The Miami times
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Title: The Miami times
Physical Description: Newspaper
Language: English
Publisher: The Magic Printery
Place of Publication: Miami Fla
Creation Date: October 24, 1969
Frequency: weekly
Subjects / Keywords: African Americans -- Newspapers -- Florida   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Miami (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Miami-Dade County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Genre: newspaper   ( marcgt )
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Spatial Coverage: United States -- Florida -- Dade -- Miami
Coordinates: 25.787676 x -80.224145 ( Place of Publication )
Additional Physical Form: Also available on microfilm from the University of Florida.
Dates or Sequential Designation: Began in 1923.
General Note: "Florida's favorite Colored weekly."
General Note: "Tempora mutantur et nos mutamur in illis."
General Note: Editor: H.F. Sigismund Reeves, <Jan. 6, 1967-Dec. 27, 1968>.
General Note: Description based on: Vol. 25, no. 8 (Oct. 23, 1948).
Funding: Funded by NEH in support of the National Digital Newspaper Project (NDNP), NEH Award Number: PJ-50006-05
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Consecutive Years Serving i ti At Everglades Hotel Oct. 2629... iI

A7 The Miami Greater Community I Cosmetologists Invade Miami I

LOOKING FOR A HOUSE? I For Regional Meeting I

SECTION ON PAGE 31. The 17th Annual meeting of serving as hostess chairman.The ship being drawn from representatives
the Southern Atlantic Regionof Committee will entertainthe of the five states
I TEMPORA MUTANTUR ET NOS MUTAMUR IN ILLB the National Beauty Cultu- visitors with hospitality which make up the Region.
f rists' League will open its hour Sunday evening. All roads from Alabama,
Vol. 47, No. 9 MIAMI. FLORIDA. FRIDAY, OCTOBER 24, 1969 15
h meeting Sunday, with morning _mIj'I..Lll..BUCHLERB.HUNTER,' Georgia, North Carolina,
( worship service at the Greater South Carolina,and the entire
Bethel AME Church. The State of Florida lead toMiaml
J First Black Neba Franchise Opens Here Trade Show Ribbon Cutting is to celebrate the beginning of
scheduled for 1:00 p.m. at the the "Second Halt' fortheNa- I
, 'on several other national New Everglades, when the tional Beauty Culturlsts' \
( franchises for black owners. doors will be opened to all licensed League, Inc.MRS. .
Under SBA's "Operation beautician membersand it NrI r -
i Mainstream," minority busi- non-members, also stu- ,
N q. nessmen may obtain guaran- dents enrolled in beauty Iii
: : rxa i teed bank loans with a maxi- schools accompanied by their ( I''olh I II N I Ii
III'D": mum down payment of 15 per instructors.
cent of their capital require- i
ments. During the past fiscal
year, more than $100 million
has been loaned to 4,300 mi-
nority group borrowers, mostof
them, like Peoples, black.
peoples said he learned of MRS.

the business opportunity Regional Supervisor
through a friendwhosaidNebawas \ }
working with the SBA in Monday, Tuesday and 3ha
search of a purchaser for the f Wednesday classes will be con-
Liberty City unit, which was Y t ducted for advanced trainingin
under construction at the time. creative styling, shop man-
Peoples, a native Miamian, agement, coloring, millinery, MARION E. MULDROW
is a graduate of NorthwesternHigh wig making and styling, and State Supervisor'
School, where he received other phases of the beauty pro-
varsity letters in several fession by qualified Instructors Want' to StopSmoking
sports, and attended Florida with all of the a c 11 v 11 y
1 A&M University on a football DR. KATIE E. WHICKAM geared toward upgrading the ?

'1y5'.', scholarship. A fte college, National President profession of beauty culture. Want to stop smoking? Now
A5f X.'y}.t Peoples, wanted to go Into The "Recognition Banquet"to is the time! You can lick the
business for himself and found This educational workshop be held on Monday night is habit by attending the five day
the Neba franchising programto will deal with the latest in hair just what its name lmr na plan to stop smoking to be held
his liking fashions done by and with new Special will be each November 2
'''''' recognition ,
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Neba International, based in and advanced products.The given to members, Jobbers and through 6 at 7:30 p.m. at the
WALTER G. PEOPLES Hollywood, Fla., has 77 com- schedule for Mondayand Miami citizens wnoua\'e made Louis E. Wolfson Auditoriumat
,. Franchise Owner panyowned or franchised out- Tuesday Is 9:00 a.m.'un- significant contributions to the Mount Sinai Hospital on Mi-
Neba international, Inc., chain's program of recognizing lets In operation in eight til 5:00 p.m., and Wednesday beauty field and communityand ami Reach. This community
Florida-based fast food restaurant the needs of minority states. The company offers 9:00 a.m. until 1:00 p.m. civic welfare.. On Tues- service is sponsored by Hia-
''i. chain, has announced groupsand! assisting, them In both.the.Neba Hero and Neba The Local Committee com- day night, a gala hair stylefashion leah Hospital in cooperation
r. its newest franchise opening, their, contacts with the SBA., Roast Beef franchises. In New prises the, four units of the show and dance will 'with Mount Sinai Hospital as a
the company's first under the Wright said the new Neba York State, the hero outletsare beauty culturlsts'league In the be presented by the Cosme service to your good health.
Small Business Administra Hero Shop at 1500 NW 62nd St., called Mike's Giant Sub- City of Miami and Dade County ticians' Guildasegmentofthe For reservations call Hialeah
tion's "Operation Mainstream Miami, Is operated by Walter marines. with Mrs. Marion, E. Muldrow Regional, with its member- Hospital 696-8000 now.
." G. Peoples, a franchise owner
The federal assistance pro- who resides in. the predominantly -
gram enables minority group black district of Miami
businessmen to obtain guaranteed known as Liberty City.He was
bank loans with mini- able to purchase the Neba
mum down payments toward franchise with a SBA guaran-
capital requirements,accord- teed loan obtained through the
First National Bank of Miami.
ing to Bill Wrfght'Neba'S director -
of Special marketing., Peoples and Wright were
Wright, the first black em- brought together by membersof
ployed by Neba in a corporate the United Black Federa- Jest
executive level post, named tion's ,Economic DevelopmentTask
recently to implement the Force who are working

Student Gets 20 Years

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For School ShootingErnest

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I Lee Grissom, 16, A Jury of five men and one L

who went on a shooting ram- woman deliberated 40 minutes L 4P
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page last year at Drew Jun- .
ior High School, was convicted -
Tuesday of second degree The shootings took place
murder and aggravated as- May 22, 1968, Larry Jones,
sault. shot in the head, died on June
Dade Criminal Court Judge 23. Dean was hospitalized for
Jack M. Turner sentenced him two weeks and said he is still
to 20 years in prison for the under medical care, althoughhe
murder of fellow student has returned to his Job as t
Larry Jones, 13, and five a teacher of graphic arts.The t rn
years for wounding teacher bullet that struck him pierceda --1r
Noward Dean, 27. The sen- shoulder and bored Into his
tences will run concurrently. chest.
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Teens Guilty In Urban League Guild Might Of Stars And Blue Hour A Success '.

These are the members who are responsible for making the Bottom row left to right: Ann Mitchell,Shirley Moore, Car-
: Night of Stars and Blue Hour at the Everglades Hotel, Oct. 12 lee Daniels, Olivia Rogers, Margret Davis, Gloria Coleman, ;
J $23,085 Robbery a success. lona Buckholtz (co-chairman), Bessie Rogers and Wllena
Smith (chairman.).
Four Dade County youths ton delayed sentencing Jerome Dave Bondu was'the MC and who a marvelous Job. The Second row left to right: Portia Bannister, Merlon' Muldrow
pleaded guilty Tuesday to tak- Roberts, 18; James Lee entertainers who gave their services were Miss Phyliss Catherne Gibson, Maude Reid(president of the Urban League) r
ing part in a $23,085 robberyat Hayes, 18; Anthony Miles, 19, Branch, Miss Candy Lane, Guy Facciannl,.Sasplralla Mae, Barbara Higgs, Adline Pontiphflet and Ruth Smith. Y '
the Coral Gables Federal and his.brother,. Michael, 20, Bobby Marshall, the Tropicals, Little Della Humphry, Miss Third row left to right: Edna Owens, Sarah Pullom, Gertrude ;
Savings & Loan Association In pending background reports. Mar ion Taylor' and Frank Duboise sextette. They were all Crowder,.Rosa Lee Brady (vice president), Hester Rivers -
August. Another teen, Eddie Lee great, you name them,,and they were there. They are still Betty Moss, IrmatinexHotton, Ann Undsey -Packard

I Federal-Judge Charles Ful- continued on page 3 talking about the show and how much they joyed it. (president), Ann. Dlxon."" ,t.. '. ,%.,"

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2 THE MIAMI TIMES, Friday, October 24, i69
: t Community Councils To Organize I
Black-Owned Insurance
I Organizational Meeting-' start our first beginners Span- es and adult basic education
I Primary "A" and "C" ish Class in the c o m m u n i t y classes which will assist you

Heads Meet In TampaSixty for community councils will be school program. Those desir- considerable in your handwriting .
held Thursday, October 23rdat ious of acquir ing a basic reading skills,english .
In the Orange Pod understanding of the languagefor and arithmetic.
executives of Black- Wagner, agency secretary at 7:30 Primary p.m. "C" School. A 11 work, study, travel,or en
owned life Insurance compa- Crusader Life are asked to be pre- richment. Considerable use Classes are basically for
nies will pursue the subject, : .+!! parents discussion of the will be made of audiovisual;.adults; however, students ac-
confer to hear
of the sent
The last day
"How to Recapture the Black by Educational program and ageneral both in instruction and in dis companied by their parents
Market when the Sixth An- ence will feature a speech
the may register for these classes.
with cussion. -
of meeting
ual Home Office Mid-Year Jesse Hill, Jr., president further
is opened For informationcall
and of faculty and staff. Registration
the Association actuary
Conference of the National Insurance -
still being made to high school equivalency class- 836-0012.
Association meets In Atlanta Life Insurance Co. Plans are -

Tampa, Oct. 23-25, accordingto Members of NIA's develop ,
James H. Browne, NIA vice ment project tea m will also
president and president of report on plans for adevelop-
Crusader Life Insurance Co. Klu-nt company designed to accelerate

of Kansas City, Kansas. the growth of black
The conference Is part of the life Insurance companies.

association's on going program .
Life Insurance Co.
to raise standards and Central
\ will act host company
of Tampa as
improve practices among its
members. All sessions will beheld .

at the Manger Motor Hotel JESSE HILL, JR. 01

Association President "Fire" Featured On
Browne will deliver the key-
note address at the
Farmers Home Administration -
Black Journal 17
sessions. A college president,
; Don Stow, Economic De-
professor of management, an
velopment Administration and BLACK JOURNAL To
underwriting Inspections Walter Sorg, Office of Minority features
night's program
and -
specialist, representatives
Business Enterprise.Their "fire," a two-character dramatic
of member companies ana
presentations will describethe film, about the conflict r
government agencies will sug-
federal government's programs white liberal and
between a a
solutions to that
gest problems
of assistance to small
black urban which
daily confront black life,insurance dwqller
business through direct or rages in and around a tele- ':,
companies. guaranteed loans, tax incentives phone booth during a flre.An-
Scheduled to
appear are Dr.
subsidized training programs tonio Fargas, star of the celebrated -
R.W. Puryear, president
and point out invest
off-broadway play,
Florida Memorial
ment oppportunities availabletotheblacklifeinsurance "ceremonies in dark old ;.
who will address a luncheon t
which local community leaders men," plays the black man. 1 '
company. The other performer is An- .
have) been Invited, Dr. t
Other speakers Include H.A. drew Duncan, who was formerly -
Harding, B. Young, professorof Gllliam, Sr., vice president, featured In the second city CHARGED WITH 1,730 FELONIES: These 24 students of San Fernando ;

College management, who will, Georgia discuss State the Universal Life Insurance Co. troupe and iscurrently appearing Valley State College in California are on trial in the Superior Court, Los An- :

black revolution and its effect of Memphis, chairman; Norman, Golden B.Houston State "in the film "the Rain geles, for acts allegedly committed during campus disturbance last November: 3

upon business, and J.L.Giles, Mutual Life Insurance Co. of People. From leftfront row -- Lidwina Apo (Hawaiian), Arnold Boyd, George Brady, '

Jr., district sales manager of Los Angeles;'Julius Price,exe- "Black Journal" also pre Benjamin Caraveo (Mexican-American), Archie Chatman and Jethro Collins; :+
,Retail Credit Co., who will cutive vice president, Mam- sents an Interview with Con second
and risk row -- Vaye Crockett, Eddie Dancer, Deardis Davis, Robert Dyer, :'t
speak on underwriting Life and Accident
math Insurance gressman Julian Bond(D.Ga.)
I selection among blacks. Co. of Louisville; John Mayor Richard Hatcher of Larry Hardison, Arrinta Holloway; third row -- La Frida Jamison, Howard \

,Governmental agencies will Galvin, associate director- Gary, Indiana, and congressman Johnson, Arthur Judge Jones, Jr., Schelton Jones, Marian Kindle, Robert ".

,'be represented by George Robinson financial planning, State Farm Shirley Chisholm of New Lewis, fourth row -- Linda Nichols,Morita E. Pette, Yvonne Robinson, Lea- .f
Small Business Administration Life Insurance Co. of Bloom- York, taped at the Institute of man Scott, Michael Wrice and Sharon Emory. All are being defended by NAACP '(
; ; ,L.J. Washington ington, m., and Mrs. Julia black elected officials. I lawyers.- 'I'\


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THE MIAMI TIMES Friday, October 24. 1969 3 ,

Millions Go Unclaimed By Working PoorThe P ,- ""'v_ \

National Urban League percent are headed by full or low-income workers who can plements, but public assistance Wage supplements can Increase -
this week called for immediate part-time workers. These bring poll tic a 1 pressure for and they are not dis- the annual income of a ,
Administration ,and Congres- poor are among the more than more equitable nation-wide tributed by the Labor Depart- low-paid worker depending on I
sional action on wage supple- 20 million of the country's 25 supplements. ments, butbytheWelfareDepartments his family size.
ments for the nation's working million poor who do not receive Today, millions of dollars in For example, in Ohio a
poor." public assistance. wage supplements held by welfare typical low-paid worker with a
The White House has yet to departments are going Wage supplement programs wife and four children could
Citing a provision in thePresident's submit any comprehensive unclaimed by the working exist today in Rhode Island, gross about $5800 ($4,100 in
welfare reform welfare reform measures to poor, either because they do Massachusetts, New Jersey, earnings plus a supplement of
plans for dollar aid to those Implement Mr. Nixon's mes- not know of them or do not know New York, Pennsylvania,Ohio, $1,700)). Thlswagesupplementof
who remain poor, Whitney M. sage, Young said, adding that how to get them on their own. Michigan, Wisconsin,Connecticut $1,700 is not subject to
Young, Jr., Executive Director "In effect, the working One reason is that these pay- and in the cities of eral, state, or local taxes.To
of the Urban League, noted poor ments are not called wage sup- Chicago and Minneapolis. achieve the same usable Income -
are the rest of
that more than 3percent of ,
by working for less thanaliv- through wages,a (
all poor families are headed by Economic with four children and earning ,
full-time workers and that 60 ing all wage Americans, is securityfor the responsibility Pleads Guilty To Second $1.50 per hour would have to federal subsidy to the poor is (
of affluence." have his pay raised to $2.40 about $10 billion per year.The
Degree MurderA per hour. subsidy to the affluent.farm
The Urban League presently Complete medical coverage subsidies, housing, transpor- .'
is conducting a wage supple- man accused of a fatal George Riley Knowles, 31, perhaps as important as the. tation, tax subsidies, and government \
ment campaign to inform those shooting in a Miami tavern whose last known address was supplement itself, available subsidies to build- S
1bz eligible of existing supple- pleaded guilty to second degree 501 NW Fourth Ave., will be to the worker eligible for a ers who are required to pay
$ ments, to help them obtain murder Tuesday in Dade sentenced Nov. 21 by Judge', supplement, regardless of the the prevailing wage -- total
these benefits, and to organize County Criminal Court. Murray Goodman. amount. The coverage extendsto about $44 billion per year.
Detective Sgt. Joseph Green his family. "What is needed in this
1 charged Knowles shot Herman The American free enter- country," said Young,"is 1m- ,I
F a i? Williams, 50, twice on Sept. prise system might be more mediate action to Insure a decent -
7, 1968, in the Old HickoryBar accurately called a "subsidy living standard for allot,
R ...J" : at 5226 NW 17th Ave. enterprise" system, Young our citizens. It is long past
f t". s said, with subsidies going to time for America to start
; ; '; C,' / TEENS PLEAD GUILTYIN those most enterprising in making good on its promisesto

I: :'>/ '<, :" : ROBBERY pursuit of them. The present Its citizens

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_-. 'W_ _:dL_ Gilbert 17, accused In the TOM WASHINGTON"SAY
Aug. 12 armed robbery at the IT LOUD"
Names Sparks AreaRepresentative association's North Dade

branch, 2732 NW 183rd St., Dry Cleaning & Laundry
pleaded guilty under the fed-

\.,,'." eral juvenile delinquency act,
L.E. Sparks, a salesman for I"l' .. meaning he will not have a 4 Locations to serve you
RJ. Reynolds Tobacco Company ,,-. ';; criminal record whenhissen-
has been promoted to tence or probation Is com- PLANT
Area Sales Representative for pleted. 1342 NW 62nd Strett. Ttli 691.9649 d
StatisiticianRaymond IBM System
the Miami, area. Hayes, who drove a stolen STORE NO. 2
In making the announcementfrom F. Seay was bornin getaway car for the bandits, 210 NW 7th St. Mary Elliabtth. Ttl. 373-9171
Its corporate headquarters Ashland, West Virginia,and OperatorLinda pleaded guilty to conspiring STORE NO. 3
in Winston-Salem, N.C., attended Elkhorn High School ot f to rob the bank. The others 4410 NW 17th Avt. Fluff Center
Reynolds stated that as an area where he graduated with Davis, a graduate i pleaded to the actual stickup.
sales representative, Sparks honors. He attended Bluefleld Mays High School, has worked Ricardo Cornelius Beale, STORE NO. 4
will have responsibility for the State College and was a mem- as a receptionist-clerk, fil I 19, who was Indicted with the 7632 NW 22nd Avenue Helping to build
distribution and sale of Rey ber of Kappa Alpha Psi fraternity clerk and payroll clerk typis t five, has pleaded innocent and .SPECIAL OF THE WEEK our community.
for South Florida Neighborhood WE THANK YOU
nolds' cigarette brands and before Joining the United will be tried. Invest in your community
other tobacco products in the States Air Force. Youth Corps. y
Miami area.Reynolds'. He ,married the lovely Karen Miss Davis Is now on tin,
brands,which ac- Brown of Red Bank, New Jer- EOPI-CEP staff in,the com"
count for nearly one-third of sey. He came to Mia ml and munications center operat FOR THE FINEST HOUSING ACCOMMODATIONS I til
total cigarette sales include workedasa Electronic the new IBM System.Her AT MODERATE'RATES CALL
Winston, Salem, Camel and I Technician, Aero Systems, at hobbles Include: sew -
Doral cigarettes Carter Hall Miami International Airport.
cooking and reading.
and Prince Albert smoking to- Seay came toEOPI-CEPJu-: .
bacco, and Days' Work chewing, ly 2, in the position of statis- BONDED z*
tobacco. tician. To further his edu- BUSINESS OPPORTUNITYCoin
Sparks, who Joined ReynoldsIn cation he is now attending '
1967 has served sales- laundry. Crosses over r-
as a Miami-Dade Junior College,
mo.26 machines -
$2,000 ,
man in the Miami for the per
,area South Campus, studying Bus- 9 dryers 1 Big Boy. New
past two years.Heandhis wife, iness Administration. His dollar canger. Excellentterms. ,
Alberta, and their three chil- hobbies Include sports, music No brokers Involved.
dren, live at 1140 NW 76th St. (jazz) and reading. Call: 624-6060 after 5 p.m. AGENCY' .' f Oi'

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,,Man at the new race track? TOPREVENTANY08 HAS ASKED WY THE JUSTICE

,We have shown Just how little knowledge is needed to fill ESSARY MOVED TO DELAY
most of the positions associated with racing. STRUCTION OF THE LAW AND TO

..We know and the operators of the racing plants in the CARRYOUT mE ORDER OF THE ENFORCEMENT OF A COURT ORDER

1 Miami area know that such positions as, mutuel clerks, stall FEDERAL COURT. THE FEDERAL COMPELLING INTEGRATION
men>. admission clerks, paddock Judges, assistant starters
and several other positions can be filled by men and women LAW AND ORDERS OF A UNITED SCHOOLS IN MISSISSIPPI.

ofj the Black Race, as well as those of the white. STATES COURT IMPLEMENTING THIS 15 WHAT HE SAID"
;These items were written and aimed specifically at the new THATLAWCANNOTBEFLOUTED
track, which is to be built In Opa Locka. 'EVEN IF THE SUPREME COURT
But after' careful thought, we have decided that It is about WITH IMPUNITY.
time that the management of Hialeah, Tropical and Gulf-
stream start using black men for some of the better posltiQ'ns *SO SPOKE DWIGHT EISENHOWER INTEGRATION,! LACK THE PEOPLE

', around their plants. There is also no reason, absolutely IN 1957 WHEN THE STATE AND BODIES I TO ENFORCE
none In the world, why this cannot be applied to the OP ARKANSAS FORBADE NINE NEGROES "
Granted, there are porters and wash room attendants, at JERRO LEONARD CIVIL RIGHTS
,all,of these places. But we have come to the place now where YORK
we want some of the better paying Jobs and we hope that we
,can get them, because we believe that we are entitled to them. What Course Will The Nation Embark On, Mr. President?

'.In the,case of. the dog tracks,up until now they have had the
',excuse that all the personnel would transfer from one track
to,another when the first track closed. Now, that the tracks ,-
have overlapping meets, there is no excuse due to the fact that
there will be twice as much help needed and the help will not
To Be
transfer. Equalby RANDOM THOUGHTS

We hope that the management of Flagler. of Miami Beach,

of Biscayne and of Hollywood Dog Tracks appreciate this Whitney M. Young Jr. by GLORIA MILLER
and when they consider hiring Lead On Men, Mutuel Clerks,
Admission Clerks, etc", that they will search their con- .f Executive Director National Urban League

science and give out the right percentage of these good Jobsto ., Who's Afraid Of The SDS?
qualified blacks.
,We of this paper, are willing to meet with a bonaflde member Vietnam and the Cities. Academic freedom on our campuses must be maintainedby
of these .racing associations andaneutralperson school officials and not,the U. S. Government through any
accep- The of thevpopular will that the of it's in other instances where
table message came through Viet- agencies. However, as many
to both sides, at any time before the official racing season -
opens 'in November and decide what Is a Just number of nam Moratorium Day loud and clear was; Let's Get Out of factual information is necessary to everyday living, the U. S.
blacks to be employed. Vietnam. The country fed up with as frustrating and essentially Government Is available for research statistics. To that end,
meaningless a war as in the is at the about the
any our history. constantly hammering away public
There Is Just a short time remaining to bring this opera-
revolutionary tendencies Indeed, goals of the Students for a
tion to a compatible conclusion, before we start making arrangements -
The war In Vietnam has tragically diverted America's attention Democratic SDS.)
Society( ,
to demonstrate before the gates of each and
from is primary problem the urban and racial The American public is treating these facts in about the
every racing plant in the Dade and Broward County areas. crisis -,at the very time that crisis Is at flash point. The same way they do the cigarette warnings and now the recent

war has created a disastrous drain on our national resources ,cyclamate flap. The SDS Is discussed over a cup of coffee with
Only A Small Step -economic, human, and spiritual an artificial sweetner In it as the drinker draws heavily on a

,ft was good to read that the Miami Building and Construction cigarette I know that cancer and anarchy are not in the same
Trades Council is cooperating with the Urban League in Just In dollar terms, the war eats up tax revenues better league with one another, and I know too, that our physical
recruiting and training black apprentices the bulld- spent on relieving poverty and hunger here at home. health and social and economic health are not one and the

log trades. same, but rm inclined to believe they should be treated that
Recent demonstrations In Pittsburgh and other cities having The war is costing at least$2 billion per month. That means, way. Just as we are bombarded with alternate commercials,
great construction activity was evidence of Negro concern over the whole "War on poverty" costs about a month's fighting pleading with us to smoke and not to smoke, I suggest that
the traditional lily-white composition of the ra des unions,a In Vietnam. All housing programs -- including the still-born equal time be allocated to those who are aware of the dan-
tradition that persists despite disavowals of segregation on the Model Cities program cost about the same as a month of gerous activities of the SDS. After all, each senseless, revo-

part of high union leaders. war. lutionary and anarchistic effort on the part of the members of

LEAP, as the Miami training program Is called, is a starton the SDS is given wide coverage by television,radio and news-
The war cost for ten weeks equals what was spent on all
correcting the situation.But so far the Labor Education Advancement papers throughout the country.
federal educational last The spent this
Program has managed to enroll only 45 apprentices. programs year. money We see mobs of the SDS swooping down on duels to inflict
year on food stamp for the and on school lunch
programs poor
Although the program Is Important,it remains no more than them with fear, fights, and frantic and wanton bombings and
programs for poor children amount to the cost of a week of war
token evidence of labor's willingness to accept black Journeymen arson and equally despicable activities. We see flagrant disregard
and thousands still because
hungry they are the
Compared with the thousands of Jobs,filled and available, isn't available. for personal property of all citizens; both private and
In the Miami construction industry,45 trainees constitute morea necessary money business, and hear a rather dispassionate report of the events.

small step than a genuime LEAP.-Miami Dally News Campus activities have become a convenient cover for a broader -
Cities are hard-pr d to vital services
e s s e keep up to the
Black Leader Summit MeetingA present Inadequate standards because of lack of funds, yet and frightfully different kind of dissatisfaction and have now
spilled over into our cities There
their residents' taxes go to support the hungry war machine. seems to be no effort to stem
the swollen tides of this persistent group of negatiypj revolutionary
black leader summit meeting has been called for this -
Thursday night at the Tampa Urban League. Every social, New York City, for example, sends $9 billion a year to minority force which is dedicated to the total destruction -
Washington In the form of taxes used for of our democratic concepts.The \ .
church, poverty, civic, and political leader ought.to- attend. military purposes.
There is nothing to be lost, a lot to be gained. The black That's more than the total budget of the city Itself. And a third issues are clouded with Irrational behavior.Theypreacbsocial
community must organize if it is to benefit from the funda- of that goes to Vietnam. reform, but practice anarchy. In short, perhaps this
suggests what should be done. Equal time to declaim the
mental constitutional benefits due all citizens regardless of motives -
race, creed or color.Accordingly Every hour the city sends taxes bound for Vietnam greater and extremism of the SDS so that they will have a more
than the cost of running a high school for whole difficult time bur young
three or four people in a community 65- a year. Every convincing people who, for the most
000 cannot lead. The one or two picked by the white power month the city's dollars that wind up In Vietnam come to the part, are terribly serious about the needs for social and eco-
structure cannot lead. The three or four panhandlers, who amount needed to build new housing for 12,000 families nomic reforms so sadly lacking in our country today, to Join

have made a success' of fooling white politicians, cannot lead The war also has an extra dimension for black people, who with them.There Is a great lack of interest on the part of too
It takes all together with one common purpose to crusadefor are asked to die abroad for something we don't have at home. many, I believe It Is called apathy, to stand up and speak
the principles that will benefit the entire race. At the same time we are victims of a backlash that owes muchof about their sense of country and sense of tradition It is almostas
The tide of resentment among black leaders against each Its existence to frustrations over the war. If the American public is ashamed to do so. What they
should be ashamed of is the
other has kept the entire race from progressing. We have
always viewed these resentments, the Infighting,the crab war, By a strange twist of human folly, the groups that are mostat
as inexcusable. odds in"(this country today- whites and blacks from work-

Consolidation, police brutality, street paving and zoning, Ing class and poor families-are those whose young men are-
total capital improvements for black neighborhods are but a dying in disproportionate numbers In Vietnam. The most effective way for America to win credibility as
few of the Issues which must be resolved with the white power a democracy in the eyes of the world is through the Imme-
Even within the armed forces the war increasing ten-
structure the total black issue diate resolution of Its
by community. The of domes- sions domestic crisis rather than through
as a direct result of growing frustrations and bitterness
tics, afraid of repercussions if they ask for a raise, Is pre- futile wars in faraway places.
What started out as the best example of racial team-
posterous to us but a real problem which all black leaders work is rapidly eroding and is adding to the already severe Millions go to bed hungry In America every night. Our black
must help eradicate. Breaking the union barriers for our tensions In the black community. ghettos are wastelands. The urgent needs of rural black peo-
youth Is another. Business for blacks andby blacks is still ple are shamefully neglected. Young people -black and white

another. The war can't even be defended In terms of International .- are In revolt against a system that pursues military ad-
There is little doubt in our minds that the only redress for policy, since America has become a laughing/ stock In the eyes ventures Instead of domestic Justice.We .
these major issues is for black people to get together. Thursday of nations who can't understand how such a rich and powerful must turn away from Vietnam.We must end the war immediately -
,night could Indeed be a new beginning for all of us. nation let Itself become bogged down in the swamps and We must pour our vital resources back Into our own

j t Sentinel-Bulletin Jungles of a Vietnam, in opposition to its own vital interests. J land, our own cities, our own people.

