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Title: The Miami times
Physical Description: Newspaper
Language: English
Publisher: The Magic Printery
Place of Publication: Miami Fla
Creation Date: December 5, 1969
Frequency: weekly
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Dates or Sequential Designation: Began in 1923.
General Note: "Florida's favorite Colored weekly."
General Note: "Tempora mutantur et nos mutamur in illis."
General Note: Editor: H.F. Sigismund Reeves, <Jan. 6, 1967-Dec. 27, 1968>.
General Note: Description based on: Vol. 25, no. 8 (Oct. 23, 1948).
Funding: Funded by NEH in support of the National Digital Newspaper Project (NDNP), NEH Award Number: PJ-50006-05
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Consecutive C ildejKille2d'When

41 Years Serving i

The Miami Greater
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Husband Goes Berserk

LOOKING FOR A HOUSE? I

SEE OUR REAL ESTATE
A 10-year-old boy was ac- an upholstery business on NW
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home Sunday when an irate It is alledged that Sawyerhad
TEMPORA MUTANTUR ET NOS MUTAMUR IN ILLJS.Vol. husband shot up a Liberty been having marital problems

.47, No. 15 MIAMI, FLORIDA, FRIDAY, DECEMBER 5,1969 .15* Square apartment where he with his wife and had gone .
went to look for his wife. to the apartment of Mrs. Pe-
cola Floyd,a friend of his wife,
Dead on arrival at Jackson to ask about her whereabouts.

FAMU And Grambling Memorial mie Hospital was Clem- The two got Into an argumentand :
Floyd, whopolicesaidhadbeen a visitor in the Floyd
shot once in the head.
home, Robert Blakley, is said

police identified the gunman to have threatened Sawyer

as Joseph Sawyer, 27, of 2490 Sawyer left the apartmentand
In 37th ClassicFresh NW 104th St.Sawyer is a Metro :. returned with a gun.Blak
bus driver and also operates ley, 36, of 656 NW 9th St. was
shot twice in the chest and head. :
: and was admitted to Jackson M
off a 34-28 victory over the University of Tampa r'T:1. Hospital in fair condition. __po ;
Spartans before 46,477 screaming fans, Florida A&M's Rat JOSEPH SAWYERup
tlers are set to close 'their 1969 campalgnSaturday night Sawyer surrendered to Miami
against Grambling College and a throng of over 50,000 is expected 1 \ s'' homicide detectives six in the Liberty Square Hous
to witness the finale at Miami's Orange Bowl. ,,gyp ,v a| hours after the shooting. Project where he was a

It will be the 37th annual Orange Blossom Classic and Rat 4 ___e I' .' Friends who knew Sawyer quiet and likeable person.
tler head coach, Jake Gaither will be after his 203rd win, one i I were surprised at the violent Sawyer has been chargedwith
he doesn't expect to come easily. I'N'r turn in
I events. He had grown first degree murder.
"We will be going against one of the best teams we'vefaced

this season," he said of Grumbling's Tigers, "and another H' -
thing that worries me is the fact that we will have had to be
'up' for five climactic games in a row."
Gaither said his Rattlers have been sky high ever since their 1/ Hijackers Rob Two t.
loss to Tennessee State and he knows his team has had to .
reach back for a little more in each of the four consecutive
wins since that time. -Jjouoc-Itucks
"We had to bounce back against North Carolina A&T and .
the next week we played Southern University (the game in

which Gaither notched his 200th victory as head coach at A well-organized team of The robbers abandoned the I
FAMU). The boys surprised me. I didn't know they wereup robbers hijacked two Hartleyand liquor truck at NW 18th Ave.
that much for the game." Parker Inc. liquor trucks and 51st St. A passerby notified
He was referring to the four brilliant goal line stands made Tuesday morning and stole approximately police who released John
by his Rattlers, the last one coming after southern had pickedup $30,000 worth of son.
a first-and-goal from the Rattler ten with less than two
minutes to liquor, police said. About 9.30 a.m. a lone gunman
go. Driver James Johnson, of climbed on the side of a
Gaither enjoys all victories but very seldom has he cherished ;
875 NW 69th St., was robbed second Hartley and Parker
one as he cherished the win
over Tampa. "The game was
about 7 30 when lone
; a.m. a truck as driver Otis; E. War
played as Americans should play the game of football. It was a
gunman Jumped on his truckas ner, 31, of 6301 NW 12th Ave.,
clean and the
their hearts out
game boys just played r
It stopped at NW 15th Ave. returned from .
making de.
a
"We can be proud of ourselves here in Florida in that we and 69th St. i
were the first to play an Integrated game on tile college level The gunman forced 'Johnson livery.
and the "' The gunman stuck a pistol*
game was. an example of brotherhood and democracy i to drive to NW 17th Ave.
in in the side of assistant driver
practice | and 69th St.whee he was forced -
"Sure, I was glad to get my 202nd win but that means very \ to get into an old white Willie Bradley, 31, of 280 NW,
little to me. What I really want is to see athletics do for our Oldsmobile.Two 57th St.The .

state what our churches, schools, hospitals, libraries and _. other men drove John salesmen were blindfolded
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social Institutions haven't done bring us all together." son around for about two as the truck was driv-
but even while cherishing last week's victory,Gaither madeit MISS FAMU hours, then returned him to 'en to an unknown destinationfor
clear'that Saturday's Orange Blossom Classic foe will merit Lovely Lonnie; Wesley, a senior sociology major/ the truck.in the Brownsville unloading. The truck was,
all the attention he and his Rattlers can devote to the preparation from Crioffflnoochee, will reign over Orange Blossom area. Johnson was put in the 'then driven to NW 14th and
for the game."Grambling Classic activities this weekend when the Rattlers of back of the empty truck and 87th St.where a neighbor spotted
has a great team," he said,"and they have one Florida I A&M take on the Tigers from ,Grambling. the door padlocked. it and called police.
of the finest coaches in the country.
Gaither was talking about the Tigers' head coach, Eddie
Robinson who is second only to Gaither in lifetime wins among

active small college coaches. Robinson has recorded 186 victories -Po-or To Get Day In Court 'I
in 29 years at Grambling and Is the only small college
mentor who can boast of having sent more players to the pros
than Gaither. -

"Grambling is noted for its big teams,"Gaither said, "andI A City of Miami ordinance, ports three children, has a state aid. against poverty-area resi-
know we've got a Tiger by the tall and we'll be happy to turnit requiring a $15 fee for criminal minimum subsistence income The ordinance, Rogow dents, solely because of their I
loose." arrest warrants, stacks from part-time work and by charged, discriminates lack ability to pay. :
The Tigers are 6-3 on the season compared to the Rattlers' the deck against poor people
7-1 slate but they could Just as easily have been 9-0 or 8-1 who want their day in municipal -:7t: : ; ":' nket1'
at most. Their two big losses were a 34-20 decision to Ten court, according to a law I" '
nessee State and a 21-17 squeaker to Southern University."We suit filed in federal court.
should've beat Tennessee State," said one Grambling ,, -
The suit urged Judge Joe
coach "but we played them at Tennessee and they Just don't
invalidate the
lose at home." Eaton to regu-
lation passed as an emergency
FAMU's Gaither can verify that statement as his trip to '
the commission
measure by
"Death Valley" Is the only mar on an otherwise perfect sea in September.The .

son."In the Southern game we were leading by two touchdownsand attack on the ordinanceis H
Just let up," the Grambling spokesman continued, "and the result of a complaint
they came from behind to beat us." 13-year-old Keith Lane, a
Gaither's Rattlers nipped Southern 10-7 but he thinks little' ninth grader at EdisoilSr.High
of the comparative scores. "They have lost a couple of games who told Miami police that a,
but they were two good teams," he said. "We can expect a man hit him without provocation ,
tough game Saturday,night" Nov. 1 while he was on
This will mark the:fourth appearance of Grambling in the his way to a coin laundry in F.,
Orange Blossom Classic and the Tigers boast a 2-1 edge Liberty City. f.",,, F e-
over the Rattlers.In Keith and his mother, Mrs. "/ ,,,
1955 they made their debut by kayoing the Rattlers 28-21 Judith Basden, who live on NW ,_'; '.' 'h" n ...: "
and it wasn't until 1964 that FAMU was able to even the score 65th St. in Liberty City, could if "
at one-all with a 42-15 triumph. Grambling went one-up againin not sign an affidavit for an assault : .'Z;." !
pII //f
.1966 in an exciting 28-25 win. Saturday the Tigers will be warrant because they did {)\!, ..t.,.'\. '
trying to become only the second college in the 37-year historyof not have the $15.'

the classic to win more than two games over the Rattlers.In The fee pertains only to private ; "f:: .. .
fact, Prarie View, which holds a 3-1 edge over FAMU,is citizens. It does not applyto .-- -- : ,
the only team to beat the Rattlers more than once in the 37 city police officers who can
slim obtain such warrants if they One of the highlights of the Bethune-Cookman College Homecominggame
years! of the classi:. Ye, FANTJ holds only a one-game
edge against all teams in theseries with an 18-17-1 rec ird., witness a law violation. last week was the Campus Queens who participated in a gala paradeand
This shows the variety of participants as well as the caliberof Police got Keith's versionof halftime activities. Among the royal participants were the five coeds
opponents selected for the Rattlers. "We get'the toughest what happened after the in- shown above. ( Left to right) Cynthia ,Reese, Miss Freshman; Janice Pat-

team' we can find," Gaither said "It wouldn't be fair to the cident. terson, Miss Sophomo; ,Mildred Harvey, Miss Senior; Shirley Sellers,
fans to get somebody we know we can beat." According to Bruce Rogow, Miss B-CC; and Doris Golden Miss Junior. To climax a successful' home
Indeed, he has picked a toughie in Grambling and the Rattlers the EOPI Legal Services attorney
weekend the B-CC Wildcats downed the
coming Mississippi State
'will be hard pressed to keep from falling to the .500 per who filed the class action Volley
cent mark Mrs. Basden, who sup- College Devils 3414.


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THE MIAMI TIMES Friday, December 5, 1969


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I Young DemocratsTo way is ;!;! ;;

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Elect OfficersThe Holiday Greeting<' t

Dade County Young Democratic The membership will supportthe
Association held its chairman and cochairmanto
regular monthly meeting on assure a fine success. in the :; 'j' !

Thursday evening November Reflections and analyses of 0
20, in the Community room of the City of Miami elections
the Roosevelt Office of First held Tuesday, November 18, Big Christmas Edition
Federal Savings and Loan As was an important item on the 1968
sociation.. agenda of our last meeting.The .
wishes
Best for the
The of the
report Nomina- discussion and commentswere

ting committee was received, both spirited and rewarding .; Holidals to all of onry
navmg Deen appointed in October The consensus i
by Dodd Johnson, presU seemed to indicate that our
dent of the Association. The black political community is

Committee was composed of extremely fragmented. As a to be
published
three members: Rudolph Pul-' result, we are in a very weak .
lora; chairman, Mrs. Billy position bargain with the This size 10.00 '

Pitts and Dr. E.A. Ward. City Commission to enact leg FRIDAY DEC.
Election of officers and islation to Institute much needed 19
board members will be held at changes to help the black
the above mentioned place on community in the City of Mi-
Thursday evening, December
ami.We
18 at 8:00 p.m. Those elected observed that there were WE HAVE A LARGE ASSORTMENT OF HOLI-
will lead the Association dur- ,at least six different endorse-
ing 1970 which is a very Im- ments to further divide our al- DAY DESIGNS AND MESSAGES. YOU MAY SUBMIT -

portant and critical,election readY'weak political strength YOUR OWN OR WE WILL BE GLAD TO o'roofqgqo
year.A 'why so many endorsements?' I
gala social and political We, as a political organization SELECT AN APPROPRIATE ONE FOR YOUR

event to be known as the instal- agreed to re-examineour BUSINESS. IF YOU CARE TO SEE OUR CATALOG

lation Tea will be held in mid. method of operating as such
January, which time our new ,and to re-dedicate ourselvesto PLEASE CALL US.

officers and board memberswill provide stronger, objectiveand
be installed. unselfish leadership.We .
Our Installation Tea is being look forward to 1970 as
planned by Mrs. Marion Mul- a bright new year of political THE SIZES SHOWN HERE ARE BUT A GUIDE.

drow, chairman and Mrs.Leila communication, leadershipand

Williams, co-chairman. service. LARGER SIZES
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The models were stunning--the clothes were to right: Dade Junior College coed Mary Burnide sporting the fabulous new funky print;

breathtaking and the audience was all aglow after White, wearing a lace see-through dress; Dade Junior Dorothy Fields, local librarian, all decked out in

the fashion show sponsored by Greater Bethel' AME College coed Mary Young, wearing the very sporty the latest i in loungewear, and Denise Stirrup of

Church, October23rd at the Biscayne Terrace Hotel. sweater dress; Dade Junior College coed Denise Palmetto:' ,Senior High wearing another beauty from

Lory's fantastic collection.All .
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American Life Insurance household goodies to the poor complete.The .
Company did not open for and needy is an annual gesture usual expressions of I| fashion minded I Enclosed please find the sum of $5,00
clerical business Thanksgiving within the confines of the gratitude and gratefulnesswere I to cover Jhe cost of a one year subscriptionto
Day, but its facilities were club's philanthropic program. 'evident in the homes of L! girl of today" 1 the
at the disposal and mercy of a It's one of their pet projectsand those so fortunate to be re- Miami Times.
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third session of the is, why? What can we f 1/4 Floridians will be aired at the
Black Summit Leadership million blacks in Florida do to conference.The 4750 NW 7th Avenue .- 759-8733 r
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"Bloc Vote." In fact, the APPRECIATE DOING BUSINESS WITH YOU. GEORGE P. HARTH, Central Manager
Democratic party taxes it for THEY ARE COURTEOUS, DEPENDABLE. CHARLES A. LOCKHART, Public !l.latlon'sDlrleto
and the Republican
party granted wants. total Isolation PLEASE PATRONIZE,THEMI .If I am to enjoy a better life/others must live better too." L. L..CrooksTHE

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"CREDO OF THE NEGRO PRESS"

The NEGRO PRESS believes that America 1/
con best lead '
the world from 1i AII
racial' and notional antagonism when It accords 1 1
to every man regardless of his
roc., creed or color his human
ond legal rights. Hating no wan, fearing no moo-the Negro
Press strives ta help' every man In the firm belief that oil men
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FAMU Sets The Pace ''
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In sports and music, as well as In Its academic program,

the Florida A&M University has launched a thrust for a new' *
BILL HENRY'S MOTHER WAS
kind of excellence towards the American ideal. ;
TOLD QYMW MILLER,PREIDENT

The Orange Blossom Classic has long become more than OFTHE ELMWOOD CORP T1 itATHIS
Just another football Over the it has strived
game. years to
LOVELY
bring to the palates of the football fans of the state and nation SON IS LAST 3O-DAYLEAVL'N\ ON ALL-UHITE CEMETERY WAS

the best in what was termed "Negro college football." MARCH 6. HE SAID TO HIS HorHEIl SPECIAL.. IT COULD NOT BE

The FAMU Rattlers teams,always a contender for a top spot in ANYTHING HAPPENS TOME JUST VIOLATED BY THE PRESENCE

the national ratings, have always matched themselves againstthe TAKE ME AND BURYME1N OFA HZR0.1FTHEH&OWA5 BLACK?

best possible Negro college opponent for its tenth and final ELMWOOD CEMETERY. N.Y.POST
game of its entntbafnnonRnvl.This rear it Is Cram
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ling College of Louisiana well known for its high calibre

teams and a most worthy opponent. I
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There is no doubt,however,that this Is theJ yeanthaLthe To Be- Equal -, '
-search"-for-a good >l' geBIoss m Classic opponent will be

confined only *o black colleges. "Too much has changed to not by Whitney M. Young ccrrur' p.-

change that"- one official has said.Future Orange Blossom Executive Director National Urban LeagueMr. .-.

Classic opponents must be selected on the basis of their rec- Young Is the author of the newly published Booker T. Hayes \ .. .. ...:
ords regardless of whether the school predominantly book, "BEYOND RACBM.

or white. An Ounce Of Prevention ?

The high type of performance of the players, coaches and Cities Of Fear I met an old playmate and friend recently, and It left mo In

game officials,together with the financial success of the recent Among the grimmest pictures yet painted of America's future a very disturbed state of mind. I felt this way because what
FAMU Is that set forth by the National Commission on Causes I had expected to be
Tampa U. football game will go a long way toward a casual friendly exchange between two
allaying doubt, skepticism and hesitation about full acceptance and Prevention of Violence in a report issued last week. former buddies, turned out to be an appeal for the solution to

of black trained and managed college football teams.:The Just"look at what the Commission predicts in "a few more a problem I could not provide. The first} indication of something -

overall success of this first attempt to match a black college years* Central: drastically wrong was evidenced by my friends appear-
team with a predominantly white team will certainly stimu- business districts In the midst of decaying areas ance, but this would only be significant to someone aware of

late efforts at the University to strengthen Inter-group rela- heavily* guarded by police patrols, and deserted at night. his immaculate taste of clothing and accessories h years

tions through increased inter-collegiate sports. Guarded luxury buildings In the city will be "fortified past. Somehow, I seem to see two different people while stand-

cells"* for higher income groups. Ing there llstenlngtoa complete rundown ofa pattern of harassment -

This is also being accomplished effectively through the per "Almost universal" gun ownership in fear-ridden sub- that had produced In my friend the killer instinct. While

formances of the marching band. Their half-time show, de- urbs, with armed vigilante groups and extremists with "tre- standing there I saw very little resembalance in this friend

plcltlng a trip to the moon, demanded a repeat performance mendous armories of weapons which could be brought Into and the one with which I played as a boy.
during the professional football the next play with or without any provocation." On seeing he
game day. me remarked, "Am I glad to see you," and
"Armedgjuards" will 'ride shotgun' on all forms of public with this he began to relate a period of total harassment by

These are symbolic at FAMU and are In step with what is transportation.* different departments and officials. From his clip board,which
happening at the university In its There will be "ingensifying batred and he carried
today academic and admin- deepening division. under his arm, heallowedmeto read his "petition
istrative endeavors under the Violence will increase further and the defensive of
new leadership of President response of Indictment. This hand written document contained a seriesof
B. L. Perry, Jr. the university is the affluent will become more elaborate." incidents
firmly committed to a mis- in which he was jailed without cause held incommunicado -
sion calling for increased emphasis on community services, The Report also explodes many myths about crime and its for a number of months, forced to ,quit his jobs.

effective leadership, efficient management, and relevant programs victims. Again, like other studies in the past, it finds that the Confined In Washington, D. C. Illegally on a charge of con-
national
of instruction.With a faculty that is 18-20 percent white obsession with a "crime wave" is! exaggerated. spiracy, and efforts of the authorities to have his wife declare

and serving more than 200 white students among its 4300 stu- Crime, the Report says, is primarily a big city phenomena, him Incompetent. He also expressed concern that his position
dent enrollment, the university is fwr and is especially concentrated the as a student
ahead of all other state among 15-20-year-old age at MDJC North was being threatened.
institutions of higher learning in group, and repeaters constitute the bulk of After
complying with desegregation criminals. Vic- revealing all these things to me he told me why he
policies and in bringing into reality the American dream tims of crimes tend to be poor and black people, indicating thought it necessary. He said "when ,
of something happen,
having all racial groups working together In a democratic that slums ae getting less protection than middle-class everyone wonders why it haPPened. Pm telling you so you will
society. neighborhoods
that scream loudest about "crimp in the know why it did happen."He did not mention anything specific,

And violent crimes such as mrder, rape, and assault armcnt e but he made mention of the fact thathe had decided not to undergo -
often coma'tted by friends and relatives of the victim, any more of the tactics
and often in the home not in HI.. ..t..4 rr pI. ttn".1f".A'AL..... .... .described. _in_ his petition.. .
I PHIL OSSOFER I What the ftb--Re Vi. ? \w K :nciesne might contact If he had proof
I )[ factual: part Indicates 1? that while nr allegations but he considered this a waste of time. He
I crime remains
a problem, it is nowhare neir the levels that saId it would only lead to
more
efforts to put him in jail. He
Once again Fm going to comings, or to labor,diligently "law justify and the hysterical response of all too man/' people. Tau gave me the impression of someone geared for a fight against
challenge those "patriotic" l to eliminate them. order" crowd would have us believe that crime Is s oc iety which he knew he could not win. He seemed to feel
rampant and none is safe and the only way to cut down he had to leave
bumper stickers that proclaim The insensitivity of our political is in on crime some Impression on society that would perpetuate -
arming cities to the
"America Love It or LeaveIt. leaders to this situationis teeth and instituting repressive his memory, and tolS appeared to manifest itself In his
." My reason for mentioning to me, a repeat of the be- measures against the poor and the minorities. repeated references to acts of violence.
The
this for a second time Is tocall trayal of Christ; this time by Commission result of such actions will be the nightmare America the hml! the conversation was personal Icanseeno reason
attention to warns against, an America in which for ,
certain cities
recently the Judases of politics. are wanting me
armed fortresses In which hV ? personally to know of his delima, unless
the
rich
revealed malfunctions In this are defended from the :\: soliciting
As if this is not enough: we poor. desperate my helP. Too often, we overlook the last
wonderful
but imperfect find our flag besmirched with, "We are closing ourselves appeal of some ot our friends when to them we raally -
into
country of ours: glaring mal- fortresses," says the Com,.+ represent the last hope Once failto
mass murder by American mission "when we see the same situation -
i collectively,we should
functions which show lack of be building the great or put tiia
,soldiers In Vietnam and the i open humane city-societies of which shatter same amount of urgency to the problem, we
for we what
compassion helpless foster are capable. !
soma
And ? instances Is the last ;
children and Mafia-type operation of Military like the Kerner Commission, and other With resort.
senior citi- major national m7 limIted
zens. Clubs on Armed Forces I; studies, the commission says the answer to the problems my friend Is knowledge of PSychology, I would say that
of
? bases. What Is happening to, crime'and violence lies in launching the suffering from a Persecution complex. He feels,
Suddenly In the midst of "full-scale elements
war on do. around him
plenty, there are no funds for our land of the free? This is I;: mestic ills, especially urban Ills." him I know that whatever they might be,are againstMM"

the care of fosHr children or not the America I have always: How many more such studies are needed?Back in 1919 the J unattended deep convictions of persecu-
loved but I am not t commission ouTcitiincaCtS violence as a means of Many
for hot meals for Inflation- going o I investigating the causes of the Chicago riot said of revenge.
1 leave it. essentially the same thing. Since then 6 suffering from some form of mental per-
trapped elderly people. every such study has secution Its
I believe l that our great t called on the nation to take massice steps to the origin or Cause may differ,but the end results in
end
Strangely enough there is individuals
poverty and affected
country has racism. are slmular- defensive
an even greater They create a
raise character
money to the that
compensation -
of destiny than we can visualize, Instead, we've poured our energies and intentional reacts according to the danger invisioned.Even
our legislators. Some- resources into acts
but only if it is of these In Vietnam into war ot kindness are misconstrued and reacted
purged moon shots and the
thing Is wrong! space,race.. into al' upon in a defensIve
If we find It difficult to love and its racial inequities This most everything except what is essential to make our own J wrote this column manner.
will not be accomplishod by country a better place in.which to live. last week but!was undecided as to whether -
our country with such Injustices I was
must those who ask us to be satin Leaders of our federal state,and local betraying a tract; or ignoring a plea for help' J
leave finally
we it? Must we governments should decided that
fled with Its seize the to ths case the old of
present condition. opportunity offered by saying, "an ounce
love it in this imperfect state, publication of the Eisenhower prevention Is worth!
Report and act to more than a pound of would surely
Implement the cure,
overlooking these imperfec- "AmericaLove it or leaveit. massive national com ,apoiv J w release
tions? I say,No] If we truly ." rd like to change that say mitment needed to mike ours an open society.And this means but J will eivf it to the name of the young man publicly,

love America we must not b. Ing to "America If you love provUhj Ijtdarshlp, and not following! iomo njje "silent offer him some any individual or organization willing to

afraid to recognize Its short- it,. don't; leave it like It is." majority," whose Indifferent .w1 In us ,sink slowly Into an individual Just assistance.to find Sometimes it will do wonders for
disaster. someone his -
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"In the field management salaries, he noted. The number He cautioned the students nagement are not blacks, but
CourageBy today, the employment oi of black managers is 2,796 about their over emphasis of in utilizing all people nuxial-
blacks is still tokenism," said of the entire managementfield. blackness, impatience, and ly. Salaries for women are
Lou LuTour Clifford Cole, American Management wanting perfection now; also much less. He warned the stu-
Association, repre- Cole told the students that about lack of dicipline, whichhe dents not to get caught in the
sentative at a campus forum "It is well to know oUr historybut said, maturity would helpto computer world, where they
Mr. George Schuyler is one of the nation's most brilliant held at Satqt Augustine's College blackness has not effect bring about. He urged them will be dealing with machinesand
Journalist who reveals in his book "BlicK And Conservative" November 21.Blacks are on performance." Even the against trying to confirm to not people. He also said,
how a Negro can make his way without favors, without con just coming into the field and accumulation of knowledge is one particular pattern "em- "Dont't get caught in the trap
descension, and without bitterness. His unfoldment of his unremitting have not been able to make an I no longer a sign of success in ployers look for something that you set for yourselvesabout
struggle, inside and outside the Negro community, impact. "We seldom find vice- management. But how you get different that makes the pro- Black studies, or you'll
against the Communist conspiracy. All this takes courage.His presidents and board mem- along with people. spective employee stand out" only know about your next door
Journalistic involvements include many of the great dramasof bdls in management"he stat- Black youth of today, "he he said. neighbors. You want to be employed -
our troubled era: the Scottsboro case,the Nazi-Soviet pact, ed. Blacks who are employedin stated, "bring a certain as people, not black or
the Moscow purges, the Cold War,and the March on Washing these new positions do not periority over the past gene Dr. Robert Brigham, on the white. Become people orient

ton.His feel they are being used to I ration. Their resourcefulness AMA's Management intern- ed. The manager today is the
experiences have been vast and most exciting some as their maximum potential, and I experience and courage ship Program said that the person who gets things done
manager of the New York office aye. they are not earning adequate I will be different." prejudice problems in ma- through people."
of the Pittsburgh Courier J

from February 1944 to Sep '- --- -- -- --- 'a -'g-A
tember 1960,associate editor,

nections 1942-1964 with andserved the organizationat his con RANDOM THOUGHTSI What Manner Of Men

the end of October 1966 when
it folded as a corporate entity by GLORIA MILLER WILLIAM H. CRIER, M. D.
Co-Author of "Black Rage"
and sold its intangible as- .
Y Copyright (c) William H. Grier 1969
sets to the Robert S. Abbett
Company. During the time he It's Spiro Agnew TimeThe
was with the Pittsburgh Courier
Just as before and after, year is 1971, a little before 6 o'clock in the evening, On Ambition : Parental ,
Mr. Schyler traveled to vari- and the family of Mr. and Mrs.S.Majority are sitting in frontf
ous parts of the world doing ? their TV set. In Just a moment,their TV automatically will
special journalistic assign- be turned on directly from the oblong room at te White House. And EducationalIt
ments. Included among the .a The familiar whine of the set signals thatthe news broadcastis
many such assignments were; -- -- starting, and indeed it does with the well known, Impartialand : is rare to find a man who wants his children to be totally
November December 1950, writing articles on Negroes in fair commentator-vice-president of the United States. Ignorant. Men seem universally to want their sons to be armed
London Amsterdam Brussels, Copenhagen and Oalo, and "Good evening. Well, it may not be good for all of you, butI with some knowledge and have hopes that their children will
covering award of Nobel Peace Prize to Dr. Ralph J. Bunchof feel confident that it's fair to use the word 'good' as it prob- enjoy a fullness and mastery of life which they have themselvesonly
the United Nations for the Pittsburgh Courier June-August ably applies to the majority of our listeners. The news from rarely felt.
1958, visited repullcs of CUBA, Venezuela, Panama, Chile", Vietnam is encouraging. Well that is, things haven't changed Black parents have long been determined to give their children -
Colombia, Ecuador, Argentina, Uraguay and Brazil writing on much since yesterday, and that certainly can be construed as the very best instruction available to man.

