" of a white school in the
children. Black students would be bussed into Miami Beach by 1. Help members become more effective on a Inter-group manner proudly exemplifing the whole concept of "equality of
request of their parents. Since the black students would haveto Relations Council opportunity."
arise early in the morning to catch the school bus, coming to 2. Assistparticipantsinlooklngatpersonalattitudesas At Ida M. Fisher Jr. High School, the groundwork for
Fisher would be an added responsibility on them. Therefore, being relevant to creating healthy inter-group relations integration was properly laid. This groundwork emphasized,
coming to Fisher had to be a voluntary endeavor. Other pointsof climate: in the school setting parental, faculty, student and administrative planning and lrrplenmtation ..
infer maton were made clear by the principal such as: how 3. To provide a controlled setting where an openconfrontation together with equal representation for the new
many students per grade level would be enrolled, the procedurefor type of dialogue could take place as the group inter- incoming black students. In fact, last Aprila member of the
their integration within the already existing white classes acted. Health, Education and Welfare team,after a fact-finding inves-
and the type of after school activities available to all students The students groups mot for twenty- four and one-half.: tigation of desegregation the Dade County Schools said that
which would help promote integration" on the social level. hour sessions and the adult groups met fourteen, one and one of all the integrated schools in which bussing of children from
To insure the correct dissemination I of inforamation to half hour sessions. The effort to use techniques of group dis- ghetto areas was factor, Ida Fisher Jr. High is probably one,
parents in the communtiy,a Parent-Teacher Association meet- cussion employing trained leaders helped to create spirit of of the best, if not the most successfully integrated school in the
ing was called. At this meeting some feelings were high, both open, sincere discussion among: the members participating in South Eastern section of the United States I
pro and con regarding bussing and integration. One white
teacher expressed the opinion that she was thankful that she
could at last teach a representative group of children of allr .....ee .e .... e.. .... .. ... ..... .....e '
a c e s, and she was pleased that students could begin to know ATTENTION! PARENTS ATTENTION!

how to live and work together, regardless of race. A black Now you have a lovely Day Care Center AUTO INSURANCELow l '"
teacher assured parents that he taught only children and did not 'TEN NY WEN NY" Premium Rates ,: ....
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The day in September a r rive d and about 200 black students .,
arrived at Fisher by school busses. (Prior to this, there was
an orientation program for new students that they could become At R. J. Reynolds we don't
somewhat familiar with the physical lay-out of the building -
and the new schedules found in a Junior high school.) Since train people for jobs
provisions had been made to as sis tin the integration of min- ,
ority race students into a majority race s c h 0 0 I,the arriving
start them
t Black;) students were not segragated as a group in a white f we
school, bat rather they were Integrated within the white classses. .
Most white students showed great interest ia this new on careers
event Said Student Council leader several months later
one Moil anybody will give you a Job.
"When I first heard of.the plan''to bring Negroes to Fisher, I But at R.J.Reynolds we've long recognizedour
was both happyandsurprised. At first there were a few small commitment to equal'opportunity,
problems, but they were soon resolved.;' and we've been doing something about It.
'Working on the premise that no sd ootcould have'suc essful' r ,1, Something thal't reaMhat's .. >.
integration without equal representation by the Blacks, my producing '...UUI.R. .
principal and I, as Student Council Advisor, arranged for a .J.Reynolds'people have more
special election to be held for the bussed-in students. These than a Job;'they have a career
students elected approximately,,tea students become Execu- .. opportunity with a bright and
"u9' future.And back
rewarding we
tive Advisor to the already erected S t u d e n t Council. (Student up
what we say with the best training
Council; elections, are routinely held late in the school year and we can provide.Regardless .
Fisher held elections before the confimation of the integration
of color, promotion and
plan.) Those elected officials were integrated into the regular additional training lor promotion goei
Student Council with executive status. Also, as is the custom, to the worker with the most seniority.
home room presidents are elected in September to be class representative Here Is hpw It is:
on the Student Council. This brought additional It Is 700 summer Jobs right now
representation of the black students who were elected in their t 4 11111 ol every 4 jobs lor Blacks
home rooms). r It Is everybody starling at the same'level.'
In order to keep communication channels open at all levels, s t Were proud our program gives /
Student Council created a Student, Faculty, Administration so many young career-minded
Communications group (SFAC) whose function was todiscussany t people the chance to reach
legitimate grievance or recommendation that might be pre- s for a better life.And that's why
sented by any member of the school community regarding integration we say:"Start a career" at
at Fisher. This diverse and multi-ethnic, multi- R. J. Reynolds.

racial group also discussed other problems relating to the cur- '
riculm, school rules and regulations, and problems of human / _
relations. s
SFAC was successful in negotlatint with the principal a '
change in bus schedules for the black students. Now black stu- \ % 4 -. .
dents would have the option of returning home right after v 1.
>' ,
school programs which were available. Many black children y

wanted to get right home, change, relax,or help their working s ,
parents. Before the change of schedule all black students had
to wait after school for their busses for nearly one hour,
whether they participated in after-schoolactivitiesornot.
This wait resulted in groups of tired, hot students, who didooi
want after school activities, marking time before they got
home. Open discussion and rational examination of the bus situation l
by the student body representatives and the administration rz'A'" f,f
led to a more realistic bus policy. Constructive activismon
the part of all concerned resulted Inconclusions that were
.more meaningful and enduring. /
The Parent-Teacher Association under the able leadershipof : y 1peltJr y
an enlightened local attorney, also showed their good inten- f4
tions by Immediate constructive actions. By vote of the PTA /
Board, two vice-presidents and a co-chairman of every com- N
mittee was opened to be filled by parents of the new black students 48
By October 17,a little over a month since the beginningof
school, the election was completed and the president of the ./: 'q, eyhoids thihgs *m on tne move
PTA had wisely utilized the resources, knowledge adviseof And Subsitfuriss Tobacco'Product*
black the school the ( .Mi-Product*; bl'ipirtK.lfi| the parents. Throughout year, PTA | .
Y I .i. P'1' tJlK| k.ii"'' W.rBl '
helped in all school activities, morally and materially,addingto
the success of the integration program.


22 THE MIAMI TIMES, Friday, October 3, 1969 RANGEis
WILLIE McCALL of 1232N JOSEPH D. BERRY, of 1200 survived by a daughter,Do- '

W, 1st Place No. 23, died NW 57th St. died Sept. 16 at rothy Davis; two sons, Mose i

I I CARDS MEMORIALS DEATHS I Sept. 21, at Jackson Memorial Jackson Memorial Hospital. Russell Clarke, Jr seven and grandchildrenand Theodore R,

Hospital. Survivors include, Survivors include: one son, ;
two sisters, Gwendolyn
_m___ _____Tm__ _______ _______u___ wife, Mary; one daughter,Annie James; three sisters-in-law, Russell and VeraSmith. Fune-
Lois Services were con- Mildred Gibson, Louise Yar-
I IN MEMORIAMIn IN MEMORIAMIn THANK YOU ducted Thursday at 1 p.m. in berg and Ethel Brown; three ral services will be held onSaturday at
Oct. 4th a.m.
memory of loving memory of our Mrs. Mamie Mallory of 1116 the Liberty City Chapel. brothers-in-law, Floyd Gib- the St. ,Agnes Episcopal,

wife and mother NW 51st Terrace wishes to MRS. MARIE SCOTT, of son, Bernard Yarberg, Daniel She will lie in reposeat
thank each one for their dif- 2000 NW 68th st, No. 10, died Brown; one aunt, Mary; four Church.

ferent kindness during her Sept. 21 at Jackson Memorial grands, Allen, Shorn, Rolsen. her residence on Friday,
after 5 .
hour of bereavement. A spec- Hospital. Survivors Include: Services were held from St. p.m.PETER of
ial thanks to Mrs H. Sargentand two daughters, Mmes Willie Matthews Baptist Church on ,
family of 23rd Ave., My Mae Kelley and Lottie M. Monday, Sept. 22. 4821 NW 5th AvenuediedSept.28th .
at his home Mr.
{51st Terr: neighbors and all Jones; one brother, Wallace JOHN W. WILLIAMS, 2051
: boards at Greater Bethel Scott two sisters-in-law, Street survived by his wife, El-
my ; NW 63rd No. 7 was
\I. ", vira a son, Alton, a daughter,
: A.M.E. Church. Mmes. Mannie Hills and Ola shipped to Valdosta,Ga where ;
fr t'xtMKM "
"& three' brothers Roose-
Judy ,
IF M. Jones; grands, greatgrand funeral services and burial

; ". '1: RICHARDSONWILLIE nephews, one son-in- will be held. Among his sur- velt, James and Solomon;
three sisters Ruby Hanna,
," law James Kelley. Remainswere
or.M' vivors are one son Vicky
91 P+M : ; Dorothy McFadden and Anniep
+ shipped to Brunswick, five sisters: Margaret Rob-
Ga. Saturday at 9 a.m. inson Hollimon Miami Jenkins. Funeral services
t Ruby
; will be held Saturday Oct. 4
'i TOMMIE of 6791
1.. : ; NW 22nd Avenue HORNE, No. 16, died Williams Maxine Farland and Estella, Calif.Powell;; Mary, 1:00 p.m. in the Range chapel

MRS. CHRISTINA PALMERwho .t. Sept. 21. Survivors include his Valdosta, Ga.; two brothers, MRS. CHRISTINE LUSTER
.. WHITEHEAD of 2545 NW 56th
departed this life Oct. 1, wife: Juanita; mother, Mrs. Bobbie and Willie Frank; two
1968.A !. ._, Street, Apt. A, died Sept. 28th,
.'if" Nellie Floyd; four sons, T, J. aunts and three uncles
PVT, LEON RUMPH loving smile we loved to see <, .: Jim, Nathaniel,and Terry; two MR. L. C. WALLACE of at the Treasure Isle Conva-
who departed this life Oct 3 voice loved is still lescent Home. She is sur-
And a we 'Lit!; daughters: Carolyn and She- 4050 SW 20th St. diedSept. 25,
1968. A place is vacant in our home quita; one brother,James; one at Veterans Hospital. Survi- vived by her mother, Mrs.Ab-
Eternal rest, grant unto him Which never can be filled. ;f) 'I< sister, Mrs. Lorene Lane. vors include wife Mozell two bie Goddard; two sisters, Leo-

0 Lord. And may the perpetual Some may thing you are for it. Final rites for Mr.Home were sisters Lula, Cooper: and Hat-; la Operheim and Lillie Mae

light shine upon him. Maybe gotten, though on earth you are held In Statesboro, Ga. tie Williams, one brother Gus. Levy; two aunts: Palestine
; ,
rest in peace. no more, but in memory you f ARTHUR JACKSON, of Funeral arrangements are in- Young and Georgia Mae Oden;

Gone, but not forgotten.Mrs. are with us, as always as you HENRY SMITH, a 12195 SW 17th St., Goulds, complete. John T. and Emory Simmons;

were before. long time resident of Miami, died Sept. 22, at the House of JESSIE DUKE BROWN JR. a cousin, Frances Williams.

Mary Manuel, mother died Saturday, Sept. 27th in a Sossin. Survivors include his Better known as Passqualy, ) Funeral services will be held
Mr. and Mrs. Sam Jackson Sadly missed by: local hospital. Mr. Smith re- wife, Arlene; two sons,Arthur of Flint, Michigan, died Sept. Saturday, Oct. 4th, 3:30 p.m.

And Family Christie Palmer, husband sided at 139 NW 12th Street. Jr., Solomon; five daughters: 26. Miami address: 1301 NW In the Range chapel.