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THE MIAMI TIMES, Friday, October 24, 1969 5

[ TO THE EDITOR] Black ProfilesOf ] Florida Manpower ::1

"""" BRBBiiWiMiBB BBHBBHRBBfli CourageBy Programs Increase

Why Task Force Thinks' :

Lou LuTour Atlanta, GeorgiaThe man- ing to careers for poor and un-

Swimming Pools power programs administered employed), 93.CODcentrated.
InadeqateDear by the U.S. Department of Labor Employment

Editor: Rev. Thomas Kilgore, Jr. in Florida, excluding Job Program (provides one-stop
For the past several weeks Model City TaskForce has addressed Corps were increased over 40 service for all manpower and
Itself to a problem of pool construction te Model ,Rev. Thomas Kilgore Jr., the first Black President of the per cent in terms enrollees related program services re-
City area. The pools are: Brownsville pool NW 24th Ave. and American Baptist Convention,displayed courage when he open. by the end of July this year,according quired by areas and people
49th St.; James E. Scott Pool, NW 73rd St. and 25th Ave.; ly stated that he favored churches paying$500 million In "re- to reports Just released most In need), 1,705.
Martin Luther King pool NW 17th Ave.and 85th St. The plans parations" for past injustices to Negroes. by U.S. Secretary of Labor,
for initiating these pools began In 1965. At this time Rev. Kilgore a MorehouseC o 11 e g e graduate witb a B.D. George P. Shultz. --Job Opportunities In the
sentatives from Metropolitan Dade County Parks & Recreation repre- from Union Theological seminary New York City In 1957 The reports show that at the Business Sector (governmentand
Department met with a selected group of citizens to de- and the recipient of the three Honorary Doctorates is a "Min end of Julythere were 10628. business work together to
sign where these pools were to be located. Four later ister of Action" as well as of words.He proves this throughhis unemployed underemployed hire hard-core unemployed \
the construction of these pools has started and at years this time various activities both as a Minister and as a civil rights Floridians In various lanpower who receive Intensive supportive ,
activist. Whenhe was pastoring in North Carolina,he led In the services as they are \
each of these pools have been completed or in the final training program, plus 1,015In
construction. stagesof organization of voter registration schools, and unionization to the Job Corps.In May of this trained on the Jobs), 618.

This open letter is Intended to identify the reasons the tobacco workers in Winston Salem, 1943-44.1957,he orga- year there were 7,568 in these ---Job Corps (residential 1
Model City Recreation Task Force feels that these nized and directed a Prayer Pilgrimage for Freedom, Lincoln federally-financed manpower program of human renewal and
pools are
inadequate to meet the recreational needs of the Model City Memorial,Washington D.C. While pastoringinNewYorkClty activities, excluding Job work readiness, 1,015. ,(
residents. at Friendship Baptist Church, he supervised the New York office Corps.A Secretary Shultz said that ;

(1)) Swimming and water activities should be given priority of Southern Christian Leadership Conference, 1959-63. breakdown of the July 31, nation-wide more than one
He was also a member of the Administrative Committee and
ranking In the Model City area. In the past very few oppor' 1969, iguresshowsthefol- million opportunities have
organizers of the 1963 March on Washington.
tunities have existed for young people In this area to become lowing participation by program been available during the past
In 1963 Rev. Kilgore became Pastor of Second Baptist
Involved in aquatic activities beyond the in Florida; for the Jobless the -
learning stages. year underemployed
Church in Los Angeles Call for n I a where he was plstorlng
Facilities for activities such as, competitive diving and com- Manpower Development the welfare recipient -
when elected to the Presidency of the American Baptist Con-
petitive swimming should be considered ndTraininghelpsunemployed for work 'the
first in this area. i ( looking ,
vention in May 1969. During his first 17 months as Pastor he
((2)) Since the Inception of the Model City Program approximately gain new skills and under- young, and the elderly. The
reopened and put to operation the Henderson Community Center
one year ago all planning facilities in the area of rec- with a Staff of five and an annual budget of 15000. During the employed upgrade skills by programs are directed by,the '
reation have been presented to this task force for approval. training either on the job or in Labor Department's Man-
Los Angeles riot August 1965, Pastor Kilgore led the churchin
To this date, the plans for the construction of the suggested school), 1,291--831 in school power Administration, or
making a very substantial centrlbution in restoring the com-
pools have not been submitted. There has been little resident and 460 on the Job.Neighborhood. Health, Education, and Wel
munity to a relatively sane balance.Also,In 1965, a Corporation .
participation In the planning. This Task Force learned Youth
during named The Second B a p tI s t Homes Inc..of the American fare.William
the final stages of construction that the projective pools are Baptist Convention received Corps (for In-school and out- U. Norwood, Jr.,
experimental in design and have never been used before by his help in bringing to fruitiona of-school youngsters to help regional manpower admin-
the Dade County Parks & Recreation Department. much needed low-rent hous- them stay in school, return to istrator of the U.s. Labor Department
Let it be known that the school said that the
Recreation Task Force feels that ing project in the community. orgetworkexperl- July
the youths of the area ence) 6,873--5162 Inschooland for the southeastern
possess latent abilities in these water April 4, 1966, the Second Baptist figures eight -
activities but they have not ha the opportunity to develop Children's Center was summer programs, 1,111 states show a total of
them. Therefore the Task Force feels that the Parks Depart- opened, a Title V-OEOProject out of school. 106,383 people are enrolled In
ment would address itself to priorities that the best swimming with aGrantof$97,200-( --Operation Mainstreampays the various manpower pro-
pools possible would have been built in this area. through the help of Rev.Kil ( older workers in small grams: Alabama with 12,434;
(3)) The diving tanks are grossly inadequate. The minimum gore, also. The Children's '' towns and rural areas to workon Florida 11,643; Georgia, 13-,

standards sited by the American Association for Health, Center has been refunded anda i public improvement pro- 041; Kentucky, 16,759; Mississippi -
Physical Education and Recreation jects), 48. North Carolina
are that a diving tank shouldbe new emphasls-the develop- 11,903;
42' in length. The tanks being constructed on the Model a new emphasls-the development --New Careers (opens up 18,686; South Carolina, 8,475;
City sites are 25' x 25' in depth. of all children of all ethnic public-service type Jobs lead- and Tennessee, 13,442.
The Task force recommends that ths diving tank be extended groups. Noteworthy or
In length to 42' as recommended by the Athletic Insti-
tute. mention Is the organization of : ;::;: 1:1:1:: 1 1:1: 1 ::::1:::1 ::: H 1 j 1 1 1 ; !
an all-day meeting of all
Model City Recreation Task Force seg-
ments of the Black communityby :11:1 FWW1m

Wants,. Housing Named for ArringtonI Rev. Kilgore and his! planning $301 11 Million I I
of an appropriate Memorial Service for Dr.Martin Luther :::::: ISm I:;:::::
am writing to you to urge that the next newly.constructed King and developing Operation Unity to,prevent violence. ,Apr
Public Housing Project be named after Henry Arrington.It 6, 1968. I Minority I
would, In my opinion, be most fitting to have the Hous- _Under.the leadership. Rev. Kilgore,the membershipofSeccnurcn Enterprise : ,
ing Authority of Dade County dedicate one of,its projects to ana tsaptUit nas increased irom, l,983102,271thean !'::'1"-
him.. What more'appropriate tribute can there be to a man nual budget increased from $131,000 to 256,500;and gins to The Office of Minority designed for use according to
who has served his community so well, than a building whichis Missions and Christians Education increased from approximately Business Enterprise in the different specifications and

not only a passive monument, but a living, breathing me- $8000 to $37,017 annually.He United States Department of requirements. Thus, in the
morial, forever experiencing the vitality of life? will always be remembered as Found e r of the House of Commerce this week announced Department of Housing and
Having been merely an acquaintance of Henry and not a Friendship Community Center In New YorkClty;and organizer it has fixed an objective of Urban Development,the Urban?
close 'friend, I would not presume to take a leadership role ,of The Heart of Harlem Neighborhood Church Association of $301 million in Federal Government Renewal Demonstration grant
in efforts to preserve and immortalize his memory. I am the Protestant Council of the City of New York. This organization grants, loans and are only available to local
therefore sending copies of this letter to persons who are served as a model for a new city-wide organizational guarantees to aid minority enterprise Government agencies and nonprofit
not only community leaders, but who not doubt feel a great structure of The Protestant Council. .All this show that throughout the corporations,while SBA
,1 and deep sense of personal loss with Henry's passing. If even before Rev.Kilgore went to Los Angeles,he was a Minis- country in Fiscal Year 1970. loans go to the Individual en.

they find some merit to my suggestion, perhaps you and they ter of Action, as well,as of words. and his family which The OMBE goal was reached trepreneur
can wad: together towards making it a reality. consists of his,wife, Jeannetta and two daughters.-Lynn Elda after an inventory and study of Because of the complexityof
and Jinl Medina---agree. We can also feel that the 1.5 million 27 of the principal Federal various involved

WICS Needs Women VolunteersDear members of the 62-year-old American Baptist Convention programs ,which make grants, OMBE's task programs Is to coordinate,
Mr. Reeves know,too that Rev. Thomas Kilgore Jr. their President is a loans or loan guarantees. their efforts and give guidanceand
"Minister-President of Action and that's how it should be.
. Other funds be, mad e-
may directions
Today we face oovertv In a land abundance with technolo- to minorities.
gical skill ,to overcome it. New wisdom Is needed for a new available from additional pro interested In their use.
grams which are still under

age.Motivated by this need, Women In Community Services' I PHIL OSSOFER study. The OMBE's Commerce, compilation Secretarysaid of

(WJCS) are working to build a bridge over which they beckon OMBE officials said the toft the vast Federal financial resources -

young people, offering new attitudes and skills through Job The recent passing of Dr. Ghandi, an apt pupil of .1 represent potentials of available marks the
Corps so that they may free themselves from the.poverty Harry E. Fosdick brought to Christ's gospel of love, defeated $69 million in grants,$87 million first time any agency of
cycle. mind the men whose lives and the then powerful Eng- in direct loans,and a pos- Government has made an effective -
Through recruiting and processing these youngsters the writings have influenced the lish government with his non- sible $145 million in guaran- Inventory of Govern-
women Involved have come ,to know that the noblest charityIs course of 'my life. Dr. Fos- violent rebellion Dr. King, tees of loan,from private ment abilities to create greater -
to free, a person from having to accept charity, or a life dick was one of these. His Inspiring also a strict adherent of thatsame sources. business opportunities for

of despair. All women can help either in the 'office with books, 'such as "It'sa gospel of love, mortally "These figures are not firm minority entrepreneurs, and
transportation or as a big sister. Great Day to be Alive," wounded the dragon of racia- commitments to aid minority set goals for the prupose.
brought me an awareness' lism which still thrashes wild-
enterprise, but based upon the "One of OMBE's primary
The Moratorium Day the spiritual truths In the ly in its deaththroes.The studies that have been made functions is to help marshal all
Bible. He with the lives of these two
along men with the cooperation of all the possible Federal assistance,
The Morltorlum was both successful and significant. It was famous Ralph Waldo 'Emerson point up the fact that the quest agencies Involved this $301 find'out where it is and try to
encouraging to see larg youthful crowds acting peaceably, helped open my spiritual for peace by peaceful meansis million is a goal which we hope see that it is put to work ef-
and cooperatively.We eyes, enabling me to 'grasp the hardest fought of battles can be attained," Secretary of fectively. OMBE has taken a
called the moratorium a starting point to focus national Scriptural truth. bringing frustration to Commerce Maurice H. Stans huge step forward In that direction -
and local attention backing on a 'number one problem There are others, too, who the enemy and martyrdom to said.: "The agencies have accepted with this report. Our
which Is the Vietnam war. It was a beginning for success, inspired me to tread pathwayto the non-violent leaders. Was them as objectives." next step is to try to measure
and a good at that. The people In the community have become the city of 'the oneness of this not true even of Christ? the needs more effectively,so
deeply Involved in the anti-war movement, thank you. mankind, some whose namesI Assassins sincerely believe Secretary Stans describedthe that adequate funds will also
Wake up blacks, valuable young black men die In Vietnamto cannot recall. However, that their dastardly deeds OMBE goal as"realistic I be available In future years.
and you still do not have complete rights, how many. more ,there are two whose names benefit the world, and they one that can and should be
must die before you wake up? are deeply etched In my mind are right.in the sense that the committed to minority enter- The OMBE inventory cover-:
The big Q is what does it mean to your father and mothersthe and heart; men of peace and deeds and words of the man prise efforts. presents the ed 8 grant programs, 11 loan

Q,.is what does it mean to poor people? Blacks blood is non-violence. They are Ma- of p e a c e.have greater power tremendous potential which programs and 8 guarantee
beautiful let's wake up and stop losing it that stupid back hatma Ghandi and Dr. Martin and influence following his the Federal Government can programs, conducted in 9 departments -
blood Is being spilled on other peoples land for what black Luther King, both of whom martyrdom. Witness how the bring to bear to help the establishment and agencies of the
American? Someone very, very close to you might be next. died violent deaths because of power of Christ's works and of new minority- Federal Government;
To all leader, and clergy you have a moral obligation their non-violence. When the words spread throughout the owned businesses." The programs Involved are
please pray for peace every Sunday, encourage all blacks to history of the 20th Century Is world after His crucifixion. Secretary Stans said it identified in the Catalog of Federal -
us, we need your support today. 500,000 people may partici- ancient enough to be under- The flesh profited nothing,but should be recognized that each Assistance Programs
pate In the Nov. 13-15 march on death. stood, they will rank amongstthe the spirit marches on,stronger of the various fundlngs resources recently published by the
Yours truly, greatest men who ever more radiant and more of the Individual de- Office of Minority Business ;
0. J. King Roberts lived. effective than before. partments and agencies are Enterprise.LETTERS '

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6 THE MIAMI TIMES Friday, October 24, 1969


deacons and the J, D.

Williams Memorial Church of r
I r. : God of Prophecy sponsored a g a 1 r, v 'aa
delicious dinner. This is an

BY CLARICE LITTLES annual affair The attendancewas
Miami Times Society Editor 123. a 6 ,
We had some of Miami's L
The organizational meeting of the Episcopal Church Womenof best soloists: Miss JoanStorrand

the new East Coast Diocese will be held Tuesday, October Mrs. Jacqueline Living r Q t s

28 it All Saints Church, Fort Lauderdale.Corporate Communion stone. We were blessed to

at 9:30 a.m. Meeting starts promptly at 1030; a.m. have with us our ABM&SOPA p

Robert C. Smith, a former New York City anti-poverty gui- state secretary, Mrs. Eliza-

dai&e counselor has been appointed assistant director for field beth Smith. She brought us

operations of the Economic Opportunity Program, Inc We words of encouragement.We .

welcome Robert Smith, his wife and five children to our city. were happy tohavethe ,

'nid Reese Jetted to Washington, D. C.to attend the funeralof pastor and his family with us.

her niece, phoebie Edna Redenburgh, who was funeralized Several members of our

on Wednesday. neighbor churches were .r f ti,,,
Rogers and Irene Brown are the parents of a darling girl, present.

Trafci LaTrina, born August 30 at Mt. Sinai Hospital. Trad Bishop Arnold Demeritte,
weighed in at 6 lbs 5 oz. She was christened at New BethelM. Nathaniel
pastor ; D eacon
)3. Church on Sunday, Oct. 12. Humes, sponsor and Mrs. _
four task force areas for the 1969-70 program year of the relations.
Corine Pratt,public
James E. Scott Community Association have been announcedby ,
Director Archie W. Hardwick. The areasandtheir leadersare
*Economic Development,Al Guilford;Juvenile Delinquency,

Dewey Knight; Education,Mrs. Patricia McIntosh;and Housing SURPRISE PARTYA

Alfredo Toledo. W' -- a1'l"-" .. --.........--", .
surprise birthday partywas
Friends of to know that he is
George H. Thompson are happy
thrown for Miss Elizabeth
out\:>f Cedars of Lebanon Hospital and is recuperating at home. Jones last Friday by Girl Scout LORY'S REMODELS SALES CREW READY FOR ACTIONBubbling

Mrs. Joseph (Lila Wake)Johnson is still talking about her
Troop 409 and parents. It was: with excitement over the wall to wall and floor to ceiling remodeling -
trip to Denver to visit her son, Arthur Wake. held at the home of Mr. and
marvelous collection the latest In
of their store and their very
Sigma Omicron Chapter of Alpha Chi Phi Omega invites you Mrs. Elston Davis. It was alsoa
to Its "Autumn Tea," Sunday, at Primary C School, 757 NW going away party for Miss fall fashions are ,(left to right): Connie Delgado, Malois Roberts, Assistant

66tn St., 4 to 6 p.m. The tea is a benefit for JESCA Day Care Jones and Sharon Dyes who are Store Manager, Equilla Gardner and Store Manager Althea Troup.

Center.A Girl Scout Surprise Party for Elizabeth M. Jones was now attending in Seattle a girl scout, Washington conven- Happening I at Lory's (Edison Center), now exciting fall fashion

really a surprise Liz's birthday (Oct. 17) was the perfect day news that is all and more than you dreamed of in this day of individualityand

to express appreciation to one of our most dedicated leaders. tion.The night consisted of more-than-ever femininity. the great new looks from pantsuitsto shirt

Mr. and Mrs. E. Davis' home was the scene for the celebra- games, dancing, and gifts. waists to scarfing, in all the new fabrics and colors.

Gifts were presented to Miss
tion.The Census Bureau said Monday a 1968 survey showed that Jones and Sharon by the van Long noted for being first in stocking the very latest in fashions, Lory's

about 10 per cent of the families in the United States were ous patrons and parents. All has grown from one store to 14 during the short span of 20 years.

headed by women. of the girls are now lookingfor
Sharon Dyes, a senior Girl Scout Troop 409, Ixora Neigh their sa fo return on Sat Many area residents are employed by Lory's as sales persons and office

borhood is attending the National Girl Scout Conference in urday. personnel. See ad on page 11. Photo by Johnson of Miami.

Seattle, Washington.
--- --
Carol (Mrs. Donald Wheeler) Jones of Atlanta was a recent

visitor to our city. Learn Auto Upholstery : WoodworkTired WIG WAREHOUSE SALE
Alice J. Hawkins was hostess to the Polnsetta Bridge Clubat Repair, GET YOURSELF TO- i

their regular meeting. GETHER WITH THESE
Bill and Monica Hanna jetted to Nassau for a brief holiday of working in a job you you will be able to find a good very soon. You can be enrollednow SUPER SOUL SPECIALS

(Discovery Day), October 12. don't like? Or, maybe you want job when you graduate. It and start within the week. THE FAMOUS

Charles C. North (North's Travel Bureau) has returned to make more money and have doesn't cost you anything to Don't wait. Call now. I"

from Italy and Just In time to say good-bye to his sister, a chance to be promoted. learn. You get an allowance -

Edythe who returned to Washington, D. C. on Tuesday.W. Whatever your reasons, the while learning. After a yearon

0. Perry (Perry's Florist) chartered a nlane to deliver Manpower Development and the job, you should be able GRAYSONBEAUTY
(the flowers for the wedding and reception, of Corrine Huff and Training Act (MDTA) can: help to earn from 3.00' to $3.50 SALON NATURAL'

Patrick Brown who were married in Our Lady and St. Stephens you reach whatever, goal you an hour and more dependingon (Newly Open)
set for
Anglican parish hall, Bimini. yourself. your ability. 1778 NW 95th Street
Right three classesare
Jane E. Lewis, assistant professor of Biology, MiamiDadenorth now, Tel: 696-6560 The exciting new Wash & :
Auto Paint Call the Miami Opportunity
spent the weekend in Atlanta in order to attend the funeral starting. Body '
and Repair; Upholsterer; and Center 377-2411, and ask for Specialattention I to children Wear, Curly or' Tapered
c of Mrs. M. A. Crawford.
Mildred Washington, Lora Park's librarian and Delores Woodworking Machine Operator the MDTA Unit. Find out how Expert Wig Stylist back.$14 Stretch.75 WIGS up
The important thingabout you can become a decent wage Air Conditioned I'
Harte, librarian at Carol City's senior high were the speakersfor Satisfaction Quarantaad !
learning' these skills is that earner. Classes beginning Louolla Groycon, Prop. f
the Florida Unit of the Catholic Library Association Sat LADY LEE WIGS
Sarah Cooper, Operators
Oct. 18, at St. Theresa's scnooi, torai oaoies. tsotn 773 Flsh.rm.nSt.Ope-Loek. ,
spoke Open 10:30 A.M.-8:30 P.M.-
on "contemporary black literature. Closed Tuesday. Tel.685-55411 \
Members of the Episcopal Church of the Incarnation who Outstanding StudentGwen

tra elect to Key West for a Sunday's outingare hoping for an- I i
oth r'excursion real soon.IT'S Gibson, senior at Government, secretary of Psi !

A DATE -Sunday, Nov. 2 It's all state's tea time Florida Southern College, Chi (honorary psychology so-
at Incarnation, 1835 NW 54th St.from 4 to 6 p.m. at the church Lakeland, Florida has been ciety) and special president of CHILDREN

On Sunday, Eloise Morris and Winifred (Tinnie) Isaacs selected for Inclusion In the the Concert Lecture Series
1969-70 edition of Who's Who
Jetted to Nassau to attend the wedding of her nephew, Robert Committee. i
Among Students in American Gwen's oldest brother Jim- ii
Stevenson and Miss Wesley Robertson. SIZES
Universities and Colleges. mie was home on leave for 30 '. r 12yt i
The Alphabets hosted a shower for Little Joi Wynette, daughter 1
pf Jim and Hazel Matthews.Mr. I days where he served a yearin

and Mrs. Warren (Annette) Lowe's daughters have a NL Vietnam He has returnedto F i'I'

baby brother, Warren m to play with. Mr. and Mrs. Cllnnon Vietnam to serve an addi- .,4" RED

Stinson are the godparents.A tional six months. Her young MHITE

called meeting for all members of Sgt.Daniel W. Mulliens est brother Is In Germany in

#39 DAY auxiliary tonight (Thursday) at the home of Com the Army, sister, Vanessa,

mander Arie Mae Clemons, Opa-locka, 8 p.m. who is a freshman at Killian

Friday, Oct. 24 is United Nations day. ,"'::,,;. High School, and fouryearold -

Friday, Oct. 31 birthday of Juliette Low- founder of Girl ',,""'"""",",,., '" "','. Margaret, who is atbom 1:
Scouting In the USA.HALLOWEEN ,, Both parents are postal
",. workers.
The masks we wear. Mm,.' s:,:"", '.'.' -...!e1.1YAtli CHILDREN
...,' '',
As you know masks are as old as antiquity- they have been ''', ,,",:, FREE CHEST X-RAYS SIZES

made of different materials and have been used for different ",, Sf41i-'
Free chest x-rays on the -l iit
purposes. They were used in plays, carnivals and parades. -1 """ Christmas Seal Mobile Chest "
Then there are protective ones like the oxygen mask, the base- I
X-Rays Unit will be availableto
{ ball mask and others. But the masks under consideration here NATURAL
are the ones which are a part of us- our own face and the "- all persons,.18 years of age /r r
GWEN GIBSON and over, at the following locations ...
resulting behavior we associate with tha face. We all wear a

them, different ones at different times because we are only Gwen Is the daughter of Mr. :
Mon., Oct. 20 Miami-Dade
human and sometimes not willing that others should see our and Mrs. James R. Gibson of Junior

real feelings. And so we wear a mask of cheerfulness when 11220 Washington Blvd., Rich- College-South Campus.,
Tues., Oct. 21 11011 SW 104 .
in our hearts there is no Joy. Occassionally we do a mask of mond Heights.At .
I I St. both days 10-1, 2-4:30.,
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apparent good living perhaps we are straining at 4 -
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seams to make ends meet. Maybe the mask most often worn 1lege, she was selected to receive Food Store, NW 27th Ave. and :7 12144NM3Mr

t is the mask of friendliness and interest when actually we are a grant given to the college 54th St., 9-12, 1-4. x
angry and couldn't care less about the situation. The maskof on behalf of Cowles Com.
Thurs., Oct. 23,Variety
competence and self-assurance often covers up our feel munications. She is a memberof Children's ---
Hospital$10-l 2- -
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ings of insecurity
5. Friday 24, 6125 SW31 St.,
To most of us these masks serve a purpose" but I wonder If sociation. Women's Student 8-11, 12-3. WK:

we have,used them so often that the real me Is difficult to find. VaH .. liEGE MULTI

These particular facial masks we wear can be removed by
developing within our selves the Christ-like qualities of the Charlotte Ford will be the hostess for the Links on Saturday GUY'S & GAL'S

Master, putting our faith in Him and then bending every effort Oct. 25, at the Candlelight Inn. Linnie Fannin Is presi FOOTWEAR

t to truly express His qualities. dent. 32 North Miami Avenue
The Kappa Silhouettes will meet on Sunday, Oct. 26, at the
Thanks to Mrs. Harold Knoll home of Mrs. C.Sullivan Culver,4513 NW 33rd Ave Ossie Phone 319.1302
I Church Women United. of Greater Miami North Hollis Is the president. ?

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following immediately after. The merger will take place at iii "
4501 Hallandale Beach boulevard, but the reception blast will ,p "'"' -/..,' I, I._.." -", .;.>.h. ';..,.;;.....J...J AIRPORT EXPRESSWAY . '.. r............ 4 ,l tf> I
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NOTES ON A NAPKIN: Carol F.Tynes Jr is a candidate for '
city commissioner (group 2) down In Key West during the upcoming N
election Brenda Breedlove is 4tSCALI
busy showing o POPULATION W.OOOAREAf c

her 4-weeks-old son John Anthony Jr Theodore Johnsc 1$Sq.. Milt ..
has been placed in the office of Opportunities Industrial Cente Metropolitan Dad County Fla. F'pol '."

(OIC) as an assistant to Atty Samuel Moncur The Lave
rence 'Bert' (Claudia) Coopers reached their 30th wedding

anniversary on Oct 10- a date that warranted a double celebration Miles Of Model
you see, it was also Claudia's birtholiday. Congrats 52 Water Lines For Cities Area

Construction has begunon a water distribution system con- some cases causing pollution of the water well. The new water,
SALT WATER TAFFY: St Agnes' Episcopal parish house sisting of 52 miles of water lines in the Model Cities area. distribution system, in combination with new sanitary sewer
continues to get its face lifted through the efforts of Shedrick The Neighborhood Development ProgramNDP)project,cost collection system planned for the area, will relieve the situa-,
Gilbert, Hughie Nairn and Lt Leroy Smith. These three loyal tag $3.2 million, Is being financed by the Federal government.The tion.

vestrymen with other volunteers are applying the needed mas- system should be completed In 11 months. Since both the water and sanitary sewer systems are 100

cara to beautify their ugly duckling. Chrislene Cooper's The two and one-half square miles which will be servicedby percent federally financed, no assessment charges will be.
Gospel Choir holds its UNFC Parade at Biscayne Terrace the water distribution system is bounded on the North by placed against property owners In the Model Cities areas),
hotel Nov. 23 from 4 to 6:30 with a three dollar donation NW 71st Street, on the East by Northwest 19th Avenue, on the Other than the obvious Impact the system will have on the,

which Includes a door prize compensation for all who attend. South by the Airport Expressway, and on the West by NW 35th health of the Model Cities resident, it will also serve as an;

Ave., NW 54th St., and NW 27th Avenue. economic boost to the area. Contractors are,to the maximum,
THE WEEK'S WASH: Ex-pro football star Jim Brown, The area had been plagued with overflowing septic tanks, in extent, employing Model Cities residents as their workforce.
turned movie star, they say, is courting his new love: a curvy, :,
luscious Mexico City police sleuth. .And reports have it that
the FBI continues to investigate singer Nancy Wilson's wailingthat FOUR SEASONS TEASt. TUSKEGEE ALUMNIThe
her life has been threatened by militant racists The Fort Valley GoingTo Miami Alumni
George Davis' granddaughter Delphine's merger to Norman John Baptist Church Chapterof
Tuskegee Institute will
Pinder holds its reception Saturday (Oct 25) In the Community Homecoming Willing Workers' sponsors a sent aPre-HalloweenMas-pre
Room of Bonded Rental Agency at 4150 NW Seventh Ave. "Four Seasons Tea," Friday
The Fort Valley State Col- coming game-'Fort Valley night,'October 31, 1969 at8:00(I querade Ball Friday, Oct. 24,(

STUFF AND SUCH: There will be an Evening In Paris Tea lege Alumni Association, the Savannah State,at Fort Valley, p.m. In Johnson Hall, 1328 NW Park 10 p.m. to 2 a.m. at Bayfront

given by the Brothers and Sisters Club come Nov 9 from 4 Greater Miamt Alumni Chap Ga. The local chapter extendsa 3rd Ave., Featuring Mrs.Ver- costume Auditorium.and Attire is 1
til 6. And once again it'll be a Sunday affair for Bonded Rental ter of the fort Valley State special invitation to Sa- nice Ross, The Rosetts and casual. Donationis '

Agency's community room. A dollar donation is asked. College met Sunday, Oct. 19, vannah State graduates and Chorus. The public Is Invited.,' $2.00.at Tickets the door.SMALL'S may be purchased -
Theda Christian celebrated her latest birthday mile with at the residence of Mr."and other interested persons "to .

friends and relatives down in Key West last weekend. Mrs. Willie J. Mathews. make the trip"0PREHALLOWEEN 34th ANNIVERSARY

Leaving six inches of snow far behind, the Winfred Smiths The local chapter is chartering TEASt.

