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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 31, 1969
Frequency: weekly
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Dates or Sequential Designation: Began in 1923.
General Note: "Florida's favorite Colored weekly."
General Note: "Tempora mutantur et nos mutamur in illis."
General Note: Editor: H.F. Sigismund Reeves, <Jan. 6, 1967-Dec. 27, 1968>.
General Note: Description based on: Vol. 25, no. 8 (Oct. 23, 1948).
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Ghetto Residents As ( Rent uontrol 2601



More than 100 residents of in the floors, unpainted apartments -
Consecutive the ghetto converged on;,C 1 t y I and water settling lithe
Years Serving Hall Tuesday during the meet: streets after rains. The]y
r 47 The Greater log of the Miami City Com- talked about the many evic
mission to urge the city to enact tions in the area that have lefl
Miami Community rent control legislation. families standing on the
Most of the people came streets.
from the Central District Horton told the commlssior M1 1t
LOOKING FOR A HOUSE? where they complained of rats that it was not people who made
OUR REAL ESTATE and roaches overrunning their ghettos, but landlords. H or tot
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apartments and homes. They said their appearance was nol
SECTION ON PAGE 31. claim it's not so bad fightingoff so much in defiance ofthe t
the rats and roaches,but landlords, but to present the I LESLIE McDANIELS
TEMPORA MUTANTUR ET NOS MUTAMUR IN ILLLSVol. when the slumlords are raising facts and to find out what car II I

47, No. 10 MIAMI, FLORIDA, FRIDAY, OCTOBER 31, 1969 15, this the is too rents much.at the same time, be After done.the 11/2-hour hearing 13-Year-Old

Richard Johnson,head of the the commission told the
Community Tenant's League, group that City Attorney AlaI!: Girl Is HeroIn
-- and Edward Horton, presidentof Rothstein will report at the I
the Citizens for Community next meeting on whether renl Fire
Improvement, were spokesmen control can be established Ir:;
for the group. Both made the city. The commissionersalso i A 13-year-old girl rescued
eloquent pleas to commission said they would fight foia her baby brother early Sunday,
members emphasising the urgency statewide rent control law, then telephone firemen when
of the situation. Horton said he would ,
carry
she found she could not beat
Y Besides the rats and roach his request for rent control to lout flames that drove seven
es they complained about holes Metro commission.
,. ".. ,\ children from a dwelling at
1354 NW 51st St.
4nIP
t ry .., No one was Injured and damage
was confined to one bed
2 Two Die In room of the house.
The girl, Leslie McDaniels,
and her brothers and sisters,
aged three to 15 years were
asleep when the fire broke out
Holdup TryA while their mother, Mrs. Ka-
therine McDaniels, was out ;
working as a waitress at an +'
)i" all-night restaurant.
16-year-old boy and his The three arrested moments
22-year-old partner in crime after the late night
were killed Saturday night in shooting were Identified as VOTE
an abortive attempt to rob a Roy ,Lee Biglow, 21, his bro
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grocery store Hialeah. ther Daniel, 20, and Ricky "YES"ON
Three other youth have been Holmes, 16, of 52 NW 47 Ter.

arrested and charged with The Biglow brothers were
armed robbery and attempted Jailed in Hialeah, Holmes was
murder in connection with the INTERAMAothers
1 sent to Youth Hall.Plainclothes .
t same shooting.
detectives Ra-
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Detectives, said police had leigh Jordan and Dennis Wallace fled when the I detectives tffl
arj'
evidence that all five were 1n"on just happened to be cruising drove up. ,
/ the jobbery attempt, Identified lathe area about 11 o'clock Smith and Evans, who were
4 r the two dead as Donald when they noticed a group of inside the store, were killed
\ Bernard Evans, 16,of 1222 NW men in fron of Carlisle's Grocery by Jordan's shotgun blasts, I
58th St. and Arthur Lee Smith, at 496 E. 25th St. Two and Holmes was wounded as he
22, of 1560 NW First Ct. men were in the, stort_and_ the fled from the scene. '




Judge Harold Braynon Is Sworn In

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EVerybody all smiles at the Miami City Commission meeting on

Tuesday when Harold L. Braynon was sowrn in as a Municipal Judge. Beam

ing approval are City Commissioner Athalie Range who made the appointment,

Mrs. Maydell Braynon, the judge's mother, and his wife, Hazel: Braynon fills

the unexpired term of Judge Henry Arrington. At top, City Clerk ,Frank Cor-

rell swears in the new (jurist. Johnsonof, Miami photo.


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Two Women, Charged fIfrA



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With AbortionTwo ;ir
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women have been arrested was fired more than a year conspiracy to commit abortion ,
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and charged with con ago. and was released from FJIL r
spiracy to commit,abortion. She, too, was charged with"Ma'rch county jail on $2,500 bond. .5 ,i 1 1K r

Miami police raided the (4 't- k 5I
home of Mrs. Ruth Ann Zan
ders, 33, of 171 NW 51st St.,
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and arrested her Death"At
on Monday Against
when they found a make-shift They Study Violence In Our Society

operating table, syringe, forceps
and cotton. Manor Park Sunday "Violence in Our Society and its Effect on Children and Youth" is

Police said a policewoman being examined October 26th 30th, at the National Institute sponsored by

was used to make the contact, the Rational Conference of Christians and Jews at the Shore Club, 19th St.
and that she was told she could If black i s beautiful, why insane war. There will also
bring a friend. She did.He wasa then do we remain silent when be entertainment and an evening and Collins Avenue, Miami,Beach.
Miami policeman. Both officers so many of our brothers are candlelight vigil. Please Attending the sessions are representatives from all overthe nation from

were present when the being needlessly wasted in bring your own candle. youth serving groups, civil rights organizations, schools, religious groups,
$50 fee was paid to Mrs.Zan Vietnam? The program is sponsored and law enforcement agencies. '
ders. H you care, please join us by the Florida Mobilization
and adults from diversified
On Tuesday, Geraldine at 5 p.m., Sunday, Nov. 2, at Committee to end the War in Youths highly backgrounds will discuss the
BrUt, 39, of 5000 N.W. 10th the corner of 62nd Street and Vietnam, 174 East Flagler St. effects upon youth of violence in America, the politics protest, student'
Ave., was arrested at Family NW 12th Avenue for march Co-sponsor 's of the programare unrest and related problems., ,
Clink, 905 NW Second Ave., against death" for the first : Mrs. Gladys Taylor,Tom The recommendations of the Institute will be sent to the White House for,
worked time in the South'with the Washington Bernie Dyer Dr,
where she as arecep- exception ,
Edwin the planning committee on the White House Conference 1970.The Institute
tionist. of Augusta, Georgia. T. Shirley, Dr. Joseph
Police said Miss Britt wasa This is the first attempted Potier, Willard Butler, Al Director is Dr. James Eagan' ,, national vice-president and director of Youth
contact woman for Mrs. morotorium in a black com Featherston,,Glen Fubler, O. for NCCJ. :.
Zanders. Mrs. Zanders told, 'munity in Florida,and the second Chapman, Jimmy Chatmon, Pictured above ,are Mrs. Maude Reid, president Greater Miami Urban
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police she was employed by' la the South. and ReV, AUbnza C.. Mozell; '
Live Oaks Nursing home, buta please Join us in a march to Elmarie Clark, is co-ordina- League;'Judge Clyde C. Atkins. John' Womble,, president Future Teachers' of '
,
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spokesman there I said she, Manor Park, in protest of this tor. America, and Ken Davis. ,: "'



MIAMI TIMES Friday, October 31, 1969 ,
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I Smith Named i l.Assistant Ti f iOf1 ove tY Program III I

In both the educational administration. m 1951: be'
Appointment of Robert C. Operations of the Economic His position, a vital post in regard to field operations, worker Industrial fields as a vocational was graduated from Washing.ton .
a veteran specialist in Opportunity Program, Inc., Dade's War on Poverty, will Mrs. Carl said in making the and c o u n s e 1 o r and per- Square College of New
,1111II fields of personnel and vo- has been announced by Mrs. be to maintain liaison with the announcement.Mr. director. In his latest York University with a B.A
I guidance, as As- Marie S. Carl, Executive Director directors in the County's nine Smith has had long experience sonnel position, he servedas degree in psychology and so-
previous
Director for Field acute poverty target areas in asaprofessional a guidance counselor in the ciology. Two years later he

York City's anti-poverty recleved his Masters Degree
New
. Ghana Prime Minister Impresses D.C. PressAs program of educational train- in Personnel Vocational Guidance and
ing for disadvantaged youthand Administration
the first African leaderto Dr. Busia before more than sovereignty of the'people and that regime." adults. from the same institution's
gain power from a military 300 members of the Press the rule of law as the founda- Dr. Busia stated, "let me Prior to that work,be serv- School of Education. Later,he
government through democratic Club were described by manyas tion of our society." emphasize that the rejectionof ed in the same capacity of vocational took extensive courses aiming
elections, Dr. K. A.Busla, "magnificent." Nkrumah was not merelythe training for the disadvantaged toward a P.H.D. in industrialand
newly elected Prime MInis- Dr. Busia said the goal of Personnel psychology.In .
work of a few soldiers and and also had extensive -
ter of Ghana, said he is determined In his National 'Press Club Ghana was "to enable every policemen. It received the unmistakable experience in educa- the industrial field, Mr.
to make democracy man and woman in our countryto Smith served as Personnel Director
speech, Dr. Busia said, Because and massive en- tional and vocational training
work in Ghana.Dr. of our recent experi- live a life of dignity in free- dorsement of the people of for the handicapped. for several well-known
Busia spent three busy ence of dictatorship and dom. Ghana who were the best qualified firms, including Consolidated
work
of his
days in Washington this weekin tyranny, the obvious bias of "To achieve this goal," he to judgeinthsmatter.AU Although most centeredin Diesel Electric Co.,Stamford,
unofficial visits with Con- our constitution is towards said, "we must grapple with who are outside Ghana should experience has been Conn., and Allied Processes,
of the
gress, and officials of the protecting the individ- grave economic difficulties respect that verdict." the Northeast area Inc., Newark, N.J. In the edc-
World Bank. ual, and the taming of power. bequeathed us by Nkrumah As to Ghana's international country, Mr. Smith has Miami main- cational field, he was a placement -
His one public The tained a home In the officer for
appearance doctrine of the NewYork
separa- regime. Ghana is paying dear- policy, Dr. Busla said it will
was a speech before the prestigious tion of powers, so familiar to area for severalyearsandhaskept University.Mr. .
ly, and will have to do so for be based upon "a vision of the
anti-
National Press Club. you, is accepted and embod- many years to come, for the brotherhood of all nations and in close touch with Smith belongs to such
The speech and performanceof ied in our constitution.We are corruption, the Inefficiency, peoples upon the faith that all poverty efforts here. "Overthe professional organizations as
;
and inclinations
the very scholarly witty determined establish years, my work the American
the
and the inordinate ambition of nations and p e 0 pie s,Insplte have brought abouta Personnel and
Guidance Association,the New
differences deep involvement in the interwoven York Vocational GuidanceAs-
economic and
species of man, share a com- sociation, the Metropolitan
racial Issues, he said.
Association of Personnel
mon humanity, and can dwell Di-
together in brotherly amity." Mr. Smith's higher educa- rectors, the American Man-
tion began at the New York C sty agement Association and the
He declared; "we shall College School of Business American Sociological So-

O" L r I not any be tied country to the, apron whether stringsof Eastor where he studied in_personnel__.0000........ciety.fcl&XiI&XSs .o.........
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ATLANTA, Ga. Students in the five colleges of Atlanta University
Center here virtually surrounded executives of Ford Motor Company and

peppered them with, questions about the corporation and its business and

hiring practices during a Ford College Roundtable program concluded on the
campus today. "Getting Know You" was the Jheme of the three day seriesof

meetingsof the executives, students and,educators.The Atlanta sessions
followed by two weeks a ,visit of a dozen students and faculty members to

Michigan headquartersof Ford Motor Company. .Js.L; ">. .

Zeta Amicae Hold Initial Meeting \

:
At its initial meeting of the 1969.70 year, which was held at the home of '
Mrs. Naomi Johnson, 1186 NW 38th Street on September 8, the following officers '
were installed in an impressive candle-lighting ceremony by one of our
.a LA'.tY 4 sponsors, Mrs. Ruth Polite: ;
Naomi Johnson, President; Ernestine Bellamy, 1st Vice President; Rose ;:'

Portier, 2nd Vice President; Dorothy Baker, Recording Secretary; Alaine
+Y Forbes, Financial Secretary; Luvenia Kr.ox: Corresponding Secretary; Louise
Shorter, Business Manager; Bertha Jackson, Treasurer; Eddie Lee Smith,
Historian; Margaret Reynolds, Reporter; May Dell Braynon, Sick Committee "
Chairman. '

Bottom pictures shows officers and members of Zeta Amicae of Miami.

Standing, left to right: Bertha Jackson,Juanita Fisher,Eddie Lee Smith,Alice
Hodges, Naomi Johnson, Margaret Reynolds, Henrietta Lindsey, Amie McKenzie -
May Dell Braynon. Seated, second row: Ernestine Bellamy, Luvenia I; ,
Knox, Sarah Pullom, Louise Shorter, Rose Portier, Dorothy Baker, Rachel I ;
Col I em an. Seated on floor: Alaine Forbes, with sponsors Annie M. Ivy and {I
Ruth Polite. '.
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FOR THE FINEST HOUSING ACCOMMODATIONS
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AT MODERATE RATES CALL ,
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JESCA Task Force Staff, graduate students from Barry College Schoolof

I Social Work. Left to right: Judith Cornlie! Carolyn Boston, unit secretary, BONDED- '
Sandra Roker, Paul Fabrikant and Charles Schwartz. I


I Barry Students'' Help JESCA RENTAL + I


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Task ForceHarold AGENCY
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Guinyard, Presidentof ry College. She Is assisting work at JESCA interesting.Mr. l
James E. Scott Community Education Task Force chair- Archie W. Hardwick, ... .. .' .JI [;
Association, Inc., says man Mrs.Donald W.McIntosb.Mr. JESCA's Director says this Is -' ...,. (
"JESCA Is fortunate to have Charles Farris the unit the third year JESCA has had :'
four graduate students from supervisor says the student graduate students from Barry l
Barry College School of Social 'are pleased with their assignments under a' grant from the Chil 't ;
Work assisting the agency'sfour and are finding their dren's Bureau. I

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Development, Housing, --- tylac9Pmc- ,
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MANAGEMENT AGENCY IN THE SOUTH, OPERATING I It
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develop ,new directions. ACADIAN IN DADE AND BROWARD COUNTIES 1 t :
Charles Schwartz comes to
Barry from Canada where he BAKERYA A Community Recreation Center for teenagers and adults ,
was the Director of the Indian A Public Relations Department to assist you with your problems. !t
and White Branch of the Community blackcooperative "
and Economic Deve- 'lr
lopment Department. He has ': \

special skills and know-how i RENTS ARE,DUE IN ADVANCEWE f
which Mr. Alvin E. Guilford, in the I I
chairman of the Economic and SUGGEST.. THAT YOU PAY AT OFFICE, IN PERSON OR BY MAIL ;
Management Training Task I south whose I. .' :"
Force says will be a big helpin 1 MAIN OFFICE ; 1
getting this program under- I gourmetfruitcake t: ,i I'

way.Paul Fabrikant who was is 4150 NW 7th Avenue 759-8733 I
'graduated from the Universityof
Miami 1965 and recentlywas nationally known 14255 NW 22nd Avenue, Opa-locka MU 8-0617 ..I:I
the Dade
County employed Welfare Department by Is I Acadian Delight Fruitcake 20848 South Dixie Hwy, Cutler Ridge-CE 5.355,3 1 :

assisting Mr. Alfredo R. To- l'/2 pound $3.10 605 NW,7th Terrace, Ft. Lauderdale JA 4.3357 1
ledo, Jr., chairman of the Creole Gourmet Fruitcake' 3801 Grand Avenue, Grove HI 5.1381 j
,Housing Task Force. 2 pounds $5.95 512 NW 1st Ave., Hallandale ,- WA 7.2434 i! ,
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Sandra'Anette Roker attended mailing cake .85 WI 3.2434 I
Miami Northwestern and per 339 Hammondville RJ., Pompano jt
was graduated from Barry MAIL ORDERS TO:. Tenants concern will stop vandalism and reduce the cost of housingHON. l

College. She worked at the Southern Consumers Cooperative ,
Dade County Welfare Department 425 General Mouton L. L.BROOKS, President r
Mr. P. HARTH, General Maiogtr "+* '
and is now helping GEORGE
Dewey Knight, chairman of the Lafayette,, Louisiana 70501 CHARLES A.. LOCKHART_ Public R.f..louOlrec.o ." I. I
Juvenile Delinquency Task BUILDING ECONOMIC POWER '
Force. IM THEBLACK COMMUNITY "i. If,I om to., tnoy| a kotttf lift, tI..rt..t I livo! better too." .: L. L. Crooksr
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Entered 01 Second Clots Matter, August 8, 1927 at the Post THREE PRESIDENT
Office at Miami, Florida, under the act of March 8, 1876 Y
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w Vote "Yes" For InteramaDade V DECISION SUPREME ON COURTS DESEGREGATION. -

Countians will go to polls Tuesday to cast a very Inv l .
i I' portant ballot. Despite all the thousands of words spoken and THE LAW OF "eVEN.'F THE
written about Interama, two very basic facts should be made THE LAND
clear to our readers e1Be SUPREME COURT
That a group of responsible citizens will have an important ,;;;
WERE TO ORDER
part to play in determining the use of the land. It may be an In- "f
1 terama type facility or it may be a public park, university, an IMMEDIATE INTEGRATION -
astrodome like sports stadium, recreational facilities such
as golf tennis, etc., marinas} cultural center, international 1i 1 LACK
trade center in or 1976.an international exposition celebrating the bicentennial / f.M u THE PEOPLEAND

The point is, the land belongs to the public and the public BODIES ENFORCE

should use exercise of this land.their will and pleasure in the matter of the future THE LAW?

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The Miami Times urges you to vote "yes." *
S0 SPOKE ASSISTANT ATTORNEY

Hotels Fall ,In LineIt GENERAL JERRIS LEONARD-CIVIl.
RIGHTS CHIEF OP THE JUST1CE DEP7:'
was gratifying news this week to learn that the South
Florida Hotel and Motel Association had made a$15,000 grantto 4\Ov.S
the Urban Lea g u e for recruiting and t r a I n I n g black hotel
workers. Committment To Enforce The Law Or
The lack of help in the better paying Jobs of Miami and MI- II
ami Beach hotels has been a sore spot in this community fora
Encouragement To White Lawlessness. ? [
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long time. Many years ago,before the coming of the Cuban
\ refugee, blacks were the dominant hotel working force on the f fa ',
I Beach. But now it Is almost impossible to find a black person i i
I In a hotel job unless it is a maid or porter. '
1 Most hotel owners will swear they have never been guilty of To T25l\ ) ,',
> discriminating. They blame their lack of black help on the Hotel Equalby ;
9 and Restaurant Workers Union Local No.255.We feel that L :
1 both have been guilty of not maklnga meaningful attempt to inject Whitney M. Young Jr. t t
blacks into the lucrative hotel industry By Booker T. \ \ "' .JJ
Hayes : L
T. Wlllard Fair Executive Director National Urban League
of the Urban League and Pinky Schiffman of -
Local No. 255 have been haggling over this situation for a long
time. Let's hope that both groups get together and make a suc- The Afro Look, 'A Parental BlessingI
cess of the project. If they fail there's going to be trouble. Giving The Unite' WayThis ,
don't know if it's over reaction on my part to an admirable
Southern Baptists Take In is the time of year when United Funds and Community situation, or whether my observations are biased because of
Chests launch their annual appeals for funds. Citizens allover my approval, but I seem to sense a feeling of personal awareness -
Black Church the country are digging into their pockets to contribute among the young blacks sporting the newAfr -look. The
R took 72 years, but the Southern Baptist Miami Baptist As- to this central fund-raising organization, in the knowledge readiness they have shown in accepting this new concept of
l sociation has admitted an all black church to its group, the that their gifts will go to community service organizations black identity, is evidenced by the conversions made in their
largest denominational body in Miami.Glendale Baptist Church in their towns, and that their once-a-year'donatlons will hair style and dress. I don't think any particular person can
of Richmond Heights, Rev. Joseph Coates, pastor, was takenin benefit their own families and neighbors. be called the originator of this new mood, because I feel the
on a unanimous vote during the annual meeting in Hialeah This year, though, there are some storm warnings in few variations we see are the individual interpretations of the
last week. cities Some United Fund campaigns have been beset by wearer. It does however, appear that the wearer is using
Two years ago the Glendale congregation started using the small, but vocal, opposition by some people who object to the *this new image as a means of self expression, and the message -
association's religious literature and training materials while work some Fund agencies do. delivered seems to say "Iknowfmblack, and fm proudof
meeting in South Miami's Frank P. Martin'Elementary'School. A prime target of such attacks are agencies whose work it."
It now has 200 members. is promarily carried out in the ghetto such as Urban Leaguesor I have noticed different gatherings of young people, and I
They have purchased a three-acre site at Southwest 117th anti-poverty agencies. 'have made it a particular point to watch the behavior patternsof
Avenue and 145th Street and hope to break ground for a new There are always some people who don't want to pull their those present., It seems the most aggressive of the black
'church the first of next year. fair share of the load by contributing to United Fund drives males were the ones having adopted the new look. When I say
Glendale was the first black church to admission to the that benefit their communities, but it's dangerous for them !aggressive, I don't mean it maliciously, but they seem to have
81-church association. Local black ministers have praised the to attack such important agencies as a cloak for their own j a desire to be where the action is,and in many instances they
move as one that should bring the black and white communities stinginess. 'create the action.
closer together. Fm doing them a favor by assuming that stinginess is at I have heard many of my friends complaining about the de-
> Twenty white churches in the association already have black the bottom of these attacks. Actually, it looks'more like unvarnished 'sire of their young sons, to wear the new Afro haircut. They
members The most Integrated congregation is that of racism at work. have expressed such reasons as cost, and upkeep as causes
Seventy-ninth Street Baptist, 2275 NW 79th St., with a 40 pert In one large city, some policemen said they wouldn't con- for their disapproval, but wherever,I have had the opportunityto
cent black membership. There are more than 60,000 Southern tribute to the Fund because the Urban League was a beneficiary express my opinion,have gone to the defense of the young-
Baptists In the Miami area. ., The League, they said, had close contact with militant ster. I have done this because I feel any child having developed -
groups. to the point that he has seen fit to identify himself,
What's With The Bulls? Well, the specific incident that got these dissenters so hot should be allowed that priviledge.Ihave convinced some of my
Liberty City sports fans have begun to grumble about the and bothered actually took place at the request of city offici- friends of the importance of such a desire, but I have had to
pathetic record of the Miami Northwestern Bulls football als and cooled off a tense situation last summer. If anything, use other methods to win the approval of others. One of the
team. The once powerful Bullswereonce a feared opponentfor it proved the League's value to the community. main points I have stressed is the ability of the parent to use
any team locally, but now they find themselves patsies for And the League's share of the United Fund budget in that this desire in a constructive way.
'even the*small schools. The Bulls have managed to win only town comes to less than one percent..with 69 other agencies I had some concern over the grooming habits of my young-
,one game while losing four 'so far this season. And with Kil- getting the rest. Clearly, the League isn't getting the supportit est son before he approached me with the idea of wearing the
lian coming up next,no relief is sight. Fans think that Coach needs to be more effective in solving the problems that Afro haircut. I 'had to constantly urge him to comb his hair
James Wanza and his staff has far too much good material on are eroding our urban communities i and I discussed this with him and told him it Was the reason
r hand to own such a sorry record. Many fans feel that Wanza At a time when top priority must go to the main urban for my reluctance In permitting the new style., He assured
should hang uphis cleats and turn the Job over to younger men, problem spots, too many Funds make their allocations with- me that if he was permitted to wear the Afro, I would not haveto
or at least one with younger ideas. And Just what did happento out really assessing the community's needs and priorities. worry about him combing it. He's been wearing the Afro
Alkin Hepburn, who ran the offense for the Bulls the last Certainly the community organization, housing, employ- now a little over a year, and must admitIfeel the response'
two years? We see him working at the Carver YMCA evenings ment, and other programs of the Urban League and similar on his part is partly responsible for this article. I really
after school. This guy is too good not to be coaching some agencies have greater impact on the community and mean don't have to concern myself with the upkeep of his hair, he
where. Or do we need to bring Traz Powell back to high school more to the city's health than some projects carried on by combs it so much, he sometimes leaves the comb sticking in
S coaching from the Junior College? It Just looks kinda bad for organizations working in less crucial areas. his hair while doing'other chores. He asked me if it would be
the only all black high school the county to be the football Fortunately, many Funds appreciate the need to : take $1.50 of his allowance and purchase one of the
, doormat, their priorities and are responding to the urgent needs of especially designed combs, but I presented him with one as a
I central cities. Other Funds may fear the kind backlash. gift(smile). The really surprising thing about the whole situation -.
Black President Over we've' mentioned above. is that my son became 10 years old on the 14th of this
But they shouldn't. United Funds have been through this kind I month. Oct.organizations.
; Major White University of thing before. Back in the 1950's, after the Supreme Courtdecision

Clifton' Wharton must be some kind of black superman, or banning school segregation, a wave backlash swept: that are being attacked tomorrow it will be
either Michigan State University has seen (the light. The appointment the South. Catholic or Jewish ones; and before long, the kooks will be
of Dr.WhartOil as president of MichlganState mark- Some Funds, under pressure from White Citizen's Councils, screaming about YMCA or YWCA, as they did not so long
ed the first time a black man has headed a major, predomi- refused to support Interracial groups like the Urban League. ago. -
nantly white college in.,this country. They're sorry and ashamed about that dismal period now. Now is the time to hold the line and not give into the'bigots
Dr. Wharton is a brilliant 42 year old economist who was Especially since they saw other Funds, under more courageous who don't speak for the enlightened interests of the total com-
also the first black to be elected a director of the Equitable leadership,resist the racists with no drop in contributions, munity And now is the time for citizens to help support their
Life Assurance Society. His entire career has been devoted Fund leaders In'towns experiencing such backlash today,, local Fund drives, and to insist that top priority in fund dis1 .
to working on the problems of underdevelopment and poverty. need to stand 'firm against it. Now if s black and interracial 1 tribution go to agencies doing the most relevant tasks.