Mrs. Flossie Wilson,daugh. Funeral services will be held Lydia Holmes, D, Mae, Deb- 45th St. Survivors include, OACAR BENTLEY of 1212

IN MEMORIAMIn Raymond Palmer, son Saturday, Sept. 4th at 11 am. bie, Lizzie Jackson, and Mary wife: Betty; parents, Mr. and NW First Avenue, Apt. 12,
in New Primitive brothersinlaw died Sept. 27 in Jackson Me-
Hope Bap- Hightower; two Mrs. Jessie Duke Brown, Sr.,
memory of CARD OF THANKSThe tist Church, Rev. H, C, Sam- Bernard Holmes and Ben- two sisters, Shirley and Betty moral Hospital. Mr. Bentleyis

uels, officiating Survivors Include jamin Hightower; two sisters, Brown; one niece: Tan gala. survived by his wife, Don-

family of the late two daughters: Mrs Mrs Lizzie Bethel and Mrs. Remains will be shipped hereto nie; a daughter,Frances Win-

MRS. THELMA GROVESwho Charlie Mae Culpepper and Lydia Cooper; one brother, the House of Albert chapel ters; two sons, Oscar and

departed this life Sept. Mrs Norma Jean Hall; his Walter; one grand daughter; Wednesday, Oct. 1. Clyde; a brother, Roosevelt

20th, 1969 would like to take father, Mr. Walter Smith ; one grandson. Services were MRS. DARNELLA GAFF- Bentley; seven sisters: Carrie

this method to express their four grandchildren; two sis- held from New Bethel AME, NEY of 800 NW 64th Street, Bridwell, Elizabeth Wilson,
ters Mrs. Cora Martin and Rebecca Williams,Annie Tan-
heartfelt thanks for all formsof Saturday died Sept. 28, at Jackson Me-
kindness shown them during Mrs. Viola Jones; three aunts, MRS MARY MARTHA morial Hospital.Survivors include ner, Patsylee A. Payne, Cora

their recent hour of bereave- one uncle, one sister-in-law, HICKS of 10800 SW 222 Dr., husband, Elbert; one Radcliff and Charlie Mae

ment. Thanks to everyone for nieces, nephews, other rela- died Sept. 18th Survivors include son TheronElllsfour grands, Johnson; eight grandchildren,
cards, letters, telegrams and tives and friends a husband: James; one Ronald Donald Patricia and and one great-grandchild.Re-
floral expressions. Thanks to son, James III; parents, Mr. Richard one sister, Mamie mains will be shipped to Tal-
various church and Special Death NoticeMr. and Mrs Roosevelt Takes; Richardson; two brothers lahassee, Fla. for final rites.
; ,
1>,' thanks to Mt.Sinai Baptist mother-in-law Alease Davis, JUDGE HENRY H.ARRING-
Joseph Johnson died Benjamin and James Harris.
Church and members for ser- September 16 in Glades Gen- of Newport Va.j, two brothers,- Reposing begins-Thursday- TON, of 1790 NW 55th Terrace
died Sept.. 26th. He is sUrvivedby
vices rendered during this Roosevelt Jr, and Johnnie
r eral Hospital In Belle Glade, 3 p.m. in the Liberty City
time i God bless each of Tukes of Ft. Lauderdale Fla. his wife, Geraldine; a son,
MRS. MILDRED ROLLE May Fla. He was the son of the late ; chapel. Remains will be
who departed this life Oct. 3,: you. Again thanks to everyone. Mr. and Mrs Robert George' five sisters: Frances Harris, shipped to Bowling Green, Fla. Henry, HI; a daughter, Robin;

1967. The Groves family Johnson (Jessie Ann Sawyer) Juliett Tukes,Jeanette Tukes, Friday. his parents, Mr. and Mrs An-
Fanny Ruth Tukes and Amy B. drew J. Arrington, Sr.; and
Sadly missed by: early pioneer family of Coco- CLARANCE GARLAND, of
Jonathan Rolle, husband CARD OF THANKSThe nut G r o v e. His twin brother Tukes; one sister=in-lawEdith 361 NW 7th St. No. 14, diedat three brothers, Andrew, Jr.,

Richard M. Rolle, son Thadeus preceeded him In Banks; brother, Nathaniel Jackson Memorial Hospital. William and Robert. Funeral
and family family of the late death. Banks, Hampton, Va.; twobro- Survivors Include wife, Eve- services were conducted on
PVT DONNIE JENNINGSwish Monday 10 a.m at the Mt.
thers-in-law Fitchett ,
Funeral services were heldIn Leroy lyn; one sister, OctarviaGarland -
CARD OF THANKSThe to thank our many friends and Robert Rose also of Zion Baptist Church'Follow-
the Taylor Funeral Home ; one brother Gar-
and for their kind-
neighbors services his remains
20 inter- Hampton, Va.; grandmother, land. incomplete ing ,
family of the late chapel September Arrangements are -
ness during our bereavement.
to Fla.
were shipped Tampa
Amy Tukes four uncles, se- ,
in the Port ;
ment Mayaco .
:i...... Thanks for the food, cards, for burial.
ven aunts,four nieces,and five
Cemetery. The family wishesto HARRY SIDNEY OF 1390
and most of all
thank all friends and neigh- nephews. Funeral services NW 52nd Street, died Sept.,13 ,
.x prayers, letters, and tele- 2413 NW 66th St. died as the
were held Thursday from
bors for their kindnesses dur- at Cedars of Lebanon Hospital
grams. result of an auto accident. Mr.
Martin Memorial AME.
ing his Illness and death. Survivors include one daugh-
Special thanks to Mr. Speed Taylor Is survived by three
and the Sr. Mixed Chorus of Laura Swain and Mrs. Mary ter, Perrilce Waters; one son, nices Mmes. Mamie Warren

Jackson Sr. High School, the (Sister) Rebecca J, Gibson Louise Hudson; one uncle, Mr. Harry, Jr.; two nieces, Nancy Winifred, Douglas and Leona,

Range Funeral Home and staff. Brother Lewis H, JohnsonSr. Edward Holmes; one aunt, Dawkins and Josephine Range; Davis. Funeral services were

Thanks to all the churches and ., a host of relatives and Mrs. Georgia Hurmes and three nephews, Emmett Sid- held Tuesday, 3 p.m. at the,
friends. other ney, Warren Lamar, and Al-
clubs relatives.
our pastor, Rev. A. Mt. Tabor Baptist Church.
Handle St. Matthew MASTER ROBERT WHITE berta Glymph. Services were
Baptist Church, and to all his (foster son of Mr and Mrs. held Friday, 4 pm.lathe Lib- 1317 NW 2nd Ave. Apt.10 died

school friends. May God bless THEODORE F. NEAL, of John H. Williams), of 15101 erty City chapel. -at Jackson Memorial Hospital.

_.... o_ "" _....--- you all and, forever keep you 2285 SW 109th Court, Goulds, Tyler St., Richmond Heights, RANGE Mr. Threat is survived by his

In his care.Bernlze died Sept. 27th. Remains will died Sept. 27th. Funeral ser- ," "j wife, Janie Mae; a son; two
JOSEPH HENRY SAWYER be to vices will be held Friday Oct. ,
shipped Safety Harbor, : sisters: Louise McKinney and
wishes to thank their many Jennings, mother Fla. on Friday, Oc. 3rd for 3rd at 4 p.m. at Bethel Bap- Geneva Battle; two broters:

friends and neighbors for their Alexander Jennings, Sr., final rites and burial Remains tist Church in Richmond. Remains Joseph and Sam Threat. His

cards, telegrams,beautiful father will repose In Fla. City at St. will repose in the chapel remains were shipped to St.

floral pieces, visits, prayers, Alexander Jr., Anthony L. Matthews Holiness Church beginning beginning 3 p.m. on Thursday Augustine, Fla. for burial and
and their acts of kindness during
and Christophers, at 5 p.m.on Thursday, until 8 a.m. on Friday. Remains services.
hours of bereavement.Mrs. .
our brothers until 12 noon Friday. Survi- will repose in the
SP/5 ALLEN CAIN of 1020
Edith Sawyer, wife vors Include his wife: Betty; church beginning at 9 a.m. on NW 50th Street was killed inaction
Joseph H. Sawyer, Jr., son 1 NORTHSIDEMRS. two sons, Roosevelt and Theo- Friday until funeral time Fri-
in Vietnam. Allen is
Mrs. Loraine S. Hadley, dore day afternoon. Survivors Include
Jr.; seven daughters: survived by his wife Josephine
daughter ALICE FAIR of 152 Shirley, Jeanette, Lucretia, his parents: Mr. and his mother ,
Regina Robinson, grand- 1/2 NW 8th St. died at her Thedosie, Rhonda, Goretha, Mrs. Sylvester White; one Victoria; Miller and stepfather,

daughter home Sept. 17. She Is survi- and Priscilla; parents: Mr. brother, one sisters; two fos- CLIFF BAKER of 3162 NW Joseph Miller. Services were

ved by one sister, two nephews and Mrs. Roy Neal; nine bro- ter brothers, other relativesand 47th St. died Sunday, Sept. 28, held Wednesday 3 at the
CARD OF THANKS and one niece.Services thers; five sisters and other friends. at his home. Mr.Baker is sur- Jordan p.m.
Grove M. B. Church.
The family of the late were held Saturday in the relatives. LEWIS LA CONT, of 2321 vived by his wife, Dorothy; a

MRS. ALLENE EDWARDSwho chapel. CHARLES HOLMES, of 6281 NW 73rd Terrace died Sept. daughter, Mary Edwards; a

departed this life Sept. 9.,, JAMES PEDICAN of 1755 SW 58th Court, South Miami, 28th at Jackson Memorial step-daughter, Delores Williams -

1969 wish to express our sincere NW 65th St., died at Jackson died Sept. 28th. Funeral ser- Hospital. Funeral services -* and step-son, Norman

thanks to those who wen j Hospital Sept. 16. He Is surer vices will be held Sat., Oct.4, will be held Saturday, Oct. 4, Love; two grandchildren,Cliff PROPHET

so kind and helpful during oi : vived by two nieces, one sister 4 p.m. In the chapel. Remains 12 noon at Mt. Pleasant Bap- B. Edwards and Erlynn Rho- BILLY WYNDER

i hour of bereavement. You:. of Nassau and a host of will repose In the chapel beginning tist Church, Goulds, with Rev driguez; a brother, Felix Cha- "The Man of God"

cards, letters, telegrams,, friends. Services were held on 2 p.m. on Friday until A, H. Lockett, officiating Re- vis and a sister, Mrs. Leola Has a message (for those

beautiful flowers and othel Monday In the chapel. funeral time Saturday afternoon mains will repose in the chapel Gary Funeral services will be that are in ne.d.1f you need

acts of kindness were well pANDREW THOMAS of 1300 Survivors Include his beginning 2 p.m. Friday until conducted on Thursday, Oct. help write "Let not your

predated. NW 41st St., died Tuesday, wife, Carrie; two sons: funeral time on Saturday Survivors 2nd, 3:30 p.m. at the Mt. Zion heart be troubled." Send

Sept. 24 at Jackson Hospital.He Charles and Clarence Lee; include his wife, Cleo- Baptist Church, Rev. EdwardT stamp and donation to:
The Family: Is survived by two nephews parents: Mr. and Mrs. Que- lar; two sons, Ronald and Do- Graham will deliver the
Mr and Mrs. Melvin Jackson one well known nephew of this bell Holmes; four brothers: nald; four daughters: Sandra, eulogy. BILLY WYNDER

city, Andrew Thomas and Leroy, Quebell, George and Leonal, Annie Francis and MRS. LOUISE MOSS of 4929 P. 0. Box 1236

Mr. and Mrs. Arthur other relatives.Services were Audrey; three sisters; Mrs. Clementine; two brothers; Ed- NW 23rd Ave.died at the Jack- Ft. Lauderdale, Flo. 33311
McQueen held Tuesday in the chapel. Margaret Williams, Mrs. die and Leon La Cont. son Manor Nursing Home She

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THE MIAMI TIMES, Friday, October 3, 1969 23

t. Census Countdown Elks Lodge News I

f Round About
I Il 1970.Census Then Day Census will be Countdownwill April 1, Atlas Lodge No. 308 will

bring you informationfrom have another busy month.
Talk and about the United Sunday, October 121969.
l States Bureau of the Census. Atlas Lodge No.308 along with
BY JIMMY "SCOOP" BETHEL Median income figures for Liberty Lodge who Is the 1969
-- Host will
blacks in America are consistently Lodge
MAN ABOUT TOWN-HARLEM was TuesdaySept.23rd lower than figures_ for Memorial Day" with
when the NY police came in Army force to Harlem's 125th white workers. One factor that services at Grace Presbyterian
Street and evicted the squatters from the site of the proposedGov. keeps the median low is the Church.
Rockerfeller's state office building. The squatters are heavy concentration of blacksin Friday evening, October 17,
made up of militant groups led by the Black Panthers, pro- low-paying jobs. About two Atlas sponsors the""Annual
testing out right against the state putting its office building inHarlme. of every five black men and Scholarship Dance. Titled,
"A Night Out With The Elks"
For three months, members of this community coa- more than half ofallblackwomen -
lition occupied the site ( in a campout style) on 125th Street who work are service and f e a t u r i n g,Dance,Show,
Big Name Attractions
between 7th and Lenox Avenues They vowed that the state workers, laborers, or farm plus Lo-
cal Talent this
building will not go up. The coalition group even put up their workers. promises tobe ,
SAN ANTONIO-Alrmin Ty- SAN ANTONIO-Airman Josh I the affair of the season. Tickets I
own occupational flag, The Black Panther,of course.This was
rone L. Williams,son of Mr.& Knight, son of Mr. and Mrs, done in military style to sow victory. About Sept. 12th, the Forty-one percent of all available at the Rest or
Mrs. Cleo Williams Sr. of Tommy Knight of 6731 SW 62ndA I Police Tactical squad raided the site,took down the flag of the black working males hold from the brothers.
15935 NW 22nd Court, Opa- ve., South Miami, has com- I Panthers and left a 24 hour daily changing guard to protect these jobs, compared with 18 Thursday October 30, the
locka, Fla., has completed pleted basic training at Lad k the waving U. S. flag. The police did allow them to stay there percent of the white males. Sunshine Committee with Bro
basic training atLacklandAFB land AFB, Tex. He has beerassignedtoChanuteAFB I until Sept. 23, that's when they put the squatters out. Ever Fifty-three percent of the ther L. B, Johnson sponsor a"
black females fall into these .
Tex He has been assigned ,I since then, 125th Street has been like a Bomb" ready to blow "Pre-Holloween Dance.
to Chanute AFB, HIfor! m., for training as a fire pro at any second. An army of Black militants lined up on one side job categories, compared with This will be held at the rest.
training in the aircraft equipment tection specialist Airmail 21 percent of the whites fe- Titled "Annual MasqueradeBall"
I ,
of 125th Street and an army of police on the other. The bars,
maintenance field. Air- Knight, a graduate of South nite clubs and theatres on 125th Street closed early. Just as males.In and it will be just that.