... "Racial Democracy Inside SouthAmerica- ,! QrJhePJttsburgh'Courier. _encouraging...A.h ou tiMLtroublethey'rebavingJaMissi--.. They still hope: In fact It was this grand open"that led to the
--- November 1960 visited Nigaria to cover the inaugu- ssippi. Well, maybe the folks down there aren't unhappy. Seems Supreme Court's school desegregation decision of1954. It is
ration of the first African Governor-General, N.Asikiweand that they feel they are misunderstood. They really tried todayto that same hope that now leads black parents to want control of
writing articles on the Inauguration economic opportunities, get their kids to desegregate but would you believe that all the schools their children attend.It .
Lagos and Nigeria's defense forces. And the many more assignments their school busses developed engine trouble? Washington's
covered by this great man are unlimited, Just as the feelings about this is thatthey really should get after the bus is all in the finest American tradition.Black parents are
wonderful positions he has held in his field. companies to hire qualified mechanics. This reporter had a adding their own insistent pressure to every level of govern-
Currently, he is literary editor of the Manchester Union request by former newsmen Cronkite and Huntley and/or ment and to the 13,000 schools in the country to give us an edu-

Leader, a contributing editor to the review of the news, a Brinkley to cover the annual television convention being held cation worthy of these times.

columnist on Africa for the magazine American Opinion, and in Chicago. In all fairness, to our viewers, and after lengthy We seem all in agreement on the important issues:
occasional writer for the North American Newspaper Alliance caucuses with our bureau chief, the president, we decided not Children should learn to read, and read so well that their
and a lecturer for the American Opinion Speakers Bureau. As to film the. goings-on there. It Is simply not right to expose life expands a thousand fold through the words of other men.

always, George Schuler stresses the importance of being an any impressionable members of our audience to a viewpointthat Children should learn how groups of people dwell together,
Individual before being a Negro, and in his own words, we see might in any way conflict with the chiefs. Rumors had and they should master this knowledge so that no man's styleof
the light_ "I have been in different to more blllingsgets and circulated that the conventioneers might march thrpugh the life Is alien to them. ;e
slander. So I've been free with criticism and the entire racist convention hall, and you know our feelings about marchers.
most of all children should be Introduced to the joy of ;
But
trend of the 19608. And, now, for your viewing pleasure, a fifteen minute film
Along with hisvarlous activities in the field of Journalism, showing the president and Mrs. Nixon visiting veterans hos- learning, in their own fashion, as their own wishes lead them.

we find Mr. Schuyler now working with the Philips Schuyler pitals, opening telegrams, and generally keeping busy.Stay at These are the important issues. Most groups raise every
Memorial Foundation so as to keep "alive" the works of his your set for our sign off, Immediately after this deeply mov- issue except the central one of quality education.

late daughter, PhllippaDuke Schuyler who as killed in aheli- ing film, as we will all stand and sing, "God Blss America." Black parents are convinced that for them true parenthood
copter accident when helping to transfer children to safetyin For those of you: who do not know the words just follow the Involves a freeing of the body and spirit of their children and
Vietnam, May 1967. She was the only child, a geniuS and white and black dot." to the extent this is furthered by education they are-s;commit
celebrated pianist-composer of Mr.and Mrs.George Schuylerthe "Goodnight, Richard. Goodnight, Spiro." ted.
( wife, Josephine now deceased one year after the passing
of Philippa (1968)) The word is much richer today While most parents are dissatisfied with the learning available
Ladies Of The Press On Guard!
because of the contributions of George Schuyler,and his family for their children no group is so committed to quality at

also his wife, a poet and his daughter a pianistcomposer Mrs. Connie Stuart, Mrs. Nixon's staff director, laid down any price as are blacks.

and we have the opportunity to keep the Philippa the new ground rules to the female press corps at the, white It is this intensity, this determination which may spearheadthat
Schuyler Memorial,Foundation in the forefront by letting Mr. "ladies of the is overdue.
house. According to Mrs. Stuart, press, carrying educational reform which so long
Schuyler hear from us from time to time at his home, 270 and notes while
recorders in their brassieres taking
tape be that it is the of black folk to be misunder-
Convent Avenue in New York City. white It may curse
not welcome at the
.. hidden behind the potted palms, are
house The White House is objecting to so many things these stood.
; } days, that it's losing its sense of humor We bring democratic ideals'one step closer to education in
r j' PHIL OSSOFER J I I For example, picture if you will, a female type reporter 1954 and the courts are accused of promising more than the

'..'. I chatting gaily with some high government official. She sud- nation can deliver.

is God male or female?This Catoir co-author of "T he I i denly says, "would you speak a little louder,please?", as she Black parents make the most passionate commitment on behalf
.unusual question arises from Challenge of Love: He writes:I i lifts herself up on her tippy-toes to enable the microphone to of their children and it is labeled "regressive.separatism j
an interesting newspaper itemin "most of the manuals 01;' get closer to the speaker. Agreed, this can be quite discon- ."
but that is neither here nor there. This reportingfeat
addressed
which God is described as ethics and spirtituality certing,
not being masculine. To quote to women and written shouldn't vex offljial Washbton too much.They certain- Black college students become the only groupofcollegiateswho
from the article: "It's woman by men -, confirmed the t i ly can't be mis-quoted and in addition, they might even get to argue over the content of the curr iculm and, they are called
who brings life into the world prejudice of subjection, anc I 1 know the ladies a little better. ingrates and malcontents. t
and God conceived the uni- exaggerated the Pauline attitude Another thing, Mrs. Stuart had her signals crossed if she White America is confused.
verse. Man cannot conceive. overlooking the fact tha t t thinks the ladies use the potted palms to take notes. I have it
God is not dead, she is in S. Paul was writing, no doubt t: on good authority a tape I once confiscated that the bushy
with the inspiration of the Holy r palms: afford the privacy the ladies needwithout having to
labor.ril along with the Idea Spirit, but also in the sociology lea 4 the room and miss any of the Juicy gossip that's being KEEP YOUR: FAMILY AND FRIENDS UP _. ONWHAT'S
that God go is not masculine.Nor of his time." bandied about. Whit better place than a bushy palm to change HAPPENING AT HOME
indicates different t: A "well brought lady' certainly can't reach into her
do I believe he (?) is feminine. Paul a tapes. up
God Is too high above all our belief in the equality betweei a i brassiere, in public, and change tapes without raising a few SUBSCRIBETO
and men and women in Galatians;i eyebrows.
of His being
concepts 3:28, which reads,-There Is!I i I suppose'that the rules will have to be abided by if future
is but human entity
sex a pro- invitations to White House functions are to be forthcoming,
neither jew nor Greek there t i
vided by the Creator to keep out of the whole thing. .. .
earth He is the is neither,bond nor free,there t'i but some of the Joy has been taken .
the populated.
male female foi> Especially for buxom lady reporters. No one will ever believe
and is neither pr :
un-created
Eternal, the don't have a tape recorder hidden in their you-know-
they
not corruptible flesh.As Jesus ye are all one in Jesui!;i
whats. mimes
said, "God is a Spirit,and they Christ. ifiiami
that worship Him mustwor- The idea of Godbeing femaleis
ship Him In spirit and truth." not really new, as this little
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I don not believe that womanis women's voting rights many [LETTERS TO THE EDITOR I Clip out and mail to: The Miami Times I:
lesser than man In the years ago indicates. Two wo-
i 6530 NW 15th Avenue Miami Flo. 33147
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It old one the '" : I II
eternal scheme of God. men, one a very .I
seems to me that the Idea of other very young, were put in I Or come to Office." I II
women's so-called Inferiority Jail after confrontation with Dear Sir, Name :
stems from an overemphasis the police in a demonstration. After reading the article on the front page of your paper I
on the statements of St. Paulin placed in adjoining cells, the about Mrs. Carl. We are proud of the her courage to stick to : Address 1 I II
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firstCorinthians(14:34-35) older woman heard the young the Job as a part of the Black community We know one fat Tom 1I
the inferior stationof one crying. She called to her, oa the E.O.P.L Board, ain't helping matters. He should Re- I
regarding I .State. I
I City_ ..Zip.THE ___._
women in the church. Itendto saying, "Dont't cry! Pray to I sign. IJ
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Ivan (Loco) Rolle, base fiddler of New York City is visiting # A I
his uncle, Ivan Rolle of 75 NW 49ti! Street.juuy \ .
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Gardiner DeLegard's hubby, Eddie, surprised hu PONTIPHFLETThis ByADLINE < i ,
family by coming down from Bluefield, Va. to spend the
Thanksgiving holiday and get acquainted with the Magic City. II ti
Sandra Taylor, Miss Voorhees College,Denmark,S.C.visiting -. week I'm very honoredto looked( upon In order to b< \ i;

her ailing grandfather, Herbert Taylor who Is recupera- present my:wonderful, guest, pace setters. My sweet little .. .
ting at home. guest Is a good reassurancethat Iil 4IF. I}
Friends of T. L. Johnson, Jr.of Manhattan were shockedto our Image Is a constant t fllfea :
learn of his death on Thanksgiving Day. solidifying one and represents 9'1el1ttf Mrs. Elosle
The family of Michael F. Crawford will travel McIntosh, maturity in it's utmost. Mo- Mr. and Mrs.Edgar Thomasof Kelly sweetlnr
Ga. for his wedding. Michael is the son of James and Alma ?i ther of four,Geneva finds time 1941 NW 153rdSt.,announced Bryant ment of announces her the engage. '
Crawford of Richmond Heights. The bride to be Is Weorsie r to attend all she is the engagement of their daughter Jamira daughter, Marilyn !t',:
Pauli, daughter of Mr,and Mrs Samuel L.Smith of Mclntosh.A to attend and participates with Jean Thomas to Mr.Artis Lee Sweeting to Mr, Jerry
speedy convalescence to Mrs. William (Monica) Hanna her heart. I know we will grow Larkin, son of Mr. and Mrs. native Hamilton of Mr. Hamilton, a
who has undergone surgery at Mt. Sinai Hospital. with my wonderful friend, James Larkin of 1960 NW 152 Freehold, New :
Guess whose Jersey, Is the son of Mr.Eddie i
coming to Miami. .President Angie Brooksof Mrs. Geneva McCrae. Terrace. !
the UN General Assembly. She will be the featured I hope you are listening to 1 Jean is a 1967 graduate of Hamilton Inez Hamilton, and the late Mrs \
speaker at the AKA's Founder's Cerebration Jan. 10"at the Blanche Calloway's "Pro-Miami CarolCitySr.High.She of Hastings'Florida. ,
DuPont plaza. Her theme will be of Youth Inter .
"Impact Upon gress Report" every Wednes also attended Miami Dade Jr.
national Affairs." A February wedding is t
plan-
day, three times a day. Fm 1 College. '
Christ Episcopal Church ended its Contest and the ned.
Acolyte sure you've noticed that we are 1 The wedding Is planned for
winner, little Gregory Jenkins grandson of Mrs. De- L
Emily featured In preparation to our January 17, 1970 at Greater I' i
lancey, Coconut Grove. Congratulations!
guest event forthcoming. The 1 New Bethel Baptist Church.
Ava L. Brown was happy to have her brother, Valentine -----<+u << '4- last broadcast proved to be
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Sheehy of Tampa pay her a visit. Val was In Miami to attend
the Model Cities Education Mrs. Geneva McCrae. Mrs. quite Interesting but not long ............................
Conference. McCrae has been with us onlya enough. What can you do In five : 1'."' MOtlitt I CTtOy '1
Diahann Carroll star of the TV series "Julia," will be in few months now and she was minutes? Our Miss Callowayis : GO TO CHURCH NiiR0i0111Ilk4BltK1
Miami Dec. 6 for a special appearance at the Cedars of Lebanon
the last member accepted in indeed the best publicist i SUNDAY

Anniversary Ball in the GraniJ Ballroom of the Fountaine- The Performing Arts So anyone can have, Iassure you. ............................. I
bleau Hotel. She'll present a full concert of her most popular ciety's cast for the"19 69 Fall ,

songs. Concert" to be held in a very
Florida's 1970 auto tags Orange numerals on a white few short weeks at the Hotel 0o

background. Fontainebleau. It is not quite
Thanksgiving holiday inNew york for Blanche Dean, Samuel, usual for us to give a relatively -
and Alice Harrison. They were the houseguests of Mr. Roth- new member this kind of immediate
well Smith But Ruble Mizell and sons, Erroll and Ralph exposure neverthe-
motored to Daytona Beach to celebrate_ _with_ the George (Joyce) less Geneva,'being-a'-mature

Engrams. adult, was what we were look-
Many Miamians attended the FAMU Tampa University Ing for Insofar as obtaining a
game last weekend. Some of those seen at the game were: good strong soprano voice capable -
Barbara and Fred Holland, Oliver and Blanche Gross, Curly of handling especially
Rooks, Mrs. Heider Davie and sons, Mrs.Clifford(Ann) Dyes written notes for her range. \
and daughters, Elizabeth Jones, Mr. and Mrs. David Curry, Mr. La Pierre repeats quite .!I
Dr. Johnnv'Jones.. often the fact that since Gene-
Get well wishes to Jamie L. Bryant at Cedars of Lebanon; va's entrance in the society, (
Hazel (Dean) Terrell at South Miami Hospital. we have improved our amplification -
Greater Miami Chapter of Links Inc., Mrs. Alonzo Fannin, considerably. Our
president entertained their husbands (Cuff Links) and their younger members are also
children, (Heir-0-Links) with a supper cruise up the Intra- rubbing shoulders with a very
Coastal Waterwayon Saturday. serious person and this illlmi- J
Al and Carmen Jackson and children spent Thanksgivingwith nates a great deal of attention Mti
AL's family In Ocala. ti
seeking among the members. 1i
The fifth annual "Singing Christmas Tree" production will It is so vital for us to accept :
be held at 8 p.m. Saturday,Dec 6,and 2:30 p.m. Sunday, Dec. that every moment is a :4\\
7, at Dade County Auditorium. Called "
Boy Dysmas, a
precious one since we do not
special drama and a 110 voice 26 foot high singing tree, the have the pleasure of meeting '
Southwest Miami High Concert Chorus and theAveryDancersare \ :
dally as will for instance a high y :
some of the features of the program. school chorus. And we are :
Peggy Lee daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Melvin Jones, 1521 ,
NW 69th Terrace and Mr. Otis Sbedrick son of Mr. and Mrs. .... .: .: ...: >..I w V w w x
Shack Shedrick or 10330 SW 173rd Terrace will be married on .1. ..
Sunday, Dec. 7, at Church of the Incarnation. ".1..,.. .... .,. if .. r ..
Philander Scott, Knoxville, Term a student at Tennessee iii-
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State was a rcent visitor to our city.She was the houseguest : J.'. .
of Mr. and Mrs. Isaac Black of Brownsville. : ;; ;"" 1: : S
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NBC TV is planning on a one hour special Christmas Day "/ij \#. ., j,t. ., Styled by t,.. i
telecast from the Washington Cathedral,which will feature the ;; ;;,)rw'. : ; i qorlcindA

newly authrized COCU Liturgy Over 1200 stations have requested i
the 15-minute 'radio ,.,' .. '''' \ )' ""
program featrulng a Meditation .,),''J. ';",,{\t >':i. ,
by the Presiding Bishop music by the Men and Boys' Choirof ; : ( .. .
the Cathedral of St John the Divine in New York. ;, .. ':

If your club .or organization is planning a Christmas pro- .' ,"'" ,''ll'J'i"' '" '
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ject, the Holiday Bureau 'of Dade's United Fund would like: to ".
know about It.. 'The Bureau and its OperattcrSantaClaus program ,\;" >
is designed to prevent jver-lappJngacUvltJesandlnsure bit of knit, with

t"at deserving families and individuals are reached. The lots pf ribbing. '
bureau can be reached by calling 377-0606 or by writing PO '
Mrs. Dorothy Dean
Fits I like
Pox 790, Miami. queenof a sweater,
the Soul
Shopping Plaza will
Carol (Cooper)Hanna spent the Thanksgiving holiday in Nas- represent the plaza stores so snug and hugging.The .
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sau with her family(E. R., Terra and Tameka). (Fishman Afro-man Barber
On December 12, a testimonial dinner for Marie Carl, executive Shop, Fishman Soul Brother short-sleeve topis
director of the War on Poverty will be held at the Dupont Grocery, Soulville Cleaners $14. The slacks are -
Plaza at 7 D.m.'The dinner ft being sponsored by the Neighborhood Fishman Amusement 4
Policy Board of the Economic Opportunity Program. Fishman African Room Center, only $18. The shorty "'
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'The Dade Public Safety Department will hold a bicycle auc- 41st St. and I7ta Ave. In the skirt is $11. The vest -
tion Saturday at 11 a.m. at the west side of 1320 NW 14th St. -
Orange Blossom
One hundred thirty bicycles, mostly found Items and unclaimed Classic Parade is just $14. In a =
will be sold for cash. Saturday
Out-of-towners attending the funeral of Deacon T. L. Tap- wave of dusty colors.

' pen were: Mrs. Pauline L. Mlley,Mrs.Sylemia Trotter. Mrs, From size 6 up.LORY'S. "
Annie J. Ford: California; Mr. and Mrs. Harvie Reid, Mrs.. DIVERSIFIED
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! FRIDAY NIGHT, DEC. 5th 9 P.M. UNTIL BY STANLEY "SWEETS" SWEETING
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I THE LITTLE RED BOOK: Former Miamian Rev Bertram
1 Collie, pastor of Emanuel United Methodist of Dallas, Texas,
NO BIGGER BURGER planning to break ground for an educational and social center
k 'p 1' building (to train youm for Vuer lives).Escorting -
ANYWHERE State Representative Glen Nabor to

f \ !\ \\\I\\I\\!\ I!: Houston, the duo will pick up State Senator
III\IIII\I\I\II\\IMI\III\II Iill\\
! liltlllLI\!"!\'!III'\,\,\ lip lipI Barbara Jordan, who'll be principal speaker
'dllllllil\ at the Dec 14 ceremonies. Other digni-

taries to grace the groundbreaking speak-
I\\\ I er's roster include Dr Newman
II\I\II\I\\III\ III pl president
; \ II"I of Howard of Brown-
I!,! ,! -Payne Baptist College
II I "I"'I"I wood; Senator Oscar Muzzy and Lt Gov Ben*

I, I Barnes Atlas Lodge of Elks now boasts|J
I I'"I"I '!IIiIIIIIL! ":1\11111111"\, 'Racoon Club--- -It's- a select.-err OUD of mem- :*
,\\11 \I'.' ., bers in operation to further enhance dignity and fellowship
,," 11111" ,, within the ranks. The 'Coons' will enter a float In Saturday's
I "' .... -- Orange Blossom Classic parade-an incentive bolster its
I IIi.II 1''"I .. :' 'III 'I\\ The Socialettes Social Club has donated $70.00 membership and operation.
."JI'I" ,1l
II '. .. :. to Variety Children's Hospital as part of their civic
l : I'' ""L. work in the community. Officers of the club include;. NOTES ON A NAPKIN: A piggy-back production of two
;,' lillil IIIII 1IIIIIIIil I Mrs. ,Geneva Kelly, president; Mrs. Martha Jackson, dramas highlighted the art centers of Miiml-D-i: )Junior Col-

JiiulU vice president; Mrs..Mattie Gerald, treasurer; Mrs. Mary lege -- North and South campuses. Joseph Heller's play 'We
'''""lIlIhlhilllll "!IIi U n Stokes, financial security; Mrs. ,Fay Lipscombe, recording Bombed in New Haven' went on stage Wednesday(Dec 3) at
Miami-Dade (South) and is a Caravan Players'production.On
/4 POUND OF PURE LEAN BEEF secretary; Mrs. ,Lottie Grady, business manager
.c
Dec the Pen 'A Man For All
with soul ; Mrs. ,Corine Williams, chairman, Sick Committee Thursday ( 4) Players opened
uuceCHAMPBURGER 0 Seasons.: The Robert Bolt drama highlighted the boards of

tr St. Miami-Dade (North) both specs will run through Sunday
9 Augustine's College
49pI':l ; SALT WATER TAFFY: Nassau Novelty: High schools on the

Organizes Alumni ChapterSt. New Providence strip reportedly boasting football teams a-la
Americana .,And a,inarching ban, tI'r8: consisting of boys
'aS1I' and girls march in fast cadence (a-la FA MU)to the exotic but
Augustine's College Alumni President Prezell R.
Una ttrwt*M N. W.17th Avenue of music As of months
rhythmic tunes Calypso two ago
,IZM 6rnd Avenue. Cecetiut Grew .. which Is headed by Reform Robinson, unleashed its"one-
Nassau boasted its one-millionth tourist for 1969 Nas-
two relations
public! punch"on
sauvian George Huyler houseguested here with uncle and aunt
the city oi Miami last week,
with specific orders to organize Roosevelt and Mae Thurston last weekend. .. Bethany Chap-
ter No.1 OES dollar ducats for to Nas-
ttttttt. a chapter here- ( ) peddling plane trip

"come hell or high water!I" sau.

