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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 17, 1969
Frequency: weekly
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Subjects / Keywords: African Americans -- Newspapers -- Florida   ( lcsh )
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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).
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> A PI 47, No. 8 MIAMI, FLORIDA, FRIDAY, OCTOBER 17, 1969 15



Slays 2 In BarTwo REV. J. E. BROWN


men were killed and a The victims were- identifiedas Hospital, polic said. Rev. James E.

Joyce Thomas, 23, of 501 :.
22 year old woman was Police said the shooting oc-
NW 4th Ave.,and JohnC.Davisin
wounded Tuesday by an unidentified the Brown Dies

his 20s, address unknown. cured at 1240am.as gunman
'rF gunman at the Reno Patricia Robinson, 22, 348 about 24 years old, was
Bar, 823 NW 2nd Ave. Miami NW 7th St. shot in the shoulder leaving the bar. There had In SarasotaRev.
police said there was no ap- was reported in good con- been no arguments, police
parent reason for the shot ing. dition at Jackson Memorial said.
James E. Brown, pas-
tor of Brown's Chapel Baptist
Church, was found dead in his ,I

State NAACP Meet ,To Aid Economic- bed Tuesday morning in Sara
PAPER MISTER? Youngest salesman (or sales- sota. He had a history of heart I I
trouble and apparently died in
woman in the 47-year history of The Miami Times his sleep.

has got to be this 13-month-old vendor. She's Tero- Plight Of Ghetto ResidentsFlorida Rev. Brown observed Wo-
lyn Hunter, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Gladstone men's Day at his church last
Hunter, of 1186 NW 38th St. Only Sunday. He went to Sarasotaon
one thing wrong. NAACP President, Action and Citizen Participation in: Problems of unemployment Monday where he had been
Our circulation manager insiststhat all newspaper Rev. Joel E. Atkins and field ?" homeownership,owner- doing some building construc-
salespeople wear shrts--especially! girls. Johnson director, Marvin Davies an- A workshop entitled: "Voter ship of businesses and im- tion.Rev.
of Miami photo.Harold nounced this week that the Registration plus Voter proving the quality of educa- Brown had been a popular
theme of the 30th annual con Education plus Voter Participation tion in the schools. pastor in Miami for many
vention of the NAACP State equals political Power The branch problem clinic years. He formerly pastoredthe
To GetArrington's Conference of Branches is and action will be led on Fri- will focus on membership New Hope Baptist: Churchon
Braynon "New Strategy for Renewed day afternoon by Mrs. Alma support, financing the NW 15th Ave. at 66th St.
Action." The Convention will Clayton of the Ft. Lauderdale NAACP's work and direct action No funeral arrangementshave
be held at the Parliament Branch. protest. been made at press time.
Housen Orlando Oct. 23-25. Free-. ------------- ---
JudgeshipAttorney On F r i d a y night the
Rev. Kenneth H. Buford, dom awards dinner will be held
first black City Councilman of with our keynote speaker being
Harold L.Braynon Tuskegee, Alabama, Alabama Mrs. Irene H. Smith presi- Tallahassee Stores
will be nominated by Commissioner Field Director, NAACP will dent of New Jersey State Con-
Athalle Ra.ngetofUlthe be the keynote.speaker for the ference of Branches.
vacancy left in Miami Municipal Thursday evening public mass Other topics for discussionand
Court by the death of Henry meeting.Rev. workshops will include: Face Black BoycottThere
Arrington. J. W, :Toomer, state School integration, employ
Commissioner Range said churchwork chairman of Orlando '
she will submit his name to the will"open the "13th An- ment, welfare, rights, federal re won't be a lot of strike is satisfactorily set-
commission at their Oct. 29 nual Churchwork meeting on contracts, job training and law Christmas shopping in Tallahassee tled.
meeting. They are expected to Thursday with the sub-theme and Justice. this year unless local "Get some picket signs,get
approve the Selection ,f'The Church's Role in Fostering The convention is expectedto merchants do something about your neighbors,spend no more
Braynon, a native Miamian w the New Aspirations of draw some 250 delegatesand settling the strike against local money in downtown Tallahassee -
and member of the law firmof Blacks." participants from differ- crate factories by the International ," said Hosea Williams,
Matthews, Braynon and Rev. Robert Gilder, presi- ent areas and will gear a pro- Woodworkers of political activities chairman
Mapp, has offices at 5022 NW dent, Tampa Branch, NAACP gram for getting out the vote, America.Rev. of the SCLC.
Seventh Ave. He received his will preside on Friday overa employment of blacks in all C. K.Steele,local Bap- "Let's have a boycott of
bachelor's and law degrees panel of experts concerning: areas of public life, blacks tist minister and a vice presi- Christmas buying by Negroes
from Howard University, "New Directions of OEO serving on state and county dent of the Southern Christian until the strike is satisfac-

Washington, D. C. .,Awaits Approval What Future for Community boards and commissions. Leadership Conference, cal- tory. ,
Further attention will be led for a boycott of,Christ- The boycott push was the
given to assisting the masses mas buying by blacks until the (continued on page 3)

SCLC Supports Peace Activities

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Atlanta, Ga., Oct. 13 -. Dr. peace. This effort is sponsored This action begins November t
Ralph DavidAbernathy, Pre- by the Vietnam Moratorium 13, with three-day 'f"
sident of the Southern Chris- Committee informal coalition "March
an Against Death" from
I
tian Leadership Conference of organizations and individuals Arlington National Cemetryto D yb,
(SCLC), today announced that opposed to the war. the Capitol In Washington. tat
he and the entire organizationare The first moratorium on Thousands of marchers in S .
supporting and participating October 15 will be followed,if delegations from all 50 States
in nationwide actions, beginning necessary, by two days of will move single-f i l e to represent !
this week, to demandan similar activities in November the ''more than 40,000
immediate end to the war in three in December,and so Americans killed in Vietnam,
Vietnam. on-Increasing the moratoriumone and the Vie to am e s e people,
"The American people have day each month. towns and villages destroyedin
_waited in vain for the Nixon
Dr. Abernathy will lead mo- the war. t t
Administration to recognizethe ratorium activities this week On November 15, march and h
trafic'mistakes of the past and be principal speaker at the rallies will be held in major
and extricate the United States University of Southern California cities. 4 .
from Vietnam," Dr. Abernathy in Los Angeles. Two of the l a r g e s(demon .
said. ""We must now rebuild A total of SCLC Executive strations on November 15 are .. -'
the powerful peace coalition Staff member, Field .Organizers scheduled In Washington and '
which my predecessor, and Board Memberswill San Francisco. Dr. Abernathywill
Dr. Martin Luther King, Jr., be speaking in collegesand be in San Francisco and 'ff'
and SCLC helped create in 19- communities throughout Mrs. King in Washington.For ; :
67. My position Is that we must America.
demand immediate withdrawal They include Mrs. Martin information about
of all our' troops in Vietnam. Luther King, Jr. (an SCLC SCLC's participation in the
The only points to talk about in Board Member) in WashingtonD.C. peace movement, write SCLC
the Paris negotiations are safe ., and Rev. Andrew Young, Department of Information Shack Receives $500 From Independent Life Ins. Co.
passage for our troops and political Hosea Williams, Rev. Jesse 334 Auburn Ave., N.E.,Atlanta -
amnesty or asylum for Jackson, Rev. James Bevel, Ga. 30303.For informationon Commissioner Athalie Range 1 is shown presenting a $500.00 check to ,
those South Vietnamese people Rev. Bernard Lee, Stoney activities in your community Samuel Payne, chairman of the Liberty City Community Theatre Group, Inc. (
who desire it." Cooks, Rev. Walter Fauntroy, on October 15: Vietnam Mo-
Prof ,Wilson and Mrs. Frances Henderson, area ,director of Liberty City EOPIare
ratorium
The new peace offensive Mrs. Dorothy Cotton,and Rev. Committee, Suite
gins this Wednesday, October T.Y, Rogers, Jr. 809,1029 Vermont Ave.,N.W., shown also. The funds were received earlier from local officials of the
.15, in colleges, high schools In November,another major Washington, D.C. 20005. On Independent Life Ins. Co. who expressed a desire to be of assistance in this
and communities across the anti-war effort will take place.It the "March Against Death"andNovemberlSactlvities worthy cause, and who took time to come to the site to deliver it personally.Youth .
nation. Students and citizens' will be coordinated by the : in the area are still trying to make the theatre a reality in the com-
, the war are urged to stay out New Mobilization Committeeto New Mobilization Committeeto munity and it is hoped that other insurance companies and businesses in
of classes and otherwise calla End the War, a n o t h e r nationwide End the War,Suite 900,1029
will follow the and
lead
general example of the Independent Life Insurance
Vermont .
Ave.
moratorium on"business as coalition support ,N.E.,Washington -
,usual" by working that day for by SCLC. D.C, 20005. Company.. $30,000 is needed for the purchase of the building.:

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2 THE MIAMI TIMES Friday, October 17. 1969 _---- .--_


I Robert Sye Cracks Hollywood Publicists Guild

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Hollywood--A month ago, these days forhishobbies: of the drama club andeo-cap- becomes aware. The result is

black publicist Robert J. Sye chess, golf, swimming, pho tain of the football team. In that producers, directors, talent
was handling star clientsas tography. He's avid about golf college, he reported sportsand coordinators and TV mo-
Jim Brown, Lincoln Kllpa- ing and last year won a fourth drama for the school pa- guls respond to the increased
trick and Ena Hartman from an flight ro journey Oakland.Besides per. In between schools,he did demand brought about by good,
office in the living room of his running his pr firm,Eye his military thlng--a Far Eastern solid and effective public re
four-room apartment in midtown also writes poetry and a weekly stint with the Army para lations."

Los Angeles.Now column, "Kaleidoscope troopers from 1951-54. Actress Gall Fisher also
Sye is headquartered in which is syndicated to 127 After graduating from played a major role Sye's fiuiI111n
the prestigious 9000 Sunset newspapers. LACC in 1960, Sye returned to decision to open his own firm.
Building in the center of the Texas. For the next three "During an interview with her
film-entertainment capital. .f<.. ...'. years, Sye too worked night in her Beveraly Hills home,it
.
Why did he do it? 'I and day. He entertainment became starkly evident to me

"I saw a need and filled it," '. editor with the Forward Timesin that there was a real need fora
Sye says. Houston by day anda columnist topflight black pr firm," Sye
"I felt there was a gap that ("A Sye in the Night")after says. "There was not any such \

had to be broached because too dark with the Houston Post, agency functioning, really, in
many fine black talents were a white paper. the industry."
not properly represented in In the fall of963,he returned indicated in
"Miss Fisher
to California and went into
both the black and white me-
the course of the interview that ?
dia." .i seclusion to complete anovel,
His company, R.J. Sye and "We, The Unforgiven." Then she had once desired engagea 11 \1 1.
But the man
Associates, recently becamethe from 1966-68, he worked as a black pr man.
without
first black-owned feature writer with San Franclso's she approached was
public the1I1dustrv11o '
credentials acceptable to
respected SunReporter. \1
relations firm to beaccre- the end,she had to '.-....._....._.-.."........_.... ---_.
Eventuallyhewaspro-
ditation of Sye & Associateswas "
firm.
something of a coup for moted to editor. He feels there has been a Say "pants"; say "knit"; and you've said a
Bob Sye. The move ended a He Joined the'LosAngelesSentinel misconception in the past by lot about fashion '69. The knitted pants outfit of

longstanding policy of the Publicists -. ROBERT J. SYE in 1968 and as enter- actor--white and black--that a Creslan acrylic fiber has a great deal going for it:
tainment editor
was
owned Guild to exclude soul- Success was a long time for all pictorial and responsible editorial blac pr firm would not have the careful coordination of bright-striped top with
agencies. Sye's guild coming for bearded, dapper the key to all media. solid the carefully-shaped width of the
Heists Guild to exclude soul- content in his section. He pants;
Robert and the founder "This is untrue Robert
Sye as ,
73. interviewed and photographedthe trousers the two-piece look of the one-piece
of ; top.
and chairman of Hollywood'sfirst Sye declares. "Because our
"We are unionized and fully real black pr firm ad- stars in Hollywood andhis unique position,and because of By Aileen.
staffed Robert interest in the world of films
Eye 'ob-
mits: "I've really paid my our experience and talent, the
"We offer and personalities grew by gro-
serves. our clients "
dues. white media has to a large de-

and marketing research national, publicity Sye grew up partly Dallas, metric proportions.While he was with. the Sen- gree availed Itself to us." Miami TimesAds Don't Cost
promotion on a as
Tex., where his father owns Because R.J. Sye&Asso- J
well local tinel, Sye worked on special
as level.
his own upholstery business. ciates has proven that it They Pay
projects for such showbiz luminaries
Besides Brown, Kilpatrickand The business is thriving now, as Jim Brown,Clara- ,reaches the nation,Sye says the
but it wasn't always that firm now handles'clients of all
Miss Hartman, Sye & Associates way. Ward and Gail Fisher. His
also h a n die 1 s Glynn remembers his family beingso growth as a publicist had be- genetic and economic shades,
Turman, Fred Williamson, hungry that he and his dad, gun. Finally he decided to individually and corporately.He .
Cookie Gilchrist and others. Anderson Sye, went out and launched his own company. steps into his white Lin- ?
And the company is moving into caught robins for dinner. "My decision came after a coln Continental As he roars

corporate public relations. When he was 13, RobertSye vacation In the Bahamas whereI off to the studiosSyerem1nds NUSLI ACTION 1
Nolan Davis,former staff cor- moved to Los Angeles, wherehe suddently realized that there Hollywood: GE6YMlalf
respondent with Newsweek in attended the city's Dorsey was a great disparity in the publicity "We are black in color, but .. ESlfi ti11ACE![ Senior
Angeles, has Joined the High School and later Los Angeles of, for example,Sidney our business in opaque."

firm as associate. City College. In high Portier and Glynn Turman," CitizensOR
Robert Sye rarely finds time school, he was vice presidentSUBSCRIPTON Sye recalls.
-- "Portier's material was
--- -- --- Ho fcplfiniff THOSE
1I being acceptedby journalists
I ORDER primarily'because it was being i PHYSICALLYDISABLED
disseminated by the studios.
Miami Times "Turman, who played the it fit &M
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I Miami, Florida 33W j jt Ruby Dee in the "Peyton
Place series, was relatively CheckingAccounts
unknown to most editors be- '
Enclosed please find the of' $5.00
I sum cause the studios didn't see fit REPAIRSITEREO
I j to cover the cost of a one year subscription to publicize him asanIndividual.

Consequently, he was left NO CHARGE FOR CHECKSNO
I to the Miami Times. 1
out. MINIMUM BALANCE
I "I'm saying that Turman is NO SERVICE CHARGE
I Moil To
Pope really talented, a tremendous :
I If{ old or over
I Add,... talent, and there are other you are 65years disabled
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tremendously talented black / or physically

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cost is only 15< for
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their dollar value is
,
No
Let Your Boy less small.and their opportunity is monthly minimum service balance required.To charge. .

"Ergo, I felt that I could ,account simply
provide for these open your
exposure call, write or come in to any
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aware of the individual's talent IWRNTlJRf thePEOPLES

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I Ht MIAMI TIMES, Friday, October 17.- 1969 3

Being quite upset by these disclosures, Times' Managing paid for by the taxpayers to refuse membership to one of these
Editor Garth Reeves placed a call to Sgt. Don Printz, presi- taxpayers because of race or religion.
FROM WHERE I SIT ,
dent of the PBA. Mr. Reeves reported in an editorial on Oc-
BY BILL tober 3 that Sgt. Printz seemed quite pleased In informing him After Judge Arrington's threatened action,the commission,
McBRIDE that the reason there are no black members in the PBA was' evidently acting upon recommendation of the City Attorney,
because the constitution calls for "Caucasian males only." ruled that no organization renting from the City of Miami

To date, we have heard nothing from Police Chief Garmireor could exclude otherwise eligible applicants from membership
PBA Must End because of race. The yacht club complied with the ruling and
the City Commission, three of whom are seeking reelectionnext
D> Judge Arrington became its first black member.
month.It .
I Racist Policies From where I sit this decision is certainly applicable to the \
could well be that neither the Chief or the Commissionhave Miami PBA, and do hereby strongly recommend that the com-
........... taken any action in this matter because the PBA is sup- mission order the PBA to either strike the"caucausian maleonly"
. nature. posedly a non-profit organization and a separate entity. clause from its constitution or face eviction from the
Webster defines benevolence as being of a charitable
not falling under their jurisdiction.May .
premises at the Justice Building immediately.
. then It goes on to define charity as Christian love for God
we invite the attention of the Commission to the fact that
and men and leniency in judging others. the PBAoperates a canteen(for profit) in the Mia mi Municipal As pointed out in our October 3 editorial,it might be well for
These definitions hardly fit the Miami Police Benevolent Justice building located at 1145 NW 11th Street, which incidentally all Miamians to take note of the fact that in a number of major
Association which, through its Klan type constitution,restrictsIts belongs to Miami taxpayers' both black and white. cities across the country there is a rising hostility between
membership to "caucausian males only." black and white policemen. We do not wish this sitution to
We were not able to acertain whether this space is donatedor come into our police department. But if these undercur-
The barring of blacks from the Miami PBA came out Into rented to the PBA However, rented or donated, we rents of racism are allowed to exist, these antagonisms are
the open In the September 27 issue of the Times when we pub- ,strongly feel that it Is wrong for the commission to allow the bound to come to the surface sooner or later.
lished a letter to the editor from one of our readers. The let- use of facilities paid for by the taxpayers by an organizationwhich During the last two weeks I have heard many discussionson
ter also pointed to the absence of black officers from the Intelligence excludes otherwise eligible citizens from membership this matter in the black community in which the same

Squad and the Internal Security Department of the because of race. question always seemed to pop up: "Can a Miami Policemanwho
Miami Police Department. If our memory serves us correctly, president for this type is racist enough to bar blacks from his organization ad-
case was set when, after being denied membership in the Mi- minister equal justice to the black man on the street?"
. A copy of this letter was also addressed to each member of ami Yacht Club because he was a black man, the late Judge Maybe Sgt. Printz Chief Garmire, the City Commission

the Miami City Commission. Hence,it is only logical for us to Henry Arrington threatened to file suit on the grounds that it the Dade County- Community Relations Board can answer this
.assume that they are aware of this racist situation. was illegal for any organization renting space and/or facilities question I can't!


Chuck Hall Testimonial. Dinner Saturday"The :r

Great One" himself or Chuck Hall at his Testimonial Hall has hosted hundreds of
Dinner. similar functions in Dade ,
Jackie Gleason---will be the \
Number 1 guest when 1,000 Gleason, a close friend,will County during his 14 years as
be at the head table with Mayor, a Member of the Dade County r
Floridians gather attheDeau- Hall. The dinner guests have Commission and as Mayor,but
ville Hotel, Saturday, October been promised a fun-filled this event will mark the first

18, to honor Dade County May- evening. time such an affair has been
held in his honor.
Dinner Committee Chair-
man Robert M. Morgan said
Tallahassee Stores Face
that Gleason's appearance is
only one of the many treats the
Black Boycott. committee has in store for the
guests at the $100 a plate
Continued from page 1 function.In .

latest in a series of moves by same thing we've done in addition to the local
striking blacks who are demanding Charleston. Get out in the guests, planes will fly groups
10 per cent pay increases streets day and night and from other parts of Florida to
and improved work- march." Miami for the event. 1
ing conditions at the Elberta It's time the black man in Hall,51, was first elected to
Crate and Box Co. Tallahassee got a full day's the Dade County Commissionin
wage for a full day's work," 1956. He served until the of-
Williams, active in the hos- Williams,said. "It's time he fice of Mayor was created and
pital workers strike in Char- stood up and said to himself: won that, taking office Febru-
iThe
leston, S.C., earlier this year Fm black and poor but I am ary 11, 1964 and was reelected Not A Woman In It

said, "You've got to do the somebody. without opposition in May -
church needs men," because they are very certainthat In the picture above: will be
as far as the outstanding found officers, captains and
is the big theme of Men's Dayat
program goes-there's not a just hard-working men of the
FOR THE FINEST HOUSING ACCOMMODATIONSAT Greater Bethel A ME Church woman in it. church cooperating to put the

MODERATE RATES CALL on Sunday, Oct. 26. But men's The morning speaker is an effort over the top. They are:

day also has a slogan which is outstanding former pastor of left to right, Dennie Smith,
Greater Bethel and will be an- Wilcox, Willie Green,Rudolph:
the real rallying point for the
BONDED nounced in next week's issue. McMillan, Timothy Savage,
of the church. This slo-
men Three Mack
very youngandenergetic Barkley, Andrew
gan Is- "Not a woman in it." men have been selectedby Lemon, John Goldsmith, Ed-

On this great Sunday,women the church as Its men's ward Cherry, Adams, Marvin
RENTAL will be allowed to attend, and day leaders. They are: Manuel, Israel Armstrong,

are cordially, invited to do so, Rudolph McMillan, general Robinson, Willie Cone, E.
however, the men will permit chairman and Willie Green Robinson, Barr, Eddie Shorter -
AGENCY them only to lend their finan- and Jerome Trapp as co- Buster McFadden and A.
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New CRB Chairman Challenges MEDGER EVER5 ASSASSINATED ,'

r Community MALCOLM XDRMARTN ASSASSINATED

1 The following are comments by Henry King Stanford on be- / LUTHER KING ASSASSINATED ,,',' I
ing installed as chairman of the Community Relations Board ADAM CLAYTON POWELL EXPELLED FROM CONGRESS ",
Oct. 13 1969.
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As I accept this important, even awesome civic responsibility SroKELY.CARMICHAEL, AWAITING ; ; )
may I invite you to Join me in paying tribute to the for RAP BROWN TRIAL ", /) j
mer chairmen of the Community Relations Board who have led /LED" .. : Z.t.:
it to such a high level of accomplishment. Bishop Carroll, ELDRIDGE CLEAVER } ,
Bishop Duncan, Rabbi Narot, and Senator Cain- we are all HUEY NEWTOND000YSEALF IN ML "
grateful for your leadership.We IN ciA/I. : .1
are grateful also to Mr. Robert Simms, executive director '"
and his staff for their able day-to-day administrationof ROBERT WILLIAMS- AWAITIHG TRIAL :

the policies adopted by the board. CASS/US' CLAY AWAITING TRIAL ; ,, ,t< <
Now, lest someone interpret these tributes as meaning that "
this session and future sessions of the Community Relations
Board will be nothing more than "feel good" meetings, I
Because A New Consciousness?
hasten to emphasize the matter, briefly here, but more extensively They Encouraged <.
later, about which I have been thinking.I speak of
R attitude, in two relationships.
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There is first, the attitude we maintain toward each otheras
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citizens of Metropolitan Dade County. The Community Re-
lations Board will seek by whatever means available to it to r I o e
sensitize the citizens of the community to their fellow man's
aspirations to make the American dream come alive in his i To Be Equal
life The injustices and Inequalities in our community must be 4 ..
sensed, and acted upon, by the "haves" so as to improve the (
lot of the "have nots." by Whitney M. Young Jr.
The first step in this process of attitudinal development is Executive Director National Urban League By Booker T. Hayes
to work hard to salvage the word "black" from the semantic
disparagement as well as the emotional uneasiness from A Tribute To A Friend And NeighborA
which it suffers in the language and feelings of the majority. :Israel's Lessions For AmericaThe
Here I am speaking to the white suburbanite who believes that, portion of this community in which Hive is emerged in a
by locating his home outside of the inner city, he has escapedthe people of Israel come from nations of every corn- period of genuine and respectful mourning. This response has
city's problems. While he may have escaped momentarily, er of the globe, and a short walk in the streets of Tel been motivated by the passing of a friend and neighbor, John
his exodus takes on the nature of a flight from reality, a reality Aviv brings the visitor into contact with people of all McCray. Anyone having known John, as he was affectionatelycalled
which now is beginning to dog his every step. colors Blue-eyed blondes and 'dark-skinned' people mix is equally sharing this immense feeling of helplessness -
The problems of our community are not divisible into an- freely withouf'the hysterical color-consciousness, we find a in the fulfillment of this predetermined fate.We get this
tiseptic compartments from which,no infection spreads to the mong too many Americans. feeling not because of our fears of what lie beyond, but due to
adjoining areas of spaciousness ,and comfort. We are all, Their common bond is, of course, that they are all the emptiness such a loss creates.
black and white, advantaged and disadvantaged,caught up In Jews. But we are all Americans, and we would do well to
the web of d e s tin y that insists that the solutions to the problems emulate the Israelis in removing color as a barrier a- It has been my priviledge to live next door to this man for
we suffer in common must be approached in common. mong people. seventeen years, in this period of time have seen his children
The common approach is made easier when we examine, and Tolerance toward Arabs also surprised me. One would grow into adulthood and venture out into the world. His influence -
reject, the attitude that somehow, illogically, emotionally,almost think that a nation surrounded by hostile Arab states whose on my children is reflected in their esteem for him,
inexplicably, "black" is regarded as ob objectionable.I guerillas inflict daily casualties on troops and civilians and he helped celebrate their births. I consider my children
said in a talk I made several years,ago: would develop deep hatred for the enemy. honored for having known a gentleman of John's character.His .
Given this state of human nature, when men often respondto But it is not so, generally. A top Army general explained presence and thoughtfulness created a feeling of security.
the drives and instincts of a subhuman past, what practical it to me. "I don't want my children to hate," he
application can we make of brotherhood? I have a down-to- said. "If you teach a child to hate Arabs, you are teach- I am taking the priviledge of writing this column because
earth suggestion. As you go on disliking your fellow man, by ing him to fear them, for the two are linked, and I don't John McCray was not the type of man you would embarass by
all means try to dislike him for the right reasons. We can want my children to learn fear." Think of the energiesand expressing gratitude for a favor or thoughtful act committed.
hardly restrain our contempt! for dishonesty, perfidy, immor- lives that are wasted on such fear and hatred here in When his actions made it necessary for you to make a verbal

ality, conceit, and a variety of ungrac ious and ugly traits. Per- AmericalThe response to some of his many good deeds, he accepted with a
sonalities 'are bound to clash. Competition provokes animos- subject came up again when I met Israel's brilliant wave of his hand. He became so Involved with the children of
ities. When we feel wronged, it Is extremely difficult, nearly and charming ,Prime Minister, Mrs. Golda Meir. An the neighborhood, they sometimes mistakenly referred tohimas
Impossible, for most of us to turn the other cheek. American suggested ,to her that Arabs, were lazy and Incapable "John." He found no displeasure in this, because his per-
But don't dislike your fellow man for the wrong reasons: of, learning modern techniques --the same lies sonality demanded an equal response from all who knew him,
that he is a Jew, a Negro, a Cuban, a Gentile, a Catholic, or that many people assert about Negroes.Mrs. one of friendliness and concern.
a Protestant.Yet MeIr was visibly annoyed, but she answered ,in a
ill will, based upon something so superficial as a dif very lady-like way that no, you can't say a people are I don't think there is a lawn in the immediate vicinity John
ferent skin color or a different religious commitment, is sure- lazy. It's a matter of opportunity and education, she,said, has not cut at least once in a friendly gesture, and he was
ly the most Illogical of all the prejudices we can muster. I and she told of the efforts Israel is making to motivate its not a professional yardman.
am saying, simply, that what a man is, is what counts. There- Arab population and open new opportunities for them. In
fore, dislike him if you have to,but for what he is, and not for her own quiet way, she exploded the myths and generali- Before his illness became apparent, he was constantly
how he looks or worships.The zations that are part and parcel of racist thought. giving his time and energy in the form of assistance on any
second attitude I wish to explore Just as briefly is the Israel also has some concrete lessons for us. Its agri- project undertaken by his neighbors. He was the type of per-
one we adopt toward the Community Relations Board itself. cultural cooperatives might be used as example for solving son you would describe when giving a discription of the kind
Because of the highminded purpose of the Board and the suc- the problems of the rural South. of person you would like to,have living next door. I feel our
cess the Board has had in dealing with certain community I visited a moyshev, a cooperative agricultural community.The neighborhood has lost a real example of brotherhood with the
problems, I sense a growing tendency on the part of some government gave each member a house and farmland.The passing of John McCray,but Ibelleve our community is richer
citizens and organizations to become complacent In the know- cooperative buys equipment for use by the private farm- as a result of his memory.He was not the type to stand up and
,ledge that the board is always available. Too often they singa ers and markets their goods. All have an equal voice in the preach, but you always knew where he stood on the important
song of irresponsibility, changing the words so that the old government of the community.As Issues. He was not a tall or big man in statue but his willing-
refrain is "Let the Board do it." mechanization makes more and more farm laborers ness to help others made him stand among the tallest of men.
It is dangerous for our community toregardthe Board onlyas Jobless in our rural areas, it might make sense to considera I don't feel I can offer a better description of this friend, this
an emergency squad, a group of fire-fighting volunteers, similar development here. Federal land grants, coupled neighbor, than to say that in my opinion he was a man's man.
to whom citizens turn for assistance in ,moments of great with cooperative organization, could keep people out of big ". --
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'combustion, but rather results from long time smoldering.The Israel is also dotted with new cities. Planners carefully | SUBSCRIPTION ORDER I
Board simply cannot do the job for all citizens and all arranged for the settlement fo new Immigrants in new towns. Womi 1
other organizations no matter how ambitious or noble its plans I visited one, Kyriat Gat, on the edge of the Negev. It's a I I Times I
and prposes. Again, the solution of community problems in bustling community, specially designed to IrJt'egl-rr.ate, new- 6530 NW 15th Avenue
the area of human relations rests on the shoulders of our entire comers into Israeli life a'e I l Miami, Florida 331- 7 I I
citizenry, both as individuals and as oganizations. I can If a small country can do this, why can't we, with our I I
assure you that the board will do its job; but the total job will vast open spaces, plan for new towns to absorb our grow- 1
I Enclosed'please
not be done, unless you do yours, too. ing population? We have more money, more planners, more find the sum of $5.00 I
I accept this responsibility with the confidence that thereis industry than Israel has. But they are experimenting, whilewe I to cover )he cost of a one year subscription
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in human nature a tinder of good will and compassion which are stuck in a rut. Why? I to the Miami; Times.
the spark of reason and fair play may ignite. This is the kind Perhaps the answer lies in the pioneering spirit, the na- I 1 I 1
of'conflagration11 would like to see in our community, a burn- tion-building spirit of adventure that was once so strong in I Moil
ing desire to right wrongs and improve conditions, so that the America, but now seems smothered by affluence and social Paper To I I
phrase "feel good" may be applied, not cynically to describe disinterest. If Israel has anything to teach us, it may be that I Address I
efforts that may be regarded as something lessthan, effective, this spirit must be recaptured, and that our resources '
but rather to describe a genuine, pervasive community state must be used to develop our own human potentials to createan L CIt,- ., _, ZIp Co
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: Bayard RustinSpeaks M Why The Black Consumer i





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From the year 1619 to the year 1969,350 years exactly, 3- nation, equally taxed, equally legislated, less represented and

Nature Nature or Nonsense? 1/2 centuries fraught with the Black man's struggle to free least benefitted. Man cannot live by bread alone and the bread
himself from the bonds of slavery, inequality,racism and pre- the Blacks need is not made of wheat.
judice. The landings on Plymouth Rock to the Moon Rock encompass We would suostitute the word and meaning or integration for
What Is Intelligence? How Is it
It be
producedAndhow can
in between many conquests that have witnessed the equally and opportunity all socio-economic endeavors.
measured? These are of interest to
questions social
special solution and successes of man's once Impossible dreams from Blacks people are tired of being" House" economically and
scientists whose Job it is to try to provide us with precise, the stone age to the spaceage.Anasslmilation of the best want the opportunity to be in the field on their own. This calls
quantifiable answers, and they are also of general interest to brains for white assistance with is form of
the world over and the unlimited billions of dollars have nostringsattachedasit a
all those who are curious abov '! nature of human
le development developed a nuclear age to help in this resolve.No reparation due the blacks for 3-1/2 centuries of servitude and
Historically the debate has been between
those who be-
such taxation without true All the efforts and
assemblage or financing has been deployed to solve representation. protests
lieve that the
most
important factor determining individual's the problems ills of the human raceparticularly as it pertains in behalf of such goals are still palliative and ineffectiveIn
intelligence is his natural, genetic endowment. The opposingside to the inequities visited upon the largest minority.man's atotalSense.Ma ny moreprobesfromnew and diverse
has emphasized the supreme importance of such environ-' inhumanity to man. angles must be launched to gain the goals we seek.
mental factors as social class, family rearing,and the qualityof
Much has been said about the deprivations of the Black man
schooling.This and his contribution under severe and adverse circumstancesto Many organizations of national repute that were once passiveare

the basic development and total progress ofAmerica and the now becoming militantly active.We agree and support this
nature-nurture debate is no doubt intellectually stimulating world. To repeat it would be to engage in an exercise of redun- new concept. These newly announced policies are not threats,

and social scientists will continue to publish studies dancy. Too little, much to little, has been done, thereby resulting no more than the U.J.A.,American Jewish Congress and other
defending one side or the other. But there are times when the in a symphony of circumlocution. ethnic groups organized for their survival and recognition.The

debates takes on an ugly racial character. One race is claimedto Tokenism and racism have run rampant in an effort to ap- newly formed Black Consumer Association will operate under

be inherently superior(Hitler's Aryans is one such example) peaseor abort the rising tide of stark militancy Blacks are the the same creed.

or another Is "proven"tobe inherently inferior.I do not thinkit largest minority contribution to the economic progress of this The moment of truth is at hand T h e r must be a show of
at all coincidental that America such theories tend to appear hands for or against.The books in the past have been closed to

during periods of Intense racial conflict Around the turn Blacks In all fields and the keeper of the records will be called

of the century, when the legal structure of segregation was upon to open them for an accounting as to employment, racial

being solidified In the South, numerous "studies" appeared, attitudes, opportunities for ad vane e ment,trainingproduct -
such as Robert W. Shufeldt's The Negro, a Menace to America Black ProfilesOf quality and distribution as it relates to the Black minority.

