The Miami times
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Title: The Miami times
Physical Description: Newspaper
Language: English
Publisher: The Magic Printery
Place of Publication: Miami Fla
Creation Date: September 5, 1969
Frequency: weekly
Subjects / Keywords: African Americans -- Newspapers -- Florida   ( lcsh )
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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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/. fort lauderdale Cools REV. EDWARD. Host T.Minister GRAHAM a

More than 3,000 delegatesand
friends are attending the
After Progressive National Baptist
Blowup Convention's eighth annual[: Rev. L. V. Booth, Dr.I"Edd T. Graham, Host Minister; Dr. Thomas Kll1 -

session at Miami Beach. The 1 gore, Jr., Program Committee Chairman; and Rev. R. C. Adderly, Nassau, I
Things were getting back to reported by police, who saidmore 'I meeting opened Tuesday and i ,. .,,
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Wednesday night after three violations. Sunday. ,
nights of racial strife that saw There were occasional reports Headquarters for the parent t\ t I t 4 ?
sniping, burning and looting of sniper activity but no''body' is the Barcelona Hotel, \,, \'
bring t on a dark to dawn injuries from gunfire. while the Women's Auxiliary
curfew. ,Other Broward Communities -will use the DiLldo Hotel as
Although there were sporadic reported disturbances their headquarters Most de-
outbreaks of violence In the Tuesday night but not of serious legates are quartered at
predominantly black northwestarea proportions. the Moulin Rouge, Sovereign,
the vandalism and looting Several incidents of rock tossing Lucerne, Sorrento,Atlantic Towers -
that marked 'outbreaks Sunday and setting of small fires Waldman's, International
and Monday night had halted were reported in nearby Pom- and the Cadillac Hotels.
for the most part as anted pano Beach and a report was The theme of the conventionis t 't
police and National Guardsmen received of sniper fire on Hal- "Church Renewal in a Revolutionary
patrolled the streets.In landale Beach Boulevard In the Age." Prominentspeakers
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the dark side streets, south part of Broward., from throughout the
however, there were occasional In the area where the cur country are scheduled for the
outbreaks of rock throwing,with few was In effect police road various pro grams of the meet-
a Florida Highway patrol blocks were in operation at Ing. Some of the more well
armored riot truck as one of several intersections and autos known names who will appearare
the targets. Home-made fire were kept to the main, well- Dr. Benjamin E. Mays, Rev. L. V. Booth, Ci ncinatti, Ohio, Executive Secretary; Mrs. Minnie Booth, '
bombs also were tossed at this lighted traffic arteries.All President Emeritus Morehouse President of the Women's Auxiliary; and Dr. Emory R. Searcy, Convention 'I
vehicle but caused no damage. College, Atlanta, Ga.; Dr. Gar
It was in these dark side taverns were closed and dner C. Taylor Brooklyn N.Y. President.
streets of an area comprisingabout all-night hamburger and Rev. Wyatt Tee, Walker,, New: ....,..._.,_ "11I..I. .,"" _.. 'II".. -,,- -
200 blocks of::black homes chicken establishments-..even York City; Rev. C. T. Vivian,
that the curfew was violated. those usually open all night. Chicago; and Rev., Marshall L.
More than 40 arrests were were locked up. Shepherd, Philadelphia.The .
convention got off to a
rousing start Tuesday night witha
Mini i i Department Store To pro-convention: musical at Miami
Beach Convention Hall. The
rist sessions began Wednesday
Feature Black ManufacturersThe ; morning
"The Convention Banquet,"
Liberty City Community Bernard N. Dyer, the Executive with Dr.Benjamin Mays as main
:Council, a Church sponsored Director of the Liberty speaker, held on Wednesday
,Community Develop ,City Community Council, revealed evening at 5:30, at the Barcelona ," _
ment Program,,is opening the' in a press conferencethat Hotel. "Thepresident'sAnnual ,
nation's first Department this Department Store Address" is scheduled
Store. This store will operate will hopefully become a Manufacturer for Thursday evening, 8:30, at
under the trade name of "Our '. Representative for the Miami Beach ConventionHall.
Thing." Black Manufacturers both "The Foreign Mission .
Our Thing plans a BlackArt here in the United States, as Rally" will be held at the Mount + a ? ono t
Gallery, an extensive line of well as in the Carribean Latin Zion Baptist Church, 301 NW
Afro-American Clothing, American Market. Mr. Dyer Ninth St., Miami, on Sunday
Black Book Store, and a line also announced that the open- Sept. 7th, at 4 p.m. in the afternoon
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,. National Association based on federal, state and He continued, "Federalcityand
for the Advancement' Co- local antidiscriminationstatutes. state officials are violating
Get $50,000 loan To Purchase SupermarketOscar lored People has served notice He did not name the law and order by continuing
on the, country that it would cities tosubsidizeraclaldis-
W. Weaver, Jr., wears a pleased expression as he accepts ,a check go to court this week to seek a "Either black men work,or crimination. Black workersare
for $50,000 from Richard Reeve, cashier at National Industrial Bank. Equally nation! Moratorium" on all nobody works," Hill told a going to close down every
Mack public construction financed news conferences.Hill public construction site in the
pleased is Jackson
Jr., Mr. Weaver's business partner. Weaver .
with public funds. called the building trade United States either by demonstrations
Market, 5830 NW 12th Ave., form Macosa Enterprises Inc. and Herbert Hill, national labor unions lUy white." or court action.

secured the Small Business Administration guaranteed 'loan for expansion.. director: of the NAACP* said "Not a single public building "We ,are not going to permit
The corporation used the,$50,000 to purchase the Kash and, Karry Supermarket, the organization would file has been constructed that union bigots to decide
at 6600 NW 22nd Avenue. Both partners started in business in 1958 with small'I suit for injunctions in federal has not been in direct violation who qualified to work," he
district, courts
in various of antidiscriminationstatutes said. "Only an employer is
neighborhood groceries. Their present three markets are the beginning of the I cities. and federal execu- qualified to decide who is com ,
Kash and Karry chain. Johnson of Miami photo. He said the suits would be tives orders,"',Hill said. petent." I IUniversity I

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fj Nixon Administration Officials To J

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f WASHINGTON, D. C.- be the Washington-Hilton Ho- with the support of the Na- <\t I

iigh-ranking members of the tel.The tional Committees, Voter Ed- .",/1, (
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lion Administration have Institute for Black ucation Project of the Southern t (
greed to hold intensive dis- Elected Officials will be nonpartisan Regional Council, Urban Affairs "(1

cussions with hundreds of in nature.main goal Institute, and others.Dr. i : ,, (\
black officeholders who will be is to provide a forum for dis- .-, I tpt
{converging on the nation's ca- cussion between Negro office- Kenneth B. Clark, pre- > : 1
sident of the Center which is
[pital in mid-September. holders and high officials of '
j y Robert Finch, Secretary of the Administration with re- popularly known as MARC, 1
emphasized that the chief focus .
[Health, Education, and Welfare ference to those issues, policies ,
of the would be
George Shultz,Secretary and programs most relevant meeting I .
"to make the black officeholder
1 [of Labor, and other top policymakers to the officials' consti- L .. .
more effective in dealing k 4
\ will meet with more tuents and communities. ,
[than 500 Negro elected offiiclals The Institute will also offer with the complex and diverse

1 attending a four-day con- the participants an opportunityto problems facing. him in his : j

ference here September 11- exchange information on ,
Serving as co-chairman of
114. their
i experiences as black
the Institute State Senator
The conference_ known as ,elected officials. are:
I [the Institute for Black Elected A furhter aim of the meetingis Mervyn Dymally, Democrat Miss Jacquelyn McPhee, a senior this year at chairman of the UM chemis-

[Officials will represent the to make available to the delegates Los Angeles; Alderwoman Miami Carol City Senior High School, worked on a try department, consulta--
[largest gathering of black officeholders many of whom are new .of Louisville Reynolds, Republican Sutton research project this summer In Dr. Keith M. Wellman's tion with Mrs. Harriet Ehr-
{; in the nation's his- in public office, a wide varietyof ; Percy hard, science supervisor of a
Manhattan Borough President, chemistry laboratory at, the University of Mia .
; r, [tory. technical assistance on such the Dade County schools.
a Democrat; and Woodrow mi under a grant from the American Chemical So is working -
I It will also mark the first subjects as housing, employ- The pert youngster
Wilson Nevada State As-
I time that top Administration ment, education and economic ciety. on a research project un-
f officials will sit down to dis. development. semblyman who is a Repub- der the direction of Dr.Well-

cuss mutual problems with The Institute is being spon- lican. Carol man associate professor of.
Senior Does
r Other well-known black
| such a large group of Negro sored by the Metropolitan Ap- chemistry, alongside graduate
elected officials who will
play students who nave studied
'f ; P officeholders. Headquartersfor plied Research Center, Inc of
key roles at the conference include from five to eight
the ( meeting will New York and Washington chemistry
.1 'It:,; ourL : Scientific Research at UM years beyond the high school

,,.... .,. ,, ". ; ., \ Representative Shirley level. The study is entitled
: '\ : .. ': Chishlom of Brooklyn;Repre- Jacquelyn McPhee, petite der a grant from the American Amino Acid and Simple Pep- I
; \\1 Ei.'E.; ; \" ;fr"'i sentative John Conyers of Detroit and vivacious 16-year-old who Chemical Society (ACS). tide Analysis Using a Copper "'

r. \ ; ) 2{ : (r ; Representative Louis is entering the 12th grade at ,Jackie, as she is knownbothat Specific Electrode." The .
\ Stokes of Cleveland; Mayor Miami Carol City Senior High Carol City and the UM lav,' scientific paper that is expected -
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; Gary; .is one of 100 high schoolersin to result from the project
;: School this month, is a well- 'f
": r.. ()J.\'eJHi.\ }. : tftR: :J ER\17tR;( Representative Julian Bond
." : matched mix of fresh young the nation who have been will bear her name, togetherwith
..:... ..; ; ....' : ...: iji ..M f :... ::....,' :;\; .,( and State Senator Leroy Johnson good looks and brains. singled out to do scientific research those of the other re-
of Atlanta; Mayor Walter at selected universities. searchers involved, In recognltion -:

lAf..f'S.A'AtfJ''NEi..i] ; ; Washington of the District of The daughter of Mr. and ACS launched its Project of her substantial con-

: : < : <.. Columbia; State Senator Cla- Mrs. Wilfred McPhee, Jr., of Catalyst program to encour- tributions to the study.
rence Mitchell m of Balti- 1822 Washington Avenue, Opa age talented high school Juniors The research lies within one

more, and many others. locks, has worked this summer from underprivileged families of Dr. Wellman's fields of Interest -
More than 1200 black offi- in Dr. Keith M. Well- to go on' to college. -. the'biological significance -

r dIJI ''I lfflj"9Q" ; cials have been invited to the man's chemistry laboratoryat Jackie was selected by Dr. of copper acting as a,

conference and more than 500 the University of Miami un Clarence G. Stuckwlsch, catalyst in transformations of,
Ihi are expected to attend. The amino acids within the body.

staff of MARC, with assistanceof The body holds about 100 mU-

staff members from the Ur- Minorities Can Show Power' llgrams of copper, and the

::4, : Jfl A7IiWi4' : : : .!,*:: ban League's National office, ways in which copper inter-
H is coordinating the meeting. acts with amino acids are related -

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By Winning Grape At Carol City,Jackie Is Student \,!

j AT MODERATE RATES CALL this coming year she will be

BoycottThe on the Grievance,Committee
which Is the student liasion

- :' ONDED winning of the California must.see. that all migrantsearn with the high school admini

1 Grape Boycott will set the a living wage." stration. She also is a member w

stage for all migrants In Valdez said he and his staff of the school Honor So-

1'M r America to rise up from second are striving to get table grapesoff ciety, the Honor service'
RENTAL Y ,class citizenship, an of- the shelves in Florida chain club, the Spanish National Honor -
ficial of the United Farm and the Future
stores and urged b 1 a c k consumers Society
Workers Organizing Committee to give their support. Teachers of America.A .
(AFL-CIO),said this week.In native of Miami, Jackie's
"Miami has become major favorite subject is Spanish
a special report to the ,
consumer of table grapes In although she does Just fine in
TAL ,r Miami Times, Lalo Valdez of
recent months and we must
all her appearing regularly
subjects -
the UFWOC said, "If we suc- *
ceed with our boycott, all mi- arouse the public conscience, on the Honor Roll.She
he said. "For every grape that has taken math In
grant, all minorities, will benefit every year
and toward these ends Is bought In Miami, a child high school, and will go on to
must work long hours.What is
In the
trigonometry coming
we should all stand united. \
L L. BROOKS happening in grapes is also year. She has studied biology, '
Valdez, who has been in Mi- happening in the fields right took chemistry in her Junior !

