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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 10, 1969
Frequency: weekly
regular
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Subjects / Keywords: African Americans -- Newspapers -- Florida   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Miami (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Miami-Dade County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
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Spatial Coverage: United States -- Florida -- Dade -- Miami
Coordinates: 25.787676 x -80.224145 ( Place of Publication )
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Additional Physical Form: Also available on microfilm from the University of Florida.
Dates or Sequential Designation: Began in 1923.
General Note: "Florida's favorite Colored weekly."
General Note: "Tempora mutantur et nos mutamur in illis."
General Note: Editor: H.F. Sigismund Reeves, <Jan. 6, 1967-Dec. 27, 1968>.
General Note: Description based on: Vol. 25, no. 8 (Oct. 23, 1948).
Funding: Funded by NEH in support of the National Digital Newspaper Project (NDNP), NEH Award Number: PJ-50006-05
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Holding Location: University of Florida
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II Patsy Evans Dies at 123 I I Consecutive Years Serving I

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The Greater
Miami lost Its No. 1 citizen m 1967 and had been confinedto < Three sons lived to be 88, 85 Miami Community
Sunday night when the grim a wheelchair ever since. and 81. She made her home
reaper finally caught up with Mrs. Evans never lost her with a daughter, Mrs. Annie
Mrs. Patsy Evans, a confirmed spirit or her sharp mind, and Lee Butler, 63, 118 NW 45th \1\
123-year-old who held the up until three years ago was Street. LOOKING FOR A HOUSE?
first Medicare card issued in an active member of the JamesE. Mrs. Evans came to Miami SEE OUR REAL ESTATE
Dada County. Scott Community Associa- from Georgia in 1929 after the SECTION ON PAGE 31.
Mrs. Evans,a devout Chris- tion's Golden Age Club. death of her husband.
tian whose life has been domi- Born Feb. 4, 1846 at Dor- Services in charge of the ,
nated by Jesus since she was sey Crossing, Georgia, Mrs House of Albert will be held on TEMPORA MUTANTUR ET NOS MUTAMUR IN ILLJSVol.

40, died at Jackson Memorial Evans remembered when the Saturday. 47, No. 7 MIAMI, FLORIDA, OCTOBER 10, 1969 PRICE: 15
Hospital where doctors In the slaves were freed after the I
geriatrics clinic had been Civil War. She was 14 at the
studying her longevity for time. 1

years. She was the mother of 19 Atlanta Gets Black Vice Mayol
She broke her hip in a tall children and has outlived 15.r' .


ATLANTA-A 31 year old months, he was the only can- T
black attorney was elected didate. : w,
vice mayor of Atlanta on Tues Tate missed the runoff by a
day. Maynard Jackson, who only 3,637 votes. With all 149 H '
ran against U, S.Senator Her precincts reporting, Massell FI
man Talmadge last year and had 29,971 votes to 25,830 for
was the first black to seek the Cook. Tate had 22,193 and
post, defeated Alderman Mil- Milllcan 17,481
ton Farris. Final returns showed 54,455,

Another black,Horace Tate, votes for Jackson to 36,299for .
finished third in the race for Farris. //I
: rJI mayor behind liberal Democrat Tate 46, head of a .statewide ?
Sam Massell and moderate organization of black
Republican Alderman teachers and a member of the 4 rpy r ,t Ja I '
Rodney Cook, both white. Atlanta school board, apparently -
Jackson, 31-year-old fifth was the victim of a splitin

generation Georgian, comes the black vote. Also, fewer N y,
from a long line of ministers Votes turned out than had been
The Morehouse College and expected. 'IR
North Carolina Central Uni- Predictions had run as highas
versity School of Law grad- 150,000 votes but the'total
uate launched his campaign for appeared to be around 100-,
the city's second highest office 000. Atlanta has about 200-,
nearly seven months ago 000 registered voters, 40 per
on March 7. of them blacks
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j... MRS PATSY .EVANS. Dade's Oldest'Citizen Succumbs-; Not Helping Blocks Vice 'Mayor. Jackson And Family 'I,

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and Jackson "
Attorney Mrs. Maynard H. Ore
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University of South shown above spending a little precious time with
WASHINGTON If some rants, motels andhotels,there
civil-rights enthusiasts really has been'no massive volun- daughters Brooke (front) and Beth. The wife of the

.. believed the 1968 Open Housing tary compliance with the new vice-mayor is the former Bunnie Hayes Burke.
Florida to AwardAfroAmerican Act would quickly squelch open-housing law.
discrimination against blacks "When you buy a hambur-
in the U. S. housing market, ger, you're only in the restaurant
they have been sadly disap- for half an hour or so,"
Fired CEP Director Asks
Degree pointed. said Martin Sloan, an assistant
When the law -the first director of the U. S.Civn
federal open-housing statute rights Commission. "But
Gainesville .- The regents Several other Florida in the 20th Century was people feel much more strongly Hearing To AppealHarold
schools including Florida
approved over objection lastFrldaya passed by Congress 18 months about their neighborhood."
Uni-
State University and the
new bachelor's degree ago, there were hosannas from One reason for the law'sslow
program in Afro- versity of Florida offer courses liberals and gnashing of teeth beginning, of course, is E. Oliver, fired last
American studies at the Uni- in African studies, butdo by conservatives in generaland that not all of its provisionshave week as director of the Con-
versity of South Florida as a not award degrees.The real estate men in particu yet taken effect. centrated Employment Program *,
pilot program forthewholestate new program was ap- Last Jan. 1, the discrimination has asked the Economic
university system. proved 7-1 with Dr. Clarence lar.But Opportunity Program Inc fora
today, in most parts of ban was extended to
Menser of Vero Beach objecting -
the country, blacks are still most apartment buildings and hearing to appeal what be
"We feel we can create a on grounds that threeor
serious roadblocks considers an unjust action.
hitting' to single family homes most
greater understanding of and four new courses had been
when they seek to buy or renta real estate
notably develop-
between peoples adopting added at the Tampa school in Oliver claims the letter
this said place to live. ments not owned by pri- his duties and
program, RegentDr. order to start the: degree pro- terminating
And the federal vate individuals.On .
government's -
Louis Murray of Orlando. gram. $15,000 a year salary gave no
enforcement machin- New Year's Day 1970, official reasons for his dis-
ery has been slow in gearingup the law will be extended to missal. According to Mrs.
to demolish those homes sold
road- single-family or executive
Marie Carl, 'EOPI
Black Editors To Visit blocks. rented by real estate agents. director, Oliver was fired for
Unlike the wave of popular Private-home owners selling "gross violations of proce-
acceptance that greeted the their property without help 4
dures and for usurping the authority
1964 Civil Rights Act's ban on from real estate agents will f
MIAMI TIMES of the board.
EDITORt., discrimination by restau-, remain exempt.

----- HAROLD E. OLIVER "' ,
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TO TOUR ISRAEL :' : AFT ASKS COUNTYWIDE POOL 'Oliver claimed tha toon-ex- +

isting policies and conflicting

Miami Times Editor Garth we are witnessing today in administrative proceduresmade
I C. Reeves will make a ten day many communities. his "innovative" pro-

tour of Israel along with six hopes FOR TEACHER TRANSFERSThe cesses impossible. He claims
Editor Reeves that
other black there would be no need for a
newspapereditors .- this Informational tour will poverty program if it were not r
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next provide insights that will American Federationof 'The AFT;which represents would talk to the teachers for "systems and procedures
month. The ,-. counteract these problems Teachers local chapter has several hundred of Dade's 10-, about desegregation.Those that have discriminated
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..,, 500 teachers asked Whigham teachers volunteering us and denied us the
group will depart : The trip will provide an op- suggested that School Superintendent against
from New t portunity to observe insight E. L. Whigham takea to send a personal letter to for transfer would attend right to a fruitful and produc-
York City on into what the struggling demo more, personal hand in each teacher before January, the orientation course'durlngthe tive life."
NoV. 16 and re- cracy of Israel is all about, seeking voluntary teacher' outlining the need for volun-. .spring semester, accord
turn by 1 how a minority group has man transfers to newlyintegratedschools. tary transfers. 'The group is ing to the union plan,and would No date for a bearing has
Thanksgiving.The aged to survive and succeed opposed to the present as- begin teaching in the ,new been set as yet. Oliver goes to ;
under great odds, and how the The union also proposedthat signment system. schools next fall. Washington to testify at a gov-

trip was discussed and newly emerging African countries a ,countywide pool of Whigham, along with repre- ernment bearing on Monday.He .
planned this summer at the are being helped by Is- teachers volunteering for reassignment sentatives of the Florida AFT director Ralph Lloyd, told The Times that he
National Newspaper Publishers rael. be established School Desegregation Consulting 'also suggested that class sizes might ask for an investigation'.It
Convention in phoenix Editor Reeves' experiences and given a three-semester- Center here, should hold in newly-integratedschoolsbe of the Dade poverty Programby
Arizona. Black publisherswere in Israel will be brought our hour course in the spring to meetings in each of the six limited to 20 students each, the OEO. '
becoming increasingly readers in a series of articles acquaint them with problems school districts, then, with teachers having a maximum 'it
concerned over the polarization beginning the first week In they may experience in the said. Administrators and of 20 class periods a Oliver has retained A. Leo
and pervasive racism that December. new situation. black community spokesmen week Adderly as his attorney.' t,

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I Life Insurance Companies Invest $1.2 Billion In Ghettos I INew

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York--A Special life surance Committee on U r b a n pointed out that life insurance This money rehabilitation Is financing the or As examples of what being A project may be in the blighted .'
insurance program to improve Problems. companies for the most nart construction done, Mr. Ferguson said minor area itself or man adjacent
conditions in the blighted area The program designed to are located In cities; most pol- purchase for low of and 80,000housing moderate Income ity owned-and-operated if it helps low-income people
of the cities has reached the help alleviate blight in city icyholders 11 vein cities and units shopping centers, medical move out of a neighborhood
two-year mark, with nearly core areas, was launchedSep- depend on city enterprises for families. enterprisesand clincis nursing homes retail into a more desirable environ
$1.2 billion committed for in- tember 13, 1967, with a pledgeof their livelihoods; and a major Job creating service facilities stores and other businesseshave ment.
vestments it was reportedthis $ 1 billion by life insurance portion of life company invest- community 301 million. This been financed by long- Participating in the pro-
week. companies. Last April, companies ments are made in and around -- $ term mortgage loans throughthe gram to fulfill the second bil-
pledged a second $ 1 cities. money is financing projectsthat program. Deposits have lion dollar pledge are 121
The money is financing low- billion for the program. Mr. Ferguson, who is presi- provide 38,000 permanentjobs also been made in Negro banks companies holding 90 percentof
In addition to the jobs involved -
income housing job creating These commitments, Mr. dent of The Northwestern Mu- constructionwork and saving and loans associations the assets of the life insurance
in the
enterprises and community Ferguson said, reflected the tual Life Insurance Co., Mil- needed to serve a dual purpose: business in the U.S.The
Is
and
service facilities in 240 cities concern of the life insurance waukee, gave this breakdownof and providing services In city stimulate the growth of these companies are members of the
facilities
throughout the country, according business for the nation's deteriorating loans and commitmentsmade institutions and at the same Life Insurance Association of
to Francis E. Ferguson urban areas and to date: core neighborhoods.The time channel funds through America and America Life
chairman of the Life In- for the, people living there.He Housing -- $878 million. the life experience insurance gained business by in them into ghetto neighbor Convention the two major life
hoods for home and business insurance trade associations.The .
investing the first billion dol-
lars has resulted in some shift loans. Investment decisionsare program has financed
54th Black History Meeting lin emphasis in the current made by each of the par- projects in 42 states, the Dis-
I phase of the program Mr. ticipating life insurance com- trict of Columbia and Puerto
Ferguson said."Initially panies. Rico. Here are the 15 leading
Promises Greatest In America the bulk of our investments The $2 billion for the program -states in the amount: of loans
isbeingdlvertedfrom
were in housing' and commitments made thus
BIRINGHAM-Ten government ments and achievements of bushing books about it.' the lifelnsuranceexecutive the normal investments of life far:
officials and fifty-seven per- Black people. said. "These loans provided insurance companies to make 15 Leading States.
sons representing fifty-three A total of sixty sessions will When contacted,Dr.Charles mortgage money so that people capital available to finance California, Texas Illinois,
universities will converge on be held in the five meeting A. Brown Principal of Brighton -* who were formerly unable to projects that are usually un- New York New Jersey, Ohio,
Birmingham in one of the rooms of the Hotel Tutwiler High School, Local Coordinator -. obtain financing could now buy able to obtain private financing and Michigan.Also .
greatest annual meetings on beginning on the morning of of theConventionandlocal their own homes, and it was because of location or risk. Massachusetts Tennessee
Negro History in America. October 9 and ending on the 12. Chapter president said used in theconstruetlonof To be eligible for the program Florida, Pennsylvania
Hotel Tutwiler will be the According to ,Dr. Charles H. that his committee has accom- low-rent and rent supplement a project just be de- Indiana, Missouri,
:scene of this mammoth con- Wesley, executive director of plished an extraordinaryamount housing units."Housing signed to benefit people living Minnesota and Maryland.
ference on Black History the Association for the Studyof of work in the interestof will still receive
,which will include topics from Negro Life and History and making this the most excit- over half of these urban funds, .
art and Abraham Lincoln to labor retired president of CentralS ing and interesting Convention but we also see that the crea- r----j rM -----l
t education and Africans ta te College, "We now feel to date. tion of good jobs for people in II
.M Never before has so many that the majority of Americansare blighted areas and the development I
educators In the United States, turning to the profound Dr. J. Rupert Picott,former of m i n o r 11 y business & BOY'S Shop '
representing both black and significance of Negro historyin president of Virginia Teach- enterprises can have a
white universities shown such America. Major publishersare chers association and presently continuing economic impact on I THIS IS OUR ONLY STORE I :
tremendous Interest in bring- beginning to recognize the an executive with the Na far beyond See Mr. Jack
a core area community -
ing to light unknown facts and validity of using Black history tional Educaton Association the amount:of money invested I liThe Latest in Men' Fashions" I
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Bethune-Cookman College. She and her attendants (left to, right) Miss, [; I ;.r -I, '

Sophomore, Janice, Patterson, Jacksonville; Miss Senior. Mildred Haryey, ....,. ... '. .-.,-,-... : -
Boynton Beach; Miss B-CC, Shirley Sellers Daytona Beach; Miss Junior. <"'" ttl' -

I, Doris Golden. Clearwater; Miss Freshman Cynthia Reeves Leesburg; will "k -
[ serve as official hostesses for B-CC during the 969-70 school year. They will .. ,
also accompany .the B-CC Wildcats to two special events: The Central Florida \. .
Classic October 11, In Orlando,, B-CC vs Kentucky State College Thoroughbreds >r' -- ;
I ; and the Gator Bowl Classic, October 18, Jacksonville, B-CC vs Savannah :
State College Tigers., __ ?

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THE MIAMI TIMES, Friday, October 10, 1969 3
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Miss Marie White RetiresMiss t f1 : ,, ; '
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Marie M. White, As- was cited by the late Mayor
sistant Probation Officer at Abe Aronowitz fur her meri-
the Dade County Juvenile and torious service.In ,i}
Domestic Relations Court
1967 she was listed inWho's
since January 161956, retired
Who Among the
Friday September Baptist.
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69.Miss On May 30, 1960 Miss White
White is a native Mi- was the recipient of the SarahA. s
amian and the youngest daughter Blocker award given for L
of the late Edward and meritorious and outstanding nY's' P t
Georgia White. She is a gra- service by the Florida Normaland

duate of Bethune-Cookman Industrial College In St. _______r
College School of nursing and Augustine, Florida. P Ir _
followed this profession until
Miss White _..
was employedby
coming to the Court. -- ------------
the Court by the late Judge ;
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Throughout her life time she Walter H. Beckham. She MISS MARIE WHITE ; a
had exhibited leadership served in every department and Those who know Marie _
qualities 1 in community ser was classified as a very com White will never think of her
vice both professional and as a petent and efficient officer.Asa as having retired. She will '
volunteer in allied areas. She probation officer she worked continue to work among the %
has been active In the Daughters digilently with delinquent girls Baptist churches of Florida. _
of the Elks, Businessand helping to straighten out their She will serve as a consultanton
Professional Women's Circle, lives. problems of crime and Juvenile -
Order of the Eastern Star and She is known far and wide as delinquency with Judge k
has served fundraising a Christian worker whose life Stone.
drives for the American Red is spent in the work of the Her future plans include a ----
Cross and the Christian Hospital church. trip around the world. A Miami student! KI chard Powell (second from left) took part In cere-

On the morning of her retirement monies this week in New Orleans in which Mayor Victor H. Schiro (seated)

She has been an active and Senior,Judge DonaldV. proclaimed October 511 National Pharmacy Week in New Orleans. Other par

,contributing member of the Stone In praised a special her staff achievements meet-- Bahamian-AmericanMembership ticipants were Cr. Charles J.. Kelley, dean, Xavier University College of

Baptist Church throughout her Ing with a few invited relativesand Pharmacy; Powell; Kirkland Crosby, president of Xavier student chapter of
'entire state lifetime.and She national has received friends. Flowers tele- Drive American Pharmaceutical Association (APhA); and Dedra Gourdine, APhA

honors for her activities with grams and gifts attributed to There will be a member vice president. Powell is the son of Mr. and Mrs. Richard H. Powell of 1840
the
esteem In which
high she
the Baptist Women Is held. ship drive dinner Saturday, NW 62nd Terrace and is president of Xavier's chapter of Chi Delta Mu, professional -

h In February of 1954 she was Immediately after she retired Oct. 18 at the Sweden House, pharmacy fraternity. _
guest of honor at a testimonial she flew to Kansas City, 14875 South Dixie at 9 p.m. wwwwrwwwwwwwwwwww awwwwwww
dinner given by the Order of Mo. to attend the National Baptist sponsored by the Bahamian Lillie C. EvansThe i 1 r-------------------------l '
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Pastore Bill Restricts Blacks -THAT TNEN/XONADM/NISTJIAT/ONIS A ")

TV-Ownership PEWITTING AMAJOR RETREAT IHTHK ft
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The black community should have particular interest in the '
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SCHOOL DESEGREGATION
so-called Pastore Bill now pending before the Senate Communications -,
subcommittee. MR.FINCHAND OFFICIALS IN HIS DEPARTMENTS R

In a recent editorial, the New York Times described the CIVIL RIGHTS OFFICE ARE
i, bill' as "a crude effort by the established television broad- I/ONESTLYDFD/C4 TED TO RACIAL EQUALITY.

,casters to perpetuate their virtual monoply over the nation's Bur THEY LACK BACKING OFT/IE

commercial airwaves. PRESIDENT WHOIN HIS EFFORTS TV A,

The bill, sponsored by Senator John O. Pastore of Rhode PLEASE SOUTHERN CONSERVATIVE14S w

Island, would prevent new applicants from challenging present REFRAINED FROM SPEAKING our
station unless license had been revoked I t;
owners an existing J
'for failure to serve the public interest. ON THIS CRUCIAL ISSUE. /,, "

For the past two years, the Office of Communication of the N.Y. TIMES Ifj !/ Lk11'4O a
United Church of Christ has aggressively fought discrimination -

against blacks in television and radio programming.The lZ< 4I I
historic Inroads made by the United Church of Christ .
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have caused TV broadcasters, in particular, great concern. \
Based on complaints filed by the United Church of Christ, a '
circuit court ordered the revocation of the license of WLBT- 'lETTERS
[ TO THE EDITOR!
TV in Jackson, Mississippi, for its racially discriminatory To Be Equalby
policies and programming.
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t In Texarkana, Texas, 12 black organizations, aided by the i
United Church of Christ, forced KTAL-TV into an unprece- Whitney M. Young Jr.

dented 13-point agreement to Insure adequate television pro- I Executive Director National Urban League Viet Nam Soldiers Want To Help
gramming for the black community and other minority groups.

The agreement also covered fair employment practices. Needy Black Families

Right now, black community leaders in Washington, D. C. Education USA And IsraelThere
are opposing license renewal of WMAL-TV on the groundsthat : ram writing this letter to inform you of an organizationcalled

it refuses to broadcast in the Interest of citizens of the Black Unity Congress (B.U.C.). This organization was
capital city, which is 65 percent black. is a popular myth in this country that because we have formed by 25 Black Brothers at Bien Hoa Airbase Viet Nam

The Pastore Bill would prevent such community groups to spend so much on defense, we can't afford new programsto It's sole purpose is to help the needy Black families in the

from asking for a TV license up for renewal, until the Federal end poverty and bring about a more equal society. I saw states and to bring Unity to the Brothers not only here in Viet
I Communications Commission has ruled that the old 11- Just how false such a myth is on my recent trip to Israel. Nam but also in the states With this in mind ram writingyou

ense holder Is unfit to continue. Here is a small. country, and a relatively poor one, that with the, express purpose of hoping to have our purpose

This may seem reasonable, but the fact of the matter is, has to spend $ far greater portion of its national weald on printed, in your .paper. And the,hope of you furnishing our
FCC has never in its history revoked a license because a sta- ,defense. Three wars in its 21 years and the constant harass- group with a list of needed families. '

tion failed to broadcast In the public interest, white or black. ment of hostile neighbors make the Israelis place a top pri- My name is Sgt. Michael A. Woodard, a resident of Miami.My .

Furthermore, FCC's three-man staff of investigators is woefully ority on defense. address is 1019 NW 63rd St. ram 1966 graduate of Miami
Inadequate. But while some Americans use defense costs as an excuseto Northwestern. I hope this organization is worthyofa space in

Senator Phil Hart of Michigan, who is against the Pastore avoid social expenditures, the Israelis do not. In fact, they your paper. It would be appreciated by the Black Brothers of
bill, said:: spend proportionately more on education, housing, and sub- Bien Hoa.

"The Pastore Bill would cut off an important,way of en- sidies to individuals than we do.
Address is Michael Woodard
My ; Sgt. A.
I the commitmentof .
was tremendously impressed by deep
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couraging broadcasters to respond to the needs and interestsof
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Israeli officials that human
their communities." the top todevelop country's re-
sources. Nowhere is this more evident than in the field of edu- 3rd Sec. Pol. Sg
? We feel communications are a vital part of modern life andbey A.PO. San Francisco 96227
are even more important as part of the thrust for black cation.
equality. The Israelis see,as too Americans do,that good schools
and superior education can erase social inequalities. So they ,
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The black community must have free access to the airwaves -
and all outlets of mass communications. If present are taking special steps to Insure that children from poorer Wake Up BlacksOur
broadcasters are unwilling to provide this accessibility,thereare families get special, "more than equal," schooling to compen-
sate for their less favored
black and white businessmen who should be given the op- backgrounds.The people are drafted before others.
way they are going about this has some lessons for us,
portunity.? We take more than we can afford to lose, valuable young
,Black citizens should oppose the Pastore Bill,as an obvious too. Too often such compensatory education Just becomes a black men die in Vietnam and still do not have complete rights.
political football here in America with the real issues ob-
measure to preserve the status quo of the "white media ,es- How many more' must die before-we-wake; up? Many mi-
scured by fights about bussing or other schemes.
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tablishment. norities groups are Included in unfair numbers Puerto Ricans
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What the Israelis are doing is to quietly saturate schools in
Indians, Africans, Cubans, people of Nassau and all Latin
Drug AbuseThe poor neighborhoods with special services. Students attendingsuch American countries. Wake up your loved ones, relatives, and
schools start earlier, with compulsory kindergarten,and
U. S. Department of Health, Education, and Welfare ,must stay,in school longer, about two years more than child friends are dying in Vietnam.
estimated recently; that five to seven million persons in the nation ren going to"other* schools. The big question, what does this war mean to black America -
at least HEW abuse ? if you mothers and fathers love your sons like you say you
have used Other
marijuana
once. drug They are introducing a longer school day too for
poor
do you'll Join us in force in the mobilization committeeto
statistics indicate that the abuse of chemicals has Increased neighborhoods. They are'aware' that shutting down the schools new
E dramatically in the United States. at three o'clock as we do, only sends children back to homes end the war In Vietnam. We need your support today. Wakeup

Although it has been known for nearly SOOOyears, marijuanais that, lack.study facilities. ,So the kids sta, in school and the now. Black blood is being spilled on other peoples land,
one of the least understood of all botanical substances.. In teachers tutor them. and why?

ancient China, it was given to relieve pain during surgery; in The teachers are, of course,paid extra for,their extra time, Someone very very close to you might be next.
India it was used as a medicine. However, unlike many other and their union backs the program. Most teachers accept the To all clergy you have a moral obligation, please pray for

substances, marijuana has no accepted use in modern medi- fact that they play key role in this developing society, and peace this Sunday.
cine.When they welcome the chance to develop the talents of their stu- March against death and Vietnam memorial service: Nov.

smoked, marijuana quickly enters the blood stream dents. They lack the'"combat" mentality,of too many American 13-15, Washington D.C.
and acts on the brain and nervous system.; It affects the user's teachers in slum schools.

mood and thinking. Its pathway into the brain is not under There is another side to education b Israel. That is the 0. J. "King' Roberts

stood. Some scientists report that the drug accumulates in the adult education programs needed by a nation that is still ab-
liver, others claim it takes up to five days to be eliminated sorbing immigrants from all over the world. SacrificesLove

,from the body's system. I visited one center in Jerusalem that was teaching Hebrewto

Because it may cause hallucinations when taken in very large new immigrants. There were 28 people in the class, from faith and understanding. I believe that love is under-

doses, it is classed as a mild hallucinogen. howthe, drug about 20 different countries ranging from Bolivia and Indiato standing, trusting, giving and taking. Faith is patience, pru-
works In the body and how it produces its effects have not yet France and Russia. None, spoke Hebrew but the teacher' dence and tactfulness.If a person don't explain anything to you,

been elucidated by medical science. We do know that the more started with a few words, and after a while they were com- then you can't understand. This is a mistake that we all niake;

,obvious physical reactions Include rapid heart beat, lowering municating with each other, and learning.I sometime or the other. Daily living is giving.Life is compli-
iof body temperature and sometimes reddening of the eyes. couldn't help thinking that in Israel it is accepted that you cated at times. From each error and foolish mistake some-

'The: drug also stimulates the appetite and dehydrates the body. can take 28 people from different cultures, all speaking dif- thing is gained. The hardest thing in the world to do is
Users may get talkative, loud, unsteady or drowsy and find it ferent languages, and teach them. Here America it takes an to admit mistakes, errors and faults.