Flying into Raleigh,home of
THE WEEK'S WASH: Dorothy Ambrister's shapely cherub
St. Augustine's, last Thurs-
Cheri LaGreer to wed James E. Copeland Dec 13 at 5:00 at
day, was Peter G. (Pete) Hol-
Antioch Baptist in Brownsville. Reception bash at 2939 NW
den, president of St. Augustlne's -
National Reform 48th Ter Two masked bandits with black stocklns cover-
BUDGET ing their heads, held up Atlas' Lodge Elks'Home' last Sun-
t Alumni, who was joined at the
i Raleigh-Durham Airport by day ayem at 8:00, tieing up Elk biggie Harold Higgs before

St. Augustine's public relation scampi'1'1' off with approximately $3,000 in loot {

director, Purdie Anders, who
is also Reform Executive STUFF AND SUCH: Olive Rolle's son Leon Dorsett has a

Secretary, and in less young'un Leon Jr, who's now 4-weeks old.. Helen Ross left
HOMEr than 45 minutes the two men town last Friday for Dawson, Ga to bury her dad Tom Cooper
were airborne where they who died Nov 25 following a lingering illness. Catherine
jountly mapped plans for a PeterFim iud son Phillip Jr spent Turkey Day with daughter
Miami Alumni Chapter. Phyllis Pftei'son-Mack in Savannah, GaPhillip to remain
The visitors were met at\y,there to resume his academic studies Peggy Dean and
this resort city's International Carmetta Cash-Brown among those attending Alpha Phi Chi's
STORE Airport by Father Stafford regional confab in Birmingham, Ala.
Sweeting rector of the African -
I Orthodox Church of SWEETS' TREATS: Opa-locka's 27th Ave A& Psuper mart
Christ the King. Soon other 'passing out' cigars in customers' packages- labeled "It's
A now iIK f Miami alumni reformers Join- a girl! No other messagealong revealing who the parentsare.
open ,J ed the trio to finalize plans for (Maybe it's a new arrival for Mr A and Mrs P?) ,
I the new chapter's meeting. Metro prison guard Ernest Stlrrupand Henry Clarke of JamesE.
The organizational meetingwas Scott Housing Project's custodial staff(both Tuskegeeans)
staged last Friday evenIng back from the Institute where they witnessed'Skegee's home-

Father Lambert Sands, coming Turkey Day football tnt...Beauteous Connie Felder-
rector of St. Agnes Episcopal Poitier-Porter back to Chicago after a visit to her ailing dad
> Church here, welcomed the Dave Felder of Our Town.
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group. i ti

Executive Secretary MIAMI MUSINGS: The Hon Arthur D. Hanna, Deputy Prime
ders, gave highlights of the St.Augustine's Minister of the Bahamas, guest-spoke Sunday(Nov 30)during
Development the Bahamian-American Federation's second annual(RSVP) ,
Plan, after which he showed banquet held at the puPont Plaza hotelat ft 00.. A gourmet dinner ,-
films, of St. Augustine's cam- was served. Loral Park elementary librarian Mildred
pus activities and the fall Washington was one of featured guest lecturers at Barry
Virginia Beach Alumni Con- College's Wednesday morning forum last week. The talented
vention. National reform' schoolmarm (a resident of Miami Beach's exclusive North
alumni President Holden ad Bay Village) deliberated on 'Contemporary Black Literatureon

dressed the group after Mr. an Elemeafary Level' ?PercivalBrown n, stude at Vir-
Anders and he outlined the national ginia Theological Seminary among those athome for Thanks-
alumni association's gobbling.
proposed reforms.
Father Sweeting, a 1957 SCRATCH MY BACK: I suppose you can call It perfect
timing but the 3rd annual session of
graduate of St. Augustine's the Black Summit Leadership -
College introduced the visitors Conference (BSLC) goes into Johnson Hall of St John's
'and outlined tentative Baptist Saturday ayem at 9:00.: It's a statewtde-for'im for
plans for the newly organized Black community leaders and in addition to local represen-
Miami chapter. Among his tation, 'others expected are leaders from COPE, A. Philip
plans was a proposed bus tripto Randolph Institute and Scholarship, Education and Defense
St. Augustlnes' homecoming Fund for Racial Equality Breakfast will be served at 8:30
activities on Feb.20,1969. The Nelson Adams and son Nelson III ate Thanksgiving
Father Sweeting was then dinner In Tuskegee and B'hamAla,'V'lare they visited daughter -
1 Jointly appointed the acting and soninlaw the Major (Scevla) Hollands and grandson

of the Miami Mark.
president chapter -
Hurryl I We've |Iud opened the doers of our new Budget Flame Store -. and wo
.. CONFIDENTIALLY YOURS: Pending mergers: Richey Mitchell -
have some of the thriftiest home values Miami hat ever .n. The prices are a
fraction of what you'd expect to pay because WO'YO kept, our,overhead at a Packing all that they could and Judy Haraptoi. Jimmia Wright and Barbara Kitchen ;i
ii minimum, because wo'ro able to make special volume purchases from top manufacturers into and already Jam-packed Willie James Campbell and Marie Miller Clark. .
because w. can make drastic reductions on floor samples and discontinued weekend, Holden and Anders Richard Weaver and Emma Ramsey. ..Thomas Martin Pal-
styles from other stores. All Budget Homo Store sales are final, no refunds visited Miami's leading black mer and Barbara Jean Smith. Samuel'Johnson and Elnora

exchanges or layaways, please. Nominal charge for delivery. dominated high schools, Fri- Felts William Compton and Jeanette Bell. Roy Rozer

day morning.and afternoon and Bernice Vickers Luster Winn and Frances Wright
where \they talked with coun- ..Willie Holmes and Dorothy Rolle. Van Lester McKlnzy
celors and students and left and Maxine Hudson. ...That's brother, from jour one-man-
St. Augustine's brochures and newspaper who knows everybody and everybody's racket but
entrance applications. who Is allways giving some poor sucker a breakl!

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. Joe Frazier in Exhibition Bout FridayRandy

Clark, one of the i amians Stormy Winters and Bouts featuring nationally-
finest heavyweight prospects Irish Johnny Doyon in another ranked fighters In every divi-
in the game, has been added welterweight bout and Tony sion are scheduled at least
to the card featuring championJoe Smith, Virgin Isles, and Joe once a month from now on at
Frazier, who will box two I Moss of Goulds in a middle- Dinner Key, located just off
exhibition rounds each with a weight event. MiddleweightPedro South Bayshore Drive andSW
pair of opponents,Friday,De Gomez of Bogota, Colombia 27th Ave. For reservation call
cember 5, at the Dinner Key also will see action. 448-1575. r
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Auditorium.
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Tiger Jones of Trinidad In a J'I"S" I 1"I['\ I .. .
four-rounder while another ,I" : I '(, ,'._ ., I'_, ,P
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prime Miami prospect Otis I."i .. y c
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wilt ">e on the card,which spot- !', I
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Warner and Moreman Wil THEJOAN GREATEST STORY
Hams The tltllst is scheduled I
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workouts at the Dinner Key EVER FILMED!
gym, which boasts one of the
finest facilities of Its kind in I :

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$6 Million In Loans Obtained I.\;. ,'., sali w


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For Black BusinessWashington I .


The loans were obtained since which is funded by the Eco-
D.C. ..Th,approval ,January through the League's nomic Development Admini- j
of more than$6 million Project Outreach, a manage- stration of the Commerce De
in loans for blackbusiness-
ment and technical assistance partment. Evaluating its per
men, with $5.9 million pend- program. formance on a $550,000 EDA n vJ 1 BY DAVE BONDU i

ing, was announced by Berke- Burrell made the announce- contract, he commented,"The "

ley G. Burrell, President of ment in a nine-month reportof favorable cost-benefit ratio r'I' ,)isacxrr ,)OID(, >J .
the National Business League. the activities of the Project, for minority business development

is clearly Indicated by
It's Orange Blossom Classic time again. Once more it will
the accomplishments of Pro
be a time for seeing old friends and making new ones. Bands
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ROBERT LANIER Burrell also ,
PRESENTS AT THE ject Outreach. .,'
will be playing; youngsters will be marching or watching the
cited the cooperation of the 58
parades and most of us will be bending the elbow all day and all
CLUB ROYAL vital factor
NBL chapters as a
e"9Q,9fAte"t
in the Implementation of Out night. 'Hotels will be jammed and night clubs will be jumping.
This year, the big doings will be at the Dupont Plaza Hotel
\ 22.75 NW 62nd St. reach goals. Mr. & Mrs. F.L. (Doretha) after the game. A fantastic show and dance starring Little
The Project was Initiated in
Johnson, 1891 NW 74th Terr.,
Della Humphrey, Sasparilla'Mae, Step Hall and his band plusa
FOR THE July 1967 and now offers minority Miami, and Mr. Robert L.
host of other entertainers. I understand that Dave Prater of
entrepreneurs specialized 'Scott of Tallahassee,Fla.,announces Sam and Dave will also be there as an invited guest star along

CLASSIC WEEKENDTHURS. training and counselingin the engagement of with Ella Washington.That where lam going after the game.
areas such as loan packaging their Brenda
daughter Joyceto
As for the parades this year, Ihear that they are both goingto
marketing and site loca- Jesse Kineard, Jr., son of
be out of sight. There are tighter restrictions on the typeof
., FRI., SAT & SUN. tion, business problem solving Mrs. Rose Kineard, 1029 NW and to
floats that can be used, promises be great.
A Showcase of Stars With Ml T BAKER contract and bonding pro- 83rd St., Miami,and Mr.Jesse The game should be an exciting one. Both FAMU and

curement, and the establish Kineard, Sr., Winter Haven, Grambling have great teams and they are great rivals.It .

ferry Cruz and his band ment of local development Fla. really seems that with allot the prl.lJ1.t.D) > that have been
I tan d| companies. Both are teachers of Douglas around us, Classic time kinda makes them disappear Into the
vocalic IaYer SaxoPhone Sa/n/ny Project Outreach is opera Elementary School. A June
P on background. So have a ball for Orange Blossom Classic time
organ guitar SINGER tive nationally in ten cities: wedding is planned. Drive carefully if you don't drink; and don't drive at all, if

Candy on DRUMMER Atlanta, Chicago, Cleveland, you do drink, take a sober friend along, to do the driving.
Columbus, Durham, Jackson, FORT VALLEY ALUMNIThe

Mr. ,Lee, Your host and M. C. featuring Memphis, Norfolk, Richmond, QUICK NOTE DEPARTMENT: Clarence Edwards is havinga
and Seattle. The National Bus Greater MiamiChapterof
this at St.John's Church 1328
meeting Saturday Baptist NW
the
UTt\S "THE ONE ARM BANDIT" iness League maintains a pro- Fort Valley State Col-
3rd Avenue at 9 a.m. for the Black Summit Leadership Con-
fessional staff in each city to lege Alumni Association met
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t ference. It Is, an Important meetingconcerningthe block-vote
A.J. ColleyThe provide program, services for 'at the home of Mrs. Joan
one-fourth
of and millionblack
one people in Florida.Be there
Ducksworth for their
the local minority business November
Big Bundle because your vote counts with the rest of them < Our deep-
$* meeting. Plans were made
,of Dynamite \, And Starring community. for this coming Friday night'sPreOrange est sympathy to Bill Wynn and family In the loss of his father

Jackie ValdezWith GRAYSON Blossom Classic .Neal Adams,former County Commissioner, is gonna cele-.
BEAUTY SALON brate for the entire month December with some.Rrp?t ioeC >
Her Snake Hospitality Hour at the McAl-
Enchanting (Newly Open) lister hotel. We are asking all ials for his customers and friends.Neal has been In the grocery
1778 NW 95th Street business for thirty years serving the people of this com
chapter members alumni and
Added attraction: Exciting Go-Go Dancer: LITTLE Don't that have date at the
.
Tel: 6? 5560 former students to come out munity forget you a Dup'jnt
MAMA D. C. Manager will be on hand with his out and meet Plaza on December 12th when the EOPI Neighborhood Board
Special attention to children with your collegues,
of-sight barmaids and soulful Mr. Willie in the kit friends and dignitaries from members will honor Mrs. Marie Carl, executive director of
Expert Wig Stylist EON, with a testimonial dinner. It Is slated to be one of the
chen. ADMISSION Conditioned the college. Please wear a blue
: $1.00.WWWUWuWWU Air
of the Tickets and be at
and gold ribbon shaped in the highlights year. are $5 can purchased
Louella Groyton, Prop. form the office of public affairs of EOPI at 395 NW 1st Street.
Sarah Cooper, Operator of a "V" recognition
of our college family.compu Miami Times Editor Garth Reeves, has returned from his i
r trip to Israel. He has a picture that was taken with his hands

pressed against the famous wailing wall.After an explanation,

he said he was not being frisked, he was praying. It was
graduation day at Model Cities for the, folk in the program

known as Operation Mainstream. This program, under the
EOPrs CEP, has wonderful folk'ranging In age from 44 to 60

years' of.age have been learning how to become neighborhood

workers. They have learned well,and were graduated on Tues-,
day in a beautiful ceremony, We congratulate h of them for
J1!
their success ,. We now have two more .". as you would
i4 say. black"Sgts. on the Miami Police Force, Motorcycle'
officers Bob Ingram and patrolman Boyd have recently received -

af-.+: promotions. We salute them on their Initiative and stick-
w M
Yy ,. rw It-tlveness The City of Miami's'country club, Miami
Springs, is beginning to look like a golf course since our City

%i' If! ( Manager, M. L. Reese, selected Paul Turcottmanager of the
I*' .f beautiful LeJeune golf course) as the greenskeeper. Now we

have two courses that we can really be proud of. Now, how
OOtrvS 'about that concession? It sure needs to be opened in a hurry.

Miami Springs manager, Norman Durbin has informed that

greens fees will be $4.50 regardless of your residence. Here-

d ; 2/ ; ;;:, tofore, it cost more for people ,who did not live in the city to

__ II play,

rvk 11 I went to the Sea-Aquarium a few weeks back and much tot ,

O r / my surprise I found that Negroes just do not go. At any show,
you can count thebrothers and sisters on one hand and most of '<

ers are them are tourists. And Fll bet you didn't know that at most of '
: these attractions'' are free to you after your first trip if,

}Y color- t 1100At you' are a,,resident ot Dade County. For instance, if you go, i

there,once and pay the regular admission fare, they will give :|t
you a card with Identification that will entitle you to attend, I ;

R. J. Reynolds, the right man gets the promotion, no any show (or attraction) again within a year. This makes It
matter what his color. It's part of the way we've been Mr,M very nice for you to afford to take your out of town guests and

honoring our commitment to equal opportunity. A way not have to pay for yourself over and over again or, have your
that is new and different. Our people have more than n guest feel obligated to pay for you. Take the kids out to these
just a job they have a career opportunity with a bright i.
wonderful attractions that Dade County offers to millions of
back offer with the best '
4 rewarding future.And we up car }
4' training can provide. '4& y tourists every year.
'' Here Is how it is: %l ;5 a
It is 700 summer jobs right now 1 We have been telling you about getting rooked on coupons
it is 1 of every 4 jobs for BlacksIt | and other items that are everyday necessities, so I would like,
L is everybody starting even. I[ to tell you how, about two places I found recently that really
But starting even is not enough. We let the give you your money's worth. There is a Jewelry company on
computers Identify who is eligible for training< North Miami Avenue that has been there for many a year. 1beyI
and who gets the promotions. Prejudice justisn't ,
| were sponsors on our Mr. and Mrs. Swing Show on WMBMin
Regardless
part of our computer programming.
k of color promotion and additional training 1953 when other merchants in the jewelry business did not

>'. for promotion goes to the worker with the most I care whether the black community bought from them or not*
iii .- ,:::f:: : seniority. They have always had Negroes in salesmen-saleswomen-of-"

if: }:; ; :;\ I fice positions and still do.Well, Iwentlooking for a watch that

t'i/i f"tJ ; Mayme wants for Christmas and after pricing the same watch
44 ij,', in three stores, found it $17 cheaper at Original Rubins. did c

vv At R. J. Reynolds I not ask him how he could afford to sell for so much less, I
h > F" I\ things are on the move / J** bought it, and looked around at many other bargains they have.

r >: : : And SubudxrlH TObaCCO Product This is the kind of business we should support, and save money

'{{ rood Induttri Product!Corn* Product Shipping ,;r ./ |f at the same time The other is Sam's Tires at 1290 NW
h Aluminum Product y s :Ii: 79th Street. He will not only sell you the best tires at the low-
Ihclutinf Mat.nal. ;rk ; est prices but will see that they are properly mounted, balanc-

j and aligned. All of the guys who work there are nice guys
work there are nice guys and believe In giving you the best

l L ly led service. That,is the place when you need rubber on wheels

Ej ,.; ; of rubber on heels That is It for this week. Till

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Readers, hL'k'r'd'; like to talk with you abouta certain I -
four letter word which Is used frequently without being scornedat. COMMUNITY
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The word r in talking about is"LOVE". Perhaps I shouldn't ,4 I Sherry Dunn and Edward Thrasher were married last Sunday .
merely say that love is only a word uttered by one person to at Snell's Temple.
another. Love is more. I

Most people understand love to mean simply love between Diane Spratling and Charleston Bargman will be married
the sexes. It does mean this,but also much more. On the deepest + }b 1 'December 27. Diane is the daughter of Mr. and Mrs Earl

level, love is an "instinctive force present in every person sB Spratling of 3435 Frow Avenue. Diane is a graduate of FAMU.

from birth to death. It is a profound urge to preserve and She is presently teaching at Frances S. Tucker Elementary,
extend life by means of union with another living force, and it Happy birthday wishes to Arlene Deloris Smith and Glendema
expresses itself through an exchange of energy that mutually Coleman.
strengthens and rejuvenates."

Love is born when the child rests in its mother's arms. Get well wishes to Mr. R. J. Johnson and Alberl Daniels at

From this beginning, love grows until it includes the love of Baptist Hospital and Mrs. Rosetta Jackson and Mrs. Beatrice
family and friends, of school and country,and of all the world. Finder at home.
Love also means love of self. This is an aspect often ignored,
yet it is of importance for without self-love, one cannot Sincere sympathy to Mr. Lawrence Nealy and family Mr.
love anyone else. Love also means love of God, a love that Marshall Williamson and family and the Counts family

sustains us when human relationships crumble. "
Love is all of one piece-from the love of mother and childto In January, 1970, at 7:30 p.m. at 2820 McFarlane Rd., the

the love of sweethearts, husbands and wives, and friends. Sod 25w &i 01 dc> Wed Senior Citizens of Coconut Grove will celebrate their 5th
It is present, too, in the laborer's devotion to his work, in the 1 .annual Christmas party. The organization extends an invita-
teacher's solicitude for her pupils, in the physician's dedication tion to the general public. As always a special program is

to his art. All that heals, protects, and inspires-all This week as my soul brother, I have Neal Yaeger being planned for this occasion. Mrs. Arimintha Roberts,who
this is a part of love. Neal is 17 years of age and is a senior at Edison High was 83 years young on Nov. 28, will again give origin of

To say that one wJl perish without love does not mean that School. He is interested in music, sports and girls. Christmas. The members will also exchange gifts, refreshments -

everyone without adequate love dies.Many do,for without love Way to go soul brother, Neal !111 I You are really out 1 will be served after the program.:
the will to live is often Impaired to such an extent that a per there I 111-! Johnson of Miami. !
son's resistance is critically lowered and death follows. But I
most of the time,lack of love makes people depressed, anxiousand I To continue the Christmas festivities on Dec. 27 at 8 p.m.
without zest for life. They remain lonely and unhappy, the Congress of Senior' Citizens will have their installation

without friends or work they care for,stripped of all creative dinner dance at the American Legion, 6410 Blvd. and 64th St.
action and joy. 1 df1tltd Tickets may be purchased by contacting Mr. Sylvester Smith,

Love is not primarily a relationship toa specific person; it 443-2649, for transportation to the meeting on the first and
is an attitude of character which determines the relationshipof third Friday nights call Henry Tucker,444-1057; Leo Russell,

a person to the world as a whole, not toward one object of 445-4798; Mrs. Mersay Baker, 443-0776 and Mrs. Esther
love. If a person loves only one other person and is apatheticto II0U4 Armbrister, 4452126.

the rest of his fellowmeu, his love is not love. If you truly

love one person you love all persons, you love the world, you IN OUR SCHOOLS:
love life. If you can say to somebody else, "I love you," You BY BRENDA WASHINGTON The Coral Gables Cavaliers will start off -basketball

must be able to say, "I love in you everybody, I love throughyou season by playing the Coral Park "Rams" December 5 at
and the world, I love in you also myself." Coral Park.
"It's time to give thanks to all and to that
Saying that love refers to all and not to one does not imply, i very special one
however, the idea that there areno difference-'J between various this known as Thanksgiving." And oh how the days Congratulations to James Bouie and Jack Brasington, mak-
types of love. For instance, there is Brotherly Love. The seem so short, why, I find that before one starts the day is ing all city first team in offense. BlllNogent, Mitchel Bergen
ending. There's
so much _
most fundamental kind of love is brotherly love.By this I mean turkey to stuff hussleandbussle why, there's the and John Bowen, all city defense team. The second team selected
and
the sense of responsibility, care, respect, knowledge of any it's all over, well not the quite magre there's of a pumpkin into a pie Now from Gables High was Luis Arte a, Mike Ostapoff and
other human beta*, the wish to further his life. This is the turkey for Monday night, Richard McCond.
Tuesday night and before
kind of love the Bible speaks of when it says: love thy neigh salad. you know it Saturday there's turkey

bor as thyself.Brotherly love is love for all human beings. If There was a big question at Names mentioned for Honorable Mention were: Dean Colson,
Frank
you have developed the capacity for love,then you cannot help during children's book week "what is C. Martin Elementary Larry A. James, Steve Benson, E. J. McDougal, Glen
loving your brothers. In brotherly love there is the experienceof The children your book power Q?" Cameron, James Glover and Ariez Iglesia.
really
enjoyed themselves
union with all of human with stories and film In Class
men, solidarity. Brotherly love is AA- Gables High ranked number one.
strips shown in the
based on the experience that we all are one. The differences library. And what week would be complete

in talents, Intelligence, and knowledge are negligible in comparison third without grade a play class? Thursday and Friday, Mrs. Maybelle Green's On Dec.21,there will be a Christmas party given at Frances

with the identity of the human core common to all The presentation left presented no doubt the in play the"The minds Magic of all of that Books.there" S. Tucker Elementary. Parents and the public is invited.

men. is indeed magic in books. To James Hall! I've answered your letter several times
Brotherly love is love between equals: but, indeed, even as participated Students in the upper grades also but all of them keep coming back.
by
equals we are not always 'equals;' inasmuch as we are human in finding their own venturing book their minds to challenge a book quiz

we are all in need of help. Today 1, tomorrow you. But The Second power Q.
this need of help does not mean that the one is helpless, the Baptist banquet was more than a success. I can't
other powerful. We must remember that black is beautiful and their express how much appreciation goes out to the community for

nothing in the entire universe can change that'if we don't vices support. The,key speaker was Mr. Robert Simms. Ser Harrell PhotographyPRESENTS
were rendered
want it to be changed. tial by Second Baptist Choir No. 1 and Celes
Choir. Music
Love of the whites, love of the helpless one, love of the poor Hamond Stockdale.instructors were Mr. Elmo Sparks and Rev.
The
and the stranger, are the beginning of brotherly love. (Of black spirituals. programs accent was on traditional

course, some are going to take a bit longer to accomplish than
others for instance "love of the whites" -but we must mere's Whenever you miss seeing the "lawn of the month" winner Baby Talk!

begin) To love one's flesh and blood is no achievement green. It's a reason. Let's start watering our lawns to keep them '
"therefore love the stranger" very windy now and the trash and litter will blow
your ... Lets
Next type of love is erotic love- Love between a boy and in our way.community.keep our surrounds clean to show our pride

a girl. Brotherly love is love among equals.Different as they There will
are from each other, they hare in common that they are by Jr. High School be a fashion show, Dec. 14 at Richmond Heights

their very nature not restricted to one person, if I love my gins as chairman sponsored by Bethel Baptist, with Mrs. Wig
and
brother, I love all my brothers; if I love my child, I love all ca of Florida: Linda as a special feature Miss Black Ameri

my children; I love all children, all that are in need of help. at the contest., Lockman will display her wardrobe, won
Blacks, whites, reds, rich, poor_all people. Erotic love is Come see all the now fashions.

different. It is exclusive. The loved person becomes as well

known. Erotic love is exclusive, but loves in the other person ,.
all of mankind.To .

love somebody is not Just a strong feelingit is a decision
Prejudice is
it is a Judgment, it is a promise. If love were only a that love is a battle and a challenge. We may be grateful '
feeling, there would be no basis for the promise to love each love is being infused within our lives. We can
other forever because a feeling comes and goes. stronger than hate. We can hope that love wUUvef
come hatred and
Brotherly love, erotic love,are all self giving and altruistic I resentment. Y E'i i
; however, thee is one love which is greater than all of retreat sajr,in with all my heart and soul that we must never call .

thse. That is love of God, because God is Level! our war against hatred, prejudice, inequality, In.
The world is a dangerous place!But then it always has been certain justice, and tyranny. To fight and to win ths war we need I SEE I YOU SHOULD PUT GOD BEFORE

and probably always will be. It is our duty and glory to face that doesn't weapons.work .I.think. I we should give LOVE a try. And I If DOING YOUR OWN THING.'" RIGHTI!

this danger and make order out of chaos, love out of hatred.In .... . . .
my 15 year life span already I am witnessing the tragic JUST A LITTLE BIT OF NEWS FROM OUT OF THE MOUTHS, OF BABES"
Vietnamese War, and experiencing hatred.Nevertheless,I am rd like to send -
firmly convinced that the world is actually a better place thanit congratulations out to Sharon Dyes for be. 2 WEEKS
was in my parents day. coming a nominee for Homecoming Queen at Edison SPECIAL
Congratulations are also sent out to
True the world is still full of tyranny and Columbus I 18X10
cruelty, prejudice for their fantastic
conduct and thenJaml BMW
and bigotry,but good is also organized as never before. against Archbishop playing during IMXtt' PROTRAITS ONLY 4.95
Curley and
their
The tyrants dictators and bigots are even forced to the unbelieveable referee
use And oh
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yes toH. whobit into
the
heart of 3S19'N.W.
very'words that mean so much for menBlack and White congratulations to the game). More IJ AVE. MIAMI, FLORIDA
Jackson. Pm with
-Words llke'freedom, democracy, peace. Though they distort So until next week, readers you all the way Big J. Call 635 9287It
remember -
the words, they must use them. I LOVE YOU III I i I always to "*. *;


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Greater Involvement By. Negro Colleaes In Federal Urban Proarams .
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The dynamic changes of the to rhetoric designed to con- lution, the wholly inadequate nating from Negro colleges."To ventional white institutions. which canbe made by our black
modern world and the role of vince citizens they should be employment opportunties this point," he said, However, in the field of urban colleges .. and it is this input I
Negro colleges in shaping happy because they are better available to nOD-white citi Federal funds have gone almost and minority problems, thereis which has been absent from
those changes were stressed off than they were 10 years zens. exclusively to our con a compelling contribution so much of our planning."
today by Samuel C. Jackson, ago." He called upon non-white --
Assistant Secretary of the U.S. "You are telling the Na- students and institutions of
Department of Housing and tion,' he added, "that poverty learning to devote themselvesto
Urban Development. powerlessness, and se- the solution of these pro- w At
Addressing the Founder's cond-class citizenship have blems in a framework of com
Day Celebration at Shaw Uni- had their day." plete dedication. He noted that
versity, a leading Negro institution The HUD official noted that the problem of the cities and
in Raleigh, N.C., Mr. the urban crisis has many facets its disenfranchised had a par-
Jackson told an audience of a critical Housing ticular relevance to the Negro
undergraduates: "You are shortage, the concentration of undergraduate.Mr. .
students in rapidly-changing ethnic and economic groups in Jackson called upon the
world. You and your collea- separate enclaves in the great Federal government to sponsor
gues are telling us that this metropolitan centers, the urban projects, studiesand
Nation cannot afford to return disaster of environmental pol- technical programs ema- 3
k bPLANTING

Joseph Mooney Named Model Citie's ChiefThe

man who directed I Concern" has been namesi Cities programs in Miami
Gainesville's "0 p e fa t1 0 i state coordinator for Model Tampa and elsewhere in
Florida.
Joseph K. Mooney, admin-
EXCITING WIG SALELADY istrative aide to Gainesville
City manager Harold Farmer,
LEE SAYS SOCK-IT TO 'EM RATTLERSLook was named to the new state
Your Loveliest for the Weekend. post by James G. Richardson,
OUR FAMOUS WASH 'N WEAR NEVER secretary of Community
NEEDS SETTING Affairs. R
Governor Claude Kirk
commented -
100% Kanakelon Wig that Gainesville "is
making more progress than SEEDS are these students at Edison Park Elementary School,
Curly Top \\\ any other city as a model part of the SEEDS FOR SCHOOLS" program of the City of Miami Beautifica-
With $14 I-,city and we are fortunate to tion Committee, who distributed seeds to the public schools with the help of the I
; have a man who has been so Junior Red Cross. Left to right: rRona CollinsKevin Shaw,Phyllis Nolan, Scott
'Tapered Back deeply involved Rivera, Armando Nieves, Luz Azeveda.

