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Title: The Miami times
Physical Description: Newspaper
Language: English
Publisher: The Magic Printery
Place of Publication: Miami Fla
Creation Date: November 7, 1969
Frequency: weekly
regular
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Subjects / Keywords: African Americans -- Newspapers -- Florida   ( lcsh )
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Spatial Coverage: United States -- Florida -- Dade -- Miami
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Additional Physical Form: Also available on microfilm from the University of Florida.
Dates or Sequential Designation: Began in 1923.
General Note: "Florida's favorite Colored weekly."
General Note: "Tempora mutantur et nos mutamur in illis."
General Note: Editor: H.F. Sigismund Reeves, <Jan. 6, 1967-Dec. 27, 1968>.
General Note: Description based on: Vol. 25, no. 8 (Oct. 23, 1948).
Funding: Funded by NEH in support of the National Digital Newspaper Project (NDNP), NEH Award Number: PJ-50006-05
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MISS FLORIDAMEMORIAL COLLEGE CROWNED

JACKSONVILLE suit A large group of ministersand several claimed, togetaroundthe Marian Jackson, a senior from Starke, was crowned Miss Florida Memo-
by several AME elders laymen were present as church law which requires
rial coronation ceremonies last Friday in the
College at night
Ernest college gym-
that
against Bishop G. N. Collinswas Atty. Jackson repre- remedies within the
postponed Monday until senting the bishop argued several church be exhausted before nasium. Jessie Newman a senior from Orlando, was runner up. House of

next Monday after hearing two vital points. civil suits can be brought. Photography photo.Stokes ,
witnesses. Bishops F:. D. Jordan and Some claim these men are

C. A. Gibbs were also presentat automatically suspended for
Teenagers HoldConference the side of Bishop Collins. violating this church provisionbut
The elders bringing the their attorney says this is SqUeeZeS By In Cleveland

charges wereD. P. Mack,A.L. not true, and if BlshopColllns ..

Bennett, S. A. Cousins, T.E. isn't extremely careful he not administration
Stokes defended his
folk Cleveland Mayor Carl
Amid songs, prayersand Shehee, A. J. Reddick and only will be moved from Florida '
a vow to "dream the im- Frank Allen. They charge the but suspended from the Stokes, 'withstood the tough and pointed generallyto
he started. He
possible dream"observed 100 National Miami bishop with: (1) Illegally col- bench of bishops until the next challenge of a Republican rival also programs complained that Perk refused '
teenagers lecting unauthorized funds;(2)) general conference.Dr. '
Youth Week last Saturday witha who challenged his crime to debate him, questioned -
Illegally transferring minis- W.B. Stewart, presidentof
Perk's work
conference on racism at Miami ters without giving the required Edward Waters College, fighting record but 'in an elec- as county
auditor and at
.
one point accused -
Dade Junior College ,ninety 'day notice; (3)) Ille- told a reporter he didn't care tion so close that a recount Is Republicans of steal- vxiY Y
North. gally transferring churches to become involved in
a politi- y
six Catholic ing from his campaign files.
Representing from one district to another. cal fight within the church but likely.

Protestant and Jewish It appeared that the charges he could testify that Bishop The suave Cleveland Demo- Stokes, 42-year-old grandson .

churches and temples,the high were sent to the general Collins has done more for the cratic Mayor polled 118,487 of a slave, drew about "
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school students, members" end-of church one day and the suit college than any bishop within votes to Republican opponent 40,000 white votes in 1967,

"Operation Handclasp, filed the next. This was done, many years. Ralph Perk's 116,515. edging Republican Seth C.Taft.
ed their weeklong program on
the 'causes of racism with a


brotherhood lege's cussions gymnasium."The week on racism rally Included.In and the posi-col-dis- LDF To Press Mississippi School Ruling I


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tive activities in the various -

communities to solve the problem Staff attorneys who are responsible Accordingly, they will file of their program, the entire ,plementation. tors by establishing a clear
/' p Operation Handclasp for more than 200 motions in 75;to 100 pending LDF legal and field educa- Otherwise, the burden ,will rule; they no. longer have the

Co-chairman Maureen Dough- separate southern Integrationcases school cases at the district tional staff will place special fall upon Negro children,parents option to delay school deseg- .

erty said. "This is Just a beginning across the South 'conferred court level asking for imme- emphasis on breaking the back and the LDF, LDF capacity regation, and segregationists
for real harmony in New York last week diate integration. They will 'of southern school resistance. of course, is limitedby therefore have no Incentiveto

among the races' and concluded that the Legal not wait for the close of the the availability of manpower try, to force them to keep

The teenagers plan to hold Defense Fund of the NAACP school year or even until the The President's statementlast and funds,particularly in an segregating.

other panel discussions on racism should follow up the Supreme end of the semester. Every Thursday in which he acknowledged Administration dedicated to (3) The decision gives the .
throughout the county, Courts Mississippi school southern state will be affected. that the court had law and order. LDF an4 the Department of I

Miss Dougherty said. ruling Immediately. spoken decisively and in whichhe The implementation of un- Justice a means of dealing with
said that the administration ambiguous Supreme Court District courts that refuse to'
Another of their 25 cases
from southern desires to help with ''prob rulings should be the first pri- enforce desegregation by involving -,
are on appeal
j district courts to the appeals lems" arising from the rulingis ority of government.This the Courts of AppealsIn
of course, :welcome. More playing a greater role of
court level.,We will also move ruling has several particularly -
,welcome, however, would be supervision in the desegregation -
for Immediate integration in noteworthy aspects:
and we hope that there soon process.
1 these. will be forthcoming state- ((1)) It ends segregated ((4)) It makes clear, once and

LDF has 25 New York based ment to the effect that the law schools after ,a suit is filed for all, that this country is un-

attorneys and 250 cooperating will be promptly vigorously without lengthy court proceed questionably on the road to integration -

lawyers across the South. Although enforced and that the full ings. and that no momentary -,

. they have caseload re- ,,resources of the Departmentof (2)) It lifts the burden from political expediency will 4
sponsobllltles in other areas Justice will be turned to im- southern school admlnlstra- turn it around.,
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Boycott Strangles' Attorney Gwen Cherry Joins i .1


Coast Guard. Staff

Biased Merchants

Mrs. Cherry holds three

JACKSON, Miss. -An effective ($40,000) of the food stamps different degress. She attended -
economic boycott that issued in Clairborne County New York University, University -

has financially strangled bias- during the last several months of California in Los tin
ed white merchants over the have been cashed in the county. Angeles, Morgan State College i
& last two years has brought Port Gibson's one percent Baltimore, Fisk Universityin 4

about a $3.5 million damagesuit sales tax proceeds dropped' Nashville and Florida A&M

NMS ,. +1/J against the NAACP and 'from $5,849 in August 1968 to She holds a Juris Doctor de- 1
numerous Individuals by'23 $3,941 last August. gree, a M. A. degree Inhuman | (

Port Gibson, Miss, businessmen. The suit charges that on or relations, and a B. A. degree' tin

% about April 1, 1966 "and continuing biology and chemistry.In .

L _.. The suit filed in Chancery dally thereafter" the uyq',3 --- -- school Court, seeks damages for alleged organization and individuals Gamma Rho Sorority pre-
THEY DO "THE MILK THING" -These high senIors *
loss entered into 7 sented her with a plaque inscribed -'
Injuries
wrongs, a "conspiracy"to
of Miami Central Hfghleft) and Patricia
Sherry Carey
and damages" done to plain- "ruin and cause injury" Mrs. Gwendolyn S.n Cherry "Dade County's First
Stevens of Miami Jackson High- are among the outstanding Florida tiffs. It also seeks an injunc- 'to the complainants. "It said of 2545 NW 46th St., recently Negro Women Attorney.." r
television the South
young people being saluted on by tion prohibiting further boy- the defendants did not enter Joined the legal staff of Com- Then, in 1967, she was awarded t
school and other outstanding
this
Dairy Farmers year. They cotting. into the conspiracy for the mander, Seventh Coast Guard another plaque titled "out-
are appearing in a ,series of TV and radio commercials -
youngsters to offset ad- The Intensity of the 2 1/2 purpose of "protecting or ad- District.In standing: Negro 1967" by the
the Dairy Farmers help
sponsored by year-old boycott has fluctuated vancing any legitimate Interest her work for the Coast staff at Carver High School, '
small number of
people.
generated by a young
verse publicity with only a few of the mer- of their own; and that said Guard, Mrs. Cherry handles Delray Beach In 1968, the
and tells
student
salutes a different somethingof
Each
his message or her accomplishments in the school and community.The chants affected at the outset. act constituted an "unlawful cases involving federal Jurisprudence graduating' law students at <

salutes are being carried on mostSouth Florida stations, Recently, however,the boycottwas conspiracy.: in marine areas.She Florida "All:M presented her t' (
with photos of the students used on TV spots. Sherry, daugh- extended to include all Individuals named in the has special expertise, due to with the"most dynamic teach
merchants and suit included leader her training, In matters pertaining er" plaque. '
area reportedly Negro Dr.

Earl 1451 NW 138th St. North
ter of Mr,,and Mrs. W. Carey, ,
Miami is a varsity cheerleader and holds the title of Miss caused the closing of 13 Aaron Shir ley,NAACP official: to Florida law,and will Among her other talents,

Miami Central. Patricia, daughter of Mrs. Alma Maria Ste- stores. and Fayette Mayor Charles offer more personal legal assistance Mrs. Cherry Is ardent writer r'
: to military personnelthan and has authored 18 articles
Officials have estimated Evers and Alderman Fred Allen
vens, 1492 NW 51st St., is secretary of the Jackson High Stu-
dent Council and captain of the cheerleaders Each was selected that less than onefourthr ,and state NAACP Presi. has been possible in the for scientific and educational : -

by her school for the Dairy Farmers salute. dent Aaron Henry JUt. Journals. ,
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; Evaluated Bound Program' Don't Reform Welfare System Replace' "lt 1- .: }

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Sweeting changes In national safety, and decency." school-age chldren and heads tion in employment." .
More than forty Upward Senior High Schools. manpower and welfare policies They recommended that the of single-parent families from Mr. Young concluded with ,
Bound directors and student Professor Sam Messer, director were recommended to :a shortcomings of the bill be these provisions. an appeal to the Committee to i
leaders from all over the stateof of the project at the key house committee this week remedied through a revised "Most of the poor whoare look behind the statistics of I
Florida will convene at the University of Miami, also ex- ;by two major national organi standard'Of income assurance able, do work," they said.At- poverty at the human misery '
University of Miami this pects Carol Thitfpen( directorof zations. above the poverty level, full tacking the myth that the poor' still rampant in America today ,'
Thursday, Friday and Saturday Upward Bound In the southeastern federal administration and don't want to work, they cited ; The "basic, elementary
(Nov. 6-8). states, tu attend. Whitney M. Young,Jr,executive costs of welfare, and assurances figures showing that 5 million needs for dignity and sufficiency -
The conference will begin director of the national of jobs at decent people were underemployed must be answered," hesaid. 'J
On Friday they will evaluate Urban League and president for those in the at that less x
with dinner at 6 p.m. Thurs wages pro- working jobs pay
last and last summer's of the National Association of
year America" i
day In Private Dining Room 2 posed work-training program. than the poverty level. "This 'Other ,
programs, discuss, such major Social Workers, and Norman he continued "can no longerbe
of Whit ten Union. George They said the work-re- "The most intractable ,
aspects of Upward Bound as Giampetro, UM director of V. Lourie, former president quirement aspects of the Ad- problem today is not in unemployment ignored, despised, and re-
recruitment, and exchange of the NASW, told the House jected. The ultimate securityof
admissions, will speak on ad- ministration bill"wrong itself, they stated,
programs and academic and missions policies. Ways and Means Committe< ly create climate of mistrustand "but in' full-time work at lowpay all Americans is dependentupon
enrichment progams. Plans that "the best approach to the the success'of our efforts "
Dr. John R. Beery dean of coercion, and called for in deadend Jobs with little
will also be made for a College i welfare system is not to reform to end poverty." '
the UM School of Education exemption of mothers with security, and in discrimina
Bowl Olympic programfor it, but to replace it with'a
next summer to include will welcome those attending new system that assures;
competition in academics,art, Friday's discussion sessions, people in need an adequate '
music and athletics. which will meet from 9 a.m.,,, Income on an equitable basis." :: ReElectJAMES I
to noon in the Education Annex :
On Saturday the visitors They will continue from 1:30 They recommended a "uni:' E.
from the other five Upward to 4:30 p.m., followed by a versal system of social security '
Bound projects in Florida will cookout and the UM-Navy directed at the preven- HUGERCITY
sit in on UM's regular program football game at the Orange tion of poverty." .f

for local high school stu-' Bowl. This includes: COMMISSIONERfOR
dents, from South Dade,Kil- Sessions from 9 to noon on A manpower program which PROVEN BOLO t
lian, Northwestern, Miami Saturday will also be in the provides meaningful jobs at AGGRESSIVE LEADERSHIP I
Edison and Miami Jackson Education Annex adequate wages. CITY.WIDI 1 ,

Creation of a public service eu

Local Red Cross Youths To Attend employment system and guar-
I', antees of jobs and training to .r,p
Apollo 12 Launching all who want them. /+ s.

A federally financed and administered j

Red Cross Youth leaders ers include Nelson Adams III cash payment system -
selected from Dade County of Miami Jackson High, Jerry of income maintenance '
high schools and colleges are Batzel of Archbishop Curley an adequate level of assured 'P' 1n

one of three fortunate student High, Wayne Pressnall from payment, y
grt ups in the state invited by South Dade Senior High, Expansion social security yi r
NASA to attend the Apollo 12 Michael Currea from Miami- coverage to end poverty for the'
launching at John F. Kennedy Dade Junior College, North aged, and establishment of a ; ,
Space Center on Friday, November -Campus, and Sue Schend- universal health'plan to meet p
14th. linger, a student at the Uni- the health needs of families ye
Five Red Cross young versity of Miami. and children.A .
people plus a teachersponsor
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The Red Cross teacher- basic social service and
all representing Dade sponsor accompanying, the rehabilitation system to bring During a recent city-wide election in Daytona Beach, Florida, James E.

County Chapter, AmericanRed group is Mr. Burt Bond, professional help to those in Huger was the topvotegetter among 12candidates for City Commission. Huger
the Cross, will be on hand for science teacher at Miami need of it. winning for the third straight time won with ease over his opponent James I. ;.: ,
second manned lunar land-
ing mission scheduled for 1:22 Beach High While supporting the prin- Flatt, by a 3,230 vote margin. The total 5,000 votes was the most any candi -

Nelson Adams DI lives at ciple of the Nixon Admin- date received tn recent years in Daytona Beach. '.'

a.m.The Red Cross Youth lead- 4600 NW 15th Court. istrations proposals for partial Huger, Business Manager at Bethune-Cookman College became the first ',,1;
federal takeover of wel- Negro be elected the v
to Commission
to City in, 1965.
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Entered as Second Class Matter, August 8, 1927 at the Post
Office at Miami, Florida, under the act of March 8, 1876

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Criticism of Dr. Wax UnjustA


report in one of our local newspapers on the situationof

flag saluting at Miami Palmetto High School drew sharp

criticism from some members of our local school board on

the way Dr. Ira Wax, Palmetto Principal and his bi-racial

committee handled the situation. Briefly stated, the facts are: YYYk
.
Seven black students have refused to pledge allegiance to yC,

the flag during the morning exercises. Having learned of the

situation, Dr Wax called his bi-racial committee into sessionto

discuss the matter.After considerable discussion! ,the com-

mittee, with Dr. Wax's approval decided to Ignore the matter

directly, and use other methods to dissuade this kind of ac

tivity. Two of the seven, after students, teachers and parents

talked with them, discontinued the practice.For .
this, Dr. Wax has been severely criticized by some
members of the school Board.

We cannot agree with those members. In a school already

plagued by racial unrest, a sane and sober thinking adminis-
rpkWsrT
trator with the help of parents, teachers and students decidedto

use an approach that they felt would eliminate the prob-

lem and draw the Palmetto High family closer together.

Every Indication reveals that they are making progress. And !

yet, our elected officials, elected to deal with all of the probI I

lems of'our school system cannot see the logic; and sound : To Be Equal
reasoning of one of Its administrators. Instead, they would
tend to make remarks that would undercut his very effectiveness. (

Perhaps it would be better for those members to change by Whitney M. Young Jr.
places with Its administrators and see If they can do half as By Booker T. HayesWho's
Executive Director National Urban League
good a job as did Dr. Wax and his committee. I 4 -
In these troubled times it is sometimes better to bend the '
Your Boss?
rule, if there is s ha rule, and bring peace out of chaos.
is what Wax did and believe he is National Health Insurance
Perhaps this Dr. we right!
There's only one boss, and whether a person shines shoes

Americans spend more for health services and getless for for a living or heads up the largest corporation in the world,
Gov. Kirk Should Appoint Dr. Shirley their money than other people.We the boss remains the same. It's the customer.Here is the one

spend about $60 billion person who pays everyone's salary and decides whether bus-
health.
on But at least 14 other
15 the School Board Helene
After on Dade County Mrs.
years countries have a lower rate of infant mortality. The iness is going to succeed or fail.Andhe doesn't care if a bus-
Vosloh Is her to her ten- average
resigning position remarry. During iness has been around a hundred The minute It starts
lenght ot life is longer In 20 other countries. H', years.
ure change was the password. The U. S.. Supreme Court's
treating him he'll it out of business.
badly
Serious illness means disaster for who put
anyone can't afford
desegregation decision, prayer in the schools, pupil assign- private hospital Insurance. Hospital costs are nearly $60 This boss, the customer, has bought and will buy everythingyou
per
ment, were among the many changes that occurred.
day and rising fast, while public clinics serving the poor are have or will ever own.He's bought all your clothers, your
Mrs. Vosloh has urged Gov. Kirk to appoint someone who
home car for children's education and va
grossly Inadequate. your pays you your
can think for himself and,not be a tool of We
anyone. agree
The health cations. He all of bills and he them in exact
gapbetween white andblack rich and is wideiting pays your pays
with Mrs. Vosloh that the pace of change In Dade County requires poor, -
too A recently published Public Affairs pamphlet proportion to the way you treat him.
a bold imaginative objective and highly respected
points"out that "black Infants die at twice the rate of whites, The man who works deep inside a big plant on an assemblylive

person. and black mothers die at four times the rate. Blacks die twiceas might think he's working for the company that writes his
Dr. Edwin S. Shirley, a local physician is such a man. He
frequently as whites paycheck, but he's not. He's working for the person who buys
from. ..almost evei y other disease hazard
has long been active in the educational growth and develop- r -
related to the availability medical care and decent living the product at the end of the line[U this person doesn't like the
ment In Dade County. A frequent visitor to school board
conditions." product, he won't buy it, and eventually, if this continues, he
meetings, Dr. Shirley is one of the most knowledgeable citi-
Such statistics the fires the man on the live to fact he'll fire everyone
zens on problems of our school system. report adds, "are duplicated by those of assembly ,
Dr. Shirley served on the committee torev'lsethe boundary white"A m e r 1 c a n s who live under similar conditions of pov in the company from the president on down,and he can do It by
erty simply spending his This Is one reason
money someplace else.
lines of Edison Junior and Senior High Schools, and was a
member of the Greater Miami Coalition'Task Force which Delivery of health care is a national scandal. There aren't why taking pride In the work we do is so important to us personally -

studied the' Miami Palmetto High School crisis. enough doctors, nurses, or hospital beds.We're just about the Aside from the joy that comes from doing an exceptionally -

Dr. Shirley is married and the father of three. He has established only modern Industrialized nation that still puts up with such a good job, it will help get more customers, keep the

rapport with "the now generation" and enjoys their chaotic system and more and more people are coming to rea ones we've got, and insure the weekly paycheck.
I r respect. .His past efforts on the Metro Community Relations lize that the time for change Is at hand. There was a laundry that kept breaking buttons on my shirts.I .
With very few dissenting'voices the National don't send them there There must be hundreds of
Board adds more credence to our desire for Gov, Kirk to appoint Governors anymore.
.him to our School Board. He would serve our community Conference -- made up of the governors of all 50 states -. declared men who had the same experience who have stopped sending
e well. Its support for a national system compulsory health their shirts to this laundry. Now, eventually, it may have already -

Insurance. And Secretary of Health, Education and Welfare happened, the person running the press who kept break-
Sesame Street A Must. For Finch Instructed a federal committee examining health care to ing buttons has to lose that job.He'llbe fired by the customer,

study proposals for a national health insurance program.Citi, and the laundry loses thousands of dollars.The customer los:

Our Boys & Girls zens groups?organized labor,and social reformers have been es, the company loses, the employee loses, doesn't help any-

urging adoption of such a plan for years, but their cries have one.Some
11- "Sesame Street,".a well-integrated television program fallen on_deaf ears until now. of the largest companies that had flourishing businesses -
which will use entertainment techniques common to commercial Opponents of national health Insurance used to raise the a few years ago are no longer In existence. They couldn't

TV to teach the nation's three, four, and five year old alarm of "socialized medicine" and circulate scare stories or didn't satisfy the customer. They forgot who the boss

youngsters, is being produced by the Children's Television designed to frighten supporters of a more rational system of really Is. Some brand names that once were famous which led
Workshop of NET (National Educational Television).This new health But their fields found
care. now millions of elderly citizens are benefiting a few years back, can no longer be others
daily television series, designed to help prepare preschool from the Medicare program and their younger relations are are bigger and better than ever.
I children for public school will be broadcast Monday through asking "Why not too The
us, ? customer is always fair. He can be won back, if you
Friday, beginning November 10. Private Insurance plans just don't cover enough people.The don't let him go too long. He'll spend his money with you If

In order to get as much Involvement of black,children as vast majority of Americans have no Insurance against dental, you earn it, and he'll bring his friends.You can fool him once,

possible, the National Council of Negro Women has endorsed drug, and doctor's costs.And a large minority the population but seldom twice, and you're only fooling yourself It you try.

this program and.is working. to increase the black viewing au- isn't even enrolled In Insurance plans that,cover hospital ex You can get in your car and drive across the country and

dience. penses. tell by looking at any business, from a little corner grocery
America is in the midst of a great war on poverty and black There is no reason why health Insurance shouldn'tbe extended store to a'mammoth corporation exactly how it's treating the

people are attempting to make revolutionary changes in the so- to the entire population. A system of employer-employee boss, by serving the way the boss has been treating the bus-

cial structure through legislation and through militant persuasion. deducatlons to finance the Insurance,with the government pick iness. Knowing who the boss really Is and how to treat him can

We have been under-educated, and economically ing up part of the tab as well, would provide the funds for the make all the difference between success and failure,happinessand
underprlvleged, and we have'adopted many lines of attack, but program. That's similar to how we now social security. constant frustration ,
the key to the success of all of them Is education. Benefits ought to cover hospitalization,doctor's services This week's column 'Is reprinted from"Our Changing

The National Council of Negro Women is calling upon all nursing care, tests, prescriptions, regular physical exams'' World" by Earl Nightingale. I feel some of my readers who
black educational, welfare, and child care centers, as well as and all the other necessary costs that now strain family bud" have not read it might find it quite interesting. I did.

civic, religious and social organizations to join us In an attempt gets and prevent people from getting the health care they need.

to alert mothers, teachers, and children about this innovative A sound insurance system would provide for expanding medical
show. We are asking your participation inhelping us schools to I n ere a s e the supply of doctors -
andtralned
to promote a large black viewing audience on a local level in technicians, expand and Improve our Inadequate hospitals Health care Is a basic human right.It's not something people
order to make use of the television media to do a job of teaching create a system of neighborhood,clinics. ,and should have because they've got the money tobuy it. There is
preschool youngsters ona scale which systems can-, A universal no excuse for the world's richest country to have anything less
system that
not yet afford to do. covered everyone would remove the than the very best health care for all its citizens.
stigma of means tests and other
"Sesame Street" can be viewed In the Mlamiarea pn Chan. !elation Let's not forget that arbitrary the divisions of the po p. Extending Medicare to the poor or to other age groups, or
even
middle further
nel 2 and will be broadcast Monday through Friday beginning class becomes following a patchwork approach can't work. The time
"medically in
indigent" these
days of ruinously high medical has come for a universal health Insurance -
of
comprehensive system
November 10, at 10:00 a.m. bills.
t t to incure everyone the right to decent health care.

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Elizabeth Duncan Koontz was the first Black President of the "
National Education'Association and also the first Black womanto
ever head the Women's Bureau in the Department of Labor.
She went to the post as head of the Women's Bureau in February /
1969 from the NEA presidency,which she had served since
July 1968. President Nixon appointed Mrs.Koontz to this posi-
tion because of her qualifications and her excellent backgroundin
the fields of educationandhuman relat ions. Prior to becom-
ing the President of the NEA, she was a teacher of disadvan- "
taged children in Salisbury North Carolina, where she grad-
uated from high school in 1935.
She has an AB degree from
Livingston College, an MA
from Atlanta University, and
has done graduate work at both ,j'I
Columbia University and Indiana

University. Equippedwith

an excellent education, a
wealth of experience with children

and community as well >- !" ,
as with national and interna- ,1 ,j
tional organizations. Mrs. ;" "'" '
Koontz was ready to serve both .

NEA and in the President's i L ONEMPLOYMENT/// ',,:
Department of Labor.She uses I ,
her intelligence, her courageand ji IS ,
her knowledge from her f

many experiences- to great advantage SECRETARY OF THE :r::
in meeting the many ELIZABETH D. KOONTZ ; ::1
challenging situations which often confront her. In 1965 she TREASURYKENNEDY"i, i

served as president NEA's largest department,the Associa- .. i i'
I tion of Classroom Teachers; and from 1965-68 she was a .
member of the President's Advisory Council on Education of ,
To Whom. ?
Disadvantaged Children. She is a member NEA's Council for Acceptable .
Exceptional Children and the North Carolina Council and the ,
National Association for Retarded Children. At present (November j
1969))she served as U.S.Delegate to the United Nations .
Commission on the Status of Women; an appointment made by ,
the work of such a Commission Is not since she at one time RANDOM THOUGHTS [LETTERS TO THE EDITOR! !
served on the North Carolina Governor's Commission on the
Status of Women. ...",
Elizabeth Duncan Koontz brings dignity and great experienceto oy GLORIA MILLER

the position of Head of the Women's Bureau of the Department Citizens Ask Commissioners ;r(
of Labor, because of the offices In which she functionedand ,
her extensive travels. In 1964 she was on of the NCCJ Workshop Provided A Rare For Answers '.
Americans out 16whovisitedtheSovietUnion at the requestof (
Saturday Review magazine. Two years earlier she repre- And Rewarding Week To: Miami City Commissioners ''I.;"
:sented NEA on a trip tO!'West Berlin to observe the effects of Re: Letter to Miami City Commissioners printed in ,
I About 150 both local and out-of-staters went
the Berlin Wall on education.She has also attended comerences people, just The Miami Times, September 26, 1969. '
through a vigorous mind-boggeling week. The occasion
in Vancouver, B.C., Canada,Dublin, Ireland,and Seoul, Korea, was
the annual National Conference of Christians and whose
of the World Confederation of Organizations of the Teaching Jews Recently the enclosed letter was sent toyouregardmg unfavorable -
topic "Violence and Its Effect Children and "
Profession (WCOTPand educational advisory and consultative : on Youth, set conditions existing between employees of the Miami
body working with, but independent of the United Nations the tone for the participants. This was a fully Integrated con- Police Department At this time, there have been no obvious
Educational, Scientific and Cultural OrganlzationUNESCO).. ference, black and white, Christian and Jew and Its Imme- changes concerning the mentioned conditions
diate concern was to set forth resolutions and recommendations
Before and after the trip to the conference in Korea, she visit- -
about violence to be sent to the 1970 White House Con- We are anxious to know what you, the City Commissioners,
ed coutries around the world.
numerous ference. have done regarding this problem.Did you investigate con-
this 1969 Elizabeth Duncan Koontz has received -
During .
year. The task would seem to be an Impossible one. But inter- ditions? What were the results of your investigation?
eight Honorary Doctor's degrees,e which was from her alma -
mater at which time she also received the Distinguished estingly enough, it was everything but that. It was frantic, If an investigation was made, it should have disclosed that
Alumni Medallion her alma mater, Livingston College.She chaotic, upsetting, disorganized and critical at various times male Caucasion prisoners are working in the City of Miami
during the four days it met. It youth'against adults, youth Police Benevolent Association's Canteen located
is also the recipient of several other awards, including the in the Cityof
Distinguished Teacher Award from the Civitan Club of Salisbury against the establishment, and everyone against an opinion Miami Justice Building, 1145NW 11th St and that an officerof
N.C. that didn't seem to mesh with their own. It caused headachesand the Miami Police Department assigned to a particular division -
backaches, grumbling and fussing and Intense feelingsthat is performing duties for the PBA canteen his
Her husband, Harry L.Koontz,a teacher of mathematics and during
physical education, and athletics coach at Dunbar High Schoolof bordered on frustration. It seemed unending and unreal; working hours Instead of working in the area for which he is
repetitious and futile and totally Incapable of reaching a so- being paid by the City of Miami
East Spencer in Rowan County,N.C. Joins friends the world taxpayers. Are the taxpayers
over in giving his brilliant wife, Elizabeth Duncan Koontz, the lution. Yes, it overcame all these Insane barriers because of benefitting from such arrangements? Should the City of Miami
kind of moral as well as spiritual support that will keep her on the willing, dogged determination of both youth and adults, pay for work being done for te PBA?
which made It yet another thing a paradox.The .
the upward path to greater success. . four days of peaceful confrontation some would dis- We feel that if some action was taken, the black as well as

agree about the word peaceful had a fruitful and significant the white policemen should be aware of what has been done
ending. It produced over 50 recommendations that ranged and it should be revealed to the public since citizens and taxpayers -

I PHIL OSSOFER from providing more andbetter health,education and welfarefor of,the City of Miami and Dade County are interested in
all citizens, to the concerns of youth about the draft and the outcome of such an investigation.