Civilization, which rationalized popular racist attitudes. This is why the Black Consumer Association is formed and our
Today when the consciousness of racial distinctions is un- aims, objectives and principles are outlined in our creed.
usually intense and there is growing racial antagonism in the | CourageBy

society, the question is once again being debated of whether BLACK CONSUMER ASSOCIATION
Negroes are inherently inferior to whites. Lou LuTour

1., The BCA is organized for the sole purpose of Informing-

in the through advertising, for the benefit of the Black Consumer, the
which
The focus of the debate is a study appeared Robert H. DeCoy of Los Angeles, California often referred -
Harvard Educational Review almost a year ago. It was writtenby to corporate structure, hiring policy,promotional opportunities,
controversial historian
as author lect-
playwright,
contribution(both past and present) toprogressof economic
Arthur Jensen and it purported to prove, on the basis of and who has to
the those who
urer one courage challenge
intelligence to ab- equality for Black people, and the quality of the product
IQ test scores, that and the ability reason
feel they are in the know, made a number of new friends and in Black
dispensed
stractly are overwhelmingly determined by genetic factors, admirers with his publication "The Nigger Bible" at the recent neighborhoods.
and that blacks have less Intelligence than whites. The study 2. The BCA isnon.poUticalnon-socialandtotallyeconomlc
IPA Convention in has been
Washington, D.C. DeCoy In.its aims and objectives.
has aroused a furor, and Justifiably so, for its conclusion
violates the faith shared by men of good will in the potentialfor publicly acknowledged as the writer whose singlehandedefforts 3. The BCA will seek a minimum of 25% representation of
caused elimination of the race-title from
"Negro" Black in the economic life and structure of all firms, companies -
and it
a democratic racially equal society worse pro-
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American usage as an acceptable ethnic title for his peopleby and industries dispense and manufacture
vides nore grist for,the bigot's mill. But what seems essen- illustration to be racial adverb process ,products
"Negro' a singular
whatsoever'and
of or
any nature that are consumed used
tial at the time is less emotion and more
present Indignant describing a "State of Mind,"...the nigger bible, 1968 by the Black Consumer.

ciritical thought. Nobel and Pulitzer Literature Prize nominee, Holloway 4. The BCA, through its representatives or agents,will seekto

In discussing the Jensen report we must clearly distinguish House Publishers (paper-back) 1967. verify the claims made by such institutions and firms and,
between its Mr. deCoy asserts that the those deemed reasonable the Association
intellectual legitimacy and its political effect. If by by obtaining from
he Is correct research conducted by himself such firms and institutions visable evidence and result
I we must accept: his conclusions regardless of as a ,
whther we like them or not. But I do not think that he is correct and collaborators establishes will advertise through the public media such findings and as a

Jensen's study is based on IQ test scores, not on genetic the re-discovery of Ni- result, the consensus of the majority opinion of the Association
data, and nobody has ever proven that IQ measures intelligence grltian as the proper racial Members will recommend a Black Seal of Approval for such

(One person has sarcastically written that it measures title of his people. Nlgritlan company and its products. The s a m e procedure will apply

only IQ). It is true that IQ measures the ability of a child to meaning "American descend- should a negative finding be, made.
take an IQ test, but this ability depends upon the successful ants of African Origin." Its f/I' 5. The first media report to the Black community will be
learning of certain psychological processes. (One can hardly admission is included in all ofWebsters' .' published and advertised In to 30 days.from the date of the

expect an Infant to take an IQ test.) Jensen merely assumes Unabr IdgedDlc. publicly advertised and announced formation of the BCA. This
that all American children have an equal opportunity to learn tionary Editions from 1904 : will allow time for approaches to a selected number of firmsat

these processes, but this assumption fails to take into consid- through 1946. Nigritia, a territory I random to make such findings.This will be an on going pro-
eration the terribly unequal environmental conditions under of darker African \ gram each month.

which childrenparticularly black and white children-are peoples, discovered by the An- ,1.'t\ 6. By the media, we mean that the BCA will conduct a satu-

,reared in America. IQ does, to a degree, accurately predict first cient, Greeks American, from which the "I J ration advertising campaign through the press,radio,television -
achievement in school, but this may well be more on indication slaves were and its own Newsletter and the results to be published for
that children are treated according to their IQ and produce taken many centuries later. s..a study and action by the Black Consumer.
.
During a Los Angales Press Conference the author said
only what is expected of them than that their achievement : 7. Many discrepancies, omissions and commissions favorable -
is gentically} determined. ..."As waves of hysteria and minority group agitations to the perpetrator go unrecorded as to inequities out-i,

presently sweep the public schools, our college and university side of employment..service,quality,p r lor it le s in all eco

The psychologist Benjamin Bloom has responded to Jensenby campuses clamor for "Black Recognition" and nomic endeavors and, the least of all, housing. These will be
pointing ot that under the equal conditions an Israeli black study curriculums, there is notably no national racial sought out and published with the associated firm. Those that

Kibbutz Jewish children of European origin, who normally identification in such"'courses, no acceptable racial are reported to us and are verified will also be publicized.
title nor racial
have an IQ of 105, have tested IQ of 115, while Jewish child dlslgnatlon. 8. Money derived from the program of the BCA will be for

ren of Oriental (Mid-eastern) origin, whonormallyhavean IQ It is the belief of DeCoy that our national minority pres- operational purposes, individual salaries rent, supplies,
of 85, have also been tested at 115. Jensen did not considerthis sure-groups and American minority Journalists have forced travel and office maintenance,with the mataubjactlve based on

kind of data, but based most of his conclusions on studies themselves to conduct insidious public' opinion polls in the advertising and contribution to such needy programs and pro
withldentical twins who have common genes and fairly black ghetto communities, asking: "What Do We Want To jects as:
similar IQ scores when they are raised in different families. Call The Race?" Then, they submitted their findings to the
But even one-sixth of the identical twins reared apart differas former President of the United States. He states that such a. Ghetto spawned poverty organizations that are not funded
public opinion polls have projected such unfounded racial by the government or private sector. ,
much in _
IQ- 15 points as blacks and whites This difference
b. that seek financial aid in
titles as Negro-American Afro-American Aframs Black Organizations or programs our
is entirely due to environment since their genes are ; ,
the same, and I do not think it is too much to assume that the Nationalists, Panthers, Swalahis-Americans, etc... only adding such objectives which compare to our goals of economic

conditions under which blacks and whites live to the confusion of racial identifications. He challengedthe Independence.
radically unequal
black and the black scholars "obviously I c. To aid valid Blackb u s In e IS IS in getting started or to
saying
might produce a similar difference in IQ. press : ,
overcome a temporary financial setback.
our militants and our black press along with Black American -
Scholars have failed to do the proper homework. Manyof d. To aid such programs as the Biafran relief.
Christopher Jencks, a social scientist, has recently argued them exploiting the diloma for personal gain and e."To help finance programs that are privately oriented for
pre-
in the that Jensen did not substantiate -,
persuasively new republic Black people after confirmation of their
his claim that the IQ differences between blacks and stige, rather than resolving it for the sake of national re- visabillty
9. The BCA is for
and open participation by all races and we will
gard unity....
whites are genetically determined.Jencks concludes from this welcome their aid, but ItwillbeBlack-controlledat all times.
The nation's of ethnic min-
acceptance Nlgritian as our
that "Jensen's decision to reopen this.ancient controversy: ,
ority racial title will mark an American Rennaisance in
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history as well as in literature, ,for "Nlgritian" recognized r
political blunder. Indeed it is, for whatever Jensen's ,intent
was in writing his report (and I doubt that It was racist) its becomes the signal acknowledgement fo the nation's 1 SUBSCRIPTION ORDER

effect has been to profoundly offend black people and to'provide -_ most prevalent: ethnic m1nor1ty...as a distenstive group of j \Ucrni Times
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Its peoples....
bigoted white people with a new argument with which to 6530 NW 15th Avenue
We know that
reading maketh a learned man; and re-
defend their racist beliefs and actions.
search adds greatly to that learning.. So, it Is Robert H. 1 Miami, Florida 3317

DeCoy who has, given, us "The Nigger Bible" and also 1
My own feeling is that the Jensen study Is irrelevant and "The Blue Book Manual of Nlgritlan History. American Enclosed please find the sum of $5:00:
that we should dismiss it entirely. It is irrelevant because it Descendants African Origin, in order that everyonecan
tells us nothing we can believe and it contributes nothing to be informed as to the truth of that which concerns the 1 to cover Jhe cost of a one year subscriptionto I

our struggle for social equality. Rather than quibble over a title of the black inane the Miami Times.

study which suggests the permanence of inequality, we must It takes work, study, research, intelligence and courageto II'
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work'' to change those social and economic conditions which truly challenge aU the so-called .scholars as DeCoy
determined the nature.of Jensen's conclusions.If we canchange did, 'in order .to' establish a truth.By Lou LuTour) By 1 Mall Paper To I

these conditions, we can make life livable for,black the way, those Interested ,in obtaining a copy of the books i Add,... : 1I
people in America, and though we would not have Intended it, 'of Robert DeCoy, Just drop him a card at 4321 Leimert '
we would have provided social scientists with new data with BoulevardLos Angeles, California 90008 and find out I City Siata._ Zip Cod._ I

which to,'refute the theory of inherent racial inequality. for yourself.... ,1 L-*.______________________ 4 4

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l t Elks Hold MemorialDaughter Servicester a

and Frank Le- communications systemfor
and Brother members Willie Perry

I f. of Liberty Elks Lodge Gree annual are pre-holloweenparty chairmen. The the rest.Brothers.Fred Hanna and L.

No. 1052 were magnificent in and dance Thursday, Oct. 30 Johnson installed a televisionset
hosting the Miami Elks Me-
world series
the
-- BY CLARICE LITTLES --'J' morial Sunday services on at the Atlas Home. BrothersL. in time for I

Miami Times Society Editor Oct. 12. Johnson, Fred Hanna and games.
Sunday, host and
evening Williams,
Lucas plan an Brother
'" !. .' Grace Presbyterian Churchof jimmie Restandhis
J ATTITUDES AND APTITUDES remember. Hollo- manager for the Elks
Liberty City was filled tc you'll long
of Dan Virgil, Lucy
trimmings. staff
with all the .
capacity as the Elks of Miami ween I'
Have an aptitude for the thing you do and have. an, attitude of remembered in respect all deceased Exalted Ruler W. 0. Perry Finley and Joyce Brown service offer ':"{, ':1:
respect or reverence toward it. brothers and daugh- plans a public address systemfor almost round the clock ,
motions of their work without ever andanin- that is second to none. '
1 Some people learn the ters. Leaving the church,Elks the meeting hall \
bothering study the meaning of those motions; such are
; from all the lodges gatheredat 'f,
1 doubtless working without an aptitude for their Jobs. On the Liberty Elks Home for a '! ': .
i f other hand, perhaps the great failures are the persons who, sumptuous luncheon prepared .

: ,, having an aptitude for their work, have wrong attitude. They by the daughters. 1.
do a poor Job, knowing it to be poor, but they lack respect for Atlas Lodge No. 308 will Medical
} theirown handiwork, and have so little thought for their fellow
sponsor its annual Gala Scholarship
beings, that they are willing to waste their time doing something ball at Bayfront Park 9 Specialist t
I worthless. let ,
Auditorium Friday night, Oct. L
I When we were knee-high to grasshoppers we were taught:
t "Whatever is worth doing at all is worth doing well. All else 17. Three orchestras, con Mrs. Antoinette Morley rl;;I'
r is waste. tinues music and entertainers. Wilcox of Richmond Heights, ,

e Boston Herald Brothers Sammy Davis, Jr., t. Florida was recently appointed .
Smiths Helen ';, the Head Start staff as medical I'
> It's been a long time since the Winfred ( '
from Denver they mis- ab .t specialist for the 41'
\ Cooper) have visited Miami. Motoring i
sed the first snow of the season.Relatives and friends are happy schools serving Head Start in '' ,
to see them enjoying Miami's tropical climate. Dade County. She is a graduate":

Russ Jollivette Jetted In from New York for a quick visit of Dorsey High Schooland i;
Norhwestern School of Prac- !l
with the family. '
E. R. Hanna and daughters, Tera and Tameka of Nassau .. tical Nursing. She is the mother
enjoyed a holiday in Miami with Carol (a student at the Uni- The Board of Trustees an- of 4 children; her eldest ;I'S.

versity of Miami) and their grandmother,Mrs. Marie Cooper. v nounced the appointment of son received a football scho- "
Enid and Daniel Cox hosted a birthday party for their son's Mrs. Virginia Tresvant as the airship to Morris Brown Col- I,

(Daniel II) first birthday, Saturday, Oct. 11 at 5927 NW 5th Ct. administrator of the Opa- lege, Atlanta, Georgia. She f
On Monday, Oct. 13 Dr. Daniel p. Moynihan presidential locks General Hospital. has been employed as a school i
special assistant on urban affairs was the featured speaker at secretary and practical .x ,

the sixth annual meeting of the Dade Community Relations Miss Mae Robinson and Mrs. Charlotte J. Williams are nurse at Mt. Sinai and Mercy \'\.

Board at the Dupont Plaza. ., sponsoring and hosting a fashion show and sale at the beau- Hospitals respectively. She is
Dr. Irwin Maxwell Stillman, retired New York internistand 1" .. :" ... tiful home of Mrs. Margie Shelby at21120NW 28th Ct., Carol a dedicated community ser-

diet author(The Doctor's Quick-Inches-Off is his lat- .L!. _..,, .,. ."'f.i,,. City. Saturday. Oct. 18 at 8 p.m. vice worker, currently serving
est) will be at Burdine's Miami store Saturday at 10 a.m. fora They will be showing all the latest fashion by famous fshion as leader of Girl Scout

weight clinic and exercise demonstration with his lecture. Shirlyn Y. Rawls designers, such as Arthur Cole, Mister Pants, Portofino Troop #282 of Richmond
It's free and you're Invited. Casual. Sports wear, dresses, suits and after five garments. Heights; member of Choir 2
My Lady Fair All roads led to Miami's Bayfront audi- Wins ScholarshipThe Their beautiful fashions are on display at Mr. Amos Jenkins of Mt.Olivette Baptist Church.
torium Wednesday, Oct. 15, to view the exhibits and learn Gift Town Shop at the Hampton House Motel, refreshments She is in orientation stage of
about opportunities in education, volunteering, education and first annual M. will be served. Everyone is Invited.A the Head Start program but
self-improvement.The fair opened at 10 a.m. to women of all. Edwards Scholarship" for birthday party will also be clebrated for two membersof will be available for Health
ages, creeds, colors and economic levels and closed at 10 $250.00 was awarded Miss the Swanner Gospelett. Mrs.Tina Harris and the man. Mrs. Services when the referralsare

p.m.The Shirlyn Y. Rawls who is a 1969 Robinson is also a member, all singers are invited, the Pilgrim made through the Social ,
Miami Herald presented"Be A Better Woman's" awardto graduate of Miami Edison Senior Gospel stars of Coconut Grove will be there. EveryoneIs Workers and Principals of
fifteen women. High School. She is attend- invited. Head Start Schools.CIALPURHASE.
Columnists Larry Thompson and Jim Bishop were featured ing Talladega College in Ala- r

speakers. bama.
,1
Miss Rawls is the, daughterof
HAPPINESS IS A NEW BABY: And now they are five the mos
Mrs. Mary M.A and Mr.
Richard (Florine) Welchs havea new baby,Albert Pinder, born
Gaddy Rawls.She has a broth- ,
at Cedars of Lebanon October 2, 1969 Mr. and Mrs. Israel er" who also attends Miami
Johnson, 8425 NW 23rd Ave. a girl, 6 Ib 1 oz on Oct. 8; Edison. Shir lyn participated in
at Mt Sinai Mr.and Mrs.Charles Mephee, 1510 NW 69th Ter.,
many of the school activities.She .
a girl 8 lbs 15 oz both were born October 9, at Mt Sinai Hospital -
was captain of the newly
but Mr.and Mrs.Willie Johnson's baby girl weighed
organized Flaggette March-
in at Jackson Memorial Hospital Oct. 6, at 7 Ib 5 oz.' .
ing Core", 'a member of the
Get well wishes to Louise (Peelac) Johnson who is recup- Opt-Miss Social Club; G.A.A. s e
erating at home Lea Hepburn Ferguson andCarnettScavella.
; ,and other groups. In spite of
Oscar Weaver in Christian. her full schedule of activitiesshe
Tanya and Colette Williams celebrated their birthday with a maintained a "B"aver-
party hosted by their aunt, Gwendolyn Davis and their grand- 1 ,

mother, Mrs. Elizabeth Carey, Tuesday, Oct. 14. age.Shirlyn was a 1969 "Girl of
Friends of Catherine Hutchinson to know
Mrs. are happy the Year" for the National
that she's at home after
recuperating surgery.
Council of Negro Women. At
For his sixth birthday, Raymond Minter entertained friendson
Talladega she will be most interested Prints Solids
Sunday, Oct. 12 at the home of his parents, James and in the s c Ie n c IS,U
Staretha Minter. Mrs. Pauline Smith is Raymond's grandmother she hopes to become a phar-

macist.
Motoring to Florida from Detroit were Glenn and Augusta The Annie M. Edwards

DuBose and son,Alvin.Stopping in Deerfield Beach to visit her Scholarship is the method by ALL LATEST STYLES .
brother and sister-in-law,Eddie and Lucy Wesley on to Miami which Hazel E.Wright and Annette -
to visit an aunt, Mrs. Elizabeth McCuff who Is recuperatingat E. McNeal, daughters of
home after a stay in Jackson Memorial Hospital. the late Mrs. Edwards chose
Junier Misses
Louise Bogie is all smiles, since ,her hubby, Ed(Edward.,,'to honor their mother. % Sizes
Is home after a summer in California

'AU.f'OESN'1 O.w"j'A.IljD .
CONFERENCE FOR PEOPLE WHO CARE

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The Sovereign Hotel, Miami .Beach :was the setting'for,a 1t.y SCAt.P? I 1 1

,t "Coofer c for People Who Care/' Oct. 10 it.,The conference l\UN:'; HAIR ; USE
'was: sponsored by the Girl Scout Council of Tropical
Florida, toe, NUKAIRNUKAIR

,Discussion groups gave serious thought to Being A Change
Agent," and the meaning of "Who Cares?" Caring enough to .'/.S\. At our one
listen, caring enough to learn more, caring enough to be concerned : us,

caring enough to .be inyolved and caring enough to .. SAFE
change. ". ..1'. low
Members of the Steering.Committee 'were Mrs Charles ", '.. -,.".. '. ..r' ( price. .ONEHiGHER'. ,.
Williams Mrs. Robert Shapiro Mrs. Bessie S. Smith, Mrs. ... w' .. .. r J"
.I.E.F.
Melvin Schiller Miss Sullen Bergstrom, Sister Miriam andMiss ":' ': '

Dorothy Kllpatrick. .' .811\.. CASH REFUNDS EXCHANGES,

"Every man has to seek in his own way to make his own self '. ( '

more noble and to realize his own true worth..You must give
some time to your fellow man. Even if it's a little thing, do
something for. those who have need of man's help, somethingfor :" fn.".. l ied.4i tpJ MAYS DRESSES
which you get no pay but the privilege of doing it." ul > PIr; yt.owih.C\I\ ,
Albert Schweitzer 1:1': 'ivr you fqst rel; >ftlt'Ol.In.( .
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Hn.fl i. cHV. CQlpQnd'fpH -
: 'fQ' .
II \ ': House HuntingThe d ''HJ "to;.,. ",\t.: : ;/.; :? :.:; l

'\\t'l'ir,,, M' tr' ;i : ;:ISt. I/;
South Dade Fair Hous- Please call Betty Plass, 271- 50 :, :: ;" "
ing Group will gladly provide 5202 or Nancy Luykx, 667- '

checkers for black people ,4951, for further information.This Temple Add 1 7-2 C liiAv.Miimi ,T? N Mi m> Beach
home-hunting in the South- is a white group, eagerto letch
west area. Apartments start help but needing contact with 7135 frjltfri Ave.Mitmi .
around $150 per month and black people. Call us up and $15 J Btich
homes at about $17,000. tell it like it 1st!

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I Grambling Draws 133,484 In 3 Games I

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HOUSTON In adversity, other cohesive unit. Conference encounter with Texas Southern ((0-0-2)) has
before
capacity crowds from The football sands startedto Prairie View A&M and thriv- been gaining altitude with bail-
coast to coast,GramblingCol- shift in the Morgan State ed in the familiar surround- ing wire this season, and,now a
lege has won over the last game in New York where the ings by defeating the inept that the sputtering has stop

skeptic. Tigers rewarded loyal sup Panthers, 58-25. ped, the rejuvenated Houston
After suffering a stunning porters in a sell-out crowd of The well-traveled Tigers club is likely to sustain top
28-7 setback In earlySeptember 60,118 with a spectacular 30- won't meet another Texas level performance the rest of
BY STANLEY "SWEETS" SWEETING
before 62,294 fans In Los
12 victory. team until they face Texas the season.
Angeles Coach Eddie RobIn- Southern University In the LINE.0.TYPE
Texas Southernand
son has patched remnants Grambling ,returned home fabulous Grambling,
Astrodome
from the 1968 team Into an- for a Southwestern Athletic on Nov. Alcorn A&M shared the THE LITTLE RED BOOK: The Rev Canon Theodore Gibson
15.Both SWAC title last fall The North Christ Church_ Coconut Grove, has beennamedto. the Executive -
..
teams will be soupedup Louisiana Tigers have owned Board (which does the diocese planning -' -
for the contest expected to outright or shared the league ) of the new Episcopal Diocese of Southeast -
lure 48,000 into the Astrodome four In Florida which will become official
crown years a row. an
Miami TimesAds Don't Cost Last fall, 35,465 fans watched of entity on Jan 1, 1970. The new diocese is
One the
heartening things
Grambling make the most about one of three being formed out of the pres-
They Pay the Grambling-TSU
of long receptions for a 28.18 trodome melee is that it will ent Diocese of South Florida Sudden

victory. afford the Tigers an oppor- Thawt: Isn't It strange how Urban Renewaland
j tunity to approach the 250,000 the Expressways right-of-way have
mark In paid attendance for caused many pioneer Miami home-owners,
property holders and business men to lose
KNIGHT BEAT 276 NW 6th ST. eight games.
has attracted their life-long identities while the much- .
i Grambling already -
'publicized, much critized, much condemned and adverse
133,484 spectators in
1 Frank WilliamsPRESENTS three games this season. labeling of the dilapidated rental shacks In the notorious Good
The college led the nation Bread Alley sector still stand ? ? ? How strange!

In attendance during the first NOTES ON A NAPKIN: Ivan McCaskill of Vanguard world
; SAT.. OCT. two weeks of the Centennial traders spent Oct 4 in Durham, N. C. on the campus of North
Another Duel Session ADM. $ .r football campaign. Carolina University attending reunion of Kappa Alpha Psi fra-

ternity Hazel Dorsett surprise birthday party-ed hubby
BETWEEN TABLES FREEr George with a fabulous bash in their Richmond Heights wig-

CREDIT UNION wam Oct 11 A sprained left Ram resulting from a freak
.v. accident floored Joyce Johnson to her home Metro Sgt
George Busbee bedded at Cedars of Lebanonroom' 327 .'. .
AND YOU
. The Wilbert McKhans are celebrating their 16th wedding an-
..
VS. Credit Unions are relatively niversary.
:.. <
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i new in some areas, thusso SALT WATER TAFFY: The Joseph (Dorothy Jean) Wilsons
'.. many people are unaware named her Luella. Their little cherub arrived rather unex-
I't \\ of their advantages and bene- pectedly on Oct 13 as Dotty was entering her apartment, but
"v.o' cs" fits. There are nine locatedin Metro's Rescue Squad carted them toMtSlnai hosp, where
'\\\t t"t ,, the nine target areas and the arrival was announced at 6:30p.m.:: weighing 6 lbs 13 ozs.

."" t" \\ \ housed In the EOPI Neighborhood She's the Wilson's third; the other two are boys-Joseph Jr
THE QUOTATIONS"WE centers. The center locations and Darren Lee. Medico Stanley Johnson attended. Band
are Homestead, Per- leader Dizzy Jones' son saw his 8th on April 3 And former
WANT THE R REFLECTIONS? rine, South Miami, Coconut Hampton House manager Bud Ward's (of Washington, D.C.)
:::wsttsmmroNEXT: : : ::::: :::::::::::::::::::::::;:;:;:::::::::::::;:;:;:::::;:::::::::::::.::::::;:::::;:;:;:;:;:;:::;:;:::::::;::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::.'::::::::::::::::::::::::: Grove, Culmer, Brownsville, son saw his 15th Oct 11.