hard to coordinate their movements. But many casual users immense effort simply to convince people'that middle class Sometimes it takes years to find out all'of our faults and

don't get any psychological effects. white children and poor black children can be taught in the errors. To face all the facts is horror., This can sometimescause
The abuser of drugs has virtually no knowledge of the long- same classroom. nervous '
breakdowns. These are facts. I was raised by
'term effects of the drug he is using,nor is he aware of the potential I visited Israel to present a paper on technology and em- one parent Ujis is how I learned responsibility at an early
side effects of that drug. In the case of marijuana, for ployment to an international conference sponsored by the Bitterness
age. is one of the worst can have.
feelings a
example, there are insufficient scientific answers to such American Foundation on Automation and Employment, headedby We all have dreamed and wanted the person sometimein
questions. Is that enough information on.which a marijuanauser labor mediator Theodore Kheel. Others in the American life wrong person
Understanding is a hell of this is a fact. My
a thing,
can base a decision as to whether or not the drug is delegation, including businessmen, unionists' and civil rights motto is: "Know what you want, then through all changes
go
harmful or harmless? workers, were as impressed as I was by Israel's
devotion
to try to get it if don't is bowl
you it it This
get give
upl"
Anyone who abuses drugs is taking a real to ,
chance. Maybe developing the potentials of its people. Next week Pll dis- feel that life is all about.
'he will feel good; maybe he will not There are no guarantees cuss other areas in which we,can learn a,thing or two from this
in drug abuse. Is it worth the chance? small nation.
Carita M.. Rhome


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PHIL OSSOFER :I

What Manner Of Men ,t

# e What is wrong with our educational True, mathematics, chemist
ftq system? It would try and other scientific subjects
WILLIAM H. CRIER, M. D.
; seem we are using a "cover- call for an abundance of
of
Co-Author "Black Rage"Copyright
By Booker ,,- ed-wagon" method of teach- exercise but
T. ha yesAre ...:. William Grier 1969 memory even
(c) H.
I ing in a nuclear-computor.. they are learned best when associated -

You Jet age. In years back, when with practical appli
Also I
:i Guilty? White RageAt life, both economic and social, cation.
was not as complicated as it Is Perhaps our failures in education
: It seems rather pathetic how we as individuals can place 1:30 a.hi. on a Tuesday last Spring, two policemen shot today, the method of cram- stem from the belief
; different assessments on a dangerous situation depending on up the Black panther headquarters in Oakland California ming facts into the mind may that we can learn only as
: the person directly involved. We look'upon our friends having Within 24 hours they were were fired.They had done the thingin have sufficed. Not so, today. youngsters. Actually, our
; been warned against the further use of alcohol;tobacco, sugar, the dead of night, they were off duty, in civilian clothes, the Actually, that method was not youthful education should
f1\\" salt and pork, and wonder'why they will run the risk of death building was,empty, and no one was injured it was a mute, true education even in the past, teach us how to continue learn-
1 by continued indulgence. We do this unconciously because we senseless act of frustration prompted by a Jury the day before for (to quote H.A. Overstreetin ing all through life; to learnto
:k personally feel that under the same conditions our zest for' finding Huey Newton guilty of voluntary manslaughter rather his book "The Mature confront the dally problems '
!:{ I living would create an adverse response. I have always felt than first degree murder in the killing last year of Oakland Mind"), "Learning that two of complex living. Our growing -
,r i that I possessed the willpower or self-central that would enable policeman John Frey. times two equals four does not interest in adult educationis
j\\, me to adhere to those changes beneficial to long life. It A fellow officer had been killed and they wanted Huey to die actually involve the function- a sign that weare beginningto
I has also been my belief that because of my average intelligence in the gas chamber. No doubt they feltthey "Justice." ing of the mind, but merelyof see it in a broader light.
': a change from any condition proven detrimental to good They would dismiss the legal process as a weak Instrument of that ready servant of the True education is'thedraw-
i' health would be an automatic manuver on my part.I a system which was too easy on radicals and anarachists. mind, the memory." ing out or development of a

: cannot say that I will not be able to abide-by any restrictions Such as appeal to justice" is of more than passing Interest Regarding the real purposeof person's potential to the ful-

I, prescribed by my physician concerning longevity, but since it reflects more than the customary conviction of each education, He writes, lest extent possible.Such education -
my reluctance to relinquish those things which warn of their man that his cause is Just.They seem conviced that "Justice"will "Building a mind means con- .develops character,
! potential danger, gives me cause for concern. Ifeel resonably return events to a prior state when the world was'simplerand fronting it with problems to be which enables the student to
i sure I am not alone in my beliefs, and I am equally sure more to their liking;when no one challenged the motives of solved; letting it search out apply his knowledge constructively
: others have had reason to question their ability to discon- police and when even suspected cop killers got stren treatmentand the revelent evidence; lettingit in his dealings with his

tinue the use of those comodities which pose a threat to good no sympathy.For learn to weigh this evidence, ''fellowmen, making our worlda
health. This, is evidenced by the number of people, of whichI blacks on the other hand, Justice is a condition of the future come to a conclusion, and test much better place to live in.
am one, who still continue the use of cigarettes despite and can only be expected when complex, far-reaching that conclusion." This process must Include
? clinical proof of their direct link to lung cancer. What'puzzles changes have come about in America. educating the teachers, true
me most is the fact that I still declare loudly, that I will stop While needed change is blocked largely by bigotry and Today's youngsters, far humanitarians who will strive
doing any and all things not in the interest of sound health. racism, there is a greater resistance imposed by a simple so- wiser in knowledge because of to help each child develop his
Equally puzzling is the realization that lam not willing to test cial inertia. And when a Social Reformation is upon the land, modern news media, are Im- God-given potential. Such "a
my beliefs. I have scheduled a number of starts in which I spearheaded by blacks, it will be resisted most vigorously not patient with old methods which teacher is one who enricheshis
would discontinue the use of cigarettes, but they have all been because the philoshpy is so abhorrent,but because it demands call for learning by rote cer- love of knowledge with the
; postponed or rescheduled shortly before the effective time. such sweeping change tain historical and other facts. knowledge of love.
I have done this on the pretense that my willpower or self- Integration, which was fought so desperately only a few years "
;" control need not be tested. Or the basis of no official medical ago, is now longed for,in the wistful way of a departed and un-
I" orders to the effect that I must stop smoking, I have declared appreciated suitor, It is not that integration philosophically A Voice For The Poor ". \
, that anytime short of such an order will be sufficient. 'so much more acceptable to A mer lea,but rather that it is a
more familiar concept, requiring less change thanblackacti-
Aside from the personal danger I may encounter as a result vlsm, and by now has become familiar, right and proper. There are nearly 30 million poor people in this country, and
I of my continuation of the smoking habit, I have great con- And in their rage at the in Justice of a world that would shove to a large degree, they are unrepresented in the governmentsof
cern for the example I am setting for my children. They are them hurtling forward, rootless and removed from all the old their cities, states, and nation.
aware of the dangers Involved in the continued use of ciga- familiar the two policemen drove to the Black Pan-
ways, up Sure, most can vote. But there's a lot more to governmentthan
rettes, and as any concerned person will do, they have questioned ther headquarters at 1:30 in the morning and shot a hole In a the Congress or local legislatures.
my reasons for not stopping Ihave always found it easy picture of Huey Newton.Black.
f to talk with my children, because I have stressed conversa- Most official rulings that affect our lives never come to a
tion as a prime requisite for understanding. Whenever pos- r vote in a representative body They are made by adminis-
sible, I have tried to offer an example to clarify the answersI tractors and bureaucrats in literally hundreds of agencies.
have given them in regards to their inquiries, and in most Profiles I II
cases these have seemed adequate. I I Such agencies decide whether a road will run through your
neighborhood, forcing you out of your home or business. They
; I understand the reluctance of of to admit that ,
can some
us Of decide how to
I Courage Interpret regulations determining who Is to get ;
ewe: also have weaknesses, but only in recognizing our,weak- : welfare assistance ,and how much; what housing codes to be
nesses are we able to Improve: on them.Somehow, I don't feel -By'Lou LuTour ,I strictly enforced; and a host of other day.to-day decisions that
satisfied with the answers and causes I gave my children in defense affect people's
of my smoking. My refusal, to admit that the odds apply Uves.'J
equally to each of us is falsely giving them the idea that the Bayard Rustin Is one civil rights strategist who stays ready In real sense, these administrators are accountable to
element of risk should not be considered in decisions concern- "to tell it like it is" either to politicians, educators, or stu- no one.
ing our health. I am setting an example of dangerous living by dents Black or others- who disrupt the educational programsof
,continuing' to indulge in this practice which has an elementof others through'1nlawful"acts His opener it ids mof Pre- A check of agencies dealing with problems of the poor
found that most never bothered to consult with the when
sident Nixon's nomination of Judge Clement HaynesworthJr. poor
danger attached. I am giving them the impression that our
personal desires have preference over those things that wouldbe to the Supreme Court Bench as an indication of his Intention to formulated rules and none had set up, machinery to do sol:
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more beneficial health-wise. I feel this will create a spiritof restore the doctrineof'separatebutequal'tothe courts and to So we have fine-sounding laws passed and then they are as-
defiance many people now find unexplainable. My children the life of the Dation surely makes us think about those 'sepa- ministered In a way that sabatoges their original purpose. And

accepted the explanation I gave them, but in response to any rate but equal'.days of education, prominent in the south. other,agencies, such as the police or the schools, operate in a,
complaint I may make concerning a physical ailment their first Taking a look at his participation in the field of education manner that,otter is prejudicial to the poor and the black.
stated remedy Is "Why don't you stop smoking?" I don't needa where teachers for the most part are concerned,Albert Shan-
psychiatrist I to inform me that I am creating a dual set ker UFT President had this to say about Bayard Rustin, "We One step that could alleviate this situation Is to create an official -
have had one who has had and voice of the ..an office of Poor People's Advocate.
of values for my children, and hadn't, begun to see It In this person courage, through great poor
particular context before getting involved In this column. I personal sacrlflcdhas supported us when he thought we were On the federal level, this should be an executive department
don't like the picture I have painted, and I particularly don't right and has also critized us when he thought we were wrong." staffed by legal experts and by people whohave first-hand
appreciate the extent of my Involvement, but I nave had to admit That's' B a y a r d Rustin. ,"A Man of Courage" who surely'' knowledge of what it means to be poor in the world's richest
takes his place,rightfully so,as a"Black Profile of Courage." country. It would represent the interests of the poor before
to my own fallings to show how innocently we create con-
ditions that might have long range effects.It We might recall what the sameBayardRustinhad to say other government agencies -- regulatory commissions and federal
about those Black students who made their demands when departments.
is no consolation to know mat lam not alone in some of my carrying guns on Campus"What the hell are soul courses
practices, If It was Just a problem for my family alone, I haveno worth in the real world?In the real world no one gives,a dam If Before any agency puts out a regulation or a ruling that
doubt of the eventual outcome, but how many others are you've taken soul courses. They ,.aD.hokn o w if you can do would affect poor people,It would ha veto consult with the Poor
going to care enough about the principles we set to forsake mathematics and write a correct sentence." He also challengedthe People's Advocate determine, the effect on the p o o r. Hearings -
some of the main things from which we derive a certain University officials to see that the Negro students got the would have to be heald to give the poor a chance to Ii_e

amount of pleasure. We can no longer use the old phrase "do remedial training they needed. heard. >

as I say, not as I do," because according to our own stand- People the world over know that Mr.Rustin is a man of well- Whenever an agency did something a ga ina t the Interests of
ards, examples are not preached,they are set.Now that have thought-out words and strong actions In 1941 he was youth organizer the poor,.the Advocate's department would have the right to go
made myself ware of the dangers of my own recklessness, theme for A.Phillip Randolph's March on Washington.In,1942be to the courts to askforjudlcialrevlewon behalf of all the '
remaining problem is what must I do about it? I feel my went to California to help protect the property of Japanese' poor. And it should also have the right to Initiate law suits Jo
first method of atonement should concern the personal Image Americans who had,been placed in work camps;and in 1943 be1 defense of the rights of the poor as a class when necessary.
I have tarnished In their eyes. I feel an act of courage or ex- was Imprisoned in the Lewburg Peniteniary as a conscientious '
treme sacrifice Is necessary once, In, a while to remind the objector Following his release in 1945, he became Chairman; When a utility, for, example, asks rate Increase, it has
principles of their expected roles. of the Free India Committee which led to his first of several batteries of high-priced lawyers present its case.But the poor,
trips to India. who will have to foot the bill for price rises that may be discriminatory }

In 1947, he participated,in the first FreedomRide The are not,represented.The : .

Training lobs Now OpenIf Journey of Reconciliation designed to test enforcement of the office of Poor People's Avocate could end that particularkind
interstate
1946 Irene Morgan case outlawing'dJscdmlnationln of powerlessness. It would build Into our 1 n s t i t u 11 o n s
travel Jt of government a way in which the rights of the poor can be protected
but want to work here Is an
you have no experience Many people remember his news report in the New York
and the voice
of the
opportunity to work and learn a new trade All you have to Post about his experience e n co unit red when he served timeon poor beard.
do is apply for a Job at the Employment Service office list- ( the chain gang)in North Carolina,because of his courage to Such an office should be duplicated on the local level, as

ed below: stand for This of the mistreatmentto well.The
up right. report-expose
interests
that run our cities don't need special protec-
1)) A Northwest area employer needc ons ti u c tionI' men, prompted an Investigation which led to the abolition of
tion. They already control the decision-making apparatus.But
Starting salary$2.30
workers. No experience necessary.
In
the chain gang North Carolina..
the poor, If they are ever to from grinding and
escape poverty
and hour. 7:30 a.m. to 4:00 p.m., Monday through Friday. Other courageous acts on the part of Bayard Rustin includehis
2) A''H i a 1 e a h employer needs Plastic Extroding Ma- work as Deputy Director the March on Washington, Aug. hopelessness, must have an Institutionalized defender of their
interests.
chine Operator T r aiD e e.Starting s a 1 a r y$%.00 an hour 28th, 1963 which brought, forth Dr. Martin Luther King's "I
Once again, it all comes down toa matter of priorities. If
8:00 a.m. to 4:30: p.m.., Monday through Friday. Have A Dream," his directing the 1964 New York School Boy- this
3)) A South Miami Employer needs a trainee to learn the cott his aiding the striking Sanitation Workers in Memphis, nation, despite Its wealth, really believes that "the poor ;'
;
will "
always be with us then It will continue to
Ignore simple
Installment and repair of domestic air conditioning units. Tenn., raising$100,000fortheir community committee and organizing
Justice and neglect the vast wasted human that
Mon resources
Starting salary$2.00anhour.8:00a.m.to5:00p.m., the massive March following Dr. King's death. should be developed.But i
day through Friday. Although having been arrested 24 times In struggle for ,
Apply for all these Jobs at the Industrial Office, Florida civil rights, Bayard Rustin continues toworkfor equal opportlvitles -, ,if we,make elimination of poverty the top national priority
State Employment Service, 1350 NW 12th Ave Room 230" ,for Blacks as well as for all others, always speaking It should be, then creation of the office of Poor People's
Employment Service i offices are open from!:oo am.to I out against violence, separatism,,segregation and Black Capi Advocate would be a step.. a major one .., toward restoring

5:00 p.m., Monday through Friday talism. .even now, as ht serves as Executive Director of the the demoocratic rights of 30 million of our fellow-Americas, *

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.BY CLARICE LITTLES :\', 10CU4
Miami Times Society Editor ,dlm0K
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BY BRENDA WASHINGTON
Last week I mentioned that Clarice was out the hospital land ,
was recuperating at home. The last name was omitted. ', .:' --
the person referred to was Clarice Eve (Mrs.W11lie) of Opa- ,'1',1'',I 11' 1 III ,' Today I introduce to you a very talented man, you might have
locka. Thank you for your inquiries. \\, heard me speak of him or maybe you've read something rye
Here from New York City are Mr. and Mrs. Dewey Hicks written on him. He is director and organist of several religious -
who are the houseguests of Mrs. Fred Hicks of Brownsville. ., and gospel groups. The man-Mr.Larry Walker And
Unfortunately on her first trip to Florida, Mrs.Hicks has been f ': :) just to give you a hint of his style there's the Messadonia Jr.
a patient at Christian Hospital for a week. Gospel Special; the Messadonia Four; the Rossetts; Richmond
,Bessie Styles Smith and Elizabeth Jones will attend the 38th / / Heights Community Choir and Bethel Baptist Choir n.
meeting of the National Council of Girl Scouts of the USA to But this week is dedicated to the Concert Choir of Messa-
be held in Seattle, Washington, from October 19 22. Tours Europe for Anniversary; donia Church of God and Christ, 14600 Bethune Drive, who
Dr. Edmund H. Handwerger, South Miami, has been named will record a 45 rmp.The songtitlesare "Trouble Don't Last
health coordinator for the Economic Opportunity Program. Mr. and Mrs. Aldine (Rose) on to Munich, Germany for the Always," "No Turning Back," "He's Always By My Side,"
National Beauty Culturists League, Inc. will convene Oct. Shannon of OJ>>-lockacele- October Festival. Next on the and "What A Friend We Have In Jesus." iwt
26-29 at the New Everglades Hotel for its 17th annual conven- brated their 13th Wedding Anagenda was a short hop to An invitation is extended to one and all to Join the No. 1
niversary Sept. 23rd by tourParis of this beautiful !
and a tour -
Church who is their
Choir of Second Baptist sponsoring youth
tion.Miami Beaitification Committee and the Junior Red Cross ing the continent of Europe. city, then back to Copenhagen program Sunday, Oct. 12 at 3 p.m. with Rev. Herman Stock-
will distribute eight kinds of seeds to elementary school child- During the tour, abriefstop for the last leg of the trip dare as speaker along with Martin Memorial Youth Choir. And
ren to be planted for winter blooms. Theannual project com- was made at Copenhagen,then back home to Miami. as an added attraction they will feature a baby contest. Come

memorates Veterans' Day, November 11. and pick your outstanding baby and hear this outstanding performance -
FIRE PREVENTION WEEK: Beware of some guy wearing .. The chairman is Mrs. Inet Swain.
a' fireman's cap .. or something like that- coming to your The best man of the week goes to Mr. Lenard C. Wooten who
door with this message: "You need a fire alarm system." has taken his very own special time to organize a group of
Fire alarm system frauds are moving nationwide and Floridais ; youth from Richmond Heights for counseling of better groom
vunerable, especially as this is National Fire Prevention and personalities. The group then goes to Coconut Grove to
Week, the Department of Agriculture and Consumer Services help organize the Coconut Grove youth group.If there are any
warned. Beware! interested in belonging to this outstanding and well organized
Metro Mayor Chuck Hall has proclaimed'October Anti- j group please contact me, Brenda Washington, at 2350596.I .
Litter Month in Dade County and launched a program to police I ,, like to welcome back the pastor of my church. Bethel
the area. Don't be a litter bug. I.": : ;; Baptist, who while on his vacation took time to attend the Na-
Some 2,000 delegates are expected to attend the 20th annual tional Baptist Convention held with the churches of Kansas
National Association for Retarded Children Convention at the : ,,';j'A.*, City, Missouri Sept. 9 14. We are looking forward to hear-
Americana. ... ? ing from Rev. 0. C. West of 14900 Polk St., in the near future
Mrs. Lugusta Colston entertained the Links and their hus- concerning the convention.
bands at their regular monthly meeting. j' It seems that it was just yesterday that I thought I would behappy
Ruth North Polite, Basileus of Zeta phi Beta Sorority has t'I' forever I .guess.that's one of lit s biggest mistakes -
received another honor. Ruth has been listed in Outstanding --.- taxing It ana anything for granted. Today I'm writing with a
Personalities of the South. Congratulations! Patricia Burton,daughter of Ruby Wyatt, daughter of Mr. mournful heart and a sorrow filled mind.
Mr. and Mrs. Bonnie Herndon of Des Moines, Iowa were Mrs. Emma Jennings, 2760 and Mrs. Frank H. Wyatt, 252
recent visitors to our city. NW 58th St. has received a NW 49th St. has completed You see, a very dear person to me has gone. gone on a very
Al Jackson hosted the members of the Collegians Club on certificate of meritorious' first year of employment in the long journey. A journey so far that there's not telling when
Wednesday.Down service from the president of O'Hare International Airport, we'll be acquainted again, but it is sure that we all will travel
from Manhattan to be at the bedside of their uncle, her company, National Air- Chicago, Dl. that same path and possibly that same speed.
Domingo Aybar are Daniel and Lena Beiz.So pleased with our lines. She was first based in Ruby was a graduate of Robert White has abided by laws and regulations.He's stood
city, they are now shopping for a home. Los Angeles, Calif, and after Booker T. Washington High the test and abviously he has passed, for he has taken his p
] How beautiful upon the mountains are the feet of him who a few months of duty there, School, where she was a stu- route. On August 30,1962 Robert was given his ticket A ticketto
(brlngsjppd tidings, who publishes peace. Isa. 62:7 transferred to Miami Inter- dent council, in the Thespian life. This precious gift was on behalf of Mr. and Mrs. Syl- /
national Airport where she is Society, Girls Ath. Assn., and vester White In Immokalee Fla.
Sgt. Daniel W. Mulliens #39 Disabled American Veterans
presently
Auxiliary will meet Sunday, October 12 at 4 p.m. Jackson's Patty is employed.a graduate of Booker vpted campus cutie Robert still voyaging found that life isn't all sweet as honey .
Toddle Inn, 3038 NW 48th Terrace. T. Washington High Ruby is also a graduate of and each road has rocky spots.. Everyone has shaky spot, a
the Airline Training Divisionof for Bobbie it
only went smooth with
a "pacemaker.. The
Mr. J. Hartman Taylor has been invited by the Governor to School, where she was activein Atlantic School in Kansas road
now smooth ticket still valid
Nassau Oct. 24 to see his brother, Mr. L, V. Taylor receivethe drama club, FTA, FNA, City, Mo., where she accepted it that way were Mr., and Mrs. John,Henry speed Williams steady but to keep !
M.B.E. for meritorious public service rendered. Mr.Tay- Kappa Theta Delta sorority. her present position.
lor Is Superintendent of the Industrial School and Acting Welfare She was accepted by National Ruby's friends will be interested He's four, and as radiant as 'a star. He's warm, sort of
I Director. He has 33 years as a teacher in government Airlines two weeks be- to know that she will cuddlely,' with a new look in his eye and new words to form
service. fore graduation of the Airline be in Miami for a few weeks "Pm free!" The road is free and easy and there's tripsto
Training at the Atlantic School take, school (Tropical) to attend and thoughts to think.
; Sympathy to Mr. and Mrs. Richard Clements in the loss of. vacation during Thanksgiving
their son-in-law, W. O. Spearman of New York. proud in Kansas of City, Mo. We are time, her address is 377 Do- Bobbie is now six and suddenly he's older and value life
patty.
I ver Lane. Des Plains, m. dearly. There's a Baptism being held and Robert's reason for
Oct. 4, was the date Gamma Alpha Chapter of Iota Phi --- belonging is being able "to wear a golden crown."
Lambda Sorority hosted a group of young ladies to a moon
blast-off rush party, at the Carol City home of Mrs. Lorraine Time is quickening and the date Sept. 29, 1969. The
Jordan. Give Yourself a Lifetime ProfessionBY traffic is very heavy, and the driver always knows when time

BECOMING A BEAUTICIANTerms should be allowed for rest. Robert is very tired, the trip has
", been traveled and the ticket is cashed. And the golden crown
Reasonable Enroll Nowl will reign forever.

Here's Where It's At Day and Evening Classes For those who loved Robert or even might have Just been a
SUNLIGHT friend, fm sure I can speak for them all and say we'll miss
i BEAUTY SCHOOL him but he's in a far much better place than any of us today, in
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THE MIAMI TIMES, Friday, October 10, 1969 7 1

r1 1 ANNOUNCEMENTThere Steaogs GraduateThe i

Stenographers Class of I
will be a CEPalumnl (
Oct. 12 at 6 Charron Williams
n meeting Sunday,
p.m. at 6443 NW 7th Avenue in ial C o 11 e g e commerc-I
cises will be held
all
We
the CEP annex. urge
interested parties to attend 10, at 2:00 p.m. at the Elks'
this important meeting. Auditorium 4949 NW 7th Ave.J
Mr. Benny L. Berry will
be guest speaker. tI
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STANLEY "SWEETS"- -- -5WFFTINt..-- .....:. I -
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I THE LITTLE RED BOOK: In terms of votes, it was one of : ,
the closest elections in the nation's history. But measured by $, t',\,

money. .spent .for ,television, and radio time..
tne 1968 presidential election was a runaway t
victory for the Republicans. Statistics com- r t
piled by,the Federal Communications Com- I

mission show that the Nixon-Agnew ticket 4+ ':I .. ....
spent nearly $12.6 million for television
radio time during the presidential campaign. CELEBRATES 50th WEDDING ANNIVERSARYMr.