THE LARGEST PRIVATE HOUSING RENTAL AND ami since the end of June,said, here in South Florida where year and will take physics next
that the problems of the Mexi- little black children must work
can-American migrants in the like animals.
IN DADE AND BROWARD COUNTIES Although Jackie insists she ,
West are exactly the same as Valdez also said that by win-
4 those of the migrants in the has no artistic talent, she :
the the great,
ning boycott,
A Community Recreation Center for teenagers and adults midwest and.east. American minorities will demonstrate does play the piano and en Joys I

d A Public Relations Department to assist you with your problems "In the West and Midwest, that they are indeed ,listening to records of all I

Tenants concern will stop vandalism and reduce the cost of housing the harvests are picked mostly 'a power in this country. kinds rock-and-roll.of music,from She classicalto alsohas
by Mexican-Americans and in "The prejudice that has kept participated in dramatic pre-
toe East It is the black and
many bright young Mexican- sentations at school.
; RENTS ARE DUE IN ADVANCE Puerto Rican who have to do American minds from rising, Her elder sister,a graduateof
this back-breaking work. is the that Is
"Unlike other areas of hindering the black man lege, Is a' Junior at Florida A

MAIN OFFICE American labor, our people, he said."Our problems, 'and M. Although Jackie took

whether they be Mexican in our aspirations and our deter- her ,college Scholastic Apti- .

California or blacks in Florida mination to overcome is a tude Test this summer, she I

'4150 NW 7th Avenue' 759-8733 are not covered by the National common factor in our every still has not made up her mind :
Labor Relations Act of existance. In this sense, the which College to apply to. But

1935. Mexican-American and the she definitely plans to study
14255 NW 22nd Avenue; Opa-loclca MU 8-0617 of black have much In common. further after graduation from
"That act gave the right I
20848 South Dixie Hwy, Cutler Ridge-CE .5-3553 collective bargaining to work- "Also the poor white in the Carol City. \

'+ 605 NW 7th Terrace, Ft. Lauderdale JA 4-3357 ers of all industries,'excepting South. has become a brother.He Her father and mother have I'

3801 Grand Avenue, Grove HI S-1381 agriculture. In other too is learning through bit- set a good example in this de

512 NW 1st Ave., Hallandale WA 7-2434 words, the migrant was left ter experience that those who ,partment. Her father attendedBethuneCookmanCollegeand
out. The Anti-Child Labor Act have are too busy enjoyingtheir
339 Hammondvllle RJ., Pompano WI. 3-2434, of the U. S. also does not cover wealth to share it with her mother, Florida Normal

migrant children. This is not their fellowman. College (now Florida Memorial -

fairs College).
President "Until the poor white, the
"This is why Icall,and very Mexican-American and black Jackie is aiming for i careeras
"-F' GEORGE P. HARTH, General) Manager
strongly, on the black com- can unite, then and only then, a teacher. It coundbe in the
/. CHARLES A. LOCKHART, Public Relations Director munity here In Miami to stand can we form the force that will area of speech therapy, spanish -

behind the boycott. We must win our piece of America for -. or even chemistry,
," better life others must lire better too. L. L. Crooks
Ill I to -
enjoy a
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I Ent.r.d at S.cond Clan Mottor, August 8, 1927 at the Put Q 034m
I Offleo at Miami, Florida, under the act of March 8, 1876 ,
Th. NEGRO PRESS bollovoi that Amorlco can bott (load
tho world from racial and national antagonism when It accord
"to ovory man rogardlott of hit race, creed or color hit human
;and legal rlgKtt. Hating no man, fearing no man..tho NogroPrott
ttrlvot to help ...ry man In tho firm bellelthat' all mon
II ,or. hurt at long at anyone It h.ld back.

: Black Priests Revolt' k

Black ministers in the Episcopal Church have spoken out

loudly and clearly about white racism in their church, and
k chances are they stand to get a better deal for doing so.
One anguished black minister told the Episcopal conven-

: ,tion meeting at Notre Dame University In South Bend, Indiana And that the world hasn'f ended ,;,
"You've talked about black brotherhood, but forget : now ,

lit ille.,"Joe, You don't mean It, .It's nothing but a damned lef's get down to qualify education l lI

The Rev. Canon Junius Carter told the convention that its .
action is denying direct funding of a controversial black'
organization showed"You don't trust black people." I

Said Rev Carter, "You keep saying be calm, and patient. .
But the waiting Is over, Brother Trn sick of you, from To Be Equalby I. : '
I the south to the north, to the east to the west, I'm sick of t < p-I
i) you." Rev. Carter accused the convention of crucifying : '
, every black clergyman in the church Whitney M. Young Jr, ,' .. \
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Director National Urban League
Carter's outburst threw doubt on a decision against
funding the Black Economic Development Conference to the 7thint It is time(acknowledged some of the favorable com-

tune of $200,000. The convention had decided to substitute ments and expressions of,agreement I have received from 1'
: conditional provisions, one that any requests by it for many of my readers. It is one thing to sit down and write'an
\ funds be screened through regular church aid channels Public Utilities And opinion of a particular incident or situation, but it's rather

i, Many of the delegates expressed a desire to vote: differently enlightening to know your views are shared by so many others ..
on the proposal after hearing other black 'ministers from The from all walks of life. As I have previously stated, the purpose "
t, Philadelphia summed It up like this; "So many of you are PoorIf of this column is to provoke thought and compare ideas. '
afraid, afraid to love, afraid to trust, afraid of freedom, I try to present an ln-depthversionofany situation 1 consider ''
don't like the service In a restaurant or a departmentstore "
\ afraid of creativity." you of Importance to the people of this community, and from the ''I
you can always take your business elsewhere, but )'oucan't
switch electric companies. response of my readers, I get the impression that my choiceof
subjects are favorable. The opinions I express are derived
!Two Flaws In Y1.elfare"Pro9ram" Public utilities like electric and gas companies are mono from a combination of soul-searching and common sense,andI

President Nixon's program for.a Federal floor under public polies. Because they perform,a vital public service and are find real delight in the fact that even the young people who
I f ; welfare payments of $1,600 for a family of four has two protected from competition, they are subject to regulation by read my column say I'm. telling it like it is.

serious flaws. the state. ,'\
Many of my readers have expressed disappointment upon
The amount proposed is totally inadequate. It Is' only one But they also have a special responsibility to the public not finding my column in every Issue, and for this, I must
half of what the Department of Labor estimated four years ago a responsibility greater than that of other private corporationswho apologize, but conditions around my house are not always in-
was needed as a bare minimum subsistence for such a family don't enjoy the guaranteed profits and shelter from the ducive to creative writing. For one reasor or another, some
and the cost of living has gone up since. free market.It .
of my offerings never reach the press because sometimes I

The second serious objection is the plan to share Federal seems that most public utilities are not living up to that develop a change in attitudes about a certain situation after ,
it relates to their treat- having written an opinion. I wrote a column last week in me :;
revenues with the states and local government bodies with no special responsibility, especially as
attached ment of the their mory of the death of my beloved wife on August 31, 1967, but
strings This is very dangerous from the point of poor and to obligation use their power for
view of equal rights for'all. For too many localities and even socially desirable ends, it never left the house. After having written it, I found that in
the process, I had revealed more of my personal feelings thanI
whole states will not spend the money to give equal rights for
While companies of this field are Improving their thought it wise to Somehow
Negroes, compared with whites. They have not done so yet In many expose. ,got the feeling some of
many cases In regard to obeying the school desegregation decisions employment policies they have a long way to go. A federal my readers would develop a feeling of sympathy pity whichIs
made a few showed utility companies laggingfar not needed at this time.I also
ago of
of the Supreme Court,and where they have done so It Is years thought the others, equally
only under extreme Federal pressure. behind other'Industries in hiring Negro and other minority hurt, who need no reminder of the type of person she reallywas.
workers. .
This is especially dangerous in requiring, through the state
employment services, mothers of young children or others to. A common compaint affecting all poor people-black and There are any number of things that contribute to interesting
take Jobs or training in order to qualify for the Federal minimum white is the usual policy of requiring deposits. Before the writing, and most Important of these is inspiration. Nothing
of relief. The state employment services In the Southstates gas or electricity is turned on, most companies demand large gives a writer greater Inspiration than the fact that he has
and even'some of those in the North have persisted in cash deposits, sometimes as much as $100. readers willing to discuss his opinions pro or con. I know

having special Jobs to which alone Negroes applying for work there, are people who disagree with some of the opinions I
are referred, reserving for,' whites the better paid jobs with Some people don't have to pay deposits. People who have express but this is what creates thought. have had any
promotional possibilities. And they may require mothers of good Jobs, credit cards, and some of the other attributes of number of readers say "I hadn't thought It quite like that.". ','
young children or others to take Jobs at 30 cents an hour for middle-class life, escape such payments. Most often it is the, And,this offers proof I have not failed in my original intent.
domestic workers or field hands. This is the going rate in too poor, who can-afford large cash outlays least,who are forcedto If I can get Just the regular readers thinking about some of
many places In the Deep South scrape together enough cash to pay the deposit that turns the major issues confronting us. I feel the results will be
the lights on. terrific. Nothing takes the place of a concerned be
If citizens and Congressmen raise vociferous enough objections person,
to these aspects of President Nixon's proposals we ThiS it in home life, community affairs, or just everyday ng.
not only unfair it's
unnecessary.Deposits are supposed They make up the doers
may be able to force a change for the better. We were able to to insure the necessary for progress. Just to
companyagainstnon-paymentotbUls. One this
column is
do this in regard to his proposal to drop the Food Stamp Planto study of a West Coast so' well read presents a challenge I
telephone company's debtors showed sincerely hope I am
capable of
provide a better diet for those on relief and poor persons
that five out of six didn't have to pay deposits- they were,
{ generally. This was his original program. It would have left ,considered good risks "
many persons on relief worse off than before,considering the

totally inadequate proposed Federal payments.A storm of pro-, If this is typical, then it means that poor people as a classare
test was aroused, and a spokesman for the Nixon administration required to pay the deposits that ensure companies against
backed down a little.If enough objections are raised to the losses.,from defeautters who are not poor. Here is another If rates were higher for industry, they'd'still use the same
I flaws mentioned we may be able to get them to' change'ln the, instance where the.poor subsidize the better-off. amount of electricity. It's needed for production. The savings,
right direction. passed on to the poor would mean they could stretch already

In urban areas, most poor people and especfallyblack pea tight budgets" a little further But present unfair rate structures
ple,. live in the center city. It's usually the older part of town mean homes in poverty areas can't use all the utilities
t Nof Satisfied .'" where the pipelines and wires havealreadybeenlaid and have families need, because of the high cost.
been working for years. "

f With/ Pool Dimensions The real cost to utilities lies in stretching these lines out unfair There is a growing, feeling that,such policies are not only

to the growing suburbs or to new office and Industrial buildings but Illegal as well. They amount to discrimination
i With all the trouble we are having getting the four swimming against a whole class of
But the companies,calculate their rates total costsin people -- the poor. They also amount
pools In the black community open,now comes word that on to a gross violation of
the dimensions of the pools are quite different from others the whole area. That means that rates in poverty areas are powers granted public trust because the monopoly
built around the city.A the same as the rates in the outlying districts that are far crimination private companies are abused through dis-

group of citizens reported to the Times this,week that more expensive to service. Again, the poor subsidize,through against the poor, contributing to urban tensions.

there are actually two pools at each facility One Is approxi- higher rates, the suburban middleclasses.Large Utilities ought to examine these
mately 20'x20'; ,and 10 feet deep for diving, and the other awading Equality in hiring policies and change them.
an end to forced In rate
pool no more than 4 1/2' deep at any point. users of electricity, such as industrial plants, are structures, and consumer deposits, changes
these dimensions are being questioned and a meeting will often favored by lower rates, too. The reasoning is that big dertaken at once before the education programs should be un
be held Monday night at Brownsville Junior High School on the customers should get discounts. But here again, the poor pay agencies take the kinds of courts and the state regulatory
.. legal actions the utilities will re
matter. more this time to subsidize industrial concerns. cret.Se .