WEEK THE 1970 CASH BOX REVUE Liberty City, Edison andOpa- THE WEEK'S WASH: John Wesley(Buddy) Lewis recoveringat
locka. home after a minor stroke on the left side of his bulging
SAT.. OCT. 25th '''THING ON frame decked him for four weeks .. Sisters Enid Bethel and

J J.P. Robinson STRING" Bernice Johnson birthdayed Just one day apart-Enid on Oct

11; Bernice on Oct 12 Floral Curtis and her honey are In
,
... 8"r '" again, out again.. .Aubrey Wilson's doctor has put him on 'the
wagon.' A bad left stilt that kept him home for several days

'fii" 1f1i1CIJ1IO was the reason for it all The Rt Rev James L. Duncan,
G
" ; K Bishop of the Diocese of Southeastern; Florida, will confer
.
\\ SO" Confirmation Apostolic Rites at Saint Agnes' Episcopal Oct

: ",, .. 26.
SWEETS' TREATS: Ernest Bellamy and Wesley Johnson of
{ .+ Eastern Air Lines returned home last Friday ayem after a
"f 2-weeks European vacation jaunt that scurried the two play-
NV'fts boys across the Atlantic from New York City.Important stopovers

'w. included Copenhagen, Denmark;Rome, Italy(where they
b ,. visited the Vatican and Colliseum) and Munich, Germany
9 'TROPICS\ (where they Joined in celebrating the Oktober Festival) while
: THE greeting hometowners Aldine Shannon and his missus,who
,,,,
tka LK tttmaDONN1E were also touring Europe in celebration of their 13th wedding

& THE TIMS anniversary while enroute to Paris, France.
DELORES HAGINS STUFF AND SUCH: 'Tribute to Wives' (Its first annual)
Stf::::::::::: Coordinator will be observed by the Sanctuary Guild Sacred Heart Afri-

SPECIAL LADIES NITE SHOW JET NERO can Orthodox Church Sunday, Oct 19, at llayem when RectorRt
WED.. OCT.22nd 1 Credit unions are organized Rev Msgr Donald Anthony presents Tech Sgt Kenneth E. Fox
-T-tLil 1F JAZZ TRIO groups of people who combine as the occasion's speaker. Rahmings Memorial Chapel at 5235
SAM AND DAN
to each
IN THE their resources help NW Seventh Avenue has the setting. Anna-Grace Sweetingto
BETTY DUNMOREf SIRJOHNLOUNGE other IThey are federally host 'Night of Games' for St Agnes' chapter of Episcopal

LADIES FREEHENI'50 : NITELYSUNDAYMATINEE I designed charted and to promote supervised dignity and Churchwomen at her 60th St pad (2720) Saturday night Oct 17

4 to 7 through self help. They are CONFIDENTIALLY YOURS: Birthdays in October: Brigette
:: controlled by a board of directors Pennington, Edward Spaulding 1st. Alice Harrison, Karen
elected by their Smith, Betty Gibson,Rev L.D. McDowell. James Collie
members annually and are ex- June Fisher, Joseph Thomas, 3rd. Shirley Williams, Garth
PRODUCT OF U.S.A. IOOX NEUTRAL SPIRITS DISI/tiEO/ FROM GRAIN. 91 PROOF CORDON'S ORY CIN CO U ;, CNN N 1. aminedby federal examiners, Reeves Jr.,Wayne Biggins. Edna Stallworth 4th Zelma

,Just as other. financial institutions Peters, Gregory Jones, Billy Rolle, Michael Hearns, Gayle
Sweeting Odessa Felder 5th Lucia Harris Ethel Primus
4 iYBt>Y: :$: Their employees are ? ,
qualified, efficient and bonded. I''Jefferson Reaves 6th ,pearl Strokes, Janie Reeves, Bennie
What better protection could Thomas, Sadie Murry 7th Janell Cannon 8th Rose

,1 .you. ask.EOPI. Bullard,'Hazel Wilcox, Emmie Roberts 9th.

credit unions have ROSALIE GEORGE 'CARY ROLLE 10th Annie Bell

7 .9 i grown In'assests to $111,959in Jackson, phoedre Harvey, Enid Bethel 11th Cleveland
yo a short period of time and Jackson, Maxie Miller, Bernice Johnson 12th .' Genesta
are promoting thrift amongour Sweeting Loleeta Clark 13th Marian Shannon, Lacey
people offer ing such advantages Drayton, Sharon Williams, Nathaniel Bradwell, Marie Bell t I
as low interest loans 14th Debris Carn, Bernadette Pennington, Terryl Dunn 1
convenient savings, Insuranceon 15th Margaree Johnson, Inger Turner, Geronimo Mizell .
savings and loans,at no cost 16th Willie Jo Mack 17th Evelyn Jackson Dr. J. K.
to the shareholder.Now Johnson Sr., Theodore Robinson,Annie Edwards, Marvin Hen-
is the time to grow in don 18th '. Annie Ivey, Nath Johnson 19th.
community and better
your ARIMENA KELLY 20th Euphrates Abbitt, Virginia
JEAN WILLIAMS, DELIGHTFUL YOUNG DRESS DESIGNER: establish yourselves eco- Ferguson 21st James Smith Jr, Eddie Hughes, Essie
For further infor-
"I don't believe in'Bubble-Gum'fashion. kindthat's nomically.mation contact Mims, Anthony George Jr, Olive Curry, Leroy Davis, Arnold
please
anyone Clark, Sadie Tillman, Cleveland Jackson 22nd Evelyn
For clients
in today and out tomorrow. my of the above mentioned centersor

I design the smooth classics th suit, them best. Miss Delores Hagins, co- Graham 23rd Robert Squire Jr, Ella Mae Hall, Annabella j
ordinator at 751-3624. Harris, C, Scurry Childs 24th Mary Williams, Regina '
Maybe that's why I choose Gordon's Gin. It's always this is the first in a seriesof Shade, Hattie Aaron 25th. .Josephine Mackey, Luara Saund-

smooth, always. dry, which suits my taste best:' articles by which we hopeto ers 26th .Atty LeoAdderly,Albertha Williams, Lois Sweet-
Otmo better Inform you and try ing 27th Ellen Hepburn, Keith Dames, Winifred Beacham
GORDON'S GIN CREATED IN LONDON, ENGLAND IN 1769. to make you realize that credit 28th Gertrude Stokeland, Leola Matthews, Ola Lamb,
BIGGEST SELLER IN ENGLAND, AMERICA, THE WORLD. !DISTILLED; union means service to you. Gladys Crawford 29th Debra Wilcox, Vera Lundy 30th

IoMDRT Start now to let us take your Anthony George Sr., Kenneth Woods 31st. That's it ,
GIN cents and make dollars':"and brother, from your one-man-newspaper who knows everybodyand
we'll make your dollars make everybody's racket, but who is allways giving some poor
'
Gordon's It's how,the English keep their: gin up'! sense. Next week .same sucker a break! I

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'' J''jtic" Here's Where It's', At
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iT i 'YJ rMOTOWN'S
r of To Entertain Elks
LIVE ENTERTAINMENTTHURS.

Atlas Lodge Social committee FRI. SAT. SUN.
will present Carey G.
Gholston, better known Maxie Newbold & His Band
throughout the Carribbean as
." ,,,, ,, ,, 'd' the African prince, Friday,
Oct. 17, at Bayfront Park
brief from their hostess Open From 1 p.m. til 5 a.m.
CULTURAL EXHIBIT Taking a rest Auditorium. Mr. Gholston has
duties at Motown's exhibit booth 'at Operation Breadbasket's first Block also toured Europe with his Owned & Operated by
fabulous exotic act. He lived Miami's Own Spocesetters, Inc.
estimated that than
Business and Cultrual Exposition. It was more 650,000
for five in the Bahamas
persons attended the black expo at Chicago's International Amphitheatre last years
appearing in some of the top
(HOW SOUL CAN YOU BE?)
weekend. Motown's exhibit acclaimed Black attractive and
was Expo's most night clubs and hotels on the
informative. The Motown booth hod as its central theme, "The Soul of Young island.
America' and was centered around a dramatic oil painting by Don Mcllvaine, I
a renown black painter who makes his home in Chicago.The Motown booth'scolor >,VJSII 'OUR'F 1 BUOU; ocKPJt' tOUHGE; :

motif was black, red and green, the traditional black nationalist colors, :ANDJCR'ATER'RO M{
made famous by the late Marcus Garvey. From left to right: Patricia Coleman, Fall Coffee W'',._t llld

Karen Hod::, Jeanna Jackson, and Janie Bethune.
and Style ShowThe

I Cep's Stenographers GraduateThe daughters Elks of greater
Miami No.769 are
CEP Stenographerclass Business College.Remarks rothy Levell, Burnell Lightsey Temple
held its graduation exer- were made by Mr.Irving Gold- Bernice Parson, Hattie using annual much energy coffee to and see style that
cise at the Elks Lodge,Friday,' stein, president of Charron- Robinson, Sharol Shatter, their
October 10, 1969. The great Williams with special remarks Bessie Mae Stafford, Clara- show excel those wide of previous wake Register How!
speaker was Mr. BennyO'Berry by Miss Jaci Haywood, nell Thagard, Gladys Trib- committee years.Quite has a been appointed
Area Director for Coordinator of training programs ble.
EOPI Opa-locka Neighborhood at CEP. The exercisewas they are daughters Delores The books are open
Gordon chariman Lorice Fox
Area. The diplomas were pre enhanced with special
sented by Mrs. Benn, a coun- guests, Mr. Harold Oliver and co-chairman Barbara Dobson,
selor at Char r on Williams Mrs. Marie S.Carl,Executive SMALL'S' LOUNGE Yvonne Varner,Evelyn Car
Director of EOPI. Many of the 701 NW 2nd Avenue ter, Pinkie Lowe, Enid Reese, .
trainees now in various CEP Wilholmeria Engram, Mattie :
Under NEW Cole Gertrude Crowder and
orientation classes were also Manage- lIB.IT .
i et at the graduation exercise.The ment. Come in and }Hester Rivers. NOW SHOWING ,
t xt graduates were: Bar- help celebrate, and The affair, wills j take place at DRIVE.w'lN; :rHE IRf' '
bara Boney, Queen Elizabeth say a big hello to: the Bonded Collection Agencyand .
Campbell, Nora Belle Dervin, the latest styles willbe
Jacqueline Farrington, D e- Polly & Johnny shown and worn during the
lores Forbes, Celestine Frz- Reva & ticket
Myrtice evening purchase your
ier, Gail Gibson Janie Hill,
now from almost any daughterof
Nina Jones,Mary Knight,Do- Greater Miami Temple. A HIT!


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CELEBRATES BIRTHDAYDemetrius A They to be had ----1! !1gcjj. 1t


L. Lynch cele- the ta1l IestMT'
brated his 2nd birthday party
September the 18th,1969 at the W fighting force fA
Dipper Dan Ice Cream Shop in r
theNorthside Shopping on eat1h-

and Center, given by his. mother a .d the men
grandmother, Flossie
Jenkins. who led them
.
CELEBRATES had 10 lie just ..'

ANNIVERSARYChoir alitUe
n will be celebratingtheir A ,
bit
Thirty-Six Anniversary ,
Friday, October 17,1969,at I l u her... _
8:00 p.m. and Sunday,October
19, 1969 at 3:30 p.m.
Please come out and enjoyall Emanuel L.Wolf Presents AN ALLIED ARTISTS FILM
the interdenominationschoirs 9:45: A Frank PtrryAltld Production

have from been the invited.communitythat St. "" JOHN DAVID JIM lAB ......

James AME Church. WAYNE JANSSEN MUTTON I .'.BARBARA' HERSHEY RICHARD THOMAS BRUCE DAVISOH..CATHY BURNS |
Rev. S.L.Gay,pastor ITS THE BIG ONE WITH THE
BIO TWO
I' -Open- BATJC PRODUCTION MLUU RAY RAYMOND ST JACQUES: BRUCE CABOT PATRICK WAYNE WKE ASKEW MlCHTELWAYNEJOHN 'i.,.. ,

1 p.m.:45. MES LEE BARRETT' WAYLAY KELLOGG "'& .woonl'w.' .:.fi&st Tumour nunar MM ma no..ma tin tf

3 Sexciting Hitsl PLUS 1ItoWfBOON

"HOW MANY TIMES" ...ta ITMRtNUM

KISS ME, KISS ME" ,. Cow _

Plus Girlie Frolic .
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VERA MILES ;
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CEP Has Clerk-Typists Graduate


Miami-Dade Junior College clerk-typist course included of the Assistant Dean of Aca-

North "graduated" its first remedial English, personal demic Affairs; Mrs. Royce
group of clerk-typists under deverlopment, typing and of- Cooper, in the office of the Director
J E.O.P.I/s Concentrated Em- fice machines. Students were of S t u d II tActiviUes,
ployment Program (CEP) this on campus six hours a day. and Carolyn Jackson,in the of-
week. And three of the 15 wo- Graduated received certificates fice of the Registrar.

4w men already have jobs-.at the from Dr.Russell Slgler Other CEP programs a 1 so'

BY DAVE BONDU North Campus. director of the Divisionof conducted at Miami-Dade have
1 The six-month concentrated Business Studies. included Junior bookkeeper,
Barbara--Ulggs To Back on campus now, but food service trainee, j junior

Tribute to WivesThe this time as employees, are engineer, graphic artsand
Write New Bernice Belcher, in the office junior draftsman.G4dez'aEeN4 .
I am on vacation, but the guest columnist for this woek said Sanctuary Guild of
the notice was too short, so HI have to do it from Nassau Beauty ColumnBarbara Sacred Heart African Ortho-

visiting Peanuts Taylor. Before I left my beautiful Miami,I dox Church, request your attendance
took note of all the trash laying at the curbs of our city and J. Higgs of Su- at their FirstAnnualDay
county streets, and I am wondering if the sanitation workers preme Wig and Beauty Salon of "Tribute to Wives,"
has been added to the staff of
are on strike
or Trash and
something? garbage and Sunday, October 19, 1969at
nutresses and stuff piled high in all parts of the city. This is The Miami Times. 11:00 a.m. at the Rahmings
not only in my neightornood, but in all of the neighborhoods She will author a column Memorial Chapel, 5235 Northwest -
that do not have each week featuring either a
alleys. The ones that have alleys are beautiful Seventh Avenue.
out front but the different personality or a new
alleyways are full of trash. There wasa
trend in the beauty and barber
good excuse when the im>n were on strike and there was a ,
shortage of equipment, but now that the new equipment has professions.She MEETS CAMPY
arrived and the men are working, it seems to me .hat what comes to us well quali-
we Mrs. Ethel Lee Hodges of
fied for the position becauseof ',
need is a man in the job of department: head who will schedule I _
Edison Court 308 NW 65th st.
her experiences in the fieldsof ,
the work so that the
neighborhoods are not crowded with trash. wish came true Oct.10 : : HURRICANE
education cosmetology and Friday BOYS
This is a tourist oltirtl! 1 ,'aa, and hay: should not have to see when she metMr.RoyCampa-
our streets like this, not to mention the poor hard working tax community affairs. Present Their
nella in in his
She feels that she did not person presi-
payer who lives here year 'round. Please Mr. Reese and Mr. ANNUALHALLOWEEN Land
dential suite in the Dupont
leave her position as a math
Homer, kindly get some kind of schedule from these
people teacher in the Dade School Plaza Hotel. He was her idol BALL
and let the residents know
approximately when trash will be
in his baseball and still
System, just to work in the days
picked in their
up areas that SHOW
so our city and county can really
be beautiful. beauty profession. She plansto her idol as he is a wonderful
be an initiator in makingthe example for us who complainover Produced by
PRETTY GIRL OF THE WEEK: Eloise Stephens profession of cosmetologyone minor things. When he is DALLAS10th CETTE ROSETTE

PRETTY BOY OF THE WEEK: Atty. Calvin Mapp to be proud of. so gay and kind with a major HalloweenNight

VIP OF THE WEEK: Dr. Elmer A. Ward Mrs. Higgs is rapidly being problem Friday, October 31, 1969
MOTHER OF THE WEEK: Mrs. Elnora Scott 'recognized on a national level 9 P.M. Until?'
ing themselves, their professional -
because of her styling ability
learning tree Is a movie the was written, produced and 'z
The exhibited at the "Big Show"in training, special St pd" :'"9 e beat
directed by Gordon Park, and is going to be listed as one of Philadelphia. She will be abilities, and their businessto
the all time great movies. Gordon Parks is a black man who featured in at least two Issuesof the following address: Bar- ADVANCE $3.00 AT DOOR $3.50

has been trying to convince Hollywood that there is plenty of the "Beauty Trade" magazine bara J. Higgs, Supreme Wig Tickets on sole at Cott Roicttt, 6131 NW 7th Av.,
good black talent and he could prove it, if given the chance.He She has been asked to and Beauty Salon, 9110 NW the Sir John Hotel and Band Box Barber Shop.BTJTRDHSTE'S .
wrote the story of his life beginning as a young man in speak to various school groupsin 17th Ave., Miami, Fla. 33147.
Fort Scott, Kansas, during the 1920's. The star of the flick is the community. She will
Kyle Johnson who portrayed a young man whose ambition was conduct a business manage-
to go to college and tried to do the right thing. He had a won- ment class at the annual meet-
derful family, but one of his friends, Marcus (Played by Alex ing of the National Beauty Cul- a

Clark)had lost his mother and his father was a drunk. Marcus turists Regional Oct. 26-29 at .tlt". ,
'was a stone militant and steals the limelight from the star. the New Everglades Hotel. f \I I' i ...
Of course, there is a hardboiled, cracker sheriff, a touch of Mrs. Higgs promises to be ':,'

sex, laughter and tears. impartial in her selection of $ LIL4 "
Former Count Basie vocalist,Jimmy Rushing,plays the partof persons to be presented to the
the man in the rackets who also runs the house of ill reputein public each week. Therefore,
the town.Gordon left Fort Scott than 40 and
more year,ago, beauticians,\barbers, or anyone
recently returned with fame and fortune enough to share with connected with or representing -
all of the 10,000 residents and some $500,000 to fatten local the beauty profession
pocketbooks. Most of the filming was done where he spent his should send a picture and any
childhood, and you will en joy the film tremendously Don't for- pertinent information regard- t
get to watch for it at your Florida State Theatre soon. It is
called "The Learning Tree."


QUICK NOTE DEPARTMENT: Last Sunday was the big affair
of the Urban League at the Everglades Hotel,and it was a huge
success. Miss Phyllis Branch, Miss Candy Lane, Guy Fac- EMERSOI

cianni, Saspiralla Mae, Bobby Marshall, the Tropicals,Little
Della Humphrey, Miss Marion Taylor and the Frank Duboise TELEVISION888J
sextette were all great. The room holds 2,000 people and
there was very little space left.You name them, and they were
there. They still talk about the show, and how much they en- .
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joyed it The brain that changed Flagler Street just plain -- '--
goofed in our estimation. The way traffic is funneled through
downtown is not only confusing and inconvenient, but losing
business for the merchants and movie houses. Just as an example -

: If you are going to the movies, it will cost you almost /-M LC $
$2.50, including the 40f an hour you have to pay for parking
three or four blocks from where you are going. Elderly peo-
ple just cannot walk that far to park car and go to the movies,
or shopping so they are going to the shopping centers and 4t
neighborhood theaters where parking is available. I am certain
I"
that they will change it back so that at least the movie "
goers can park on F'lagler Street after 6 p.m., as they have MODEL 11PSOA WITH :
done all these years.
PRIVATE LISTENING y&-%; ;rf1,n ry ii. S"1
to the family of Mrs. Davene Derby. > ,{ /Li. <; \C: "
Our deepest sympathy .: ;t' p;,;Ji"ti1 t !'
at the Department of Publicity and Tourismfor EARPHONE : Jf.1j k 'J
She was secretary "; pJ: f P ,
nine years, and one of Mayme's very good friends. ,:'lIf 1 '12tj. \'
Clyde Killens tells me that his show for October 31st is gonnabe $5.00 tt':V. 71jAt6.
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better than ever, and Iremember that last year there werea ;;j; X?ti. .J"t \ ;
couldn't in. Including some who had } ft0 lot of folks who get W"jlj'"Y";: '<;
tickets and were late. Let me tell you that reservations in almost DOWNCall / 1 '
any club for a 10:30 show are not honored after 10 p.m. u fS B\

The owner or promoter has the right to sell those tables rather ;;}r"dkJ <<0.'} },:,1; }.1' than have them empty because you didn't show up on time, so I./iMJrYPi.Q't.; .? .,' y:>" f 4;;: fw"4J,#,,,,',<,7,"
get your reservations early and be on time this year. For once, 7515629NO tiff.r1fttfJ.iv; 'iii/Jf1tlM: t$w.j..fi.,1.\'

forget about CP time, will you? I have received some CREDIT
letters from some of the folk who got stuck with those coupon REQUIRED
books, Til see to it that your name is placed with the proper
people. I hope that they will try to get your money back. Don't SALENOW
forget I said try. Also please do not send me your book, just
your name and address and phone number and a note saying, ALSO:

you got took guest writer next week for sure. FURNITURE'APPLIANCES
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Hello there all of you groovy readers: How's life been treat- 9A {w a --*--- -

ing you since the last time we communicated? Well, I don't Outstanding efforts presented by the Miami Jackson Gen-

know what has been happening in your lives this past week, butI "Qo9 erals football team were exerted by three victories in which
can certainly tell you that mine has been very busy. With 's t
A North Miami Hialeah and Coral Park were defeated On Friday -
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school going at full blast and keeping all of us on our toes, I the Generals will be on the KilHan Cougars at Miami-
many of us have had little time to really do what we want to do.
I Dade Junior College.
School is alright; however, there are times when that choiceof their uniforms
The Soul Marching 100 have displayed new
take it or leave it approaches you, you'd definitely rather
with their original acts of creative ideas and special
leave it, Life is fun and filled with adventure and along
mystery, talents no other band has yetoverpowered..Hit soul songs they
suspense. How grand it is to be young and able to enjoy it. I "
ie Amour "The Whip "Amen
have played include My Cher ,
must say that most of us are very fortunate to be living in a "
Brother and "Memphis Underground. Band officers and
world such as this. Now I'm not making the entire world out to ,
include drum majors John McMinn Glenn
section leaders ,
be a house of and
fantasy fairy tales I'm just trying to bring
out how nice it is to be young. Whether you're physically .' Duncan, John Holiday, secretary Nadine Alexander and
Poitier. Section leaders are Ruth Jones
Cedric
r <, treasurer ,
youthful or mentally youthful, you're still lucky to live with a I \
bells Nadine Alexander, flutes; Joy Little, clarinets; George
light, happy, and youthful heart. Of course, these are only my : ;
personal feelings toward the matter. ).,:. T Rushing, trombones; Earnest Welcher, drums; Ulysses

: ,t ,;fi' Richardson, basses; and Larry, trumpets The students in the
,:, 41 ', ,-' ., .,' marching band and music department would like to honor Mr.
I 'received a poem from one of my schoolmates. She's a ,01" t .-
sweet young person who truly has an eye and an ear for beauty. ,<,%\ ," y f t Eric Knight, our new band assistant. He was a former member -

This is the poem which she gave me, which I think sums up of the Mays High School faculty where he taught music

my feelings. j 1 Sod Stitu 01 tke Wed also.creative He ideas has inspired the band this year with many new and


Talent Is God given, Be humble As our soul sister for this week,we have the sprightand Moses Moore of our student body was recognized as an out-
Fame is man given Be grateful athlete in The Miami Herald Moses is football
lively Cheryl King. Cheryl is a senior at Miami standing on our
Conceit is self given, Be careful Edison High School. Some of her interests are music team where he plays offensive halfback

and fashions Cheryl is very interested in the studyof Patricia Stevens and Johnny Wilson did their Milk Thing"
I think this is so true because while we are trying to be- '
Afro-American culture I commend her highly on and were highly recognized by the South Dade Dairy Council
come or stay we sometimes step on people to
young young, that. Stay sweet, Cheryl House of Photography as examples of outstanding leadership ability and citizenship.
achieve the youth and happiness which we desire.We must not
Patricia is secretary of the student council and captain of our
let our desires and wants get the best of us. Just because we
cheering squad Johnny is the president of Hi-Y Service Club
want something badly enough does not necessarily make it good
and right to have. We must pause before we act, we must be {C'90sK" XRKXMoa&rvw>ramoreNorthwestern: 7191RG !C'> and plays offensive fullback on our varsity football team Con-
gratulations to these Jackson Generals
humble, we must be grateful,but most of all we must be careful II
M Our Student Council officers attended a student council con-
Love, youth, and fame can be very dangerous. Heed my
vention in Hialeah at Hialeah high school last weekend Robert
warning. Be careful I
Simms director of the human relations board of Miami was
* * * ,
I I the guest speaker and told about the roll of the school. Our

This week is truly "busting out all over." I was informed By discussion was on the student as a means of channeling

this week by a very intelligent and aspiring young man, Aaron Focus coping with students demands. .

Straughter, that Harmon Brody, the commentator ofYoung Mi- BEVERLY ROKER Several of the students from various other schools spoke of

ami Speaks on WKAT was released from his duties on the radlc I Jackson as the "ideal' school because of our standard regu-, ,

station. In more blunt words, he was fired. lations and the way they are executed "
m. aWSKKSOK XK K'Jd16K C K'l SC Michael Know s and Vivian Sylvia semifinalists in

This particular matter bothered me terribly, because each David A, Green, a junior, has received a youth award for the national merit test scholarship program, while Darell
Sunday at 7:30, I made it a point to listen to Young Miami excellence. His selection was based on his unselfish attitude Walker is a finalist. Reaching this degree; of excellence, if

Speaks It's_quite difficult to find an intelligent,understanding, and sustained willingness to contribute his time in needed they'become winners they will receive an all expense scholar-

and contemporary person who can carry on a show which involves work and to assist others Equally important was his dedica- ship to the college of their choice anywhere in the United

young people expressing their ideas, opinions,and viewsto tion to the highest principles of good behavior States

an audience of many many thousands of youth and adults. The youth advisory board, representing the County Com- All students are urged to participate in one of the many
It takes a lot of knowledge,sagacity,and compassion to be able clubs and
mission David's nomination
approved for the award organizations on our School campus. There are
to speak, communicate, and compete with all people, with different Students of three types of clubs.
the month are: Michael Seymour and Lorri Cul- Service, interest and honorary You may
views, from all communities, standings, and stationsin pepper These seniors have been chosen to participate in the participate in any and all interest and honorary clubs if you

life. laboratory research program being offered at Lindsey Hopkins qualify buy you may only participate in one service club if you

They are attending a class in statistics under the super- qualify. Service clubs are: Anchor, Junior Miss Opti-Miss,
Harmon Brody had each of these qualities and more. His vision of Mr, Mel Tennis and Tri-Hi-Y for girls and Hi-Y, Key, Civitan, and Interactfor
ideas were good, his thoughts were marvelous, techniqueswere One of the main purpose of the program is to allow studentsto the boys.

superb, and his beginning was the end. The end of mi- experience the personal feeling of working under the direc- Interest clubs include Visionettes, Future Homemakers of

nority groups getting the kick in the pants, the end of bigots tion of a department head America, Allied Youth, pep Club, WJAX Radio station and

getting the satisfaction of calling a black man "nigger" and The Junior Varsity penned its third straight victory, de- several others Honorary clubs range from National Honor

getting away with it,the end of all youth being put down by feating Hialeah's J.V., 26-6 The Bulls suffered another upset Society, Quill and Scroll, Spanish National Honor Society to

adults, police, and authority, just because' of a few bad apples Oct 10 at Hialeah stadium The game ended :with Hialeah 14, Science and Math Honor Society With the many organizationswe

and believe me, not all of the so called bad apples are uau. Northwestern 6. Co-captains of the football team'forthe year have on campus there are two social clubs in existance, one
Harmon Brody is a good man,and you will find no bigoted prejudices 1969-70 Boswell and of which '
are Raymond Stephen Deal are the Guys and the Gal The purpose of ths club is
polluting his mind The Marching 100 journeyed to Orlanda Oct 10 to partici- to promote a better understanding between youth and the adult

pate in Beth une- Cookman's Alumni Classic Miss Northwestern world in order to maintain a democratic society ". '\

O.K. I bet you're saying, If everything was so right and nice, Brenda McCray, accompanied the band Don't let your thing get next to ya I I It. .
then why was he fired? To be perfectly honest with you, I do The Bulls will take on Miami Springs Oct. l'lat Hialeah
not know the reason or reasons why I can only imagine why. stadium


If you have ever listened to Harmon Brody and his panel of Captain and co-captain of the cheerlea.dersaJ'e: Wanda. Grove :Highlights

brilliant yet typical youth, then ( know that you know the rea- Sheffield and Katrine Mitchell. . ..
.
son for this misfortune. It never fails! It seems as though Correction: Shirley Byron and Beverly Roker maybe beard, JACKSON' '." .'"
BY DARLENE ;
whenever anyone speaks up for a minority, whether it be at 10:50 p.m. over WQAM instead of 6 p.m.

blacks, hippies, Indians, etc, he ceases to be admired by the IN OUR CHURCHES:

majority. Take for instance, Mr. John F. Kennedy. He spokeup St Paul AME,will have their annual Men's bay program,
for minorities-blacks and Cubans.He spoke and was assassinated How many of you out there participated in this protest for Sunday, October 26.

for it, Rev Martin Luther King spoke for the goodof peace? The way Isee it,we actually can't stop the war by protesting IN OUR COMMUNITY:, .

people, for peace, for justice, for freedom, for the minorities' but if the people make a big enough protest about a Our community extends heartfelt sympathy Mr,and MrS,

Where is our Dr, King, ? Our King has fallen because the matter, the establishment will finally begin to listen. As longas Victor Bain In the lost of his mother Sympathy to Mr. George .
'
majority did not agree with him, and his stride for harmony, we simply sit back and do nothing and say nothing, then Feltner in the loss of his wife ,' "

)' peace, and love among all men. Jesus Christ spoke for mi- Washington and even Florida think that we are all content and. Mrs, .Fannie Nealey and Mrs. Lola Langley visited 'our

norities; we thus call the results Hixplea the Crucifixion could care less about ending the Vietnam war. All of us in the city last week, they were the guest of Mrs. Norlie Bullard and

THINK, ABOUT IT t 11 I I black community should know that by now,.You have got to act Mr..,and Mrs Lawrence Nearey Mrs Nealey Is'the wife of
and put a bit of fire under authoritiesI use that phrase loosely James,'(Bobo) Nealey a former
.
This type of thing must cease Harmon Brody Is a man. Bad ) in order to get any action from them Gerald Tinker all Miamian.
always befalls the good doers Once. again-THINK ABOUT ITI I personally think the Mortorium was a fine idea. How city running back who was a graduateof
. . .. . manyof Gables Sr High, Js doing a swell job at Memphis State
have
had
you a son, a husband, or a father lost In the war? ,University.. On last
Saturday, Gerald started off playing in the
How many have had anyone lost In the Vietnam war? There'sa opening game of the
season with "
"Ending the war In Viet Nam is the most important task gigantic difference, you know. Who were we fighting for in Happy belated the "Baby Tigers.
birthday wishes
facing the American nation. Over the last fewyears, millionsof WWII? Who are we fighting for in this war? I believe in being WlllIS., to: James Howard and John

Americans have campaigned, protested, and demonstrated altruistic, but this is going too far! Get well wishes to Mrs Gloria
against the war. Few now defend the war, yet it continues. * * * at home Tlllman who's convalescing

Death and destruction are unabated: bombs and fire continueto Happy birthday wishes are extended to Teddy Hamiter who Welcome home Mr
Viet Nam our ally. Billions of dollars are' Alphonso Hall, who's home on leave
devastate South became 16 years of age on Tuesday. from the air force. ,
spent on war while the urgent domestic problems of this coun- Congratulations to Cheryl Edwards who was selected as a IN OUR SCHOOLS
try remain unattended. Moreover, the war has had a corrupting member of National Honor Society. The Cavaliers ;

influence on every aspect of American life, and much of We commend Father John F. Kiernan for his magnificent night with a defeated the K1Uian Cougars on last. Thursday
score of 21-12
(he national discontent can be traced' to its influence." works in getting action out of the Dade County School Board Co Saturday night
the
taken from literature by the Florida with his University of Miami will play MEMPHIS -
This was a fragment shrewd and sharp wit. You're marvelous, father. State fm quite '
Mobilization Committee to end the war in Vietnam.The meaning I'' suppose, my fantastic readers, ,that I have elaborated will be going to see some sure of theta many P00'8 a the community
mil .
behind this protest Is wonderful enough, so until we meet again, "I love each of you" Betram Taylor, Michael Clark and far faces Craig as Curry Gerald Tanker .