To be or not to be, that is are the uses of adversity." In lowering the voting age. It contained solid, well thought out Copies of the letter were sent to various agencies in
the question. Shall we or shall addition, let us remember thata resolutions that ran the gamut of a simply stated "kill therats' Miami, Including newspapers and a local television station.To .
we not legalize marijuana? priceless pearl is formedby to disarming the police and providing them with non- date, only The Miami Times has shown concern in recent
Certain arguments for legali- an Irritation within the oys- lethal''yet effective weapons. It placed its captive audience in editorials and articles.
real no-nonsense settings that produced constructive, dy-
zation seem to have merit. ter. namic conversation. It proved that all people, from the mid- ,We, 'the citizens of Miami and Dade County, would like to
For instance, as far as Is The greatest men who ever west to the southeast, could agree to disagree, and that dialogue know what you have done or are doing in our Interest. So far,
known now, marijuana is no suffered the most. Witness and dissent needn't be silenced out of any fear of physical it appears that you are disregarding what we feel is a problemof
more dangerous than alcohol Christ, who was a perfect ex- violence major concern. .
and cigarettes, two legal ample. Yet there are today Samuel Johnson seemed to capsule the concept of the con- Interested Citizens and Taxpayers
Items. In fact, some doctors those who let their hair: and ference, "every man has a right to utter what he thinks the
claim that marijuana is not beards grow so they might truth, and every other man has a right to knock him down for
habit-forming as is often the look like the beloved Jesus it." With words we knocked each other down and with words Racetracks UnfairDear
case ,with alcohol and tobacco. outwardly, only but inwardly we_.picked ourselves up.
stubborn they reject the'bitter cup It was a privilege to attend and for that privilege, I think
Well, maybe I'm that brings salvation, simply the NCCJ, Frank McGrath, Miami director and Dr. James Editor:
and narrow-minded, but I'm want NOW attainment national Your article on racing association unfair to blacks.It is so
because they a Eagan, vice president.
definitely against legalizing of the heights which true and'I had to write you for dolnar so. I started with horsesi
marijuana even If it is proven :owes only from struggle and ----------, at the age'oU2.Iflrstbroke horses when they were yearlings.
non-habit forming. I base my search after many years of |rSUBSCRIPTION I ORDER \| Then I started jumping them. Then I was told I was too good a ,
argument on the premise thatIf determination.Those | rider for jumping horses. So Itooka job as head exercise boyI
'one starts In the directionof Worn! Times on track.
any "instant" uplift or a who seek truth wel- I 6530 NW 15th Avenue I

sidetrack from reality, he has come adversity. They under- I Florida. j I I here
of Miami 331V am now a groom at Hialeah track. I just returned from
God's
be
this to
stand way
that
missed the purpose of life, His earthly child I Enclosed please find the sum.of $5.00 I Suffolk Downs in Boston.I am getting over a sickness I had,
and perfecting ,
of growing by meeting j I hoping to be in shape for opening day at Tropical Nov. 15. I
of the
overcoming one's problems.This ren. This is the lesson I to cover .the cost of a one year subscriptionto I : say all this to say that I do know that I am qualified to be
Is what life Is all about. Book of Job. the Miami Times. I more than a groom. But I am black.The black man taught the,

An ancient Chinese proverb How foolish, then, to seek I white man about race horses.The best jockeys were black. The
tells us, "The gem cannotbe the higher life by avoiding,the i Moll Paper T.i I groom tells the owner what is wrong with his horse. The owner
polished without friction, rocky but rewarding road of Add,... | doesn't know. He asks the groom or exercise boy, how far did !
nor can man be perfected truth, choosing Instead to follow i he run yesterday, what do we have to do to be paddock judge. '
,without trials." Shakespeare that false prophet, mari, l city .Slot*. ZIp Cod. !I tarters addmission clerk or mutuel clerk iI
It this ."Sweet juana. I Tell me what. Richard Tracy, 2108 NW 51 St.
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6 THE MIAMI TIMES Friday, November 19 S9 MISS. CEP Contest Slnt Jp

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the HOPI Concentrated 'r1o V.:: 12, a' personal
Florida
: ,Miamian May Be Employment Program has Initiated liSting name,age, martS?
: a contest to choose Miss tus, organizations, height t

'Teacher The Year CEP, who will represent during the the achievement.weight, and any outstanding't f t 6:

BY CLARICE LITTLES CEP program
Miami Times Society Editor Mrs. LenoiuSmith.ateach- Her ability as a teacher nas Orange Blossom Classic ac- The winners will be deter
... er at Poinciana Park Elementary earned for her the responsibility tivities. She will participatein mined by popular vote First
\ : ;tU. 1tj of supervising and:motivating Blossom Classic place winner: Miss
WEEK-November9-15.Wes
YOUTH APPRECIATION futEJ' Sc'h a'd 1, is one of fivefinalists the Orange CEp,
other teachers. She The runner-ups will runner-up and second
of community.. In the running for parade. runner.
the
our
youth
of five interns In these ac- up.
Florida "Teacher of the Is in charge also participate
1 MEASURING RODSAt Year." from the University of Miami. tivities. Voting'will take place atthe
Smith is married to for candidates CEP main
the close of life the question will be not, how much ,have Mrs. Smith, Mrs. Qualifications building, 64444 NW
who started in Miami Police Lt. Leroy are as follows: Must be 7th Ave. all day on Nov.20
you got, but how much have you given;not how much have you and
live at 1030 NW In the CEP Nov. 21. The
j the school sys- Smith. They an active trainee winners will be '
I saved ; tem as a secretary 67th St. with their daughter, program; must submit to the announced on Wednesday,NOV i

t loved and served, not how much were you honored. NathanC. caught the Alexis. receptionist Miss Miriam 26. M ,
Schaeffer. classroom fever Rolle at 6444 NW 7th Ave. by -

j Elizabeth B. Williams has returned from a vacation In 13 yearsagoand PreThanksgivingTea Sunlight Beauty
: Nassau.. many Mi- THANK, YOU
Jetting In from New York to visit relatives and to celebrate ami school SundayLodge All former students cilia.i'
his birthday was LeroySmith. Leroy was busy greeting friends children have The children of Mr. and light Beauty School are asked
and renewing acquaintances at a party Saturday evening. been much bet- P No. 13, Grand United Mrs. Warren T. Lowe, Sr. to meet with Mr. Julius and 1
: Congratulations to Homer Lanier, Miami Police Department ter off becauseshe Order of Pall Bearers of wish to thank their many faculty Sunday at 4 p.m.
i who shared the Outstanding Officer'award for September did.Attention. i I America, Inc. cordially invite friends' for their kindness Meeting :will be held atSun-
with Eugene Cummings., the public to attend its Fourth shown during the celebrationof light Beauty School, 769 NW i
Charles and Ethel Ingraham christened their son John Annual Pre-Thanksgiving Tea their 50th wedding anni- 54th St.Agenls.
I Baxter at the Episcopal Church of The Incarnation on Sunday CEP Sunday, Nov. 9, 4 p.m. at Pall versary on Oct. 26, 1969.
i ,'October 26. Bearers Temple, 5525 NW 7th
Saying good-bye to Miami 'are Libby (Mrs. William) Hep Alumni Avenue. Donation is $1.00 and EXOTIC SPICE TEA Wanted''

burn and son, Byran who are moving Nuremberg, Germanyto There will be a meeting of Edward Williams is president.and On this Sunday Nov.9,there Agents to sell The Miami
the CEP alumni on Sunday
,
Join her husband.Houseguesting Times wanted
are oil
Nov. 9 at 6 o'clock. Addressis be in the Classic parade? will be an Exotic Spice Tea at over ?
with Zack and Helen Johnson were the L. B. Florida and Georgia.
6444 NW 7th A venue.Please If so be present at the Nov. the Masonic Temple, 941 NW They
I Johnsons (Charmaine) and children, Craig, Anita and Dianne may be boys and girls or
4 6
I 3rd Ave from p.m.sponsored -
of Nassau. attend. 9, meeting. adults. Make spending
invitations are in the mail for the Fall Concert of the Performing Would you like to be Miss Miss Sheila Williams, re- by New Providence, money. Write or call Mrs.
Arts society of the Paul LaPierre School of Musical CEP Alumni, or her attendant, porter. Court No. 129. Public is in- Davis, 6530 NW 15th Ave
Arts to be held at the Fontainebleau Hotel's La Ronde Room, "i. :: :Xm ::::::::::'---'=:::::::::::: :::::::::::::::: ::::: vited.
Sunday, December 14, 2 p.m. WIG WAREHOUSE SALE : ::: Mrs. Johnnie M. Hill, MAM 691.0421.'i'
The United Fund of Dade County 1969 Campaign Victory GET YOURSELF TOGETHER | Y .::: g

Dinner Meeting will take place Thursday, Nov. 20 at the New WITH THESE dressmaker 1: { o rt"
Everglades, 7 p.m. SUPER SOUL SPECIALS
I Cortrell Meadows' of Chicago is vacationing in Miami. THE FAMOUS
Mrs. Fred (aunt Gertrude) Haven of Nassau passed away on NATURAL I BOUTIQUE j}

Saturday, Nov. 1. Funeral services were held Wednesday at AFRO ....:
St. Barnabas. Jetting to Nassau for the funeral were Hazel Only |E
"Styles for the :|'
Grant, 'Marie Wareham, Kathleen Cooper, John Cooper, $11.95 0 P4
Frances Chambers, Debra Edwards, Garth and Beatrice >> :
Reeves. Harold Cooper, Philadelphia. WIGLETS ti i[If fashion minded j

The children of Mrs. Celestine Thompson hosted surprise $4.93The

birthday party. her on Sunday at her home, 806 NW 44th exciting new Wash & I KI girl of today I
Street. """\ Wear, Curly, or Tapered 0'

Sylvia Sands,.and son, Shawne jetted in from Nassau to be at backstretch WIGS Sizes 7-15 i
the bedside of her mother, Mrs. Thelma Adderley who under- $14.79 up ::
went surgery at Hollywood's Memorial Hospital. Satisfaction OuaranUtd S I 6026 N.W. J{ i1f

Happiness, is a trip to Nashville to visit your brothers and LADY LEE WIGS {r
773 FUhrmanSt.OpaLockaOp 7th Ave.Mrs.
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attend a football game between FAMU and Tennessee State. ,;: '
10:30 A.M.-5:30 P.M. t ," ::=:
So it was Antionette Turner and Darlene Bryant who visitEd Closed Tuesday. T"l.68S-S541 :::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::: ::::::::::::::::::::::::...::': ,
their brothers, Donald Sands and Thaddeus Pinckney last
Week. t'r )
Sylvia Kemp, daughter of Mrs. Valerie Smith and Lemmuel _
Kemp, a recent graduate of Charron-Williams Business I \,
School. Sylvia will be working in New York City. W.I as Harvey
ATTENTION PARENTS November 10 is the day_ the : 4419 NW 11th AVENUE .4 ,r 4'J r

program, "Sesame Street" will be aired six days a week on I 633-9318 'o
WTHS. Be sure your preschool children are watching! i'to

Congratulations to Lenora (Mrs. Leroy)Smith, Poinciana It's Later Than You Think!! 1.
Park teacher who is one of five finalists for Florida Teacherof a \ .

the Year. Layaway Now!
Incarnation's 13th All States' Tea was a grand success.
Our thanks to all who worked to the knowledge of a job well sP
,done. Mrs. Ida Turner was chairman. Winners were Idaho, For "Christmas"Afro :
1 first place; Rhode Island, second place and Alaska third.
Get wellwishes to Alice Jarvis and Mary Ferrell who are A\i' o
f recuperating at home. Dr. Nathaniel Colston at Cedars of
It Lebanon. Wigs 1.
$18.95
Mrs. Lucille Davis Sneed \
was pleased to welcome Mrs. "
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j ,Is the eldest daughter of the late Will and Susie E. Tolbert, ,
i i pioneer Jaxonlans from whom the Susie E.;,Tolbert Elemen' Falls is" LONG 25.95
I .tary School'' is named. 'Mrs".' Donaldson is'an administrative' t

assistant for, the Federal Housing program in Jacksonville RECORDS TOP 40'S STEREO CAR TAPES i :: / Put on a light'creamy I
She came to be at the bedside of her life-long friend Mrs.
i Minnie B.. Davis, also of Jacksonville: Mrs.Davis is in Miami tie collared.
at the home of her daughter recuperating from surgery.' t ,. crepe,

Lavonte Gary' and Thomas J. .Cross will receive Youth
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,Awards.from the County.Commission meeting on Wednesday I Special .

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i Youth is not entirely a time of life- it is a state of mind. WEDNESDAY$4.95 Brown frirJ e. And watch
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knees. It is a temper of the will, a quality of the imagination, Stylist* what happens. $38.
a vigor of the emotions, a freshness of the deep springs of

life. It means a temperamental predominance of coverage over II 'From size 5 up.LORY'S .
timidity, of an appetite for adventure over love of ease.
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t Nobody grows old by merely living a number of years. People I '. :
I grow old only deserting their ideals. Years may wrinkle I 'L'1
t the skin; but to give up interest wrinkles the soul. Worry, Mt/. Merit firs AcJ ,1.
doubt, self-distrust,fear and despairthese are the long, I rr tut: AASAsu ..tv ;.;
t long years that bow the bead and turn the growing spirit back I EFEsizEs1t.14
to dust. I It '

t Whatever your years, 'there is In every being's heart the i & 'r11th :

t love of wonder, the undaunted challenge of events, the unfailing -
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childlike appetite for what's next, and the joy and the / R LS
game of,life. You are as young as your faith, as old as your
t I doubt as as self-confidence as old as fear "THE lAST WORD IN
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i' Chartered Buses For FAMU-Southern I mt mmilK I

Last weekend's Rattler loss Floridians who wish to witness PreThanksgivingBanquet r .t
to the Tennessee A & Tigers this tense rivalry which an-
Is serving as further impetusfor nually attracts many returning (BAKED CHICKEN
attendanceattheannual alumni. DINNER)
t gridiron clash between the For bus reservation,please
; Rattlers and the Jacquars of contact the following before 3'' Featuring on !
: Southern University. Slated to November 10: 3&1e9' a program with
: be held In Tallahasseeat Little Gr..n ,
FAMU's Bragg Stadium, No- James Farrington, 634- Appl. BarbaraWilliams
vember 15. 5034, William Rolle433-7928, NoW Key, BY STANLEY "SWEETS" SWEETING
Buses have been charteredby Robert Strapp, 634-6766, W Mr hot\,0" St.Jamts AME
the FAMUAlumniAssocia- North's Travel Bureau, 6103:>> LINE-O-TYPE
'ion to accommodate South-NW 7th Ave., 754-3517. In Imes Luke, Young Adult
THE LITTLE RED BOOK: The Rt. Rev. James L. Dunk
The..
Choir bishop-elect of the new Diocese of Southeast Florida, made a
J visitation sojourn to St. Agnes'Episcopal on Oct.26, where he
Rev. Allen C. Williams confirmed a class of 25. The Bishop's confirmation sermon
'q t NATIONAL RECORDING ARTIST brought out several salient factors that captivated a capacity
audience. He emphasized(1) that the church is involved with 'I
f' TORE FOR MEN I ItvErDINE's Saturday, November 8,1969 J3jj.Toby's ; many problems and that everything mustbe
done to solve them; (2)) that the people who
$ Cafeteria sit in the pews make up the church,and they
: : ; 614 NW 54th STREET MIAMI should be heard according to their needs;
(3) that the Bishop is the servant of the h'
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people, and the role of the priesthood is to. .
DOOR PRIZES ATTIRE: S.ml-Formol minister to the people.During his delibera-

i Sponsored by St. James AME Church Women tion the Bishop further emphasized that under IVs'lrl.
Rev S. L. Gay, Pastor the structure of the new diocese, the
words parish and mission will be omitted
TICKETS ON SALE ATi Economy Drug, 3rd Ave.; .
and all churches will be referred to and precognized
Pratt' Cleaners .. ..
62nd St.; Richmond Heights' Drugs,
Stanley Drugs, 22nd Av. & 87th St., E. G. Luc.'. as congregations. He stressed that congregations
Tailor & Tobes, 18th Ave. & 65th St. I numbering 500 or more would be entitled to an extra conven-
tion delegate. This factor would make the difference between
the, present parish and mission as opposed to the present
structure of vestries and parishes-which had more power *
than those in the missions. All churches willbe equal follow-
MERCHANTS WHO ADVERTISE IN THE
ing this latest edict. And by the power vested in the Bishop,
MIAMI TIMES ARE TELLING YOU THEY He can change a priest whenever,he sees fit to do so Selahl!
INVITE YOUR PATRONAGE AND APPRECIATE ,j/
I Y NOTES ON A NAPKIN: A private reception spearheaded by
DOING BUSINESS WITH YOU. THEY Paul LaPierre School of Musical Arts, was held Wednesday \

;i,' j?'< ARE COURTEOUS AND DEPENDABLE. nite (Nov 5) at 9, at the Performing Arts Center (247 NE 57
\ H. PLEASE PATRONIZETHEMI, St.) The 'Arts' function is to promote good racial relationships
I, in the community. This and information about the PerformingArts
" Society's '1969 Fall Concert' to be heldat the Fontaine- I
I, ., bleau Sunday afternoon (Dec 14) at 2:00 were explained. It was i
"I I an RSVP nifty..Sgt George A. Curt (a Miami Shores policeman -
. .,' 2 Locations to Serve Y oulDugie's for 11 years) and Mrs Curti's beautiful babe Linda Mary
i. will walk the middle-aisle trek with William Paul Donovan
Nov 15 in Immaculate Conception Catholic Church at 5:00 p.m.
in Hialeah. Congratsl!

SALT WATER TAFFY: The lone surviving sister of the late '
Paradise Mrs. Rachel Reeves, Mrs. Gertrude Haven of Nassau,passed +1/1.
on Nov. 1 at 7:30 ayem.. The Winfred (Helen) Smiths, after <,
2966 NW 47th St. 633.9396 three hectic weeks vacationing in Florida and the Bahamas, (' I
headed back home,to Denver, Colo motoring last Wednesday tJ
AND Viola Ho'King (nee Heastie) planed over to Kingston, ui
1 Jamaica to weekend with her handsome hubby Charles, who's
Dugies Guest House serving in Uncle Sam's navy, there. And incidentally, Mrs r'
Ho'King becomes a young grandma for the second time via her '
2941 NW 47th St. 634-3851 son Dr Arthur Higgs Jr who practices over In Texas. "

THE WEEK'S WASH: Billy Delancy and Edward Jones returned -
home Monday after motoring up to Heavenly Harlem to
There are no better rooms on earth, than the spend last weekend. Pioneer Miamianand long-time Bric-
rooms you wIll find at DUGIE'S PARADISE. kell employee Alfred Campbell suffered a major stroke last
Monday ayem at 10:30 In the front yard of his home. A
Seeing is believing. The accommodations well-timed double birth brought Sir Stork to Mount Sinai hosp
you'll receive, 'you ,will find only in thi s toting two Blue Bundles on Oct 24. dropped off 6 lbs to the
brother. bedside of the Eugene Sams'and another SIbs to the bedsideof
the Thomas Evans' Elizabeth Brown and son Bernard
Jamaica Qugie, Always a Friend. down from Valdosta, Ga to see her mother Mrs Marian Brown
bedded in Mt Sinai with a stroke on her right side last Sun-

,! : day. .1 I
STUFF AND SUCH: Shifting In 2nd Gear: Robert Ingraham '
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from City of Miami motorcycle officer Sergeant in CIS. t
Here's Where It's At Robert Boyd fromClty patrolman toSergeant..jUbertha Dun'I'j'I
r. combe's brother Charles Higgs critically ill in Lucy [
convalescent home in, Qpa-locka. ..Dapper Bennie Briceback ''I
DINE-DANCE-BE'MERRV from his annual summer-autumn trek to South Fallsberg NY, :
!, : where he headquartered at the popular Hotel Brick-man. The
n <+I"I t; ,,, affable Bennie treated himself to four games of the World Series 'I
at the ,Air Conditioned and brought greetings and howdy-dos to the hometown gang :

/., .\:. )jtr":; from popular Harlemiamians George Bain, Larry Bethel,Ce- :'
:L.:'. dric Wallace and Eddie Forbes. !'

: S SWEETS' TREATS: The Eugene (Theresa Bellamy) Dun- 'i
M combe, Jrs.are expecting their second sometime late Febru-
ary or early March. Their first, handsome Gary Bernard, Is
now 9 months old...Mrs.Virginia Tresvant now administratorof i
3,000 pair of our exclusive Bar and Lounge Opa-locka General Hospital.CongratslllTbe Jarrett Sisters
Mae, Agnes and Ann's brother George Jarrett passed in Jack-
son Memorial last Sunday at 5:00: ayem early.. .Felton Kemp ,I
reduced 2724 N W tfrtlv St. called in from Homestead's AFB to correct an itemized eu'or'' ,
landrow slacks now that appeared in this corner last edition It was Ernest Kemp's r
(Felton's uncle) wife Ellen who passed andnotYorick Kemp's

LIVE ENTERTAINMENTTHURS. (darn this typewriter) Ernest's brother, who's Felton's dad. I.
(Let's hope we have that right!)
FRI. ,SAT. SUN.
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.. 13 CONFIDENTIALLY YOURS: Beauteous A If reda Poitler- I
!', Band
Maxie Newbold & His
L Brown and hubby chugging a Food Fair grocery buggy chockful '
, t"iA of weekend goodies. .Booker T. Washington high's Class of 'I
,
: 1949 honored one of its'most-l1kely-to-succeed' members last
.I SUNDAY MATINEEFROM Saturday night, when the recently-appointed Municipal Judge
/' Were 21.95 to 29.95. Wrinkle shedding Dacron (r) Harold Braynon was feted in the plush 4-Ambassadors hotel
1rt polyester and wool slacks. In plain front belt loop, 6. TO 12 ,PM IN THE CRATER ROOM complex. ..Gregg Hamm,the WPB salesman who ply his war- I

'\ beltless or continental Models. Tropical, gabardine, Open From' 1 p.m. til 5 a.m. es out of Jaz, down seeking added South Florida biz. .Mary
't hop sock weaves, some with mohair. Sixes 30-46 Owned & Operated by Albury Ferrell bedded at Jackson Memorial. ..Atlantic So- I
Miami's Own Spacesetters, Inca I cial Club's annual Fall dance at Bayfront Park audit swinger
... I expectancy for tomorrowFrlday)nJgbt...Former Community
'i tt:I Drugs pharmacist Harold Jollivette(brother of community I
', VISIT .OUBfABULOWSqOCKPIT LOUNGE Drugs founder Cyrus)new owner of Jay's Drugs on NW 54th St.
for at all 8 Burdine's stores
store men
.Lemuel Kemp back in town. .John, Gloria and Jio Davis I
AND CRATE ROOM
'1\ ,including our new pompano beach made 'quickie' plane flight to Detroit to say hello to Gloria's

'! ,, :" ,.,i,' : ... '" ,, ;. ''UP"U"\I mom and pop. .That's it brother, from your one-man newspaper ,
'", 'y)' who knows everbody and everybody's racket,but who is
:!:1 f ,I'., ': ,' ; always giving some poor sucker a breakJTHE I
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8 THEMIAMI TIMES. Friday. November 7. 1969 "___ '
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I Black PanthersNew ; No Longer Bio
warns withdrawal: to re-think,to regroup store, helping with the Pan
York, 6. .The pre- looks as though they may have that this acceptance of whites However, Miss Left Sayre may haveto later -- and certainly thers1 tenants' breakfasts"
sence of the white Left in the lost the neighborhood support may well be their undoing.Esquire that the white ofblackse- to stop fighting those who are trying to reach those in their
Black Panther movement may which they had in Oakland until states that "if the white accept a period"without wounded supposed to work together own block or neighborhood,
be causing the alienation of the recently," say Miss Sayre. backing that the Panther paratism --" Those in retreat are reportedto If it does become necessity
black community, asserts Nora The Panthers, who reject received is hurting them, if resentment. most committed be concentrating on detailed for a white withdrawal, Miss
Sayre in December Esquire black separatism along with the best favor that the radical Some of the tangible actions' tutoring Sayre states, "some ofuswin
radicals, reports -
published today. "reverse racism",may be the whites can do them is with- black and white feel that poor children, organizing hope that it won't have to last
The Esquire article pointsto last black association which is drawal, then many white con- Miss Sayre, groups, starting a cooperative for too long."
the near eight-percent of willing to work with whites, servatives will be delighted." this is a time for temporary
I white people in attendance according to E s q u i r e.How-
during the Panthers' conference ever, the article points out
of last July as an indication -
that "the community dtEN OPENING CONCERY.r I
wasn't there." 1:41
"Despite the Panthers'hot
breakfasts for underfed school 4 Sexsotional Units!!
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clinics they're beginning to 'MAKE OUT MADAM''MILLIONAIRES MIAMI
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THE MIAMI TIMES Friday, November 7, 2969 9


League Annual EOD Dinner To Be Sellout !



With Whitney M. Young, Jr. Young Jr;has become its exe- equal opportunity Is not Young is the author of a do-

as the main speaker, advance cutive director the national enough. The problems flow mestic "Marshall Plan," a

reservations point to a full Urban League has met the ing from 300 years of degra- bold crash program ,seeking 'j

house at the Urban League's challenge of the hour with an dation have resulted in the preferential treatment of Negroes -,

11th annual Equal Opportunity intensive reappraisal of its Negroes higher unemploymentrates to compensate for gen-

Day Dinner on Saturday even- structure, methods and per- greater dependency erations of neglect and dis-

Y DAVE ONPUssacx ing, November IS at the Du- sonnel. more acute Juvenile delinquency advantage.

Pont Plaza Hotel ,in Miami. Young believes that militancy and continuing family

The reason for the annual can be expressed in a variety Instability and breakup that Tickets for the dinner can

': >xtoac observance of Equal Oppor- of ways. "Speeches are call for massive priority be obtained by phoning the Ur-

out not he "Even treatment and correction. ban League 377-3681.
tunity Day was pointed by enough, says.
Now is the time for the members of the black community to
Mrs. Maude Relinresldentof, '
unite form the bf of the' businesses -
purpose acquiring some many
Greater Miami's Urban League ; ,
that avaUableinourcommuntty.Almost'weekly
are becoming She declared that in spite
this writer'receives calls from established
long mer-
of the great efforts in campaigns -
chants who are anxious to sell their businesses at this time. "
to correct the restric-
Now Is the perfect time to buy.,The market favors the buyerat
tions and inferior conditionsin
this time. Groups should form corporations and sell sharesof
housing, Jobs' and educa-
the business to the other members of the black community.
achievedthe
tion, they have not
Managerial and financial assistance are available from banks
desired fundamental
and the Small Business Administration which is located in the
changes in status for the mass
new Federal Building on Flagler Street.The SEA will also get of Negroes. This lack of suc- E

retired businessmen to help you at no cost. Many merchants cess and Itsattendantfrustra-

will stay in the business with you, train, teach and assist you tion has ,heightened awareness : -

until you are able to run the,business along,This training is that the blacteommunlty
valuable to the new businessman.The new owner is able a a
very
,
must have greater control 3 4f 1, s y7a tlA
F S t T .JI
to learn the tricks of the trade from the former owner and s 1
over decision-making. This
has the of into established An
business.
advantage going an
..requires the cooperation of ,
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established business always has advantage over a new business I pl
enlightened whites in shaping
,ti ,a3 a1b, :y L er q!+
influencing public and private I
If half of the In the Model
only money spent City were programs. .
spent with black merchants you would be surprised at how "With all of our increased' p9
much could make In short
progress our community a very
activism In the Negro community _
time. New Jobs and a higher level of prosperity would be created ," says Mrs.Reid,"the
almost overnight.Approximately one million dollars each
Urban League's basic phil M ;
week Is spent for food along, which Isn't exactly chicken feed. osophy of achieving equal op- a r &3a1 x r

There are many gas stations operated by blacks In the Mo- portunities through nego- r Yak
del City area. There is no reason why we should not patronize : 1 ;_r
tiations and persuasion ..- a
the black service stations. There Is no excuse for not buying -'' as
through the logic of factual
gas from a man who lives in our community. presentations remains un- FASHION SHOP DELIGHTS EOPI-CEP TRAINEESThe

Every family has to have laundry and( dry cleaning work,
changed. Our annual bi-raclal resent class of Orientation unit presented fashion show
a Oct ,,
done.Most of the black establishments do work that Is equal 01 I
Equal Opportunity Day Dinner 24 at EOPI's Concentrated Employment Program Center. The fashions were "
better than that done the whites not
by so why help our own
for which, need from the attended by upward of 1-, donated by Patricia's Dress Show and Miss Dee West, instructor of Orienta-
? There
people are some things we help
government but there are many things that we can do for our 000 bond guests of helps friendly to preservethe "under- tion was moderator. The showwas presented as 'part of the Personal Development -

selves without begging. Let's stick together and form the habitof standing across interracial course. Theimpressive show delighted the trainees who had a chanceto

buying black. Let's help one another and let's work as a lines and is vitally impor- look at anew field at EOPI's CEP. The models were: Helen Anderson,

team.be Whether we're right or wrong the Important thing is that tant." Paula Bethel Helen Terry and Linda Roberts. Orientation staff members also
we together.
Ever since Whitney M. attended the affair. EOPI photographs by A. Adams. ,
VIP OF THE WEEK Dr. Warren Wetters t tI tr

PRETTY GIRL OF THE WEEK.: Betty Johnson

PRETTY BOY OF THE WEEK. Bobby Jackson <. '' .