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I Profiles r Cheating Merchants Blamed For ;




1 Of CourageBy Lou LuTour I Ghetto Dweller's Anger i



Hon. Mayor Dolglas F. Dollarhide, the first Black Mayor of Anyone seeking reasons for the growing rage In the na- panles to buy up installment contracts without Incurringany
Com t o n California tion's ghettos need look no further than the swindles prac- responsibility for their terms. "If finance companies
p ,Is using his courage Intelligence tact
and know-how In his efforts to make Compton, a city of ,love ticed against slum dwellers by crooked merchants.The were made responsible," Miller writes, "they would be
brotherhood, peace and success through self-help, poor are continually victimized by overcharging, forced to police the practices of the stores that they help
and by trying to expand Industry In the city.programs misrepresentation or both, according to cases cited in a support" Massachusetts, Vermont and California have
November Reader's Digest article; worse yet, in a large recently abolished "holder in due course." Other states
Beginning with the Mayor's Inaugural Ball, June 29, 1969 number of cases the law actually protects the swindlers. should copy their action.
In Compton Dooto Music Center, the nation could easily see Typical of the dishonest selling practices is the"bait- Another needed reform Is update the body of commercial :
that the citizens were ready to support their choice for Mayor and-switch" technique: a prospect responds to an appealing law, which lawyer for the poor say is now grossly .
the man who had served the city as councilman two terms television commercial offering a low-priced product weighted in favor of the seller.Under present law, for example -
prior to his having been elected to the Mayorship. As councU- three rooms of wall-to-wall carpeting, say, for the a customer who has purchased, say 20 pieces of "
man, the Hon. Dollorhide had been responsible for several key "bargain price" of $150- only tobe told that It is "sold furniture, may have all items re-possessed If he defaults '
appointments and many civic improvements.He was chairmanof out." Instead, he's high-pressured into buying a much on his payments,even though he may have paid most of the
the Compton Finance' Committee, delegate to the League of more expensive version, usually selling for many timesits Installments. Another "small-type" Item, legal In many
California Cities, and is an active member of several civic actual value. states, provides that a buyer gives up all rights to a court
and community organizations the NAACP,the Urban League, Having made the purchase, the customer is soon noti- defense if a seller subsequently sues him.
the Boy Scouts of America, Los Angeles District,the Compton fied that his sales contract has been bought by a finance The Digest article also urges more legal aid for the
Council on Human Relations, the Welfare" Planning Council and company. He doesn't realize it, but unless he registers a ghettos, a move that will require additional funds from lo-
the Saint Peters Methodist Church. Ole of his pet projectsas complaint within a few days he loses all legal claims to cal, state, and federal governments. It calls too for more
a member of the Library Advisory Board, was the incor- any "guarantee" In the contract. When the carpet beginsto consumer-education programs In the ghettos, including
poration of the Joint-powers agreement In which Los Angeles shred In a few weeks-as It almost invariably does-the compulsory courses for ghetto schools.
County will build a new library In the fifteen million dollar customer has nowhere to turn.The finance company is not Another Important reform lies in efforts now being made
Compton Civic Center. Under the administration of Governor ,responsible. by the Federal Office of Economic Opportunity and some

"Pat" Brown, he served as a member of the planning Ad- Here's where the law steps in..but on the wrong side! local agencies to establish consumer cooperatives, owned
visory Committee, State of California and the Area Coordi- If the customer decides to stop payments, he can be sued and run by ghetto people. Further help along these lines
nating Committee of the Los Angeles Regional Transports, for breach of contract. Not only may his wages be garnisheed could be provided by encouraging "downtown" stores to

tion Committee. but he can be made to pay out the full price of the open ghetto branches.
Noteworthy of mention Is the tact that the Hon. Mayor
contract -plus court costs amounting to many dollars. Un- Ignorance and desperation often lead the ghetto residentto
Dollarhide to take that in his life after he had
began giant step
handcuff himself with of Installment for
der present law the courts have no choice. years payments
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served In the U.S. Army during World War H. Following his
Practices like these are widespread in ghettos the nation shoddy merchandise; but they don't blind him to the dishonesty -
honorable from the he and his wife became '
discharge Army,
of the practice. The President's Advisory Com-
in aid for ghettos resi-
over. Says one expert legal
residents of Los Angeles where hebacamea Post Office employee -
mission on Civil Disorders In 1968 attributed the
dents: "The lack of knowledge among the poor of the ele- ghetto
He continuedhis education,attending Metropolitan Col- mentary facts of commercial practice Is truly staggering riots In part to "thebellef of many residents of disadvan-
lege of Business, Long Beach City College, a studied law at ." taged Negro neighborhoods 'that they suffer constant :
the La Salle University LawSchool.Hlswlferthe former Ruby abuses by local merchants." I
reforms author James Nathan Miller
Thomas whom he married in 1943 is an instructor at Los Urging sweeping 1
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belief
says that one of the first goals should be to abolish "holder The could bathe kindling that sets off the next ;
r Angeles Technical College; and is also owner and operator of round of ghetto explosions.
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allows finance
In due course, the provision that com-
,, their two beauty shops. Thus, we see a great nun with a great
::1"Y, wife, both making contributions In their community. Hon. Mayor -
;t.', Dollarhide often refers to his wife as "The girl God sent I
( me." He givesher much credit for his success, and states that 1 PHIL OSSOFER |
',\. she had been an Inspiration and provided him with confidence [LETTERS. TO THE EDITOR
;s', and motivation through-out their marriage. I had the occasion recentlyto what I prefer to call Spiritual
: Hon. Mayor D o 11 a r h i d e attributes his suave mannerisms, fC"--" attend a meeting In the vicinity Ecxema a skin disease the
1 tactfulness nad deep religious convictions to the guidance and of the Orange Bowl on a sickness that threatens our

t l' direction given him by his sister, Mrs.Lenora Stubbs, who now Soldiers Message To The WorldTo football night.In order to avoid very existence.Unfortunately,
lives in Detroit, Michigan. Although orphaned atanearly age, becoming enmeshed In the most of those who were un- ,
he was inspired the image of his older brother Emmitt; motivated Whom It May Concern: monstrous web of traffic, I aware of this cause were unaffected "

g by his wife, Ruby; and cultivated in mannerisms by his They tell me I'm Inanairmobileunitbut my legs, back and scooted,all the way downtownon by the results of the ),
.t older sister; and he never dreamed that he could become the feet tell met different. According to the Army r m an Infantry the expressway, then backtracked .report. The few who under- I,:
! -- 'Mayor of Compton, California the largest city west of the rifleman, but most people use more appropriate phrases like' some twelve blocks to .stood the cause; those who \
t Mississippi River with a Black Mayor. grunt, legman, or just ground pounder.We my destination.As truly believe In the brother
f The Hon. Mayor Dollarhide Is truly an example for youth to are the men who can say we've lived in hell. The Junglesare I passed the long, slow- hood of man (which is usually ;;
! follow, knowing that preparedness opens the door for one tot our manmade hell.The Jungle Is where you are attacked by ,moving lines traffic, my preached only at 11 a.m. on
serve his fellowmen, as he Is now doing In Compton, Calif. the heat, rain, Insects, disease and our appointed enemy. mind flashed back nearly 2-, Sunday morning,the most seg-
We live by chance, and kill bypr ofesslon. We are our 000 years, and I envisionedthis regated hour in the week), did
1 country's hired killers. Our commanders have only one com- same scene with chariots not need the report.It .
3 mand, "men, kill me some gooks today"So we creep silently instead of automobiles,strug- is apparent to me that unless -
3 RANDOM THOUGHTS and slowly through Jungles,rice patties,and rubber plantations gling to approach an ampi- there is an awakening,and :
hunting our enemy. They live like animals,so we do the same. theater on a Roman holiday. soon, our country is headed for I
Throughout the day we pray,pray we don't get in a firefight and Then I thought of the condi- the same fate that the Roman '
by GLORIA MILLER
i Empire suffered only one l:
be killed. tion of our country, and saw '
Our homes are tar away and Viet Nam Is such a different similarities between our thing, I believe, can alter that )
I About Kids And Pills And Television place. It's a land of war Babies are born, only to die with their shortcomings and those of ancient course; a turning once more to
elders. That's the normal life. Death plagues this land we're Rome. I recalled from 'I God.I.
{ For the past six weeks, television has been my almost constant in. When sunset comes your only escape Is a half forgotten me- the Scriptures ".. the voiceof see no harm in attending I
{ companion. Admittedly, a pretty good one.Time hangs mory of drinking and dancing at some mid summer party. one crying in the wilder- football games as long as they :
'e heavy upon an active person when an illmess causes a sudden All shakes off the sweat and pains. Then he settles down to ness" (Matt. 3:3)),drawing.few do not become a barrier be- i
Pr stop and television whiles the time away Beginning with "To- his last meal In Viet Nam. Tomorrow Is bis turn to go home. ears and hearts, while the tween a man and his Creator.
day" and ending with "To night" countless hours pass unnoticed Suddenly it's for real, I see a flying shower shoe as he runs to multitudes crowded and jostled If one loves God he cannot go I
le- and the days melt into one another. C 0 n va I es a n c e get his M-16 and 'The round he never heard lands Just a bit each other in order to be wrong, but this entails loving !
is made easier and after a while a sort of pleasant attachment too close. entertained by gladiators who his fellowmen, the proof that i

i Is formed for everthlng from soap operas to silly situation To his parents, he's all they had,to the army he's Just another would punish one another for he does love God. When man- '
, comedies. The worst part of the television deal,though, isle dead IBM card. prizes. Isn't this similar, to kind as a whole realizes, this!'
. commercials. Perhaps not for an adult,for I must admit that I, what we see today? "For the mountain of the Lord's
. have seen so many commercials that I couldn't tell you a soap A lonely soldier, where your treasure Is, there house shall be established In I
from a cereal. But, think of our youngsters,the thousands who SPC4 Jimmie Brown as Bum Beatee will your heart be also." the top of the mountains, and
; are pre-school age and vhodally spend as much as four hours (Matt. 6:21.) shall be exalted above the
) watching the tube. What do they see? The Kerner Report (also a hills, and all nations shall flow

3 They see something that makes me shudder They are constantly voice crying In the._ wilderness -. Into it,' even as today's mul-
3 bombarded with pills as remedies for colds,headaches, The Cinderella CandidateDear ), confirmed the fact that 'j titudes flow into the Orange
backaches, tiredness and sleep.Is it any wonder that the young racism Is the basic cause of Bowl.

. people of today yesterdays T.V. fansare so concerned with Editor,
pills and /or capsules to solve any ills they may be suffering?
3 KEEP YOUR: FAMILY AND FRIENDS UP ONWHAT'S
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been told ladies and 0. '
have
Since Infancy they by glamorous
r One, William H. (Mickey McMahon) Is a candidate for the HAPPENING AT HOME
handsome that have been 4
men a pill can cure any thing They
office of Mayor, City of Miami.
reminded constantly that there is no reason to do anything
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t about a headache except take a pill. Tensions, nerves, aches, Mickey was born at 126BrodhurstAveNYC. For your In-- SUBSCRIBEClip
) and pains pills, pills, pills. There Is nowhere the wisp of a formation, The Heart of Harlem His DadJamesJ.'McMahon
suggestion that they try to solve their problems by resting, or owned the Lafayette Cafe on 132 St. In Harlem. His dad also

changing scenery or by slmplythlnklngandsolvlnga; problem. was the manager of the Great John Leslie Johnson, who fought
3 No sir take a pill the great Jack Dempsey, breaking three of Dempsey's' ribs.
There should be some measure responsibility on the part r
1 of the advertiser as well as the medium to dlspell the notion Mickey is in employed because of conditions which Steve
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. that pills are a cure all. Of course aspirin is good; of course Clark and the Civil Service Board have failed to reveal to him, illiami imcli
: an aide to sleep Is necessary for some;of course some'per- (a truck-driver). The reasons, I an sure that th. rank and file
sons may need a medicine to cure their tired, aching heads, of the mass of employees,of the City of Miami, know him, and
; backs etc. But, of course, the children see only the broader:. love him. He Is referred to as The Cinderella Candidate. ------------------------,

VIEW. They see only the pill as an absolute cure and grow up I Clip out and mail to: The Miami Times I I
with the sure knowledge that htey have nothing worry about he does not have to funds for I II
Being unemployed access any I 16530 NW 15th Avenue, Miami, Fla. 33147
do take a pill! I
because If they they can .
advertisement.
a. Isn't the thought a'bit frightening In light of some of the activities .- I Or come to Office. $5.00 on.year I II

3 our young are engaged In today? Whatpart does a pill B. O'Shea 1 Name I I III'
' play in their v 10 1 en protests and un f or g tv ea b Ie behavior I 1 ..

. against anything that gets In their way-people, places or II' Address I
things. Miami Times Ads Don't Cost jI

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BY CLARICE 1n 'y.1J::' I
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Last weekend Re sie' Jbtae bass,jetted.to Manhattan where Ps '
she Joined her sisters to attend the wedding of their brotherat :.; '':.
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St.Andrews Air Force Base, Washington,D. C. ';:;
Here from Nassau is Irmath Strachan to visit her sister, s; '
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Eleze Tynes. Irmath arrived Just In time to help Eleze and # .,
her niece move into their new home. 4 "
Cynthia and Edward Hawkins christened their daughter, ',' : :i:W '
Carla Yvette at Mt. Harmon Methodist Church on Oct. IS. ,,,..vi.', '
Godparents are Lola and Israel Brinson and Mary Jenkins. Y .:. <" I.
Jetting in from Akron,Ohio to be at the bedside of their sis- roTc /.' /',.. '"
ter, lona Dukes(Christian)were Richard and William Humben t 1f dE
Friends of Marie Roberts are sending get well wishes to herat '

North Shore Hospital while Naomi Espys friends are card- { }
ing her at Cedars of Lebanon. f l
The Greater Miami Council for the Continuing Education of
Women at the Center for Community Development at Miami-
Dade South's campus will sponsor a series of rise to Greater
Heights Week"workshops Monday Thursday Temple Israel, 1' ': i':,
137 NE 19th Street Hours are from 9:30a.m. to noon each day. ( r,"

The event, a follow of Oct. 15th's My Lady Fair, is planned to ..,' n J .. ...---. --
encourage women of Greater Miami to seek individual excel- f,1fr, MERIT SCHOLARSHIP SEMIFINALIST
lence in education, volunteering and employment. ed
MONDAY IS "Be A Better Woman Day." Keynote speaker e"1a9etW t AMO Altansas Brown,daughter of semifinalist in the National

will be Mrs. Ruth Van Doren, director of the Human Rela- Mr. & Mrs. Amos Brown of Merit Scholarship Program. I
Mrs. Artie 0. Allen anson of Mr. and Mrs. Augusta;
tions Center of the New School for Social Research' in New 3501 Oak Avenue, Coconut Altansas is a senior. at Corals
nounce the engagement of her L. PInckney of Miami Gables High.Do .
York City. has been named as a
Grove
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j laughter, Judy Carol, to Mr. A December wedding > t ', ,
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TUESDAY B "Back to Volunteering Day. 1
Franklin Augustus Pine key, planned.It's .
WEDNESDAY B "Back To Employment Day."

THURSDAY "Back To Education Day." a time for children:: HALLOWEENThe
Mrs. James J. Carney Jr. and Mrs. Richard S. Kaynor, moon Is round as a jack-o'-lantern; you have a mortgagen
CCEW staff members, will present a forum on the council'!
The trees blow black and bare;
services. And we go creeping with spooky glgles your house?
After the of in York
spending summer season racing New Through the chill ghostly air.
State, Willie Bea has returned home to,his wife, Louise and
Whose shadow is that on the haunted groundVho's ?
daughter, Mary Louise.InterAmerican hen your family should be pro- ,
}\ hiding behind that tree? ected against the possibility of your
Travel Agents Society will hold its 15th j
Oh, down the tree runs my bad black kitten, tot being around to complete the
annual convention Nov. 1-5 in Nassau at the Bal Moral Hotel. that
And the shadow is only me! ayments. We can provide
Alberto DeVeaux, Los Angeles Is the president. Charles C. amily security with our Mortgage
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North, Miami is the treasurer. -- ancellation Plan.
Mr. and Mrs. William Gill, Springfield Garden,NY and Mi- r----l ckM ';----l hould happen to you it guaran- I< ; 'ins rf
nerva Crosby, Orlando motored to Miami to visit the Albert ees the cash to pay your mortgagen rw
full. Or our plan can he used to
(Iretha) and Caleb(Jackie) Crosbys. Mr. Gill is a newly re- stahlish a permanent addition to
tired M/Sgt. of the U. S. Air Force. I & BOY'S Shop ; our life insurance when the mortgage I t
Lewis Taylor, Nassau is the houseguest of his brother and is paid off. For all the details
sister-in-law, "Mr. and Mrs. J. H. Taylor, of Brownsville, I. THIS IS OUR ONLY STORE I jontact me: .
It's a date: Episcopal Church of the Incarnation's States See Mr. Jack

Tea, Sunday, Nov. 2,4 6 p.m. at the church. Mrs. Bernard I "The Latest In Men's Fashions" I Edward E.K. Longsworth
(Leenette) Pennington will be the featured speaker. I Pants Suits Hats Shoes I Neil R. Corey General Agency J 0 n.
Halloween night of games-Friday Oct. 31 at the Activity Dress Shirts & Fandy Knits 201 S.W. 27th Avenue '. Ha 1
j Center, '1749 NW 54th Street. I Miami Florida 33135 Life Insurance ,.
t RegM"McLin, New York City was elected the first bUck Telephone:642-7211 fr!: ,
coed to Florida States homecoming court. Regina,daughter of 944 NW 2nd, AVENUE MIAMI, FLORIDA eem.ssteaJThe
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Mr. and Mrs. James McLin of New York, Is a native of St.
Petersburg.The ,

lawn of the month.selected by the Richmond Heights
Garden Club for the month of October was Mr. and Mrs.Tom-
mie Nelson, 11610 Pinkston Drive.

Carroll Ervln Dean Is here from the Bronx visiting with T TED1AIIjgAfflIpL
family and friends. He is with his aunt, Mrs. Lola Bethel of
1322 NW 63rd St.

'I Carl Hanna underwent'surgery in Christian Hospital on
, Tuesday. Ernest Taylor Is recuperating'at his home. -

t Delegates to the 22nd Assembly of the Florida Council of 2 Ta
Churches were treated to a lively panel discussion on "The ) ors
Needs of the Black Community How the Church Can Help"on BETTER TAILORING
Tuesday afternoon at the Church of the Incarnation. Pane-
lists were: T. Wtllard Fair, Dr. Johnny Jones, Samuel Mon- RIGHT NOW DELIVERY' !
cur,' Rev. Thedford Johnson and Father Kenneth Ma jor.Garth Molt pants any style
C. Reeves served as moderator, Make-pants in 3 days

Here from Washington, D. 'C. was Carla Thomas and her Make pants fit ,better
father, Rufus Thomas of Memphis, Tenn., who appeared In Alter pants fit & style,
concert at ,Miami-Dade North, Thursday. They were enter- Dresses Suits
tained by Oscar Range n at his.57th St. home., .Make'.iulfi any'style} :

Peter H olden,.National lu president and Purdie Anders -, Make .sviIt; >; .7 day;

executive secretary of St.Augustine's College,Raleigh, Make suits fit betterChange
North Carolina Alumni Association will be In'Miami, Nov. 14- suits fit&style _
16. Rev. Stafford Sweeting, 21131 NW 30th Court is serving as lauOrf! Petite. Juniors
coordinator for this meeting:.,
Take any deposit amount
Delta Sigma Theta Sorority is making gala plans for their Clothes from your cloth VAIUESlt$16.99
holiday affair. It promises to be unforgettable.The We have over 300 patterns
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Charmettes Inc., are convening in Ft. Lauderdale for SS.S
their annual general meeting Nov. 1. "," ,
PHONE: 157-4827
Evening Star Chapter #67 of the Eastern Stars, Modern 1080 NW 54th STREET _
Free and Accepted Masons, are planning a trip around the PARISIAN TAILORSWIG [
world, featuring exotic foods, dances, and games. Be on the '" #, iJ ;'o4 .z .
watch for ths ," ;
unioue affair. : ,

Mrs. Whitehead den mother for Cub Scout, Pack 14, Kel- WAREHOUSE SALE : \ t\t,'. !qN1
sey Pharr Elementary, will be registering until Saturday. GET YOURSELF TOGETHER I ; 4
Cleomie Smith is hosting the Miami chapter: Business and WITH' THESE "o'ff 1s4
professional women's clubs Inc., Thursday, at her home. SUPER SOUL SPECIALS
THE FAMOUS
Mrs. Mary L. Swllley of Orlando spent a week with daugh-
ter Mrs. Jeanette Hall, and brother, Mr. S. Thompson and NATURAL
very dear friends, Mr. and Mrs. John Souter. AFRO
Miss Rossie L. Lamons, a 1965 graduate of Northwesternhas Only CASH ,REFUNDS EXCHANGES

recently graduated from Lindsey Hopkins Practical Nurse $11.95
ScLool. She is the daughter of Mr.and Mrs. Cleveland Lamonsof WIGLETS
260 NW 49th St.Rossie is now employed at Cedars of Leba- $4.98 -M1i1i1

non Hospital.New The exciting new Wash & *

employees at our EOPI include: Laura Mitchell, OJT Wear, Curly or Tapered
coordinator; Jeanette J. Green, recruiter;Ronald Mays,youth bock str.tch WIGS
aide; Renalders Walker, Janitor; Frederick D. McCoy Jr., 14,1' up .It r 1t
SMlttactlon Ou.r.nt. d
supervisor of orientation; Eloise Verdelle Stevens, assistant LADY LEE WIGS
supervisor of counseling; Jacqueline Hayward, coordinator of 773 riihrm i8t.OpLoefc
enrollee training; Richard David Donlln, education coordinator -, oPen 10130 A.U.-MO P.M.Clos.d .*
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THE MIAMI TIMES, Friday, October 31, 1969

Farmer Says Blacks And Jews Historic Allies S

James Farmer ca 1/1 h.p...... .h..v..... Iu.... ..... "'_A._'_ __ ___.u__ 7'J
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Sunday that Blacks and Jews two of the nation's great mi- The founder and former national ," ;! '..

: director of the Congressf _'e'l....'' ,
Racial I
Equality addressed !' ;
lie 50th general assembly of : : a

he Union ofAmericanHebrewCongregations oj
in Miami .; tj r


xte-half Beach.During a the vocal past anti-Semitic.year-and- ,:;:;i:> BY STANLEY "SWEETS" SHEETING

mood has made Itself felt In .t ''lrJitri LINE 0-TYPE
-a ; .
of
many the nation's black / THE LITTLE RED BOOK: It was crowded! It was dignified!
faettos.( Farmer said the anti- /. },.,: ::- It was splendiferous! The reception, I mean, held last Sunday)
Few attitude is "not reflective < p.m. (Oct. 26)) for newlyweds Willis Woods and Althea Marie.
if the total black social '......... Williams. The receptionifty that followed a Transfiguration'

strata" merger at 8:00 in the ayem,was easily one of the ""AId social
He said Jewish merchants JAMES FARMER events of the waning season. Friends and
lappen to catch the brunt of a Farmer said Black-Jew well-wishers from the four corners of Dade
'strong and rising;antl-white tensions would ease when County representing business professions

i jentlment" Just because blacks come to realization education, society and the cleric, swarmed r" ,,
hey're in the black community that they "are living in a plu- into the Opa-locka home of the bride's mother s ,
daily, and they're a handy out- ralistic society, and when Mrs. Doris Williams, and many lug ;
14''i'' l et for black hatred. whites start to understand"the ged valuable gifts of every description. The
"Some individuals<: have problems black Americans gift room looked like a Hartley showcase.
something to gain by promoting live with on a daily basis. Congenial folk met and greeted hospitable
," racial slurs and tensions He said both Jews and Black folk. Oldtlmers shook paws with newcomers

b etween the two groups, had been drawn together froma The I...n............. a.AflmlwAtfl............ ttta..... old. and v ice versa.. trsj.
1 farmer said. Such a situation "fraternity of "
suffering Beautiful women latched onto their handsome beasts. Cock-
night be favored by both radi- and again appealed to tall frocks and glowing hairdos outdid the males 2 to 1. But
cal black militants and white American Jews to understand the guys were content that their dolls were there. And all were) ",

reactionaries, he said. Black desires and demands. in a gay and festive mood.. Refreshments were distributed .
abundantly and in an endless flow. And not until five hours

later did Crandall McCloud, the solicitious bartender, announce
that his wares were then at a minimum. I tell you,.
Afram To ShowAt folks, you won't top this effort the rest of '69.


SALT WATER TAFFY: Health director and muscle man'.
r r Sears NorthsideNorthside Ezekiel and Revesie Poitler plan a remarriage on TuesdayNov
trr ( 28)) to commemorate 'their 25th (Silver) anniversary,
r 't i Afram house, the North Mi- and Sears Ft.Laud- Plans are afoot to spend their second honeymoon in Nassau,fP;
ami based firm producing cosmetics erdale will present Dorothy where: Zeke's son Kingsley marries a Bahamian looker Eloise '
for America's black Guy and Mary Taylor respectively Loretta Dean the following day on Saturday(Nov 29). A doublet \.1
:women will be introduced for at the Afram counter to celebration for son and parents Dade County's visiting-, \
the first time on Oct.27.Sears, guide and instruct womenin teacher supervisor Philip Spevak honored Dunbar elementary ,t\
'
the proper application of as assembly speaker last Friday ayem Oct 24)) Sympathyto
cosmetics. They will also theBynoe and O'Berry families in the loss of their father
' Q s.' on customers I'
:
A'sx how Afram can enhance t
their beauty., THE WEEK'S WASH: You can lay odds that a popular drug
,Z, air S? 'Z "
$ k 3 c'xEC S'. k tc a' 'gS Afram began last fall as a store in our sector will soon change hands. Presently owned. ;
. mail order house specializingin by whites,the dispensary clinic will change to black owner- 1
SktP',2 3'0kr quality products made especially ship any day,now...Sudden Thawt: Have I ever seen or heard j jof
for America's 22- our city commissioners inspecting our city Jail and fire | /
million black consumers. departments two of Miami's most vital arms of city government <
? ? ? The Ernest Woods-Brenda Jean McCartney j, >'

k'f welding will 'reception-It' comes Dec 19 at 2401 NW 5$tb :
St at 8:00 o'clock in the evening. North's Travel Bureau ,
burgalrlzed last Sunday in the early ayem. Sympathy to, I
GRAYSON Yorick Kemp upon the passing of his wife Ellen. II
BEAUTY SALON

l ? BARr (Newly Open) STUFF AND SUCH: Dunbar elementary's newest innovation;
'1778 NW 95th Strttt is award-giving to students who merit perfect attendance for

Tel: 696-6560 each six-weeks period.Visiting-teacher director Joe Williams
aJ' 3 ar ,stE Sptclolotttntion to children and Anna-Grace Sweeting of Dunbar are co-chairmen for the y
>, r>sk project The Men of the Church of Transfiguration Episcopal I

.,kc Air Expert Conditioned Wig Stylist pitching a sale-night Friday (Oct 31))at Ismael Sharpe's
home, 1871 NW 154th St, as a finance raiser for the church's ,

'. ,;, .: ,,;'< : .; ,,' Sarah LouellaGroyson Cooper, Operators, Prop. mimeograph computer Ruth Adderley at Florida Memorial j)'
\ ':r:,!: 'r College as an associate director of young men ? ? ?
.,
c .. ...'jj' ll'l"'f. Charles C. North back from Italy. Cyril D. Roberts backto
: ':::.';. ltti : ; Youngstown, Ohio.