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Job Corps Graduates Get Scholarships P At

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.: To Fla. MemorialBenjamin :

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I Franklin said, attendent evils, some girls our area of which we can be -
"It's hard for an empty sack reach out to 1f--
to stand grasp the hand of- especially proud are the following -
upright. Today's fering opportunity through Job Job Corps graduateswho 7 a \
fluence might make this observation Corps. Most of them return are now attending Florida
"e'ven more per- to the community committed to Memorial College on scholar-
tinent, for poverty can causea a new and different life with ships:
person to sacrifice liberty, new capabilities. Some use
honor, integrity. this opportunity to gain greater Lorrie K. Jackson, 21411
To overcome poverty and its successes. Among those in SW 110th Ave., Clinton, Iowa
Job Corps Center; Johnnie B. .
Lewis, 4605 NW 24th Ave., J
$2.000 Clinton, Iowa; Yauvaline
Engineering Thompson, 2331 NW 74th Ter.,
I Poland Springs, Maine; and J
Patricia A, Williams, 186 NW '. t
Scholorships: OpenFlorida 47th St., Omaha Nebraska.
Lindsey Hopkins scholar-
Junior College stu- character, motivation, and ships have been awarded to
dents have until November 10 self-reliance, and recommen- Miss Annie L. Barksdale, 420
to make application for a full- dations. Candidates will be interviewed NW 10th St., Barbara Spiegler, Lgj.
tuition scholarship of $2,000in by a, committee or 1051 W. 45th Pl., Hialeah; ..
the University of Miami Individual representing e LaVerne Thomas, 2910 NW
School of Engineering.The ,Florida Engineering Society. 71st St. These scholarshipshave THE FIFTH DIMENSION RECORDS
scholarship program, Winner will be announced in been provided by the local -
in cooperation with the Florida (February.The members of the National "IT'S THE REAL THING" FOR COKE
Engineering Society, offers Council of Jewish Women.
award will be renewed
NEW YORK Members of the
famous
the candidate a choice of studyin for a second year provided the The National Councils for Fifth Dimension singing group relax -
the fields of architectural, recipient maintains a scholastic Jewish Women,Negro Women, and enjoy a Coke while they listen to a play back of their newest com-
civil, electrical, industrial, average of"B," satisfac- Catholic Women, and Church mercial for Coca-Cola entitled 'It's the Real' Thing". The new theme song
mechanical and engineering tory persona I standards and Women United have formed is being introduced throughout the nation this month as part of the new look of
science.To adequate progress toward an incorporated national,non- the 70s for Coca-Cola. The new look features a change in everything relating
be eligible to apply, the degree in profit organization called
engineering. The
to Coca-Cola the trademarks the
except script shape of the bottle
and the
candidate must be enrolled in School, through its Depart- WICS (Women In Community formula.
the second year ofapre-en- ment of Student Financial and Services). Since 1964 WICS
gineering program In a Career Planning, will attemptto volunteers have been dedicated -
Florida Junior College, have obtain other forms of financial to help young women find Wally Prater, (third from left) staff representative for The Coca-Cola
maintained at least a "B" assistance for other fina- training and job opportunitiesto Company s public relations department visits with (left to right) Ron Townson -
average and be recommendedby lists who demonstrate need. remove them from the de- Florence Larue, Billy Davis, Marilyn McCoo and LaMonte McLemore
an official of the Junior Col- For application forms, con- privation of poverty. during a break in the recording session.
lege attended. tact Dr. Murray I. Mantell,
Initial judging will be made chairman, civil engineering,
on the basis of each candidate department, School of Engi-
academic record, participation neering, University of Miami,
In extra-curricular acti- Coral Gable, Florida, 33124, I
vities, evidence leadership, or telephone 284-3391.



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Hello there all of you groovy readers:How's life been treat ,

ing you since the last time we communicated? Well, I don't Outstanding efforts presented by the Miami Jackson Generals -

know what has been happening in your lives this past week, butI I football team were exerted by three victories in which

can certainly tell you that mine has been very busy, With I North Miami, Hialeah and Coral Park were defeated. On Fri-
school going at full blast and keeping all of us on our toes, the Generals will be on the Killian Cougars at MiamiI -
many of us have had little time to really do what we want to do. I day
a r'sq Ic Dade Junior College.
School is however there times when that choiceof
alright; are their
The Soul Marching 100 have displayed new uniforms
take it or leave it approaches you, you'd definitely rather ideas
along with their original acts of creative and special
leave it. Life is fun and filled with adventure, mystery, and I talents no other band has yebverpowered.Hit soul songs they
How it is to be and able to it. I
suspense. grand young enjoy "
have played include My Cherie Amour, "The Whip, "Amen
must that most of fortunate to be in
say us are very living a "
Band officers
Brother and "Memphis Underground. and
world such as this. Now r m not making the entire world out to ,
section leaders include drum majors John McMinn, Glenn
be a house of fantasy and fairy tales. fm just trying to bring I
.. Nadine Alexander
John secretary and
Duncan Holiday
,
out how nice it is to be young. Whether you're physically
treasurer Cedric Poitier. Section leaders: are Ruth Jones
,
,
youthful or mentally youthful, you're still lucky to live with a '
light, happy, and youthful heart. Of course, these are only my '1l' 1/(,. < I bells; Nadine Alexander, flutes; Joy Little, clarinets; George
personal feelings toward the matter. Rushing, trombones; Earnest Welcher, drums; Ulysses

'.;:,!hi I Richardson, basses; and Larry, trumpets. The students in the
", marching band and music department would like to honor Mr.
<1r '
I received a poem from one of my schoolmates. She's a ; ''';f" t'" / :
sweet young person who truly has an eye and an ear for beauty. l r." I << I Eric Knight, our new band assistant. He was a former member

This is the poem which she gave me, which I think sums up of the Mays High School faculty where he taught music

my feelings. Sod Stitei 01 tie Meek I I also.creative He ideas.has Inspired the band this year with many new and

Talent is God given, Be humble As our soul sister for this week, we have the sprightand Moses Moore of our student body was recognized as an out-

Fame is man given, Be grateful lively Cheryl King. Cheryl is a senior at Miami standing athlete in The Miami Herald. Moses is on our football

Conceit is self given, Be careful. Edison High School. Some of her interests are music team where he plays offensive halfback.

and fashions. Cheryl is very Interested in the studyof I Patricia Stevens and Johnny Wilson did their Milk Thing"
think this is true because while we are trying to be- '
I so Afro-American culture. I commend her highly on I and were highly recognized by the South Dade Dairy Council
come young or stay young, we sometimes step on people to that. Stay sweet, Cheryl. House of Photography as examples of outstanding leadership ability citizenship
We must not
achieve the youth and happiness which we desire.
I Patricia is secretary of the student council and captain of our
let our desires and wants get the best of us. Just because we
cheering squad. Johnny is the president of Hi-Y Service Club
want something badly enough does not necessarily make it good
to before act must be ipaKaKKrsxKxrexaNorthwestern' t> C. iC*,<)SKar<:aI < I and plays offensive fullback on our varsity football team. Con
and right have. We must pause we we
gratulations to these Jackson Generals.
humble, we must be grateful,but most of all we must be careful
n Our Student Council officers attended a student council con-
Love, youth, and fame can be very dangerous. Heed my
I vention in Hialeah at Hialeah high school last weekend. Robert
warning. Be careful.
Simms, director of the human relations board of Miami
* * * was
the guest speaker and told about the roll of the school. Our

This week is truly "busting out all over." I was Informedthis ByBEVERLY discussion was on the student as a means of channeling

week by a very Intelligent andaspiringyoung man, Aaron Focus coping with students demands.
Straughter, that Harmon Brody,the commentator ofYoung Mi- ROKER Several of the students from various other schools spoke of

ami Speaks on WKAT was released from his duties on the radio Jackson as the "Ideal' school because of our standard regulations -

station. In more blunt words, he was fired. and the way they are executed., '. J
ac ;> ca erc > erc
Michael Know s and Vivian Sylvia semi-finalists in

This particular matter bothered me terribly, because each David A. Green, a junior, has received a youth award fox the national merit test scholarship program, while Darell
Sunday at 7:30, I made it a point to listen to Young Miami excellence. His selection was based on his unselfish attitude Walker is a finalist. Reaching this degree of excellence, if

Speaks. It's,quite difficult to find an Intelligent,understanding, and sustained willingness to contribute his time in needed they become winners they will receive an all expense scholarship

and contemporary person who can carry on a show which Involves work and to assist others. Equally important was his dedication to the college of their choice anywhere In the United

young people expressing their ideas, opinions,and viewsto to the highest principles of good behavior. States.
an audience of many many thousands of youth and adults.It The board the All students
youth advisory representing County Com are urged to participate in one of the many
takes a lot of knowledge,sagacity,and compassion to be able mission, approved David's nomination for the award. clubs and organizations on our school campus. There are

to speak, communicate, and compete with all people, with dif- Students of the month are: Michael Seymour and Lorri Cul- three types of clubs. Service, interest and honorary.You may

ferent views, from all communities, standings, and stationsin pepper. These seniors have been chosen to participate in the participate in any and all Interest and honorary clubs if you

life. laboratory research program being offered at Lindsey Hopkins qualify buy you may only participate in one service club If you

They are attending a class in statistics under the super qualify. Service clubs are: Anchor, Junior Miss. Opti-Miss,
Harmon Brody had each of these qualities and more. His vision and Tri-Hi-Y
of Mr. Mel Tennis. for girls and Hi-Y, Key, Civitan, and Interact
ideas were good, his thoughts were marvelous,his techniqueswere One of the main purpose of the program is to allow studentsto for the boys.Interest .

superb, and his beginning was the end. The end of minority experience the personal feeling of working under the direc- clubs include Visionettes, Future Homemakers of

groups getting the kick in the pants, the end of bigots tion of a department head. America, Allied Youth, pep Club, WJAX Radio station and

getting the satisfaction of calling a black man "nigger" and The Junior Varsity penned its third straight victory, defeating several others. Honorary clubs range from National Honor

getting away with it, the end of all youth being put down by Hialeah's J.V., 26-6. The Bulls suffered another upset Society, Quill and Scroll, Spanish National Honor Society to

adults, police, and authority, just because of a few bad apples Oct. 10 at Hialeah stadium. The game ended with Hialeah 14, Science and Math Honor Society With the organizations

and believe me, not all of the so called bad apples are uau. Northwestern 6. Co-captains of the football team for the year we have on campus there are two social clubs in existence, one

Harmon Brody is a good man,and you will find no bigoted prejudices 1969-70 are Raymond Boswell and Stephen Deal. of which are the Guys and the Gals The purpose of ths club is"

polluting his mind. The Marching 100 journeyed to Orlanda Oct. 10 to participate to promote a better understanding between youth and the adult

In Bethune-Cookman's Alumni Classic. Miss North- world In order to maintain a democratic society. \

O.K. I bet you're saying, If everything was so right and nice, western, Brenda McCray, accompanied the band. Don't let your thing get next to yal 1 J H .' -
then why was he fired? To be perfectly honest with you, I do The Bulls will take on Miami Springs Oct. 17 at Hialeah
not know the reason or reasons why I can only imagine why.If stadium.


you have ever listened to Harmon Brody and his panel of Captain and co-captain of the cheerleadersare, : Wanda. Grove :Highlights

brilliant yet typical youth, then ( know that you know the reason Sheffield and Katrine Mitchell. ,.,
Correction Shirley Byron and Beverly Roker maybe heard '" ;
for this misfortune. R never fails! It seems as though : "
at 10:50 over WQAM instead of 6 'BY DARLENE JACKSON; "
whenever anyone speaks up for a minority, whether it be p.m. p.m.

blacks, hippies, Indians, etc., he ceases to be admired by the IN OUR CHURCHES: .\

majority. Take for instance, Mr, John F. Kennedy. He spokeup St. Paul AME, will have their annual Men's bay program.
for minorities-blacks and Cubans.He spoke and was assassinated How many of you out there participated in this protest for Sunday, October 26.

for it. Rev. Martin Luther King spoke for the goodof peace? The way Isee it,we actually can't stop the war by pro IN OUR COMMUNITY:. ", "

people, for peace, for justice, for freedom, for the minorities testing, but if the people make a big enough protest about a Our community extends heartfelt sympathy to Mr.and Mrs..

Where is our Dr. King? Our King has fallen because the matter, the establishment will finally begin to listen. As longas Victor Bain In the lost of his mother. to .
Sympathy Mr. George
I majority did not agree with him, and his stride for harmony, we simply sit back and do nothing and say nothing, then Feltner in the loss of his wife. .

I ) peace, and love among all men. Jesus Christ spoke for minorities Washington and even Florida think that we are all content and Mrs, Fannie Nealey and Mrs. Lola Langley visited

I ; we thus call the results ofHixplea the Crucifixion. could care less about ending the Vietnam war. All of us in the city last week, they were the guest of Mrs, Nor lie Bullard and our
THINK ABOUT IT I 11 I I black community should know that by now,.You have got to act Mr./ and Mrs Lawrence
Nearey. Mrs. is' of
and bit of fire under authorities Nealey the wife
put a use that phrase loosely JatnesBobo; ) Nealey a former
Miamian
This type of thing must cease.Harmon Brody Is a man. Bad ) in order to get any action from them. Gerald Tinker all backlwho
city
always befalls the good doers.Once again-THINK ABOUT ITI I personally think the Mortorlum was fine idea. How manyof of Gables Sr running was a graduate
* * * you have had a son, a husband, or a father lost In the war? University.. On%last High te doing a swell job at Memphis State
How have had lost in the Vietnam Saturday, Gerald started off playing In the
many anyone war? There'sa opening of
game the
season with the "
"Ending the war In Viet Nam is the most Important task gigantic difference, you know. Who were we fighting for in I "Baby Tigers.
facing the American nation Over the, last fewyears, millions WWn? Who are we fighting for In this ward I believe in being waSsbehted birthday wishes to: James Howard and John

of Americans have campaigned, protested, and demonstrated altruistic, but this is going too farl Get well wishes to Mrs Gloria
against the war. Few now defend the war, yet It continues. * * * at home Tillman'who's convalescing

Death and destruction are unabated: bombs and fire ontinue Happy birthday wishes are extended to Teddy Hamiter who Welcome home
to devastate South Viet Nam, our ally. Billions of dollars are' became 16 years of age on Tuesday from the dr force, Mr- Alphonso, Hall, who's. home on leave

spent on war while the urgent domestic problems of this country ,Congratulations to Cheryl Edwards who was selected as a IN OUR SCHOOLS
remain unattended. Moreover, the war has had a corrupting member of National Honor Society The Cavaliers defeated; '

Influence on every aspect of American life, and much of We commend Father John F.. Kiernan for his magnificent night with the KlUlan. Cougars on last. Thursday -
: .t score of
the national discontent can be traced to Its Influence." works in getting action out of the Dade County School Board 01 Satuuday night 21.12

This was a fragment taken from literature by the Florida :with his shrewd 'aad sharp wit. Y88'H''marvelous, father PIUS State. fm quite, the University' of Miami will play MEM-

,Mobilization Committee to end the war In Vietnam.The mean- I suppose, my fantastic readers, t,hatJhave: elaborated, will be going to see some sure of the many familiar person's bees In the community

Ing behind this protest is wonderful enough, so until we meet again,' of you." Betram Taylor, MIchael Clark and Craig as Curry.Gerald Tinker -



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.: To Fla. MemorialBenjamin .: ,

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Franklin said, attendent evils, some girls our area of which we can be r
"It's hard for an empty sack reach out to grasp the hand offering especially proud are the fol-
to stand upright." Today's opportunity through Job lowing Job Corps graduateswho ne 53. \
fluence might \make; this observation Corps. Most of them return are now attending Florida A, 4 .
even more per- to the community committed to Memorial College on scholarships y
tinent, for poverty can causea a new and different life with :
person to sacrifice liberty, new capabilities. Some use
honor, Integrity.To this opportunity to gain greater Lorrie K. Jackson, 21411
SW lioth Ave., Clinton, Iowa
overcome poverty and its successes. Among those in
Job Corps Center; Johnnie B. rj '.
Lewis, 4605 NW 24th Ave., I'l !ji
$2.000 Clinton, Iowa; Yauvaline
Engineering Thompson, 2331 NW 74th Ter.,
I Poland Springs, Maine; and
Patricia A. Williams, 186 NW
Scholorships OpenFlorida 47th St., Omaha Nebraska.

Lindsey Hopkins scholar-
Junior College stu- character, motivation, and ships have been awarded to
dents have until November 10 self-reliance, and recommen- Miss Annie L. Barksdale, 420 '
to make application for a full- dations. Candidates will be interviewed NW 10th St., Barbara Spiegler, -L-: .
tuition scholarship of $2,000 by a committee or 1051 W. 45th PI., Hialeah; --' _
in the University of Miami individual representing e LaVerne Thomas, 2910 NW
School of Engineering.The ,Florida Engineering Society. 71st St. These scholarshipshave THE FIFTH DIMENSION RECORDS
scholarship program, I Winner will be announced in been provided by the local "IT'S
THE REAL THING" FOR COKE
in cooperation with the Florida I February.The members of the National
Engineering Society, offers award will be renewed Council of Jewish Women.
NEW YORK Members of the famous Fifth
The National Dimension singing group relax -
the candidate a choice of study for a second year provided the Councils for
in the fields of architectural, recipient maintains a scholastic Jewish Women,Negro Women, and enjoy a Coke while they listen to a play back of their newest com- "
civil, electrical, industrial, average of"B," satisfac- Catholic Women, and Church mercial for Coca-Cola entitled 'It's the Real Thing". The new theme song
mechanical and engineering tory personal standards and Women United have formed is being introduced throughout the nation this month as part of the new look of
science.To adequate progress toward a an incorporated national,non- the 70s for Coca-Cola. The new look features a change in everything relatingto
be eligible to apply, the degree in engineering. The profit organization called Coca-Cola except the script trademarks, the shape of the bottle and the
candidate must be enrolled in School, through its Department WICS (Women In Community formula.
the second year of a pre-engineering of Student Financial and Services). Since 1964 WICS
in a Career volunteers have been dedicated -
program Planning, will attemptto
Florida Junior College, have obtain other forms of financial to help young women find Wally Prater, (third from left) staff representative for The Coca-Cola
maintained at least a "B" assistance for other fina- training and Job opportunitiesto Company s public relations department visits with (left to right) Ron Townson -
average and be recommendedby lists who demonstrate need. remove them from the deprivation Florence Larue, Billy Davis, Marilyn McCoo and LaMonte McLemore,
an official of the Junior Col- For application forms, contact of poverty. during a break in the recording session.
lege attended. Dr. Murray I. Mantell,
Initial judging will be madeon chairman, civil engineering I
the basis of each candidate department School of Engi-
academic record, participation neering, University of Miami,
in extra-curricular activities Coral Gable, Florida, 33124,
evidence leadership, or telephone 284-3391.



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Cookin'with Stop U.S. AdvertisingBy

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J/M M South
African
--_.._- AirwaysIn

'BUTTER'y May of this year Con- rists, white or nonwhite.The Eg tie wag... 1

gressman C h a r 1 e s C.Dlggs, Civil Aeronautics
Jr. D-Michigan) demandedthat Board's Bureau of enforce-
.} MILTON "BUTTERBALL" SMITHSo the Civil Aeronautics ment has agreed In a letter to :
Board show cause why South the Congressman today that in by Joe Black
African Airways should notbe the absence of such a statement *7 I
many people have been asking what rmdoing since leav-
from in advertisementsare
ing WAME radio in August of this year. prevented engaging these
deceptive advertising. These misleading. South African
Well, after being in radio for the past sixteen years on
ads, designed to promote tra- Airways has therefore been
,
WFEC and WMBM, I went WAME for three years with Bro ,
vel to South Africa,referred to ordered to cease and desist t'
ther Ray, Nickie Lee, and Fred Hanna. And as most of you .. ,'
activities and accomodations from the distribution of bro- \,
know, WAME was sold this past year for one and a quarter \: ,
which were not available to chures and other promotional
million dollars. Nickie Lee and Brother Ray are now on WRIZ.
visitors on a non-discrimina- materials which refer to facilities I'm very pleased by the response I've gottento
I don't know where Fred Hanna is but I am now working for
torial basis. not available to series of the
per- my "By Way" messages.
the Alston Record Company, a subsidiary of Atlantic Records
It was the Congressman'sview sons of all races.
who have the proud distinction of having Aretha Franklin
,
that where South African Greyhound has long been that
Clarence Carter, Joe :Tex, King Curtis, Archie Bell and the aware our
Airways advertises facilities Diggs in hailing this historic
Drells, to mention a few. I have been appointed national pro- youth must play major role in assuring thatno
in South Africa It should at the order said it is analogous to
motion man for the Alston label. We record such greats as same time inform thepublicthat the caution that "cigarette component of our great American "melting
Betty Wright, Clarence Reid, J. P. Robinson,George& Gwen, should have
said facilities are not smoking may be hazardous to pot" to accept anything less than
Lattimore.Our .
and
Benny equally available to all tou- your health." equality and freedom. Therefore the
latest record by Clarence Reid is called "Gonna Tear messagesI
You A New Heart." J. P. Robinson has a swinging "Thing on present reflect the problems facing the black

a String." "Like Yesterday, Our Love is Gone" is a great B. F. Goodrich Completes $25,000 community today, as I see them.
new sound of George &Gwen.Betty Wright has two smash hits
soon to be released "Paint Me Blue, If you Leave Me,"'and For example, I feel very strongly that our

"Pure Love." We are sre that we have some real hot rec- Pledge to NCF youth must not be allowed to get hung up by

ords coming out, so support that Miami sound 'cause it's Akron, Ohio--The BF Good youth groups and welfare reacting with a purely emotional to
where it's at! rich Company roday announced agencies. This year the fund response
I think that all of those fabulous talents will soon become payment of the final $5,000 will provide$32,800 in National black problems, to a point where they lose the
great stars with Clarence Reid and Willie Clarke writing, and installment on its pledge of Merit Scholarships and will capacity to think for themselves..and I've saidso.

Brad Shapiro and Steve Alaimo producing.We hope to come up $25,000 to the United Negro grant colleges and universi- The late Malcolm X said very much the
with some of the top tunes In the country. Wish! us luck! College Fund's Development ties $172,000 for operatingfunds
I have been trying for the pastfewweeks to give you in this Committee, New York City. and $82,000 for capital same thing in a talk to a group of teenagers,

column one of our favorite recipies because so many people The grant was made through funds under its aid education. when he stated : "One of the first things young

have been asking about Cooking with Butter.Nowhere is whatwe B.F. Goodrich Fund, Inc., and program. people of today should learn is how to see for
will do; for the best recipe of the week we will give the payment was made in five themselves, listen for themselves, and
winner album of their choice. So send those recipes to In
an Installments
equal starting "Any wH.r. In the world think for themselves." I believe that! I also
Cooking With Butter, c/o The Miami Times. 1965. wont to go"
you
Here's one of rav favorite redoes: believe that the black people who are going to
BOILED FISH AND GRITS The company also announced TICKftt 4'o'TNO move up in our society are the ones who are
3 to 6 Ibs. of Grouper head. a grant of $3,000 to the MOM AT
smart enough to exercise control
2 lbs. of onions United Negro College Fund, some over
1 bell pepper New York City. Since 1957, their emotions, and start preparing themselves

1/4 lb. of diced salt pork and bacon BFG Fund, Inc.,has contributed TMYEL 4U2UI/ fOr new opportunities and responsibilities.That's .
.,' 1 stick of butter $32,000 to assist with the
2 cups of grits. operating expense of the "Your Neighborhood Travel the secret of true Black Power. And

Soak groupers in lime juice and vinegar with salt and pepper United Negro College Fund. Ag.nti"At spreading that secret around is what "By the

overnight if possible, or for a few hours. Saute' onions and near to you o. your Way" by Joe Black is all about.
bell pepper and salt pork with bacon. Add bay leaves and B.F. Goodrich Fund, Inc., lolophono. Give ui a coll.
thyme. While doing this, boil water for grits. Add a pinchof has contributed more than $6 WE DELIVER. 7543517.
assist 6105 NW 7th Av.nu.
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salt to water and a little oil to keep grits from sticking.Mix Chat. C. North Manager '
grouper, onions, bell pepper, salt pork, and bacon, In educational' institutions 0 s- '.. ,. ,\ ''ft.Jr '
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a boll. Turn the fire down'and add butter, more lime Juiceto .. : J&eB'lackt.

taste and salt and pepper to taste. ------- .'-.; ,...i: .-t *', Vice President
Let this cook for about five minutes over low flame. Serve Jac r-M ';----l .,.'1 ,", 1}ji "1't The Greyhound Corporation

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Good Guys SoughtDo Friendship Garden And Civic Club MeetsThe

you know a little Mr.and annual Christmas party- Children, to be eligible, executive board of the made folders containing the carried on the meeting unin-
Miss 'Good Guy'? The second place winners must be Dade County elementary club held a very successful agenda for the day's meetingand terrupted.
The Miami Police Benevo- will receive $50 U.S. Savings school pupils and will be meeting at the home of Mrs. a calendar for the year,
lent Association is looking for Bond and a pair of third place chosen for the courtesy and Ethel Primus in Hialeah on both of which will be used Devotion began with a fer-
just such a pair of youngsters.The winners will get $25 U.S.Savings respect they have shown their Saturday, Sept. 25. throughout the year. vent prayer by Rev. Mickens,
two first place winners Bonds. teachers, parents and friends, The regular meeting for the Several new and Interesting followed by the Ten Command-
each will receive i $100 U.S. The child's name, age and as well asgeneralgoodbehavior. fiscal year was held at the: Ideas were expressed by the ments of human relations,
Saving Bond. They also will school should be given in the home of Mrs. I. C. Mickens, different members which indicates read by the chaplain.The .
l help officially greet Santa letter, as well as telling why Letters can be sent, to Officer 5814 NW 18th Avenue. a full and successfulyear
he Miami Police Mrs. Mickens greeted each of activities ahead. meetings will be held
Claus when arrives.via the that youngster is worthy of Ron Koivu,
Goodyear Blimp 10a.m., being a little Mrror Miss Department, 1145 NW 11th St. member with a corsage of the Rev. Mickens was the ideal every two weeks on the first
Nov. 28, at the Miami PBA's 'Good Guy'. Deadline is Nov. 19. club flower and colorful hand host while President\ Mickens and third Saturday at 3 p.m.Rita .