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Come TogetherWell The thirty-third annual public school system. Question: How can I select the clothing shades most becom-
graduation exercise of the There werethirty-seven
ing to me?
Sunlight School of Cosmeto- graduating seniors and three
the have returned From: Leomia Minnis, a teacher.
moon men and all is well. They have
instructors in Of the
held training.
logy was Sunday Novem-
gone more than a million miles Into space,walked on the moon My answer: No facet of fashion projects your individuality -
ber 23, at the Church of theOpen thirty-seven seniors, three
and returned bringing back samples and rocks of the moons the essence that is you-as will color. The shades on you Per-
received for their
Door. Mistress of trophies exceptional -
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surface to be studied and tested by our scientists.; That means sonal Colorscope were selected according to three laws of
behavior
work
monies for the occasion or
was
more and more money. rocks of the moons, color. adhering to these, you can determine the value of
while in school. Mrs. Melvia
I understand that one suit for an astronaut cost almost a Mrs. Eugenia Thomas. The any hue to your skin, eyes and hair.To enhance your skin, the
eloquent speaker was Mr.Da- Turnquest received a trophyfor
colors that wear must contain the same underlying tones.
half-million dollars. Now I am not knocking the you
moon trip or
anything pertaining to the advancements in science but for the vid Francis, a teacher in the the best hairstyling abU1- It is the intensity of color that sparks your hair. Never let the
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ty. Mrs. Emery Johnson received -
life of I can't understand why we spend so much money to brilliance of a hue exceed that of your dresses. And the colorof
for most
one being congenial
go to the moon and bring back samples of rock and there are and Mrs. Mellonese your eyes,unless they are hazel, is deepened by a shade that
people in Liberty City who are literally starving. Moultry, for her scholastic matches them or is slightly darker.When wearing a contrasting -
I saw a program on TV the other night where people in partsof ability. color, be careful that its brilliance does not outshine that

Africa are starving to death because of some political fric- It memorable tof your iris.
occasion
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tion between this country and its'rival We have food in ware- for the who } Color type: Your color type is Warm Brunette,this classi-
graduates
fication was determined by the undertones in your skin (ochre)
houses going to waste here in America.I wonder why can't we have struggled for seven
find some way to get them CARE packages. Atlrwe r months to prepare themselves color of hair (black) color of eyes (brown).

Moreover, I wonder why people right here in Miami won't for a successful career. They Colorscope: Your best colors are.

help their own people. For two weeks I have been asking for )1 were reminded of their roleto Reds: Shrimp, geraniun, Chinese, Chinese, rust, maroon.
some help for Mr. Hadley and his crew to give food and gro- play in struggle for suc Blues: (Vivid shades) Peacock, ultramarine (royal 1) red

ceries to the needy and it is a shame to say that almost no one M.qaqeiteat. cess. They are willing to let purple.
heeded the pleas and called the Miami Times to offer donationsIn their light shine so that otherscan Greens: Bitter almond, kelly, bottle.

food or money to help the underprivileged learn from their workand Yellows: Lemon, daffodil, gold.

By the time you read this article Thanksgiving will probablybe from the examples they set in Grays: Dove and taupe. ,
over and r m sure by some hook or crook the good lord and j' their lines. Brown: Beige, golden', mahogany, tortoise shell.

Mr. Hardley we have fed many people that needed it, but the Mr. & Mrs. Julius have White: Ivory.
point is we can't seem to get our people together to help each /" \, worked with many graduating Black: With touches of brilliant color.

other when we need It the most. classes. However, they do not Avoid: Pale pastels. ,
The Cubans help the Cubans, the Spanish help the Spanish, forget their role in the com- It may happen that however becoming some of the shades on

but for some reason the Black.Seem to shy away from helping munity and the work of others your Colorscope, these may not appeal to your color taste.

their brothers. Mr. & Mrs. Samuel Rober- like them. In this regard, Does it now develop that you have a face-figure conflict, that

Maybe we should take a hint from the black Muslims they at son, Sr. of 795 NW 75 St., announces special recognition for com the shades that compliment your face clash with your figure?
least stick together and whether you believe in their teaching the engagement of munity service was given to Yours is a dilemma that can be solved without penalty to loveliness =

',or not you must admit that they do stick together and they I havea their daughter Emma Dale to commissioner Range, Mr.Ce- Why not face always choose shades that contain the

definite goal. When their leader speaks he speaks for all of CPL Johnny L. Banks, son of cil Rolle, and Mrs. Doretha sam underlying tones as your skin, but to flatter your figure I
them right or wrong they have an objective in mind and they Mr. & Mrs. Mack Banks. Johnson. compromise a degree,or two on their brilliance.If you desirea
stick to It. gain in stature, your hues must be on the bright side, or if
A December wedding is
Brown a past
Oh how I wish we as a community,as a group, or as a race planned. instructor Mrs. Dorothy at the school, and less size is your aim,limit their brilliance Be subtle, and you

of peole had an objective, a goal or a belief>to set our sighton Mrs. Eva Britt a present instructor will be successful.
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and stick to It. We would become strong in so many, many were recognized for Black Model On The Go-- Earlene Henry,Louise Riley Fin-

ways, politically, financially, and spiritually. If we could believe their part helping to preparethe ishing & Model Academy. ,
more in each other. If we could begin to trust each other graduates for public ser- I
and most of all help each other especially in business and Hutchenson
Hortense
vice. Mrs. -
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Well I guess this is the price one group must pay in order to l lb. having owned and operated a

receive God's blessings and Grace.After all we are his chosen + successful beauty salon in the Helen Dorsett, Libra- The Institute will take place ,
[people and it is written that we must suffer six times six Miami for twenty- School of \
area over rian of the Dixie Park Branchof at Emory University
hundred and six times before we are forgiven.If Science 1
five years. the Miami Public Libraryhas Library on November
history serves me right the suffering is almost over. It Persons Interested in being : been selected as one of 30 to December 5.
started in 1960 and will end in 1970.A '
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featured in this article should i I twenty-five, librarians in the
message to my music fans: send this information to Bar- ;Southeastern part of the United Mrs. May H. Edmonds, Co-
The scene was "The Palms" a nightclub in Bradenton. Al- bara Higgs at Supreme Wig ,:States to attend an Institute on ordinator of Work with Chil-
M
ston records supplied the entertainment with our little star and Beauty Salon, 9110 NW 17 Public Library Programs for dren and Young People will be
Betty Wright. Fabulous crowd of fabulous people. ManyD.J.'s .J Avenue Youth. on the program.
from all over Florida were present. This is a continuation of ".
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the big drive to build up the treasury of the national DJ and ,
television announcers to enable them to find better positionsfor
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talented would be disc Jockeys. JP Robinson made the r FULL SIZE

relly big times In Detroit off of his super hit "Thing On A 9 feMr -
String." I hear that the people are asking for him already, and

he's Just been back two weeks. Alston Is really going places & Mrs. Alfred Chip- COLORPORTABLES

with a great new record(instrumental) Mashed Potatoes Pop- man, Sr. of 1490 NW 56th St.,
corn. "Soldier Boy" is definitely going to keep Betty Wrighton announces the engagement of y''HO
top and believe me it's going to the top with godspeed. Til their daughter Maudrlna Viola

next week. Chipman to Mr. George
The Ball y'all. Taylor

The ceremony will take ""'M' :
place on December 27th.NUMR $22888 I

Classic Party Compare at $289.00 35PO1 ;


The BTW Class of 1946 Lodge 15100 NW 27th Ave. IJ lR'QQESN) : :'RQW'
will sponsor a classic party Opa-locka Food, drinks'and I
Saturday, December 6, at the nrasi:. Donation one dollar. llANPRUFF'tTCH'l'CAlP" ,
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NCC Urges Support of Southern Negro CollegesNew ,I' :'P----.,

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York, N.YAn effortto in support of these schools, plan and obtained financing fora assist incorporation of tWQ 4
obtain some of the "large while "generally very modest cooperative library center, consortiums of colleges one
sums of monies" being raisedfor percentages" of predominantly which opened October 28 in in South Carolina, headed by E} t e
black
economic
develop white denominations' bud- 2fi. --
Atlanta, serving six collegesin Dr. Benjamin Payton, and one
ment by the National Council gets to toward the blackcol- Alabama,and Tougaloo College in Mississippi.It IS
of Churches its constituent leges related to them. in Mississippi. Several is also developing curri-
denominations is being made' The United Board for Col- other colleges are planning to culum that will assist in train- ion by Joe Black
by one of the NCC's own departments lege Development was createdin Join the six charter member ing teachers to serve in urban
for support of Negro February, 1968, the the schools in this first consor- centers. This program envis-
colleges in the U.S.South. NCC's Department of Higher tium of its kind. ages the college's serving as
The NCC's Department of Education and is funded by The United Board has also consultant to communities
Higher Education's policymaking NCC's constituent denomi- planned six southern regional during urban crises. Faculty
board, in a meeting nations and the Ford Founda- conferences for persons of influence from New College, (Sarosata, The best way I know to help a hungry man
November 22, pointed to the tion. Its purpose is to help upgrade and financial resources Florida, and Morehouse Col- is to feed him. The worst way is to give him
two year-old United Board over 50 Negro collegesthat in an effort to connect lege, Atlanta, Georgia are involved instructions on how to bake bread. I'm one of
for College Development,bas- are struggling for sur- southern philanthropy with those people who feels that the black community
ed in Atlanta, as an agency vival. It raises funds for Negro colleges. The first con- In less than two years, the
which "has given hope and special projects, encouragesthe ference will beheld in Georgia United Board for College De- doesn't need any more research, conversation
concrete assistance" to the grouping of smaller schools within the next few months and velopment has succeeded. in or instructions on how to bake bread. It
black colleges it serves and into consortiums which would is being financed by a $5,000 raising some $525,000, in needs bread, in the form of jobs, and better
called upon the NCC to affirmit become eligible for govern- grant from Mill B. Lane,pre- grants for its projects its parent Nutritional educational
housing. guidance
as one of its most effective ment and foundation grants, sident of Citizen's Southern board pointed out.The Rev. ,
Instruments of response to the and develops plans for Bank of Atlanta. Charles Turner and Butler T. guidance, and guidance in the handling of
long-range needs of the black strengthening the schools. Other efforts of the board Henderson are directors, and money. The need is NOW.It .
community.The In its 22 months of existencethe include the drafting of re- Dr. Benjamin E. Mays is resident -
board also reorderedits United Board has drawn a quests for government funds to consultant. seems to me that too many people these

own priorities, placing the days, are spending too much time talking, discussing -
work of the United Board for and researching, and too little time

College Development first on 1 t getting things done. I 'aim this reference to
its list and called the
upon aL
black leaders well white. It is
NCC's Division of Christian as as my feeling
Education to do the same thing that we all can do more to help ourselves than

"in all ways appropriate at the we're doing. There are many professional peo-

division level." 4qpp ple among us in the fields of education, finance,

At the present time, black and nutrition who are thoroughly capable of

black colleges denominationsatan"in-are supported by setting up counselling and guidance centers on:

ordinate percentage," the the local level. Some have done it and are contributing

board noted. As much as fifty g .. their time and effort. But many more

per cent of some black deno- are needed. If the finest among us are not will-
mination' total budget is spent 3, ,4 e ing to lend their talents to further our needs

: and our cause, how in Heaven's name can v/e :
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FRONTIERSThe

I'm not for one moment underestimatingor
Frontiers international over-simplifying black problems. We've
Inc. Dade County Chapter got
gave a banquet to welcome the 'em I But there are things we can do now to

Florida Memorial College i A d3tfr 'get some of them off the ground. The black
family to South Florida and and will be
I community can, must brought to
Dade
County Tuesday night
: life. But I've been concerned that it
November 4, 1969 at the Mi- '. lately, may
ami Springs Villa. The tii1 be in danger of being "talked" to death.J&e .
.H Frontiers is an International
;;service club which was orga- CHILDREN are everywhere in evidence during the Chrlstm s.tlme1unka- B'fack ;
nized Nimrod Allen in Ohio
In 1936.by The Chapter has car- 'noo in the sunny Bahamas. Here, marching along Nassau's Bay Street, costumed Vice President
ried out many local service kids herald the holidays musically. Boxing Day, the day after Christmas ; The Greyhound Corporation

projects and is currently organizing is an occasion for parades, fun, and: general festivity throughout. the .

a collegiate on the Bahama Islands. .... ... ._ e
campus of Florida Memorial -- --- -
College which represents a
first in the entire international I

bodies. IiUAB R FCS2I LLE1yi1s
Dr. R. W. Puryear of Furniture Refrigerators, T.V.
_. _Florida: Memorial College ex-
cepted the welcome and spoke NO MONEY DOWN WITH APPLICATION

briefly on the transition of col- "
f': t i a i k a 'i
lege from St. Augustine to x A f f
Dade County. He made special
notes to the "brothers" that FABRICS NOTIONS TRIMMINGS

the college is developing a .
close kinship with the
very i
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100DACRON
local area. Many outstanding -
leaders were invited to share :

the welcoming banquet. p POLYESTER Ye 1 u..


DOUBLE( KNITS COMPARE AT ,r,
: 60" WIDE ;

f URGE SELECTION OFyN.fPATTERNS 795y .
ft COLORS


a ARNEL JERSEY


t 60 inch Stereos from ,$299.00 PRINTS ISC

The 2 TaylorsBETTER I 45" WIDE
TAILORING 8 SPEAKERS WITH SLIDING DOORS i

A.M./F..M. RADIO: AND BAR UNIT
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RIGHT NOW DELIVERYMake
NYLON NET
pants any style 'r ;
Make pants in 3 days OTHERS FROM $299.00 4,: 19
PHONE NOW: fs N 1z" WIDE '
Make pants (it'better 4O COLOR$ IN $TOCK J
Alter pants fit & style Yi.
I TV's STEREOS ))1t; SIMPLICITY, McCALL BUTTERte VOGUE POLYNESIAN PATTERNS r.

Make suits any style j) LARGE SELECTION OF DRAPERY FABRICS 50c:YD. & UP ;r J
Make suits days
379-0900 ;' CORAL GABLES PERRINE
Make suits fit better ; : NORTH MIAMI
Change suits fit &style Phone between 7 a.m. and 10 p.m., '* 11616 N.W'th An. 1930 Pena D.Leon ns "DINI AVI. -n
.. Ph.,.,.1567 Nut t. GrUnion H..t to Woolworth (of
Sundays Included Mon.tlv"Sat.:30.,00 Ph. .6..01S ,tf.233.3799 'iJundcr.10.6
Take any deposit amount P.M. MOIl.Thru Sat. :30.900 Men.thru s.t. .;;0.. SUI'I.10.6 ; :

Clothes from your cloth F&M TV HIALEAH SOUTHWEST NORTHSI ,:1,; .

We have over 300 patterns joke" SprinaMU..Shoe Ctr. 9'99 Lid ..... SHOPPING INTER r
9th 313 W..t.9th It. N...to food kit 1.th St.4 17th A... '
425 E. STREET Ph..111.7113 Ph. 22..01'. k.xt to on
PHONE: 151-4821 Mon.thru 50.:30 T.9:00 Men thru.... :30.:00 PIt.691.1512
Sunday 10 T. 6 P.M. lund.y.IG-6 P.M. Man.thru Sat. 9T6.9 0
Will Call :
Salesman
1080 NW 54th STREET ,Phone and '"' ,.H'.4" .' i
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Hoiw dp y ou : like :your weekends, l ,: ; full of i regal pageantry or jammed I ;p' ,fked


with action 1 } JWhatever' is your choice you can have it, this :,,|eekend, ,.

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GALORE AND ALL THE THRILLS AND EXCITEMENT OF APARADE ASTHE PROVIDE AN EYEFUL FOR EVEN THE MOST WIDE EYED SPECTATOR.

jt) FAMED FAMU', MARCHING. 100" LEADS TWO PARADES. AND FOR THE ACTION

LOVERSTHERE WILL BE THE GRIDIRON CLASH BETWEEN THE AND SATURDAY NIGHT'S FOOTBALL GAME NEEDS LITTLE MENTION.

RATTLERS AND RUGGED GRAMBLINGTIGERS TO CLIMAX ACTIVITIES. RARELY HAS A MATCH-UP OF TWO TEAMS GENERATED THE EXCITEMENT

AND THRILLS CHARACTERISTIC OF THE R TTLER-TIGER BATTLES.

FRIDAY, DEC. 5 aT 1:30: 'P. M., THE FIRST PARADE WILL BE HELD IN KICKOFF IS B 'P.M. IN THE ORANGE BOWL AND THE FAMU BAND WILL

DOWNTOWN MIAMI AND THE SECOND WILL COME SATURDAY IN LIBERTY AGAIN BE THE SPECIAL FEATURE AT HALFTIME.

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PA LOCKA MIAMI.

Athletic House Rich .
Harry
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" F 1 orlda A&M First BOCA RATON L&L Men's Shop '

w Federal Savings 128 N. Miami Ave. .
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Travel Bureau.
V 6105 NW 7th Ave. '
S COCONUT GROVE .
1 _' Grand Drug, Inc .
U of Miami Downtown Ticket Office
3640 Grand Ave
228 SE 1st St. .. ,


I G ram b 18 I ng I All CORAL">831 Sports Ponce GABLES, Inc DeLeon Blvd Brownsville 4634 NW 27th Drugs Ave. '


'""""'""''' mpus Ticket Stanley's Drugs :' '
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0' itten Student Union Bldg 'i ,

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: 645 E. Atlantic '
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Deltas Plan "Age Of Aquarius Ball"It's


count-down time for friends and all to join the Delta's at their Prefor your venience.Shown above are, Mrs. Harriett Hart, Mrs. Willie C.
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New Year's Eve ball. Jones, Mrs. Elishama Withers, and Mrs. Annie Smith as they prepare to join

Plan'now to attend this affair for'the grandest time ofthe holiday season.Delta's friends at Bayfront Park Auditorium on December, 1969, for their

Tickets and reservations will be available in a few ,weeks in locations "Age of Aquarius Ball." Start making plans now. ,:: .

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Share Your Christmas Spirit With "Operation Santa Cla s"


"Operation Santa Claus" Is The gift recipients are referred some other child, just as deserving -, of shoes -- not a shiny new most people 'realize.Even Interested Individuals and
underway.And to the Bureauby private winds up with none. truck .. is often the fondest though Thanksgiving has Just organizations can join in
and governmental welfare Or the problem of one Chil dream come true to small ended, the Holiday Bureau Is "Operation Santa Claus." To
If Santa has his wish, agencies, churches, schools dren's Home being feted at boy raised in a large penniless on the hunt for the hundredsof learn how you can help avoid
Christmas morning will find and other civic and community party after party,while another family. Dade Countlans who want to needless, duplication during
thousands of needy families organizations which come In tion gets overlooked completely Such cases are far more share their Christmas Spirit the Holiday Season, call 377-
delighted with Dade'sYule contact with needy families prevalent in Dade County than with those less fortunate.. 0606.It's .
spirited. and Individuals throughout the The Bureau also helps guide
year. donors in the selection of gifts. '1 !fNllnIW.-__...,lElEfLllsmsgdactRattsaElsaL otg tAKlEyoct xt IL 1 iKtllIIKEl4L KtlAttlS31El1 tlRSttEIRt-
The current project of the The Bureau, in Its clearing- Frequently, what a needy little I
Holiday Bureau,a United Fund house capacity, Is responsiblefor boy wants most for Christmasis Easy
agency, "Operation Santa sorting all referrals to not whata, more advantaged
Claus" Is designed to serve as avoid duplication. This prevents youngster hopes to find under \ Fill out, the attached, ,
the middle man' between for example, the frequent the tree., application card and I,. :: ,1+
dilemma of one little girl The Bureau has discoveredthat '
Dade Coy atians who Start
generous it with :
want to spread some Christ- ending up with four dolls. while the money for a new pairEIkI present your ,. '
mas spirit and disadvantaged first payment, when

families who really need some __ you join our '
holiday cheer.Formerly t Your
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volunteers served as the go-
between for 19,837 needy Clu1r--
adults and children and .

hundreds donors. of benevolent SIZES 1 to 14


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"THE LAST WORD tN : :
The Christmas giving rang- FASHION AND "T" ,,.:'", :' .. .
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parties and clothing.Donors,
PHONE 379-4831 i,( .
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Included church, school and
college groups, scout troops, I 4 If'-."j{1, .50 a week total, .. 25.00

civic clubs, organizations, ;;y ; 9 1.00. week total, .. 50.00

businesses and Individuals. I /4nM e ... ",!' :a. 9 2.00. week total. .>. 100.00

"I. ',' ,. 15.00. week totals .' 250.00

; Mrs. f 910.00 week total..,i 500.00
Harvey J '
Man Found W. / t', ,
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633-9378 w"- >:' NATIONAL\ INDUSTRIAL BANK

Shot ToDeath "'M/ ',' ':' I'' MIAMI
: It's Later Than You Think!! 0.< ,'/ OF
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':' ', MIAMI FLORIDA
Layaway Now! I ,1 ,
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Ftdiral R","". Systtm
A man found shot to death In For "ChristmasAfro "
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St. and Fourth Ave. Sunday Christmas" Club' :", :' i I'

morning, and Identified by police Class ,: :;.',,, No. '" "IPI. ,
as Hyd Bycife, 24,Is suspected -' Wigs ,, \\ $18.95 .... do not writ. .bov. thti,lint ,K:Ii'1." 'I ,j:' I
to have been a Black In,the $_..'|."' class.
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policeman Panther, according who toa arrested Miami Curly Wigs 20.95 .I agree to all the rules and regulations of ,the Club.' ",,;j:iM' $r> :. :X,

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ANNUAL POTENTATEBALL
; \ t > >> Evans Tiny, Tot Nursery School
;: 11Th CD > The classic is coming! Why
settle for Just fun? You: can 3639 NW 15th AVENUE
I have the fun time of your life Ages 1 to 6 year
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Qualified teachers Air conditionedHOT
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penings arel! Kazan Temple LUNCH AND SNACK
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annual Potentate Ball,Friday, LICENSED: (Mrs.) Arnetto Evans, Director
t Dec. 5, 10 p.m. until 2 a.m.
A+- idr Gulfstream Room Bayfront Registration and information cell: 691.5993
s rat k 1 M, a Park Auditorium,499Biscayne after 6 p.m.
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Government employees were well represented at My Fair Lady, the affairwas 1885 NW 55th St.;
held at Biscayne Auditorium. The ladies in government services pictured Robert Wilcox, promotional
above manned a booth donated to the government by Sears Roebuck and Co. director, 6965 NW 30th Ave.;
Lonzo Williams 1151 NW 29
Gwen Cherry acted as a representative from the Coast Guard where she Way, Ft. Lauderdale, ; Paul '

is presently employed as a government counsel. Mrs. Cherry is the first civilian Hughes, 2030 NW 30th Way,
attorney to be hired by the Coast Guard, her jurisdiction includes the Ft. Lauderdale; Carey P.
Bently, 3780 Fla. Ave., Miami
Seventh District which covers the states of Florida, Georgia, South Carolina, ; and Curtis Jones, 2450
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The Community Wide Citizens through complete Involvementand joined us. We are deeply

Committee thinks that participation. grateful. Among these are:

happiness is. sharing with Miami Jackson High Schoolwas Rep. Claude Pepper Louis

others. the central distribu- Wolfson, Jack Gordon, Atty.

Four hundred "Needy tion point. Specifically, the Gen. Earl Faircloth, Mr. Ed-

Families" say that happiness gourmet room.It win Hill, Commissioner M.
Is receiving surprise basketsat was used to store, pack, Athalie Range, Commissioner
Thanksgiving time. and make ready for distribution Maurice A. Ferre, Commissioner -

The workers with the Com "400plus"beautifulbaskets Dave Kennedy, Mayor
munity Wide Citizens Com rolled through the line. Stephen P. Clark, Commis-

mittee say that happiness is The baskets contained plump sioner Earl Carroll,Commis-

delivering baskets and boxesto juicy turkey each, string sioner Earl Starnes,Commls.

many families containing all beans, sweet potatoes, white sionerAlex Gordon, Commis-

of the makings of a complete potatoes, eggs,celery,onions, sioner Arthur Patten, Mayor.

Thanksgiving dinner. apples, cranberry sauce, Church Hall, CommissionerBen
This was the biggest and bread and sugar. Sheppard, Judge Arthur
best project since we have Adults and youth worked Maginnis, Judge Francis

been in this kind of action. It side by side. Victor Perades, Knuck, Judge Charles Snow-

was an Integrated project.The teacher In charge of cooking; den, Constable John Gilbert,
city and county welfare Vernon Grice, teacher of baking William Lehman, school

agencies, schools, EOPI kept things moving.A board; Senator Robert Haver-

HUD, PTA organizations, labor helping, hand was given field, Senator Robert' Shevin,
sororities, fraternities, by our many friends of means Steve Ross, Fist Federal

Model Cities, and social organization who showed that they really Saving' an<
worked under one care. Our hats are off to them Super Market, Jefferson Na- nator; Mrs. Viva Colemanand Henry, chairman and Mrs. Mrs. Dana D. Chapman, sor-
'"big umbrella" to make this and our hearts are filled with tional Bank, Food Fair Stores,
Victor Perades, Vernon Laurastine Gibson, cochairman orities; Mr. McKinley Carr,
Thanksgiving Day one that will joy to see them kick in from J U Q g a Paul Baker, Donald Grice, co-chairman assembly of transportation.Mrs. coordinator of labor; David r

be long remembered. year to year to make the project Prints, Miami Times and line; Mrs. Arie J. Agnes McCoy and Mrs. Wilson, dispatcher.