(She's the former Helen Cooper) of Denver, Colo motored abustoattendtheHome-, CELEBRATIONThe LOUNGE
down for a 2-weeks visit with relatives and 'that ole gang of ----- Jude's Guild of St. Social Savings Club is 701 NW 2nd Avenue

mine.' A plane hop to Nassau will end a whirlwind visit with MOTHERS OF TWINSThe Francis Xavier Catholic celebrating its 34th Anniversary Under NEW Management.
celebrations and hectic entertainments. North Dade-South Bro- Church, St. Francis X a u I e r by attending the 10:45 a.m.
ward Mothers of Twins Club School, 1632 NW 4th Ave. invites service at St.Agnes Episcopal Come in and

SCRATCH MY BACK: Hilson and Irma Sweeting of Key West will hold its regular meeting the public to its Second Church, Father Sands, prieston help celebrate, and

are vacationing in Merry Manhattan, N. Y., where they were Wednesday, Oct. 29 at.8 p.m., Annual Pre-Halloween Tea on Sunday, Oct. 26. This club say a big hello, to:
guests on the Ed Sullivan Show last Sunday night. The popular jat the First Federal Savings Sunday, Oct. 26, from 4 to 6 was founded by the late Mrs.

Key Westers are planning a Miami stopover for a few days & Loans Bank, 900 NE 125 p.m.Mrs. Bertha Robinson. We are ask- Polly & Johnny
enroute homeward to the Island City Sigma Alpha and St., North Miami. Followingthe Athalie Range is guest ing all friends to Join us. Reva & Myrtice
Kappa Gamma Chapters of Omega Psi phi fraternity are pre- business meeting a discus- speaker. Donation. Plenty of Mrs. Lillian Nairn, president -

senting,their National Achievement Week observance and ban sion on "Twins" Is slated. entertainment. .
quet on Sunday Nov 9 from 4 to 6. It'll be an affair for the

Buena Vista Rooms at Miami Springs gay Holiday Inn, where
the theme will be "Student Protests and Revolts: Helpful or
Harmful" Donation will be $5.00.

CONFIDENTIALLY YOURS: Former Miami entertainer- ,', ? ,' : 'i Ii'"E U, R r i: ..a.r IE'' ""S-

emcee Jimmy (Salt Pork) Reeves long-distanced us from '

Chicago, where his ailing mother recently passed heiring the
popular entertainer with mucho real estate and personal hold
ings. Larry and Queenie Hall buried Larry's brother Walterup tr I Flori Roberts Skin Beautifiers

In Tallahassee, who expired last Tuesday after suffering "
a stroke to the brain. Other Miamians motoring up for the

burial Included Jake and Reta Miles,Grace Farrell,the: Willie 4"r A lovelier you starts with a glowing complexion -

(Laura) Grahams and the Lloyd McTars That's it brother '.,'. 'and that's where Flori Roberts can

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At the beautiful home of There Is no question aboutIt it. Go to school, workshops-4JP-, at the palatial home of Soror In all It does. New methods, 3 Sextatloaal Unit
and appli !
Sorer Annie Hudson was the ,. the change is here and we lectures, read,think,study independently Mary McCray. The constitution new services :
starting point for the ICaRJUlS.BlsUeas can walk with it or be left behind or get another was reviewed and dis cations. These are the sparks "ANYTHING ONCE"
Marjorie Rhodes This is the who cussed. Each officer and which will Ignite a blaze "SCISSORS GIRL"
it; or we might be bles- Job. challenge, which
presented a unique detailed sed to walk ahead of it. Ask will accept the call to self chairman received an Insight the torch of enllghtment old a GIRLIE
report of the 46th National yourself, is my attitude! unhealthy analysis plus action as a beginning of his duty and how to admin- symbolises Alpha Delta Chapter FROLIC
Convention which convened in and unresponsive to of the design for ister it.The of the National Sororityof J .
Kansas City Missouri, Aug. change? Do something about it. change. Phi Delta Kappa.
1015. The report indicated Go to a doctor psychologist, During the conclave proper, year's program was
that there were many sorors psychiatrist, spiritual mentor there were business and training finalized by Soror Helena Hoi-
and their families who came or get another Job. sessions, reports, public ton and her committee. We
from far and near. One came U my skill is Incapable of receptions, demonstrations, realize that the organization Here's Where If's At
from Liberia, Africa. transmitting change into the conferences, workshops, which Is determine to grow
The theme: "Meeting the classroom practice do some- luncheons, keynote addressesand recognizes that the old is not
Challenges of Social Change thing about it. Go to school, visits to schools that were necessarily sacred. It respects D/NE-DANCE-BE/ MERRY
Through Education," was im- workshops, seminars, consult implementing new Innova- tradition and custom,
plemented in every facet of the with other professionals, or tions. but is not anchored to the past.
entire program. In the su get another Job. Various activities were at the Air Conditioned
preme basileus' message she U my knowledge and technique provided for the husbands and Todays world is filled with
quoted some of Dr Re1chbards are insufficient to the children of the delegates and mediocrity. The future be-
mandates for action of changeto changing content in the worldof visiting sorors. longs to the organization which
the individual teacher. ideas-do something about On Sept. 13, the chapter met develop a creative approach

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If 'ouhave money problems, For those of you in the Charles B. Newton and Mr. 2e"
a credit union can help you. Brownsville area, the officeis Eddie McNeal, members.The .
It can provide you-a placeto located at 2741 NW 49th hottest battle now is be- aJ
save convenientlyandregu- St. 635-8435. This credit', .
tween Mrs. Rouse, Browns- q
larly, a place to borrow for union is successfully and efficiently ville, Mrs.Alma Carter,Edi-
good purposes at fair interest managed by Mrs. son Little River and Mrs.Eve-
rates and canadvise you how Agnes,Rouse, capably assisted lyn R. Freeman, Op-alocka
to use your money wisely.At by Mrs. Eva Ann Stephens
BY DAVE BONDUtaci all shooting for the honor of
t one time or another, all clerk and they are there to manager of the year, which

) ( c, people have money worries serve you Monday Friday Mrs Rouse Is not willing to
maybe not to the same ex- from 830; a.m. to 5 p.m. release. 3J

GUEST COLUMNIST: MARGARET BROWN tent, but they need to borrow Mrs. Rouse has served in Support your credit union
and frequently do. Perhaps this capacity for 11/2 years and help your manager achieve
When Dave Bondu gave me the priviledge of writing his they have had some bad luck and was chosen as of this distinctive honor for the \ )
column this week, decided to salute some of the who
pioneers -temporary lay-off from Job, the year for 1968. The assetsto year 1969. r
helped to build a "better Miami." So
I started
gathering my sickness or injury or anyone -1
date are $25,000, which Is
facts by talking to public figures such as Judge L. E. Thomas, of many things that canbappen twice the amount they were "Any where In the world I .
Judge J. D. Johnson, Canon Theodore Gibson, Atty. G. E. to any of us. But these things last year. yew want to go" I Kenneth Lawrence, son ofl (
Graves, Charles Hadley, Slim Bannister,Luther Carey,Garth need not create havoc for you Did you know that the Boardof TltKFB tarT Robert and Bonnie Lawrence,' ;
Reeves and Dr. G. W. Hawkins. when there is a friendly credit of 2940 NW 64th St.,will celebrate .'
Directors is a of
To mention only a few of the facts I gathered: In 1939, Sam union near you to help alle- neighbors co-workers group your NO MOKE 4T7X4&LJSUK&U his second birthday Sun-1
,Solomon was editor of a militant newspaper, "The Miami viate your problems. Credit day, Oct. 26 with a party at
Whip" of which the motto was"Nothing Is free, not even free- union is something you need- friends who work to voluntarilyand .".., his home at three o'clock.TOOTHACHE.
dom." He defied the Klu Klux Klan and led untiringly promote successful
the voter regis and to g r o w the maximum to operation and service. /
furnish you with complete ser- Your board members Mr.
In the 30's, blacks could not register in the DemoprnHr- vices Credit Union needs are: "Your Neighborhood Travel I
James N. Brimberry president
Party. They registered Republican or Independent.If you registered Agents"At
you. Why not go or call your Mr. Neal Adams, Jr., Don't suffer -relieve,
Independent could not vote because there
you to 01
was no nei1r you your
xln In second millions do with
nearest neighborhood center vice president Mrs. Helen K. it
Independent Party. Charlie Hadley was successful having ; telephone. Give ut a call. RA-iEL. Many dentists recommend I
the registration books open in predominately black neighbor and for a nominal fee,becomea White, secretary, Mr. GeorgeW. WE DELIVER. 7543517. sing ORA-JEL until you fit ,
hoods. member of the vast grow Kllpatrlck, treasurer and 6105 NW 7th Avenue wofissiontl treatment .",".. .,
ing financial Institution. Mrs. Katrina Cohen Mr. Choc. C. North, Managor = '
In the MO's. a group of black men decided to end the dual orajei e 1.-_.)
system of paying taxes In Hays Woods office in the Dade I
County courthouse: Blacks were not allowed to stand in line
with whites to pay their taxes. Instead, they were shifted to a
second floor balcony and a ,clerk took their tax notice and Coming Fri., Oct. 31
money downstairs for them. Even the elevators In the court- 'M'
house has racial instructions: blacks had to step to the rear etvUKtlU HURRICANE BOYS ,
before the elevator would operate.
Present Their
Also during the 40's, a group of black professional and '
businessmen staged a wade-in at Haulover Beach which was 10th ANNUALHALLOWEEN '
for whites only. Blacks would travel to Fort Lauderdale to BALL
enjoy the pleasures of the Atlantic Ocean. Their efforts gaveus A
and SHOWHalloweenNight
Virginia Key Beach.

Mrs. Maggie Garmon, an elderly black woman, filed a
suit in Federal Court because she was tired of moving to the Friday, October 31, 1969 1
back of the bus. 9 P.M. Until? '
Slim Bannister's Softball team played against a white teamat
Dixie Park. Sir John Knight Beat

Hubert Reynolds, a public school teacher, challenged the ADVANCEt $3.00 AT DOOR $3.50

dual pay system for Dade County teachers. Of course, he lost Tickets on sale at Cetto Rosette, 6131 NW 7th Ave,
his Job, but he helped win the battle. i the Sir John Hotel and Band Box Barber Shop.
Two suits were filed to integrate the municipal golf courses. ,
First, Joe Rice versus Arnold; secondly, Elmer Ward versus I
the City of Miami. 5 "i' I

"Little Korea," was thenam\ofthenefghborhoodfrom 67th x aw t j, I,,,i_ '6J' ; I i I' I
St. to 70th St. between 10th Ave. and 7th Ave., NW. Blacks f : :
'lpSWMxR'A I
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moved into the apartments and dynamite'exploded In a vacant I. J
building. to a very short time,six thousand black persons were Princess' c a.. I. Phyllis, ,
in the area to protect these dwellers. Carlotta Mlco Blanco Sugarman Kitty Brown Bomber Carroll
Frank Legree integrated a 'white' neighborhood and acti-
vated the Klu Klux Klan. They began to burn crosses and were I
arrested for harassment. J
There are many other things and many other deeds that were
performed. These, among others, will soon be revealed in a
book titled, "Black Miamians" before and now" by black
journalist, Thirlee Smith .We all look forward to this re- '
vealing story of our city. 'E U Fl DIN E 8

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ly did it up with their big show and the ladies were resplen-
dent in their outfits.To name few that were seen: Mrs. Clyde 29.99Reg.

Killens, ,Mrs. Portia Bannister, Mrs. Margie Carey, Mrs.
Dunn of Danla, and all of the ladies of the Guild. Til next weekas
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I 1 Phi Delta Kappans Begin New Year 8 8In sttpl tq

--- At the beautiful home of There Is no question aboutit. It. -Go' to school, workshops, at the palatial home of Soror all it does.and New new methods appli, 3 Stxtotionol Units!
Soror Annie Hudson was the the change is here and we lectures, read,think,study Independently Mary McCray. The constitution new the
starting point for the Kappans.Basileus reviewed and dis cations. These are sparks "ANYTHING ONCE"
can walk with it or be left be- or get another was
Marjorie Rhodes hind it; or we might be bles- Job. This is the challenge,who cussed. Each officer and which will Ignite a blare which- "SCISSORS GIRL"
presented a unique detailed sed to walk ahead of it. Ask will accept the call to self chairman received an insight the torch of enllghtment and a GIRLIE
report of the 46th National yourself, is my attitude unhealthy analysis plus action as a beginning of his duty and how to admin- symbolises Alpha DeltaChap- FROLICs
National Sororityof ,
Convention which convened In and unresponsive to of the design for ister it.The ter of the .
Kansas City Missouri, Aug. Phi Delta Kappa.
change? Do something about it. change.
10-15. The report indicated Go to a doctor, psychologist, During the conclave proper, year's program was
that there were many sorors psychiatrist, spiritual men- there were business and training finalized by Soror Helena Hoi-
and their families who came tor, or get another job. sessions, reports, public ton and her committee. We
from tar and near. One came If my skill Is incapable of receptions, demonstrations, realize that the organizationwhich Here's Where It's At
from Liberia, Africa. transmitting change into the conferences, workshops, is determine to grow
The theme: "Meeting the classroom practice do some- luncheons, keynote addressesand recognizes that the old is not
Challenges of Social Change thing about It. Go to school, visits to schools that were necessarily sacred. It respects DINE-DANCE-BE MERRYat
Through Education," was im- workshops, seminars, consult implementing new innova- tradition and custom,
plemented in every facet of the with other professionals, or tions. but Is not anchored to the past.
entire program. In the su- get another Job. Various activities were the Air Conditioned
preme basileus' message she If my knowledge and tech provided for the husbands and Todays world is filled with
quoted some of Dr.Reichbards nique are Insufficient to the children of the delegates and mediocrity. The future be-
mandates for action of changeto changing content in the worldof visiting sorors. longs to the organization which
the individual teacher. ideas-do something about On Sept. 13, the chapter met develop a creative approach s s

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If you have money problems, For those of you in the Charles B. Newton and Mr. 4 m 24

'.\ a credit union can help you. Brownsville area, the office Eddie McNeal, members.The i I1Mnil1,
It can provide you-a placeto Is located at 2741 NW 49th hottest battle now is be- 3J

save conveniently and regularly St, 635-8435.. This credit''., tween Mrs. Rouse, Browns. 7'S
a place to borrow for union is successfully and efficiently vile, Mrs. Alma Carter,Edison .5
good purposes at fair interest managed by Mrs. Little River and Mrs Evelyn
rates and canadvise you how assisted
Agnes Rouse capably R. Freeman, Op-alocka
BY DAVE BONDU to use your money wisely. by Mrs. Eva Ann Stephens, all shooting for the honor of

w t At one time or another, all clerk and they are there to manager of the year, which_

--...._..,_"..__ .. ..... people have money worries serve you Monday Friday Mrs, Rouse Is not willing to
maybe not to the same ex- from 830; a.m. to 5 p.m. release. 3

GUEST COLUMNIST MARGARET BROWN tent, but they need to borrow Mrs. House has served in Support your credit union 1
and frequently do. Perhaps this capacity for 11/2 years and help your manager achieve
When Dave Bondu gave me the privlledge his they have had some bad luck and was chosen as of this distinctive honor for the
pioneers manager
column this week, I decided to salute some of the who temporary lay-oUtrom job the year for 1968. The assetsto year 1969. { 1
helped to build a "better Miami." So I started gathering sickness
my or injury or any one date are $25,000, which is \
facts by talking to public figures such as Judge L. E. Thomas, of many things that canhappento twice the amount they were "Any whore In tho world 9 I
Judge J. D. Johnson, Canon Theodore Gibson Atty. G. E. any of us. But these things last year. you want to .." Kenneth Lawrence, son of]
Graves, Charles Hadley, Slim Bannister,Luther Carey,Garth need not create havoc for you Did you know that the Boardof 17t9rt77 trW Robert and Bonnie Lawrence' 1
Reeves and Dr. G. W. Hawkins. when there is a friendly credit Directors Is a of of 2940 NW 64th St,will cele-1 -
To mention only a few of the facts I gathered: In 1939, Sam union near you to help alleviate neighbors co-workersand group your NOMO&S4T"Your brate his second birthday Sunday -;j
Solomon was editor of a militant newspaper, "The Miami your problems. Credit Oct. 26 with a party at
friends who work
Whip" of which the motto was"Nothing is free, not even free union is something you need- voluntarilyand -=-nn his home at three o'clock.TOOTHACHE.

dom.tration." He defied the Kin Klux Klan and led the voter regis- and to grow the maximum to cessful untiringly operation topromotesuc-and service. TMYEL IfINIIJ

furnish you with complete ser- board members
Your are Mr.
In the 30's, blacks could not register in the Democrats vices Credit Union needs : Neighborhood TrovolAgonts"
James N. Brimberry presi-
Party. They registered Republican or Independent.If you registered ,
you. Why not go or call your dent, Mr. Neal Adams, Jr., Don't wfftr-rtlim
Independent, you could not vote because there was no As near to you oi yourtolophono.
Mtn In seconds millions do wltIIlRA.JL.
nearest neighborhood center vice president Mrs. Helen K. it
Independent party Charlie Hadley was successful in having ; Give us a coil Many dtntittt recommend'
the registration books in black and for a nominal fee,becomea White, secretary, Mr. GeorgeW. WE DELIVER. 7543517. : sing ORA.JEL until you get _
open predominately neighbor- member of the vast grow- Kilpatrick, treasurer and 6105 NW 7th AvonuoChat. xofttilwiil trutmtnt. ,*" ",
hoods. .
ing financial institution Mrs. Katrina Cohen Mr. C. North, Manager! I '" .:. 'i
In the MO's. a group of black men decided to end the dual ora-jel SPrlneois ,
system of paying taxes in Hays Woods office in the Dade
County courthouse: Blacks were not allowed to stand in line
with whites to pay their taxes. Instead, they were shifted to a
second floor balcony and a clerk took their tax notice and Coming Fri., Oct. 31

money downstairs for them. Even the elevators in the court- ,.,. .
house has racial instructions: blacks had to step to the rear e4d ::a4 4 HURRICANE BOYS -
before the elevator would operate. 1w
Present Their a
Also during the 40's, a group of black professional and '
businessmen staged a wade-in at Haulover Beach which was ANNUALHALLOWEEN 4

for whites only. Blacks would travel to Fort Lauderdale to BALI ,
enjoy the pleasures of the Atlantic Ocean. Their efforts gaveus
Virginia Key Beach.

Mrs. Maggie Garmon, an elderly black woman, filed a
suit in Federal Court because she was tired of moving to the Friday, Octobtr 31, 1969 ,I
back of the bus. 9 P. M, Until? l
Slim Bannister's Softball team white teamat
played against a
Dixie Park. Sir John Knight Seat

Hubert Reynolds, a public school teacher, challenged the ADVANCE $3.00 AT DOOR $3.50 ,1 I

dual pay system for Dade County teachers. Of course, he lost Tlckoti on solo at Cotto Rosotto, 6131 NW 7th Av., 7
his job, but he helped win the battle. tho Sir John Hotel and Band Box Barber Shop*

Two suits were filed to integrate the municipal golf courses. --
First, Joe Rice versus Arnold; secondly, Elmer Ward versus i
the City of Miami. I
'L1tUe Korea," was thenameoftheneighborhoodfrom 67th fI' ,
St.; to 70th St. between 10th Ave and' 7th Ave., NW. Blacks '::;':t /J Ii
moved into the apartments and dynamite exploded in a vacant ,' 4'.: 1
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building. In a very short time,six thousand black persons were .. t Phyllis"" i
in the area to protect these dwellers. Car lotto Mlco Blanco Sugarman Kitty Brown Bomber Carrollbattery

Frank Legree integrated a 'white' neighborhood and activated -
the Klu Klux Klan. They began to burn crosses and were I
arrested for harassment.

There are many other things and many other deeds that were
performed. These, among others, will soon be revealed In a
book titled, "Black Miamians" before and now" by black
journalist, Thirlee Smith .We all look forward to this re- '
vealing story of our city. 'E U :R DIN E 8

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in their outfits To name few that were seen: Mrs. Clyde 99

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Dunn of Dank, and all of the ladies of the Guild. Til next weekas
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What's happening, readers? Have you all been busy this
week? There have been quite a variety of things to do. Each
week there are at least four football games being played by IN OUR CHURCHES:
some of Miami's top high school football teams. For instance, Greater St. Paul AME Church, corner of Thomas Avenue

last Thursday,Edison won over Central 23-7. On Friday, Coral and Douglas Rd.Coconut Grove, will observe their 26th Annual
Gables came up with a 35-0 shut out over Coral Park (who Men's Day program Sunday. Officers are Brother John H.

has not scored a point this season). Also on Friday night, the Halloway, chairman, Brother George M. Thomas and BrotherWilliam
mighty Bulls of Northwestern were taken down in defeat by Latimore, co-chairmen, Rev. T. E. Wright pastor
Miami Springs with a score of 70. Saturday night the Chiefsof Theme: "God's Love Is Sufficient in Man's Most Crucial Mo-
Carol City won over the Knights of Cur ley High with a final ments." The speakers are Rev. Dr. S. A. Cousin, presiding

score of 126. The games are really fun and exciting. Moreof elder of the South District, 7 a.m.; Rev. Walter F, Tanner,
you should come on out to see them. I can almost promiseyou pastor of St. Mary's Baptist Church, 11 a.m.; Rev. Nelson

that you'll enjoy every thrill-packed moment. Range, leader of the C Lord C's gospel singers, 7 p.m.
Among other things to do,there is always the theatre. Guys, IN OUR COMMUNITY:
if you want to show your girl that you care about her, then do Get well wishes to: Mrs. Mable Scott Coleman who is con
something nice for a change and ask her to a movie. You will valescing at Jackson Memorial Hospital, Mrs. Mary Barr at

find that there are some very good movies showing around South Miami Hospital, Mrs. Maggie Fryar at home and Mrs.
town. Just look in the movie section of the paper and I'm sure Tessie Member at home also.
you'll find something in there that will catch your eye. Congratulations to Mr. and Mrs. Booker T. Wltherspoonon
How of have seen the movie Easy Riders? If you
many you your new arrival of a baby girl.If .
haven't then do yourself a favor and go to see it. If you have Sod 'BU tu 01 ik Wok you are a working parent and need someone to care for

gone to, see this charismatic motion picture, then I know you your kids while you are at work Call Mrs. Betty Porter, 444-
will agree with my praise it.How symbolic! How meaningful As my soul brother for this week, I have Grady 2083.
How true! Easy Riders is a story about two hippie motor Gipson. Grady is very interested in wrestling and I see that William Rolle and Emanuel Fryar are back on

cyclists, who are riding, trying to find reality,life, love, happiness scholastic achievements.He's a motorcylist the way their Jobs. I hope that the parents who do have kids in school

and contentment. It is a story of apathy, discrimination through and WOW can he ever go. Go, Soul Brotherl! will give them their best support.
and injustice. This movie shows how minority groups _
House of Photographytpos&ttKoarcftK IN OUR SCHOOLS:
get mistreated. In Easy Riders, the minority is characterizedby
The Coral Gables, Cavaliers defeated the Coral ParkRamson
hippies; however, when viewing the movie you can actually last Friday night with a score of 35-0 for its 14th straightand
and torment which to these two
picture the suffering happens 33rd triumph In the past 34 contests know that the Cava
guys as being cast upon us- the black man. This movie has )QtI{ )M)12C( :>ac< liers will be state champs so Jackson better lookout
such esoteric It is worth seeing!
qualities. truly The Cavaliers will play Palmetto High on Oct.23 at Central
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I stadium. I predict the score to be 230. Good luck Cavaliers!
Speaking of blacks and our standing as a minority group, NorthwesternFocus
1 have a question to ask you, which someone asked me andwhich
I know others have asked, are asking,and will continueto -" '--

ask for years, decades and maybe centuries to come, before .
something is done about it. The question is "How long?" ByBEVERLY X :.a ? 7Yfii

Lovette McGlll, a black girl, who has lived and experiencedthe ROKER J
hatred and prejudice which exists in this thwarted society

.,wrote this poem which I would rUe to share with you.


Homecoming week started October 20.The Bulls celebrated
long must my brothers and sisters suffer?
,each day with a new and exciting activity. Monday was Hippie
Day. The girls were allowed to wear pants. Students were
low will it take for black brothers and sisters '
many years my
dressed in love beads, bell bottoms, flowers reading "Luv,
free '
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dungarees, body chains, and scarves worn around the head. '
many There were barefoot students and a host of flower children
"" long before the blacks start to subjugate the whites as f

;"whites have done in the pass? The campus resembled a day at Greynolds Park, after the \:
S How long? awakening of resident hippies.
:pow many beautiful black babies will be slapped harder be-
'cause they are born black? Tuesday was Silent and Election Day.Students and teachers ,

'. How many? would "shsh" if a word was cracked. Even though the soundof
How long will it be before my black brothers rule the whiten a pen drop could not be heard, the day was fun.
an's world? ;
How long? Wednesday was Mourning Day. The entire school was dressed
'' In black or a dark color to Its last respects to the deceased ,
pay .
How many years will it take to free our brother Huey Newton "", '
:from the perils of the white man? Raiders. ,.,

How many? Thursday was tennis and sweat shirt day.Today is color day ,
,How long before our brother Julian Bond or some other greater and the night of the big Homecoming game between North x 1
black brother becomes president of this so called land of the western and Edison. The Bulls hope to bring home the bacon. 4 4

tree? .
How long? Sponsors of the Homecoming activities were Mrs. Ruby

IHow many years will it ,take to make believers out of non- Duren, Miss Johnney Mae Perry, Mr. Lang Hadley, and Mr. 1
-believers? Sheldon Fretwell. Student members were Douglas Cook,chair-

How many? man; Jacqueline Moss, secretary; Beatrice McIverCharlyceWoods
How long before more black people will finally realize that Willard Marshall and Octavia Edwards. ",
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How lone? The Second Annual Florida Association of VICA Local ad-
visor officers worship was held at the Happy Dolphin Inn, Carol City Student Is HonoredMiss I
"If America don't come around, we got to burn America
at St. Petersburg Beach Oct. 17 and 18.
down -H. Rap Brown
Students representing Miami Northwestern were Theodore Nadine Bryant was We wish to thank our guest
"If want to burn America down, then peace will never highly honored the
you recently by speaker, Rev. Talamas and ,'f
Clark, Alfred Johnson, Tyrone Davis, sponsor Mr.Harold 1
be found." E. A. Taylor Stanton. Mt. Pleasant United Methodist his members from Holy ..

\) How long and how many? I certainly donut know. I can only Church when Mrs. Annie Mae Temple M. B. Church, and we ;y
hope and pray that these questions will be answered before Miss Northwestern, Brenda McCray, has been saluted twice Wright sponsored a surprise are grateful to all of you who
there Is no longer a person on this earth who exists who can by the Milk Thing on Channel 10 on Saturdays. appreciation day program in contributed tohonorlng Nadlne

answer these and more. There is more than hope and prayer Junior Varsity Cheerleaders for 69-70 are Debra McCall, her given honor.for her Recognition was Bryant.
loyalty and de-
that has proven to be helpful in this disease which many captain; Ossie Blount, co-captain; Anita Wiggins,Sandra Had- pendable services. Miss
Americans are stricken with. This little extra is action! ac- ley Melsie Sands Golden Jackson Bry-
Dorothy Bel, Linell ant has been the pianist for the Training Jobs!
tion! Believe me. we need it! Pm not insinuating that this action Wright, Delores Ghompson, and Florene Johnson. youth choir for the past seven
which we need can be good, honest, helpful progress.
What Is action to you? How long must we wait? Miami Springs downed the Bulls for a 7-0 victory last Fri- years. There will be a Community
ACT NOW? day night, before 2,000 dripping Hialeah stadium spectators. At the age of nine, Nadine Education and Community'
Yes, act now! The Bulls suffered its fourth defeat against a single win. was sent by the church to West meeting at Dorsey Junior High

) Palm Beach, as a delegate to School Tuesday, October 28,
.. .. .. .. .. 4rf.. Congratulations are in order for Nathan Felder He was the the Florida Methodist Conference 1969, 8:00 p.m.Representatives.
only sophomore In the curriculum-guidance project to make The following two from Education
the perfect attendance honor roll.
JUST A LITTLE BIT OF NEWS years she was sent to Day- Placement and Vocational

Have you heard the Chrystal Flames,the grooving soul band? Northwesterners observed the Moratorium Oct. 15bypar- tona Beach, to represent the Centers in the com-
If you haven't then you certainly should, because they are absolutely ticipating in an impressive candellt ceremony honor former church, and the fourth year the mqcuty will be presented at
sensational. Remember the name-Chrystal Flames! Northwesterners who have died in the Vietnam war. Isaiah Women's Society of Chr the n this meeting.