man Williamsisal968 graduate west High School, attended I the sun begins setting, all the stores start closing and locking the area of professional, Favors, horns etc. Proceeds!
of Miami Carol C ity Sr. Miami Dade South Junior College their iron gates. The Palm Cafe and theApollo Theatre man- managerial, technical, cleri- will help purchase a TV in time
High School. agement claimed their business losses are very heavy, like cal and sales lobs tha r A r e s for the 1969 World's Series.
all the other businessmen. Jackie Robinson (baseball great) are completely reversed. Last meeting brought forth
I Miami Soldier Dies In VietnamThe was on the 125th Street scene trying to keep the racial tension Eighteen percent of the work- 11 new members.
ing b la c k males fall in these Sick call: Brother Zeke
from flaring into a riot. Robinson did go to the aid of quite a
death of Spec. 5 A 11 e n 1967 graduate of Northwest few whites, who were having trouble with some of the young categories, compared with 41 Brady in the Hialeah Hospital
Cain, 22,of non-hostile causesin High S c h o o 1 and entered the blacks. Like there was this 65-year-old white man. Eddie percent of the whites.The percentages Brother Walter Evans at

Vietnam has been announcedby service the next year. Jackson, being hit by a barage of rocks as he walked along for females are 30 Mercy Hospital
the Pentagon. Besides his wife, SpecialistCain 125th Street. Robinson moved right in to break it up. Livingston percent for blacks and 63 per-
Specialist Cain's wife, the is survived by his mother -, Wingate, New York's Urban League president, was also cent for whites. r ( ,

former Josephine Cochran of Mrs. Victorls Cain, ol on the scene, trying to reach Gov. Rockefeller (which he did- ,
This week's Census Count-
1020 NW 50th St.,said her hus- 10890 NW 17th St.; a brother, n't succeed in doing). As former assistant to Gov. Rockefeller -
band was listed as missing Jimmy of Durham,N.C.;three Jackie could have gotten him with no kind of trouble. Jesse down was reprinted from the

Sept. 16, when a helicopter in sisters, Bertha and Betty, of Gray, former rent strike boss, was arrested with nine others leaflet, "We the Black"Peopleof ,'" ..-
the United States. For a
which he was flying caught Miami, and Mrs. Elvia Davis, in the earlier conflict, later eight more for brick throwing..
fire. His death was confirmed of Goulds. It was asked, could it be possible that Jackie Robinson is still free copy write Census,Wash ==
ington, D.C., 20233.
Sunday. on Rockefeller's payroll,as he underdover agent?He was righton
The serviceman had been a eai,, tllsll time. r ,-
helicopter mechanic in Viet
nam for 10 months. He was a r

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249 NW 9th Street, a resident mie L. Lewis Jr., son of Mrs,t Taylor recording star, "Who's Making Love to Your Old -

of Miami for more than 60 Lucy Lewis of 425 NW 13th St.; Lady" arrested in Nassau on dope charges a few weeks ago. u MR. LESTER ALBERT. Owner. ,,
years, died at the Fountainhead Miami, has completed basic' He claims it had to be a plant (for publicity) because he Is A funeral serviceyou will always remember,

Nursing Home on Sept. training at Lackland AFB,,1 innocent of such doings Pretty Talaya (that Trenton, N. J> r because of a loved one can never forget
25th. Survivors include three Tex. He has been assigned t<' model a pretty thing. At the NY Broadway roundtable niter I
sisters, Mable Daniels, Mar- Sheppard AFB, Tex., fro club, where Willis Jackson and Chuck Jackson were headlining so you may rest assured when you call the
guritte Davis and Cleomie training in aircraft main' last week, everyone thought they were brothers. What a show House of Albert, If the spirit is right, it is

Bloomfield; two nieces, Whil- tenence. Airman Lewis is a,1 that was! Michael Williams (He's Pony Williams teen son) the first step up towards heaven.
mena Jennings and Whitlean 1969 graduate of Miami Jack could become a shining knight of Miami with the right guid-
Butler. Services were held on son High School. His father. ance. The kid from NW 166th St., Opa-locka. Gladys Knight House of AlbertWhere
Tuesday, Sept. 30th, 10 a.m.at Hommte L. Lewis, resides al t t 1 and the Pips, "Nitty Gritty" dedicated to Clarence William
the St. Peter's American Catholic 3344 NW 17th Court,Fort Lau- Turners, (she's the former Sarah Mae Mitchell). Nov.2 marks service begins and never ends

Church. derdale, Fla.PRIMARY their first wedding anniversary Smokey Robinson and the THREE LOCATIONS TO SERVE YOU
MRS. MIRIAM L. CASH, of Miracles and "Doggone Right" we want to see andhear more
4831 SW 21st Street 'died at of Cute Lil Della Heumphrey ..To that pretty Manasha model
Memorial Hospital in Holly- SCHOOL Ann Davis, it's the Delfonics, "You Got Yours, and Pll Get 691.7661 685-3533 233-2810

wood. She is survived by her Primary "C" Community Mine" "Mother popcorn" singer James Brown to film
two and star in the Life Armstrong the only fighter
husband, Mertland; daughters School is pleased to announce Story Henry ,
Beatrice Cash andSarah to hold three championships at one time, he Is also in the
classes in beginners Spanish
Lockett; a brother, Willis French, New Math for parents, boxing Hall of Fame. I am often asked about that former night ATTENTION!
Cash;a sisterGertrude Mims; and Leadership Training club entertainer Joyce Bryant. The Isley Brothers "Was It
four grandchildren;two great which will Include simple Good to You", Pretty Mae Bell Wallace (Mays High) To
grandchildren. Funeral services Parliamentary Procedures. Andrea Erwin, (Edison) it's Marvin Gaye and "Thats; the If You're fromGeorgia
is' friends of distinction (Victor) "Let
were held Saturday, Don't miss this opportunityfor Way Love ". The
Sept. 28th at the Central Mis- Self-Improvement and En- Yourself Go" and "Going in Circles" dedicated Demetrius
sionary Baptist Church in richment. Contact Mr.Franklin Smith, Carol City "most popular boy. This is Scoop Bethel
West Hollywood, Fla. Clark, Community School saying time and tide wait for no man. C-U-NX-WK.

MRS. ANNIE CHISOLM of Director at 757 NW 66 Street,

10125 West indigo Street, Per- or telephone 8360012.You or West Florida

rise, died at Mercy Hospital. still may come and register -
Among her survivors Includea for adult basic educa-

daughter, Mrs.Edna Collins. tion and high school equivalency -
Remains were shipped to Sanford entitledto
classes- ... .- You are
Florida where services Your '
were held. '

HAMMINGSANDREW American WoodmenTheSupreme TO MO. PROFITS & PRESTIGE Special Death


of 440 NW 10th Stretdiedsud- lorado will be in Miami on Oct. BUSINESS IN

denly at home on Sept. 28th. 14th, 15th & 16th. : 1.....
There will be a meeting of Jzeiut1t
; irne
He leaves to mourn his wife: __
Camps #84 and #37 on October
Pauline Thompson;his one father daugh- 16th at The Elks Home, 4949 CALL US TODAY! further information
ter, Beverly Ann; ,
Howard Thompson; four sis- NW 7th Avenue, time 8 p.m.
15 Ave
6530 NW
ters; Augusta, Lucille, and All American Woodman are
Mrs. Rosalie Spencer of asked to please be present. 691-0421

Brooklyn. Other relatives and Vera A. Wilson, Clerk Camp Call 691-7661
friends. Funeral services will 13'1WllU

be held on Saturday. Oct. 4, m McAllister, I
2 p.m. in the chapel. Commander



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St. John Nazarene Rev. J, W. Dunn, pastorN Rev. Ernest Williams, pastor Rev. J. Torrence, pastor ,
T. Green, reporterThe Alice Harris, reporter Ossie Harris, reporter (
ChurchThe pastor, officers and Orders are now being taken!I Saturday, Oct. 4, at 2 p.m. 'I
members wish to thank Rev. for home made cakes,you may there will be a car wash at the "

st, John Nazarene p, W, Williams and congregation place your order by calling church, 1952 NW 52nd St., the ;;
Church cordially invite you to for the use of their baptism Mrs. Harris at 696-4086. trustee board is the sponsor. "

attend their first Women's pool on last Tuesday Tickets are now on sale fora The second Sunday at 3 p.m. ',

Day program Sunday, Oct. 5, night. night in Nassau, the second I the Deaconess and Mother ,,

''' Mrs. Bennett and Mrs. Ellis Saturday In October, see Mrs. Board will give a Guest Day, $;
are asking all members to Harris for tickets. Rev. Nickerson and congre-

please have all ads and names The women's day committeeis gation from Mt. Oliver will be

in for our book on Sunday, Oct. sponsoring a trip to Key in charge. f I.
app linn Jn (Dlurrl) ) SuuDau 12.Mrs. West Saturday, the bus will 1 On the fourth Sunday at 3

Ida Clements and Mrs. leave the church at 6am. Pur- p.m. the Trustee Board will
NEW Effie Williams are asking all chase a ticket from any of the, have a Building Fund Day,Rev. ,
HOPE NEW MACEDONIA the women to begin paying on ladies of the church. Hickmod and his congrega-

Rev. H. C. Samuels, pastor I wish to take this opportunity your pledge. Women's Day Is The crowning of little Miss tion from Sunrise will be in

Patricia Gowen, reporter to congragulate and com the second Sunday in November New Bethel will take place at charge'of services.

mend the Deacones Board on the church Oct 12, at 4 p.m.

Monthly conferance will beheld i their most unique and elaborate Brother Leroy Edwards isin the White Rose Gospel Sing- MT. CARMEL
affair. It Jackson Memorial:> Hospital. ers will appear as guest on the I
Wednesday night at 8:00: )I was truly a sightto 4 ,
p.m. please come out businessof ; beholdl! The Deacones Board program. Rev. D. A. Bradley,pastor

Importance. wish to thank each and every- EBENEZER Louise McHriff. renorter'

We are Invited to worship lone who helpedmadethisaf- MT TABOR The No. 4 and 5 Ushers'

with Mt. Olive P.B.Church, on( ary a tremendous success ,, Rev. A. D, Hall, pastorE. Board thank everyone who
Thursday night at 8:00p.m. The Male Chorus would like Ingram, reporter Rev. James W. Hendon.pastor turned out with them on their
'The pastor Is asking thatall I to thank each and everyone who Sunday, the observance of Wilhelmina B. Sandsreporter anniversary. I

officers, ushers, and the membership he 1 p e d make their Anniver- 3 p.m. Guest speaker will 1 World Wide Communion Sun- The pastor and congregation
of the church ;Join sary a tremendous s u c cess. be Missionary Louise? Knapp. day. Sharing the sacrament in The annual Men's Day was will be at Greater New Bethel

him at the church. Special thanks to the choirs, Subject: "Woman Behold, I[: the world fellowship of Chris- officially announced on Sun Baptist Church on Monday
Sunday is the first Sunday. groups and participants who Stand at the Door and Knock." tians. A special offering goes day. Mr. Nathaniel Norwoodwas night after the first Sunday.