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". ., SCRATCH MY BACK: Henry (Fox) Smith, released from
It Isn't too early to start thinking about 0 0 Christian Memorial after a week's bedded confinement for.I

i Christmas. Right now, in air condition- 1 cataract eye surgery, ordered back to the hosp by eye surgeon -
Dr John 0. Brown following complications. City patrolman -
aa first I ed comfort and at your leisure, select '.< xe John Westmoreland ill at Jackson Memorial. >

your personalized cards from our wide T justice Richardson bedded at Victoria .Archibald Pinder, ?
Jr a Richmond Heights registered druggist TIMES man-,
'a /I and FULa
your
top ; assortment. We imprint name
., : 4 ,: /'(' aging editor Garth C. Reeves to the Holy Land Nov. 15 .
;''''.. r) "..,".' .have them back in no timel I And white Arthur Pena and Martha Wilson back to Harlem's Upper B'way'

bu rd i in ers' ..., ': "you're here, pick all the 'wrappings and E a County Commissioner Earl Carroll getting his locks, '
sheared at Harry Smith's Varsity Barber emporium. .
trim for your holiday gilts Just look at ; s

merry" this selection: t. SWEETS' TREATS: Leroy Smith down from Manhattan vlsj-'

; .: Hallmark '* humorous, tlng mother and family. He'll birthday-party-it at his sister
3t.Qchnstmasv l : ; i Hannah Schweke's home Saturday (Nov 1) Edythe Wars t
'I.' .: Gibson religious back to Nlxonville D. C. Incarnation Eplscopal's 'Night:
i :.: Drawing Board *. contemporary of Games' at the church's activity center Friday-Hallowe'en

.rt .*. California Artists *. kiddy' cards, FINESTUAIITY night (Oct 31) Adrian Bethel part-time saleslady at J.M. !
h ::. s ; Fields in Opa-locka Cafe Society shuttered ? ? ? Continental -
S P .,;: Designer Showcases ; !, ',,,(, ) and Sir John nlteries still going strong To Bill t i
i INl
,'I'' "./ .. '.' 1 ," I ; :,I' i.:.'.. % I Svo1{ Harris of Glamour Photo Studios: May I have my 'Bud' photo,
'
: ... :r;; :R' : (; j ; shots ? ? ? Mt Zion Baptist Wilson's Chorus of far-out Indian

.', .,.I. ,', [7 ?J. "',;Uf.."r.. 4, Town giving away buenta clnco pesos (in cash) Via un peso
," '. .' '" .;' IN"" .11 ducats Nov 16 at 3:00.CONFIDENTIALLY.
"> ', 1/ 1 ', ; '.' 'j -( ,,:, :I
'r,, Ii;: ,'\ J"j" \:: : j merry christmas.shop\, \' YOURS: With the passing of pioneer'' I
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a; ( I'\" .\!t."r'" ",' .J,4.IIi,' .R ;'> at all 7 burdirl' 's stores MIamian (and one of Our Town's finest tailors)Stanley RoblnI I
f y r ,t son goes the final half of a former tailor-team that was a
,
J 'I1r".1' ,
., SEND .
.. DEPOSIT
4 ; ; h I' f
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i\t'\ Color Black household word to many hometowners for several decades.
Off Black,
: I Dark, Medium or Light The other half was the late G.Robert Love, who preceeded his
Brown, Auburn. For Blondor partner in death by two-and-a-half months. If It were fit to be
Mixed Grey Satisfaction made whether for male or female- the firm of Love and
guaranteed. Balance t.O.D.,
Robinson made It. m later years the partnership dissolved
if Pay postman on delivery
amount plus po.tog.. If and each tailor-designer went out on his own and built upa
you send cash or money lucrative business for himself. Each venture, in partner
9' order, company pays pos ship and individually were spotted along Northwest Second
r. y rS < "T'y f. k 14 .. State Color.DOLLY .
j k" J Avenue. Sympathy Mrs. Celestine will cele'
; Thompson
y x, ,'gax, @vfo. .e4' '#' ssl4l 3fk, / r3 r r, Y Nlr' i777 /
rJ ; us1r"Grs WigsP. brate her birthday, Sunday Nov. 2 andher cousin, Mrs. Irene!
E n:; rtr :o ; Harrison will celebrate hers Nov. 3. That's It brother
0. BOX 4513 from your one-man-newspaper who knows everybody and'' ,
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8 THE MIAMI TIMES, Friday, October 31, 1969 To Write Beauty Column

$15,000 To Recruit And Train Barbara Barbara J. Higgs of Higgs Su- fessional training, special bars d.. nifc&a. Supreme Wig
I Wig and Beauty Salon abilities, and their businessto and Beauty Salon, 9110 NW I
Black Hotel Workers has The preme been Miami added Times.to the staff of the following address:Bar- 17th Ave., Miami, Fla. 33147

The Florida Regional office She will author a column
ami and Local No. 255 of the Industry.
I of theAnti-DetllmaUooLeague Hotel Employees' Union upon "We are pleased and gratified each week featuring either a Here's Where It's At
of B'nai B'r tth tills week the announcement of a major : to have acted as the catalyst different personality or a new
I praised the South Florida Ho- employment project designedto for this project' said trend in the beauty and barber
tel and Motel Association, the ,recruit and train black :Henry E. Wolff, chairman of professions.She DINE-DANCE-BE/ MERRY
Urban League of Greater MI- workers for Jobs in the hotel ,ADL's Regional Board.It comes to us well quali- ,
fied for the position becauseof
months that
was over eight ago
[ -m ;; NOW the Anti-Defamation League her experiences in the fieldsof of the Air Conditioned
education, cosmetology and
1 arranged for the first meet-
SHOWINO ing between the representatives community affairs.
/ of the hotel industry the She feels that she did not
employee's union and the Urban leave her position as a math 1 M
League. The many discussions teacher in the Dade School
: I SI from that time to the present System just to work in the
have resulted in a cooperative beauty profession. She plansto and
employment program which be an initiator In makingthe Bar t 1 / Lounge 1
profession of,cosmetologyone
e has great potential for the
expansion of employment op- to be proud of.
TllENllZlSJIJEJIEII glamour portunities for black people in Mrs. Higgs is rapidly being mm m toil* &
our community." recognized on a national level
/lIIIIIlIIINEDRJII' because of her styling ability
and greatness... The employment program exhibited at the "Big Show"in LIVE ENTERTAINMENTTHURS.
TlEI/IIIIYIXIZBYI involves a $15,000 grant from Philadelphia. She will be
TIle ; FRI. SAT. SUN.
speed the Hotel Association to the featured in at least two issuesof -

mromrm:: and spectacle! ;Urban League and is believedto the "Beauty Trade" maga- Maxie Newbold & His Band
be the first of its kind within zine. She has been asked to
the hotel Industry. An executive speak to various school groupsin
: of the Urban League the community. She will
\will work directly with the ho- conduct a business manage- Open From 1 p.m. til 5 a.lII.
/1,' I tel managements and the em- ment class at the annual meet- Owned & Operated byMiami'
Ic ployees' union to match job ing of the National Beauty Culturists Own Spacesetters, Inc.
c openings with black workers. Regional Oct. 26-29 at
the New Everglades Hotel.
om Mrs. Higgs promises to be (HOW SOUL CAN YOU BE?)
1:41 impartial in her selection of
persons to be presented to the
4 SEXSATIONAL HITSI public each week. Therefore, 'VtSlt ,oq n'F': : 8U tQU S:'CO'CK'PIT1 'J. UN GE
beauticians, barbers, or any- CRATER\ :
"CAMPUS HEAT" .ND M .
one connected with or repre-
"MIND BLOWERS" tU'' stOIS )
senting the beauty profession
METRO GOLOWYN MAYER"'.?, 2 Girlie Frolics In Color should send a picture and any
A JOHN FRANKENHEIMER FILM pertinent Information regard-
POSITIVELY ADULT* ONLY
ing themselves. their
cro-
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At RichardsAFRAM

House has come

back. .After successful pre- ,,
sentations in major cities

throughout the United States,
tv! BY DAVE BONDU AFRAM, manufacturers, of
1 quality cosmetics for the black 1wt rrET
1 consumer has been introducedto
> xeocx sac
the area where it originated

COLUMNIST: CHARLES R. HADLEY Miami!
Richards downtown store

LET'S MOVE ,IN THE RIGHT DIRECTIONIT'S LATER will present Mary Taylor
THAN YOU THINK I III I I cosmetologist and vice presi-
dent of AFRAM, House from
Now is the time to register to vote."A voteless people Is a November 5th thru Nov. 8th.

hopeless people..' Richards Is one of two department -
Sixty-thousand blacks won't register. We have had several stores in Miami
voter-registration drives which were successful due to the carrying theAFRAMbrand
many volunteer workers giving their time and effort to make cosmetics. '

Dade County a better place to raise your families by using Mrs. Taylor has traveled to

vote power. all major cities with the line
We have got to be responsible. Register!
of cosmetics and some companion -
We have got to be strong in numbers. Register! items that are manu- Nation Tea
There is room enough for all of us to participate In this factured by AFRAM an all-

struggle for freedom. Have you forgotten the number of blacks black operated firm based in Pictured above are the members of the Hospitality Club. Sitting left to
who were killed,trying to register and vote? Don't let us lose
our goal by blaming someone else for our mistake by not reg- Miami.consumer Receptionfromtheblack can be best right: Mrs. Alene Murray, Co-Chairman of Calendar Event Committee; Mrs.

istering. You can participate if you want toby becoming a first summed up in one sentences: Barbara Royal, Chairman of Calendar Event Committee; Miss Marie Alford,

class citizen. "Where have you been all Co-Chairman of Program Committee; Mrs. Mary Gary, Chairman of Publicity
I appeal to responsible men and women who are dedicated
"
these ?
years Committee Mrs. Idella Williams Recording left
citizens to start the ball rolling before it is too late.,We are ; Secretary. Standing, to right:
peace loving people. Mrs. Thelma Pla, Financial Secretary and ,Co-Chairman of the Board of. Direc-

There are many people who should be placed on the books. xx.p tors; Mrs. Gertrude Ferguson, Treasurer and Chairman of the Board of Direc-

Every civic-minded person should make this a must on his tors; Mrs. Ruth Smith, President; Mrs. Ruby Shelley, Vice President; Mrs.

l list.Since registration is so important among Negroes in the Eldora Aiken, Asst. Recording Secretary; Mrs. Jessie Staten, standing :

struggle for freedom, you must not miss this chance to participate Chairman of Decorating Committee, Mrs. Geneva Joseph, Chairman of ,Sick_

In our local and national government and you can Committee, Mrs. Isaac McKinney, Co-Chairman of Social Committee, Mrs. '

only do this by being a registered voter.If Mattie Nelson, Co-Chairman of Sick Committee; Mrs. Maude Tappin, CoChairman -
you want better sewage disposal, water,drainage,swim-
of Decorating Committee Mrs. Mildle West Chaplain. Members "
;
,
better and better
ming pools, playgrounds, housing, more
jobs, and a part of the action in making decisions, you will lot shown: Mrs. Emma Mcintosh, Chairman of Social Committee; Mrs. Mary

have to become a registered voter. ,,. Pinkard, Asst. Financial Secretary; Mrs. Jean Waller, Chairman of Program
This is where the action is: Cleveland,Ohio;Gary, Indiana; "; ommittee. The Hospitality Club is an auxiliary of New Providence M. B.
Detroit Michigan; Atlanta, Georgia; and Los Angeles, Cali- /
hurch Rev. C. J.
Burney pastor.
fornia and in many cities in the states of Alabama and Missis- 1Jw ,
,. ,$ ...., : '
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sippi. Black people have made great strides in improving their "" :!'" 1
On Sept. 28. Hospitality Pla, Spain; Mrs.Ruby Shelley, many friends for their supportin
communities better better
deteriorating by securing jobs, MARY TAYLOR Club of New Providence pre- Argentina;,Mrs.EldoraAiken, her effort. We highly con-
educational facilities better reactional facilities and
by placing Cosmetics made especiallyfor sented a United Nations Tea Mexico; Mrs.Isaac MxKinney, gratulate A!iken May she wear
themselves in decision or policy making positions.
darker skin tones with proper with fashions at Bonded Rent- Canada; Mrs. Alene Murray, her crown with pride and Joy.
must be team made of leaders and followers to
There a up colors for those who never al Agency.Each member of the England; Mrs. Jlan Walller Mrs. Ruth Smith, president ol I
.get total community participation. before have been able to get club represented a foreign El Salvado. This group was the Hospitality Club wish to
of leaders should be involved in the
Many our community exactly what they need has country with costumes. Mrs. narrated by Mrs.> Alma, P thank New Providence, along
learning process as to what makes a community tick." If con- 'been ,AFRAMs goal. .one Gertude Ferguson, chairmanof Keener. She did a dynamic job with all, our many friends for '
ditions are worse than before, our current urban unrest, poor they have met successfully. Group # 1 represented Ita- Mrs. Eldora Aiken was their support in helping our lea

housing, unemployment, rats, dirty streets, garbage, water, President of AFRAM, ly; Mrs. Idella Williams, crowned Miss Hospitality.She to be success. May God bless
sewage, drainage, police brutality, and fighting against the Blance Galloway, knew the France; Mrs. Mattie Nelson, wishes to thank her many, each of you always.'I'' '
established, then it Is time to stand up and be 'counted. Let needs of black women whom Africa; Miss Marie Alford,

your voices be heard at the polls. she met in different fields Israel; Mrs. Geneva Joseph, -, '
Register now so you can vote later. her work led her. She
where
Ireland Mrs. MUdrel West,
; (
Make a "beaten path" to: STANLEY DRUGSYOUR
has dedicated herself to developing China Mrs. Barbara Royal,
;
Metro Justice Building, 1361 NW 12th Street. the solutions for
pro- Brazil; Mrs. Emma McIntosh,
Qualifications to register: Citizen of the UnitedStates,resident blems many blacks faced about Australia; Mrs. Ruth McDonald NEIGHBORHOOD PRESCRIPTION STORE :
of Florida one year, over 21 years of age resident of getting cosmetics made of West Hollywood did 8690 NW 22 Ave 691-3741 :

Dade County six months. Important: If you have movedyou especially for them. I i a superb Job as narrator for ;, ".>.TW (:
must register again. If you have not voted in two yearsyou Due to the great acceptanceof Group# 1.

must re-register. AFRAM cosmetics, the Group # 2 chairman, Mrs. r ,. G Y I I
company now also features Jessie Staten representedMiss H 19r
,
YOU SHOULD KNOW
SOMETHING :
Afro Jewelry,wigs and sports- America; Mrs. Mary
Subject Registration Card-Your "registration card" Is for the black
: wear geared con- Gary, Greece; Mrs, Maude t
good for identification. It can also serve (along with one dol- sumer. Men's toiletries and Tappin, India; Mrs. Ruth p

lar) as a bond for minor offenses. For instance, speeding, hair preparationsarealso Smith, Japan; Mrs. Thelma

DADE COUNTY NEEDS MORE FLETCHER PASCHALS available from AFRAM.
Richards, learning of the SMALL'S
QUIET NOTE DEPARTMENT: The man of the hour: Com- successful reception extendedto LOUNGE
missioner David Kennedy, who was a big factor along with AFRAM around the country 701 NW 2nd Avenue

Commissioner Athalie Range, Mayor Steve Clark, Commis- decided that this community Under NEW Manage-

sioner Irwin Christie, and Commissioner Maurice Ferre in should have a downtown de- ment. Come in and HOMER HUMPHREY, Owner
getting a decent raise for city employees.A partment store location where
COSMETICS CARDS
help celebrate, and DRUGS GREETING
the items can be easily bought.
good man to know Judge Arthur Maeinnls.I .
:
have known Fletcher Paschal for many years.He is an edu Marv Taylor will perform say a big hello to: FREE PICKUP & DELIVERY

cator, a civic leader, a "doer", a mover, and was a guiding her "Miracles of Before and Polly & Johnny !
force in the development of the EOPL After' cosmetics and will use' MON. THUR SAT. 9 AM-9 PM SUN. T TO 5 PM
Richard customers as her mo- Reva & Myrtice :

During his one and one-half years as"multi-service direc- deIst \
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tor of Neighborhood Centers," he expanded the centers from
five to nine' and from one to fifteen day care centers.He .
Coming Fri. Oct. 31e4deEEHURRICANE
knew the community and he organized it.He involved the ,

total community and encouraged complete participation in the BOYS
action in each center by establishing an advisory board in each .r y

with poor people having a voice in decision making Present Their )
1 10th ANNUALHALLOWEEN
Mr. Paschal worked with great skill in bringing to the pub- ,

lic the poor people's program "War on Poverty". Hun- fi BALL
dreds and thousands of people' have seen or experienced pov- ". and SHOWHalloween'Night ;t'

erty.
I
Mr. Paschal is now assistant principal of Vocational Edu- Friday, October 31, 1969 s: (
cation at Jackson High School. He shows a great interest in F 9 P.M. Until? '
children. He is a devoted family man.I .
Sir John Knight Beat
salute him as "Citizen of the Week-"
A man on the move:, Jack Feldman who has given us the ADVANCE $3.00 AT DOOR $3.30
most concise analysis on the black political structerin Dade Tickets on sal at C.tt. Rot.H., 6131 NW 7th Ave,
County. If you can get it, read it., the Sir John Hotel and Bond Ben Barber Shop. 'x' '

PRETTY GIRL OF THE WEEK: Iona Bucholtz : i,4
PRETTY BOY OF THE WEEK: Oral Allen : ,
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VIP OF THE WEEK: Dr. W. A. Patterson, Jr. ,, tiaJ"[
MOTHER OF THE WEEK: Mrs. Agnes McCoy 3

Thanks to Dave Bondu, my old buddy for allowing me to talk Princess Phyllis

with our friends through this medium.,> arietta Mice Blanco Sugarman Kitty, Brown Bomber Carroll I'
v Charles R. Hadley
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there, all of yon marvelous and intelligent readers! How IN OUR CHURCHES:
i, are all of you this wee k? I certainly bope you're been doing St pad AME celebrated their 26th annual Men's Day on last

well. Did you know that this is "Hr week? Why, it sure is. Sunday. Rev. Tanner of St. Mary's Baptist Church was the 11

When you're walking down the street and you see someone, then a.m. speaker.
during this week it is your absolute duty to say "HI" to that Congratulations to Mr. James Jackson on your new appoint-

person whether you know the person or not I think if s a pretty meat to the Steward Board of St. Paul AME Church At the

good idea. It seems as though people are getting more and Men's Day program Rev. T. E.Wright appointed Mr. Jacksonto

more apathetic these days. Our own people and families are this new position.
*' becoming less appreciative and concerned about each other.
'
need this"HI" week. know that it's
We definitely eIl'es.1 only IN OUR COMMUNITY:
a beginning and merely a small step towards the true goal of Get well wishes to: Miss Mary Jessie Jackson Memorial

harmony and love, but we must start some where and who I Hospital and Mr. Robert Gaines.
fc knows the next week we celebrate may be "love" week. to Mrs. Anthony Gardner in loss of her
. . . Sincere sympathy
brother the Majors and the Frank Turner family.
.1 Tills week I would like to start so me thing new- filly's

I Nice Advise. Being teenagers (or should I say young adults), IN OUR SCHOOLS:
we are faced with various problems aid difficulties within I The Coral Gables Cavaliers defeated palmetto High on last

this adult world. We like to talk things over with: someone who ------- Thursday night with a score of 47-14. The mighty Cavaliersare
will listen to us and who will be some sort of assistance in for themselves.The .

helping us to solve oar little troubles. There are times when Sad Sutct 01{ the Meek doing Cavaliers alright will play Key West High Friday night, so the
can't solve things by yourself This is only normal for
you Cavaliers will have a nice Halloween. Good luck !111 l
after all we are not completely independent and mature although Brenda McCray Homecoming queen of Northwestern I

at times we truly feel that we are. Everyone needs Sr. High holds honors as my soul sister of the week.

someone! No man is an island! Love and togetherness are essential Brenda is a senior and a member of the Student Council I

for existence! at Northwestern. Many of you probably saw the YWCA To View Migrant

Here is a question from an advise seeker,which I received queen last Oct. 24 at Northwestern Homecoming
I
today: game against Edison. Northwestern should certainly

; What can a girl do to get the guy she wants? N.S. bo honored. -House of Photography.

Dear N.s., Program
|9 My only advise to you is "be yourself." If this young man .
ji who you have your eye on does not notice or like your true _l. '.UIII On Wednesday Nov. 5th, ganlzed Migrant in the Community

1o inner and outer beauty then he's not worth changing your entire from 9:30 a.m. until 2 p.m.the Action Group, will

content for.Always rember tote a young lady at all times. Young Women's ChrlstianAssociatlon speak and answer questions
That does not mean acting like a religious fanatic, but merely NorthwesternFocus I of South Dade will Some migrant workers will

acting like a happy self-controlled teenage girl. Remember, sponsor a special program on also be present.
feminity Is the key to the heart of a masculine man. the migrant problem, at Ken Those who cannot spend the
. . . ByBEVERLY dall Drive Reformed Church, dayareargedtocometoe1therthe

Here's a question that I bet many of you have not thought I 7401 North Kendall Drive morning or afternoon ses-

about. What is LIFE? Life Just a word?As defined in Web- ROKER South Dade Florida sion. Those staying are askedto

ster's Dictionary:: (1) Life means ,existence; (2) Life is the j A migrant tour,taken by five bring a lunch. This will be
I condition of in which exercise functional for all
plants animals etc. they members of the YWCA help a wonderful opportunity
powers; (3) Life is the span between birth and death; .,. ed spark this meeting. ", interested to get a first band
II 1 (4) Life is a mode of living;(5)A narrative of a person's history Miss Peggy Mills isinterinmgatMiamlNorthwestern.MisiMills I picture of the migrant prob-

L ; (6) animation. is a graduate of Mays Sr. High and is completing hei. Mr. Benson, a representa- lem.
Oat of all these definitions of life;which do you feel explains senior year at University of Miami. She.is majoring li:a five from the community Action Everyone is cordially Invited -

life as it really is? Do yon think the first definition gives the .social studies. The students and administrative staff wlcomes Migrant Program and Mr. to come and share in the

full and explicit definition of your life, the lives of your mob ,Miss J&J11s.as a Bull.Uiesier ., Rudy J a u r a s, from the Or- program.
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second deflnition -
phew and father, and your friends? What about thd Lew1s has been saluted 07 WVJAWI. Chester: is a

? WOW, that's a good one- especially the part which member of the Varsity Football team and the National Honor
says "they exercise functional powers." That would sound Society.

great and would be a perfect definition if only I knew what it The Girl Conselors presented an Induction Ceremony Oct. ANNUAL HALLOWEEN CARNIVAL

r meant. "Functional powers" the meaning-capacity to 27. The assembly was for girls only with the Boy Counselorsas
perform. It seems as though man has been lowered to at least guest of honor. In a fashion show girls modeled schoolwar Carver Branch YMCA

& the level of the almost extinct orangutan.What a cut! And what sportswear, church wear and formal wear. There were

1 about the third cut? Oh, Pm terribly sorry I mean the third also two singing groups highlighting the program. The first 5770 NW 15th Avenue

.f definition. (Sometimes these things do slip). How do you feel group consisted of Lona Culmer lead singer Juanita Blan-
\ about this beauty? It makes me think of the phrase "till death ford, Carol Bowe and Fttzugh Newton Included in the second Friday, October 31, 1969

do us part. Whew! This definition is obvious and true, however group were Shirley Byron, Iris Troy Rosa Pearson, Loretta 5:30 to 8:30: p.m.

it is also inaccurate and incomplete. How does any Wells, and lead singer Lorraine Holmes singing "Run Away There will be food
human being know that we will truly live, that we will truthfully Child." Evelyn Fisher played the "Wondering Child" games, prizes

have life=-from the moment we are born until the mo- The Boy Counselors bas completed their rock garden,one of and Fun for All

ment that we die? "Birth"--the meaning-origin. "Death" the organizations many projects to beautify the campus. A
the meaning-dlslllustlon. Our life span from our birth to bird bath and several swans have been added to complete the

,;, our death could possibility be 80 years 40 yeas 15 years, or garden.

maybe only one second. Just because we are functioning does, Beauty is as beauty does, Radiantly gracing a green
not guarantee that we are living gown, Gall Lawrence was crowned Miss Homecoming 1969-70
as thrilled Normwesterners witnessed the coronation assembly
fi Alright rye asked you what you thought the best defini- October 24. c. i
tied of life was. Now I will tell you which one I feel is best.
Loretta Barnes and Darleen Jones were first and second
i :None of theml I dotft wish to Insult Mr. Webster.and his fabu-
attendants. Members of the court included seniors Rosalind
V- boas book of knowledge. But be must have been dead in the
Arinah Albertha Gammon Cynthia Gilda KnowlesDeborah
head when be defined life. I don't think you can put a label of : Gray, -
Moss and Helen Williams and Andrea
Mary Bryant
life, bottle it and say"here it Is" take It like I putt it out to ;
Austin Juniors and Davann Douglas and Helen McNair sopho
-
; ,
you Life is different for all people in all places. To me, life
Escorts James Samuel Roberson
mores. were Seymour
Is happiness love, and fulfillment. Life is being able to say ,
Stacey Lester Anthony Downs Douglas Cook Dwight Hall
"I care, let me help you." Life is being able to realize that ,
Isaiah Dngglns Lawrence Wilson Johny Wendell
Fryer
we are making something of ourselves before we dissolve intowhat
Saunders Aaron Whiley Raymond Byrd and Marvin Ealey.
is said to be nothingness Life is maturing Into what
teachers have tried to mold us into,mothers have tried to prepare In the same assembly. Miss Boy Counselor was recognized
Miss Boy Counselor is Stephanie Lynes. First and second at-
us for, and which fathers have always felt we were, but
tendants are Gail White and Beverly Simmons.The .
,which no one will ever convince them of- our adulthood. Life
1969 'The Northwesterner has received
yearbook, : an
is being an adult possessing the qualities and characteristicsof
'A' rating from the National Scholastic Press Association
an adult. We are life.
Two undefeated JV teams met October 22 at Park
I would like to close with a small quote, which has Inspiredme Curley rr
.before crowd of
a
and which I would like to pass on to my black sisters and spiritedspectators.NorthwesternandJackson ,
put on a leather popping) show for a tie game of 6 6.
brothers in the Miami community. "To have life, we must be
Miami Edison defeated te Bulls 23-6 at the JC stadium
able'toltott. To live we must have life.:* man '
Oct. 24.Editor. HI $E@WUNMT
* * * *
'. JUST A LITTLE BIT OF NEWS in chief of the Northwesterner 1969-70 Audrey
-- Anderson Assistant editor is Roker Anderson
Vanessa
: This Saturday November 1, from 2 to 5 there will be a Beverly -
"Brotherhood Jamboree" atDadeJunforCollegeThepurposeIs and Terry. Buford photographers and Cassandra Johnson -

to get better acquainted with peers of both the black and sports editor. .

white races. Discussions of the racial situations teenage 1969 BOY SCOUT CIRCUS : 4

rebellions, and other contemporary? problems will be conversed MIAMI BEACH
CONVENTION
about during this threebourper1od.Alqw1tb this serious HALL
will also be fun The Curley knights and the Northwestern Bulls remain in NOVEMBER
b business there business dellcious free food, 21 AND 22
and exciting games. We'want all of you exceptionally black the same category as they maintain their onewinstand. What's
and beautiful young people to please come on out. It will deft- going to happen when the Knights and the Bulls meet on Nov. BUY TICKETS FROM ANY CUB SCOUT OR BOY SCOUT

> nifeiy be a: grand time in store for all participants You be 8?. I predict that the ---will win. What do you think? V
*I there because I certainly will Good lock to both teams J11/- SOUTH FLORIDA COUNCIL J BOY SCOUTS OP. AMERICA

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M!1 Free Band Concerts In Bayfront- Bandshell, To StartThe s. Bus Fares Cut VIES Florida FOR FSU State University QUEEN

41st season of free Wed. ("Say You Will Not Forget") "Invitation To The Dance," stirring patroltlc renditionsand The Metro Transit Author- students elected the first black
and Fri. evening concerts by and all-time favorite cello solo by Vittorio Colombo battle songs" such as"Yan- ity, at a public hearing, pas coed to their homecoming:
Caesar LaMonaca and his "Granada." ; orchestrations of Lara's kee Doodle, "KeepTheHomeFires sed a solution limiting the court Thesday making Regina -
"
band, presented by the City of Opening the program lbe Theme, the prelude jo Verdi's Burning, ""Battle use of school tare riding to I McLin of New York City
Miami in the Bayfront Band- the march "Bayfront Park "La Traviata," and the over- Hymn of the Republic, a "C iv school hours only. The limi- also a contestant for homecoming -
shell, will be launched Nov.5. Gold and Silver Shell," composed ture to Rossini's "Semi- il War Suite," service men's tation goes into:effect on Sat- quee.
The program will range especially for the band- ramide;" and narrator Gordon medley and a selection of urday, Nov. 8.According. The 24-year-old graduate
from light pops and Broadway shell dedication in 1949 by Shaw singing "Those Were American World War I songs to an MTA student was one of five stu-
selections to opera and will Joseph LaMonaca. ft will be The Days," Guest soloists will be soprano spokesman, reduced school: dents chosen in student ballot
feature guest coloratura soprano followed by "Bayfront Park," Climaxing the program will Judith Robinson. tares for school riding will, ing for the court from 41 con-
Rose Byrum. a march dedicated toLa- be highlights from the Broad- All Wednesday and Friday be limited to from 5 a.m. to I, testants. The queen's Identity
Miss Byrum will sing the Manoca and his band membersand way hit "Fiddler On The evening concerts, to be presented 6 p.m. on regular school days: will not be announced until
mad scene from the opera conducted by composer Roof." each weekthroughJune At all other times, Includingofficial Friday night.
"Lucia di Lammermoor," by Harold L. Walters. The Nov. 7 concert will bea 12, begin at 7:45. The publicis school holidays and i I Miss McLin, daughter of
Donizetti, as well as the solo' Other features of the pre- speical Veteran's Day(Nov. cordially invited by the City vacations, a full fare will be I i Mr. and Mrs. James McLin of
'song"Non Ti Scordar di Me" miere program are the waltz 11)) presentation, with many of Miami to attend without paid. New York, is a native of St.
charge. Petersburg.
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L4LJIIRiIt: Mrs. Sarah Newberry of 13710
Van Buren St., Miami, has
01111110[ 'J completed basic training at
Lackland AFB, Tex He has
f.. .' been assigned to Sheppard
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Miami Killian Senior High
; School. His father, Willie L.
1 Newberry, resides at 5231 NW
I FABRICSVILLE 30th Place, Miami.