For-candidates for all offices during the 1968 and Mrs. Jacob (Docie) Webb, Sr., of 1268
general election campaign, Republicans NW 39th Street celebrated their 50th Anniversary CLYDE KILLENS
Wedding

spent $22.5 million for air time against PHIL HARRIS M.C.
$15.4 million for Democrats and $2.5 mil- Saturday, October 4th. Celebrating the "THE GLASS"Gedea4e4
lion for minor party candidates. I festive occasion with the Webbs were their seven

children: Catherine Smith, Irene Forbes, Flossie HURRICANE BOYS
NOTES ON A NAPKIN: I'm willing to wager that lion Home- Mae Price, Willie Mae Smith, Joyce Moffet, Jean. Present Their
coming Day all the former little grads of Bunche Park ele- 10th ANNUALHALLOWEEN L
ette Webb and Jacob Webb Jr. Other relatives
mentary were to return to their alma mater at one sitting, include t
there would be more Junior and senior high, college and uni- 13 grandchildren and seven great grands. BALL 1
versity moppets entering the Sylvia S. Lambert halls than any and SHOW
other educational center in the city.. Ex-NYC deputy police Produced by
commissioner and newsman Billy .Rowe and ex-champ Joe DALLAS CETTE ROSETTE
Louis have pooled their resources and gone into publicity and Fall/ Coffee and Style ShowThe HalloweenNightFriday
public relations. Offices are opened in New York City, Chicagoand
Los Angeles. First client: Leslie Uggams. daughter Elks of Greater Greater Miami attending the October 31, 1969
Miami Temple No. 769 are Elks National Conventionwhere 9 P.M. Until?
SALT WATER TAFFY: The BrenvilleEuniceRoberts're- quite busy preparing for their Dt., Lurinda Sweeting,
turned to Harlem's Sugar Hill Wednesday. .. Comic Godfrey Fall Coffee and Style Show Dt. Willie Mae Harris,Evelyn Sit 06 ?:tt J4t 'Ceat c
Cambridge's alleged recent remarks on a late talk show about which brought in quite a reve- Carter, Ehilkelmenla En- : ,\
his spouse is being Investigated by her lawyers. Alfred nue to their temple in previous gram. Dt. Ruler Constance Tickets
(Junior) Rolle out ofJackson Memorial after surgery for three years. Sand Hand was present and
bullet wounds. Two were extracted from hand and head. One, This gala event will take were all entertainedbYDt. the Sir John Hotel and Band Box Barber Shop.
too deeply embedded to extricate, remains in the left side of place at the Bonded Collection Sweeting.
his body Edythe North Wars down from Nixonville, D.C. Agency Sunday October 26th
last Tuesday. Revesie Poitier to Nassau to tend her ailing from 4-to 6 p.m.There is quitea
dad. Lorraine Jordan hosted Iota Phi Lamda's Rush Party large committee of hard
bash in her Carol City home last Saturday. working daughters who have
pledged to make this event
an .
THE WEEK'S WASH: Globe-trotting newsman John A. Diaz unusualone. ItI..:..2 ",.: IIkh":
dinner-hosting his ex; Mrs Maude K. Mumford-Reid Inone oft Dt.: Ruler Alto Screen can .;" ''' ): \'
New York City's plush eateries. Recently in from Trinidad easily be classified as the
with his daughter Jeanne,Diaz is in the states to stay. But will most progressive and amazing
it be New York, philly or Miami ? ? ? Henry (Fox) Smith Dt. Ruler of all times. She is 11'I
bedded at Christian Memorial for eye surgery to have a cata- loved and appreciated by her ,
rac'removed -. Robinson last fol-
Wiley passed Thursday daughters. Dt. Screen plans to ,.' /.
lowing'auto accident. Jessie L. Fussell will lead MargaretL. put into effect one of the'bld
Robinson down the middle aisle of New Hope Baptist on projects tohelptheunderprivledged -

Oct. 11.STUFF. of the community. She r t,
e
recently attended the Dt. Elks
AND SUCH: Mrs David (Catherine) Newbold beddedat National Convention and is
Christian Memorial Harcourt Clark of Bob Hayes' loved in her praise of the grand
Clothing Exchange and his spouse the former l Martha Cabrera daughter ruler Mrs. Nettie B.
tagged their third Theron Alexander. Their cherub arrived in Smith after which'she later attended -
Cedars of Lebanon Aug 30 weighing 8 Ibs 10 ozs Clifford the National Baptist ,- /f/r/ (( [ ,
Felder feted his frau(the former Odessa Smith) with'a home Convention in Kansas City Mo.
party Oct 4 for her birtholiday which arrived one day later She plans with the help of the
Oct 5.A date which reminds me that our daughter Gayle Denise daughter to keep her temple on
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reached her 15th birthdate on Oct 5. Congrats to our honey- the top shelf where belongs. "Y
lamb and to Cliffs Odessa Others daughters from

SWEETS' TREATS: Ruth Wright's grandear Christa Wright
reached her 4th Sept 25 Pearlena Harris will see another y <: "ii
Saturday (Oct 11) St Veronica's Chapter of Transfiguration Tuskegee AlumniMasquerade
Episcopal will observe corporate communion Oct 26 iI iver'y i\\
James Collie celebrated another Oct 3 Ella Fitzgerald celebrates Ball %itti1ii \
her 36th anniversary in show biz this '69 Joanna a E sk ,
Shimkus was so peeved at Sidney Poitier about the way he'd The Miami Alumni Chapter r
ogle and coo at Nancy Wilson that she insisted he cut it out of Tuskegee Institute will .
"or else.' Sid now,passes Nancy and barely nods his noggin present I a Pre-Halloween
The Harry Lawrences write In from Youngstown, Ohio. Masquerade Ball Friday, Oct. ; .:" I
24, 10 p.m. to 2 a.m. at Bay-
SCRATCH MY BACK: Boxing champ Joseph Frazier they front Park Auditorium. Attireis
say, is now co-manager and financier of a new rock 'n roll costume and casual. Do-
singing combo The Knockouts...Is it true that singer Aretha nation is $2.00. For ticket information ('-,
Franklin had to cancel about $300,000 in concert, cafe and call Wilbert BarI I
television committmets because of doctor's orders to 'slow rett 633-1185 or Mrs. Lula ; t c .t
down' after a complete physical breakdown ? ? ?And that K. Tharpe 836-2654.
singer Della Reese is recovering from an agonizing slipped famous maker
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CONFIDENTIALLY YOURS: Diana Ross of those fabulous 3940 NW, 188th St., Saturday, yr"f nylon tricot pajamas
Supremes Inked a contract to debut in a starring role of 'The Oct. 11 from 8 p.m. until.
Blllie Holiday Story.' Dynamic Diana has about-faced once
Drinks, games, food, music,
again and notified Motown Records that she will leave the popu- etc.

lar singing group by March; 1970 Dionne Warwick and 40 % 50 %
spouse Bill Elliott kissed and made uptocelebrate their Sec- save to
ond Anniversary Arthur Pena and Martha Keith Wilson 'Any whe,. in the world
are due down from H a r I em's Upper Broadway sector with you want to go" Reg. 59-5/8. Now $5.99 to $8.99
reservations guesting them into a plush Miami Beach hostelry TtCKfTS tarT
sometime Saturday Pioneer Miamian and Opa-lockan Save now on soft nylon tricot pajamas in classic
Thomas Webb will be funerallzed from Tansfiguration Episcopal NO MOAT and detailed styles from this famous maker's col.
Saturday ayem at 11:00.,.That's it brother, from your lection. Prints, solids, and stripes in short and
one-man-newspaper, who knows everybody and everybody's long legs.Sizes 3038. Hurry'in for best selection.
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I Carla Thomas and Bar-Kays at Miami-Dade North

A varied musical fare All but the first take placein soul team of the Bar-Kays,
makes up the LyceumSeriesfor the theatre of the pawley will perform Thursday,Oct. "
Miami-Dade Junior North. Creative Arts Center. The 23, In the John F. Kennedy IN THE SUN
8 pm performances are open Health Center. Making up the A RAISIN
The Student GovernmentAssociationsponsored to the public without charge. Bar-Kays are Ronnie Gorden,
series organ; Harvey Henderson, Sidney Poitier and Ruby Dee star
includes vocal and instru- Singer-actress Carla tenor; Michael Toles, guitar in this compelling drama of a black family
mental soloists, string and Thomas and her father, Rufus Ray Cunningham and William struggling with themselves in a white world.
woodwing groups and a seven- Thomas, know for his hit record -
Hall, drums; Ben Causley, Claudia McNeil and Diana Sands.
Also starring
man soul team.. "Walking the Dog," and trumpet, and James Alexanderbass.

.,,'(,,tf''Il'Ii', !! lI\ii Tuesday 8J1DThe Show @WTVJJT
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and
i NOW Harpist Helga Storch
Ml III cellist Klaus Storch make
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which will present a concert
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H'W.' ll uo .1"1 $1
Monday. Oct. 27. The artists
will play solo works as well as
[MORE "STRANGER" duos written for this unusual
musical combination. Storckis fr
a professor at the Cologne 1-
THAN EVER!
(Germany) Music Academy.
His wife, who has been solo
Two"Stranger"hitsgive harpist with the West German _
;* Radio Symphony Orchestrasince _
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of Europe's leading young har-
pists.A .
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THE MIAMI TIMES, Friday, October 10. 1969 9 !

Black Publishersto




and Black publishers newspaper Meet In the state editors will I ?

meet in Orlando Saturday in 1'I ? I
a workshop. The meeting
being hosted by Bernard W. a ail. I
Slnleton, editor and
publisherof ,J' BY DAVE BONDU
The Florida View in Or Ian- / X

do.The
group will discuss im. Cxl'RC: lc1)AI 1lrAI GJSINRS: ,

V" L proving newspaper format, Starting next week, yours truly will begin a four week vacation
securing national
more
1 adver- As usual, I have some interesting guest writers lined up
i tising, and developing an exchange for you. Once or twice a year Ido this, so that others may ex.,
of
news material and
press their views and you can get fresh viewpoints on our '
photographs
between
Willard Bowe is a native of Anna Maria Sosa is a citi- state publishers SERVICEMANCELEBRATES city. They will write whatever they choose and I hope you will
Miami, he finished Miami zen of the United States, of enjoy them..I need a vacation, because I am beginning to feela
Meetings will
Northwestern Sr. High School, Puerto Rican descent;She fin- began at 8:30 little stale in what I write,but I will be back as of Nov. 16th,
a.m. at the Hotel Sadler
majoring in Sociology. He received ished Guatier Benetiz High W. Church Street. 619 BIRTHDAYLCPL I should have some new and fresh news for you by that time
his B. A. degree from School in Cuquas, Puerto On Sunday, Oct. 12th the Greater Miami Urban League will
Bishop College in Dallas,Texas Rico and graduated from Mi- Barry J. Wells the present an evening of entertainment at the Everglades Hotel,
Mr. Bowe is a great sports ami's Charr Williams Com- grandson of Mr.& Mrs.James Mrs. Anne Lindsay Packard has such a show for you that you..
fan and participated in many mercial College. Before com- Med Dens Ross, birthday was on Oct. 7. will never forget. It Includes Frank DuBoise and his band,,
sports while in high school ing to CEP she worked Dade Happy birthday to Barry from Phyllis Branch, Candy Lane, Saspiralla Mae, The Tropicals,
and college. He loves drama County Youth Service as a Yellow Benefit TeaThe his family and friends. Barryis and from the Village Gate in New York, Marion Taylor. Wally
and is a member of the Afro, clerk-typist. She now holds now serving his country in Futch and a few other s will be added to the bill. One of the;
Art Theatre, here in Miami. the position of staff assistant Med-Dens, Medicaland Viet Nam. other highlights of the show will be Guy Faccinnl whose .
I to CEP's administrative as- Dental Assistants of Greater fabulous fingers on the piano keyboard will thrill you to no
Before coming to CEP he sistant. She is on the student Miami, invites you to attend a Ruth Forman Gets end. (Guy is a member of the Frank DuBolse Trio). Everything
worked at Mooreland Branch committee of the CEP alumni. Yellow Benefit Tea, Sunday, starts at 7 p.m. sharp, so get your tickets early and make it]
YMCA as recreational leader ,She enjoys reading, dancingand Oct., 19 from 4-6 p.m. at show on WMBM 'baby. Yours truly will do the MC honors. .j j
In Dallas, Texas and also Primary 'c' School 757 NW Poor M. L. Reese damnj
cooking. our city manager I 111 I I He does a
at the Presbyterian Center as 66th St.Mrs.. The name of Ruth Foremanis good job as 'our city manager and everytime there is a problem -;
a field worker. basketball, tennis and swimming Syrortrous with educationin it Is all thrown into his lap and he takes the blame. If his
Willard is a very religious Opal Stewart, is presi- the rate. For the past 20 solution is'favorable to some, he is quite a guy. If it is unfavorable ':;
person and belongs to the He serves as coordinatorof dent. Donations. years she has trained,advised to others, he's a bad guy and needs to be removed.;
Church of Christ, and enjoys the New Career component. (Oct. 17) and guided young and mature I don't give a damn who you are and what you do, you cannot}
people of all ages to find their please all of the people ANYTIME. He has been in this !
potential as human b e i n g s in longer than any other man which proves he is doing a good job, ,
the field of communication. and knows what he is doing. And another thing, I am tired of (
Ruth Foreman brings her' people who do not live in the City of Miami knocking him.
vast experience and knowledgeof Mr. Reese runs the city, and is answerable to the City Commissioners -'
OYAL people to WMBM'S mlro- He sees to It that-whatever the Commissioners
phone starting Sunday evening decide is carried through.What the people do not seem to read
v L TRANSMISSIONS J October 6, 1969, from 9:00- lire is that the City Commission is your elected official law-:
9:30: p.m., along with prominent making body and thay are the governing board. Mr. Reese is
personalities In the the man whose can is stuck out there passing on the ultima-
fields of theatre, TV, films, tums and when It ,is something that the people do not like, they,
newspapers, etc. L1 s t e n e r swill take a whack at HIS can.Since this Commission and Mr. Reese:;
I *HELL, MICHIGAN, THAT IS be able to call in and ask have been in office, more black people have been places in
questions of Ruth Foreman or better paying jobs and our city has prospered greatly from
her guests. The name of the ten years ago. Rather than kicking him, Iwould think we would
CHEVY 10-13 $751 00 show Is "ShowQiz-A.S.Ad try to help him. Believe it or not, Mel Reese wears a whitehat
to 10-18 Installed visory Service)." Education- (That's a good guy.)
." ally, this is exactly Its function PRETTY GIRL OF THE WEEK: Mrs. Maurice Ferre /
TRANSMISSION 90 DAY 4,000 MILE GUARANTEE ''I \''&' N PRETTY BOY OF THE WEEK: Irwin Christie (Running fort
II Gus Dara, well known and re-election as Commissioner)
FREE TOWING E-Z PAY FREE "DIA" CHECK read adverment editor of the VIP OF THE WEEK: Dave Kennedy (Running for reelectionas
Miami Beach Biz will be on Commissioner)
Day or Nite With Approved Credit For Accurate Diagnosis
hard on October 6,1969 9:00: MOTHER OF THE WEEK: Mrs M. Athalie Range (Does not
I p.m. to commentandanswer have to run for Commissioner)
g e ee 0 questions on the Miami Beach
'IJ Biz scene. QUICK NOTE DEPARTMENT: These ears get word that,
popular Miamian Rubin Mitchell is in critical condition in !aj

PRODUCT OF U.S.A. 100%NEUTRAL SPIRITS DISTILLED FROM CHAIN 90 PROOF.CORDON'S DRY CIN .,110.,LINDtflt.( J. New York hospital For goshake,let our friend Henry AT-: '
rington rest In peace. The gossip and wagging tongues spread-,
.. ,r ,, big rumors about what he did or didn't do does not help anyone;
..p now. If you were a friend, he helped you at one time or an-,
other, and don't you forget It. If he did, then you should be one,
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Readers, this week I received letter from a person-not II
within our black community who is interested in learningmore I
about the history of the black people. I was very happyto
receive this letter because I feel that it is a step forward,a In Our Community:
(step towards progress and peace, when the black man is aloneno Funeral Services was held on last Monday for Mr..William
; longer in his plea to have his black history taught in Thompson, affectionately known as '"Duck."
;schools, but is aided in his quest towards better learning and 0 The Coconut Grove community extends heartfelt sympathy to
:understanding Here is the letter which I received: '\:'" the Tennyson and Payne families.
Get well wishes to Mrs. Mary Barr at South Miami Hospital,
dear: Eloise, .. ; ""J"'t Mrs, Leila Hamilton at Lantana Hospital and Mr.John Hurleyat
Through recent years rye become aware of the different "'t 'l ':.;, Hialeah Nursing Home.
,backgrounds of people, the different races, and cultures that Mrs. Mary Helen Rierson, left the city to attend the funeral
make the America of today what it is. service of a relative in North Carolina.

One of the most obscure and yet, in my opinion, the most .'i<, Birthday greetings to Sherice Johnson and Elaine Jackson. ..
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of cultures is the African culture.To sur-' .1. ",
fascinating our my ,\ .... t In Our Churches:
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prise I found extremely little written about it. I wondered withso .\'". : ,. "Mo- There will be a Men's Day Autumn Tea Sunday, October 19,
[ many Negroes inAmerica why no one had bothered to write .f-t.l: """-. ,,- at :4 p.m., at the homo of Mr.& Mrs. Joe Walton 3750 Charles +

text to acquaint them with their African background. It soundd ......' ., ..; Ii. '' 'I 4 Terrace. Everyone is invited to come out and give the Men
$ not quite sensible to me since after all they had been acquainted .; "":'/" 1> ; ; your support This tea will be given by the Men of Greater St..
with European and Greco-Romano cultures,which had Paul A.M.E..
$o link whatsoever with the Afro-culture, except for the octasional In Our Schools:
mention of slaves.Egypt though Africa, I think, had Sod' tot/"u"Get oj/ tfo Wed
Negro pharaos and these are seldom or never mentioned. Carver Elementary P.T.A. meetings will be held every 3rd
Soon after, I had been pondering on this problem of the lack This week cool, Red Raider, Anthony Bivins holds soul Monday in each month. The PTA President is Rev. Roosevelt
of African knowledge in America, I began hear Ing the demandsof brother honors; Anthony is very active and enjoys sports, Johnson
Negro students for courses on African art, history, etc. dancing, and "doing his own thing." He is a member of the On October 8, 1969, the Fir Cheif in the area came out to
Not too long afterward I heard that some colleges and uni- Columbus Esquires, Spanish Honor Society, Lettermen'sClub Carver Elementary and gave a fired demonstration to the"students -
versities were offering the courses. >, and track team. Get It on, soul brother.Northwestern. everyone enjoyed themselves.
Suddenly a question popped in my mindwould the coursebe On every other Friday nites Carver Elementary has a Patio-
closed to all but Negroes? Shouldn't it be open to peopleof Sing-A long. The Sing-Along. began at 8:00 p.m. Parents and
other races so that they too may profit from the knowledge? the public is invited.
iE tt"5)i'I' ?t9 i'C''tBLfC*C MLK RC
In my opinion the better one knows ones fellowman the less
The Coral Gables Cavaliers defeated Gainesville last
chance there is of discord. What do you think? High on
Friday night with a score of 13-7.The Cavaliers will play the
Sincerely yours, I IF
Killian Cougars on Thursday nite. Infavor of the Cavaliers I
Katrina V. RumyniacshPS
: predict the score to be 21-0. Good Luck! Cavaliers
Negro people have been in the American mainstream of
life since the colonization of America. Having brought with
them, in particular; their music, which has evolved throughthe By Interpretive Dance WorkshopAt
years into what modern music is today,still concerning the ocus BEVERLY ROKER Jj
sounds and rhythm of the African soul.
Barry CollegeWorld
Dear Katrina,
I too have begun to become aware of the various races of renowned Eleo making his ideas felt, creat-
people and their cultures. While studying Americanhistory in Thirty-four new teachers have been added to the North- pomare, interpretive dancer, ing some provacative dance
school I wondered why I was not taught that my own black an-. western family. Most of the new comers are experienced, but will conduct a lecture-dem- pieces.
cestors played gigantic roles in building America. In world some have just begun. The students, administration and other onstration workshop at Barry His Harlem dance suite
history they conveyed Africa as an area on the map and not as staff members expressed pleasure at having them Join the College auditorium for the "Blues for the Jungle" was
the place of my people's birth,the continent where many, many family .Greater Miami Cultural Arts hailed as a work of genius.The
1 black African men, women, and children were brutally taken The 1970 yearbook,the Northwesterners,will include under- Center, 11300 NE Second A ve. work roughly traces the Ne
t from their homes and forced \ to slave like animals in a new classmen for the first time. Until now the yearbook focused at l'p.m. Oct. 19. gro's development in America. -
part of the world- a white man's world. But can you blame upon graduating seniors. The Eleo Pomare Dance It has a central motif a
the white man? He wanted to build his home here in the new The first edition of the Northwesterner has been published.The Company (integrated but slave auction that constantly
America; therefore, being totally ingenius and sagacious he staff is off to a good start. mostly black) Eleo Pomare unfolds until the suite ends in
chose the cheapest workers he could possibly get- free black Through a community education program that will be coor- spent three years in Europe a stormy riot. The purpose of
n African slave labor. Can you think of any better way? I can dinated among Northwestern, Drew and Dorsey, a community touring and teaching modern the cultural arts center is to
rve always heard that if you want something done, then you'd Action Line is being established This "information please' and Jazz dance. Returned in' unify the arts for mutual bene-
better go out and do it yourself; however, I can now see that center will serve to obtain answers and, necessary, appro- 1965 and reformedhlsAmeri- fits. The workshop is a clear
if you don't feel like doing something yourself,then you shouldgo priate action to solve a variety of problems that parents may can Dance Company, making example. GMCAC was able to
out and get someone to do it for you. present to the center.Northwestern people aware that modern obtain Eleo Pomare becausehis
Katrina, the reason that you know very little about the history opened Its 1969 football season with a 21-0 dance is,.one of the liveliest dance company is per-
of black people is because until recently black history was loss to Gables. However, that didn't stop the powerstrickenBulls. arts assessing the current forming at Barry College the
+ not allowed to be taught in the schools. It has taken an enormous They came back with their Immovable defensive line American scene. evening of Oct. 19 at 8:15 as
; amount of persuading to have it enter into a couple of upsetting Central with a score of 17-0. part of Barry's culture series
America's public schools; however, it has begun and it is The Bulls set out to conquer Carol City, but their fire was Dynamic dancer, a choreographer The Miami-Dade Jr. College
spreading throughout some states 'although very slowly. put out by the Chiefs' down pour of rain-making dances. The able to make his danc- North campus has Underwritten -
I do not think that this course In black: history should be same, ended with Carol City 18. Northwestern 14. ers express the deep resent-' the'"workshop. Therefore,

closed to anyone. Let's face it, ever since rye been going to The Northwestern Hialeah game will be played at Hialeah ment of black frustrations with there will be no change and will
school rye been all about how the white understandable movement. He
learning Europeans stadium October 10. is be open to students, teachersand
with the of else discovered an articulate artist bent on
help no one came over, professional dancers.
America, and built this country to be the strong and democratic The original marching 100 is at it again with its incom-
power that it is today. Frankly,. I got tired of hearing parable half-time shows. At the game of Carol City, the band
those fallacies entertained fans with "Honky Tonk Popcorn"'and' Oh What
years ago. Charm And Personality
At this moment people are protesting the teaching of Black A Night. I

History in schools as a course. If you ask me, some of the Miss Northwestern for the year 69-70 is Brenda McCray. Development. Course,
white parents aren't concerned with their children being taught Brenda Prince and Beatrice McIver are first and second attendants The Miami Senior - -- 1
Black History, they Just don't want them to learn any of it. I Adult Education Center High 2450 now for your share. For fur
think that is silly and quite unrealistic.lam totally surprisedat Miami Northwestern's student radio reporters are Shirley :Southwest First Street is ther information please call
how little whites know about blacks; moreover, I am shockedat Byron, Beverly Roker Isiah Duggins and Michael Seymour. again offering the ever popular, 642-5350 or 642-0414. after
jOQp.in.
how very little we blacks know about ourselves. This I thinkIs Shirley and Beverly may be heard over WFUN each Friday at course, Charm and Personality -
sad and must be remedied. 6 p.m., Isaiah and Michael over WQAM each Wednesday at Development. The course Folk Rock ProgramAt
Black History courses are closed to no one.The entire reason 6:10 p.m.cieties is taught by Mrs. DeAlba
for entering it into our learning is to better acquaint :Stroud every Monday night Miami LibraryA
everyone with the long left out history of blacks, so that with j from 7 to 10p.m.Students
better understanding and better knowledge of this culture and but remember that music Is our smallest contribution i register at a cost of$2OObe-may Folk, Rock program for
background we will have a more stable pillar to stand on as we to America. We will learn about the big things only through I tween the hours of 2:00 J junior' high school studentswill
build the inner America and the inner American. the study, instruction, learning, and acknowledgment of Afroj j 9:30 p.m. The next class and be presented in the Miami
I read in the October 4th edition of the Miami Herald that at American history. ,II meet Monday will public library auditorium on
i tbi4" time ..it. is possible to get a bachelor's degree in Afro- truly hope I have answered your question and I hope that will continue,through October December 6, and October 17 from 3 to 5 p.m.
American studies. They are providing this at the University of you have benefited from this as much as I have. I thank you for I 19. Music will be live by
: South Florida. "We feel we can create a greater understand your concern. You've shown me by this letter that knowledgeis Students will have the "Dirt,'" a local teen group.
ing of and between people by adopting this program," said Regent the key to understanding and with a little help from a friend, |portunity to delve into op. The program is free; admis-
s I Dr. Louis Murray of Orlando. Several other Florida we're going to make it. ,much talked about area of human the sion by junior high identifi-
schools including Florida State University and University relations cation (school ID'S or library
of Florida offer courses in African studies, but do not award A LITTLE BIT OF NEWS 4 know-how" of acquire the cards).
degrees." There will,be a sale party given by Sharon Dyes Saturday, t ton k dress and color coodina. Mod decorations, "with it"
J In reference to your closing paragraph, I agree that black Oct. 11 at Bonded Rental Agency. You be there. It starts at ditch their cosmetics books, and sound will kick off
people dM bring with them music.But if you will read "A Lay 8 p.m. Come on out, wear your Afros and really be soulful b'rush I up on personalities their ,and this first in a proposed seriesof
f man's Guide To Negro History* by Erwin Salk, you will find' Admission is 50$. business etiquette. social and programs for teenagers.
out about some Of the evolving cultures of blacks. I agree that So until next week, my very special readers,remember that Ninety per cent of Other programs will be planned
I oul music has played an Important part in American sot BLACK B EXCEPTIONALLY BEAUTIFUL. personality. Plan to success register Is by Junior high students
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I 500 Firms To Offer Franchises To Blacks I


Launching a nationwide e program Under the new effort, each first twenty companies ara, plications for bank loan gua- liclybyOMBE and SBA, so help to locate minority prospects -,

to create thousands of franchise company involved now in the program, creatinga rantees by potential fran- that franchisors, franchiseesand for the franchising opportunities -
new franchise opportunitiesfor committed itself to the pro potential for over 600 new chisees. SBA field officials will be which the participating

minority businessmen,Sec gram and was asked to createat minority franchises by September "The speed factor alone is able to obtain prompt bank companies will create.:
retary of Commerce MauriceH. least twenty-five minority 1971. going to be a historic turning services. Among the first franchisers

Stans this week announcedthat franchise enterprises with in The Secretary also said the point in the effort to open this 3. For the flrst time,an ap- Involved inthenewprogramare

his Department's Office of two years. The Commerce Small Business Administration 'door of opportunity to minority peals procedure Trf'l! be insti- : I
Minority Business Enterprise, Secretary said the program is is a key element in the new businessmen," Mr. Stans tuted by SBA for any franchisor Dunkin' Donuts, B.F. Good
has recruited the first contin- designed to become the larg- program. It is com m it te d to said. SBA can guarantee bank who feels he did not receive rich, Dairy Queen,Car-Matic,
gent of a potential five hundred est ever undertaken to create processing applications In the loans up to 100%, with the cooperative treatment at the Arby's Bresler's 33 Flavors,
firms whichulimatelycould franchise opportunities for fastest possible time.A goal of average guarantee celli n g in field office level. Davis Paint, Ziebart Processand
become involved in the pro- minority entrepreneurs. 3 to 15 days has been estab- the 90%area. 4. A system for monitoring Pizza Hut.

f gram. Secretary Stans said the'I lished for processing of ap- In addition tothenewSBA successes and failures of the Also McDonald's, Ray co,

processing speed, Secretary program will be established. U n i Royal, All-Pro Chicken,
Stans and SBA Administrator 5. The Office of Minority Convenient Food Mart, Mopar;

Hilary Sanoval,Jr.,announced Business Enterprise,which Carvel, LUMS, House of Pan- '(

I'' Nixon Turns Down King several other key elements to generated the program, will cakes, Burger King and Dunhill -
the program. oversee its operations and will System.