I love them. Duggins rendered timely readings and Intoned the names of Service sent her to te Jobs and Training Pro-
the war dead, while the color guards stoodat attention, in the Southern College at Lakeland,
I would like to wish an exceptionally happy birthday to little background could be heard Dlonne Warwick's the World Fla., as a delegate.She discussed.grams will Lets be, build presented com and
Miss Patricia Hamiter who celebrated her 10th birthday last Needs Now." Dressed in dark colors students
were conspicuous is very active in all activities munity by coming out and be-
Thursday. with their "Make Love Not War" and "Peace" signs of the church. "
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stunning blouse by Morgan of London, held Dress is shown by sales clerk Malois Ro- shows that fabulous new "Wet Look" to
by Assistant Store Manager Equilla: Gardner. berts (left) to Sarah Simmons. Jackie Lewis

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Last week we were telling you a little bit about our black BEDSPREADS j NORTHSIDE SHOPPING CENTER
artists In the Miami area and what they are doing. VALENCESFESTOONS -

Well, last Saturday night we took a big show to West Palm -
Beach to the Sunset Club and lounge.

Starring on the show were Betty Wright, who has a new
release, "I'm Not, Freehearted," J. p. Robinson who has a
smash record going, "Thing on a String," George and Gwen,
a new swinging duo with a boss sound around town "Like Yes- THANK YOU
terday Our Love Is Gone," and the Butterbal as MC with the
Soul Movers Band. Man, what a show. Nearly 2,000 people Mr. & Mrs.James and Alice TRANSMISSIONS J|
came out to enjoy this fine show that lasted approximately Harris, the parents of Zina iiiinmHiMmm irwmnMttmnnn t nii *m l f m' f
21/2 hours. Ailleen Harris, wish to take
The most Important thing was that the proceedS from this this method of thanks to the
show went to the disk jockey association of South Florida, of many relatives, friends and
which Mr. Ken Knight of Jacksonville is the president. workerswho, expressedtheir HELL, MICHIGAN, THAT IS
This organization has been formed In order to help the black kindnesses by help
disc Jockeys in Florida, not only to get a better Job and keep ing Zina to be 1st runner up in TRANSMISSION SEALS Oct. 27.31 $1 9 g I
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help young people that are interested in radio. contest. Labor &

There have been so many phoney advertisements about radio Includes Front and Rear Seals & 2 Seal
schools and the jobs they will get you after you pay your Special thanks to the ownersof Complete Internal Inspection 90 DAY, 4,000 MILE GUARANTEE
money and take their course for six weeks or, however, longit Pines Nursing Home, Mr.
takes. & Mrs. A. Tarren, Mr.& Mrs.D. FREE TOWING E-Z PAY FREE nDIA" CHECK
Now the thing that gets me is that I never see any Negro Moss and the nurse aides. Day 0' Hlte With Approvt"C.dlt Fo Accurate DiagnosisGrow'en
get a Job from any of these schools and I am in constant touch
with all of the black disc Jockeys throughout the United States. Also Mr. & Mrs. J. Meyer,
I think that these schools are, Just another way to take your Mrs. Alma Harris, Mrs. T.
money so bewarel Turner and Mrs. J. Savage..

Next month I will let you knovi the date when our great show
will venture to Tampa for the disc Jockey association. You
may ask anyone who attended the show last Saturday and they
will tell you that it was really dynamite.I tell you Miami real-
ly ought to be proud of their great entertainers. Just to watch
these young people work and dedicate their time where it real-
ly counts and amounts gave me complete satisfaction. So if I
you can, please try to make it up to Tampa, not only for the
greatest show on earth but to help put the brothers on top
where they belong and to keep them up there!

Don't for get about those recipes! Send them Butterball
in care of the Miami Times.Remember,the best one receivesan
album of his choice.

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An organizational meetingfor !By Walter Bowe :
Primary "A" and "C" 1---------
community councils will be Mt. Zion AME Church in
held Thursday October 23rdat West Hollywood, will observe
7:00 p.m. in the Orange Pod of Men's Day Sunday, Oct 26th
primary"C"School.All par- all day. The public Is invited,
ents are asked to be presentto there will be some great .
hear a discussion of the edu- speakers that day.Rev.Robert ", \; ,, .
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cational program and general Ingraham morning speaker,and ...-i: ,I 1 1i
meeting with the faculty and Rev. Arthur Jackson, the ; '.
staff. evening speaker.
Plans are still being madeto Mr. Frank Harris, chair- -
start our first beginners ...11 ,,
Spanish class in the community man.The Veterans of Foreign ? :
school program. Its aim is Wars have their safety pro- !, j
to assist those who are inter- gram going again this year. r ) 1H
ested in acquiring a basic Lite-A-Bike. This is for the ty, "
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understanding of the languagefor safety of children riding bikes .\ h t'' "i
work, study, travel,or en- at night. These Lite-A-Bike "., ".d I ,. ..,\ 1,",'
richment. Considerable use stickers are at these locations ., 1.1 ,. :. '
will be made of audiovisualsboth in Carver Ranches, Hanks .
in instruction and in dis- Grocery, Hallandale Beach '
cussion. Blvd. One Hour Cleaners, or ''. :\
Registration is opened for George Scott, HallandaleBeach ." "
high school equivalency and Blvd, Bowe's Barber \ I .i\i1 'I
adult basic education classes Shop, 4444 Pembroke .".'t .' I
designed to aid you consi- Children come this week end __
derably in your handwriting, and ask for your LiteABikestickers. 4 4t
reading,English and arithmetic. Post No. 8195 Ma- / : .
Classes are basically for dison James, commander. I.
adults, however, students accompanied The Ladies Aux. to Post No.
by their parentsmay 8195 will hold their regular
register for these meeting Sunday, Oct. 26 at 5
classes. For additional information p.m. Officers and members
contact Mr. Franklin please be present, at the post 'sir. fr
Clark, community school director home on Pembroke Rd. Mrs.
at 8360012.Mrs. Dorothy Trotter, president.
Charlie Williams, Jr. The Gay Ladies Social and
Principal. Civic Club, wish to thank .
everyone who helped to make t
their Ninth Anniversary a'
ANNUAL SOCIAL complete success at the Elks .
Club in Ft. Lauderdale last ,r "

HOUR Sunday, evening. "
Mrs. Mildred James, pre-
The Rainbow Social and sident, Miss Patricia Glover,
Civic Club is sponsoring its secretary and Mrs. Ann
annual Social Hour on Sunday, Glover, business manager. .,'
Oct. 26 from 4-6 p.m. at the Don't forget the Friday and r:!
Elks Lodge, 4949 NW 7thAve. Saturday fish-fry at the Vet- i
Guest soloist is Mrs. Ann erans of Foreign Wars Post
Smith..Mrs. Jessie M. Smith No 8195, plenty of food and I "' -p. ; '
Is president. refreshments. 'I \. : :
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Guilford Named JESCA Economic Development Head ;

Alvin E. Guilford a memberof Harold Guinyard, JESCA's sessions. The program was so '
the Board of the James E. President, says, last year Alvin successful f1 fte e n businessmen -
E tie Scott Community Associationand Guilford as chairman of attended weekly meetingsover
':' chairman ofJESCA's Eco- James E. Scott Community a fourteen week period .
.: :-:.,.. .. IS -- nomic Development Task Association task force on Eco- dealing with the problems of
.. < : S Force has been appointed by nomic Development and Man- cooperative marketing.
.. the Miami Coalition Staff agement Training with the Another
', ,. as assistance popular programwas
.j ,.\: \ by J oe,;Black. ,' .,..t. Assistant in charge of Eco- of Mr.'. William Mel- training residents of the
,0 "" .r. nomic,Development.Mr Gull-, ton a Barry College social northwest section on how to fill
.;', ,,' '. : ,::'. \ : ford brings a Wealth'of infor- work graduate student made it out'applications' and 'giving
mation and experience to the possible for JESCA program practice in taking civil service "
position. He has been with the to take on a new look. Mr.Ar- examinations. The committeethis
The best way I know to help a hungry man Small Business Administration chie Hardwick and Mr. Guilford year will be assisted by a)
since he was graduatedfrom met with fifty black bus- Charles Schwartz a Barry
is to feed him. The I
worst way is to give him BethuneCookman in inessmen for Economic Development College Social Work graduate
instructions on how to bake bread. I'm one of 1965. and management student. plans are underwayfor -- -- ----
those people who feels that the black community several programs:which well. He was born here and
doesn't need the community black business spent his childhood in Dade
I conversation community has shown an interest County. He attended George
or instructions on how to bake bread. It Washington Carver High

I needs bread, in the form of jobs, and better ......Mr....'.......Guilford..'.......'.'...'...'..knows....'...........Miami...........p....School.wwIr ...'.......,....................................................,......*...s.1.
housing. Nutritional guidance, educational :::::;:::::::;::;:iiiiiii-: ::: ; ; ; ;;'; ;a 1'
guidance, and guidance in the handling of f 0, !!1 by Mrs. Harvey ff{ f

I money. The need ,is NOW.It i ir 1!1 VI I I'I S 4419 N.H. II TH AVE. !i
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seems to me that too many people these m1 633'9378 1 1
days, are spending too much time talking, dis- PRESENTS: t
cussing and researching, and too little time p I HALLOWEEN WIG SALE
getting things done. I aim this reference to ;
black leaders as well as white. It is my feeling 1: :::: Wigs I ifl%"gii* $22.95 ":::
that we all can do more to help ourselves than :::: H ::::

we're doing. There are many professional people 11j Curly Wigs wpS p*V"* 22.95 f
among us in the fields of education, finance,
and nutrition who are thoroughly capable of ::: : 1 Afro Wigs wasp ago w t."* 22.95 1 1

setting up counselling and guidance centers on : 1j 1
the local level. Some have done it and are con- \ SPECIAL
tributing their time and effort. But many more ;1 1 IMRS. HARVEY RE-STYLES ';;\
are needed. If the finest among us are not will 1 1111! :TUES. AND WED. ONLY $4.95 =1:;
ing to lend their talents to further our needs
and our cause, how in Heaven's name can we I I Iit :
expect outsiders to care. Ii
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I'm not for one moment underestimating
The treasurers aren't all underwater in Haiti--
or over-simplifying black problems. We've got but many are. Which is why the pretty young tour-
'em! But there are things we can do now to ist is armed for skin-diving and spearfishing off
get some of them off the ground. The black Ibo Beach, outside of Port-au-Prince. If her luck is ". x::::
community can, must and will be brought to typical, the gentleman behind her will be roasting .1:, ,. ,> ::
life. But lately, I've been concerned that it may lobster for her lunch, serving it in one ofthe thatched MRS. HARVEY ; MISS BROWN STYLIST fc:
be in danger of being "talked" to death. cottages that dot the beach. .:::::::::::::::::::::: :: ::: :::::::::::::::: :.:::: .::; :!:;:;:;:;:;:;:;:;:::-.;;::::;::::::::::::*:;S.;v.; t; ;:;S;:*:::::::aMT

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I 60 Attend Black Summit Leadership Conference I

_fat the ..." will.. ha_ discuss e. '_
high v -"
One | \ ui detail af
Approximately sixty black in attendance at the Oct., 11 those in attendance were Rev. pro's and con's of the Inde- Ing was thedecision to run two' ; future meeting Dec
I people from 22 counties were meeting In Orlando. Among Joel E. Atkins,State president pendent Party suggested by potential black candidates for Johnson Hall 6 at
dis- I
NAACP, Earl Davis, repre- Norman Jones were United States senate and the 1328 NW 3rd
sentative Cope and A. Phillip cussed. That particular issue House of Representatives. It Ave., at 9 a.m.
Randolph Institute, Marvin received an overwhelmig involvement -
11 I A i ii from the young
fi Stu Davies, State Field Director
NAACP, Joseph Caleb, Presi- adults. Both Mr. T. J. Red-
dent Laborers Union. Along dick of Broward County and
with several other dignataries Mr. Bobby Brooks of Palm
who discussed the possibilityof Beach County elaborated as to
electing black candidates.The some of the reasons why black
+ iiF, sr rt v theme decided upon for candidates have met with defeat -
4 Va1 l 1969-70 registration drives in the past. Perhaps the

; shall be "give a da mm-register upcoming candidates can
to vote." benefit from the mistakes of
'4pt Issues surrounding the others.

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named manager of the Roose- Johnsen is a veteran of 17
fJltet"ouwi velt office of First Federal years service with FirstFederal ,4aMuacedMr I
1 Savings & Loan Association of of Miami. For the past
Miami, it was announced this two years, he has served the and Mrs. Lawson Doz- Ter., Richmond Heights, son
Mr. and Mrs. Edmond McKnight of 778 Jefferson Avenue, week by T. F. Moore, senior Roosevelt office as chief sav- ier of 14710 SW 104th PI., of Mrs. Lillie Jackson of 6410
Pahokee, Fla.,wish toannounce the engagement of their daugh- SW 58th PI. and Mr. Frank
vice president Savings and ings and loan officer. John ,
ter, Gloria Biggs, to Mr. Tom Washington of 736 NW 45th St. Branches Johnsen succeeds Harris, a graduate of BookerT. Richmond Heights and Mr. Harrison of Miami. Athalenea
Miss Biggs is a graduate of Florida A4M with Frank W. Alston of 219 Meede
University a Schoolis
James T Harwood who be- Washington High School, graduate of Mays High
major in psychology and a minor in sociology.She is presentlyworkJ.ng St., Perth Amboy, N. J. wishto
comes manager of First Federal's has been a member of the now attending Miami-Dade
for the division of family service,formerly known as new NE 184th St. office. Roosevelt office staff for Z 1/2 announce the engagementof Jr. College, south campus,
Florida State Welfare, as a social worker.Miss Biggs did her
In other moves affecting! the years. He formerly was em- their daughter, Miss Atha- pursuing a secretarial career.
post baccalaureate work at pomana College in Claremont, Roosevelt office, John J.Har- ployed by the Roosevelt SavIngs lene H. Alston to Mr. Frank A December wedding is planned -
California before returning to the field of social work. ris has been promoted to head and Loan prior to his Harrison of 10615SW146th .
Mr. Washington is owner of the chain of Tom
Cleaners and teller and W. H. Thompkins merger with First Federal.
has been transferred from the
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2,000 Guests Attend Ceremonies


Dr. Perry Inaugurated As 6th FAiU PresidentTALLAHASSEE

I ..Dr.Ben- pendent faculty, students who ed to the-legislature's "com- America has been isolated straps culture. It is now man- concern for this discernible
min L. Perry, Jr. was the sixth for- demand share in decision- mitment to higher education." from the so-called "boot datory. that society give some segment of the population.' I
inaugurated as
mally making, and a situation which "Florida A&M has -
a uniqueand
president of FloridaA&MUni- prevents him from exercising
versity Saturday, October 11, the restraints on dissent higher special educational purpose in our"

1969 as alumni,state govern- available to leaders in other Shultz said. And with system the inau-,
ment and education dignitaries fields when
they wish to guration of a strong presidentfor
looked on.Approximately. achieve their will.
a strong institution I
2,000 guests "In fH .
today's university," confident that the role will ex- rrn S r.
Including Gov. Claude Kirk, Mautz continued, "leadership pand in the future.
FAMU President Emeritus must be by persuasion and Gov. Kirk welcomed alumni
George W. Gore, and Florida force of intellect. A presidentcan and guests "throughoutFlorida ; I I IJ,1
State University President J. no longer
govern without and the nation," and
Stanley Marshall, gathered in the whole-hearted, support of also expressed confidence in
Auditorium for the his "
Lee Hall faculty. FAMU's future."I .
inauguration of the first FAMU Mautz called Perry, "an unusual know this man,and I know
graduate to become its chief man. .dedicated to the this institution, the Governor '
executive. welfare of Florida A&M Uni- said. "And I am confident both
Highlight of theapproxi- versity," and expressed hope will go forward to provide the h
mately two-and-a-half hour "that you will work with him, educational opportunities for 14y
convocation, came when Boardof and support his efforts." future generations they will be 4 ,
Regents Vice Chairman Tallahassee Mayor Spur- required to served. f
Louis C. Murray of Orlando geon Camp struck much the Other platform guests included -
draped the traditional medal- same theme, and drew laugh Rep. Don Fugua, Se- 2 2d
lion, bearing the seals of with his comment that the casualty cretary of State Tom Adams, ? \
A&M and the State of
Florida rate is high today among and representatives for other
Florida, around Dr. Perry's university presidents. members of the state university

neck.Murray "The road they travel is system. tF
took note of the FA-
frustrating, and the battles The FAMU university com
MU President's unique placein they wage often dangerous," munity also sent individual
of the university.
the history -
the mayor said. "They suffer spokesmen, NewlyelectedStudent
abuse no man should be required Government President
"It is a great step forward," to endure. Oscar Davis spoke for the stu-
the vice-chairman said, "to dents
Vice-president for Ad-
"Yet with this
first knowledge,
install the university's
ministration Dr. E.
have Henry
you the strength and
as president
graduate ;
we can only hope that such courage to face up to the challenge Finley for the administration, + .'?' .
identification will serve to inspire being aware that while and Dr. Elsie H. Wallace,
there is professor of Elementary Education
little of
personal '
in the univer- ; k't
for the faculty.In ; k
gain there is much
down to pro-
sity community, right
mise of personal loss in termsof his inauguraladdress,
the student body. time, effort and even Dr. Perry recalled a meetinghe
Murray marveledathow"insuch had attended at which I
health the said. a
a relatively short periodof wealthy Tallahassee residenthad
time, Florida A&M has to "Despite these potential sacrifices asked why "your people
come to play such a definite ," Camp concluded, don't pull themselves up by
distinctive role" in Florida "you willingly shoulder your their bootstraps as we did."
higher education. burden. President Perry; for His goal for Florida A&M, +I 'r xad ;t tA tc tt
In his charge to the presi- this strength and spirit, Tal- the president said, was to
dent, Murray urged Dr.Perryto lahassee salute you." "provide both the bootstrapsand
"work for the advancementof Speaker of the House Fred the boots" for those deprived c i x : d t tk
Florida A&M University's Schultz of Jacksonville flew in of educational and economic
position as a true partner in from a legislative weekend in opportunity.For k
our state university system of Tampa to bring greetings from over 300 years, Dr $$22a
higher education. Florida' lawmakers,and point Perry said, The black man in

University Chancellor Ro- 2' ,y'i
bert Mautz pointed out whata '* '
difficult position" the uni-
th 1s
versity president has to cometo
occupy American society.; College young Republicans surance this year. The "In-
"He is confronted by inde are selling Halloween In- surance" covers defacing of
home and car by soaping,pap
ering, and other mischievousacts

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I Speaker Here t Y By ROBERT J. SYE
.. lit a t P c ff o B o o Q o o P o t o p o o o oj e o p o om t tj
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Mrs. Maude K. Reid, pre- room at the spacious Napolean In Hollywood this week the greatest conglomeration Black
sident of the Urban League of Room of the Deauvtlle Hotel talent-stars appeared the Ambassador Saturday night,Oct.
Greater Miami, has appointedLee was Insufficient to accommo- }1v r *rT *rr* ill to participate in HoUowood'Beverly: Hllis NAACP Branch's
A. Tafel as chairman and date the late arrivals. This Image Award Show. Such stars as Della Reese;Raymond St.
Dewey W. Knight, Jr. as co- year, the dinner will be held P + -- By-- Jacques; Calvin Lockhart; Leslie Uggams,with hubby producer
chairman for the eleventh an- In the Assembly Room of the W&MUl ADLINE PONTIPHFLET Graham Pratt; Lincoln Kilpatrlckand his spouse Helena;Johnny -
nual Equal Opportunity Day Dupont Plaza Hotel which can a Brown; Alison Mills with her sister and brother; Don MIt-
Dinner which will be held Sa- seat 1200 dinners. What's chell; Gordon Parks; Leslie Caron; Mr. & Mrs Bob DuQu1;
turday, Nov. 15th at the Du- more, there are ample park- Following every concert, entials. This serves no other Denise Nichols; Mira Waters and her lovely mother; Mantan
pont Plaza Hotel in Miami. ing facilities. fate has It that some special purpose than to invite these Moreland; Otis Young; and many more who were presentees or
"This event, which has be- "There is no question but person will sit in the audience celebrities to our affairs. For recipients of the coveted "Image Award."
come traditional with the Ur- that the affair will be sell.out, and lend us the utmost in moral this we must send specialletters Winners of the Image Awards were St.Jacques for "Best
ban League, Is intended to remind says Mr. Knight," because the support. And it's even better to a designated numberof Actor" for his portrayal"Change of Mind;" Estelle Evans
Americans from all ace-in-the-hole Is our good when that same person comesto potentials and this requires,, for "Best Actress;" Kyle Johnson and Alex Clarkeboth coppedan
walks of life that the greatnessof fortune in see u r In g Whitney us to Join and give us an- hours of typing on a rented "IA" for their roles'in Gordon Parks' "The Learning
our country rests upon the M. Young, Jr. as our guest other type of support. One IBM machine. Each letter is Tree." awardees were Clarence Williams ni of "Mod
principle of equal attendance, speaker. Mr. Young in his 8 such person is my society an individual letter. Miss Ap- Squad" and Gall Fisher (Mrs. John Levy) of "M a n n i x" for
serves as another step in mov- years as executive director of guest for this week, Miss Dyan pleton has vollnteeredher "Best Dramatic Actor-Actress" in a TV series. The comedy
ing towards the day which the National Urban League, Appleton. time and efforts In helping out winners were Ivan Dixon, "Hogan's Heroes/and Denise Nichols -
bigotry and racism will be as has turned the League from in that department. dare say, "Room 222."
un-American in real life as it perhaps the least dramatic of 0- with her typing skill, the entire The third annual Image Award Show commenced with African
is in theory," says Mrs.Reid. Negro organizations into the .,. ,I) project should take on a new dancers, chants and songs.The show was hosted by the charmIng -
"Our oberservance of Equal fastest growing,and Increased lead and become no more thana and witty Della Reese, who kept the dragging program alive
Opportunity Day serves as a Its prestige not only among i. lark. Time will tell. with bromides and songs -- but the finale was tragic (becausethe
means of communication, Negroes but also in the White >'i. show lasted for an undeterminable 6 hours)and disheartening -
presuasion, and the promotionof House and the business world. 1 Performing May I remind Arts you that Society the in spite of the efforts Cassius V. Weathersby, the pro-
inter-racial understandingand .
He has served director.
on seven Pre- gram
1969 fall concert" will be
good will. sidential Commissions of the i< held Wendell James Franklin, president of the H oily wood-
at Its usual location the
Dewey W. Knight, who is director lasttwoAdministrations.Calls Beverly Hills Branch, did his "thang," if nothing else.
Fontainebleau Hotel We'vemade
of Dade County Welfare for his speaking engage- >.. All in all, the"Image Awards" was well attended and laugh-
arrangements for the
Department, and cochairmanof ments come from all over the ingly pregnant with surprises.
fabulous La Ronde
Room which
the Dinner arrangements nation, and his consent in coir- ." Is world famous. "FiddlerOn "The Leslie Uggams Show" is maturing,and stimulatingraves
committee, urges all those ing to Miami is evidence of the .. .;. ..; : :; The Roof Is the all over. Lincoln Kilpatrlck, Johnny Brown an out-
who plan to attend to obtain importance he places In our >0 :.. this time and rehearsals on menu have of-sight singer-comic- Impressionist and Alison Mills
their tickets early. Last year community in bettering the told an Ingenue who'll soon outn'owher Leslie's'NowGen -
me that It's going to be
some of my best friends were conditions caused by years of eration sister on Sugar Hill, are "Doin' it" welll!
quite a delicacy. The ladles
disappointed because seating discrimination and neglect... are excited, the gentlemenare Alsion, only 19, is so talented that Don Mitchell and Max Ju-
DYAN APPLETON'Dyan lien both speak of her with abated reverence. Miss Mills is a
excited and I'm excitedso
natural talent but one detects that she is more much more.
is the of
daughter a ril pray you not to miss it.
',. ,. i.' '. : '.. "". active It is felt that she will develop intoan actress of the caliberof
gentle Mrs.
). : 'Jf> ; very lady, The affair is strictly invita-
,}, i>T..t < ., !'" '< -.:." Doris Appleton, living at 478 tional, invitations of which are a Diana Sands, a Janet McLachlan, or a Cicely Tyson.

'"flV' '.... ,.I':j&J, f, NE 56th St., here in Miami. available from anyone of our She has everthing going for her.
/ "
,'. .: i Some of you will recognizeMrs. society members as well as If ever you go to New York with wild and romantic expecta-
''\" : Appleton from her many new patrons. It's no news that tions, forget it.The Gotham metropolis is perhaps the worst in
:;: activities with the different"let's we are enjoying for the first the geography of the U.S.A.

% ,, ,. "'1" <"< ':;.". ;; make our communitya time, our long sought-after Streets are dangerously crowded with marauding taxis(sings
<< Ae' better community to live in' Official Patronage with Mayor of collision on 90%) slamming in pedestrians and cur sing
type projects. In fact she 'Is Stephen Clark at the top of the each other. The buildings grey and drab,are from the 1920 era
well known to some of our list and all the Commissioners exception being Allied Chemical downtown Manhattan, and

most gracious society pa- especially Mrs. Athalie Kennedy Airport; women are forced ,tQ wear weddir(,bands tow
trons. Needless to say, Dyanis Range who made the whole ward off marshers. And, a confirmed reservation at the Statler
the product of this and from thing become a reality,., We Hilton Hotel doesn't mean a thing Add this to the, discoutesy
what I can see, certainly an have no limitations I assure service of the manager and the greed of the doorman, and It's
outgrowth of this well placed I revolting. Accomodations at the Penn-Garden are worse still;
enthusiasm.Our you.Until r m able to visit with imagine ordering'eggs and bacon and receiving them an hour
Social Secretary, Mrs. you again next week,' may I later in a paper plate, cold, and your milk and coffee warm--
Genevieve Fir man is her, please extend a cordial wel- cold In taper cups,plus,the c loset.roomhasno shower or
sponsor and r m told that arrangements come to that wonderful week air conditioning, but for the quarters you pay$24.00 a day.
for Dyan were awaiting. God loves you. The breakfast hit you for $3.05.
made only seconds before cur- Mr. Paul LaPierre, Erector Wowl! And, that ain't all. Vendors sell pretzels and chestnuts
tain time last June fifteen. Asa of the Performing Ai which are served from an open basket,handed to you by un-

9, wr matter of fact, Mr. La Pierrewas Society of Greater Miami, washed hands-----15$.
pulled from backstage to called me this morning on the Harlem is different. No taxis running you down.However, if
meet our new protegee. "Now telephone, to make sure all you drive an automobile it must be a hassle. Cars double park:
that I really know her," Mr. concerned in charge of the all night,stop midstreet to chat with a sidewalk companion, and
La Pierre said, "r m glad community relations board the women--not a pretty one In sight..at least I didn't see one,

,,, things turned out the way they dinner, be congratulated, not or maybe they avoided me. '
--' "- did. Dyan is a great burst of only for their wonderful ef But New York does have some nice things and people in it:

energy for the entire societyas fort. But also,their great con- Buzz Willis, RCA; Billy Rowe's sec'y; Fast Subway Service;
Makeup for the black girl should be glossy and a whole.' This I feel is a tribution 'to the community.The Frank's Restaurant on 125th St. at 8th Ave. (good food); The

fresh, according to Glenn Roberts, internationalface lovely compliment. society will do its utmost Amsterdam News(Dick Edwards,Sarah Slack,Jim Rowe); Vic
designer for Elizabeth Arden. He a We may have mentioned this to maintain the same toria Lucas; Gerry Jones; Gail Bartley; Glenn Tompkins.
before, but preceeding every Ideals, plus injecting a little And, of course,there was some exciting entertainment going.
thin veil of Very Sunny Creme Blush blended all major event within our realm, personal feeling for the soul. Caught James Brown' protege, Martha Whitney,rehearsing at
over the face to even out skin texture and providea we have quite a "special in- Always performing in our own the famed Appollo-..>.---and it was nice as expected.The ex-
pretty glow. Cheekbones and temples are gleamedwith vitation" campaign In orderto capacity through music. traordinary blues singer Bobby Blues was holding forth at
Frosty Bronze Creme Blush, a coppery brown attract the attention of our To Mr. Robert Simms,con- "Club Baron," and soul Gladys Knight and the Pips were gig-
community leaders and influ- gratulations! ging at the Copa.A : .
highlighter. Eyes are shaded, tone on tone, with I Turnover: Warren Lanier,one of the most dynamic,'intel-
two subdued but unusual shades. Artichoke Green, ligent, and aggressive men in the field of record promotion,
a shiny, no-color green, is blended on the lid and into Miami TimesAds Don'f Cost recently ended affiliation with Venture Records, a
the the brow sub of MGM,and is now"employing my administrative experi-
contour of the eye. Beneath the i They Pay
ence to broach my own venture."
Elizabeth Arden expert blends Bronzetto, coppery I Indigo Records will sock it to the market a tune entitled

tone flickered with golden lights. Extra lashes sur. "There's a DJ In Your Town,"sung by Samson and Dellah, and..

round the eye on 'both the top and bottom lids. Lipsare i DRUGS the Boss City People.
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20 THE MIAMI TIMES Friday, October 24, 1969.r

"" In St. Louis

0 Round About ""; ..'' ? ,,Success Of Black Supermarket Due . .


Talk I ''," i' :" L"':! To Black TogethernessA

BV JIMMY "SCOOP" BETHEL If)>.".. : percent of thestore's business
-- "" black-owned and operated of the Vanguard Redevelop ed at every step of the way-
ment Corporation and the short cuts. is white.
supermarket, inspired by a we took no
TALK OF THE TOWN NYC: It's Monday Oct. 20, all of group of black ministers has Vanguard Bond and Mortgage "We started with ministerswho Hurt added "People come

New York City Is having party.For the record NYC's Mayor declared a profit, five months Company; president, Van had no knowledge of retailing from any areas of the city and

John Lindsay has proclaimed this day Mets Day"a day of the after its opening and four to guard Furniture and a direc- then we called in experienced county to shop with us."