Charles Hadley, the chairman a really wonderful, spec- Ryder Trucking Company.. Gary, operation move-in; Mr. Elizabeth Spencer, cochairmen -- ... .._..__.............................._.......-
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every organization was The committee wishesto The CWCC roster Includes Johnson coordinators of chairman
D. Liberty City; Mrs.
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catch that cat, (Black
Cat) for you that' on
; yx your troll, and keeping
your luck tuff. If there I II
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peers the deck of cards,
they will vanish that
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and smoke on his trail.
A Any sort of |inx In your
p life, she will throw It
w. away. She also will fry
the hawk if ho's In sight.
Brothers and sisters, live
the life you now love,
for you who may be III,'
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A coming from the power of
Cod's throne In heaven.My .
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Is yours, while they last.
; / :# $' : ttey See me today, get now
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22 THE MIAMI TIMES, Friday, Decembe 5, 1969

House Of Albert Range BAIN'S

Richard Miugo of 1232 NW MRS. PEARL PEACOCK of Robert L. Frager of 107

I I CARDS MEMORIALS DEATHS I 1st PL, died Nov.22.Remains 6791 NW 22 Ave., died Nov. 1 South Dixie Highway, diedNo-

were shipped to Chipley,FIa. at Jackson Hospital. She is vember 19. Services will be

Survivors include Williams, survived by two daughters held Saturday to the chapel.

Billy, and Mack Mingo and Cassiff Hughes and Rosa Rush Survivors include his wife,

IN MEMORIAM IN MEMORIAMJIM CARD OF THANKSThe James Howard,brothers;par ing; seven grandchildren, five father, Leroy Frager; step-

I'; In sad but loving memory tour ents Mr. and Mrs.Allen Mingo great grandchildren, three mother Inez; one brother Otis

dear daughter and sister McGHEE, family of the late. three sisters Martha, Willie brothers, two sisters. Re- one sister Gwendolyn Smiley;
,
r r who departed this 'life Nov. DEACON T. L. TAPPEN, M. and Pauline. mains will be shipped to East- grandfather Levy Ward Frager.of 3506
12, 1969. Leroy Lorick of 10950( SW man, Georgia. Mrs. Mattie B.
r r who departed this life November Florida Ave., died Nov. 22 at
0 friends' with whom feet 216th St., died Nov. 22. Ser-
my
11 1969 wishes to CLEMMIE JAMES FLOYDof Hospital Remains
have trod express vices were held at Jerusalemof Jackson
The quiet aisles of with grateful appreciation the Holyness Church.Survivors 1307 NW 65th St., died Sun- were shipped to Indianapolis,
prayer many kindnesses shown. include mother Mattie Lorick day, Nov. 30 at Jackson Hospital Indiana Wednesday. Survivors
Glad witness to zeal for
God your Words cannot express our o' Bunnell, Fla. He was a student at th include one sister, two brothers

And love of man I bear. sincere thanks to our many Raleigh Shaw of 1276 NW Holmes Elementary School. .
friends for every act of kind- 42nd St., died Nov. 25. Ser- He is survived by his mother Edgar Jordan of 3188 PlazaSt.

r With all love ness shown us during the Illness vices will be held Thrusday, Pecola; six brothers and sis- ., died Nov 19 at Mercy Hospital -
my and death of our loved 4 p.m. Survivors Include wife ters, his grandfather Daniel. Services were held Sat-
Mrs. Sallie Graves
Services will be held Saturday
at Macedonia Baptist
one.To Sarah; three sisters Essie urday
our many friends and Reeve, Leona Jenkins and Al- 3:30 p.m. in the chapel. Church. Survivors ,include

IN MEMORIAMIn neighbors, we will forever be ,mina Williams; one brother MRS. HATTIE P. MATHS wife Helen; three brothers

the most deepestandloving grateful for all the letters, Arle E. Waiters of 8155 NW 15th Ave., died Johnnie Charlie and Buck;

..BLOVETO. DAMES memory of our dear husband visits, cards, phone calls and Elder Hezekiah Charles of Nov. 26 at Fountainhead Nursing nieces and nephews.

who departed this life Decem- and father, flowers, the food that was sent 3311 NW 208th StdiedNov.27at home. She is survived by Mrs. Annie L. Nealy of 3651

ber 6, 1967. in, ana the o t h e r egressions Christian Hospital. Survi- twos sons Arthur and Steve;' Oak Ave., died Nov. 25 at Bap-

,'Grant her 0 Lord, eternal of sympathy and kindness to vors Include wife Gussie M.; and three grandchildren. Ar- tist Hospital. Services will be

rest. numerous to mention.We four daughters Annie Floyd, rangements are incomplete.MRS. held Saturday at Christ Epis-
would like to especiallythank Rebecca Ruby, Lois Eunice copal Church. Survivors include -

William E. Dames, Sr., the staff of Mercy Hos- and Helen Naomi; seven sons MAULDIN CHESTERof her husband Lawrence;

father pital for their kindness. Hubert, Lenriel, Aaron, 139 NW 14th St., diedather four sons Camptia, Windsor,

Beatrice Dames, mother r A special thanks to Dr.John David, Nathaniel, MatthewandIsaac. home Dec. 2. She is survivedby James and William;six daughters -

Maxine, Lucille & Leonora, C. Turner, who was so faith- Remains will be ship- her husband Louis; one June, Merle, Brenda, Pa-

sister ful for so long. and until the ped Friday to Ocala. daughter Rose Jasper and two tricia, Shirley and Juanita;

Willaim E., jr., Harold and, end.Thanks Henry Miller of 11850 SW brothers. Arrangements: are one brother Windsor Lee.

Henry, brother ;X for the prayers of 216th St., died Nov. 27. Survivors incomplete. Edgar Atlan Chisholm of

our pastor, RBV. Albury and Include Dosha M. Williams WILLIE JAMES RUFFIN of 15300 SW 284th Ter., Modello,

IN MEMORIAM W" the entire membership of Mt. and James Williams.ison.i 1521 NW 61st St. #36, died Fla., died Nov. 23 at his home.

a Sinai Church, and to the Range Services will be announced. Nov. 30 at VA Hospital. He is Services will be held Satur-

In memory of our son, bro Funeral Home. Norma Jean Stirrup of 1324 survived by his wife Mary;' day, 10 a.m. at St. John Bap-

ther and father, We shall forever cherish NW 1st Ave., died Nov. 30. three sons Willie, David and tist Churchin Sunny Haven.

u.... a.JOHN. --- the memory of each of you. Survivors include Willie Stir- Joseph; two daughters Veronica Survivors include wife, Ida;

ADAMS May God's richest blessingsbe rup, father ; Elizabeth, mo- and Gwendolyn and a brother two sisters Emma L. Bain and

who departed this life December poured out on you. ther; three sisters Linda, Arrangements are in- MRS. ELNORA WILLIAM- I

1st, 1968. Brenda, Mlarlm;twoda1lgll- complete.MRS. SON a pioneer resident of 6500
Hark the song of holy rapture, Mrs. Eugenia Tappen, wife ters Marsha and Rhonda BEATRICE TRAPPof SW 60th Ave. in South Miami,

Hear It break from yonder The Tappen and Reid Clemmings; grandmotherMary 1790 NW 58th St. died in Jacksonville died Nov. 30 at South Miami

I strand, Families Adams. Services will beheld She is survived by Hospital. Services will be held

Where our loved ones for us Friday, 3 p.m. in the her daughter Sarah Balllnger. Thursday, 3 p.m. at St. John

are waitingIn IN MEMORIAMIn chapel. Services willbe held Saturday, AME Church in South Miami.

I that golden summer land. but Orzell Reid of 7675 NW 16 11 a.m.at Greater Bethel ME Survivors include her husband
sad
loving
_a. He has reached the port of of our dear husband,memory father Ave., died Dec. 1. Among his church. Marshall'; four daugh- F
glory
survivors are wife Irene two
; ters Louise Kennedy Theresa
O'er the river he has and grandfather, EUGENE LENON HEY-
passed
Diana and Loraine
daughters Naomi two,
; Ruth and ;
Perry .
And with millions he is WARD of 39 NW 49th St., died ,
shouting two boys Orzell Jr. and Timothy
'-' Nov. 27 at VA Hospital. He is sons' Alonzo Mills and Jessie;

Ii...., ...-/iI"J""' ...." Home at, last-Homeatlast." '&/ Earl; mother Louvenia survived by his wife Julia; a one sister, two brothers, ten
Wright; father Rufus; one bro son Freddie Brown and daugh- grandchildren and 13 great
JAMES FREDERICK HIKES Your space can never be ther Silas Swain; two sisters
grandchildren
who departed this life Nov.30, filled Betty Wright and Fannie Bell. several ter-in-law cousins.Ruby Brown Services and MRS. JOHNNIE MAE DOB- \

1962. The Family Remains will be shipped to ERSON of 1455 NW 2nd Ave. !
were he'd Tuesday at Mt. Zion
We have hours
} spent many Uniontown, Ala., Friday.MankerMilton. Baptist Church Fla. City.died Nov.28 at Jack-
remembering that sad and
day IN MEMORIAMIn
son Hospital. Remains will be
the days that followed which
LITTLE CHARITY ELIZA-
loving memory of our shipped to Springfield, Ga.
have left a gap in our lives t BETH BALLINGER of 3443
dear beloved Survivors Include his mother
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that cannot be filled. He is JOSHUA GLADNEYwho Roscoe Melvin of 2155 NW Margaret St., Coconut Grove, Ethel Sullivan; one daughter .
but not forgotten. died 28 at Hospital
gone, Nov. Mercy
departed life on Dec. 2, 69th Ter., died Nov. 23. He is Carrie; one sou Tyrone.

Mr. and Mrs. Fred Hines 1968. .j survived by his wife Mable; Survivors include her MRS. ADDIE OLIVER of 202.

and familyMr. Our lost is not an end ,. parents Mr. and Mrs. Ear- parents Mr. and Mrs. Samuel Jefferson Dr., died Nov. 27 at

and Mrs Dan McKinzie It holds golden days in store. nest Melvin. Services were Ballinger and grandparents. Jackson Hospital Services
Burial in Lincoln Me-
We know you are waiting for us it held in Eastman, Ga. was will be held Saturday. Sur-
morial Park.
CARD OF THANKS On the eternal shore. 1 -- vivors include one ,daughter
Eddie Hicks Jr. of 2250 NW LEON ARMSTRONG SR. of
Blanchie Harvey one brother
Sadly missed by; REV. P. B. HEROUT ;
81st Ter. died Nov. 21 in 1371 NW 45th died Tues-
Sy- St.
Eva Joe Blakley, two sisters Katie
M Gladney, wife who entered into eternal rest
racuse N. Y. He is survivedby Nov. 25. He is survivedby
Annie day, Tillman and Sophie Norman
G. Lenard, daughter Dec. 5,1955.May ;
Violet his parents Mr. and Mrs. his wife Pearlie Mae;a son six nephews
Tisby, sister light perpetual shine
Gall, Gary, and Carliss, upon him. Eddie Hicks Sr.; daughter Michelle Leon Jr.; a daughter Olivia; GEORGE WHITE of 805 NW

grandchildren Mrs. Jane E. Herout, wife ; two brothers Henry a, stepson Dwight Williams; a I 5th Ave. Fla. City, died Nov.
and Ronald two sisters brother Otis Glover sister :
; ; a
;27. Services
The FamilyIN are incomplete..
Dorothy Hicks and Albertha Lorraine Young. Services j:
Survivors
IN MEMORIAM include mother'
"ilSister MEMORIAMIn Yarboroug; grandmother Car- were held Wednesday at St. Irene[ MacGruaer two sons

In loving memory of our father rie Ellis and aunt Flossie Dix- Stephens Baptist Church. \:one stepson, and stepdaugh-,
loving of Services held Satur-
memory on. were
I
JOSEPH N. SMITH Of 3121
JOSEPH LEVARITY JESSE MACK day in the chapel. ter.MRS.
NW 53rd St. died Nov. 27 at
LUCINDA WHITE of
who this life 5
departed Dec.
who this life
departed Dec. 2 ,
1964. 1968.; Mrs. Viola Surrency of 774 his home. He Is survived by a ,I 805 NW 5th Ave. Fla. City,
brother Frank a sister Sarah died
< Nov. 27. Services will beheld
Gone, but not forgotten. Gone, but not forgotten. NW 70th St., died Nov.26 at i'
K Potts; one nephew. Services ] at a time and place to be
missed
Daughters, Sons, Sadly by: Jackson Hospital. Services
were held Saturday Mt. Zion ;:announced Survivors Include
Grandchildren were held in St. Augustine
Mary B. Fenderson ,
Baptist Church Remains were :I five cousins.RICHARDSON'.
wish to express vim grateful Beulah Mack, wife Fla. Survivors include son shipped to Jacksonville w
appreciation toour other relatives and friendsIN Pat; dayghter Zethel ; four
many IN MEMORIAMIn grandchildren WALTER DAVE of 1731 NW
feuds and neighbors for
fOt1'many 76th St., died Nov.24 at Christian -
acts .of kindness and loving memory of our MEMORIAMIn Thomas Vinson Jr. of 4702
Hospital. He is survivedby Sarah Joyner of 2160 NW 5
thoughtful expressions of mother and sister, NW 23rd Ct. died
Nov. 27.He
his wife Hattie twq sons PI. died
loving of our ; Nov. 28. Services
sympathy to ease our EVELYN MARSHALL memory
sorrow. is survived his wife
by Edith
Gerald Lee and Charlie
; two will be held In
husband and father ; Dec. 5 the
Special thanks to the most who departed this life Nov.24, three children Thomas, Ken- daughters Viola Wortham and chapel. Survivors Include one
friendly churchSt.JamesAME 1968. Gone, but not forgotten. neth and Alma six sisters
; Carrie his mother Dora six
; ; Peggy Desir two
rib our most dutiful and Marshall and McCluld ;
Virginia Webster Thomasina
'rothers, three sisters. Ser-:brothers Canada and Maceo
beloved pastor Rev.S.L.Gay. Families
,
Jenkins Mae vices held '
Hattie Gould, were MondayatAn- Williams; two stepdaughters
Dade County and Florida State
Roberta Blandford,Adline No- tioch Baptist Church i I Catherine Reed and Ruth Jack

I Morticians Stewardess Association and Deaconess, United CARD OF THANKS. bel, and Essie Williamson; CYNTHIA D. BROWN of 329 :son; one stepson Arthur Joy-,

two brothers Walter, Alonzo. NW 22nd St. died at Jackson 'I ner; and one son-in-law Fer-
Christian
Association, United The family of the late
Services will be held
Friday dinand
Hospital. She is survived by 'I Desir.
Faith Society No. 3, Mt. Sinai EDGAR EUGENE JORDAN 1 in
the
p.m. chapel.
her Edward Roberts
and of 14220
parents Mr. Mrs.
No. 3 Grand United who
Chapter departed this life Nov.19 '
Jerry L. Brown and a grandfather J NW 22nd Ave., died Nov. 29. '
3 Doris Smith of
Order ,of Pallbearers No. '1969, wish to Mrs. Kan-
Rev. W.. Tanner, members of grateful appreciation express our for sas City. Kansas died Nov. Charlie. Arrangementsare ::in the
chapel. He Is
survivedby
Church of the Incarnation and cards, food, and floral pieces. 28 at Jackson Hospital. is incomplete. 1

pastor, the staff of Bain's Fun- Special thanks to the Mace- survived by five brothers S.W. threedaughters Merline

eral Home, Mrs. Athklie donia Baptist Church, neigh- Charles, Elbert, Joseph and Eddie Polite of 1320 NW 61 rroutman, Edith Wilson,

Range and staff, North ,Dade bors and the Bain Funeral Vlrgel Melton; six sisters St., died Nov. 18. He is survived ;I Marlon Randell; four sisters

Jr. High faculty club* neighbors Home, Including its staff,also JOHN MORLEY, Ellen Graham, Sarah Gordon, by his wife Lois five L:Marion[ e tit a Johnson Strabn, Hilda Rolle,
of 70th, 71st and 71st Dr. R. S. Rentz and his staff who died Dec. 2, 1968. Evergreen Neels, Clay Ann children; parents MJ. and and Maglyn

Terrace, Gone, but not forgotten Kelly, Serlester Ward and Mrs. Hanley Polite of Live Ben-min
3' Hall. Oaks, Fla. Services held j!
Helen Jordan, wife and Mary Arrangements are were
in and Afred Nassau 13
Live
ti The Family Family The Family Incomplete. Oaks ; grandchildren -





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raitiura Courses Offered cc utacuttlucmccuunmicuulltnucuucuuuiulluccuulcaluuuuacuuncuu At Lindsey Hopkins -1 Public Hearings On I


-Advance registrations for technical and adult education ters throughout Dade County, day and night, at Lindsey School Boundaries Set
the spring semester, January5th reported 121, 517 new course the Health Services Program, Hopkins and the 12 centers located -
at the Lindsey Hopkins registrations with 380,394 instructional now located In the new$2 mil- throughout Dade County. Twenty-five neighborhood December 9 at 7:30 p.m.,1n
Education Center, division of hours and 5,635- lion, 7 story annex to the The high school program com- public hearings have been set Miami Springs Senior Audito
vocational, technical'and adult 493 student hours class atten- Lindsey Hopkins building will bines classroom study withon throughout Dade County between MiamrSpringsSenior;
education, Dade County Public dance. Of this number, some offer for the first time, an ,- the job practical ex- December 9 and 18 to air Miami Springs Junior; Miami
Schools, indicate substantial 22,000 Cuban refugee registrations operating room technician ,perience.Due tentative school boundary Springs, Glenn Curtiss,Lorah
increase in adult vocational in English and Vo- program which will prepare to the demands of Dade changes which are being developed Park, Springview, SouthHialeah -
enrollnnts over the same cational courses were record- graduates for assistance rolesin Industrial
County's burgeoning to meet desegregation Hialeah, James H.
period Est year, reports Lo- ed.In all aspects of surgical pre- growth for trained labor guidelines. Bright and J.W. Johnson Ele-
well B. elby, district superintends addition to the some 200 cedures. enrollment In all wage Major J boundary changes mentary Schools.
vocational and nonvocationalcourses In the field of vocational earning classes is at the top will be proposed for some 75 December 11 at 7:30 p.m.,
During the school year,July provided for Dade education, the overall pro level. Therefore, all interested percent of the county's 222 in Madison Junior High Audi-
I, 1968 throughtJune 30,1969, Countians at Lindsey Hopkinsand gram covers high school dis- persons should register as schools. torium -- Miami CentralS
the division vocational twelve Neighborhood tributive education and co- early as possible to assure enrollment School Superintendent E.L. e n lor; Madison, Westviewand
operative business educationin in the spring semester Whlgham announced that let- Horace Mann Junior;
- addition to adult classes, beginning January 5th. ters will be sent to parents, Broadmoor, Westview, Miami
inviting them to the public Park, Gladeview, West Little
hearings and explaining that River, Van E. BlantonArcola
Bahamian American the proposed boundaries for Lake, Benjamin Franklin and
---_.I----! mander and also American the 1970-71 school year are Lakevlew ElementarySchools.
Commander for the State of highly tentative. Final .

Federation Fete Carver Florida Howard M. Duncanson boundaries must be reviewedby December 16 at 7:30 p.m.,
and 15th Dist.Command- the School Board and accepted in Miami NorthwesternSeniorHigh
er Frank Cinancia and Frank by the United States Auditorium -- Miami "
[Ranches Pecello of 1424 Miramar District Court.In Northwestern Senior; Dorseyand

Smashing Success I VFW Post. Mrs. HowardDun- order to comply with the Charles Drew Junior;
News canson and Mrs. Frank Civil Rightd Act, the School Charles Drew, Lill1eC.E .
[ Cinancia were present at this Board has set guidelines which vans, Poinciana Park, Liberty -
My country grows Albert Smith treas.
sect.
; ; By affair
call for firm coundary lines, City, Olinda, Orchard
Struggling towards the Sun Freddie Bowe, business man- 'sss-ese-s.---... Ladies responslble/for this
and the elimination of all op- Villa, Holmes, Primary "A",
Conscious of vast forces ager; Mevilan Johnson, recording The South Broward VFW. affair were President Mrs. tional zones. It has taken the "B", "C" and Lorah Park
Dimly understoodand secretary. Post ##8195 will hold a special Dorothy Trotter, Mrs. Addie position that it will not use Elementary Schools
unappreciated within and Board of Directors: Luther meeting this Sunday at 4 p.m. James Senior and past Presi- busing or gerrymandering to December 18 at 7:30 p.m.,
Compelling from Moss, chairman; Freddie Nov. 30th, at the post home on dent, Mrs. Maragret Wiggins, achieve unnaturalintegraUon. In Miami Edison Senior High
withoutto Bowe, vice chairman; Gran- Pembroke 'd. All officer sand Jr. President, Mrs. Carrie Follow ing is the meeting Auditorium -- Miami Edison
an unknown-unmapped destiny ville Gibbs, secretary; James Drane, Mrs. Eleanor V.Bowe,
members are asked to be schedule, including a listing of Senior; Miami Edison Middle;
Moss, Leon Williams,Herbert present.Don'tforget the Fri- Mrs. Willie Mae Valdez, Mrs. the schools to be discussed at Horace Mann Junior; Miami
Chisolm Freeman Johnson, day and Saturday Fish Fry Raford Seymour, Mrs. Fran- each session. Schools which Shores, Shadewlawn, Morn-
My country grows blindly Albert Smith, Eugene Nottage, cinia Stevenson and many face minor Eidson Park and Lit-
this weekend at the post home, no change or ingside,
Intuitively public relations. be our guest. Madison James more from Posts 2500 and change are not listed. tle River Elementary Schools.
Sometimes Unreasonably This was their annual fund
Filled with a new self-con- raising and membershipdrive commander.PFC. 1966.We would like to thank

sciousnessThat If you wish to become a Leon Braxton of 5530 everyone who took part in our
will ultimatelyhelp member or contribute, call SW 23rd St. is back home on 7th annual men's day pro-
it to understand Walter Ferguson 247-6463 or furlough. He graduated from gram'for making it a success. ATTENTION!
Others around It James Mqss 696-4374. McArthur High School in 1969, Special thanks to Rev. Fer-
But is still youngBe he also played football with the gerson and congregation of
patient Mustangs. He is leaving for Valley Grove, Miami, for the If You're From
VFW Post 5693The Ft. Dix, N.J., in a few days. full support they gave. May
-H. D. CardberryWith God forever bless Rev.E.
Ladies Auxiliary was Also PFC. James Woodard of you.
happy present thanks- 5421 Flecher St., HollywoodIs Milton, pastor; Deacon W.T" Georgiaor
these very touching very Doston, chairman Deacon N,
baskets the holi- on furlough, he is headed to I ; .
over
lines, the Honorable ArthurD. giving Oakland California. H. Davis co-chairman; and J. .
Hanna, Deputy Premier of days to worthy families.A M. Strachan, reporter. West Florida
the Bahama islands, closed fruit basket to our ailing The Ladies Aux to Post No. The No. one Usher board of
his address to a very attentiveand member, Sis. Annie P. Pem- 8195 held their Fruit Festival New Macedonia Baptist cele-
berton wish her a speedy re-
appreciative audience at Contest at the post home last brated their anniversary last

the Second annual Banquet of covery.You are invited to spendclassic Sunday, November 23, which Sunday evening Nov.23rd.The You are entitled
the Bahamian American Fed- was a success.This was a pro- chairmen are thanking each
weekend with Mu-
eration, Inc. Sunday IntheDu- us. ject for the 15th Dist. Present and everyone who attended.
sic food and fun for all at 1881
pont Plaza assembly room. were past Department Corn- Rev. A. Cooper is pastor. Death
Alibabalocka..
The toastmaster was Mr. to Special
Walter Ferguson. Some of the G. Govington, reporter
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guests on the program were NAT'L FEDERATIONOF ,j BenefitsFor
the Honorable Mayor of Dade
County Chuck Hall, Canon THE BLINDA I Fat's Not Where It's AH t
of blind people who
group
Theodore R. Gibson, JamesM.
Moss, Rev. Phillip Clark, are Interested in the National Weight Watchers, Announce the Opening of t
Federation of the Blind will
Mr. Charles Lockhart for the hold a Constitutional meetingon Anothe t further information
City of Miami, Rev. John A.
Ferguson, Mrs. Eldora La- Monday, December 8, 1969 19th STREET BAPTIST CHURCH t
at 1740 NE 2nd Ave., at 8 p.m. 2215 NW 19th STREET
Fleur, Herbert Chisolm,Shir-
All interested blind peopleand t
ley Ralph, Leon Williams, their friends are urged to I Every Mondayat: 7:30 p.m. Ca0691-7661
Veola Williams and Barbata t
attend. For further informa- Registration: $5.00

Haywood.The program. was well plan- tion call: 949-6856, or 949- 1 Weekly: $2.00 I

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and enjoyed by all who attended FOR FURTHER INFORMATION: II
truly an affair to remem- WATCH FOR JAN. 10 CALL 221-7448

ber.The ALPHA KAPPA I I
officers of the club are:
James M. Moss, president; ALPHA PRESENTS"SAY For Further Information, call: 221.7448 ,
alter Ferguson, vice presi-
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THE MIAMI TIMES. Friday.. December 5. 1969DRAKE

GREATER NEWMACEDONIA BIBLE CHURCH OF GOD Truimph Youth Dept. Sponsor ProgramsBishop I


E.E. Rahming, pastor .. w 4
Rev Shirley Cooper,reporter ...: .:\
Roscoe Jackson,pastor

Willie :J. Beard, reporterWe
Sunday Is Pastor Day,and

Sunday is communion at 7:30
at Macedonia, are in the
p.m. We invite you to come
midst of working toward our
out and be with us. Tuesday
Sixth Annual Men's Day which
,
night Bible class at 8 p.m.
will March 22
convene ,
Thursday night
regular ser-
If, 1970. In our first meeting,besides vice at 8 p.m.
Bro. Albert Roberts,
general chairman and Dea.