: THE MIAMI TIMES Friday September 5 1969 5
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Black Profiles Not The Way To "Bring Us Togoffier"/

I Of CourageBy JOSEPH L. RA UGN 4 -r I"



of Courage' in the person of the Hon. Mayor Robert B. Black- i ,, \,
\ well, the only elected Black Republican Mayor in the nation ,
at this time, September 1969. Intact,Mayor Blackwell is the A HARD-CORE SEGREGATIONIST .: ,

first Negro to be popularly elected- to the office of Mayor in TO THE . .' 7ji ,
the State of Michigan Prior SUPREME COURT ;o t '<,
to his election \ .
in November
\ ,
1968, he served as City Coun- j' < ,
cilman, the first Negro electedto OF f '' k .;gh f I,
this position in Highland vUDGI:HAVNSWORTH +
Park; and also was the first IS LIKE'THROWING
appointed to the City's Plan- LOGONTHEFIRESOFRACIALTENSION I' ; r j

ning and Police and Fire Commissions : j7 .
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Mayor Blackwell believes ,
that Highland Park with its Y P AWC4i

population of 38,000 can be a
modern integrated city within
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five or six years, if promises -
of state and federal assistance HON. ROBERT BLACKWELL I

are kept; and he is courageously and diligently working to .S. .
see that this is done. His years of experience in the labor 4sa ,
movement and labor mediation prepared Mayor Blackwell for
civic responsibility. In 1954 he became the first elected Ne-
t gro president of the same Union in 1957 and served three
terms prior to his appointment by Governor Romney as
Executive Secretary of the State of Michigan Labor Mediation
Board. His services were of such a nature that be contri-
buted greatly to the growth of the State mediation staff and
the expansion of Its services. As a specialist he helped
resolve many disputes in the public sector.

1 Mayor Blackwell was born In Mer:Man, Mississippi,the first vir
of five children In the family.of Dr.and Mrs. A.B. Blackwell.He \41

attended St.. Joseph Academy -Elementary--------, _School_____ in_ _Meri-n__
dan and was graduated with honors at the age of 16 from At-
J tins High School in Winston-Salem, North Carolina. He attended .
Taladega College in Alabama before entering the U.S.
Army in 1941 to serve with distinction in North Africa and T
Europe during World War II. : RANDOM THOUGHTS
I Following his honorable discharge in 1945, he entered Ho- i
I ward University where he was active in sports and becamea by GLORIA, KILLER
member of Kappa Alpha Psi Fraternity, He graduated RustinSpeaks.
; >: in 1949 and later attended the Detroit College of Law. ,>,:'I.
Mayor Blackwell is married to the former Florrie Love TV's Hee Haws My Choice
Willis, a Howard University Law School graduate. He and ,.", |
his wife and four children live in Highland Park, Michigan I
where they enjoy a full community life. From time to time - We were talking, the other night, about television program? ,
he responds to invitations to speak to organizations about and the advent of the winter season. With all the bally-hoo
his experiences in labor and also as Mayor of Highland Park, 1969 Or 1896 about the start of great and new programs, I must cry a tearor
Michigan, as he did June 28th, 1969 when he addressed the two for one show that evidently is only mustered out for ;,I'I
New York Caucus of Concerned Afro-American Republicans, The nomination of Judge Clement F; Haynsworth, Jr., to I viewing In the summer time. The show is "Hee Haw." 1';
Inc. It might be well tonotethat Mayor Blackwell is to Highland the Supreme Court Indicates President Nixon's Intention to
Park, Michigan as a labor mediator as the well-known restore the doctrine of "seperate but equal" to the courts Now, I like that show. It's corney but sophisticated at the'
Theodore Kheel Is to the New York area In the the same area; and to the life of this nation In one of the low points In our same time. I laugh with the folks on the show and at them.
and we can expect some great things to happen in Highland country's history, the Supreme Court sanctioned "separatebut Some of you might say that there is a flaw in my character If
Park under the leadership of the Hon. Mayor! equal" In 1896 In the Plessyvs.Ferguson decision. The I can like this show rm not a critic, so that can't be a flaw.
Court struck down this doctrine in the famous Brown decision Whatever it Is, I'm stuck with It, and rm not In the least bit,
of 1954, and In the process it helped Initiate a period of sorry.
great social change. By nominating Haynsworth,currently the
1 PHIL OSSOFERWhat I Chief Judge of the United States Court of Appeals for the rye read all kinds of reviews about Hee Haw. All of them
Fourth circuit, Nixon has expressed his desire to halt that bad, save for one review that was tucked into a small part of a,
makes one man saint; serve two masters...Ye cannot change and turn back the clock three quarters of a centry.At paper and used as a filler Most of the.critics seemed to froth
and another a sinner?We can- serve God and mammon." the same time,he would like to recreate the Supreme Courtof at the mouth and twitch a bit as:.they were writing. But,deep
not say it Is heredity because (Matt. 6:24.). the 1920's whose conservatism on civil rights was equaled down, I, got the feeling that If they had their druthers, they
often In one family both saint In Baha'is Scripture, Abdul only by its hostility to labor unions. would have said they liked the show. I think they were afraidof
and sinner exist as brothers.We Baha, Exemplar of the Faith :IHaynsworth record on civil rights explains the enthu- being called a hayseed What could be bad about the following -.
,cannot say environment, elaborates on this subject, He siasm with which Senators Eastland and 'Thurmond reactedto dialogue? The scene shows Junior and a friend lazily rest-
because out of the slums have says: "In man, there are two his nomination. In 1963 he supported Virginia's policy of ing on the ground In front of their house, one facing north and
come many saints and out of natures: his spiritual or high massive resistance to the 1954 Supreme Court decision by the other facing south. Junior says, "Boy, you should see the
mansions have come untold er nature and his material or refusing to shift to Federal courts a suit by Negro parents pretty gal that Is walking past." And,friend says, "Sure wish
numbers of sinners. lower nature. In one he approaches demanding the re-opening of schools in Prince Edward I was facing in your direction." Or philosophy of Grandpa 'I,
What then, is it that deter- God, In the otherhe County. The schools had been closed by white parents to when he sagely observes, "No matter how lightly opportunity'
mine who will become saint, lives for the world alone In block integration. In the New Kent County, Virginia case in knocks on a girl's door, her landlord is sure to hear it."
and who a sinner? Is it a mat- his material aspect, be expresses 1967, he upheld the "freedom of choice" plan even though
The show is fast paced and offers all kinds of sheer non
ter of free will,which definite untruth, cruelty and the plan has been used by Southern school districts stall
y I ly' is in his makeup? When he injustice; all these are the out- the process of desegregation. The Supreme Court sub- sense, if that makes any sense., Unlike other programs, Itdoesn't ,
seem the lease contrived-1 almost forget that writers
comes to the crossroadswhere come of his lower nature.The sequently reversed Haynsworth's views In both of these de-
and producers and directors are Involved in the presentation.
Evil Boulevard, that attributes of his divine natureare cisions, as well as in two other decisions involving school
love Lulu and her unsmiling expression.And .
I absolutely kooky,
tempting well-paved, downhill shown forth in lovemercy, integration. He also supported a transfer plan used by white
the cornfield blackouts are a
way branches to the left, and kindness,truth and justiceoneand parents in Charlottesville,Va.,ato remove their children from gas.
Good Highway, that uninviting, all being expressions of schools undergoing desegregation.In I enjoy indulging myself for one whole hour in the delicious
rugged uphill pathway his higher nature...If a man's a 1963 case involving the receipt of Federal funds by a luxury of not having to think. The music is country and the
stretches forth to the right,do divine nature dominates his hospital Greensboro, N.C., Haynsworth dissented from the Jokes are country, and I understand them.Inever have to look
his true desires, laten within human nature, we have a majority which ruled that the hospital could not exclude Ne- for a hidden meaning. It is entirely refreshing.
his heart, cause him todecide saint." groes. Haynsworth's long and involuted argument denying the
I suppose this means that I will nave to wait until next summer '
which road he will take? He goes on to explain man'sfree applicability of the 14th Amendment could not disguise his be
for "Hee Haw' to on the air. Or maybe, one of the
Seeking answers, I turned to will "Man has power to clear and consistent Intent to uphold the constitutionality of networks will have a fight with a super star, and put HeeHaw
the Holy Scriptures. I found: do good or to do evil; if his Jim Crow.
back on. Of course, that's wishful thinking.Peyton Place, that'
"The fear of the Lord is the power for good predominatesand If Haynsworth's Southern origins have Influenced his views wholesome story of rural America, will undoubtedly be the,
beginning of knowledge." his inclinations to do on civil rights, his involvement early in his career in busi- replacement choice.
(Proverbs 1:17)"For the Lord wrong are conquered, then nesS corporations has helped shape his anti-labor views.
glveth wisdom: out of His man In truth may be called a He has supported management in labor disputes as consistently -
'mourn cometh knowledge and saint. But if, on the contrary, as he has sided with segregationist school boards
understanding." (pro- he rejects the things of God against Negro parents. Twice he sided with Southern textile to step down from the Court, It is entirely Improper that his
", verbs 2:6). and allows his evil passions to mill owners in cases involving collective bargaining rights for place should now be filled by a man guilty of a similar in-
The admonitions of Proverbs conquer him, then be is no better workers, and both times he was over-ruled by the Supreme discretion.
plainly speak of man's than a mere animal. Court. In one of these cases, Haynsworth cast the decidingvote It Is possible that Haynsworth shall not fill the Fortas
ability to accept and use wis- It is evident from Scriptures in a decision invalidating claims of unfair labor practices chair if sufficient opposition can be aroused. The civil
dom and understanding.It does that man, no matter what his made by the National Labor Relations Board against the rights and the labor movements are now fully united to 'j
not say that some can and some condition of heredity or environment Darlington Manufacturing Company. The NLRB contended that prevent his confirmation by the Senate, and tt'absolutely ,
cannot. It warns all mankind to has been given the company had closed a plant to avoid a union election and essential that citizens support these efforts. This can be done
choose God's commandmentsand power and capacity to become had failed to provide an compensation for the workers left by each ,person writing to the two senators from his state
to keep them. saint-like. There it could be unemployed. urging that they vote against the appointment of Haynsworth.
The New Testament follows said that, to finality, It is man It has since been revealed that at the time of this decision m fact, a telegram might even be in order, for the Issues at
through on this theme and Je- himself who decides whether Haynsworth held stock In Carolina Ven-A-Matte which stake are the direction of the Supreme Court, the welfare of
sus tells us, "No man can be will become saint or sinner: did business,with the parent corporation of the Darlington Negroes and workers, and in. a very real sense, the futureof c
textile firm. Since a conflict of Interest caused Justice Fortas this nation.