New York baseball champions." Today It seems as though all seven months ahead of sched tor, Gateway National Bank. ; businessmen and Plans are to build a secondstore

10,000,000 people of this great cityare In love with everyone.In The idea for a black-owned women. We could have been in next year. Overall plans

the parade, there's the former manager, Casey Stengel, ule.Central City Foods, located supermarket generated from business 15 months before we call for the construction of

the present manager Gil Hodges,(Gil led the Mets to the world in the heart of downtown St. weekly ministers' meetings at actually opened, but we had to four black. owned and operated

championship) and Pearl Bally (really having ballO.. Donn Louis, is serving over 10,000 the offices of Hurt's Employees learn everything about open supermarkets in the St. Louis
Clendenon made "Most Valuable Like said
was Player. they "
customers per week and Is Loan Co. ing a new store to survive.
"from rags to riches." A year ago Donn was working for a averaging $50,000 a week in "The thurst of the ministerswas Hurt said when the store was "Never in the history of St.

pen company In Atlanta.There's Jerry Koosman,great pitcherof gross sales. in the first five amazing in raising the in April the Board did
opened Louis have so many Negroes
the in leader
Mets. 68 and team
TommieAgee a flop a
super "
months of operations, the stock money, Hurt said. The not anticipate showing a profit invested their money and come
In 69. Ron Swoboda, knocked In the winning run with a
store has done well over $1- company sold 20,000 sharesof until early next year. for a Hurt
double. the ticker all the together purpose,
Today, tapes are,really flying over
000,000 in gross sales. stock at $10.00 a share for "We knew it would take time said., There are presently 2,-
down out of windows of the
place, coming huge skyscrapers,
According toJames E.Hurt its initial capitalization. costs
for us to get our 000 stockholders in Central
with millions of lined the sidewalks to
people on waiting
up Jr., chairman of the board of On September 30th of this down because of the inexperience
take a look at their baseball heroes.At city hall, all the base.. City Foods.
central! City Foods, "The remarkable year the State of Missouri of the workers. But,they
ball stars received official to the with medals
: keys
city special
"What we're trying to tell
growth and early approved Central City Foodsto have worked very hard and are
If vouweren't In this of New York this fov. have
city on vou
is We're in
can success of Central City Foods issue 40,000 additional now a smooth working team. our people : living
missed the most affair In times. never be
exciting our due to effective shares of stock at an where we're
are an part $10.00 per The ministers have done a economy
matched again. Cassius C lay (realheavyweight champ of
nership between a group of 35 share. in central working through a coperate
great Job projecting
the world) has been granted license to fight in Mississippi by
black ministers and black "The owners of Central City City Foods through the pul structure. You can't be a suc-
Gov. John Bell Williams..The Gardiner
Rev. Dr. C. Taylor
businessmen in St. Louis." are made up of little people pits. cess in the market today as
head of the member Concord of
13,000 Church Brooklyn NY
k Hurt is considered the lead grassroots people," Hurt Prices at the store are extremely an individual. You have to organize
Norman Vincent Peale
replace white Rev Dr. on the
ing black businessman in St. said. "In terms of the develop- competitive, survey pool your resourcesand
NBC radio "The Art Living"this fall and winter
Louis. He Is past president of ment of the store, everyone of of other supermarkets reveal work together. That's the
a national-wide started In
hookup Oct. March 1970
through the St. Louis Board of Educa- us is black, and that makes us ed. And, Central City does story of Central City Foods,"
Congrats to Atlanta Ga's first black vice mayor Atty.
tion; is Chairman of the Board unique. Black people were us- city-wide business. About 15 Hurt said.
Maynard Jackson. Movie actor, big Jim Brown newest thing,

dancer-singer Lola Falana Harry Belafonte to Japan for
Expo '70.ROUND .


"What company YOU CAN'T

k : the to will use best give myabilities chance me DO BETTER THAN


4 d p i s ,oe.IJANM uo. r.oM yNr 0 S ?" ,.,..,...

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Picture set left to right top: Eliaght Graham (former Ft.

Lauderdale playboy) now a traveling salesman, residing in

New York at 216 W. lOOSt. .. Smokey Robinson and the Miracles y< 6

big hit, "Doggone Right" near the million selling mark

Soul Brother No. 1,James Brown (singer of the big ones,
"Mother Popcorn" and "World, World") has chosen Oct. as 4WIWE 4x

his scholarship month. During October, James Brown will

give out at least ten scholarships to students from his October fORT 'CHARD C.JACKSON: JAKE MC GHEI

earnings Bottom left to right: Beautiful songtress, Kim Manager of Miami Edison Center Manager of Norristown Pa. Firestone of the Brook
Weston going to Vietnam for a six-week gig.Thanks to Reader's Firestone Store. Willie had four Store. "Rich" started with Firestone Firestone Store in Louisville Broadway, Ky.
Digest and her great album, "This is America" promotions to in store two manager.years in his Willie progression has II years ago and since April, 1964. Jake started with Firestone in June
progressed from brake mechanic
Louise "Poney" Williams' mystery man. Sam and Dave Fort's growth helps Firestone grow through several sales positions in three two 1965,other and held stores various prior to positions his Store in
with their great band at the NY Broadway Cheeters Club other stores prior to his appointment Manager appointment June 1, 1969.
as Store Manager in 1967. His
breaking the house down with "When Something is Wrong is an example of the opportunities progress Jake's to rapid Firestone's advancement rapid growth.contributes
With my Baby" and "Soul Man," last week-end. Carryingon at Firestone.

Mr. Cleanhead, Isaac Hayes, big hit, "Walk On By"

dedicated to pretty Cynthia Knowles To the family of as rs A LrrM
Walter Daniels, the Carol City lad that was killed in a car ac- 1 4

cident on Sept. 20th, his parents, Mr. and Mrs.Leroy Daniels,
his wife Gloria, we dedicate "The Whole World in his Hand"

This Is Scoop Bethel saying, time and tide waits for no

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22. THE MIAMI TIMES, Friday, October 24, 1969
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6th Ct. met his untimely death

Oct. 14. Among his survivorsare
and tur-
parents Mr. Mrs.

? IN MEMORIAM CARD OF THANKSThe IN MEMORIAMIn .; 7 ner Thomas;two sisters Stella
Thomas Eunice Johnson; one

I In loving memory of our family of the late, memory of our father and brother Turner, Jr. Services

dear sister and aunt THOMAS A. WEBB son will be held Saturday 1 p.m.

who departed this life Oct. 2, f in the chapel.

1969, wishes to thank the many
friends and neighbors who Mrs. Sarah Thompson of 439

came to mourn with them dur- NW 9th St. ##22, died Oct. 15

ing their hour bereavement. at Jackson Hospital. Survi-

We extend special thanks to arwAr vors include husband George;
our priest Father Elisha S. two daughters Anna L. Wells

Clarke, Jr., rector of the and Patricia A. Bunnett; two
Church of the Transfiguration sisters and three brothers.
; Father Marlon Potter of Services will be held in the

Albany, Georgia, a nephew of chapel Thursday.
the deceased; and members of MRS. HANNAH FELDERIn MR. P.H. FELDER, SR.

the Church of the Transfigu- memory, of our father and who Joined him Oct. 26 1968. CURTIS MARTIN of 11351

ration. Mr. Norwood of the grandfather, We will always rememberthe SW 216th St., Goulds, died

House of Albert; Mr.and Mrs. who left us Sept.. 8, 1944 and love you gave us. Oct. 15, with burial in Para-
Larry Michaels St. Marie and dise Memorial Cemetery.
; our mother and grandmother. The family
St. Mary's of the Virgin Guilds -- -
-- 4 of St.Agnes Episcopal Church; EDDIE ANDREW Samantha Outler of 1351 NW
the Vestry Board and St.Veronica's WILLIAMS HI 40th St., died Oct. 17.Services
MRS. BERTHA K. LEWE were held Tuesday in the
Guild of the Church BAIN RANGEMRS.
who departed this life on Oct. of the Transfiguration; the who departed this life October chapel. Survivors parents.
Opalettes Savings Club and
A precious one from us is goneA GUO of PB Lodge No.; 13. Loving memories of you will 1721 NW 41st St., died Oct. LER of 10870 NW 15th St.died Joseph Daniel of 4652 NW

voice we love is stillA never fade from our hearts, 19 at Jackson Hospital. Ser- October 14th at her home.She 23rd Ave., died Oct. 19 at

place is vacant in our hearts The Webb FamilyIN Rest in peace. vices will be held Saturday at is survived by her husband, Jackson Hospital. He is sur-
the Church of God of Joseph three daughters Elvia
Of a memory that can never Prophecy. ; vived by one brother WillieH.
be filled. Anthony P. Williams, son Survivors Include his wife Ma- Davis, Bertha Gadson and Bet- Pollock sisterinlawLaura
MEMORIAMIn Louise Bynes, mother zie; four sons James, Frank, ty Lou Cain; six sons, Bobby, one niece; two nephews
Sadly missed by, Other members and friends DI, Lloyd and Louis, three Jimmy, Benjamin, Zeke, An- and three; uncles.;Services are
sad but loving memory ofGEORGKW.PRYOR of the family sisters Quyline Gardiner, drew, and W 0 r n ell Cain.

Mrs. Ida K. Sidney, sister ." ...,, '\/ J'" Mildred Walker and Florence Funeral services will be held incomplete.Mrs. .
Grade Ann Sidney, niece Bridges; nine grandchildrenand Saturday, 1:00 p.m., at the
CARD OF THANKSThe Franc Is' Cherry of
a host of nieces and ne- Morning Star Baptist Church,
phews. in Princeton, Fla. with the 6314 NW 4th Ave., died Oct.
IN MEMORIAM family of the late Rev. W.H. Faysonofficlating. 19 at .Jackson Hospital. Sur-
vivors include one daughter
MRS. MOSE B. HALL of 456
In loving memory ofiii Christine London two sisters
to express since thanks ; ,
NW 15th St. Fla. City died
dIIIIIIIIWIi! :III/t. ,;. x. and appreciation to their many Oct. 14 at her home. Remains JULIUS FULLER of 1022 five brothers, four grands and
NW First Ave. Apt. #3 died in Services will
friends for their acts of kind- to one great grand.
were shipped Camilla, Ga.
Atlanta, Georgia. Mr. Fulleris be held Saturday 3 at
ness cards, telegrams, flowers Survivors include her husband p.m.
calls and visits during: Joseph; four sisters Louise survived by his daughter, Rock of Ages Baptist Church.
their hours of bereavement.Your Gloria Jean Williams; two
Sir Blanche Williams
man, ,
words of sympathy and' Lucille grandchildren; two sisters, INCOMPLETES
Jackson and Louise
acts of kindness helped to 1 Leola Milton and Minnie Jake Yarborough of 2460 NW
.. comfort and console us in our Jackson; four brothers Otis, Smith; three brothers, Frank, 63rd St., died Oct. 18 atJackson -
------ Robert
hours of sadness. Benjamin and Roy. Bob and Arthur Lee Smith. Hospital.

Because of the lack of ad- Funeral services will be held
who departed this life Oct.23, dresses on some of the tele- JAMES BULLARD of 5932 Saturday, 1:00 p.m. in the Mrs. Louisa Williams, died
1967,. SW 67th St., South Miami,died Memorial
grams and flowers we were' Range Chapel. Oct. 19 at Jackson Hospital.
He is gone, but not for Oct. 18 at his home. Services
unable to extend a personal:
gotten. Your loving face will were held Wednesday in the Jessie Gray of 1431 NW 71
thank you. MRS. ROSA LEE GREEN of
-- always be remembered. Reston chapel. Survivors include one 1981 NW Fourth Ct.died Tues- St., died Oct. 17.
JOHNNIE COLLINSwho dear daughter Grace Butler two
one. ;
The Arrington Family day, October 21st at Mount
passed October 25, 1963. sons James and Frank; one
Sinai Hospital. Mrs. Green is
Gone but not forgotten missed devoted brother Joseph.
Sadly by a
survived by her husband,Wil-
friend lie B.; three daughters,Jennie Hall and a daughter, Mrs.
Juanita Butler, sister CARD OF THANKSThe Northside Martin, Ruby Lockett and Juanita Hargrove, one sister,
Ruby George, sister CARD OF THANKS Carolyn Mitchell; seven Ethel Bledsoe and other re-

James J. Collins, brotherIN The family of the late family ofPATSY MRS. FLOSSIE PRICE,2202 grandchildren, twogreat- latives. Funeral services

EVANS NW 93rd St., died Oct. 16 at grandchildren; four sisters, were conducted on Monday,

MEMORIAM who departed this life Oct. 5, Jackson Hospital. Her survi- Pankie Knight,Sarah Manning, October 20th, 4:00 p.m. in the
1969, wish to take this oppor- vors include her husband Daniel Lucille Riley and Susie Ben- Range Memorial Chapel.
tunity to express their sincere mother Ida Cogwell one
In loving memory of my .i.fj ; nlfield, several neices,
i and heartfelt thanks to the sister Mary Farrington six
parents :, 'C",). ; nephews, and other relatives.
F many friends and neighbors, nieces, one nephew. Services Funeral services will be held MRS. EDMONIA JACKSONof

1 ,.- ,, .-: '$1._ for their kindness shown during were held Tuesday at Mt. Saturday, 4:00 p.m.atSt. Mat- 960 ,N.W. 50th Street died

\. "" ,. our bereavement. Many Pleasant, Goulds. thews Freewill Baptist October 15th at her home.
y S :.,. I .': thanks for cards,letters,tele- Church. Mrs. Jackson is survived bya

bW.i'.r ', grams and beautiful floral ARTHUR T. RUSSELL, 530 daughter, Mrs. Ethelda Swee-
pieces. NE 82nd St. Apt. 2B, died Oct. ney and other relatives. Me-
.' May God bless all of you. 16 at North Miami General MRS. ELLENHALLGREEN morial Service was held
I Hospital. He is survived by of 1228 NW 65th Terrace died Thursday, Oct. 16th 6:30 p.m.
The familyIN one brother Mr.Pittman.Ser- October 15th at the Jackson in the Range MemorialChapel.

vices were held Monday in the Memorial Hospital. Mrs Following services she was

WILLIE HENRY SMITH, chapel. Green is survived by her hus- shipped to Lexington. Kentucky -
acknowledges with gratefulappreciation band, Noah; a son, Telllce E. for burial.

your kind ex- MEMORIAMIn JOSEPH C. DOZIER, 8820
pression of sympathy. NW 14th Ave., died Oct. 17. -

Special thanks to the Richardson memory of, He is survived by his wife CARD OF THANKSThe
MR. GEORGE SAPP Mortuary and Staff, MRS. COLENE HENDERSONwho Edith; one son, two sisters
I who died in Thomasville, Ga., Rev., H.C. Samuels and Con died Oct. 28, 1967. Eliza and Elizabeth i ; three family of the late

1923, and gregation, and the KrlnonClubof step daughters; cue brother CLIFF BAKER,
wishes you to know that y&.r very kind and most unique
phi Delta Kappa. Memories of you will never Sonny. Chapel services were
fade from our heart. Mayyoursoul held Thursday, 4 p.m. expressions of sympathy were graciously appreciated.
Charlie Mae Culpepper and rest in peace. Being the friends you have shown yourselves to be, we
Norma Hall BUFORD HERD, 4832 NW are sure that you bore our grief as deeply as true
1 Jean ,daughters 25th Ave.,died Oct. 17 at Jack- friends could. We want to assure you that each act of
Viola Jones and Cora Mar- Children Walter
: Wayne
; ,
son Hospital. He is survivedby kindness represented
something dear and
i very
tin, sisters Patricia, Anthony and Dar-
lene. a wife Nancy and friends. sonal to us. As we beseech your prayers for continued

Chapel services were held strength and courage, we Invoke heaven's blessingsupon
Mother Mrs. A. Smith
Wednesday.JOHN you.Special.
sisters and brothersIN
In sad, but loving memory of C. DAVIS 1242 1/2 thanks to Dr. W. A. Patterson, Jr., Rev.
our dear beloved mother and NW 3rd Ave., died Oct. 14. He Edward T. Graham and members of Mt. Zion Baptist

grandmother, is survived by his parents Church, Rev. W. F. Savoy, Rev. I. K. Mickens, the

ROSE LEAH INGRAM Mr. and Mrs. John Gus Davis. friends and neighbors of the family, Mrs. Gladys
Pratt, Mrs. Sarah Pullom, Mrs. Ella M. Brown the
Remains were shipped Satur- ,
who departed this life October MEMORIAM
Friends of
Amlcae, Delta Sigma Theta
25 1963 day to Greenville, Miss. Sorority,
Egelloc Club Business and
Professional Women's
In moving memory of our ALLEN STALEY 1203 Club ofMt.Zion BaptfstChurch
1/2 Mrs.
who died in Miami Fla. 1968.I Mrs
A from Is
precious one us goneA mother
NW 3rd Ave., died Oct. 18.He Dorothy Williams, Mrs. Faydell Phillips Mrs.
it must
am sure have been, voice we love is still
is survived by one sister Bailey, Mr. E. H. Starke, Mrs. Margaret Killer Mr.
a great reunion when they met A place is vacant in our hearts ,
MRS. BEULAH GARDINERwho Magaline; one nephew. Ser- B. Huff, Mrs. Jecell Rackard, Nurse Susan F. Harris
in heaven We love but ,
you, Of a memory that can never vices are Incomplete. and everyone who rendered special favors.
God loves best. '. ,
you be filled. passed this life on October -

24, 1967 ROBERT C. CARR, died
Rosa Lee Sapp Brady, de-. 'Irma Skiles, daughter Oct. 17 at Jackson Hospital. Sincerely,
voted daughter Wldda Johnson, daughter From her four daughters: He is survived by his wife and The Cliff Baker Family and

Booker T. Sapp, nephew Creta Ann Skiles, grand- Helen, Elizabeth, Betty and other relatives. Services are Earl Edwards Family
Gladys McSklll, niece mother and family Barbara incomplete.



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THE MIAMI TIMES, Friday, October 24, 1969 23

VFW NewsPost

Dr. Puryear To Head FMC 5693 will holds Its

meeting 6:30 p.m. October 26, f
1881 All Baba Avenue, Opa-

Development locka, Post commander W.C.
Fund Covington Is asking that all
members be present.All .
Dr. R. W. Puryear, presI- for the
dent of Florida Memorial College development of a pro- Mr. Harrison comes to commarads of 5693 and
has undertaken the dutiesas gram to greatly enhance eco- us with fifteen years experi- ladies of the women auxiliaryare
nomic stability of this insti- ence in capital funds campaigns -
head of the DevelopmentFund Invited to an annual Men'sDay
in addition to his office tution. AU are cordially invit- throughout the coun- celebration Sunday Oct.
try. He holds a Bachelors and Elder J. W. ,Wilson and congregation would
as President of the college. I 26, 1969, 11:00 a.m. at New
Under his direct supervision Masters degree from New Mt. Herman AMEChurch 2245 like to extend a warm and cordial invitation to all

Martin Harrison has been 5r. York University. He has liv- West Bunch Park Drive Opa- of you to come and visit the church and enjoy the
y appointed as the assistant director ;. ed in Miami for the past 11 locka, Florida. services.

Development Fund; 1/2 years and has been asso- For your comfort, the church is fully air-con-
ciated with for
Mrs. Deborah A. Phillips,De- campaigns The patients of the V.A. ditioned. For your convenience, we provide transportation -
dars of Lebanon
velopment Fund office man- Hospital sends special thanksto
Variety Children's Hospitaland for services to and from the church. Time:
Baker alumni Madam President Bertha
ager ; ,
as Southeastern Regional Thursday 8 and Sunday 11 a.m. and 8
p.m. p.m.
secretary and Richard Good- Florance, Sis. Oats, Sis.
son on loan from the American Director for the American Brown and Sis. Louise Harri- For your added convenience, we have a wonderful
Friends of the Hebrew Uni- for School service which would like to have
Baptist Board of Educa- son a delightful evening of Sunday we
tion as public relations coun- versity plus many other or- bingo on Oct. 31, your presentwas foUr children with us each and every Sunday.
ganizations.Mr. .
selor will formulate the beginning highly appreciated. Phone: 693-0481. Church: 9000 NW 20th Avenue.

of a new developmentfund Baker a graduate of YOUNl;LAND U.S.A. Kindergarten is open all sum*

staff. Florida Memorial College children from 6 months of 10
The new Development Fund mer. We keep age to
also holds a Masters degree
program will be housed on the from the University of Mas- Boys In ServiceSan years of age. 'Call and Register Now. 693-0481.
of Florida Memorial
campus sachusetts has beentheAlumni -
College, 15800 NW 42nd Ave Heads Developmented Secretary for the past two
This program has been par- years and is continuing Antonio-Airman Ulysee WHERE OTHER READERS HAVE FAILED

tically financed by a title HI to see the new DevelopmentFund searching for former grad- Williams, son of Mrs.Lor- SHE HAS SUCCEEDED
grant from the United States offices on the campus uates to add to his mailing raine Williams of 3020 NW 66 MOTHER ANN IJ

Government. Dr. Puryear and, of course, to visit Florida St., Miami I, has completedbasic Spiritual Reader and AdvisorAre
stated that he will have a com Memorial College so stat- lists.Mr. training at Lackland
facing difficult ? Poor
problems Health
plete stff responsible to him ed Dr. Puryear. Goodson with nine yearsof AFB, Tex.He has been assign- Money or you Job Trouble? Drink, Lov. or Family Troubles?
association with the American ed to Sheppard AFB, Tex.,for Do you wont more happiness and good fortune In life?
Baptist Board of Educa- training in the civil engineer if you have any of these problems or others like them,
Gainesville Fla. Daughter Elks tion an Publication has been ing mechanical and electrical doer friend, there Is wonderful news of a remarkable
new of Also lucky days and lucky
way help. your
loaned to the college to fur- field. Airman Williams,a graduate -
numbers. See Mother Ann today. $5 reading, $3 with Ad.
NewsThe ther its development program.. of Miami JacksonSenior OPEN 9 A. M:TO 9 P. M. NO APPOINTMENT NECESSARY
Coffee & Style Dr. Puryear feels that this is:, High School, attended Interna- Phone: 691-9583 9751 N. W. 27th Avenue
100th annual session of the beginning of a nucleus of! tlonal Prog. College. Hisfath- MIAMI riORIDAATTENTION
the East Florida p. B. Asso- ShowPlans the development program that; er, Ulysee Williams, Sr., resides -
ciation will convene at the Mt. he bas long searched for to i, at 1898 NW 58th St., Mi-
Olive P. B. Church, Nov. 19- are all completed and establish on the campus. ami.Jack's .
24. Moderator T. R. Griffinis arrangements have been madeto
asking your support in the accommodate the large !

100th year observance. Every number of guests and friends ---- -
church is asked to report$100or who have purchase tickets to
more. attend this gala affair. Dt. Men's ----l! If You're From

Mrs. L. M. Fisher presidentof Loyce Fox and Dt. Barbara
the women's auxiliary Is Doberson will be at the register I & Boy's Shop ;I
asking the ladles to please takea and will receive those I Georgiaor

part in the queens contest, who have failed to purchasea I THIS IS OUR ONLY STORE I

'any woman of the church can ticket. There will be a high I'j See Mr. Jack .*. .Ii' it
enter, if you can't attend, class entertainment consisting J l'The Latest in Men's Fashions" I r West FloridaYou

please send your report. of Mr. Ulysess Morris, j Pants Suits Hats Shoes
' Ladies please bring something Mrs..,.Valdez Murray, Miss I
Dress Shirts& Knits
Fancy rr
for the art department. Victoria Young, Mr. Walter I
Sunday, 7 p.m. Shady GroveP. McDennard and Rev. William are entitled
B. Church cup rally will Washington. Culture will reign .I 944 NW 2nd AVENUE MIAMI, FLORIDA; J i

*r terminate, sponsored by We- supreme and the latest in --rss.assrsssrs ----- --_

Do-Our-Part Club, Mrs.F.D. styles and fashions will be fea- to Special Death
gs Shannon is the president. tured by one of Miami's out-

TheSlappey, family Mrs standing dress shops.
Lois Fox, Mrs. D. Ross,Mrs. Funds raised through this
2 Locations to Serve Y oul.Dugie's BenefitsFor
Willie M. Smith, motored to medium will be donated to .
Florida A&M College '- Nor- charity so let every one support -
man Alabama football game this cause. Donation is
Morris Brown; 17 Alabama only $1.00.

23. The trip was enjoyable.Mrs. Paradise further information

F. D. Shannon, reporter -

2966 NW 47th St. 633-9396

) RichardsonServices AND Call 691-7661

for JOHNNIE Dugies Guest House

f CARTER who died Oct. 12,
were held Saturday from the 2941 NW 47th St. 634-3851

Church of Christ. Survivors
include three brothers Jesse
Robert, and Carrol Bryant; There are no better rooms on earth, than the

one sister Ruby Cross. rooms you well find at DUGIE'S PARADISE. r

Services for Mrs. YVONNE Seeing Is believing. The accommodationsyou'll ,
receive, will find only in this f } s
26th Ave., who died Oct. 13
were held Saturday from Ebe-
nezer M. Church. Survivors
include her mother Mrs.Ethel Carlos DeTorres,local private Jamaica !Jug i., Always a Friend.Young's .

Clark; five sisters Vera Graham investigator, has enteredthe
City Commission race in
Lillian Ross, Bessie
and Group 5 opposing incumbent
Johnson, Silverstine Blake
Jean Pieze; three brothers Dave Kennedy.
calls himself"a
Arington, Maxwell and Her DeTorres
man for all the community"and Funeral
bert Clark. <\
aims to change the life of

Services for MRS. ES- the community for public's
TELLA THOMPSONof220NW13th benefit. He is keying his campaign MR. LESTER ALBERT, OwnerA

St., who died Oct. 17 will around urban renewaland Home funeral service you will always remember,

be held Saturday from the better housing for low income because of a loved o"e you can never forget,

Church of God of Prophecy. DeTorres groups.came to Miami 1732 Ali Baba Ave so you may rest assured when you call the

Survivors include one niece 20 He House of Albert, if the spirit is right, it is
from Cuba years ago.
Eva B. Brown; two cousins
Eligah Rolle of Ft. Lauder- is a veteran of the Korean the first step up towards heaven.

dale and Florence Evens of Conflict. PHONES: (11-2451 685-1893 House of AlbertWhere
Miami. DeTorres feels that with the

growing Latin population herein "A sympathetic & dignified service"'
and ends
ALEXANDER SEYMOUR of Miami it is high time that a Serving All 'ade County service begins never

1601 NW 69th Ter., died at Latin should be elected to the 24 Hours 100) % Air ConditionedAlso THREE LOCATIONS TO SERVE YOU
Jackson Hospital Oct.20.Ser City Commission. LIBERTY CITY OPA-LOCKA PERRINE
vices will beheld Saturday in He was a candidate for the 1 listed in the Miami City Directory 685-3533 233-2810
the chapel. He is survived bya Commission in 1968 when he 691.7661
host of nieces and nephws. got more than 16,500 votes.



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24 THE MIAMI TIMES, Friday, October 24, 1969 _'uu .. ,,__

Bishop CollinsTo '""

.'.; I, I '.' ,:; Dedicate /{

Rev. G.N. Collins, pastor :

The Rt. Rev. G.N. Collins, ;
Prelate of the 11th Episcopal
District of the A.M.E. Church
I will deliver the Dedicatorial

Sermon on Sunday October 26,
1969, at New Bethel A.M.E.
Church Glfford, Fla., time 3- rns
00 p.m.
Apr 3iu Jn QIhurrlt! tUlt)ltI The Pastor Rev.Richard.A. h 4A
Chappelle, officers and mem- Y
bers invite you to come out Y
and witness this historic occasion -
Woman's Day Sunday At Greater Choir No. 1 andUsher y 1
Board No. 1 of St. Paul A.M.E.
New Macedonia Church, Ft. Pierce, Florida
will also par tic Ipa te on the ?

program. v. ... -#
Open House will began at 1-
e'' 00 p.m. Come out and inspectthis
New Church.
Ai L a i- r .