We are asking that you come i participated on the programs. The church is located at: to the Fellowship of Suffering elected as chairman for The No. 1 Ushers' Board

out and parttake in the Lord's: The Pastor would like to 1476 NW 58th Terrace. and Service. One half of the receipts the second time, goal for this will have their annual calen-
Supper. thank all who supported him in Sister A.Anderson is chair support the church's drive is $10,000.All members dar tea the second Sunday in

Funeral services for the> the revival and on last Sunday man and Rev. E. Jackson is; ministry to men in military and friends are asked to support Oct. at Bonded on 7th Ave. at

late Mr. W.Smith will be held I afternoon In Ft. Lauderdale. pastor.ANNOUNCEMENT. service. The other half goes the Men 10m a kin g their 3:30: 5 p.m.Come and reg-

Saturday morning at 11:00: i Let us keep in mind that our to the work of overseas relief. day a financial sucecess. ister In the month you were

a.m. at the church. Women's Day will be held the The public is always welcometo Dinners will be sold at the born.

Funeral services for the Fourth Sunday ((10-26-69)) in our worship service. church Saturday, benefit of the

late Bro. Oscar Bently will beheld October.On The public is invited to attend Men's Day drive. Please call COMMUNITY BAPTIST

In Tallahassee, Fla. 0 n Thursday night before The Reverend Austin R. an Afro American party, 693-0820 to place your orders,
Saturday. the Second Sunday, the Young Cooper, Sr., formerly Rectorof Friday night, Oct. 3 at the you may call any day from 9:00 CHURCH

I Women Auxiliary will sponsor St. Philip's Episcopal Bonded Collection Agency,do- a.m. to 4:30 p.m. Rev. B.L. Mack,pastor
"Twelve Keys to God'sRe- Church, Jacksonville. Fla.. nation $1.00. Please pray for the sick and Robbie Dalley,reporters
: ST.. MARY'SRev. sources"On and since May 15, Urban Min- shut-in. V I sit 0 r s are always

H.V. Stuart, Pastor Sunday,Oct. 12,at 3 p.m.. ister for the Syracuse Metro- MT. AARON M.B. welcome at Mt. Tabor. 0 1 y Communion Services

Mrs. Adele McCray,ReporterThe ternoon, Oct, 12, 1969, at3:00.the politan District of the Episcopal will be held during the Evening

Y, W. A. will sponso Diocese of(Central New ST PETERS Services Sunday, Oct. 5,1969.
Rev. Otis L.
Chairman of Woman's a Mock Men's Day.The speaker York, was recently named to Sample, Jr., We are p la nn in ga#5,000.00

Day wishes to thank all who will be Dea.Willie Bernard the Legislative Commission of pastor Father Charles F, Cooper, Building Fund Rally and all

came to make this day a success Williams the New York State Council of Announcments Rector Auxiliaries are asked to participate -

Special I thanks to our Both of these and other affairs Churches and the Syracuse The Pastor; would like to Elizabeth Bain, Reporter The Young Matron
are in behalf Women's Area Council of the New York :Society will have
speaker Mrs. Ruth North a MusicalProgram
State Division of Human thank all of our v 1 s I t o r sand Plans are being made forWomen's
Polite Miss Jean Solomon our Day. J?lD'ht parlsherners who attended Day on November ,: on Friday, Oct. 10th

,I. west soloist, the chior of Mt. Father Cooper is also one of,, worship services on last Sun- 2nd, at 4:00 p.m. Keep this 'at B00: p.m. Selling will be at
Baptist Church andushers' CHRIST the founders and the day. We'er alsothankfulfor date in mine and come out to churcheveryFrldayand
from New Primi-l- recording the Saturday night on behalf of the
f the success ofouruTrusteerFellowshippr..o enjoy Women's Day Program -
secretai of The Union
tive B ptlstChurch building fund
and TSanbnT:; JT."Glbson7rector Black Clergy Laity. He an d g umwh1ch. -- with us. ___... rally.
Temple Baptist Church. The Antoinette Silva, reporterOn Mrs. Cooper and their three terminated at 3:00 Sunday eve. A Record Hop will be helin a
Mahorm trio and all our visi- Friday Temple Judea in the
children live Saturday night Oct. 4the dinning area of the I
tors may God bless each of you observance of their Succos Liverpool,, Southern Trumpets will spon- church 4841 NW 2nd Ave. on MT. OLIVETTE
New York.He and
Oct 15 is the first Sunday and Feast, presented the children Mrs.Cooper sor a Saturday October 11 at
natives of Gospel Song Feast with 7:30 I 1
communion will be served all of Coconut Grove. Rev. G. W. Warren,pastor
our church with gifts. The the Herman Thomas Gospel p.m. Bring a friend or two 1
day and Jointchoirsandus- toys will be given to the child- Chorus as their guest and everyone is invited. Refreshments N. J. Lawrence, reporterWe
hers will serve all day. The ren as Christmas gifts and the FRIENDSHIP other groupes of the city. will be on sale. are getting ready for our
Sunday School is having din pastors installation servicesto
books will be used for a li- There will b e sandwichesand
ners on sale every Saturday at brary. The presentation be held Oct. 19. The week of
the church was Rev. J.E. Jenkins pastor soft drinks sold at the NEW MT. MORIAH the 12th
beginning 12 noon accepted by Antoinette Silva church each leading up to the 19th
; for delivery call 758-1601. who expressed the church'sappreciation. Our Fellowship Day will begin FridayandSaturday. Rev. A. L. Shipp, pastor we will have various churches
Our sympathy to the family of October 13th through the Evelyn Souter worshipping with us.

the late Sis Lulalngraham The annual congregational 19th. We are asking our frineds No. 3 Choir, reporterThe wishes to We are also making plans

whose funeral was held at the meeting will be held Sunday, to keep this date in reserve and LILY WHITE NEWS thank all groups and choirs for our church anniversary to
church on Tuesday Sept. 30. come with be held the third Sunday In No-
November 9 at 5 pm.The purpose worship us.Your Deacon Ector, and Corinth
of this meeting is to elect fellowship will be appreciated, Juanita McCloud, reporter Baptist Church, Miss Sandra vember. Anyone not knowing
members of the vestry and and we will be so elated to see Murray and all who his or her captain please see
: I CHOIR FESTIVALThe delegates to the annual Dio- your smiling faces. We will The regular meeting for all in their 13th participated the church secretary, Mrs.
have member of the 129 Senior anniversary. ,;Selma T. Ward.Saturday .
cesean Convention. preaching and musical 4
Union Seventh Day Ad- Group was the winner rais-
ventist Academy will sponsora Sincere sympathy Is extended programs the week leading to Lodge will be held Oct. 6, 1969. ing the highest amount.. Oct. 4, Gloria Y,

choir festival on Sunday, Oct. to the Walker family for the the 19th. The Juniors of 129 had their Our monthly conference to- \Johnson will become the brideof

5, 1969''at the Bethany S.D.A., lost of their loved one., Our, get well wishes to Sis., had regular as their meeting guest on little Sat.Jackie, they night (Thursday) at 8 p.m. Glenn Taylor.

Church, 2500 NW 50th Streetat Elizabeth Barber in Mt. Sinai Our pastor had to leave for
Mlms. She is visiting here with NEW
Hospital 1
4uu: p.m. deepest sym Georgia because of death in his
The following choirs will CHRISTIANFELLOWSHIP pathy to Sis.Flossie Booker in her father and mother Mr.and family, let us remember them Rev. Howard 0. Robinson
Mrs. Ralph Mims of ,
the loss
participate; BethelS.D.A. of her brother In New in our prayers.
Jersey. port L.I. New York. They are pastor
Church Homestead,Fla. Mt. Rev. P. S. Brown, pastorM. the nieces and nephew of your Betty Hill, reporter

Pizgah S.D.A. of New Liberty L. Nixon, reporterYou reporter. They are enJoy j IDg NEW PROVIDENCE

City, Berea-TrinityS.D.A. are cordially invited to CHRISTIAN SCIENCE"Ye their stay In the"Magic City." Communion will be serve,
Church along with choirs fromthe attend the "Fall Tea" given Our deepest sympathy to the Rev. C. J. Burney,pastor during the morning worship.
Church of the Open Doors, by the Adult Ushers' Board Judge after the flesh; I Arrington's family. Arsula Edwards,reporterThe All members are asked tQ be
Walters Chapel, Antioch Baptist Oct. 12 from 4 to 6 p.m. at Judge no man." This verse Lord's Supper will be present.

Mt. Zion Baptist, Mt. Ta- the home of Sis.Lillian Jones, from John Is includedlnthe UNION GROVE M.B.C. served in our evening worship. Our Revival will begin on
bor Baptist and the Bethany 3242 NW 49th Street. Lessen-Sermon to be r e a d in The pastor, officers and Sept. 8 thru Sept. 12at8:00p.m. :

S.D.A. Church choir. The adult choir Is asked to all Christian Science churches. Rev. members are preparing for Rev. W.E. Sims of New
,Q" This program is climax a this R. pastor our church Hope
please report for rehearsal .Sunday. anniversary the Baptist Church,will be
..1' drive to benefit the school in every Tuesday night at the Tne subject of the Bible Our dedication services second Sunday. Oct.-. 12'_ wa our guest speaker. The I>cunHc
t. making many needed repar is. home of Sister Blue. Prayer Speaks to You program,heard began this will I invite our friends: Plan now is Invited to come out and worship -'

:: The public is Invited.This meeting is held at the home of over radio W.M.B.M. station with the Rev.Wednesday Elder Smith night and: to attend. with us. We urge you to

i- ,,will be a wonderful program. Deacon George Washington. Sunday at 1:45 p.m. is "A Congration in h Consecration hour of prayer pray for and visit the sick and
c a r e Thurs
ft.; Please comeKELLY'S Choice of Friends." g is held at the church 5 am shut-ins.
day night the Rev. Woodle and
tl each
Fifth Church of Christ Sunday.
Congratlon will be in
Scientist, 1600 NW 54th St., invites Bible class and prayer service -
,1. CHAPEL Rev. W. F. Savoy Friday night the Rev Talmage NEW SHILOH
,pastor all to visit our services. will be in Tuesday at 7:30: p.m.
,', Sunday at 11 a.m. we will charge.CHRISTIAN Everyone Is invited.THANKFUL Rev. A.M.Griffin
: Rev. W. H. Butler observe World-Wide Communion -
,pastor JORDAN GROVE Sister Ella Elam, reporter
ro Marie Carr, reporter Let us join in this BAPTIST

'" We were happy to have with celebration on this particular Rev. Douglas Cook, pastor VALLEYElder Friday night Business
us in the absence of our pastor, Sunday.Our Eddie Gilbert,reporter Rev. C. T. Ramsey,pastor meeting member please attend

s Rev. Cox from Nassau and Anniversary plans are There will be a general con- A. Ford, pastor Gail Ramsey, reporter the meeting.

f members of his family andS coming along nicely; but we ference on this Thursday at Blondie Higgins, reporter Rev. Brown will preach here The pastor's Aid Board will
congregation on Sunday. ,still need to work while It is 8 p.m. all are asked please Friday night. The No. 1 Choir be celebrating their lth
still day. Let Join in be present. The is ask- will render the services in behalf
The C Lord C's will render everyone pastor There will be preaching of the versary the 2nd Sunday in Oct.
services on the second Sundayat on the celebration, which will ing all members participate 'services this Sunday at 3 State Rally at 3:00.
3 p.m. Come out and have see its climax on the second in the communion on this Sun- with Rev. Stanley and Con Saturday there will be a dinner Let us remember the sick
Sunday of October day night. sale, dinners will be ready
good gratlon In charge and shut-InBereaveandthe
time at 12 noon, on Sunday 7
.tlCtt. p.m. boys on the battle field.

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THE MIAMI TIME5, Friday, October 3, IYbY 15r i
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ANTIOCH MT CALVARY pri..Iri..TLp.sssw.is

FF Rev P.W. Wiggins,pastor Rev. Atchison,pastor Carver
Phyllis Beal [
Dlnettle D. Cobb,reporter
Mrs. Mary Jackson will be

\ CD Friday, Oct. 10,C h o i r selling For added pies Information Sunday all day. [Ranches 3

[ #/2 will sponsor a Musical Extravaganza her at 7570198.The notify

::1?' will perform. Various program.groups Deacon chaiman Louis Smith of Men's, wishes Day, [News j

"! Everyone is invited.
; All auxiliaries are urged to to thank everyone who participated I By Walter...Bowe. 4
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please attend their meetings our program. The
program was most 4 :
I on their regular meeting Carver Rinc'm Homeowner's
, spiritually and financially Association held a mas;;
The #1 Usher's Board would meeting at the park Monday .:
like to thank everyone for night at '7:30. Rev. Frank
t their35thanniversary TEMPLE i Green Is president and RobbieL.
making -
Baptism be administer
.Brayboy is executive secre
a success. They raised ed at the 11
a.m.worship service ,
tary. Mora than 1M( residentswere
174180. and the Lord's
Supper ,
present.Carver Ranches
Remember to pray for the during the and
morning evening citizens cru.siJ (Lv.n,' : for
sick, shut-in, and men on the
The choirs will sing joint- which happened in the Rancheson
battlefield everwhere.
ly.The 19th Street and 50th Ave.
i women will sponsor 25.
Thursday night,September
their' kick-off tea for Woman's Iwwa
DAY SPRING Present at the meeting were -.. .. .......... .... .
at the church -- --------' --
Day onSundayat Broward Sheriff Ed Stack I
3 p.m. An Interesting programhas Hollywood City ,Manager Jo-; International Masons Exalted Degree Grand Lodge held its session in

Rev. W.M. Slater,pastor been planned for the occasion seph Watson, Pembroke ,Park MiamiSept. 13 & 14th at International Masons Temple, 5598 NW 7th Avenue.