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and JobnIva Turner Coleman and Mark and : :F1f
Mr. Mrs. ) sons, : ,
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of New York ten ; ;, I" .. Ii ;
Christopher Bing hampton, spent days ,r. ,' '
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and j ,. .' (' { :,,,,fIHr''E") "
visiting her parents, Mr Mrs Fritz G : 1 J 'i7.' ,:':'" '' :'>'{Ii':
Visiting her parents, Mr. and Mrs. Fritz Turner and other re. 'i : ', : wwmIUMK( \ ; )
Mr and Mrs.JobnIva Turner)Coleman and sons, Mark and ; : .( \ i I i\ \ ,I;:" ,/ rij'f\WIvj, ,!!,
Christopher Binghampton,New York spent ten days In Miami {I ''lr'J ',I<)
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Visiting her parents, Mr.and Mrs.Fritz Turner and other re- : ; 'J \ '' 'II"l"

latives. ., J
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Guy and Katie Lane visited Valdosta, Ga. While there they -_._ .; &;
Miss Dorothy Davis, 938 Madelyn Gilbert, 155
celebrated their eight wedding anniversary.Gene .
Mrs. Ethel Lee Smith of 10th Street graduate of
and Mary Robinson, Union Pier, Michigan,vacationedat 1290 NW 44th Street has just NW 60th Street, graduate of NW ,01.\ highly medicated tohtI|.J| !
the Fountainbleau. Booker T. Washington rrtmdcd, 'half i cjiowih' <>nj''
, returned from a vacation in High and Miami Dade Ju- !' I .
Booker Washington School fflst roliol of 0
T. 'q
"South of the border, down Mexico way' was the vacation (I <> you : n
, Nassau, Bahamas. Mrs.Smith nior College, is attending the d.mff. itchy, *.;col'p. ,an*fall ;
spot for Lewis and Mattie Blake. has been head cashier at the School, and Miami Dade Junior Division of nu hair 'A, s ,.,J* .' II U1 YOlif
The Jolly Ten Social Club held their annual Labor Day Out- Airline Training salon ,
Lib City Drive Inn Theatrefor College, is now attendingthe Atlantic School in Los An- : 'I, "ity.. Uf
ing at Virginia Beach. a number of years. Airline Training Divisionof d \i II" s t t", ; ;: ,. ,
geles, Calif )ii; : ,0
David and Eunice Davis and son,Devin,vacationed in Mont- Atlantic School in Los An- IIXhree th Suvpt1y 'OttI'J'SI' '

gomery, Ala, Atlanta, Ga. and Ft.Walton Beach,Fla. While in FORMER MIAMIAN VISITS Madelyn was presented a 50". ,''( ":
Montgomery, they were the houseguests of Atty.and Mrs Ed- Mrs. Altamese Gaines (nee geles, debutante in the Delta Sigma "' ;\": :

win Davis. Felder), daughter, Deborahand Madelyn Gilbert are Dor- Theta Sorority Seventeenth "Temple,...Id' ."d" '
i iI it.EM'P.t
Cruising to Freeport for a weekend holiday were Ronald and Grandson Rocelle Lacey, mitory roommates, and their Annual Cotillion. She has always -

Gina Frazier and Charles and Pat Lowrie. Jr. spent two weeks visitingthe address is: 500 W. QueenSt. aspired to be In the :'E$1"S;'
Last weekend Everette Ingram Jetted to New York City to attend John E. Coopers (Angelitaof Inglewood, Los Angeles, airlines, and is soon to achieveher I
the funeral of an aunt who was burled in Peekskill, N. Y. Opa-locka. Mrs. Gaines is goal. 0 O l'tE R
California. 90302.
James and Delores HillsBethune Elementary schoolmarm) the sister of Mrs. Cooper.

were the proud parents of a baby girl,Janene Andrea, weighing A barbecue party was given
,in at 6 lbs and 6 oz. at Mt. Sinai Aug. 29th. in their honor on the spacious I
lawn of the hosts home on La-
, After spending two weeks visiting his mother, Mrs. Myrtle bor Day. Mrs. Gaines is the FOR FINE PICTURES ftWfcttmtftf: -
Curtis and friends, William Strachan returned to Manhattanon wife of Mr. Dennis Gaines, r

Sunday. former Miamian and son of CALL:
Down from Detroit was Silas Waldon to visit his parents, the late Nurse Gaines. Mrs. :|: H.II'm! Horriette Stiles *:

Mr. and Mrs. James Walden Sr. at Bar tow. But Silas took a Gaines returned to her New JOHNSON OF MIAMI :;: a social worker In South ;

day.to come to Miami to visit his brother and sister-in-law, York home this week with the 635-4140 |:! Dade. Wan n a be a {
Rev and Mrs. James (Emma) Waldon. Intention of resettling beret
the stealer x
:;>! groovy queen, 4) i
Mr. and Mrs. Ricardo Stirrup of Tuscaloosa,Ala.were re- :|:::1 of ANY scene? Be a Z;
cent visitors to Miami. Ricardo is the son of Mr. and Mrs.E. r----------- -------------I and :;;j;
model I earn"
;::: any day
Coconut Harold Hill and his parents '
hosted a dinner party for the, Stirrups during their stay. I | HIGH pay. (I got $75
Miami Times |;1jfor this ten minute i .
Houseguesting with Rev.and Mrs.Wilfred Glass are her sis- w
6530 NW 15th Avenue : presentation i at the
ter, Mrs. Irma Burrows, her nephew, Patrick Burrows and a ;
cousin, Alfred Smith of Nassau. 1 Miami, Florida 331t17 r Hilton-Plaza for FabS j

1 I ::s: erge, where I was later I
Elouise Morris has been busy entertaining her houseguest
Shirley Wlzzard, who is down from Manhattan. Enclosed please find the sum of $5.00 1j 1 Si: a special guest with I

Enjoying their visit to Miami are Carl and Julia (Jones) j to cover the cost of a one year subscriptionto :s;:i Cary Grant.)) \.itI $#

Jackson of Washington,D.C,They are the houseguests of Mrs. the Miami Times. || I am a student at:

Mary Ross. I I I | Louise Riley Finishing I

Here from Boston, Mass. is Georgia Mae Bowen to visit her Moil Pop. To .
brother and sister-in-law, Charles 0. and Isabel YoungAlso II Lei f ., \ .1 ',;
visiting the Youngs are Elliot and Mary Williams of Savannah, I' ...,.' -I ,.. III I & Modeling Academyf

Ga., Charles' brother and sister-in-law. $ Cod........
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City 233 Ph 3793581W&mttM& sti
35 HE
I ? i 17th St., Miami, Suite :
Hal Frazier former Dade school music teacher
made the scene, on Allen Ludden's County Gallery on Tuesday. By the, L____________________________;_--______________________I !_:UUUU.u.un.u::::::::::::;::::::,:::::::: : ::_:_:_ _!::_::.::_::_::_::_::.::_::_:_::_::.:::_::_:::::::::::::::::::;:::: ::::::'i$::::::::::::::::::::::

way, he has a new album on the market, Hal Frazier.
Bessie Davis visited her mother and sister in Elba., Ala.

'Taking time off for vacation was Mrs,Bessie Johnson, who

found Tampa, Fla. very relaxing.

:Among those enjoying a weekend In Nassau were Cleora
Brooks and Mary Louise, Enid Cox,William Bullard and Artis


Added vacationers: Gladys Brown, three weeks Chicago

.,;y. Dr.. and Mrs. Stanley (Margaret) Johnson, Hawaii. .
Patrick and Gloria Wisdon, Lillian Mazon, Freeport.
fJ. .
Matherlyn Norwood, Tallahassee, visited grandmother,'
Mrs. Osie Jenkins of Opa-locka during the summer. Matherlyn

Matherlyn Norwood, Tallahassee, visited grandmother,
Mrs. Ossie Jenkins of Opa-locka during the summer.Mather-

ly;Carolyn Ann Edwards, An Bell and George Smith, seniorsat
Florida State were among those attending the Dolphin-Colts
game on Saturday.

Mary Hylor and Oliver Ayers will say wedding vows on Saturday -
Sept. 6th at Ebenezer Methodist Church
:: famous cannon and fieldcrest
'Vetting in from New York City were Mrs. Bernice Knight

and Alfred Knight.. Mrs. Knight to attend the Progressive Bap-
tist Convention and Alfred to visit his mother, Mrs. Bessie

Knight Mrs. Knight is Mae Catherine Smith's mother. sfeeefs at a special' 'low price ; >:" ;.'

pet well wishes to Samuel Harrison who is recuperating at :; :

Cedars after emergency surgery. '
; ;
Janet Barrett,a 1969 graduate of Tuskegee's School of Nursing :"
is now an RN at Mercy Hospital. 1)40 '11...1&.,,>t,,."., ,.

: :'
Congratulations to Mrs.Dora Foster who retired from Green '!;"" .
Wholesale after thirty-seven years of service. 72x10S" twin r :: '.\ :"
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Recent visitors to Miami were Mr.and Mrs.Herbert Tharpeof 1\, \. '(.r '

Savannah, Ga. Here from Smithfield, Va. to visit his ,. e \, ,., ,,,

sister, Marie White are Rev. and Mrs. Kenneth(Lillie) White "

and daughter, Patricia ( a sophomore at Howard University) We've got flowers in practically every shape and form! Giant flowers, miniature
are enjoying Miami's hospitality.Mrs. 1-\ flowers, all-over flowers, spaced-out flowers. Flowers completely
covering some
sheets, flowers bordering others.
Every sheet from
Willie Mae Murphy entertained the Senior Citizens of these two nationally famous
makes, every. pattern exclusive at Burdine's. '
Coconut Grove on Sunday. On the same day, the Vestry of So. come into our garden of values

Christ Episcopal Church sponsored a trip to Key West I"" ;p.. cases and start. .picking each 99! Double. flat or fitted 349. King, flat or fitted 7.49

Mrs. L. A. Thompson has returned from New York where v ,
she was guest of her son and daughter-in-law,. Mr. and Mrs :' ''' ''

Harold Thompson. She was accompanied by b,.nephew' Ivan. .. W"" ,t" -.... .t _, I domestic, all 7 bur ne'i, stores \\
Thompson of Nassau. :

Mrs. Ruth Smith and her three youngest sons, Winson, Ar-

nold and Ronald jetted to Quincy, Fla. to visit her father and BUY 'EH BY THE DOZEN USE OUR HANDY CREDIT PLANS AND PLEASE"
step-mother; Mr. and Mrs. L. J. Mitchell It was the child- ',. : .1' SAY "CHARGE IT, w
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ren's first visit with their grandparents and they had a marvelous ;: .' ,:.:, ; ,:' :: ,, ..) ;:

imi I ; t,dr i c Somber,&J94&| 7

Clark, Thomas WedMiss I American Negroes Are

Anthanette Louise Carolina, Miss Jessie Simon
Thomas and Major Joseph Nathaniel of Williamsburg and Miss Not A 'Race' At AllDr.