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Julia Goes to School I

Congressman Powellto 4+r w iIMJ1Z, Television has taken on a with reading material more
f new role and Is helping hun meaningful than most regular
dreds-of-thousands of disad- school texts. General Foods
Address Jack & Jill vantaged youngsters Improve sponsor of the Julia program,,
their reading ability.The cha- paid the printing costs for the
racters from the popular Julia readers, which are now being
television show Diahann Car- used by schools In several
Regional ConferenceHarlem's roll (Julia), Marc CopageCo- cities around the country.Yolanda .
rey) and Michael Link(Earl J. -
Waggerdorn) -- are starringin
U.S. mothers to stimulate social a
The Money Walk, a high interest -
Congressman Adam Clayton and cultural relationship be- booklet
Powell will deliver the principal 1l 1- tween our children." Its pro- easy-to-read
fourth fifth and sixth V
for ,
l address at the Mothers' however to
grams, ,are geared
booklet alms to
Eastern Regional Conferenceof engulf all children, says Mrs. graders. The children
Jack& Jill America, Inc. Eleanor C. DeLoache,National provide ghetto-area
during the group's Saturday President, of Columbus,
(October 18) banquet at the Ohio. Mrs.DeLoache,who will
Garden City Hotel in Long Island be attending the ReglonalSes-
N.Y. sion, presides over a Mothers
The Democratic Congress- membership that now exceeds ;
man's appearance will high- 6,000, representing 126 chap- e 4h 4
light the weekend meeting, ters in 35 states and the District _
.i which kicks off Friday evening of Columbia.
(Oct. 17)) andconcludesSundayOct. The group's activities on a
( 19)). Mrs. Vivian D. He- national scale have included ,
witt, of Manhattan, director support of a number of charitable j r'
oU a c k & J ill's Eastern Re- organizations, but its local ,
gion, which embraces some 30 units have alsobecome involved i E E9a Edwards was bornin
local chapters. in worthwhile community '- Monroe Lousiana,she finished
projects especially In William Raines Senior
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.. programs geared to health-and Mira Waters Has Role in Freddie Monroe Is presently High School,Jacksonville,
the disadvantaged.Last employed in the Coaching Florida and g r a d u ate d from
year, Jack & Jill esta- "The Tree"Pert unit of CEP. After graduationfrom Buthune-Cookman Collegewith
blished the Jack & Jill of Learning Booker T. WashingtonHigh a major in Sociology.
America Foundation, Inc. 'to. School here in Miami,be was Miss Senior at Bethune-
pretty Mira L. Waters is only 24. Yet already
carry on educational, literary, attended FloridaA&MUniversity Cookman and was very active
,.a scientific and charitable pur- she has been surrounded by more glamourand in Tallahassee.He served in many school affairs. She is
.C..RADAM poses," increasing theop- glitter than most women see in a lifetime. She five years In the U.S. Army. also a member Alpha Kappa
RCIt portunities for children In the gave it all up to pursue her first loveacting.The Before coming to CEP Freddiewas Alpha Sorority. Before comIng -
areas of education cultural the Food Fair to CEP she worked
dimunitive ((5'2"), brown-haired, brown- employed by at
growth and civic responsi- Stores as an apprentice meat Family Welfare Association in
eyed Afro-American beauty currently is
costarringin
POWELL bility. cutter. He then worked for Daytona Beach, Florida and
Theme of the three-day In its first major step, The Gordon Parks' "The Learning Tree." She plays EOPI as a community worker. Wooklawn Day Care Center in
Foundation headed Arcella the demure but wayward girlfriend of He is married and Jacksonville
meeting, hosted by the Nassau by Mrs. top- has three Florida.She now
County (N.Y.) Chapter Jacqueline Robinson of Mc- billed Kyle Johnson. The Warner Bros.--7 Arts release children and likes dancing and holds the position of PreVocational -
"Preparation for Black Lead Lean, Va., awarded a grant of is Miss Waters' first film., "Enjoying Life." Education Instructor.

ership." Mr. Powell's address $10,000 a demonstrationprojectatthe to supportresearchand Three years ago, Mira was half a world away

spirited I will workshop follow a series sessions of University of Pittsburgh on from the demands and rewards of Hollywood, living

headed by Dr. Keith Baird,Director learning techniques for pre- comfortably in New York and Paris and BurundiEast I iiIEJrLiiI
Afro-American and school children, principallythose ( Africa) as the wife of an African diplomat.She .
Latin Cultural Center, New Another in ghetto neighborhoods. hobnobbed with such luminaries us the Shah of

York City William; the distinguishedJudge H. Booth scheduled$10,000 at the presentationis University, Iran, Ralph Bunche, Mrs. Joseph Po. Kennedy and

former Chairman of the New, Saturday, October 25. Kadi, the niece of French Premier George Pompidou.

York City Commission on Human -
Rights; Dr. Jean Gilbert, -
Assistant Professor of Educa- M
tion, City University of New L.k.
York, Brooklyn C o 11 e g e;and
the nationally-known Rhody I

McCoy, Unit Administrator, ; : : ;
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Brooklyn.Mrs.. .Mary A. Wilder, I if2't.' COUPON SALE
Chairman of the Nassau Chap
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coordinator Workshop which of the will Conference address TO GET THESE PRICES

Itself to such relevant topicsas
: "The Implications for Afro fw; L/STERINE
American Cultural Contribu-
tions as a Basis for Self-Dis- Ww ;V .
PINTS Rit 20.Th.
covery and SelfRealization"Dr. d .'
( Baird); "Significant De- ounce
signs for Effective Political LIMIT 6 u" 1.49ap
and Civic Commitment"Judge BOTTLES ET
( Booth); "The Psycho-
Socio Dynamics of BlackL "
e a4 e r s n 1 p" (Dr.Gilbert);
and "Leadership Education... .
Whose.Responsibility (Mr. .
McCoy). ,"<' 1.1
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Kappa Alpha women were in Highlighting the meeting was I; !
attendance at the annual the keynote address from Mrs. ; ?
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Neighborhood Meeting held on Margaret B. Roach, South At-
October4, at the plush DuPont lantic Regional Director of Alpha -
plaza Hotel. Local sorors of Kappa Alpha Sorority.Mrs. .
Gamma Zeta Omega Chapters Roach, who serves as the -. .'
e r v e d as hostesses for the Social Studies Supervisor for
meeting which attracted he north area ofBroward,
neighboring sorors from Eta County, was ably introducedto
Eta Omega Chapter in Fort the group by Mrs. Nayme
Pierce; Zeta Rho Omega Williams, past Supreme First
Chapter in Fort Lauderdale; Anti-Basileus of the Sorority.Mrs. .
Zeta Tau Omega Chapter in Williams, describedMrs.
Del ray Beach; and Delta Eta Roach as an illustrious
Chapter from Florida Memorial woman; a great woman a dynamic g
C o 11 e g e. Mrs.Homie Re- woman and anhumanitarian V
hulas, Basileus from Gamma who continues to keep
Phi Omega, Ft. Valley State, Alpha Kappa Alpha"where the
Georgia, motored hundreds of action is." __
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, Zeta Omega (Miarm); Barbara Gaston, Zeta Rho Omega, Ft.
Roberts, Orlando; Betty Jennins, Gainesville, Fla.,
Tau Omega, Delray Beach; Lon F.: Floyd, Eta Eta Omega,
Regulas, Gamma Phi Omega, Ft. Valley State, Georgia;
Delta Eta, Florida Memorial College. ,
ON THE SEVEN TARGETS PROGRAM: From left to right:I
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Kappa Alpha Sorority was presented to Miss EddieM. '

Wilson (shown holding award) by Mrs. Margaret 1 .
BRoach, South Atlantic Regional Director of Alpha
i Kappa Alpha Sorority and keynote speaker for the 1.

Neighborhood Meeting. I& ,
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Mrs. Margaret Roach presenting
veted attendance cup to Mrs. Joyce Fisher, Basi-
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Standing left to L __
sorors: _
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right Two: Mmes.very Mayme Williams, Past Supreme First .... #_y,,'" ._. _____
Anti-Basileus, and Margaret B. Roach, South Atlan- Planning I i Committee. Seated: left to right: Standing left to right: Miss Edna M. DeVeaux, Mmes.
, tic Regional Director. Miss Eddie M. Wilson, Mmes. Connie Sutton, Rose Mayme Williams, Sue Francis, Eleanor Johnson,
Elect Seat- Stewart, Basileus; Grace Albert, Miss Ethel Grice, Lila Cobb,. Pauline Austin, Pearl Puryear, Inn
The local Basileus and Basileus and Marion: Mmes. Marion Allen, Basileus- Elect, Dorothy Edwards Haley, and, Arleen Williams.
. .ed from left to right: Mmes. Rose Stewart Naomi Grant and Charlotte Ford Clark.
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THE MIAMI TIMES Friday, October 17, 1969

. Social Security Service RepresentativeMrs. gvmToTB nTmni B yrramnnrfg a t ff sfswffriKaleidoscope

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Bettye Reed enteredon del City Social Security Officeat

[ duty at the ModelCitySocial 5225 NW 12 Ave. from the
Security Office. If Mrs.Reed's West Palm BeachSocialSe- By ROBERT J. SYE

I smile seems especially happy curity Office where she start-

it is because it was taken on ed her career in social security James Brown, considered by many as the number one soul

| her birthday, Sept. 18, 1969. in January 1966. She has singer in the United /States is also rapidly gaining a reputa-

4 .... worked her way up the ladderof tion as a top lover. His recent prowess was reportedly illustrated -

success, starting as a mail in a court case; having been charged with fathering the

clerk. She has also worked in By- child of Miss Mary Florence Brown, the president of Brown's

the Springfield Massachusett ADLINE PONTIPHFLET Sacramento Fan Club (definitely strained his home relations)

Social Security Office but "Poppa's Got A Brand New Bag" ? Actor Sidney Poitier

much prefers to live in South The executive board of the plained the society insigniaand has done two beautiful and meaningful things this year: (10
Florida. She hired Walter Burrell to his next Nov 2 and
came toMiamitobe of have publicist PR pix ,
Performing Arts society suggested we a large
with her husband Grandville Greater Miami had its first version of it made for a piano ((2) starring in a sequal to the dynamic role ot"Virgl1 Tibbsin

\ ..."., Reed, a staff writer for the Mi- meeting in a series of three, decor at the Fontainebleau "The Heat Of The Night,' entitled Tibbs" .

l ami Herald. They have Just Tuesday night. Each memberof Hotel. This was unanimously Producer Lawrence Turman has cast a few blacks in 20th-

.- been blessed by thecutestlittle the executive was asked to agreed upon and Mrs. Dora Fox's "The Great White Hope:' James Earl Jones, Beah
: i baby girl ever Richards Virginia Capers and Joel Fluellen to name a few
t you saw. give a report pertaining tohisor Dworkis even volunteered to ,
,; H;. ..... -1 Her name is Lachane Reed. her department. Our Social embroider this beautiful insignia but speculations are rampant about will there(a)be any blacksto
,
'.J
ie.. .\e,tom.,...1 X11tt They have one other daughter, secretary, Mrs Genevieve in a felt banner arrangement man cameras, (b) handle the grips, (c) production assis-

.H. ;. Sabrina. Firman, in her report, said For lack of time tants, and finally (d) who will handle the publicity for the unit?
.1' ar in Publicity for this kind of film is important and the
Mrs. Reed said what she enjoys that everything was very muchup this will not be displayed very ,
I shall best possibles for such an exploitation is a black PR man.
eletltrr most about her work is to date inso far as plans December, however, we
. .. \ helping people which she does were concerned. We are look forward to seeing the Would you believe that "Hope's" PR man is a man named

with a flourish. Her fellow await ing our newly designed proposed masterpiece at the Hershberg, Jack. .
"""
BETTYE REED effort. If you're over thirty then you remember Butterfly McQueenof
workers are truly inspired by stationery which is goingto spring
"Beulah" and "Gone With The Wind" fame well she's backin
Reed's be out of this ;
Mrs. position as her zest and enthusiasm that something
entails Mr. Allen Dworkis, one of films she's tapped to do George Abbott revival of "Three .
service representative she uses in attacking her work world. Our art director, Miss
such duties as interviewing and daily problems. In fact the Elizabeth Shoemaker, has our honorary patrons, spokeof Men On A Horse' .Dionne Warwick is headed for stardom.
the many proposed invitations Her role in "The Slaves" has upped her in the eyes of the
callers. She can help you with only reason she stopped work- confirmed that. We've had the
to have the and the for role in
PerformingArts public producers. She's up a Richard At-
questions on medicare, or ing long enough to haveher expert guidance of our official
Society perform in "Hadrian VH and musical Victor Beau-
sev- tenborough's a by
,
questions folks may have who picture taken was due to the art consultant, Mrs. Evelyn
eral Miami Beach functions. mount called "Bake Arthur Lee
Apple. Simpkins sung
social Holland who is of
have already filed for fact it was her birthday.Againwe the owner
Although there are definate at the testimonial dinner at the Century Plaza for Supervisor
security monthly benefits, as wish Falco Printing Company herein
birthday
you happy plans for three such concerts Ernest Debs, and awed the prestiges gathering Stu Gilliamis
well as many other general Bettye and a warm welcome to Miami. Olive green ink,our
forthcoming, we are visualiz- making his debut in a starring role.He's sked to do "ListenTo
official color will be used on
questions. the staff at Model City Social ,
ing few Of The Man" for
quite a more. producer Richard Sokolsky- and that's no
Mrs. Reed comes to the Mo Security Office. a glossy ripple type velum.All
the names of our official patrons course, Mr. Lapierre is pro- joke from "Funny You Should Ask." .. Jim Brown and Chuck
tecting the fact that our stu- Connors are the best Public Relationists this country has ever
our honorary patronsand
executive will be shownto dents have to work and studyas sent to Spain. Chuck and Jim didn't go over and attempt to awe
to the Spaniards with their wealth and talent from
opposed always prepar- ; they came
the left of the business-type
ing for some public presen- the heart. Jim and Chuck are avid participants fans of the
Pall MallMenthoI100 letter Old English script is
tation. With sports baseball football and basketball ordered
our official lettering and the proper spacing : so they
between activities I'm sure some footballs and equipment and baseballs, bats and glovesfor
society insignia with it's many
will work out. the Jim is El Condor" with
curlykews will adorn the left- everything youngsters. doing Lee Van
Cleff Rafer Johnson will address the National Assn for
hand corner. Impressive, in- At this writing I can only
deed. Miss Fir man said the tell you that the above infor- the Retarded Convention Oct. 11,
It's amazing how often singer Lou Rawl's name is linked
secretarial would rent an IBM mation is only a headline of
typewriter with an italictypeball the activities discussed herein. with projects tha t he reportedly isn't even aware of. He was

arrangement so that let- Much of the material can- said to topline Harry Kane's production of "The Fear-

on r..yet milder. ters to over five hundred potential not yet be disclosed for lack less Five," which is now sandbagged, and recent denials

patrons would be indi- of justification. To you we only cropped up that he's not a part of Batik Wine & Spirits, Inc.,

vidually typed. We want no speak of a sure thing as I'm America's first black wine company, as previously reported.

printing so that each letter will sure you would rather have it. Rawls was headlined with music conductor H. B. Barnum, his

be an individual letter addres- former music director Woody Strode, the actor from
It was a grand meeting in the whose body the famed motion picture academy of arts and
sed to alone. Of
; :i one the person will take studio-home of the Paul La sciences "Oscar" was sculptured, is quietly working.He's in
course project
r"H? Pierre School of MusicalArts Dion De Laurentiis' production of "The Devil's Backbone"
all of We the
one month. hope
and our next get-together Is Perhaps, the greatest conglomeration of black talent
fruit of this effort will beam-
scheduled for Tuesday, Nov. ever assembled are on the "Leslie Uggams Show' Such
;, pie
:
,::, ;, Miss Elizabeth Shoemakerour 4th. season performances as Lincoln Kilpatrick, currently in

":', :,',",::: assistant social secretaryas Two Sundays ago saw our Harold Robins "Stilleto;' Johnny Brown, comlc-singer-im-
': ,: ',' pressionist from the famed Broadway show "Golden Boy "
;
Publicist Miss
Society
well as art director, ex- ,
Blanche Calloway prepare Alison Mills,, a strong and dynamic actress who is fated for

':, tapes for four consecutive stardom; and of course, the soulful Miss Uggams, who
: amazes this columnist with each
Phone performance
: "Progress Report" (WMBM)
r 633-1714 broadcasts By consecutive, Imagine Diahann Carroll being on the cover of a comic-

I mean four consecutive Wed- book. Mad, the often caustic magazine, did a take-off on the
the 19th show in which Diahann stars, called "Jewllia," and instead of
11111 nesdays beginning on
',: BOBBY'S of November. Please remem- making Diahann "mad", she was delighted. In fact, it'll be

: INTERIORSCustom ber the dates.' Many of our society framed and put,oq Diahann's dressing room wall Lloyd

members will be Interviewed Haynes, who two years ago was the office boy at Heatter-

9 -Made at that time. Quigley Productions, is surprising everyone with his acting
ability and his acceptance the Room 222" is
Bobby Marguess, owner by public rapidly -
:,' ":, DRAPERIES I would like to thank those becoming a favorite of TV viewers Who is Jet Fore, a

BEDSPREADS wonderful ladies who calledme reported publicist for 20th; and what has he got that would

rr VALENCES asking me to resume my make James Earl Jones say "I want you with me in this next

FESTOONS favorite closeout- Please love picture" The prevalent question: Who will it be, Diahann

> 1 ry :, one another, always.be happy Carroll, Nancy Wilson, Abby Lincoln, Dionne Warwick, Ketty

ir .........-.-.-.-.-.-.-.-.-.-.-.-.-.-.--..-.-.-.u.._.__.._.u.._._._._.. ...._...._...........0-....._.. Lester, Margie Day, Ena Hartman, Stacy Smith, or an unknown -
: ? independent producer Jay Weston recently purchasedthe

screen rights to Morton Cooper's Star" the

i best book ever',written about a black female singer. It has

: nxr everything,and should be filmed immediately. It embodies the

+ balancement of guts and truth that surpasses such sellers as

r b P3. "Valley of the Dolls," "The Love 'Machine," "The Billie

Holiday Story," "His Eye On The Sparrow," or any other

black or white written novel. It's. heavy, entertaining, and

loaded with "what's happening now," But more importantly, ?

it's the most marketable property ever published, secured or

could be filmed So high is this pillar on "Black Star," thatI
U.S.
submit a tentative cast of course with R, J, Sye-Asso-

Government ciates doing the Unit PR- Nancy,Diahann, or Abby as Robin

figures show Hamilton, the protagonist; Fred Williamson or Scocey Mit-
chell as Jesse Nash the black who
anger gave the last flicker
f .: ': .? Pall Mall wM of love to Robin; Rod Steiger as Caleb Atwood, the bigot;

MenthollOO'slower Glynn Turman as Jesse's brother;and that's an excellent start.It .

in"tar" Yu, we've got more soul, and if you ore looking would be beautiful if Sue Shapiro Coordinated a package with

: for soul Stop by the: Jay Weston for the "Black Star" '. Jetting to New York
f than
Wednesday to discuss opening up a branch office Check
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ii THE MIAMI TIMES,
17, 1969
21 .
I James Washington Was One Of The First Black imen"


If feel that today-opportuni- abuse of the lawbycertain but by the image he presentsand "The City of Miami police "As for myself, if I had to
then for a policeman are great elements in the Central Negro the vitalbehind-the-scene department wants good, young do it all over again, I would
I tike fails to take advantage District that prompted Wash- work in luring other promising men," Officer Washingtonsaid still become a policeman for I
pert.It then it's his fault. ington and other civicmindedmen young men into the depart "and this Is their chanceto the City of Miami," veteran -
today are to consider Joining the police ment. stand up and be counted." lawman said.Lady .
20, open," Officer Washing- force

Officer Washington has ,
| decision."I young man todaycanac- worked almost every duty in '" 't "
almost anything he the 6'70-man police depart-
The work is steadyand ment, from foot patrolman to
is good and so are the plain-clothes investigator to r a
conditions." his present position in the property -
end Officer Washington can section. '
\ days whenthe sit. But the contributions made a rep
was not a s it is today. by men like Officer Washington -
I his fact; it was the flagrant can never be measured

.--- ., .. --_ .- solely by the officer's duties,
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Red Cross


, Annual Youth


ILJ.i WorkshopLuncheon

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A workshop-luncheon
principals and Red Cross
teacher-sponsor volunteers in
Dade County secondary
iNir 4 schools will be held at 12 noon

r-.. A_. ti __ on Thursday, Oct. 16th. The
annual planning session will beheld
Officer James Washington i checks over his at Fellowship,Miami
supply of uniforms in the property room at the Cityof Shores Presbyterian Church, Hadley Chapter #137 O..E.S. of Opa-locka announces that its meet-
Miami police department. Since joining the force 602 N. E. 96th Street. ing has been, changed from the first ,Sunday to the second Sunday in each

in 1944, OfficerWashingtnn has worked almost every The program to discuss month at 3 p.m. at the House of Albert, 15035 NW 22nd Ave. At the last meet-,
possible assignment and believes that law enforce-, the plans Red and Cross special youth projects for ing, four,members were added to our chapter.
programin Pictured above members of the Seated left to'right,
chapter.
are
ment is a promising career for young men. Miami- area secondary schools are Sis-
Metro Department of Publicity & Tourism photo. during the new school year will ters Lillian Ross, ,recording secretary; Beatrice Guest, treasurer; Sir Knight
be headed by Mr. Nelson Randolph Patterson, W. Daughter Nellie Headley, W..M..; Mary Mosley, A.M.
Adams, chairman of the Red Settle Roberts, financial Secretary and Odessa, Neal, queen of the chapter.
Cross youth committee.
Mr.
Flowers by MODERNDAYWe Adams, principal of Dunbar Second row: Left to right, Sisters Lizzie Class, Jean Pieze, Silverstine
elementary school, has been Blake, Eliza Kidd, Norma Jean Gante, Dorothy Williams, ,Pauline Thompson,
Specialist In all Typ Of Floral Designs active in the Dade County Juanita Gardenshire, Mary Blackshear, Lou Ella Snell and Bemiese Walker,
Weddings Funeral Parties school system and Red Cross Thirrowd left to right Sisters Annie Adker La
Bar Mitzvahs youth work for more than 20 : Rue Sielesf, Bessie John-
Decorators of Horn Planters years. He is also a member of son, Lola Saulby, Ida Riggins, Ossie Mae Burns. Not shown: Odessa Payne,
Give a Pint Bouquet from MO DERM DAY me Red Cross board of direc Alice Sanders, Lila Tynes, Nina Coley, Mary Mead, Rebecca Lowery, Lottie
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22 THE MIAMI TIMES,_ Friday, October 17,_1969
RANGE

loving IN MEMORIAMIn memory of my mo- MRS. ESSIE ALBERT LEE JOHNSONof DAVE WILLIAMS of 1550

I I rCARS MEMORIALS DEATHS I ther, father and brother, 17240 Duval Ave., died Oct. NW 67th Street died Monday,

MRS. JENNIE CARNEGIE 6 at Baptist Hospital. Sur- Oct. 13th at Jackson Memorial
October 17,1951MR. vivors include two daughters Hospital. Mr.Williams is survived

IKE CARNEGIE Barbara Jean and Alberta; one by his wife, Geneva;and
I IN MEMORIAM IN MEMORIAMIn IN MEMORIAMIn February 24,1954 granddaughter, Veronia, mo- .two sisters, Mrs. Mattie Lee

of MR. ROBERT CARNEGIE ther Mrs.Elizia Gilbert;three Green and Mrs. Rose Georgeof
In loving memory of memory of my dear hus- loving memory 26 1935 Shannon Lottie Lester, Fla Funeral ser-
April aunts Quincy
,
__, ______ _,_.__u.__ band '-.., '
;; May they rest in peace and and Lannie Davis; two unclesL vices will be held Saturday,
REV. LEON SAUNDERSIt's light perpetual shine upon D. Roundtree and Samuel Oct 18th, 4 p.m. at TriumphThe
one year darling since you them. Roundtree; one devoted friend Church and Kingdom of
been gone. We miss you and Fernando N e g r 0 n. Serviceswere God in Christ, with Prince

love you but God loves you Thelma Carnegie held Saturday, 4 p.m. in Williams, officiating.MRS. .
best. Sleep on darling and take
f the chapel.
your rest. MRS. RACHEL BROWN of EDNA McCALLTHOMAS -

IN MEMORIAM 22180 SW 122nd Ave., Goulds of 7320 NW 17th Avenue,

ders Loving and wife family, MurielSaud- I In memory of the later died Oct. 6 at Hialeah Conva- died ather home, Monday, Oct.
I lescent Home. Survivedbyone 13th. She is survived by her
devoted friend Mrs. Evelyn husband, Dock; three daugh-

IN MEMORIAMIn Rhodes. ters, Valarie Bain, Venndarle
LEROY ROBERTS of 2323 Thomas and Kimberley Wil-

sad but loving memory of NW 52nd St., died Oct. 9 at liams; a son, Gerald Hamilton -

our dear mother, Jackson Hospital. Survivors ; two sisters, Patricia
BISHOP
} W.L. LOCKETT zf
include wife Levinia; mother Wooten and Sarah Day;; five

( who departed this life October --- .-. f Geneva; one son Leroy Jr., brothers, Wallace and Carl M.
j 19, 1968. BURNETTEH.BULLARD two daughters Joan and ClaraM. McCall, Spencer, Major and

He is gone,but not forgotten who departed this life August .; three sisters Ethel Sim- John W,, Cost, Jr.; several
{ Rest on dear husband. Your 16,1959. mons, Oderra Owens, Mamie aunts, Including Mrs.Ntaa Bethel -

: loving smiles, and your gentle He is gone,but not forgotten. Mobley; four brothers Roscoe ; three uncles and other
;\ face will be remembered, for Locso, Oliver and Horace.Re- relatives.Funeral serviceswill

no one can fill your vacant Sadly missed by: mains were shipped to Savan- be held Saturday,October

place. Harcourt and Adline Bullard nah, Ga.JAMES. 18th, ,2 p.m. in the chapel.
LEWIS of 7641 NW
parents
16th Ave. died Oct. 7 at Jack
From your devoted wife Madam ,
Brothers, sisters, nieces, MRS.DILLffi BELLAMY, of
son Hospital. Services were
Lockett and
family
nephews, other relatives 1510 NW 67th Street died Sat-
-u-- held Wednesday in the chapel.
LETA FINLAYSONwho Survivors include his mother urday, Oct. 11th at Mt. Sinai I

IN MEMORIAMIn departed this life October Elvira Douglas; one sister Hospital. Survivors include i
CARD OF two sons Aaron and John four
THANKSThe 18, 1967. Addle M. Baker; one brother : ;
loving memory of my beloved MRS. MATTIE D. KITCHENSwho Loving memories of you will Willie B.MRS daughters, MazonDavisAlma
husband departed this life Oct. 13, family of the late never fade from our hearts. MARY LOUSE JONES Livingston, Dorothy Bellamyand
1968. MR. BRUCE SAUNDERSKey Rest in peace. of 1719 NW 65th St., died Oct. Bertha Dukes; 33 grand-

We have spent many hours West, Florida Clarence A, Finlayson,hus- 11. Survivors include three children; two great grand

remembering that sad day,and wish to express sincere thanks!:. band, the family and friends. sons Larry D., Daryl B., and I children; three stepdaughters,
the days thatfollowedwhich and appreciation to their many Willie J.; one sister Eddie M, Dorothy Brown, Josephine
F: have left a gap that cannot be friends in the Miami area for Lewis; three brothers WillieC. Marg L. Robinson; three stepsons

filled in our lives, she is gone their acts of kindness, cards, IN MEMORIAM ., George and James. Re James,' Lewis and Joe
1 1 but not forgotten.Mrs. telegrams, flowers, call and j mains will be shipped toCuth- Robinson; and a stepbrother,
visits during their hours of bereavement In memory of the late bert, Ga., Friday at 9:45 a.m. R. J. Hidge. Friends may pay

Cara Robinson,daugh- Your words of MRS. MARY L. FARMER; their respect on Thursday

ter, Mrs. Susie Mr.Tuft, sympathy and acts of kindness dV 7151 NW 14th Pl., died Oct. 9 j afternoon. On Friday morning,
granddaughter and husband, helped to comfort and consoleus at Jackson Hospital.Survivors Mrs. Bellamy will be shipped
Mr. J.B. Tuff. in our long hours of sadness include husband John; three to Monticello, Florida with

daughters Betty Jo Barber, burial in Greenville. Florida.,

Dobrah and Correen Farmer
a CARD OF THANKSThe Pauline Saunders, wife two sons Willie J. and JohnW. ;; JOHN McCRAYof {422 Monroe -

family of the late Children, grandchildrenAnd .; two sisters Sallie Wash Street, Rlchm Heights,
great grandchildren. ington and Clarene. Services s, died Monday, Oct.. 13th at the,
ELDER HENDERSON LLOYD STANLEY L. WILKINSONwho Key West, Florida are incomplete. Baptist Hospital. Mr. McCray

is survived by his wile, Kath-
departed this life Sept. WILLIENORTON, Jr. of ,
who departed this life October IN leen; a son, Sgt.William Law-
27, 1969, wish to thank their MEMORIAMIn 15840 NW 26th Ave., died Oct
20 1967. He Ran the Raceand
rence McCray, of the US Air-
South Florida Hos '
State
kept the faith finished, I finished many relatives and friendsfor sad but loving memory of 13 at force; two daughters Anita L. }_!1i_
all acts of kindness pital.
shown our dear husband, father and "
Jordan and
my course. Jean L. Ashe 12
during his long illness and ISAAC WILLIAMS died Oct. ; ,{J
recent grandfather, the late. ,
grandchildren his father
REV. JOHN ; John i
H. POLITE
Your wife and many friends death. MR. ARCHIE ROLLE, SR. 7.DOCK H. ; four brothers Lonnie
who departed this life October ,,1
We offer thanks to the com- who departed from this life E MOORE. Incomplete. Willie
C., Eddie and Abraham
18, 1966. ; r
munity of Key West for visits, Oct. 16, 1959. two sisters
CARD OF THANKSThe cards, cars, food, and floral Gone, but not forgotten. May Now the day is over, BAIN nice, nieces and EmmaandBer-nephews.Arrangements ii!;
Night is drawing ti
offerings. A special thanks is he rest in peace and light per nigh
extended to the Welters Shadows of the evening are Incomplete.
Mingo petual shine upon him.
family of the late
Florist, Rev Butler and con- Father in thy gracious keep Now steals across the sky.

g r e gat ion of St. Stephens ing, leave we now thy servant When the morning awakens,
Church, and Key West Under- sleeping. Then may I arise, FUNERAL.ANNOUNCMENT
Ftr F- i
taking ,Company for efficient Sure, fresh, and sinless

services rendered. Mrs Well Rolle and familyIN Not In your sight a Mrs. Sophie Bodie age 74 of
May God bless all of you. But In thy holy light.A 6510 NW 14th Ct. Miami, Fla.

Mrs Cleora W.Adamsdaugb. MEMORIAMIn A native of Mangrove Cay,the
Grandchildren devoted wife, Bahamas died at Jackson Me-

Mrs. Annie Lowery, sister loving memory of Bertha Polite and the Polite morial Hospital2:00amFri.