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.UMUEUCTIMeF 7"DOUilE YD. Madison James, commander.
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The Community Education
} MILTON "BUTTERBALL" SMITH
y Component of the :Talent Development r
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Program held its

first, in a series of meetings,
Tribute To A Great American on Wednesday night at 8:00
p.m., Oct. 22, 1969. The auditorium
Twenty-three years ago she arrived in Miami fresh out of at Charles R. DrewJr. .
college ready to teach school and show the world what she High was the meeting site. \
could do in the classroom. However, 23 years ago it was a
Mr. William H. Turner Director

! little difficult to Just get a Job in the school system. A numberof of the Community Education
things were involved, and unless you knew someone that
Component located at
knew someone you were out of luck. And she knew very few ,
Charles R. Drew Jr. High,
people that would help her get a Job.
....,,,..... welcomed the guests and
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So she decided to open her : -- '<:" speakers, including a representative
own school. This was not an Ii" :
from Washington
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easy chore because at that I' ..- .' I. D.C., Mr. Frank Delia, Pro- ,
time there were no Negro pri- .!. gram Manager U.S.O.E.

vate schools and few people .. Washington, D.C.
believed that the dreams this
We to have
were very happy
lady had would ever come with the -
true. But she worked hard _Ii who took us an active following part people lathe, The Calhoune fa rally wish to and gifts at their 13th annl- 1090 NW 53rd Street, Sunday,

picking up a few kids in her '! : meeting after realizing our thank all their friends and versary celebration, held at Oct 12. I
car and taking them home in 4P.:;. goals. Mr. Graham A. Lewis, neighbors for their attendance the home of Alice Calhoune,

the From a car she ,, .
evenng.
-:;. Jr.. Director. J.O.B.S..
purchased a station wagonanda Greater Miami chamber of
." Scout Circus Has Stars l
.
building with 13 children '.'..' Commerce, PhilcoFord 25,000

and one teacher to help. .. Corp, explained his program.As .
She had the first school of did Mr. Samuel Moncur, "Every boy is a star in our sions on all tickets sold toy Indian dancers, and a Boy
! its type in Florida and does Director of Opportunities In- Boy Scout Circus," says Wil- their boys. Scout band. Each act has from

not now or ever receive any .. .. dustrilization Center and Mr. liam S. Ruben, general chair Performances are planned ten to 10,000 participants. A I
V>'*\1m' A* all fim the State! ni* '" Fred McCoy, Director of man of the event planned for for 7:45 p.m. on November 21 stage as lage as three bas-
Federal Government. She de- IDA BELLE MOSLEY Orientation with Concentrated November 21 and 22, at the and 22, with a 4:00 matinee on ketball courts is used.

pends entirely on the parent of the children and even the child- Employment Program,anarmof .new Miami Beach ConventionHall. November 22. MY DOGis
ren themselves when they grow up, they always come back. E.O.P.I. The Boy Scout Circus is a a German Shepord mail
she is book with all her children and ten act show featuring scout-
This year planning a dog, 1 yr.and 6mos. old.
These gentlemen expresseda The 1969 Scout Circusis
23 It's called Founders Day. Boy ing and pioneering skills, Will him
their classes, from years ago. rent to you or
all interested
concern for the second such event heldin
make believe pageantry with sell For Information,
She attended Edward Waters College, graduated from South may
people to contact them if they The first wasa
South Florida.
Carolina State and furthered her education in nurse's training Cub Scout Circus,Buccaneersand Call: 691.9163
and FAMU. and desirous of improvingtheir huge success, breaking all space men, hundreds ofDOROTHY'S 1742 NW 67th Strttt
at Butler University

I Her name became a household word when mothers talked new work vocation skills that or will learninga enable attendance Miami Beach,records Convention at the Hall.old ..n.........................................................................................................,...,.',..',.'..,."..'.,.'.,.".';:,"..'.,.'.;........;...., ..................... ... < _,-,.-.+1Yir
e about some one to care for their children while they worked. !
them to better their economic
This the newConventionHall
From one bus and two people, her school has in the last few condition. and year a, special matinee i ii
the of its kind in Florida with over three
become largest
years :;,
increased
performance will provide .:.
hundred kids ranging in age from three years to ten years. ART EXHIBIT AT seating capacity and ...1.: BEAUTY SALON }S

i, She has grown over the years to a staff of nine teachers, one THEATRE OF AFRO an ideal setting, according to 1 Woods Meadows :::-
dietician, two aids and five buses. Along with Mr. John Mos- ARTS Ruben. :c ;;i
;;: Peters
ley who a few years ago became her husband and helper. She The Theatre of Afro Arts .;.: Operator .'
serves the same menu as the school system, offers the same cordially invites you to attend Tickets are available after r TINTING -
hours and observes the same holidays.But their first art exhibit of the October 4 from any Cub Scout, :.:,:: D"y""E"I"N"'G Dorothy Ccrtlln, 1..i.
far beyond the call of duty she has given her entire life year. The art work will be pro Boy Scout,, '-or Explorer, 1::: WIGS STYLED Prop r :'!;:
to her children. And this is the second generation because ducts of the art students. of the according to Frederick :::: b CLEANED We Need Your :.:.
many of the kids that she teaches now,she taught their, mothers theatre. Roach, attendance chairman. tiff Head In NO APPOINTMENT!:!.!;!

and fathers, and would you believe she can remember every Please consider and come Tickets cost $1.00 and admit:;. Our Business NECESSARY :i,
f child that has ever been to her school and their complete out on Saturday, Nov. 1, any one person. Boys earn prizesby *
background. time from 10 a.m. 5 p.m. selling tickets while their 103 N.W. 5th Ave. 374.8859 :

; To this very day she knows everyone of the students in her The address is 1945 NW 75th Scout groups earn commis- ::::1.:&::::::::::::::::::::: F.:::::::::: ::::::::: :::::::::::a: :::::::::::::::::::::::: ::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::;j;
school, and what they are doing In their classes. St.
Every May she has a big May Day festival. Every Thanks- We're looking forward to
giving and Christmas she has a big dinner and program for seeing you.Some .
students as well as their parents. And, of course, hers is one paintings will be on
of the most successful PTA programs in the City of Miami. sale. LONGER
She is currently in the process building a new auditoriumnext
to the school. It Your Luck Crossed Up? .. .

When summer arrives and the teeny weeneys are all gone Can't Hold Money?Are You )'
home she works with me and my summer program for the underprivileged Sick? Can't Get Work? YET MILDER.
children from Kendall and Parkway every Sun- Can't Hold a Job? Can't !
day and notonly help me with the kids but always brings a soul Hold Friends ? Family

pot with something good to eat. Problems? Can't Overcome .... .s. ,
,
There Is a fee for each child to attend her school but most Enemies? "
of the is put back into the school to I 1"
money improve facilities. this '
Come see gifted woman =20. I ARETTES '.+r, '
To my knowledge she has never rceived an award and I of God with all your probe ',1
am sure she wouldn't want one. But truly she is a mother and Urns. Prayer changes :, I l I 1, y.
teacher to everyone of her children and she treats them all but things.fall.. God can do anything.' w.. Np \
appointment necessory. t
equally no matter who their parents are or from whence they p ,"
came. She Is a believer in child psychology, as well as the BUssIng&Healing Services

bolo bat which she can apply with equal vigor in the proper Every Sunday 4-6 p.m. .
place when a child steps out of line.
Fridays 7 p.m. -9 p.m. I ,
Yes, today we salute a great lady, an outstanding woman, a MOTHER L. SMITH ,j <, ..
magnificent teacher, and above all, a fine human being. Phone: 61-2974 :' "
Mrs. Ida Bell Jackson Mosley,founder Jackson's Toddler 2311 NW 82nd; Strttt I 1 :

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Contact Best In Dealing' FreeholdersTo Cast



With Ghetto Poor Two Votes

Ul.ll..h.. ..f...".. _L_ __ E fJ
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means of musr effective ment and disadvantaged stained glass industry. On InteramaFreeholders tuag---
getting lies within
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through to the establishment --"Japanese Cultivate U.S. who are regIS-
people in the itself.
ghettos is persontopersonaontact It Is not a matter of sub- Farm Skills," which tell how tered voters may cast two

according to stituting a superior languagefor young Japanese: farmers are votes on the Interama questionIn by Joe Black
article, an an inferior one. Rather it learning American agri- the Nov.. 4 county-wide
"Communicating With is a matter of
The Disadvantaged," in the titudes and recognizing the at 1 cultrual skills on U.S. farms. special election, according to

October issue of Manpower terns of the individual behavioral for what pat A "Vocational Dynamic Labor Education Market "In Martin elections Braterman, Dade When you're looking for excuses to be
a County supervisor.
magazine.The they are,accepting them as the review of new developments in "A registered voter,"Bra- angry, to commit acts of violence to hate and

individual average rarely disadvantaged reads basic operating premise" and vocational education by Dr. terrain explained, "who signsan rebel, they're easy to find. As a child, I remem

newspaper, though he does a working Another accordingly.article Grant Venn, associate commissioner affidavit at the polls which ber my mother leaving our house early in the

watch television andoften Welfare Rolls To "From" for Adult, Voca- will state, in part, that he is morning to work at washing clothes and scrub-
Payrolls
tional, and Library Programsof the owner of a freehold in Dade
listens to the radio. But tells bing floors. I remember
according how the Work Incentive the U.S.Office of Education County not wholly exempt from my father acceptingany
most to the article, "the (WIN) program is doing in --"A United Nations For taxation will be permitted to job he could, get to help keep our family

highly frequently trusted used from and of most Baltimore WIN,administeredby Manpower," report on a continuing vote on the 'proposal'(Intera- in clothes, food and shelter I remember wel-
the
communication U.S. Department of La-
series of seminars on ma question) in two different fare checks when there But I
jobs.
is word of mouth-- bore attempts to move people were no also
manpower problems conducted places on the ballot--once as
direct, personal, verbal contact. off welfare into training the remember something else. Through all those
." pro- by U.S. Department of an elector, and once as a free-
grams and permanent Jobs. Labor for representatives of holder.. years of physical nothingness, I never lost respect

The article advises people A third story "Urba.nLoans Nations from throughout "One who is not a freeholder -, for my parents. I never referred to themas

working with the disadvantaged fit : Interest in Social Pro- world. or one choosing not to sign my "old lady" or my "old man."
that, "The most effective outllneshow$2billlonln- the affadavit," Braterman

message is one stated in clear, vested by is the insurance Phyllis Wheatley added, "will be permitted to I knew they were trying. And I felt that
simple English. Keep if industry being spent othelp vote in only one place--the
it all retained and
revltallze-the Nation's central through they a pride dignity
honest, keep it,s Imp le,and same place open to all
keep it addressed to the target cities. Art & Social voters." that no social structure could destroy. It was

group." ber Other articles in the Octo- The extra space on the voting my parents who taught me how to be black and

The article says the biggest issue"Building: ClubAt 'machine will be "lockedout" proud. It was my parents who constantly re-
Up Minority
mistake anyone can make in for all non-freeholders.
dealing with disadvantaged Contractors," a report on a New ov a na nt Presbyterian Florida law states only minded me: "You are no better than anyone

is to assume that they are not training program in Bedford- Church, 1221 NW 43rd freeholders may vote on pro- else-and no one else is better than you 1" '
Stuyvesaut for nonwhite construction Street. Guest speaker Miss
posals having to do with taxa-
bright slmplybecause their
grammar is not correct. contractors seeking Alice E. MoorepresidentFlorida tion. However, the law has Today, the world is full of cynics who sneerat
The article concludes that, to learn how to bid successfully Ass. of Women's been contested in court. this kind of feeling and sentiment. Being

"The solution to the communications for larger industry. Clubs, Inc. The double space will give black I have as much reason as anyone to join
"New Craftsmen For An All Federated Clubs as well
Metro officials both votes. If
problem that exists
between America's establish- Old Art," a description of ap- as the public are invited.Mrs. both are either for or againstthe them. Being realistic with standards of my
prenticship training lathe. Wilhemenia Sands, president "proposal," it would not own-I won't I Nobody has proved to me that

__ -- matter if a future court deci- violence, disrespect,'and downgrading decency
: i sion struck the law from the have done anything to help the social status and
__ ___ books In any case, another
dignity of black people.
election and additional expense -

0 0 tl r.a in avoided. But don't read me wrong]! I am an advocateof
The "proposal"would allow
the Dade County Board of Black Power. Black Power through educa-

Commissioners, acting as the tion and reform. ... not revolt. To me, Black

Dade County Port Authority,to Power must start with black pride and black
levy a tax, not to exceed one
dignity. Without these two ingredients.. .
mill, for a two-year period on
all taxable property in Dade youtve'got black nothing. No bull. Just fact!

9J County for the purpose of financing '.
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18 THE MIAMI TIMES, Friday, October 31, 1969
.-------------------------------------- "C" School Observes
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; G. W. Carver Primary

j State Attorney Richard E. Gerstein ,
Jr. High
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I ', : United Nation's DayThe

'! Visits Brownsville Jr. HiahI I Hundreds of parents flocked
I to Carver Jr. High School last
School. On Friday evening at
w pupils in the Orange Pod
I CAPS program at a. 1 Thursday night, for the initial of Primary "C" observed 7:30 the Physician from the

Brownsville Jr. High Schoolis i parent-teacher-student night. United Nation's Day with a Urban League Center will
their
Students accompanied by
moving at full speed. All of parents waited anxiously for colorful parade of children serve as a guest consultant in
the VIPS at the school are determined the American Red Cross Home
from lands. There were
many
parents to receive their report
to make it work.The attractive costumes repre- Nursing class being directedby
VIPS include lathe cards. Mrs. Willie Mae Hannah.
A
everyone senting various countries.
Prior to receiving the report -
school from the principal to cards spokesman gave a brief but The Beginners Spanish
ageneralassembly -
the entire student class started on Tuesday under -
body. was held in the auditorium.Mrs. interesting talk on the purpose
On last Monday, States At- sN Dorothy Bowman, guidance of United Nation's Day. the tutorage of a Bay of
torney Richard E. Gerstein a counselor for sixth and Nations being representedwere Pigs Veteran, Mr.Mario Gar
assured the youngsters of the Miss. J.M. Williams and cia. This class originated be-
eighth grades, rendered the
school that opportunities cause many persons expressed -.
welcome address. Mrs. Gray, T. Brown (Liberia), R.McKe-
await them once they have a desire to learn Spanish
our Principal, and Mr. Bruce nlze (Guatemala),Norris Ash-
completed their education. because of their daily occupation -
ley (Japan), Nathaniel Styles
Hammersley, our new Assistant -
Each day there are becoming self-Improvement of for
Principal, also extended (American Indians), Reginald
more and more citizens with traveling purposes. There is
greetings and requested the Bovan (Mexico), J. Osborne
whom they can Identify be- contlnous and free enrollment'
and Pamela Chisolm
USA
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help and support of,all members ,
cause of the contributions that of the Carver family in I (Ethiopia). Also participatingwere for high school equivalencyand

they are making to our society.Mr. order to help our children Adrian Humes, Dolene adult basis education

Gerstein endorsed perform to the best of their Goring, Harriet Matthews, classes.
Brownsville's CAPs program ability. Parents and teachers Reginald Williams, Andrls Contact Mr. Franklin Clark,
because he too knows that Harris Dixon Community School Director,
were urged to make the children Chiquita ,Ly-
character and attendance produce their first concern. nette Kelly and Belinda Ar-, at Primary "C" Community

success. He told the stu- Mrs. Frankle S, Rolle, rlngton. Teachers who directed School 757 NW 66 Street and
dent body that no longer do avail of the
r nlghth grade counselor,intro- the affair were Miss John- yourself challenging -
they have to shy from events at this
away 1session duced new and old teachers to nie Mae WllliamsandBarbara taking place
leaders and officials, because the parents. Rodriquez.. educational center.
they stand with open arms Mr. Charlie Williams
Following the assembly Many exciting things are ,
awaiting to give the young- dividual groups of parents taking place In the CommunityAmerican Principal.
sters the and
leadership guidance -
,
congregated in various classrooms -
that they need to suc-
ceed in this competitive world. to discuss the progressof
their cnlldren with teachers. Education WeekAt
After the assembly, Mr.Gerstein' .
This particular activity resulted -
stood in the midstof
In the organization of
the Brownsville Jr. High Carver ElementaryThe
the homeroom mother's club.
.
band - -
while they serenaded the following the assembly Gerstein continuing to encourage Parent attendance reachedan
group with beautiful strains of Carver Elementary Public Schools will be closed
program. our youngsters, we are all-time high. The Interest,
"Yesterday. CAPS Is doing everything sure that once they completetheir shown by the people in the School family is making big Tuesday November 11th).

As with all or me otner VIPS within its power to minimizethe studies here, they will community probably accountsfor plans for the observance of Co Monday night of that week 'I J

and public officials visiting exceedingly high dropoutrate be well able to cope with that Carver's High attendance American Education Week; the pupils and teachers will

,Brownsville this school year, that has stigmatized our larger world that they must.,quota. Carver rates in the top which will begin November 9th present an entertaining pro-

the children enjoyed an Informal fine school so unnecessarily. enter when they leave the ten of all the Jr. High schoolsIn and end November 15th this gram at 8:00
chat and autograph With fine oeonle like Mr small world of Brownsville. Dade County. year. The national theme this p.m.

.year is "Better Education.,. At Carver Elementary we

Your Job," firmly believe that an affirmative -

Girl Scouts To Collect Beer Cans Saturday Our activities at Carver and active relationship

AMERICAN Elementary will begin Monday between the community and the

\ Saturday, November 1st is, considerate people. Most lit- Invited to Join Girl Scout Can November 10th. We Invite all school Is the best way to provide -

Girl Scout Can Do Day.MJXX ter is trash, but allaluminumcans Do Day. When picking up Hal- our relatives, friends and interested our pupils with a better

.rt Girl Scouts have voluntarily are valuable. Discarded loween litter,separate the all- persons in the! com- education. Show them how

r. signed up to participate in the.. all-aluminum cans pie pans, aluminum, give it to your' munity to visit us Monday, much you caret Come out and

collection of discarded un l.". cleans TV dinner trays or neighborhood troop or take It Wednesday, Thursday, and see them in action.If .

gum beverage cans. The day aluminum foil will be deposited to one of the 200 Goodwill box- Friday during the week of No- you welcome children,...

HOLMES ELEMENTARYThe after Halloween was selectedfor in the 200 Goodwill collec- es located in your favorite vember 9, 1969. (Dade County we welcome you; anytime.

this project because Girl tion boxes located throughoutthe shopping center. The big,yel- I
public is cordially invited Scouts are aware that there county. The aluminum will low Goodwill trucks will run I
to Holmes Elemen-
Join will be an extra amount of litter be shredded, packaged and all day Saturday November 1st
School in their observance
tary family that day. Also, service to sold to Reynolds Metals Co. making special pick-ups from
of American Edu-
the community is the way they thus providing paying employ- the Goodwill boxes.
cation week 9-15
Nov. spec- have choosen to celebrate the ment to handicapped Goodwill Mrs. Bessie Smith,1140 NW
ial activities have been
plan- birthday of their founder, Ju- workers Reynolds melts down 59th St. is the chairman of this
ned for each
day. liette Low.Collection. the aluminum scrap and putsIt project in the Ixora neighbor- savemoney

The theme for the week is bags have been to work again. 13,000 Girl hood. She has 1000 Girl Scouts

"better education--your Job"R. distributed to the 13,000 Girl Scouts and hundreds of adult in the neighborhood from Ntt

Holloman, V. Williams, Scouts who will be picking up Scout leaders from the Girl 20th St. to NW 95th St.actively -
,Scout engaged in Can Do Day.
reporters. litter left lying about by less Council of Tropical
Florida are helping to make'

South,Florida more beautiful,
providing employment for VWITH

handicapped workers and put-
ANNOUNCING ting a useful metal back to OUR

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THE MIAMI TIMES Friday, October 31, 1969 19'


Urban League To Make Human Relations' Awards SBA Names McZier


Whitney M. Young, jr. has i chairman I
accepted an Invitation to be the ]Pastor of,the Rev. Harold Long chairman of arrangements." est Qivilian award. He is a } Assistant Administrator
guest speaker at the eleventh i Open Door Church of the "n'$ the affair nobody wantsto lecturer and writer and is the _
annual Equal Opportunity Din- Father Kenneth miss and Whitney Young Is author of two books: "To Be Arthur McZier,3.-year- sistant and Acting Assistant
ner of the Urban League of the man everybody wants'to Equal" and "BeyondRacism old expert in domestic and international Administrator for thei
Greater Miami. This affair hear. There positively will be ," published this summer. marketing, wa agency's Minority Enterprisesince
which has become traditionalwith no tickets on sale at the door." In his first book Young pro- appointed Assistant Ad- December 1968.
the local Urban League Is Since assuming the post of posed a national crash pro- ministrator this week for the t "McZier is extremely
likely to attract upward of 1-, Executive Secretary of the Na- gram which he calked a "do- Small Business Administra- knowledgeable in all SBA pro-
000 participants It will be tional Urban League Young mestic Marshall Plan" for tion's Minority Enterprise i I grams and is highly qualified
held Saturday evening, No- has aggressively transformed Negroes. It was one 01 the or i- Program. to handle the duties Involvedin
vember 15, In the spacious Assembly what was predominantly a gins of Johnson's War on Poverty this assignment," Sandoval

Room of the Dupont "middle class" organizationinto He also is a memberof said.
plaza Hotel.A one that is now deeply engaged seven Presidential Commissions Sandoval said McZier has
in the grass-roots problems in the last two ad- played a major role in chartIng -
feature of the Equal Opportunity of Negro ghettoes Un- ministrations. a course for the agency's

Day observance'will der his guidance, the organization In accepting the invitation ..,'''IfIf! -' minority business programs: ,

be the awarding of plaques to t IM4 has grown to 94 affiliate as guest speaker, Young declared resulting in meaningful as-
those who have made outstanding S. +r s in 34 states and the Dis- mat there is a continuing ,/; ........ sistance to the nation's mi

contributions to the con- trict of olumbia.Young Is the need for the observance of .. ; : nority-owned small business.McZier .
cept of equality In the field of recipient of numerous honor- Equal Opportunity : was responsible for
-- Daybe-
human relations. The Awards ary degrees and awards from cause there are still too many '......,.:,oc. .J'.f.... .. establishing SBA's new"Ope-
WHITNEy YOUNG colleges and ,;, ration Business
Committee is headed by Commander universities and well-intentioned whites who '.' Main-

David Bolton.assistedby Major of the Church of the Incarnation has probably opened more obviuosly feel that the pas- ;; stream," which brings all the
Senator Harry P. Cain and doors to the preferential hir- ;;'' Sy *,1" programs and services of foe
(. ;
and Elder Jacob sage of a few laws, importantas ,, :. ;
Charles Mitchell. The committee Cohen of A.M. Cohen Temple. ing of Negroes than any other they are, are removing the < 'l ; r agency together in a coordi-
that will selected the "Reservations have exceeded individual. He was selected Inequalities which exist in nated effort to give maxlmim
Family of the year consistsof all expectations" declared -- last January by President America. Miami cannot be the \\ thrust to its Minority Enter-

Mrs. H, Franklin W liams, I Lee. A. Tafel. general: Johnson to receive the Medalof land of sunshine as long as the prise activities.
Freedom the nation's high* Before his appointment with
black clouds of hate and the ARTHUR McZIER,
stormy gales of'prejudice are SBA, McZier worked with the
not subsided by'reason and In making the announcmentSBA Department of Commerce Office -
brotherhood said Young. Administrator Hilary of Foreign Direct Investments ,
Looking for Sandoval, Jr. said McZier has for approximately eight
,. "' Psalms 19 been serving as'a Speical As- months.
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Just the right
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.,. STOP LOOK, WRITE
'" : Chrtstma Send $3 for my oil and mes -
1 { sage. I am the son of one
'. ) p card of the Seven Sisters of Native Miamian AppointedTo
\ New Orleans. Come to my
't"'j ((1f. '.,' office anytime and I will
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((1: ., '' help you.
:( f;I\\ :;\ '/:"," REV. WM. WYNDER Columbia University

';'1 ;! !(' 1 .&v ,,,, 303 NW 2nd StreetFt.
\ ''I' Lauderdale Fla.33311
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( ; : 't" \ ; ,r r.ry. Ft. Lauderdale, Fla. 33311 James E.(Jim)Bryan of Miami <\\fA.,1./,; -. \
::1: "4' :' : -'iIotj" has been named associate i. :" .'\
progessor of physical education -
:' and athletic trainer at Columbia
\ yS+ University in New York

City.Raised
\ '}'., "tf" in Miami,Bryan,28, n6
I*I ; received his bachelor
>. degreein
s\,;f "
57 \ ..,)\ ". i\ (fr ROOM physical education at Cen-

.t; '.'1'4',1. .. ", .., OUTFITSFURNITURE tral State University (Ohio)
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,I .' ,. "W9". t.". -'ff" ,.. ,'f' "" ...,,, and his masters degree from
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", .. Ohio State University.
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'..,- .. Prior to his appointment at
,.;.; ,, .. ? Columbia, he was Instructor in '
::. ,, Physical Education at Tennessee
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ii' {<:: :M) ., ':,it :,:.11":; \;) OWN WE CARRY ACCOUNTSSPACIOUS OUR State where University for he'also served in Nashville as }

trainer the Olympic,
DRESSER,CHtsfORIOOKCASIHIA0.. "Tiger Belles" track team. JAMES BRYAN

II ere'8 why \'. :,' BOARD. mOWS,1MUDO He has also worked as School, both in Nashville,Ten
LAMPS SOFA IIP'AHOMATCMNO health educator for the Me-
:' nessee.
.
Of Alt N CHOKlOP I
( you'll want to' COIOIIS Mtlf T IUS, tropolitan Health Department Bryan, is married to the
COCKTAIL TAtU AND 2-DEG
coach at ball
ORATOR UMTS. ATAKTMMt : and basketball former Mickey Rutledge, who
select a TIASTIP4O SIZE DINETTE HAIRi WITH...4 CON. xchm91 Pearl Senior High is also a Miami native.