Clark were marriedin Carrie Roberts. Child attendants Margaret ,Mead this week urged Americans not toi j
Bennett College Chapel by were Lanetta Wilson
be "misled" by "provincial, naive or bigoted experts"who
the Rev. Peter E. Addo. cha-
and Anthony Wilson of New
attempt to establish that Black Americans are less
plain, on Saturday, Aug. 16th. York, Alan Hlnnant and Angle Intelligent than white Americans,arguing that their claims
She is the daughter of Mrs.
Smith. are based on the "False premise" that the Blacks repre-
William A. Thomas Sr., of Edward Clark of Tallahassee sent a
BY STANLEY "SWEETS" SWEETING 1933 East Market St, and the Fla., was his brother's "American Negroes are not a race at all," Dr. Mead
late Mr. Thomas. The bride-
best man. Ushers were Al-
asserted in a magazine article released this week and
LINE0-TVPE groom, a general staff officer vin R. Thomas of New Jer-
called for .
an end to the "socialdenigration" that has resulted -
SOME' 'FIRSTS' AMONG BLACKS FOR MIAMI: Taking a Headquarters, Military sey, the bride's brother; Lt. from their being classified as one.
retrospective Journey back into the early days of Black Miami Traffic Management and Terminal Col. Leonce Gaiter, Lt. Col. In a copyrighted article for the current Issue of Red-

and coupling those memorable times with a nostalgic glance Service in Washington,1D.C. John Hamilton, Lt.Col.James book magazine, the noted anthropologist compared the
oi recent I offer few is the son of Mrs. Robert Wilson, all of Washington; Ma-
more years, you a present disadvantages of Black Americans to those of the
'firsts' for your perusal and commentCor= ? Lomax Clark of Miami, jor Marion Meigs, Major Ha- ethnic groups from the Mediterranean countries and Eas-i

rest me if Tm wrong): First movie house: Fla., and the late Mr. Clark. rold E. Hodgers, Major William tern and Central Europe who migrated to this country between ,

Lyric Theatre. First dance auditorium: After a trip to the Bahamas, Hardy and Major Lewis 1870 and 1920 and recalled that they, too, were

Odd Fellows Hall. ..First contractor:H. S"I the couple will live in Arlington Williams all of Washington;' thought to belong to "different: unassimilable 'races' "..

Bragg First furniture store: Nellie Spw Va. Major John Smith of Yorktown, Calling for the creation of a community of"all Ameri,
Powers' First ice-cream parlor: Mar- s The bride's mother received Va.; Major Herbert Colemanof cans," Dr. Mead warned that education alone cannot

shall's. First mid-wife: Georgia Ambrose In Bennett College Student Petersburg, Va. Major LeeA. change the destinies of Black Americans any more than, I

First bakery Trapp Brothers. Union after the ceremony.The Lewis of Williamsburg, it did those of immigrants in the past. "It is the state of,
First grocer: J. W, Grace First shoe bride was a languagearts Major William Moore of our beliefs, Individually and collectively" which must'

retail store: Robinson's. Firstdruggist: teacher inWilliamsburg, Greenbelt, Md.; Captain William change, she said. And "the prlnclpa 1 stumbling block Is

Peoples' Drug Store (Dr.S. M.; Frazier). First dentist: Dr. Va., in Berkeley Junior High Jackson, Captain Al- the belief, shared by many people, that NegroAmericans
School. She Is
Edward Emanuel First mortician: M. T. Mitchell. a graduate fred L. Catun and Captain 'constitute a race."
First attorney: R. E. S. Toomey. Bennett College where she wasa Agustus L. Owens of New Dr. Mead said that this belief is"unscientific"and ex-
member of the student National port News,. Va., and Captain
FIRST PUBLIC SCHOOL PRINCIPAL: Chas S. Thompson plained that American Negroes formagroupnotby racial
Education Associa-
First soda-beverage bottler: Cola Nip Bottling Works James Shaunessey of Washington but by social designation."They are those individuals who
tion senior attendant
(Sampson-Jenkins) .. First owner automobile: Geter Walker a a student May Day have any visible African traits, or, lacking these, are
,. First gad-about driver of auto; Willie Martin. First chaperonand known or believed to have some African ancestry..
member of the college
subdivision to Negro Miami; Baldwin. First ice-man: Dan "They vary from Individuals who may have 31 white ancestors !
marshal board. The bride-
Montgomery. First heavyweight fighter: Mark Golden is 'DIVERSIFIED and one ancestor who was African in origin, to,
of ,
groom a graduate Hampton
4 First medical doctor: Dr. S. M. Frazier First candidatefor Institute did graduate) PUBLIC SERVICE some who have American Indian as well as African and

City Commissioner B. Solomon i... First City Com- work at George Washington ANDNOTARY white ancestors, and to the very few persons who, on the

missioner: M. Athalie Range..First County Commissioner: University, was commissioned PUBLIC basis of superficial appearance, may be wholly Africanin

,Earl Carroll. from Hampton Institute and descent. By inheritance, they are an extraordinarily,
FIRST STATE REPRESENTATIVE: Joe Lang Kershaw. diversified group their categorization as members of
is a member of National Defense
First University of Miami grad: Benny 1,. O'Berry First Transportation Association STANLEY SWEETING one group is entirely arbitrary.
(female) University of Miami grad: Evadney Curlln.. First and Alpha Phi Alpha Public Relations "This arbitrary social designation in the United States'

\municipal Judge: Atty L. E.Thomas... First municipal court fraternity.Mrs. Consultant has carried..and in most cases still carries.-a terrible' I
clerk: Forrest Reynolds Sr...First deputy constable: Stanley 'burden of discrimination that has the most potent influences
Thomas Bynum Jr. Theatrical Editor
Sweeting '. First security city Jailer: Emanuel Luc.kle. on health, length of life, education, economic and social
,was her sister's matron ,of
First driver of shift-gear Ford automobile: Fred Orma Finley The Miami Times opportunity and freedom of choice.'The designation does'
First professional football quarterback (Miami and the were NA 1-7203 not change substantially with a Black American's econo-
Mrs. Colen Craven Mrs.William -
,h Nation): Carroll Williams. First graduate linotype opera- A. Thomas Jr., of New- 16351 NW 18th Place mic circumstances or Social class. Its deeply punitive
tor effects are part of the that the
; Stanley Sweeting. experience shapes expectations -
burgh N.Y. Mrs. Vernon Bunche Park
of Black Americans what education
" FIRST MUNICIPAL JUDGE Os-locks) Atty James L. Wildy of Richmond Va. Miss Including can
Opa-locka, Florida' offer them Dr. Mead contended in Redbook.
" Matthews First Dade County-born citizen: Dr Irene G. Joan De Veaux and Miss Bren- ,

Pratt. First legal hanging:Rev.Joe Brown. First millionaire da De Veaux of Beaufort,South
;1, : D. A.. Dorsey. First public school quarterback;

Marvin Jones. First travel agency:North's Travel Bureau gc ?e .Y' .. ..v.. .
I First weekly newspaper: Miami Journal. First Miami
|, Times apprentice:; Stanley Sweeting.. ,First police sergeant: : '. ?*

I Leroy Smith. .First police lieutenant:Sgt. Leroy Smith. rrr'3
, First police motorman: Bobby Ingraham. 'r

(. FIRST POLICEWQMAN: Carolyn Bailey First police-
, 'man: Enoch Powell. First (female) Juvenile officer: Rose

I E. Holly. First policeman slain on duty: Stanley Milledge r
.-. First public relations office: Sweeting.Lamar and Associates -

First Co-op organizer: Bertram Collie. First

ice-house organizer: Rev. S. A. Sampson... First Insurance Ui
company: Central Life First insurance agent: S.'T.,Mar, : x f' ry $ ;; c

tin First stationery store: Sweeting and North. First !
garnished sandwich and carry-outChlnese-styleboxes: Char- >: e.yb aeey.r .>

ley Sands.,

FIRST SECURITY CITY MATRON:Rose Anderson. FirstSt +Kmoowoa

Agnes' Church organist: Louise Edgecombe First
Church of God minister: Rev. John Williams First Mt coaaachfi

Zion Church pastor: Rev. J. W. Watson. First St. John 'W tr:
Church pastor: Rev Janus W. Drake. First burial ceme-
tery: City Cemetery First motorcycle rider: Freddie xm. sYx

Gaskin, Percy Strachan, Bruce Williams First appren- IS.vbs"wFi W '
,tice grocery butcher: Frank Straughter.Some of old Booker
T.Washington's most-beautiful coeds: RosebudAllen, Pearl

Paige, Edna Abrams, Margaret' Webb,Ellie Farrington,Charlie O r vi .P
Wllkle, Alice Calloway.
STUFF AND SUCH: Add to the list of former Booker T. r c erS pre > *

Washington high principals:Charles S.Thompson,E.J.G r a n- =
berry, H. Hunter... Lois Smith merger up in Pompano Beachis II
now three weeks cold. Samuel Harrison underwent gall
bladder surgery at Cedars of Lebanon last Saturday night late

.The:Tyrone Wells'(she's Prlscilla)little yearandahalfold ; At R. J. Reynolds, the right man gets the promotion, no
daughter expects a little playmate sometime In late September matter what his color. Its part of the way we've been a
..which arrival, incidently, will make Samuel Wells a honoring our commitment to equal Opportunity. A way '
that Is new and different Our people have more than
in 2nd Cran-
grandpop for the second time. Shifting Gear:
just a job) they have a career opportunity with a bright ,
dall McLeod from North Dade Jr High math instructor to counselor
A j rewarding future.And we back up our offer with the best
at Charles B. Drew Junior High. :y j'' 4; training can provide.
CONFIDENTIALLY YOURS: Remember when Our Town had R ,Here Is how It Is: 'fi

.. two winsome lassies (now deceased) whose names were Essie It Is 700 summer jobs right now
Mae Drake and Jessie Mae Duck ??? (Drake and Duck but no it is 1 of every 4 jobs for BlacksIt

'Gander)'. Quite ironic that Fla A & M let their former two- is everybody starting even.
But starting even Is not enough. We let the
time all-American and Giants professional great Clarence computers Identify who is eligible for training ,
Childs slip through its fingers to land that berth at Bethune- and who gets the promotions. Prejudice just
Cookman as Director of Student Personnel...Glenda Ann Pe-, isn't part of our computer programming. Regard.
terson is among the hundreds of students returning to schoolsof less of color, promotion and additional training f
higher learning this week. She returns to the cultural col"lege 't :",<, for promotion goes to the worker with the most f?

mother Catherine St. James 4 ,: 'Y t;?> seniority. f
complex of Atlanta,Ga.Her ;>r ; ; ;;".
AME Church kindergarten dietician, returned from the Geor- t ,j1f.;;:; ::\

gia environs visiting daughters Phyllis Mack and Jean Bren- fui Lp.4'1': ( :rq S

nan. Just Carolyn in time Delores to help Clayton Glenda and pack Lester her A.'back Jones to school have decided togs-! ,. ( /" (} ;ii; :: ,) At R. J. Reynolds

:* t' > \ things the .
are on move
will be solemnized y <& W-V? ;i:8: >
to become Mr. and Mrs. The wedding r vy'f.rr. \ ,:; 4; "j ;i.i-Th;: And SubtldlirlMTotucca Product r 'r"
Sept. 19 Alvina Louise Bush and Jesse Jerome ,Brown Jr. {::, 'i iiJ' 'if", .Food Product Shipping 'r' s, '
30th at Antioch 'Induttrlil Corn Product w a '"
have already said their vows. It was August '*, .Aluminum Products'
Baptist Church And Mr. and Mrs. John H. Dean Sr. are r zG' .P.ckunM! .t.r!."ltTti.ijMIAMl y
feting their granddaughter with a reception at the Elks Home ,

on,7th Avenue come Sept. 19th. Hilton Earl Fuller will be her
new name and on Oct. 19th, another vow-taking will be between -
Joan Alexander and David Hunt. This will be at Corpus .:o,
Christie Catholic Church. That's it brother, from your;one- i
man-newspaper, who knows evetybody and everybody's racket,,

but who is.allways giving some poor sucker a break! "



r8 THE MIAMI TIMES, Friday, September 5, 1y 169' OPEN

"The Picnic" at North Miami PlayhouseRuth 1:45
special tt has music, dancing, laugh- and In
Foreman observes her revue, Includes a very So Sexy Color!
made this ter, and can be enjoyed by the
20th anniversary presenting feature of a film LOVE ME PLEASE
Dade summer on beach location, by whole family.
Theatre to
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"The Picnic" plays
Countlans, at the North Miami the young performers appearing
6th, 13th,and 20th,
Playhouse Saturday,Sept.6th, In the revue. days, Sept. North a Girlie Frolic
curtain, at the
2:00 p.m. "The Picnic" isanowstoryof 2:00 p.m. .. .
"The Picnic", a musical teenagers and sub-teens. Miami Playhouse.