.' MRS. CORNEALIA WRIGHT FamilyIN day October 10,' 1969.

who died Oct. 17, 1963. Sleepon

IN MEMORIAMIn mother, sleep on. We love The remains will lay in repose -

memory of our daughterand you, but God loves you best. MEMORIAMIn in the Chapel of Young
Gone, but not forgotten.The Funeral
sister sad but loving of Home 1732 All Baba
___ _uuu__ _._____ __ WILLIE FRANK memory DRINKS Ave. Opa-locka, Fla., from
MR. STANLEY RAIN family: Gussie Henderson who departed this life Oct. 17, 3:00 p.m. Tuesday.October 14,
daughter Sylvia,Lee 1968. MRS. MARY B. ,FENDER* until funeral time Wednesday

who pasted Oct. 6, 1969 wish 1' Robinson,...sister, ArthurClifford Gone, but not forgotten. SON of 1228 NW 71st St., died: 9:00 a.m. October 15, at the,
to thank the many friends and and Wl1l1ebrothers. Ruth Drinks, wife at .Jackson Hospital. Services Church of The Incarnation

neighbors for their deeds of Christopher Roberson andWillie will be held Saturday at St. Rev. J. Kenneth Major, Officiating -

kindness during our hour of Thomas, sons James AME. Survivors include Young Funeral Home
bereavement for food, sym- CARD OF THANKSThe Ethel Townsend, daughter her husband Wllford, Directing.

pathy cards, beautiful floral family of the late Rev. Ethel Tiggs, Charlene four daughters Edna G. Seymour
pieces, offering and telegrams ; Mary Boykins Merline
CHARLES HOLMES SR. Webb, Dorothy Holland,sis- Survivors Cousins
) I Special thanks to the t"0 ters Bain: and Angeline Fenderson : ; ,Mrs
who died Sept 28 1969 wish ; Elizabeth Saunders
I A Mrs.
Rev. Champion for prayers four sons Willie
Theodore and Edward
Henry Rev. ,
to thank the friends and Rowena Adderly
many Mrs. Al-
,
( and for also preaching the ser- Henry and Victor Bain
Jackson Drinks brothersIN ownerof
neighbors I for the numerous bertha Rowe,, Mr. Benjamin
I mon. Also thanking all members Bain's Funeral Home three
cards, telegrams, floral ; Flowers, Mrs. Berthran
I of Mount Hermon Church sisters
Angeline
pieces, visits andcall extendedto Seymour, Flowers, Mrs. Shirley Saun-
for their kindness. Pleasant
Special
r MEMORIAMIn Strapp and Vera De-
us in our hour of ders Ritch and host
) sorrow. of other
thanks to Thomas Fran-
Mr. veaux; two brothers Charles relatives
cis for splendid cooperation. The sad. but loving memoryof and Neamiah Gibson; and 32 and.friends.RAIIM1NGS .
Thanks to all staff of the familyCORRECTION our beloved, grandchildren.Mrs. .

1// Richardson Funeral Home. DORIS Peggy"HARRELLwho MRS. JULIA HEPBURN Fenderson was an active -
\ I May God bless each and every passed away October 14, SAUNDERSwho member of St.James AME

rt one. 1965., In the Card of Thanks submitted departed this life Oct ,. Church having served for
J One by one, we miss the faces 1952. SAMPSON HARRIS Of 231
Oct. 10, for the late many years on the Samsonite
father Mer- Of our loved ones we May she rest in peace. NW 6th St.,' died in Jackson
+ Jurvis Bain, possess;. Thomas Audley Walker, inadvertently -. Board, and was an ordained
lene Bain, mother. Debra Nowyour earthly strife is o'er omitted was the fol- Deconess of the .church. She Hospital, Oct. 7. He leaves to
Rubene and Cease from labor to Mr. Prince Hepburn, fathe't'Mrs. mourn his wife Octavia, three
Bain, daughter, gone lowing: Special thanks to the served actively with the Pall-
,Eric Bain, brother, Mrs. rest. custodial staff of MiamiDadeJunior Emily Hepburn mother bearer Society.MRS. sisters, Marie Gibson, Geor-
Betty B rig h y s, sister two College,and the entire Emerald and Anna, sisters' gia L. Davis and Ida M. Walters -
',
aunts, one uncle and a host personnel of North Dade Jun- Sandra Saunders, Emily GRACE JONES of 142 ; one brother'John H.Ser-
of other: relatives. The Family ior High School. Saunders, Wendell Saunders,' Industrial Ave., died Oct. 10. vices were held' Monday at
children Arrangements are,incomplete Antioch M. B. Church.



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THE MIAMI TIMES, Friday, October 17, 1969 23

CHRISTIAN SCIENCEThis Baptist Women Council JORDAN GROVE M '

verse from the Bibleis Rev. Douglas Cook, pastor
in this week's Christian from A large number of women attend the session in Camp Eddie Gilbert, reporterThe
Science Lesson-Sermon: several Baptist Church Yale when the time comes
Y.W.A. will begin their r
"John seeth Jesus coming unto gathered at First Baptist and to broaden their vision in
Anniversary on this Fridaynite 7
him, and salth, Behold the Church on Friday evening for the life of church.
8:00 with a musical
p.m.
Lamb of God, which taketh the first fall meeting of the The secretary and treasurer -
and will conclude
program on
away the sin of the world. The year. Miss Marie White presi- gave 8 financial report and
Sunday at 3:00 p.m. with the
subject of the sermon to be dent presiding requested that there was a spirit of uplift. Rev. Oscar West
deliveringthe
read Sunday is liD oc tr ineof the opening and closing song Mrs. Sadie Temple and the women the
is invited
sermon public
Atenement." will be that of the National of First Baptist Church -
to help make this Anniversary -
Discussed over radio sta- Baptist Convention Inc."Shine were great in preparing for

tion W.M.B.M. at 1:45Sunday, when trouble shake you," the this group, and a banquet was Brown is a great president.one.Sis.The Mary Men Elder J. W. Wilson and congregation would

will be "Helping Hold Crime theme was repeated victory held in the dining room of the of Jordan Grove would like to like to extend a warm and cordial invitation to all

in Cheek." through The book Christ. church, Mrs. Arinah of thank the many friends for of you to come and visit the church and enjoy the
"Mastering life Olivette Baptist Church thanked -
Fifth Church Christ
helping to make their twelveth services.
Problems" ,
was explained the ladies for their
by hospi-
Scientist welcomes all., 1600 NW 54th St., Mrs. T, C. Mickins and all tality. Annual Men's Day a success. For your comfort, the church is fully air-con-

agreed that she was at her The next meeting will be Raising 1,909.94. Bro. Leroy ditioned. For your convenience, we provide trans-

,," _' ,N" ...' best, she urged the women to held at Mt. Calvary Baptist Anderson chairman. portation for services to and from the church. Time:
'
t
: Church, Rev. Samuel Atchin- Thursday 8 p.m. and Sunday, 11 a.m. and 8 p.m.
son pastor, the election of of-
.. NEW KINGDOMRev. ALLEN CHAPELAllen For your added convenience, we have a wonderful
ficers and installation will be
J. Torrence,pastor held by, Rev T. C. Mickins. Chapel AME of Key Sunday School service which we would like to have

Ossie Harris, reporter Largo invites you to our fourth your children with us each and every Sunday.

Every Wednesday night at annual Women's Day observance Phone: 6930481. Church: 9000 NW 20th Avenue.

8:00 we have Bible Class all CHURCH OF GOD Theme: "The Need for YOUNG LAND U.S.A. Kindergarten is open all sumr

our members and friends are TRUE HOLINESS Christian World.Women" in Our Today'sConfused mer. We keep children from 6 months of age to 10
always welcome to come out morn-
,
Rev. Williams teacher. Revival Services Monday, ing speaker Mrs. Christine years of age. Call and Register Now. 6930481.

The third Sunday at 3 p.m. night, October 13, 1969, God Cohen, dinner will be served

there 'will be a Platform pro- blessed us with 34 fine young and at 3 p.m. a musical program

gram, behalf of trusteeThe people who listened attentively, with various groups of
WHERE OTHER READERS HAVE
fourth Sunday at 3 p.m. as the young minister Thomas the city, The Spiritual Aires, FAILED
the trustee board will be giving W.M. Smith, Jr. broke the the Sons of Faith and the SHE HAS SUCCEEDED

a Building Fund Day, Rev. bread of life, The subject was: Christian Aires. All are invited MOTHER ANN

Hickmond and his congre- "The Light of the World. Let Spiritual Reader and Advisor

I _.. _n gation from Sunrise will be in Your Light Shine." Sis. Dorothy Lyons is chair- Are you facing difficult problems? Poor Health?
(NOBLE LADY MARY ARLINE charge of service. Monday God has been blessing in this man and Rev. David L. Williams Money or Job Trouble? Drink, Love or Family Troubles?
two weeks meeting and Lord pastor Do you want more hopplnest and good fortune in life?
night after the third Sunday If, you have any of these problems or others like them,
Grandmatron of Florida of there will be five night of what a flow of the spirit. (!'oir friend, there Is wonderful news of a remarkablenew

[ IF & AM Masons and OES, preaching Rev. Dicky from Come and be in our meeting, WOMEN'S DAY AT way of help. Also your lucky days and lucky
joins the House of Albert staff Macon Ga. will be our guest everyone is welcome. Minister numbers. See' Mother Ann today. $5 reading, $3 with Ad.
at 6942 NW 15th Ave., as District speaker. Thomas W.M. Smith, Jr. ALLEN'S CHAPELHave OPEN 9 A. M. IO 9 F, M. NO APPOINTMENT NECESSARY

Commander of theUNCA welcome all. 3625 N.W, 17th you heard the comingof Phone: 691.9583 9751 N. W. 27th Avenue

Dept. and lady funeral atten- Ave. Pastor Harris.KELLY'S the great Women's Day, MIAMI. HORIDAATTENTION

dant. She is inviting all her NEW COVENANTRev. Sunday, Oct.26 at Allen Chapel

j friends and the Masonic familyto CHAPELRev. AME Church, 420 NW 22nd
Howard 0.Robinson
contact her at 691-7669, Ter., Rev. F, Douglas Wrightis
residence 634-0449. pastor W.M.H. Bulter, pastor the pastor !
Betty Hill,reporterThe Marie Carr, reporterThe Mrs. Fannie S. Gaddy is

STEVENS Pastor extends his ap- Ushers would like to chairman and Mrs. Della Saf-

ANSEL DANIELSAUNDERS preciation to all who help to thank everyone who came out ford Is co-chairman. Morning If You're From

make our second Annual Revival last Sunday afternoon and speaker, Mrs. Willie Mae
JR., 43, formerly of Hallan- a success. helped make their effort towards Ceasor, evening speaker,
dale. died Saturday Chicago
Women's Day a s u c- Evangelist Maggie Greene. Georgia .
,
": : A native of Hallandale anda On Fr idaYOct.17,at 8:00 ,
church is cess. Special thanks to the C All members and friendsare
the
graduate; of Booker T,Wash- p.m., complete
Lord C's.To .
i invited.
ington High School here he invited to render services at
,
the women: You are reminded West Florida
received his Bachelor of Oak Grove Missionary Baptist or
of Women's Day,com- HERMAN THOMAS
Science degree in pharmacy Church, 1402 NE 152 Terr.
ing off on the last in
Sunday
North Miami Beach Fla.Rev.
Xavier University,New Orleans November. GOSPEL CHORUS
in 1951.He also attended W. Henderson, pastor.
McCormick Theological Baptismal Service will beheld Sunday morning, the youth Chorus along with other talents You are entitledto
Sunday Morning at 7:00 will be in charge of the ser- 1 of Miami and Dade Coun-
9 Seminary. Burial will be held
Thursday at Hallandale Ceme- a.m. for three Converts. Let vices. Ronald Williams,a student I ty area will render a soul stir-
all attend at Miami Northwestern, i ring musical at Mt.
tery. He is survived by his wife us the church of our program Death
Special
choice and pray for world will bring the message. Come Aaron Baptist Church on this
Mary, a son Darrell a daughter -
,
peace. out and help the youth. :Saturday nits 8:30 p.m. Rev.
Andrea a father Ansel
D.
.
IM (Otis
Sample pastor, noadmis-
Saunders Sr. four brothers
SOUTH DADE NEWSOn MT. OLIVETTE sion, bring your shouting shoes Benefits
Earl
Pete, George and John :
and let us have a shouting
good
Saunders five sisters Emm the fourth Sunday in Oct.
; Rev. George W.-Warren, I time: Bro. Herman Thomas of
Cumberbatch, Naomi MInnis, the women of Mt. Moriah Baptist pastor
:]1370 NW 86th St. is director
Del 0 res Wooten Priscilla Church will observe their ,
Norma Jean Lawrence
I phone; 6910605. For further information
annual
Pratt and Catherine Daniel. Women's Day. Mrs. reporterOur
Dorothy Canidate and Mrs.

NORTHSIDEMRS. Maggie M. Bannerman,chair- pastors instillation ser- Is Your Luck Crossed Up?

ANNIE S.HOPKINS,of men have a very fine program vices will be continuing this Can't Hold Money?Are You

425 NW 6th Street, died Oct. planned for your enjoyment. week. It will be coming: to its Sick? Can't Get Work? Call 691-7661

1. Survivors include three Mrs. Andel Mickens will be climax on Sunday October 19, Can't Hold a Job? Can't

sons,three daughtersa father, the morning speaker, Mrs. 1969. Hold Friends ? Family .
Ruby Gatewood the afternoon Problems? Can't Overcome
The church anniversary will
,two sisters, two brothers and
other relatives.Services were speaker and Mrs. Ruthie Pitt- be held the third Sunday in No- Enemies? r.

held Monday, Oct. 6 at 1 p.m. man will be the evening speaker vember.: All group membersare Com ...this gifted woman
please plan to hear these grouped according to their of God with all you prob-
at St.paulChurchHomestead
Urn*. Prayer changesthings.
if
dynamic women. birthday. Anyone not knowingthe Cod can do anything y s
Fla.LITTLE VALERIE CLAY- For your holiday pecans captain of his or her group but fall.No appointment n." 3r

from Georgia, see Mrs. Susie please check with the church ssary.
TON (age 4)) of 6531 NW 14th
M. Williams 17516 Duval A Blessing& Healing Services
Court died Oct. 1, at Variety ve. secretary Mrs. Selma T.
Phone 233-0636. Every Sunday 4-6
Children's Ward. p.m.
Hospital. She is
Remember the sick and Fridays 7 p.m.9 p.m. ,
survived by her mother, Mrs. r
Thelma Henderson; father, MT. CALVARYRev. shut-in members pray for MOTHER L. SMITH h 'i4 .

Willie Clayton; five brothers, S. Atchison, pastor them. Phone 691-2976
grandparents, other relatives. Phyllis Beal, reporterOn Visitors are always wel- 2311 HW 82nd Street
Services was held comed at Mt. Olivette, do planto Miami, Fla. '.
onSaturday,
last observing (Open for engagements)
2 p.m. in the chapel. Sunday we were visit us.

ADDIS GRIMSLEY, of 1465 Unity Day. The pro-

NW 72nd Street died October gram proved very successful. HHHiBHHHIHB.BHMHMYoung's
1. His survivors include three Both the morning and afternoon
worship was wen re- Funeral
daughters, one son, one sis-
who at-
cieved by everyone
ter, other relatives. Servicewas

held Saturday, 4 p.m. in tended. MR. LESTER ALBERT, OwnerA

the chapel. Home funeral service will remember
always
Our BTU classes are readily you ,

rising. But more help is I because of a loved one you can never forget,

MADAME LOLA needed to advance the classes.Do 1732 All Baba Ave : so you may rest assured when you call the

The lady from the land of come out and devote some House of Albert, if the spirit is right, it is
time with our BTU.TOOTHACHE. OPA-LOCKA
miracles. She could help the first step up towards heaven.

where others, have failed. i
PHONES: 681.24516851893 1 of AlbertWhere
She helps you on all problems House
and sickness. Gives

lucky days and numbers. Don't ...ffer-rtwtuin (| "A sympathetic & dignified service" service begins and never ends
Special reading with this hi seconds M mlllioni do with Serving All ?ade County THREE LOCATIONS TO SERVE YOU
ad.Madame Lola I 11 In Mi am I RA.1L. Many dentists recommendiimiORAJa 24 Hours 100% Air ConditionedAlso l
.
until you f t LIBERTY CITY OPA-LOCKA PERRINE
for the first tl... 9303 W '. listed in the Miami City Directory
22nd Ave, Phone 691-9010 691.7661 685-3533 233-2810

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.. 24 THE MIAMI TIMES. Friday. October 17, 1969 MT. TABORRev. WOMEN'S DAY AT

Providence Men'sDay
New BETHEL A.M.E.
James W.Hendon

Willhelmina Sands, reporterThe HIALEAH

/ SundayREV. Ushers' Board No 1,observed ,
<< -
f their 47th anniversary "'
.
on last Sunday. The presidentand tATHALIE

members take this opportunity -
'M R'pt' to thank Rev. K.E. Rogers

pastor of Mt. Olive Baptist

Church, South Miami and

the many friends for their

cooperation In m a k log their

Inu JnAnnouncement Q!I urrI ;'uui1a t t L ws F Total anniversary money drive raised a success.61750. rI;;

l' All officers elected to serve

1 for the year 1969-70, are asked -

GREATER NEWMACEDONIA to be present for the 11:00: x'Q

a.m. worship service,Sunday,
October 19. Installation will be

The Pastor's Aid Union will Rev. Roscoe Jackson pastoi held durine this service. 5

meet this Sunday, 3 p,m.at St. Willie J, Beard, reporter ,.- '. --- Many thanks to Rev. Robert
Matthew Freewill Baptist WARRENNew Carter, Florida f Memorial
oj Church, 6700 NW 2nd Ave. Next Sunday, the women of REV. EVERETTE College, for delivering a mostf RANGE r
Macedonia will observe their
Rev A. Randell, host pastor, Providence Missionary e r v e n t and challenging ser-
4 will deliver the message.The Sixth Annual Women's Day. Baptist Church observes their mon on last Sunday, at the 11 Rev. T.J. Roddy, pastor

president is asking all ministers The morning speaker will be 9th Annual Men's Day on Sunday a.m. worship service. You are cordially invited to
Mrs. Sallie Car line, a memberof Oct. 19, 1969. i annual Women's
If'" choirs and ushers of the lp' Please pray for the many attended the
C)} union to be present to help New Providence M.B. The Morning Speaker will be 1, sick and shut-in members. Day ProgramatBethelAME.

complete our $500.00goal.All Church. The afternoon the Rev. H.J. Everett, pastor Deacon Willie Johnson is at Church on the third Sunday October -

ti proceeds will go to Variety speaker will be Mrs.Albertha of Mt. Bethel MBC of Ft. .' home, he was released from 19, 1969. Guest speaker !

Children's hospital. Bulter a member of Greater Lauderdale Florida. the hospital on last Sun d a y. for the morning service is

Mrs. Willie Mae Bagley is New Bathlehem M.B. Church. The Evening Speaker will be Visitors are always welcomeat Mrs. Athalie Range. Dinnerwill ;:
Both of these women are ardent the Rev. G.W. Warren, pastor
president and Mrs. Ann Step Mt. Tabor. be served immediately af
church, civic and com of Mt. Olivett M.B.C. Miami,
hens is Secretary. ter morning service. A musical
munity workers also great and Florida.
program will terminate the
I
dynamic speakers.The Bro. Otis Shelley, chairman CHRISTIAN Women's Day on Sunday even

ZION HILL services will be9:30a.m. Bro. Willis Sorey,c o- 4 FELLOWSHIP ing. ''I
., Sunday School; 11:00 chairman. I
All members and friendsare
Rev P.S. Brown
a.m., Morning Worship and ,pastor
asked to the t
support women
M.L. Nixon
reporterThe
4:00: p.m., Afternoon Worship. Miss Altheria Nickerson, In making this day a suc r
Come out and hear these the daughter of Mrs. Battle pastor and congregationwish

dynamic speakers and help the Nickerson and the late Arbie to thank the many friends cess.Mrs.. Arabella B. Bowens-

pastor, officers and members Nickerson, graduate from A. NICKERSON and well wishers for their con Chairman, Mrs. Virginia Collins
especially the Women's Department Northwestern Senior High in Church of God The Pillow tributions and cooperation In co-chairman.

observe their Sixth June. She is now attending i Ground of Truth. She also helping us to purchase the land

Annual Women's Day. Florida A&M University, majoring worked as Secretary for the for the building of our church.

On Sunday afternoon at 3:00 in medical technology.She Wometco Theatre and as Secretary The Adult Ushers Board,
p.m., the Young Women's Aux was a very diligent for Eastern Airline- still have their project of paper NEW HOPE M. B.,

iliary will sponsor a MockMen's worker with the youth at the Service. collection and will appreciate
Rev W.E. Sims, pastor
The for
Day. speaker and that
pick up any paper Elaine Gilbert
F the occasion will be Dea.Willie you have to offer. A sale Is reporterThe

Bernard Williams MT,. HERMON CAROL CITY BAPTIST being given by the Choral Ensemble Pastor's Aid Club wishto
Sis. Jeroline Jones general Friday night Oct. 17 at
their
I chairman, Sis. Dorothy Tlll- Rev G.M.Champion,pastor the home of bro.Milton Jones express appreciationto
those
Rev 0. West participated in their
O man, co-chairman. Mrs. Helen Golden reporter """'!f'L Y '"'; 748 NW 64th St. You are in
? 1st and
it
f Anniversary making
Brother Simmie Tillman a
,,- vited.
\tt. .- member of Choir #2, who is : Don't forget to attend a success may God smile upon
o< : most famously known for his f{' MI ." School and B.T.t1 every Sunday Sunday each of you, Sis.A.L. Stephen r .
I president. .
rendition of the Great James to hear the special programsplanned
The pastor urges all members "
Cleveland, will preach his for
interest.
trail sermon on tonight (Friday your to attend the regular
lAdult choir rehearsal w 111 be
Oct. 17, 1969)). He's ask meeting each week business
Tuesday night, Oct. 21 at the
vital
are Important. We Invite
ing all choirs and all ushers
same The is
place. president all of members friendsto
our and II'I
and all members visitors
and all members to
urging pleasebe
attend! Bible and Prayer
friends to come out and help present for this Important
}
'\II meeting each Thursday nightat
e 1 \ him to get started on this new meeting.
task for the Master.He's ask Deacon 8:00 p.m.
i George Washington On Oct the 24th at8:00p.m.
ing the prayers of the entire Z is holding In his home
: prayer ,
: Choir No, 1 will sponsor a musical
: ? Christian Family for his con Thursday night
i
feast at the church
tinual ,come
\ y}.. success.
\ < and hear some of the outstanding
'i, :
\ Choirs of
ZION the City. Thank
1.iI >> ,', HOPE
'i. ST.. PAUL A.M.E. FRED CARTER you in advance Sis. E. Jones,
-- -- --- --'-
Rev. Paul
. Early Foster chairman Invites you to come now and freeman pastor president.

.. Rev. T.'C. Kelley, pastor JOSEPH BROWN let us get aquainted for the Bessie Williams, reporter Let us not forget our sick

Mary M. A mos,reporter The men of Mt Her mon harvest Is truly great,but the and shut-ins. They are S i s.
.t A.M.E. Church are making laborers are few. This month all auxiliariesare Lillie Bullard, Sis Mary Alice

The pastor wishes to thank plans for their 12th "Men's Rev. Fred L.Carter,pastor working deligently towardthe Blackman, and Sis Mary May-

its many members, officersand Day" program, which will be Pastor's Anniversary.Each field, we are hoping for a
clubs and boards for making held October 1969. member Is asked to do speedy recovery.
Sunday
26.
our 4th and final Quarterly For their theme they have selected NEW MT. MORIAH his duty. The anniversary
conference a success. Rev. begin Monday night after the
: The Christian Space- A.L. Shipp, pastor
Sunday October 19, 1969 the age Men of Today. They have Sis. Everlyn Souter, reporter 3rd Sunday, October 20.. On, BIBLE CHURCH

9 pastor is asking that as many selected some of their most Ushers Board No. 2 wishesto Monday night, Rev W.F.Tan-
members come and go along thank ner and Congregation of Bishop E.E. Rahming, pastor
their Rev.
Cook
capable men as Chairmen D. and Con
with him to Elder St. Coconut Shirley Cooper, reporterOn
Ford churchin gregation choirs Mary, Grove will
namely; Mr. Joseph groups and
West Hollywood, Ushers Brown, general chairman co- each ono that participated to be thegues thost;Tuesday,
Officer and Choir members October 21 Roscoe Thursday night at 8 p.m.
chairmen, Mr. Lewis Moore, help make their 19th Anniversary Rev. Jackson
also. New Macedonia and Con of this week there will be a musical
Mr. Isiaha Lazier and Mr. a success.
The Cathedral Choir will Choir No. 3 gregation will be the guest program in behalf of our
Neely Williams will have
a picnic -
1 celebrate their Anniversary Mr. Sanford Nesbitt this Saturday atCrandonPark. : host; and on Wednesday October building fund. We invite you to

Sunday October 9,1969 4-6 PM chairman of the program com All parents that !wishto 22, Rev. W.M. Slater and come out and be with us. Sunday
All boards and clubs are asked mittee. and congregation of Day S p r 1 n g swill at 3:00 p.m. Elder Ser-
Willie Anderson co-chairman go Jr. Choir members
to give them full support. be the guest host.The vance and his congregation
your entire
I am sure you will enjoy the please beat the church atlO00
The Men of Zion Hill are celebrating AU members of the TC this committee have : public Is Invited to come will be with us. Tuesday night

their tenth Annual Kelley Club are asked to meet program planned for Please a.m.The out and helpmakethebeginning Bible Class, Thursday night
I you. planto Spiritual Melodies will
Men's Day Sunday Oct. 19,the Sunday October 19, 1969 after come and worship with us on sponsor a musical nights of this Anniversarya regular service at 8:00p.m.
morning speaker will be Rev. the morning service. The con program. success. We are praying for the sinner
this day. We will tell more The fourth
you Friday night at 8 00 that
: they may come to the Lord
test which Is
Oscar West, evening speaker being sponsoredby about this program next week.
The the club will come to a p.m.Our before or day after. May God
Rev. J.E. Brown. public
You
I are always welcome to the ,Men's Day will be the bless
I Is invited to hear these great close October 25, 1969. "Biggest Little Church in Fourth Sunday. ST. LUKE you and help you.

I speakers.The You are invited to a party at Town."
chairman Deacon Foster the home of Miss Mildred Gay

and co-chairman Deacon 1841 NW 51st St.C o m e hungary CHURCH OF GOD Rev. P.W. Williams pastor TEMPLEFor

Anderson are asking all members and fill up 8:30 p.m. UNION GROVE Mrs. Kathleen S.Streeter, the benefit of Women's

to please see your captain All the above notices are la: CHURCH OF GOD Elder Walter Richardson, reporterThe Day, the womenofTemplewlU

and pay your assessmentIn behalf of Women's Day please Rev. R. Smith, pastor pastor sponsor a "Pie Walk" this
this drive. give them your full support. Essie Mae Redmond,reporterThe Women's Day Committee Friday at the home of Mrs.V.

Prayer Service every Tues The Laymen of the Ft. Lauderdale Union Grove Baptist Church would like to thank those Strachan, corner NW 2nd Ave.
District will hold their musical Church of God Taber- who came out on last Sunday
day night. The Pastor urges is sponsoring a pro and 16th St. The fun begins at
? members and friends attend monthly meeting at our church gram Friday night October 17, nacle (True Holiness) will begin for the Pew Rally, it was a 8 p.m. Friends are invited.,

the church of your choice. Let Sunday October 19at3:00p.m. 1969. The Mel-a-tone 6..-pel their Holy C oDvocation success. The Male Chorus will cele-
J us remember the sick and all Laymen and visitors are singers will be there and other Services in commemoration of brate its anniversary on Sunday

shut.Ins,,Visitors are always asked to attend this meeting. groups, you are Invited Deliverance Oct. 19th.Th e s e You are invited to attend our afternoon at 3 o'clock. A

welcome to attend Zion Hil, Remember our sick and come out and hear them. services will be In Progress Annual Women's Day which ,number of singing groups will

Hope to see you Sunday. shut-in and say a prayer for Sister P. Livlngton'is sponsoring. through the 26.Everyone is invited will be Oct. 26, Sis. Annie B. appear on the program. The
their, speedy recovery. 1351 NW 67th St. Sullivan General
Rev. James Pickett,pastor Chairman_ public Is Invited.