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THE MIAMI TIMES, Friday, October 31, 1969 21


Approves 10 Year Ain't Nothing But MONEY/ You SAVE At


$8,540,000 ProgramBethuneCookman FREDDY'S SUPERETTE ie h'a"w


,FARMBEST FARMBEST
College tion and repair of present Southern College, Lakeland, SUNSHINE
trustees in their annual tall buildings, $300,000. the only other four year Me- MILK BUTTER
meeting recently approved a' More than half of the anti- thodist Institution in the state SUGAR
projected 10 year capital cipated cost of the program-- other than B-CC, in a feasibility GALLON PLASTIC, MILK
needs program for the college $4,500,000 is listed under the study. JUG 5 %LB.
totaling $8,540,000.The long range heading in Dr. The study will cost $10,000of SACK
project containingneeds Moore's report. which Florida Southern will 390
considered both urgent There pay $7,500 and B-CC the rest.It 99C Qr.15C LIMIT 1
are only three items
and long range, was approved ; will explore means of raising WITH
a new dormitory to house 300
Wednesday I after a two day funds SSOOORDER
students to support the Institutions _
$1,400,000 endown-
meeting of 27 members of the ; according th Dr.
45 member board ontheB-CC ment, $3,000,000 which will be Moore. GRADE
campus..!, needed to supplement the pre-
Referred to the
nominating
Two of the major Items sent $200.000 figure, and committee of the board was a FABG1A :T 49C CUTVJPFRYERS
under "urgend needs" in Dr.Moore's such improvements as to the campus, request to review the bylaws BOLD 2 9 C
landscaping, drive- IB
annual report to the about a request that two
ways and walkways, LIMIT 1 WITH
$100,000.The
trustees are a college library members each be named to the TIDE '
estimated to cost $1,200,000and board of trustees also board from the Student Gov- ES.000RDER
a$1,400,000 coeducational approved a revised ,budget of ernment Association, National -
dormitory to house 300 $2,545,456 for the 1969-70 Alumni Association and the SEE ALL LARGEMEAL
students. fiscal year, which doesn't include college faculty. Dr. Moore SPARERIBS $10.95
Other needs listed as urgentare anything for capital Im- said adecisionwillbean- .ft*
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social science and busi- provements, Dr. Moore noted. nounced at the board's March, or 3 3 I\\
ness adminstration ic I as s- When last year's budget of 1970 meeting. "3 C8 C MEDIUMSMALL00'tiGRITS

room buildings, $350,000; increase $2,213,191 was adopted,it was One of the festivities duringthe S $13.95
in faculty and staff salaries said to be the higest in the trustees meeting was the EVERYDAY PRICE SPARERIBS
$300,000; scolarsh Ip history of B-CC. ,unveiling, of a portrait of Mr.
aid, $200,000; college infirmary The boardapproveda reso- Judge Hopson Reynolds grand ROSEDALE FARMBEST
$200,000; and renova lution to cooperate with Fla. exalted ruler of the Bene- CREAM STYLE
volent Protective Order of FRUIT

Pepsi Premieres Third Elks the main from speaker Philadelphia at the,meet-was CORN bfO $1, 90

DRINKSy'6ALCTN.
I Ing. Mr. Robinson cut the rib
bon at the ceremonies. The
Negro History AlbumPepsiCola The Julia E. Robinson
Memorial Music Hall is named MEDIUM BRISKET PORK
Company this Research and album liner for the late wife of Peter
week premiered Its third Ne- notes for the record were done Robinson, Jacksonville, who SPARERIBS
gro history album In six years by Dr. Elsie M. Lewis,chair- gave an initial $50,000 for the BONES 1
at a gala luncheon Detroit's man, Department of History at project. The building costing LB 2 5C LB

Latin Quarter.The Howard University in Wash- nearly a half million dollars, :.
luncheon was attendedby ington, D.C.Dr.Lewis received houses the entire college JUST AN EVERYDAY PRICE
some 600 civic, educa- her A.B. degree from Fisk music department. The 10,568
tional, clergy and business University in Nashville,Tenn. square foot structure is air
B A
LARGE
leaders invited from the entire She took her M.A. degree at conditioned and soundproof.Mrs. GULFSTREAM J
state of Michigan.Frank Peck, U.C.L.A. and received Ph.D. .. Robinson was not a L doz'
Vice President and General from the University of B-CC aluma, but knew of the BREAD EGGS
Manager of the Metropolitan Chicago.In college's work through her OpF 19C 980
Bottling Company of Detroit her program notes, Dr. membership in the United Negro ,
acted as host at the affair. Lewis writes that, among College Fund in Jackson-
Entitled "The Afro- Blacks, "Fear that the rising ville.
: American's Quest For Education generation could grow up in 7 '
I ," the new album traces ignorance was an Important
\ I. the Black man's quest for edu- factor in the Blacks quest for Immediate Excellent
cation from Africa of 300 education. Openings Earnings Opportunities
years ago right down to the "By the time of the Revolu-
present Black student academic tionary War there was a small,
activities., well-defined group of Afro- Earn Minimum $8,445 Per Year
Some of the record's highlight Americans, slaves and free,
Include the Black man's who could read and write."
capture in Africa, his subse- Dr. Lewis was at today's
quent trans-Atlantic voyage to festivities. Detroit was se-
the West Indies where, for lected for the occasion be- MTA BUS OPERATORS
about three years he would be cause an all-black, Detroit-
"educated" in the routines of based company, Highlights
slavery and then on to his ultimate Radio Productions, producedthe
destination, America, album for Pepsi-Cola (HEW WAGE RATES EFFECTIVE OCTOBER I n
where he would be sold to the Company. (AVERAGE 44-HOUR WORK WEEK)
highest bidder. Pspsl-Cola's first album,
The album also brings out "Adventures ID Negro Hist-
the interesting facts that many ory," was,re leas edin1963. Starting Base Rate '.$3.01 Per Hour
Black men and women went to Also produced by Highlights
Europe Inpre-CivilWardays Radio Productions, this album
for their educations and that concentrated on the many After First Six Months ,$3.14 Per Hour 't
Black Americans who have
before the Civil War, Black
people were actually successful contributed to the cultural, ,
in forming their: own college educational and technological After Next 12 Months $3.28 Per Hour "
Wllberforce, in Ohio. growth of this country. .
Volume two, released in
1966, is tltled"TheFrederick
LUCKY LENNY'S Douglass Years" and concen- ;
Plus '
Cash Allowances
WEEKLY REPORT trates on that period, 1817- Many .
I 1895, when Douglass lived. .. ,
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22 THEMIAMI TIMES, Friday, October 31, 1969rSMEMORIALSDEATfl



11 i: I I III IN loving MEMORIAMIn memory of our CARD family OF of the THANKSThe late JESSE ALBERT GRAY of 1431 NW 71

husband, father, and grandfather MRS. FLOSSIE PRICE Street 2. Was held In Besse-

-. ----.- who departed this life Thurs- man, Ga. Remains was sent to
day, October 16, 1969 wish to Besseman, Ga. Friday morning -
their appreciation and at 9:45 a.m. Among his
II CARD OF THANKS IN MEMORIAM 4 express
IN MEMORIAM
thanks to the many friends and survivors, are Mrs. Betty

r The family of the late In loving memory of our relatives who came to their Jean Gray, wife, mother, Mrs.

MRS. CAROLINE ROBERTS, dear daughter and our sister, comfort and aid during their Carrie Hatch; four sisters,
Mr. Gray died October 17.
period of bereavement. Your
wish to express their sincere
thanks and appreciation to the F-- 1 many cards, letters, tele-

many friends, for their visits, grams, floral pieces,prayers, JOSEPH DANIEL of 4652
NW 23rd Ave. Date of death
and visits added immeasurable -
calls donations flowers telegrams
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,
October 19 at Jackson Me-
and during comfort to each member.We .
their hours of prayers bereavements. would like to thank Rev. morial Hospital.Survivors Include -

Special thanks to our pastor, A.H. Larkett, the members of one brother, Willie
Elder R.L. Woodfork Mrs. Mt. Pleasant Baptist Church of Henry Pollock; sister-in-law,

t.."" Juanita Floyd and M. Lawson a Tr Goulds, Florida for the very Laura; one niece; two nephews -

and neighbors of 158th Street, e fine service. Also we would and six uncles, Rev. Joe
%
like to thank the North side W. Pollock, Rev. Vivian Pol-
'
also to
the Funeral
,::, :: : Range lock Al Fred Coy Willie and
Funeral Home. ,
> Home for services rendered.Mrs. .
Ail'I(, ',,fa. .I The W.C. Pollock; four sisters,
41. REGINALD PAYNE familyIN Lee Bertha, Nena Bell, Ma-
Lucille Jordan
family
!I"" '''K who departed this life Oct.28,, mie McGriff, and Mord Ella

LECIA DEAN Mrs. Eloise Whltaken, f.fAb 1965.A M EMOR lAM Jones. Services wereheldsat.at .

family ( loving, smiling face we lov- late 3:30 p.m. at First Baptist
of the
In memory .__
Demember .x 4'.. ed to see, i. Brownsville. With burial in
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And a voice we loved to hearIs
Lincoln Memorial Park.
rest at Key West, Fla. ,Nov. IN MEMORIAMIn ,MRS. LEOLA CAMBRIDGEwho stilled.
1 1968. departed this life Oct.21 M 's
,
memory oiELLIOTT 1965. A place is vacant in or home. JAKE YARBOROUG of 2460

Which never can be filled. NW 63rd St. #E died October
Charles Dean, husband yt. (: y x9t5 Asleep in Jesus, precious
Some may think you are 18 at Jacksw Memorial Hos
Ernest Saunders, brother sleep, from which none ever ,
Sarah Wallace, sister. wakes to weep. we loved her forgotten, though on earth you pital. His survivors wife,
are no more, but in memoryyou Mrs. Bell Yarborough two
well, but Jesus loved her best. ;
are with us, as' you always sons, one daughter,six grand-
: IN MEMORIAMIn were before.
children. Services were held
Mrs. Eva A. Bethel, mother
loving memory of, Mrs. Beatrice V. Miles, sis. Monday in the Liberty City
The Payne Family in Ever-
Mrs. Marie Y. Richardson, Chapel. Interment

: 4 4wS. sister green Cemetary.

E *1I Eustace A. Bethel, brother CARD OF THANKSThe
A nieces and nephews CURTIS MARTIN of 11351
SW 216 Street, Goulds, died
i 3. s x IN MEMORIAMETHEL family of the late October 15, Services were
; : MR. JOSEPH BERRY FRANK MENNB, JR. held Sat. at 2:30 p.m. in our

BREZETTA SANDS who departed this life October Perrine Chapel. Burial Pa-

r m" who passed to the richer life who detailed this life Sept. 16.,, 28, 1968. Loving memories of radise Cemetary.
on October 29,1968. Your 1969 wish to express sincere you will never fade from our'

quiet ways and loving smile thanks to all of our neighborsand hearts. May he rest in peace. MRS. MABEL PATTERSONof

will always be remembered.You friends,who helped to con- 444 NW 7th St. #6 died Oct.
have walked the last sole and comfort us by extend,I The family 21. Survivors include a devoted -

mile of the way, now you're ing your heart felt sympathy daughter, Mrs. Bessie

resting at the close of your during our recent bereave- CARD OF THANKSThe Keyes; one granddaughter,
MRS. LOUISE GEORGE JOHN PIEZE day, in the Joy that awaits forth ment, through cards, letters, Mrs. Mable "Spence; five
who departed this life on Nov. who slipped away from us into Faithful. Rest in Peace. telegrams, telephone calls and family of the late greatgrands and eight great

1, 1968. eternal rest Oct. 27, 1962. beautiful flowers and all the -' ,- greatgrands. Services was

to Memory is a treasure houseof Sadly missed by t.lmilYand. The family acts of kindness shown us. held Sat. at 11 am in the LI-

happy thoughts of the one friends. Special thanks to Rev. A. berty City Chapel., Burial in

we loved. ., V CARD OF THANKS' Ranels and members of,.St. v 1'z; Lincoln
Loving memory of1 you CARD OF THANKS //* Matthews Freewill Baptist
The family of the late, } MRS. LOLA MAE CARTERof
will never fade from our Church.
YVONNE CLARK WILSON
1580 NE 154th Street.North
hearts. We wish to thank the many Leaving to mourn
who departed this life Oct. 13, Miami died
October 23. Sur-
Rest in relatives, friends, and acquaintances Annie Mae Berry, wife ,
peace.
1969 wishes to thank the
many vivors husband
Mr. Tommy
for their kind ex- Mr. & Mrs. James Berry, ,
friends and who
pression of sympathy shownus neighbors and in-law Carter, three daughter,
Eddie George, husband son daughter
came to share with us duringour
Gloria
E. Reeses Madame
during our moments of sor four grandchildren Allen ,
Vera Wyche, daughter hours of bereavement.A ,
Denise Shorn and Rolsen Shirley Carter andRubyJewel ?
Charles Wyche, son-in-law ,
row.The very special thanks to Carter six
sons Freddie
Kathryne Wyche many cards,telegrams, Mary, aunt ; ,
,
Rev. A. D. Hall, Sr.and mem- Charlie Albert
granddaughterEliza flowers and most of all th help Mr. & Mrs. Floyd Gibson, f 1 i.Fr9 ,Copeland,and
bers of Ebenezer United a
Wilbert
will be Mr. & Mrs. Yarberg and Carter; Eugene Wil-
M. Johnson, aunt given always rem m- ,
Methodist Church Mr. H.
; bert, and Willie James Carter;
bered. Brown sisters-
&
Mr. Mrs. ,
Francis and Ellis Robinson otRichardson's
Let us not forget humanitarian in-laws & brothers-In-laws one son-in-law, JimmieR
CARD OF THANKS Funeral Home, nieces and nephews, and a e es e; one brother, Albert
BTW Fellowship Club, BTW host of friends. ., ', Green; six grands. Services
The family of the late JOHN ROBERT McCRAY PE department, 71CPE class ----.0 d were heldTuesdayat 300pm.

wish WILLIE to express NORTON sincere, JR.thanks who died October 13, 1969. Lady Hadley's chapter #137 Sleep on Joe sleep on NORMA- SHELBA NEALY from Trulmpo Church, Opa-

and appreciation to their many Gone but not forgotten. May of the Eastern Stars, nurses And take a good 'rest yes who departed this life Oct.22,' locka. Interment in Evergreen

,friends for their acts of kind- he forever rest in peace. Bordon and Anderson, DI&DContractor's We loved you but God loves 1969 2 a.m. at Mt. Sinia Hos- Memorial Cemetary.

ness, cards, calls, flowers, Kathleen S. McCray, wife employees, you best pital wish to express our sincere HUBERT RIETTIE of 1328
neighbors and friends of 50th
visits and prayer during their Anita Jordan and Jean A she, thanks and appreciationto NW 38th St. died October 25,
daughters St., and 27th Ave.; and every- all our friends and neigh- at Jackson
hours of bereavement. All of The familyCARDOF Memorial Hospital.
these deeds certainly help to Staff/Sargeant William one who sent floral pieces, bors for heartfelt sympathy I Survivors Include, wife Mrs.
cards, telegrams and letters. shown in recent hours of
Lawrence son our Vivan Riettle
comfort and lighten our THANKSThe ; one daughter,
May God bless all of you.
the
bereavement
burdens. through many ,Annette Riettle; six sons, Edwin -
The Clark Family cards, flowers, food,calls and Walford
Special thanks to the Miracle IN MEMORIAM Charles Edward,
family of the late other acts of kindness.Special
Prayer Band 3-Warner Albert Riettle Jr. LoronzoM.
,
In
of our son and
staff of Mt. Sinai Hospital and brother memory CARD OF THANKSWe ANDREW W. THOMPSON thanks to the doctors, nurses, Chester, Renalton Osey,
would like to take this methodto
the House of Albert, Miami, pediatrics and surgical LC.V. 'and Sandy Demaraes.Remains
Fla. Also Rev.R.M.Younmansand the family of the late express their heartfelt at Mt. Sinia H 0 spit a 1. Mrsj :will be put in home Friday at
MYRTLE MADGE JOHNSON thanks 'for all forms of kindness Mockey, principal at NathanB.
Young Funeral Home, 6 p.m.for viewing until funeral
Ridgeland, S.C. i wish to express our sincere shown them during their Young School and Rev. I time Saturday at 3 p.m. in the
*< May God forever bless you thanks and appreciation to our recent hour of bereavement.Your Macon and First Baptist, also Liberty City Chapel.
all; neighbors and friends for all calls, cards, telegramsand the Young Funeral Home.
acts of kindness rendered to us beautiful flowers and other Parker mother Services for burial for AN-
Pamela
Mr. & Mrs. Henry Polite during our recent bereave- acts of kindness were appre- Doretha Parker, Smith, DRE SMITH of 1880 All Baba
parents J ment. ciated. Ave., Opa-locka died October

Emma L. Spearman, We offer special thanks to Mr.grandmother& Mrs. Otis;: Latimer, 26. Parents, two sisters, Pa-
Elouise Cooper, Birdie Wa- Fr. Lards and all organizations Special thanks to Rev. A.D. godparents tricia Ann, Carolyn Christine

ters, Beatrice Brown, of St. Agnes E. Church. Hall, Ebenezer United Pastor- Nadine Marshall; god- Smelt, six brothers, Larry,
Elizabeth Wright and Lillian Also to all faternal organiza- Aid board, Jr. usher board, mother James, Theodis, Gregory,

j* E. Jefferson, sisters; tions we offer sincere thanks Methodist Youth Fellowship, And the Parker; family Bruce and JefferySmith;
ws Benjamin, Alexander, for flowers, telegrams, let- Ebenezer senior usher board grandparents Mr.ft Mrs.Oscar
+ James, Roosevelt and Val- ters, cards and all other deedsof No.1, Lady Hadley ChapterNo. Smltn; grandparents;'Mr. and

joan Norton, brothers. kindness. To the Rahming 137OOES., Douglas HOUSE OF ALBERT Mrs. Warden Coffee.Remains

VALGENE SHANNONwho Funeral Home and staff for Elementary School P.T.A, MRS. ALOU1SE WILLIAMS will be shipped to Albany, Ga.

departed this life Oct. 19, kind efficient service rendered Pallberries Lodge No. 67 and of 3341 NW 211st St.died Oct. Friday morning.MRS. .

IN MEMORIAMOf 1967. we say thank you and pray Rahmlngs and staff for the 19, at Jackson MemorialHospital. ADDLE JOHNSON of
Maybe rest in peace and that God will bless you. wonderful service render. Survivors Include, hus- 15010 Duval Ave.died October

our dear mother, light perpeivai snore on mm, To my motherA May God bless each of you, band, Moses Williams; three 25. Survivors include, husband -

CATHERINE DUNCOMBE again thanks to everyone. son, Bernard Williams, Bert Johnson, Sr., one
who departed October Mr. & Mrs. AldlneShannon, voice I love is stillA Moses, Jr., Jerry Williams; son Bert Johnson, Jr., grand-
26, 1968. parents place Is vacant In our home Pauline Thompson, wife; three daughter, Mozell Ste- mother, Addle Holfield, one

This brings a very special Alice Lee, great grandmother Which no one else can fill. Beverly Ann Thompson, vens, Debbie Louise Williams, sister, Rose M. Woods; six

j prayer Out God will keep you daughter; Carolyn Bobee, three aunts, brother, Sidney Terry, Jr.,

In his care. Lillle Rowles, grandmother Myrile R.. Lee, daughter Howard Thompson, father one cousins.. Services held Eugene, James, John, Willie,
Gone but not forgotten. Wilfred & Gene, sons Robert J. Lee, son-in-law Rosalie Spencer, Augusta, Thursday at 3 p.m. at Apos- and Robert Lee Terry, two

Rhoda and Rhona Shannon, Henrietta Carey, sister Elosle, and Lucilla Thompson polio Church, New Testmentof uncles, four aunts.S I n i c e s

Helen Golden sisters other relatives sisters Christ, Hollywood. are incomplete.7f1 >>



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THE MIAMI TIMES, Friday, October 31, 1969 23

AlbertO RANGE RahmingsDAVE j Man Gets 10 Years For Setting Wife Afire .

WRIGHT of 2030 York ARNOLD TAYLOR of 1256 BYRAE of 595 NW A man who set his wife on Mrs. Eason, 30, testified Ignited the gas.
Street, died October 25, at NW 58th Terrace Apt 15 died !53rd St. died on Oct. 25, In fire was sentenced' to 10 years from a wheelchair. that the The couple's oldest daugh-
Jackson Memorial Hospital. October 22nd in the VA Hospital I Christian Hospital after long in prison Tuesday after being ouple: had an argument over ter, Norva, 15, testified that
Mrs. Druecilla Wright, wife, He is survived by two Illness. He leaves to mourn convicted of assault with intent I none). She said her husband she and her brother Jack,Jr.,
one son, Hubert Wright, Jr. brothers, Alexander Taylor I his wife, Mrs. Veronica By- of commit first decree hen got a two-gallon gasolinean 13, were in the room and saw
three sisters, Mrs.Susie Williams and Lawrence Rahmings; four :rae; two sons, David and Robert murder. : containing one gallon of it happen.
Mrs. Willie Mae sisters, Elreka Hadley, Win!- ; two daughters, Veronica Judge Jack Turner found gas; from the bathroom.She With her clothes aflame,
,Knight and Lucille Wright,five fred and Juanita Bain and Leona O'Berry and Vera Durham;; Jack Eason, 33,a construction said she was standing Ina Mrs. Eason said, she ran
brothers, Alfred, Ollie, Smith; an aunt, two uncles, ucght grandchildren;two sons- worker, guilty in a non-jury L bedroom when he splashed through the house and outdoors -
Charlie, Leo and Henry Lee< and a host of other relatives In-law two daughters-in-law,, trail after less than an hour of the gas on her, then took where neighbors
Wright, seven grands, six Funeral services' will be many other relatives and'testimony., Hatches from her purse and smothered the flames.
uncles, five aunts, and a host Thursday, 2:30 p.m. in the friends. Funeral services The crime occurred on Aug. .
of nelces, nephews and other. Range Memorial Chapel. were held on Thursday morn- 3, 1968, at 3129 NW 57th St.,
Services are being held ing at St. Agnes E. Church,, the home of Eason, his wife, Wife Kills Husband .
Thursday at 2 p.m. Greater JERRY BROOKS of 67111 burial in Lincoln Memorial Battle Mae, and their seven

New Bethel Baptist Church. Ave died accidentally on Saturday Cemetery. children A 26-year-old Miami woman degree murder.
Oct. 25th. He Is survived 1 Friday shot and killed her She said she came home
ARTHURS LEE SMITH of by his parents Mr. j& HENRY JORDAN of 229 NW Husband after coming home 11:10 p.m. and found her hus-
1560 NW 1st Court, died Oct. Mrs. J.T. Brooks, Sr., four 15th St. died in Lincoln Nurs- RichardsonServices :and finding him with another band Frank, 38, with another
25 at Jackson MemorialHos- brothers five sisters ing Home on Oct. 26, after along
another
Samuel
for
T. 'woman, Miami Police said woman in a car parked in the
pltat. Survivors include, one relatives. His remains illness. He is survived b] Carey who resided at 1210 llth Frances Davis, of 1224 NW front yard of their home, ac-
daughter, Gloria M, Smith; will be shipped on Thursday two sons, Charlie and Wllllt Ave. New
Neptune, Jersey, !!59th St. was charged with first cording to officers.
mother, Mrs. Goldie Mae< morning to Dothan, Alabamafor Jordan; one daughter, Janie and who passed Oct.18 in Vet-
Green; father, Mr.L.C.Ferla, final rites and ,burial.! Yates; three grandchildren,12] erans Hospital in East Orange H U'fl 8 I'm fl 8 U rmTtTrmTO Vm'tmTFl
six brother,Eddie,Jr.,Elijah, great-grandchildren; two 'N. J. were held Wednesdayfrom
Willie Lee Smith, Arron Ric- MRS. EMMIE BUSH of 2230 daughters-in-law and other the Church of the Trans WIGS BY
hardson, Frank Green and NW 50th Street. Apt. A died relatives and friends.Funeral figuration. Survivors include
Kenney Green, seven sisters, at Jackson Memorial Hospital services were held Thursday a wife Louise of Nw Jersey; MR WALTERS
Bernice Kendrick, Louise on Sunday, October 26th. She 2:00 p.m. from Mt. Carmel one sister Cleoria, two brothers .
Jackson, Mary Ann Smith, is survived by four children; Baptist Church. Burial In Vernon and Wesley of 6011 N.W. 7th 'Ave. 751-6521
Jelen Jones, Ossle Pearl three brothers, Johnny, Willie !- Evergreen. New York City. ,
Green, Shirley Green,Frankie and Hubert Sands;six sisters Infant boy Robinson of 8321 ''
TOP DUALITY WIGS
Green; two uncles, ,one aunt. Jessie Mae Jenkins,Edna NW 5th Ave., died Oct. 20 at
Remains will be shipped to Stanper, Liza Walter, Young Funeral Jackson Hospital. Services CURLY STRETCH WIGS
Acree, Ga. Friday morning., Thelma Ricks, Bessie Irvin were held Saturday at LincolnM. AFRO NATURALS : -
and Mary Hollis.Remains will Survivors Include '
Home Cemetery. l- 49
DONALD EVANS of 1222 m58th be shipped to Ft. Gaines, his mother Judy Robin- BELOW WHOLESALE PRICES
Street. Survivors Include for final Baby Girl Norma Shelisa EXPERT tr.--'
,Georgia rites and son ; father Earlie Robinson; WIG STYLING
father, Jose Jones, mother burial. Nealy of 14140 NW 22nd ct. two brothers Dennis and Rod- CLEANING & CUTTING
Willie Lee Jones; six sisters, 3pa-locka, Florida died 2:00 rick; two grandmothers and
Josle Jones,Ruby Moore,Joan WILLIE TOWSON of 514 NW a.m. Wednesday morning at two grandfathers.Infant .
Jones, Sharon Clark, Mary Fifth Ave. died October 26th Mount Sinai Hospital. The remains boy Pope of 1521 NW
Jones, and Susan Jones; three at the Lincoln Memorial Nurs- will. lay In repose at the 70th St., died Oct. 20 at,Jack-
brothers, Herbert Evans, ing Home In Goulds, Florida. Young Chapel from 3:00 p.m. son Hospital. Services were
Joseph Jones, and Anthony Among his survivors Include 6:00; p.m. Friday"" Oct. 24, held Monday atLlncolnCeme- ATTENTION!
Jones; four aunts Gussle two sisters, Mamie Bell Towson 1969. Remainli rill lay in repose tery. Survivors include his
Jones, Susie Murphy, Rattle and Emma McIntosh; two at the home from 7:30 mother and other relatives.
Fowler, MildredOsbourne, brothers, Robert and JohnnyC. ; until funeral time 3:00 p.m. Infant girl.Plnkney of 1212 If You're From
two uncles, Willie Williams, Towson and dear-friends, Saturday at The First Baptist NW 1st Pl., died Oct. 25 at
and Lynn Williams. Died Oct. Mr. & Mrs. Henry Stirrup. Church of Bunche Park, Opa- Jackson Hospital. Survivor
25. Funeral services will be Sa- locka, Fla. Rev. W.J. Macon, include her mother, Sarah Georgiaor
turday, llOOa.m.intheRangi pastor officiating. Young Funeral Pinkney. Services will be an-
Memorial Home, directing.
Chapel. nounced.
Survivors: father and Services for Mrs. Ellen West Florida
FRANK .DA VIS, JR. of 1224 mother, Mr. & Mrs. Shelly Kemp, 1901 NW 157th St.,were
Neal grandfather
BAlM NW 59th Street died October Dorsey ; held Tuesday, Oct. 28 from
Mr. Edward M. Nealy two
24th at his residence. Mr. ; the chapel. She ,Is, survived
ED COUCHoU4800Jackson Davis Is survived by his wife, grandmothers, Mrs. Alms bY' her, husband, Ernest stan- You entitledto
Gene Nealy, Mrs. Doreaths are
Richmond Heights
Street In
Frances; four children another ley, Sr. and a son, Ernest Jr.,
expired Oct. 27th at the Vete- relative. Arrange- Parker Smith; step-brother,, five sisters and six brothers.
ran's Hospital Funeral services Anthony E. Nealy; and a host
ments at this time are Incom
wlllbeheldSaturdayNo- plete. of other relatives and friends Special Death

ember 1st, 2:00 p.m. at St.
Paul Baptist Church in Homestead MRS. MAMIE SIMPSON of: repose there after 7:00 a.m. DEATH NOTICE
with Rev. A.C. Mc- 1521 NW 63rd Street died Oct. Stanley Harcourt Robinson, BenefitsFor
Queen, pastor officiating. Remains 28th at her home. Mrs. Simpson son of the late Nathaniel Rob-
will repose in the cha- is survived by a brother,, MRS. RUBY HALL of 1777 inson and Ida Love, was bornin
pel beginning 8:00 p.m. Roosevelt Bryant and a nephew NW 57th St.died Saturday,Oct. Nassau December 6, 1891.
on Friday until 7:00 a.m. on Ulysee Manning and a sister- 25th at Jackson Memorial! He attended Boys Central further information
Saturday. Remains will reposein in-law. Arrangements at this Hospital. Mrs. Hall Is survived School and served as thurifer
the church beginning 8:00am time are incomplete. by her hasband, Murray; a at St. Agnes Anglican Church,
on Saturday until funeral son, Edward Morris; a stepdaughter Nassau.He .
time Saturday afternoon. Sur- MRS. ELIZA WILLIAMS of Selena Moody;stepson came to Miami in the
vivors Include his wife; Mrs. 1354 NW Fourth Ave.died Oct Clarence and two bro- Spring of 1911 but went to Key Call 6917661MR.
Johnnie Couch; daughters, 25th at Jackson Memorial thers, Leroy and Willie Ro West November of that year.
Mrs. Marva Jones and Miss Hospital. Mrs. Williams is berts. Funeral services will On December 12, 1913, he
Marilyn Couch; three sisters; survived by a daughter,Gloria be Saturday, 1:00 p.m. at the married Hilda Irene Adams.To .
four brothers; six grandchildren Artis; a son, Herbert Artis;; St. Luke Baptist Church with this union was born one son,
and a host of other relatives Williams the
four grandchildren Rev. P.W. Kenneth Harcourt Robinson.Mr. .
and friends. brothers and two sisters. pastor, officiating. Robinson a customs
Funeral services were held tailor, opened his own business -
MRS. MAMIE VONADOE Wednesday, Oct. 29th, 2:00 NORMAN C. ROBINSON oi in 1934. He, also taught
CURRY of 6100 SW 66th Terr. ).m. in the Range Memorial 6000 NW 15th Ave. Apt. died In the Vocational Program of
expired Oct. 22nd. Funeral Chapel. Sunday, Octobe 26th at the VA the Dade County Schools for
services were held Sat. Oct. Hospital. Mr.Robinson is sur- 12 1/2 years retiring in June, u 3a