Sis Bessie Wilderson, The public is invited. policemen and many more invited Our National Sovereign of Stars Dt. Lillian Gill of Grand Rapids, Michigan,

I reporterThe It was good to see Mrs. E. guests. Miss Ellen Sears and our National Sovereign of Masons, Sir Knight Ernest Sowell of Detroit, *,

number 1 c h o I r is hav- Tinker morning. She in has service been sick Sunday for told what happened between the Michigan was in our city to attend our Grand Lodge. Royal Violet Court No. I

ing a bar-b-cue sale at the several weeks Get well wishes the boys sheriff last Thursday in Broward night satdhe and 1 and Emanuel Royal Arch Chapter No. 11 were hostess to the Grand Lodge.

home of Sis C ha iney at 5765 to all who are shut-ins be- didn't hear about the incident Pictured above are Royal Violet Court No. 1: Seated from left to right: LadyJ.

NW 3 1969 29th, Ave.Please Friday night Oct. cause of illness until last Monday. L. Dixon, treasurer; Lady Zeppherine Bell, Cond. Lady; Agnes Chapman,
Dinners are being sold by. at the became the Audrey bride of Thompson Mr. Joe Many good points were G. R. M. Lady Annie M. Lenard, A. M.; Lady Ruby Glover, Fin.Sec'y.; Lady,

church on Saturday for free Lewis Cratit on September 6. brought stated that out.we Robbie have problems Brayboy Adgnoe Bradshaw Asst. Cond. Standing from left to right: Lady Wonza Dili-

delivery call 836-3531. at Temple Baptist Church, and we never thought it would, ford, Past Rec. Sec'y.; Lady Elviera Dodson, Chaplain; Lady Melissa Home,

Revival meeting starts Oct. Rev. L. A. Thompson, officiated happen. Bra y boy asked for Asst. Rec. Sec'y.; Lady Fannie Simmons, Wisdom Companion, Randolph Pot-

6. Preach Ingstarts Oct. 13. more parks and better facilities terson, W. P.'; Lady Katie Crenshaw, G.A.R.M.; Lady Gussie Nelson, Lady
Rev. M. Mack will be the guest The bride was given In matrimony
For the record home-
speaker You, you,and you are by her father, Mr. owners not one county, com Clara Grant, Lady Annie C. Dozier M. E.
Invited to com out and enjoy Charles Thompson Her sis-
the services.ST. ter Miss missioner was at this meeting, :...........................
Charlie Mae Thompson but they will be looking for '. ,
was maid of honor and your votes later. GO TO CHURCH i

MATTHEWS Ray Curry, Jr. was best man VFW Post No.8195 willhold :
Other attendants were: Mrs. .
Mary Whylly and Charles McKenzie its regular meeting onSunday, :.........................:
Twenty candidates willbe October 5th at 5 p.m. All officers -
baptized on Sunday Oct 5th,at Mrs. Cratit is a and members are askedto
the 11 a.m. Divine Worshipbythe granddaughter of Mr and Mrs. please be present at the post

pastor,Rev Philip Clarke, Sam McKenzie home on Pembroke Road. Ma-
Jr., who will also bring the dison James is commander.

morning message.His ST. LUKERev. All officers and memberswho

subject will be "The P.W. Williams, pastor are going to the Veterans i'31ROOM

Symbolism and Importance of Mrs. Kathleen Strecter, Hospital on Sunday morning sa
Baptism." Oct. 5th are asked to meet at
At the 7 p.m.service Deacon reporterThe the post home at 8 a.m.
J.D. Smith who is entering The Carver Ranches Fire Elder J. W. Wilson and congregation would OUTFITS

Gospel Ministry,will bring the would Women's like to Day thank Committee those- Department meets every Mon like td3extend a warm and cordial invitation to all .

message. Which is his trail who came out on Sunday Sept !day night at 8 p.m. at the Fire of you to come and visit the church and enjoy.. .. the ,.\\, V.?, All welcome ,
to '
message. are Hall services. <'<< \ '>!f '
21st for the "Baby Parade J.GJt \;"
attend. :\t k ,
Contest." Special thanks to ST PAUL AME For your comfort, the church is fully air-con-

Mrs. Corine Green,who served ditioned. For your convenience, we provide transportation Your Credit Is Good
as the Mistressof Ceremony Rev. T. C. Kelley, pastor for services to and from the church. Time: OWN ACCOUNTS

Rev. S. L. Gay, pastor Mrs.,Hester also special Livingstin thanks who to Mary last Amos quarterly, reporterThe con- Thursday 8 p.m. and Sunday, 11 a.m. and 8 p.m. SPACIOUS DRfSSfI CHIS

Nellie Saunders,reporterThe was the Guest Speaker. The ference for this year will be For your added convenience, we have a wonderful OR WARD lOOK. Plt1 CASE WS. MOUOOH HEAD.
pastor is asking all
members to meet for "Love winners of the con te s t were: 'held Oct. 10 12,the pastor is Sunday School service which we would like to have LAMPS SOfA IIP AKO'
First Shirlene Bullard 'asking the full cooperation of children with each and Sunday. MATCHING WA IN CHOICI
Feast" Friday, Oct. 3 at 7:30 prize ; your us every Of COLORS. MTEP TABLES,
Second prize, Shawn Patrick :all boards and clubs to make Phone: 693-0481. Church: 9000 NW 20th Avenue. ORATOR COCKTAIL lAMf TA/LIAND$. APARTMENT J-DECt
p.m.The Thomas and Third prize, this quarter successful.All SIZC DINETTE WITH CON.
annual conference will YOUNGLAND U.S.A.Kindergarten is all
open sum- ..
Glannoir Seeron Johnson. members of the souvenir TRASTINO CHAIRS.
convene at St. James on Nov. Women's Day will be held on ;book committee will meet mer. Vie keep children from 6 months of age to 10 coMPirrifO
11 and the pastor Is asking all $28r
clubs, boards, choirs and the 4th Sunday Oct 26.General 'every Thursday at 7:30 p.m. years of age. 'Call and Register Now. 693-0481. ONLY*
'beginning Oct. 2.
members to prepare their Chairman, Mrs. Annie B.
Sulllivan, Co-chairman, Mrs. LARGE DOUBLE DRESSER,
contribution towards the sou- CHEST, MIRROR AND PANEl
venir book. Also with Mary Johnson and Mrs,Corine IED. THIS All FORMICA BED


of the church. CLUDED IS A 7PC. FAMILY


The Episcopal Church-
1778 NW 95th Street
women are Sponsoring a Tel: 696-6560 30,000 YDS. :1m11: : ALSO HUGE VARIETY OF FINEST DE. FROM MODERN
"Smorgasbord Dinner Sale"Friday :m::::: CORATIVE UPHOLSTERY FABRIC FRENCH SPANISH, 01 ITAll.
Nov. 14 at the church, ,Special I attention to children 1 aoo VALUES :m:=::i IMPORTED CUT VELVETS IRQm AN SOFA AND MATCHING

15260 NW 19th Avenue, Opa- Expert Wig Stylist It TO 6.95 :;:::::: CADES UNENS NYLONS ETC.THliw3 COCKTAIl CHAIR, 2 TABLE END AND TAHIS 2 FINE
locka. You really can't afford Air Conditioned LAMPS, ROUND DINeTTe
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most delicious dinners plus Sarah Cooper, Operators ;111;;; VINYL PLASTIC DESIGN BY MARMUR/TRIPLE
loads of fun. You may contact ,...... MIRRORS HIGH BOY CHEST
any member for your ticketsor IMITATION FURS ::;:;::: so AND QUEEN SIZE
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call the church's office 685- to QUEEN SIZE e" FOAM
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coRRruT .

Rev. Cleo Albury, pastor REPAIR B PI'
B. Boney, reporterThe
family welcomes Rev. 129
and Sister Albury, after a Clean oil 60,000 49CYARDS to I
month's vacation. aid odjmt YD

Baptismal services will be your sewing
held Sunday morning preceding Machine ervacifRi 9 9 C ALL AT FRACTION OF ORIGINAL PRICE

the 11 a.m. worship.The I I. .
Ushers' Board members your h...
helped to make their literary FOR HOME DECORATION
program a success. WOMIAMI)
conference will be
Monthly OR as-....
held.Thursday at 8p.m.Membership 1367 N MIAMI AVE. '!
attendance is requested 9510 NW 7th Ave. .371-6684





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26 THE MIAMI TIMES. Friday October 3, 1969 '
the housewife must report it. cords. Those are two great big this is not being done, she Office is located 5225 NW 12 from8:30AMto7:30: ( : U.t'MOn '
-sCr A A woman 62 thisyear(1969)needs ) "ifs". should get in touch with the Ave. The Office hours are 'Thursday for people who cannot i
ACCUUNI yyyp, RI TY credit for 41/2 years of "Many house-holders cooperate Social Security Office. The from 8:30: A M through 4:30: PM comedurfngtheregular 't
000.00.0000 work to draw a Social Security ," said Mr.Wofford, Model City SocialSecurity Monday through Friday and hours.
check. If she has this on her "but many don't." The major- -- .,
record because some of her ity don't knowingly break the f:
riyroR employers reported her wages law. They are Just unaware of
NOr ra
tocil u rw and paid So cia 1 Security con it. There are hundreds of thou- I.
tributions, she will be entitledto sands of new householderseach I.i i;
Social Secutity benefits.But year, hiring domestic '.
how much she gets depends on help for the first time.They're I.I
who work In homesas how much has beenreported hard to reach as a group, but
maids, baby-sitters, and ,for her. The record mayshow we are making constant effortsto '
companions, or who do "days only enough for her to get$44, do so. This points up some
work" for several housewives the smallest monthly amount, important things that must be \ ,
often don't know their rights when, according to what she done to avoid these situations.The .
under social security."We was paid over the years, her domestichouseworker
talk tosomeofthesefolks check should be twice as high. herself is in the best positionto I .
every week," said Mr. Wofford said SocialSe- protect herself. First, she x r s.o
Charles Wofford, manager of curity will go all out to help should make certain the r
the Model City Social Secur- the applicant set the record housewife makes a record of
ity office, "and their storiesare straight, but it's a very diffi- her name and social security
so alike,we can almost recite cult situation. To establish the number. Second she ought to I
them Just the way they tell correct wages, a signed state- know herself that if she is paidas K
them to us." But the rule is ment of amounts paid each cal- little as $3.85 cash wages a
simple. If a household employee endar quarter must be obtained week and works regularly each
recieves at least$50 in cash from the employer, if she week, then her wages are
wages in a calendar quarter can be found,and if she has re- covered under Social Securityand
r they must be reported by I''
the housewife to irs She
.. .
should remindher employer to
do this and to send in the con- :==
tributions along with the report k
of wages.Usually the em- .
ployer willwlthholdtheem- 4
1 10 flY .J ployee's part of the contribu-
tion from her wages and add an
equal amount of her own, but lor Your Added Convenience .
many housewives pay the total
contributions themselves. Mr

Your Weekly Horoscope household Wofford urged employee that believes if the DRIVE-IN BANKINGOur

21-16-32-100-65 I II Drive-In Banking service is the easiest and most
October 2 thru October 8
I II convenient for to handle withdrawals and
ARIES (March 21.April 19): Emphasis; it on partner. DIVERSIFIEDPUBLIC way you
+ ship in the week ahead, Aries. Business or otherwise. You I II deposits. The service is friendly and fast just
are approaching the end of a cycle. Finish it with a flour/ SERVICE '
the want it. Drive in and see for yourself.
ish. In act, a bit ol drama is in order Tie loose ends secu. ANDNOTARY way you
rely. Then tie one on. PUBLIC

TAURUS (April 20-May 20)): Surprises are in store I,
for you in week ahead, Taurus, so be ready. You will be STANLEY SWEETING M
a pacesetter. You will first be envied, then imitated You'llbe Public Relations
so busy that old emotional wounds will have a chance
/to htal As week ends, let one who is discontented speak. Consultant
Listen quietly, then act. Theatrical Editor
The Miami Times
b GEMINI (May '21-June 20)): Week starts out in high
gear,, Gem. Your longing for independence as far as your NA 1-7203
ideas are concerned may get you into hot water with one 16351 NW 18th Place
who is less liberal and progressive. win your point, Bunche --Park --
Instead disarm with charm.
forget logic. ,
CANCER (June 21-July 22) This is your week to
expand, moonchild. Your energy will be high. Whateveryour
special talent is, this is the week to play it to the
who is close/ associate for clue to new, developments.This II
person is barometer of things to come. KNIGHT

i LEO (July 23-August 22): Week begins; at routine ,
pace, but energy builds until you'll want to really fly. The '
j coop that is. Olga suggests that you use this surge of x BEAT
power in productive way careerwise. Have your fling-a-
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VIRGO (August 23.September 22)) All heck could
break loose in week ahead, Virgo You will abound with DUEL
energy, especially on last two days of week. Good week <
for "setting things straight." You may feel a bit; more free Y
concerning personal matter which has been kept private. ( SESSIONS ( .
This Is good, but don't play all your trump cards at this .
time. .
.r '
LIBRA (September 23. October 22): Adjustments are ,
in the works, Libra. BIG adjustments. But you will be
unusually flexable. Generally a rather good week. Seek October 4th
secret message for you in Olga's advice to Virgo. .