MOTHER OF THE WEEK. Mrs. Louise Jones '.'.: 1Jr'' .,>>W,I[ "''ii, ,'t. 4 l'\

QUICK NOTE DEPARTMENT. .. .Wfnston and Norman Fos- ;; IE Ia r; "It
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ter are back in business at their 17th Ave location. Mrs. ": I II) '.. ,"" >; Li I. j
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Agnes Rouse is doing a great Job as manager of the credit : .' 1.( \,

union at Brownsville EOPI Center. She was Credit Union Ma-, ; I : :ftt t '. it;.
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nager of the Year in 1968 and is a hot contender for repeat : -' "J" ':

honors this year. Good luck... .Dr. Warren Welters runs the, : :

cleanest best equipped and most modern drug store in Miami, ? N

barring none (black or white). His'business is a credit to the : 4i .!

Model City Community. .,J.D. Mack and his brother Bob
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have an excellent fast food restaurant called the Burger-loo ,

which serves the highest quality fresh foods and has excellent 'A

service complete with a bright smile .Don't forget-Clyde-

Killens Nite, Oct. 31st at the Knight Beat My thanks to 4 y fr

Dave for giving me this opportunity to substitute for him in H
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What have you all been up to this week, my fantastic read K8
ers? This week Ihave something very special in store for you.

f think the cute girls in my reading audience will enjoy it even the past year the Bureau of Elementary and Secondary -
more than my handsome and super-cool male audience out I Education of the U.S. Office of Education granted fundsto

there. Allow me to Introduce you to the groovey, soul, hard selected school districts for the implementation of dropout
rock and blues, Crystal Flame. There are seven young men in r prevention programs. Miami Northwestern awarded one of
the band and each one is equally talented and equally charis the contracts.

matic. 4 Incooperatlon with the U. S. Office of Education and North.
From top left to right on the picture they are: Ron Williams, ; western's administration, the students were administered a

Tony Hagins, Rodney Ward, Carlton Van Cunningham, Gary battery of tests to determine their efforts and achievements
Ward Robert Gibbs, and Neal Yaegar. If you think they're over a period of years.
good looking, then you should hear their music. Believe me' * * * *
it sure has a good sound. I had one of the most wonderful and The first six week's honor roll has beenreleased.Students
Interesting adventures of my life as I sat down and listenedto the honor roll ((4.0
,- :making principals'. average)were seniors
that let with of their humorous and
super seven go many
Audrey Anderson, Michael Seymour and Lorri Culpepper
serious and innovations worldin ;
thoughts on the contemporary
Juniors were Carol Bowe, Lona Culmer and Frederick Downs!
which we are now living. I found these,seven young men to
Twenty-one seniors, 11 Juniors and 10 sophomores
.a made
have the "what it takes" qualities to be successful any ,lk vHF
the assistant principals' honor roll.
field or business that they may desire to endeavor. Each young
' Making the teachers' honor roll were 69 seniors 48
man possessed his own thoughts and ideals on certain matters Sod utltu 0// r Meek and 47 sophomores. Juniors
which mean a lot to him and which also mean a lot to most
The Naval Academy Glee Club entertained North
teenagers growing up today. If you have noticed, I have con- This week the grand band, the Crystal Flame hold this morning. The Glee Club,which has 63 members westerners,has three
tinuously used the phrase "young men" when mentioning them soul honors. From left to right, top to bottom these directors.
as a group. I use this phrase because they definitely and un-
handsome young men are Ron Williams, Tony Hagins, Four Journalists attended the South District confer-
.doubtly are young men who have high hopes,goals and am- press
Ward Carlton Ward Robert
Rodney Cunningham Gary
ence at Hialeah High November Audrey Anderson Frederick
bitions. They hold within them true expectations, not to men ,
Gibbs and Neal They're cooll! John
Yaegar. really Downs Sylvester Lawrence and
Beverly Roker all sacrificed !-
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tion true talent and skill in what they're doing- and that's of Miami
soul stepping to a super soul beat. I think the Crystal Flameare son photo hours of sleep Saturday morning to be present.
'marvelous. They're Individuals- I think that's terrific. The subjects discussed were radio Journalism by Jan Kan-

They're young and ambitious I think that's great. They're tor, WQAM disjockey Sports-Inter-league politics by Bill

talented I think that's groovey. They're soul brothers (with Sheldon, Herald prep writer; witting colums: by Larry
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a capital S)- I think that's beautiful! Thompson, Herald columnist; new fields for women in
Now that I have conveyed to you a minute portion of my 'lidthtO ItdJei1 Journalism by Lois Carlton, Life magazine Channel ID'S Rick
highly admirable opinion of the Crystal Flame, I think I shall Shaw was special keynote speaker.
tell you a bit about each one of them. The press workshop is presented by the Florida Scholastic
0. K. Let's begin with Mr. Drummer man- Rodney Ward. / 4 I Press Association.
* * * *
Yaville Ward is
Rodney the drummer in the band. Rod is 16
years of age, a senior and the drum major at Edison Sr. High Jociu Congratulations are inorder to Michael Seymour, who was
School. He is interested in music and life. Mr. y. selected as a member of the WQAM High School "Hall of
"Jive time" Rod takes time out to think seriously about his BY BRENDA WASHINGTON Fame." He was chosen for his outstandingachievements
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country and fellow countrymen. He asks ibis question,"When .. .. ""'""" ing the past school year.
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will black men be black MEN?" Well it', dice tobebackatthedesk again and with me I give
Many people would like to know the answer to that long my apologies. It seems through the length of my illness, the Student of the month is senior Isaiah Du g1ns.Isaiah is one
asked questin. However, you keep doing your thing Rodney column ceased to exist. Things will be different though from of 12 Northwesterners selected to participate in the Upward
and "go get 'em." now on and now that rye regained my eyesight (and friends) Bound program. He Is also president of the Boy Counselor,

Next on the list I talked with Gary Ward and found out a little ril be seeing to the column personally. business manager of the student council, a member of the
about his ideals and interests. Gary Ward is Mr. Magic' If I may, rd like to thank each and everyone for your cards, Projectionist Club, Drama Club and other school organiza-

fingers. He Is the organist In the group. Gary is 17 years of gifts, calls and visits. No one can imagine the Importance tions.
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which all But most of all
age, a senior and a band member Edison High. He is Interested you gave me. someone very special,
in music, motorcycles, sklndiving and life. Gary has a Benjamin Gibson, sent me a letter and if I can't see now, "God The unpredictable Bulls prevailed over hard-hitting Killian
deep interest in hi s black people, Vietnam, peace, and didn't make those little green apples." 27-8, before 2500 tAns at Central Stadium October 31. Raymond
girls especially those young ladies with "open minds and Saturday night Miami Killian play South Dade at CentralStadiu'm. Boswell passed for the three winning touchdowns.
who are willing to accept people as they truly are." Gary We hope this one is the trick and the Cougars sock After a pointless first half, the Bulls began to really show
plans to attend Florida State University and major in music. it to'um one time. where all the strength lies. Northwestern gained points on
Good luck to you We have talent 1 III! Yes Richmond Heights has talent. Miss touchdown bombs of 68 and 23 yards from Boswell to senior

Here we go with Mr. Cool Talking Ron Williams Ron is Sandra Stringer daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Leroy Stringer of Donald Durden. After the Bulls two touchdowns, Killian ran a
a "getting together' guitar player. Ron is interested in drag 14681 Jackson St., will be starring in Hello Dolly in Daytona. play in the third period.
racing and music. He has some very interesting views on the And Dwan Poter, son of Mr. and Mrs. Warren Poter of 14681 Along with Michael Brazzeal's two TDs, and a 15-yard reception
war. He says that we should love out." (that's a beautiful Filmore Street will make another debut but this on Miami from Boswell, the Bulls climbed to a 27-0 height
idea). Ron is the youngest member of the band. He is 15 yearsof Beach. Good luck! Northwestern's defensive line led by linebacker Stephen
age (but not for long Because his birthday is this month). Richmod Heights park would like to thank everyone for Deal swarmed over Killian until the latter part of the game.
He is a Junior at Booker i'.Washington I think he deserves Joining in some fun Friday on Halloween night_ Oh and con The defeat gave the Bulls two wins against five loses.
happy birthday wishes and a cheer because he likes "cheer gratulations to the costume winners. Stephen Deal has been named player of the week by the Miami
leaders.' There's a new eating place, located behind the Richmond Herald.

Stepping on out is Mr.Humorous Tony Haglns. Tony is Heights Drug store. U you haven't been there now's the time Eva Is visiting Northwestern April 6 -, 10, 1970...
the bass guitarist. He is 17 years of age and a senior at Edi- to visit.
son High. The "Tiger' is allegedly shy around girls. He is a CHURCH NEWS: Sigma Gamma 'Rho'Founders' Day
great guitar player and very modest. He advises everyone to, Ushers' Board No.2 of Bethel Baptist Church is having their

"enjoy what they do." Tony Is interested in music and he love. 5 anniversary Sunday, Nov. 31, you are invited to come out and Gamma Delta Chapter of All Greeks and friends are
to watch te Music Scene and Batman. "da-da da- da-da." enjoy yourselves.
Sigma Gamma Rho Twilight
Sorority invited to attend the
The Youth Choir of Second
Baptist are planning
a musical
Next I have Mr. Blusher- Carlton Van Cunningham. Carlis production in the near future,and are asking all to make will Celebrate Founders Day, Service, Nov. 9, at the Rich-
a lead singer in the group. He is 16 years of age'and asoPiomore to be there.'RECORD plans Nov. 9. The Rev. Fr. Kenneth ardson Mortuary, 4500 NW 17
at Central High School. Carl is Interested in "cul Major of incarnation' (Episcopal Avenue, at 5:30p.m.
music 'singing and dancing. Carl has strong ) Church will be the
tured people, OF THE WEEK: "Hot Fun in the Summer Time" guest
views on people. He thinks "people should listen more to protests Sly and the Family Stone by speaker. The theme will be: A fellowship hour will fol-

of the people." He feels that more consideration shouldbe SOUL SISTER OF THE WEEK: Deborah Wells "Greater Community Service low the service.VernebaSilva

practiced instead of apathy.. SOUL BROTHER OF THE WEEK: Butch Baker for Greater." Community Progress is Baslleus and Jane D. Lewisis

The next super soul is Captain Toenails- Robert Glbbs. SOUL COUPLES: (there's a tieEarl Garrett and Vanessa reporter.
Rob is a true "aggressive guitarist." He is 16 years of age Gibson-Gilbert Lenard and Mary Gloster.
and a Junior at Edison Sr. high school.Robert is Interested in

music, art, literature, and people. He has serious feelings EXCITING WIG SALEDON'T
when it comes to America and race relations.Robbie likes to,I The best of luck to you Neal. You're really together.
sit in his room and practice the guitar. Among other things Well, readers, it looks as though we have gotten a closer PAY MORE WE HAVE LOWEST PRICESIN
Robert likes'' soulful young ladies. (You're my type of soul look at the people behind that great hard rock and blues, soul MIAMI
brother, Rob). .. sound of the Crystal Flame. I must repeat_ they're stupen- OUR FAMOUS WASH 'N WEAR NEVER
dous, marvelous, tremendous, groovey, and Just plain
Last but certainly and definitely not least I have Mr. Soulful beautiful super NEEDS SETTING

-Near Yaegar.Neal is a lead singer in the Crystal Flame. So until next week, my darling readers, remember 100% Kanakelow Wig
He is 17 years of age,and a senior at Edison High School Neal name, Crystal Flame. They're a ball of fire! the
dreams of the "ideal band (which I think he has) that They're hot! '
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problems. We must try to remedy these problems.If we succeed Readers; I am not infallible Last week I printed Tapered Look .' I *J
in doing this the problem will cease to exist." (I agree column that Brenda in my
McCray was Homecoming Queen of Natural Afro. 1 17.75
with him totally on this matter). Among other interests, western High School. I was under the Impression that North- (
Neal admires the type of young lady who likes to sit on the Queen was the same as Miss Northwestern however Homecoming lady lee SATISFACTION
floor and herself. She must be ; Wigs
lounge comfortably acting I correct my mistake by stating that Gail Lawrence Is GUARANTEEDJ"
slim, well-proportioned, and she must like soul and hard rock. coming Queen and Brenda McCray, last week's pretty Home-soul FISHERMAN ST., OPA-LOCKA TEL: 685-5541

Neal plans to attend UCLA in California. sister is Miss Northwestern, queen of the entire school 10:30: A. M. 5:30: P. M. SAT: 10 A. M. 6 P.M..




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so many of us have so much tobe thankful for that we have a A cordial welcome was ex- Special recognition shouldbe
tendency to forget about our fellow man and his many needs. tended to the 'members of the given to certain personsfor Y. : H----- 1i
Southern Atlantic Region of, their efforts toward k
a successful
This is the time of year that we as Americans set aside and
give thanks for the many blessings that have been bestowedon the National Beauty Culturists affair: Mr. D. A. Julius
us throughout the year. League, Inc. by the cosme- dean of the National
tologists of Units 7, 55, 49, Beauty culturists league Mrs.
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are so many people right here in Miami who can be
made so happy on this day of Thanksgiving with just a little and 24 of Miami. Beauty cultrists league, Mrs.
help from some of us, a few can goods, some meat or a few Members of the local units Marion E. Muldrow,chairmanof
dollars in the right place can do wonders. worked diligently with the regional'and state supervisor -
Our good friends Mr. Charles Hadley and many other interested the state supervisor to make and, Mrs Beuhler B. f't f'Y
people in our community will once again be trying to the meeting a success. The Hunter, regional supervisor.
distribute baskets to some less fortunate than ourselves. four days spent at the New Hostess chairmen for the
It would be a wonderful thing if we could be sure that every Everglades Hotel proved rewarding occasion were; Mrs. 'LouiseB.

needy family in the black community on Thanksgiving Day hada Classes were taughtin Riley, Mrs.Rose W.willis, .
complete meal. Well if we can't take care of all, let's do the hair coloring, styling, Mrs. Mary Bryant, Mrs. Lucille
what we can. By sending in your name and address now to me shop management, and the West, Mrs. Lucille
here at the Miami Times office and tell us when we can send scientific approach to hair Moore, and Mrs. Willie Mae
someone to your home to pick up your contribution, no matter dressing. The trade show featured Cover.
what or how big or how small. A few can goods, bread, groceries the hottest items on the. GULF OIL GIVES $5,000
vegetables or anything that you can give to help make market today.
this a real Thanksgiving day for some of our friends. Remem- With over 350 cosmetolo- 4qu" GRANT TO MORRIS BROWNGulf

ber, it is better to give than to receive. We give so much to gists registered at the meeting Oll gives$5,000 grant to Morris Brown.MIltonG. Far-
other people and other countries It seems to me that we coulddo it proved to be one of the > ris (right), Vice President of the Southern Marketing Region of
somethng for our own people right here at home. largest in the history of the the Gulf Oil Co.-U.S. presents Dr. JohnA. Middleton, President
When the war broke out between the Jews and the Arabs,the region. Cosmetologists began of Morris Brown College, Atlanta,a Gulf Oil CorporationAid
Jewish people on Miami Beach sent a million dollars hometo gathering on Sunday for registration to Education grant of $5,000. The Capital Grant has been
help their people. and for worship which applied to the school's Building and Expansion Program,and is
People from China work all their lives and send money hometo was held at Greater Bethel t the third gift to the school from the oil company in three years ;
help other Chinese come to America. AME Church Later, Sunday In 1966 Morris Brown received a $2,000 Unrestricted Grant, /
Cubans in Miami do everything they can to get their families night, hospitality hour was The 2 Taylors and 1967a$1,000DepartmentalAsslstanceGrantwent to the
out of Cuba to this country, and a better life. sponsored by the local units. school's Division of Education. In recent years Gulf's Aid to
I sure hope by this time next week that at least two hundred Members of the regional were BETTER TAILORING Education program has aided more than 40 predominantly
pledges will be in this office for food and can goods to be givenon greeted,by Mayor Stephen P. RIGHT NOW DELIVERY colleges and universities.

Thanksgiving Day. Clark, Commissioner Earl Make pants any,styli
Remember send a card with your name and address to Carroll Commissioner
Butterball c/o Miami Times, 6530 NW 15th Ave., and we will Atha lie, M. Range, Mrs.B. Make pants In 3 days i!12 I:!.''.'.'..'.'......n....:..........;..;.;.;:.,:......;..;..........:mfwmm4smstt&SUPREME ,.

, send someone to pick up your contribution.Oh B. Hunter, regional supervisor Make pants fit'bttttr 1! '. WIG & BEAUTY SALONS r I>
yeah, here is a cooking tip from the Ball: Before cooking Mrs. Cathlean B.Ross, Alter pants fit & style 1::
, those chitterlings, soak them and clean them in vinegar and state president, and Mr. Du- { .
baking soda. Not only will they clean easier but the odor will pree ()f the City' of Miami Make suits any style 1|! New Hair
", be kept at a minimum.The Beach board of examiners. Make suits In 7 days :. "
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e'a room, a beautiful recognition Change suits fit &,style i. N ,
.. IT LOUD"TOM banquet was held in order to Mrs. Love, our technician, will offer you the very best ::::'
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...... ,, ,__ __ THEMIAMI TIMES. Friday November 7.. 1969 15
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By Walter Bowe By JERRY D. MITCHELLSince
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'" ,\J The _Veterans of ForeignThe
VFW post in the 15th the inception of the By and by, the years passedand a
district will have a "get-to- black man to America, he has brought about Nat Turner,
gether"' at the Hollywood by undergone a multitude of the Missouri Compromise

the sea post No. 2500, 814 S. changes He has constructeda John Brown, Fort Sumter,
Dixie Highway (near Washing chain of accomplishmentsthat Abraham Lincoln and the
ton St.) There will be a steak are second to none, and Emancipation Proclamation.
Li1 bar-b-que held at this post surely, he can be "black and Through these years of second -
Nov. 9 from 1- 7 p.m. Donation proud and beautiful" about class citizenry, this na-
$2.50, children under 12 this. tive group of Africa has had
i xf $1.25. Members of Post No. In a brief backtrack of history many names attached to them.
8195 who are going, check with the natives of East Africa Some of the popular names
Post Commander Madison were the victims of lilly- include "nigger", colored,
James or Past Commander white lies and tricked onto the spade, blackie, Negro which
Walter Bowe. slave 'trade ships. The slaves in Spanish mean black, and
5 5 The Ladies Auxiliary to were said to be necessary to with the latest, trend towardshis
Post No. 8195 will hold regular exploit the rick natural resources Africa heritage, the term
,STEPPING OUT WITH SOUL meeting Sunday at 5 p.m. of the newly discovered Afro-Ameican has become

"Stepping Out With Soul" is being presented the officers please be present America for large-scale very popular in both a social
j by Congenials. Their The Carver After and in the commercialend
first big Fashion Show ahd Dance of the Ranches Fire production. they arrivedto sense
featured and door S.eason. Song and dance will be Dept. is making plans for their their new home of the "free of the dollar.
prizes will be given away. Models for the show are: Caro- Firemen's Ball soon. Meeting and the brave," they were put In order to save face and

lyn Stanley, Maxine, Benjamin| Flint, Joann Moore, Betty Austin, Annie Holmes, every Monday night at 8:00. on the block for auction. The time, lets agree for the time

Virginia Culpepper, Shirley. Flint. Not shown are Bertha McKinney and Mr. Carver Ranches are finally new masters wastea no time: being and refer to the nativesof

Joseph Moore, who will be featuring a number of and dances getting water for its residents, in letting it be known that they Africa as Negro, since this
other songs along with pipes are being laid, the county exercised the power of life name is the most widely used.
and
wig stylists hairstylists, Mrs. Cora Williams, Celebrity Beauty Salon, will have water in by Feb. 1. and death. Although there are With first things being first,
This affair will
be held at the Continental Club, 6000 NW 7th Avenue, 8:30 known instances of harsh the Negro is a very unique
p. m. until on November 9th. of the southern
cruelty, many member of this melting pot F
plantation owners exercised a we callAmericaThemostob-
benevolent, sometimes affectionate vious attraction him is his
authority in the treat- skin tone, which range from'

ment of their unpaid laborers. w hit e- white to black.black.

.4 S S 551S Moreover, some of the slave Let me take this moment to
holders even allowed them as say that I'm' not "knocking"
servants in the master's mansion the skin color, because I be- I

lieve that people of color are
Just more naturally beautiful
than'''people of one color. In '

fact, you'll find that the most
4
"F beautiful people of the ,
1 are of dark skin. For example,"
"$s k1r.t a+ ;$: ,'+
3 the original Hawaiians and

tribes of the Pacific, the peo-
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ple of Central and SouthrAmertcatheAmericanIn ,
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+"a V 'I i dians, the people ''of the middle
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east, and, our dear friends in ,
$ NI ... Africa ,' just to name a few.

br '1' w Mr'.3: a ,Also, dark; skin people account
Vt..gi.AVpV,' for t br e quarters of'the "
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Your Credit Is Good world's population.:
WE CARRY OUR Getting back to the subject,
t q OWN ACCOUNTS the American Negro is unlike
+ F f other social groups which are
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lsS ,SIZE TRASTINOCHAIRS.DINETTE ,WITH..4 CON. in that he is quickly recognized
in any crowd. He, unlike
R Puu $28 the others, can't intermix in'

ONLY respect to dating, marriage,

LARGE DOUBT-ESSER, etc. Among members of the<
CHEST. MIRROR AND PANEL other sects without having/
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14 BED THIS All FORMICA BEDROOM shame casted upon him with,
COMPUTE
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< WITH MATTRESS AND MATCH. degradation accenting it all.,
INO BOX SPRING 2 PILLOWS But then, in this modern, massj
AND 2 LOVELY IAMPS IN.
CLUDED IS A 7.PC. FAMILY producing affluent society, bell' ,
SIZE LIVING DINeTTE.ROOM 3 PC. SECTIONAl WITH 2-. can hold his head high, kickhis'

STEP TABLES AND COCKTAIL shoulders back, mix ,with the'
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OF YouR) CHOICE. other, groups in any tashionhe"see !

AFRAM HOUSE HAS COME TO RICHARDS! NEW BEAUTY COSMETICS CREATED COMPLETECHOOSE '!$ r doin', $ my fit ,own and thing.Just ":say,' "I'm

YOUR NEW GLOW! To'be continued.Until next I
: FOR DARKEST.TO- LIGHTEST 'SKIN TONES. :COME FIND FROM MODERN time, put. a'little love tn''your.

,' You don't have to have the features; of an artist's; model to have your own special look of perfection.tt Age or:'color! of skindoesn't ',';1': CHAIR.AN FRENCH SOFA SPANISH 2 AND END MATCHING TABLES OK ITAL. heart,

,j matter either For new Afram House creams and cosmetics are especially formulated and blended! for the darkest COCKTAIL ROUND TABLE AND DINETTE 2 FINE!

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MEET MARY TAYLOR, VICE-PRESIDENT OF AFRAM HOUSE .*, COMPLETI,... '6IMOGlOU Polly & Johnny

IN PERSON AT RICHARDS, TODAY THROUGH SATURDAY v' ,*f ." Reva & Myrtice

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MIAMI 'TAMES Friday, November 7, 1969 17 i

Facing FactsBy .

THE WORLD BOOK ENCYCLOPEDIA'S

J. RUSSELL WIGGINS COMPLETE EDUCATIONAL PLAN

Fort Pierce Chronicle 1

Bishop Killers At It Again All parents 1

Florida's AMEs have been lableed "Bishop Killers" for their'children"
years. The label has always been a false one because, it has I $ want /
not been the membership of Florida but it has been
a few t.
do well.
to
disgruntled preachers who have killed the bishops who were t';
assigned to the Eleventh EplscopaIDlstrlct ottheA ME Church. -

The church is racing the same old situation again. A few I Your Childs' Success
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preachers in the state are leading fight to get Bishop George
N.Collins unfrocked. These few preachers have com*un with fi Nd
some way out charges which will not hold water,and are goIng f In SchoolWILL
all out to kill Bishop Collins. They asked te civil courtsto

enjoin) Bishop Collins from holding three Annual Conferences HELP DETERMINE HIS
namely: The Tampa Florida Conference, South Florida Con-
ference, East Florida Conference. At this writing, the courts .tt. LIFETIME EARNINGSAny

turned down the petition involving the Tampa Florida Confer- special advantage your child receives must
ence. It is hoped and expected that the courts will fail to issue be provided by you.-and you alone. What educa-
an injunction against the Bishop in the other two confer- tional reference materials do you hove to help do
ences. your lob?
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The most important matter for the laymen in the state is: ,9 +
who is going to administer the affairs of the AME Church in THE WORLD BOOK ENCYCLOPEDIA

Florida, a few disgruntled preachers, or the Bishop. Are we CHILDCRAFT-The How and Why Library
going to support a Bishop who has proven to be an honest up-
right and straight forward man, or are we going to sit around THE CYCLO-TEACHER Learning Aid
and the church continue to lose influence because these
see .__.. _.. _._ ..._.. ._ THE WORLD BOOK DICTIONARYTHE
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kind of men continue to fight a progressive program. -
The Atlantic Coast chapter No. 150 C.E.S., WORLD BOOK ATLAS
,
Money is a powerful instrument in any field of endeavor.
Some people place the value of money above anything else in presents the queen and her court. Queen Julia .regardless. a corn binotion of children's for every family

the world. These kind of people will anything in the book if Dukes, to her left is Sis. Betty Durden and to her ages

they are removed from positions where money is cut off. This right is Sis. Lizzy Childs. These charming ladiesare FREE DEMONSTRATION OBLIGATION
writer is not in position to truthfully say that money is the
basic for the apart of the chapter under the leadership of
reason present fight against Bishop Collins. Call 751-8414
However, it does appear as if these men who are leading the W. M. Mable Bodie, A. M. Phyllis Black and W. P.

fight against Bishop Collins are placing the value of money Herman McLoud.
and position above the value of the progress of the church.

Bishop Collins has placed the value of the church over and
above all material values. Less money has been raised duringthe

period of time Bishop Collins has been in the state .than I
during the same period of time any other Bishop was here. In Thick cream

spite of this fact, more tangible evidence shows that under his IM
administration more has been done with the money than was ,. .
done with larger amounts of moneyraisedbyformer Bishops. : '\ ...
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Two of our smaller churches were under mortgages which '/ak74\ turns ,',r : Ii ;'
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they could not pay off. More than $3,000 was paid for these : ;,.: .
churches by the fund which is set up for such purposes. A 'I'"

church in North Webster and one in Venice. More than $50-
000 is in the treasury which is thereto meet obligations which flavorI

will be our part of the cost of building new buildings on Edward : every f

Waters College campus. Every annual conference has $2,000in .- ;i
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its treasury to meet the expenses which are necessary. r

These facts'can easily be confirmed by a look at the records.,, '<< c t t7)4 .H

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Bishop Collins will need the support of every loyal AMEin .t! : '\ ,..,. 'h' .
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Florida when he goes before the.Board of Bishops and the :.?-1"1. x :" J I' I'
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Inquiry Committee of the church. If youare"onej>f these loyal I .'.._ .. ,. ',,1..... .'; I.
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members, then take the time out to write, wire or talk to .r ., I;
each bishop, and to the committee of inquiry. The addressesof
each of these officials are listed in the appendix of the 4 .
discipline-pages 628 and 647.
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Take the time out and investigate the records of the men \
who (made the charges against the Bishop. Look at the recordof .: ; 't* ; : '

the Bishop,compare them,and make up your mind. Then, let {:'r "!Y "'" '
the world know how you feel.
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18 THE MIAMI TIMES. Friday, November 7, 1969 u ...
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Dear Mr. Reeves, Y
The United Nations General
Assembly Is now In Session for
Its 4th annual International
Conference by the U.N.F.C.for .
special affairs. This assembly -
will be held at the Bis-

cayne Terrace Hotel, Sunday,
November 23, from 4-6 p.m.,
tickets may be purchase from
any good standing delegate of
4I Greater Bethel AME Church,
"Gospel Choir" or by calling
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Its Ambassador at 3733440or
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the general chairman at
6914908.
Thank you

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Top Picture: The Executive Board members after a highly-spirited informative locally and is an all

brief session with the national president. From left to right: Mesdames black operated firm producing

Juanita Lane, recording secretary; Cliffonia Ross, first vice president; Fan women's cosmetics, wigs and

nie Thurston, local president; Frankie M. Freeman, national president; Lin- sportswear, as well as men's for
and
toiletries hairpieces
nie Fannin, chaplain; Dorothy Maxwell, journalist; Valencia Williams, second the black consumer. Eastern StewardessMiss

vice president; Dorothy 'Sawyer, financial secretary. Not shown: Lucy Mc- Veronica A. Hicks,daughter of Mrs.Alice M. Lumphln
Phaul, recording secretary; Anna Barnes, treasurer; Dorothy Graham, parliamentarian .. from vacation early. Mrs. of 3303 Grand Avenue,Miami,has graduate from Eastern Air-
; Sheba Martin, sorgeant-at-arms. Evelyn Wynn, chairman of the lines flightattendant training center in Miami, Florida,and has
Sorors pose with the Guest of Honor after an informal chit-chat. From Dance Committee, says this Is started her career as a stewardess.Miss .
the date, and the place Is Hicks Is a graduate of G.W. Carver High School. She
left to right: Mesdames Nellie Wilder, Gussie Ervin, Mary Jackson, Fannie
ParkAuditorium.
Bayfront also is an alumna of Florida A & M Unversity where she is
Thurston, President Frankie Freeman (Guest of Honor); Eunice Matthews, You've said those Delta this year's Miss A&M. .