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will be asked to make special . .. ..PI.
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New York President Nixon thusiastic," Mrs. King said. lanta and edcided to go ahead business know-how. MR. WALTERS
has turned down are quest Harry W. Wachtel, a New with the project despite the ad 2. Key banks and their officials -
( from the family of Martin Luther York lawyer and friend of the ministration's refusal to make participating in the program -
6011 N.W. 7th Ave. 751-6521
King Jr. for creation of a King family,negotiated for seven the memorial a national park, in 31 cities across the
1 national park in his memory, months with Leonard Gar- Wachtel said. country willbeannouncedpub-
the slain civil widow said Sat- ment, a Nixon aide, on plans Mrs. King expressed disap- ; TOP DUALITY WIGS

. urday. for the park. poiutment with the adminis- MjmaniiiV.fl.Mi CURLY STRETCH WIGS

Corretta Scott King said she However, Wachtel said, tration's decision, saying: ( i G C AFRO NATURALS '
, telephone last February and Mrs. King received a letter "We felt that to get federal ;
3 asked him to proplse legislation from the White Housedated support for a memorial park SLICK BLACK BELOW WHOLESALE

1 to create a Freedom MeL Aug.,1, saying Nixon would not would have been abeautlf DOUBLE ACTION EXPERT WIG PRICES

morial Park on a 15-acre site purpose legislation for the thing not only for our coontrybut rcOLcksGlumMoetaaa2DEESSISMIIULECE CLEANING & CUTTING
Atlanta which contains park "at this time."The letter for oppressed people
King's birthplace and the offered to help "seek private throughout the world."
church where he was minister. means to go ahead with the

I His body eventuallyistobe project," Wachtel added. t
t moved to an ecumenical chapel The King family and their
to be constructed on the site. advisers met last week in At-

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Officers cost is only 15< for each p '
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Four Ambassadors Hotel. Of 4n.F 3 y :y, ,
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To open your account simply % "'
were officialyinstalledbyDr. call, write or come in to any 'yy/ '
Chester Robinson,. .chairman of the r ''Yy ,
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THE MIAMI TIMES, Friday, October 10, 1961 13

Woman Killed In Knife Fight Teenage Indicted In Chinese MurderThe

A woman was fatally stabbed she lived. She died later at Dade Grand Jury Wed- Tuff 15, of 1763 NW 49th St.,
t last Wednesday night after an Jackson Memorial Hospital. nesday returned first-degree have been in the county jail
'W iff fl"BUTTER" argument over a man with an- Homicide detective identi- murder indictments against without bond since they were
other woman, according to fied the other woman as De- two juveniles accused of gunning arrested Sept. 15, less than
Miami police. lores Willie Smith, 30, of the' down a Chinese gro- nine hours after the killing.
Annie Mae Hopkins, 35, of same address. cer during an aborted armed The victim in the shootingwas
425 NW Sixth St., was stabbedin Police said both women had robbery. Bay Ah Tom, 43, whose
jy MILTON "BUTTERBALL" SMITH the stomach shortly before been cut and no charges were Eddie Davis Jr., 16, of 26- brother owned and operated
8 p.m. while on a stairway in filed pending an inquest. 54 NW st., and Herbert Lee Joe's 46th St. Market at 23- '
the apartment building where 90 NW 46th St.

Our Demanding SocietyYea STATEMENT OF National Urban League Receives B.F. Goodrich Gift .

tho I walk thru the valley in the shadow of death, I will Ownership, Management and ARKON, OhioThe B.F New-York Since 1966, the building program of Akron
fear no evil for Thou art with me.To live in life is but to walk Circulation, Required by the Goodrich Company today announced company has contributed $38- Community Service Center in
with death each and every day of our existence. And who but Act of October 23, 1962: Sec- a grant of$6,000 to the 000 to the organization, which the National Urban con- I
the Almighty is to when it should With much tion 4369 Title 39 United
say expire. so National Urban League,Inc., Including $20,000 toward the ducts its Akron program.
strife and trouble in life,then who are we mortals to say thereIs States Code. s
no beauty in death. THE MIAMI TIMES
Our society is so demanding that many of us live more in published weekly at 6530 NW
fear of offending or not coming up to par, then we do of satis- 15th Avenue, Dade County Y,' .' ,
fying our own needs. Miami, Florida, 33147 ''\
American people put so much stress on winning that to lose September 30, 1969 j'r
in this society has become disgreceful.To not maintain a cer- (1)) The names and addresses s"ii
tain position or standard in life you are considered a nobody. of the publisher, editor
Therefore, so many of us strive to live beyond our means that and manager are: Publisher, J
when we are not able to, then life become meaningless.Life H. E. S. Reeves, Miami, Fla.;
is so wonderful when we can live it as is to be with Editor, Garth C. Reeves, Mi-
each of us. As we feel it in our hearts towards others as God ami, Fla.; Managing Editor,
intended it. But the knowledge of being talked about and scorn- Garth C. Reeves, Miami, Fla.
ed can in many of us become unbearable. To believe that we ((2)) The owner is:The Miami '
will not be expected by our fellow man can in some people be- Times, Inc., 6530 NW 15th _
come too much to bear. Ave., Miami, 33147, and the
If we, each of us, could try in our everyday activities with names and addresses of the
----,-, --' the people-we come in contact with,give just a-little love and' ,stockholders-owning or hold '. f ,! o
understanding, a little compassion, a little feeling of belong- ing 1% or more of the total
ing, then our living would not have been in vain. amount of stock of The Miami
Let not the temptation that confront us in everyday life be- Times, Incorporated are:
come so heavy that we lose sight on the real meaning of life Garth C.Reeves,7525 NW 11th
and living. Let not the material things that surround us becomeso Avenue, Miami, Fla. 33147; ,
much a part of us that we lose the spiritual value of life. Clarice R. Littles, 1291 NW ,"
> .
Let not the believers of our friends sway us from doing 68th St., Miami, Fla. 33147; "' ,
Cyrus M. Jollivette 1341 NW :' ;,I{,' \ '
what we know is right in our hearts.Let not our aspiration for t
greatness turn us away from holiness and godliness.For thereis 88th St., Miami, Fla. 33147. ) "l;)....J'i\ 'j ""
so much good in the worst of us, and so much bad in the (3) The known bondholders, ':, ,
; best of us, that it behooves the worst of us to talk about the mortgagees and other secur- 5' S ,
best of us. ity holders owning or holding .: ,\' '/ _
Man cannot be and Island unto himself. He needs the love 1% or more of total amount of -S S i. 1,0,'/O;;$F''fiIJ,}'., ,\:<;:t;" ,'" ,I' --- -
and strength that he can gather from his friends, his com- bonds, mortgages or other
munity, and his love one's.Is securities are: None. Miami Police Officer Gaddy Rawls (Land Police Chief Bernard Garmire
it enough to say that I have passed this way and left my Total. paid circulation: 12-, visited Variety Children's Hospital to inaugurate "Be a Good Guy" in Miami,
mark Or that I here and not of myself to fellowman
? was gave my 800.I
certify that the statements a project to stimulate better understanding and friendship between youth and

I think not, for greater love has no man than to lay down his made by me above are cor- adults, particularly the police officer. Patient Aaron Cause, age 10, of 8541S.
life for his friends.And any man that faces death with enough rect and complete. W. 35th Terrace was happy to welcome the delegation since his own dad,
brovery to inflict it, must believe there is something better Ralph Cause is a Miami Police Officer.FREDDY'SSUPERETTE.
for him somewhere. And who are we to say? Garth C. Reeves, Editor
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I Urban Experts To ChartDade's Pretty Policewoman Fights Crime -



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going to happen visiting. ents in urban design and development I An elderly man lures a naive of Miami police department. plaining why she joined the di[
Tuesday morning?" Five urban experts posed join together to, blind girl to his home where he After finishing two years at "I wanted something thaiwasexcitlngandldefiniteh
That was the final challenge the question to a group of MI- think about Miami's future asa :: performs indecent acts. Miami-Dade J u n i o r College,
of a weekend session on urban ami leaders, pointing out thata city, and work out some, Another man spots a pretty she entered the 13-week academy wanted to get involved witi
quality aboard the M/S Sun- community needs to think guidelines. girl's picture in a paper and and was graduated as a people. The salary was great,
ward cruise to Nassau two about urban quality, and that Invited topartlelpatearethDepartment e i makes obsence phone calls. full-fledged officer. too," Mrs. Bailey said
weeks ago. It may have been 'bigger' doesn't always mean of Urban Studiesof : A kindly-lookinggrey-hair- She's since seen almost One of the added fringe be-
the only cruise on record better.' the University of Miami, the, ed woman drudges home from every phase of human life, nefits Is hat it was here she
where the passengers thought The Greater Mia mi Chamber Florida South Chapter of the the laundry and calmly pre working the complaint desk, met her husband, Daniel, an
more about the town they had of Commerce proposed this American Institute of Archi- pares to commitanabortion shoplifting squad,abortion Investigator In homicide.
left than the one they were week that Miami's best tal- tects, the Dade County Planning her living room.A team and assigned to narcoticsand All in all, Carolyn Bailey
Department and the man huddles onadown- homicide. wouldn't change one day In her
1 '.r.\\.1', ",i..i, -I Downtown Development Authority town street corner trying to "I don't want to routine job, life since Joining the Miami
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Law EnforcementPolicies : peddle heroin. an ordinary job,"she said,ex- police department.
For Carolyn Bailey,it's just '
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Chamber She's a policewoman. \" ',,,.' \ T'
Miami, commented I 1
Of Attorney President John R. Ring, "and "Sometimes I get awfully 1 + u\ j''i'i ',( if 1
they were pretty blunt about depressed and I wonder how a i ,' .
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the shoddy and second-rate human being can really be capable \
of such acts," admitted r- 1, ,i
things that have happenedhere. Mrs. J$ t J, \ \
General QuestionedNEW They wanted to know Bailey. ,
"Lots of times we'll pick
what we were going to do aboutit. up
someone and the parents are
YORK- US Attorney telegram to the Attorney General "The Chamber believes we unwilling to take out a warrant.
General John N. Mitchell this "the head of your own have the talent right here to They so often say they don't N' d\"' ;
week was asked to reveal whether Civil want to
Rights Division, Mr. make a start architects, become'involved.; Yet
"all the government's Jerris Leonard, told a news planners,, engineersand fi, we've s pentallthis time investigating ,
moral, political and economic conference that the Administration nancial experts-both in government and they say they
power' is not atthe disposalof would find it impossible and the private sec don't want to b e c o m e'involved. 4
Negro citizens demandingan to enforce court .' rrShe's ,.'
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ruling tor. A lot of know-how is avail- r
end to segregated schooling requiring (that) black school able if we all work together. as deminine as a woo c: i9
.' The pointed questionwas children get immediate enjoy- "We don't see this as man can get.Her five foot,five i a. ".,
put to the Attorney Gen- ment of Constitutional rights Chamber committee," he con inch, 135 pounds flatter the ,
eral by NAACP Assistant Executive prescribed for them fifteen tinued, "but as a community somewhat somber navy blue '
Director John A. Mor- long years ago.' project j utilizing the best skirt and heavily starched 1! "
sell following Mr. Mitchell's The reference was to the minds and experience we caput n white shirt that identify her as
speech to 3,500 local and state Administration's relaxation of together to deal with the a police officer. _
policy officials at the opening Sept. 1 desegregation dead- problems. We are confidentthat Yet the snub-nosed .38hug h.Carolyn.
session of the International lines for the benefit of num- the response will be ex- ging her bolstered hip and the
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Miami Beach on Sept. 29. State of Mississippi. enough community concern to violations of the law tells you Bailey is an attractive girl for whom
In that speech, Mr.Mitchell In noting the division within move the project alone." that, above all, she's a police carry a .38 Colt revolver and fighting crime is part
said that the Nixon Administration the Justice Department as to The Sunward officer.
symposiumwas of her everyday life., A policewoman with the City
"will marshal all its which laws are to be enforcedand sponsored by the Florida Carolyn Bailey I s a rather
moral, political and; economic which are to be ignored, South Chapter of AlA, the Uni special person, in fact of Miami police department, her challenging work
power to support lawenforce-, Mr. Morsell asked, "Who at versity's Center for Urban Hired In early 1966,she was has thrown her into assignments ranging from the
ment officers in our battle toe the top level of law enforce- Studies, the NorwegianCaribbean 'the first black cadet in the City shoplifting squad to narcotics. Miami.Metro Dept.
\ defeat crime." ment of the United States calls Lines and the Chamber. of Publicity & Tourism photo.
( "At the same moment, the the tune for law enforce- .
I NAACP executive said in a ment?" Former Interior Secretary -

Stewart Udall led a panel of #

five urban experts In explor- .
>-
: Health Program Coordinator ing community goals,planning ;:2
I I
processes, designed influences
and assessments of Mi-
Named ami's future. :
...
Appointment of Health Program a becon to all of the metropolises -. sort of neighborhood health f
Coordinator for Head in our country.We intendto service on wheels.The project
Start and Child Opportunity come to the communities will be called How--the
Centers and plans for revitali with dedication and love using abbreviation standing for \,
,ed efforts in that sector of moblie and portable units, a Health on Wheels.'
Dades War on Poverty were
announced today by Mrs. Marie -
S. Carl, Executive Direc- 1T1a 1a
tor of the EconomlcOpportunity -
Program, Inc. K CHILDREN

Names as Program Coodl-
nator was Dr Edmund SIZES ..

Handwerger sional career, has whose been profes-markedby ; i ____
_
years of voluntary servicein Ul'_ + S SSS ______
efforts to Improve health RED W -TT-: : ___

conditions in the slums.In 0 WHITE 2. --------r
+
her announcement, Mrs. 'i, t BIECECHILDREN \ ; f .. .::...
Carl stressed that corrective (I .
..,. I\ d 3 ti .ti
health M '" '
measures are a vital 1 ,
need in anti-poverty efforts,, "
especially for children, since''
for many of them it is the first For Your Added Convenience
step In the long climb to fuller, .
rewarding lives. SIZES

Sli-I DRIVE-IN BANKING
Plans are well underwaynow ali-u
to step up efforts to alleviate MAW
the debilitatinghealth
'
problems of g he tt 0 children, NATURAL Our Drive-in Banking service is the easiest and most
Dr. Handwerger said. "The
basic idea is to secur e as convenient way for you to handle withdrawals and
broad a community Involve- deposits. The
ment as possible mobilizinga service is friendly and fast just

total community effort for the way you want it. Drive in and see for yourself.
the children of Head Start. CHILDREN
SIZES $11 12a

"With Peace Corps workers

.all over the world there is no M M L M
reason why we cannot organizeour
own ,Peace Corps right
here in our own backyard,utilizing -
the most dedicated talents -
of our professional, religious SIEGE MULTI'
and neighborhood communities -
I / GUY'S & GAL'S FOOTWEAR
1III
Dr. Handwerger said that; 32 Not MM Aim .f Avenue 4

with this approach and com- ',/ !< .- *- -. V.i' "
munity help, Miami's program be 319.1302 orrfterty Line''
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I Jx MIAMI ZETAS ;BOOINYIPrHWtR;; ) HOP11


Primary"C" was the targetfor committee member formational ed the Sorority u a 1 for ad-" commodious home in Florida Essie W 1111 a m s, a transfer Cannon" was appointed keeper J
Miami Zetas
September 6. headquarters (housing), jornment City and ratified the recommendations Zeta from Savannah, Georgia. of properties.Mrs. .
They met, amid thundershowers presented individual forms for Saunders entertains first and goals set forth unanimous vote of the group Rosa L. Fortson will
. and flooded street, to set the 1970 Zeta directory to be meet in Florida City. at the Sorority Workshop.A changed the traditional be the hostess for the regular
the pace for meeting human distributed at the 50th Anniversary Mrs. Laura Saunders, second delclous r e pas t was served; meetings of the Chapter to regular meeting, October 18, 1969.
needs, by designing and deve- Boule. Deadline for vice president of Beta and, a fellowship hour ensued. meeting on the third Chapter officers, past pre-
loping methods to deliver returning these forms to Mrs. Tau Zeta Chapter,was hostessfor The entire membership was Saturday and executive board sidents and committee chair-
effective service." Accordingto Smith Is October 5, 1969. the first regular meeting of happy to welcome South Dade meetings on the first Saturday men are called to meet, Oct.4,
Laura Suanders,director of Following a brief fellowship the Chapter September 20.The members "reclaimed" by of each month.The time for all 1969 at the home of Marian
the workshop, their theme, hour, the membership follow- group met at 2:00 p.m. at her Mrs. Saunders; and,also Miss meetings will be 2:00 PM.Ruth Shannon.

based upon national emphasis f .. -.-.-..-.-...----
"
Groups were assignedtoexplore -
and recommend projectsand

programsfortheyear.Marian .
H. Shannon, charlman
of the local executive board;
and, Ruth N. Polite, the Beta ; 1 11JN11\\
? '
d, p 4\Illdr, Pa'' 1 ? 1 a 11 1,11 kdk'
? U1JY
r 1'
Tau Zeta C h a p t e r president, r1
served as special consultants.Mrs. .

Polite set the keynote

with greetings from the nation n q ''s Yly 1 P' \h ''tp 'It i 1+t+N WA 1 ,01( + 11'MY, 1M1
\ ;
a 1 grand president, Mrs
Mildred B r a d h a m, reglona d s tllx +
dwS m{ ., '
't
and state officers and ? t1
members
; 1 ;rs iIFI; w N \ YM t "+ yv
: who were unable to at- 4
; tend. Her challenge was gear
; ed to the theme and expressive
of the national Ten point Pro- J
gram of the Sorority.
.- {,! ? 1t1"i n f Iv1 j+1p'r "Y 1'1' IIN'rJ' 11 1 ,t
t
i Groups leaders for topic
: include "structure and guide- 1, 1 .
s lines for welfare, education !
t and health service" presentedby

Gwendolyn Goodman, Shirley ,
I Robinson and Ruth Cannon. t
t A special booth was set up for
i research Information needed
to explore the topic. \
t !
Diane Spratling, Josephine N,1
I Madkey and Pauline Willis led

discussions for the topic on Aylro, 'd'JpPvh
"communications". Public
information projects were
outcomes of this part of the
I workshop.

"Auxiliaries affiliates" ,""vp\ aly}; H 1 i,l Hl1\dh\ \ ,,

brought Amicaefriends) N HX11
.
sponsor Annie M. Ivey and
Youth Fellowship (Amicettes)
sponsors Doris Harden and
Vera Thompson together
initiators. DorthyAdsideserved
as chairman.

..lOFFICERS
"Chapter theme and mem-
bership" shores we re discussed -
by Laura Robinson, r''pu'IVY' ,d' \,' t 1 ,y N 1 1 FId 1 '' for 1969-1971: Seated from left to right: Mmes. Marion H. Shannon,
Laura Saunders, Ernestine Chairman of Executive Board; Ruth North Polite, President; Laura Sounders, First
Seymour, Rosetta Vickers; Vice President; Rosetta Vickers, Third Vice President. Standing: Mmes. Gladys
and Hannah Schewecke,Gladys Coachman, Chaplain; Alva Maull, Financial Secretary; Dorothy P. Lee, Treasurer;
Choachman, respectively. Miss Diane Spratling, Director of Publicity; Mrs. Doris Harden, Corresponding Secre
Marguerite Miller was consultant tary.

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Plans for the "Goldenju- l
j
bilee Boule" were presentedby "

Marian Shannon,national ,M 51 tYl tt a "ddnPtYl, ? TlS1 ,, u' *+ 4"v' ', t "
J Journalist, editor olt4e Sorority p, + .v +18 ,, }
magazine.:Thebudget I
and finance group combined,tc
form information giving ser-
vice for this event which will k + 1 ) OPI'r ,
1 M e'wM lol "* 1 i. P N ,J a P'i +
be held in Washington, D.C., N dd I
August, 1970. Mrs.RosaL. '
i
Fortson was designated by + ,
'
w
President Polite to serve as
d '
l a Iti'
chairman transportation. LT'bYA141 Ip4; f; r I 1+ktitt
Other presenters for the group W\ ,+P+' v t ? "' ,' il 1+1

included Dorothy P.Lee,tres- 'Er 1 ail' 4 11'YdY' 1 J, + J 'Y 1.,J+l9"! 1 r'i''i w N
.financial P'nC ; N
sur e r. Alva MauU. N

secretary; and Juanlta ,Ma V 1 0, yYP.Y +r N1 W1 J'NhSi ,
+/ 11 } '11n1'' v WJ
Pinckney served as consul '
VA\\+ ,i a; '
ant. S p
Js r vS,}

All set to work on combined
plans :or zeta-Sigma projectswere

Bernice Johnson,Evelyn,
Williams, Ada Barnes, LenoraB.

Smith, and Ruth N. Polite. L 1966-1969 Officers' holding certificates of Appreciation1: from 'left to right:,

; Mmes.: Alva Maule, Laura Saunders, Gwendolyn l Goodman, Josephine D. Mackey,

conducted During the by President feedback session Polite, i !: ::4 Lenora Smith Dorothy P. Lee.

outgoing officers received
certificates of merit. Recom- ,r '

mendations from each work- (Standing) : Mrs. ,Josephine D. Mackey. Seated Miss Diane Spratling, Mrs.
shop group were received and Pauline Willis. -
documented and evaluation _
;
sheets were distributed by the (2)) Mmes. Bernice Johnson, Evelyn Williams, Ada Barnes, Lenora Smith.

director. (3)) Mrs. Ernestine Seymour. Seated from left to right: Mmes. Laura Robinson,
Laura Saunders Vickers Miller. '
Greetings were brought to Rosetta Marguerite
the Zetas by Mr.Frankl1n (4)) From left to right; Mmes. Cherry Moss, Marian Shannon, Dorothy P. Lee,
"Clark, Community Director. wi i ''+N 1 .d Rosa Lee FortsonfAlva Maull
Zetas to remember j *
that were Mr.proud Clark had be e n ((5)) From left to right: Miss Shirley Robinson, Miss Gwendolyn Goodman and

presented during "Men of To Mrs. Ruth Cannon.

morrow" project in 1956. (6)) Seated from left to right: Mmes. Hannah Schewecke and Gladys Coachman.

Immediate past president, (7) Mmes. Doris Harden, Dorothy Adside, Annie Mae Ivey, Vera Thompson.
Lenora B.Smith, nationalI
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Kaleidoscope r I ,+a __ _
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By ROBERT J. SYE
fcjUUULW.fl p 0 9 0 B 0 ff 0 0 P,P 0 P OP," 0 B OJ> POP 999Jt 4vn tJI

Jim Brown Is In Spain f liming"El Condor' with Lee Van
Cleef, the star of"The Good,Bad and the Ugly." But hereafter '
a sneak preview In both L.A, & S.F. -- Brown's Image Is n ,
being profoundly felt, and the cry of"Ole!'" Indicates approcalof ao a., '.
Jim's best performance to date. Brown's newmovie'for ; -- By-- :

[ MGM, "tick. ..tick..tick'Isa monster; that is, in ADLINE PONTIPHFLET _-,' _
"tick. .," Brown Is supported by the greatest cast 2-tlmn

Academy winner Frederick March,Academy winner George Sometimes things turn
Kennedy, Richard Elkins, Bernie Casey, Janet MclLachlan and out for the best and rye just
Leonard Smith --ever offered a black film star. JB reached been made aware of a spendid
deep into his soul and projected himself,not as personality or change. Last week, or was it
the black male sex symbol who whet the appetite of women the two weeks ago, I was tellingyou S RI k tf N
world over, but as a thespian,an actor,with depth, sensitivityand about that very busy sche- 4 9 + 6a Al

wit. In "tick ."Jimfinds himself, and becomes a dule of ours and how one thing -.. "" "...."r....... .". .-, -,-
craftsman. . RaymondSt Jacques, Scoey Mitchell and led to another concerning ap-
Miamian To Star In Off9
Cookie GlrchristlknchedatAlfie'sonSunsetandduring the pearances for different eventsin
course of conversation It was learned that the movie reportedlyto different locations. Last
be produced by Harry Kane was somewhat a fiasco(Lou Sunday brought good news to
AuthoredNew
Show he
Rawls, Fred Williamson and Cookie were to have parts with a my ears. One of our distin- Broadway
cameo by Jim Brown).Seems the whole thing was a hype by the guished Honorary Pastrons, **..
producer. In fact, Raymond St. Jacques is was comtemplatingwhat Mr. AllenA.Dworkis,the gen- York producers, Ro- Another play (serious-
could be done about Kane legally.. .The party at Virginia tleman who organized that a bert E. RlchardsonandJoe black) by young Mackey, Fa-
Capers' was a soulfeast: cornbread, rice, ham hocks 'n special "The PerformingArts Davis are readying a new"to.. mily Meeting appears lathe
greens, hocks 'n black-eyed peas,hocks red beans, chicken. Society Presents,"told us Mr. day" musical, Billy Noname recently published, New Black
Among the Beautiful People In attendance were Bob DoQul, Jackie Gleason made it possible for an Off-broadway production -- Playwrights (L.S.U. Press)
Army Sgts. Jim Richardson andTaomatraScott, LonaThayer, for us to postpone this par- KELSON ROBERTSMy this season. The show Is 1 which Includes other works by
David Crompton, Amentha Dymally, IsabellSanfordHallWil- ticular committment to later guest this weoiclsa/erv budgeted at $75,000 dollars Ed. Bulllins, Adrience Kennedy -
lianv_._,,-.Glynn Turman has a"so r t of hip p i e" role in a (we hope far early nineteen Ir e cant member, Mr. Kelson and is concerned with the Douglass Turner Ward,
forthcoming CBS Playhouse segment,"S a d b i r d" William seventy,)date."The Performing Roberts. events of the last thirty yearsas and Lonne Elder. A paperback
Graham producing...Lola Falana played the role of the wife Arts Society Present" is a Kelson is a very well known seen through the eyes of a edition oftheanthologyis
of leadman Roscoe Lee Brown in to-be-released Libera- "special" concert to be heldIn young gentleman, popular sensitive and talented Black being released injanuary,
tion of Lord Byron Jones," and whatta woman!!.. .The Bev the Miami Beach Auditor- especially with his "confreres" American.The 1970 by A von Press Publishers -
Hills-Hollw'd NAACP's annual Image ward showwlllbe ium as a communltyproject J from the wonderful book for the drematiza- a Hearst Publication.
emceed by Bill Cosby who'll fly in from Vegas to do the show for both the cities of Miami and Miami Jackson High School. tion is written by Black Playwright -
Oct. 11 In the Embassy Room of the Ambassador and fly right Miami Beach. It consists of a He graduated from there only William Wellington Roulette Records has obtained -
back for his 1 p.m.show at the International .Who will be varied program with talent last year. His teachers, Mackey who was born and the recording and mus-
the next black female sex symbol of Hollywood? Some survey coming in from all directionsand 'especially his very popular grew up In Miami.The musical ic publication rights to the
candidates: Lola Falana, Mira Waters,'Ena Hartman, Isabell of course, terminatingwith choral director, Mr.Roscoe score is by London born com- musical score of Billy No-
Sanford, Janet McLachlan. And there's always doe-eyed, In- selections performed by Speed, will speak of him in poser, Johnny Brandon. name.
glowing terms. Fm especially ______ __
nocent-faced, well-stacked Allison Mills,perhaps the most talented our Performing Arts Society n
and attractive 19-year-old in the business. What about Chorus I need not tell you how impressed with his warm per-
sonality and his noticeable Ruth Foreman On WMBM m
Allison? You know, she's the TY"sister" of Leslie ugga'msShow important this is to u s because -
," why all the problems In writing the"Sugar Hill" epi- inkeeping with pro honesty which I dare say hard The overwhelming responseto ested people can call and ask
could be Ishould
odes for the show? ? ?Disillusionment over L e s Ii e's"Sugar gress, the society needs a ly Improved. Ruth Foreman's WMBM questions as to how to get into
wish to behind
have Kelson walk
Hill" situationers is rampant. Preciously, people thought the great deal of public exposure! opening radio 'show Sunday Show Biz.
should for
fate have it
whole show would be family-type fare skin to "Julia." Then outside of our own interests. me evening, Oct. 5, has caused
Leslie comes up with potpourri which only incidentally Since we've been accorded the me to drop my purse. the show to go from onehalfto Free Chest
Includes "Sugar Hill," so far a poorly done glimpse that fails only official patronage of its When this young man entered one hour. New time SundayOct.