: trt Iou fin QIhurrlf! juu up Edward Burke, co-chairman, ST. JAMES AME
the following other vacancies +

along with Willie J. Beard, Rev. S.L. Gay, pastor

SAINT MARY'S being elected recording sec- Nellie Saunders,reporterThe

MEMORIAL, retary, were filled: Bro.Ro-
MESLEYAN METHODIST bert Wilson, assistant recording women of St.James cel-

secretary Dea. Van- ebrated a most wonderful dayon c
Rev. J.W. Dunn, pastor financial MRS. ROSETTA ELLIS MRS. E. B. HARRIS I
dell Bavan secre- November 30th
N.T. Green,reporter Rev H.V. Stuart, pastor Sunday, .
>,' Mrs. Adele McCray, reporter tary, Dea. Ulysses Sorrells, which was a success both ..,.".,."'''..'.'.'

The Pastor Mrs. Dunn and assistant financial secretary, spiritually and financially beginning k

Deacon Perkins attended the Sunday, December 7th is the Bro. Eddie Youngblood.,treas- with Sunday school

joint session of the Northernand last first Sunday in 1969 ser- urer, Dea. Will B. Williams throughout the day to the 7:00:

Southern division of the vices are as usual communion chairman, program committee p.m. services where the

Ministers and Deacons Union"and will be served all day and joint and Bro. Charles Mc- crowning of Miss St. James

Woman's Auxiliary which chiors and ushers will serve Duffie, chairman finance took place. Mrs. Albertha

was held in West Palm Beach. all day. Parents please returnall committee.Our Sparks our charming chair-

On Saturday morning, Mrs. gleaners to Sunday Schoolon goal for this day has man was the winner. The goalof

J.W. Dunn gave the inspiration December 7th withyour been set at 1000000. Let us $10,000 was raised and excess -

address for the women. The children at 9:30 a.m. put our shoulders to the wheet St. James pastor Rev.

theme: "A Christian Glance in Let, us pray for all our sick and push this day over the top. Gay and its members wish to

Today's World." The meetingwas and shut-ins, Sis.Sands in Cedar More information will be' given thank you all. 4

well attended and every- of L e b non hospital, at next weekll!! Love feast will be held on
p '. $pp f x3K+
one present was spiritually home Bro. Carey, Sis. Irene Friday, Decmeber 5. The a.t
'k blessed. Pinder, Sis Doris Finley and CHRISTIAN pastor expects all membersto xrati3 v

Let us remember our Dea- Sis. Hilda Henry in Parkway FELLOWSHIPRev. attend especially officers u %

coness anniversary on the General Our sympathy toSis. .
Mildred Delaware Sis Mary CARL L. MURRAYThe MRS. FRANCES HICKS
third Sunday in December at ,
P.S. Brown,pastor
3:00 We are making plans Saunders and Sis. M. TinkerIn CHRISTIAN SCIENCEIn
p.m. M.L. Nixon,reporter Triumph Church Youth Saturday, Dec. 13, a musi-
the death of their loved
for our Christmas presentation ones. Dept., is sponsoring two great cal concert will be held featur-
on the third Sunday in De' Visitors are always welcomeat has Hebrews 3:4: we are told
Dec. 12
Deacon Thomas Lawyer programs and 13. ing Mrs. Frances Hicks, Carl
affair will be at St. Mary's.NEW that "Every house is buildedby
cember. This heartfelt of the Friday Dec. 12
the sympathy 8 p.m. the Murray and Rosetta Ellis.
6:30 p.m. in the loss some man; but he that built national
SHILOH entire congregation supervisor ofTri- please come out and enjoy
please remember to visit of his son. all things is God" umph, Mrs. E. B. Harris of these great programs which

brother Raysor and sister Mc- Griffi The Adult Choir will cele- God the Only Cause and Pittsburgh, pa., will l bring the I will be held at Triumph the
Rev. A. M. pastor
Let not to Creator is the subject of this
Neil. us forget pray Ella Elam reporterThe brate its anniversary Sunday, message. Accompanying her Church and Kingdom of God in

and visit the sick. Jr. Choir, and the Youth December 14 at 3:00 p.m. week's Bible Lesson-Sermon, will be Mrs. Frances Hicks. Christ, 6825 NW 20th Ave.
for all Christian Science
Choir of Macedonia Church of Everyone Is most cordially invited soloist from Pensacola and Prince W. .J. Roberts is the

NEW PROVIDENCE God in Christ of Richmond All members are askedto Churches. Carl Murray, soloist of Miami pastor.
Listen
\tl' at 1:45
please donate as much as p.m. Sundayover .
Heights will have a contest,
radio station
Rev. C.J. Burney, pastor possible to this project.Auxil- WMBM to
Dec. 12, 8 p.m. in behalf of
the Bible to
,Arsula Edwards, reporter the members. liries are expected to have the Speakes You pro- ST. KELLY'S CHAPEL
youth day names of officers for the year gram, and find out,"What Can PAUL AME

'M1 Holy Communion service Youth Day is Dec. 14. The 1970 passed In to the Deacons You Do About Clashes at
Work Rev. T, C, Kelley, pastor Sunday, the church will
? pre
Sunday at 6:30: p.m.The Lord's morning speaker will be Rev. board by December 4.Remember -
; Mary Amos, reporterOur sent the Echoes of Glory of
Fifth
Supper will be served Sunday Ronald Williams of St. JamesA the members who are Church of Christ
''f In our evening worship., ME Church The evening ill in the hospitals and at home. Scientist, 1600 NW 54th St., pastor is asking all Deerfield Beach in songs of the
The youth choir will cele- speaker will be Rev. Carlton invites you to attend any ser- members to be present Fri- gospel at 4 p.m. Tickets may

brate their anniversary the Robinson of St. Paul AME vice. Sunday at 11:00 a.m., day night for "Love Feast", be purchased from Sister Seymour -
GRACE this is the last love feast of our women's day chairman -
Wednesday at 8:00 ,
j second Sunday, December 14, Church. At 3 p.m., there will p.m., the
at 2:30p.m.Plan now to attend. be a musical program with PRESBYTERIAN year. .
Consecreation hour of various junior choirs. i GREATER BETHLEHEM All Stewards will meetSun-

prayer is held here, at the Christmas rehearsal will Rev. W.F. Savoy, pastorAll day vices.after the morning ser-' District Conference will

church each Sunday morning at begin Monday, Dec. 8 at 4 p.m. Rev. C.H. Smith, pastor meet Dec. 9,230: p.m.at Biscayne -
The Workers Invite
Willing
5 am all interested children are members are urged to Mary Hopkins, reporterThe Manor 3227 Biscayne
asked to everyone to come out and en- Blvd. Meals will be served In
Bible class and prayer come out. make plans to attend our last
meeting each Tuesday at 7:30 communion service of 1969 Pastor urges all mem-, joy to dinner'with them Sunday, the evening $1.50 per mem-
help benefit their anniversary
All members Also let bers to please meet with ber. All officers are urged to
p.m., are urgedto this Sunday morning. your which will be held in Feb.
attend. Visitors are welcome us bring in our pledge cards auxiliary. Church Conference attend.

; JORDAN GROVE and per capita obligations of Friday at 8:00 p.m. Business .

B.T.U. Sunday evening at $2.40 per member. Let us of Importance.

5:30 p.m. Everyone is invited. Rev. Douglas Cook,pastor close out the year in fine style The Youth Department will The Black ManifestoIts

Continue in prayer for, those Eddie Gilbert,reporterThe and we need every member to meet Saturday at 4:00 p.m. to I

R' who are sick, shut-in"and the do his best in showing his begin Christmas Practice. Challenge to White Churches
bereaved. Visitors are always Jr. Usher board of Jor- loyalty to Christ in the fellow- Please purchase Christmas ,
'
welcome. dan Grove will present its 2nd ship of Grace. This Sunday cards from the youth depart' On May 4,1969,James For- Freedom and an urban plan-

annual Pre-Xnus banquet on evening at six p.m.,we will ment. man interrupted a service in ning consultant finds the con-

I; LILY WHITE NEWS Thursday, December 18 at 7 have an informal devotionalhour Prayer meeting eact 1 Riverside Church, New York, cept of reparations, as out-

I p.m. at, Toby's cafeteria in which will Include train- Wednesday at 8:00: p.m. Hol' to present his Black Manifesto lined in'the Manifesto un-
the Starlight room 674 NW 54th faith and Communion will be served ir:
ing in sharing our a md a demand for $500 million realistic and inadequate. Instead -
Executive board meeting' St Miami. Semi formal, discussion of John 1:1-18. Let the evening service. In reparations to blacks. he

was highly attended at the donation 3.00. Bro Leroy Pitts us take advantage of these op- Reparations represents the redress, proposes to a programof
bring about
rev-
home of Mrs. Adele McBride.Mrs. director. The Herman Thomas portunities to, enrich our MT.CALVARY first systematic attempt to
olutionary in an an-
Jessie Newton travel- gospel chorus along with the; Christian life and growth and deal directly with the issues changes
led to Jacksonville to beat the male chorus of Jordan Grove fellowship.,. Rev. S. Atchison,pastor and hatreds reflected in the ti-revolutionary nation He
discusses the historical role
bedside of her mother.\ will appear on a recital at the Phyllis Beal, reporter
Black Manifesto. It offers ai
of Christian churches in rela-
Sunday is the Lord's supper.
Mrs. Lillian'Ethrldge celebrated -, Corinth 'Missionary Baptist BROWN'S CHAPEL We sincerelyhopethatyouwil i program of action which dares tion to slavery and segregation -
I her Church on the first Sundayafternoon to proceed from the premisethat
: birthday ,Nov. 18. t :x come out and worship with and the fumbling efforts
in December at 3:00 us.
Mrs. Marie Price, Nov. 17; Sisters Justice. sooner or later the so far made to deal with the
\ Ronald G. Butts, Dec. 6; and p.m. Many other groups will be Rev. C. Reaves, acting pastor 'J Ross Bernard Crowder, churches will have to acknowledge reparations issue.Reparations.

Mrs. Rosa L. Patrick,Dec. 10.- there come witness this great I. Jackson, reporter ,Deacon, Drake Bro. Hooks, the.rationale for repar-

Juanita McCloud,,reporter program. Bro. Thomas director The, Ushers' Board would ildson and Bro. Don- ations. It clearly Indicates a contains a
are those
like to thank who among on the tremendous untapped potential stern
,t' ; 'everyone ,Ick list warning to the churches:
helped to make their anniversary ,please pray for them. for constructive church actionin either accept a radical new

ZION HOPEMISSIONARY a success. the sphere of race relations. role In American democracyor

MT. SINAI BAPTISTRev. Thursday, Dec. 4, confer-' CORNITH Mr. Arnold Schuchter, author face a loss authority as'

-", :IP ence meeting will be held, all of White Power-Black we enter the 19708.
,Rev. Cleo Albury, pastor members are asked to be Rev M. L. Paschal,pastor

B. Boney, reporter Paul Freeman,pastor present. Geneva Paschal,reporterThe
families Bessie Williams pastor would like to take
Ninety-two were ,reporter
grateful recipients of the this opportunity to thank TEMPLEBaptism

Thanksgiving baskets. 'The pastor is urging each GREATER ST. LUKE everyone who helped to make NEW COVENANT ,

The committees activities member to attend their weekly his First Anniversary a great and the Lord'sSupper -

climaxed for this year Sunday meeting, whether it be Ushers success. Special thanks to Rev. H. Robinson, pastor will be administered Sun-
night with Michael Higgsin board choir Rev 0. Taylor, pastor Rev. Sanders and congrega- day morning and
young prayer meeting, Betty Hill, reporter evening.
"Sing Unto Him" musical rehearsal or etc. Church Betty Taylor, reporterThe tion Sweetfield M. B.Church Choirs will sing jointly.

presentation. Thanks to all the general and conference program which was to and Rev. Sam Davis of St. On Friday at 8 p.m. the Jr. Beginning this Sunday and

musical elements for their Thursday at 7:30.All officers, be held Friday, ,Nov. 28, will Mark M.B.Church;Rev.Smithof Choir will be In charge of continuing through March
be held ,this Friday, Dec. 5, St. Mary M.B.C., of North Consecration 1970 ,
participation. Special thanksto secretaries and treasurersare services. SisterV. evening worship service
Miss Cassandria Hanna,directress asked to be present along where you can see and hear the Miami; Rev. J. A. Whitlow, Bostick Is the speaker. will commence at 5:30.
Rev. Ira McCall of WMBM. Colmen #5
Melzie Chapter
of the Charles R. with members. All proceeds for the Testi- Members of all toe singing
with him will be the Sons 2 Stewardess Boardof '
Along OES No.
Drew Jr. High School concert Sunday night,the Lords Sup- ; monial dinner of Mother Ed- groups are urged to attend rehearsal -
of Jerico and and
others. CMC Church
many Trinity
wena Robinson must in
chorus. per will be served. be turned preparation for
Deacon: Smith and his chorus. In no later than Sunday,Dec.7. Christmas.2A .





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I SUNLIGHT BEAUTY SCHOOL GRADUATES Pictured above are members The graduating exercises were held Sunday, November 23rd at ths Church of the
of the 33rd Annual Graduating Class of Sunlight Beauty School, 769 NW 54th St. Open Door.
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CHRIST Boy Scouts To Dedicate

Canon T. R. Gibson, rector

Antoinette Silva,reporter Service CenterThe
Last Sunday, Advent Sun-

day was celebrated.During the new Thomas L.Tatham according to John E. White,
service the following officersof Boy Scout Service Center will boy scout council president.

the Episcopal Churchmenwere be dedicated in ceremonies on Located at 2960 Coral Way,

installed by Canon Gib- Sunday, December 7 at 2 p.m., Miami, the center is a gift of E r
son and Percy Brown, studentat Scout Commissioner ThomasL.

Virginia Theological Semi- MT. OLIVETTEN. Tatham. d
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nary: William Cooper, presi- J a
dent; Vernon Philip, vice J. Lawrence, reporterWe Ceremonies will honor Tat-
president; David White, sec- were happy to have the ham for this contribution of the

retary; William B. Evans,Sr., opportunity of entertaining the land and building,and will rec- a h.i" M r \ t'1 "w"i
treasurer. Ministers and Deacons Union ognize over two dozen other

close Last of Sunday the Acolyte was of also the Year the this All past choirs week.are asked to sing have individuals contributed and groups furnishingsand that tt i+r Ik s {;t ( i4 1 1t { 1r r1{ ,{ iktsll Ik, je 1,4 ,/ .; ,

contest. The winners were as Sunday morning Jointly. equipment. F.= .
The Lords will be
follows supper
: Gregory Jenkins,
$905; Cornelius Shiver served in the morning and Tours of the new facility

Seon$809.76 Philip; Paul, Brown$519.70, $545 and; evening services. will tion program follow the and brief ribbon dedica-cut- Second Supreme Chapter No. 4 OES Celebrates Anniversary B

Roosevelt Springer, 20250. ting ceremony. Keynote Second Supreme Chapter #4 The speaker was Rev.Doug- kins, Lonnie Flucker, Marie
Congratulations! ST. MARKRev. speaker at the dedication will OES of International Masons las Cook. Childs, WM, Mary Griffin,
Get well wishes are extended be regional scout executive celebrated their 9thanniversary The program included the AM, Lena HillardRoseChap-
C.W. Wade pastor
,
to Mr: Richard Knight and Doris Spurling, reporterThe Spurgeon Gaskin of Atlanta. at St. Luke Baptist Church Mt. Carmel M. B. Church pel and Lillian Webb.
Mrs. Beatrice Finder. Nov. 16.Rev. Male Choir, and the #2 choirof Standing back row left to 4
Sincere sympathy is extended Curtain-raiser to feature P. W.Williams pastor St. Luke Baptist Church. right: Sisters Juanita Brown,
is all
pastor asking
to the Nealy family and the Roberta Gibson's new play 'IMANASHA The mistress of ceremony was Blanch Gratwell, Nettie Graham ,
members to please be presenton "
family of the late Bruce Davis. business "When Playtime Ends, at Mrs. Agnes L. Deveaux. The Annie Mae Padgett, Mary
Thursday night North Miami Playhouse, on gifts were presented by Sis. Linda Arline, GM, Adguoe
is .
meeting Important.The
very December 13th. Adgnoe Bradshaw. A beautiful Bradshaw, WM of Mary Arline
director is asking all
BAPTIST CHURCH 6916 NW 15th AVENUEIs regalia made of money was Chapter #99; Rev. P. W. Williams -
at the
to be
young people New to Miami audiences for
presented to Sister Marie pastor of St. Luke
;
Phillip Clarke, jr., pastor church Saturday at 1 p.m.for five preview performancesare Having a Childs, W.M. Fannie Semmons, Peraline
Dea. A. Humes,reporter Christmas rehearsal, its im- John Carlino's comedy- SPECIAL CLASSIC
Seated left to right: Sisters Boyd, Mary Bradwell and Lb-
On Sunday December 7th a portant to be on time. drama Sarah and the Sax, anda SALEOn Adrian McKtssie, Susie Haw lie M. Jones. _
baptismal service will be sensitive portrayal of two I .
held at 11 a.m. teenagers in "When Playtime WHERE OTHER READERS HAVE FAILED
ST. JOHN'S LUTHERAN ALL DASHIKI'S
B.T.U. 5 p.m.at7p.m.Dea Ends." SHE HAS SUCCEEDED

con R.J. Ferguson will >e installed Sunday, Dec. 14 at 5 p.m. IOO: tach JMOTHER-ANN. --

as senior Deacon and, St. John's Lutheran Church, Playwright-Roberta-6Jbsor Spiritual 1 Reader and Advisor
Deacon J.G. Smith will be pre- 2175 NW 26th St. is celebrating will bein the Miami area Sat- Are
facing difficult
you problems? Poor H.olth?
sented with his license as a the dedication of their new urday, Dec. 13 to attend open- Money or Job Trouble Drink Love or Family Troubles?
Christian minister. pipe organ. Mrs. Kathyleen ing night of her new play. Do yaw want mar happiness and good fortune In life?
Installation message will Deedmeyer, organist for st.Peter's Featured players are Lllyan I ,HAVE A PROBLEMI! If you hove any of these problems or others like them

be delivered by the Rev. Ro- Lutheran Church is Philips (from New York cast) WHAT'LL I DO? Coir friend way of, there help.Is Also wonderful your lucky news of days a II"okabl.now end lucky

bert B.Carter of the UniversIty presenting a program of spec- and Alvin Bruton in Sarah and Just Phone: numbers. Soo Mother Ann today. SS reeding, W with Ad.
of Miami following the even- ial organ music along with the Sax Susan Amdur and orEN 9 A. M.'TO p. M. NO APPOINTMENT NECESSARY
ing service refreshment will their choir. Sherry Lilenfeld in "When 757-4827 Phone: 691-9513 9751 N. W. 27th Av.nv.
be served in the Sunday School Bob Beaver, vicar. Playtime Ends.. American Spiritual Church MIAMI FlOftlOAAU
building. Come and worshipwith

us on Sunday.

Come Today HIW tno
CHURCH DIRECTORY AeSmiraiA EMERSONNO

SISTER DIANE
MT. AARON MISSIONARY
BAPTIST CHURCH If you have been praying for God's help.-NOW YOU
HAVE FOUND IT. SISTER DIANE! is a truly born instrument s

Rev. O.L. Sample, Jr., pastor, of God. Thousands have been helped through 3-YEAR
Sis. Bernice Ponds, reporter SISTER DIANE'S blessings and prayers. DO NOT WARRANTY F ti H.IL owv
CLASSIFY HER with fortune tellers or false healers. i
Admiral ,, ( (N (Hi'1' ,
Monday night, choir rehearsal She guarantees to help you no matter what your prob- CO1011 r1CTU11r TYtalNO
8:00 p.m. Wednesday em may be. She will tell you what you want to know EIIT/IA COST U _

night, Prayer meeting 8:00p : about friends, enemies or rivals; how to overcome
: m. Thursday night, Con- them, whether husband, wife or sweetheart is true or.
ference, 8:00 p.m. Saturday false; how to gain the love you most deisre and how to j L
rid yourself of evil Indluences and bad spells. This
evening, Sunday School teach-
others fail SHE IS NOT
ers meeting and Jr. choir rehearsal great FALSE.lady succeeds where NO GIMMICK TRUE DISCOUNT PRICES
along with the Junior
ushers' She has devoted her lifetime to help those who need
Board. help. If you have been to others and failed SISTER DI- BIG SCREEN COLOR CONSOLE STEREO

NEW MT. ANE asks a few moments of you time to prove that she TVS FROM 238' SETS AS, LOW AS 1 16995
MORIAH is the only one who can help you, with any problem

Rev. A.L. Shipp,pastor that you may have, such as your health, happiness: or
Sis. Evelyn Souter, reporterOur love, business,courtship,marriage,divorce,lawsuits, BLACK AND WHITE 6995 LOW COST FINANCING
conference (Jo- etc. If you are suffering from disease, sickness or SETS FROM AVAILABLE
monthly
harmful habits, see her for help. She will tell your
night (Thursday) at 7:30 p.m.
She comes from the far of India.
lucky days. corners
Our church's anniversary CONVINCE Buy Where Your Business is Appreciated
JUST ONE VISIT WILL YOU.
will be the second Sunday in
Located in her private office:
January.Our CLOTHES RACK & APPLIANCE
youth day the second 14060 N.W. 7th Ave.

Sunday in February.Our Open daily and Sunday 8:00 a.., to 8:00 p.m. j 14122 N.W. 27th Ave. 685.1213

Sunday will evening begin at worship 6:30 p.m.this For Appointment: Call 688-9128 I OPEN MON .. FRI. 9:30 A.M. TO 6:33: 'P.M. SAT. 9:09: TO 1:00 P.M.
with this ad
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Your Weekly Horoscope

27-31-86-11-44 WHICH WAY AMERICA
December 4 thru December 10

Since the days of the great depression, Americans have
ARIES (March 21-April 19): Your ability to artic- disturbed about the direction of its countryand
ulate will be to the maximum never been more
put stress test, in week
television and
ahead, Aries. You will be given a chance to shine in this .N the destiny of its diseased society. Radio,
the bring into our homes and hearts the daily occur-
Since this is press
department. your bag, use opportunity to
influence important people who listen with respect to rances of crime, drugs, Vietnam and demonstrations.
Middle-class Americans, better known as the "silent ma-
your opinions. Week ends on not. of concern.
jority," is worried sick about the drift from its old fashioned
TAURUS (April 20-Moy 20): Accent is on advance- Lorenzo !Jones Top SalesmanThe virtues of hard work and honest play to the aquarian age worldof
ment in week ahead, Taurus. So get into gear. You (just welfare, andhippies.Theyanxiouslyaskasto whether or not
can't lose. One whom you have found difficult to deal above photograph shows ried to Francena Estella of America will one day follow the path of other great powers
with !in the past, is now in your corner. Cycle excellentfor Lorenzo Jones, Electrostatic Miami, and they have a lively whose strength was robbed by moral decay. Moreover, the
expressing views. Be original.. Forge ahead. Copying Specialist of the A.B. daughter, Wanetta LaShaun.She silent majority has to live with the trend towards non-in

GEMINI (May 21-June 20) Get homefront situation Dick Company, receiving a will be nine years old on volvement" and the old pocketbook stinger that says the rich

under control, Gem, for there are many changes in the plaque and firm handshake Christmas Day. get richer and the poor get poorer.
e wind. Buttonhole one who has been bugging you and iron from his boss, R.L Evans in Although Lorenzo has been Looking back ten years or so, the word demonstrationwould
out difficulties. Message should come your way before recognition of being top sales with the local A.B.Dick bring about visions of black brothers and sisters march-
week ends. Read between the lines. Things are seldom man of the month. Branch for only nine months, Ing down some big boulevard in,a great southern town where
what they seem, you know. he is still one of the top ten the white folks are full of pride and tradition. The black folks
The plaque is a coveted and copier representatives for A. were only asking for their civil rights of being treated like
CANCER (June 21-Junty 22): Look here, Moonbaby, prestigious award given to the B. Dick Company honest, human beings while using the services and facilities
you must not wear your, heart on your sleeve. At least top saleman each month. Lo- of public places. The blacks were a minority with a blemished -
When asked his key to sel-
not at this time. Maybe later. Olga recommends
you renzo hadaquota performance background fighting the waterhose, police dogs and ter-
the of love ling, his reply was, "I try to
play game with extreme caution in weeks situation about
of 246.5% for the month of October rorist tactics of the establishment.This brought
ahead. Fulfillment will come at a later date if listento sell myself to the customer
you Malcolm X
Lorenzo's quota as- such adverse personalities as John F. Kennedy,
Olga. Don't be first, then selling A.B.Dick is
so antsy. signment is the highest of any the results it obviously and Martin Luther King, all of whom are no longer with us
By -
LEO (July 23-Augutt 22): Leo the (lion will have to salesman in the Miami easy. works. because of gunfire. By and by, civil rights became law with
consider alternatives in week ahead. You are not sched Branch. the backing of President Johnson and unsatisfied Negro