Gwendolyn Clarke, Annita .Walker, Vivilora Green, Betty Ferguson, Joan Christmas dances are just After completing stewardess training,Miss Hicks remainedin
Duckworth, Dorothy Miller, Margaret Percell. great, but this one is definitely Miami where she will be based. She will fly to many of the
the greatest. In fact, this Is 96 airports Eastern serves In 28 states, the Districts of Co-
DELTAS HONOR NATIONALPRESIDENT what all the Sorors said when lumbia, Canada, Mexico, Puerto Rico, Bermuda,the Bahamasand
they heard their charming,enthusiastic the Virgin Islands.
chairman reviewthe
"way-out" plans of her HOLMES ELEMENTARYThe
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committee. It promises to be Is Invited lal
public cordially activities have been plan-
The beautiful, spacious, Matthews of New York, a her friends, Mr. & Mrs.Alon- the most gala affair of the to Join Holmes Elemen- ned for each day.
,split-level home of Mrs. Valencia former instructoratFIa.A&M zo Fannin. Holiday Season. Plan aheadlYou'll tary School family In their observance The theme ror the week is I
J. Williams was the University. Her presence add- Off on a.Tangent be getting your cordial of American Education "better education--your job"R.
perfect setting for the Delta ed distinction, devotion and Lest you forget!Draw ring Invitation soon. We'll be see- week. Nov. 9-15, spec Holloman,reporter
Coffee Thyme honoring the sincere fellowship to the af- around December 30 on your Ing you there.

first lady of Delta Sigma Theta Mrs. ..fair.........J'...She..'.....jf is.,...the........house.......,........guest......,V-. of.....,,...date....,.,...,.book......."..,.,.and...........plan.,........to....get.,-,back......,.

Sorority torney Frankie for Muse Incorporated St.; Louis Freeman, Missouri, At-. J iS N's i


S Housing Attorney the and National Freeman Land Clearance.Associa-was attending Grn' u I;:

tion of Housing and Redevelopment ::f' '

at the Officials Americana which Hotel convened She- NW 2nd AVE. & 62nd ST. {r 4 j

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seemed exceptionally: proud of : > .

her the appointment U.S. Commission as a memberof on |ADV. ADM. $3.00.AT DOOR $3.50 j} } *

Civil Rights Generally speaking -
\she 1* affiliated with numerous | CHILDREN (UNDER 12)) $1.50 tt door I ;

progressive organizations ..
that are striving to
raise all human beings to. FRIDAY NOV.14 !
greater heights of indepen- i ,
dence and security. Her career -
as.an attorney has been 17th Anniversary I _
devoted to the public welfare,
unselfishness matched with OF THE FAMOUSConsolers \ : -

efficiency.Miami Alumnae was honored -
to entertain in a closed af- Singers I :

fair such a distinguished, dynamic ..
honoree. The Sorors '. ...."'.."..... --
OF MIAMI, FLORIDA "...
listened to a brief but in-depth I
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blems facing Black Americans .
along with suggestive guide

lines follow that Deltas in offering everywherecan as- of THE MIGHTY I for Your Added Convenience .

sistance. "Things are a little
better because Delta Is I CLOUDS OF JOY J JOf '
there." Even in the small : 0JMVE-fJV BANKINGOur
group sessions, Mrs. Free' LOS ANSBB. Oil. i ii1
man was informationaland
very '
aweinspiring as' she admonished EVANGELISTShirley : Drive-in Banking service is the easiest and most

her Sorors to recognize convenient way for. you to handle withdrawals and
their responsibility to Caesar &
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themselves, their family, and, I deposits. The service is friendly and fast -'just
their and to uti- Of WINAM Ie C.
community, the
way you want it. Drive in and
lize their talents for this,. j see for yourself.

achievement. The National THE SENSATIONAL j I
President. of Delta Sigma
Theta alms not at leisure but i
NIGHTINGALES i
leadership; and stresses the

importance dedicating i Of nsucaNSA.PA.f3i i
one's self to service in the Interests :
of one's home, one's
community, one's state, and f REV.. ETTA PINKNEY, M C.. j. '
one's nation. ..; From Macon, Ga.
Cue of the privileges of a s SPONSORED BY BRO. RAY CRIME
sorority is to eagerly recognize .. AND REV. IRA McCALL _
officially'' its member I Tlc .ti on sal. at usual ploct
ship. Hence, the Chapter was i For more.information, call 6934554
extremely pleased to welcome .
a 1920 Delta, Mrs..Eunice.E. ':w: : : ;.. ) mm.I; .:(;r{



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1t:;, The students and faculty of
I, ',;t', Gladeview Elementary School
invite all parents and Interested
members of the communityto
J, visit their school during
cL American Education Week.
A week of exciting events
has been planned. Monday November -
10, PTA officers and ?
of
parents will be honored by the
school. At 7:30 p.m. Monday
evening, we will have open
house. The children will pre-
sent'a skit entitled "If Children -
Behaved as Parents Do".
Parents will then engage in a
1 "Back-to-School Program."
At which time they will
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ticipate in a program of class

I We Love The Judge orientation.Other programs for the 1 i

week include the following:
The 49'ers (BTW) are all shown receiving a gavel from cess In his chosen field. Wednesday, Nov. "12, the -
smiles above. They honored the class of 49 being presented Harold also played a key role businessmen In the area will e"1 1emeAftftOlUUd
their classmate, Harold L. by Detectlce George In organizing the 49'ers In be honored as our guests for
Braynon, who was recently Adams. February of 1969. lunch and will be given a tour Mr. and Mrs. Frank Johnson of 1186 NW 38th Street an-
appointed Judge of the Mu- The members ,of the classof The Booker Washingtonclass of the facilities. nounces the engagement of their daughter, Norma Jean Law-
nicipal Court of the City of Miami 49 are proud of their class- of 1949, boast of havingthe Thursday, Nov. 13, the stu- rence to Percy Daniel Williams, son of Mr.and Mrs. Joselyn
with a reception on Nov. mate's achievement. He Is one finest success record of dents will be honored and an Bruno Sr. and grandson of Mrs. Julia E. Williams of 1516
1, 1969 at the Four Ambassa- of the many 49'ers who has any graduating class In Dade assembly program, will be NW 1st Avenue.A .
dors Hotel. Judge Braynon Is achieved a measure of suc- County. In addition to over presented for the total student December wedding is planned.
85 colleges degrees earned, body.
the class is represented in Friday, Nov. 14, teachers RAINBOW PARK ELEMENTARY SCHOOLDear
almost every area of human will be honored. friends of Education: Monday, November 10th
endeavor.In Parents are Invited to visit You are cordially invited to through Friday, November
June of this year, the classrooms on Wednesday, participate in American Edu- 16th.Monday
class awarded a scholarshipto Thursday and Friday,from cation Week activities this November 10,
the deserving student, who 8:45 to 12:45 and Join their year by visiting Rainbow Park there will be a special assembly -
incidently is the son of a member children for lunch on one of Elementary School, and by researching in the cafeteria begin-
of the class of 49. these days. in person this ning at 8:30 a.m.
The class of 49 will follow We look forward to a very year's theme, "Better Education Mrs. Rosa Lee Fortson,
with pride its Judge as he successful and enjoyable,.. Your Job." principal Mr. Johnny L.
F moves up the ladder.Another week. Won't you Join us? Please come to our school Davis, A.E.W., chairman and
success from a successful Education is your Job visit anytime during the school Mrs. Elizabeth Stevenson,co-
;ate family, BTW Class of 1949. your schools. hours (8:30 a.m. to 3:00 p.m.) chairman.

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on the inflation situation: electricity so much, and in so many
while most prices have been rising ways, to serve your comfort
: Ml A.M. 1.1 P.M. MONDAY THRU SATURDAY sky-high, the price of electricity and convenience. It's the biggest I'
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Black Board Members Ask Changes I


Pg fie WOfI--,= in Girl Scout ProgramThe I

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rectors of Girl Scouts of the nority group needs and to help ,staff who will work with nationwide effort to help girls
USA has voted unanimously to break down the walls of pre- the group will be Mrs. GraceM. and adults become more aware
support a request of Its black judice and misunderstandingamong Pleasants, director of the of prejudice and to find ways
Did you know that we black people are board members for an early all girls. Program Department, and of helping overcome it in com-
thought to have our own language? Some of meeting of minority group Black members who were Mrs. Harriet Faulkner, exe- munities over the country.
members of the board and staff present at the board meeting cutive recruiter in the Per- During the week, delegatesand
leaders it when
our imply they suggest that sonnel parents of Girl Scouts in
Department.The .
with representatives of mi- held on Oct. 23, immediately
white people must learn our language. the Seattle area had expressed
nority membershipthroughoutthe following the organization'striennial group met with the new-
concern over the limited
rep-
movement. convention in Seattle ly elected president of Girl
What is our language? FOteen for fourteen resentation of minority group
were: Dr. Dorothy Ferebee. Scouts, Mrs. Douglas H. Mac-
I JOOly for July.. DIS for this. Bread for Purpose of the meeting authorized Washington, D. C.; Miss Min- Neil, and some of the officersof girls in some convention
Holton .Price
events. Mrs. R. ,
Hawk for wind I I could It'strue by the National Board nie L. Finley, New Orlenas, the organization i m m e d i-
money. go on. retiring president of the near
La. Dr. Jeanne Noble New
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will be ately following the National
to
develop action
that of have fallen plansto ly organi-
many our people into York City; Mrs. Wilbert K. 4,000,000member
make the Girl Scout Board meeting. A meetingof
the habit of poor diction and slang. Many are pro- Ricard, Fort Leonard Wood, the planning group has already zation acknowledged that it
short on grammar and word usage, simply be- Mo.; Dr. Gloria D. Scott, been scheduled for early was "an error that we
Greensboro, N. C.; and Mrs. cannot allow to go unacknowl.edged"
cause they were not educated in the art of ver- ee- e Henry T. Smith, Minneapolis, November. and that "plans .4;
bal communication. That doesn't mean they Minn. They were supported Their action came at the afoot to make sure that no
can't be. Or that they lack the ability to learn. Miss Ada Deer of Stevens close of the 38th National such misrepresentation ever
Point, Wise., a member of the Council meeting of Girl Scoutsof occurs again at any nationally
Menominee Indian Tribe. the USA at which the or- sponsored Girl Scout event."
Let me remind you that we are Americans.

English is our language., There is no reason NUKAIR"ft

[ why every other ethnic group can migrate to

this country and master English and we, who r
are born here, can not. Let me squelch for all --

time the myth that black people have a lan-

guage all their own. The ability to learn and .-e. /

speak English is well :within our capabilities.

Remember that I And remember this, too

I.. few things have more bearing on the impression /
we make than how we speak, the wordswe

[ use and how we use them. This is the age of
[communication. And you'd better know howl {


In a job interview, you very often make it ''

or fall flat on your face the first time you open

our mouth. So, start working on your com- Jfftfetu ;Mpfl feSuwlx OiUy,. ti dr a>
unication system. Do it, and you'll eliminate : M v' '; : '' '

jne,more barrier to better jobs for black peo- I '
ple. Start by remembering that bread is also ,

[something you eat. ,,'

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Vice PresidentThe
Greyhound Corporation
Pre-school I children had their own Halloween party Friday at the City of
I NIIV I Miami Manor Park playground, 1300 NW 50th St. Parties sponsored 'by the

city's recreation division also were at Edison and Wyndwood parks for pre-
LMEBSOr schoolers. Miami-Metro Dept. of Publicity & Tourism photo.


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=$ *::: ::::: ::::::::::::%:::::':::::::::::::::::W: :::::wObserve H.HH.::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::.UOHU.:::::::::::::::: { Testimonial For School Board ChairmanDr. I

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Omegas Annual Ben Sheppard and Bill will be the setting for the din- Among the guests for the

Colson are co-chairmen of a ner, beginning at 7:30 p.m. on dinner are: Attorney General
testimonial dinner honoringG. Friday, Nov. 14. Earl Faircloth, Representative -
Week I
Achievement t tthe Holmes Braddock chair- More than 1200 guests are Murray Dubbin, Senator

11 policy of the organizationto man of the Dade County Boardof to attend the affair. Dick Stone, Senator Robert
honor those outstanding Public Instruction. Holmes Haverfield, Representative -

personalities of Dade County ',\. Braddock is being honoredfor Cocktail time is 6:30: and Marshall Harris, Commissioner -
"" his of tickets may beorderedbycalling Ben Shepard and
who have excelled in serviceto \ many years public
service.Dr. 444-2983. Senator Harry Cain.
the community. '. i .... .. .. ............ .. ... .......... ....
minister The Rev.of Thedfor the St.John d Johnson Insti-, ;.J.fr', .'' ti.;..':., I, Rev. .Edward Henry KlngStanford Graham,Senator ;\\\\\r111m\\\ m mmmmmmmm mnj i i j 11i i mmmmmmHi 1 1 1!!ii! mm! ;;i:!;;mmm m mIiI li ,

=, tutional Baptist Church will ,. .. ,'. !.fi' Tom Spencer,William Leh- ii111m Your Child Deserves The Best! 1111111; II
z receive the Citizen of the Year .. .. .j ... man, Bishop Coleman Carroll, :::::::: :::::::: I I1i

r Award; Attorney James Mat- .: ..'". Commissioner Athalie Range, 1i 111ii BALLET MUSIC DRAMA ART ::111:1:1m11ij ::
t thews and G.Holmes Braddock t. ,. and Mrs. Anna Brenner : Classes Every Saturday 1i:11i11t11 :
school board chairman, will Meyers are among more than
HERBERT L. DAY also receive awards for out- I.. 85 leading civic, religious, Ages fi to 18 111 11

Man of Year standing service to the community fraternal and business lead-
ers of Dade County who are 1 i111!! Fine Arts Conservatory jj j
The Sigma Alpha Chapterof the dinner
serving on
Herbert L. Day, assistantKRS com-
Omega Psi Phi Fraternity and achievement week mittee. ii1Ii 321 N.W'. 62ntf St. 621-0890 j t
1 will culminate Its annual chairman, will receive the The Hilton Plaza at 5445 ..

achievement week program "Omega Man of the Year" REV, T. JOHNSON Collins Ave., Miami Beach ti&::#:::m:::::%:;%::::iiii:;::;::iiiiiii:1iimil11i111iii1:::::::::: ;;;;;;;; iiiii;;::::i::i::iii:;:;iiiiii::::::::jii:: ::ijjji
I with its annual banquet, Sun- award. Citizen of Year
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,I Vista Room of the Holiday Inn dicted to be a very dynamic the government of Fayette,
of Miami Springs. Mississippi of which Charles A
The thought provoking one.The Brothers of Kappa Evers is mayor.

theme for this year: "Student Chapter of Florida Memorial Mayor Evers made an ap-

Protests and Revolts: Helpfulor College have Joined with Sig- peal in desperation to the national -
Harmful will be developedby ma Alpha Chapter to bring this body which donated
Ph
talented student represen- cultural affair.If $500; the local chapter madea A
tatives from a variety of the
donation of
you haven't received your $50.
educational institutions of
reservations, see any Sigma
Dade which should be
County,
Alpha or Kappa Gamma bro-
interesting to listen to. ther soon
The panelists are Miss

Janet Goldstein, Miami Pal- HARVEST MOON BALL
metto Sr. High School; Nelson
The annual Harvest Moon
Adams Jr. Miami Jackson
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Ball of the fraternity is com-
High; Harry Witherspoon, Mi-
ing soon. You should circle
ami Dade Jr. College north W
; the date of Nov. 28, so that r
Grady Florida Me- {
Miller >?
you will be in readiness ;when
morial College;; Robert No-
you receive your invitation.
vack, Biscayne College theS
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G. A. president of Barry 55 Sa
Brother L, ,O'Berry and his
College and Willard Butler, ''94esSS ;
committee, great happeningsare
University of Miami.W. Frank
in store for you.
Cannon of the Employmentand'Housing

will Division of Metro, QUES MAKE DONATIONThe ,,.'.. ". ", :", .....".'.-1........ .
serve as moderator.
Sigma Alpha Chapter
During this occasion it is
Joined the national body of the JAMES MATTHEWS

Omega Psi Phi Fraternity in Receives Award ..

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New Career Patterns Emerging For Black College Student ;



Business Administration & EngineeringBethlehem

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pa. .. Business grant; it is the first depth sur- Last year's male graduates students. Total enrollment In .. became far more aware of tecting changes in the enroll-
administration, engineeringand vey of its kind ever made. chose education as an initial the 58 colleges Increased 10% placement services on their ment and career patterns of
science dominate trendsin Baccalaureate degrees in career, with 40% of them entering during the three-year study. college campuses during the black college graduates...and
the fields of study now being business administration increased that field;about half that On-campus recruiting of three-year period of the CPS to aid traditionally Negro Institutions -
f chosen by black college stu- 121% from 1965 to many went into business. black students by employers study. More than 90% of the to Improve their
dents, it was disclosed todayby 1968 among males and76% Graduate study was pursued by increased by 138% between students in the survey were counseling programs and cur-
College PlacementServices among females, the CPS report 14% of the males.,TWO-thirds 1965 and 1968, the reportre- registered with placement riculum development."
Inc., Bethlehem, pa., a disclosed. Negro engineering of the women graduates went vealed, with half the visits services at Institutions, with Established in 1964, CPS
non-profit organization which graduates increased into education, whereas 10% being made by business and industrial most of them using these of- was formed by College Place-
develops career counciling 32% among males, while went to graduate school and firms. School fices for guidance and Job ment Council, Inc., also headquartered -
and placement programs at science graduates advanced nearly the same number selected systems made about half as placement assistance. in Bethlehem,a co-
traditionally Negro colleges. 19% among males and 32% for business. many recruiting visits to col- Andre' G. Beaumont, Ma- ordinating agency and service
In its first monograph,pre- females. Despite these dra- The combined totals in the leges, followed by government naging Director of College organization representingeight
pared by Dr. Gary J. Scott, of matic increases, the business study on graduates; selectionof agencies and graduate Placement Serivces, said that regional college place-
the Pennsylvania State Uni- administration and engineering initial careers revealed that schools. the purpose of the study was ment associations across the
versity Student Affairs Divi- degrees represent less 56% chose education Just four Students at black colleges "to provide a means for de U.S. and in Canada.
sion, CPS reported on a three- than 10% of those awarded by times the number of males and
.year study,of 58 public and private traditionally Negro colleges. females who entered the bus-
Negro colleges in 19 states In terms of actual numbers, iness world. Graduate study
The study, conducted between Negro male and female was a close third, with 12% of r
1965 and 1968,was made graduates received most of all students surveyed select-
possible by a Ford Foundation their degrees in education, ing that pursuit. a CAK :
with liberal arts next and Total male enrollment at the
ERICAN EDUC4r. science third. Over onethirdof colleges surveyed increased _
the graduates studied edu- about the same as female enrollment -
cation, down about 14% from decreased, the Col-
1965; one-quarter majored in lege Placement Services monograph -
liberal arts courses, allot reports. Although the
down 14% from 1965; and oneeighth percentage of change is small,
concentrated on and women still outnumbermen
sicence, an increase of nearly by about 10%, the study
20% in the three-year study indicated a trend that males II
period. may soon outnumber females ,' .
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24 THEMIAMI TIMES.. Friday,. November 7. 1969 BAIN Hanker-Milton
AlbertWilliam
1 MRS EUNICE McCOLLOUGHof I
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DEATHS Robinson of 2101 334 S.W. 6th TerraceIn MR. CLYDE.NELSON of 920

!r .,CARDS.MEMORIALS Wilmington St., Opa- locks Homestead expired Nov. NW 47th, Street died Oct. 30.

'i!! ,.r died Nov 2. Survivors include 3rd. Funeral services will Survivors include, mother

wife May Ella; brother Rich- be held Saturday Nov. 8th, Mrs. Ethel Denson; one son,

CARD OF THANKSThe ard Johnson of New York C ity. 4:00 P.M. in the chapel with Clyde Denson, three daughters -
IN MEMORIAMIn CARD OF THANKSThe Services will be heldSaturday Bishop H. Dean, oftlcating. Mrs. Wvelyn L. Wright,

I sad but Joving memory of family of the late family of the late,. .in the chapel. Remains will repose in the Vicky M. Wright and Shirley

our'loved one SAMUEL T. CAREY; MRS. MAMIE DOUGLAS Mrs. Addle Johnson of 15010 chapel beginning 2:00 P.M. on Wright; two brothers, Otis and

who departed this life Oct.18 wlshto express sincere thanksto Duval Ave., died Oct. 25. She Friday until funeral time Saturday Andrew four sisters, Elouise
,
is survived her husband afternoon.Survivor include Rita L.
1969 wish to with the many friends for their by Hall, Irene Brown,
express to our kindness shown during their Bert, Sr.; one son Bert, Jr.; dear friends; Mr.Joseph Herring and Geraldine Mor-
grateful appreciation
friends' and neighborsfor bereavement. May God bless grandmother Addie Holfield; Lloyd Family. gan, and a host of other rel-i
many each one of you. one sister Rose Wooks; six MR. CLARENCE BETHELa laUves and friends. Services
tY ,prPF your many acts of kind- brothers Sidney, Terry, Jr., pioneer resident of 3629 will be Thursday, Nov. 6, at

IId ness sion of and thoughtful expres- Mr. and Mrs. Lemon Doug- Eugene, James, John Willie Grand Ave. in Coconut Grove 1:00 p.m. at the chapel of the
sympathy. las and FamilyMrs. and Robert Lee; two uncles died Nov. 3 at Cedars of Leba- Manker-Milton Funeral home.
thanks to Father
Special
Louise Gadson,daughter four aunts. Services were held non Hospital. Services will be SLYVIA C L E MONS NELSON -
Clark an members.of the
and Family Saturday in the chapel. held Saturday, 9a.m.atChrist of 4980 NW 2nd Ave.Apt.
Church Transfiguration; the Episcopal Church. Survivors 15 Oct. 29 at Jackson
Willie O'Nell White of 17260 passed ,
Richardson Funeral Home
include his wife Sarah; six Memorial Hospital. Funeral
Mr., Leroy Johnson and to RANGE Duval Ave., Perrine,died Oct.
31 at South Miami Hospital. daughters Swelton Anderson, services were held Monday,
friends for cards
flowers. telegramsand WILLIAM ALFRED CAMP- Survivors include wife Berthaone Miriam Peavy. Grace W. November 3,at St.James A ME

May God bless you all. BELL of 3239 NW 48th Ter. daughter Inell Bohler;five Grace, Gladys Deveira, Vir- Church withRev. S.L. Gay,
Francis and Geneva one
MRS. LOVENIA DUNCANwho died Nov. 2 at Jackson Hos- grands Mr. and Mrs. Arthur ginia ; pastor officiating. Survivors

departed this life Nov. 3, Mrs. Louise Carey, wife pital. He is survived by his Brown, Mr. and Mrs. James son Whelock 21 great, 17 grandchildren grandchildren -, Include her husband Mr.

I 1967. Miss Cleoria Carey, sister wife Myrtle; six daughtersMrs. Smith, Elliott Mayor, Harry two, sisters and two brothers. Orange Nelson, daughter. Ce-

.,"Some may think you are forgotten Mr. Vernon Carey, brotherMr. Ernestine Clark, Lynn, Bohler, Peggy Bohler; one LITTLE LATANGLE PROPHET cil Doris Nelson,five father sisters Mr.

;II Wesley carey,'brother Patricia, Maxine, Audrey and sister Mary L, Miller; two of Mr, and j.C. Clemons, ,
I Though on earth you are no Joanie Campbell; one grand- brothers Eddie J. White; andJ. daughter Mesdames Bernice Henley,
four brothers all of the White six Mrs. Samuel Prophet of 229 Christine Speights,Harriett
t more, child, B. ; grands; one
t, But in memory you are with IN MEMORIAM Bahamas. Services will be aunt; one uncle. Services will Grand Ave., died Nov. 3'at Williams, Vater Rogers and

: us, as you were before." In loving memory of our held Saturday, 10 a.m. at St. be held Saturday 2 p.m.at Kerr Variety Children's Hospital. Victoria demons five
and Services will beheld Saturday T5r others Edison Otis
,
,
mother, grandmother, Agnes Episcopal Church. ,Memorial;
r Mr. Early Duncan, husband sister, Nov. 8. Additional survivors Author Jerome, and Johnny,

t and children IBETIr u_ ti1I THOMAS J. TAYLOR bet- Thomas Culmer of 1246 NW include one brother, four sis- grandmother, seven aunts,
I 65th Ter., died Nov. 1 at Ce- ters, four uncles, five aunts, 2 uncles and a host of other
ter known as T. J. Taylor of
t dars of Lebanon. Incomplete. and grandmother.
relatives and friends.
1731 NW 76th St., died Satur-
IN MEMORIAMIn SR day, Nov. 1 at Cedars of Leba- --

I non Hospital. He is survivedby p7 ;

,memoriam. of our dear his wife Carrie; a daugh- 4 '
father and son, ter Patricia Ann; a brother : Looking lor

ofun Albert and two uncles George .. \ : .... .' lust the rightChristmas

I YYMAUD and Simon. Services will be ., 'j ,;t' :, r
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held Saturday, 1 p.m. at Mt. ) '"' I + Jifl""
1 Tabor Baptist Church. 9 ,.: :" ; card
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1320 MRS.NW DOLLY 61st St.,BROWN#36 died of l : f \ 4.
Ji ; <
Monday at Jackson Hospital.She ;r .
....... 4: ;w (
I .r "" '% 'V.. is survived by her hus- :; : ;:,

I STIRRUP BROWN band Louie; a daughter Mrs. I :
'r "',.. .,. ., .. ,
Mitchell three sisters : J.'If' 'J ,' ,
who departed this life Nov. 12. Gladys ; r. ." : './ t
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1962. Ora L. McCray, Leona'Jonesand \: II. I ''- .. :, 'J! 'y ':":1<, ...,,..., t,
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Inez Blue three brothers '<& 'I'1. .. ,,," '. I
A face lovedto ; '" ,
loving smiling we v \ 'v.. '/ < < .. ,
see, and a Willie Lee, Leroy andSylvester : : ,0. "
-ItALPH A, HU.W------: Voice 'we loved to hear is Blue. Services will be held ; '.1 ( ,:. .. J: 7, .t.yJ.. : : ':: ..
stilled.' Saturday, l"p.m. at Jordan ..1' .' "' I u j. a .iF/;. ,..i'I'I';4H'. t$1". "M.JOH,, k k"u

j who 1966..departed ths Ufe'ov2, A place is vacant In our home Grove M. B. Church. "; ., \r\;rt'L n.R, ,.i1r: ; : -:";: "t'4I. : f' .". .' t

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Which never can be filled. ..,' ,,:.'...,, J
Tell me not in mournful, number You will never be forgotten, ALBERT JACKSON of 2273 ., i'\("' ,Hr, ,"

though on earth you are no West 4th Ct., Hlaleah died November ". 'i'..,',:.!!/", ,
Life*,is but an empty dream 3. He is survived by "'! w.' ":,' "''
more, but in memory you'are I-" .. .
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For the soul is dead that slumber his wife Rosetta; four daughters d\ ./'fi.Here9s ."
with
us as you always were '
a brother Jess Tyler and '
before.
a
And things are not what they sister-in-law andacousinOra whyyouU ; ,

seem." Lenora Sands, daughter Morgan. Services will be held I ( ,
Sadly' missed by his two Arlington Sands,son-in-law Saturday, 4 p.m. in the chapel. : want to

children: Ralph Anthony Jr.. Leotha Harrell grand-
Barbara Humes and mother, daughter Mrs. Sarah J. Bryant of 811 select a

Aurelia H. Adamsandt.iml1y. Jennifer Sands,granddaughter NW 66th St., died Friday,Oct. /

Arlington Sands Jr., grandson 31 at her home. She Is sur- I L personalizedS1J

IN MEMORIAMof James Stirrup, brother vived by a daughter Mrs.Jobn-

our dear mother, Glaston Stirrup, brother nie Roosevelt R. Sheffield and Ernest; two; three sons IECJ!

granddaughters Dorothy Williams -

.' .... CARD OF THANKSThe Ada D. TolbotandCorletha 9EEII .
Sheffield three
grand-
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) d ..< JOHNNIE CARTER,JR. Sheffield and Rev.J.K.Bryant.

take this method to extend Its Services will be held Thurs- .

: ... .r.: ., .... profound gratitude to those day 2 p.m., at Trinity CME On display right now at our shop is this year's new collection of fine, 'namei i

... .,. 'r who remembered them Church. imprinted Christmas greetings by Masterpiece Studios.
i.... :'l\" : through cards, telegrams, The
: Masterpiece Albums
floral tributes, visitations MRS. EMILY GAITOR of cover the broadest range of Christmas card

...... and other' acts of kindness 2640 NW 49th Ter., died Oct. subjects, treatments and prices. You'll find religious cards, whimsical cards,

.' .... ,... ..... i during their hours of bereave- 28. She is survived by a daughter modern, traditional, elaborate, simple. I

". .;" .ment. Mrs. Althea Minus; three That's.why you're sure to find just the greeting you like-in the Masterpiece" :

Special thanks to Bishop ionS ClevelandTalmadgeand; Albums. And that's why 'you'll save time and, effort by leafing through the
Willie Little John and his Rudolph Seymoure. Serviceswere Masterpiece Albums first. .
members at St. Joseph's held Tuesday. 11 a.m.
Ii. ; ; Church of God by Faith, the at Bethel Apostolic Church. Service' from Masterpiece is tops, too, based on a 44-year tradition ofservice'
.
-- Richardson Mortuary and Al- You'll have your personalized cards' at anytime you specify, for'

CATHERINE DUNCOMDE lapattah Elementary School. PERCY NEAL BLACKMONof addressing and mailing at your convenience. ."