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Annual Culture Series by presenting Ramsey Lewisn _
) :the auditorium on September 14 at 8:15 p.m. 'Ramsey 1I, I j
Lewis, the young pianisf and number one Instrumentalist I
who has changed the musical mood in : : ",
,the country, 'appeals to pre-teens through grandpa- _. i
rents: concert goers, nightclub patrons, and record ';
collectors. The public I is cordially'invited to enjoy IIId MIlk.... /

,this lively presentation. Admission is $5.00. w, '" N.. 10:20.t ,

; Miami Girl Off To Miss a .';Deall hefa.: : ,

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i Bronzevi Ile '69 Contest I In L.A.The Michael Sarrazin ,.uphhtr: ,

that Is good, clean and con- Ga le Hunnicutt'Eleanor Par er .,,1 r Hann'I
Fourth Miss Bronze- structive -- something that
yule Beauty and Talent Pag- will strengthen their faith In
eant, U.S.A. finals will be he Id the American philosophy.
,August 30-September 7 at Los The girls are scheduled to
Angeles' Ambassador Hotel, arrive, via TWA,Saturday THE CONTINENTAL CLUB
with the selection of the Miss from that moment be.'lnvltedto .
Bronzevilles from 35 states many affairs: ,tours,dinners I
across the nation. with stars and trips to Disneyland 6000 NW 1 A MiamiRes.
The pageant is similar to the Universal shopping ve.
Miss America Beauty and Talent sprees, etc.Henriette.
Pageant. The only differ Chandler Is coordinating Call Day 751-6521 Nile 757-104
ence Is Miss Bronzeville gives the affair with Rev.
Negro and other non-white Joseph B. Hardwick chair
young women who are denied man of the Baptist Minister's
by the Miss America group a Union. SHOWING Fri. & Sat.
chance to display their beauty, Previous scholarship win-
I charm and talent to the world. ners of the Sidney Poitier,
I The Miss Bronzeville Pageant Sammy Davis and Harry Bela-
gives black girls a chance to fonte awards are:Carole Reed o s ELLA
t continue, their education and '66, Loretta Meridlm, '67 and ::
be associated with something Shirley Washington, '68.
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The phone rings and Mayme answers.The voice on the other
end says, "Is this Mrs. Bondu?" Mayme says, "Yes." The 6530 NW 15 Ave
voice sez, "Congratulations, you have been picked as a recipient
of $150 In prizes and merchandise If you can answer 691-0421
one question correctly. "What well known brand name product (
uses the slogan "When it rains It pours?" Every person who 1
has a TV and every person who has ever been on a highway,
train or bus has seen this slogan pasted,whitewashed on barns, Here's Where It's At
' written since 1900'and
on signs could answer that question.
''r. It's like asking who Is buried In Grant's tomb? So Mayme sez,
' "Morton Salt." "Fine," sez the voice.You have won the mer- DINE-DANCE-BE MERRYat
;'\ chandise donated by merchants of the area In an effort to get
t acquainted with new people,and we will send you a coupon book
that will enable you to claim these prizes, for $12.50. So the Air Conditioned
i Mayme sez, "You send me the book, and If I think It is worth
:i, $150 in prizes, I will sendyou1250." "Oh, we can't do that, Louis K. Caldwell, Mlcheal M. ,Pitts and Alfonso ..
'''i' we must have the $12.50 for the coupon book, first," said the J.. Murray received outstanding awards in music
voice. So Mayme told her where to put the coupon book, and and theory at the University of Miami Summer JllllAfBarandLounge

hung up.This Band and Orchestra Camp. Louisis the son of Mr.
is a classic example of some white folks putting their
hands in black peoples pockets. Some other folk have told me and Mrs. Daniel Caldwell, Micheal the grandsonof '
about the phone calls they were getting,and lot of poor black Mrs. Emerald Gardner and Alfonso I Is 'the son of
folk will Jump at the chance to get$150 worth of merchandise Mr. and Mrs. Alfonso Murray, Jr.
"free' You get nothing in this world for nothing. The
operators of this scheme will go to a store(mostly small op- mm NI itt i. Ii
erator) and tell the owner he can get him more customers, but
he must agree to give each customer a belt with every coupon.
" He tells the owner that most people will not want the belt be- 3 9 ; Y LIVE ENTERTAINMENTTHURS.
cause it could be a cheap one that maybe cost 59?. Or he could : 3 1 .*- FRI. SAT. SUN.
run a thing where you buy a belt and get one free. The cost of !
the one you buy will be $1.00, so you have still paid for both i MAXIE NEWBOLD & HIS BAND )
If there is a Jewelry store offering a watch for $79.95 with !
the coupon, that watch may only cost$39.95, you think you
are getting a $40 coupon free and the watch did not cost u +1. Zt.R Open From 1 p.m. tll.5 a.m.
the Jeweler $39.95 in the beginning, so he hasn't lost anything Owned & Operated by
anyway.. U it was not a gimmick, the question would not be a Miami's Own Spacesetters, Inc.
nationally known one. Nobody makes it easy for you to get
something for nothing. Not something worthwhile. Please re- (HOW SOUL CAN YOU BE?)
member that you never get anything for nothing, and do not .
fall for these hustles with your hard earned money. I will be AR. _u k
calling the State Attorney's office to ask Mr. Gerstein to see '
5 if they can trace these phone calls to the people of Dade County Louis Konard Caldwell received an outstanding WATCH FO.R TH (OPENING'OF: ;
and stop this foolishness! Please don't buy what you can't award in music at the University of Miami Summer :OUR 'PQ Kerr: '.tO'UNG;
see. Band and Orchestra Camp. Louis the son of '( psttAjUlt '
Mr. and Mrs.,Danjel Coldvyell. He is a 10th graderat
,:PRETTY BOYOF THE WEEK:. Tom England, CEP Miami Jackson ,Senior High School and a memberof tiF
PRETTY GIRL OF THE WEEK: Anna Sosa, Staff Asst. I CEP the marching band.
VIP OF THE WEEK: James Hilton, Director of Parks and
of Miami _. ... u._.._._...________..___
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MOTHER OF THE WEEK: Frances Floyd, Administrative
Assistant CEP ": "
QUICK NOTE DEPARTMENT:A group of enterprising young or
men have formed the Sportsman's Inc., and are planning the
Bob Hayes invitational Golf Tournament, Feb. 12-15 at Pal- F 0Y
metto Golf Course. It promises to be a 'humdinger' with fabulous -
merchandise for amateurs and a $1500 first prize for ,
pros then from Feb. 18-22, the Miami North-South Golf a sp
Tournament will be held at Miami Springs. Miami is reallythe
high spot for golf with the baseball tournament and the
Doral Open following on the heels of these Mr. and Mrs.
Henry Spence gave a Labor Day party for a few friends that
was a gas. Music was furnished by Frank Dubois trio; it was
catered by Mugges; they had a bartender,of course, and a life
guard. Just to mention a few faces seen: Mr. and Mrs. Leo
McClairen, Mr. and Mrs. China Valles and family; Mr. and
Mrs. William Kimbrough and family,Mr.and Mrs.Julius Wilson "' _....."'" --
Miss Barbara Williams, the Sophistocates from the Eden Mrs. Sheila .olle is a native
Roc, and golfing buddies Jeff Robinson, Steve McElmurray, Mlamian and a graduate of 9
Charlie Peterson, Robert Jackson, Coleman White, Nat Be- Miami Northwestern Senior.
thune, George Butler and Bill Cyprit .' That old cliche, High School. She ,receivedher
"Good time was had by all" really fits that party Phyllis degree in Business Ad- Kl l Er:
Branch on vacation from the Thunderbird for two weeks. She ministration from Florida Ado
returns for the season after her "pause fora worthy cause." M University.She .
Beg pardon! Last week I stated that the city of Miami Springswas has worked as aSubsti-
dragging the opening of the concession at the Miami tute Teacher for Dade County
:Springs Golf Course. It Is really not their fault that it is not Board of Public Instruction.
Seems that the City of Miami itself is slowing down the
open. ,At the present Mrs.. Rolle
process. The contract has not been signed. The big Summer holds the position1 on Intake 1[<(i Jal s.
EOPI and other Interested
Arts Festival presented by the Interviewer for the C o n c e n-
agencies was a huge success. The area from Bayfront Audi- trated Employment Program
torium to Bayfront Bandshell was well used this weekend. The from the Florida State Employment -
exhibits and entertainment were most interesting and some of Service in support of : /7i1z&
the paintings done by the youth of Dade County were greatl! It CEP. _
was a beautiful festival, and Mrs. Marie Carl, Miss Maxine Her hobbies include: read-
Bethel, Miss Bess Jones,and all others who were involved are ing, cooking and sewing.FREE :
to be congratulated That's it for this week. TILL THE _
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!!.'. A 13, On The Scene With Miami Youth CIJ' t;;;Jr-" !: 5

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By Garth C. Reeves, Jr.

Now that school has re-opened Ihopeallthe kids had a real
"A Tearful Adieu"A nice vacation.

goodbye column is a-heartbreaking thing for me. The In the opening of football season, at Gables Sr. High, Linda
past year and a half has really been an enjoyable experience.With Hendricks, and Billie Borden will be among many black

me, writing for the sake of writing is fun enough in faces you will see at Gables football games. Linda and Billle

itself. However, one becomes extremely overjoyed, when a made varsity cheerleaders.
Brenda Collier of Gables Sr. High will be one of the most
particular week rolls around and he really has somethingto
offer his readers. Whenever this chance occurred, I popular "Teens" walking around campus with her new Afro-

took full advantage, hoping you got something out of it. Hair style.
: Clarence Patterson, will be returning back to "Shaw Uni-
Teenagers are a hard core group to please, God knowsI _..z versity" where he would continue his 4-year football scho-
tr ied. larship.
Writing this column is not a one man Job and don't think The community ,extends heartfelt sympaty to the Jones,
for one minute all credit is being taken by the possessorof ''Ia Scotts and Curry families who lost a beloved member of
pen and paper I have many people to thank.. Mainlythe their family.
youth of Miami who this column could not have been Visiting one of the hospitals In the Miami area, there was

,without. an incident that took place that I feel was wrong:
I accepted with great appreciation the letters and responses They called on two young men to the hospital to pick up
J received In the mail, not to mention the disagreeables their wives from the maternity ward. When the young men
who ended their conversations with the slamming of the re- went Inside to get the
reached the hospital, they necessary
cievW dig controversy, besides I considered taking a good things straighten out. On their way outboth of the young men
cursing out every now and then all In the line of duty .. found ,tickets on their cars. One young man took his ticketto
(even coming from the boss).
one of the executives-in the hospital-being black, the exe-
This column will be continued by Eloise Taylor,an extremely Soul Sut&i off tU /Wed cutive white-he talked very harsh to this black man. Per-

intelligent young lady who only today (Thursday) is sonally I feel this is wrong because instead of having a
beginning her senior year at Notre Dame Academy. hope patient pick-up sign there, it should be a no-parking sign
you, like myself, are looking forward to the change of pace. It is a pleasure to present lovely, Debra Williams to after all the men did come to pick-up their wives.
1 you as my final Soul Sister. She is the daughter of
I'm off to Morehouse in Atlanta whereI
College Georgia Mr. and Mrs. Neely Williams of 1514 NW 18th Place.
hope to continue my writing in the campus Journal. A 1
Debra enjoys sewing dancing and attending social events. CAMPUS CUTE:
different group to please, no doubt a greater challenge and She will attend Miami-Dade In January.FourYear -
'loads of controversy. I can hardly wait. This week's campus cutie

-=::' r comes from the campus of .g
OFF TO SCHOOL AND WHERE: Gables Senior High ,School.. R
FAMU: James Wanza, Cliff Edwards, Jestina Days, Diane .
Dyes, Linda Holmes, Burt Arnold and James Jackson. Olds Wanted Joann Hall, the daughter of
Bethune-Cookman: Gail Coachman; Juliette Poitler. Mr. and Mrs. Frederick Hall,
Tennessee State: Bertrum FarquarsonFisk Sr., attends Gables High where a
: Angela Culmer, Judy Carter, Roslyn Smith. .$f+ f"'* For CollegeThe she participates various or-.