4 ualed to get your own way. Sorry, but you want to know Recently, a customer was has been rioting ever since.
the facts, don t you? Matters of the heart are highlighted.And Lorenzo is a native Miami- so Impressed, he not only Getting back to the subject, the word demonstration has an
herein lies deception. And lies, and lies, and lies. an, and a product of the local bought two copiers, but sent a entirely different denotation thesedays. For example, the in-
school system. His higher letter to the President of A.B. gredlenys for a demonstration in 1969 includes long haired
VIRGO (August 23-Sepfember 22): Quiet forces areat education was received at Dick Company praising Lo- radical hippies, their girls in front of them carrying anti-
work Virg, to change your ideas, and perhaps even Clark College and St. John renzo's ability and dedicationto Vietnam banners, and their inevitable confrontation with the
mold you into a new form. Be flexable, but do not sacri- University Lorenzo is marls his job. police, national guard and tear gas canisters. The hippies,
fice your individuality, for this is one of most
your cushioned from !fcunjsr and poverty that haunted their fore-
appealing qualities. You're NOT like the rest of the pack, ..
and you know it. Trust your hunches. fathers, feel that they have nothing to lose, but their mind blowing
Your Luck Crossed Up? TO WHOM IT MAY LSD. Also, the,politically raided' hippies, referred to as
UBRA (September 23-October 22): Libra, Libra, Can't Hold Monty?Are You CONCERN: yippies, have caught the spirit China's Rad Guard by preaching -
Libra. What is old Olga going to do with you? You Sick Can't Get Work? the quotes of chairman Mso.
insist on being the grand lover. This is your nature, to Can't Hold a Job? Can't A nice reward given to Back to the main front, the golden dream of racial brotherhood -
be sure, but try in week ahead to use a bit of discretion. Hold Friends ? Family person or persons for has been tarnished by ugly developments.School deseg-
Keep a cool head no matter how your blood burns. Problems? Can't Overcome information concern- regation and open and fair housing which were theoritlcally

.. .. SCORPIO (October 23-NoYember 21): Amour is Enemies? driver ing a ,Magic No. 317being City Cab supposed to bring the races together,seems to have driven

once again highlighted, Scorp.. Do not discount the Come"ee this gifted woman stopped by the police them further apart. More and more whites are fleeing Integrated
of God with all problems schools neighborhoods while blacks are becoming
power of a glance. Shock waves follow. your on a Thursday morning
may
Sparks
t f Prayer change blacker and prouder. Moreover, with the trend of the Negro
may fly. Sounds like a rather decent week, doesn tit? thin .. God can da anything between 5-6 a.m. Aug-
into of the clUes and the whites to
moving the heart big moving
but fail.Noappointm.nt ne ust 21, 1969, on NW
SAGITTARIUS (November 22-December 21): O Sal(, cessary. 22nd Ave. & 77th t. the suburbs, black militants boast that "black power," with
hold on to your hat. Or wig. Wild and wonderful weekis Blessing&Healing Service (Near the Hofmann clenched fist and all,will sooihi: complete control of the big!

coming up. Everything depends upon you being in Every Sunday 4-6 p.m. Flower Shop)Cab driver cities. '
the right place at the right time. And wearing the right Friday 7 ,p.m. .9 p.m. was beaten by police The Vietnam war hassplitAmericaupitsbackto .the point
expression on your face. Plan your week so you will be out officers and infor- where everybody is feeling the pain. Military-age men are
L.
where the action is most apt to take place. MOTHER Phone: 691-2976 SMITH mation is urgently dodging the draft in Canada and on the college campuses,
i
CAPRICORN (December 22-January 19): The one 2311 NW 82nd Street needed., Please call: w'lile! even younger mon are refusing to pledge allegiance to
696-8886 the flag in high schools.Overall,patriotism has bscomo passe
you love may seem unusually fickle in week ahead, Cap. Miami, Fla
if this unhinges you, then play the same game. Constancy (Open for engagements) Before Nov. ,30, 1969 and embarrassing to display wtth many Americans.In .
Is not always devoutly to be wished, you know. the world of big business and government or both, there
are dally conflicts of interest. For example, Southern lead-
AQUARIUS (January February 18): Truth may - ------ -- -- ---- ers who openly defy civil rights laws but strongly denund law
dress In zany, irreverent costume, Aquarius. You have t and order Or oil millionaires who hire a battery of lawyersto
uncommon talent to know truth when you encounter it. I Now Under New Management I find loopholes In the tax laws, while in reality, taxes are
This is a great gift,' which few other have to the same our chief means of protecting his oil and keep this country

degree. In week ahead use this gift. .& Ownership I great. Or the alleged corruption of Kirk's Governors Club, in

PISCES (February 19-March 20): Rather uneventful I 1 otherwords, you scratch my back and I'll scratch yours.
week, Pisces my pet. No major ups or downs. However, Ho outlook for America is not that bad.;The majority of
day is and of I I Americans: are law abiding citizens with high ethical stan-
your coming you are instinctively aware
VALET
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this, so you will be content to bide your time. On last day PARK & dards. Thousands of young men"! are honorably serving their
of week one member of family may need a bit of cheering. country while a very small percentage of college students have
Give it gladly. I I participated in unruly protest demonstrations
1I 6894 NW 7 Ave. Yet, a moral cancer is spreading in our society, and it must
1 1 be stopped before it undermines the spiritual health of our

Mrs Range Named ChairmanOf 1 1I country.
I 836-1151 Until next time, a smile is easier to make than a frown.

Besides, it'll look good on you.
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.." Commissioner: .Mis. Range told the Miami I c'l.i.!< ,: Dray/ ;.Cleaning STANLEY DRUGS
Athalle Range will serve as rimes that Zachary Griffen, t '1, -" '
\ chairman of the Marie S.Carl ]Liberty City area board pres i- YOUR NEIGHBORHOOD PRESCRIPTION STORE
testimonial dinner to be held lent has already agree to I At Its Very Best I II 8690 NW 22 Ave 691-3741

on December 12, at the'Du- 2 serve ,as a co-chairman. i, II
t I HOMER HUMPHREY, Owner
pont Plaza Hotel at 7 p.m.
I I DRUGS COSMETICS GREETING CARDS
Canon Theodore Gibson I ALL WORK DONE ON
The dinner, which will non- also serve as a cochairmanof FREE PICKUP & DELIVERYMON.
-t or the executive director of << the testimonial dinner. PREMISES, '"

EOPI for the "outstand- Canon Gibson has been lead- t IN OUR THUR SAT. 9 AM-9 PM SUN. 1 TO 5'PMJack's
ing contribution she has madeto j Ing member of the EOPI Board t 1 L _
the Dade Community <
expected to draw between 500- igency's inception.She 'PLANT % I Pr--- -M '
1,000 from throughout the t :

community also said that Miami I Dade County's only Ir II i
& Boy's I
rimes Editor Garth C.Reeves blackSanltonecertilied
1 will serve as toastmaster forthe t master dry cleaner. 1 t
"I am exceedingly pleasedto I THIS IS OUR ONLY
chare this most notable j event. I, See,Mr, Jack FLORIDA'I

believe event," Mrs.the Dade Range communityowes said"We Tickets may be obtainedby .f r' 1.. t tt 1 II S lithe Latest in Men's I

SarntoneI I Pants -"Suits,- Hats -
this lady so much torah I enclosing $5 per person t II
she has brought to the Dade I and sending It to Marie S.Carl .... I Dress Shirts&.Fancy
I ,I WILBERT HAYNES
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County community She has 'Testimonial Dinner, P. 0. Box
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done a.fine Job and we,want to ,:327, Ailapattah Station* Mi- Owner i Lsr 944 NW 2nd AVENUE MIAMI, j
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TO SERVE YOU! LOUNGESEARL'S ZEBRA LOUNGE INTERNATIONAL
4400 NW 7th Avenue HEALTH STUDIO A-J LABORNO
Earl Edward, Prop.
Complete Exorcise PET PAIDDAILY
FUNCRALDIRECTORS Equipment Driver Mon with ears,
Fork lift, Lofcfox, Wore-
Supervised byi
Zeok Poltler Hovsomon. Qpon 5 t30o.ni.Employment .
DUGGIE'S PARADISE MANK ER-MILTON "Mr. Miami"
6701 NW 691.9151WI 15th Av.nu. WEIDER A-l

NDOW SERVICE Natural Organic Food Low !*0..-No Money Dowr
SupplementsSold
Restaurant. HotelDomestic
HENRY'S Inside ,

2966 NW 47th St. WINDOW Repair & SERVICE Installing Telephone 746 NW 62nd: 759-9423 Street 534 N. MIAMI Factory AVENUE

Phone: 635.9869 -

633-9396' .: LAUNDRY &
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CLEANING AUTO INSURANCE : r'
WILLIAMS' Low Premium Rates
TAILORS & CLEANERS
1 Day Service Alterations Low Monthly Payments .,..
4842 NW 27th Avenue Immediate
SR-22
and 634-9251 Filings
CONTRACTORSJ.H.COPELAND OFFICE HOURS
Mon.Thru Frl. 9, 0.7100;
CONSTRUCTION Sat. 930-4tOO ,
2939 NW 48th Terrace
Phone 634-6233 BROWN REALTY & INSURANCE AGENCY.
IndustrialComm.rcialR.sldentlol 4740 NW 7th.Avenue "
754-0655

Psalms 57s32
last of Seven Sisters of New
Orleans was born March 10,

carries 1887 i Is on olive Her In famous Va.Her spiri-son Magic City & Harlem ,Cabs

tual work.Write or call:5229765. Operating the Citgo Service Station
ar Come to: Wynder's
< 9 iN t )15 NW 62 St.
Temple, 303 NW 2nd St. 1501
Ft. Lauderdale, F 10. Send
$3.00 for this oil and message 696-6400
to: PHONF :
PROPHET BILLY WYNDER DRIVERS WANTED
P. 0. Box 1236Ft.
Lauderdale, Fla. 33311 Full time or Port-time
Apply at Office

4'N3 a + t dp .'YDUGGIE'S2GUEST & Sewing >,
Machine

Repairs
Give Yourself a Lifetime Profession,
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ALL WORKGUARANTEED BY BECOMING A BEAUTICIAN '.

Terms Reasonable Enroll Nowl ': e.
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ESTI,lATE Day .and Evening Classes ,

534-9904 0 R 864-4309 SUNLIGHT BEAUTY SCHOOL "

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(Wig Styling Very Reasonable)
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CAREER COURSES
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I AIDE GOODMAN SONS ,
KEEN AUTO TAG AGENCY !

':There are no better rooms' CALL 693.3721 Same locati m for two generations

;,MT\|. BUSINESS f
"' '. : 'SCHOOI* I 2688 NW 62nd V 1'), Phone: 691-0380
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earth than the ,,7190 N.W. ,,7tt\iAv.
on. rooms : IMlomi"FIa.
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f COLOR AND BLACK & WHITE TV SERVICE
I : '.' will findat Agents Wanted .
you STEREO RADIO, TAPE RECORDER
..; : Agents to nil The Miami
.'.. wanted all
Times
: art over
: DUGGIE'S PARADISE. -l Florida and Georgia. They VET TV ,'
may be boys' and'girls or
." V .;. adults. Make pending TED FORMERLY OF JET IS NOW VET
: ; : money. Write or call Mrs.
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946 NW 2ND AVENUE' OPEN 9 TO 9

: '. The accommodations i'.Y "An'l where In tho world
you want to 90"
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you'll receive, ?J NO MOP2,4CT ',INSURANCE COMPANY BECAUSE YOU

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SOME CHRONIC ILLNESS? WILL YOU
you will find only f TMY IU/lUil HAVE ENOUGH MONEY TO PAY THE.

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this brother. > ; '
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"MYTIME" 'WI'ter. .: ,/ .. '. Grambling CollegeMonopolyof Black I


Football Stars Threatened
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New York, November 30-- current issue of Look Magazine Since he became head foot- Like Coach Vince Lombardi,
Grambling College, the pre- ball coach at the age of 21, he believes it Is more impor-
r.v PHIL DIXON ro.ojTo dominantly Negro school that As segregation barriers fresh out of quarterbackingLeland tant to make football playersinto
'" has produced more pro foot-' crumble Tulane and Louisiana College in 1941,Robin men than men into foot-
ball stars than any other col- State, University, both already son has produced 70 playersfor ball players.The .
;: lege except Notre Dame, will the National American high school boys that
salute From all the reports the starting to look around,
all the Rattlers I you
soon get some competition for Football Leagues, 35 of whom Eddie gets generally come
will be the first
game in Tampa was more thanasuccess.PersonaUy Fm still grid talent from other Louisiana undoubtedly are still In the pros. from the lowest economic
not satisfied. I would like to see the present small college to muscle in, the article said.
schools order. They are black, poor,
and the better teams meeting in a
conferences re-organized All but 12 of Grambling's Through 1968, Robinson's casually educated except lathe
bowl type game for the true championship.Under the present This prediction was made current crop of 67 players are team had won 180, lost 68 and bitter lore of the ghetto and the
system, the major and small colleges can come UD with a national today in an article about the from Louisiana,and only one of tied 11. But, says Look Robin rural backwater, teetering on
based
most
of colleges are ;
ratings
The
champ. weekly Grambling football team and the 12 is from outside the son is more than a great coach. the edge of a wasted, perhaps
on region and publicity.<, A re-organization would remove all its coach Eddie Robinson in the South. He is a great human being. eriminalUfe.
doubts as to who is better.
'
Here In South Florida, the Orange Blossom Classic is a
most festive one. This year's game and festivals promisesto Three Black Football Stars Named To Look'sAll
be no different. The parade route is different, which is the
only change.. As for the other activities, they will be bigger,
better and more. From me, to you, happy classic! American TeamNew

My ,friend, George, did it again! Blaming someone else for"his
Steve Worster of Texas Bob the
are, only holdovers from
York November 30-- Mike "Cat" Ballou, a 230
boo-boo. Wheather or not he realizes it, the teams mo- ,
Jacobs of Wyoming and Chip the 1968 team.
mentum was lost before Morris got tackled for the safety. Three black defensive stars pound linebackerwasUCLA's
Why did George go back to the middle of the line, when to; have been named to the Look ironman. As a sophomore, he Kell of Juniors Tennessee the are the Each of the All Americas
ride stuff was working so well? My theory game plans are Magazine America football racked up 210 minutes of play- other on team. will receive a Linde'Star-for-
that something is working well,let the other people stop me team. ing time; added 196 minutes Dennis Onkotz of Penn Stateand the-Stars Sports Ring In honor
Steve Kiner of Tennessee
and then come up with something else; and then too, if I find The 23-man team,which Includes last year and was the most of bis achievement.
that something is not working,find something else.Even in the a kicking specialist for durable of the Bruins'defenders -
second half, George didn't go back to the wide stuff. Now the first time, was chosen by again this season.
George, I ask you to stop and think, how can one man make the Football Writers Associa- Jim Gunn, Southern Cali-
one play in the first quarter that caused a 15 point difference tion of America and announced fornia's comparatively small
in the final score? today in the current issueof defensive end, is 6'11"and 210
559 NW 49th
a During the Thanksgiving; weekend many football games, I Look Magazine. pounds. He was selected by
had a chance to visit a group of arm-chair quarter backs. Ohio State's John Tatum, the Writers for his speed and
After bandaging ankles, knees and wrists the thought came to one of four juniors on the team, mobility.
me as to what are the hundreds of excellent athletes that is versatile enough to play any Four schools -- Ohio State,
were around locally, doing now? I asked the president of the position on either defense or Texas, Penn State and Tennessee StreetBeautiful
Arm-cluir Quarterback club and he came up wi\.f wonderful offense, according to Buckeye -- placed two men each on
Idea He want to have some type of get together so these coach Woody Hayes.His versatility the honor team.
fellows can tell in person what they have been doing. I don't prompted the Writersto The Writers named Mike CBS House
know what he has in mind, where he'll have this get together, list him as a deep back in Reid of Penn State winner of
what he'll call it, where it will be or when, but; knowing Esmie 4-4-3 defense they decidedwas the Outland Trophy, which is
Bain as I do, I know this affair will come off and real big. As most popular in collegesthis awarded to the outstanding
the plans develop, Esmle promised to let me know, so I can year. terior lineman in the country. Immediate occupancy.
let you know. There watch"My Time and"The Miami Times
for details; and if any of the members want in on the planingetc.
., I advise you to contact Esmie at "the.Frontier" Gold Coast Handicap Saturday SportsThe Painted interior.No

Because of policies, Dade County will not have a high school .
football champion again this year Even though both teams will fifth running of the $15,000 Gold Coast Handicap is the
be playing postseasongames, Jackson and Gables will not weekend attraction at Tropical Park. The Gold Coast is for
a 'play,each other A pity;but a shame!I think a game of this type three-year-olds.and will be contested at the six furlong distance qualifying, '
would be a natural sell out and a benefit to any worth while and among the, sophomore candidates anticipated is
charity There are enough people influence in this town to Mrs. Dorothy Rigney's Fast Hilarious
cr bring this game to all of us in future years. no closing costs.
The Scoreboard to date: High schools 82-23 (.781);.colleges -
Fast Hilarious is dark'brown colt born and raised in
35-15 (.700); professionals 97-46 (.680). This week I a
see: Ocala, Fla. A year ago at Tropical Park he began a rise to
HIGH SCHOOLS national prominence with victories in the Alligator Stakes and Anyone can buy.
Jackson over Fort Lauderdale-The Generals ready for the Bright Memorial. To date in 1969 Fast Hilarious has made
anything 15 trips postwar and won six of them with four placings.

} Coral Gables over Hialeah- The Cavs are Just too much. Earnings for the Joe Bollero trained youngster amount to I $1200 Down
$202,845 for the season. ,
COLLEGES
Other highly regarded three-year-olds that are prospects
Florida
A&M.over Grambling-The Rattlers have almost con-
7 vinced me.CHUMP, fo.l the Saturday encounter include: American Victory, Tear- $168 mo. all
ing Around, Reasoning, Phantonwise, Stolen Glory, Copper- pays
OF THE WEEK Wilson
: George Mercury work weld. Lucky Run, Immediacy, Gravy Bull and Encanto Gent.
for you and can't fight back; but what did Bill Peterson do to
you? Believe it or not, your mouth is really showing your Also on the Saturday program will be the first in the sriesof
ability as a pro coach. route events which go under the title of the Florida En- --
Some where during, the classic weekend,P11 expect to bump durance i Series The purpose behind this series to promote Days 373:11686---
into you. ril be a good sport, will you? I really hope so. And competition among more or less the same horses at a grad-
to all visitors and out of town friends, welcome to Miami uating distance and with differing weight assignments. The
and the Orange Blossom Classic. first of these handicaps for horses that have started for a Eves 864-8546
claiming price of $5000 or less since September first will
1 be at one-mile and seventy-yards. The final leg comes on
January 10 and will be run at nine furlongs.


I Limited Bus

j :
Service ForClassic HEAR THE


Orange Blossom

i
The Metro TransitAuthori-

I ty announced that it will have Classic
"limited" park-ride serviceto
the Orange Blossom Classic
N
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game between Florida A&M FOOTBALL GAMEExclusively
and Grambling College,Satur-
day night,Dec 6,lathe Orange
Bowl.
on

The Northside Shopping
5 Center lot, NW 27th Ave and
79th Street, will be in operation W

i and extra bus service will M

be added to MTA regular 1490 B
routes 6, 15, 21, 23 and 25,

The regular 25 cent fare will MSOUL
be in effect on all the MTA
routes that normally pass the
Orange Bowl and the 35 cent RADIO
park-ride fare will be in effect
at the Northside lot.

Park-ride: service will be- : And on FM 93.9

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I The 1969 Florida A&M University RattlersFrom I


(left to right) first row: Robert Hills, Charles Hen- Jones, Gerald White Steve Scruggs, Glen Edwards, Leroy 1 Nathaniel Wayne, Jimmy Thomas, Booker Haynes, Charles

derson, Carlmon Jones, Walter Spicer, Jimmy McCaskill, Charlton, Dan Swain,James Black,AlfredSykes, Martin WoodI I Stockton) Versal Sumler, Harry Passmore.Fourth row: Terry.,
Melvin Jones, 'Otis Collier, Melvin Rogers, Hubert Ginn,Kent ard, Roy Howard, Dewitt Anderson. I Thomas, Calvin Henderson, Willie Bowden, Fred Warren,

Schoolfleld, Horace Lovett and Raymond Wilcox Second row: Ulen Phillips, Jerome Ford, Leroy Green,Willie mos,Steve
Third row: Nathaniel Coast, James McAllister, Edward 1 Wright, Hank Butler, Charles Goodrum, Joseph Burnette,
Willie Millers Othello Renfroe, Richard Evans,James Owens, Kirkland, Kevin Cox, Samuel Dickey, Doug Davis, Curtis Charlie Williams, Chris Anderson, Ricky Simmons, Charles

Johnny Champion, Ted Lyons, Benny Johnson,Tony Ash,Holly Vaughn, Al Dixon, Horace Times, Fred Fields, Cornell Boyd, ]Pearcey, Charles Sasser, and Thomas Wallace.


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.:. Lifeguard & Pool Management Training i I
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.. Seven trainees are now pools or beaches after com- the newConcentrateltEmploy- accordance to the standard
.. learning to become lifeguardsfor pletion of a six week's course ale..t Program with offices at medical chart used by Dade
I :. employment at Metro Dade ,at Myrtle Grove Pool. The 6444 NW 7th Ave. where ap- County.
: County Park and Recreation program is being launched by plicants may apply. The courses teach water

The program to train qualified safety, life saving, first aid,
i applicants for lifeguardsand swimming techniquoi and
ii eventually pool managersis swimming instructor teaching
By JOHN "ROOTMAN" McARTHUR i being launched in the Model plus pool maintenance. After
........................................................ Cities areas by CEP. Appli- completion of the six week

Classic time once again. reunion. get together. cants must be males betweenthe course the trainees will te
do your thing time ... Miami once again prepares to welcomeits ages of 18 to 29 and havea put to work in one of the
many visitors. Be kind, courteous and considerate, they high school diploma. They county's 14swlmmingpoolsor
might be your neighbors one day. must have perfect 20-20 vision on its beaches as lifeguards.
SOUL HAPPENINGS. .. Bahamian without glasses and be between --
at the Dupont Plaza a success. .Jolly Fourteen Club annual 5 feet 8 Inches tall to 6 feet

dance at the Knight Beat. Mrs. Marie Stewart, president, 4 Inches maximum height. As
Mrs. Lucille West mistress of cermonies... A groove. The to physical fitness weight must .v
inner circle dances to be held at the Newport every Friday be in proportion to height In

night in December Singles 21 to 35. The big 'D' Lounge

discotheque, 27th Avenue aid: 28th,poison head on the show. -- --- ROOMOUTFITS '
Support your local clubs, soul that is for classic visitors. 1 cti
Soul's place, 36th St. NW 2nd Ave.; Jet-A-Way, 36th St. NW; r
27th Ave.; Knight Beat, 6th St. NW 3rd Ave.; Continental, 60th
St. NW 7th Ave.; Hampton House, 27th Ave. NW 7th Ave; Soul
City, Ft. Lauderdale, 17th Ave.; Elks, 85th St. NW 7th Ave.;
Step Hall and Band,Supont Plaza,Saturday night; or the churchof

your choice on Sunday. A lot of time is spent during fly >Vt F x Your Credit Is Good
classic with people running around looking for out of town WE CARRY OUR
qR
friends Could be some local disc jockies could have open OWN ACCOUNTS
lines Friday and Saturday with some of the guests calling In. SPACIOUS DmUt.CHISf
Put your visitors on_ a post card and mail to this column, ril OR BOOKCASE HEAD.bOAIID. .
print some next week .also soul happenings to come in the .nOOWS SOFA,IEP MOWOOHIAMPS. 'ANO
future Soul reunions next Friday at the Knight Beat. MATCHING Of AM IN OKMCl
BTW Friday, Dec. 5;Northwestern,Dec. 12. George Wash- Of COCKTAIL COLORS.TABLEl STEP HID TABLES-OfC,
ington Carver, Dec. 19; North Dade, Dec. 26; Mays Dec. 30 ORATOR UMTS. APA TtNt
WITH 4 CON
These are schools that have phased oat their senior clas- SIZE WASTING DINETTE CHAIRS...
ses and these dances are for all graduates ana friends. "cbMnin
.
- "Dropouts over the age of 21 :-.:-all classes must be 21. FOR S2 9"LARGE

SOUL FOLK. .Joseph Holloway, Elijah Gurley (CEP); Atlanta ONLY

Life, Fred Johnson Jr., Luther Floyd, John Johnson, DOUBLE DRESSER,
James Coe; Miami Herald, Derek Davis, Gordon A. Merrit, $ 1 r'+< 4 CHEST. MIRROR AND PANEl
DDS Ft. Lauderdale Mike Todd National Life Insurance. KD. THIS All KMMICA IED-
.. .. .. ROOM SIT COMES COMPLETE
"ark Strong soul cowboy to ride with Dillard High band of WITH MATTRESS AND MATCH.
Fort Lauderdale (horse's name Is King). Israel Adderly real, Standing left to right; Mrs. ,Alma Crawford, Mr. Walter A. White, ,Mr. ,Cullen AND NO SOX 2 LOVELY SWING' ,IAMPS.2 PIIIOWS IN.

estate man with Brown Realty. Jessie, Hattie, Pam, formerlyof Felder/ Mrs. Olivia Sanders.Martin SIlt CLUDED DINETTE.IS A J-PC.7PC.SECTION.FAMILY
the Double Deck at Tiny's on 22nd Avenue and 92nd St. The ''AL LIVING ROOM WITH 2.

wayout lounge Betty, Sandra'Lee, Leola, Bobby, Jet-A- Principal TAIl STEP TABLES 2-DECORATOI AND COCKTAH LAMB
Way ozene Dean FloridaA&Mgraduate musician teacherto Elementary Of YOUR CHOICE.

start in Jan. Dade County need a band call him 696-0216 CMPLITI! $ S-

George Andrews A&A Modeling, 757-1556, welcomes all
classic visitors.LINDA Honored By PTAAn
_-" _" ___ "' _"'""" .,f.n"j ........... CHOOSI FROM MODERN
FRENCH SPANISH, OIITAlleAN
s SOFA AND MATCHING
outstanding program for Wednesday, Nov. 12th found F. C. Martin that Indeed Better CHAIR. END TABLES
f American Education Week at the school family dressed In Education is our job. COCKTAIL IXMPS. ROUND TAKE AND DINETTE 2 FINE :II I
i Frank C. Martin Elementary, maroon and white as they ob- Shown in the picture left to TABLE WITH SWIVEL BUCKET
LATEST
9s School was planned by Mrs. served school color day. right: Mrs. Alma Crawford, DESIGN CHAIRS IY IN MAI"'UIt THE ;TRIPLE
F o Bernice Paulk and her com-J On Thursday, dress.up day, Walter A. White, Cullen Feld- DRESSER WITH 2 TWIN
MIRRORS HIGH 10V CHEST
mittee and executed by the en- parents came out and enjoyeda er and Mrs. Olivia Sanders. AND QUEEN SIZE
tire school'family. delicious lunch with their HEADSOARD. INCLUDED" IS A
QUEEN SIZE FOAM
Principal Walter A.White children. Many stayed on MATTRESS AND MATC.WNO
was delightfully surprisedwhen to witness the play; "Instant 'SEWING MACHINE ItDROOM lOX SPRING,LAMPS.1 PIL19WS AND
the Parent Teachers' Education" presented by Mrs. OO
Association gathered that Donnie Parker's fifth grade REPAIR SPECIAL COMKITI.$68 iJTHE t'a

night to honor him as an out-, class and Mrs. Bernice
standing educator and com Paulk's third grade class.

munity leader. The play was presented *,Clean & Oil 1 PI
.t During the program a portrait again on Friday morning for, Adjust Tensions
of Mr; White was unveiled the intermediate grades. Fri- $1
/ f and he was presented witha day was also AfroAmericanDay *Check Adjust Wiring Belt ; I / I II
7a plaque in appreciation of his and Frank C. Martin was Oelint
Machine
nineteen years of service as a indeed a colorful place, with I/ .
Insp.ct Lubricate
civic and educational leader in staff and students wearing native Motol
the community. The portrait dress. Our library was
will be hung in the school's turned into a veritable mu- Phone: 534.9904
Y cafetorlum. seum with a two-part educa..