Servant of God well done, 1440 NW 44th St..died Oct.
who This departed October 28,1968 rest from thy love employthe 29 at his home..He is survived MAKE YOUR' SELECfION'TODAYIAvoid
brings a :special
very
battle fought the victory by his wife Lena; a laugh' being rushed later. in ::'
prayer Stop today and
won, enter thy master's joy.Sincerely ter Patricia; two sisters Lucy select your Masterpiece personalized -
Tbat"God will keep you in his Christmas cards
care. 4 Monlyn and Beulah Lesane;
three brothers Archie
p. ,
Gone, but not forgotten.
The Family Thomas and Eli; nieces and

Helen GoldenIN nephews. Services were held
Monday, 3:30 p.m. at St. John iliami QHme1i ','

Institutional Baptist Church..
IN MEMORIAM ,
,
MEMORIAMIn
MARSHALL NAYLORof

loving memory ,of my In memory of our father and 1579 NW 68th St., died at his 6530 HW 15th ," ..., Miami|, Fla.. 33147 Phon. 691.0421' '1
brother, home Nov. 4. He is survivedby
dear sister,
DEACON SHARPER REED his wife Mary, five sons
EUGENIA SHIELDS., :
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i''i: who this life 11 Johnnie, RobertClaude, MAT
who departed this life Nov. 3 departed Oct. bt'splaying
1966.. '. 1966. Memories of you will George and Willie; two daughters -. .w. IJCE'
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.never fade from our hearts. Tommie Barnes and Mary;
.
e "A voice I love is still- i
Rest with the Savior. Clark; 20 grandchildren; one
in the home'
is vacant
411 A place \ great grandchild and four bro. PERSONALIZED ClIltlSTMAS' CARDS

:' Thomas sister and. 'The Ashleys, Maynors and thers. Arrangements ,are.. incomplete .
L. E.. ,
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THE MIAMI TIMES. Friday. November 7.. 1969. 2S-


Gainesville News RahmingsGEORGE EOPI-CEP Deputy Director Of '' ,-
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The Rev. James Cato, pastor t. ""' .'"-
FERGUSON a pioneer Staff ServicesMr. ,. ,..' :" ).
I of the Third Bethel Baptist resident and retired employee !}t";; >.

Church, spoke for the of FEC Railroad, died Percy C. Braunstein His work experience includes :
Men's Day service at St. JohnM. Nov. 2 at his home. He is !
sur- lives at 1310 97th Street, MI- being a high school 'J'I\, ,:
B. Church in Orlando. vived by his wife Althea; four ami Beach. His educational teacher, departmental chair- i., I ,
Rev. Freddy Maxwell, is pas- sons Charles
and James Fer-
background Includes
the Sav- man, head.counselor, physical -
tor of the Orlando Church.The guson, Robert and Vernon Ma- age School for Phsylcal Edu- director and coach from 'ir_

meeting was successful.Rev. jor; one sister-in-law Maud of cation In 1934, a B.S. in Edu- 1934 to 1942; supervisor DI- 7r t<
Cato >is owner Gate's, _
Nassau; one niece Cynthia cation at vision .
Columbia University of Community New York ------
I Sundry in Gainesville, Fla. Mlllen of Nassau. Services
in 1936, a M.A. in Educa- City Board of Education, examiner -

I HOWARD, MRS RETONA-FuiWtl will be held at Grace Presby- tion at the Teachers College, Board of Examiners, Elder J. W. Wilson and congregation would

services for Mrl. Rttona Howard, ape terian Church, Saturday, 3:30 Columbia University in 1945Here's New York City Board of Edu-' like to extend a warm and cordial invitation to all
,, housewife wlH be held at 2:30
p 35. m. on Sunday October 24, 196', p.m. cation from 1945 to 1951; of you to come and visit the church and enjoy. the
at St. Paul Missionary Baptist ChurchIn
builder and developer from
LaCrosse, Florida, with Rev. L. services.For .
A. Tlllman conducting the services. 1951 to 1966 Job Develop
Burial will be In Newnamvltle Cemetery DAVE BYNOE, a retired ; your comfort, the church is fully air-con
under the direction of Doney't Fun.ralHorne. ment and training,EOPI,from
Mrs. Howard who lived at' FEC Railroad employee who February 1966 to 1967 ditioned. For your convenience, we provide transportation -
Rt. & Box 112 C, Alachua Florida. lived at 595 NW 53rd St. died July, ;
for services to and from the church. Time
died October II, at $hind'. Teaching coordinator education :
Hospital following a short Illness. in Christian Hospital Oct. 25 i
and training New Careers Thursday 8 and Sunday 11 a.m. and 8
Surviving members of the family are after a long illness.He is sur- p.m. p.m.
husband. Reuben Howard one daughter,
Miss Carol Mitchell stepdauohter, vived by his wife Veronica; Program, EOPI, from July, For your added convenience, we have a wonderful

Miss Father Bernice Mr. It Mrs.Howard Oliver Mother Anderson&, two sons David and Robert; 1967 to September 1968. Sunday School service which we would like to have

Sr other l four relatives.sisters, two brothers many two daughters Veronica 0'- EOPI-CEP Mr Braunstein in September Joined of your' children i l with us each and every Sunday.

Berry and Vera Durham;eight 1968, as the deputy directorof Phone: 693-0481. Church: 9000 NW 20th Avenue.
DYKES, MR. CABOT M. Funeral two sons-in-
services foroM.. Dykes age 63, of grandchildren, i staff services. YOUNGLAND U.S.A. Kindergarten is open all sum-,
Ft ., will be held' at 4 law and daughters-in-law.
00
Bronson :
p.m., on Saturday, October 25, 1967, Services were held Thursdayat mer. We keep children. from 6 months of age to 10 .;,..
at Ebarnezer Batplst Church near
Dobbs Bronion conducting Fla. with the the services.Rev. Lonnie Burial' St.Agnes Episcopal Church. : EOPI-CEP years of age Rates are as low as $1.61 per'day.

will be In the Ebeneezer Baptist Church A little love goes a long ways. Call now and register -
Cemetery under the direction of
Knauff Funeral Home Mr. Dykes, died GEORGE A. JARRETT of Special Project your children: 6930481.Tune .
Thursdey Oct. 23rd 1W. 1870 NW 22nd Ave., died at
-- In-every Sunday- 9:30 a.m WRIZradio'-
'Veteransr Hospital Nor. 2.He
[BROWN, MRS. LINDA-Funeral services and Ed.D. Candidate at the Coordinator
for Mrs. Linde Brown, age 62, will is survived by his wife Mary School- of Education New York station 1550 and hear Elder Wilson.
at 3:00 Saturday ,
be held p. m. on
,
October 25, 1"' at Mount Carmel Ann; one son George Jr.; three University in 1946. f ;)
Baptist Church with Rev. T. A. Wright daughters Joyce JoAnn and ,
conducting the services. Burial will In 1942 Mr. Braunstein enlisted -
dIrection be In Plnegrove of Duncan Cemetery Brothers under Funeral the Gall; three sisters May Bell as chief specialist in MERCHANTS: WHO ADVERTISE IN THE;

Hcme. The procession "will, torn, rt Hepburn, Agnes ClarkandAnn the U.S. Navy. MIAMI TIMES ARE TELLING' YOU THEY
the home of her daughter Mrs.
Catherine Barton of 104 SE 10th Ter- Jarre tt; four grandchildren INVITE YOUR PATRONAGE AND APPRECIATE -
racfl. motherlnlawLUlfanMcPhee
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three sisters-in- Atlantic Life DOING BUSINESS.WTH YOU,:THEY'

(WILLIAMS 'DAISY-Funeral services for law, five brothers-in-law. ARE COURTEOUS AND DEPEN&AlLE.,
Mrs. wmiams, age 47 housewife "will" ,
be held at 2 p. m., on Saturday Services will be held Saturday Official DiesMr. PLEASE PATRONt ETHEMI
Oct. 25. 196*. at Galilee Baptist Church
with Rev. B. C. Clinton conducting at St. Agnes Episcopal Church.
the services. Burial will be In at 1 p.m. Marcus Eugene Martin,
Hawthorne Cemetery under the direc-
tion of Hawthorne Funeral Home. vice president of the Atlanta

her Surviving husband members Mr. Charlie of the Williams family are of SHELLIE REEVES of 1622 Life Insurance Company, died

Williams Hawthorne of, Long five Island tons N.Mr.Y.,Willie Mr NW 6th St., died Oct. 28 in Tuesday October 28. Funeral ATTENTION!
Fleming Wllttamt of Gainesville, Mr.. Lincoln Memorial Nursing services were held Thursday
Noble Williams Mr. Leo and Mr.
Earl Williams' of Kawtnorne, Fla., One Home. She is survived by a at the First Congregation

daughter Mrs.. Pa., Pearl two sisters Kinsey, Mrs.0 tPhoNlde4ph'e. friend John H. Williams Incomplete -, Church, corner ofHoustonand If You're From
Irene Gooding of Daytona Beach,Mrs. Courtland Sts., in Atlanta.:
Rachel BeN of St. Petersburg One
brother Mr. Pople/ GoodIng of Daytona
Beach 30 grandchildren, 11 great Meryle P. Davis was bornin
gran dchIldren. Friends will be received New York City and now lives Georgiaor
at Hawthorne Funeral Home from 2 Auto Inspection
gym, on Friday vntH 12:30: Satur at 5601 Maggione Street,Coral
Gables. She graduated from

Schedule .&:;, :" Coral Gables Sr. High.She attended West Floridai'
HOLMES M R i. AkPENA-Funeral the University of Florida -

services 75 will for be Mrs.held Arrena at 11 Holmes:00 ft., age m., Dade County vehicles requiring no delinquency citations will in Gainesville and received -

on Greater Saturday Bevllle October AME Church 25. with 1969.Rev.at inspection during Au- 'be Issued against the August' a B.A. In education In 1965.

L. A. Haisley conducting the servlcos. gust will be switching form stickers until Dec. I/' noted Her graduate studies at the You are entitled
Burial
will be In Plnegrove Cemetery
under the direction of Duncan Brothers the semi-annual program to John S. Greene, senior ad- University of Florida Included

elf Funeral NW Home.7th Place.Mrs.: Mrs.Holmes Holmes lived will.t an annual schedule as enactedby ministrative assistant to Major Guidance and Spec
lie hi state at the church from 10.00 the 1969 Florida Legisla- Homer. ial Education.
a. m. Saturday until the hour of to Special l Death
the funeral. There will' be no viewing ture. "in addition, drivers are In 1965-66, Miss Davis wasa
after the eulogy. Automobile with wind- reminded that the middle fifth grade teacher at Stonewall -

shield decals ending in an odd weeks of each month generally'have Jackson Elementary in

GASKIN Mr. Gaskin, ISIAH age- Funeral 56, will services be held for number should be reinspectedin the shortest lines at the Jacksonville and a third grade BenefitsFor

et 1 p. m., on Sunday, Oct. 21 1949 October, while those with inspection stations," Greene teacher at Crystal River Ele-
at Atlas AM.E. Church with the Rev.
C. Simmons conducting the services. an even number can be Inspected added. mentary In Crystal River. In

Burial cemetery will under be In the the direction Rutabrnnch of during November, Decal expires: August odd 1968 she was a social worker

Dorsey Funeral Home. Mr. Gaskin, according to a plan by County number; October, even for Palm Beach County Welfare further information
who lived at Rt. 1 Box 90. Gainesville '
died Oct. 22 1969 at his home following Manager Porter W. homer. number; November. West Palm Beach. She

an wife extended Mrs. Sarah Illness.GaskIn.Surviving Four are sons his "To implement this plan, Decal expires September, also did substitute teaching in
Hemp Roscoe Ernest and Clarence Dade County. Miss Davis join-

Robinson Four daughters, Mrs. Batty Mrs.Jane Brazil Dora Miss Lee odd number; December, even number: March. ed EOPI-CEP in September Call 691-7661
Maalolse Gaskin and Miss Geraldine number I Decal expires: Novemberodd 1969
Gaskin Two son-In-laws Moses ; January. as special project coor-
Robinson and William Brazil and one Decal expires : October, number; April, evennum- dinator.
Daughter-hvLaw Rose Edith Gaskin.
Also surviving are three Brotnan, Five odd number February, even ber; May. Her hobbles include music
sisters and Ten grandch:Idren. and speaking

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26 THE .MIAMI.. ..n TIMES._ Friday. November 7, 1969 __.__ ._ ___ ,"'- __ .......
BAPTIST WOMENCOUNCIL

\ TO MEETThe

members of the Baptist 1n
l "' "
women council are requestedto
meet'at Mt.Calvary Baptist j A 9
Church on Friday evening No-
vember the 14th promptly at 8

p.m. The council doesn't
ir meet Friday before the second x ;,s,-
Sunday but its every ,second
Friday in the month this state-
ment is made for calfryica- ffI
tion. The ladies of Mt.Calvaryare

I & gnu} Jn OIllurrlf!1 &uni1uu group preparing with open to arms.receive, this : 4

The ladies from Shiloh Bap- '
tist Church will be receivedin _
this meeting Rev.T.C. Mic- ,, ,
kins will be present to hold f .; ,, :

the annual election of officers.
This plans to be the banner

I year for the Baptist women's
council.
t Mrs. Everlina Brooks has
( 3f
f been confined to her home for

W fF several weeks, members are
waged to pay her a visit or ? .
I't' send a card. Mrs.Andell Mic- Pastor's AnniversaryThe
kins first vice president of the

\.,tt\ council is ill in Christian Hospital pastor and his family ticipated in his anniversaryand Bradley, and Rev. Tanner and
please pay her a visit or wishes to thank their many helped to make it a suc- his congregation. May God
t send a card and re member DA forever bless each of you.
friends and members whopar- cess. Thanks tq Rev
"1 these friends of Jesus in your


1 t ---'l'prayers...president__Miss_Marie: _Baha's' Celebrate founder's. _BirthThe --------GRACE--
White is that all
members requesting accompany her to St. Miami Baha'is will observe his tomb is located at Bahji, Rev. W, F. Savoy, pastor
I the 152nd Anniversaryof near Haifa. Not too distant on
Paul AME Church on Sunday Our 21st Anniversary Ban-
T \ where she will speak for the the Birth of Baha'u'llah, Mount Carmel is the world quet will be held Friday, Nov.
h i Women's Day observance. prophet-founder of the Baha'i center of the Baha'i faith The 7 at 8 p.m. at the Miami
it faith, on Tuesday, Nov. 11. United States headquarters of Springs Villas. Our speaker
Iii t Men's Day At Mt. Tabor Baptist Church SONGBIRD OF TH E As part oftheircelebration, the faith is at the site of the will be the Rev. Paul Force,
the Baha'is of Greater Miami Baha'i House of worship in pastor of the Presbyterian
r Dr. Truett Smith, chairman high school in New Mexico, SOUTH will hold a public premiere ofa Wilmette, Just north of Chicago Church of the Master in Opa-

,of the department of religious received his B.A. degree and new color film on the Baha'i Illinois. locka. The climax of our anniversary .
education, Florida Memorial M. A.degree from Baylor Uni- faith "A New Wind at theNorth The Baha'i faith is now established week will be this
It C College will speak on the versity, he received the Th.M. Miami Jr. High School in 312 countries and Sunday morning at 11:00: and
theme: "Christian Men Mobi- degree and the Th. D. degree auditorium, 13105 NE 7th Ave. territories and its sacred we seek all of the members
l' 1 lizing to Reactivate and from Southwestern Baptist at 8 p.m. writings are translated into possible to be at worship.The .
] Strengthen Christianity"'during Theological Seminary He has r Documentary film maker 400 languages. In the United memorial service of

I the 11 a.m. worship ser- been director of the Baptist George C. Stoney,whose films States, Baha'is reside in over last Sunday evening was a
/ vice Sunday at 1701 NW 66th State Convention's education have won numerous awards, 2,600 communities. beautiful and solemn occasion.We .
Street.Dr. program. Dr. Smith was ap- set out to record how the In addition to the film show-
f\11 1 give thanks to Mrs.Gloria
pointed chairman of the department B a h a'I belief in the unity of ing, Mrs. Jack McCants,
Davis and Mrs. Roena Liv-
Smith, was born in Ft.Worth of religious educa- God, religion and mankind is member of-the auxiliary board
chairman
and
Texas. He ,attended tion at Florida MemorialCol- affecting Baha'i communities of the Baha'is of the Western ingston, co-
chairman for their wonderful
,
lege in September, 1966. around the world. The assign- Hemisphere, will speak, and leadershp and work in help
'" At the7 p.m. service spec- ment was explains there will be a musical interlude -.
*' ST'' JAMES 'AMB :, Stoney, ing this event to be a mem-
I \ I t. .i'' ial musical program has been ". ? perhaps the most difficult by the Nor land Sr.;High. orable celebration.
.
t:j Rev 'S.' L. Gay;pastor' planned ''With many visiting have ever atfampted: For*"School r'chofr.l, ) Condolences to the bereaved
Nellie Saunders, reporter choirs in the city invited to it required 'me not only to con' The';public is cordially invited family of George 'Ferguson
sing the songs of praise and 'centrate into less than a half to attend. Admission is ,
., Thursday October 30 8p-.m. who died Sunday .
evening
is Invitedto
worship. The public hour of screen time the feel free. n"
come out and celebrate this Talented beautican Margaret and scope of a world-wide religious "

great men's day with the men Sweeting Beauty Enterprises, of the Ardell's is sche- community that is' Daughter Elks Enjoy Fall Coffee
,
of the church. growing at a tremendous rate
,
duled to make her debut as one
but to translate into visual And Style Show
I'i of the nation's most promising
i terms the spiritual experiences -
gospel artists. Mrs. Sweetingwho his best he warranted the
as
MATTHEWS that unite people of On Sunday Oct. 26 coffee
,:.ti: > hails from Miami, Fla. such incredibly diverse cul- lovers and fashionable women styles and fashions from"Patricia -
I Rev. Phillip Clark, pastor has been saluted numerous tures, standards of living and entered the Bonded Collection House."
)' '' times as the "Songbird of the Agency to witness the tradi- Dt. Barbara Doberson and
', degrees of education
i '"'," .''''':.'" No
', ,.;. r\ The members of the women South. single motion picture can do' tional coffee and style show Dt. Locle Fox served at the
,,1 :.' '' day committee wish to take the Job required, but we hope that was sponsored by the register and were beautifully
this opportunity to thank all CHRIST EPISCOPALCanon we have made a start." faculous Dt. Elks Temple No. attired and courteous. Dt.Ar-
their friends, and membersfor The film shows how the 769 some year ago. Rev. lene Miller and Dt. Gertrude
helping to make our fash- T. R. Gibson, rector teachings of Baha'u'llah are William Washington and Mr. Crowder appeared to be lovelyin
ion show a success. Special Antoinette Silva,reporterThe transforming the Individualand Ulyssess Morris delighted their attire as hostessesfor
thanks to Miss Alma Kemp for Southeast Diocesan of community life of peoplesin audience with their renditions.Mrs. the occasion. Presented
such a beautiful narration, the Episcopal Churchwomenwas the B a h a'I communitiesacross Iris Mikell Richardson state president, W. 0. Perry.Dt. .
Bishop D. N. Collins Mrs. Althea Troup from organized onTuesday, OC- the globe.Baha'u'llah presided at the piano.Dt.Hes- Ruler of Antlers, Vera
Lory's Fashion, Mr. Clyde tober 28 at All Saints Church ter Rivers in her usual charm- Smith and Marie White who re-
The South Florida Annual Floyd and his staff from King In Fort Lauderdale, Mrs. whose name ing way served as mistress of ceived an applause as ,the
Conference will convene Nov. the Taylor. Joseph Myrick of All Saints means "The Glory of God," ceremonies. Dt. Spen Parker founder of the temple.She lead
1116 at Saint' James AME, Sunday, May 16 is our an- was elected president and was born in Tehran, Iran and state the occasion which has Dt. Ruler Alto Screen, who
Bishop D. N. Collins will preside nual (13th) Women's Day observance Mrs. Frank Bell. Jr. was finally imprisoned in the Holy lead to the fall coffee. Where brought the temple from the
please make it a elected Deanery Director of Land in the then Turkish penal the benefits were always do- standstill and set it up on a
The Nov. Club is asking for point to attend. We have plan- South Dade Deanery. Dele- colony of 'Akka (across the nated to the poor and deprived high place where it can againbe
,full support in all their efforts ned a very inspired programfor gates attending and reportingan bay from present Haifa, Mr. Sammy Davis was at seen, heard and felt.
realizing this is the busy you. ,Our morning speaker'will inspirational conven- Israel). He died in 1892 and

month of this year. Mrs. 'C. be Mrs. Maedon Bullard. tion were:, Mrs Kate S. Dean, ST. MARY'S
Peterson is chairman. The evening speaker, Miss Mrs. Carmetta Brown, Mrs. JORDAN GROVE MT.. AARON
The Youth Choir will please Cynthia Knowles.Chairmen Margaret Simmons and Mrs. Rev. H. V. Stuart, pastor
prepare to sing for the MIs- for the evenint are: Mrs. Ag- Sarah Sawyer. Rev. Douglas Cook,pastor Sunday morning, baptism at A. E. McCray,reporter
sionaries service in the annual nes Knowles, Mrs.Sadie John- We extend to Mrs. Clarice Eddie Gilbert, reporterThe Virginia Key Beach Come and celebrate St.
Conference at 10a.rn.Nov.il. son and Mrs. Willie Mae De- Littles of the Church of Incarnation Junior Choir will begin Saturday night, Nov. 15, the Mary's 46th Church Anniversary -
You are Invited to a Sale meritte. our hearty con- their anniversary on this Fri- Herman Thomas Gospel I with us on Sunday at 3:30
/ party at 1140 NW 76th St.Sat Mrs. Doreen Saunders, re- gratulations on being elected day, 8 p.m. and will concludeon Chorus and other groups will p.m., an enjoyable program
urday night at the home of Mrs.A. porter. Deanery Director of the North Sunday at 3 p.m. The pub- render a musical program at has been planned for your en-
Sparks our women's day Dade Deanery. lic is invited and thecooperation 8 p.m tertainment. Refreshmentswill
chairman. The annual congregational of the church is asked. Thursday night, Nov. 20 the be served.
Choir No. 1 will celebrate ZION HOPE meeting will be held Sunday Brother Dixon is director. Gospel Chorus of Liberty City Members please don't for-

their 50th anniversary Sunday, Rev. Paul Freeman pastor immediately following the Ordination service will be Choir's Union will sponsor a get your special envelope for
at 3:30 p.m. Mrs. Louise Bessie Williams reporter, morning service. All mem- held on Tuesday night Nov.11 musical program at 8 p.m. your anniversary assestment.
Woods is president. bers are asked to be present. and Brother Rudolph Daniels. Sunday, Nov: 23, 3 p.m. the Dinners are still being sold
Rev. William Armstrong Dinner sales, carnivals, The church is asked to pleasebe pastor and choir will appearat every Saturday, at the church
will be selling dinners at the parties are on the calendarfor present. the Choral Group's Anniversary and cup cakes every Sunday
CENTRAL BAPTIST church all day with Bar-b-que the Acolyte of the year The No. 2 Choir will begin program at Greater after services by the Sunday
sandwiches. He's asking contest. Be sure to support their anniversary on Wednes- New Bethlehem, Rev. C. H. School.
There will be a big day at everyone to patronize his sale your favorite candidate.Get day night, Nov. 12 with the Smith Is pastor. There will be banner day
Central on the second Sunday in behalf of choir No. 2's an' well wishes to Mrs. Rev. J. E.Jenkins and congregation Sunday night, Nov. 23 a mu- during or Sunday School ser-
at 3 p.m. we will have instal-, niversary. Maybell Coleman, Mrs. Re- in charge on Friday sical program will be held at vices, parents please send
lation services for our new Baptism Sunday 7:30a.m.. becca Gibson, Mr.John Sweet- night, Nov. 14 and Sunday at the church featuring the Lit- your children out on time 9:30
j pastor, Rev. C. Whites, Rev. all candidates are asked to be Ing and Mrs. Ella M. Cambridge 3 p.m., Nov. 16 musical pro- tle Shadow and other singersof ,
'
L.A. Thompson will officiate, present. gram. Come and witness agrimd' the city. a.m.Our sick is Sister Pearline
ton* shplenty are with us. Sister Weston is home Remember United time. Deacon Pollackis Rev. 0 '
Mary your L. Sample, 'Jr. is Colebrooke, let us continue to
of refreshments. from the hospital. Thank Offering. president.: the pastor. pray and visit our sick. ', :





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II' Society Of Christian | MACEDONIA Women's Day St. Paul Women To Celebrate I I


Service Honors Past Presidents i Rev. Roscoe Jackson, pastor At CommunityM.B. 25th Anniversary


_. $: Willie J. Beard reporterOn ChurchThe Sunday Nov. 9, the womenof daughter of the late Mr. and

past president of the South Sunday afternoon from women will observe St. Paul AME Church will Mrs. Edward and Georgianna

Florida district. Both of these 4:00-6:00 p.m., the Young Women their sixth annual Women's ,celebrate their 25th annual White. Miss White is the

ardent workers are still active Auxiliary is sponsoring; Day Sunday, Nov. 9 beginning Women's Day, the program founder and organizer of Elks

in the women's society of Fall tea at the church. The with Sunday School at 9:30( committee has planned a very Temple #769. Miss Whitealso

Christian Service and are speaker will be Mrs.Eddie M. a.m.; morning worship at 11 I[nice program for the entire worked for the Dade County

members of Ebenezer United Sample, wife of Rev. Otis a.m., with Mrs. Marjorie Perkins iay. To start the day off our Juvenile Dept. for 14 years.

Methodist Church. Sample, pastor, Mt. Aaron M. of New Bethel M. B. C., She Is now retired and is an

B. Church. Come out andhear: Opa-locka as guest speaker; active member of Mt. Zion

this dynamic speaker. Pro- and evening worship at 7 p.m. Baptist Church.

ceeds from this tea will go toward with Mrs. Myrtis Murray of: At 3 p.m. our Juniors will

helping some poor and New Macedonia M. B. C. as have their fourth annual Jun-

needy family for Thansgiving guest speaker. ior Women's Day to close the

.and Christmas.On Come out and witness a day with the announcement of

the third Sunday after- great day with these two dynamic the new Miss or Mrs St. Paul

noon, the Pastor's Aid Club speakers. Our theme 1969-70.

will observe their annivers- will be: "Christian Women You still have time to buy

ary. They are asking for your Working together for Christ." an apron from Mrs. King before -

cooperation and support in ad Sister Catherine Clayton is the deadline Sunday night

MRS. J. L. DIXON vance. chairman and reporter and our goal is $35,000.November .

On the third Sunday night Rev. Alonzo Anderson is the : 10 at 8 p.m. has
The South Florida District
Women's Society of Christian the Six Trumpets of Miami will pastor. 1:4 been set aside as appreciation -

render a song service.This Is night for our pastor and
Service; <
honored
Mrs.J.
recently .
"
being sponsored by the officers his wife. We are asking the
L. Dixon: and Mrs.. JamesT.
and members of choir ANTIOCH full support from all boards
Thompkins for many yearsof
No. one. and clubs.
MISS MARIE WHITE
dedicated service to the ----- The president officers and Rev. P.W. Wiggins, pastor Plan now to attend the annual

Methodist Church generallyand MRS J. T. THOMPKINS 'Timbers of Us her s' Board Dinettie D. C.obb. reporter morning speaker will be Miss Conference at St. James Nov. I

specifically to the Wo- # 2 will observe their Seventh.Anniversary.beginning Remember to attend BTU'Marie M. White, the youngest 11-16.
men's Society by replacing The South Florida WSCS
Thurs meeting every Sunday at 5:30
their president's will-observe Spiritual Growth-
; day night before the fourth Anyone interested in work- MT. OLIVETTE
Mrs. Dixon: has served in Day Apart at Ebenezer United NEW SHILOHRev.
Sunday afternoon. A great and ing with the Senior Missionary; BAPTISTRev.
Methodist Church
many capacities including Saturday, dynamic speaker has bee Society are asked to please at-

conference president. Mrs. Nov. 22, 1970 from 10 a.m. to chosen for the occasion. Plan tend meeting every Monday at A.M. Griffin, pastor G.W. Warren,pastor

Thompkins is the immediate 2:30 p.m. now to attend. 7:00 p.m. Sister Ella Elam,reporter Norma J. Lawrence, reporterOn

.
-- The men have begun orga- All youths are asked to attend Sunday November 9 at

THE CHURCH OF TEMPLEThe 'nizing for our annual Men's! Jr. church meeting every] Saturday Junior church at 3:00 p.m. choir # 1 of our

TRANSFIGURATIONELlSCOPAL Day. News will be reported as Saturday at 4:00: p.m. 4:00 p.m. We are asking all of church will celebrate their 57

( ) women of Temple are time progresses. The Junior Usher's Board the Juniors to please be pre- anniversary. Various choirsof

will celebrate their 10th Anniversary sent and on time. We are get- the City will appear on the
all ready this Sunday for their!
Fa. Elisha Clarke Jr., 13th annual Women's Day observance Sunday, November 9,, ting ready for Youth Day. program to help make amost

Vicar They have been NEW BETHEL at 3:00 p.m. Rev. W.C. very] The Smiling Jubilee's will spiritual as well as inspiring

Sunday 7:30 AM Trail LI- will deliver the anniversarysermon. be here Sunday night at '1:30in occasion. Mrs. Frances
busy, and everyone is aimingat Ernest Williams pastor
trugy 9:30 a.m., Church the Chairman A behalf of the building fund, Rahming, chairman Deacon
moon. Alice Harris reporterThe
School and 10:45 a.m.,Solemn Clark and co-chairman W. Remember to attend prayer sponsored by Dea. Hill John Dawkins, president.The .