miserably to show the black family in it's true perspective, in type by our city fathers,we are our doors, his baritone 12, from '10 11 p.m. X-Rays t
much the same manner that its upper-Harlem namesake hardlyIs called upon to serve as an ex- voice immediately filled the Gordon Shaw veteran news- Free chest on the
x-rays
indicative of modern Afro-Am3rica..... And cop this: why ample Insofar as being an.instrument air. Every member of The caster of WCKT, will be the Christmas Seal Mobile Chest
aren't b 1 a c k columnists paid for their e r v I c e s while white for public relations.Our Performing Arts Society was microphone guest. X-Ray Unit will available to
are? This little plug Is born of the frustrations of one R.J. Sye, patronage does not serve given a good shot of security all 18 of
Talk is Show Biz and persons, years age
whose koluym is syndicated to 127 penny-wise per loklcals(An its prupose if it's to be contained -' for there stood before us our"Rabbi" prominent guests in all phasesof and over, at the CentralShopping -
exception, of course, Is A.S. "Doc"' Young). . Lovely In one small document The for the "Fiddler On show business will talk Center, Monday thur
Roof
little Mira Waters, who has a vignette Gordon Parks' "The ornating not-too-much- presentation" scheduled about 'their thing. There will Friday, Oct. 10 from 10 a.m.
Learning Tree" and who is also the pivotal female in other larger studio wall. It is how- for our 1969 Fall Concert" be open phones, so that inter- to 4 p.m.
Parks directions, Is not receiving the publicity she is due. In ever necessary for us to be forthcoming. Of course
"Tree," she renders solid performance as the ill-fated girlfriend somewhat selective since we the work would be hard and the
of star Kyle Johnson yet Kyle,who gives less than a cannot afford to misplace our repetition practically mo-
deathless rendering, Is getting all the recognition Why? Fact is energies. Our members are notonous but Kelson under-
the only true hero of the movie isAlex Clarke, the young students in the field of the arts stands that and that my friendsis Call
heavy. Columbia put a"closedset"sign up last week when and they must concentrate in another example of fortitude -
madman Godfrey Cambridge did a nude scene with aAustralls's bettering themselves with .
Kay Kimberly In "The Night the Sun Came out" Meanwhile their particular art.Too much May I wish Mr. Kelson j CHARLES
Estelle Parsons, who finished her role as Godrey's wife, was activity could 1 wear them outland Roberts long years of associa- '
called back from New York to play Gr egoryPeck's spouse in [ then more harm could be tion with us If God wills it, may ? ROGERS
"An Exile". Director Dave Tihlmar announced the open- done then good. lam therefore the road to a great future be a
ing of "Carnlcal Island" has been postponed 'til Nov. 19 at grateful to our Mr. Sworkls pleasant one. k AT PL 1-7502
L.A. 's Ebony Showcase. Memories of Harlem: "Cotton and his organizers for their _
Club '70," a takeoff on the famous all-black productions of the I dec is ion to postpone an eventof And to you dear readers, FOR A GOOD BUY ON A
'20s and'30s,opened at Yegas's Castaways Sept.25. The revue such magnitude for a more may you look forward to a won- PIANO, ORGAN, SCOTT
stars, among,others, the Nicholas Bros., Harold and Fayard, quiet time. derful week ahead., STEREO OR ORCHESTRA
,
who opened the original Cotton Club In 1937.Ike and Tina --
Turner and their sock-o revue have beenbookedfor 16 weeks INSTRUMENTS.
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next year at the posh new International Hotel. .Ex-Rams - -
footballer Bernie Casey continues to unveil new talents. Now Flowers by MODERN DAY I
actor-artist Casey has a new book, "Look at the People," out
with Doubleday. It's a collection of paintings and poems. .
We Specialize In all Typu Of Floral Designs
Nancy Wilson copped out on judging a music festival in Rio de
Janlero because of"unsettled conditions" there....More than Weddlngi Funerals ;;. Parties Bar Mitzvahs .,.'
200 black and brown student""::,Lave signed up for the second j Decorators of Home Planters N
Writers Guild West at Cathay Studio j a
year of classes under the Give a Fine Bouquet from MODERHD J
near Bev Hills....BU!C 0 s b y reportedly was despondentover
the death of vet actor Rex Ingram, De Lawd in "Green DAY:693-391I I NIGHT: 754- 1888

Pastures" of yeasteryear. Ingram, who died of a heart attack 215 NORTHSIDE PLAZA
Sept. 19, had just played the role of Santa Claus in the "Bill NORTHSIDE SHOPPING CENTER
Cosby Christmas Show," which airs yule week .. "Slave,"
I at $27,000gross the first weekat San Francisco's Warfield and - -
Geneva drive-Ins, topped the other five first-runs debuting

concurrently in the Bay City .. .Lloyd Haynes and Dihann .
Carroll both got rave reviews in Variety for the season preemsof I + ,
their shows. Haynes was tagged "superlor actor" for his Shop at Your Frll.dlyJOE'S
starring role in "Room 222," while Miss Carroll was called
"excellent and skillful" In her return to "Julia" Ex-Bill '
'Cosby partner Roy Silver and Bruce Cambell will be exec- 1 1WE
producers of the first animated cartoon special,"Hey,Hey.. MARKETTfct
I It's Fat Albert," based on Bosbycharacters... CBS News
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I Minority Membership In Labor Unions Almost Zero I


preliminary results of a tics-on minority membership have included C h arm a n Brown noted that
nationwide of gained membership participation. That is certainly ship the Electrical
membership survey in local minority unions in labor unions, The unions in such'unions is a practical true of the building trades. Workers ((0.6 percent),Ele- membership figures in 0 the r
with hiring halls or other referral question are'the so-called measure of the degree of equal However it is also true of un- vators Cons tr uc tor S (0,4 than constructionindustres i
arrangements has been 'Referral Unions' which, in employment opportunity with ion in other industries as well.In percent),'and Asbestos Work- similarly show wide differ-
released by Chairman William one way or another serve asa in those jurisdictions.' fact, as our employer" surveys ers (0.9 percent). These 5 unions ences in the numbers and percentages -
H. Brown III, of the U.S. Equal gateway to employment in the Commenting on the survey have shown, the one per together reported only of minority repre-
Employment 1 Opportunity minority group people have results, Brown said: "We find vasive pattern in all of American 1,421 Negroes out of close to centages of minority repre-
Commission. gained membership in such generally the memberships industry is the inverse relationship 330,000 members. sentation. The highest figures
gateway to employment in the ta tI s ti c s for those inter- between pay and Spanish Surnamed Ame- were found in two low-earn-
"This is a unique
survey"
Brown declared. "It presents,, trades and crafts. within their national unions with the high skill levels and minority group rican members in the building logs service industry trades,
Jurisdictions. The extent to est levels show the lowest Building Service Employees
pay trades from
j for the first time,hard statis employment. ranged 16.0 per
which
minority group people levels of minority group The survey, based on 1967 cent for Marble polisher to (12.9 percent) Together with
reports received from some 1.2 percent for Asbestos the Teamsters (9.6 percent),
3,700 local unions with over Workers Other unions with these unions accounted for half
KtoolwortRANNIVERSARY two million members in refer- substantial Spanish Surnamed the black membership in the
ral bargaining units, revealedan American membership were non-construction industries.
aggregate black member Laborers ((9.8 percent), Plas- Some of the unions with small
un place to shop... ship of just under ten percentof terers ((12.6 percent), and black representation were
i the total. Spanish Surnamed.Painters (6.7 percent).Unions Lithorgraphers and Phot engravers -
Americans accounted for an other than the Asbestos Workers (1.3 percent), Stageand
additional six percent. Also, with relatively low Span- Motion Picture Operators
one percent were Orientals,, ish Surnamed American membership (2.9 percent), Barbers(0.9(
and one-half of one percentwere included Electrical percent), and Patternmakers
American Indians Workers (1.8 percent), Elevator (0.1 percent). A similar pat- ..
Unions in the construction Constructors (1.3 percent) tern is indicated for Spanish
industry with close to 1.3 mil- Operating Engineers ((1.4 per- Surnamed Americans among
lion members had about five- cent), and Plumbers (1.4 per- the unions other than the build-
BflflUai :. eights of total reported.refer cent),. ing trades.
ral-union membership. There
were 106,000 Negroes(Jn those
unions, or 8.4 percent of the Baptist Women Council to Meet MAll
a. total, and 56O, ')Spanish-Sur-
**' named American with 4.5 members of the Baptist lights on Foreign Mission
1 I1 *fff& percent of all members. Both Women's Council are request- from both the convention. The
rates were lower than the nationwide ed to meet on Friday evening election officers are in
: levels for all refer- October 10th promptly at 8 order and the Rev. J.E. Mic-
ral unions. p, m. at the First Baptist kins will again be requested to
Black membership in the Church corner of NW 23rd hold the election at the stated
building trades ranging from Ave. and 46th Street,Rev WM time. Let us core prepared to
30.5 percent in the case of Laborers Davis is pastor. This will be do great things for God.
to 0.2 per cent for the first meeting since the
illi Plumber andSheetmetal Council adjourned in June
Workers, respectively The Everyone is urged to be pre Practical Nurses
Laborers, with 81,000 had 3 sent and to bring.a new member Tea SundayThe
out of 4 of all black membersin .
the building trades.Other Mr s. Sadie Temple presi- Licensed Practical
S unions with relatively high dent of the missionary societyand Nurses invites you to attend
black membership were the the women of First Baptist their annual fall tea Sunday,
Bricklayers (9.6 percent), Church will give a cordial wel- Oct. 12 from 4 6p.m.atNew
Plasterers ((14.0 percent),and come to all. Those attendingthe Covenant PresbyterianChurch
Roofers (13.5 percent). In addition recent convention which 4300 NW 12th Avenue,
to the Plumbers and closed in Kansas City Mo.will Mrs. Lenora Thomas, presi-
2 Sheetmetal Workers,unions be ask to bring echoes. The dent, announced that Rev.G.W. 4\\
with very low Negro member president plans to bring high- Warren will be the speaker.

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22 THE MIAMI TIMES, Friday, October 10, 1969

i'I CARD OF THANKSThe ALBERT ALBERT

BERRY of 1200 NW THOMAS A. WEBB of 16341
CARDS family of the late, JOSEPH 16 on arrival NW 18th Place, died Oct. 2.
MEMORIALS DEATHS 67th St. died Sept.
,
f I MR. ALVIN WILLIAMS atJacksonHospitlSury Survivors include wife Ida;two
wishes to thank
: their many Irene Williams and
daughters
friends and neighbors for their, Include wife sistersinlaw Annie; one-! Cleora Webb; two sisters
acts of kindness cards tele- son James; three
CARD OF THANKSWe'll CARD OF THANKSThe CARD OF THANKSThe grams, beautiful,floral,offerIngs Mildrew Gibson, Louise i Emily Newbold, Eliza Dean;
Services
brother Frank.
miss him greatly. visits and dur- Yarberg and Ethel Brown; one
family of the late, family of the late prayers brothers-in-law Floyd I will be held Saturday 11 a.m.
The family of the late, MRS. WILMA MOBLEY ing our time of bereavement., three from Transfiguration.
HUNTER Special thanks to Rev. W. A. Gibson, Bernard Yarberg,!
MRS. ROBERTA CLARK of
Curry officers and Daniel Brown; one aunt Mary;
who departed this life September mem-
died 2
[ 765 NW 69th St., Oct.
bers of St. John AME Churchof four g ran d s, Allen, Shorn,
28 1969 in Jackson Me-
,
\ at Westchester Hospital. Survivors -
Services
and Denise.
South Miami. Mr. Victor Rolsen
morial Hospital, wish to take
include husband John
Bain and his very efficient were held from St. Matthews; ;
this opportunity to e I ss
pre Church Sept. 22. two sisters Cora, and Inoy
staff Baptist ,
their sincere and heartfelt
Youngblood; one son Alonzo.
thanks to the many friends and ,.M The Services were held in the
neighbors, for their kindness Family IN MEMORIAMIn chapel.

o I shown during our bereave-
? sad but loving memory of, Mrs. Bessie B. Balkmon of
memo Many thanks for the CARD OF THANKSThe our dear mother 2304 W. 6th Ct., died Oct 3,at

cards, letters, telegrams and MRS. BLANCHE WHITE Jackson Hospital. Survivors

beautiful floral pieces. Spec- family of the late, who departed this life Oct; include one daughter Vada L.
ial thanks to the doctors and
MRS. SUSIE WILLIAMSwho brother
9 1968. Woods; one Oliver;
staff of Jackson Memorial ,
departed this life Sept. We have spent many hours one niece Para Lee; one

MR. DANIEL WESLEY Hospital. The Francis Funeral 5,1969, wishes tothankneigh- remembering that sad day,and grandson Johnny W. Small.
Home and staff. May God bless ]bors friends for their
and
followed which Services will be held Saturday
who departed this life Sept. all of the days that
16, 1969 wish to express our you. 1 kindness during our bereavement have left a gap that cannot be from New Mt. Zion in Hia-
sincere ERSKINE ALEXANDER i for cards,food,and flow- is
p thanks to those who filled In our lives, she gone leah.MRS.
James Willis Hunter and
were so kind and helpful dur- ROBERTSwho i ers. Also their precious time but not forgotten. IDA FOWLER of 11400
) ing our,hour of bereavement. Family passed into the great be- :and sweet words of sympathy.We SW 213th St., Goulds died Oct.

Thanks to everyone for cards, yond August 13, 1969, wishes want to thank everyone who Children, Mrs. Marie 3 at Garden Sossin House.Sur-

letters, telegrams and floral IN MEMORIAM to express our sincere thanks was concerned. Pinder Dt. vivors Include one brother

expressions. May God,bless. and appreciation for your A voice we loved is still, ,Mr. Leroy Marshall, son; James Gumming; pne cousin
Tn sad hut tnvincr memorvof
each of you. prayers; florals, telegrams A place Is- vacant in our home, .grandchildren, and great- 'Rosebud Stockwell; one bro-

Mrs. Rosie Lee Wesley,.and cards, telephone'calls, visits 1 In which no one else can fill. grandchildren ther-in-law, Van. Arrange-

FamilyIN and other acts of kindnesses ments are Incomplete.

dur Ing our bereavement. George Williams, husbandand RICHARDSONWiley WILLIE R. & JAMES D.

Special thanks to Father J. children WESTON of PO Box 1065,were
1 MEMORIAM Kenneth Major, vicar of The Robinson of 5048 NW victims of a drowning on Oct.

Church of the Incarnation,Fa- CARD OF THANKSThe 24th Ave., died Oct. 2 at Br o- 3. Services were held Tuesday -
In loving memory of the late ther A. Terryl Dear, and Rev. ward General Hospital,he wasa from Shilch Baptist

Harold D. Long, pastor of the family of the late, resident of this communityfor Church. They are survived by

Church of the OpenDoor, staff 55 years. Survivors Include parents Mr. and Mrs. CharlieW.

t dj y oY, of Christian Hospital and one brother Emanuel; Weston.
1 y Fountainhead Convalescent three nieces and four nephews WILLIAMS PARKER of

a Home Range Funeral Home Services were held Wednes- 15771 NW 18th Pl., died Oct.
r staff for efficient service. May day from St. John Baptist t 5 at Christian Hospital. Sur-

x ;Y God's choices blessings be Church vivors Include three sons

1 with you.James. Willie, Edmond, William; four

1 daughters Willie Mae Dukes,
1I I b IiTHEODORE) D. Roberts, !r., ff fYl YOUNG'SRobert Cleo Proctor, Mamie Gee,

brother Otis Mathis, better Helen R. Parker. Services
: Naomi and Charles Gooding known as 'Bob' ot1900NW2ndct. were held Wednesday from

ROOSEVELT Jr., niece and nephew ., died Sunday at Jackson New Providence.

Ha. CARNEGAYwho Thomas L. Roberts,nephew Hospital. Remains will reposeat WARREN WHYMS (better

passed away, Oct. 8,1961. other nephews and cousins 3 p..m. Friday in the chapel known as little Willie) of 345t

He's gone, but not forgotten. .... MISS LOTTIE E. WARD until funeral time Saturday a NW 13th St. ##7, died Oct. 2.
wishes to thank all friends and I Greater Bethel AME. Survi Survivors Include wife

# MURRAY GREENE labor; The,Carnegay- Family :.. neighbors t for calls,visits, vors are his wife, Emma; two Loretha; five daughters Van-
who was called from to sons Robert Jr. and Albert dell and
telegrams, flowers and other ; Johnnia, Edna Iso-
Oct. CARD OF THANKSThe ,
reward on 20, 1968. one step son Henry Gallon
IN MEMORIAMIn services rendered duringtheir ; dora; four sons Eric,Clifford,
He pulled off mortality and two daughters Mary L. Mathis Glenn and Roderick three
hours of ;
of family of the late bereavement.
put on immortality. And wentto loving memory my
and Lilly R. Mathis mother ,
sisters Henrietha Danis
Also to clubs lodges schools ; ,Gertrude -
sister ,
live with his
creator. Sleepon ,
; Mrs. Ollie Jinks Mathis two
Delta Sigma Theta sororityfor ; Sands, Barbara Rands;
my dear one, someday we \ brothers Lucius and
flowers and services. Ulysses; three brothers Percy, George
hope to see you, somewhere and six sisters Ruth
around God's Thanks and appreciation to St. Fryer, and Alonzo; eight nieces and
throne
Agnes Episcopal Church Ida Gardner, Margaret Scott, four nephews. Services will
Memories are treasures no Chapter of Women, Sacred| Ollie N. Gillian,Jennette Byrd be held from Morning Bright

one can, steal Heart African Othodox and Mary L. Driver; and 1 Star Baptist Church Saturdayat
Death is a heartache
nothingcan three
heal 1I1 Church, St. Peter's American| grandchildren.Mrs. 3 p.m.

Some Catholic Church and choir, MRS. PATSY EVANS, DadeCounty's
forget now that
may
are you Mr. Labon Bodie, the Rev. Ruby Tennyson age 56 S oldest citizen, died

But we gone shall, remember no Father Gibson for excellent; of 3563 Hibicus Street,Goulds, Oct. 5 at the age of 123.A well

matter how long service. Fountainhead nurses! Fla., died September 22, 1969> known personage for her

The call was short, the shock and the Range Funeral Home, at Jackson Memorial Hospital. longerity of life she is survived -
and She was well known In the i by two daughters AnnieL.
severe many others, names too'
To part with someone we holdso numerous to be mentioned Coconut-Grove area. Butler and Henrietta Milton -
dear. R here. Thanks again and God's services were held 4:00 PM t: ; two sons Ben and Jessie

u't's blessing. Saturday October 4,1969 at the i Evans; one sister and one brother -

r The Greene Family Young Funeral Home Chapel 1 as well as many other
THOMAS AUDLEY WALKER 1732 All Baba Avenue
Opa- relatives. Services
tenta-
Mable I. Daniels, sister are
r Margueritte W. Davis locka, Fla.Survivors. tively scheduled for Saturday.MRS. .
MRS. ETHELJAMESwho'departed wishes to sincere ,
their .
.express ,, 2
sons Mr.Ber-
> ; ,
ESSIE LEE
r sister JOHNSON
MEMORIAMIn this life October
IN thanks and appreciation
nard lard, Mr. Theodore> of
their Cleomi Bloomfield, sister 17240 Duval Ave., Perrine
8,1968.
I to many neighbors and Henry Jr; ,1 daughter, Mrs. died Oct. 6 at
Wltlean Butler and Wilhe- Baptist Hospi-
Out of ,the dusk a shadow, friends for assistance
your Doris
In memory of the later Tennyson; Mr.James i tal.
mena Jennings nieces.
Then a spark; during our recent bereave- Green 2 sisters Mrs Alber-

\. Out of the cloud a silence,, ment. The cards, letters,tele- Numerous. other nieces and. tha Golden; Mrs., Roxlee 1 6"at RACHEL Hialeah BROWN ConvalescentHome died Oct.

Then, a lark; grams, visits,telephone calls Green 3 "
i ; nephews, Mr.Robert: ,
Out WILLIAMS
died
Then, a pain; and all other gestures of kindness Oct.
Payne and Mr.Thomas
The family of the late Payne. 7.
Out of the dead cold ashes
meant so much In helpIng NADA BRADLEYwho A host of other relatives and 1 _
J Life again us bear our heavy burden. friends. RANGE
r ;ors Mrs. Letitia Bradham, departed this IlfeSept. 14,
sister. 1969 at Jackson Memorial MRS. OZIE SIMMONS of 1772

Special thanks to Canon Hospital wish to express sin- NW 39th Street, died October5th

Charles Cooper, the officers cere thanks to all of our BAIN at Jackson MemorialHos-

I IN MEMORIAMIn
African Orthodox Cathedral, helped to console and comfortus WILLIAM J. THOMPSON Of f by a daughter, Mrs. Eva
memory of our loving wife Father Elisha Clarke, Rev by extending your heart- 3760 Frow Ave. expired Sept. Mae DuPont; ten grandchildren -

and mother, T. S. Johnson, Rev. A. Wil- felt sympathy during our recent 30th at Veteran's Hospital. ; 30 great-grand-

ALEXZINA PINCKNEY, liams, Rev W. J. Macon, Fa- bereavement, through Funeral services were held I children and six great-great-

who departed this life Oct. 13, :ther Stafford Sweeting, North cards, letters, telegrams, Monday Oct. 6th, 4:00 p.m. at t. grandchildren. Remains were

1943. Dade Junior High School, the telephone calls, and beauti- St. Mary's Baptist Church with i shipped on Monday to plant
While you shed a tear for the ,executive board of the Dade ful flowers and all other acts Rev. W.F. Tanner, pastor of- City, Florida for final rites

dead CTA i the Cafeteria personnelof of kindness shown us. ficiating. Survivors Include 1 and burial.
Determine to shed light on the Rainbow Park Elementary Special thanks to Rev. T.S. son; William Thompson ffl; 1

pathway of the living;; MRS. MARY GARVIN For death is but a path that Funeral Home. May Godbless nette and members of Greater parents, Mr. and Mrs. James: 65 NW 47th Terrace died Oct.

who departed this life Oct. 8, must be trod, each of you.Thomas Bethel AME Church, Ush- Leroy; 1 sister, Mrs. Sallie i 3rd at Jackson Memorial
1965. If man would ever pass to God. ers' of Antioch Baptist Church Longworth and a host of other Hospital. Mrs.Boothes Is sur-

Gone, but not forgotten.We H. Walker, son and members and to the Range relatives and friends. vived by a husband; brother,

loved you, but God loved I( husband Harrison Pinckney. Sr., Mrs. Thomasena W. Land Funeral Home for their out- Oscar Edwards and three sis-

you best. Sleep on. sey, daughter standing services and a very WHITMAN ANDERSON of 3843! ters, Mattie Clark,Rachel Robinson -
Harrison Pinckney, Jr. son Mrs. Gwendolyn Davis efficient staff. Percival Ave. '
expired Oct.3rd I and Rachel Rachel Robinson
All children Marguerite Hart, Vermelle daughter at Jackson Memorial 1
your Walker Hospital., Remains were shipped
Mrs.' Leola Armstrong daughtersand Mrs. Hattie Sweating,sister Mary Ella Bradley wife and Funeral arrangements at this( I on Tuesday to Detroit, Michigan -
grandchildren. Willie Walker, brother Family time are Incomplete. I for burial.



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Primary "C" Community School Offers COUNTDOWN CENSUS



: Leadership Training CoursesWe
Census Day will be April 1

are pleased to be able g a n 1z a t ion needs, little or will be given upon completion 1970. Until then Census
Countdown, will bring YOt
to offer a 15-liour1 'course In much, small or big, their of the course., information from and about the r

"Leadership Training" to work benefits your group. For additional information United States Bureau of the
help anyone present ideas There is a small registration please contact Primary' 'C' Census.

clearly, and convincingly by fee o f $2.00 per person Community School Director, The Census Bureau reports
achieving confidence in a for the course and instructorswill Franklin Clark at 157NW 66th major changes in black employment -

speaking situation, work ef- meet with your group in Street or callhtmat836-0012. between 1960 and Elder J. W. Wilson and congregation would
fectively in groups,learn sim- your school church club
1967, with drops of 70,000 in
like extend and cordial all
to a warm invitation to
plified parliamentary proce- room, or place of choice
your laborer and
jobs 435,000 on
_"___I-ras of to and visit the church and the
dures. for the five three-hour ses- : far m s. At the same time the you come enjoy

Leadership and fellowshipare sions, or six 2 1/2 hour ses- Carver number of black professional, services..
interchangeable; anyonecan sions. [ technical and craft workers For your comfort, the church is fully air-con

learn to express his or her Good meetings do not just I Ias Ii increased by about 1.4 million ditioned. For your convenience, we provide trans

opinions and help obtain goalsfor happen plan now to get a Ranches In some skill Jobs and in portation for services to and from the church. Time:
an organization or the group together and take the
the professions blacks not
are
Thursday 8 and Sunday 11 a.m. and 8
community.It "Leadership Training 1 employed in proportion to p.m. p.m.
can be fun to make a short Course" for fun and best results News their total population. Black For your added convenience, we have a wonderful

speech, write a report, lead a in terms of things accomplished ( men consitute 10 percent of Sunday School service which we would like to have

discussion group, lead a com- cooperative relationships ,-By-Walter--*Bowe- --- I the employed 'males, but only 'your children with us each and every Sunday.
mittee, to hold office,to share and personal --- -- ---- 2 percent of the doctors, 2.5 Phone: 6930481. Church: 9000 NW 20th Avenue.
ideas with others, and work on growth. The Holiday Social and Civic percent ofthedentistsl.5
a project. This course is designed for Club gave their donation of percent of the insurance brokers YOUNGLAND U.S.A. Kindergarten is open all sum-

Everyone has skills or members ,of any group: not $75 to the Carver Ranches 3.3 percent of the plumbers mer. We keep children from 6 months of age to 10

talents that your group or or- Just the officers. A certificate Fire Department. 1.5 percent of the electricians years of age. Call and Register Now.' 693-0481.