Rev. M.M. Williams, pastor St. Matthews Baptist Church Baptises 20

You are welcome to worshipwith (On Sunday, Oct. 5, 25 can- Stanley T. Saunders, Sr. and Duncanson, Stanley SaundersJr.
us on our 3rd annual Wo- didates were baptized by the the church clerk, Deacon A. ., Syble Marie Brown, Den-
nice and Laura Vick-
men's Day Observance, Sun- Rev. Phillip Clarke Jr. Humes. Stirrup
day, Oct. 26. interim pastor at St. Matthew's This was the first baptismheld ers.Front
in the new church. Rev. row left to right:Don-
Sister Truella Foreman M. B. Cburch,8100'NW24th
Morning Speaker, Rev. Mrs. Ave. Clarke is a religion major at alley Ferguson, Judy Smith,
Anna M. Wright, Evening Standing on backrowarethe Florida Memorial College. Craig Rolle, Beatrice Stirrup,
,; Speaker.Mrs. pastor, Rev. Clarke, DeaconJ. Middle row left to right: Olga Nottage, Mike Penson,
.. Vivian Smith chair- G. Smith, trustee Elvin Audrey Ferguson, Dianna Beverly Fisher, Pamela Not-
. Miss Jeroline Jones Mrs Dorothy Tillman man, Mrs. Makillne Little co- Bodie, Deacon R.J.Ferguson, Thompson, David Ferguson tage, Sandra Sharpe, Shirley
chairman. Deacon David Brown, trustee Gregory Kelly, Eustrice Sharpe and Dorothy Kelly.
The women of Greater New
Macedonia M.B. Church will MT. OLIVETTERev. 1 111111i11111i1m111111 ii1ii1i11111111111111111i1111111111111111111111111111111 11111im1111i111i1111111111i1ili1111i111ir In RecitedJOAN
observe their Sixth Annual

Women's Day on.Sunday be- G.W. Warren, pastor 1111111; Zion Hope CelebratesPastor's 11; 111 ,, ',i
ginning at 9:30 a.m. with the Norma J. Lawrence, reporterWe '
;;@ 10th Anniversary t1
r is Sunday School and 11:00 a.m. wish o take this oppor- .. '.- r ",
Morning Worship with Mrs. tunity to thank all of the various This week, Oct.20-26,vari- gregation of Friendship will be
Sallie carline, New Provi- Churches that worshippedwith ous churches will be conven- the guest host; and Sunday
dence M.B. Church as the us and helped to make our ing at Zion Hope M.B.Churchin evening, Oct. 26, this occasion
speaker and on Sunday after- pastors instillation services behalf of pastor Paul Free- will climax with Rev. C. J.
noon at 4:00 p.m., the A fte r- most Inspiring successful.The man's anniversary. Burney and congregation of
noon Worship will have Mrs. third Sunday InNovem- New Providence as the guest
Albertha Butler as the ber the Church Anniversary host. The public is invited to
speaker. These are truly will be observed. Membersare come out and help make this
dynamic speakers and if you grouped according to their a success.
miss hearing them, you will birth'jnonth anyone no know-
-- fry miss the treatofyour ing the captain of his our her CHRISTIAN
. 'Sallie Carllne life. group, please see the church FELLOWSHIPRev.
secretary Mrs Selma T. P.S. Brown, pastor
(On night there ,
Wednesday Ward. Yn ryWr M.L. Nixon, reporter
GRACERev. will be a Battle of Songs be-
the fourth Sun-
Sunday being
tween Choir No. 1, St. Mat- Sister Rose Munlin, presi-
day the Youth will be in charge
W.F. Savoy, pastor thews Freewill Baptist Church dent of the Adultusher Board,, STORR
morning service. The youth
is all members to
and Choir No. 1 Greater New asking
You are cordially invited to Macedonia M.B. Church. directresses Mrs. Mary A. r please cooperate by contributing The women of Memorial
attend a "Modal Tea," this also Bruno and Mrs.Rosa L.Rush- to their anniversary which Temple Baptist Church, locat-
choirs will
Sunday, October 26, at the Other this appearon ing are asking that all mem- is to be on the third Sunday In ed at 16600 NW 44th Ct., pre-
Grace United Presbyterian program. bers of the Youth choir be pre- next month. sents Miss Joan E.Storr,con-
Church, from four to six p.m. sent on Sunday morning and "Brown Envelope Day" is tralto, in recital Sunday, Oct.
The program is sponsored by Let us note the Pastor'sAide in uniform. REV. PAUL FREEMANOn Sunday, Oct. 26 and members 26 at 4 p.m. accompanist,
the Octobeites," Mrs.Roe- Club will observe their Let us remember our sick from one through seven are .Mr. Leslie A. Thomas, a mu-
na Llvlngton, chairman. Second Anniversary the third and shut-in member and pray ( Thursday night, Oct. 23 reminded to contact their captains sic major studying at the Uni-
Sunday in November. Watch for Rev. 0. W. Foster and
This Sunday morning's ser- them. congre- before service versity of Miami, has accom-
vice will be conducted by the for more information the The Mt. Olivette family always gation of Ebenezer Baptist Adult choir rehearsal has been panied Miss Storr in several
youth and young adults, as we coming weeks. welcome visitors, do Church, Hallendale will be the changed by the pianist from local concerts. Miss Storr's
observe "Youth Sunday." We plan to visit us.Men's guest host; Friday night, Oct. meeting every Tuesday tc most recent triumph was a
are happy to have as our 24, Rev. J.E.Jenkinsandcon- Tuesdays before the first and concert in March at Vizcaya.
speaker Mr. Cliff Carpenter, fourth Sundays. Come to these Admission $2.00 for adults
a freshman at the Florida BI- Day At Greater New BethelThe KELLY'S CHAPEL two rehearsals to be preparedfor 75? for students.
ble College. service on Communion Tickets will be sold at the
Congratulations to Mr. and men of Greater New Hlnsey, co-chairmanandRev. Rev. W.H. Butler, pastor Day. The meetings are to be door or may be purchased
Mrs. Harold and Ursula Higgs Bethel Baptist Church, 1981 W, K. Smith is pastor. Marie Carr, reporterOn held at the same time and from any member of the
and their music students, and Lincoln Ave., Opa-locka will place. church.
to the Grace senior choir, for observe their Men's Day Sun- Thursday night at 8:00 Persons born in the monthsof
the very fine music programof day. Come and enjoy a won- TcENBuB1Census p.m., there will be a songfest May and June are gratefulto
last Sunday evening. Talent sponsored by Choir No.l. the many friends and well CHURCH OF CHRIST
and fellowship were combinedto COUNTDOWN Come out for an enjoyable wishers for helping to make
make a really enjoyable evening of song. their report a tremendous Elder Burnice King,pastor
evening. (On the 26th of this month, success.Come to prayer Iola Eliard, reporterThe
>We look forward to the festivities Day will be April, there will be a bus ride to Key meeting every Thursday nightat
of anniversary week, 1970. Until then, Census West. This is to raise funds the home of Deacon George members of Church of
November 2-9. Let us encourage Countdown will bring you information for Newman Methodist Church Washington. Sunday School and Christ written in Heaven are
all members and from and about the (our Church in Key West.) B.T.U. are continuing to have, proud to announce the successful -
friends to take part in the United States Bureau of the Women] Time is runningout. interesting and educational celebration of their
events of this season.We thank Census. If you are to reach your programs for you and your Pastor's first Anniversary.
Mrs. Gloria Davis and Mrs. Census records show the goal of $3,000, you must put children. The Superintendant We wish to thank all of our
Roena Llvjngton for their following totals of black God before you.JORDAN. and director is inviting you to members and many many
guidance in this annual en.. Americans who are self-em be present. thank to our friends.We .
ployed: 178,000 with farms, also want to acknowledge
deavor.FOUNDER'S 1,200 with clothing stores,400 GROVERev. the presence of a friend of our
with furniture stores,300 with ST. MARK pastor and wife from Pasadena
DAY TEA household appliance stores 2-, Douglas Cook, pastor Calif., Miss Janet White.
Members of Sigma Omicron 600 with gasoline and service Eddie Gilbery, reporter Rev. C.W. Wade, pastor
Chapter of Alpha Chi PI Omega stations, over 8,000 with Junior Ushers' Board invites Doris Spur ling, reporterThe
are busy preparing for, REV. W. K. SMITH trucking services, 4000 in each of you to a tea on Pastor's Aide Club will UNION GROVE
their Autumn Founder's Day derful time. Rev.Otis Sample, wholesale trade, 13,000 with Sat., Oct. 25 at 8 p.m. at the conveine, Sunday afternoon.
Tea, which will beheldatPri- pastor of Mt. Aaron Baptist food and dairy stores, 15,000with church Sis. Bernadette, Our Pastor would like to Rev R. Smith, pastor
mary 'c' 15'1 NW 66th St.. As Church will be the morning eating and drinking: places Mitchell is president. thank everyone for their apt
usual you will be entertained speaker. Rev. K. E. Rogers, and 1,700 with other retail The No. 2 Ushers' Board ness throughout the service The Baptist Fellowship Ush-
with musical and literary talent pastor of Mt. Olive Baptist stores of various kinds. will sell dinners all day at the on Sunday. ri' Board Union will be held
that will Unger with you as Church, South Miami will be There is some black owner- church on Saturday, Oct. 25. Every Tuesday night before at Union Grove Baptist Church
golden memoirs. You and your the evening speaker. Dinner ship of almost every conceiv- Please stop by and patro- the fourth Sunday will be Junior Sunday, Oct. 26, at 3:00 p.m.
friends are most cordially invited will be; served. able kind of enterprise from nize them Bro. Jimmy Pitts prayer meeting. Please let us The patter and members are
to an evening of Inspirational hotels and radio stations to is president. bring our children.Let us continue cordially Inviting friends to
enjoyment. Deacon John H. Aklns is banks, management consultant Remember the sick and to pray for our lick and come out. Deacon Mcbtle is
Elmyra Fannin. .basileus chairman Brother Charles firms and super markets. shut-ins. shut-ins. prifidefilnr. ,



THE MIAMI TIMES, Friday October ?4, 1969 25

.. Elder L.V. Wilson, pastor y
Sis. Jo Ann Swears, reporterAs Rev. W.M. Davis, pastor

Donella Turner, reporter H.
sponsors for our Youth
rally, which was held Oct. 12, Wednesday night, Oct. 22nd. t'

Sis. Althea Wilson and Sis Viola Rev. Stanley and congregation

Wilson, would like to thank will be the guest church in behave tt. '+ ; yyry.
i i1 F
of the Missionary Socie- 1
each and everyone, whom
came out and participated to ty. Thursday night, Oct.23 the

help make the program a success Young people Dept. will pre- i
sent a Comedy in One Act"The
Slabtown ..asJ4
Rev. Mary Frances Williams District Convention"

who is better known as, donations are $2.00. Friday

Missionary Mary Frances night Oct. 24th the J.W. Step- iq

William, preached her trail herson and congregation will

sermon Sunday, Oct. 19. Shei be the guest church,this is another

A well known and liked wruspn effort toward the Missionary

by everyone.As we know, Society anniversary, fr iS
she is really a true Saint of which will climax on Sunday

sIAH LAZIER God. She has done missionary afternoon at 3:00 p.m., Rev. .
REV. T. C. KELLEY. JR. work around in the Miamiarea. Cleo Albury and congregation
tions, and Willie Clowers, of the Mt. Sinai Baptist
to from
Going Hospitals
will celebrate ,
The men chairman of hospitality.As Church.
room to room, praying for the
12th anniversary program.The have done
through the
sick and helping financially To all our visiting friends,
officials are as follows: years, we are inviting all our you are always welcome.
giving some to cheer
Joseph Brown, general chairman friends to come and celebratewith
others and win Soul's for the
; Neely Williams, Isiah us Sunday, Oct. 26. The Lord.

Lazier and Lewis Moore, cochairmen morning service will feature Now Missionary Williams NEW PROVIDENCE

; Rastee Oce and Rev. T. C. Kelly, Jr. and the has
been called to the Minis
Lewis Champion,secretaries; popular men's chorus of St. Rev. C. J. Burney,pastor

Sanford Nesbitt, program Paul AME. The 3p.m.service to try. We want to encourage her Arsula Edwards,reporter Miachele Adderly Named 1
go on and preach the Lords
chairman; Frank Rivers, will feature Rev. J. J. Williams Sunday at 3 p.m. the pastoris
chairman of ads and patrons; and the congregation of word. asking the church to accom- "Little Miss Bethel"The I
The presidents of all auxiliaries -
Chester Glover chairman of Metropolitan A ME Church pany him to Zion Hope M. B.
climax of the Little
are asking each and for little Malchele. Mrs. Ive-
decorations; Charles Green, The evening service will fea- Church, Rev. Paul Freeman,
everyone to meet out on their Miss New Bethel contest dell Hepburn chairman.
chairman of finance; Joseph ture a musical program led regular night of practice and pastor. reached it's peak Sunday, Oct.

Daniels, chairman of music; by the men of Mt. Hermon. be on time. Consecration hour of prayer 12. 2nd runner up Sander Williams Sunday is our church an-

Neely Williams, chairman of Dinner will be served free to We invite you to come visit is held at the church each daughter of Rev.& Mrs. niversary, let us make this a

refreshments; George all our guest after the a.m. and bring a friend. We are located Sunday at 5 a.m. Everyone is Finest Williams $125.00,1st grand occasion, by planning to

Knowles, chairman of devo- service. at 1290 NW 69th St. invited to attend. runner up Zina Harris,daughter be on hand. Invite your friendsto

-- Each Tuesday at 7:30: Bible of Mr. & Mrs.James Har- come out and share with us

class and prayer meeting.St' ris $316.00 and Little Miss as we celebrate. The pastor is

NEW MT. MORIAH Women's Day At St. John AME .c: New Bethel for the year 1969- asking that all auxiliary be

70th is Mia c h e I e Adderly, properly dress.

Rev. A.L. Shipp, pastor Sunday is Women's Day at annual conference, the pastoris : Mary's Plans daughter of Mrs. Susan Hep Member please go and visit

Sis. Evelyn Souter, reporterAll St. John AME Church of which asking all members to at- burn $393.00. with Rev. Thomas Taylor he is

roads leads to 6700 NW Rev. W. A. Curry is pastor.At tend. For Women's Day home and Dec.Fred Williams.
for our the 11 a.m. service Mrs. Thanks to all our many
14th Ave. This Sunday
Women of St. Mary's Baptist Ernest Williams
Marie Carl, executive direc- friends that made that day a Rev. pastor
annual Men's At 9:30
Day. tor of the EOPI will be the Church are hard at work big success. Special thanks to Alice Harris, reporter
a.m. Sunday School, 11:00 making final plans for Wo. the White Ross Gospel Singer .
guest speaker.At M. M MBMM MMMM M MM *n.Mr.
a.m., Rev. George W.Warren, men's Day on Nov. 9th. Rev. and to the neighbors of 71 St.
pastor of Mt. blivette Baptist the evening service at .. AARON

Church will be the Speaker.Our 7 p.m. Mrs. Roselyn Scippio fl flY

7:00 p.m. service, Rev. will deliver the message. Rev. 0. L.Sample,pastor
CHRIST THE KING The wishes to thank
Paul Freeman, pastor of Zion Music will be rendered by /

Hope Baptist Church will be the combined choirs of the r Fa. S. J, Sweeting, priest all the members and friendsfor

our Speaker along with his church under the direction of The priest and congregationinvite their warm kindness show

male chorus rendering the Mrs. E. R. McGahee. all our friends to cele- him on his first anniversary.

song service and other won- brate with us our Patronal Our pastor will bring the

derful talents of the city. The Mrs. Louise Thomas servesas zip a Feast on Oct. 26, at 9:30 all morning message Sunday at
public is invited. chairman of this event with members are asked present greater New Bethel of Opa-

Mrs. Thelma Funchess as co- locka during third Men's Day
,, ....w. :!Irmf1.( and commune in a body.
i k r1, ,y.fS chairman. Plan now to spend The Orthodox Women Aux- services.

rxl t. the day with St. John. iliary would like to thank Wednesday night, Oct. 29,
f the Rev. Anderson and Com-
On Friday night we will have everyone for making our din
the last Love Feast before our MARIE CARL ner and pie sale a success. munity Baptist Church along
f with Rev. J. Lowder and the
4 We expect you to support our
Mission will render services
activities in the future. Our ,
ST. PAULRev. ST. MARY'SRev. "Foundation will culminate with us in behalf of one of a
--- - -- Rally"
series of financial drives.

T. C. Kelley, pastor H.V. Stuart, pastor Mrs. Gloria Robinson v All members Sunday, Nov.are 30.reminded -
Mary Amos, reporterOur Mrs. Adele McCray, reporter
25th annual Women's W.F. Tanner has named Mrs. that there will be a changeIn GREATER BETHLEHEMRev.

Day is at hand, we are askingthe There will be testimonial Betty Butler as general chair services starting Nov. 3,
full support of the church services Sunday at 11:00 a.m. man, and Mrs. Louise Grossas Divine Liturgy will be cele- C.H. Smith, pastor

body and our many friends to and the male chdrus will sing cochairman.Two brated at 11 a.m. The publicis Mary Hopkins, reporterThe

help make this day a success. all day. Plans are on the way invited. We are expected to men of Bethlehem invite -
prominent guest speakers visit and for the sick and
Our annual Conference will for our Church's 46th Anniversary pray you to come and witnesstwo
have been lined up to render shut in of the parish.
be held Nov. 11-17 at St.James All members are dynamic speakers on their
special messages to the Services are being held at
AME Church. Your supportwill asked to get your special en- annual Men's Day. The theme:
. Rev. fl. Warren, be appreciated to help i I velopes for your special do- congregation and visitors on Young's Funeral Chapel, 1732 "Christian Men Working together -.
-.. that day. Morning speaker will All Baba Ave. Opa-locka.
"" '"'"""'" ,
make this a great conference. nations. ..-............--- -.----.---.--....-...-- in Unity," the chairman
Choir No. 2 Invites each and Prayer meeting will beheldon urges all members and
everyone of you to come out Tuesday at the home of Sin r CHRISTIAN SCIENCE auxiliaries to make an effortto

and sit in with them Sunday, Carey. Dinners are still being F fiE pay your assessment.

during the morning worship.The sold every Saturday at the "Comfort ye, comfort ye Activities for the week.

officers and membersof church and cup cakes every my people, saith your God." Oct. 22, Rev. Owen Taylorand

the Cathedral Choir wishesto Sunday. Please support your This verse from the book of his congregation from St.

thank their many membersand Sunday School. Bro. Albert V Isaiah, is Included Sunday's Luke Primitive Baptist, West

friends who helped to make Carey is in Christian Hospital 4 6.', 3 ; lesson-sermon at Christian Hollywood, Fla. Oct. 23, Rev.D. .

their anniversary a success. and Sis. Edith Duncombe is in Science Churches. The sub- "ickman and his congregation -

,You still have time to give Jackson Memorial. All others tu i,l l ject of the sermon is "Pro- from Sunrise Baptis,,

your contribution toanymember remain the same. bation After Death! Church. Oct. 25, The ushers

of the T. C. Kelley Club. -- Listen Sunday to the Chris- request your presence to a

The contest will come to a tian 'Science radio series for "Green Leaf Tea" at 599NW
close Sunday after the morn- some Interesting Insights on 47th St. to the home of Sis. M.

ing,service. this subject,"What ft Means to L. Jess.
Rev. M.L. Paschal pastor
; ..: "
be Free. WMBM is the station
/Rev. p. Freeman.The Geneva Paschal, reporterThe
at 1:45
Spiritual Melodies will Church wID'celebrate Fifth Church Christ,

sponsor a musical programthis Rev W. E. Sims, pastor their Pastor's 1st. Anniversary Mrs. Helen Bain Scientist, 1600 NW 54th St., "Any whr In Hio *world
.. .
at 8:00 want t. ,
Friday night p.m. Elaine Gilbert, reporter the 5th Sunday in Novem invites you to the services.
Featuring Greater Bethel On Friday night at 8:00 ber. be Mrs. Gloria Robinson, a lllKm tafT

choir No. 2 of Opa-locka, Antioch 1 will a Musical teacher of French at the Coral
Choir No. sponsor 'Sunday, Oct. 26, the Pastor DRAKERev. NIJ MORE "7MMftrJ'
male chorus of Liberty Gables School. Mrs. Robinson
feast at the church.Come
and members will render service
City, Choir No. 2 of St. Luke, out and hear some of the out- in behalf of 2nd Melzie has t r a v e 11 e d exten- J. W. Dunn, pastorN.
oth e r s. sively in Belgium Holland T. Green, reporterThe
West Hollywood choirs of the city. ,
standing Coleman Chapter #5,0 E S
pastor and members
The public is invited. Let us not forget to come Ireland, England,Switzerland, TMftLMttt&UI
Annual Anniversary
their 9th
on with Sis. Ida
Our Monthly ConferenceOct. friend and sharein France, Canada, Africa and in
and bring a
at the Masonic Hall 7th
the French West ladies. family in their hour of sad "Y ollr N.I lghborheod Travel
class and
our regular Bible Ave and 56th St. from 3 to 5 The family leftlast Fri- Ag.nts"As
Mission wish to thank each one ness.
meeting each Thursday -
prayer p.m. The evening message will day for her brother'sYuneral.Sisters to at
that help to make their Tea a noar you your
night at 8 p.m. Sis Wonza Deliford and Sis. be given by Mrs. Helen Bain, Knowles and Smith, talophono. Glva u. a call.

success.A The pastor would like the Dorothy Miller chairmen. co-owner.of the Bain's Funeral chairmen of the finance forwomen's WE DELIVER. 7543517.
belated Symthany to Sis. church to accompany him to 6105 NW 7th Av.nuaChat.
Come out and be in Pray
Home of Coconut Grove. Mrs. day are remindingall
Shirley McNair and family in Second Baptist Church of C. North, ManagerMen's
every Wednesday night at 8:00 Bain is an ardent civic workerin members of their financial
loss of her father, Rev. J.E. Richmond Heights on Sundayat
p.m. everyone is welcome. the Grove area. obligation.
Brown. 3 p.m.




26 THE MIAMI TIMES, Friday, October 24, 1969

Women's Day At

954' St. LukeOn
e r 3 '
Sunday, Oct. 26, the wo-
men will observe their annual
Women's Day, under the lead-
ership of Mrs. Annie Bell Sullivan -
as chairman; Mesdames
Corine Major and Mary Johnson -
as co-chairmen a well
Your Weekly Horoscope
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wf 1 20-22-45-63-98

October 23 thru October 29

you full of energy and cool confidence. You'll really be
"with it." Zip right along, Aries Baby. You can't miss.
Goals are now within your reach. Achieve, achieve.

ij i TAURUS (April 20-May 20): Week begins quietly
fit, $ $'> : but by third day you will be aware of a strong surge of
energy. It should last at least four days. Good time to
.... review and adjust goals. This week could if properly used
.( ;'It' .tt( \ be one of most productive of the entire year.

GEMINI (May 21 June 20): You have an intellectual
Y "hot line",Gem. Use it to gain what .most desire. Tunein
w r 3 MARY JOHNSON Sweetie. Last two days of wee Iou'" be active and
perhaps a tiny bit revolutionary. Your energy cycle will
be high and they could be "days of wine and roses."

j' CANCER (June 21-July 22): You'll feel a bit moodyin
week ahead Moonbaby. But don't let those around you
) k r suffer because of it. Cry Inside, if you like. But smile if
it kills you. And it won't. On last day of week things beginto

i Rev. Blacknell is Bethel's Men's Day SpeakerAll brighten and you'll/ get your old zing back. Trust Olga.

,, LEO (July 23-August 22): No matter' where your
of Miami will head for The news of the selection of miss this Inspiring and force- ml 1 ancestors came from in week ahead you'll have the'luck of
Greater Bethel AME Churchon Rev. J.B. Blacknell as the ful speaker. the Irish.." And that's about as nice a horoscope as old
Sunday, October 26,1969 to morning speaker was received The Men's Day general Olga can give you, Leo. However word of caution: acceptit
attend Men's Day celebration, with great Jubiliation by his chairman, Rudolph McMillanand I 1 Y11 f IM but do not, repeat, DO NOT, push it.
there. Nothing has been left many admirers and former his co-chairmen,Wil-
undone that will contribute to church members. It will be remembered lie Green and Jerome Trappare VIRGO (August 23-September 22)): Week begins
the success of this grand occasion that Rev.Blacknell all young men and are ,, aw, rather dismally, Virg, but gains momentum by third day.
: Many of the c oun t y's served for many years as working hard to make this effort I,1, 8p id l Energy returns and worries tend to deminhh, at /least'
male clubs, fraternities, pastor of both Greater Bethel a very successfulone.The --.0.raw 0 0 _,,,___. ,?diJl___..__ temporarily. Why not take a crooked road for a change,
church clubs and secret so- and St. James AME Churches. ., are also depending on the and get off the straight and narrow? Not WAY off, mind
cieties have accepted invitations During this time he made public and the many Men's Day CORINE MAJOR you, but just a little bit.
and all are Invited. thousands of friends as a results captains to be on hand an<\
Special recognition will be of the great work thathe make full reports. An out-, LIBRA (September 23-October 22)): First four days
given all male and female did at each station. He is standing guest men's chorus may find you physically worn to a nub, Libra. But why not?
groups, and others in atten- graduate of Edward Waters will furnish the music both After all, you've hara couple of rather hectic weeks
dance at the Morning of Even- College and Flor Ida AiM University morning and night lately. But by fifth day, you will break loose and perhaps
ing Services. Special paper and the Alpha Phi Rev. Blacknell, the speakerand find that person with "soul"whom you've- been searching
identification ribbons will be Alpha fraternity among Rev. T.S. Johnson, the for
by the guest groups. others. You.cannot af19.nUOMT..CALVARY pastor are shown in the fore-)
I worn ground above; in the back- SCORPIO (October 23-November 21): Get all important
ground, left to right, are cochairman duties out of the way on first two days of week,
I MT. SINAI Willie Green, 5 zip Scorp, because by third day you will probably go into
general chairman Rudolph 1 ata a "blue funk. Low period will no doubt last at least four
Rev. Cleo Albury, pastorB. Rev. S. Atchison,pastor McMillan and co-chairman days. Use time to cool your heels.

Boney, reporter Phyllis Beal" reporter Jerome Trapp. Daniel R.
Baptism will be held Sunday Sunday we will observe our Francis, chairman of Publicity v SAGITTARIUS (November 22-December 21) Don't
morning. Preceding 11 a.m. pastor's 6th Anniversary. and Public Relations is w blow your cool during first part of week, Sag. You will
worship services Choir No. 3 Sunday morning services will shown in the small inset at have lots of provocation, but try to ignore it. Also consider

., will be in charge. feature Rev. D.A.Bradley and at right below.SALTER'S* ... ".-. .. the source. Last two days of week will find you drained
t Mt. Sinai will render ser- Rev. W.F. Tanner will de- of energy. Get to bed early. And to sleep. !
vices at First Baptist of liver the evening sermon. B.
( Brownsville, 4600 NW 23rd Thursday night Rev. P. W. CHAPELRev. planned day will be CAPRICORNDecember 22-January 19)): You and
I Ave., Sunday at 3 p.m. All Williams will be in charge. membered.The re- your hunches, you've got a real good thing. Cause your
; members are requested to at' This program is in behalf of H. M. Salmon,pastor intuition will be good like intuition should. Celebrate
tend. our pastor's anniversary.The Hattie Humes, reporterYou speaker for the 11 am before the week is over the good fortune of associate. By
The Thanksgiving committee public Is invited. are invited to attend, service is Mrs.Sterling Hunt- last day of week, events will slow down. In fact, practically
asks that anyone who knows the 17th Annual Women's Day er, a sincere and dedicated to a halt as far as you are concerned.
families who need some assistance l"' r '7 program on the fourth Sunday Christian woman. She will bespeaking
kindly turn in their Za s Oct. 26.The from the theme: AQUARIUS (January 20-Februarv 18) Don't expect
names and addresses. They morning speaker will "The Role of Christian Wo- "the same old thing" in week ahead, Aquarius Honey.
need not only be members of be Mrs. Mercedes Robinson, men in a Restless Society." Because that just isn't what's in the stars. In tact, before
our church, but anyone in the a member of Mt. Zion AME The women have planned a week is over you just may feel like you're on top of Mt.
Church Belle Glade, Fla.
community Kilimanjaro.
beautiful song service by the
The women have selectedfor
choirs of the church for the
their chairman, Mrs. PISCES (February 19-March 20): First two days will
evening service. For a day to
;a' COMMUNITY BAPTIST Hattie H.Humes,co-chairmen be remembered, come out and be great for getting your own way as tar as partner or
Mrs. Jesse P. Rankin and be with us throughout the day. mate are concerned. You, Pisces my Luv, will be in top

f.4 I Rev. B. L. Mack, pastor Leona Garad. We solicit your prayers and notch." shape energywise. "Gather ye rosebuds while ye
Come out and hear this dy- may
Robbie K.Dailey,reporterThe your presence for a successful -
Central Baptist Church namic speaker. We are sure day. Need old Olga say more?