SCORPIO (October 23-November 21) You, Scorp,. '{ 9:00 PJ. UNTIL?
are going to do a bit of soul searching. And before this: P U oR H1PEll.4.
week is over, too. Confusion seems to be around. Sort out
your values and goals. Do they dovetail? /If not, gears RO'i A1. VS 'MPHHE'r

may grind to a halt, and you my dear Scorp will wind; up .. .., .
on the short and of the stick.
r A BSI"1 "
SAGITTARIUS (November 22-December 21): First
three days of week will no doubt find you at low ebb. Try
to muddle thru. Events take an upswing on fourth day.
Swing along. That which you desire; is close/ at hand. Just

reach out, Bab'l'CAPRICORN ,

(December 22-January 19) Olga
doesn't like to tell you this Cap, but the week ahead Is
apt to be a bit ghastly. Don't allow your personal affairs;
to :iterfer with business. You will be most attractive to
opposite sex in week ahead, just take care not to "over

AQUARIUS (January 20-February 18): Things may
seem to be a bit out of control this week, Aquarius. One
who Is far away ploys important role. Seek one whom you QUOTATIONSPLUS
i+ ,esteem t/ plan: obstacles which stand in way of prog.l .
;l res. Energy cycle will be high on last four days of week. ADDED ATTRACTIONS
Use it to accomplish lofty goals. Then have a little fun.

PISCES (February 19-March 20)): One who is close TEENAGE MATINEE, SUNDAY, OCT. 5 4.7 p.m.
to you will be relying on you for advice In week ahead.
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.' THE MIAMI TIMES. Friday.. October 3.. 1969 27
i_ YOuth sees Anather Side Of Social Security r-

f Social Security is for young keep on with her educationeven can continue to get benefits-" until
" people too, says Carolyn after : I
becomes a they reach 22, instead of 18,
;'; Postell, who Just ended a sum bride. She is determined to not if they continue in school and
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28 THEMIAMI TIMES, Friday, October 3, 1969 i'

First Central/ ,Florida Classic Next i't t


Week In OrlandoThe

Bethune Cookman Wildcats Hilton Inn, headquarters for .
smarting from a 20-19 the Central Florida Classic. -
upset last vear at the hands of Miami's choice of Miss
Kentucky State College Is Alumna are Mrs, Gwendolyn [ -r-w-
sharpening its claws for the Howard and Mrs. Alice M. H. _
Throroughbreds, October 11th Akins, who will be vieing for !
in Orlando's Tangerine Bowl. the coveted position with ten t'
The game will be one of many I other candidates across the t !
festivities during the first state. I s vR.; '

annual Central Florida Clas- Adult and student advance ,
sic sponsored by the National ( < tickets can be purchased from
t .
Alumni Association B-CC. North's Travel Agency, 6105 1 1 .
Special features of the Clas- NW 7th Ave. Student ticketsare
sic weekend will include Mia- $2.00 and adults $3.00 in

mi's own Northwestern advance. '
Marching Bulls in a noon-day A very heavy delegation o ,
Miss Brenda McCray South Florida spectators have
parade. ,
"Miss northwestern" and r made reservations for Orlando H&&
Alice Akins and countless numbers will '
Miss Sheryl K. Knowles, fL
"Sweetheart of Edison Senior Alumna" Coronation sche- enjoy the many festivities during -
High School" will be featured duled, for 8:15 p.m. in the the Oct. 10-12 weekend. L
t% in the parade and the "Miss Chantilly Room of theStatler- All questions regarding accommodations f
for the Classiccan ,._ nn_ _
be answered by Mr. Al-
phonso Oates, 696-8217 or Dr. OPERATOR SHARPE IS ALWAYS ON THE JOB

J. L. Jones, 6933686COMMANDRESS Pictured above from left to right are Rufus Harris, Barry Johnson, Ish-

"MYTIME" BALL mael Sharpe, Sr. These boys received two trophies this year. One from the ;

.. ly Fraternal Order of Transit Employee team, and one from the Opa-locka All

; \ The Kazah Court No. 117 Star team. Rufus Harris played center field in the regular season, third basein
t Daughters of Isis request the the all star team. Barry Johnson played sec, nd base. Ishmael Sharpe played

Lfv pleasure of your company at short-stop, and pitcher during regular season and pitched for the all-star
PHIL DIXON their Commandress Ball to beheld
at Bayfront Park games. Coach Sharpe is very proud of.these boys who have played for him for

j Auditorium-Gulfstream Roomon four years in the little league, and next season, they will movingup to the
-- --
'j During our lives, most of us will experience the loss of a the evening of Friday, poney league. All members of the baseball team received trophies. All the

friend, a member of our family or a foe to the grim reaper. October third, at ten o'clock. boys are playing football now. Coach Sharpe would like to coach football too,
This past week, I had the experience of losing another friend.To Donation is $2.50 and dress is but he can't find a sponsor. I
the family of the late Judge Henry Arrington, please accept formal.
my sympathies in this,your hour of need.
Another tragedy happening in our town Is the Dolphins. They :
lost another game. Perhaps, some of you can put your hand on Bethune-Cookman Loses To Morris Brown ;
the cause or can point out the trouble. rve talked with players,
both white and black, and only reach a conclusion rye reached I
before. There is dissension on the team.Whether it be betweenthe Faces Albany State Saturday
front office and players, coaches and players,front office :
and coaches or the players themselves, it's affecting the en- \
tire play and organization. Individually, the Dolphins are a Don't count the Wildcatsout vis' kick was good and the Atlanta Saturday night in Daytona sponsored game. Many local
I'' a great bunch of guys and deserve a winner, but until what- was Bethune-Cookman school went ahead 3-0. Beach. The following week B-CC alumni leaders have
", ever Is causing the conflict is eliminated, then South Florida College Coach Jack McClair- The other Morris Brown tally end the Wildcats will face the predicted a sellout.
,', will Just have to grin and tolerate group of guys going throughthe en reply to questions after a came on an 89 yard punt re- Kentucky State College
motions. 10-0 loss to Morris Brown In turn. McClairen said"The Interceptions Thoroughbreds in Orlando's The Wildcats move into
; At the home opener this week you'll Beta chance to see for Atlanta, Saturday. McClairensaid were the resultsof Tangerine Bowl, Oct. 11.-The Jacksonville's Gator Bowl to
yourself the difference between a team that's playing to wina "We outplayed them on a pass rush. We'll find the Central Florida Classic will take on the Savannah State t
game, and a team that's playing to win the super bowl. offense and defense. (B-CC 'leak' in the line when we view be the first annual alumni College Tigers, Oct. 18th.
Can you image the Mets as baseball champions? It Is pos- compiled nearly 400 yards total the game films today." The
sible. The Mets can beat the Braves in the league's playoffand offense). But those fumbles Wildcats entire offensive line
go on and beat the Twins or the Orioles. Don't bet againstit and five interceptions really are first year players. Mc
; because this is the year of upsets in sports. Remember the hurt." Clairen praised the linemen
I, Jets and the Celtics? No one expected either of them to be in and expressed confidence in
I their divisional playoffs; but each of them went on to become The Wolverines virtually the entire squad.
champions, so don't be amazed if the "Amazing Mets" followin stopped by B-CC's powerful r
defense a break after a we're
the same track. got The coach said pre-
series of penalties against the for a tough schedule
Speaking of upsets, the pastweek's football games saw quite paring
Wildcats moved, the ball In will meet Al-
i a few more. This week, I look for more still. The upsets didn'thelp ahead. B-CC
; the Scoreboard much,but I won't give up hope. The score- field goal range. Zachary Da- bany State in a home opener

board to date:

High Schools: 15-5 (.750)); Colleges: 4-2.667)); Professionals t 't, ':;"
< { :
: 14-12.538). This week, my selections are: \'I
Carol City over Northwestern. Close, but I give Hercules the s
Central over Curley The Rockets roar.
Palmetto over Miami High Another clong year for the Stings -
Coral Gables over Gainesville The machine moves on t -
Edison over North Miami 'The Raiders raid Pioneer land
Kllliau over Southwest The Cougars find out about clawless .3'

Miami eagles.Springs over Norland- The Vikings get scratched again F

Jackson bunch of over Generals Hialeah The Thoroughbreds get boxed by a r.1_ (

Miami Beach over Coral Park The tide rises high _w _
South Dade over Columbus The Rebels keep their string

going .

I..COLLEGES: R Leads Albany State Rams

Bethune-Cookman over Albany State The new look, looks
Floridian Bob Russ a 6-3. 255-pound lineman
good will lead the Albany State College attack when the
Florida AIM over South Carolina State The Rattlers open
big Rams clash with Alabama State University in the

Florida State over Florida The Gators find a team that plays Central City Classic at Macon's Porter Stadium on
defense ;: Oct. 11th.

Tampa over Southern Illinois- The Spartans keep'the.. same old Russ a native of Defunlak Springs is enteringhis
Miami over North Carolina State The 'Canes get an offense second season as a regular offensive tackle in the

together NFL Rams' attack.. The hard-charging sophomore crackedthe
PROFESSIONALS: Cleveland Baltimore over over Detroit Atlanta _- :_ Y starting unit last year in the third game of his

AFLinatti f i over San Diego Dallas over Philadelphia rookie season and has been a fixture there since
Green Bay over Minnesota then.
Oakland over Miami Los Angeles over New Orleans -' :
, ; I Houston over Buffalo &. Louis over -_ The Central City Classic pitting the Georgia,
I Kansas Cit y over Denver SanTrVncisco
New York over Boston Washington over u Alabama interstate grid rivals. is aimed at bringing
Chicago over New york

Sport of the Week: BillCappleman: Quite an exhibition of soul. college football into the Macon-Bibb County area.
Ralph Wise Wildcat co-captain is a senior
Chumps of the Week: Milton and Morris. Someboy needs to talk
; to somebody. flanker from North Dade High School in .Opa-locka Regarded as one of the emerging small-college powers -

1 Looking forward to this week's competitions. ril be a very Last year, he caught 16 passes for 238 yards and the freshman-sophomore ladden Rams are potentially -
good sport ..Will you? .. .' four touchdowns. :. '
) ., one of the nation's best small-college teams.