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I Doris L. Johnson to Speak -At---r Rev. W.M. Slater,pastor jj r. Rev. Kenneth B. Smith Speaks At 1 I il ili I

Bessie Wilkerson, reporterOur

Woman's Day Observance Revival is going on this i Church of Open DoorThe I

Dr. Doris L. Johnson, a Senator Dr. Johnson's unique week we will close out Friday
and a minister in the tion in the Bahamas gives posi-hera night Oct. 17. Rev. Mack is the Rev. Kenneth B. Smith, OIIMI .1 munity Renewal Society
Progressive Liberal Party wealth experience with guest speaker. minister of the Church of the Born in Montclair, N.J., In

Government of Nassau, Baha- which to perform this task.Sherunforthelegislaturethe On Wednesday night before Good Shepard, Chicago, Ill 1931, Mr. Smith graduatedfrom
mas, will be the guest speakerat the fourth Sunday the pastor is Mr. Smith will be guest minis- Virginia Union Univer-

the 11:00: o'clock servicesat first to be made leader of the asking each and every mem- ter at the church of The Open sity, Richmond, in 1953 (AB)
the Mount Zion Baptist government in the senate. ber of the church to accompany Door, Sunday, Oct. 19th, Mr. and from Bethany Theological
Church on Sunday, October 19, Along with Dr. Johnson him to Zion Hope Missionary Smith is a member of the national Seminary, Oak Brook, Ill., in
when the congregation will celebrate other very special features, Baptist Church, behalf of the Executive Council of the 1960 (BD),
its annual Woman'sDay have been planned to make this Pastor, Rev. Paul Freeman United Church of Christ. He is married to the former
Observance. program a well rounded one. Anniversary. The United Church of Christis Jacqueline L. Fielder of
We would like to have all of our The Pastor's Aid Club will a union of the Congregational Chicago. They have a son,
friends of the community come meet Sunday evening at 5:30. Christian and the Evangelical Kenneth, Jr.
FRIENDSHIP and take advantage of this The president is asking all and Reformed Churches. Anette McNeal, reporter.

rare opportunity. We 0 n v very It e members to attend. The Pas- The 21-member Executive )f'

you to join j us in an hour of tors Aid Club will alsobe having Council, composed of minis- .
Christian Fellowship. The a program Nov. 6. Everyone ters and lay men and women, MARTIN MEMORIAL
church is located at 301 NW 9 is invited to come out to conducts business for the de- LJ '
St. help make this program a nomination between biennial Rev. R.H. Johnson, pastor
great success. meetings of its General Synod. REV. KENNETH B. SMITH
The Deasonesses is spon- From 1966 until he assumed The Women of Martin Me-

soring a talent program Nov. his present pastorate in 1968 Association of the Illinois morial AME Church, Rich-
GRACE PRESBYTERIAN 15. Everyone is invited to Mr. Smijh held two positionsin Conference of the United mond Heights, will celebrate
come out. Refreshment serv- Chicago. He was minister of Church of Chirst and ministerof their Annual Women's Day on ',.
Rev. W.F. Savoy, pastor ed free. urban affairs of the Northeast urban affairs of the ComPASTOR'S the fourth Sunday, October 26, -
We thank Miss Barbara Everyone is Welcomed. 1969.
Jantzi, our Inspiring speakerof GREATERBETHLEHEM Make plans to spend the entire -
last Sunday morning,and the bT. day with us. Your pre-
members of Grace Chruch for Men's Day ANNIVERSARY TEAA sence and warm fellowshipmean
the finecontributionstheymade Rev. C.H. Smith,pastor so much to us. We are
in the Laymen's Sunday At Greater New Mary Hopkins,reporterThe pre anniversary tea will sure you will be spiritually

service last Sunday. We were Bethel be held on Sunday' afternoon at blessed.
Young Women auxiliary the home of Mr. & Mrs. Sam
very happy and honored last Sunday School, 9:30am.,
invites you to a "Fall Tea Love 7130 NW 21st Ct. by a
,
Rev. JE Jenkins pastor Sunday afternoon to be host to Morning Worship, 11:00 a.m.,
Saturday October 18, 1969 at volunteer committee of Mt.
the Elks, who observed their Youth Program, 3:00p.m.,
Ruby Lee Carr,reporterWe the home of Sis. Lillie Stevenson Calvary Baptist Church for the and
Memorial Service at Grace. Evening Worship 7:OOp.m.
will observe our second This Sunday evening at seven 1446 NW 42nd St. benefit of its pastor, Rev. We will be looking for you.
annual Fellowship Day Sunday p.m., we will be happy to The pastor ugres all Samuel Atchinson, w h o has Marie Pol tier, Publicity
October 19th. Meninchargefor enjoy a program presented by officers, choirs, ushers, faithfully served for the past morning services as their the Grace Adult Choir and the A K members and friends to mo- years and has doneatrememdous -
speaker Rev. Paul Freeman of music students of Mr. & Mrs. torcade Sunday Oct. 19,1969 to job in saving; to the
Zion Hope Missionary Baptist Harold and Ursula Higgs. St. Luke Baptist Church,West church. This young man is NEW BETHEL

Church, with his Male Chorus, On the fourth Sunday of this Hollywood, Fla. Rev. Owens loved by those with whom he Rev. Ernest Williams,pastor

for night service women is in month, from four to six p.m., Taylor, pastor. comes in contact. Alice Harris,reporterOn
charge with his.Sallie Carlin we look forward eagerly to enjoy On Monday Oct. 20, Rev. Quite an interesting pro-
of New Providence Baptist a program to be conductedby Otis Sample and his congrega- gram has been a rranged and Sundayatternoonimmediately -
Church speaker, the pastor, Mrs. Roena Livingston. tion of Mt. Aaron will render several individuals from other after morning ser-
chairmen and members invite Our Church Anniversary service toward our Men's day, church have consented to take vice, wer shall render servicefor
Dea. G.E. Luckie and the
Oct. 26.
all of our friends to fellowshipwith will be climaxed on the second a part
Sllvertone
us, dinner will be served Sunday of November but the -r- Let us pray for the sickand Mrs. Josephine Love is we are asking the
;
Cathedral choir No. 1 and 2
after morning service. spirit of th e anniversary has John Akins shut-ins. Also let us give chairman Mrs. G e r t r u del 1
ushers boards to alone with
Fellowship week from the already begun. Attend church thanks to God for Sis.W II e n a Crowder is co-chairman with go
13th through the 19th, we are services regularly. We thank Men of Greater New Bethel Smith, Sis, Emily Phillip,Sis. Dea. Marvin Ludlowservingas ; us that and will as many of our friends or--

looking forward to seeing you, Mrs. Gloria Davis, our very Baptist Church ire celebrat- Eudan Boykins and Sis. Hop an associate.No one canal dinner it go.will Don'tworryabout be served free.
our chairmen of men Deacons effective and dedicated chair- ing their 18th annual Men's kins for healing their bodies so ford to miss this elaborate
Those that have not
Albert Lewis and Isaac Ethe- man of the Anniversary Com- Day Oct. 26. Come and enjoy a that they have return to workin fair. their pledge for the windows paid
ridge, chairmen of womenare mittee. spiritual time with us. Morn- the vineyard of Christ.
please see Dea.N.Sears.Your
Sis. LauraMathis and Lucy ing speaker is Rev. Otis Sample -
cooperation in this matter is
Rembert Fellowship, Fellow- pastor of Mt. Aaron Baptist ST. MARY'S most appreciative.A .
ship, Fellowship with us. Church and the Evening
Pic for Friendship Missionary NEW SHILOH speaker will be Rev. K. E. ST. PETERS A. 0. Rev H,V. Stuart, pastor mong us. Rev. Thomas
Roger pastor of Mt. Oliver Father Charles F. Cooper Mrs. A. McCray, reporterThe Taylor is at home,please visit
Baptist Churh Rev. A.M. Griffin, pastor the sick and
Morning speaker Rev. Paul Sister Ella Elam, reporterThe Baptist Church, South Miami. pastor shutins.'t
Freeman. .Evening speaker Dinner will be served. come Elizabeth Bain, reporterThe Sunday School is invit-
out and enjou yourself.Deacon ing all members to please support ST. JAMES AME
Sis. Sallie Carline No. land No.2 choir will St. Monicas Guild Bazar
have a dinner sale all day Sa- John Akins is chairman, Bro. will be held on Friday Nov.28, them in their financial
drive. They will have a dinner Rev. S.L. Gay, pastor
Charlie Hinsey is cochairman. -
the
on church
for
turday at the home of Sister to- grounds,
sale every Saturday at the Nellie Saunders,reporterThe
CHRIST EPISCOPALCanon la Tunner 866 NW 77th St. contributions of clothing and
church, for delivery please
The President of the Dea- other articles, please contact
is
pastor asking all ministers
call 758-1601. And Sun -
Theodore R.Gibson, condness Board are asking all Rev. W.K. Smith,pastor Miss Ingrid Rolle at 696-8814. every
day they will have cup cakeson to send their ads In for
rector Deaconess to please meet at The children of St. Mary will sale.Don't forget your obli the Annual Conference Souve-
Antionette Silva reporterThe church Saturday evening 6-: meet on Saturday evening Oct.
gation for Sunday which is nir book before the 4th Sundayof
LILY WHITE NEWSAll 18 at the home
30 to rehearsel for the candle of Mrs. Eliza the
Tithes day. month.
Annual Diocesean Con- light drill and anyone else who members of 129 pleasebe Sturrup, 6904 NW 19th Ave. All our sick and sh ut-Ins The Hospitality Club invites
vention was held October 8th would like to participate, present at the next meeting.The Dinners will be on sale Sun- remains the same. Let us you to a "Spiritual Tea"' on
and 9th in West Palm Beach at please meet with them Satur- meeting will beheld Mon- day Oct. 19 in the dinning room tinue to and visit them.con- Friday Oct. 17, at 8:00 p.m.
pray
Holy Trinity Church. The de- day evening. day night after the third Sun- Immediately after morning Visitors are always welcomeat NW 71st St. Mrs. M. Daniels,
legates from Christ Episcipal The Melitones Gospel Sin- day. Alldel1quentmembers services. St. president.
were: Messrs David White, ger will be here Sunday nightin please come out and pay up The members of the January Mary's.DRAKE The October Clubhas
Alonza Culmer, William Stir- behalf of No. 2 choir. your dues. Mrs. Margaret Ca- Club are selling Inspiration launched Its biggest drive ever
up; and, William Cooper, at- The Deacon and Deaconess rey is the president. We were Plates. For purchase contact MEMORIAL and is asking for full coopera-
ternate. The convention will be celebrating their An- happy to have Mrs. Mary Williams co-chairman Mrs. Mantle- tion from all members.The .

proved to be a great success niversary the fourth Sunday out with us after a long Gibson. Rev. J.W. Dunn, pastor last quarterly con-
by accomplishing many things. 3:00 p.m. illness She is Improving Women's Day is Nov.2,Do- Mrs. N.T. Green, reporterOur ference for this year will con
The Rev. James L. Duncan, The Deaconess will behaving nicely.On nations are now being acceptedby fourth annual Women's vene Oct. 23-26. All Boards
a candle light drill a weekend cruise to Nas- the chairman Mrs.Anto-
Suffragan Bishop of the Day will be on SundayNovember will please have your financialand
Diocese was finally divided Wednesday Oct. 22, at 8 p.m. sau were Mrs.Ruth McKelvin, nette McPhee. 9. We are inviting you to literary reports ready. '
into three and the new name is Along with the Nine Fruits of Mrs. Pauline Thompson, and For our sick and shut-ins this observation. Our chair- Choir No. 2 celebrate their Rr

the Diocese of Southeast Spirit. Mrs. Evelyn G. Swain. It- was "Blessed are those that are man, Mrs. Ida Clements and Anniversary Oct. 17-19. And
Florida, in which Christ Let us remember the sick, an enjoyable trip.Celebrating undefiled in the way: and walkin Mrs. Effie Williams are ask- is asking all to attend their
Episcopal is located. For the shut-ins, bereave and the boyson birthdays in the law of the Lord." Pray ing all the women to please remember services.
first time, two Negro Priests the battle field.MEMORIAL October are Dannie Screen and for them. obligation

were elected to the Executive Lorenzo Latson. Get well The chair man of our souvenir -
Board. They wereFathers TEMPLE wishes to Mr. Ralph Johnson. book, Mrs. Benneth is

Gibson and Reece. The con- Juanita McCloud,reporter ST. MARK asking for all material in on DIVERSIFIED
vention also decided to permit Rev. I.C. Mlcklns, pastor Friday, October 17. PUBLIC SERVICE
women to attend the next con- Lucille Beckett, reporterThe Rev. C.W. Wade, pastor Let us remember to visit 'ANDNOTARY

vention as delegates.Who NEW HOPE P. B. Doris Spurling, reporterThe and pray for the sick and shut- PUBLIC
Pastor's Aid Club of pastor's Aide Club An-
will be the Acolyte of Memorial Temple Is sponsor- Rev. H.C. Samuels, pastor niversary will conveine on the ins.ATTENTION ALL *

the year? This is the questionnow. ing a program entitled ; Patricia Gowen, reporterThe fourth Sunday afternoon, at 3 PARENTSMiami [ STANLEY SWEETING]

A new fund raisingdrive Rally," Sunday afternoon, Oct. p.m. The message will be de- Public Relations
is ,on seeking to find the 19, at 3:00 p.m. A very unique pastor is asking that the livered by Rev. S.D. Davis. Northwestern Senior Consultant
"Acolyte of the Year Those program is being planned for 'choir and usher accompany The public is cordually envited High School PTA will meet Theatrical Editor
participating in the contestare your enjoyment.The 1 him to St. Matthew Freewlll to attend. Refreshments will October 20, 1969, at 8:00: p.m.
; Gregory Jenkins, Paul public Is invited to attend Baptist Church Sunday, Oct. be served after the service. In the school auditorium. The Miami Times
Brown, Seon Phillips,Cornelius please continue to make 19th, at 3:00 p.m.to help celebrate Adress of the church 1417 We are asking allparents NA 1-7203
Shivers and Roosevelt our church your choice of worship The Pastor'sAidAnnualCharity NW 87th St. The president of please be present.Business of 16351 NW 18th Place
Springer. The contest closes i Day.Bible the No. 1 choir is asking all vital Importance.Mrs. .
Nov 30th. Pledge your supportto Installation Services will beheld Study is held every members to please be present Thelma Downs,presi- Bunche Park
one of the contestants and immediately after the Friday nightat7OOp.m.Come Friday night business is very dent, Mr. Samuel Cohen,prin Opa-locko, Florida
help make this a success. program. out and be spiritually revived. Important. cipal.



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'6 THE MIAMI TIMES, Friday, October 17, 1969 _,_ _. .>

1r r I Round About P1 II(_ 4a


I r
I I Talk


1i .' BY JIMMY "SCOOP" BETHEL I


i s TALK OF THE TOWN-NYC: The mighty world series between j '

the Baltimore Orioles and the NY Mets The Mets front I'I
Your Weekly Horoscope runners are: Clendenon, Koosman, Weis and Taylor.Orioles'
Brooks Robinson arrived in NY, Sunday night late.He left the
39-18-22-12-85 Americana Hotel, headed for the Biltmore Hotel on 43rd St.

October 16 thru October 22 near Grand Central station. The Scoop is a Mets fan, 100
per cent Rumors that heavyweight champ Cassius Clay i I
ARIES (March 21.April19): No need to push, Aries. and his wife, Belinda lost the expected baby. The former I II
All will come to you In good time. The old order may Mrs. Nat "King" Cole (Maria) and her white fiance, Gary THOMAS MONTGOMERY MARY ARLINE
change, but it will be replaced by the new, which will be Devore will be man and wife by Friday midnight, if all goes 20 Attend Masons Convention I
more dynamic and exciting. Your originality should bear well. They tell me that singer Joyce Bryant(Miami's own)
fruit in week ahead. Pluck it before it goes from ripe to is making a comeback in show business after several years Miamians to attend World I

working as a Seventh Day Adventist Church Evangelist It Wide Exalted Degree Convention .
rotten.TAURUS (April 20-May 20): Emotions will perhaps seems as tho' New York congressman, Adam Clayton Powell of IF & A M Masons and ( JAmJnHJ!
control most of your activities during major part of week has lost his main girl, Corrine Huff, beauty queen and model, OES Canterbury Hotel in San tw
Taurus. And this isn't bad, you know. But with this emotional to one of those Nassau boys He is a 25-year-old laddie named Francisco, Calif were left to \::?/ T DOUBLE ACTION
is surge it is wise to keep in mind those areas of your Patrick Brown, native of Bimini retreat to a town house. right: Noble Thomas Mont ft ICOlOUGUYUUI
p1 life you tend to overdue. Hold back just a smidgen. Thereare Wedding to take place this weekend between Corrine and the gomery GM of Fla., Noble 2 MESSES HJUIt:IX MC
always other days coming, and you wouldn't want to "cool-one" Pat Brown at Our Lady of St. Stephens Anglican Lady Mary Arline, GM and 0lt.lB. 1
be caught short would you? Church in Bimini. Patrick is a salvage boat captain. (They Daughter Agnes Chatman, '
t1' GEMINI (May 21-June20): First two days may find will do their thing, Saturday, 6 p.m.) Meanwhile Adam Royal G M.
f you at low ebb, Gem, but by the third day you II, come out Clayton Powell is in New York "blowing his top" trying to riyV
; of the fog into the sunshine. In fact, the rest of the week keep Gov. Rock from 125th: Street, Harlem, with his state
just may be a real smasheroo. Variety plays an importantrole. building Miami florist, W. 0. Perry, for years Miami's ;
Romantically, that is. leading florist, will from this day on, be an international :.i 0
f figure. Every newspaper in the country and abroad, will be
ft CANCER June 22) Use first four days of
( 21-July : the
t printing fact that W. 0. Perry supplied the beautiful flower -
week to get nagging chores out of the way. Your energy
for this
: garden "Corrine and Patrick" great marriage
will be low, so do not attempt any new ventures at this affair ',-
time. Your reasoning powers will not be up to snuff. However Si
t on the fifth day feel free to enter once again Into x
the arena of life.

LEO (July 23-August 22): Beastly week coming up S
Leo. Sorry about that. But by the of week you .
will feel physically and emotionally much better. Skies
will brighten, and one you love will either contact you or N sR l
have you in mind all day. Be receptive to thought waves.

VIRGO (August 23-September 22) First four days J
of week could prove most exciting, Virg. You may receive
good news concerning money, or property. If so, take it
in stride and don't run right out and do extravagant things.
Remember that "nestegg" you promised yourself? This WOMEN'S DAY Y U
may be time to put promise into action. Energy slakens on
last three days. ., SPEAKERWomen's .
; G
LIBRA (September 23-October 22): You are scheduled ,.
to make a move Libra. Not necessarily physically, r Day at Mars Hill FOR M
but a move up the ladder as far as your career is con Christian Church. Morning
cerned. A contact could be made during this period which speaker Miss Cynthia Ken-. SqHOO t.-
\,. will get things into gear. Your circle widens. trick, of F l o r i d a Memorial PLAY

SCORPIO (October 23-November 21):If you haven't A' College. P iI
met your "tamer" in the past ten days, you are certain to CASUAL ,
You of won't this Miss Kendrick is a dynamic t;
in the next seven. course, recognize
speaker, and the entire public WEAR Large
who control there
person living can you. But is. Hate to
shatter your ego, but facts are facts, and old Olga In Y Is invited to hear her at 11:00 ..,- Selection
all honesty must give you the bitter with the sweet. .. a.m., Sunday Oct. 19, At Mars S U'TS of Pastel
Hill Special music will be given
SAGITTARIUS (November 22-December 21): First Florida Colors
by College Choir
will find full of You'll be Permanent Press
a two days you vinegar. temptedto Mars Hill promises a
be just a bit sassy. Go ahead. Let It all hang out. But ROUND ABOUT TALK AND SOUL MUSIC SURVEY: The spirit fill morning you'service very Machine Washable
by third day of week, get back to business, and} don't picture set top left to right: Annie Ruth(that sexy Trentonian) don't miss it.. (Sliest Small Ages' 6 & 7
mean monkey: Keep resolution which you have recently was nutty as a fruitcake and she proved it, after spending a odium
made to yourself. week in Miami, bringing home a Jealous husband. It's time g.- A 95
CAPRICORN (December 22-January 19): You're In for David Ruffin (former Temptation) to come up with a new Mrs. Hazel McCloud Pro- 10 P
for a big week, Cap. At least the first four days will be Motown sound hit For the record. According to Atlantic gram Coordinator. arte
wild But nice-type "wild." If you've been keeping a Yale Records exec., Jerry Wexler, based in Miami,Aretha Frank' 9"
., lock on your heart, Cap, in week ahead you are very apt Un is well on the way to recover,due to a complete rest. Miss mmmmmmmmmmmfmrnjCarver------'r sss o tsssr 12b14 A Citation California
to meet one who Is a master locksmith. Franklin will record at the Miami studio in a few weeks. Her ,

AQUARIUS (January 20-February 18) Oh Baby, on latest release "Share Your Love With Me" is No 1. .' La- Manufactured by
' the third day, look out! Things could gain a footing which verne Bethel (bottom left to right) studying atN. Miami-Dade 1 Jump Suits Ltd.
might get way cut of control, it you're not very foxy. It Jr., College, doing her thing Tax consultant, Howard H. '
will be generally a good week.and at mid-point highlighted ROllins,1031 NW 90th St., Miami Just informed me of his six Ranches{ Back,to School Shirts,
\, by a mini-party of some nature. Enjoy, enjoy. months-old marriage. Congrats, see you soon. Clarence,1 Suits, Slacks
Carter, master of "Slip Away," "To Weak to Fight,' and
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PISCES(February' 19-March 20): You've had a rather "I Smell a Rat" telling me about his gig at the Continental [ News
decent month,so far, Pisces,and the week, ahead is going Club this week-end. Like this, he said, "you got to blow hard, MEN'S JUMP
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to be better. the last three Your
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Will lightning strike three times in th same place? Only
time can provide the answer.If the"amazin' Mets," upset the
Orioles in baseball, it will complete a thing that started with
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last years Jets. As in the case of football and basketball the
Orioles completely dominated the regular season play and then -- R'
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got eliminated by a New York team that nobody gave too mucha j

chance.As .
predicted, the Spacesetters opened the upper floor of
the Jet-Away Club and almost out did themselves.To .
suppliment the Maxie Newbold combo downstairs, thereis
rock singer Dee J. Brown. DeeJ, who hails from around,
Palatka started as a sub: but grew into such a crowd pleaser
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that they've decided to let her belt out the latest in rock for ,. DIVING r ,
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:I' everyones pleasure. C WD x -
I ., To show that variety is the spice of life, upstairs, the fel-
.' lows have continuous music. Frank Sullivan is there for the
t""
: Jazz buffsandDickStrachansupplimentedbyJanKing is there
:I.' for your dancing and listening pleasure. Jan who is a local

girl, offers ballards in such a style and voice that you want '

her to go on singing the rest of the night. To keep everything .....,.. .,. I !, : J
running smoothly during the changing of bands and to keep up t.
with who is in the house, is Cal Roberts. I've got nothing but SPLASH-DOWN AT BROWNSVILLE POOL I
compliments for the Spacesetters, for their latest venture;
but Fm wondering what they have in mind for an encore.It The Brownsville pool, located on NW' 24th Ave. directly Elementary Schools.
'I finally looks as though the old crystal ball is coming into across from the Brownsville Jr. High School, opened Wed- In photo top left: On opening day,which was free to the pub-

,, its own. The Scoreboard to date: high school 29-10 (.744)); nesday, Oct. 8. Pool hours are Monday Saturday 9 a.m.- lic, the children were greeted by staff members of the Rec-
college, 12 5 (.706); professionals, 33-19 (.635)).This weekI 12 noon and 1 p.m. 5 p.m.; and Sunday 1 p.m. 5 p.m.. Ad- reation Division of the Park and Recreation Department.Left .
see: mission is 15$ for children and 40$ for adults. to right: Marva Bannerman, center director of Lincoln
HIGH SCHOOLS: The Metropolitan Dade County Park and Recreation Department Gardens; Cassie McCall, recreation Trainee, New Careers
Hialeah over Norland Real close. Hialeah gets the nod be- will operate the pool for recreational purposes and Program; Robert Payne, lifeguard, Brownsville pool;Donnell
cause they are home. for learn-to-swim programs and all other phases of aquatics. Burke, supervisor central district; and Eva Burnett, recrea-
Miami Beach over Southwest. Another toss up. Depends on The pool will be used for a training program for the studentsof tion leader. Approximately 214 children enjoyed the pool facilities -
,who gets the breaks.. Brownsville Jr. High, Earllngton Heights and Floral Park after school on opening day.
Edison over Central Should be easy.
Columbus over Palmetto. The Explorers have too much de-
fense. Rattlers Crush Alabama 42-14Play;

Jackson over Killian the Generals are out to prove a point.
Miami Springs over Northwestern. Could be close if the Bulls I

play ball. Morris Brown at
the Key breaks.West over South DADE-Another even one that will go wit!:I HomecomingTallahassee

.Carol City over Curley The Chiefs are still on the warpath. Florida Alabama A&M charged out derson was four for eight for dogs passes. Middle guard
Coral Gables over Coral park The Cavaliers to prove their A&M's Rattlers combined in the third quarter and pulled 46 yards and the TD. Raymond Wilcox and coner-
point. crushing ground game and a tenacious within two points touchdown Edwards was the game's back Leroy Charlton each

COLLEGES defense to smother passes from sophomore quar- leadine rusher with 76 yards swiped two while monster Otis
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Bethune-Cookman over Allen The Cats go wild. previously unbeaten Alabama terback FredAtkinstoAndrew la 12 carries but Schoolflelds, Collier and safety Charles
Florida A&M over Morris Brown The Rattlers first test. A&M University 42-14 at Robinson and Joel Reed. The who was the game's top receiver Sasser had one apiece.
Florida State over Tulsa-The Seminoles come back strong. Huntsville, Ala. Saturday first scoring play covered nine with five catches for 72 The Rattlers are now 2-0 on

Florida over North Carolina. the Gators. are fighting to get night. yards and the second went for yards, picked up 73 yards on the season and will meet Mor-
to top of SEC. The Rattlers amassed 290 32.The the ground on four end-around ris Brown College of Atlanta,
Miami over Memphis State-the'Canes finally finds a quarterback yards on the ground while limiting score stood 16-14., plays. Ga., Saturday at 2 p.m. in
the Bulldogs to 69 in the ,MU until the final second of the The Rattler defense was at Tallahassee for the Rattlers'
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Tampa over Wisconsin State. The Spartans are looking for a same department towalkawaywith 'third frame when FAMU full- its best, picking off six Bull homecoming.
j': bowl :,: the win.Hubert back James Owens bulled over
NFL Ginn, FAMU's lead from the one. ::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::: :::::::::::::::::::::::::::
PROFESSIONALS +w Cleveland over Pittsburgh ing scorer, paced the Rattler Rattler defense then stiffened -
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Amateur Boxers
: AFL ,,: San Francisco over Atlanta attack with two touchdowns or and the offense came up with i f
I Kansas City over Miami Detroit over Chicago runs of one and seven yards. 19 more points in the final
: Oakland over Buffalo Dallas over Philadelphia Ginn now has five touchdownsIn quarter to erase all doubts. I Try Out For I|
j San Diego over Boston Los Angeles over Green Bay two games. Ginn open the scoring in the
: New York over Houston Washington over New York The game was a scorelessduel final period with his second TD
t Cincinnati over Denver Minnesota over St. Louis for the opening period but Gallop and Flanker Kent I f MIAMI BARRACUDAS !IOF

: Baltimore over New Orleans FAMU broke the ice with 13- Schoolfield hauled In a 13-yard
35 left in the half when lightning scoring toss from Rattler s THE INTERNATIONAL BOXING LEAGUE 1|:i
CHUMPS OF THE WEEK: The Northwestern Bulls at the <<

j rate you are going, you'll set a world's record in yards pena- quick darted halfback 23 yards Glen for the Edwards game's backup quarterbackDewitt !!; FLY TO HEW YORK, WASHINGTON I r I;;
lized. Tighten up fellows and play some ball. Anderson. Sophomore running
SPORT OF THE WEEK: Rosa Mae-1 reserve the privilegeto Initial score. Horace Lovett's back Nathaniel Coast cappedthe CHICAGO, DENVER AND OTHER CITIES |!
give the bride away. boot for the extra point was scoring with'a three-yard RECEIVE UNIFORMS AND BLAZERS ;S;1;

Until the next meeting of the arm-chair quarterbacks and 7-0 good lead.and the Rattlers took a plundge.In 1:ti;; TRAIN WITH THE BEST EQUIPMENT |;
fifth downers, let's all remain good sports. addition to their bruising >>
first Ginn then followed with his ground game, the Rattler sti TRY OUT AT DINER KEY AUDITORIUM |1!;!
score, cracking over
Game from the one with 3:38 still chalked air for up 431 141 yards yards total throughthe of x i Weekdays 5 p.m. 7 p.m. !!$;!

BTW Boys See Dolphins left. The Bulldogs blocked the fense. Alabama's Bulldogs fi- :::: Weekends Noon -- 2 p.m. :|::

Twenty ninth grade boys se- point after attempt and held the nished with 306 after Atkingsand :::;:::::::::;::.-:::: : :::::::::::::::::::::::::WfxsMmwBEN: ::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::
thony James, John Barnum, Rattlers' lead to 13-0 but by
Jerry Fuller completed 11
lected by the faculty and ad-
Wilton Johnson, Terry Britt halftime the 16-0
score was as
of 26 passes for 237 yards.
ministrative staff of BookerT.
Jr., Carlton Blackshere,Willy Lovett split the upright with a
Washington Jr. High School Hayward and ScrugCshadaoffnightthrough Had 1
Ralph Arllne.
34-yard field goal Just three' enough
enjoyed the Miami Dolphins-' the air as he hit on only
? San Diego Chargers game Sat- seconds before intermission. six of 18 for 95 yards but An- I Change to
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The Success Story Of

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I. HE AY Rosie Lee HornIn And YouBY



f I SEE IT 1963 Mays Rosie High graduatedfrom School of applied Development for Specialist position Career for VINCE COOPEROur Iw I I .