7' will worship with us on Thursday you will be spiritually blessed. Rev. P. W.Williams,pastor
I; Oct. 23 at 7:30 p.m. A Literary program will r-------- tllllliOp
School will terminate the women's day
The Sunday
..sponsor a poster picture program on Sunday night. Dinner will NEW HOPE P. B. O gl
j t' ,I I theme: "Lifting Jesus" REV. S. ATCHISON be the served morning immediately service.We after I NEBlI FRO
I Sunday afternoon, at 3 p.m. The members of Mt
look forward to seeing Rev. H.C. Samuels pastor
will be I
Brothe Charlie Brown Calvary Baptist Church are
Pat ire ia Gowen
you. reporterWe
? I in charge. extending an invitation to the ,
\, Deacon Wilson entered Osteopathlc public to attend their pastor's 1
1 General Hospital Anniversary, Sunday, Oct. 26. EBENEZER were very glad to have
< l :' Wednesday, we are asking with us Pvt. Major Rollins of e

: t ;, the prayers of everyone. WOMEN'S DAY ATALLEN'S Rev. A. D. Hall, pastorE. the United States Army. He I ?
j \ Don't forget our selling at gave us a most inspiring mes-
Ingram, reporter
; the church every Friday and CHAPELThe Sunday, the observance of sage. Welcome home Pvt.Ma- I

': \: Saturday night. 16th annual Women's Youth Sunday throughout the jor Rollins. BUY 2 GIANT
\, Day is here. Will be held Sun day, with the youth in chargeof I NEBA HEROES 1
day at 420 NW 22nd Terrace, the services. We will wor- Prayer meeting is held
Rev. F. D. Wright Is the every Wednesday night at 8:00 AND GET ONE
pas ship in an after service at St.
BIBLE CHURCH OF GOD p.m.. Come out and get
S tor.Mrs. Paul AME Church, Rev. T. C. soul : FREElI
F. S. Gaddy is chair- Kelly, Jr., pastor. spiritually,revived.
Bishop E. E. Rahming, pastor' man and Mrs. Della Saffordis The women's society of
a Shirley Cooper, reporter co-chairman. Morning ser- Christian Service will have BEREA JUST PRESENT
F On Sunday we invite you to vice at 11 a.m. speaker Mrs. their annual Fall Tea, Sunday THIS COUPON AT NEBA HERO:
come out and be with us in urI Willie Mae Ceasor. Evening from 4-6 p.m. The public is Rev. Todd, pastor 1500 NW
I, ,i" services, at 7:30 p.m. we will service will begin at 4 p.m. invited. A splendid musical There will be a great musi- I 62nd St. B
observe youth night. 'speaker Evangelist Maggie program< has been planned. cal program this Saturday Liberty City II
I i. i Tuesday night Bible class Green. Mrs. Ruthie M. Scott Is the night featuring the Rev Theo-
at 8:00 and Thursday night Lauresteen Jones Is public- chairman of the program committee Us Taylor and the great solo I OPEN 7 DAYS A WEEK TILL THE WEE, SMALL HOURS. I
regular service. ity chairman. singer, the public Is invited. OFFER GOOD UNTIL SUNDAY, NOV. 2nd 1

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THE MIAMI TIMES, FrIday, October 24, 1969 27


Rev. A.M. Griffin, pastor Rev. S. L. Gay, pastor BUSINESS DIRECTORY o i
Rev. JW King Wilcox, pastorShtriey Sis. Elam, reporter Nellie Saunders,reporter
Hollyfield, reporterr Sunday night, Oct. 26 will
wiThe No. find,No. 2 choir be known as "Appreciation

Sunday, the ladies will observe will be having'a dinner sale all Night" Mr. Howard is asking LOUNGESEARL'S
their 8th Annual W- day Saturday at the home of all boards, clubs and members ZEBRA LOUNGE INTERNATIONAL
men's Day. Theme "Noble 1! Sister lola Turner, 866 NW to respond to this oc- 4400 NW 7th Avenue HEALTH STUDIO
77th St.The Earl) Edwards,
Women in the Church Today"Mrs. casion. Prop. Complete Exercise Agents WantedAgents
Alberta William will be Deacons and the Deaconess The October Club will have FUNERALDIRECTORS Equipment
sell The Miami
; will be celebrating dinners on sale all day Saturday to
the morning speaker and
Supervised by: Times wanted all
: their anniversary here Oct. 25 in the parish hall are over
Sunday Zeak
3:00: p.m. Rev. Hodges and MAN K ER-MILTON Poltier Florida and
members from Welcome Bap- afternoon at 3.00 p.m. and on the same night there 6701 NW 15th Avenue "Mr. Miami" be Georgia.and They
tist will worship with us. The Pastor Aid Board will will be a paty at the home of 691.9151 WEIDER adults.may Make spending or
; meet Thursday night at the Mrs. Willie Salter, 15770 NW
Evening worship, our Natural
speaker home WI NDOW SERVICE Organic Food money. Write or toll Mrs.
will be Mrs. G. Gaskin. Ware Deacon Leroy Brooks. 18th Avenue. SupplementsSold Davis,6530 NW 15th Ave.,
The LibertyCityBrownvUle There will be Inside
inviting all our friends to 1 a Pre- HENRY'S 6910421.
come out and fellowship withus. Pastor Aid Union will meet Thanksgiving Banquet featur- WINDOW SERVICE Telephone: 759.9423
Dinner will be served at here Saturday night at 8.00p.-: ing on program Rev.Allen C. Repair & Installing 746 NW 62nd Street
2:30: p.m. m. all Board of the Union are Williams, national recording Phone: 635.9869
more asked to please be present and artist, with other promment LAUNDRY &
Sis. Delilah on time to reorganize again. personalities and celebrities, CLEANING
Sis Lillian Wilcox, chairman co-- Aister Louise Knapp, press at Toby's Cafeteria, 674 NW WILLIAMS' Make Bis Profits As A
chairman.Rev. dent. 54 St. Miami on Saturday,Nov TAILORS & CLEANERS
Let us remember the sick 8, 1969 at 7:30 p.m. The donation I Day Service Alteration! NEWSPAPER ADVERTISING
4842 NW 27th
and shut-in, bereave is $5.00 the attire Avenue
J.W. King,pastorTEMPLE boys on 634-9251 .
the battle field and the prison semi-formal. Tickets will. be CONTRACTOR.SJ.H.COPELAND SALESMAN
bound in our prayers. on sale at the door. __

CONSTRUCTION Some advertising sales experience necessary.

2939 NW 48th Terrace Salary, commission drawing
-------- -- -- account.
Phone I 634-6233
The social committee for ,I Industrial-Commercial I Call Mr. Reeves
Women's Day will sponsor a t Now Under New Management t Residential 691.0421
dinner at the church this Sat-

urday, donation $1.25. Serv- I & I my
ing begins at high noon. I Ownership I dressmaker
The Templeites will sing I ] WE'VE MOVED!!!

during worship service.the Sunday At 6p.m.the morning :I PARK & SHOP VALET I I II 6026 NW 7th AVENUEFall Magic City i & Harlem I Cabs

shipping 100
women will present another I II beautiful drostl- Operating the Citgo Service Station
variety in behalf of I garments
program NEW
Women's Day. All the singing I I 6894 NW 7 Ave. I low tically as reduced.$5.00, sizes From 7 at to LOCATION 1501 NW 62 St.
groups of the church will par I
15; larger sl lw s,inch large
ticipate. The public is invited. t j NEW 696.6400
Women's Day observance is 836-1151 I 'Pants & Skirts' PHONF
just two weeks off and,the wo- t I Are Our Specialty DRIVERS WANTED
men are trying to make this
the best ever. Chairman A. t I Full time or Part-time

Clark and co-chairman M. t Dry, Cleaning 1 SewingMachine Apply at Cff ice
Hepburn, with the captains and
others are urging everyone to I I

fall in line. The men will be 1 At Its Very Best 1 RepairsALL
right there when the roll is


Mrs. Jane, E. Herout from I ALL WORK DONE ON .. -- I WAITINGfOR SOMEONEI!
visiting relatives in New Jer- I a I FREE SERVICE HITCHING: ANY RIDEI 11
sey, New York and Philadelphia PREMISES ESTI.\ATE
w ,
1 U
; pastor L. A. Thompson "" 534.3904 0 R 864-4309'
IN' bURllL'rRA.MODERN I'I We furnish late model I dual-control air-conditioned cars
Nassau, Bahamas,where I
he was guest of the Rev. C.H. I II I I Reliable Sew.Vac I I Our Office is Open Monday Thru Saturday

Thompson. I PLANT I 8 a.m. to 6 p.m.


ST. LUKE Dade County's only I :,G' O, D.OB.: 4190 NW 32 AVE. PHONE: 634-3190

Rev. L. J. Lee, pastor I I black Sanitone certified H. G. Hawkins and J. E. Bills
! The women will celebrate master dry cleaner. 1'01 I CAREER COURSES

their fifth annual Women's I I I II

Day, Sunday, Oct.26atlla.m. j I S IIM KEYPUNCH AUTO INSURANCE
the speaker will be Mrs.W.F.I I L I II
Tanner. Music will be furnished I I Sanltone I II e CASHIER-CHECKER Low SR-22 Filings
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3 p.m. Rev. David Williams I I Owner
and congregation from __ __ -' AIDE D. GOODMAN & SONS
Allen Chapel Key Largo will
render service. Music will CALL 693.3721

be furnished by Betheny M.B. THE WORLD BOOK ENCYCLOPEDIA'S ,MTX BUSINESS Same locati n for two generations'
Church Choir No. 1.
At 7 p.m. the speaker will COMPLETE EDUCATIONAL PLAN ., mO SCHOOL N.W;7th*;Ay*. 2688 NW 62nd ST. Phone: 691.0380

be Sister Ruby Manuel. The \ 'Mieml, Ffe: '
I chairmen are Mrs. Lela Mc-

| Allister and Dover Stokes, All parents "- COLOR AND BLACK & WHITE TV SERVICE
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NEW COVENANTNew School .6910421. 346 NW 2ND AVENUE OPEN 9 TO 9

Cocenant is sponsoringa WILL HELP DETERMINE HIS "Any where In the world ,I -
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mother Testimonial Edwena Robinson Dinner for at LIFETIME EARNINGSAny you TICKETS tafT I I HAVE YOU BEEN TURNED DOWN BY AN

;. (Toby's Cafeteria NW 7th Ave. special advantage your child receivesmuit NO MOBS TTQ INSURANCE COMPANY BECAUSE YOU
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26 THE MIAMI TIMES, Friday, October 24, 1969

_.,,,-\L ,. '1. ..&r At
Women's Day
I St. LukeOn ,

Sunday, Oct. 26, the women
will observe their annual
Women's Day, under the lead-
ership of Mrs. Annie BellSul-
IF \ livan as chairman; Mesdames
1 Corine Major and Mary Johnson -
as co-chairmen a well

r'.y Your Weekly Horoscope


\ t __ 23 thru October 29
: < 6Zfyk
: ARIES (March 2f.AprilI9): First four days will find
:. t you full of energy and cool confidence. You'll really be
-/,' "with it." Zip right along, Aries Baby. You can't miss.

.:.l Goals are now within your reach. Achieve, achieve.
ldi I' .. {lu'j
J --..:" .',...'f":fjI1if 'tf'; TAURUS (April 20-May 20): Week begins quietlybut
'* "j:'; by third day you will be aware of a strong surge of
t. ." "'< energy. It should last at least four days. Good time to
''t < review and adjust goals. This week could properly used
ssK. > 'y:' <' be one of most productive of the entire year.
...cLtt ,
'i; GEMINI (May 21-June 20): You have an intellectual"hot
-.. line" Gem. Use it to gain what you most desire. Tunein
MARY JOHNSON Sweetie. Last two days of week will be active and
perhaps a tiny bit revolutionary. Your energy cycle will
Rit\!" \ \fJ\ !" n'm be high and they could be "days of wine and roses."
.' CANCER (June 21-July 22)): You'll feel a bit moodyin
4 1 '1 week ahead Moonbaby. But don't let those around you
suffer because of it. Cry inside, if you like. But smile if
it kills you. And it won't. On last day of week things beginto

I Rev. Blacknell) is Bethel's Men's Day SpeakerAll brighten and you'll get your old/ ring back. Trust Olga.

LEO (July 23-August 22): No matter where your
of Miami will head for The news of the selection of miss this Inspiring and force ancestors came from in week ahead you'll have the'luck of
Greater Bethel AME Churchon Rev. J.B. Blacknellas the ful speaker. the Irish." And that's about as nice a horoscope as old
Sunday, October 26, 1969 to morning speaker was received The Men's Day general Olga can give you, Leo. However, word of caution: acceptit
attend Men's Day celebration with great Jublliatlon by his chairman, Rudolph McMillanand but do not, repeat, DO NOT, push it.
there. Nothing has been left'undone many admirers and former his co-chairmen, Willie -
that will contribute to church members. It will be remembered Green and Jerome Trappare VIRGO (August 23-September 22): Week begins
the success of this grand occasion that Rev.Blacknell all young men and are rather dismally, Virg, but gains momentum by third day.
: Many of the c o u n t y's served for many years as working hard to make this ef- Energy returns and worries tend to deminish, at least

male clubs, fraternities, pastor of both Greater Bethel fort a very successfulone.The ,... ,-.,.,."",. ." .",,,-,.'."..,.--.-"......"... temporarily. Why not take a crooked road for a change,
church clubs and secret so- and St. James AMEChurches. are also depending on the and get off the straight and narrow? Not WAY off, mind
cieties have accepted invitations During this time he made public and the many Men's Day CORINE MAJOR you, but just a little bit.
.. ,.._....._......
thousands to be hand *
and all are Invited, of friends as a results captains on ar4
Special recognition will be of the great work that he make full reports. An out-, LIBRA (September 23-Octobcr 22)): First four days
given all male and female did at each station. He is standing guest men's chorus may find you physically worn to a nub, Libra. But why not?
groups, and others in atten- graduate of Edward Waters will furnish the music both r' w After all/ you've had a couple of rather hectic weeks
dance at the Morning of Even- College and FlorIda AiM University morning and night. lately. But by fifth day, you will break loose and perhapsfind
ing Services. Special paper and the Alpha Phi Rev. Blacknell, the speakerand that person with "soul"whom you've- been searching
identification ribbons will be Alpha fraternity among Rev. T.S. Johnson, the for.
worn by the guest groups. others. You.cannot) < aficrdjoMT.CALVARY pastor are shown in the foreground -. iY s,,
above; in the back- F SCORPIO (October 23-November 21): Get all important
ground, left to right are cochairman duties out of the way on first two days of week,
MT. SINAI Willie Green, Scorp, because by third day you will probably go intoa
general chairman Rudolph "blue funk. Low period will/ no doubt last at least four
Rev. Cleo Albury, pastorB. Rev. S. Atchison,pastor McMillan and co-chairman] days. Use time to cool your heels.
Boney, reporter Phyllis Beal, reporter Jerome Trapp. Daniel R.
Baptism will be held Sunday Sunday we will observe our Francis, chairman of Publicity SAGITTARIUS (November 22-December 21) Don't
morning. Preceding 11 a.m. pastor's 6th Anniversary. and Public Relations is blow your cool during first port.of week, Sag. You will
worship services Choir No. 3 Sunday morning services will shown in the small inset at have lots of provocation, but try to ignore it. Also consider
will be in charge. feature Rev. D.A.Bradleyand at right below.SALTER'S. t '<'<'. "' : the source. Last two days of week will find you drainedof
Mt. Sinai will render ser- Rev. W.F. Tanner will de- energy. Get to bed early. And to sleep.
vices at First Baptist of liver the evening sermon. ANNIE B. SULLIVAN
Brownsville, 4600 NW 23rd Thursday night Rev. P. W. CHAPEL CAPRICORNDecember 22-January 19): You and
Ave., Sunday at 3 p.m. All Williams will be charge planned day will long be re- your hunches, you've got a real good thing. Cause your
members are requested to at' This program is in behalf of Rev. H. M. Salmon,pastor membered.The intuition will be good like intuition should. Celebrate
tend. our pastor's anniversary.The Hattie Humes, reporterYou speaker for the 11 a.m before the week is over the good fortune of associate. By
The Thanksgiving committee public is invited. are invited to attend, service is Mrs.Sterling Hunt- lost day of week, events will slow down. In fact, practically
asks that anyone who knows .., the 17th Annual Women's Day er, a sincere and dedicated to a halt as far as you are concerned
families on the fourth SundayOct. Christian She will be
who need some assistance -,.' program woman.
,. ''' '
kindly turn in their 26.The speaking from the theme: AQUARIUS (January 20-Februarv 18) Don't expect
names and addresses. They morning speaker will "The Role of Christian Women "the same old/ thing" in week ahead, Aquarius Honey.
need not only be members of vy .H.+;{ Y be Mrs. Mercedes Robinson, in a Restless Society." Because that Just isn't what's in the stars. In fact, before
our church, but anyone in the a member of Mt. Zion AME The women have planned a week is over you just may feel like you're on top of Mt.
community Church, Belle Glade, Fla. Kilimanjaro.
service the
song by
The women have selected
choirs of the church for the
for their chairman, Mrs. PISCES (February 19-March 20): First two days will
COMMUNITY BAPTISTRev. Battle H.Humes, co-chairmen be evening remembered service. For a outandbe day to be great for getting your own way as far as partner or
Mrs. Jesse P. Rankin and come mate are concerned. You, Pisces my LUY, will be in topnotch
us throughout the day.
B. L. Mack, pastor Leona Garad. We solicit your prayers and shape energywise. "Gather ye rosebuds while yem'ay
Come out and hear this .
dynamic -
Robbie K.Dailey reporterThe
your presence for a success-
Central Baptist Church ; speaker. We are sure ful day. Need old Olga say more?

will worship with us on thurs- you will be spiritually blessed.A Rev. P. W.Williams pastor
day Oct. 23 at 7:30 p.m. Literary program will i ippF
The Sunday School will terminate the women's day
sponsor a poster picture pro- GO Sunday night. Dinner will NEW HOPE P. B. r I AI
i gram, theme: "Lifting Jesus" REV. S. ATCHBON> be served immediately after FFR ,
morning service.We
Sunday afternoon, at 3 p.m. The members of Mt. .
f Brothe Charlie Brown will be Calvary Baptist Church are look forward to seeing Rev. H.C. Samuels, pastor
in charge. extending an invitation to the you. Patircia Gowen, reporterWe
Deacon Wilson entered Osteopathic public to attend their pastor's I

General Hospital Anniversary, Sunday, Oct. 26. EBENEZER were very glad to have
Wednesday we are asking with us pvt. Major Rollins of
the prayers of everyone.Don't WOMEN'S DAY ATALLEN'S Rev. A. D. Hall, pastorE. the United States Army. He
forget our selling at Ingram, reporter gave us a most Inspiring mes-
the church every Friday and CHAPELThe Sunday, the observance of sage. Welcome home Pvt. Ma- I
Saturday night. 16th annual Women's Youth Sunday the jor Rollins.
Day is here. Will be held Sun- day, with the youth in chargeof I GIANT NEBA HEROES 1
day at 420 NW 22nd Terrace Prayer meeting is held
the services. We will wor- AND
Rev. F. is the every Wednesday night at 8:00: GET ONE
D. Wright
pas- ship In an after service at St.
p.m.. Come out and get
tor.Mrs. Paul AME Church, Rev. T. C. your : FREEl
F. S. Gaddy is chair- Kelly, Jr., pastor. soul spiritually,revived.
Bishop E. E. Rahming, pastor' man and Mrs. Della Saffordis The women's society of
Shirley Cooper, reporter co-chairman. Morning ser-
Christian Service will have
On Sunday we invite you to vice at 11 a.m. speaker Mrs. their annual Fall Tea, Sunday BEREARev. I JUST PRESENT THIS COUPON AT NEBA HERO:

come out and be with us in our Willie Mae Ceasor. Evening from 4-6 p.m. The public is Todd, pastor 1500 N.W.
services, at 7:30 p.m. we will service will begin at 4 p.m. invited. A splendid musical There will be a great musi- I 62nd St.
observe youth night. speaker Evangelist Maggie program has, been planned. cal program this Saturday Liberty City
r Tuesday night Bible classat Green. Mrs. Ruthie M. Scott is the night featuring the Rev.Theo-
I 8:00 and Thursday night Lauresteen Jones is public- chairman of the program com tin Taylor and the great solo I OPEN 7 DAYS A WEEK TILL THE WEE. SMALL HOURS

regular service ity chairman. mittee. singer the public is invited. OFFER GOOD UNTIL SUNDAY, NOV.2nd I

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THE MIAMI TIMES, Friday, October 24, 1969

Women's DayObservance NEW SHILOH ST. JAMES AME

Rev. A.M. Griffin, pastor Rev. S. L. Gay, pastor BUSINESS DIRECTORY 11'I I

Rev. JW King Wilcox, pastor Sis. Elam, reporter Nellie Saunders,reporterS
Shirley Hollyfield, reporterr day night, Oct. 26 will
wiThe No. and> ".No. 2 choir be known as "AppreciationNight"

Sunday, the ladies will observe will be having a dinner sale all Mr. Howard is askingall LOUNGES

their 8th Annual Wo- (day Saturday at the home of boards, clubs and members EARL'S ZEBRA LOUNGE INTERNATIONAL __
men's Day. Theme "Noble Sister 1 lola Turner 866 NW to respond to this occasion 4400 NW 7th Avenue HEALTH STUDIO ?
77th St.The Earl Edwards,
Prop. Agents Wanted
Women In the Church Today" Complete Exercise
Mrs. Alberta William will be Deacons and the Deaconess The October Club will have FUNERALDIRECTORS Equipment
( will be dinners sale all Saturday Agents to sell The Miami
celebrating on day -
the morning speaker and
Supervised byt
Times wanted all
(their are over
anniversary here in hall
3:00 p.m. Rev. Hodges and Sunday Oct.e5 parish Zeak Poitier
afternoon MANKER-MILTON Florida and Georgia I They
at 3:00 and
there Miami"
p.m. samethe night
members from Welcome Bap- 6701 NW 15th Avenue be and
tist will worship with us. The Pastor Aid Board will will be a paty at the home of 691.9151 WEIDER may adults. boys Make girls or
meet Thursday night at the Mrs. Willie Salter, 15770 NW
Evening worship our Natural
speaker home Deacon 18th WI NDOW SERVICE Organic FoodSupplements money. Write or call Mrs.
Leroy Brooks. Avenue.
will be Mrs. G. Gaskin. Ware Davis, 6530 NW 15th Ave.,
Inviting all our friends to The Liberty City Brownvllle There will be a Pre- HENRY'S Sold Inside 6910421.
come out and fellowship with :Pastor Aid Union will meet Thanksgiving Banquet featur- WINDOW SERVICE Telephone: 759.9423
us. Dinner will be served at |here Saturday night at8:00p.- ing on program RevjUlen C. Repair & Installing 746 NW 62nd Street
2:30 ,m. all Board of the Union are Williams, national recording Phone: 635.9869
more: p.m. asked to please be present and artist, with other promment LAUNDRY&CLEANING
Sis (on time to reorganize again. personalities and celebrities,
man, Sis Lillian Jordan Wilcox, chair-co- Aister Louise Knapp, president at Toby's Cafeteria, 674 NW WILLIAMS' Make Bis Profits As A
chairman.Rev. < 54 St. Miami on Saturday,Nov. TAILORS & CLEANERS
Let us remember the sick 8, 1969 at 7:30 p.m. The do- 1 Day Service Alteration NEWSPAPER ADVERTISING
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Women's Day will sponsor at Now Under New Management Residential 691-0421
dinner at the church this Sat-

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The Templeites will sing WE'VE MOVED!!!

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Clark and co-chairman M. / Dry Cleaning / SewingMachine Apply at Office
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28 THE MIAMI TIMES, Friday, October 24, 1969

- - -- --- White Enters
Rattlers Face Tenn. State After Orange Bowl Golf

"MY Coleman White, Jr., 17-
Over Morris Brown year-old son of Mr. and Mrs.
45-15 Romp Coleman G.White 5101 N.W.

TIME"f.v 12th Avenue, Miami, has en-
Tallahassee-Florida A&M's vannah, Ga., scooted in from with a 10-yard scoring strike tered the sixth annual Orange
I. Rattlers spotted the Morris 10 yards out and the Rattlers and then hit Alfred Jenkins Bowl international Junior Golf
PlIlL} DIXON Brown Wolverines a seven took a comfortable 28-7 halftime with a pass for the two-point Tournament. to be held De-

point lead and then roared back lead. conversion. cember 26-29 at Biltmore Golf
with 45 consecutive points fora In the third quarter with Scruggs hit 10 of 17 passes Coures, Coral Gables

For those of you who had doubtsbefore,you may Join me in 45-15 victory as 13,731 backup quarterback Dewitt for 145 yards and two touch- The tournament, sponsoredby
congratulating Gil Hodges and the"amarlnMets" on a Job well screaming homecoming fans Anderson at the helm,the Rat- downs and Anderson the Orange Bowl Committee
team dominate series looked on. tlers another 17 pointsas two of eight for 25. Law- Junior Orange BowlCom-
done.don't think I've seen a a so completely posted
rence made good on nine of 28 mittee and the City of Coral
And I can remember the million dollar Cleveland team Alfred Warren and Alfred
The win upped the Rattler's for 67 yards. Gables, is open to boys up to
of five
who set a record of season victories that still stands; (Inci- Dixon scored on runs
season record to 3-0 and it was Edwards was the leading receiver and including 17 years of age
dently they got beat in the series); the Philadelphia "whiz and three yards and placekick-
the 198th lifetime victory for who hit six with three receptionsfor provided they have a handicapof
kids; and the numerous Dodger and Yankee teams and none er Horace Lovett,
had more complete togetherness as this year's Mets. Again Head Coach Jake Gaither who extra points attempts, booteda 72 yards. Ginn was the eight or less.
Fd like to add my congrats to the team that didn't stand a hopes to reach the 200-win 47-yard field goal. game's leading ground gainer Junior golfers will be battling -
chance. plateau this year. with 10 rushes for.44 yards. for the Gary Player Cham-
I don't know where. the idea from but Morris Brown got its final pionship Trophy lathe 75-hole
came ; finally George The Rattlers travel to Nash-
Junior quarterback Steve eight point with 10 seconds remaining -
got around to using a little speed. Too late for last week's Scruggs who hadn't thrown a in the game as Law- vile, Tenn., Saturday to meet medalplay competition. The
field of 150 will be cut
game; but we the fans got a preview of better days. Morris, touchdown pass in either of the rence hit Kenneth Fortenberry rugged Tennessee State. starting
Milton and Hines may not have another day like last Sunday; Rattlers' previous twogames, to 75 after the first two rounds.

but one thing for certain,any team the Dolphins play from now' got the GaIther 11 rolling in .

on, will have to respect the threat of Milton and Hines catch- the first quarter with two TD :., :<::;/) $ ,: '>!1'.; '
';'" Ing the bomb and Morris turning a corner and moving out tosses, one to split Melvin :1"fn' >::Jti.j?'. !,;)r '4\1v;
smartly. Here, before, the other teams defense could cheatas Jones and the other to half- t
much as they cared to; but now, with the new look, they back Glen Edwards.
can't blitz as often and they can't play the receivers head on
and alone If I were an optimist, would say, "happy days are The strike to Jones covered
here at last;" but knowing George by deeds(past and present) 10 yards and Edward took
and reputation, ill Just wait and see what the next eight games which appeared to be a short

will be like. gain on a quick pass into 35-
Most of last weeks games went according to the script; but yard scoring play, breakingsix
as usual a few went the other way. The Scoreboard to date: tackles as he streaked to

high school 38-10 (.792)); colleges 16-7 (.696). ), professionals the endzone.
44-21.677)). This weeks games I see: .
Morris Brown scored firston I Itl
HIGH SCHOOLS what appeared to be a bust

Coral Gables over Palmetto the Cavaliers have too much .ed play. Quarterback Ronald
depth. Lawerence, fading back to

Hialeah over Coral Park The Rams take another beating. pass, found nobody open and
Jackson over Norland The Generals have too much speed. tucked the ball under and
Southwest over Miami High The Stings still taking their skirted right end for 11 yards
lumps. and the game's initial score

Edison over Northwestern Real close. The Raiders hold on. with 11:21: still showing in the t

Miami. Springs over Carol City The Hawks stop "Here. &. first period.
Mite" .
Miami Beach over Charmlnade The Tides continue to rise. But Scruggs brought the Football I I is as interesting for members of the Central Branch, ,Boys'

South Dade over Central The Rockets fizzle again. Rattlers back to a 14-7 lead at Clubs of Miami, as the new season gets under way as it is for fans of the
the end of the After
North Miami over Curley The Pioneers are too powerful. that they were never period.headed.In. Dolphins, University of Miami, and local high school teams. Watching some

Columbus over Key West The Explorers make counch salad. the second period,corner back fast action between the squads in the 7Spound'class is Ray Granda, right

COLLEGES: Leroy Charlton interceptedhis background, unit director'at the Central Branch which is located 'at 3220 NW

I second pass of the game 7th Avenue. Archbishop i Coleman F. Carroll and Board Chairman Leonard
Bethune Cookman Alabama A&MThe Wildcats
hang on .and sixth in three games and
Usina of the Peoples Group of National Banks North Dade
this time. scampered 46 yards for another serving County,
Tennessee State over Florida A&MThe Rattlers get their Rattler score. Hubert spearheaded organization of the Central Branch a year ago, with assistance -

fangs pulled. Ginn, a shifty back from Sa- from F.: H. McDonald, Jr., president, and F. M. Kline, executive director -

Florida. State over Mississippi State Another Capplemanday. of the Boys' Clubs of Miami, Inc. The 'objective was to provide a Boys'clubs '

Florida over Vanderbilt Should be real easy. that would serve the central Miami area the same as the Northwest and

Miami over TCU- The 'Canes should't have to get-up for this FOOTBALL SCORESFAMU Southwest branches serves the youth of their areas. Granda reported that 180

one. boys on four teams are taking part in the football program at the. Central
Tampa over Eastern Michigan-The Spar tans. go bowl hunting. 45, Morris Brown 15 Branch this year.
PROFESSIONALS' / NFL Alabama A&M 28,S.C.State 17
Alcorn A&M 45, Lane -- --------------- ------ ---------,
Minnesota over Detroit
Delaware St. 27 St Paul's 20
Miami over Buffalo Philadelphia over New Orleans Eliz. City 46, Shaw 0 BE A
Cleveland over St LouiS
Kansas City over Cincinnati Fayetteville 8,Petersburg StO
Baltimore over San Fran isco'Houston
over Denver Grambling 41, Miss.Valley 14
Green Bay over Atlanta
New York over Boston J, C. Smith 23, Livingstone 13 WINNER6J"
Angeles over ChIcago
Oakland over San Diego Washington over Pittsburgh Morgan 48, Va. Union 6' .
Norfolk St. 39, Hampton 12
Dallas over New York M
N. C. A., & T 14, Mary St. 6
Chump of the week: George Wilson- quote, "I held them Southern 47, Jackson State 20 i
.out, until I felt they were ready." My questions ((1) where West Va. St. 20, Howard 9
were these guys during the exhibition season? (2)) Whats the Bishop 36, Prairie View 21 I JkGREYHOUND !;::
purpose of exhibition games? (3) How much can,you learn Lincoln 13, Central State 7
sitting on the bench? ((4)) Who twisted your arm this time?
(Past Performance Summary)
Sports of the week: Dick Lowe and Mercury Morris My -; I e e
congrats for having a good week in doing your own thing, how- : SUMMER EDITION1969IS
ever, different they might be.
Til be looking forward to see how good a sport you are at COMING NOVEMBER 5th! .

most of the games this week will you be? Notional Ratings Records o. Running Characteristics of

NUKAIRNUKAIR I more than 12,000 greyhounds.that have been racing at tracks throughout -
I the United States.

il Many of these dogs will be racing at Miami Beach, Hollywood and
The children of George W. period, students came away
Carver Elementary inCoconut not only Impressed by the Biscayne this winter. The Greyhound Racing Form has been used

Grove got a big thrill, prowess and daring of the by Professional Handicappers, Owners, Trainers and Racing Officials -
as well as valuable Instruction Coral Gables Fire Departmentbut for'more than 20 years. There's no other authoritative publication. -
during Fire Prevention Week with the knowledge that .
.(Oct. 6-10)) when the Coral Gables schooling and education are alla
Fire Department part of learning to become a Arranged (In Alphabetical Order In Pocket.Sited, Easy.to-Read BeokUt

range for an on-the.spot de fireman. Includes: POST & QUINIEIA STATISTICS For All Winter Tracks
monstration. Lieutenant Gos-
sett accompanied by firefighters "Any where In the world $ 000i'tiei.
Now $ coo
you wont to go"
L. Maden, H.W.Benson, 5
J.A. Atwood and J.A. Monroe nans COSTNOMO&SAT 1 1 KijKly medic ted te h l I'sc' This Coupon far [)imt Orders'

brought the hookandladdertruck ON SALE WHEREVER THE RACING RECORD IS SOLD
to the park adjoining the ruff, it hy *etflf rtf jl>
school last Friday. There, ------------------.r.---------.iw--
s much to thedellght and amaze- fejen ei
ment of over five hundred Car- 7lUYEL BUwSf1U ": ffV'f/ **?. Greyhound Racing Record, Box 52.217, Miami, Florida 33152

ver youngsters, they erectedthe I r Enclosed find S . for. Greyhound Racing Forms
"Your Neighborhood Trov.IAg.nts"
ladder to its full capacityof .
about ten stories in a mock

resue operation. While on- As telephone.near to'Give you us as a call.your Temple Add Name ',' .................................................. ...,..... Address .... ..:....... ..... .......... .. ... ... ... ... .
lookers gasped, Fire Fighter WE DELIVER. 7543517.

the Madden ladder climbed and then to descended.the top of Cho 6105. C.NW North 7th,Avenue Manager City................................................................. State :.". ." ..". Zip Cod. .."........ .................