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:I THE MIAMI TIMES, Friday, October 3, 1969 29by I IP

';;::' :::::;; >>'<::::-':V..wo: : 8SSWSW! ;: :::;: ;:;:;:;:;:;::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::: all at once It was like someone as they are so often called. On
f : : \ giving a command and 90 per Sept. 26, these men proved
} lj1.' Riding Along I cent of the audience pulled something to everyone, they
::IJ.7 fIIIJIfI((8 ( ::: themselves to their feet. You made the move they can be
fie :::1!; _=- ..' .__ WITH THE |could see the sigh of relief on proud of, and I think all public
WtlfI-- 1.:..:._- "J "' F- '--- j-- Transit Authority/ |::3'the faces of the executive servants should take notes on
.. board, for these men knew what happened that night. AllI
By DANNIE JOHNSON their fight had been won. can say Is e P m proud as Hell"

:;:.i;:...;...;..:;...;..:;..:.....;..:;..:;...;..:;..:;...:..:;..:;..:;..,;,._;...;..:;..::.:;..:;..:;..:;'.:;...;'':;'':;,':;,':;,':;,:;'':;'';:'.:;'.:;ti;'.;:.:;.;;'.:;.;":;'.:;'.:;';;:;'';.'";'.;.-.;.'...'...'.;..;..............!..!..!....!.!-..!...!...!..!.!.!.>.-!: In behalf of all FOOTE to be a member of their team
Joe Black memberslwouldllketosaytoMrs.
Northwest 17th Ave.was unusually other. Some rejected the of- Rolfe
Mrs. Sacco, Mrs.
busy for a Friday fer, some agreed, and there
Holloway, and Mrs. Rolle, we
morning. Kids were still on the were others who were confused thank
you. We know what we
Lately, it seems that many of the anchors streets talking about that great so Holloway tried one last have put you through.We know OBThe.
football game the evening before time to explain it again.
that the
people depended upon to steady them discouraging feelings you
I stopped by the Royal The plan offered to the drivers -
e selves during periods of trial have down must have had, the long hours .. fund for Investment
your >
Castle 3
gone on 6th Street for a coffee was a two year contract these from ,
men spent with
the drain. Faith in God, faith in people, faithin and decided I would stick which offers a 40$ an hour increase home, you don't know how plans month.starting Contact from $25 us
yourself and faith in the future suddenlyseem around and listen to the con- 3% paid: retirement proud we are of our leaders. today.per ..

to be running second to a fist in the versation about the proposedbus plan, two additional holidays What does all this mean to
strike. After two coffees, and sick days, and another 32$ the
public? These men origi-
mouth, dissension, anger, violence, sit-ins, I paid: my bill and headed for to be spread over the next nally asked for a 75$ an hour GlFINANCIAL
strikes and riots. I'm not so naive to think thata the meeting hall of FOOTE at eighteen months, along with a raise. Seeing how the cost of

few well chosen words from me are goingto 4111 NW 17th Ave. There I cost of living increase. living keeps Jumping,the price A mutual fund established .
found thirteen board members Ted Horne In 1935 Investing
(our previous
change all that. But I do believe that some they pay for an auto insurance l In securities selectedfor
looking tired from lack of and of his
president), some after Involved capital and income
policy they are
body's got to start somewhere. That's why I sleep. The sandwich man was followers rejected the offer. in an ac c 1dent (even if they growth possibilities.
make it my business to visit schools and places, setting up his stand by the front Ted's complaint wasthe offer aren't at fault), the abusing

r where young people gather. When I talk with door. Gleason Holloway triedto wasn't explained clearly they take on these busses,they FINANCIAL
f look lively but at 1 a.m. all enough. He later said he only deserve of III
them, I try to leave them with a creed. It's not thirteen of these men knew wanted to get the complete run But to get every it would penny mean It.a MMtniU... ...IMM....IfN..

very profound. But it touches on some things they had a package: to sell. No down so he would know how to fare increase, maybe an in- emphasis The Fund on places relatively major
that are basic and real. It goes like this : one was sure of the out come. explain it to anyone who ask- teruption In service, and do- high Income through diversified
Would these men accept this ed him about it. T. R. Jones ing this would mean at least relation to Investments risks Involved."FINANCIAL In.
Lord, teach me that sixty seconds offer, or would they vote to felt they could get more; Leo- one third of Dade County would
walk out? This suspensewasn't nard Mike said he wasn't un- Don't
think for
make minute sixteen once
a ounces a Rolfe's uclers all the
doing derstanding proposals.In .
these weren't
men cc.nsidering
pound and one hundred cents a dollar any good. About 1:45: a.m.employees the mind of every driverIn all this when they agreed to .

Help me to lie down at night started to pour In. the place, the question was, settle for about one half of what appreciation Seeking I possible: through capital:
Traffic was getting heavier on "could we really better our- aggressive Investment
with clear conscience
a unhauntedby they wanted. The reason for policies.
17th Ave. with bus operatorsand selves if we walked out?" We
their short hesitation in their
faces of those to whom I may curious onlookers. The all knew everyone would sufferif vote was a decision they had PROSPECTUS.WRITE .
have brought pain. Grant that I may most excited person in the there was to be a walkout, to make between you (the public OR CALL
place was the sandwich man, so Magnarelll stood and said COLLECT
earn my meal ticket on the square ) and more money for their
because the line to his stand the words I wish could have FINANCIAL PROGRAMS,
I and in earning it may do unto families. Like any other good DISTRIBUTOR
was getting longer. echoed over Dade County. "I
public servant, they gave into*
others as I would have them do unto Rolfe (our president) start- make a motion we accept the you all out there.Had they been FINANCIAL
me. Blind me to the faults of other ed the meeting at 2:35 a.m. county's offer." It was second selfish as theyhavebeen ac- PROGRAMS

I fellows and reveal to me my own. with about 150 members present by someone in the rear.The cused, it wouldn't matter to 2455 E. Sunrise
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And when comes the day of dark but they all, had one thing In fifteen stood in favor of the recognition In your society; a PROW
\ mind money! Hollowayread proposal. Sacco began to turna pleasant good morning, co-
shades make the
ening ceremony the rules of order. Rolfe bit pail. Rolfe had the ex- operation when he asks MAIL
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the hall was about full. Sey- turned and knock over a stack Driver" or "Sir," not "Boy"
P Vice PresidentThe mour, King,Baker,and McGee himself. These men thought
Greyhound Corporation who were acting as ushers to they had a fairly good plan for
assist late comers in finding the drivers,but at this momentIt O'CONNOR T. CLARK
e seats, were beginning to have looked doubtful. There Creative Engineer and Inventorhas
problems finding vacancies. wasn't a muscle moving in
made another minor discovery I will pre
was before Holloway's body his mouth
The proposal put ;
income and other records
half Rolle serve your tax
the membership; the place gota was caught open.
bit noisy; the president bang (the secretary), did manageto against termites and the wear and tear of
t his gavel on the desk for order move an eyelid to see how time for 30 years on $1.50 plus tax, that Includes
Call but little good did it do.Everyone many was standing. Everyonein an 8x12 document.
wanted to ask questions at the place was looking at each
Office hours: daily 9 to 1 p.m., 3 to 6 p.m.
other to see who would stand.
CHARLES the same time.
After all proposals were put This ordeal lasted about 30 Monday thru Saturday

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B 30 THE MIAMI TIMES. Friday.. October 3., 1969CLASSIFIED !'I.''I

Food Fair i Stores Hit By GraDe t
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ADS The Mia m 1 Grapes Boycott cally ignored our attempts to of pesticides they o f
I Committee has 1 launched an reason with them and meet at Valdez said. "The
20 WORDS OR LESS $2.00. IOC FOR EACH ADDITIONAL :WORD.' all-out attack on the Food Fair the conference table." are sure, will be s I
action" "The efforts will continue those found In
chain through "direct
that has presently taken the until the grapes are off the where court action h
form of pickets at two major shelves," said Valdez.He also against the chain i
Dade County shopping centers. said his efforts recently received Insist on selling this
Lalo Valdez,F 1 or Ida co- the endoresmentand duct despite
325 NW 56th Street. Gorgeous SELL FOR FHA VALUATION DATA PROCESSING ordinator for the United Farm support of FloridaCon- cern and pressure."

3 bedrooms, CBS, tile roof, 4 bedroom,. 2 bath, corner, ,CONTROL CLERKS Workers Organizing Com- sum e r Association, a state-
oak floors, 2 Fla rooms, total CBS with screened in swim- 1 yr. experience with accounting mlttee (AFL-CIO), said the wide origanization that con-
price $16,500. Assume exist- ming pool, jalousie windows, control. An equal opportu pickets were established at the cerns itself with the welfare of huh
ing mortgage. No qualifying, built-in kitchen with stove, nity employer. Call for appt. 163rd Street Shopping Centerr consumers."I ,
downpayment to suit your bud- freezer, garbage disposal,air 274-1130 Miami-Dade and on Grand Avenue InCo- plan to have table grapes !!rJ iIBOBBY'S/
get. Don't let this one get away. conditioned, wall to wall car College. conut Grove. taken from stores right here In
Aetna Realty (Broker) 811 NW peting, fenced yard, FHA "This Is Just the beginning Miami--tested for the amount p
54th Street. Phone 757-5724. price $18,000, $800 down, Clothing salesman. For interview ," he said. "We plan to
Open Saturday til noon. $127.54 month. Life Realty, call 758-3901. 717 r take other measures besidesour i -
Broker, 624-3666, 759-4371. NW 62nd Street.WAITRESS. pickets. We will escalatethe LOOKING FOR THE ill Bobby Marquess,
5700 NW 4th Ave. bedrooms, effort, keep It nonviolent, OPPORTUNITY TO AD- DRAPERIES
3 baths, tile roof, oak floors, Nice 2 bedroom, den can be WANTED but will in our own way unite VANCE, HIGHER PAY, BEDSPREADS
sprinkler system, stove, refrigerator used as third bedroom. Newly Some experience required. the consumers." AND JOB SECURITY VALENCES

air cond., total painted. $l,000down.$75mo. Alert, clean, neat and has a Vladez said his direct action Contact; FESTOONS
price $14,700. No qualifying. One mortgage. 4530 NW 12th pleasant personality. Week comes following months of PEERLESS
Bring your down payment and Place. 373-7973. ends, but plan to open weekly fruitless attempts to deal with SERVICE CORPORATION &t::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::: ::::::::::

let's talk terms.Aetna Realty, -uses For further information, call l Food Fair officials on the :::: :::
Phone: 757-5724. Open Satur- $1,000 down. $85 month.Total Needed at once: Secretary. I..

day til noon. price $7,000. 373-7973. CHILD CARE Salary Open. 1:1:::: Specializing ::1=1:

37-39 NW 64th Terrace. Al- House for sale. 2 bedroom Childcare In my home, your Contact:Mr.Samuel Mackey :$:::*ALL TYPES OF ;=1;:

most brand new 2 bedroom frame. For more information, child will have the best of care I I $ *RUGS ::
duplex, total price $21,000. ,call 866-0797. In my home. Mrs. Anderson I HELP WANTEDALL :|: *WINDOWS 1=1:

Live in one, let the other pay SACRIFICE $3,000 759-8335. Indef.) TYPE CITY JOBSIN :1111 Domestic & : i
your mortgage good terms. 11|1 PHONE: -
for sale. 2 bedrooms DOUBLE
House I take care of babies and I THE CITY OF
Call today for details. Aetna frame. For more information, children in my home. I will Icoloas GRAY HAiatiufacL. MIAMI BEACH :|:::J. Holley & J. ::::
Realty (Broker), 811 NW 54th 2 MESSES HAIR IN PLACE 'x Owners ::
call 866-0797.
pick and deliver. 1501 NW
up Police Officer

Street. Phone: 757-5724.Open 91st Street. 693-4452. r% L1TTIT'kitl Tfi7 Clerk tfttmwsrawSEWING::::::: : : : : : :::::::::::
Secretary Recreation -
Saturday til noon.
Leader, Pork Attendant
I have room for Infants. Bestof Apply in Person:
6631 NW Miami Place3bed- Room In Christian home. So- care In my home. Pickup 9 a.m. til 4 p.m.
room, 2 bath, CBS, tile roof, REPAIR
ber man. Call 695-6387.1824 and delivery. Call after 5 pm CHILDCARE 1370 Washington Ave. Rm202
floors, Florida room, gar- NW 83rd Street. 696-8447.
age, no qualifying,$2,500 dwn, JUANITA'S DAY CARE LOCAL 1554
owner will mortgage., CENTER AFSCME AFL-CIO
carry Lovely efficiency, no children I have room for Infants. Best *
This one won't last. Be first! Pick up and delivery service. Clean & Oil
Aetna RealtyBroker), 811 NW 1 bedroom $18.$19 of care In my home 634-2465 For further Information call Adjust< Tensions
apt. I
54th Street. Phone: 757-5724. 1 bedroom apt. $22 (Ot.3)KindergartenNursery. OX 1-2350. (Sept 19)) BANK Check Wiring
Open Sat. til noon. 2'bedroom CBS REPOSSESSIONS Adjust Belt
5 days MADAM KAYA 19.65 lie Delint Machine
duplex $32 Bonnevi
5928 NW 5th Court DEPOSIT REQUIRED per week. Free pick up and delivery gifted spiritualist reader Inspect& Lubricate
FHA $100 down to Vets and 221 For information call and
WEST REALTY advisor. Guaranteed to 1966 Galaxie 500 Ford
plus closing costs.Huge 2 bed- 2020 NW 62nd Street Mrs. Eva M. Ware, 7588072or help. Advice on all problemslove Phone: .

rooms, 1 large living room, (Open 10-12)) Mrs. Dorothy Brown 758- marriage, courtship, Come in or Call:
: \*separate dining room, large 3446 (Sep. 26) business transactions. Help Mr. Duffie at:. Or MF'I
:" kitchen, carport, front porch, Nice couple. 1419 NW 81st St. find loved ones and lost articles -
i CBS. Hurry for this. See, call Apply: 5129 NW 24th Avenue. MADAME DIANE Guaranteed help. She National Industrial RELIABLE -
I ,, 'owners 693-2631. After 6:30: p.m. The lady from the land f succeeds whre others have Bank of Miami _
miracles She should help 1 failed. She gives you lucky 6013 NW 7th Avenue
$3,000 Down $5500 TOTAL where others have failed. She 1 and
Nice working lady to share days lucky numbers. Blessed 759-4321
1430 NW 41st STREET home with same. 696-5716. helpes you on all problems and I oil and lucky charms for
1 bedroom CBS, big lot, no sickness. Gives lucky days and I the home. From 9 to 9 daily Is Your Luck

qualifying. Payments only $26 Room for man and retired numbers. Special reading with 1 She Is a true instrument of LOSTOn Can't Hold Money?
per month. lady. 1116 NW 51st Terrace. this ad. Phone 6889128.14060NW 1 God. She helps and heals by Jitney Cab #11 on Wed- Sick ? Can't Get
:' Allapattah Realty 6330426NO 7th Avenue. prayer. 688-9178 NW nesday, Sept. 24th: My Social -. Can't Hold a Job?