.. -. It was obvious that Monday tional exhibit depicting "Our Or 864.4309 71JHI lM **
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Nov. 10th was Patriotic Dafas African Heritage" and "Our

LOCKMAN E. P. ROBINSON staff and teachers came toschool' American Dream." RELIABLE SEW-VAC

Miss Soul Thing Soul Man of the week ,bedecked in red, white American Education .wee
Miss Black Florida 1969 and blue. Impressed upon all of us 'at



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30 THE MIDI TIMES. Friday. December 5. 1969
that this third annual Po After all, "Friendshipconsistof

,'f,1" ;, tentate's Ball is absolutelyyour forgetting what one gives
F CLASSIFIED ADS ..' 'of, invitation to enjoy a relaxing and remembering what one
Ii pleasure-filled even- receives." So let's be friends)

ing as the guest of Kazah Tem- Til see you at the ball,Fri-
20 ti WORDS OR LESS $2.00. IOC FOR EACH ADDITIONAL ..VORD.
I' ple #149 of Miami, Florida. day, Dec. 5, from 10 p.m. to
DEADLINE FOR CLASSIFIED ADS TUESDAY 6 P. M. An evening of worthwhileand 2 a.m., at Bayfront Park Auditorium -
---& -" enjoyable entertainmentthat Gulfstream Room,

FOR SALE FOR SALE CHILDCAREGood you wouldn't want to miss., 449 Biscayne Blvd., Miami.

like 2 bed- 2 bedroom - - ----- --- -
Beautiful CBS new large house, home for children,pick.
room 1 bath, carport, tile screened porch, city water, up and delivery 6351882.Kindergarten .
r roof, awning, fenced yard, lot good area $500 down, $100
I 75 x 105. FHA $450 down$108 monthly, no qualifying. See and nursery I WELCOME
:
month, Atlantic and Pacific 1560 NW 51st St. Call 226- Call Mrs. Ware 758-8072 v d4 o

Realtors 666-0411. 8566 after 2 p.m. Mrs. Brown at 758-3446.
CLASSIC FANSTO
(Jan. 2)
2116 NW 97th St. 3 bedrooms, Five double beds for sale $60 ..... ... I THEMIDNIGHT
fenced yard, wood floors, no each, 5261 NW 30th Court. CHILDCARE. Babies from 6 Greetings:

qualifying. Open Sunday 2-5. months up. Good care. 634- The Illustrious Potentate of
531.3184 or 3711905. EARN $350 PER WEEK 0097. Kazah Temple 149, extendshis PUB

Small supermarket Buy greeting to one and all,and
650 NW 50th STREET equipment only. Established Childcare in my home, your 4400 NW 17 Ave.
CBS, 2 bedrooms, air con 12 years. 7606 NW 17thA ve. child will have the best of care,

ditioned, pool and patio, wall M. Rauzin, Broker 379-3475 in my home. Mrs. Anderson FEATURING
to wall carpets, stove,refrigerator call 8653359. 759-8335.

Nicel!Total price$16- 5 t Mr. Harvey
400. Assume !l5' 1/4% mortgage 3 BEDROOMS Responsible childcare in large Rd{

t p call today for all the details Drive by 1152 NW 46th Street home. Pick up and delivery.
on this gem.Aetna Real Very large corner home. 693-2855. a And His

ty, (Broker), 811 NW 54th St. $16,000 FHA $600 down $200

Phone: 757-5724. Vets. $136 month pays all. A. Bethlehem Kindergarten and PAN AMERICAN Sex Machine
Ben-Korl, Realtor, 8917260.
Nursery, 420 NW 40th Street.
5647 NW 5th COURT Telephone 758-3446. Pick up WORLD AIRWAYS DANCING 9 A.M.
CHEAPIE Like new Chippendale Settee and deliver Mrs. Dorothy
'
Total price $7,600. $1,000 and China cabinet. Also good Brown. (Dec. 26)) UNTIL
down. $75 monthly. Hurry, condition baby bed and playpen The World's Most

Hurry, Hurry. Aetna Realty' 633-6112. MISCELLANEOUSMADAM Experienced Airline YOUR HOSTESS
Broker) 811 NW 54th St. Ph: NOW HIRING
757-5724. KAYA MISS GEORGIA

FOR RENTFOR gifted spiritualist reader STEWARDESSESTo

Large 4 bedrooms, 2 batus, and advisor. 'Guaranteed to MR. HARVEY DANCING, BARMAID"
corner property, shrubbery, RENT help. Advice on all problemslove Fly All

trees, $1,000'down 373-7973. Open 1251 NW, 52nd St. Partly marriage, courtship, Six ContinentsMust GWEN
furnished 2 room efficiency. business transactions. Help
HOT DEAL Private house. $95 month plus find loved ones and lost articles be tlngU minimum age

3 bedrooms, 2 baths, Florida tax, plus $95 security,adults Guaranteed help. She 20. Height 513" to 59 .
105 140 Ib .
Weight to Good
*
room, double garage, split only or bachelor. No pets. Go succeeds where others have health. Good vision. Must
level CBS home. Sold at FHA see first, then call 8917260. failed. She gives you lucky be high school graduate.
terms. $29,000. $2800 down days and lucky numbers.Bles- Knowledge of a foreign CARLTON A' REA&TY!

plus closing. Drive by 9025 Dependable working woman sed oil and lucky charms for language.

NW 32nd Ave.And for appoint- who wants room. Little cook- the home. From 9 to 9 daily MIAMI INTERVIEWS: 3014 NW 19tH ST K! BROKERS
ment to show,call Mr. Murray ing 693-0353 call evenings.. She is a true instrument of Thursday, Dec. 18th ;" (w. II No Answer:
Assoc. at 226-3124 or 759- God. She helps and heals by 693-4772 '(Hi 759.6500

8779. Fenster Realty Broker. ROOM TO RENT prayer 688-9178 11601 NW For Interview CM appointment FHA'CBS. 4 bdrmi, 2 baths, Irge kitch, diningarea

-DUPLEX Settle Christian woman or man 7th Avenue. (Dec. 12)) PAN AM 637.2778 LR, screened porch, util rm, pool, Bar-B-Q,

Meals or kitchen privileges.Call DR. MARTIN LUTHER KING A*rival.BitertwnitCmeltyei concrete patio furniture, fenced. $18,000, $800
Zoned business. Lot 75 x 105 early a.m. or nights 633- down all.
JR. Keychain. His face $147 mo.pays
on busy NW thorough lare., 5766. ,name, A Plan for Progress
Close to everything. Price "Dream" speech clearly engraved Company FHA CBS. 3 bdrms, 2' baths, LR, din area ,

F. $19,800 with $3,500 down. Rooms for rent Central onsilver-platedhand- Irge kitch, tile rf, $19,000, $900, dn, $154 mo. ;
Al TIRELLA, REALTY heating and air conditioning polished charm hanging from raoster..rp. pays all.FHA'CBS..

Realtors 12301 NE 6th 754-5426 Avenue 5261 NW 30th Ct. 691-8493. keychaln.each keychain Send $2.00 with today printed for '3 bdrms, 1 both, LR, Irge din area,

name, address, zip to K. Key, Fla rm, tile rf, util rm, pump & sprinklers, awn
ROOM Prefer man only.Lib-
$600 DOWN FHA Box 713, Groton, Conn.06340. ings, fenced, patio, $21,000, $1,200 down,
erty City area. Private home.
46th St. and NW 5th Avenue 758-8128. Please clip this ad for now and 1 $166 mo.pays all.

2 bedroom corner lot. Clean future, ordering.Do FHA'CBS. 4 spacious bdrms, 2 baths, LRdinarea

home. $110 pays all. Call Mr. ., Room for single working lady. I Irge modern kitch, Flo rm, patio. 2 util
Richard 4449435. Greater Private bath, cooking privi. you need it? I got it? Like rm, sprinklers, fenced. $22,000, $1,400 down, &
to read
or play race Bless
Miami Realty 446-8611. leges. Near expressway and $178 month pays all.
oil luck God bless Send
us.
bus line. $60 per month.To see
2 piece sectional, breakfront, call NE 54805. $4.00. Write Elder M. Davis, FHA'CBS. 3 bdrms, 2 baths, ten firs, din area,
lamp table, chair, TV, rea 819 West Church St., Jack' HAS Irge kitch, util rm, Fla rm, fenced, storage bldg.

sonable. Vacuum,electric fan, Room in private home. Cooking sonville, Fla. 32202. Phone IMMEDIATEOPENINGS. 1 Central heat. $22,400, $1,500 down, $180 mo.

silver, linen, ladies.clothes privileges. Nice Quiet pays all.

((18-20)) 865-0768. working woman or man. 758- 3538933.FAYSON'S FOR NO QUALIFYING.Lovely 2 bdrm, 1 bath, CBS,

$400 DOWN FHA _5704. JANITORSPART tile rf, hdwd firs, $14,500, $2,000 down, $120
Painting & all.
mo. pays
NO CLOSING COSTS
ROOM. Middle age man only.
j Lovely 3 bedroom home. F la. 1798 NW 83rd St. 836-1367. Decorating TIME NIGHTS' LARGE CORNER BUILDING. Approx. 3,000

room, nice stove, refrigerator Good Pay sq. ft., suitable for doctors offices, medical

and heater. Large lot. REASONABLE AND Fringe BenefitsApply clinic, business offices, or light Industry.. Excellent *

$116 month pays all. Hurry HELP WANTEDEarn DEPENDABLEFREE In Person: location with plenty of parking area,
this will sell fast, AUapattah ESTIMATES 309 NW 2nd AVENUEMF $28,000, '$7,500 down, $200 month.
Realty, Realtors, 633-0426.
$100 week commission Phone 3 p.m. to 6 p.m. DUPLEX LOT. Excellent location. $3,300 cash.

2130 NW 81st TERRACE selling wigs and hairpieces (lade)
from home or party plan., MANY OTHERS CALL US FOR YOUR NEEDS
your ,625.4096
Beautiful 3 bedroom, CBS
Phone 274-2881 after 6
home : p.m.
carport and enclosed

It porch, large rooms, FHA HOTEL
mortgage low Interest rates Young girls. Must be high
i ,> FONTAINEBLEAUHOUSEMAN
school graduates responsible.Will .
no qualifying.$2500down.Call
train on Job. Interviews I
owner 7585400.
10 a.m daily 545SW 22ndAve. PORTERS
NIGHT CLEANERSPBX J
HUNTER'S THRIFT SHOP
Female cook over 25 to work OPERATORS
"Never such bargains before split shift no Call Apply in Person: t
Sundays.
Everything must got! Practically \
DR
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Personnel Office
691-9718 6 a.m. to 8 p.m. : 1
giving ,away beautifulnew 10 a.m. to 4 p.m. 1t
upholstered sectional,antique -
Middle age man to ride with 4441 Collins Avenue .
1\ 910CLOSEOUT
'i chairs sofa low
1 as 1
Miami BeachAn
salesman. 666-7648 after 8
$25.00 all material new, tele- .
vision set, china closet, dinette p.m., ask for Fred Equal Employer Opportunity \.w. 'ejIe

set, many more items.
8609 NW 22nd
AvenueDec. C1f.
12)) ATTENTION .

INFANT DAY CARE CENTER
3 bedroom, 1 bath,porch, 1167 69 BUICKS OPELS
NW 58th St. $500 down 221- There is an Infant (baby) care center'available -
3872, owner to girls who are working or attending Complete Selection
school.

RUMMAGE SALE HUGE SAVINGS!!!

Good women 'clothes and HOURS: 8:,00 a.m. :to 4:00 p.m.
v
shoes, men clothes and shoes. Location: 6255NW. 7th Avenue Ml MI'S UA8CST RETAIL .'ICIIULEI
Phone 759-3501
M llshes.Also household Every Friday goods andSat-and. COST:: FREE ENTIRE.Phone :2300 BLOCK S.W.. 8th ST.

irday, 3175 NW 65th Please contact Sister Miriam 6 42.1400 BftOWARD 524.1267

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_ l t Phi Delta Kappans HonoredEDELEN LUCKY LENNY'S


On Saturday, Nov. 21, the Delta Kappa were honored Leila Butler from Birming- Soror Mazie Edge, a dynamic WEEKLY REPORT
sorors of Alpha Delta Chapter with the presence of theSouthof ham, Alabama. leader who was elected as Puerto Rice 19-78- 4S
the National Sorority of phi eastern regional director, The meeting was held at the its first basileus, good luck Dog Days
rFRANK q A home of Soror Johnnie Patten. for a successful term. 56-31-?
Soror Butler outlined guide- Marjorie Rhodes, basileus
The Brothers of Beta Beta The big event was held at the lines for Implementing chap
Lambda chapter of Alpha phi Second Baptist Church's Day ter programs and activities.The .
Alpha are pleased to announce Care Center of Richmond meeting was informativeas emrmwrmm 6 a 5 mrrrmrmmfinvi
that Its 3rd annual Thanks- Heights. Over 125 children
well
as enjoyable.The hos-
giving Dinner for children in were served; a delightful din- tesses were Sorors Geneva
need- was a smashing success. ner at 1 p.m., Thanksgiving Collie Annie Hudson, Johnnie 3515 NW

Patten and Marjorie Rhodes.

((1)) 6814 NW 6th Ave.Two CBS houses. 1 lot. Congratulations to Sorors

Selling for only $13,000. $850.00 total amount Johnnie lona Dukes Patten, Mary for McCray a job well and

cash needed. Monthly payments $94.00 plus done in the organization of the 213th StreetCBS
BUICK C
taxes and insurance. new capter, Omicron Nu, of
the national sorority of Phi
2100 N.E. 2nd AVE.
((2)) 736 NW 48th St. 3 bedroom CBS beauty. Delta Kappa. Best wishes to
USED CAR PHONE Fla room, dining room. Selling price only 4 Bedrooms
374-113'6 $12,700 with total cash needed $800.00.

Mon..W.d.-Frl. Till 9:00 Monthly payments $105 plus taxes and in- WATERFRONTFishing completely fenced
Tu.i.-Thuri-Sot. Till 6:00 ,
surance. Pays in full 20
years. In Your Own
\ ",. BackyardLittle
1968 .RIVIERA ((3)) 3054 NW 55th St. Small 3 bedroom. Only River Drive completely renovated, i

2 to choose' rom.. Both $9,000.Total $500 cash. $80 month pays all. grounds 14'x14',Fie air ran conditioned, beautiful

extra ,nice cars., ,One' garage.FHA terms.SPITZER Only. $19,000 new roof, new floors,
FORD REALTY. INC. BROKER
with bucket'seats and REALTY
PHONE: 1514659REALTY' Realtors interior and exterior
Operating) console.Both ) .

with vinyl roofs. 759-8141

One with cloth:: Interior, F $600 down.
', I'i-
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the other;'vinyl-'Whitewalls I

:sand $125
; jnany other mo.

extras' ;:.Priced! to..sell TERRIFIC BUY!
>,. POKER: Direct from
CBS, 3 bedrooms, like owner. .
new, fenced : .
carport, In
RIVIERA 1961 OPEN 7 DAYS :, zS yard, awnings, modern
'. .. ':, ..& kitchen
CUSTOMBucket > A.,_. FHA approved.
';:: 11.'"" .I>t'T\
seats, operating 3270 52ndSTREET 864-8546 Eves

console. 30,000, FHA FINANCING 373-6145
Modern 4 bedroom, 2 bath CBS in Carol City. or
chrome wheels are lust "
Near everything. Circular drive, central heat 221-0549 Days 3730686oooooocood0oggooQoooooooooooeooooooooff
part of the equipmenton large built-in kitchen, sliding doors from bed

this nice car. Another room, open to patio and large fenced grounds.' !
Price $18,500$1,700 down plus closing,
low price of $2595 $124.57 month plus escrow.


SELL FOR FHA VALUATION I '.
STATION WAGONS Like new 3 bedroom;, 2 bath CBS In Carol City. Ic
Awning windows, gas heat, alt conditioning, .r'
1967 SPORT WAGON wall to wall carpe" ing,. large built-in kitchen, .'.
Power brakespowe: sprinkler system., FHA. Price $21,000, $1,200
down plus closing,, $146.81 month plus'escrow.
steering, air conditioning -

WW, rack, blue SELL FOR FHA VALUATION Snap upa
Lovely 3 bedroom, 2 bath CBS on very nice
inside and 1965
; out* street in Carol City. Tile roof, awnings, awn-
sport wagon, A good. ing windows, built-in kitchen, spotless inside
second ar.t.ook.'realgood..S and out. See at 15311 NW .33rd. Avenue. FHA
price $18,500, $800 down plus closing, $131.24
e i'at'.price:.is; mo. plus escrow. bargain.b .

.. .$1050.ELECTRA .' FHA FINANCING
: ; .:t \i\t !::;: I Prttty. corner 'CBS on large f fenced .lot, at 16120
I ,KW 50A Av*. ,Anings, ,eveU alt I :conditioners :<
:: ; wall to' wen ,e rp.tlmlftict; tuuJn., i v x'S
CUSTOM \ .''dow"in: 'living l "room.'stove,' refrigerator. A'spot.| Eteetrte rates

1961 Jet'bme! f!:.ri$*$ ,gtO, $ ,OOO.d. ,*!'.;;llHi22";'p' 'i' .;., -1IIAfta
t ago.pldi uero iff'I: ,; ', ', ;: ','. ; ... ". >., .._.._ down
4 door
hardtop, ,one A "
owner, low mileage, FHA FINANCINGTwo t ('k, .:<;. .,.?,>!";, ",: 44t.t,,'".,. ". eleven times

mint green with green properties east of expressway on NW .,'{.t.; >ti1 Jt51: f n1;:n;:;;:; r.%t>(ltb.>>t.If:;)..: since 1957!
50th St. 3 bedroom CBS at 361 NW 50th St. Pj;, i1t: 1: t 1 ,
vinyl and matching' in-' home and income at 415 NW 50th St. Requires ( '
and z: .. .E ;: .
.
terior. All power equip about $5,000 cash to buy either prop .', \ m,4' r ;.. .
'
: : { i Snap! And your home is .
ment. erty. Pass by and Interested, call u. : t '{iSS flooded
$2495. ttt f \; t' i ; with light. Twist a dial
f y J; ;.&5'<.* t ') i And your laundry gets
..,. .... ..., SELLER PAYS ALL: COSTS '.: ; ; ': I' 4 :$ tt s
'1!fib..,' CUSTSlf20,000milesone ;1' Very large 6 ,bedroom,, 3 bath, CBS',of 1722.NW' f :,, yl'",;< ; "a, 1 '( : y'. shopping. Click! And stars ..
1 '
decorated house L.Vled 1 A ;- of the entertainment world
\;'" '32nd St. this. freshly can it ,
u",,ELECTRA. y :+ for two'families, as it has 2.kUh.ntilnd.. ? ; :' l.. come into the room,

ownerfwni, .. ;loiity. converts, 'fato2 t i large'opartmentsFlorida! in full color.
; l' ,4.
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't.? a 1.e.B.tp.S.t 'P. ;room, large ;enclosed porch, awnings' ,awning ; x Today, we rely on electricity
; ,rr : 'windows, vacant. We ,hove keys., FHA prices ; Y i" so much and have it so
door ocks" ,' .AIt{;,\ ,'j.:. .$26,500, $2,300 down. $179,44'month. plus es* ;: J ) :?' readily at our fingertips that
radio/ WW ,vinyl hoof? crow. Seller pays,closing costs 1 s .. we often forget how'miraculous
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+ ; ;, it all would have seemed a few
LOOKX. ,' ,.$3035., ., :' I. a tf'AZ1r; k 'j i E generations ago. And we seldom
':fl> 't WE HAVE MANY MORE HOMES t (j!:; f ,, ; !, t ; know what a great bargain
ELECTRA CUSTOM YOU CAN BUY ANY OF OUR FHA HOMES FOR $100 ,f. a .+faHn' f :: ; ;,: flameless electric is, especiall
r y ; ;, in these inflationary times.
DOW IF YOU ARE A VET OR BEING DISPLACEDAND t '
I 1966 IFYOU, CAN QUALIFY I 1 't : The average price per kilowatt IJ
y /" Y ;, hour paid by FPL-served
4 door, hardtop, ano- ');.0;', families today is one-third less

ther nice low mileagecar .. d". than it was in 1957!
,
/> : />0'
with air conditionIng 'REALTY .' ::. No wonder, then, that you
use electricity so much. It's the

and other power ; ':: i'.2 biggest bargain in your budget '
', '
/ : 'tfr. }/II ,
; / ..... ..:.... .!, >
equipment. .$1995 will I BROKER "' :'t:...:> ,> Snap i it up! '
.
take it, home. TWO OFFICES \ : .t .

CITY SHQmNG; CENTERARCADE FpLILOIIIOA : "
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'CAROL
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TRAIES AlltfJEB ''' '" pow,..L'GH'' co....,..
.I'LI.--1': M '6244666' ,... \ ,.. HI."N4 WNO.IOAIOA ,
;= PRICES (SUBJECT > I
"' :" ':'TdZ: '.',GKIIHTAHAILE. ', 4932 NW .7th: .*'vf!L9-437.1 'J"t'.i r 1I

'.A VAL' .:R ANk.IIx '. p ",.II. r.:.. \ '. i ,-$ ,
? .' : ."""" (*'Sundays e I I.It -111 I I I I\:1-1.: I Vi I ION: USti: ELECTRICITY t What else costs less tixJu>' than it did in IQS1'THE

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32 THE MIAMI TIMES. Friday, December 5, 1969
1! : !EIIErs.. : SPECIALS GOOD DEC. 4 to 7, 1969" '",

'' FLA GRADE A


:, I t: J\\f rslb.:"I 28C
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LYKES PALM RIVER

r oD s Franks .$1
: i _ecl '120Z PACKAGES

: \ -- DIRR'S GOLD SEAL SLICED

1 r Ib.
vf. b 4 ; 79C


54th ST. & 27th AVE. 1k
Mullet Fish 230
SOUL FOOD CENTER .
"I ,OPEN 24 HOURS 3- & U.S. CHOICE '
53 DAY* A YEA ,
Chuck Roast Ib.Ib. 59C
FOR ADDITIONAL SPECIALS SEE. OCR .
AD IN TilE MONDAY HERALD FOR YOUR
U.S. CHOICE

MONEY CONVENIENCE* RECEIVING PAYROLL OUR LIGHT SERVICES BILL CHECK PAYMENTS INCLUDE CASHING Ch UC k St ea k 69 C,

KEY MAKING QUANTITY RIGHTS RE- -a (WHOLE)

SERVED.. Smoked Picnic Ib.160Z 39C

Gain, Detergent. .
GIANT 490Z LIMIT 1 W $5.00BANQUET
"#(/Nl t ll6lA \ \' "f ft

ICECREAM C :


t } rF \\\\ gol. '. ,
\ ,,,,, LIMIT 1 WITH $5.00 ORDER r\\
KRAFT SLICED AMERICAN .1 \:

Cheese 120Z PACKAGES 49t 9ceCaffl

Northern Tissue SINGLE'ROLL 9CLIBBY'S
K _
LIBBY'S #'
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SLANT SLICED
: U Green Jc Catsup = ,
A
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140Z
': QT. Beans U 190 .

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Y y LIBBY'S CREAM OR WHOLE KERNEL' "y:
4 Corn uoz 230 v4 f

DINNERS LIBBY'S ;
Fruit Cocktail ..
L\ 170Z 230ioz
/ modahlCkr.n r tT t .
I 1 d11.1..r t CAMP'SPork IVAN
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vi wli. & Beans 210


Comet Cleanser 14 OZ... 15C

Chicken Beef Zest BATH SIZE6tt
Bar Soap OFF A BAR 39C
Turkey Each LYKES
noz:
t r Vienna Sausage 4 oz' 23C

,SWEET RED DELICIOUSAppleS

3LB. BAG 39$
C YELLOW COOKING

I, 'f Onions 3LB. BAG 33$
SWEET& JUICY 'FLAOranges >
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12 IN. X 25_ FT. 39$
BAG .
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