Sung Mass and Sermon with meetings every Tuesday nigh The No. 1 and No. 2 choirs third Sunday InNovem-
with the
procession.The Hepburn, along cap Women's Day committee at 7:00 p.m. will have dinner sale all day ber, which will be Nov. 11,the
tains have big things in their is banquet on
Episcopal Chruchwo- sponsoring The Senior Missionary So- Saturday at the home of Sister Church Anniversary will be

men Fall Ingathering of United plans. Saturday night Nov 8, time 8 ciety will present a program lola Turner 866 NW 77th St. observed. Groups are grouped
The at the
Thanks Offering will be held speaker morning p.m., place Ebony Auditorium entitled "The Nine Fruits of Bro. Otis Wright and the .according to their birth month.
Delores
service is
Mrs.
at this service.We,the women Harte-Lee veteran teacher in Donation $3.00.Sunday shall observeour the Spirit." There will be Spiritual Hamnizers will be The list of captains for each

and girls of the church must school we guest speakers there speaking here the third Sunday at 7:30 month appears on the Church c '
the Dade County public first annual Brotherhood -
make a good showing this ser- on the topic.Remember. in behalf of the building fund. bulletin board.
system and a native Mlamian. the men of
by
sponsored
Day,
vice. So we are asking all of to pray for the Dea. Roberson, sponsor. Brother Herbert Taylor Is
with wealth able to
Mrs. Lee comes the church. We were
you to be present and on time. and information sick, shut-ins, and the meson The No. 1 and No. 2 choirs still ill. We are asking every-
of the service of the Rev
experience secure
possible, please Weal the battlefield everywhere. will beg In celebrating their one to remember him inpray-
IK and is no stranger in Temple Faniel as our guest speaker.
roset- anniversary Thursday and er.
white and chapter
your She chairman of ladies the me I
was our very; Don'tcookhome ,
tes. Don't use this for an ex- Friday, Nov.20,21 at 8:00 will Visitors are always welcomed -
first women's day observance; of the church have planned the
cuse in it is not possible to( ST. PETER'SThe end the fourth Sunday at 3:00. at Mt. OUvetta.Do plan
feature of the
The evening dinning room. Donation $1.25
and The pastor is asking the entire to visit us.
wear white We need
you will be a variety program by; Please come and bring i a Women's Dayjprpgralh church to with him
will be looking for all of you. go
the women's chorus and< friend. will be Sunday at 4 p.m. All Wednesday night November 12

is The St. Veronica's of Chapter others. Plan to spend the day; We are asking all the men of ladies of the congregation to Mt. Olive Baptist Church, NEW COVENANT M. B.
sponsoring a night games
this at Temple.Mr. the church, who are interest reminded of their required South Miami,Rev.K.E.Roger, Rev. Howard Robinson
sale on Friday, Friday,
Carl Hanna is a patient in becoming a member of the nation. PASTOR
November 7 at the home of pastor.
at Christian Memorial Hospital male choir meet with the pre-
Marie Miller 2400 NW The PTA of St. Peter's Day Betty Hill,reporterThe
Mrs. and Mrs. Hermon Clak sident Dec. elect Elvii Care Center will render a

159th Street. Opa-locka. This and Mrs. Elizabeth Rolle are Bridgewater, on Monday even- musical recital Sunday from pastor wish to expresshis
treat cannot miss. Foods NEW HOPE P.. B. to all
appreciation who
you accompanied -
at Jackson Memorial.We Thank
pray; ing at 7:30 p.m. you 4-6 p.m. at the church. All
will
and drinks of choice him to
The
your for their speedy recovery. Among us Rev. Thomas Invited. Highway
be on sale.. You and your are Rev. W.E. Sims, pastor Church of Christ last Friday
Taylor is at home 2471 NW 59! You are invited to attend our
friends are invited.See you Elaine Gilbert, reporter night.
is
St. Sis Marion Brown King
first annual Bazzarr spon-
then. NEW KINGDOM M. B. The pastor is asking all
at Mt. Sinai Hospitalroom716Deacon ( sored the St.Monica's Guild
by
The Episcopal Chruchwomen Friday night Nov 7th at 8:00p.m. members to do his or her best
Rev. J. Torrence pastor Fred Williams is at to be held Nov. 28 and 29,4841
is sponsoring The youth choir is spon- to sell tickets for the Testi-
Ossie Harris reporter Hialeah Hospital. 4-7
NW 2nd Ave. from p.m.
Smorgabord sinner sale" on soring a talent night. We have monial Dinner for mother
will be of
There a variety
Friday November 14, at the many hidden talents to be revealed Edurine Robinson at Toby's
Every Tuesday night at8:00( for the kids tasty '
church 15260 NW 19th Ave., games everyone is invited to cafeteria on Dec. 13, Reportof
,we nave prayer service,every- :KELLY'SCHAPEL, conch fritters especially made
tickets sold must be turned
Opa-locka, Fla. Time: 6:00 come out and witness this'enjoyable -
one is welcome to 'come out. and dinners to take put.; Also, '
If have not purchaseyour evening. Sis. Linda in by Nov. 9, so that the dinner
p.m. you
On Wednesday night we' nave Rev WM H.. Butler, pastor there will be a dance for the
tickets be con- Vickers is the president. reservation can be made.
you may
Bible class all our friends are Maire Carr, reporter teens from 5:00 until 630.
tacting any women in the Sunday Nov. 9th from 4 to The complete church is invited -
welcome Williams teacher out both
Rev. Please come on even
church call the church office Women and members ofKelly's ; 6 p.m. The Missionary Society to render services for
.
685-2001 or by contacting our The pastor is asking the en- Chapel, time is run- ings.Our congregation is sadenedby drill present a Fall Tea at the The ,Church NW 67th St. and
'Mrs. Alice Harrison home of Sis. Melean Vickers 15th Ave.Time 8:00p.m.,Nov.
President -
tire congregation to accom- ning out. Let us put on more the lost of Mrs. Lillian '
will be to help 1830 NW 47th Terr. Our guest pastor, Bishop Alexander.
We happy
pany him to Valley Grove MB fuel and reach our goal. With Hayward of Nassau, the sister -

you. Church Friday night before God, we can do anything good of our priest. speaker will be a surprise but Appreciation program for the ....

Coming event. Autumn the fourth Sunday in Nov.Rev Women's Day Is the fifth Sunday Rev. C. F. Cooper, rector she is good. Everyone is wel- pastor.Let .
Leaves Tea Sunday November come to come and share with us remember to pray
J. Ferguson, pastor. Nov. 30. and Elizabeth Bain, is reporter. -
30, Sponsored by the St. Thirty-first annual Sessionof The Ushers' FederationAs- us an evening of sptrtually en- for and visit the sick.

Veronica's at the tertainment. Sis. Loranie Fuller -
Chapter
the Great Union Baptist As- sociation will begin celebrating -

church at 4:30 p.m.MEMORIAL sociation. Which will convene their sixth anniversary at president.Our .

with Tabernacle Baptist Kelly's Chapel, 7105 NW 15th ST. LUKERev. regular prayer meeting 'ST. MATTHEWSRev.

TEMPLERev. Church 4217 SW 25th St.,West Ave., Friday Nov. 7, at 8:00p.m. P. S. Williams, pastor and evening Bible at class 8 on The Thursday pastor P.Clarke Jr.,pastor

Hollywood Florida. Novem- with a musical program Kathleen Streeter, reporterThe p.m. A. Humes, reporterThe
all members and friendsto
urges
L C. Mickins,pastor ber 6 through 9th. and will climax Sunday, Nov. Deaconess Board will : attend.
9, at 3:00 p.m. with the Rev.
Lucille Beckett, reporterThe present a play entitled"Slabs- women day committeeIs
F.L. Johnson and congregation
pastor and congregation town Convention, Thursday, sponsoring a tea this Sunday -
of Brownsville Church
Baptist
were guests at GreaterSt. NEW MT. MORIAH In is invited. Nov. 20, at 8 p.m. Donations ST. MARKRev. afternoon to help their goal,
charge.Everyone
John Baptist Church,Tues- are $1.00. All participants are for women's day which will be

day evening. Rev. Thedford Rev. A. L. Shipp, pastor Deacon E. Ramsey ispresi- asked to be present Wednesday C.W. Wade, pastor on the third Sunday of this

Johnson, pastor. Evelyn Souter, reporter dent. night for rehearsal. Doris Sprullng reporterLet month. The public is Invited.
the fifth afternoon
On Sunday
-
services this Sun-
The women's day committee Baptism The Young Matrons present The pastor is leaving for the

is making plans for their day at 9 a.m. (Women's Day),the youth a L "Fall Fashion Review"Sunday us not forget our Junior weekend in the Bahamas.This

first annual Women's Day, Our youth have elected some Qf the church will sponsor a at Charles Drew Elementary choir's anniversary Sunday. Sunday Deacon J.G.Smith willie

Sunday Nov. 23. of the officers for our com- variety program, featuring from 4-6 p.m. All those We are asking everyone to in charge come and hear
choirs from
Plan to attend the baby con- ing youth day, which will be many youth who would like to appear on please bring a box. The publicis bim.
around Miami inbahalf of Wouen's
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in
test Sunday at 3 p.m. the second Sunday Feb. program are asked to contact cordially invited 1470 NW ,Morning worship 11 a.m.,
Come out and help
to the Hen- Day.
Get well wishes are extended Our sympathy Matrons Kathleen Streeter 87th( Street. evening 6 p.m., Sunday School
the in their effort.Don't .
bereaved youth
to Mrs. I. C. Mickins and derson family, other or Christine Sutton. Let ua continue pray for our 9:30 a.m., BTU 5 p.m.
forget the sick and
sick shut-ins and
David McPhee. Mrs. Mickins families Conference will be held Friday sick and shut-ins. And remember Don't forget the sick and
armed services. shut-ins. Let us pray for them
those in the
is recuperating at home from Nov. 7. the bereaveds. sbut-In. pray for them.
and visit them
her stay in Christian Hospital. Visitors are always wlcome. always.





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By ROBERT J.. SYE !
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Los Angeles' factory was where it was}Monday night. Never

has a'show been so well attended as was A r n o k d Whit- SQ ffyJwnMvijr

mor 's reilshable pre-Halloweenbash.The famous"rookery- -

Your Weekly Horoscope for-meeting-the-right-people" was packed, with warm-soft
bodies. Such as songstress Mary Wilson,who was glowing with >30a6Ctt, PONTIPHFLET
ADLINE
her escort Glynn Turman; Barbara McNair and hubby, Lincoln
14 22 28 03 06 ff
FredWWlams andBerna-
Helena
Kilpatrick and his lovely ,

ARIES (Wore 21-April 19): First four day: dismal. dett, Leonard 0. Smith, Raymond St. Jacques with Judy,Pace, My experience this week pert guidance of the Channel

Energy low. But by fifth day, money will be spotlighted.And and producer Harry Kane who did his "Thang" on the dance taught me a lesson. They say, 7 people, this will be our attempt -

the old buck usually perks Aries up, when all else floor; Collette Wood and her spouse,and the vivacious radio "Ask and shall receive." to produce what couldbe

fail Reject cheap imitations on lost two days of w.d.You' commentator Eunice Pye, who's spouse is in Yugoslavia doing Well It's you true everyone because one of the best local pro-

,, been taught to settle only for the 'very bett. Do it. his thang for the U.S., Olympics., .It was a gas!. .But this'll Pve Just been through ductions ever held. Of course,

gas everybody' uti the woman concerned.,..BobJames, tra- we will inform you as to the
TAURUS (April 20-May 20): Week begins on a the most pleasant experience
veling in fast company in his never ceasing pursuit of the love- date of presentation and your
i rather even keel but tends to diminish funwise. Your lip in a long Ume.Tuesday .
ly Mary Wilson, was not tobe seen Monday night. .His invite television screen will do as
will seem to have zapped by the third day. Outside*forces last week saw Rev.
will demand your attention, and you just might become and flight with MW to Las Begas for the opening of blondesinger Vincent DeMeo, pastor of the much.
a Wayne Gochran was nice;but can he keep up with RGT (Rapid Saturday night, October 25
overly fatigued if you're not careful Allow yourself to North Dade Church of Religious
,get all fagged-out and'the next thing you know you'll, Glynn Turman);who really did his thang at the Factory last Science, Mr. Allen A. proved to be quite an exciting'
And than brooding night where he completely enthralled Mary Wilson with his evening for some 12 Performing
brooding. nothing is more depressing a Dworkis, president of the Miami
Taurian.ir' gltbeness and flamboyance?And,another problem(competitor ''Beach CulturalSociety.Mr. Arts Society members.We
t; really) BJ must face, Is that Flip Wlson Is returning to Los were Invited to sing for the
:
Paul La Pierre founder
GEMINI (May'' 21-Juno' 20) You're going to Dave ,
: Angeles next weet..Fl1p an amiable comic himself, is speedyand members of the Miami Beach
and director of the Perform-,
4'4 to slow your pace, Gem. You simply can't keep goingat has the zest for showing "an intended victim" a beautiful Cultural Society In the first
"d; your present rate. You',, been quite a "swinger" of tog Arts Society of Greater

p K late, and if you don't heed old Olga's advice you'll soon time."Black Star", an exciting book that'll probably producedfor Miami and myself engaged in of This their was yearly after concert a delightful series.
with
be all "unswung. Last two days will no doubt find a pace-making meeting
you
film by Jay Weston is on the anemic PR route. Speculationsare presentation of the ShayShan-
the and comptrollerof
: at low ebb. Forget the joy Juice. rampant about who'll play the leads, and other roles. WCKT-Channel manager television toneers, a group of sevenor

CANCER (June 21-July: 22): Rather docent week Babs McNair Is discussed as a possible,with either Raymond eight accordionists entertained =
station Mr. Ansen We
r ahead,- Moonchild., Indecisions seem.to.char; and -a' -st. Jacques or-Sammy Davis, as liercom -,mnttanlhubby. Sidney the possibilities ; us from the word go.
were discussing
searchlight seems turned on toward your future plans. And, I suppose that it's this kind of PR that will get the Intended of perhaps getting Normally, at the storks of

Pressures in area concerning partner shcken. Romanceis results, but this kind of casting is like asking Davis and St. sort of nine, too much like the Cin-
some through
warming in the wings, and waiting for right cue to take Jacques to portray Lester Maddox In a remake of "The Birthof the television exposure medium begin- derella story, everyone quietly -

U center stage. A Nation." Both Sam and Ray are excellent actors, but this ning with spot announcementsof steps out for the bedtime

+ LEO (July 23-August 22): Listen here Leo, your kind of extremity is ludicrous. And Babs, as the femme leadIs the forthcoming "1969 Fall hour. Not that night. With all
plans of late have'bee rather high and mighty. It's O.K. akin to her playing In the remake of "Three'Faces of Eve." Concert." the microphone problems and

,4 to aim high, but for Pete's sake, he realistic. Use your .In all respect to the above mentioned, Robin Hamilton must, With hardly any explanations delays in setting up the chairs,

tine mind to advantage by listening to advice of one be played by either Nancy Wilson, Abbey Lincoln or Nancy as to our motives and etc., it wasn't until 9:30 that

older and wiser who has your best interests at heart. Stick Wilson. Burt Lancaster could play Warren Weber,Socey Mitchell what we stood for as might we were given the scene.From
close of would be excellent as Jesse Nash,and the type for Caleb
to phone on last day week. have been the case, Mr. An- the moment Mr. La Pierre
Atwood, "The cruel gibot who ruled a television network likea
and lifted the first
VIRGO (August 23-September 22): Virg., have you private kingdom." Should be either Burl Ives or Edmond y- sen immediately reacted to stepped up
been fighting of late? Olga's bet is that our presence by consulting his finger, you could hear a pin
you Brien. .And that's the way it should be, to be commerically
in the
aisle. I've
much and drop never
haven't made progress. You are independent successful. producer community relations -

1 ? thinker and this is good, but In the last analysis, one must Mira Waters, the beautiful troubled girlfriend of Kyle John- direction, Mr. Wilson seen an audience captivatedlike :

t "adapt or die." Its the old law of survival. son's In Gordon Park's "The Learning Tree" has set out to Griffith. when this the one.audience Needless reacts to like say
+ 1 As know Mr. Griffithis
LIBRA (September 23-October 22): First four days make the public aware that she is not onlyan' actress, but a the you gentleman, see on the this 'one did we were most
week win find will songstress too. .Mira opened Monday night at the famed Be-
of ; you in high spirits. Energy soar. screen talking about the vari- stimulated and the chorus was
Your intuitive mind will be working overtime. Make verly Hills Ye Little Club" and was moved by the pladuits she ous local activities. It wasn't at it's best. Mr. Allen A:

moior decisions. Forget false humility. You're top notch received when she de-staged her singing debut. In attendancewere five minutes later we walked Dworkis, president of this pri-
> and you know it.SCORPIO her friends Lola Falana and Comic Johnny Brown of the vate organization in a
with not only a promiseof
'(October 23-November 21): On third "Leslie Uggams Show.". .Hollywood is contemplating doinga away, much publicity as such but burst of gratitude (the follow-

is day, my wild and wooley Scorp, you'll. surrounded with Martin Luther King Memorial film,with Ben Gazzara Joiningin with a studio committment to ing day) he was most impres:

love and aftection. Amor, amor will be, everywhere. Olga the list or readers..Jlonne Warwick reportedly has a staff film a. whole half-hour sequence sed and had never seen the
recommends of 25 in her New York office, and things are swinging, profit- likes of it.And the most
however, that you double-check to make of the music of "Fid pleasIng -
ably. .It's been a long time since a black songstress has regrouped
sure that it isn't the cut-rate variety. You are entering dler On The Roof which will thought connected with this
into a very vulnerable period of your life, as far as romance with the expediency and success that Dionne has. .Hel- be featured on a Florida Show situation is the fact that con-
lo, Bill Elloltt. .Hear Sharon Farrell refused a costarringrole
is concerned. Keep your wits. in 1970. That the sidering the effort involved in
with Jim Brown and Lee Van Cleef in "El C ond o r" because case early
SAGITTARIUS (Novmber 22-December 21): The of four nude scenes, and lost about $100,000 for her Performing Arts Society be making the participation pos-
secrets of the universe will deal of offered It's'' own television sible, we were amply rewarded -
a great
occupy your
principals, or purlan idealism. Bye!. rthur Prysockopening -
thinking in week ahead, Sag. The occult will draw you. at a "pecular ,club" last Monday night was reportedly a program on this famous of with shaking hands with all
Your intuition will be extremely keen. Trust it. Good time with his brothers Eckstine Redd Fox Dan NBC stations left Mr. La those wonderful senior citizens
groove Billy Billy
to enter into and Last Pierre with his mouth feeling the vibrations of
new exciting platonic relationship. iels and openednot
White to that is
Slappy coming hisaidif( ever necessary
three Use it for fun. to mention the of Joy, Joy from the very heart.
days, energy cycle high. weight
), but if the precedent of not n v I tin g the black press and
On this note I please
CAPRICORN (December 22-January 19): Let it all syndicated columnist Is not killed, may make it necessary for the responsibility of preparing may
Invite to be happy and
hang out in week ahead You've been the "club "ashes a filming of this nature.It you
Cap. keeping too ? to ashes"...sammy Davis Jr. has to be
above all love
will be done and with the one another.
much to yourslf. Bloom. Blossom. Blow your m'nd.: Last the greater cat going in the business. He can do Just about any ex-

day of week begins new high energy cycle. Flirt a little./ thing and get away with it -.. with women; and that's good. .

AQUARIUS (January 20-February 18): Dream, He has the unique ability to, Inspite of the circumstances, keep' ----
things mellow with the opposite sex. Lola Falana Is waiting "jacP7Me"nTs"STANLEY ----l
Aquarius. Romance is on the way. At last. And it may I
very possibly be of the lasting variety. Words of praise patiently, Peggy is happy, with her advancement, and now his

will come your way. Accept with grace, but don't let estrange wife and he are having dinnerat the Bistro. Whoa i 1& I
them get you all unstrung. By the way, Sammy's in Glendale Memorial Hospital.. .Time Boys Shop
marches on: Maria Cole and Gary Devore are honeymooning'in
PISCES (February 19-March 20): Keep your eyes ,New York. Glynn Turman is opening Nov.9 at Inner City in I THIS. IS OUR ONLY STORE I
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iiTtMYI : 1 t iy S lA .1'1 n' j Lead SIAC With 3-0 Record i I

TALLAHASSEE Florida 'In preparation for their next ball fundamentals because In addition, Gaither said
A&M University holds the lead game. This week is an open they are the key to successor every phase of the Rattler
:, in three categories of the date for the Rattlers (3-1)) but failure of any football team.'* game would get a good going
TIME" Southern Intercollegiate'Ath- they take to the road next poor in spots, our tackling over and he hopes by the
letic Conference according to weekend to tangle with the wasn't as good as it should've North Carolina AiT game the

,' f.v PHIL DIXON statistics released today. Aggies of North Carolina AiT been and we didn't run the passer Rattlers would be ready to play
i in the most important one, at Greensboro. and punter as hard as we football like they know how to.

- -_- ,,- .z.ro o-- I I the Rattlers are in the top spotin "We made some mistakesin should have. He was particularly disturbedby
the Division I conference the Tennessee State game "We're not letting up be- some of the mistakes his
Until last weekend, I thought there was good In the worst standings with a perfect 3-0 and we've got to get these cause we have two weeks to team made In their 33-20 loss

of us now I have doubts. To the fellows and few girls who record. They are 3-1 overall. things straightened out, Gai- prepare for the game. We'll to Tennessee State last Satur-
showed to the world that you can't act like human beings, The lead seems to be well pro- ther said. "Our blocking was be working hard on basic foot- day.
please accept my sympathies. Whether or not you realize, t e c ted as the second place
you have stopped transportation to night games, you've stopped team-Alabama A&Mhas ,,
night games at certain stadiums,* and you have shown how a 2-2 slate.Halfback.

foolish you are. Hubert Ginn holds
lobe fooled or foolish is one thing that can happen to any of the overall conference leadin
us;; but to remain a fool is stupid.Therefore, you stupid fools scoring with eight touch- "
that have disrupted the entire high school football scheduleIn downs for 48 points. Closestman

Dade County, everybody love you as much as they love a to him is Fort Valley.
t 1, toothache. Also, in these days and times they want and need State's Lowe with 40.

Just about as much. Rattler punter Dewitt An-
From information Pve gotten, most of you that have caused, derson has moved into the leadin
created or supported these "fun sessions" are drop-outs I that department with a 40.6
have a few suggestions for you people, get back in school and
t? average, almost three yards
learn what it's all about, stop and think what you are doing to better than his closet rival.
q the thousands that Just want to enjoy the games and the activi-
: ; ties, communicate, what do you want to make out of your life The Rattlers also placed in
and yourself. If you want help, Pmalways available to try and the top 10 in several other
help you reach a worthwhile goal and I know quite a few men categories. They are eighth in x
and women In all walks of life thatare willing able and readyto rushing offense with a 138.8
per game average fifth in.rushlngdefenseallowlng
help you. ; j .
The-weekend also brought-to-light,. that our local football. the. : d
teams aren't as bad as their records show.The University of opposition 108.5 yards per ___
Miami got tired and the Dolphins' tried to play a different game; second in passing offense -.

game. ,To the former I offer my congrats on a great effort; behind BethuneCook- ,yr
to the latter, I ask a question of the coach why? man, racking up 182.2 yards
To the Florida A&M fans, I owe apology. I had you play- per game through the air and
s Ing North CarolinaA&T last week,when the game is this week. eighth in passing defense, giv- t
I still pick A&M to win this week. I haven't been able to talk ing up 151.5 yards per contest.

to Jake :personally about the game at A&I,but from the press individuals placing in --'-_ -- .....,._ -" .. -. ".s -..
release I he than little with his Other
gather was more a displeased
treatment. Personally, I thought home town officiating was the top 10 are Glen Edwards, There was plenty of excitement I at Variety Children's Hospital when

c 3 gone with the wind; but then too, It could be a ting between seventh 10th in rushing in lass at receiving 4.8 and Glnn with, Eugene "Mercury" Morris, ace'Dolphin speedster visited the football fans in

Jake and im. My only complaint is that If it was or is a per- the teenage unit.
13 catches for 174 yards.
sonal thing, why involve the fine teams of both universities? He is shown with Kermit Richards (center) from Nassau, Bahamas and
If it's not a personal thing why not lay ground rules before Rattler Coach Jake Gaither Arvin Reimerof Miami."Mercury"thrilled.
1 the game and agree on officials; because, both schools have
\ said his team couldn't rest on
the kids and staff when he them the
I too much to lose to let foolishness stop a tradition.The their laurels and he has them nursing promised
4 Scoreboard withstood a tremendous beating, but think hard at work on fundamentals Dolphins would win on Sunday against the Buffalo Bills-arid they did!IIr !

It will survive. The record to date: High school, 54-13, (.806);

colleges, 23-10, (C..728); professionals, 63-28, (C. 692)). This
weeks games I see: Chartered Bus Foi r
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HIGH SCHOOLS Oil Companies Pledge IncreaseIn
Ft.YaIIeySavannahGame
: Coral Gables over North Miami Closer than the Cavs think..
f Hialeah over Carol City -' Only If the Thoroughbreds stop
"Here'' and "Mite". Minority-Owned Stationsward

Jackson over Central Poor, poor Rockets.
Killian over South Dade The Rebels have to pay for last The Fort Valley Wildcats Eighteen am pleased that the oil Pointing out that the industry
week. have stormed to a 23-21 vic- jor have volunteered level of 5.5 percent mi-
Edison over Norland The Raiders run and run. tory over AlabamaStatea2114 pledged the door of opportunity nority participation is nearly
Miami Springs' over Southwest The Hawks fly higher than the rally over Clark, a 106-6 for our ambitious citi double the national average,
Eagles.. massacre over Knoxvllle College number ." he said. the Secretary said:
Key West over Miami High The Stings start another losing a 21-0 victory over Miles ,service
streak. College (Birmingham) and a five years of the companies "The goal parity for these

Columbus over Chamlnade Should be easy. 61-14 triumph over LaneCol- merce have such programs companies should result in a
Northwestern over Curley Too much beef. lege (Tenn.) nounced and the pledges of total of more than 28,000 minority -
A bus has been charted by The support should ac- operated stations as
COLLEGES the local FVSC Alumni As- sponse to this desirable objec- against 11,5000 at the present

Florida,A&M over North Carolina AiT The Rattlers seek sociation to accomodate per- quest that he added. time.
sons,from the Greater Miami
revenge.. every "The acceptance of this goal
Florida State over VP Easy. area who'wish to attend the record of the pe- by the petroleum
industry assures -
Florida.,over Georgia -.The Gators are still looking forward homecoming game Saturday, period. Industry In Integrat ambitious citizens an
to a bowl. Nov. 8.For "This minorities Into Its dealer
to receive industry
opportunity -
Mlaml.ver. Navy The Middies get sunkby a terrible Hurl- bus reservations, the per is significantly better training financing
start-up -
cane. please call Oscar Jessie,444- the average for minority
NFL 3132, Mrs. W. J. Matthews, population of all business In and continuing management -
Detroit over Atlanta and operating assistance -
PROFESSIONALS 443-6801 or George Koonce, ow De rs Nation, based upon a sur-
Baltimore with the ultimate ob-
over Green bay
AFL 2842952.Census. said. made OMBE "he
by com-
Chicago over Pittsburgh'Wam jective of becomeing independent -
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over The
Boston .
Dallas over New Orleans owners."
New York over Buffalo a t
Los Angeles over San Francisco
CountdownCensus
Houston over CincinnatiOakland 28,000
over Denver Washington over Philadelphia stations NO BIGGER BURGER
St. Louis over New York ,
Kansas City over San Diego Day will be April 1. at a '
Minnesota over Cleveland 1970. Until then Census sentatives ANYWHERE
Countdown will information companies Doyt"I 136489"I." \\\1\\\!,11\II\ 'I\1\:\\\ ',
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Sport of week: Judge Harold Braynon- next time I see bring you \ I \\ \IiI!, \ !\ \
from and about the of \
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Congrats, your honor, on a well deserved honor. ",\\ :,,
Chumps of the week: The fools that caused the disruption ofa Census. program i II" I! !\,
very complicated football schedule. The Census Bureau reported portunity if6I
638 thousand black Ameri- ty "
One last quick note, I wish to compliment Ed "Pop" parnellon cans out of work in 1967.This \\\\\I\\'\! '\I\II'\\\\\\\\II\il'\ '\\\\\\\ \;
the Job he and his staff did of quickly re-arranging the football -, included more than 101 thousand 'Any 1 \\!lil\ ',." ,\Iii\II III III II\\
schedule after the foolishness last week. married men. Comparedwith yaw I I"! ,! 1111 d..mlliil\III\\p\;\\

white workers, we are n \I,\!\!' ,:\I\\\ill\II\\\ \ 11 111 ,
At the games this week, rll be looking forward to seeing twice as likely to be out of 4\ \\' .,,',\' ,' "
all of the good sports and none of the stupid fools. work. Our total unemploymentrate '1\Ii',\ '/\II U ",,,1'1 I
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MODERN DAY In the \" I II ...
Flowers by ghetto areas problemis "Your N ,:' ,
'* : much worse, with one out of -
3JWo Spoclollio In all Typ. Of Floral Designs every three available black A* near ,"',III"duuuu! n
J workers either U.
< unemployed or
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WE POUND OF PURE LEAN BEEF -
,.f, WadMlngt -Funoralt Partial Bar Mitzvahs seriously underemployed;that 6105 ,
soul
V&, Decorator of Homo Planters Is, working for substandardpay Chat. sauce UQ

$T: Give a Fine Bouquet from MODERHDAY or,working only part-time. A 'fJ 4

.I tt I DAY:693-397I/' NIGHT 154. tlI8 Black teenage unemploymentIs
almost three times '
as highas
; $/:; 275 HORTHSIDE PLAZA white. And the unemployment 1'Z7'a .