Clarke: Juanita Jones, Brenda Hepburn. Included train rides visits to ganizations. She also attends
FSU Sharon'Taylor call is out for all four- ,
Univ. of Fla. Farley Neasman < year olds who want to go to the zoo, and other adventures. Christ Episcopal Church. v .',I
Xavier Sylvia Johnson college. There are still several Tuition for ,the 'fall term,
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Morgan State: Karen McCrea fall term openings in MI- Sept. 2 bec. 12, is $75.

Morris Brown: Juanita Mention, James Gatson. Di'Ann aml-Dade Junior College'spreschool Parents are responsible for 1
of their child
Bowen program for tots transportation
ren to and from the college. Finest Photography '
Pratt Inst.: Beverly parks of four or going-on four.

Creighton Univ.: Roy Baptiste Fall term begins Sept.2 with Further Information maybe
Texas: Calvin Patterson classes held Monday.Friday, obtained by calling 685- AvailableJohnson i I '
Kentucky State: Phillip Wilson 8:30 a.m. to noon, in the college ., 4410 or by attending the par-: "

Springfield:,Leola Alford'v'",;*d:?: ?,, ; nursery, 1315 Scott Hall, ents' meeting on Friday
Penn. State: Anthony Humes North Campus. .
Spelman:: Andresa Davis, Kaffo Edwards and Lynnette
Richardson. ; Carolyn Wright, assistant Dade Pools

Harvard: Rick K11 trick professor intheDepartmentofPsychology

Morehouse: James E. White, Jr., Edward T. Kyler and and Education at Close EveningsEffective "' I .
Vance Ryans. M-DJC North, is In charge ofthe :.:: '
pre-school programfor Monday, Septem-r
AT THE PARTY SCENE: .- the third year, She,hold ber 1 all Metro-Dade County .J ;.,; ,
Pretty 1969 Central homecoming queen Sammiemae Ro- the master's degtee in Early Pools will be closed to the pub 1 ..' 'f :,' "

berts pad. entertained quests at Saturday night swinger at her Childhood Education.Enrollment ., notice lic every, with evening the exception until further of ... ".t'O ..... '

is limited to 15 special programs and clas-
Some, of those in attendance were Ruth Stubbs, Peggy youngsters who are now fouror ses conducted at individual ". ... :,

Williams, Priscilla Thompson, Jeff Reaves, Pat Stevens, will be before January.The pools.

Marilyn Eason and,.Milton Hadleyr_, *< .:,**, tiny scholars study such sophisticated Hours of daytime pool operation
', I <-. .. '" subjects, will continue as follows
'' ,:," ; : as pre- : '
THIS WEEKEND! :: \ :. '*". math, reading, and social studies Monday Saturday 9 a.m. : Of Miami;
Also Included are "field 5 p.m. Sunday 1 p.m. to 5p.m.
The Blues Image of Miami have hit it bit time now
4 trips" which are different As In the past, the nine
and will be appearing Friday night alone with the Rotary
.' each term but have in the past County pools will be available
Connection at Convention Hall on the Beach.
,for group rental by the pub- '
A new teenage discoteque called the 'Light My, Fire' lic based on an already established 1186 NW 38th ,Street

opened last weekend on Miami Beach. It's a groovey set Man Falls fee schedule. For fur-
right down the street from the Funkey Broadway. ther information please con- Phone 635-4748
tact the nearest MetropolitanDade

45 OF THE WEEK: 'For Better Or Worse' by the Supremesand To DeathThe County Park and Recreation -
Temptations. Department Pool.
ALBUM OF THE WEEK: 'Together' by the Supremes and
the Temptations. caretaker of an apart I. .r.r-rr.r.-.r.sr _- ssi .
ment house at 501 NW Fourth I

; Until later be cool and do Ave., toppled off a third-story '
always your own thing. '
" ,1 I bow out gracefully. balcony Sunday and fell to his : Miami f TimesSUBSCRIPTON : ;
death on a parking area. ';
"' I ORDER' y r't. i
Miami police detectives Joe
Green and Henry Weaver said 0 Miami.Times I i

JOIN NOW! the victim had lived alone on I 6530 NW 15th Avenue : I
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I NAACP Units Assist Burrell Asks Government Jo Become Partner 1

"Our proposal is not to beg, protested.' closed Saturday.The The Awards Banquet held on,
Hurricane Victims but to build. Mr. President, Analysing the demands for National Business League Friday evening addressed ',j
Mr. Congressman,Mr.Secretary power, he said, 'Ite.cry for was organized by Booker by Daniel parker,chairman
In the wake of the devastating president, reported evidence and Mr. Administrator, power, black, green, politicalor T.-Washington in 1900 and has the Board of the Parker Pen
hurricane send your representatives andlet's economic argues the point more than 50
Cammille, of discrimination chapters Company, who received the
NAACP personnel have worked cellent teamwork and ex- build a better America." that a way must be found to throughout the country with Business League's Humanita-
cooperation Berkeley G. Burrell, Pre- negotiate the *
asslcuously to assure equal in the Gulf Coast present system. 10,000 members. rian award. James Brown,
treatment of Negro victims of He found "white and blark sident of the National Business The Business League met at This year's theme was Ross Davis and Dr. F.D.Patterson
the nation's worst storm, reports folks suffering and League, made the above appeal the Holiday Rivermont Inn in "Black Business Inthe70'sTomorrow .. were honorees for
sharing alike -
received In the National and receiving equal ser- last qeek in his annual addressto Memphis: last Wednesday and is Now." other awards.
the 69th
Annual Convention
Office here this week reveal. vices." The worst discrimi- of the Business .
Branches in the stricken areas nation was reported by Em-' League. .. ,
of'Louisiana and Mississippi mitt Douglas, president of the> He told the 500 delegates, ': ">'."
were deeply involved. .
Louisiana State NAACP, in i "we could cite gaping examples '
Following filing of a compliant notorious Plaquemines Pa of omissions in the
by Aaron Henry, president rish.Responding Nixon Administration, but "".
of the
MississippiState to a request: when we will have spoken,how
NAACP Negro refugees who from Dr. Mason, the NAACP will change come about? The
had been segregated atthe Washington Bureau has been i goal we seek is unlimited free- Y
State College in Jackson were seeking from the Departmentof : domtobe A mer I can s; un
removed to the integrated facilities Housing and Urban Development hyphenated, unrestricted and
at Camp Shelby. Phillip 700 mobile housing units; above all, unre jected."
Savage, an NAACP field director for refugees In southern Mis Burrell urged the nation's ''w ,
investigated conditions sissippi. More than 100 such i oldest black membership aY
at Camp Shelby. units have already been made i group to "set the style for the ,Y ,caelwr;
Meanwhile, In Biloxi,Miss, available for displaced Negro> 70's as the black generation x Y
Dr. Gilbert R. Mason, branch families in the area. who produced more than itI

| NAACP In "Urgent Appeal" For $200,000NEW 4

YORK-Branches of Roy Wilkins cited a resolution branches of the Association_
the National Association for passed by delegates to the As an amount, depending upon the I
the Advancement of Colored sociation's 60th anniversary size of the branches, rang-
People have been called upon convention in Jackson, Miss., ing from $50.00 to $450.00."
to pay asessments totaling June 30July 5. "In view of The convention resolutionwas ,Among the more than 380 to receive degrees at the Summer Commencement
$200,000 to the National Office the current financial status affirmed by the Board of
at Tennessee State last week these Floridians left
were : ( to
in order to avert a possible of the Association," the re- Directors. To Implement the
deficit in that amount.In colutlon reads, "the Convention resolution, Mr. Wilkins has right) first roW: Lenora Allen, Tallahassee; Cassandra Worsham, Daytona :';
letters sent to the urges the Board of DI- sent out an "urgent appeal"to Beach; Mayme Frances Riley, Jacksonville; Gail Luthenia Shipp, Jackson
branches, Executive Director rectors to assess each of the the branches ville; second row: Eartha Lee Swain, Miami; Nathaniel Maurice Albritton,
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.,.'." On The Scene With Miami Youth .Jr-: :?

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HappeningBy JACKSONHighlights

Garth C. Reeves, Jr. ,

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Now that school has re-opened Ihopeallthe kids had a real
"A Tearful' Adieu"A > I nice vacation.In .

goodbye column is heartbreaking thing for me. The the opening of football season, at Gables Sr. High, Linda
past year and a.half has really been an enjoyable experience.With Hendricks, and Billie Borden will be among many black

me, writing for the sake of writing is fun enough in faces you will see at Gables football games. Linda. and Billie
Itself. However, one becomes extremely overjoyed, when a ,, 1 1ipj 1y made varsity cheerleaders.
Brenda Collier of Gables Sr. High will be one of the most
particular week rolls around and he really has somethingto
offer his readers. Whenever this chance occurred, I popular "Teens" walking around campus with her new Afro-

,took full advantage, hoping you got something out of it. Hair style.
Clarence Patterson, will be returning back to "Shaw Uni-
Teenagers are a hard core group to please, God knowsI versity" where he would continue his 4-year football scholarship -

tried. .
Writing this column is not a one man job and don't think : The community extends heartfelt sympaty to the Jones,
for one minute all credit is being taken by the possessorof Scotts and Curry families who lost a beloved member of

pen and paper i have many people to thank Mainlythe 'H H their family. _
of 'Miami who this column could not have been ,:
youth Visiting one of the hospitals in the Miami area., there was
without. an incident that took place that I feel was wrong:
I accepted with great appreciation the letters and responses They called on two young men to the hospital to pickup
I received in the mail, not to mention the disagreeableswho their wives from the maternity ward. When the young men
ended their conversations, with the slamming of the recievV reached the hospital, they went inside to get the necessary
I dig controversy besides I considered taking a good
things straighten out. On their way outboth of the young men
cursing out every now and then all In the line of duty J found ,tickets on their cars. One young man took his ticketto
(even coming from the boss).
one of the executives-in the hospital-being black, the exe-
This column w1l1becontinuedbyEloiseTayloran extreme- Soul SiMw 01/ tWed cutive white-he talked very harsh to this black man. Per-

''fy intelligent young lady who only today (Thursday) is sonally I feel this Is wrong because Instead of having a
beginning her senior year at Notre Dame Academy. I hope patient pick-up sign there, it should be a no-parking: sign
you, like myself, are looking forward to the change of pace.: It is a pleasure to present lovely, Debra Williams to after all the men did come to pick-up their wives.
1 you as my final Soul Sister. She is the daughter of
off to Morehouse in' Atlanta whereI
College Georgia Mr. and Mrs. Neely Williams of 1514 NW 18th Place.
hope to continue my writing in the campus journal. A 1
enjoys sewing, dancing and attending social events. CAMPUS CUTIE:
different group to please, no doubt a greater challenge and She will attend Miami-Dade in January. .
loads of controversy. I can hardly wait. I This week's campus cutie