Sunday, Oct. 12, there will and 0.5 percent of the .
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I Mail Early To Armed ,Forces. Overseas be a solo contest between Mr.J .engineers. Black womrn make WHERE OTHER READERS HAVE TAILED
and Grady 13 percent of the
W. Wilson Mr. up working
Postmaster E. M. Dunlap it may seem like a long time Whitehurst 'at New Macedonia females but only 2.4 percent of SHE HAS SUCCEEDED; IJ

I reminded residents ''of the to Christmas, to those people Baptist Church of West Holly- the lawyers, 5.6 percent of the 7lOTflER-ANN

Greater Miami area that while with sons, relatives and wood, 2201 SW 48th Ave., at professional nurses, 6.5 per- Spiritual Reader and AdvisorAre
friends in the Armed Forces
3 p.m. Rev. Albert Cooper is cent of the medical technicians you facing difficult problems? Poor Health?
RANGERAY particularly those who are pastor. 2.4 percent of the tele- Money 'or Job Trouble? Drink, Love or Family Troubles?
overseas, the time to mail to Do you want more happiness and good fortune In life?
The Ladies Auxiliary phone operators 1.5 percentof
CHARLES WHITFIElD Christmas parcels Is actually if you have any of these problems or others like them,
of 1370 NW 84th Terrace died short insofar as deadline dates Post No. 8195 VFW will hold the secretaries, and8.8 doer! friend, there is wonderful news of a remarkablenew
September 30th as the resultof Is its regular meeting Sunday, percent of the elementary way of helk Also, your lucky days and lucky
for mailing them concerned. Oct. 12 at 5 p.m. all officers school teachers. numbers. See Mother Ann today.'S5 reading t3 with Ad.
a drowning accident. He is Mr. Dunlap suggested mail- and members please be pres- This week's Census Count- OPEN 9 A.M.TO 9 P, M. NO APPOINTMENT NECESSARY
survived by his parents, Mr. Ing dates for Christmas par- down was reprinted from the Phone: 691-9583 9751 N. W. 27th Avenue
and Mrs. Franklin Whitfield, cels to members of the Arm- ent.The MIAMI. rtORIDAATTENTION
public is invited to be leaflet, "We the Black Peopleof
his grandmother Mrs. Mattie
ed Forces Overseas. In this
this'weekend the "
our guest at the VFW United States. For a
Whitfield and other relatives.
instance "Armed ForcesOverseas"
at our Friday and Satur- free copy write Census,Wash-
Funeral services were held
includes personnelof day night Fish Fry at the post ington, D.C. 20233.Boys .
Monday, 2:00 p.m.in the Range the Armed Forces, mem- home on Pembroke Rd. !

Memorial Chapel. bers of their families and For the Miami Times to be In, TheService ,
United States civilians employed to call
delivered you, Ralph
MRS. DOROTHY E. SMITH of overseas who receive
Seymour 981-6959 or gotohis IfYou're From
2638 Nichols Ave., SE Wash- their mail through an APO or
home 5213 SW 21st St. :SAN ANTONIO-Airman,,
ington, D.C. died at Mount FPO, New York, San Fran- '
Charles Jackson son of Char-
,Sinai Hospital. She is survived cisco or Seattle. ,
les Jackson of 2141 NW 68th Georgia
by a daughter, Dorothy Jackson fi
61 St., Miami, has received his .
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duty assign-
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drowning accident. Among his man Jackson Is a 1969 grad-
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24 THE MIAMI TIMES, Friday, October 10, 1969

.
j.Men's
SOUTH DADE NEWS TEMPLE

It ItJ .
\'Ij "V is 9'
observance
t. Mt. Moriah Baptist Church Women's Day
, closed its very inspirational Just four weeks away; and if
JI revival services Friday night what happened at the kickofftea
with candidates for baptism. last Sunday afternoon Is
I Several other members were any Indication of things to
1 taken in under Christian Experience come, then what a day of reJoicing -
Rev. W.W. Wood of it will bel The chair-
I'I
i Albany Georgia conducted the men are urging every mem-
services. ber to fall in line NOW.

4rr Attending the f u n e r a 1 ser-
vices Sanford, Florida of The No. 2 Choir will sing
r: Mrs. Annie Chisolm, motherof for both services on Sunday.
& Iou f 3n 14urr4! ? &undttu Mrs. Edna Collins, were Members recently confinedto
their homes because of illness -
Mr. & Mrs. Herber t Adger,
Mrs. Beatrice McCoy, Mrs but were able to attend Day At Greater Bethel AME
Rosa Lee Thomas, Mrs. Ella services last Sunday were
Mt Zion AME Of Opa-locka, Wilcox and Mrs.. Susie Wil- Mrs. Catherine Bush, Miss Fourth SundayAll
liams, all of Perrine, Florida. Beatrice Rolle, Mr. Richard
Stewardess Board No. 1 of Gibson. Mrs, Eva Lawrencehas
Observes Sixteenth Hearst Chapel Methodist returned home after roads will lead toGreater full duty in making a report.
Invitations are being sent
Bethel AME Church on the
spending more than six monthsat
Church sponsored a Banquet
Woman's Homestead with her aunt. fourth Sunday, Oct. 26. The out to the many men's clubsof
Day Friday night at the Sweden
the county requesting their
be men's day-
occasion will
Our get-well wishes to all
House Mrs. Lula C lea viand go for this most out-
in it. From presence
the sick. without a woman
was chairman of the affair
all indications, Brother Mc: standing affair. Among these

: ::::::::::::::::::::::::::r::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::;:;::::::::;:::::mimmimmmmmmmmi:: : ::;:;: : : : : :...:...:..;.:.;.:...: Millan, the general chairman, clubs are church clubs, fra-
:fr'------------: : will steer his men over the ternal clubs, civic clubs and
1:::1:1: Mt. Zion To CelebrateWomen's ::1:1:1:::: top far beyond any previous many other groups of men.
effort that the men of the All will wear special identification -
@= j1j!!j
t 1.. Day Observance church have ever made label cards with club.
r f ngoc Rev. T. S. Johnson, the dy- Shown above are Willie
syr Sunday, Oct. 19, Mt. Zion Dr. Doris Johnson, a min- namic pastor of the church, is Green (in 'center), one of the
Baptist Church will celebrateits ister without portfolio in the
co-chairmen. Along with him
confident that the men will doa ,
women's observance.Mrs. cabinet of the Progressive -
day
present tremendous Job and is beam- left to right, are George Fol-
Dora Wright as- Liberal Party Gov-
an chair of souvenir
ing with satisfaction over the son, man
sistant principal in the Dade ernment and a Senator in Nas- booklet and IsraelArmstrong
efforts of the many captains.He ,
County school system, has sau, will be our guest speakerat knows that no women will decoration chairman.The out-
been selected as chairman.Her the 11 am services.A .
for both
be on the program, but he standing speakers
unique"know-how"talent for has organizational banquet, in honor of Dr. is expecting every woman as morning and night services,
Johnson, will be held at the well as every man to do his will be announced later.
enabled her to do a superb Job
in correaling the women of the Holiday Inn in Miami Springs

MAEDON BULLARD HELEN MITCHELLwith church. This created the Saturday the Women's evening Day observanceat preceedlng; NEW BETHEL NEW HOPE M. B.

Sunday, The ladies will ob- us.We are inviting all our proper atmosphere for plan- 7 p.m. The public is invit-
serve their 16th Annual Wo- friends to come out and fellow- ning and working together suc- ed. Reservations should be Rev. Ernest Williams, pastor

man's Day. Theme"Christian ship with us. Mrs.Helen Mitc- cessfully.Her co-chairman. made by Oct. 12 by calling the Alice Harris,reporter Elaine Rev. W.E.Simspastor Gilbert, reporterOn
Mrs.
Womans Chrusade for Christ,' hell general chairman, Mr s.Lelia' ,
following Mrs. Inell
Margaree Johnson, is equally persons: Sunday is the crowning of
Mrs. Maedon Bullard will be Williams co-chairman,
enthusiastic about the plans Hunter, 634-6847; MissGeorgia little Miss New Bethel at 4:00 the second Sunday in Oct.
the morning speaker. And at Mrs. Dorothy Gibsonasst' co-
3 o'clock Rev. A.M.Championand chairman.Rev. and development of the annual McMahon, 758-4517; Mrs. p.m. The White Rose Gospel The pastor's aid will celebrate

member from Mt.Hur- J.B. Garmon,pastor observance. Mary Willingham, 635-1049. singers shall be our guest that their anniversary both morn-
man AME Church will worship Mrs. Helen Miller, reporter afternoon. Come out and help ing and night, we urge all
to make this endeavor antici- members and friends to please
MT. TABOR MT. CARMEL pate success. plan to attend Sis Annie L.

\ Open Door Observes MT.: AARON There will be a night in Nas- Stephen is president.
Rev. J. Hendon,pastor Rev. D. A. Bradley, pastor sau on Saturday night at 7168 The pastor urges all mem-
Laity SundayThe Wilhelmina Sands reporter Louise McGriff, reporterThe NW 16th Ave. from 8:00: p.m. bers of the vt various clubs to
Ushers' Board No. 1 will No.. 1 Ushers' Board until. Donatin 50$.Thank you. attend their regular weekly
Church of the Open Door observe their 47th anniversary will have their annual Calen- Sis. Alice Harris. meeting along with Bible class
will observe Laity Sunday at Sunday at 3 p.m. The pub- dar Tea Sunday at Bonded on The 3rd Sunday morning a and prayer meeting each
the 11 a.m.services. Lay participants lic is invited to attend. 7th Ave., from 3:30: 5 p.m. immediately after service,we Thursday night ,at 8:00: p.m.
in the service will The pastor is asking all aux- Refreshments will be served. shall render service for the On Oct. 24, at 8:00 p.m. the
be Mr. Clifford Matthews, iliary presidents to bring their The Deaconess will have a Silver tone, at Metropoltian No. 1 choir will have a musical
principal of Holmes Elemen- ; 1 calendar for the year 69 70 Tea on the third Sunday at A.M.E. ChurchDeaconGE program at the church Someof
tary School, Cheryl King, a the regular monthly meet- the home of Sis Lillian Mack, Luckie is the sponsor of the the outstanding choirs of the
senior at Edison Sr. High ..' ing on Monday, Oct. 13 at 8 6307 NW 14th Ct. in behalf of program. Dinner free. cities will appear on this program
School and Mrs. Margaret G. : """ '" p.m.Nathaniel Women's Day, youare invited. A mong us Rev.Thomas Tay- come and bring that
Green, head of the mathe- ",,' '' Norwood, chair- There will also be a tea at the lor is at home. Let us visit our friend. So plan now to attend.
matics department of North man of Men's Day, is askingall home of Sis. Irma D..Boswellfor sick please. The husband of
Dade Jr. High School. "" ..,, men to meet Thursday, at the No. 1 Choir. Sis. Brown is at Christian EBENEZER
' The choir will be under the ... 7:30 p.m. in the conferenceroom On the third Sunday the No. Hospital.

direction of Mr. William S. .,, ,,. .. of the church, business 1 Ushers' Board will have a .. Rev. A. D. Hall, pastor
r Johnson music teacher at ,, ,,. of vital importance. E. Ingram reporter
.. .fiiti!.... Tea at the home of Bro. and ,
Southwest Sr. High School. Dinners are still being sold Sis. Wiggins, 9411 Little River NEW KINGDOM Sunday, the observance of
Mrs. Green will be the morn- Rev. 0. L. Sample,pastor Saturday at the church. Please Blvd., you are also invited. Laymen's Day, with the lay-
ing speaker. This year's call to place your orders on There will be a contest on Rev. J. Torrence, pastor men participating in the ser-
theme of the church Crisis The public is invited to help Monday Friday from 9 a.m. Friday night :at the church between Ossle Harris, reporterThe vices throughout the day. Mr.
to the Nation." The public is us celebrate our pastor's first to 4 p.m. on Saturday from 8:30 Bro. Oscar Robinsonand James E. Martin charge lay
cordially invited. anniversary program: Monday a.m. to 2 p.m. 693-0820. Sis. Betty Siggers against Second Sunday in Oct. leader of the church will be
Rev. Harold D. Long, is Oct., 13, the Rev C, H. Smith Deacon Willie 'Johnson is Sis. Mammie L. Williams and the deconess and mother board presiding at the morning services -
pastor and Annette McNeal, and Greater, New Bethlehem; still in Jackson Hospital, Sis. Nancy Williams Come will be giving a Guest Day, Dr. C. Dade Pearson,
reporter. Tuesday, Oct. 14,Rev.D.Cook pray for him and other sick and hear these great singers Rev, Nickerson and his con- Miami district lay leader, will
CHRISTIAN and Jordan Grove;Wednesday, and shut-In members. gregation from Mt.Oliver will bring the morning message.
Oct. 14, Rev. Roscoe Jackson, be In charge of service. The evening speaker will be
FELLOWSHIP and New Macedonia; Thurs- CHRISTIAN SCIENCE"Are GREATERNEW The fourth Sunday in Oct. Mrs. Allene V. Taylor. The
Rev. P. S. Brown, pastorM. day, Oct. 16, Rev. Otis Wil- BETHEL the trustee board will be givinga public Is Invited to share the
L. Nixon, reporter liams and Christian M.B.C.; Sin, Disease, and Building Day Fund. Rev. day at Ebenezer. The theme
There will be a sale at the Friday, Oct.17, Bishop Eman-' Death real?" is the subject of; Alice Rev. W. K. Smith, pator Hickmond and his congre- for the day, "Proved by Action -
home of Bro. Willie Farmer, uel Rahmlng and Bible Church the lesson-sermon to be read S. Irving, reporter gation from Sunrise will be ."
010 1244 NW 71st St., Friday, Oct. of God; and Sunday, Oct. 19, this Sunday in all Christian The men are looking for- guest speaker. Steward Boards 1, 2 and 3
10. The public is invited. 3 p.m. Rev. Theodore Gibson Science Churches ward to their annual day on the Monday night after the third ,will be in charge class
Sunday is reporting day for and Christ Episcopal Church The title of the discussionover fourth Sunday in. this month. Sunday in October there will be meeting Tuesday.
all members who were born in Accompaning guest, Rev. J. radio station WMBM at All members are asked to cooperate -. five night of preaching, Rev
months of May and June. Sis. Lowder. 1:45 p.m. Sunday on the"Bible with the candy sale. Dicken from Macon Ga.,will be UNION GROVERev

Mary Nixon- your captain and Speaks \to you" program is, The souvenir committee is our guest speaker. R. Smith, pastorWe
\ Sis. Mildred Francis co-cap- "How ;Expansive is Your asking all members to pay are beginning our revival -
tain are asking you to contactthem FRIENDSHIP Lover their fees. DeaconJohnAkins, on Oct. 13,the pastor and
chairman
and
Bro. Charles
Ij, and pay your assessments Rev. J. E. Jenkins,pastor Flfth'church Christ, Hinsey is cochairman.You ANTIOCH members are inviting you to
,
early. Ruby Lee Carr, reporter Scientist, 1600 NW 54th St., come out.and Join us in this

Come to the fall tea givenby We will have a week of fellowship welcomes., all. are invited to a tea in Rev. P.W, Wiggins, pastor great meeting. Our speakerwill
the adult ushers' board I starting Oct. 13 19. (Jol the church dining room Sun Dinette D. Cobb be Rev. I. Johns OlD, of
I Sunday from 4-6 p.m., at: The Ushers' in charge on the PETER'S. 0. A. day in behalf of men's day. Nashville, Georgia.
j 3242 NW 49th Street.CHRISTIAN 13th, with Rev.Samuel Atkin- y Mrs. Catherine Jackson will Remember to attend B.T.U.

son and Mt. Calvary and con- A Record Hop will be held be the guest speaker Deacon meeting every Sunday afternoon ST.. LUKE

VALLEY gregation in charge; Wednes- Saturday, Oct. 11 at 7:30 p.m. Sam Jackson, is the sponsor. at 5:30 p.m. Rev. P. W.Williams,pastor
day, Oct. 15, Mission Dept, Remember to bring a friendor You are invited to a tea at Prayer meeting for the en- Kathleen Streeter reporterThe
Elder A. Ford, pastor Rev. C. J. Burney and New two., Refreshments will be the church Saturday night in tire church is held every Tues. women will, present

Bjondie} Higgins,reporterT Providence. ; Thursday, Oct. on sale.. behalf of group captain, ElderJ. at 8:00 p.m. their annual women's day program
h_'r e will be preaching 16, No. 1 Choir with a musi- The women's day programis Jones. Missionary Laura The #2 choir will sponsor a Sunday. A wonderful
service this Friday night. cal program; Sunday, Oct. 19, in the making Mrs. An- Tnurman will be the guest Musical Extravanganzaon program has been planned for
Eld r*.Butler.and congregation Rev. Paul Freeman speakerfor tonette McPhee, chairman,. speaker. Friday, Oct. 10, at 8:00 your spiritual enjoyment.
will be in charge. the a.m. and Mrs. Sallie and Mrs. Anna McPhee is cochairman p.m. Various groups will be Women's day committee is
Orf this Sunday afternoon Carline speaker for the women The Male Chorus Is cele- performing. held every Wednesday at 7
there will be a musical program In the p.m. The chairmen are Father C. 1'. Cooper, rec- brating their 14th anniversary All youths are urge attend p.m. all committee membersare
featuring the sons of expecting all friends to be tor and Elizabeth Bain, reporter Oct. 19 at 3 p.m. You are Jr. Church every Saturday at asked to be present and on
j faith at 8 p.m. present. invited. 4:00: p.m. time.

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THE MIAMI TIMES, Friday, October 10, 1969 25

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Chapel FIRST BAPTIST OF NEW MACEDONIA

CelebratesWomen's BROWNSVILLE
F Rev. Roscoe Jackson, pastor
Rev. WM Davis, pastor Willie J. Beard, reporterOn
Day The Young people Department Thursday night the young

,..,.... ..--. will present one act co- Women Auxiliary will spon-
r medy "On Our Way To Slab-
f. sor "Twelve Keys to God's
town District "
Convention, Resources." This will beheldat
October 23, 1969 at 7:30 p.m.
the church at 8 p.m.
A box upper will follow.
On Sunday after noon, the
We have participants from
Young Women will sponsor
various churches and the Macedonia's first Mock Men's
music will be
renderedby Day. The speaker will be Deacon -
Greater New Macedonia
Bap- Willie B, Williams. Both
tist Church Choir #2. of these and other affairs are

On October 19, the pastor in be half of women's day.
and church will
"" worship with
Women's day meeting will
t' the New Hope Baptist Church, be held Monday night after the
Pahokee
,: The General, Florida Missionary So- second Sunday.

:1:1 'f ciety will On Sunday night, Brother
,' --iI. : begin its Anniversary Ray Crume and the Miami
t October.22 thru 26, 1969, Zion-Tones and other groupsof .

..1 be delivered by the Rev.Al- the city will appear in a w
bury, pastor of Mt. Sinai Baptist musical program at the '
I. Church, Miami, Florida. church. R Ii'.iII. ..

t = and Please shut-ins.remember our sick .

ST. JAMES A.M.E. 1JIII8, ,, .. _....:,_ ;'..: -:

NEW SHILOH Bishops of three Christian communions gathered for this photograph ...
Rev. S. L. Gay, pastor
Rev. A.M. Griffin, )pastor Nellie Saunders,reporter taken at the All African Conference of Churches Assembly September 1-12 in

F Sis. Ella Elam, reporterThe Stewardess Board No. 2 will Abidjan, Ivory Coast. They represent the United Methodist, Anglican and

Pastor's Aid Board will observe their anniversary Roman Catholic Churches, ,though at "Abidjan 69," as one observer wrote ,
be celebrating their First Anniversary Sunday, Oct. 12 at 3:30 p.m.
"
"differences do what did brotherhood of
Rev. David Williams will be not matter; matter was true man.
afternoon
3:00 p.m. Rev.Sunday Foster of First at the speaker On the left is Bishop Abel T.. Muzorewa, episcopal 'leader of the Rhodesia

Baptist Church in Brownville Sunday is "Budget Day" let Area of the United Methodist Church.

will be the speaker.The Elam us remember our obligation.

sisters will render the music The Samsonite Board invites ZION HOPE REVIVALA NEW MT. MORIAH
along with various solos. you to their annual

The Melltones Gospel sing- "Hawiian Luau" on Sunday Rev. Paul Freeman, pastor revival is now in progressat Rev. A. L. Shipp, pastor

ers will be here the third Sun night after service atthehomeof Bessie Williams, reporterThe the 79th Street Baptist Evelyn Souter, reporter

day night in,behalf of the No. Mr. and Mrs. L, Wright, chairmen and women Church, 2275 NW 79th St., Ushers' Board No.Z will begin -
,,2 Choir. 6651 NW 17th Avenue. would like to thank all who from Oct 5-12 starting nightlyat celebrating their anni-

I SALLIE CARLINE Junior Church is Saturday at The young people district helped them in any aspectto 7:30 p.m. versary this Friday at 8 p.m.

5: 00 p.m. All Junior choir meeting will be held at the make their 11th Women's Day; There will be Bible preach- with a musical program and
members and Junior Ushersare church Saturday, Oct 11, MissS. a great success. ing and gospel hymn singing. will climax Sunday at 3 p.m.

asked to please be presentand Cooper, presiding. Sis. Marie FreemanChalrman -, Theme: "Christ Proclaimed." with Rev. Douglas Cook,

I on time. The pastor is asking for a SIs Vera M Johnson,, Dr. Lewis Naples is the evangelist pastor of Jordan Grove Bap-
The No. 1 and No. 2 Choir special church conferenceto Co-Chairman and Mr. Clinton Miller tist Church delivering the

will have a dinner sale all day be held Tuesday night. Oct. Oct. 14 Imme- is song leader.A message. The public is invited -
Tuesday, ,
.
Saturday at the home of Sis lola 14 at 7:30 p.m.JORDAN. meet- nursery will be providedfor
diately following prayer
Our Men's Day will be the
Turner, 866 NW 77th St. ing, choir No. 1 and 2, Usher your children. fourth Sunday.
GROVE 1 and 2 and the The public is invited.
Board No. Juniors Please pray for Sis. A. Ga-
are sponsoring a programin briel and family in their hour
MT. SINAI Rev. Douglas Cook,pastor behalf of the pastor's anniversary UNION GROVE of bereavement, Patricia Gil-

Eddie Gilbert, reporterThe The public is invited liam who is in Jackson Hos- .t
Rev. Cleo Albury, Jr., pastor pastor is asking the Ito take part. Rev. R. Smith, pastor pital.

B. Boney, reporter church to accompany him on The pastor's aid club will The Union Grove Missio- Our deaconess will be in

this Friday night worship meet Sunday at the home of nary Baptist Church located at charge of prayer service this
The youth of the church will with the Rev. King and congregation Sis Annie Williams, 1629 NW 2907 NW 62nd St. are begin- Thursday at St John Baptist

be in charge of the worship at Opa-locka. The No. 45th St. ning their Soul stirring Revi- Church. Rev. T.Johnson,pas
services Sunday morning 2 Choir and No 1 Ushes' val on Oct. 131969.The Pastor tor.

Ii LUCILLE SIMMS 11 a.m. Board are asked to please and members are Inviting you
It's sing splration time Sun- ST.. MARY'S
I serve. to come out and Join them. It
day night andtheUsher'sChorus The men will observe their Stuart will be conducted by Rev.I. CELEBRATES
Rev. H. V. pastor
is in charge. 11th a nnual Men's Daypro- Adele McCray, reporterThe Johnson of Nashville, Ga. ANNIVERSARYChoir
The FellowshipClubwill gram Sunday, Oct. 12,Theme: We will hold our Baptizing
and Means will
meet Friday night Oct. 10, "Let Man Consult God Ways #2 will celebrating
Every services Oct. 12 1969.
meet at the church at 430: p,m. their Thirty-Six Anniversary
also thesoul-winnlngcom-
in all His Undertakings.
.& :Ii} mittee at 8:00: p.m. Morning speaker is Rev.Rog- Sunday. The president is ask- Friday, October 17, 1969,at
{ all members to be
i j The ThanksgivingCom- ers of South Miami, evening ing pres- DRAKE 8:00 p.m. and Sunday, October
mittee asks if you know Individuals speaker is Rev. Tanner of St.Mary's ent.Please 19, 1969 at 3:30 p.m.
who need some assistance Baptist Church. don't forget the din- Rev. J. W. Dunn, )pastor Please come out and enjoyall
ner sales every Saturday at N. T. Green reporterThe
the
please submit namesof is invited to help interdenominationschoirs
Everyone the church sponsored by the pastor is asking all from the
families to them. this men's communitythat
witness and make
Sunday School for delivery call members, officers, ushers have been
t Let us pray for our sick and day a great one. Invited St.
shut-ins. 758-1601. and choir members to meet James AME Church.