'>,}' NORTHSIDE SHOPPING CENTER rate for black men and -,

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TIMES, Friday, November 7, 1969 31


Mt. Zion Baptist Church Honors Deacon Moses Perry And Family


Deacon Moses Perry and

family, former Miamians now
residing in Uganda,East Africa
were honored by the Mount

Zion Baptist Church familyon ,
Saturday evening, Oct. 25 ..1 + kk I'i "'

in the ,Alhambra room of the '. ,ty : .y,
Seville Hotel, Miami Beach.

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Many civic, fraternal and '
1 d i/ i }
religious dignitaries were ta+ 1yYy rf 1 w ,
S w
present along with many well- a '

wishing friends.

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The evening's program was ,, .
filled with enthralling musical .,, '
selections entwined with ''P. .

greetings and salutations ten

dered by such persons as Mr. \ /J
Thomas Turner, Mrs. Lillie

Doles, Mrs. Barbara Demps,
Mr. Ben Huff and Mr. Russell ,
Rimer, YMCA executive. Music
for the evening was fur- t 4 ....,"
+ nished the minister of q 9
by music ,
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Linton Berrien.Deacon and ,''';:';'' ;:'j'':;; I
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Mrs. Perry were resplendently 4 : rR

garbed in the native dressof L
East Africa.
p t'r

Mrs. Perry brought greeting
fromthe women of Africa,

Deacon T. S. Greer,Jr.,long ,

time friend and associate' Fourth Annual Women's At CHRISTIAN
\ Day
the Perrys formally Introduced FELLOWSHIP

Deacon Perry who achieveda ', Rev. P.S. Brown, pastor
unity of time and place as he 'H'i Drake Memorial, Baptist ChurchThe M.L. 'Nixon, reporterThe
spoke of the close relation
ship, in ways heretofore unimaginable V' r Women of Drake Me- I" Calendar Rally from
between black morial invite you to attend January through August has

America and the dark continent their Fourth Annual Women's ae a made the following progress
which is In 'reality no Day. The theme for the day Is, report: January and February,
longer "dark." R "Christian Women, Meetingthe sister Constance Sandilands,
I IPy
Challenge Today's captain $140.00, March and
Presentation of a plaque was World." April, sister Illinois Jordan,
made by the Deacon's Board. Miss 0. Florene Jones, our captain $333.50, MayandJune,
morning speaker is grand sister Mary Lou Nixon, cap-
Dr. Edward T. Graham JrS worthy matron of the Eastern tain $589.55, July and August,
highlighted the evening by using Star Modern Free'and accepted sister Ada Farmer captain,

the medium of a backwardand ,'." masons of the world also $324.35. Sunday, Nov. 9th is
a forward glance into the "," Administrative Assistant to the date for September and October -
lives of this young family. the Supreme Grand Master of report.

Truly, those present were all 1 the Masons. You are invited toattendthtr,
one in accord in acclaiming Our evening speaker is City anniversary of the Choral En-
this a family of great note and ''of' Miami 'Commissioner A. semble Sunday at 3:30 p.m. A
one that our church and the city Range. These women will worthwhile program has been
of Miami can well be proud. % bring to your hearingourtheme planned for your intertain-
for this year. W. Dunn will feature many talented ment. Sister Ada Farmer is
Unable to be with their par- The ministry of music under and spiritual singers still in the hospital at North
ents because of school four the capable direction of with sermons in songs. Side General. Visit and'pray

children, Moses,Jr., Mozella, our minister of music, Mrs.J. The general chairmen,Mrs. for her and all the ill members
Katherine and Shirley shared Ida Clements and Mrs. Effie and friends.
the evening with their parentsvia Williams are asking all mem-
thought and telegram. CHRISTIAN SCIENCE bers to please see the chair- BIBLE CHURCH

"Adam and Fallen Man" is men of finance, Mrs. Alice
Spearheading this honor was Bishop E. E. Rahming, pastor
the title of the Christian Knowles and Mrs. Evelyn
i it
Alexander Brooks a Shirley Cooper, reporterWe
Mrs.
,
Science lesson-sermon to be Smith and take care of your
member of the business and would like tothankthosewho
'P read in the denomination's obligations. Please plan to attend -
professional ''women's circleof came out to be with us on
the church. -i churches next Sunday. both services on Sunday. Sunday.

Fifth Church Christ, Sunday is Missionaries Day,
Scientist, 1600 NW 54th St., GREATER BETHLEHEM we Invite you to come out, we

COMMUNITY BAPTIST ALLEN CHAPELRev. BEREA BAPTISTRev. welcomes all to attend these Rev. C.H. Smith, pastor will have our service at 3 p.m.
services. On Monday after the second
Mary Hopkins reporter
,
F. D. Wright,pastor J. Toles,pastor "Overcoming Fear of DIs- Sunday we are having a weekof
West Hollywood, Florida will celebrate their ability" is the subject of the
The men
Laura Jones reporterRed there ,will be
Usher Board No. 1 and 2 request prayer,
Rev. B. L., Mack, pastor 5th Men's Day this Sunday. radio program over station
Letter Day! The trus- your presence at a Fall preaching and praying.Please
Robbie Dalley, reporter tees wish to make Nov. 9, a Monday through Friday will WMBM at 1:45 p.m. Sunday. tea." Sunday Nov. 9th, at the come out and be with us. '
The pastor is asking the entire -
,great'finale for the year. All; be sponsored by the captains. home of Mrs., Mattie Nixon
church to go with him to
members who did not fulfill 1[ Sunday morning the guest
5640 NW ,,5th St. Time from MT..CALVARYRev.
St. Stevens 'A ME Church in CORINTH
will be
speaker Rev. F. L.
their women's day obligationsare ; to 6 p.m Mother JessieSmith
Carol City, Rev. Charles of Browns- S. Atchison pastor
Johnson pastor ,
asked to do so on this day Rev. M.L. Paschal, pastor speaker.The .
Henry, pistor'on Sunday at 3 In addition, those who made,, ville Baptist Church. 'Geneva'Paschal,reporter pastor urges all officers Phyllis Beal, reporterThe
p.m. pledges for this day are ask- Sunday at 3 p.m. the Rev.c. ushers, choirs and Pastor's Aid Board will
,Selling at the church every ed to submit their reports. Reaves, assistant pastor of There will be a, barbarcuesale members, : to visit the Berea, meet at the home of Sis. Red-
Friday and Saturday night. at 7:30 at the home of Sis. Ector wine at 8 1514
Special thanks isgiven to i I Browns Chapel.Sunday Baptist Church Sunday night Thursday p.m.,
the two fine women who head. p.m. the Rev.C.H.Smith,pastor 7461 NW 19th Ave. Saturday Nov. 9th to render service to 2nd Avenue
NEW PROVIDENCERev. ed our women's day effort for of Greater Bethlehem Baptist -' from 11 a.m. until help them celebrate Men's Day There will be a battle of
this year. Church will be the guest The Church will celebrate Rev. Role, pastor Songs this Friday at Mt. Car'

C.J. Burney,pastor Nov. 10 has been declared speaker. their Pastor's IstAnnivers- Parents help us help your mel Baptist Church between
Arsula Edwards,reporter Rev., F. D. Wright Day. Members Everyone is invited to come ary, the 5th Sunday in Novem- children by sending them to Choir No. 1 and the Atchison
The Sunlight Pallbearers have set aside this day out and witness this great af ber.Rev. Sunday school, and junior special choir. Please give us
Charity Society No. 137 will to show their greatest appreciation fair.Deacon Sanders and congregation choir rehearsal.Let our support.
celebrate their anniversary to a man for a Job well Otis Vance, chair- of Sweet Field,Baptist us pray for the sickand

Sunday, Nov. 9 at 2:30 p.m. done.CONGRATULATIONS. man and Deacon Robert Young Church will render service shut-in. Our sickareSis Ross, CENSUS
Invited Sr., is cochairman.MT. here Nov. 26 In behalf of the
Everyone is cordially 714 N.W. 1st Ct. and Sis. L.
participate.. Refreshmentswill pastor's anniversary. Bridges, Christian Hospital. COUNTDOWNCensus

be served. Consecrationhour ,. SINAI BAPTIST STAR OF BETHLEHEM
of prayer is held here at Williams Day will ,be April
Willie Mae ,
Mrs.
5 a.m. each Sunday. You reNEW a member of Greater New Macedonia Rev.. Cleo Albur_y, Jr., pastorB. EBENEZERRev. BAPTIST CHURCH, 1, 1970. Until then, :Census
Ito attend. Baptist Church was Boney, reporterIt's Countdown will bring 'you information
awarded a plaque from the Wo A. D. Hall, pastorE. Rev. I.W. Hepburn, pastorOn from and about the

NEW HOPE men's department of the Youth time Sunday ., Ingram, reporterThe Bueau of the Census, ''U, S.
church for her outstanding morning, 11 a.m.worship r- women are working Sunday afternoon at 5:30 Department of Commerce.
Rev. H. C. Samuels, pastor services during their Sixth vices., hard toward the observanceof p.m. the Star of Bethlehem According Census Bureau

Patricia Gowen, reporter Annual Women's Day. She is Our special guest will be their annual Women's Day. Church will sponsor a pro- statistics, about 38 percent of
Thursday, Nov. 6, confer- the and directress members of The Jolly Friends Toward the financial effort gram called the Beautiful Cup America's black families own
ence will be, held at 8 p.m., choir palnst 1 male hours,and the Social and Civic Club. another project to be realized tea. There will be first, or are buying their homes.
all reports are due at this youth choir, and she is also All 'members of the Youth In the dinner after the second, and third prizes for However, much of the housing

time. president of,the Young Women Department are asked to help morning service, Sunday, do- the three most beautiful cup occupied by blacks'is'sub-
CD Wednesday night Rev. Society. She is a very ardent the 1970 membership regis- nation $1.50. The public is invited and saucer set. D.I.G. Pratt standard.. Three of every ten
0. L. Nickerson and congregation church worker. The church Is tration all day Sunday. will be the guest speaker. dwellings occupied by black
will worship with us at located 3165 NW, 56th St. and The ushers', chorus will be On Tuesday night the Golden There will be many more families are dilapidated or
8 p.m. This program is inbe- Rev.. Roscoe Jackson is In charge of, inspiration Sun- Glee will be in charge of class items on the program,and also lack hot water, toilet, tub, or

half of the pastor'sApprecia-,. pastor day night. meeting. Refreshments. shower..xewinxi .
tion program. "

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32 THE MIAMI TIMES Friday, November 7, 1969
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F .Schools -Observe American Educatio. Week I I IIt


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will be back to school for thousands of parents and civic BROWNSVILLE JUNIOR HIGH will present a special assembly RIVER ELEMENTARY students will present a special pro- I
leaders as Dade observes American Education Week here Nov. program in the school auditorium Thursday, Nov. 13 gram in the school cafetorium Thursday,November 13at 7:30
fair will also be held during the house celebration
9-15. at 7:30 p.m. A display of student work will be exhibited in the p.m. A book open -
They'll be open houses In ,most of the county's elementary school library during the open bouse event. in the school library
schools Monday Nov. 10. Open houses will also be held In North Central istrict, AEW chairman Mrs. Dorothy Wil- At HOLMES ELEMENTARY, the involvement of the entire

many of Dade's secondary schools on Thursday, Nov. 13. son, urges parents to visit the schools in their neighborhoods.The community in the school program will be stressed during
Traditionally, the week is set aside annually the time for main purpose of the weeklong observance is to Increase special activities Thursday, November 13 from 10a.m. 2:30

schools to report to their owners- the public. public understanding and appreciation of their schools," she p.m.MADISON
"During the week schools throughout the county will focus stressed. JUNIOR HIGH will present special musical and

attention on some of the ways we are striving locally toward School board chairman Holmes Braddock will be guest of dramatic productions during assemblies Wednesday and
better education for all," said Dr. E. L. Whigham, Dade's honor at a special AEW celebration for Sunday. Nov. 9 at Thursday, Nov. 12 and 13. Displays of students work will be
School Superintendent.This Liberty City Elementary at 4 p.m. Father Kenneth Major exhibited in neighborhood stores throughout the week.
year's theme is "Better Education your Job!" Mrs. Estelle Williams, and Mr. Lester Albert will take partin MORNINGSIDE ELEMENTARY will play host to parents:
Especially featured during 1969 festivities will be National morning AEW presentations on the school public address Wednesday and Thursday, Nov. 12 and 13.
Teacher of the Year, Miss Barbara Coleman of Miami Jack- system.A In the Northwest District, BUNCHE PARK ELEMENTARY

son Senior High School. special banquet honoring outstnding parents, pupils and will honor parents during daylong activities Wednesday, Nov.
I Miss Goleman, selected by Look magazine for the honor, educators Sunday, November 9 at 3:30 p.m. will kick off the 12. An "outstanding parent award" will be presented at a
will be the subject of a 13-minute color film which will bet weeklong event at ORCHARD VILLA ELEMENTARY. Special special assembly featuring a special film and forum. Alumni
shown on television stations across the nation during American morning AEW presentations featuring community leaders will be honored by NORTH DADE JUNIOR HIGH at a special

Education Week. Locally the film, produced by the Dade will also take place throughout the week. Alumni Assembly Friday, November 14.
County School Department of Public Information, in cooperation Primary "A" and "C" will play host to parents at a spec- In the Southwest District, FRANKC. MARTIN ELEMENTARY -
it, with the State Department of Education, will be seen on ial career opportunity program at Primary "C" Thursday, will play host at a parent and pupil luncheon in the
v* WLBW, Channel 10,Saturday,Nov l5 from 12:15 P.m. 12:30 Nov. 13 at 7 p.m. A continuous presentation of film and slides school cafeteria Wednesday, Nov. 12. On Friday,November 14
\' p.m. showing pupil involvement In the total program will also be an AFRO-American day featuring exhibits and displays of con-
c :' "Dade Countians will have the opportunity to see for them featured. tributions of black Americans to education will be featured.

1,; selves when they visit their neighborhood schools,thatDade's Demonstrations of school activities will be presented by RICHMOND HEIGHTS JUNIOR HIGH will highlight AEW
:'r teachers are tops," said Dr. Whigham. MIAMI NORTHWESTERN students !in the school auditorium Thursday, November 13 with a wood working and small engine
., Flashing the message to"visit your schools" across Thursday, November 13, 7:30 p.m. exhibit in the front lobby of the school. A special band and
r Greater Miami skies during the weeklong celebration will be SHADOWLAWN ELEMENTARY will play host to parents at choral presentation will be held in the school auditorium

r the Goodyear blimp. lunch .!throughout! weeklong..observance..WEST_LITTLE from 1:153:15-- p.m....
-Thousands of adults-will-attend-art shows'Dlavs-demon. --
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tl' hear community speakers and see school work. :::: AtvU<<:AN EnX'.4h.. ::= American Education Week Orchard Villa I
t: In the South Central district, AEW chairman Dr. Glenn : I

Thomas calls parents attention to the many school Improve- ::::::0: fi '{ At Carver Jr. High Elementary SchoolThe
,
I I' meat that have beenmade, changes in curriculum,new teach- .. ,.
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ing methods, and all the other factors which show how Dade .:.: .' .:-oN ::'r Carver,Joins schools all over; book fair time at Carver and American Education
provides the best possible education for its youngsters. ;.; CD v ;.:.;,, the country in observance of I(everyone was welcomed to the Week committee at Orchard

DOUGLAS ELEMENTARY students will present an origi- Education week, Nov. 10-14. land of enrichment with books Villa Is planning a week of festivities
nal skit featuring creative dances based on dance character- American Education The theme: "Better Educa- and more books. Book fair during Nov. 9 15.-
istics of the major racial culture at a special program in the tion Your Job Visit Your time meant books for every -
school cafeteria Wednesday November 12 from 1:30 3:30 Week At Schools," Is being carried out member of the family. The Sunday at 3:30 p.m. there
p.m. A clothesline display of students work will also be featured by participation in the follow- selection of books were spark- will be open house and a ban-

at this AEW celebration. R.R. MotonR. ing activities: Monday, stu- led with a wide variety of quet honoring some of the out
Dramatic and musical presentations are on tap at many of dent assembly, 2 p.m.; Tues- paperbacks for Individual standing parents,pupils and
the community's schools during the weeklong event. R. Moton is planning a day no school; Wednesday, taste, Interest and ability educators of our community.
t ,; A play by FLORAL HEIGHTS ELEMENTARY third graders special observance of American parent student luncheon, Students were able to discover Mr, Earl A. Wells will be our

will be presented to parents in the school cafeteria Friday, Education Week. The 11:301 p.m.tour school); good books for leisurely and guest speaker.There .
November 14 at 9 a.m. Also on display !in the cafeteria theme for the week Better Thursday open house, 8 p.m.; supplementary reading.
throughout the week will be student reports historical highlights Education Your Job., and Friday the students speak.G. This year's fair will live in will be a speaker each
of Negro EDUCATION IN America. the memory of students and morning to enlighten the
', w ALLAPATTAH ELEMENTARY will present special musical Sunday, Nov. 9, open house. W. Carver Jr. High's library teachers Carver can truthfully faculty and the student bodyon
)j JJ:; and dramatic production in the school cafetorium Monday, The speaker Williams will be Mrs. Es- was truly a land of fan- say, "we shared the won- various educational topics
to! November 12 at 7:30 p.m. A student art exhibition will be on telle ; Monday'sspeaker tasy and enrichment: It was derful world of books." throughout the week.
Mr.Walter L. Frier- J
display throughout the week.
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dramatic play in the school cafeteria Monday, November day's Mrs. Rosetta speaker Vickers, Mrs.; Thurs-Nettie Florida Memorial Choir s

10 at both 9:45 a.m. and 2 p.m. On Wednesday November 12, Dove Friday's speaker, Mr. Highlights | I
a book fair will be held in the school library.A ;
dramatic presentation "The Greatest American" will be Allen Orr. rf j1 Drew Observance i

presented at West Dunbar November
Elementary Wednesday You are Invited to attend
12 at 7:30 p.m. in the school cafeteria. each program. Sunday's open A concert by Florida Memorial Dade County's Theme for speak on "Learning is What's

Booker T. Washington Junior High will play host to parentsat house Is 3:30: p.m.,the other College Choir high- the week is: "Better Educa- Happening."
a mini-lunch in the school cafeteria Thursday, November programs are 9 a.m.daily except lights American Education tion Your Job Visit your Friday is color day and so-
; 13. Tours of the new vocational shop areas will be featured Tuesday. Week celebrationatDrewEle- schools.. Drew's American cial action takes over. There
School 'next will be a skit in v 0 I v Ing stu-
mentary Monday, Education Wee Committee
during AEW, and a display of student work will be exhibited
throughout the week In the Economy Drug Store. This is American Educa- November 10. Kickoff for the adopted a sub-theme: "Edu- dents in Headstart through
tion Week and C. Colton hasa week, which runs November 9 cation is Your Thing God sixth grade. Boy and Girl
At KELSEY L. PHARR ELEMENTARY a special panel din. very nice quote for the occasion through 15, will be the visiting Where the Action Is." Scouts and the student band
cusslon between parents and teachers "Problems Our : "Every person has of churches in the Liberty City The "Action", is spiritual'on will perform and inform stu-
School and Our Neighborhood" will be presented during open two educations: one which he area by faculty and studentson Sunday and musical on Mon- dents of after-school social
house activities Monday, November 10 at 7:30: p.m.
receives from others and
; one Sunday, November 9. day. Tuesday is a holiday but activities.
Special speakers from the community will be featured at a more important, which he Wednesday the action is com-
special AEW assembly at Bethune Elementary Friday,Nov. 14 gives himself." Better educa- The Florida Memorial Col- munity action there will bea BTW Again Observe
at 9 a.m. in the school cafetorium. tion is your Job!
lege Choir concert will be held panel group of Liberty City
in the school patioat 8:45a.m. Community Workers from American Education

"Mi'H w.-.V'I'.v."'N.'Y.'N... I'........"..Y..N'I..i".v..y.3'>1''N'' '''"{"'.N.,.-.. ..................,......,....,,.YA.O',...:.......................,....................................................,..................................................................N..v.....,......',,........,..,.,;..."'.');.".'.'.'..i', Monday. The choir will be many walks of life discussing
I I |' ': Joined in concert by the Dade "Education is the Thing. Week
School
High New RelevantA i
History .. Junior College Band and Drew Thursday, Nov. 13, learningis Booker T. Washington Jr.

new high school history fourths of the book draws upon ., Elementary School Choral the action. A former Drew High School for the 22 year,
book written from easily understood by high Group. student Gloria Page, will
largely re- the vast amount of recent research school students. will Joinin the national observance -
cently uncovered originalsource and writing in the field.: "Decision Making" exercises of American Education
material never before New material is being located Week by displaying colorful
are interspersed North Dade
included in school textbooks and verified in history Just as throughout the text.;After giving ; Jr. High, Observes posters and slogans com-
has won statewide adoption In it is in the physical sciences. the student memorating the event. Class-
a thorough un-
a- Texas, This unusual book utilizes of the American Education Week rooms will be bright with pu-
derstanding topic they
"America: A Modern His- these recent scholarly findings pil projects and daily class
committee of the
The
offer him the chance to makeup officers by Mrs. M. Green.
tory of the United States" with discussions that will
Integrated the text emphasize -
his own mind as whether American Education week observance On Wednesday' students
places emphasis upon the are first source materials the national theme: "Better -
will have made its
or not the decision made was will wear their school colors.
American people and historical such as excerpts from letters Education Your Job."
;
conscientious efforts known
the best one. Such problemsas The Student Council will
'processes in order to diaries articles pre- The highlights of the week
newspaper
as students experience what
emancipation, prohibition, sent
a play. The theme for
make history more Interestingand and government documents of will be daily house for
theatomlc bomb,the Montgomery may appear to be an Invasionof Thursday is "Un1tied Effortsof open ,
relevant to faced :
problems the various periods." parents and interested citizens
bus boycott, and the civil "Better EducationYourJob Interested Parents Contri- -
today.
** rights movement confront the ," through the executionof bute Educa- ; conducted daily tours of
Better
The 864-page text, published New in both contents and Through the
well new shop areas an assembly
in ; -
student in these sections. a planned program, "
tion.
The PTA has planneda
by the D.C.Health divisionof techniques, the D.C.Heath text carrying but this theme. The program by 7th grade
Raytheon Education Company in to students The central themes of the schoolwide open house from
designed help week's activities will include students on Friday, Nov. 14,
Lexington, Mass., was assess their heritage by chal- text focus on the melding of the dally activities to carry out 7:30-7:55p.m.: and a special conference for
written by Dr. Frank Frei- lenging them to review significant numerous groups of people, related themes. During the week'sactlv1t1es parents: and guardians of all
; Cel, professor ofAmerican decisions 'of the their customs and different there will be special devotions 8th
I, past, mores On Sunday, the theme is: graders at 7:30 p.m.
history at Harvard University analyze the consequences of ways of life, into a single "The Churches Respond to a schoolwide_ bulletin Thursday. Nov. 13.
1 nd Henry N.Drewry,director ,these decisions, or, through American society.The development Community Need Through voara aispiays ana several The entire community is invited
'f teacher preparation and role make their of anA me rican other activities. The chair-
playing, own government Better Education." Various to witness and share in
: placement and history professor decisions. The authors have and civilization is groups will worship In the man of this observance is Mrs. these events You are urgedto

'; .;, at Princeton University. presented the material in such treated with specific attentionto churches in the area.On Mon- Kaye Reed. come and see for yourselfthe

t,6 I 'Both authors are members of a way as to encourage analytical the roles of women and children day the, Future Teachers of good things going on at
; me American Historical As- skills by students throughthe as well as men.The rolesof America, will present a program B.T.W.
4 j sociation's committee on the use of evidence, frames of minorities andnatlonal to carry out the theme: 'Mr. Joseph H. Anderson is
; teaching,history. reference, and hypotheses.The groups are woven into the "The Schools Answer the AMERlCANG) the principal. For information
a ; 'Drr; freidel, who wrote the level of Ideas is challenging fabric of"America" recall Challenge Through Better } concerning the events,
: largest part of' the narrative, as it presents concepts of the nation's development as it Education.. The program will please call Mrs. Mayme E.

e I': I comments, "nearly. ,threeft basic Importance in language was lived. climax with the installation of Williams at 377-2536.

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THE MIAMI TIMES, Friday, November 7, 1969 33
"" FLORIDA PTA _..._ .. ..........__.._.___.. .................._.. ......." .., ..........__.......A
CONGRESS TO MEET I IN
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J. CLEARWATER
;,: I I The 46th Annual Convention -
of the Florida Congressof
Parents and Teachers will
be held November 18-20, in
Clearwater.
sccualryr1MU111MMi1011A Highlights of interest to be
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discussed by the delegates will @z w a
be the proposed revision of the

continuing concerns and the IR't: WVi
t'lvlarn six proposed priority items,
1969-70 which have served as
nwnts.rn ra autnutaM a basis of informational study ,,\'J; .i( .'

111 for the 1,095 local units In '>':,,"' ':.),;.',' \: *' lilt""..' ':.... \,'" ,y""
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,I,I. :I:, Florida. >W: ":,"'tj.""''!",'.'"('ffJi, c,1,, ".' .tI'h\,t!. ,
The continuing concerns I' :
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constitute the :
long range on- ',' :
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SOCIAL SECURITYThe going objects and purposes of } 'i't W ;i.f,' hp
the Florida Congress statedin / :: \ : \t.t:: ,"

year 1969 is rapidly suggested that you carefully broad terms which continue ,' ,.,. .. 1\.. q" ,
drawing to a close and the new check all of your Income and across administrations. The F' :;.,':' <' ," L

year will soon be upon us.Also expenses items, file your returns priority items consist of those
upon us will be installment accurately and on time, items which need special emphasis -
payments to be made on our and in that way you will be sure for a short period of $1)tt

Christmas bills, new year resolutions -' of receiving your proper social time. .
to be observed (.
or security credits. .1;,
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broken and income tax reportsto Mr. Wofford also said that DUNBAR ELEMENTARY PLAQUE UNVEILED A bronze plaque honoring the memory of Mercy'Hospital's 1<"
be prepared.Mr. some people fail to show their SCHOOL NEWS
Charles E. Wofford, social security numbers on nationally known dietitian Sister Helen Marie Pellicer, S.S.J. was

manger of the Model City So- their tax returns or sometimes American Education week, unveiled recently at thehospital.Participating in the ceremonies were: left

cial Security office, suggeststhat the wrong social security which begins Sunday, Nov. 9, to right, Mrs. Helen C. Pellicer, St. Augustine, Sister Helen Marie's mother;
now is not to early to number is whose theme is "Better Education Mrs.
shown. This can Gladys Jackson, 2430 NW 152nd Street and Henry WJ.Uiams--230fJorida_
start thinking about these tax cause a delay in_giving,yOIL Your Job _will be a Avenue .twcrof--the
hospital's WhO had
employees worked
with
Sister Helen
whichwill
returns."Tuformswhichproperly are your Be sure that you carefully i planned event Marie
filed and correctly enter your social security involve the whole com-
completed help both you and number correctly and in all munity, parents, pupils and

the social security office.This spaces provided on your report teachers. Survey Finds Hope That.
is especially true for the self- form. Each morning a segmentwill .

employed person. Wofford, The Miami (Model City) be presented as an out-
said that the slf-employed in- social security office is located door exercise, weather per- RACIAL CONFRONTATION IS EBBINGNEW
dicidual gets social security at 5225 N.W. 12th Ave. mitting.
credits based on the net profit Students will write unique
in the grandway building. The invitations YORK -A noted author One conclusion reached by down the white man, but they
from his business. A net pro office is open Monday through informing their after a coast-to-coast the author was that, outsideof look on the future with more
fit of $400 or more can get parents of the vents for the
Friday from 8:30 a.m. until week. survey on the "Mood of the deadend ghettos, hope. They do, after all, see
you four quarters of credit for 4:30 p.m. and from 8:30 a.m. America," this week held out "blacks are more zestful and some upward movement in
1969. No tax return, or a net until 7:30: p.m. on Thursday On Monday night at 6:30 in the of
the hope that the peak racial optimistic than whites. They their race, and they delight in
profit of less than $400 will for those who schools' cafetorium, we
evening cannot
confrontation has passed. may complain, grouse about the new brotherhood,dignity
result in no s o cia 1 security come during the regular will have" our "back to school Fletcher Knebel, writing in whitey and cheer those bearded and soul-sharing of the
night. This presentation will
for WoffordJJ
credits 1969. Mr.
hours. be centered around vital. issues the .current issue of Look warriors who want to gun blacks."
---- -
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magazine, said he "sensed a
of today with parents
1 :
teachers and pupils partici- feeling perhaps hope is a "." .1.,-')".
Your Dog better word that the peakof ...{.
pating. Parents will after ; "
racial confrontation has
jCLADCEN
wards, go to individual classrooms :
passed and that perhaps things .
where will be
they
And YouBY will not after all get worse I''
treated with an actual learn- I'7,1' NCRRIS)
before they get better.."