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TWO CENTS OF CORNBREAD anyone All publi ; ..
A '
Moratorium Day, USA, was officials should be require ' somewhat of a success, thatis to take periodic psychlatr)

according to how you look test.Although $
at it. For the "peaceniks," it Frank Sinatra Ji :
was a success because they is as good an entertainer a t i id J: ::
have the backing of a million 'his father, daughter Nancy at
Americans. This group of her little talent is only surviving
demonstrators again the war by daddy's good name<
in Vietnam Included promi- Dave Bondu did a great Jc
nent leaders in the field,of in hosting the Urban League'

religion, education, and poli- stars over Miami benefit. .
Someone's car is stolen attii
tics. For members of the establishment -
Moratorium Day rate of one per minute in Mi
was a big flop when they con- ami. Let's save our cars t
sider that only one million locking the ignition and door
demonstrated out of a countryof whenever we leave them ut

two hundred million attended.The A
There's a saying that goes combination of anappl] s 1...,.. r.M-;'" a
"the lower ones Intelligence and a cup of coffee is a gret..
combo in controlling one's Pictured above with Dr R.W. Puryear,president of Florida
the more he will look at television ap- discussing
Memorial College is representative Robert Graham
I should know because
But then what
hap with Dr. Puryear a luncheon meeting on the campus of
Fve lost 70 pounds In the last
to the
pens have poor guy whodoesn't eight months. Florida Memorial College for seven businessmen of the Industrial I .. "-"--- ..__. .-.... -.- n..n__'n 'n _......
a TV., Park comprising Miami Lakes. Prior to the luncheonthe
Jackie Gleason has lost so Marvin Gaye's songs are men were taken on a tour of the campus and ate with the Mr. Cooper, our kennel at 13350 Cairo Lane
much weight that he doesn't starting to "all-alike" students in the dining hall. They were tremendously impressed We are considering pur- and worked our dogs a little
seem to be as funny. Have To make a photograph with the entire two hours of events and the progress that chasing a dog for protection.What and ended up with some very
you ever noticed how our local that is very pleasing to the has been made in the growth and development of Florida breed would you. recom- good photos,you'll see more of
politicians come out of the eye, your subject of Interest Memorial College. mend. these in the future. A few of

hiding at election time, onlyto should appear midway from Florida Memorial College, the newest private institutionof Believe it or not, any dog, our guests were Abe Johnson,
appear in as many news top to bottom and to the rightof higher learning in Dade County, opened its doors for a sec- pure or mixed can be an ex- and wife, Jack Thomas and
stories as possible. In a hintto center. Until next time, ond year Just a month ago, with an enrollment of 676 students cellent protector If he has the wife, Jacob Hearns, M. D.and
the wise, publicity doesn't fill "your bag" with joy. Increase. of approximately 112 students over last year. heart to complete training family, Bruce Payne, Edward

.... '-.u.U..UHH...u........................'.......................... .. .. ..... ..00..00... German Shepherds and Dober- Forcer, George McKinney (a
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of their size and versatility. others I failed to get their
I I ; United Fund Door-to-Door Drive i Sunday l Many of my readers will remember names. Congrats to most of
,the huge great daneI these, It won't be long before
Sunday,October 26, markesthe A new twist this year is that In addition to explainingto ready in operation, Is the used for demonstrations that graduation. Everyone wants to
beginning of the door-to- people who have been served Dade residents what the Jackson Hospital Drug Clinic was an excellent guard dog. know why Mr. and Mrs. Rice
door fund raising drive of the by Fund agencies in the past Fund has been doing, volun- for heroin addicts. United are keeping their shepherd
United Fund of Dade County. year will be out working directly teers will also be spreadingthe Fund provided the Emergency Mr. Cooper, pups under wraps. If you want
Officially tagged "United with the volunteer fund- word on the four new pro- outlay of funds last August to My mother bought a puppy more Info on these call me at
Fund Sunday," the day will see raisers. Children from the grams of U.F. The programs, open the Clinic. from a kennel here in town, 6886201If "
hundreds of UF volunteers Hearing and Speech Center, which account for the$300,000 The United Fund goal this and a week later the pup died, you see a German
calling at residences to ex- the Association for Retarded increase in the Fund's goal, year is$5,000,000.Volunteershave we tried to get our money Shepherd dog black and tan
plain the work of the Fundandthe Children, St. Alban's Day this year, include the decen- been conductlngcampalgns back but no such luck. loose and answers to Butch,

need for continued com- Nursery, and youngsters from tralization of services to I In business and indus- First of all let me say, that call our kennel at 6886201.
munity support for its 45 the Scouts, Boys' Clubs and where the people live, not justIn try throughout Dade County whenever, you get a pup from
member agencies. Ys, along with adults from downtown offices, and the I, since the formal Fund kickoff anyone, get It down in black to You the kennel are invited for a to demonstration come out-
agencies such as the Red establishment of emergency on September 19. and white stating that the pup
Cross and Senior Centers,are service centers, open 24 hours Sixty-four percent of the total must be taken to the vet with- this coming Sunday at 2
LUCKY LENNY'S participating In United Fund a day, seven days a week, to I five million goal is already in 48 hours and have a checkup. p.m., all questions will be answered -
WEEKLY REPORT Sunday to help volunteers show handle problems that can'tal- raised must 'come primarily If the vet does not give and I will explain a
wait tor routine office, from individual donors who new plan I have for dog owners -
contributors bow their moneyis ways the pup a clean bill of health
whose have been train
P..rtl Rice 01-20-371 us a d. Last year, alone, hours. Another new programwill I, have not yet been contacted the n you can return the pup dog
ed by us to Join the protection -
X09 Xoys 10-13-79 394-469 Dade Countains were provide supervised day The residentialdrlveofUnited and the statement to the seller
association of Miami.
served by the 45 agencies of nursery care and youth services Fund is under the chairmanship and get a refund. dog
the Fund. for the children of migrant of Mrs. Christopher G. Vince Call questions and info to
farm laborers In South, Tyson of Coral Gables. The Coopers Canine Service 688-
Well the 12th of Octoberwe
will end November
Dade. had a little get together at 6201.
I The fourth new service, al- 20.

,. Sal Mon Tues. Barsajncounter. FRANKLIN'S CARPET


1969 AUTOMATIC Electric rates


since 1557 FREE ESTIMATES IN YOUR HOME CALL 696-9133 OR 635-3641

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meter Is a gateway. Throughit I 1, I :/,. ,
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electric power brings Into '/., ;" I S1'. ..... / Ii
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$2Wgi almost as remarkableas ". ; .' -. I' 'I'f"
the variety of waysIn ff-i11: /? <
i which'flameless electric ; .0 '".
serves you Is how little It "J.. { "tJ : .
costs. The average price paid ei 1. ,
per kilowatt hour by J\'f t "
FPL-served families todayis ''1'-.j:
one-third less than it was .Y: 'I"'.. }' .,.. .
In 1957. Isn't that a pleasant .'y. I r f
in these days of ... :,,
surprise J ;
Buttonhole, SPECIAL"rn r '. '
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Satin Monogroiiwning Stitch Wlat Tanis $ Y' .

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30 THEMIAMI MES, Friday, October 24, 1969


t CLASSIFIED ADS KAYA Specializing In making clothes for the woman

I gifted spiritualist reader who wants something different
20 WORDS OR LESS $2.00. IOC FOR EACH ADDITIONAL I '..VORD and advisor. Guaranteed to Free Fashion Show Sunday, 3 to 6 p.m.

DEADLINE FOR CLASSIFIED ADS TUESDAY ,6 P. M. help. Advice on all problems Refreshments

-.. -- ." love, marriage, courtship, 5018 NW 7th Avenue Mack Samuel

FOR SALE FOR SALE FOR RENT business find loved transactions.ones and lost arti-Help SOUL QUALITY CLEANERS

cles. Guaranteed help She Special: Bring in your clothes themorningPick
Pool room in Liberty City, 4 bedroom, 2 bath corner 1 bedroom furnished, couple, succeeds where others have up same evening

6811 NW 15th Ave. Call 691- property. Bunche Park area,, near NW 52nd St. and Miami tailed. She gives you lucky 5018 NW 7th Avenue
6088. (Nov. 9)) Beautiful home. $17,900, Ave phone 235-8418 days and lucky numbers.Bles-

$2500 down. Reasonable payments sed oil and lucky charms for
FHA $450 down, $115 month Can be used as duplex,, Nice intelligent male or fe- the home. From 9 to 9 daily.
pays alll. 2 bedroom CBS, 2 other houses for sale. Call I male. Nice furnished big private She is a true instrument of O'CONNOR T. CLARK

large fenced yard. Drive by for information at 373-7973, room.Kitchen privileges. God. She helps and heals by Creative Engineer and Inventorhas
131 NW 53rd St. and call Tu- 681-4712
688-9178 11601 NW
prayer. made another minor discovery.I will pre-
bin Realtors, 7584429. CBS 2 bedroom 1 bath like new Room fa private home for 7th Avenue (Nov. 7) serve your income tax and other records

CAROL CITY. 3 bedrooms, 2 FHA $300 down$90 month.See sober,middle age working MADAME DIANE against termites and the wear and tear of
1827 NW 43rd St. Atlantic and lady. No others need apply.
baths, CBS modern kitchen, Pacific Realtors, 666-0411. Call after 3 o'clock 635-7626 The' lady from the land of time for 30 years on $1.50 plus tax, that includes -
carport, large fenced yard. miracles. She should help an 8x12, document.

$1,000 down with FHA terms. Investor's special Com- Nice 1 bedroom house.Preferto where others have failed. She Office hours: daily to 1 p.m., 3 to 6 p.m.
Tubin Realtors 10035 NW 7th
mercial building now rented as sell to right party cheap. helps you on all problems and Monday thru Saturday
Avenue, 758-4429. grocery store plus adjoining $200 down. $20 week NE 5- sickness. Gives, lucky days
8295 NW 4th AVE MIAMI FLA.
apartment lot. Apartmentsmay and numbers. Special reading
V- 2 Story Frame Home 4th Ave.
with this ad. Phone 688-9128
be added on top of 5566.HELP
NW 44th St. 3 bedrooms, 1 grocer
store.,Existing building is divided WANTED 14060 NW 7th Ave.
bath. Stove and refrigerator.
into 2 stores with HELP WANTED
ii $450 down, FHA No closing sep- Housekeeper. Live-in. 5 days. MALE
arate meters. Excellent buy
costs. $121 pays all. $14,000 Own room and TV, childcare
See 1399 NW 61st St. Phone
total. Greater Miami Realty, 666-0411 Atlantic and Pacific ,and household duties,cooking, RENT A NEW CAR Laundry Loaders & Pullers
444-6133. (Oct. 31.) permanent. 754-7881. from

-FHA Realtors. ,!. P.r,W..k 40 Hour Week $2.13/hour
"A BEAUTY" SELLERPAYS CLOSING COS' With perperty control experience p 30; Incl. Cat, Oil\ Excellent Employee Benefits

3 bedroom home, lovely area SELL FOR FHA VALUATION Needed by local oceanographic \Ins. & Pickup.Ma.t.r Apply:

(75th St.), garage, hardwood Modern 3 bedroom,2 bath CBS research firm. 40 EMPLOYMENT OFFICE
Bank rl
floors nice at NW 92nd St. near 19th hour week overtime at time Charge, Am >
large yard plus cord, Diners, Am. Expr."., JACKSON MEMORIAL HOSPITAL
extras. $100 down to vets, or Ave. Hugh rooms, bie built- and a half. Driver's license Cart Blanch. 1100 NW 10th AVENUE
same to 221 cerf. holders. in kitchen,large seperate gar- required. Must be U. S. citi CREDIT CARDS HONORED
Plus small closing costs. For age, awning windows, air con- zen. Excellent company benefits AIRWAYS RENT-A-CAR
all information (ask for Gene) titioner, gas heat. FHA price Call Mr. Campbell, 642- 3590 NW 36th St-635.6444

Fenster Realty, Broker, 759- $23,000, $1,600 down, $158,67 7517. 9-5 weekdays. An Equal Male Wanted
8779. month and seller pays all closing Opportunity Employer Male Help

costs, Life Realty Broker and Female
2 Buildings on 1 Lot SEWING MACHINE Hospital Corpsmen

and and other rental property'on COSTS. SELL FOR FHA VAL- Laundry Workers
same lot. 1 bedroom building UATION. Modern 4 bedroom, 2 of childcare in my home

in rear Nice location. bath CBS in Carol City at 4301 PL 8-9972. Porters
Price at $24,900. No FHA. NW 171st St. Large corner. Cleon & Oil

Good down payment. Call for Seperate garage, open front best of childcare in my home Adjust Tensions $1 Food Service Workers
all details, Fenster Realty, porch, central heat, built-in PL 8-9972. Check Wiring
r Broker, 759-8779. stove refrigerator, fenced Adjust Belt .
yard with sprinkler system. Kindergarten-Nursery. 5 days Delint Machine Excellent Salaries

CORNER LOT FHA price $21,500, $1,300 per week. Free pickup and delivery 'Inspect Lubricate; 'Motoi Opportunities for Advancement

Washington Park area 50 x 100 down, $149.78 monthand seller For information call APPLY: JACKSON MEMORIAL HOSPITAL

Near schools, shopping, etc. pays all closing costs. Eva M, Ware 7588072or
Mrs. Phone: 534.9904 EMPLOYMENT OFFICE 1100 NW 10 AVE.
Nice clean lot. $2500. Ready Life Realty, Broker 759-4371 Mrs Dorothy Brown 758-

for building. Fenster, Realty, 624-3666. 3446. (Sep 26)), Or 864.4309
Broker, 759-8779.

FOR RENT Childcare in my home, your RELIABLE SEW-VAC
FHA child will have the best of care
Opa-locka area. Large 3 bed- 1 bedroom apartment$25 week in my home. Mrs. Anderson

rooms, 1 bath home. In pro- Adults only. 635-3904. Mr. 759-8335. (todef.)

cess of refinishing will be Johnson. __n p

ready approx. Nov. 1.Will see
Furnished room in private
beautiful home when
com- home for working person.Call SENIORSAnd
pleted. Near schools, shop- w.
before 9 after 4
ping, etc. Call us for all information a.m p.m. ,
693-3885. '
Fenster Realty, ,_ ': 4_

LOTS 1 bedroom CBS$22; 1 bedroom you have been studying business adminis- : .
apartment $21 2 bedroom thePublic
For sale large lots 50 x 140. house $28; 2 ;bedroom CBS tration, economics, political science, law, to >

Good neighborhood.Duplex for duplex $32. public administration, international relations, I
sale. 538-1340. Need
money Deposit Required finance allied fields- I
call Baron. banking, accounting or
2020 NW 62nd St.(Open 10-12) YOU may be qualified for an individually :$ I
five bedroom house.1 studio
house. Utilities all CBS 2485 tailored, accelerated training program leadingto Young Lady j
Room private. home. Man or
NW 57th St. (Oct. 31)) woman.Close to bus line.Cookon positions of increasing responsibility in .

weekend. 1961 NW 166th St. Washington, D. C. and the developing countries is,

FHA DUPLEX Opa-locka of Africa, Asia and Latin America.
With extra building on largelot. Vnitedc.Air :

Good Income.NW 99th St. 2 bedroom CBS duplex good $9,000. : -
Price $17,000 with low down location immediate occupancy Lines ;;4; -,.

r. payment. Call J. Engel,KeyesCo. Deposit required. Reference starting salary.
., 891-1300.44th year.

2020 NW 62nd St.(Open 10-12)
3 bedrooms, 2 baths, Fla. ACCEPTED NOW FOR INTERN She Is THE representative of our Company who

room, double garage, wall to Room in private home Liberty,, WILL be most remembered by the ,traveler. ,
wall carpet, large fenced in City area. Prefer middle age CLASSES TO BEGIN IN JULY 1970U. Therefore,the responsibilities are great-but so fi

yard. Near Northside shopping man. No drinking. 758-8128. .. S. Citizenship is a requirement. are the rewards. Adventure thorough training, }
center. FHA price $29,000. plus a generous salary awaits the young lady
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I. $2,800 down plus closingcosts. who can qualify to Join our Stewardess team.
$100 per month. Large cor-
Monthly payments
store. 4316 NW If :
ner Parking. you are
taxes and insurance 'reOt( the A.I.D. Intern Program fill in this couponI
$232.00. For appointment, to 7th Ave, 633-2429. I and mail,it NOW to:, a high'.school graduate at least 191/j yearsof ,
I age 5'2" to 5' 9" with your weight In "
show and information call 2 bedroom house.Living room Robert WrinProfe.sional .
proportion to your height and single.
Mr. Murray, Assoc., Fenster Talent Search: ,
Dining room, Fla. room. $135 '
Agency: for International Development Why not investigate
Realty, Broker, 7598779. this position further
month. 1st and last month ,
;Washington, D. C. 20523 -
wilt"b' f
rent plus security.Adults only I Interviews held at the .
112 NW 53rd St. Huge CBS, 759-8677. (NAME First National Bank Building .)
4 bedroom, 2 bath, carport, I I 100 S. Biscayne: Boulevard (
fenced In rear yard plus I ADDRESS I
I Suite 1100
Private room and bath.$12.50 :\
screened in front porch.Stove I Miami, Florida I,,
per week. Working man. Set- ,
refrigerator, FHA $20,000.00 tled only. Call Saturdayor I CITY STATE_ZIP.. I SATURDAY OCTOBER 25th. Y
age "
with $1,400.00 downpayment. I 10:00 a.m. 2:00 p.m.
Sunday. 635-0908. No appointment
'i Hurry!! Hurry! Hurryl! Aetna !I PHONE (Area Code)'--(Number) I necessaryAN
II, Realty (Broker), 811 NW 54th United Air Lines.Jr./
Nice air conditioned room with I IU. Government (I. an Equal Opportunity Employer .
St. Phone: 757-5724. Open complete use of the bouse. k>___-___- ---------mm_____JJ
+p Sat. W_noon. 7529 NW 22nd Ave. OPPORTUNITY EMPLOYER fj f

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2501 NW 79th T.rr
Duplex $11,500 Year General
a 'w ,
2167 NW 611t Street
Grocery Meat
$350 down
Beer & Wine
6325 NW 22nd Court Low rental 1401 N. W. r
4 bedrooms
2901 HW 1S7th Terrace Long term lease 51st Terrace

Large home ALL 624-0583 Phone
OR 314 9 1 31
1151 HW 119 St 688-6671 696-3698 'Tht Boss"



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Youngster or senior citizen degree of artistry is brought LEE
collecting stamps gives forth in the contents. Up-to-
pleasure, pride of ownership, date supplements can be ob- 1340 NW
a knowledge of customs, religions tained. .
politics, Industry, This album was made to sell 3rd AVENUE REAL ,5. _

etc., of the countries of the for $10, however, Mr. Gross- PHONE: 319-&121 William Johnson. ,
world. man's object in placing this Owner'Mgr.Offers f L .
Mr. Sam Grossman, pub- album on the market for the Cleaning and Laundry Service ESTATE :..
lisher, Grossman Stamp Co., low price of $4.95 Is to turn of fine quality, at reasonable neighborhood prices.
895 Broadway, NewYorkCity, the collector into a student of Free pickup and Delivery If Desired
10003 feels that Philately and not Just an accumulator -
N. Y. every
collector should possess a of stamps. 9435 NW 17th Ave

fine album to house his col-

lection.With this in mind he has FOR SALE BY OWNER Phone: 693.3651FHA

made available the regent .
world stamp album at a cost OR CASH ABOVE
well within the reach of all. .73ROOM Matera's Super Market 3 bedrooms, 2 baths, central heat, modem de

The regent world stamp album sign. Partly I furnished. Sprinkler system.

spaces contains for 50,000 1,000 stamps pages and, 33 years same location. In center of coming new Model 18721 NW 42nd Ave. $19,900.t $1,600 down _
City. Great' potential, room for expansion, tremendous
35,000 clearly printed illus- OUTFITS BRAND
profit 1n specialty of meat curing'end smoking, all'
trations, maps, stamp Identifiers secret formulas, sausage making equipment, smokehouses 3 bedrooms, 2 baths, Fla room and den. Place
philatelic Information
educational data, etc. The album -, building and land. Will teach. Once in a lifetime your order today. Some almost completed. Be
chance. the first call.
Is bound inrich durable to

vinyl with a slide lock loose- Your Credit Is Good Office Opens Saturday and Sunday
leaf mechanism the highest WE CARRY OUR WHY NOT YOU ??

Psalms 47.97
Have you tried my oil? Are OR IOQKCASI HIAP.
lucky. Can you hold anything WARD mows.MOUDOM it
most? All the p.opl. who C* CCHOIJ.1-STEP TAMES.

reached me,last w..k were ORATOR COCKTAIL LAMP TAIlI'.AND>,.,J-OfCf,,, 6814 NW 6 AVENUE ((2)) CBS houses. 1 lot. AETNA REALTY INC.
they helped received the tame my day package.You that. T..STIHOCHAI SIZE DINETTE WITH..4 CON Selling for only $13,000. Total cash needed ,

can be helped, too.' I $850. Monthly payments $94. plus taxes and ins. :
4b *
do case work. Send $3.00 :lY rtmOi 21, Homes.yerms.Locati9Q]
for your oil and message 738 NW 48 STREET 3 bedroom CBS beauty.

now.Bishop Billy Wynder URGE OOUIlf DRESSER, Florida room, big dining room, only $127 with 720 NW 31st St. .Total $16,000.00
1236 CHEST. MIRROR' AND PANEl total cash needed 80000. Monthly payments .
P.O. Box
Ft. Lauderdale, Fla. 33311 SET COMES COMPLETE $105.00 plus taxes and insurance. Pays in full 1237 NW 33rd St. . Duplex
sox SPRING. 2 mows 5700 4th Ave..3
NW Bedrooms


HOUSEMEN !'4 S- [ 6733-35 NW 2nd Ct. Duplex
pay..mealHoursl CHAIR. END TABIES PKWflilB1l! If No Answer; 2980 NW 88th St . .5%% Mortgage
8 a.m. .. 4 COCKTAIl TABLE AND DINETTE 2 FINE 693-4772 VIP' 759-6500
p.m. IAMPS ..
TABLE WITH 4 SWIVEL BUCKET 2320 NW 141stSt..No Qualifying
Apply In person--Personnel CHAIRS IN THE LATEST FHfrCOZY, 2 bdrm, 1 bath, LR, Irge kitch, crprt,
Office, 10 a.m. to 4 p.m. DESIGN DRESSER SVMARMUR.'TRIPIE WITH 2 TWIN $12,000, $1,000 dn, $96 mo. pays all., 18525 NW 39th Ct. FHA on Canal
4441 Collins Av., Miami Bch.
OUEiN HEADBOARD SIZE INCLUDED'" FOAM IS A Ige screened porch, Irge comer lot, $16,500$1,000 19512 NW 37th Ct. 3 Bedrooms, 2 Baths

Is Your Luck Crossed Up? MATTRESS lOX SPRING AND 2 PILLOWS MATCHING AND dwn, $115.67 mo. 20601 NW 24th Ct. 5%% Mortgage
Can't Hold Money?Are You 2 BEDROOM IAMPS. FHA-CBS. 3 bdrm, 1 bath, LR, kitch, Irge porch, tile
Sick? Can't Get Work? coMPun.C(3QGOCROUP. rf, $17,000, $850 dn, $120 mo. WE HAVE OTHERS .. .
... ,
Can't Hold a Job? Can'tHold .
Friends I ? Family FHA-CBS. Roomy 3 bdrms, 1 bath, LR, kitch, din rm, ,
Problems? Can't Overcome util rm, crprt, tip-top, $17,500, $800 dwn, $139 mo.

Enemies? FURNITUREWORLD pays all. BRAND NEW 3 bedroom, 2 bath, Fla room,

Come see this gifted woman FHA-CBS-WATERFRONT. 3 bdrms 1 bath, LR, Fla I minimum down $2,200.00. Now under con
of *God. Prayer with all changes your problem f rm, kitch, DR, 2 util rms, crprt, porch, tile rf, $21,200, struction. Call today for details.
things. God can do anything' $2,600 dn, $137.91 mo. '

cessary.but fa!I.No appointment no' STORESIPSO' FHA-CBS. Lovely, spacious 3 bdrm, 2 bath, Fla rm, ,

Blessing& Healing Services LR, Irg kitch, din area, util rm, Irge crprt, open f frnt AETNA REALTY ING.
Every Sunday 4-6 p.m. ciri prch, tile rf, terr firs, $26,300, $2,300 dn, $208 mo. ,

Fridays 7 p.m. -? p.m. ; MiAM/i. pays all.BEAUTIFUL. 811 N.W. 54th Street., ,

MOTHER L. SMITH 77/-M,./?>* > aHQ EL PORTAL 3 bdrm, ',1 bath, LR,kitch, .
Phone: 6 :l-2976 MIAMI' Din ar.o" util rm, porch, tile rf, CBS, lovely land. Phone 757-5724

f 2311 Miami NW ,82nd Fla.Street- I' : .1 s W lv 'V* scaped corner, $22,500, $5,000 dwn, $146.39 me.eolf"ffi'e0 Open Till Noon SaturdayI ...

(Open for engagements) V H R F H C 0 S A AI



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