25th atSt Mary's ,Baptist JOSEPH B. SMITH, SR. 'of vived by three, sisters, Mesdames 1963. He had been inactive in
Church with Rev.W.F.TannerSr. .1222 NW 72nd Street died Oct. Maude Johnson, Flo- his business since September
pastor officiating.I Survivors 22nd! at Jackson Memorial rence Rolle and Frances Stevens of that year.
include her husband; Hospital. He is survived by his and a host of.other re- One of the founders of St.
Mr. Perry Curry and several rife, Florence E.; two daughters latives. Funeral services will, Peter's African Orthodox
other relatives and friends. Cynthia Bythewood and be conducted in the Range Me- Church, he remained active
morial Chapel on Saturday there until his
Florence A. Smith; a son, hospitalization
BABY MOOREdaugh- three brothers 4:30 p.m. f n"April of this year.Young's .
Joseph B.,Jr.; ,
John
and Mrs.
ter of Mr.
frank Lloyd and RaymondSmith
,
Moore of 231 Jefferson Drive ti
and
four grandchildren
;
expired Oct. 25th Graveside
,, other relatives. Funeral services -
services were held ThursdayOct.
were conducted on Tuesday -
30th. Funeral
October 28th, 3:00 p.m.
BABY GIRL TAYLOR of 17756 from the St. James A.M.E. MR. LESTER ALBERT, Owner

SW 102nd Ave expired Oct.24 hurch. Home A funeral service'you will always remember,

at Jackson Memorial Hospital. STANLEY HARBOURT ROBINSON I because of a loved one you can never forget,

Graveside services were held of 1943 NW 72nd St. All Baba Ave so you may rest assured when you call the
1732
Thursday Oct. 30th. died October 26th at the House of Albert, if the spirit is right, it is,

Fountainhead Nursing Home. OPA-LOCKA the first step up towards heaven.
AT. Robinson was a retired I
ailor. He is survived by his PHONES: 681-2451 685-1893 11 I House of AlbertWhere
rife, Hilda; five children; a
001HACHEIin sister and a brother and one "A sympathetic & dignified service" service'begins and never ends

t sutr er aunt. Funeral services will be Serving All :2ad, County THREE LOCATIONS TO SERVE YOU

in .seconds Many dentists M millions9HAJCI. rMommindmini d Kith Saturday Peter's ,African 10:00 a.m.Orthodox at the St. 24 Hours 100% Air Conditioned, LIBERTY CITY OPA-LOCKA PERRINE

oRA-is until you |.txoftuionil .. Also listed the 2332810I
trutiMiitorajel ,.M. Church with Cannon Cooper in Miami City Directory 691.7661 685-3533
.eew -J ifficiatlng. He will be taken to
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24 THE MIAMI TIMES, Friday, October 31, 191 69


ALLEN CHAPEL ST. PAUL AME
Greater Bethel Usher'sCelebrates

Rev. F. D. Wright,pastor Rev. T.C. Kelly pastor
Laura Jones Mary M. Amos reporter
reporterA
,
big thank you comes from 19th Annual Tea
9th has been set
November
the women of Allen Chapel for
all of those who helped to make On Sunday, Sept. 28, the o. of Village Green elementary"aside for the Women of St.Paul
I'I their women's day effort one 3 Ushers' Board of Greater School S.W. Mr. L. Bork of AME Instutional Church to celebrate -

of the greatest ever. Special Bethel AME Church celebrated Lester Beauty Salon N. Miami, their Annual Women's
4 t. 1p thanks to the speaker Mrs. their 19th annual tea. They Mr. and Mrs. Norman Zuker Day. Our chairman, Miss Deg

I Willie M. 'Casor and Evange- wish to again say thanks to N. Miami Beach, Rev.Ira Mc- lores Hagan and co-chairman

list Maggie Greene who' delivered 'our many friends for helping Call, WMBM. The president Mrs. Jo An Jerry along with
: such stimulating mes- us make this affair success.. humbly thank all the membersfor the captains of clubs and the
Hats off to Mrs. Naomi Symo- their loyal support, and different committees have
I &rye fait 3tt (Clurrl) ) &undau sages.Attention is now centeredon nette, mistress of ceremony. our honorary members. Rev. worked very hard to make this

our annual conference And Mrs. A. Broome for such M. Green, Mr. M. Barkley, day a great day and one to be
outstanding of Daniel Francis and Prof. remembered.
which will be held Nov. 11-16. program talent.
DRAKE NEWMT.MORIAH Members are now in the To everyone who played a parton Charles Williams Amount
the in raised Thanks
process of preparing for their program any way. $1,162.50.
Rev. A. L, Shipp pastor for The prizes from the contest, again to everyone-
pastor's appreciation a job
Rev. W. Dunn
J. pastor
Mrs. Willie
Evelyn Souter reporterthe Sullivan B. Hezekiah -.
well done. Nov. 10 has been
N. T.Green,reporterThe M. Mozelle. We Mrs. F. Washington presi-
pastor and men of the set aside to honor our pastor. especially -
chairmen, of the various[ church wish to thank Rev.Roscoe thank the following dent, Rev. T. S. Johnson pas-
,committees are asking all Jackson, Rev. Paul Freeman persons Mayor Chuck Hall, tor and Mrs. D. Dorsett, reporter -
members to please remember ST. MARY'SRev. Mr. L. ,
j and Zion Hope Male Strousberg, principal
their duties for our 4th annual 1 I
Women's Day, Sunday, Nov.9. Chorus and each one that par, H. V. Stuart, pastor Y
tic ipated and attended 15th
We were happy to have Sis. our Adele McCray,reporter TEMPLE CHRIST EPISCOPALCanon
annual Men's Day and made it:
Special notice to all choir
Betty Salter back with us, she
was visiting; her ailing bro success.. and usher board members, Baptism will be administered Theodore R. Gibson
Our monthly conference tonight beginning Sunday Nov. 2, all Sunday during the morning rector

ther.Our women's day flowers s! (Thursday) at 8 p.m. uniforms are changed to Wini worship The Lord's Supper Antoinette Silva, reporterOn
will be on sale Sunday.All women we will have baptism services ter uniforms will be administered at this

please get your corsages 1 the second Sunday at 9 1 Please don't forget the din- j time and during the evening. Sunday, November 2, the

rr, from Mrs. Bennett. a.m.The ner sales every Saturday The choirs will serve Jointly. Episcopal Church women will
ST. JAMES AMlTRev. Spiritual Melodies wish sponsored by the Sunday The sails are all set, and observe all Saints Day.During
to thank each one who made School, for delivery call 758- every loyal member is In the the morning service the women MISS DELORES HAGAN

S. L, Gay, pastor their musical program last 1601 and every Sunday after l homerun for Women's Day, will receive cooperate
Nellie Saunders,reporterThe Friday night a success. church the Sunday school Sunday Nov. 9. Temple Wo communion and present their Our chairman said" Mygoal

pastor' wish to thank nursery class will have cup 'men's Choir is being whippedinto United Thanks Offering. All this year is $35,000 and of
the members for the kindness| MATTHEWS cakes on sale. shape for service by Mrs. members are asked to give 'course we can reach this goal

shown him on appreciationnight. i Rev. Randall, pastor Our sick at Home Brother V. Strachan. The speaker one heartily and attend this ser- with the full cooperation from
Wynell Turner reporter Albert Carey, Sisters Ethel
On Sunday, Nov. 9, the pas Our monthly conference i Farrington andEdithDun-1 been selected, and all plans There will be an afternoon 'our many friends" Let us pray
tor is asking all ushers, meeting will be held Thursday combe. :are ready for the works. The of fun,games,dancingand eating that God will bless and help us

choirs and members to accompany night, all officers will be ---....- .- men have pledged to go all the on Saturday, November 1, to reach this goal. Our program
him to Mt. Hermon i AME Church, Ft. Lauderdale.this
service: is scheduled for in the election of officers. i Mr. James A. Long were Joined grounds and will be sponsoredby program for this day plan

3 p.m. Rev. J. B. Blacknellispastor. : All members are being reminded Rev. H.C. Samuels, pastor I in matrimony last Sunday the patrons of Seon Philips, j now to attend St.''Paul November
i that the South Florida Patricia Gowen, reporter evenng at the home of Mrs. 'who is a candidate for the 9th and stay all day.

On Fridaynlghtwewfllhavethe Annual Conference "B" Di- j'-. Clark, with the Rev. L. A. "Acolyte of the Year" contest The Annual Conference will

last Love Feast before the i visionwlll be held at the Bright Sunday Is Holy Communion Thompson, officiating. Attendants Come on out and enjoy your- J I convene at St. James AME
upcomig annual conferenceso Morning Star Free Will Baptist day. Please come out and part- were Mr. and Mrs. C. I Chuch Nov. 11-16.We are asking -
the pastor is asking us to t Church Nov 19-21. You take of the Lord's Supper. 1 Mobley, thebride's uncle and self.Don't forget about the for the full support from

participate in large numbers. :are required to pay the sum The second Sunday in January aunt. She is granddaughter of "Acolyte of the Year" contest. (everyone to help make this a

r". of $2.00, to be In by Nov. 19. is Women's Day. Please 1 Mrs. Esther Campbell. If you have not pledged your I*great conference year.

GRACE -_. .... -- . let us work to make this day a support to'a candidate, pleasedo
> ,? BAHA 15: Ul- MIAMI ,. success. r.DIATl...."..." 110:;." so. We want to make this BIBLE CHURCH
Rev. W. F. Savoy, pastor Baha'is of Greater Miami NEW :an entire church effort. '
The Model Tea of last Sunday will attend the Annual State, KELLY'S CHAPEl BETHEL Get well wishes are extendI'Bishop E.E. Rahming, pastor ;

evening, presented by Convention which will be held Rev. W. K. Smith, pastor I ed to Mrs. Carnette Johnson, Shirley Cooper, reporter
Mrs. Roena',Livingston and the Sunday, Nov.2,at the University Alice S. Irving, reporter J Mr. Clarence Bethel and Mrs. IS

October ites, was enjoyable e, Inn, Gainesville Approximately Rev. W.M.H. Butler pastor The men are grateful for a (Grace: Grace.MEMORIAL. Sunday is Pastorial day. In
occasion. 400 members are expected Marie Carr reporterThe successful men's day, spiritually our evening service at 7:30 I
This Sunday we will begin to attend. and financially. Special p.m. we will take communion.
our church anniversary week The two-fold purpose of the Women would like to thanks to our guest speakers, TEMPLE Tuesday night Bible class,

beginning with our Sunday convention is to step up teachIng thank the choir for a wonder- Otis Sample and Rev.K. Rev. I. C. Mickfns,pator Thursday night regular service -
morning communion service. of the B a h a' i faith in ful musical program renderedIn E. Rogers. Also to the male Lucille Beckett, reporterThe .
The annual church banquetwill Florida and to elect six delegates behalf of Women's Day. chorus of Jordan Grove and the
be held at Miami Springs to the National Baha'i Women. May God bless you male chorus of St. Mary's. women are grateful to. MT. CALVARY

Villa on Friday Nov. 7. Convention which will be held in all of your endeavors for a Deacon Clarence Donnellwas Miss Joan E. Storr and Mr.

a at the Baha'i House of Worship successful Women's Day. named Mr. Greater New Leslie A. Thomas her accompanist Rev. S. Atchison, pastor

GLENDALE in Wllmette, Illinois, Men. Remember the Women Bethel for raising over $600. for such a beauti Phyllis Beal, reporter

April 30 to May 3, 1970. are depending on your help to Deacon Sam Jackson, who has ful affair last Sunday evening.
Rev. J. C. Coates pastor Two greater Miamians, Mr. reach their goal of 300000. won repeatedly took second The women's day committee| The pastor Rev. S.Atchison -

Rutha Harrington reporter Harold Guinyard, assistant Help them. Working with God, place. The grand total exceeded are sponsoring a baby contest, wishes to thank everyone
These men have passed the principal of Norland Sr. High you can do it. the $4,000 goal. the second Sunday at 3 p.m.[ for making his anniversary a
Don't forget the sick please Chairman Prizes will be awarded. success. The day was most
test for deacons: Willie C. School, and Mr.George Savitt, Akins and cochairman -
King Paul Servance John who writes the"Phil Ossofer" visit and pray with and for Hinsey appreciatethe Women's worshipful. Truly the spirit
Everett and Jimmie Weather. column In the Miami Times them Remember: God mea- cooperaton of the members e, was there all day.
01' were elected at the 1968 State sures our loyalty and zeal not and friends. May God working hard to make their Sunday is the Lord's Supper.
JORDAN GROVE Convention. by our words,but by our deeds forever bless vou. :|first women's day a success. The entire public Is Invited to
Mrs. Cora Reid, general:[ worship with us.
Rev. Douglas Cook pastor ,MT. TABOR NEW HOPE CHRISTIANFELLOWSHIP I'chairman, Mrs. I. C. Mlcklns,
Eddie Gilbert
reporterThe chairman and Mrs. Claretha NEW COVENANT M. B.
general church conference Rev. J. W.HendonpastorW1lbelmfna Rev. W, E.Sims pastor ;DuPree, Is cochairman.ST. .
will be held this Elaine Gilbert reporterThe Rev. Howard Robinson
Thursday night at a p.m., all Deacon Sands, reporter pastor wish to thank all Rev. P.. S. Brown, pastorM. pastor ,
Nathaniel
members are asked to attend, Norwood those who accompanied him to L.Nixon,reporter PETER'SThe Betty Hill
4 chairman for the annual ,reporter
The No. 2 Choir will sponsor men'sday ,, Second Baptist of Richmond The captains of the ,Brown
a tea on this atthe 4! observance is asking allen ". Heights on Sunday Sunday afternoon birthdays ,
The
I d to be at the January club will have, Lord's Supper will bein
present church
time of Brother and Sister at And also the president of No. 'their members for making their dinner sale Saturday served during the morning
Wednesday
Geneva Carter, 930 NW 49th, 7:30 p.m. to 1 Choir for coming on last Fri- Sunday a record breaking re the dining area of the church. worship.
4 their
St. from 4'to 6 p.m. Deacon complete plans for one day night to their musical pro1 1 port. Don't forget the anniversary The women's i The
of the greatest men's day programs day programis complete church Is invited -
Gilbert Is guest speaker. gram. of the adult ushers
planned for the second to render services at the
I
The pastor continues to urge board which Is> to be held on
day Donations are being accepted Highway Church of
The Deaconess Board take Christ,
all the third Sunday.
members to meet on their All mem-
CHRISTIAN SCIENCE I this opportunity to thank the bers by co-chairman Mrs. 2060 NW 75th Street., Oct. 31,
( regular meeting night, and also and auxiliaries are ask- Anna 8:00
McPhee. Elder
p.m. Green
friends and
many members of our regular ed to donate to this ,pastor
prayer cause.
The
members of the St.
Mt. Tabor for
'tGo: ye and learn what that "friends making their: meeting night and bible class. Adult choir members will Monica's Guild are collecting I MT. PILGRIM
}:, meaneth, I will have mercy day" programasuc- Let us not forget our regu- begin wearing black uniformsthe items for their bazzar to beheld
I and not sacrifice: for I am not !cess.$200.65.Total money raised lar communion will be administered first Sunday In November. on the church groundsNov. Rev. J.W. Everson,pastor

come to call the right ecus,but at 7 p.m.All members Remember to visit prayer 28.
Dinners will be sold at the are to attend. meeting BTU All roads leads to 6617 NW
sinners to repentance. These urged and Sunday The members of the
;hurch call December 67th 7th
Saturday and
please
( words of Jesus are part of thSunday's is '\ School. club are asked to meet Ave ,/Sunday ,
691-0821 toplaceyour orders. on School 9:30
Christian Science NORTHSIDE CHURCH a.m. Morning
,
-- Monday at 6 p.m.at the church, worship 11:00
lesson-sermon titled "Everlasting 79th STREET BAPTISTThe a.m. oureven-
ST. MATTHEWS OF GOD business of Importance. Ing service at 6:30
Punishment. Listen The PTA of St. Peter's p.m.every
this Sunday to the Christian Rev. P. Clarke pastorA. 2590 NW 103rd Street 79th Street Baptist Care Center will render Day Thursday night pray' meeting
Science radio series for the Humes, reporter Elder L. Mashack, pastor 'Church, a leading church of the Musical recital a L you are cordially invited This

answer to tms question, Sunday at 11 a.m. there will 1 Sarah Harper reporter Southern Baptist Convention is 16 from 4 to 6 at Sunday the church.Nov. Thursday night Oct. 30, our
"Where Do I turn For Guidance be baptism. The public Is wel The pastor and congrega- in Its third year as an Inte' If you have not made to pastor Is asking the church
'come to see our Indoor pool I'grated church. your accompany him at the
tl ?", beard over WMBM flan extend a warm welcome The public is report on the stay at home tea Val-
On Sunday the women's day I'cordially invited ,, ley Grove M.B.C
1 at 1:45 p.m. to all. Come and worship with to attend please do so this Sunday. Rev. J.
; Ferguson
I committee sponsored a fashIon worship services at 11 pastor.
Send
us. children toSun- a.m.
'. Fifth Church ofChrist, your The late Mr. Stanley Rob inLet
Scientist welcomes all to the show which was very love day School.Arrangements will J and 7:45 p.m. Sunday and at son will be funeralized Saturday us remember the sick"
,
and

l .7:15p.m. each shut-Ins remember
y be ,
services, ,1600 NW 54th St.J made for them. Wednesday. at 10 a.m. pray for them. to ,

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FIRST BAPTIST OFBROWNSVILI.E
GREATER
ST.. MARK

BETHLEHEMRev. Rev. C. W. Wade, pastor

Rev. W.M Davis, pastor C. H. Smith, pastor Doris Spurling, reporterThe
The members of the Young Mary Hopkins,reporterWe president would like to 7'4p
People Dept. and Young Wo- take this way of thankingour thank everyone for participating d't
men's League wish to thank members and friends for in the pastors aid club's ',
their many friends and mem- helping to make our men's daya 22nd anniversary.The .
bers for such a wonderful success. Special thanks to Jr.Choir's anniversary
turnout to our play "On Our Rev. W. M. Davis and Rev.G. will convene the second Sun- r
Way to the District Slabtown W. Warren for inspiring day at 3 p.m., all membersare
C!>>lvention./' messages.The asked to please help make

pastor urges all mem- this a success. ', ,?
Our appreciation bers to please attend your aux Sister Mamie Davis home
choir from Greater New iliary meeting. The church sick. Let us continue to pray
Macedonia Baptist Church for business meeting is Friday at for our sick and shut-ins. 5
rendering the song service. 8 p.m. The Lord's supper will
And to our guest play participants be administered Sunday.
that are listed below: NEW PROVIDENCE ro Yi
,#, M;
Mrs. Theresa Hayes, Mt. GREATERNEW
Sinai Baptist Church, Mrs. MACEDONIA Rev. C.J. Burney, pastor
Nellie Byars, Sellers Me- Arsula Edwards, reporter

morial Methodist, Mrs. Myre Rev. Roscoe Jackson,pastor
Gibson, St. Mary's Wesleyan Willie J. Beard, reporterWe Holy Communion Service
Methodist, Mrs. Christine wish to take this oppor- begin Sunday at 6:30 p.m.
Dennison Brownsville The Lord's Supper will be q Ia
Bap- tunity to thank everyone who :
tist, Mrs. Lucille Green, helped to make our 6th Annual Served in our evening worship. ; ;
Greater Bethel AME Consecration hour of is I
Mrs. prayer
Women's Day success.Spec }
dl
held here Iy +
Minnie Williams, peaceful ial thanks to Mrs. Sallle Car- at New Providenceat
Zion and Juanita McCloudAntioch line and Mrs.AlberthaButler, 5:00 a.m. each Sunday
Baptist Liberty City. the speakers who displayedthe morning. Why not come out and
theme "Christian WomenIn get Spiritually revived.
Also Wood
Mary Greater
,
Everyone is invited to
attend.
Times Like These" in their n. ,
Bethel, AME, Miriam P. t tk
Bible class and prayer meeting -
Clark, Mt. Zion Bapt.Church, messages. each Tuesday night at7:30 2 a'
Mrs. Alveta Fields Browns- Again thanks and congratu-
All members
p.m. are urgedto
ville Baptist, Mrs. Irene Stan ,lations to everyone of you. attend visitors and friendsare 1
ley, Mt. Carmel Baptist Total raised for the drive$3- welcome.

Church, Miss Roslyn Banks, 370.21. Continue in prayer for those ;
The leading auxiliary of the I
and Miss Carolyn Stewart. who are sick, shut-in and bereaved Y
church this year, was the Sun- I ,E s,, .,lSI,
On Sunday afternoon, Rev. day School Dept., under the
Cleo Albury and the Mt. Sinai superintendency of Willie .J. i t :.,, (DIPS

Baptist Church climax our anniversary Beard, with Mrs. Joetta MT. SINAI BAPTIST
with highly spirited Harris and Fannie Zackeryas THE NEW WHITE ROSE SPIRITUAL SINGERSThe

sermon which was enjoyed by captain and co-captain. May I Rev. Celo Albury, Jr., pastorB. New White Rose Spiritual Singers would like to thank everyone

all.Total money raised were and tip my men hats of the to Sunday all the School ladies Boney, reporter who turned out with them on their anniversary on Oct. 19, 1969. The ,group

61343. Department .. ,wants the public to know that they are ready for any engagement or affair.If .

Our president, Mrs. Sadie The Church will be s-held monthly Thursday conference -, the group,! is needed, you may contact them by calling: 233-3667. Bro.

Mae Temple wish to express MT. OLIVETTE Oct. 30 at 8:00 p.m. All mem- )scar Robinson is manager and Bro. John Johnson I is business manager.
her appreciation to all of our
BAPTIST bers are expected to attend
members, friends, and well- The 1970 Membership Re- .-

wishes for a successful anni- Rev. George W. Warren,. gistration will be gin Sunday Sigma Gamma Rho
versary. pastor Nov. 2 at 900 a.m. in the an-,
Pray for our sick and visit Norma J. Lawrence, reporter nex and extend throughout the 4
them. day. Members please register Founders Day
Choir ill of the church will

NEW KINGDOM M. B. celebrate their 57 anniversaryon early.The Administration of the Gamma Delta Chapter of fic
November 9 at 3:00 ,
Sunday Lord's Supper will be held Sigma Gamma Rho Sorority
Rev. J. Torrence, pastor p.m. Deacon John Dawkins during our regular evening will Celebrate Founders Day,
Ossie Harris, reporter president, Mrs. Francis worship. All members are Nov. 9. The Rev. Fr. Kenneth
Rahming chairman.The asked to be in Spiritual Major of Incarnation (Episcopal -
Every Tuesday night at 8:00 third Sunday in November readiness to share in this me- ) Church will be the guest 3.M 4/1M. al.YkNNALS mfr
p.m. we have prayer serviceall the church anniversary
morial. speaker. The theme will be:
our friends are always wel- will be observed. Groups are "Greater Community Servicefor Elder J. W. Wilson and congregation would

come to come out. grouped according to their Greater Community Pro- like to extend a warm and cordial invitation to all
Wednesday evening at 8:00 birth month. Those not know- NEW SHILOH "
have Bible class month gress. of you to come and visit the ,church and enjoy the
p.m. we ing the captain of their All Greeks and friends are
everyone Is ,welcome to come see the chruch secretary Mrs. Rev. A.M. Griffin, pastor invited to attend the Twilight services.
out and learn more about the For comfort the church Is fully air-con,
Selma T. Ward. Sister Ella Elam, reporter Service, Nov. 9 at the Rich- your ,
Holy Bible, Rev. Williams Sunday being the first Sun- ardson Mortuary, 4500 NW 17 ditioned. For your convenience, we provide transportation -
teacher. day the Lords Supper will be Thursday night business Avenue, at 5:30 p.m. for services to and from the church., Time:
First Sunday in Novemberthe served.We meeting of the church at 8:00 A fellowship hour will fol- Thursday 8 p.m. and Sunday, 11 a.m. and 8 p.m.
pastor is asking the entirec will have joint choir rehearsal -
low the service.VernebaSilva
h to him to on Thursday evening at p.m.The For your added convenience, we have wonderful
h u r c accompany No. 1 and No. 2 choir is Baslleus and Jane D. Lewisis
Valley Grove M.B. Church, 800. All members of all choirs will have a dinner sale all day reporter. Sunday School service which we would like'to have
Rev. J. Ferguson pastor. are asked to be present and on Saturday at the home Sister four children I with us each and every Sunday.

time.We Iola Turner, 866 NW 77th St. Phone: 6930481. Church: 9000 NW 20th Avenue.
'ST. LUKE are asking all membersof The Deacon and Deaconess COMMUNITY BAPTISTRev. YOUNGLAND U.S.A. Kindergarten is open all sum-
the church to remember would like to thank each and B. L. Mack pastor
mer. We keep children from 6 months of ,age to 10
Rev. P. W.Williams,pastor brother Herbert Taylor in everyone for their wonderful R. K. Dailey, reporterThe
Kathleen Streeter, reporterThe your prays during his periodof cooperation on their anniversary years of age. Rates are as low as $1.61 per,day.A .
women would like to ex- illness.. and many thank to Rev.Roy Home Mission Society little love goes a long ways. Call now and register
press their appreciation to Vistors are always welcomed Lewis of St. Matthew Freewill from Gethsemane<.Bapt 1st, your children; 693-0481.
those who came out on last at Mt. Olivette,plan to visit Baptist Church for a spiritually Mrs. Susie LaMar, presidentwas
Sunday to make their annual us. message. the guest of our home mission Tune in every Sunday 9:30 a.m. WRIZ, radio

women's day a great success. Tuesday night. station 1550 and hear Elder Wilson.