[ VINCE COOPERMr. ing experience,! bne reason (or his feeling, ,.. 'I,'}: TREE SURGEON
Knebel said, was the fact that,
PRIMARY A & C finally, "white Americans are TRIMMING TOPPING & REMOVING

Cooper, dog had a skin condition which SCHOOLS CELEBRATE beginning to meet thousandsof LANDSCAPING
We are trying to find good resulted from a lot of fleas. AMERICAN EDUCATION black Americans on sta-

breed of dog and someone was 1 didn't think that was possible WEEKIn tions of economic parity. 5125 NW 24th AVE. PHONE: 635-0701
telling us that you raise pit S. B. "There has been a tremen-
bull dogs 'as a side hobby. Your vet is a qualified and keeping with the theme of ,dous recent increase in black
What are they and are'they competent man and should be American Education week faces that are visible to the
good dogs.: consulted often. It is possiblefor Nov. 9-15 "Better Education traveling public at banks,
A.C.M. a dog to have a flea allergy Your Job," the staffs have hotels, stores, airline counters THIS WEEK'S SPECIAL
I have found that pit bull and by scratching the initiated a program involvingthe With some marked exceptions -

dogs make, wonderful pets but skin raw,lead the way to worst community in presenting ,, these blacks,includ-
,
for various
they are not for everyone. disease. opportunities The public is invitedto ca- ing many beautiful girls, try
They get along with people fine **** reers. harder and are warmer, more
attend the Nov. 13.
and make excellent watchdogs. Donny Smits Doberman program .lelpful and cheerful than their
at 7:30 at. Primary.
They are bred for fighting and pincher is finally going to become p.m. ,white counterparts"

live for that, time hasn't a, momma, good luck
changed their unique spirit. with the pups Donny. Bruce
They don't make good obedience loves Brutus, the reason for HOW DO YOU STANDMore ?

dogs simply becauseof this may be that Brutus saved

their fighting spirit and if him from a possible beatingand -- than 25,000,000, million people go to >4S.;! attacked by much larger dogs robbery by coming out of a hospital during I a year's time. This .A'lt*tgVV.

they usually end up the victor. the car and attacking three amounts to 68,000 hospital admissionsevery
hoods. Be careful in those dark
ONE 1% secondsllOne
Mr. Cooper, places Bruce.And I would like, day-about every

Our dog as a'pup had a sable along with my trainer, to saywe're -- out of TEN patients stays in the hos-
hair coat as he got older he proud of our former
pital than 21 days.-THREE out of
underwent several coat ,student. Harvey had better get more
changes ever-yooe thinks he glasses for dutches. She TEN remain more than 10 days.

may be a:wolf Is it possible. thought I ''was the bad man .The odds are ONE SEVEN that YOU will 8 SPEAKERS WITH SLIDING DOORS
E. F. to me she could bite
proved be among the persons admitted to a hos-
It is possible foryoutobavea rm glad she wasn't hard to pital within the next A.M./F.M. RADIO AND BAR UNITYOUR '.
wolf,. but I doubt it becausea direct away to the bad guy. year.
wolf normally won't undergo In talking more about the --Hospital care is EXPENSIVE. Many Florida CREDIT IS GOOD .t.

too many color changes. protective dogs association hospitals currently I charge in excess of PHONE NOW:
You cant i n d out more by will possibly be looking for a $55.00 per day--and the rate is increasing "
observing your dog. See if he place of our own, more info :
barks or howls, is he shy or after our meeting ona day this daily.A TV's STEREOS.

aggressive. Wolves do not week. -. hospital bill for $1,000.00 or moreis not

bark and are seldom aggressive Until next week, keep the unusual, and FEW people can write a check B SPEAKERS I,
cards and letters coming in.
for a thousand dollars.
Mr. Cooper, Vince Cooper Coopers
Our doctor told us that our Canine Service. How do you and your family stand? Call your 379-0900

CENTRAL LIFE. MANAGER and ask for a

conference hospital coverage for you and Phone between 7 a.m. and. 10 p.m. .'
The Atlantic{ Social Club's '- ?

PRE-THANKSGIVING DANCE yours.CENTRAL LIfE Sundays Included'\ :

Till? i I
FRIDAY, NOV. 7, 1969 10:00 p.m.

Bayfront Park INSURANCE COMPANY F&M TV ?;
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table reservations call: Willie Moorman: 635-5704 TAMPA, FLORIDA

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FOR SALEBAR CHILDCAREBest MISCELLANEOUSMADAM


CLASSIFIED' ADS AND POOL of childcare in my home KAY
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A' gifted spiritualist reader
Right In a good area. If you are PL 8-9972.
and advisor. Guaranteed to
20 WORDS OR LESS $2.00. 100 FOR EACH ADDITIONAL lORD. interested In a good Income$6000, MISCELLANEOUSBeginning help. Advice on all problems
here Is an opportunity.
6 P. M. love, marriage, courtship
DEADLINE FOR CLASSIFIED ADS TUESDAY: cash or terms. $1500 or more ,
-- piano $3.50 and organ business transactions. Help
-- Monthly Income, $275 expense -
classical in- find loved ones and lost arti-
lessons $7
FOR SALEHIGH month. Mid West
FOR SALE FOR SALEPool Realty,per Phone NU 58035,5499NW cluded 11 ages.Inquire after cles. Guaranteed help. She

BUYER TO QUALIFY'FOR room in Liberty City, INCOME UNITS 27th Ave.Apartment 6 p.m. or write to 1253 NW succeeds where others have
FHA 6811 NW 15th Ave. Call 691- Excellent Tax Shelter 38th Street. failed. She gives you lucky

Corner 3 bedroom CBS in 6088. (Nov. 9)) 16 two bedroom apartments.CBS house. 24 one bed- days and lucky numbers.Blessed

Carol City.Large fenced yard, gross Income $20,800, room units. CBS good loca- Church organist or choir director oil and lucky charms for
wall to wall carpeting, will CORNER LOT net returns 30% with $30,000 tion. High profit potential and all denominational the home. From 9 to 9 daily

be freshly painted for buyer. Washington Park area 50 x 100" cash. Full price $88,000.AL tax shelter. Excellent terms. experience have degrtee in She is a true instrument of

Near expressway and shop- Near schools, shopping, etc. TIRELLA REALTY Small cash. 377-0466. music education (organ ma- God. She helps and heals by
ping. Price$15,000,$950 down Nice clean lot. $2500. Ready 12301 NE 6th Avenue Real- jor)write to 1253 NW 38th St prayer. 688-9178 11601 NW
7th Avenue
plus closing, $104.18 month for building Fenster realty, tors 754-5426. Large 2 bedroom house, wood (Nov. 7))

plus escrow Life Realty, Broker, 759-8779. panelled, new roof, painted MY DOG s>'ss ss>ss

Broker 759-4371, 624-3666. Large beautiful 4 bedroom 2 inside and out. $350 down. I I. a German Shepard mall

FHA bath corner property, beauti- $100 month. Immediate occupancy dog, 1 yr.and 6mo old.
SELL FOR FHA VALUATIN Opa-locka area. Large 3 bed- ful home. $17,900. $2,000 No qualifying. 3031 NW Will rent him to you or CfJ
Large modern CBS in Carol rooms, 1 bath home. In process down Low payments or will 64th St. 642-0722.., may .ell.!! For Information, ,
tt' City, Florida room, front of refinishing will be trade for smaller house or Call: 691.9163
b11tnIet
porch, patio, tile roof, ter- ready approx. Nov. 1.Will see vacant lots. Or would consider SITTING PRETTYOn 1742 NW 67th Street

razzo floors, air conditioner a beautiful home when com- trading for, a farm. 373- corner surrounded by

Iff "- wall heat, wall to wall carpeting pleted. Near schools, shop- 7973. Shrubs, completely fenced for ir 1
drapes. Large ground ping, etc. Call us for all information privacy. Spotless 2 bedroom, SEWING MACHINE

fence all around and sprinkler Fenster Realty, 5705 NW 5th Court 3 real convertible den, equipped kit- REPAIR SPECIAL

system FHA$17,500$700 Broke 7598779.Investor's bedrooms, all city utilities, chen, carport, about $1200
'' down plus closing, $124.57 FHA value $11,000, only $350 down FHA. Value packed HAS

month I plus escrow Life special Com- down (Vets and 221 people RENEE BINS, REALTORCall IMMEDIATEOPENINGS
Realty, Broker 7594371,6243666. mercial building now rented as $100)). Seller pays all clos- for appointment 681-5098 Clean & Oil

grocery store plus adjoining ing costs. $90.23 monthly,one Adjust Tensions SI
apartment lot.. Apartments j2Qyears.fHA.jnortgageJSee- FOR RENT *_Check_Wiring, FOR

'SELL VALUATION may be added on top of grocery this one today Aetna Realty Large stores. 4306 and 4316 I Adjust Belt JANITORSPART
Corner 4 bedroom, 2 bath CBS store. Existing,building is divided (Broker), 811 NW 54th St. NW 7th Avenue. Reasonable Delint Machine
; in Carol 'City. Large screen- into stores, with sep- Phone: 757-5724. Open until 633-2429. Inspect& Lubricate Mobs TIME NIGHTS
ed in swimming pool (14x28)), arate meters. Excellent buy. noon on Saturday. Good Poy
air conditioner heat wall See 1399 NW 61st St. Phone
gas Fringe Benefits
Female only Furnished pri- Phone 534.9904
to wall carpeting, built-in 666-0411 Atlantic and Pacific 6716 NW 6th Ave. Duplex, :
vate room bath, cooking facilities Apply in Person
freezer stove garbage dis- Realtors. and down Ideal for one
up ,
week call 696-0590
$20 Or 864.4309 309 NW 2nd AVENUE
posal, right by school, shopping large family or two mall after 5 .
and expressway, FHA FOR SALE BUSINESS families. Total price $10,000 p.m.Responsible RELIABLE SEW-VAC M/F 3 p.m. to 6 p.m.

$18,000, $800 down plus closing Profitable grocery, meat call today for details. Aetna lady'to share (Indef)

$127.53 month plus es- market, beer and wine on ma in Realty (Broker), 811 NW 54th .home with young woman in ex-

crow. Life realty, Broker, street of Coconut Grove.Doing St. Phone 757-5724, open til change for baby care and small

759-4371624-3666. over $11,000 business per noon on Saturday. salary. Phone 693-2990. MALE LAUNDRY HELP
month. Money maker Low
Loaders pullers extractor operators. Good
,
FHA FINANCING overhead. Return your invest- 7330 NW 8th Ave CBS 2 bed- Room for clean
working man.
Production bonus. Excellent
Modern 4 bedroom, 2 bath ment in 1 year. Terms to responsible room, tile roof, oak floors, 5520 NW 15th Avenue. wages. company
CBS in Carol City near everytbng. -, buyer. Atlantic and garage. Total price $17,000, benefits. Paid vacation. Permanent job. Must

Circular drive, patio, Pacific Realtors 666-0411. downpayment to suit your bud- MECHANICSMAULE be 18 ,or over. Apply in mornings. No phone

central heat, large built-in get. Assume 6 3/4% mortgage INDUSTRIEShas calls please. Ask for Mr. Findley, National

kitchen, ,sliding doors from LOTS FOR SALE $116 monthly pays all. Aetna immediate openings for Linen Service, 1950 NW 1st Avenue.
,bedroomsto lovely patio, North Miami Beach, Liberty Realty (Broker), 811 NW 54th qualified truck 'mechanics at
large fenced grounds, price ,City 50 x 140. Business lot St. Phone: 757-5724., open til its Pennsuco plant onO-
down 100 x 100 17th Avenue.Cash .
$18,500$1,700 plus noon on Saturday.
keechobee Road. Sfiould be WANTED
month paid for property. Baron 538- HELP
closing, 124.57 plus familiar with diesel,engines.
escrow. Life Realty, broker 1340.A 2980 NW 88th Street CBS, 2 Permanent positions.Offering IMMEDIATE OPENINGS IN

759-4371 624-3666. bedroom, carport, tile roof, '
good pay and many employee DADE AND BROWARD COUNTIES
and
good profitabledry
very
total No
price $14,500. quali- benefits. Must speak English
OWNER PAYS ALL COSTS cleaning business. Imme- fying, assume 5 1/4%' mort- Apply Personnel Department, YEAR ROUND EMPLOYMENT WITH NATIONWIDE

Modern 3 'bedroom, 2 bath diate sale. For appointmentcall gage, $87 pays everything. 100 NE 84th St., 751-6631. FIRM. GOOD HOURLY WAGE
CBS at NW 92nd St. near 19th 633-4908. Bring deposit. Aetna Realty OVERTIME. OUTSTANDINGFRINGE
'
PLUS
Ave All ,large rooms, built- (Broker), 811 NW 54th St. Ph. MAIDS'
in kitchen, big garage, awn- HOUSE FOR SALE 757-5724, open til noon on Good working conditions BENEFITS, TREMENDOUS OPPORTUNITY
,
ing windows, air conditioner, 3 bedrooms, floral room, air Saturday. steady work,apply housekeeping FOR ADVANCEMENT TO

gas heat., FHA $23,000$1,- condition, fenced, sprinkler Golden Nugget Motel, OTHER POSITIONS AND TRANSFER T 0

600 down, $158.67 month plus system, hard wood floor.$18- 2320 NW 141st Street CBS 18555 Collins Ave., Miami OTHER AREAS.NO .
escrow, seller pays closing 500. Richman Height. Mar- '3 real bedrooms, fenced, wall Beach.
EXPERIENCE NECESSARY. WE WILL
costs. Life Realty Broker Nan Associate,Realtor.Phone to wall carpets, E-Z terms, (Nov. 28))
445-2557. Mr. Demeritte TRAIN. SOMETHING FOR EVERYONE.
7594371. ., assume mortgage, quick pos-
1698 SW Coral Way. session. Call now for details HELP WANTEDAll LACK OF FORMAL EDUCATION I NO BAR

NO QUALIFYINGMOVE Aetna Realty (Broker), 811 NW RIER. DRIVER'S LICENSE HELPFUL: ,
Sacrifice.. 4 bedroom house.. around woman work split
RIGHT IN 54th- St. Phone 757-5724. open NOT REQUIRED. APPLY IN PERSON.
NW"1st Zoned shift. Someone that cook. BUT
Two CBS homes 6130 business. $10,000. til noon on Saturday can
Ave..and 1077 NW,40th St. Terms. NW.54th St. 758-9705 Age between 35-50.. No phone
We took these houses trade- 2820 NW 160th Street 'Magnificent calls. 1294 NW 62nd Street. Truly Nolen Exterminating

ins, will fix them up completely ,HOT DEALl FHA.Near North-' 4, bedroom 2 bath, Ave.
600 N.W.ith
and sell them at reasonable 'I side shopping1 I center.- bed- huge (\Flk rooni'dInIng room, Middle age man to Accompany c'
down 'payment and monthly, rooms, 2' baths, split-level and other, custom features. salesman for few hours each .
payments. Max Sirotta at Life CBS home. Fla. room, double Asking $21,500, assume day] Start 3p.m.$175; dsi hdur.

Realty, Broker 4932 NW 7th garage, price $29,000 with 5 1/2 % mortgage. We can Phone 666-7648 ask for Fred
Avenue, 7594371.INVESTMENT $2800 down payment plus clos' tailor the terms to your bud- between 8:30 and 10 p.m. Help Wanted

ing costs. To a good qualified get. Hurry! Hurryl! Hurryl!

PROPERTIESFINE buyer. For appointment to Aetna RealtyBroker),811 NW CHILDCAREChildcare

SECURITYWe 'show, call Mr. Murray,Assoc. 54th St. Phone:757-5724, open PART OR FULL TIMEMUST

have several duplexes, as Fenster Realty,Brokers,759- til noon on Saturday.
in my home.pickup ( BE 1(1( OR OVER)
well as ,5 and 6 unit income 8779.
and delivery. Good references
'> properties. These properties 4620 NW 168th Terrace 3 .
6335717.
belong to us, are well maln- y3 BEDROOMS FHA bedroom, 2 bath central heat, Cashiers Hostesses

taine and bring in good,steady Drive by 2170 NW 81st Ter. stove, 'refrigerator, carport,' Childcare for young babies.

Income We Just want to gel t l Fenced, carporte,built-in kit-' washing machine, freezer and 691-7418. From''.t month to
out of the rental business, too chen. $450 down. To inspect., much, much more. FHA $20- 2 years. No pick-up., 5 days. Cooks Utility Help
busy for it. MaxSlrotta at Life call Gregor Realty, 8870403. 500, seller pays all closing

Realty,:, ,4952 NW 7th Ave. costs. Special downpayment Children care in: home.
my Waiters WaitressesGOOD
759-4371.. 4 UNITS $27,000 for Veterans., Low downpay Five days 693-2855.
Drive to 2370 NW 61st Street. ment for all others.Get on this

I CBS DUPLEX -FHA TERMS CBS 2 bedrooms each.Income one right away. Aetna Realty Kindergarten and' DEAL FOR

6934-36 NW 4th Avenue $5,200 yearly. Down$10,000. (Broker), 811 NW 54th St. Ph. Free pick-up and nursery.delivery.Hot JR. COLLEGE STUDENTS

Tile roof, oak floors, l large Just reduced.AL 757-5724, open Ill noon on lunch. Further information -

utility room -_- Only $22,000. TIRELLA REALTY Saturday. call Mrs. Jess 758-2472 EXPERIENCE DESIRED
Drive by, then call Spitzer 12301 NE 6th Ave. Realtors

Realty, Realtor, 759-8741. 754-5426. 17211 NW 27th Court fantastic Kiddie's Nursery School, invite BUT NOT NECESSARYAPPLY
3 bedroom 2 bath
,huge
all parents to Join in their
FHA BEAUTY pool and patio, airconditioned -
program of day care and kin-
2 bedrooms, plus Fla. room, 6733-35 NW 2nd Court Al- wall to wall carpets, car- dergarten services. Hours 7

new hardwood floors, large most new 2 bedroom duplex. port, this one has everything. a.m. to 5 p.m. Monday Fri :
Livein one let the other pay Priced to sell with termsin
FHA
, fenced rear yard.Garage,plus
day. Pick up service phones
; many nice features. Price: ,the mortgage. Asking $21,000'No the low 20's. Seller will t da j;.6961461night 621-3139: DOBBS HOUSES
' '*. $17,500. $600 down plus closIng Qualifying, assume exist- pay all closing costs Call today .
i" costs. $100 down to 221 ing mortgage at 6% interest.. to see the ultimate in Fla. 9 A.M.-5 P. M.
: cert. holders, vets $400 down Don't let this one get away. living.Aetna Realty(Broker), Childcare in my home, your MIAMI INTERNATIONAL
child will have the best of AIRPORT
I Drive by 919 NW 76th St,then Aetna RealtyBroker), 811 NW 811 NW 54th St. phone: 757- care
in
home. Mrs. Anderson CONCOURSE
my #4
I call us, Fenster Realty,Brok- 54th Street, Phone: 757-5724, 5724, open til noon on Sat- 759-8335.
" .. 7Ra,0 !90e omen til noon on Saturday. urda,. I

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THE MIAMI TIMES, Friday, I November 7, 1969 35FOOTHACHE

Credit Union And You! Round About -.

In an effort to better ac- ;feathers-its nest-well .:: and credit union w1llhatch re- ,
quaint you with credit union then settles down to the painstaking warding dividends and turn
and its services, we are continuing i task of caring for its your dreams of the future into Talk
to tell you about the i treasured content. reality. 1

progress already achieved in Why don't you follow the ex- Walk into or call your
various areas of the ... BY JIMMY "SCOOP" BETHEL
the .
;ample of the wise bird when it nearest credit union today and ..
county, and to hopefully en- comes to
courage your immediate involvement for creating a nest egg begin to feather your nest TALK OF THE TOWN. Mildred Coney Wilkerson (for- Don't suffer -reline
This week let's your financial security. let credit union hatch your mer Mrs. George Wilkerson) in New York shopping on 125th win In seconds as millions do with

take a look at Culmer Center ,;Savings.............................deposited..............in...your.........nest..........egg.r.. ..._.Take.H..H.H..H.a.friend.DOROTHY'S ....u Street and looking so good. Annie Whitfield, 64 Troutman )sins RA-JEL.ORA-JEL Many until dentists you fit recommend.
Federal Credit Union at 1163 ::::::: : : ; :::: : : ; ':':':':';':': Street, Brooklyn, N. Y., waiting to hear from Murray Free of > ofmlonll l trtitmtnt. ,.. T3T*>ISora
NW 3rd Avenue Mrs. Almita j! i ) BEAUTYtiSALON \! Liberty City Mrs. Albert Tresvant(the former Virginia ..E3I ,.....=.......)
Gilliam is the charming young Wilkerson), the newest and cutest administrator Opa-locka
lady you should get to know !1 \! General Hospital ever had. She's the big boss. Congrats. r.rA

in this area. She's as close as ;: :;;;
1;;; Woods, Mgr SAY IT LOUD BLACK AND
your phone for the best ser- ; PROUD Della Reese,
vice and she awaits your calls !:;;. Meadows, Operator I::: TV week-nights show a gasser. Pretty Vi Velasco due to
at 371-3659. Her convenient \}J I play the El Patio Club in Mexico City, come the Christmas
hours are from 8:30: to 5 Mon- |i.i.Tinting NO APPOINTMENT holidays. Duke Ellington to tour, month of November witha
day through Friday. j 1 1 special concert, Nov. 16 in Paris at the "Holy St. Severin
The members of the boardof i Dyeing NECESSARY Church" Barbara McNair to star In the play, "Pajama W j R ;'2?
directors are Mr. W.E. \ Game" on Miami Beach this season
Meadows, president; Mr. : Wigs Styled & Cleaned j1

James Howard, vice presi- j
dent Mrs.Evelena Wade sec- j 374.88591
; ,
retary; Mr. James Johnson, 1703: N.W. 5th Ave. ]:

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Straughter, member and 4 FRANK
chairman of the supervisory
BY OWNER
committee, Mr. James Isom
and Mr. Charlie Lowe, members 20 Units Net 32% EDELEN

These directors, along NW 652-660 NW 27th Street
with Mrs. Gilliam have guided BUICK CO.
the affairs of the credit CBS, water _sewers_ ,_.terrific _deal lt-excellentterms. .
union, Wbi hhai consistently See, then call: .2100U.r2nil1vr: :
successfully Increased its MR. FORD USED CAR PHONE

assets to 17,171 dollars. Days 7S 1-3659 Eves 226-1481 314.1136
To quote an old cliche;pro-
crastination is the thef of Mon.-Wed.-Frl. Till 9tOO
time nevertheless this is the Tu.s.-Thurs-Sot. Till 6)00
,
Have Your Car Serviced By
one thing of which we have had ,
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more than our share, and the Miami's Community Station PICTURE SET Left to right Cornelias "Connie" Y; "< :
Unit Red )Wagon
thing to which we still adhere. Carswell arriving on the town (Trenton, N,J.)saying, I Color k, ( ',
But why should we delay longer OPEN FOR BUSINESS Him Father, but dad in Miami, "left me in a tight spot." ;,: \,; 1968VOLKSWAGEN' ,

? Why don't we begin todayto OIC Gulf StationOpen Pamela Farrington, the prettiest thing at Florida A&M. ', ,
be like the wise bird who Very sassey... Motown's top male singing group "The Temp ,f) \ THAT )S, ,
DREW JUNIOR 24 Hours a Day Monday SaturdayFree tations" "I Can't Get Next to You," the number 1 recording I::; ;V< >'i,\i>
hit, all over the world Bottom left to right. Pretty .',$1396,,, "
HIGH IN RECITALThe Pick-up and Delivery Tamiko, a top night club personality working out of Stax rec-
faculty of the music department ords corp. Laverne Bethel, leaving Miami Dade Jr. Collegeto 2 Door Hardtop

of Charles R. Drew GULF CARDS ACCEPTED study at New York University Two years after his 1968 ELECTRA 225
Jr. High School will presenta tragic death, Otis Redding is still selling three million rec-
recital Sunday, Nov. 16 at Have Your Car3ervved While You Are at Work ords a year This is Scoop Bethel saying time and tide All extras, including
4 p.m. in the auditorium. waits for no one, see you next week. stereo radio, one

There for will this be no admission 8201 N.W. 27th Avenue owner. $3595.
charge program which
is open to the public. Phone 691-9609 ((1)) 6814 NW,6th Ave.TwoCBS houses. 1 lot. #_ +CLICTRAMSTMt :
The staff members are: Selling for only $13,000. $850.00 total amount ; :: t!:
t: *
Julie Clarke, soprano Ar- : tt+
; cash needed. Monthly $94.00
leene Greene, violin; Cassan- payments plus 21,000'mil..blue wbblue ,"
dra Hanna, piano; Leslie Lee, taxes and Insurance. Interior::ond. ,:whit*

bassoon; Charles Rogers, organ ((2)) 736 NW 48th St. 3 bedroom CBS beauty.Fla yjny(: "top" powa; .:
x
clarinet.and William McKenzie, room,> dining room. Selling price only li rJ,' .<"*S,"war stftrjttf:' ,

$12,700 with total cash needed $800.00. tf Q.:M'J\ '

Monthly payments $105 plus taxes and in- AM,\, t. ., '
GRAYSON savemoney surance. Pays in full 20 years. .....'..''N"!,K \f.t'v.,_ >.I

BEAUTY SALON !i ,. .' ,.. ,.,. ( { ,
(Newly Open) V 1' ((3)) 3054 NW 55th St. Small 3' bedroom. Only r J1.\iy.:I ;; !" \}<'fJiWtm, ; :
1778 NW 95th Strttt $9,000.Total $500 cash. $80 month pays all. "i \: % ,;(l.i(, ;
Tel: 6964560

Special attention to children WITH % FORD REALTY, INC. BROKER 1968 LIMITED ELECTRA

Expert Wig StylistAir PHONE: 751-3659
17,000miles with
Conditioned grey

LouellaCrayson, Prop. OUR black vinyl top. Power
Sarah Cooper, Operators steering, power brakes,

power seats, power
HEWI windows, door locks,
CARI'TON ., REALTY
tilt steering wheel

J \ cruise control plus many
ANNUM BROKERS
.J074 NW 19TH ST
I'- h il If No Answer: more extras. This car
(.
like
693-4772 i "A1 759.6500 is new.

DAY $3195
90 FHA-CBS-TILE ROOF., bdrms, 1 bath, liv rm,
kitch, din arto, Irge prch, $17,000, $850 down, 'ti!! 2rl ,I ilICKi' ::;.
PAN AMERICAN SAYINGS $132 mo.,pays oil.FHACBSBUPLEX.. f;RIVIEMAS' :''

WORLD AIRWAYS TII. rf, tile flu, 1 bdrms, 1 J|,: Blue: ;', ,$loaded,'.with _\
bath each side. Must lee to appreciate. $18,500, ''equipment. .,
CERTIFICATEPEOPLES $1,000 down.$131.24 mo.FHACBSWATERFRONT.. .r gold,. bucket(:'seats
The
World's Most
ExpiriancadAirliiti 3 bdrmi, 1 bath, llv ,; and 'loaded, with
NOW HIRING Fla hitch din 2 otll equipment, ,,, I r rEith"ona
rm, rm, rm, rms, crprt, prch, ,
.
tile rf, $21,200, $2,600 down, $160 moo. pays all &Q3'do ..,.
STEWARDESSESTo GROUP OF

BANKS FHACBSbdrlllS,2 baths, liv rm, din area, Irge 1969 BUICK LIMITED
Fly All NATIONAL modern kitch, Fla rm, patio, 2 util rms, fenced. 60-40 power seat, -<
Six ContinentsMust $22,000, $2,000 down, $152.75 mo. power brakes, power
National Peoples Notional) Bank
b., single? minimum PeopUs Bonk of First Miami Shores of Common BEAUTIFUL EL PORTAL. Lovely 3 bdrm, 1 steering, power windows *
20. Height S3* to S'9 aPo.. 9499 N. Eo 2nd Avenue 3275 MiamI.N. W.Florida 79th Street bath, (liv rm, kitchen, din area, util rm, porch, tilerf / cruise control,
Weight 105 to 140 Ibs. Good Miami Telephone Shorn 757;Florida.8511 Telephone 6090700Peoples CBS landscaped, corner, $22,500, $5,000 dn, vinyl roof plus many
health. Good vision Must $146.30 month.MEDICAL other extras. A beautiful -
b. high school graduate. Peoples American Motional Liberty Notional'
Bonk of North Miami
North Miami gold.S .
of
Knowledge of a foreign Bonk
Sired 13490 N.W. 7th Avenue PROFESSIONAL OR BUSINESS
language.MI4MIIHTERVIEWS. >>90N. E. 125
North Miami Florida
North Telephone Mtoml.751Wl1PeopUs florida Telephone:6852444Peoples Corner Bldg., apprex 3,000 sq, ft. Excellent for I.000 dwn, $120.18 mo.

First Notional HieleohNotional medical center, business offices. commercial use,
Thursday, November 13th Bank of North Miami Beach Bonk $28,000, $7,500 down, $200 me.
Far interview W.DUte Highway JOO W. 12th AvenueHlaleah
appointmentPAN 16101 ,
el" North Telephone Miami:Beach 946-4311,Florida/ Telephone 822-7006 Florida LOT ZONED DUPLEX. Excellent corner. $3,300 '
AM 637.2778 cosh. :
Member :p
At Kind liHrtwiiit/.."" F.D.I.C. Federal Reeerv Syetem
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