[ By JERRY MITCHELL Goulds Florida almost In ob- Head Start and was successfulin """ ,

-- I security. Little did she know getting the appointment.She dog seems to have an ment of a c o u pie 1 of hundred

DOES DRESS AND ATTITUDE he led me to an unmarked then that she wouldhavea Job has served in the central office infection from a cut he received dollars as your dog lives an

MAKE A DIFFERENCE? car. There, another detective police -- opportunity in Washington,thenation's at the English Center since in the yard.What do you active life of about 10 years

was waiting. He was capital before the end early spring of this year. recommend. and the initial Investment is

The time was 10 o'clock In also dressed in coat and tie. Through Career Development There are several good me- still there. Our c o m p a n y offers

the morning. The setting was I couldn't help but note, the conferences and Supplementary dications for humans that I several courses of payments -
NE 1st Ave. and 7th Street. close resemblance between Training meetings at Uni- would recommend, but for depending on your pocketbook -

Upon my arrival, a good size him and Bart Starr of foot- versity of Miami and Dade sure I would use Tetracycline So the expense now is
of had Junior College Rosie wasableto 450 and keep the cut free '
crowd people gathered. ball fame He wanted to know m.g. no excuse.
I estimated the crowd numbered what I was doing there. I replied meet and Impress persons of dirt. Look for our other article in

around 150. No, it was nota that I was here becauseI from Washington who subse- Having t contacted several the Times each week featuring

protest meeting, a riot or a had never seen a real auc- quently recognized leadership canine companies about attack a K-9 of the week and info on
public hearing. It was simplyan t ability inate in her and neededin training find all to be very expensive the dog and master. My thanks

auction. This auction is tion.He asked for some form of Washington. Why? to you and the Miami Times for

conducted by the United States Identification. I pulled out my making this possible.We .
You will find that training In
Customs Dept. on confiscated wallet very slowly and showed Miss Horn has received and form is expensive, because of will also be happy to conduct -
goods that are illegally him the a K-9 obedience andpro-
my chauffeur's license., accepted appointment as the s imp 1 e fact that it takes
brought into the country. He\ then went into the police Executive Assistant in Head time and patience plus ex- tection demonstration your

Whenever, the departments bit of Interragation. He askedme Start Supplementary Training perience. Attack training is group on organization by appointment "'
warehouse Is in capacity,they questions like my birth- Program in H.E.W.RegionIV. definitely more expensive be- only. Call info to

hold the public auction, get rid I date, weight, height and soon. '..,- She will culminate her work in cause it's done with several Coopers Canine Service 691-

of the old contraband in orderto I figured he asked me that to ROSIE LEE HORN Dade County on October If, people and there is always the 2643.
make way for the new. Mostof see If I could answer to the and begin in Washington, D. possibility of bitten badly -
very
these goods are confiscated information on the license.He of this decade. After her gra- C. on October 20,1969Herduties It is well worth an invest-
from passengers of cruise might have thought the licensewas fuation she worked as a wai- will cover Supplementary Med Dens

ships and private boat owners stolen or forged. tress and a grocery store Training services in Alabama Yellow Benefit TeaThe
who try to smuggle them in He then wanted to see some clerk. Later she applied for a Florida, Georgia, Mis- FOUNDER'SDAY

the country from the Bahama other form of identification. position as teacher-aide in sissippi, Tennessee and South Med-Dens, Medical and
islands and other countries.The I showed him my student card Head Start and was appointedto Carolina with Educational TEA Dental Assistants of Greater

customs departmentdoes from Mlaml-Dade. He imme- Frances S.Tucker Elemen- Projects J incorporated. She 1 Members of Sigma Omicron Miami, invites you to attend a

not like to take the goods diately asked me to repeat my tary School in 1966 where she can be reached after this dateat Chapter of Alpha Chi Pi Omega Yellow Benefit Tea, Sunday,

from their owners, but it is student number to him. I replied worked effectively and effici- 1717 Massachusetts Ave are busy preparing for Oct. 19 from 4-6 p.m. at
one of the two ways to protectthe the number correctly. ently and earned the C.S. degree NW Washington, D.C. 20056. their Autumn Founder's Day Primary 'c' School, 757 NW

American market from the He reached Into the squad car (common ssnse) working Tea, which will beheldatPrimary 66th

cheaper bought Bahama shops. for the microphone. He told with five-year-olds,teachers, Miss H. M. Stolte, Project 'C' 757 NW 66th St.. As St.fashions by Lory's
The other way is for the cus- the other detective to call police principals, aides and parents Manager for HeadStartand the usual you will be entertainedwith and Harvey's Wigs
toms department to place a headquarters to run a takeon In February of this year she musical and literary talent -
entire of this local
contituency Mrs, Opal Stewart, is president -
tariff on the goods to "pro- me. While we were waiting operation proudly salutes that will linger with you as Donations.
tect" the American market. for the take to come back, he of my soul brothers are probably Miss Rosie Lee Horn for her i golden memoirs. You and your

Anyway, there I was, neatly explained to me "it was all in calling me an"Unc Ie accomplishments to this point friends are most cordially Invited -
nestled in the Some a days work." to of
crowd. Tom. and wish for her success to the an evening inspira-
men were passing out pro- I thought it was kind of By and by the "take" came fullest measure of her san- tional enjoyment. y v3Jy
grams that contained a list of strange for them to single me back over the radio an: I was guine hopes. Elmyra Fannln. .basUeus
all the goods that were up for out of the crowd, although I clean. As I started back towards 3'

auction. The auctioning beganat was the only black man there. the crowd a black lady

a fast pace. Cases liquor They must have thought that I asked me if they gave me a 1 PHIL OSSOFER ROOM

were going llkehotcakes. was waiting for a chance to rough time. I paused undecld-

Watches that would normallylist knock 'somebody in the head Ingly, realizing my loss of interest With the exception ofDr. were taken out (up to 1913) by OUTFITS

for $200 were going for and ,take their..money. All the in the auction and went George Washington Carver, men he identified as Black.His
$150 and $500 diamond rings time I had the urge to say In home. Black achievement in scienceand name was Henry Baker, for

were going for three hundred a Joking manner, "I bet Fm Invention has been almost many years Assistant Ex- r 4R
bucks. cleaner than you guys will ever totally neglected in history.Nor aminer of the U.S. Patent Office t

The crowd was buzzing with be." GRAYSON will that history become He had been a naval cadetat Your Credit Is Good

excitement as the auctioneer I was casually but neatly fully known,because prejudice Annapolis, leaving becauseof WE CARRY OUR
gavelled the goods away.About dressed at the time and gave BEAUTY SALON has blurred the picture. When racial prejudice.In OWN ACCOUNTS

20 minutes Into the auction complete cooperation. I won- (Newly Open) Black Inventors found that DRISKt.CHIIfOR
1900 Baker published his SPACIOUS
1778 NW 95th Street many people would not accept IOQKCASI HIAfr.HARD. .
two dered what would have
fingers taped me on the happened first findings in four giant vo- WOWS MOUPO
right shoulder. I turned cau- if I had worn some dunga- Tel: 696-6550 their devices, some concealed lumes which included the actual tAMPS. SOFA IIP'AK0of

tiously around to notice a tall rees, a tee shirt, tennis and a Special attention to children their Identities. drawings and plans sub MATO colons*>OfAli i-tnr RV TAMIL QtOItI

white man dressed in sports I'i"sky" on my head, and at the Expert Wig StylistAir Much information is available mitted to the Patent Office by COCKTAIL TAMI-MHO l-WEO
If one seeks it out. In the ORATOR LAMP AITMMt
coat and tie. He told me that same time uncooperative. If Conditioned Black inventors. His list included SIZE/ DINETTE WITH 4 CON
he was with the Miami Police that were the case, they might Louella Grayson, Prop. past in this column Ihave a Jet-propulsion bal.. ,TRASTINOCHAIR8.T.
written of
of the Inventions
some
Department and asked me to not have believed athinglsaidand Sarah Cooper, Op.ratorsFRANKLIN'S great loon; a railroad crossing swit- COMKITI a
of Black such 28r
come with him. After work- ended in city Jail on con- Norman Rlllieux men, as ch; a self-setting animal trap; ONLY FOR
who Inventedthe
Ing our way through the crowd, srsplracy to rob.By now, many first practical, multiple- a telephone: system; a window
_.
.- cleaner; a printing pr e s s; a lARGE DOUBLE DRESSER,
effect vacuum evaporatorwhich CHEST, MIRROR AND PANEL
is being used in many industries foundation pen; a bicycle, anda IE D. THIS All FORMICA ItO-
CARPET steam boiler All this before ROOM SET COMES COMPUTE
today; Elijah McCoy WITH MATTRESS AND MATCHING .
("the Real McCoy),whose 19001 SOX SPRING 2 PIllOWS
AND 2 LOVELY IAMFS. IN.
8650 NI 22ND AVENUE lubricating cup, one of 75 patents Too late for Mr. Baker's ClUDED IS A 7-rC., FAMILY
he held enabled for the book was Mr. GarrettA. Mor- SIZE! DINETTE. 3 PC. SECTIONAL
SPECIALIZING IN RUG SALES & CLEANING LIVING ROOM WITH 2.
first time, the lubrication of gan, who is possibly the most STEP TABLES AND COCkTAIL
COMMERCIAL CLEANING & FLOOR WAXING TAIL!. DECORATOR LAMPS
machinery without the necessity noted Black inventor of the OP YOUR CHOICE.

CARPETING CLEANED IN YOUR HOME OR OUR PLANT of stopping It for this modern per i 0 d. Mr. Morgan OMLITI $
service; Lewis Ho ward Lat- invented the gas mask used by r
FREE ESTIMATES IN YOUR HOME CALL 696-9133 OR 6353641f24
timer, able assistant to Alex- American soldiers in World
HOUR ANSWERING SERVICE, '" ander Graham Bell, and more War 1. He also inventedour I CHOOSE FROM MODERN

S .,; ; I .. 'I'I recently, Meredith C. Gour- traffic light. Yes, a Black man FRENCH SPANISH. OR CALM
J AN SOFA AND MArCHING
/ 1/.I'.i;; .::"+, ,,,. I ". I fy .. dine, whose Electrogasdyna- invented that light which enables CHAIR. IND TASK.
'f.
'< Jr : "'-' mlcs COCKTAIL TABLE AND 2 ,INILAM'S
device is traffic to
j'f move smoothly
revolutionizing
I 'j, ) : ,. '" ROUND DINETTI
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'
I ,/, 14 /If' the spraying Industry. on our streets. So you can be TABLE WITH 4 SWIVEl BUCKET
;, 4 f ,
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f CHAIRS IN THE LATEST
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rn "..;. 1, '\"".:,,.,. :;io'I ,( "I'i'f One man who made a long proud when you see that light DESIGN BY MARMUR;TRIPLE i.
-": '" .;, 'and car e f u investigation of turn from green to yellow to DRSSSEI WITH 2 TWIN

i m i.t '., Black Inventors turned up red, knowing its Inventor was MIRRORS.AND QUEEN HIGH ROY SIZI CHEST
I /' some 800 to 1200 patents that Black. HEADBOARD INCLUDED IS A
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30 THE MIAMI TIMES, Friday, October 17, 1969CLASSIFIED

CHILDCARELoving MALE HELP WANTED

I ADS childcare Delivery FOUNTAINEBLEAUHOTEL WANT .

service and meals. Call Mrs.

20 WORDS OR LESS $2.00. IOC FOR EACH ADDITIONAL :.VOKD. Wilson 757-5462. PORTERS JOB SECURITY?

DEADLINE FOR CLASSIFIED ADS TUESDAY 6 P. M. after 5p.m. WAREWASHERS
-. -- ..' Pickup and delivery FURNITURE MOVERS
f Call 635-1882.
1'' FOR SALEFor FOR SALE FOR RENT Apply in person: GOOD PAY?
teach children for working Personnel Office, 10 a.m.to .

sale large lots 50 x 140. SELLER PAYS ALLCLSOING Clean quiet rooms, two settle mothers, 7 days a week, at a 4 p.m,4441 Collins Ave.,

Good neighborhood.Duplex for COSTS. SELL FOR FHA VALUATION Christian gentlemen. Meals very low prince. Willie Mae Miami Beach. ADVANCEMENT?

sale. 5381340. Need money Modern 4 bedroom, 2 ifdeslredor kitchen privi- Singletary, 2310 NW 55th Ter. Equal Opportunity Employer

call? bath CBS in Carol Cityat4301NW leges. Phone 633-5766 before 634-8711. The Dade Co. Park &

171st St. Large corner. 7 a.m. or after 7 p.m.
Recreation has
CBS 2 bedroom 1 bath like new Seperate garage, open front Room for rent. 1116 NW 51st Dept.

FHA $300 down$90 month.See porch, central heat, built-in Wish to rent to stable single Terrace. SEWING MACHINE IMMEDIATE openingsin

1827 NW 43rd St. Atlantic and stove refrigerator, fenced man or woman, furnished efficiency REPAIR SPECIAL Brownsville area

Pacific Realtors, 666-0411. yard with sprinkler system. apartment, air con- Childcare in my home, your for:

FHA price $21,500, $1,300 ditioned and heat, utility in- child will have thebestof care ** POOL MANAGERS

stores special Com down, $149.78 month and seller cluded. Call 691-3849 9 a.m. in my home. Mrs. Anderson ** LIFEGUARDS
*
mercial building now rented as pays: all closing costs. to 1 p.m. Monday thru Thurs- 759-8335. (Indef.) Clean & Oil 00

grocery store plus adjoining Life Realty, Broker 759-4371 day, after 5 p.m. Friday thru Adjust Tensions SI CONCESSION

apartment lot. Apartments: 624-3666. Sunday. Practical nurse or experienced Check Wiring ATTENDANTS

may be added on top of grocery aide live in. Care of stroke Adjust Belt LABORERS

store. Existing building Is divided 18525 NW 39th Court Imma- victims. 9491249.KindergartenNursery.. Delint Machine Apply Park & Recreation

into 2 stores, with separate culate 2 bedroom, 2 bath on MISCELLANEOUSMADAM, Insp.d Lubricate Nato Dept., 50 S. W. 32nd Rd.,

meters. Excellent buy. water. FHA $19,500 seller (Vizcoyo) Mon. thru Fri.,
See 1399 NW 61st St. Phone KAYA 5 days 8:30 a.m. to 4:00 p.m.
: all closing costs.Central reader Phone: 534.9904
pays gifted spiritualist
c. 666-0411 Atlantic and Pacific per week. Free pickup and de
Realtors. heat, stove, refrigerator, .and advisor. Guaranteed to livery. For information call

dishwasher, dryer,draperies. help. Advice on all problems Mrs. Eva M Ware, 7588072or Or 864.4309 ............................

HOME FOR SALE This one has everything, don't_ love, marriage, courtship, Mrs. Dorothy Brown 758- SEW-VAC : GO TO CHURCH t
get shut out see today. Aet- transactions. RELIABLE
business Help
Beautiful CBS, 3 bedrooms, 3446. (Sep. 26))
inside na Realty (Broker), 811 NW 54 find loved ones and lost arti- ,SUNDAY. ,
Immaculate
and out, St. Phone 757-5724, Open til cles. Guaranteed help. She .......... ........
terrazzo floors modern kit-
PSALMS '28
noon on Sat. others have
succeeds where
cbe, all appliances, awning, Hove You Tried My Oil?
;j fine neighbors, drive by 17815 failed. She gives you lucky .. hold O'CONNOR T. CLARK
Are lucky Can
you you
NW 27th Ct., then call LEW 'days and lucky numbers.Blessed onyhlng..Who' do you n.ed Creative Engineer and Inventorhas
Baron 688-6616, Webb Realty FOR RENT oil and lucky charms for most? All the people who
11575 NW 7th Ave the home. From 9 to 9 daily reached me lost week were, made another minor discovery. I will pre

Room. Modern, central heat She is a true instrument of helped the some+ day that serve your income tax and other records M1
ing clean and in quiet zone. God. She helps and heals by they received my package.
3 BEDROOM HOUSE You can be helped, too. I against termites and the wear and tear of
Drive by 1152 NW 46th St.Call Kitchen facilities also avail prayer. 688-9178 11601 NW do case work. Send $3 for time for 30 on $1.50 plus tax that includes
.
years ,
to see this CBS on corner lot. able. Man only. Call 691- 7th Avenue (Nov. 7) your oil and menage Now.

Has two closed porches and 1177 after 5 p.m.on weekdays Prophet Billy WynderP. an 8x12 document.

car port.Needs some painting. and after 7 a.m. Saturday and MADAME DIANE 0. Box 1236 Office hours: daily to 1 p.m., 3 to 6 p.m.

Price $16,000 FHA. Need$1,- Sunday. The lady from the land of Ft. Lauderdale, Fla. 33311 Monday thru Saturday

300 to buy. $136 monthly. A. miracles. She should help 8295 NW 4th AVE MIAMI, FLA.
Ben-Kori, Realtor, 759-2425. Room in private home for reliable where others have failed. She
working man.691-0425. helps you on all problems and

sickness. Gives lucky days Net $25,000

Apartment: for rent in the rear. and numbers. Special reading
2 CBS one family houses on one Make Big Profits As A
lot. $1500 down Income $2236 Living room, dinette, 2 bed- with this ad. Phone,688-9128 YearGrocery

yearly. Phone UN 6-7577 any room kitchen, and shower. 14060 NW 7th Ave. NEWSPAPER ADVERTISING

morning until 9 a.m. for de- 6858 NW 15th Avenue in te (Oct. 17 & 24, 31) Meat

tails. rear. Phone 691-9027. Beer & Wine SALESMANSome
+ Ironing only. In my home or
Low rental
'"' 1 fine bedroom house.1 studio Room for 1 or 2 men. 634- yours. 696-3320. advertising sales experience necessary.
lease
Long term
house. Utilities all CBS 2485 8244. LOST Salary, commission, drawing account.
NW 57th Street. CALL 624-0583
Room in I private home for Lost Daschund vicinity of 11th Call Mr. Reeves

I clean working woman. Settled and 12th Streets SW. $25 reward OR 314.9131 691.0421
SELLER PAYS CLOSING COS
preferred. Phone 635-4078. for Information about
SELL FOR FHA VALUATION
dog. FR 41408.
Modern 3 bedroom,2 bath CBS
Room. Nice honest man.Privi- RENT A'NEW CAR
at NW 92nd St. near 19th
,
leges of home life. Call 757- from
Ave. Hugh rooms, bie built-
5697. New Antioch Moriah
in kitchen, large seperate gar Ill,
Church
awning windows, air con-
age .
Private room. Man or woman. DAY CARE CENTER 30por.wook., Oil
titioner heat. FHA price
gas Close to busline.. Cook on ,\.
$23,000, $1,600 down, $158.67 weekend. Snacks & Hot Meals '. /

month and seller pays all clos- Free pick up& delivery Master 'Charge, Bonk Amerl- .. /' 4v'4
ing costs, Life Realty Broker card,Diners, Amer..Express,
1081 ,
Room in private home, Carte Blanche "'
7594371.We 154-2985
NW 61st St. Phone 7584164Man CREDIT CARDS HONORED
only. 4110 NW 7th AVENUE AIRWAYS RENT-A-CAR
have 2 bedroom CBS
a 3590 NW 36th St -6356444FOR
home located on NW 47th St. Licensed by state welfare
for sale. The owner Is out of Rooms. Clean, quiet rooms, to the
two settle Christian gentlemen
town and has agreed to seel
ladies. Meals desiredor
the house under FHA at $17- or
kitchen Phone Publichp
500 and will pay: all closing privileges. "Any where In the world SALE
633-5766 before 7 aftei r
costs. This home has every a.m.or you wont to go" this ";

thing: tile roof, oak floors, 7 p.m. TICKfTS COST 5505 NW 7th Avenue Y
h
Fla. room and is an outstanding BUSINESS PROPERTY : :
Nice 1 bedroom house. Preferto NO MORE *T 'Young Lady
buy. If you would like all * *
sell to right party cheap.
of the details, contact Aetna : 2500 ft. Office
sq. is
$200 down. $20 week.' NE 5- ffIM'ItIY1RAYEL 4VV
{
Realty (Broker), 811 NW 54th Showroom. Warehouse V s

St. Phone: 757-5724, oepn till 5566. BRMI"Your / parking in rear. GnitedcAir
;
noon on Sat. * *
1 bedroom house.5141 NW 2nd Neighborhood Travel! a""
Ave. Ask for Mr. Wilson $24 Agentt" $25,000 3-Z TERMS LinesShe
5705 NW 5th Court bedroom
week. No children. $25
all city utilities,stove,refrig- per A* near to you at your WHY PAY RENT!!

... 'erator, FHA value $11,000 deposit.bedroom. telephone.WE DELIVER.Give u 7543517.* a call. AETNA REALTY, INC.

$350 down(Vets and 221 people unfurnished.. 6105 NW 7th Avenue 811 NW 54th Street
$100). Seller pays: all closing Chat. C. North, Manager
tage. $22 'weekly, 534 NW 43 Phone: 757-5724 Is THE representative of our Company who
F costs one FHA 20 year mort-
St. WILL be most remembered by the,traveler.
Bring a deposit! Aetna
gage. '
Therefore,the responsibilities are great-but so
Realty (Broker) 811 NW 54th
Furnished apartment: for rent. are the rewards. Adventure, thorough training,

St., Phone: 757-5724Opentill Know children, Phone 691- COME TO SEE US AT: plus a generous salary awaits the young,lady

,noon on.Sat. 4764. who can qualify to }join"our Stewardess team.If .

.7t 6733-35 NW 2nd Court Gor- U-Tofe-M MarketsTHERE you are:

geous 11/2, years ,old duplex, Young women is looking for a a high school graduate at least 19Va yearsof
2 bedrooms each side. Asking apartment part fur- age 5' 2" to 5' 9" with your weight In ,
room or : .
$21,000 assume 6% mortgageEZ proportion to your height and single ::
,
nished or unfurnished. In the IS ONE NEAR YOU .
terms, live In one, col- NW section, Phone 337-3411 Why not Investigate this position further? 1+4
lect rent from the other. Aetna extension 366 9 to 4:30 p.m. FINE GROCERIES & MEATS Interviews will be held at the 'm'-',

Realty (Broker), 811 NW 54 First National Bank Building

St. Phone: 757-5724, open til 100 S. Biscayne Boulevard
noon on Saturday. FOR RENT WE FEATURE Suite 1100 .
Lovely efficiency, no child Miami, Florida ,,',. '" V,
<
3031 NW 164th St. GorgeousCBS ,ren $19; 1 bedroom CBS ,Saturday, Oct. 18th and Saturday, Oct. 25th ,"

3 bedroom. No qualifying apartment: $22; 2 bedroom Wise Potato ChipsAND 10:00 a.m. 2:00: p.rruNo --- -'

assume mortgage,E-Z terms. CBS Duplex $32.Deposit appointment necessity

N Hurry! Hurry! Hurry! 'Aetna Required I United AirLines : '/

Realty (Broker), 811 NW 54th REFERENCES REQUIRED SNACKS .
til WEST.REALTY ." AN EQUAL OPPORTUNITY EMPLOYER
St. Phone ,757-5724, open
2020 NW 62nd St.(Open 10-12)
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Gives
ti: Kellogg Tennessee State $226,000
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$::!:
i ii Peoples I Banks Lend
I : :!t Nashville- The W, K. Kel- School of Engineering.The .
logg Foundation of Battle announcement was

I $500.000 To Students ttl Creek, Michigan, has approved made Thursday,Oct.2,by TSU

........ ., a five-year commitment of President A.P. Torrenceashe M
OT" '';';'
$226,000 to Tennessee State addressed students and faculty
The Peoples Group of Na- terest ceiling under Govern- Universary here for the pur- at the 1969-70 Opening Con- Y

tional. Bankshasprovided ment repayment guarantee. pose of strengthening the TSU vocation. Said he, "all of us .
$500,000.00 in financial assistance Washington reports indicate are most grateful for the Kel- :
to local students enter- that a movement is being pushed logg Foundation's investmentin .: .
ing colleges of the area this nationally to authorize pay College Check Tennessee State Univers- (_ _

fall.Edna ment to private lenders of up ary. In these days spiraling i _
M.Bell, executive vice to 3 per cent in fees above the List for Vets educational costs, it is most

president of the Peoples First current ceiling. difficult for us to provide many .
Veterans in college underthe s
National Bank of
Miami
of the strengths in engineeringthat
Shores, today reported the Banks at the national level G.I. Bill today were offered our students require."
fund had been committed by the which make 87 per cent of such a check list by the Veterans President Philip E. Black
banks for Federally insured loans, according to the autho- Administration to be sure
of the Foun-
erby W.K.Kellogg
their G.I. checks arrive on PRETTY BACKSTAGE TEACHERJane O'Connor -
student loans.
ritative American Banker dation in to
a telegram Dr.
Mrs. Bell, who also is sen- have indicated that they need time, at the right place and in Torrence said, "I regret that a former teacher and curriculum expert, i s

ior loan officer for the North at least 9.5 per cent Interest the right amount. we could not accept your one of the production advisors for "Sesame Street,"
Turn in Certificate of
Dade banking group, said the rate in order to "break even" your to the thoughtful invitation to participate a new daily series of television programs designed
Eligibility college
loans provide a 7 cent in- on these obligations.
per 10
personally your for children.
registrar as soon as you re- especially preschool Miss O'Connor,
gister. opening convocation. We are who holds a master's degree for Columbia University

I Mr. See to It the school official occasion especially happy since to coincleds mark this recommends subject matter for the series and i Is
Job-Seeker-Help Is HereWant
returns if promptly to VA. "
coordinator of the "Parent's
If your checks do not start with the beginning of our five- a program's Guide,

to learn new skill and What are the classes?Auto- within a few weeks after the VA year grant to Tennessee State. a monthly I publication aimed at helping mothersand

become part of the thousandsof Body Paint and Repair; Upholsterer gets your enrollment certificate The Foundation is pleased to ( teachers) to help their children get the most

experienced, trained and ; and, Woodworking contact your nearest VA share in the continuing effortsof of this unique television experiment.
well paid workers of Dade? Machine Operator. Three office. your university keep its

Keep reading. good, solid occupations that If you change your college or educational programs rele-
The Manpower Developmentand will start you at a minimum course of study,apply Immed- vant in the face of changing
Training Act (MDT)can salary of $2.00 an hour and up iately to VA for anewCertifi- conditions in our society."It .
provide you with the chance to start, and within one year cate of Eligibility. is programs of this nature CARLTON KttlY
you've been looking for. At no bring you at least$3.00to$3.- If you change the address to that will enable the Uni- 4*
cost to you- and in many cases 50 an hour. The chances which your checks are coming, versity to continue to serve its +
students, its state, and its region 3074 NW 79TH ST q BROKERS
with an allowance to help along your advancement are unlimited notify both the VA and the Post
while you learn the MDTA is and depend only on Office. ever more effectively." If No Answer:
beginning three classes in your ability to perform the job. Inform VA immediately of Gary W. King, Associate 693-4772 759-6500
This is a sure to better changes due to Program Director for the
trades that are in constant de- way any dependency
Foundation 'said in FHA-COZY. 2 bdrm, 1 bath liv eat-in kitch
a letter to rm, ,
and become divorce births
yourself financially marriage
man throughout the Miami or
Dade County area. a skilled well trained Job deaths. President Torrence, "we are carport, Ige grnds, close-in, $12,000, $1,000 dn,
$96 all.FHAELEGANT,3.
seeker. Return promptly the Certi- very pleased that the Founda- mo. pays

Call 377-2411 and ask for ficate of Attendance card you tion is in a posiion to assist bdrms, bath, liv entrance

Alumni CharteringBus the MDTA Unit Now. Don't will receive from VA near the Tennessee State University in rm, Ige ditch, DR, very Ige rear screened porch,
For FAMU wait. The classes are starting end of your enrollment period. its efforts to further improveits $16,500, $1,000 down, $115.67 mo.
within the next week.Call If drop out of school. faculty and its curriculm.
now. you
We are confident that this pro- FHA-CBS, 3 bdrms, 1 bath, LR, bitch, rear prch,
Southern ClashThe or load even-- tell reduce the VA your right course away. gram will be of great value. tile rf, $17,000, $850 down, $120 mo.

eighteen dollars(18.00)round FAMU Alumni Meets FHA-CBS, 3 bdrm, 1 bath, LR kitch, din rm, util I
trip Miamians can wit- rm, crprt, completely renovated inside and out,

ness the annual gridiron rival- Monthly meeting of the FA- Bay Street $17,500, $750 down, $139 mo. pays all.

.ry between the Rattler and the MU Alumni Association will be
'
FHA-CBS,3 bdrms, 2 baths, Ige LR, eat-in kitch,
Jaquars of Southern Uni- held Saturday October 18 at Cleaners
,
din area, carprt, tile rf, hdwd (Irs, $23,000,
versity slated for Bragg Sta- 7:30 p.m. attheCarverYMCA,
$2,000 dn, $155.71 mo. -t'
dium, November 15, in Talla- 5770 NW 15th Ave. 1340 NW
hassee. Heading the Agenda are the 3rd AVENUE FHA-CBS. Spacious 3 bdrm 2 bath, Fla rm, LR
North's Travel Bureau will trios to Tallahassee to witnessthe Wllllom Johnson, Igeikitch, din area, util I ,m. f Ige' crprt, open fro t
accept reservations through FAMU-Southern came ont PHONE: 379-6121 Own.r, Mar. prch, tile rf, terr firs. Don't lose this one. $26,300,

November 10. Interested per- November 15 and, of course, Offers Cleaning and Laundry Service $2,300 down, $208 mo. pays all.

sons are urged to contact the the annual Orange Blossom of fine quality at reasonable neighborhood prices. LUXURIOUS WATERFRONT. 4 bdrm, 3 baths, 2-
agency early to avoid being Classic in early December. if Desired car gar., util I rm, Ige LR, din rm, built-in kitch,
shut out. However, as many President Robert Strapp, Free pickup and Delivery Fla rm, tile rf, CBS, terr & Hdwd firs, splitlevelon
full buses as needed will be recently attended a meeting at 100x135 lot. $32,500, $8,000 dn, $193.49 mo.
chartered.The the DuPont Plaza in which Dr.
buses will leave from B.L. Perry, FAMU President. MANY OTHER CHOICE LOCATIONS
INCLUDING LOTS
Manor Park, 1300 NW 50th St. appointed several committeesfor AUTO INSURANCELow ,.
at 11:30 Nov. 14 1969. smooth execution of the
p.m. the Premium Rates b. ;.. "
.
annual Orange Blossom Clas-
Low Monthly Payments .;. <
INSURANCE sic. Immediate SR-22 Filings ..... '
PROBLEMS? The local association is requesting OFFICE HOURS .1 "4 DAY SPECIAL"Fri
its
from
assistance Mon. Thru FrI. 9i30-7iOO :.
Having trouble with members to assure the finest Sat. 9)30-4:00) Sat, Man, Tues.
life becauseof at .j
insurance Classic ever and to assure
ailmentIf reoresentation of BROWN REALTY & INSURANCE AGENCY
age or ample BRAND NEW
4740 NW 7th Avenue -
the local association at the
so, please call between
4 and 8 p.m. 6932534. Southern-Rattlers November 15. C lash on 754-0655 1969 AUTOMATIC



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3 bedrooms, 2 baths, central heat, modem de- Straight Stitching I service in you home

sign. Partly furnished. Sprinkler system. .5... over Pins ._______ ;;.___....;.___

18721 NW 42nd Ave. $19,900. $1,600 down
Avenue COME IN OR CALL FOR
6530 H.V15th BRAND NEW HOMES FREE HOME DEMONSTRATION

-. 691-0421 -- .3 bedrooms, 2 bathsEl .room and den. Place I

.. .. your order today. Some "completed. Be 6969442'I '
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: 1J.' rlwatEIrcU..S.CHOICE SPECIALS GOOD THRU SUNDAY OCT. 19 1969

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