Special thanks to our speakerMrs. LILY WHITE, NEWSYou ZION HOPE: Young Matrons will meetat
Sterling Hunter, who delivered the home of Mrs.Ruth Scott,
an inspiring address. are invited to attend a Rev. Paul Freeman, pastor Thursday, Oct. 30, all mem-
Thanks also to all of our visi- Starllte Tea on Nov. 6, 1969. Bessie Williams, reporter bers are urged to be present. 2 Locations to Serve You!
tors and friends who appeared The tea will be sponsored by Rev. and Mrs. Paul Free- Deacon Wilson is convales-
on program and those who the Jrs. of 129 at the home of man and the church take this cing at home and is still ask- -
came to share our Joys. the vice president Surle opportunity to thank Rev.W.F. ing your prayers.. -- ----
The winner of the Captains Alexander The address is Tanner and congregation of Holy Communion will be administered -
Financial Report is Mrs.Les- 2950 NW 49th St., prizes will St. Mary, Coconut Grove;Rev. Sunday evening. Dugie's Paradise
sle Green. Mrs. Green was be awarded time 8-10, do- noscoe Jackson and congre-
.
given a plaque and a ribbon to nation. gation of New Macedonia;Rev. '
2966 NW 47th St.
wear and represent Mrs. St. Among some of the Dele- W. M. Slater and congregation DONATION DAY 633-9396

Luke thr uRhout the year. gates of the Jr. Masons&Stars of Day Spring; Rev. O.W. AT FLA. MEMORIAL AND .
meeting at the Dupont Plaza Foster and congregation of

Hotel for a retreat Oct.24 Ebenezer, Hallandale; Rev.J. Baptists from all over Florida Dugies Guest House
CHRIST THE KINGFr. through the 26, was Jr. Mar- E. Jenkins and congregation will convene at Florida Me-

S. J. Sweeting, priest shall Ralph McCloud.The of Friendship and spec- morial College here to observe 2941 NW 47th St. 634-3851
Divine Liturgy for all saints Council will be wor- ial thanks to Rev. C. J. Bur- the 13th annual "Dona
will be celebrated at 7a.m.on shiping at Mount Tabor the second ney and congregatin of New tion Day," a special projectof

Saturday morning Nov. 1, at Sunday in Nov. at the 11 Providence for their 100%cooperation the Baptist women of the There are no better rooms on earth, than the
St. Peter's Ca'Aedral. Fr.S.J. a.m. service. Come out and be in helping to make state convention on Nov. 18 at
Sweeting will be the celebrant.We with them. Executive Board this 10th anniversary a success 10 a.m. rooms you will find DUGIE'S PARADISE.

would like to thank a 11 of meeting will be the second All women of the Missionaryand Seeing Is believing. The accommodationsyou'll
our friends for their gifts on Sunday in Nov. at 3 p.m., at Sister Mary Weston is in Education Convention, receive will find only in 'this
our Feast Day, an enjoyableday the home of Mrs.Ruth McKel- Jackson Hospital. Let us pray Auxiliary to Baptist General brother. you
was had by all. that she and other sick havea Conventions of Florida Inc.,
vin.Celebrating
Services are being held at a birthday u speedy recovery. are asked to support your local
Young's Chapel, 1732 All Babe October is Suzie Williams.. The Lord's Supper will be area chairman, Mrs.: Susie" Jamaica !Qugie, Always a Friend.I .

Ave., Opa-locka. Juanita McCloud, reporter. served Sunday night Holler.





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yc V This is a blowl!
Fowl!

Former Heavyweight Champion of the World Sonny Lls-

, Your Weekly Horoscope ton-.-who's comeback In boxing is now being directed by the

King of Entertainment, Sammy Davis,Jr.,-..has turnedactor.The fOcL. By--
October 30 through November 5 once most feared slugger ever to enter a ring Is costar- ADLINE PONTIPHFLET

85-91-23-74-19 ring in "Moonfire," a Hollywood-Continental Film, Inc pro-
ARIES (March 2'.ApriI19): In week ahead Aries, duction, directed by Harold Daniels and starring is Richard
you wil be put in a rather awkward position. You will try Egan. "Gracious" is hardly the must for her.She has had most
to hold two opposing ideas in your mind at the same Muhammad All, the greatest boxer-fighter ever to sport word to describe and Introduce of her formal training in New
time. You will shift from foot to foot, intellectually. boxing accouterments, has always been an actor...of a kind, my society guest for this week, York City, one of the schools
However, by the end of the week you will arrive at but now he's confronted with a different and more challengingfoe Mrs. Mildred Kole.MILDRED being the Julllard School
solution. Strain deminishes and you will again function the stage. Music rated as the best in

brilliantly. All will make his debut-.-not in Mississippi-..but on Broad- America. Mr. LaPierre can
TAURUS (April 20-May 20): Business plays an important way December 1 in the musical version of "Big Time Buck tell you a lot about that. Her
role in week ahead, Taurus my Luv. Olga hopes White" at the George Abbot Theatre. favorite music, is opera and
that you have squirreled away lust a mite, lor your rainy The play directed by principal owner Oscar Brown,Jr. and seral-cksslcal music. Adapt-
; day is close at hand. However, if you haven't, don't panic, choregraphed by his lovely mate Jean pace,recently completed able in e v e r y respect,Mildred -
for there is one who would gladly lend you an umbrella, a successful seven-month run in San Francisco where All will find great satisfac-
:; providing of course that you promise to return It, once first viewed it. tion in."swinging" like the

,. the crisis passes. All will sing four of the 14 songs,dance the All Shuffle, and rest of us should the occasion
j i I.*. GEMINI (May 21-June 20): first two days of week conduct question-and-answer session with the audience. Plus, call for it. A lot more can be
should still find you in high gear, Gem. Keep all avenues he'll record the top tune for RCA, "Mighty Whitey;which is said about this delightful quiet
of action open. As week progresses, however, you may scheduled for release before the opening ,in December. person except that I should like
have uneasy feelings of being "hemmed in." You may The dark controversially and conflict that permeated the you to see her for yourselfwhen

feel that your senses are limited. Do not resort to false production of the first all black western film is, reportedly, you be my guests at the
stimulants. Drugs are simply not to be touched at this clearing. Harry Kane, the named producerof "The Fearless forthcoming concert, Sunday
time, unless recommended by physician. Promise? Five," called and answered a myraid of troublesome questions afternoon, December 14 com-
:: CANCER (June 21-July 22): First four days of week -which, heretofore made It impossible to see the bot- mencing around 2 p.m. I shall
,": will find you in fine fettle, Moonbaby. Your energy cycle tom of the strife pit for the occlusive muck. be more than happy provide
will be high and your emotional antennae quivering. Lou Rawls, Cookie Gllchrist and Raymond St. Jacques will KOLE you with special invitations
Zoweeel But, back to reality on the fifth day, when not, at this writing, star or direct' the film that has caused since it is an invitational affair -
things may tend to go a bit helter-skelter. One may eater more talk in Hollywood than would Eldridge Cleaver and Huey Mildred comes to us with and perhaps you can call
picture who will attempt to "do you in." Stare- this per. Newton asking Dr. Ralph Bunche to preside over a Black Father .quite an affluent musical back me on the telephone to make
I. ton down. Don't budge a millimeter., palaver. ground. It must be said, how ,these arrangements.I .
LEO (July 23-August 22): Energy cycle reaches Fred Williamson, the former Kansas Chiefs linebacker and ever, that she has not been pray that in these difficult
zenith on second clay of week and should last at least costarrer of Otto Preminger's "Tell Me You Love Me Junie active in our particular field times you will find it in your
five days. Last month you saw so much action that perhaps Moon," will star, along with Bernie Cassey. for the past few years, illness ;heart to pause a moment and
this month may seem a bit tame, but don't be fooled Speaking of Lou Rawls, (who's "You Don't Have to Love Me and dire obligation having had reflect on how is it possible
.' there is action behind the scenes which may very When I Want You To" which skyrocketed up the charts, across priority. We've always said it for you to look at one another
possibly chart your future for many months to come. the country), he has a brother, Paul who's currently in Los and we're still saying it thata and say"love you." "You are
Nose around and see if you can sniff out the scent. Angeles---barbecuing, (Chicago-style, by way of Texas) was musician never gives up his my brother You are my sis-
VIRGO (August 23-September 22): Week may begin very surprising to learn. But what's more startling is the '(her) craft. Mildred is an ad- ter and how could my life be
with a feeling of the "blahs" Virg., but inner doubts fact that Paul's ribs and beef are superbly dellclours and ten- vocate of that and I'm terribly meaningful without you." I
= will dissolve and fade. Last three days of week are der-..and unlike Lou he's not interested in the entertainment grateful that with a voice suchas
excellent for getting your own way concerning knotty whirl; he's strictly a rib man. Paul and Dare y Robinson are at hers, silence has not allowed without you.Christmas.
'I problem. Your energy zooms back at this time and your Adams & Crenshaw. any rust to set in and spoil
\ intellect is as sharp as a forgotten toenail. Don't allow Everybody was at Barbara McNair's opening at the Grove that golden vibrancy which Is

general confusion which surrounds you to slow you down. last week but her Irish husband Jack Rafferty. Sammy Davis,) i still hers. Mrs.Kole can reach

LIBRA (September 23-October 22): Slow ,down Li Jr. did the opening night honors. Alex Cord,who starred with i notes normally heard on a vio In
bra. You're quite the Lover and you know it. So do most Babs in Harold Robbing' "Stiletto;" Raymond Jacques,who! !lin. You might know Mr. La

of your friends. And some of your enemies tho you costarred,with her Jn "If, He Hollers Let Him Go;" and many Pierre is harnessing this un- OctoberThe I
have few of these. You must slacken your pace for perhaps ., of her friends gave'Mlss McNair a standing ovation after her j usual might and now we have a
the object of your love is beginning to feel re- performance. stricted. Hold the reins loosely and you win your heart's Rafferty was reportedly too busy at Mr. D's to surrender I'carrot green, with envy.I only John Griffin American
four or five hours to witness his spouse's greatest triumph. :1 1tt hope that in a room as largeas Legion Auxiliary #165, Mrs.
desire.SCORPIO the LaRonde Room at the Docia Howell president, held
(October 23-November 21): Understand may never happen again.
Ing is at hand Scorp. At last. And it comes from a member Hari Rhodes, avery talented actor-writer, has been grossly :1 Hotel Fontainebleau. we'll Its Annual Christman Gift par.
cheated and His 1 be able to hear this precious ty for te three V.A.Hospitals
of the opposite sex. And why not? Isn't this where you mistreated. performances Universal's high1
usually find solace? Past efforts should bear fruit. Bon ly successful drama,"The Bold Ones were classic.They ad- voice in a Justifiable pitch.Not Thursday Oct. 9, 1969, at the
Appetitl ded another entire dimension: to the series overall concept--- accustomed to choral work, 'home of Mrs.M. Montgomery.

SAGITTARIUS (November 22-December 21): First but Rhodes' segments were axed. Why? Mildred finds the discipline of Department officers, 10th.
This question bites wlthaninncessabtand If 1 three days of week Sag., will still find you down in the annoying sting.
emotional dumps. However by the fourth day, all kinds his segments were bad, fair or indifferent,it would be under- I I however, not confining be- friends and a large group of
{ of things could break loose. Or unleashed.. One who standable that his shows should land in the producer's waste cause' each member is allowed : and members brought
basket. However that is/was not the Karl's '' to work in his beautiful gifts. Which will be
admires you may contact you during this period. Should case. segments proper range,
this happen, fly high. And happy landings. were vital, meaningful and superbly done, acting-wise. :'at the risk of having to rearrange ;sent to Lake City, Bay Pines

CAPRICORN (December 22-January 19): First two Then, why did Executive Producer Roy Higgins can them? :' parts of the score.Of :and Miami V.A. Hospitals.
Thanks to all
days of week will be rather uneventful, for your energy Personal reasons? If so, they seem to border on sharp edge I'course, one part must compli- to of you who help
1 make the
cycle will still be at low tide. On third day, however, of a "subtle backlash." ment the other,however, must Notice party a success.
vents will prove most challenging. Your capacity for But then, what with the trouble he's having; suspending :remain Individual and at the :
James Farentino and all time be of the AU members are asked to
?
love and romance will be unusually On last <
great, Cap.
day of week resist urge to cuddle in a corner. Bad time. Whatever Higgins' reason, or reasons, are/were they certainly 'Urity. !be present at the next meeting
Maybe later. You'lsee.., are not geared towards profits. His cutting of Hart's'segments
AQUARIUS (January.20-February 18) Beastly week certainly. has re-channeled million blackviewers. 'chairman Deborah Donovan
,
Thanks! Mrs. Kole was telling me ,
facing you, Aquarius my Sweet. At least the first fire daysof I reporter.
it. Your energy cycle will be at rock bottom. Howeveron coming back to music was a I
the last two days of the week you come out of the THROBS: IT'S AMAZING THAT HOLLYWOOD HAS YET TO

smog and into the sunshine. Energy returns with a sudden PROJECT McLachlan A BLACK WOMAN MOTION PICTURE STAR.Janet plight and his future, that the food,when finally eaten, is coder -
who's film
career has,almost invariable,been con-
surge. Just don't rush off pell-mell. Remember what Old fined to vingettes should be amoogthe black-talented-beauUes .Jean Bell, the petite black beauty who has the entire
Ben said about haste and waste and all-that-frnx.
aimed in that direction..Also, profound consideration shouldbe U.S.A. male populance drooling (since her center-fold ap-
PISCES (February 19-March 20): First half of week given lovely songstress Nancy Wilson(her recent announcement pearance in October's Playboy,magazine), is bent upon pursuing -
will lind'you' absolutely bedraggled, Pisces. While last quals-retirement from tour singing should they ) a career in motion pictures and to effect this, she las-
open way
month you did a great deal,01 analyzing, this month you | Former Universal contractee Ena Hartman should be on the sooed the toughest guy in the business,81-footbanerCookie
Y
/If put Ideas into action. If you have a creative outlet for forefront of consideration too Diahann Carroll in Gilchrist. .She's scheduled to appear on "The Beverly Hill
; a year or
your energies, this is the time to use it. A social contact two billies. .If you do not read another book this read Mor-
possibly could graduate to the wide screen;and if the ac- year,
may wind up week on note of fun. ,Maybe even ton "Black "
games. Cooper's Star. JDlonne
cent in Warwick is being wooed
on Allison Mills Leslie
youth, ( Uggams' sister on the
Who knows? Olga knows. But .she wants Pisces to sweat for
Peltier's "
1 Sidney wife in his
"Leslie Uggams Show") certainly has the talent,physical appeal Virgil Tibb..Good news, if
It out and find out all alone.
,
it's true
director
: Gordon Parks
and charisma necessary to create a box office draw. wants either Diahann! Carroll
/J The black man has long reigned in the domain of filmdom. or Nancy Wilson in his next picture, Eagle! in the Air". .

TOM WASHINGTON"SAY Admittedly.Jim Brown, Sidney Potter, Raymond St. Jacques, Nancy, Nancy. Nancy. Nancy, please!. "Inflation Note: The
; IT LOUD" ) and Calvin Lockhart are talented topline stars,but isn't there $500 per month soul singer James Brown agreed to pay for
.' room for one black female star? support of the one-yr.-old he claims is not his is exactly
Dry Cleaning & Laundry BEATS-PIECES what he's paying his divorced wife in Georgia for support of
Remember
: Bean Richards (Hurry Sun their four kids. "says columnist
down" and "Guess Who's Hank Grant in the Hollywood -
Coming To Dinner")? She'sto por- Reporter. .After
tray James Earl Jones' mother in the of "The Great columnist-public relationlst Walter
filming
4 Locations to serve you White Hope;" the same role she did so convincingly in "Sun- should Burrell finishes his unit Job with Sidney potter, ,Universal
down" and "Dinner" better, not only raise his salary, but his position.
PLANT v .Comic StuGilllam,who works almostas Walter is too
talented
, 1 1342 NW 62nd Strttt. Tel: 691.9649 much as the exciting Flip Wilson,will costar in A.S.K.; Pro- He's been on the to remain a "token black" at Unl.
same helm
for
', I STORE un 9 duction of "Listen To The Man," wlthNormanAlsen and Gail time. Is it because he's too six years; it's change-
; Eliiobtth.; Hensley. .Ageless comic Scatman Crothers does a bit in good natured to complain. He's
( 210 NW 7th St. Mary Ttl. 373-9171 American International's certainly qualified, having a Masters Degree. .Imagine this;
{ J "Bloody Mama, starring Shelly Lou Rawls
I STORE NO. 3 Winters. Janet McLachlan ln"Darker thanAmber"...1nspite clubs gave Dean Martin a set of diamond-studded golf
i.1: 4410 ,NW 17th Ave. Fluff' Center of cancellantlon rumors, the Leslie Uggams Show" will survive and just---something holler from Dean actor must've needed very badly.. ,.A loud

STORE 'NO. 4 : Robert J. Sye has submitted a script that lives, thrives, name( appeared on the cover Fred Williamson came when his
it Helping to build and Incorporates blackness and will write captioned under a photo that was
; more.. .Lunch with
22nd AvtnutSPECIAL not "The
NW "
7632 Handsome One
in the Ebony.
Greg Morris is an October Issue of .Wowl!
r our community. interesting conversation feast one learns
; ..Marie Cole
OF THE'WEEK WE THANK YOU much about the man, the actor, and the black And, so inter- lar divorces married Gary Devore Friday. .And, this pil-
Invest in your community esting is his comments about the film Industry,the black man's Affair you, the reader, for this week. ."A One Night


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He looks like a militant and carries his grievances on a long list dressmaker
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He goes to church every Sunday and is relieved to hear the pastor say
"Brothers and sisters don't worry I talked to the Holy Ghost this morning and freedom is
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He swears to be an Indian although he's Black as night. MAKES ARE YOU TIRED?

His favorite cliche is simply: "Some of my best friends are white." ,., ALL WORKGUARANTEED BUS!
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"fll make them all stand trail, I swear!"
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The sunrise controls our, fluctuating days He locks them In a Jungle cage. AIDE GOODMAN & SONS

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Their unity propels the universe. Day in, day out, and endless nights,
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He was my brother, his name, Robert White. The double agent they had killed Florida and Georgia. Theyme

I loved him, he loved me,Everyone could see.Goodbye Upset those in the CIA; adults./ be boys Make and spending girls or TED FORMERLY OF JET IS NOW VET
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To that glorious "Land of Heaven" above.
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UM Black' Frosh Gridders To ShowIn


'MYTIME" ,a'to StIN a t' t Kiwanis Classic;


Florida. "This year's contest
Walter Foreman and Bur- of a million dollars.
to be the most ex-
of Miami promises
Owens members of the University
gess frlsh in the series Joe Me-
last year's citing ,
4 University of Miami's fresh- won
man football team will meet /ameTfter losing three in a Dade, Kiwanis Football Chair-
r.v PHIL DIXON' ,
of man predicts.
the University of Florida row to the University

xx.yc .o freshman team, Friday, No-
vember 14th in the Orange ---
Last weeks "victory Sunday," was quite a success as far Bowl, during the Twelfth An-

as the Dolphins were concerned. However, my opinion in re- nual Kiwanis Freshman Foot- y
gards to complete togetherness on the team has changed none. ball Classic. 111

Some where along the way, I'm still getting toleration not togetherness ei a s p
"' ..... --. .. Foreman, who will be play % ::1

A victory. is sweet;but a winner has that little thing that Tve BILL STIRRUP ing linebacker, is from Fre- 1. a a t'tt
deric Md. where be received
yet to notice about the Dolphins. Again, I admit, if I could put and honorable a
what the is I would let ORANGE BLOSSOM CLASSIC All-Tri-State
my finger on exactly hang-up every-
mention All-State and All-
in it however since I'm stumped HI just have to PARADE DCEMBER 6 ,
body on ; American honors. The 201 M b fa r ,4w <
wait and see. In the mean time, r extend my congrats to the I Parade Marshal, William, holds three let-
player
Dolphins on their recent efforts and will be waiting on more Stirrup, has announced that! the pound ters in football,basketball
of the same. Annual Orange Blossom Classic -
The Miami Floridians opened their season on a winning but Parade is set for December track. y.

costly note. If you recall, the Floridians had key injuries at 6, 1969. Owens, a 190 pound back
the end of last season and didn't have that bench strength to Every effort is being madeto from Tallahassee, was chosento

survive the play-offs. This season, even though young, they make this the outstanding the Boy's State Senior Hallof ii'w
have already experienced key injuries and must rely on un- parade of the year All organizations Fame. He also won his high
tried players. Personally, 'I like this year's version of the groups, churches and school's "Best Track
Floridians, and even though hate to see any athlete get hurt; Individuals are asked to begin ward," and has letters in
Fm glad that tt is early in the season and the injuries aren't planning now for this gala football and basketball.
serious. From what Fve seen, read and heard the Floridians event. While a stricter I;
will be in the thick of the ABA race and have a very good criteria for floats, bands and Proceeds from the fund- I ImiI'I.
chance of taking it all. Go get'em fellows! units will be enforced, the end raising event go toward vari- I II

Before Dave Bondu went on vacation, he exposed a vicious result is expected to be a big- ous Kiwanis youth activities
racket being played on Dade County's citizens. This week, I ger and better parade. A11 applications throughout the South Florida 14
heard of another, I think needs mentioning. This one is in co- and sketches must area. Last year the traditional r e X

nection with halloween. It seems as though their is a group be sent to the Parade Marshalby rivalry raisedalmost$60,000, a
who's funds for United Nations organization that bringing the total for the last .... ,
soliciting a November 251969.In Jii "",""" ...,...1110WALTER/ '""
will never see the funds. One word of advise, all solicitors I,terested persons may contactMr. five years to over a Quarter FOREMAN
have proper ID and have no objections of being checked with Stirrup for appolcation -. -

better business and or your local police. blanks and specifications for StarTopProStarTopPro.
Breaking out the olde crystal ball, I must admit a pretty floats or'cars. Cars and floats
good week. Scoreboard to date: high school 48-10, (.828)); must be completely coveredand
college 21-,(.750));professional- 55-23.705)( .This week's attractively designed.For ., Inc., a racially ,
-
games I see further Information regarding integrated group of eight
Miami has ,three
men, signed
the parade, telephone
HIGH SCHOOL
athletes to
more managerial
444-0478 or 377-2536. Per- .
Miami Beach over South Dade- Real close, I give home clubs contracts. They are Gene Mil '''" " '
sonal contact with the Parade .
the edge. ton, ,split end for the Miami / .. ,, '
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Marshal be made at 3301 'ni. )
Jackson over CarolCity-Generals have too many horses. may Dolphins, David William, : v r ,,' ".,. .'". r ,a
Charles Avenue.We ''' ,..
Hialeah over Central The Rockets have too little offense. defensive back for the Phila- 'ixi 'ssar "
are depending upon you, ,
Southwest over Coral ParkPoor, poor Rams. you and you to make this the delphia Eagles, and Maurice ,
Edison over Palmetto The Raiders seem to be ready. best parade, ever.Chartered McHartley, a guard for the .
Killlan over Northwestern Another close one, could go ,,- Miami Floridians.
,,eitier: way.
Miami Springs over North MiamiGood offense vs good Buses Star-Top-Pro also handles
all business afaitsforJimny ti'
defense. s oi +a ali
Hines of the Miami Dolphins at
Norland over Miami HighPoor, poor Stings. For FAMU-Southern i 9Ga.3sR
and Bob of the Dallas
Coral Gables over Key West-Too much depth for the Conchs. Hayes
U GameLast I Cowboys. Harcourt Clark, f ,y u'waBURGESS
sM
Curley over North Shore Should be easy for the Knights.
5800 SW 62nd Ter., a mem- f
COLLEGES weekend's Rattler loss ber of the group, said that the
Bethune-Cookman over South Carolina State Another Wild- to the'Tennessee A & ITigersis new Hayes step into the mens-

cat romp. serving as further impetusfor wear field would be underway f
FAMU over North Carolina A&TThe Rattlers hang on in a attendanceattheannual about Dec. 1. Clark said that

wild one.Florida gridiron clash between,the the first Boby Hayes 22 shop
State over South Carolina Should be quite a pow- Rattlers and the Jacquars of would open on that date In .'r,

wow, easy. Southern University. Slated to Dallas and the second, later
Florida over AuburnNo contest. be held in Tallahasseeat this year, in Atlanta. About

Miami over Houston- The 'Canes really hang on. FAMU's Bragg Stadium, November 50 more stores have been pro -.. -
Tampa over Quantico Could go either way. Good test for 15. jected for 1970.BUSINESS OWENSBCC
Sparatans. Buses have been charteredby
PROFESSIONALS NFL the FAMUAlumnlAssocia-

Baltimore over Washington tion to accommodate South Miss. In
Plays. Valley Homecoming
AFL Minnesota over Chicago Floridians who wish to witness
Houston over Boston Cleveland over Dallas this tense rivalry which an-
Kansas City over Buffalo Detroit over San Francisco nually attracts many returning The Bethune-Cookman A Awards courtesy Chevrolet players for B-CC's contribu-
Oakland over Cincinatti Green Bay over Pittsburgh alumni. Wildcats will take on the Motor !Dlvison, General Mo- tion to football. Similar cele-

Denver over San Diego Los Angeles over Atlanta For bus reservation,please strong Mississippi Valley tors, will be presented to Dr. 'brations are scheduled for
Miami over New York. St. Louis over New OrleansNew contact the following before State College Blue Devils in its Richard V. Moore, College other NCAA schools in the na-
York over Philadelphia November 10: Centennial Homecoming at President; the coaches and tion.

Sports of the week: Jim ,Warren and Larry Little. very James Farrington, 634- 2:00 p.m. Saturday,November
good showl! Keep up the good work. 5034, William Rolle 433-7928, 15 in Welch Memorial Sta- .

Chump of the week: George Wilson When you finally get Robert Strapp, 634-6766, dium. Ntt :Ch'ltrgf ,IE We
around to kick and Morris in the offensive backfield; try North's Travel Bureau, 6105 The Wildcats who met the
Warren Mumphord and Westmoreland in the defensive one. NW 7th Ave., 754-3517. Blue Devils in Mississippilast
Okay? season for the first time

Always looking for that good sport, Fll be at some of the were beaten 26-6. CtllJlt. ,Ffxln: : .Ro IIlC'

games, will you? Learn Golf To date B-CC is 3 and 2, '
dropping games to Morris
h"'"
"' Brown 10-0 and Savannah State

Tenn. State Shocks At MDJRSix 26-25. They have beaten Al- '
I bany State College 34-0; Kentucky ,REPAIRSAMERICA

golf classes have been State College 38-0 and
Rattlers 3320Running added to Miami-Dade Junior Alabama A & University 31-

College, North's continuing 15.Headcoach SIEREO'
back Jake Mayes of four yards as the Tigers Jack McClaireo .
education (non-credit) offer- -------
I scored two touchdowns as the overwhelmed A&M. said "this Centennial Homecoming -,

"Jennessee State University Tiger kicking specialistAl- ings.Monday courses, beginningNov. should a thriller, because
RAD10,
Tigers dropped Florida A&M fred Reese kicked four extra 3 and Wednesday course my players are: out for ,
33-20, Saturday night In Nash- points and a 31-yardfieldgoal. es, beg1nn1ngNov.5aresche- .revenge and Mississippi will --- .0AII'Makes"
ville. It was the Rattlers first Tennessee's other touch- duled for 6 to 8 p.m. These be trying for another big win '
; loss after three wins. downs came on a two yard run classes will meet at Miami over us." "
I Mayes scored in the first by Joe Gllliam and on a 28 Lakes --
Country Club. Bethune-Cookman College .. "
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from Gllliam to "
and final periods on two runs yard pass Two Saturday classes, will celebrate the 100th year : 'c. '" .. '
s David Davis. meeting from 9 to 11 a.m.and of collegiate football along \

; FOOTBALL The Tigers also scored a 11 a.m. to 1 p.m., begin Nov. with homecoming festivities. ,.,69/\3" .... ,,'2"1' 3".c' ..2'/ :

I safety.Florida's first touchdowncame 15. These will be, held at M- '., : ;' : ''',' :. ,.
: SCORES ;
DJC North Campus. OPPORTUNITYCoin '' .' .. .. .. .. .
in the second "
period
on
Each
course will continuesix laundry. Grosses ,
Alcorn 27, Southern Univ. 7 a 62-yard play from Steve ov.r
pass weeks. price is $12. Registration $2,000 p.r mo. 26 machines .
I Bethune-Cookman' 31, Ala '15 Scruggs to Shybert Ginn. Ginn may be made with 9 dryers, 1 Big Boy. New FURNITURE
I Ft. Valley State 61, Lane 14 also scored on a 13-yardpass the Office of Continuing Education dollar chang.r. Excellent
11. r; Grambling Col 62, Jackson 13 from Scruggs. Room 1111 or 1123, terms. No brokers Involv.d. 2300() NW 62 $t.
33 Florida 20 scored Coll: 624-6060 after 5
also
1 14 Tennessee St. James Owens Scott Hall, at the North Cam- p.n.
,,j Texas Southern 55, !Miss 7E' 'fOr A&M on a one:Ja d,run., pus.

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Publisher DiesMrs.

Your Dog I
Edward Banks,publisher -

.... And YouBY 28 Phoenix there.of the, died Arizona Tuesday Tribunein ,Oct.