Visitors are always welcome Our sick and shut-ins are him at Mt. Olivette Baptist Rev. SL Gay,pastor
i GREATER BETHLEHEM Brothers Albert Carey and Wednesday, Oct. 15.
Calvin Adderly and( Sisters The chairmen of the sou-

Rev. C. H. Smith, pastor Catherine Carey, Glady Rob- venir book are asking all THANKFUL BAPTIST
NEW PROVIDENCE Mary Hopkins,reporterThe erts and Ethel Farrington, all members to'have all ads and
-REV. J. E. BROWN all mem- at home. Sister Duncombe is patrons list in no later than
I pastor urges Rev. C.T. Ramsey, pastor
Rev. C. J. Burney,pastor
in Jackson Hospital and Sis. Oct. 18. Give
Arsula Edwards reporterWe bers to help render serviceat your list to Sis- Gail Ramsey,reporterOn
,
will observe our church Mt. Aaron Baptist Church Mena Tynes is in Venitian ters Bennet or Ellis.

anniversary Sunday. There Monday, Oct. 13 at 7:30 p.m. Nursing Home Friday night the Rev. M.

will be plenty of good singingand Rev. Samples, pastor. GRACE PRESBYTERIAN Green will render service

preaching. Everyone is Deacon Taylor,the chair- ST.. MARK BAPTIST here. On Saturday at noon din-
invited. man for men's day ask all ,Rev. W, F Savoy, pastorOn ners will be sold in the dinning

The men will observe their members and auxiliariesto Rev. C.W Wade,'pastor Saturdays, from 10 room.
put forth your best effortsto Doris Spurling, reporterThe 12 noon, we have a combination -
Ninth annual Men's Day Sun-
make our men's day a suc- recreation and bible study Sunday morning at7:00a.m.
day, Oct. 19. They are askingthe cess. Pastor is programed program for the children and baptism will be held.Sunday

cooperation of everyone to The youth wish to thank all go to Allen Chapel Methodist youth. We call it"Jive Time" night at 8:00p.m. our State
make this a success -
help program who participated on their pro- Church on Thursday night Oct. and we want you to send your Rally will climax.

and gram. Special thanks to our 9th, he's asking the entire children to this activity.,
Bible class ser-
prayer
at 5 speakers Beverly Championand conjugation to please go. With This Sunday is Laymen's
vice Tuesday a.m.
every Joe Thomas. No. 1 and( No. 2 choirs. Let us Sunday, our speaker will be NEW COVENANT

Sis. Wilena Smith is on our continue to pray for our sick Miss Barbara Jantzi, a school
MT. OLIVETTERev. sick list. and shut-ins. teacher at Kelsey pharr Ele-

', ......'/ ..-dM-.-. ,' The directors is asking all mentary School. Rev. Howard 0. Robinson,
George W. Warren, Jr choirs members to pleasebe pastor

MRS. EMMA BELL pastor GREATER on time Sunday. MT. CALVARY Betty Hill, reporterThe
Norma J. Lawerence,
We are inviting you all to attend reporter BETHEL A.ME. Rev. S. Atchison, pastor Public is invited to the

( our third women's day Sunday Oct 12th will begin The Daughters of Allen Club FREE MOUNT TEMPLEThe Phyllis Beal, reporter remaining portion of our soul

observance Sunday, October our pastors instillation ser- Invites you to attend its Third Aid Mission prayer saving Revival, which will end

12 at our 11 a.m.services.All v i Ice s. The instillation ser- Annual Musical Fall Tea on band( anniversary will be held Unity Day is Sunday October on Friday Oct. 10. Rev. W.E.
roads lead to Brown's Chapel! vices will come to its climaxon Sunday, October 19, from 4:00 at the Free Mount Temple 12. The Rev. J.E. Jenkins of I Sims of New Hope Missionary

on this Sunday. The morning Oct. 19, 1969. p.m. to 6:00 p.m.lathe church Baptist Church, 3131 NW 69th Friendship will be our morn- Baptist Church is our guest,

speaker will be Mrs. Sally We are making plans for our auditorium, 245 NW 8th Street. St. Services will begin at 8 ing speaker and the Rev. J.W.I'I speaker. Services begin
Car line. The evening speaker Church anniversary to beheldthe Outstanding talents the Stepherson of Ant loch will deliver 'I 8:00 p.m. Let us all come out
will be Mrs. Lucille Slmms. third Sunday in November. greater Miami area and our p.m.There will be refreshments the 3:00 sermon. 'I and have a wonderful time In

Anyone not know his or her church will appear on the pro- served after service on Sunday Please pray for the sick and Regular weekly activities wi
Chairman is Mrs. Emma Don't miss itl! will resume schedule next
acaptain pleasecontactthechurch gram. along with Georgia bar-b-que. the shutin.Prayer.,
Bell, and co-chairman Mrs. secretary Mrs. SelmaT. Rev. T.S. Johnson, pastor The Rev. J. W. Lowder, meeting every week We urge you to pray to*
Willie Mae White, Rev. J. E. Ward. Theresa Clark, president founder and director. Thursday night. World Peace.Browns .
Brown is the pastor.


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I Fernandez Opposes, Christie in Commission, Race I ,!: ;

Dade County, and a v 1 n g admired Mrs. [J' !
fI '
Former Miami I Municipal and knowing the work '
\ '\' member of the Civil
Judge Carlos B. Fernandez : Commission of the done I am ready tosit
has qualified for the Miami to her and tackle the most
City Commission,Group No., Florida. and pressing pro- .''.;,,1:

opposing IrwinCl1ristie.JudgeFernande Judge Fernandez is which the City faces. I
;,stated that the City old, married and I will be able to assist her .
Commission Is not prepared to children. Served as be eager to do some-
i face the fiscal problems that Judge of the City for for low-income housing,
Your Weekly Horoscope will cripple the City next year and is well acquainted recreational facilities
and that Commissioner Christie problems of all of youngsters and elders,
03-76-54-89-11 1 has not acted with vigor:regarding create
also served as working harmony
October 9 thru October t IS the excessive rents Miami Junior the Latinsandthe
being charged Miami residents ." ,
in 1957.
ARIES (March 21-April 19); Low cycle for most of Commerce \)
week Aries. But chin up, and all that //an. Use this periodto "Miami needs strong lead- (
rest up for things to come. Outside factors may seem ership for the next four years;
to irritate you. Avoid inclination to act on impulse. Week Commissioner C h r 1 s tie has Jeff Rosi Against : j
winds up on key of "C" for change. forgotten what a City is sup- :"
posed to do for its people, he ing solutions." Judge Fernan- ,
TAURUS (April;! 20-May 20)): Get going; early in the has failed to provide InitiativeIn dez Is a former Director of the -- ,
week, Taurus, for the first thret days will be productive. the many areas where It is Dade County Council on Com- Jeff Rosinek, a
After that the week is all down hill.! Sorry about that. But needed and has proven to be munity Relations, the first and history teacher 'I
after all, you can't expect goodies every week you know weak and Inefficient in offer- mixed group to be formed in Gables High School I'I
Try to be faithful, in your fashion. dent of the Young
I.i i I. Ic Club of Dade '
i GEMINI (May 21-June 20)): Emotional involvement is filed for the Miami Ae Y=4f
highlighted in week ahead, Gem. Watch it that you don't mission seat .
commit yourself totally at this time. Remember, "there's held by David Kennedy.In
many a slip twix the cup and the lip" making his

r t ment, Rosinek
CANCER (June 21-July 22): In week ahead Moon. Kennedy "has failed to
child you will attract the gay joyous) people. Welcome sent the people, while k
them and don't let your moods be restrictive. In short, liveit as the voice of the w
up. You have much to offer Moonbaby, so let yourself : iir terest groups in
go. "In his eight

+ LEO (July 23-August 22)): There is no neatly packaged failed commission to produce, Mr. Tiger"H
definition for that emotion which will engulf you programs to solve -
during week ahead Leo, my love. However, Olga wants \
lems of
our city the
of Di
and Board

you to know this: it is good and it is worthy of you. Just
said. "Rather he has
of Coral Gables Jay-
make a noble effort to channel it productively. ,
ed and voted for He has served as Chair

' VIRGO (August 23-September): You won't go it t zoning variances of the Jaycees'Anti-Drug
alone in week ahead Y'irg. Someone, perhaps mate or contrary to the pub II Forum and as
"
close associate will play major/ factor in your day ests. for Scout Troop
activities. Be receptive to this person's ideas and you will 3W "Politics in the City
be in harmony with the thrust of new and exciting plans. f ami Is big business.It who lives at 1512
be. It won't be If I am St., announced that
LIBRA (September 23-October 22): You will recievea "We must look to Campaign Chairman will
message in week ahead, Libra, which may appear a bit now and set definite attorney Louis Jepe-
ambiguous. Take time to figure out true meaning before '+;c provide for growth Jr.and the first campaign
you take action. Only then will you function with authority. or' 1970's through will be opened at
Middle four days are excellent for casting off old, out. __ functional urban NW 7th St.
worn ideas. Your energy cycle will be high at this time. I will push forlnd1vld
I 1,) .. ______ volvement, for only VAN WINKLE
\ SCORPIO (October 23-November' 21)): Partnershipor i3a the participation of all PLAYHOUSE
marriage,may.be a bit strained in week ahe-ad"Scorp. zens can Miami great A merican clas- i>
Keep your hiking boots handy, just in case. Avoid any toe- meaningful and Rip Van Winkle, opens a "
to-toe confrontations with this person. Energy will surgeon munity." holidaY' matinee ""' ,
last four days of week. Go pogo. Rosinek, 28 is Saturday, Oct. 18 at ;
his high school faculty at North Miami play-
SAGITTARIUS (November 22-December 21)): Messages Florida is their home state and Willie Wells, cipal of the Temple .
and contracts are highlighted in week ahead. Army E3 PFC from Miami, can't wait to get backto ligious School, y lng the lead role Is J' \
Pressures will no doubt build. Hold yourself In check it. Willie, whose wife, Viola, and son, Willie sponsor of the Coral Jacksonville, ac-
emotionally. Do a bit of quiet probing as far as motives High SChoolKey Kerekes, now resid-
of close associate are concerned. Energy begins to returnon Wells, Jr., 3, live at 1860 NW 74th St., is, recuperating Youth for Good 12820 NE 11th Ave., N. I
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, CAPRICORN (December 22-January 19): Quiet recreation worker Pamela Combs, graduate student cator of the Year. Van Winkle, Is a full
+1 week, Cap, as far as personal affairs are concerned. You He Is a member of featuring the music
will, however, be given several choices involving respon from Indiana University, is the daughter Dr. and League of Greater and Garfunkel. This
sibility. Mull over carefully before arriving at any deci Mrs. Willie Everett Combs of Tallahassee. Dade County whole family enter:
sions. Make your point thru passive resistance. In the longrun cutive Committee, the .
this will always get Cap what Cap wants.
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AQUARIUS (January 20-February 18):. Toke theinitiative
in week ahead, Aquarius, as far as any legal or Let Your
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I Fernandez Opposes Christie in Commission Race I I

Dade County, and also was a "Having admired Mrs.
Former Miami Municipal il!", member of the Civil Rights Range and knowing the work
I Judge Carlos B. Fernandez Commission of the State of shw has done I am ready to sit
has qualified for the Miami next to her and tackle the most
Florida.
f\ City Commission,Group No.4, immediate and pressing pro-
I 1 opposing Christie.Judge Judge Fernandez is 48 years blems which the City faces. I
S Fernandez stated that the City old, married and has four know Iwillbeabletoassisther
Commission is not preps red to children. Served as Municipal and will be eager to do some-
\i face the fiscal problems: that Judge of the City for 7 years thing for low-income housing,
Your Weekly Horoscope will cripple the City next year and is well acquainted with the better recreational facilities

I and that Commissioner Chris- problems of all of Miami. He for our youngsters and elders,
03-76-54-89- tie has not acted with vigor regarding also served as President of the and to create working harmony
the excessive rents Chamber of between the Latinsandthe
October 9 thru October IS Miami junior
being charged Mia ml residents Commerce in 1957. Blacks."
ARIES (March 27.Apri/19)/ : Low cycle for most or* .
,week Aries. But chin up, and all that Jan. Use this.periodto "Miami needs strong lead-
rest up for things to come. Outside factors may seem ership for the next four years; Rosinek Files I
to irritate you. Avoid inclination to act on impulse. Week Commissioner Christiehas Jeff Against

winds up on key of "C" for change. forgotten what a City is sup- !
posed to do for its people, he Ing solutions." Judge Fernan- Dave Kennedy
TAURUS (April;! 20-Moy 20)): Get going early in the has failed to provide initiativein dez is a former Director of the
week Taurus for the first thru days will be productive.' the many areas where it is Dade County Council on Com- Jeff Rosinek, a governmentand
After that the week is all down hill. Sorry about that. But needed and has proven to be munity Relations, the first history teacher at Coral T r
after all/, you can't expect goodies every week you know. weak and inefficient in offer- mixed group to be formed in Gables High School and presi- I II'
Try to be faithful, in your fashion. dent of the Young Democratic l- T

(r. Club of Dad County, today
\, GEMINI (May 21-June 20)): Emotional involvement is filed for the Miami CityCom- Ij
highlighted in week ahead, Gem. Watch it that you don't mission seat currently being j
commit yourself totally at this time. Remember "there's held by David Kennedy.
many a slip twix the cup and the lip." In making his announce-
ment, R o sin e k charged that
1 CANCER (June 21-July 22): In week ahead Moon Kennedy "has failed to represent I'I'I
child/ you will attract the gay (joyous) people. Welcome the people, while servingas :.;
them and don't let your moods be restrictive. In short, live e the voice of the special interest I
it up. You have much to offer Moonbaby so let yourselfgo. 1 groups in Miami."

"In his eight years on the 1111t.
commission, Mr. Kennedyhas
c LEO (July 23-August 22): There is no neatly pack failed to produceeffectiveprograms
aged definition for that emotion which will engulf you dp'r- { to solve the problems -
during week ahead Leo, my love. However Olga wants of Rosineksaid. the \
our city, Bay Club, and Board of Directors -
to know this it is good and it is worthy of Just
you : you. '
t "Rather he has introduced of Coral Gables Jay- :
make a noble effort to channel it productively.
and voted for hundreds 0 f cees. He has served as Chairman I
Ali f
fb
1 P rF variances that were of the
zoning
Jaycees'Anti-Drug
VIRGO (August 23-September 22): You won't go it
to the inter- :
contrary public and Narcotics Forum and as
alone in week ahead Virg. Someone perhaps mate or
close associate will play major factor in your day 4 e'gyd ests." Scoutmaster for Scout Troop ,;
activities. Be receptive to this person's ideas and will t "Politics in the City of Mi- 64.
you lR.
d ami is big business.It should'tbe. Rosinek, who lives at 1512W. I
be !in harmony with the thrust of new and exciting plans. <
i It won't be if I am elected." Flagler St., announced that
LIBRA (September 23-October 22)): You will recievea L "We must look to the future his Campaign Chairman will
now and set definite goals to be MiamiattorneyLouisJepe-
message in week ahead Libra, which may appear a bit
ambiguous. Take time to fiqure out true meaning before provide for growth in the way, Jr.and the first campaign I
you take action. Only then will you function with authority. 1970's through proper and headquarters will be opened at j
Middle four days are excellent for casting off old outworn functional urban planning. I 2901 NW 7th St. \
'
ideas. Your energy cycle will be high at this time. will push individualin-
,b volvement, for- only through. RIP VAN WINKLE- "

SCORPIO (October 23-November 21)): Partnershipor 3 the participation of all its citizens AT PLAYHOUSEThe t
marriage maybe a bit strained in week ahead,.Scorp. can Miami become a great Americanclas- I
Keep your hiking boots handy lust in case. Avoid any toe- meaningful and vital community sic, Rip Van Winkle, opens a .
." fall and holiday matinee' "
to-toe confrontations with this person. Energy will surgeon
last four days of week. Go pogo. Rosinek, 28 is president of series, Saturday, Oct. 18 at
his high school faculty, Prin- 2 p.m. at North Miami playhouse
SAGITTARIUS (November 22-December 21)): Mes- Florida is their home state and Willie Wells, cipal of the Temple Judea Religious .
sages and contracts are highlighted in week ahead. Army E3 PFC from Miami, can't wait to get backto School, organizer and Playing the lead role is '"

Pressures will no doubt build. Hold yourself in check it. Willie, whose wife, Viola, and son, Willie sponsor of the Coral Gables well-known Jacksonville, actor -
emotionally. Do a bit of quiet probing as far as motives High School .Key Club and Dick Kerekes, now resid-
Wells Jr. 3 live 1860 NW 74th St. is
of close associate are concerned. Energy begins to return at recupera- Youth for Good Governmentand ing at 12820 NE 11th Ave., N.
on last two days of week. Be slightly wicked. ting in Beach Pavilion Hospital, Brooke Medical has twice been chosen as Miami. Ruth Foreman's

Army Center, San Antonio I Texas. Red Cross the Outstanding Young Edu- sparkling and new adaptationof
CAPRICORN (December 22-January 19): Quiet recreation worker Pamela Combs, graduate student cator of the Year. Rip Van Winkle, Is a full
,c week, Cap, as far as personal affairs are concerned. You He is a member of the Urban musical featuring the musicof
:, will however, be given several choices involving responsibility from Indiana University, is the daughter of Dr. and League of Greater Miami, the Simon and Garfunkel. Thisis
Mull/ over carefully before arriving at any deci Mrs. Willie Everett Combs of Tallahassee. Dade County Democratic Exe- truly whole family 'enter
sions. Make your point thru passive resistance. In the longrun cutive Committee the Tiger tainment.
this will always get Cap what Cap wants. BB1BBBBBIBIIBBIHBBBIBBBBBBLet


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initiative in week ahead Aquarius as far as any legal or Your
BoyOPERATE
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then get them signed before week ends. Punctuate tire
routine with a small orgy. '
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PISCES (February 19-March 20): First three days ct '";"";'\,
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New Football Classic Makes 'w'i' r ;,j:1j:;

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i The Central Florida Clas- nament at Jekyll Island,Geor- Wildcats and Clarence Heggs, k4' ,a '" I

sic football game sponsoredby gia; National fraternities; a halfback will,see action with If f z

the Bethune-Cookman Col- Florida Alumni Chapters; the Thoroughbreds. Both athletes (

lege Alumni Association Sat- politicians, airlines; restau- are from Jones High
urday, at 8 p.m. at the Tang- rant chains and insurance School.

erine Bowl with the B-CC companies.A '
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Wildcats of Daytona Beach highlight of the weekendwill The weekend of activities ,,
facing the Kentucky State College be the coronation cere- will begin Friday, October 10 : i,

I Thoroughbreds of Frank- monies of Miss Alumna 1969-. at 5 p.m. Hospitality Hourin It T 'A 1'IMMwnxMm.m"x
fort has all the indications ofa 70 in the Chantilly Room at the the Penthouse Suite. Other 1 \

sellout according to Dr. Statler Hilton Hotel. Vying for activities are Coronation
,
Johnny Jones, national alumni the coveted title are Mrs. Ceremoites, "Miss Alumna" n+ Ti- P ''c" '

president from Miami. Edith Honeywell; Mrs.Daphne Chantilly Room at 8:15 p.m.; r'r M _
The Wildcats 'coached by Porter, Mrs. Catherine Ful- 10 p.m. Hospitality Rooms

Jack McClairen will be seek- lins, Mrs. GwendolynHoward, open. Oct. 11-8 a.m. Na-

ing revenge from Kentuckywho Mrs. Alice Akins, Mrs. Lo- tional Alumni Association '

defeated them last season retta Mannings, Mrs. Patricia Breakfast meeting; 12 Cen- r ,:
by an extra point ((20-19)). The Pin e Be tt, and Mrs. Flora tral Florida Classic Parade; ,
classic which will be a weekend Faulkner. 3 5 Hospitality Hour; 7:30 _

$ f). of gala festivities has attracted p.m. Pregame show, Tang-
President Nixon enjoyed the action in the Miami DolphinsOaklandRaiders
national sponsors Each team will display local erine bowl; 8 p.m. Central
r which Include Frontier Golf gridder, Ricardo Flagler, Florida Classic Football game pro game Oct. 4 in the City of Miami's Orange Bowl. Here Nixon

Club's Southeast Open Tour- a split end with the B-CC Tangerine bowl; and 10:30: comments on a play to his friend Bebe Robozo, shown applauding. At left isa

p.m. Central Florida Classic, Secret Service agent. The President was spending the weekend at his Key

victory ball, exposition hall; Biscayne retreat and took time to see the American Football League contest
Oct 12 8 a.m. alumni fel- ,
lowship breakfast. which ended 2020. Miami-Metro Dept. of Publicity & Tourism photo.

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"MYTIME"


a Rattlers Sting South Carolina 27-7 ;




1' TV PHIL DIXON Play Alabama SaturdayTALLAHASSEE

A ._---...
.yo.o. As gether and from that point on Lovett's boot for the point of the Bulldogs goal at the 2.

would Florida A&M Head Coach Jake it was all Florida A&M." after sailed wide to the right, Runs by fullback James
don'tbelieve itl! Who
If anyone says, "I told you so, national Gaither looks back on his Rat- South Carolina's touchdowncame FAMU trailed 7-6. Owens and Ginn got the ball to
would take the league
have thought the "Mets" pen- tlers' 27-7 win over South after a scoreless first But Ginn wasn't through the 10 where Ginn took in the
if take it all! Just remember
nant? Don't be surprised they ,
The Rattler defense held and six
Carolina State Saturday nighthe quarter when sophomore rest of the way. breaking
walked the And don't forgetthe
this Is the a man on moon
year sees the Bulldog's first quarterback Steve engineered turned the ball over to the offense ackcles in the process. Lovett'spat
Scruggs -
it but John "Mr. Pres"
and to
Jets the Celtics Ihate say ; ,
score as turning point in the a 55-yard scoring 49 yards away from pay- made the score, 20-7,'
Wilson and the other members of the Spacesetters gave me a .
dirt. It took Just six playsln. FAMU.
game. march
highlighted by timely
sneak preview of the new room (upstairs) they are openingthis
"We were little cluding a five yard scoring Edwards scored the
having a passing and crushing runningby final TD
week and all I can is that it is almost fabulous! For
; say trouble getting ourselves together Hubert Ginn. The Rattlers burst by Ginn, to put coachGaither's of the game from the one afteran
this one, the fellows have gone all out.I like the new room so '
," he said,"and our de- drove to the Bulldogs one yard charges in front to interference call againstS.
Into after
much, Fm trying to talk the fellows doing a special
thing on Friday and Saturday nights and Sunday afternoon fense was not operating as it line where Ginn bulled over stay. This time Lovett's point C. State had given,FAMU
game would have been.In fact it after kick was good and FA MU the ball
was the
k i. for the members of the "Fifth Downers" and "Arm- for apparent score. The on one with first..
chair Quarterback" club members. This week we will just so much so until they scoreda play was called back,however, led 13-7 at the' half. and goal. t
touchdown on us. But I think the Rattlers were guilty of The third' quarter was an- Ginn and defensive monsterman
have to go with what ever they Come jp wily for us. 'las
that was the best thing that illegal procedure. Ginn did a other scoreless 'duel but the Raymond Wilcox were Ii

Believe it or not,the Dolphins are still trying to win a game. could've happened to our boys. repeat, this time from six Rattlers came back with an- named offensive defensive
Oakland could and should have won the game; but they forgot "We pulled ourselves to- yards out and after Horace other pair of TDs in the final players of the week by the

that (1) Miami was home; (2)) Miami is starving for a victory frame. Rattler coaching staff. Wilcox

(3)) And that Miami does not have to look for the next week. Off Season Job Program For Setting up shop on the FA MU racked up eight unassisted
The Dolphins will win a few games; but it will not be becauseof 45, Scruggs connected on pas tackles and assisted on nine

a tremendous offense. Unless you have playedfootball, you Baseball PlayersIt ses of 17 yards to Ginn, 12 to others to merit his honor.
don't know what it is to have a hole close on you; but unless you Glen Edwards and nine to Kent The Rattlers' next outing
announced that nor ity Consultants (AAMC) .
'+ are an exceptional runner, when the hole closes, you will only was an Schoolfield to bring the ,Rat- will be at normal, Ala., Sat-
agreement had been reached will also be active in this
gain a few. Every team in the league knows to plug the middlea pro- tlers within striking distance urday against Alabama A&M.
double team the receivers, on different situations. Georgeand between Lloyd Von Blaine, gram.
president of Von Blaine Enterprises
Joe drafted but ------
speed; neither has thought about a pitchout -
flair or screen to none of,1tl! "Rots a ruck Dolphins." Inc., public and
: Breaking out the old crystal ball again, I've come up with community' relations firm,and BE A WINNERGREYHOUND
Monte Irvin assistant direc-
the following: (the score to date high schools, 22-8 (.733); ,
tor of relations and
colleges, 8-4 (.667); pros, 21-18 (.538). public in the office of promotion the-

HIGH SCHOOLS baseball commissioner

Coral Gables over Killian Looking ahead didn't help that whereby Von Blaine Enter-
much prises will assist in developing

Norland over South Dade The Vikings are looking for that the off season Job programnow
chance. being formalized by the

North Miami over Miami High Poor Stings commissioner's, office. i t:

Northwestern over Hialeah "' Powell didn't come up with a new Mr, Von Blaine states that
wrinkle (close). this program is designed to
Edison over Miami Beach The Raiders are off and running. gainfully' employ the major : I (Post Performance' Summary)

Columbus over Central Another long season. league baseball players in viable
Key West;over Curley A toss-up. Must go with home team promotionsandprograms SUMMER EDITION1969IS
advantage; during their "off season" '
Jackson over Coral Park -'No contest. period. The players have in.. COMING NOVEMBER 5th!

Carol ,City over .Palmetto Too much "Here" and "Mite". dicated a willingness to apply National I
Ratings Records
: .., : '. Running Characteristics of
their talents 'and expertise to
.' ; more than 12,000 greyhounds that have been "'
COLLEGES : such endeavors. racing at : throughout -
,? the United States.
The Image and effectivenessof
Bethune-Cookman for the over: Kentucky State the Cats go.all' out many, firms and programs Many of these dogs will be racing at Miami Beach, Hollywood and
big
one. would :be greatly enhanced Biscayne this winter. The Greyhound has
Florida over Tulane The Gators keep on growling. Racing Form been used
through their involvement in
Tampa over Tulsa The Spoartans Just about got everything this active by Professional Handicappers, Owners, Trainers and Racing Officials .
as
ti together. ticipation program by baseball playerson par- for more than 20.years. There's no other authoritative publica..;.
Florida A&M over Alabama AfcM The Rattlers strike. tion.
behalf of the products and
Miami over LSU Close but the 'Canes still
I ; are looking fora
bowl. programs associated with the Arrong.J |In Alphabetical Order |In Pock.t Sized, Easy..R.od BookU
firms would serve as a morale I
PROFESSIONALS NFL booster and an incentive to develop Includes: POST & QUINIEU STATISTICS For All Wilder' Tracks

AFL Dallas over Atlanta good will from com-

Buffalo over. Boston Baltimore over Philadelphia munities served. He further $ COO Order JVon? $ 00

Cincinnati over New York Minnesota over Chicago stated that the players will 5
San Diego over Miami Cleveland over New Orleans be utilized and assigned to %0F Use This Coupon for Dtri-d Orders

Kansas City over Houston Green Bay over Detroit such community and product ON SALE WHEREVER THE RACING RECORD IS SOLD

Oakland over Denver Los Angeles over San FranciscoNew promotions on a first come, - .. - - - - - - -
York over Pittsburgh first serve basis. Question
St. Louis over Washington naires have been sent to the Greyhound
Racing Record
Box $2.217
.900 baseball Miami Florida 33152
players in orderto '
t determine their availability Enclo.sed find St. : for ,' Greyhound Racing Forms
: Chump of the week; George Wilson I quote, "Over all, and preference.The .
I Bob called a pretty good game;and we worked on our returns." '; .