2_ .w.fi.nlchnri_._.. .I'nnmC__...w. .1q91....... .N"W, .. (Sept. 26& Ot 3)) 7th Avenue. ( 1160) Security check in my Hold Friends ?
QUALIFYINGNO 67th Street. Bible and my pocketbook Problems? Can't

RED TAPE ROUTE SALEMAN $94.50 check, plus my hus Enemies?
I Beautiful corner 3 bedroom Furnished room working man Sealtest band's $304.00. We have 10 Come see this gifted
foods has admitted opening for
ex- all
of God with
2 bath CBS, front porch, car- only. $16 wk. First and last children and we don't make lems. h
perienced route salesman established Prayer e
week rent 693-4409 on much Please let
port, central heat, beautifullykept required. money. things. God can do
fenced yard, wall to wall after 7 p.m. wholesale delivery accounts.. Average routes- the Lord bless you in the but fall. No

carpets, stove, air conditioner. man now earning I $200 per week or better future by returning my cessary.
This beauty is $16,700, Room in private home for a after being assigned permanent route. Apply check and my much needed MOTHER L.
$4,500 down and $91 month clean working middle age lady. money. My heart is weak. Phone: -
,in 17707 NW Miami 2311 HW 82nd
Court.An .
pays all. Life Realty. Broker 691-0425. person, I am Mrs. Ina Davis, of
759-4371 624-3666. Equal Opportunity Employer 118 ONW 2nd Ave., Miami, Miami, Fla.
If would like a nice room so let God bless you byre* (Open for )

call 6917034. Man only. f ru n In g my papers and (S
2130 NW 81st TERRACE
I 111
Beautiful 3 bedroom CBS
Room in nIce home Call after ;
home, carport and ,
5 p.m. 696-8447. $12.50 wkly.
porch large FHA
rooms, "AAMC.O
mortgage, low Interest rates, Apartment, partly furnished. ''e EASTERNImmediate

no owner.qualifying 7585400.$2500 down.Call Water and lights free. $25 Transmission

deposit. No children Prefer

men only 1756 NW 85th St. Service You ;;
3 bedroom, 2 bath CBS directly 1852 NW 51st Terrace can't beat it!
<*- across from new school at Unfurnished house. Pleasant
2105 NW 56th St. Freshly neighborhood. Indoor and outdoor
painted inside and out.Fenced 'tile porches, fireplace, 1-DAY SERVICE COMPUTER .
yard. Price and payments to completely fenced. $40 wkly. (MOST CANS)
be arranged. $1,000 down and Security deposit necessary. REASONABLE PRICES Eastern Airlines' Miami Computer Center Isone of

move right in. Life Realty, Call Friday or Saturday, 538- 550 SHOPS NATIONWIDE world's largest commercial ,computer centers -
Broker 759-4371. 8492. six IBM 36( 5's.
Applicants should possess the following
SELLER PAYS ALL CLOSING Christian home has room for FREE 13-POINT MULTI-CHECK qualifications:
r COSTS. We have 4 CBS du- rent. Sober ma. Call 696- TRANSMISSIONS
plexes that can be bought for 6387. 1824 NW 83rd St. FREE TOWING At least 18,years of age

FHA valuation of$17,000 each, CREDIT MAY Bt ARMNQID High school graduate or CEO Equivalency
$700 down, $120.86 month and HELP WANTED ficate
seller will pay closing costs. Beauty advisers to sell cos Deoler Address Phon. Dealer Address Phone
I 2 bedrooms each side, will metics. Earn as much as you Miami Northilde 696-5544 Hlaleoh 420 W 29th Str..t 887-4309 Current IBM 360 operator experience or

) paint inside and out. Life like at your convenience. Call 7635 NW 27th AvenueMiami South Miami 665.6573 These positions require rotating shifts and provide

I Realty, Broker 759-4371. 691-9392 or 751-7449. 6500 NW 7th Av.nu.7512416 5771 S. Dixie Highway starting salary of $443. per month. Outstanding
2 houses on 2 lots. $500 down, (Dec. 31)On ) Perrlne 238-9277 motional opportunities are available. Excellent
The Troll
on each $100 mo. on mort 2821 SW 8th Str..t 18200 S. Dixie Highway ployee benefits, including travel privileges are
gage. Total price $6,000. i Master Barber wanted. Inquire Hollywood 927.2816
North Miami 947-3469 Apply by visiting Personnel Office at 4600
NW 65th Street. 373. 973. at: 9455 NW 17th Ave. 454 NE 167th Street 1332 S. Dixie Highway 36th
Street, Monday thru Friday, between 9:00 .
0 x Miami Beech 538-2366 Ft. Loudordole 5664373 and 5:00 p.m. or write to:
3110 N. Andrews Av.nu.
Lot 135.
,' Experienced 825 5th Str..t
'J' duplex. NW 32nd Ave betwe Ft. Lauderdale 584-5440 EASTERN AIRLINES
'48tn St. and 48th Terrace.Mr. following helpful. Party Girl, 1821 S. State Road #7 INTERNATIONAL AIRPORT/MIAMI FLORIDA 33148

j,4; Jadkson, 757-9821 (Oct. 3) 15980 NW 27th Ave. 625-3521. An Equal Opportunity Employ r/A Plans For Progress Company


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THE MIAMI TIMES. Friday. October 3. 1969 31

I, Deadline Is Saturdayas

Opening Oct. 1 1969 cast by the general voting ular business hours this TAKE THE COAST GUARD
public as well as only by the week," Braterman said. !
freeholders. "Also, the main office will IT'S YOUR T H INGI! i iI
. In the past,only freeholdershave be open Saturday from 8:30 I
::: voted on proposals havingto a.m. to 5 p.m. so as to give Visit your COAST GUARD Recruiter at )
Mel's do with taxation or bonds. everyone an opportunity to 103 N. E. 5th Street, Miami, Florida
'f However, recent challenges register." J
have been made to this practice PHONE: 350-5580
i. The main voter registration
i.k k I as being unconstitutional.This office is located in the Metro
double vote will
Beauty preclude Justice Building,1351 NW 12th
possibility officials having Street.
to hold another election If
the freeholder vote was ruled Registered voters who have : 'mil
out by the court. moved since the last election BAY STREET 1 !
& Barber
"All our regular branch offices must re-register by simply CLEANERS II''
1r as well as the main office supplying their new new ad-
J will be open during reg dress. 1340 NW ,

3rd AVENUE William Johnson,
SuppliesI THE EQUITABLE LIFE Owner, Mgr.
Offers Cleaning and Laundry Serviceof

ASSURANCE SOCIETY fine quality,at reasonable neighborhood prices.
Owned and Operated by Negroes OFTHEUNITEDSTATESIS Free pickup and Delivery if Desired

20510 NW 28th Ct. Miami, Fla. APPOINTMENT OF


ONLY A '\"\ .\. :' j'
Melveen Ware, Owner John Ware, Mgr. t \ '1' 3074 NW 79TH ST BROKERS
If No Answer:
693-4772 759-4500

FHA-FRAME-STUCCO, 2 bdrms, 1 bath,. LRlge
DR, double kitchen, front porch, Ige lot, $10,000,

PINE, 2 bdrms, 1 bath, LR, Ige
w.. kitch, tile firs, carpet, util rm, $12,000, $850
down, $86.01 mo.FHACBSDUPLEX.1.

" Mr. Glenn joined Equitable in March, 1967 and has bdrm, 1 bath, LR,Din area,
consistently attained outstanding production levels kitch each side, 1 Fla rm, $18,500, $1,350 down,
and rapidly expanded his knowledge and skills. I In $131.24 mo.CBSTILE .
recognition of these achievement, he was appointeda
RF, Terr firs, 3 bdrms, 1 bath, LR,
District Manager in the Phillips Agency, effective
REQUIRESA Fla kitch DR util beautiful
rm, rm, big corner
September 1, 1969. location, S.W. area, $18,750, $3,750 down, $140mo.
mature individual to assume 100 BISCAYNE TOWER BLDG., 16th FLOOR
SUPERVISORY and ADMINISTRATIVE MIAMI, FL'ORIDA 33132 3 baths, Z car gar., util rm, Ige LR DR,
Phone kitch, & Fla rm areas, tile rf, CBS, terr & hdwd
DUTIES over semi-skilled workers 371-5691 firs. $32,500, $8,000 down, $193.49 mo. ,
Equitable is growing in Miami. And li are the
have extensive SUPERVISORY & busy thoroughfare has
Must tunities for men and women who seek a chollengingand multiple usage as medical
MINORITY GROUP RELATIONS experience. rewarding future with a company of distinction-Trie center, offices, stores or light mfg.Asking $35,000
EVENING HOURS Equitable. Over 100 years old. One of the nation's $8,000 down, $200 mo.

EXCELLENT BENEFITS & SALARY largest life insurance companies.More than 60 billions CHURCH SITE 110 ft. by 140 ft.,'with 2 bdrm
Send resume in confidence with detailed of insurance in force. Call Mr. Glenn today, and find house in "os-is" condition. Excellent location.

salary history to: Miami Times, 6530 NW out about Equitable's outstanding career opportunities.THEffEQUITABLE. $14,000.

15th Ave., Miami, Fla., 33147.An MANY OTHER CHOICE PROPERTIES

Equal Opportunity EmployerA AVAILABLE
Plans for Progress CompanyMF

The Equitable Life Assurance Society of the United States,
New York, N. Y:

An Equal Opportunity Employer, M/F I King Realty, Inc. of MiamiKing

FOR SALE Sin: Buy''REAL TORS 8000 NW 7th
ISOUR Iff**** *-L Ave.KINGDOM. .
$8,000 CASH FOR SALE .

2 Houses and Lots. 50x100 each. Perfect
location. /2 block from Grandway, 3 blocks
from school and churches surrounding. 1 15731 NW 28th Ct.

house renting at $125 per mo. Priced right.

1251 NW 52nd ,Street. $8,000 cash. Contact
4 Bedroom 2 Bath CBS
owner at rock house in rear from 4 til 8. Ask

for Mr. Harold.

Immediate PossessionSold
1490 NW 81 I STREET

Lovely corner, 2 bedroom, 2 bath, plus Fla room, ...

direct by owner awnings, built-in range and oven, hardwood firs,
no qua)Eying/ $107.50 month pays all.
Do you have a mortgageon

house? 2 bedroom each side, 1 payment,wall to wall car
your DOWN
pet, refrigerator, stove, 3 air conditioners. FHA
Then your family should be protected "K
against the possibility of your WH l $155 per month pays all 21 NW 68 TERRACE WJ
not being around to complete the l' 3 bedrooms, 2 baths, central heat and hair, hard-
payments. We can provide that y wood floors
beautifully equipped kitchen, only
family security with our Mortgage :
Cancellation Plan. If something fF "'S No qualifyingNo $22,000.
should happen to you it guarantees -
the cash to pay your mortgage f 1381 NW 96 STREET .
m full. Or our plan can he used to Closing Beautiful 3 bedroom, 2 bath, on lake. Large screen
establish a permanent addition to ed porch built-in
your life insurance when the mort rang. and oven. Wonderful I area.,
gage is paid off. For all the details. ,, No legal fees


Edward E.K. Longsworth J h 373-0686 days specialize .In homes for persons being displaced -
Neil R. Corey General Agency 0 n I in Urban Renewal area, Miami Housing
201 S. W.27th Avenue I Ha nCOCK Projects., Vets call to see if you qualify. You're
!Miami Florida 33135 Life Insurance 864-8546
Telephone:642-72II eves | | only a phone call away.

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