Mrs. Banks had been ill for
I VINCE COOPER the past several months and

was hospitalized during the

Dear Mr. Cooper, the date not yet set. More on annual publishers conventionin
Our dog has come down with that in the future. Phoenix in June. His wife,
some sort of virus and the vet ******* Elouise, has been carrying on
has been treating him to no Receiving diplomas this the publication of the newspaper -

avail. week are Bruce Payne and FRANK
A.R. Brutus; Abe Johnson and Mr. Banks was a popular and

Dear A. R., Shane; Harvey Wigs and powerful political figure in the
EDELEN
Quite common for this time Dutchess; Mrs. Mosely and west. In failing health he never
of the year is a slight disease Thor; Mr.Garland and Frisky; lost his cheerful attitude.
called hask or"kennel cough" and Mr. Thomas and Max. Funeral services will be BUICK CO.
I while it sounds bad it is not Last Sunday Brutus got in a held on Saturday in Phoenix
2100 N.E. 2nd AVE.
really a serious type of prob- fight and Bruce Payne lost, with Webber's Mortuary
: lem. Protect dogs from draft figure that one out. Be careful handling arrangements.Burial NEW CAR PHONE

r,. and keep dry. when you go into Hoppers will be in Indianapolisby 314.1136

Mr. Cooper, Package Store, Shane is Patton's Funeral Home. BROWARO LINE
on duty.
Our pups are now five weeks
old and we would like to know Right now, I am very hardto ............................ 525-6143
contact, going through a lot
how old should they be beforewe
of financial changes. Please GO TO CHURCH
Little
start to sell them. Red Wagon
:
bear with me and come to 2021 I.
,
J. R. SUNDAY '
.._, NW 97th St. after for 1968
J. seven .,.....e...................I ; )
R.The sale of most pups should training info.Coopers t.; ,VOLKSWAfiEN,
Canine Service .
20-YEAR SAFE DRIVING AWARD depend on the prospective buyer. ',;!\',; That Is

Congratulations to Eli Wright, landscape Some people like to get ,$390 down. S46.!& mo-
these at two or three
pups
foreman I with Metropolitan! Dade County Park weeks old while others like to CRANE BROS. ,r Little Green Wagon

and Recreation Department, who recently receiveda wait until they are older. You EXTRA CLEAN

20-year Safe Driving Award Pin from Acting Director should have advertised for ANNUAL CLEARANCE SALE 1961 FALCON
of the Art Jr. them when they were two or
Department Peavy, Wright STATION WAGON
three weeks old.
joined the department August 221949. He startedas ALL 1969Models $300 down. $46.94 mo.
a park tender. He lives wlth.his wife and teen Mr. Cooper,

age son at 502 Virginia Key Beach, walking dis- the I have organization read your of article the on on sale If.I 1968 CHEVROLET.'
pro-
tance from the Virginia Beach Park where Eli has tective dog club and would like Wi km 24 In** Mew IMI'i h sink' I*'" CAPRICE',
II win ki teM '-22OOO"miles" power
oars ,
worked all these years. to know how I may Join.
E. F. brakes; power steering,
'
$50 BELOW power seats," :power
,..--- E. F.. 'lvindawsradia; ;: whitewalls :

1 Our club's purpose is to green .,whkgreen !
SUBSCRIPTION 'l
train the dogs owner to work
I COSTWide vlnyJ.} roof ami,
Miami Times -i----l with the dog he belongs to, to DEALERS ; .
teach people the benefits of beautiful green c !
6530 NW 15th Avenue selection of colors and equip, to choose fromRambler !' .g
owning a dog, and to carry jflf! y 'Interior,,, ,
Miami Florida 331-17 W
I each dog to a maximum height Rebel Ambassador- Javelin- AMX e4ro ,nice,, 'r1 F196a ,
1 in obedience, and public dem- w.fr_..' 'or: v '
Enclosed please find the sum of $5.00 onstrations. The dogs in this Sale starts: '.... dWft''.!$1U '.-.:

I to coverjhe cost of a one year subscriptionto club will be dogs trained in 8:30 SAT. AND ENDS 6 P.M. SUN. ......'t'h'>'t" "4<<'.. "t' r !. '
protection and basic obedience '
"'
the Miami Times/ though not necessarily COME EARLY ELECTRACUSTOM
II trained Our first 225
I by us. get
I Moll Pap, T* I together will be at Holiday Inn, FOR BEST SELECTION 21,000 miles,blue with

blue Interior and white
Add,... I
vinyl I I top, power
Ctrr,__ set._Zip Cod._ I I8 Agents Wanted 22 Yton Semt Ittaffon brakes,power steering,
SE HABLA ESPANOL
w w..ww..rww w ..rr w___________! power seats, power
Agents to ..11Th. Miami windows, AM-FM radio,
Time wanted all over C
art another
extra, nice
r Florida and Georgia. They RANKBROS.
may be boys and girls or, factory warranty.

adults. Make spending' INC. $800 down,'I08.3a mo.
money. Writ. or toll Mrs. .
Dovli,6530 NW 15th Ave.,
6910421. 1000 NW. 2nd Ave. MIAMI PHONE 751.2475 .f8'E( .l.fr. ,
OPEN 'Tit 9 P.M. WEEKDAYS-.fc SUN.'TIL 6 '..M.FRANKLIN'S .
k:i.L LIMITED ,;
*17,000 miles,greyvwH!)
:black vtnyl tops Power

CARPET {steering,power brakes,

;power, .seats,t'pawarwindowsr
8650 NW Z2ND AVENUE ;: door/'locks,

SPECIALIZING IN RUG SALES & CLEANING ,tilt steering:;wheef|

COMMERCIAL CLEANING & FLOOR WAXING cruise control plus many
sw >q
.more:extras."r,This cor,;
CARPETING CLEANED IN YOUR HOME OR OUR PLANT :Is.lik-new., 1 1 1M:

., ,. FREE ESTIMATES 24 IN HOUR YOUR ANSWERING HOME CALL SERVICE 696-9133>OR' 635-3641 ;:..!""down'! $f N iA bi rte ANn}:


2 1969 BUICK


SPEAKERS WITH SLIDING DOORS' lliL;' 1 Blue RIVIERAS, loaded with.

A.M./FJA. RADIO AND BAR UNIT Y ri equipment.

( 1 gold, bucket seats
YOUR CREDIT IS GOOD and loaded'' with

PHONE NOW: equipment.

.. i Either one $600 down.

TV's STEREOS I s l i Y'r %fMI'llttK!LWTEOer .j
f!"" '''' Jr"'\ '
I SPEAKERS 644: +0 J.*P ow."r4.;sea11,."
)" t H' "
'j a brakes, ,': powerpower .
RsI,,4'.<(.rina,. :'window's ; '
379-0900
/ ,cruise I 4l.i;,control t,
,vinyl roof plus':many'

Phone, between 7 a.m. and 10 p.m. other extras.A beauti

,, t. Irlll .fuJgold"!: > .'

.. :, Sundays Included '$: Sl.W dwil2fl'.78mo.TRADES : .

'

ACCEPTED!
F&M TV ;. l:. .t. ...
;; '." .. ALL PRICES SUB-
"
4rl. "
...... _. >lit .l.:1.J:: JECT TO CREDIT
,;: 425 E. 9th STREET APPROVAL. BANK
We Carry Brand Name
t Carpeting RATES AVAILABLE.
Phone and Salesman. Will Call. L .,
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30 THE MIAMI TIMES, Friday, October 31, 1969CLASSIFiED


MISCELLANEOUSMajor Have Your Car Serviced By

: ADS cosmetic company Miami's Community'Statlon

needs 10 girls. ,18 years and
I, 20 WORDS OR LESS 2.00 IOC FOR EACH ADDITIONAL :.VORD. over. Call between 4-6. OPEN FOR BUSINESS

8 DEADLINE FOR CLASSIFIED ADS TUESDAY 6 P. M. Thursday, Friday, Saturday, QIC Gulf StationOpen
\, --. -- Mr. Parker 836-2390.

24 Hours, Day Monday Saturday
FOR SALE FOR SALESELL FOR RENT Model City Education Plan- ,

FOR FHA VALUATION Room in private home. Work- ner D Model City resident Free. ,Pick-up and;'Delivery,
2167 NW 61st STREET ; I I
preferred. Salary $10,296-
Modern 3 bedroom, 2 bath ing couple only. Some cook :
$350 DOWN
be
$13,056 annually Must experienced -
CBS at NW 92nd St., near 19th ing 757-4149. GULF CARDS ACCEPTED
FHA TERMS
Ave. All huge rooms, builtin and knowledgeable
Reduced to $11,5002 bed- kitchen, large garage,awn- -OR RENT in designing educational program Hove Your Car ServC-tod While You Ar. at Work
ooms, dining room, carport, evaluation
,
program
windows air conditioner
ing 2 bedroom duplex $30.00
irge fenced yard, call 688- coordination budgeting
contractual -
,
gas heat. FHA $23,000, $1- 1 bedroom apartment $22.00 8201 N.W. 27th Avenue
((671, A n c h e 11 Realty, Inc. and federal funding
600 down, $158.67 month plus Deposit Required '
realtors, sources. For a Tuesday, Nov.
escrow, Owner pays all clos- References Required Phone 691.9609
4th or Thursday Nov. 6th
,
ing costs. Life Realty Broker. West Realty
;'BS DUPLEX FHA TERMS evening appointment, contact
7594371. 2020 NW 62nd Street
(Open
6934-36 NW 4th Avenue Miss Mary McTier, 691-0120
Tile roof oak floors large 10-12)) 8
a.m. to 5 p.m. ,
SELL FOR FHA VALUATION
utility room Only $22,000. Modern 3 bedroom 2 bath in I'' 75 -4121
Beautiful apartment Hia- L
Drive by, then call Spitzer Housemen, porters, waiters _
CBS in Carol City Thisbeau- leah. No children, five blocks !!
rHELP
Realtor
Realty, 759-8741. and waitresses. Other crafts
home has swim-
tifully kept direct in back of Hialeah racetrack
ming pool wall to wall car- 2 in hotels. Apply at 211-23rd
FHA BEAUTY bedroom,living room, Fr
Street Miami An
Beach. equal
peting, gas heat, air-condi- bathroom and kitchen includes ?
2 bedrooms
plus Fla. room
,
opportunity employer.
iftew hardwood floors, large tioner, neat fenced yard, car- refrigerator and range, com- ALL

M fenced rear yard.Garage,plus port, Jalousie windows. FHA pletely repainted, very clean, REPAIRS
many nice features. Price $19,500, $900 down plus clos- free water and free extermi- MADAM KAYA aor w
: IN YOUR HOME
ing costs, $137.91 month plus nator service. rwcaeatI.
$17,500. $600 down plus clos- Very quiet area gifted spiritualist reader
escrow for taxes and in- $23 week or $95 month. $50
ing costs $100 down to 221 and advisor. Guaranteed to
cert holders, vets $400 down surance. Life Realty, Broker deposit required. Hilo Apts. help. Advice on all problems .
Drive 919 759-4371, 624-3666. 2940 West 4th Ct., Hialeah, love
by NW 76thSt.,then marriage, courtship,
callus, Fenster Realty,Broker Apt. 1 Manager Mrs.Williams business transactions. Help
759-8779. Pool room in Liberty City, 8870763. find loved ones and lost arti
6811 NW 15th Ave Call 691- cles. Guaranteed help. She
FNADuplex. 2 bedroom and 1 6088. (Nov. 9)) Room in private home for succeeds where others have ;j' ''

bedroom apartment. Garage, clean working woman. Settle failed. She gives you lucky CLADCCNNCRLQIS

large fenced yard, sprinkler 2 Frame Home 4th Ave. preferred. Phone 635-4078. days and lucky numbers.Blessed I
system. East of expressway. NW 44th St. 3 bedrooms, 1 oil and lucky charms for /
Close to schools,shopping and bath. Stove and refrigerator. Room for rent 696-3586. the home. From 9 to 9 daily TREE SURGEON

buses. $2,000 down. Tubln $450 down, FHA No closing She Is a true instrument of

Realtors, 10035 NW 7th Ave. costs. $121 pays all. $14,000 1 bedroomapartment$25weekAdults God. She helps and heals by TRIMMING TOPPING & REMOVING
7584429. total. Greater Miami Realty, 'only. 635-3904. Mr. prayer. 688-9178 11601 NW
444-6133. (Oct. 31.) Johnson. 7th Avenue (Nov. 7) LANDSCAPING

Carol City. FHA $1,000 down.
$140 month. Modern 3 bed- CORNERLOT MADAME DIANE 5725 NW 24th AVE. PHONE: 635-0701

room, 2 bath, built-in kitchen, Washington Parkarea 50 x 100 CHILDCAREi The lady from the land of I,

carport, large corner property Near schools, shopping, etc. i miracles. She should help
fenced yard. Tubin Nice clean lot. $2500. Readyfor
Realtors, 10035 NW 7th Ave. building. Fenster Realty, 'up and deliver 635-1882. Ij I helps you on all problems and

758-4429. Broker, 759-8779. Want children i sickness. Gives lucky days EARN EXTRA MONEY ,
to keep in my and numbers. Special readingwith
2 houses. $700 down each. JTHA 1 home. Best of care. I furnish this ad. Phone 688-9128 ON YOUR DAYS OFF t

Low, monthly payments. Call Opa-locka area. Large 3 bed- diapers. Call 635-2149. 14060 NW 7th Ave. I,

3737973. rooms, 1 bath home. In pro-

cess of refinishing will be Best childcare in my home THE ,MIAMI TIMES ..
3 BEDROOMS, 2 BATHS ready approx. Nov. 1.Will see
Drive by 1733 NW 40th Street. a beautiful home when com- .89972..r SEWING MACHINE has openings i for route men to deliver

Carport, fenced yard, $15,000 pleted. Near schools, shopping REPAIR SPECIAL newspapers to news stands In Liberty City,
FHA $450 down. Vets $100. etc. Call us for all information best of childcare in my home Central District 'and South Dade areas. If

$126 month. Ben-Kori, Real- Fenster Realty, PL 89972. you' are free on Thursdays and have trans-

tor, 891-7260. Broke 759-8779, portation':
_w Kindergarten-Nursery. 5 days Clean & Oil

BEDROOMS 1 five bedroom house.1 studio per week. Free pick up and de, Adjust Tensions CALL 691-0421
Drive by 1600 NW 31st Street. :house. Utilities all CBS 2485 livery. For information call Check Wiring 'I

$12,500 FHA. $400 down.$100 NW 57th St. (Oct. 31) Mrs. Eva M Ware, 7588072or Adjust Belt

vets. $111 month. Ben-Kori,' Mrs. Dorothy Brown 758- Delint Machine
Ttaaltnr,, ,A9t"72M. ,CBS 2 bedroom 1 bath like new Inspect
-------- --- --- 3446. (Sep. 26)) Lubricate Motoi
FHA $300 down$90 month.See SENIORS
3 BEDROOMS 1827 NW 43rd St. Atlantic and \
Drive by,1152 NW 46th Street. Pacific Realtors, 666-0411. Childcare in my home, your Phone: 534.9904 And
child will have the best of care
Large corner home. Needs
paint $16,000 FHA. $1300 stores special Com- in my home. Mrs. Anderson Or 864.4309 GRADUATE STUDENTSIf
759-8335. (Indef.)
down, $136 month. Ben-Kori, mercial building now rented as RELIABLE SEW-VAC you have,been studying business administration -
Realtor, 8917260. grocery store plus adjoining
apartment lot, Apartments economics, political science, law,
HELP WANTED
Lot 105. Next to cornerof may be added on top of grocery public administration, international relations,

NW ,7th Avenue and 77th store Existing building is divided Middle age man to accompany finance, banking, accounting or allied fie Id s-
Ter. 6934114.SELL into 2 stores, with separate salesman for few hours each
meters. Excellent buy. day. Start3p.m.$1.75anhour. YOU may be qualified for an individually

FOR FHA VALUATION See 1399 NW 61st St. 'Phone phone 666-7648 ask for Fred tailored, accelerated training program leadingto
Modern CBS in Carol City 666-0411 Atlantic and Pa- between 8:30 and 10 p.m. .
of
Large fenced-in lot,sprinkler cific Realtors. positions increasing responsibility in

system, large Florida room, Retired or elderly lady. Live Washington, D. C. and the developing coun-

patio, ,front 1 porch Jalousie in or parttime maid. Call Saturday tries of Africa, Asia and Latin America.
RENT
FOR
windows, awnings, gas heat, only 758-7284.
air conditioner wall to wall Room to settled woman. 709 PAN AMERICAN $9OOO$1O,50O

carpeting, drapes. FHA $17- 64th Street. WORLD
NW AIRWAYS
,.00, $700 down plus closing approximate starting salary.
posts, $124.67 month plus es-
Clean, large, modern room.
'row for taxes and insurance. Just completed.Man only.Call, The World's Most APPLICATIONS ARE BEING
.ife Realty Broker 759-4371, Experienced Airline
691-1177 between 10 p.m. and
'
'24-3663. 6 a.m. Reasonable. NOW HIRINGSTEWARDESSES ACCEPTED NOW, FOR INTERN

FHA, FINANCING ItHAS CLASSES TO BEGIN IN JULY 1970

Todern 4 bedroom,2 bath CBS Liberty City area, porter a U. S. Citizenship is a requirement.
1 Carol City. Circular drive, man, ,in a private home. 758- To Fly All
ratio central heat built-in ,---------------------- -.
8128.
tchen, sliding doors from Six Continents '|IFOR FURTHER INFORMATION OR APPLICATIONS'

''drooms to patio, fenced I for the A.I.D. Intern Program fill in coupon I
2 bedroom a beauty at $30 per IMMEDIATE Mutt b. single, minimum age I and mail it NOW to: I
rge lot. Price $18,500 $1- *
week 1851 NW 1st Court, Miami 20. Height S 3" to 5'9 1
( ::10> down plus closing costs, OPENINGS Weight 105 to 140 Ibs. Good Robert Wrin'IProfessional
[24.57 month plus escrow Fla. down payment re- FOR I health. Good vision. Must Talent Search 1
quiredLeased.. be high school graduate.. Agency for International
Ifs Realty Broker'' 759-4371, I Development /
,,I :4-3666. JANITORSPART language.Knowledge of a foreign' ;I Washington, D. C. 20523 S 1

I. 1 bedroom In private home. TIME NIGHTS MIAMI INTERVIEWS 'IMAMP -
54 NW 5th Avenue Nicely furnished. Hot and cold
f') plea Z' 1 bedroom apart- water. 2491 NW 59tb st.Phone Good Pay Thursday, November 13th I|ADDRESS I II

t 4 r ,ents -.'garage, FHA $600 6M-22M. Fri.,. Benefits: For'Interview' iitefntmint. I II I

Fwn. Owner 'Call' 371-4972, Apply I I. P.u.- c.n I CITY -STATE.ZIP-......

L 1 358-1879. Room private home for 309 NW 2.d AVENUE PAN AM 637.2778 I I

\ ;'l sober middle age workingman M/F,3. p.-. t. 6 .p.m.!! As r.....,"ItMt/Inpleyer j PHONE (Area Code).'---_--.(Number), 1 1IU.
:
i ,
nett set with table and five
: *' 1012 NW 7 5tb St. after, (f.aef) "; I A Plow. for Progress Oovemment i* an Equal Opportunity Employer I
Ii' airs also day bedroom. AU _J
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THE MIAMI TIMES, Friday, October 31, 1969 31 .'

amount of 1422.00, she was 12th Avenue. The office is open

o. 6 b quite a happy old lady.She had monday through friday from
yo.. the advantage of collecting social 8:30 AM to 4:30 PM and for
security while still working those who cannot come in during I
because there is no limit the regular hours we remain -

I on earnings after age 72."Her open until 7:30 PM on
.. 0.1i story should convince the .Thursday evenings.RUMMAGE .

boubters," said Mr. Wofford,
SALE
that the social security rules
SCCUi ti'1'yOC1
1' surus.N on proving your age are as Going out of the clothing
strict as they are in order to business to make room for

Y1tr I protect the individual's rights. new epplionces. New and
INMWY If the law had allowed us'to
used item
+>< sdwm + clothing. Every
F her statement that she
accept
blouses
must go.Dresses, ,
was born in 1901, she would
pants, sweaters, skirts.
wend NII IM IDItfUTIIII
"
have lost lot of RedTape"
a money.
As low as 35_ each. Men'ssuits
is sometimes a bless-
+ : :rrr:.r in pants, |lockets at
ing disguise.
I
,I, give away prices. Over
Tape" is sometimes a bless-
5,000 Items. Sale starts
SOCIAL SECURITY"Social ing in disguise." Thursday, October 30, til
This is one of many such
all are sold. Also see our
incidents that occured in the
Security's rules on pectedto write to the bureau but new color TVs, refrigerator :
model service area
proof of age are strict, clear, of vital statistics there. city and ranges at discount -
about
information
but realistic," says Charles,,. People can save a lot of time for more prices.
"Your Social Security" why
E. Wofford, Branch Manager and get their first social security 14122 NW 21th AVENUE
not phone write or visit
your
of the Model City Social Security check faster by findingout
PHONE 685-1213
social security office. The office :
office. Every man or well ahead of time what
Mr. Michael Molina, comptroller and assistantMrs. is located in the grandway 9:30 a.m. 5:30 p.m. I I
woman filing a retirement papers they will need..
Martha Williams represented the shopping center at 5225 NW Saturday 9 a.m. to 1 p.m.
Sir John Ho- claim ,is asked to present his Sometimes the informationon
tel and the Sir John Knight Beat at the "Theaterof birth or baptismalcertificate, the birth certificate is a

Change" sponsored by Florida Beverage Corp. because these records made surprise. Mr. Wofford remembers -
Smirnoff's shortly after birth are the best the case of a lady AUTO INSURANCELow
Introducing newest product "Sparks"at
possible evidence. If they can who was born in Nassau. She
Premium Rates b "t
the Eden Roc, Miami Beach, Mr. Maurice Faske, not be obtained, then other applied for medicare in 1966 Low :;.,', ,
Monthly Payments
:
General Manager, Mr. Frank Howard, Night Manager documents such as school records when she was 65 but didn't expect Immediate SR-22 Filings.. "' '

; Frank Williams is the Sir John Knight Beat 'milybibles,and marriage to collect any cash bene- \ '
records showing the age fits because she was still OFFICE HOURS ..
Manager. Mon. Thru Fri. 9:30-7iOO ...."
of the bride and groom maybe working full time as laundry Sat. 930-4iOO| f.
used. "When a man tells us he worker. When her birth certi- .

iiiiiiniimiiiiiiiMiiiimiiiiiiiiiiiiimiiiiiimiittGoodby was born in Georgia in 1904 ficate arrived from Nassau,it BROWN REALTY & INSURANCE AGENCY

and never had a birth certici- showed her date of birth as 4740 NW 7th ,Avenue
cate," Mr. Wofford said,"We December 6, 1891 instead of 754-0655
don't send him on a wild goose 1901. The records were re-
chase looking for it.Every social checked at her request and the
PoVw'y security office has infor- register certified that they
mation showing when each of were Indeed correct. She aged CARLTON .REATY
the 50 states began keeping of- ten years in one day,literally,. ,
ficial records of bith.For example and it was a shock. When she I BROKERS
!
Alabama didn't start was told, however, that she 30T4 NW 19TH ST IMflj:]
\ If No Answer
4 :
until 1908. If he were born in was entitled to social security
IIEIIOlAITY- et New York State, however, checks for a whole year back, 693-4772 '
I which has excellent records she perked up a little. By the FHA TERMS 3 bdrms, 1 bath, Ige kitch, din rm,
t "- since 1880, he would be ex- time the check came in the liv rm, Ige rear screened porch, corner location.

O $16,500, $1,000 down, $139 mo. pays all.

Give Yourself a Lifetime Profession FHA-CBS-TILE RF,3 bdrm, 1 bath, liv rm, hitch,
din area, Ige porch, $17,000, $850 dwn, .$132 mo.

pp.fJPBE BY, ,BECOMING A3EAUTICIAN pays all.

Terms Reasonable Enroll Nowl! FHA-CBS-DUPLEX. Tile rf, tile fin, 1 bdrm, 1

Day and Evening Classes bath ea. side. Must see to appreciate. $18,500,
1000down. $131.24 mo.
SUNLIGHT BEAUTY SCHOOL
YOUR OWN BOSS FHA-CBS. Tile rf, terr firs, 3 bdrms, 1 bath, 'liv
169 NW 54th STREET 151-9148 rmdin area, kitch, Fla rmporchutll rms, $19,000,

OWN YOUR OWN BusiNESS. (Wig Styling Very Reasonable) $1,000 down, $154 0. pays all.

FHA-CBS-WATERFRONT. 3 bdrms, 1 bath, liv

TOP MONEY, rm, Fla rm, kitch, din rm, 2 util I rms, carport,
PRESTIGE, WHERE OTHER READERS HAVE porch, tile rf, $21,200, $2,600 down, $160 month
FABULOUS FUTUREt > all.BEAUTIFUL.
SHE HAS SUCCEEDED pays
; rAILD'ff 3 bdrm 1 1liv
F "TVTOTHEfANN EL PORTAL Lovely ,

Join these veteransand P Spiritual Reader and rm, kitch, din area, util I rm, porch, tile rf,
CBS landscaped $22,500 $5,000 down
corner. ,
the many other,! Arc you facing difficult problems? Poor Health?
Monyy or Job Trouble? Drink, Love or Family Troubles? 146.30 me.MEDICAL.
students who will Do you wont more hoppinet and good fortune In life?
becomeINTERNATIONAL "t if you have any of these problems or others like them, PROFESSIONAL OR BUSINESS22nd
cloir friend, there Is wonderful news of a remarkablenew Avenue Corner NW 80th Street
PROFESSIONAL x > way of help. Also your lucky days and lucky Corner Bldg. approx. 3,000 sq. ft. Excellent for
'
COLLEGE numbers. See Mother Ann today. $5 reading, t3 with Ad.
r medical center business offices commercial I
OPEN 9 A, M.'TO 9 P. M. NO APPOINTMENT NECESSARY ,
DENTAL TECHNICIANS. use $30,000$7,500 down, $200 mo.
Phone: 691.9583 9751 N. W. 27th Avenue
MIAMI. HONDA MANY OTHER FINE CHOICES AVAILABLE

-

HIGH PAY cmrmrw tm-nvn ivnrmTn mmvm
PRESTIGEPROFESSION ", ..

SAWYERS 4800 NW 2nd Avenue

Take advantage of UPHOLSTERY

your G.I. BENEFITSI.

I. P. C. DENTAL PLASTIC Corner 2 bedroom Fla room '.1
TECHNICIAN. ,
Tfc/f Vtf. I* on hit way to
hit own business.

\ COVERS immediate occupancy. Sold direct

DAY & NITE CLASSES flii

HIGH: SCHOOL DIPLOMA, NOT NECESSARYCALL
by owner '.
\
.iI"I

TODAY FOR YOUR APPOINTMENT -

PHONE: 625- 4114 .$500 down, $140 mo. pays, all.

JOE SAWYER PROP. I
'f:
WE RE-UPHOLSTER ANYTHING No qualifying "
CUSTOM-MADE DRAPERIES J >\

Ce C' s YJ4:a CUSTOM-MADE BEDSPREADSLOW .

Y'Z; A / i fy qv.y no closing costs.l _
oii Y" : ATIO3y LOW PRICES

f,'.6F y4 R 3yD{ HOURS: 8 to 5:30: MONDAY THRU SUNDAY '
313.0686 day "\

5625 NW 7th Ave. ,. "iI1',;'4'

864.8546 evenings. \

751-2677 696-5467



MIAMI TIMES Friday October 31, 1969
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SPECIALS GOOD THRU NOVEMBER 1 1969 jl

US CHOICE SIRLOIN

STEAK LB. 98 4 y E I

.''\ US CHOICE T BONE
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(; 54th ST. & 27th AVE. STEAK LB $1 .09 t
I '': SOUL FOOD CENTER ; .
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FLA. GRADE B
363 DAYS A YEAR FISH la. 19C

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LIMIT 1 WITH
ORDER APPLE SAUCE 16Y oz. 6/$1, .. '

A.G. BREAD <'
BANQUET 24 OZ. 29C
1 b s CORONET ASST.COOKIES.
v DINNERS 120Z. 29C

:,.. BEEF SAXFT
dM CHICKEN C PIGON PEAS iso 5/$1

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