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Social Security PersonalityRecently


T W promoted toDRTTis vivors. The main goal of the Your Dog

A Mrs.Vlvan King.In case you social security administration
HE Y didn't know DRTT means data is to insure a person receivesthe And YouBY

review technician trainee with maximum benefits he is legally x s

our growing and expanding entitled to receive.
VINCE COOPERMy
t 9 I SEE IT population Social Security Mrs. King is well prepared :

processing must keep pace with I; for her work. For the past
JERRY D
By MITCHELL
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the computer age.As more and three years he worked with dog was in season week A dog will turn on you

more information is being fed the claims representative in ago and we paid to have her trained or not if you let It
I would like to discuss two change, turning In and out of Into machines for our growing developing applications. The bred, after we got her home become the master, by the dog

I, topics this week.The first top.. traffic, and most of all, he is amount of arithmetic more DRT must first understand the she jumped out of the car and becoming the master he must

ic is d r i v e r insurance premiums responsible for the s a f e t y of trained people are needed. claims processingassist In a few minutes had bred againto keep you afraid of him, thus

,i. and secondly, bus ser- the passengers on the bus.Yet, people in establishing their the mutt next door. Shouldwe he is not really turning on you,

vice from the high school he is placed in the same cate- ages, relationships and past destroy the pups? but merely keeping you in line.

games at the Junior college gory as other drivers his age. earnings.Mrs. I The way to overcome this is

stadium.As Also, he is placed under the .King was born in Tallahassee First of all, don't destroythe to put the dog In a position

far as drivers are con- same point evaluation system Florida but left our pups no matter what the where he will have to obey or

cerned, it seems to be a cry- that can Jeopardiza his right to capital at an early age to come breeding, someone can love a fight. Most dogs will back down

Ing shame the way insurance work. to Miami. She resides with her mix breed as well as a pure under presore from you, if not,

companies; are allowed to"set husband, Thomas King and breed, secondly, it is quite tie the dog and have it out with
Here two
up" the rate for motorist.Ac- are suggested k adorable little Maria, age possible to come up with pupsIn him then and there.If you can
the state of Florida
cording to the present system changes three. the litter that are pure and not do this, get rid of the dog.
,
should consider
you are herded like cattle into : Mrs. King feels that the spme mixed. Often a litter of Once he finds o u t you are r e

age brackets, without any regards (1) An individuals insurance opening of the Model City So- pups has two'or three fathers.If ally afraid of him, then e* s

as to how many miles premium should determinedby rawr cial Security Office last June the stud dog is very potent going tobe hard to live with.As "-

you travel or possibly your his driving record, and was a greathelptoarea, resi- you will probably have pure far a trained dog turning.

driving record. Fd like for you (2)) Special consideration be dents, "and Mrs. King folks dogs, if not, a pure and mixed you the chances are few and

to take this example of two made in the behave of bus like you were vital to the success litter may occur. none. By training you are
of our operations says showing the dog who's the
,
with almost in
people
nothing
drivers delivery truck driv-
Our dog Hiedi always have
Charles E. Wofford branch master.
,
common, except that both of ers cab drivers or 'Y'"
anyone of the Model City Social large litter but most of them
them drive. else who has to possess a chaf- MRS. VIVIAN KING manager Security office. idle within two weeks, is the P.S.Lost I shepherd female Opa-

First is the little lady, age feur's license for his job. Mrs. King thus serves a vital "Vivian King wecongratulate fault the mothers? locka area answers to name of

fifty, who drives her'car oncea Jackson and Northwesternhigh function in this operation.The you on your well deserved More than likely I can trace missy.

week to the grocery store and school students no longer DRT'S Job is to review and advancement. We all wish you the cause to you. Are you Call question and inform to

to church. She covers total of have special MTA buses at prepare the work for the mas- continued achievement." giving her all the vltlmls and Cooper animal service.

five miles for her.labor.Se- their football games taking ter computer. The aim is to The entire staff feels that supplements she required
cond is the bus driver, again place at Juniorcollegestadium. feed all information directly to
Mrs. King is not only very con- during pregnancy? Are you 1
age fifty, who drives our little Bus officials stated that the computer and determine genial but intelligent and building her up months before LENNY'SWEEKLY
lady to and from work. He vandalism how much LUCKY
repeated breakageof money person understanding a pleasure to breeding? Has she beenwormedbeforebreeding
drives the city bus six days a windows has causes the halt should get. So the more information work with. ? REPORT

week for 48 hours of work and of service. fed into the computerthe
The Model City Social Security These are your major,causes Puerto Rico 81-49-59
averages about 500 miles.: faster a person can get his
Jackson's Saturday night Office is located at 5225 of puppy loss, correct these Dog Dart
17-55-64
Now common sense would game left students stranded on money. NW 12th Avenue. The hoursare and many of your troubles are
All over the U.S.A. millions
tell you that the going rate for 27th Avenue. Some of the stu- 8:30 AM to 4:30PM. Mon- over.) .
of people file claims for bene-
the bus driver and the little dents were trying to hitchhike, day through Friday and from
fits. Each case must be individually I have been contemplatingyour
lady should not be the same. although the route 15 bus stops 8:30: AM through 7:30 PM
service for
figured. A person training my
who drives an hour. Thursday for those
The little lady, once evening
receives social security benefits dog. The only hold up is that my
hundred times less miles than who cannot come in during the
When the one and only bus direct proportion to the wife is afraid the dog wUl
the bus driver should have a regular hours.
does arrive, the students lit- amount of his or her earnings, turn on us.

/ lower rate because she is less erally fight to get. on the bus. or, in,the case eta wife,child,
of a risk. But no,that would be
For the poor students who can'tgetontheovercrowedbus widow or other dependant, on
the ideal situation and insurance the worker's earnings. Often Have Your Car Serviced ByMiami's ROOM.OUTFITS( ,

companies: don't like they are left wandering in the social security must calculate
that instead, the little lady Is Community Station ,
.
,streets after midnkht. earnings of someone deceasedwith
placed in the
same categoryasother
little ornohelpfromsur- FOR BUSINESS
middle-aged drivers.As It seems to me that the drop- _. OPEN
outs and street hoodlums are -- "
for the bus driver,his Is causing all the trouble. If the OIC Gulf StationOpen i.! '

totally a different story. He is student body of the high GRAYSON 24 Hour a Day Monday Saturday Your Credit 1 Is Good
probably married and has a schools really wanted tore- BEAUTY SALON WE CARRY OUR

family to support This fact stored bus service to and from (Newly Open) Free Pickup and Delivery OWN ACCOUNTS

bring to our attention that bus their respected schools, they 1778 NW 95th Street WACIOUS OIISCtiL CMHfORsOQKCAIIMIfJ 51

driving is his way of life. The would meet with MTA officials Tel: 696-6560 *
GULF CARDS ACCEPTEDHave
bus driver covers hundred and discuss the situation. One IOAaD. PtWPMLl4 oupoIAMPS.
Special attention to childrenExpert QPM *SS
times more miles than our suggested plan would be for the Your Car Servt'ed While You Ar. at Work MATCMN( OfMttib, ) ,
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CLASSIFIED ADS Red School BANKREPOSSESSIOKS CAR EXPERIENCEDHIGHEST WAX MAN

I 6729 NW 1965 Bonntvi Ho Pontiac PAY

20 WORDS OR LESS $2.00.100 FOR EACH ADDITIONAL :VORD. NA 1- 1966 Gohxle! 500 ForJ SYi Days No Sundays
.
DEADLINE FOR.CLASSIFIED ADS TUESDAY 6 P. M. Come In or Call: Phone: 693-2857
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my home. Pick Mr. Duffle at:, After 3 P. M.
r' FOR SALE FOR SALE FOR RENT 635-1882. National Industrial

Investor's specialCommercial CAROL CITY. 3 bedroom, 2 1852 NW 51st Bank of Miami
building now rented as bath, CBS. Built In kitchen, Large house,newly for working 6013 NW 7th Avenue
grocery store plus adjoining carport, large corner, fenced $40 weekly. $200 a week, any- 759-4321 FONTAINEBLEAU HOTEL
apartment lot. Apartmentsmay yard. FHA terms.l,000down posit. No small children. 55th Ter. 634- LAUNDRY PULLERSAND
be added on top of grocery $140 month Tubin Realtors, Thursday afternoon.
store. Existing building is divided 10035 NW 7th Ave.Phone 758- LOADERSTop
into 2 stores, with sep- 4429. rear cottage, private. in my home NETS $15,000 A YEAR pay .meal
HARDWARE STORE
t arate meters. Excellent buy. utilities 754-0977. Hours
See 1399 NW 61st St. Phone Integrated beauty and wig salon Established I 23 years. 8 a.m. .. 4 p.m.
666-0411 Atlantic and Pacific Excellent wig service and Room in private home. Closes 6 p.m. Absenteeowner.
Apply In personPersonnelOffice
Realtors. wig following. Priced for venient to bus, stores $20,000 handles 10 a.m. to 4 p.m.
quick sale. $2,000. Party Girl churches. Religious Goldmine( for active owner. 4441. Collins Av., Miami Bch.
FHA TERMS Beauty & Wig Salon, 15980 NW single man or woman. Terms Available
CALL 688-6671-$12,000 27th Ave. 691-9718 from 8 a.m. Florida is sev- NATIONAL BUSINESS
6253521.Nv.
2 bedroom, car porch, large ( 7) p.m. 720 NW 48th St. the other BROKERS
fenced yard. Nee $1,000 cash. counseling and 8130 Biscayne Boulevard SEWING MACHINE
Anchell Realty, Realtors SELL FOR FHA VALUATION Furnished apartment in of their alter- Phone: 758-8691 REPAIR SPECIAL
Modern 3 bedroom, 2 bath of house. Free water draft.New party
.), FHA I CBS at NW 92nd St. near 19th $20 week. Furnished striving to reme-
NEW HOME Ave. Huge rooms, big built- 950. 633-3109 751- Draft coun-
3 BEDROOMS, 2 BATHS in kitchen, large seperate gar are now being BANK.. PORTER Clean & Oil

Lovely home, nice area, cus- age, awning windows,air con- HOUSE FOR RENTUnfurnished Sunday afternoon Permanent position i I at our Adjust Tensions 'I
tom built. A family home with ditioner, gas heat. FHA price center for dia- beach location. Dally 4 to Check Wiring
many, many fine features. In $23,000, $1,600 down, $158.67 775 NW 69th 26th St. For in- to midnight 10 a.m., Saturdays Driver's from license 7i30 Adjust Belt .
work, ready approx. Nov. 30. month. Life Realty, Broker 1 year lease with option New Party of required. Excellent employee Delint Machine
Don't miss this tremendous 759-4371. new, CBS 2 bedrooms 1 Please benefits. Call Corporate Personnel Inspect Lubricate Motoi
value. Price $18,500 FHA living room, dining means freedom Department for appoint
(Veterans only$500 down)plus 325 NW 56th Street. Gorgeous chen, jalousied porch, own destiny ment.
small closing charge. For 3 bedrooms, CBS, tile roof, painted, free electric, THE UNITED Phone: 534-9904
others, slightly higher. Drive oak floors, 2 Fla rooms, total hot and cold water. BANKING CROUP
by 1385 NW 77th Street, then price $16,500. Assume exist- no children. $160 per wants efficiency An Equal Opportunity Employei Or 864-4309
633-2336 after
call Fenster Realty, Broker, ing mortgage. No qualifying, First and last months I I RELIABLE SEW-VAC
7598779. downpayment to suit your bud- advance. 685-0813. 445-1961, Ext.262
100 Miracle Mile
get. Don't let this one get away. ...............
INCOME PROPERTY Aetna Realty (Broker) 811 NW Nice room. 696-8719.
2 Buildings on 1 Lot 54th Street. Phone 757-5724. : CHURCH

3 bedroom, 2 bath,CBS,build Open Saturday til noon. BEDROOMS$100 month. l O'CONNOR T. CLARK

ing and other rental propertyon Security 371-1905 or ..............: Creative Engineer and Inventorhas
same lot. 1 bedroom build 5700 NW 4th Ave.3 bedrooms, 3184. 2375 NW 55th
ing in rear Nice location. 3 baths, tile roof, oak floors, made another minor discovery. I will pre-
Price at $24,900. No FHA. sprinkler system, stove, refrigerator FOR RENT serve your income tax and other records
Good down payment. Call for air cond., total Lovely efficiency, no against termites and the wear and tear of
all details, Fenster Realty, price $14,700. No qualifying. $19; 1 bedroom ; time for 30 years on $1.50 plus tax, that includes -
Broker, 759-8779. Bring your down payment and 2 bedroom CBS duplex an 8x12 document.
let's talk terms.Aetna Realty, Deposit Required ?
CORNER LOT (Broker), 8-1 NW 54th Street. References Office hours: daily 9 to 1 p.m.'J to 6 p.m.

,. Washington Park area 50x100. Phone: 757-5724. Open Satur- WEST REALTY 3)V" Monday thru Saturday
Near schools, shopping, etc. day til noon. 2020 NW 62nd St.(Open () ) PAY? 8295 NW 4th AVE MIAMI, FLA.
Nice clean lot. $2500. Readyfor
building. Fenster Realty' 37-39 NW 64th Terrace. Al- Furnished cottage NW
Broker 759-8779. most brand new, 2 bedroom Adults preferred. ?
duplex, total price $21,000. quired. Call after 7 p.m. Make Kg Profits As A
FHA Live in one, let the other pay 9062.
Opa-locka area. Large 3 bed- your mortgage, good terms. Co. Park & NEWSPAPER ADVERTISING
rooms, 1 bath home. In process Call today for details. Aetna Room in private home. Dept. has

of refinishing will be Realty (Broker), 811 NW 54th ing lady only. Apply at openings SALESMAN
ready approx. Nov. Wlllseea Street. Phone: 7575724.Open NW 39th Street. area
I a beautiful home when com- Saturday til noon. Some advertising sales experience necessary.

pleted. Near schools, shopping Room for rent to Salary, commission, drawing account.
r etc. Call us for all Information 6631 NW Miami Place3bed- or elderly man,woman or MANAGERS
Fenster Realty, room, 2 bath, CBS, tile roof, ple. Convenient NW Call Mr. Reeves
Broker 759-8779. oak floors,Florida room,gar- Call 691-7464 for 691-0421

'J age, qualifying,$2,500 dwn,
2 Bedroom,1 bath,nice house. owner will carry mortgage.
$600 down. $75 month 373- This one won't last. Be first! HELP & Recreation

1 7973._ Aetna Realty(Broker),811 NW Earn $100 weekly in W. 32nd Rd., CAREER OPPORTUNITY
54th Street. Phone: 757-5724. sion selling'prestyled ( ) thru Fri.,
Bela 4 door Administrator EOPI Concentrated Employment -
1962_Chevrolet, Open Sat. til noon. and hairpieces from to 4:00 p.m. ,
1 8 cylinder, nyoromauc. Good home or party plan. Program, B., A. plus three years senior
condition. #350. 6913843. NO QUALIFYINGNO 'Wheels,' 274-2881. level administrative experience in Manpower

RED TAPE required. Administration of DOL
1930 NW 54th St. 4 bedrooms programs
corne
Beautiful 3 bedroom, girls needed for sales
funded
preferred.
Salary to 15000.
programs
zoned business.
$11,500. 2 bath CBS, front porch, car-' Come to Lee's Record a
Please do not disturb- .tenants: port, central heat, beautifully 1501 NW 54th St. Preference given Model Cities residents.
1 75897051.Large. kept fenced yard, wall to wall 6 p.m. Thursday Send resume to Personnel I Officer, EOPI,

carpets, stove, air conditioner. 12 noon to 4 p.m. 395 NW 1st Street, Miami, Fla.An .
2 bedroom, asbestoes This beauty is $16,700,
'j shingles panelled Inside. '$4,500 down and $91 month' Lady on pension lor Equal Opportunity EmployerWE
Large kitchen, ,$ 350 down, pays all. Life Realty Broker helper In exchange for
$100 month. Immediate occu- 759-4371 624-3666. and board in nice
pancy. No qualifying. 3031 NW 693-0294.
r ,I.vyw 64th Street. 6420722. AIRWAYS ARE OPENING A GREAT NEW HOTELIN
FHA $450 down. $115 month
KEY BISCAYNE!
pays all. Modern,2 bedroom Wanted. Registered
FHA TERMS CBS. Large fenced yard,close All shifts. Contact Mrs, '. Most The
2901 NW 157th Terrace vant Airline Sonesta Beach HotelWon't
in.TOOin Realtors, 10035 NW : 685-2467.
Family
Large
7th Ave. Phone 758-4429. HIRING of-our
Beautiful 3 bedroom, 2 bath Wanted Laboratory you be part team?

home, Fla. room, large cor- SELL FOR FHA VALUATION gist. Contact Mrs. ARDESSES We are now accepting applications for such
Drive by call Mr. Rowe "
ner. ,
4 bedroom, 2 bath, corner, 685-2467. positions as:
688-6671. CBS with screened in swim- Fly All
41-, Anchell Realty, Inc., Realtors ming pool, jalousie windows, Continents Front Office Clerks Dining Room
built-in kitchen with stove, MADAM KAYA ,
By' owner. Northwest area. 3 gifted spiritualist .
freezer air .
garbage disposal, minimum og
bedrooms, Florida room, conditioned, wall to wall car- and advisor. 53" to S'9 ., Hostess, Housemen, Maids, Porters.
awnings, double garage, con- peting, fenced yard, FHA help. Advice on all to 140 lb.. Good
veniently located.. Beautifully love, marriage, vision, Must
price $18,000, $800 ,down,
Minimum business graduate.. Many Other Positions.
landscaped payment transactions.
$127.54 month. Life Realty, of.a_ foreign
$3,000 down., 757-6507. Broker, 624-3666, 759-4371. find loved ones and lost ,
cles. Guaranteed help. We pay excellent wages, have outstanding benefits
NO QUALIFYING- MOVE IN! succeeds whre others and the best working conditions.

3 bedroom, 2 bath CBS directly CHILDCAREKindergartenNursery failed. She gives you 17th. Please call or write us at:
across from new school at days and lucky numbers. ..appointment
2105 NW 56th St. Freshly 5 days sed oil and lucky can PERSONNEL OFFICE
painted inside and out.Fenced per week. Free pick up and de. the home. From 9 to 9 637-2778 350 OCEAN DHIVEj KEY BISCAYNE

yard. Price and payments to livery. For information call She Is a true .rtll"'!/Emelt JM 3
t be arranged. $1,000 down and,, Mrs. Eva M. Ware, 7588072or God. She helps and for An Equal Opportunity ,Employer
t Mrs. Dorothy Brown 758- Progress
move right In.: Life ,Realty, prayer 688-9178 -
;; Broker 759-4371. 3446. (Sep 26) 7th Avenue. (Oct.

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HELP WANTEDI'm Youth Shot in Fight Teen Charged With 3 1


the Night Supervisor of Counts Of AssaultA 1
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FIRST FEDERAL SAVINGS Over Dice GameA
Custodial Services, Downtown BuildingWe 19-year-old Dade youth to Metro Police. The assaults
was formerly charged Sunday took place In the area from NW
have an opening I for a person to work youth who lost his money dice game broke up In a fist with three counts of rape and 79 and 87th St.and Seventh and
Monday thru Friday from 4:00 p.m. to 12:00 and a fight In a dice game and fight at about 3 p.m.,8.fter one count of attempted rape In 14th Ave.
midnight' and went home to get arms and reinforcements which several of the players a hearing before Justice of the He was also accused of the
from
Saturday 8:00
4:00
a.m. to ended up getting went for weapons,and return Peace Ruth E. Sutton. attemped rape of a sevenyearold
p.m.WE. more of the worst of it last ed. Being held In county Jail girl which occured while
., Thursday outside Miami Roosevelt Dobson, 16of without bound Is Larry D.Clements the child's mother hadgone
Northwestern High School. 1789 NW 68th St., was shot 19, of 801 NW 83 Ter. shopping.
Homicide detectives said aNW twice in the right shoulderand He was turned over to Metro
left hip. He was thoughtto police at the Miami International .
be in serious condition, but airport by his mother HURRY! HURRY!
was treated at Jackson Memorial when the two arrived on a plane
Hospital and released.The from Jacksonville Saturday You con own choice, fully
detectives said Dobsonwas night. rented, 3 and 4 unit, with
f3 MERSO shot when he and Donnell The three counts of rape allegedly only
Foulkes, 17, of 1751 NW 70th occured during the past
TUEvisioag(3sa St., Jumped on Roosevelt Bur- six or seven weeks accordingPTA $2,000 DOWN
r \-}' gess, 18, of 1187 NW 37th St. Terrific Income 'for this
Burgess was reported to have small investment.
wrested caliber revolver
'- a .38
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,
"" from Foulkes and turned it or BUY FROM OWNER!
The Pine Villa Elementary
...0; :.h 'w, ', '1,: $ : Dobson. School will hold PTA meeting,
"ZZ, e. Y Burgess and Dobson an Tuesday, October 14, at 7:00 Call Anytime:
( r seniors at Northwestern p.m. parents andteachersareurged M. Rogers 947-5129
Foulkes is student Miami.
a to be on time. J. Munach 373.5446

5a. > Mw a Jgj 1 ep Dade Junior college. Freddy Bowe Is president.

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OFFER: $5.00 swing with programs such as tile rf, large rear porch, $16,250, $1,350
Good pay and raises based on work choral group, basic education, down, Includes closing COlts, $132 mo. pays all.
knitting, Quilting and various
Steady employmentTwo
DOWNCall others. They were proud to FHACBS. 3 bdrms, 1 bath, large liv rmdin area,
weeks paid vacation send Mrs. Magdalene Dixon to kitch, util rm, crprt, $17,500, $700 dn, $124.57mo.
Uniforms furnished and cleaned the Governors conference in

Pleasant working conditions Tampa, she was accompaniedby FHA-CBS & FRAME. Home & Income. 2 bdrms, 1

Credit UnionRetirement 751-5629 Mrs.Barr,the social worker bath, huge liv rm, din rm, kitch,. sitting rm, Ige
PlanProfitsharing and Miss Larrimore, the 'frnt open prch, corprt, rents $40 wkly, and2 bdrm
NO CREDIT
Senior Citizens nurse. 1 bath apt. & another 1 bdrm, 1 bath apt. Each
REQUIRED The Tanganyikans, the Opa- r.ntlngfor $23 This .
or $20 wkly. is a money makSr.
Free parking locka youth group,is now hold- Must be seen. $22,500, $1,500 down. $185
Please call First Federal's Personnel ing its weekly meetings every mo. paysall.
Saturday, at 3 p.m. at the cen-
Department for further information at 3731997. ALSO: ter. BEAUTIFUL WATER-FRONT.W acre. 4 bdrms.

.. FURNITUHS' Information regarding the 3 baths, 2-cor gar., util rm, Ige Ir, din rm, built-
Thank You, APPLIANCES Senior Citizens, and Youth In kitch, and Fla rm area, tile rf, CBS, tern &
STEREOS Group activities, and upcom- hdwd firs, $32,500, $8,000 down, $193.49 III o.

JOEL MORGAN ing functions may be obtainedby CHURCH SITE. UO'xUO' with 2 bdrm house, in

calling the center, 681- "as-is" condition, excellent location, $12,000.
4683, or by coming by the center
Bay Street W.T. WELLS at 2355 All Baba Avenue. DUPLEX LOT. Strategic corner. Top location.
The regular St. Philips $3,300 cash.

COMPANY Child Orvnortunity Center PTA WE HAVE MANY OTHERS
Cleaners't'1 45 N. W. 54th Street meeting Is scheduled for
\ \ 33127 Thursday, Oct. 16 at 8 p.m.
Miami Florida At this time election of officers
3rd AVENUE ,, ?.
William Johnson, will be held.
PHONE: 319-6121 Owner,'Mgr. King Really, Inc. of Miami

Offers Cleaning and Laundry Service King Size Buy'"IEALTORS 8000 NW 7th

of fine quality,at reasonable, neighborhood pricot. "4 DAY SPECIAL"Fr1 DADE IS OUR COUNTY Ave

Fret pickup and Delivery if Desired KINGDOM.

!, Sat, Mon, Tues. CALL

BRAND NEW 693.2381

AUTO INSURANCE ,..

,Low Low Monthly Premium Payments Rates l;: if- ,.. 1969 AUTOMATICZIGlAG

Immediate SR-22 Filings ;

OFFICE HOURSi < : 1]

,'Mon. Thru Frt. 9t30-7iOO# """ ,f>
Sat.9I30.4s00BROWN ( "
9010 NW '2l"t AVENUECute
REALTY & INSURANCE AGENCY
2 bedroom FHA.
Only $7,000 $250 down.
4740 NW 7th ,Avenue ,.,. ,.....- ,., ,tl,,.. NOW ONLY $100 to vets.
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t 1490 NW 81 STREET
$ 195
,:t "i'. Lovely corner, 2 bedroom, 2 bath, plus Flo room,
0:.: .EAST awnings, built-In range and oven, hardwood firs,
ilP TERMS! no qualifying, $107.50 month pays all.
Do have a mortgageon
you BEAUTIFUL DUPLEX Ill NW 10 STREET

house? 2 bedrooms each side, wall to wall car -

your pet, refrigerator, stove, 3 air conditioners. FHA

terllli.'j
Then your family should be protected t< ,.1 luttonholttMonoarwraning "REPAIR SPECIAL"
against the possibility of your 21 NW 68 TERRACE
hot being around to complete the Satin Stitch UIad dsaa it.Ita M $50 I 3 bedrooms, 2 baths, central heat and 'lair, hard.
payments. We can provide that { > 5 MttMNnQDoming a OMOkWiriMtfot wood floors, beautifully equipped kitchen, only
family security with our Mortgage S,; ?4 hR Teethe. mu. $22,000.
Cancellation Plan. If!something f .ladcTfldcfeflSewi MId-Incline WIT .
should happen to you it guaran- ... Button hnht li lslrlsati nbr .
tees the cash to pay your mortgage MndHwrnnhfStrafeM Com. in or,call for 1381 NW 95 STREET
in full. Or our plan can be used to stitching service In your home Beautiful 3 bedroom, 2 bath, OH lake. Large screened -
establish a permanent addition to .Sews ever tint ____ porch, built-in range and oven. Wonderful area.
your life insurance when the mort-
gage is paid off. For all the details. ,
contact metEdward COME IN OR CALL FOR' CLOSE SATURDAYS AND OPEN SUNDAYS

1 FREE HOME DEMONSTRATION HOMES FOR AS LITTLE AS $100 DOWNWe

E. K. Longsworth specialize in homes for persons being! displaced
Neil R. Corey General Agency: Hanr.ocn 696-9442 in Urban Renewal area, Miami Housing
201 S.W. 27th Avenue : K Projects.. Vets call to see.If you qualify. You're
Miami. Florida 33133 Lite Insurance only a phone call away.
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