-="...!L comes from the campus of
OFF TO SCHOOL AND WHERE: Gables Senior High ,School...
FAMU: James Wanza, Cliff Edwards, Jestina Days, Diane .,,,, '
Dyes, Linda Holmes, Burt Arnold and James Jackson. Four-Year Olds' Wanted ,< :Joann Hall, the daughter of
Bethune-Cookman: :: Gail Coachman, Juliette Poitier. Mr. and Mrs. Frederick Hall,
Tennessee State: Bertrum Farquarson Sr., attends Gables H igh where
Fisk: Angela Culmer, Judy Carter, Roslyn: Smith.'i..t "' For College- she participates in various or-,

Clarke: Juanita,Jones, Brenda Hepburn.. '"" 'J' included train rides, visits tothe ganizations. She also attends
FSU Sharon'Taylor The call Is out for all four-
Univ.: of Fla. Farley Neasman .1' ,VJV, I. year olds who want to go to zoo, and other adventures. Christ Episcopal Church.
Xavier: Sylvia 'Johnson College. There are still several Tuition for the fall term, nY
Morgan State: Karen McCrea fall term openings in Mi Sept. 2 bec. 12, is $'15.
ami.J;>ade Junior College's Parents are responsible for
Morris Brown: Juanita Mention, James Gatson. Di'Ann
Bowen pre-school program for tots transportation of their child
ren to and from the college. Finest ,
Pratt Inst.: Beverly Parks of four or going-on four. Phofography

Creighton Univ.: Roy Baptiste 'v." '.. Fall term begins Sept.2 with Further Information maybe
Texas: Calvin Patterson .' > ', classes held Monday-Friday, obtained by calling 685- Available

Kentucky State: Phillip Wilson ," "' 8:30 a.m. to noon, In the col 4410 or by attending the par;

Springfield.LeolaAlford ....'i,',I!* ,: ." legs nursery, 1315 Scott Hall, ents' meeting on Friday.
Penn. State: Anthony Humes North Campus..
Spelman:' Andresa Davis, KarVn Edwards and, Lynnette
Dade Pools
Richardson. Carolyn Wright, assistant
Harvard Rick Kllpatrick professor' in the Department: of .

Morehouse: : James E. White, Jr., Edward T. Kyler and Psychology and Education at Close' EveningsEffective .
Vance Ryans. M-DJC North, is in charge ofthe : / ', .
pre-school programfor Monday, Septem. .' \ '.'- ,. ', .
AT THE PARTY SCENE ''' the third year, She,holdthe ber 1 all Metro-Dade County ", '. I f' '
: master's Pools will be closed to the 'i' : '
1969 degree in Early public ; 'i :)
Pretty Central homecoming queen Sammiemae Roberts .
pad. entertained quests at a'Saturday night swinger at her Childhood: Education.Enrollment ., notice every, with evening the exception until further'of' ., ...:. I

is limited to 15 special programs and classes .
Some of those in attendance were Ruth' Stubbs, Peggy youngsters who are now four conducted at individual "

Williams, Priscilla Thompson, Jeff Reaves, Pat Stevens, or will be before January.The pools.
Marilyn Eason and.Milton Hadleyrv' ." "f tiny scholars study such sophisticated Hours of daytime pool operation
'" ) r. Jt. I'I*-' "t.f ,subjects as pre- will.continue as follows:
THIS WEEKEND ''' ';,. '**. : math, reading, and social stu Monday Saturday 9 a.m. : Johnson Of Mii i .
dies. Also Included are "field 5 p.m. Sunday 1 p.m. t05p.m
The Blues Image of Miami have hit it bit time now
j trips" which are different As in the past, the nine
and will beappearing Friday night alone with the RotaryCotmec'tbl
i 1 each term but have in the past County pools will be availablefor
at Convention Hall on the Beach.A .
group rental by the public
new teenage discoteque called the 'Light My Fire' based on an already established 1186 NW 38th Street

opened last weekend on' Miami Beach. It's a groovey set Man Falls fee schedule. For further -
right down the street from the Funkey Broadway. information please con Phone 635-4748
tact the nearest MetropolitanDade

45 OF THE WEEK: 'For Better.Or Worse' by the Supremesand To DeathThe County Park and Recreation -
Temptations. Department: Pool.

ALBUM OF THE WEEK: 'Together' by the Supremes and
caretaker of an apartment -
the Temptations. r----.r.r.--.r.-r-a.N. .
house at 501 NW Fourth

Until later, be cool and always do own thing. Ave., toppled Oft a third-story ,' I
your : '
I, : and fell to his Miami
, .1 I bow out gracefully. balcony Sunday TimesSUBSCRPTON
death on a parking area. ., :
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Miami police detectives Joe I ORDER ,,' :,.' ,: :
and Weaver said I Miami
JOIN NOW! Green Henry .Times"I
the victim had lived alone- on I 6530 .. .. .: .
AND SUPPORT THE the premises as David Lee I Miami, Florida 33147 ;.'tj': I
Robinson, 58, but said a nephew '1 !
Carver YMCAMembership told them the man actually : Enclosed is $5.00 to cover the of'a
was,David Lee Rosier, 49, I cost one year subscription to ;
The Miami Times.
Drive _
formerly of Tallahassee. I I

I Mail Paper to: : .
Cell 60231.Said your M.b.rtkip tOImo' Witnesses told police the I 1
man had been lurching aroundon Address 1
NW 15th AVENUE '
the balcony prior to his I
Youth $3.00 TM.... $5.00- Ad.1'$1 0.00 plunge. Death was attributedto I I I
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NAACP Units Assist Burrell Asks Government To Become Partner I 1

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"Our proposal is not to beg, protested.' closed Saturday. The Awards held
Hurricane VictimsIn but to build Mr. President, Analysing the demands for The National Business Lea- Friday evening was addressedby on ',j+
Mr. Congressman,Mr.Secretary power, he said, 'Ite.cry for gue was organized by BookerT. Daniel parker,chairman of
the wake of the devastating president, reported no evidence and Mr. Administrator, power, black, green, politicalor Washington in 1900 and has the Board of the Parker Pen
hurricane send your representatives andlet's economic argues the point more than 50
Cammille, of discrimination chapters Company, who received the
NAACP personnel have worked teamwork and excellent build a better America..' that a way must be found to throughout the country with Business League's Humanitarian
cooper- Berkeley G. Burrell, President negotiate the *
asslcuously to present system. 10,000 members.
assure equal ation in the Gulf Coast area. award. James Brown,
treatment of Negro victims of He found "white and black of the National Business The Business League met at This year's theme was Ross Davis and Dr. F.D. Pat ''I
the nation's worst storm, reports folks suffering and League, made the above appeal the Holiday Rivermont Inn in "Black Business Inthe70'sTomorrow -- terson were honorees for
sharing alike
received in the National and receiving equal ser-- last qeek in his annual address Memphis last Wednesday and is Now." other awards.'YJ" .
to the 69th Annual Conventionof
Office here this week reveal. vices." The worst discrimi- the Business .
Branches in the stricken nation League. "
areas was reported by Em- ,
of'Louisiana and Mississippi mitt Douglas, president of the He told the 500 delegates, : :
were deeply involved. Louisiana State ,,
NAACP, in "we could cite gaping ex- :
Following filing of a compliant notorious Plaquemines Pa amples of omissions in the : \ -)
by Aaron Henry, president rish.Responding Nixon Administration, but .
of the
MississippiState to a request when we will have spoken,how
NAACP,',Negro refugees who from Dr. Mason, the NAACP will change come about? The
had been segregated at the Washington Bureau has been goal we seek is unlimited freedom
State College in Jackson were seeking from the Departmentof to be A mericans; un J
removed to the Integrated facilities Housing and Urban Development hyphenated, unrestricted and
at Camp Shelby. Phillip 700 mobile housing units above all, unrejected."
Savage, an NAACP field director for refugees in southern Mis Burrell urged the nation's ,
Investigated conditions sissippi. More than 100 such oldest black membership
at Camp Shelby. units have already been made group to "set the style for the -'
Meanwhile, in Biloxi,Miss., available for displaced Negro 70's as the black generationwho '
Dr. Gilbert R. Mason, branch families in the area. produced more than it "afi

. | NAACP In "Urgent Appeal" For $200,000

l NEW YORK-Branches of Roy Wilkins cited resolution branches of the Associationan
the National Association for passed by delegates to the As amount, depending upon the

I the Advancement of Colored sociation's 60th anniversary size t of the branches, rang- _______ ______ ,,
People have been called convention in n
: Jackson
upon Miss., ing from $50.00 to$450.00." .
to pay asessments totaling June 30July 5. "In view of The convention resolution'' ,Among the more than 380 to receive degrees at the Summer Commencement '
$200,000 to the National Of- the current financial statusof was affirmed by the Board of
at Tennessee State last week these
University Floridians
: ,
fice in order to avert a possible the Association," the re- Directors. To implement the fo
1 deficit in that amount.In colution reads, "the Conven- resolution, Mr. Wilkins has right) first row': Lenora Allen, Tallahassee; Cassandra Worsham, Daytona ;;;
letters sent to the tion urges the Board of Directors sent out an "urgent appeal"to Beach; Mayme Frances Riley, Jacksonville; Gail Luthenia Shipp, Jackson
branches, Executive Director to assess each of the the branches ville; second row: Earth Lee Swain, Miami; Nathaniel Maurice Albritton,
Miami, and Paula Leondras Mack, Jacksonville.

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Cookin'with Ili....i. lee Park Was Political Stunt That Back fired

South Miami Councilman Bramson said.Bramson minor to some people, but to know Y.toi t the idea 0'-putting : j
Bramson said this week that said he suggested the youngsters who have been the track on top of the 1\
\BUTTE an effort to give additional recreational calling a special Council using this facility this summerit baseball field, but it certainly I
facilities to the Lee meeting to discuss the situation is quite serious. was a poor selection and done :,
By MILTON "BUTTERBALL" SMITH Park area of South Miami has but the Mayor refused. at the wrong time when the] I
"backfired" and "Just about "This is a situation where It is a situation where the park could have been used for :
ruined the park for the use of playing politics rather than track provided is not usable summer recreation. It +

LUCKY MIAMI youngsters this summer." 'assuming proper responsibility and at the same time it has' caused hardship on the youngsters ) ,
Well, the summer has come and gone and the problems that "This was a typical case has caused a problem," ruined a baseball field which' who need that facility <
beseiged the other big cities avoided Miami.Troubles such as of galloping ahead full steam Bramson said. "It may seem was In good condition. I don't for their recreation," \
student unrest, riots, and even the hurricane that almost completely without Involving those' pri- _
destoryed parts of Mississippi. Lucky Miami! Lucky marily concerned," Bramson
Miami! said. Ffi
I have talked to so many people who were so grateful that City Hall was the scene of
the hurricane didn't hit us. And I have spoken to others who picketing last week when ap-
think that the wrath of God descended on Mississippi, but we proximately 20 teenagers
must remember that black people as well as white were hurt complained of the condition of
to Virginia, blacks were homeless as well as whites during ,Lee Park,particularly that the {
the flood. outfield area of the base ball t la J
What Fm trying to say is that when trouble comes, we all field had been dug up to put in
suffer. We don't want trouble in Miami, but I am afraid it's a track field which they
Inevitable, because we are not doing anything to avoid it. Pll claimed was "unusable..
like to take this time and thank all of the many people that "Actually what happenedwas
helped me.with the "Happy Miami Butterball" project for the that a well' meaning effort -
kids at Kendall and Parkway Homes. I wished I had enough Just about' destroyed the

space to mention the names here, but you know who you are, use of the recreational facility
and I am sure you derived a great deal of satisfaction from for the summer," Bramson
the help you gave and for those of you who came out and saw! said. "What was meant to (
how the kids enjoyed themselves. I know you realize that the be a helpful thing turned intoa
picnics were constructive and helpful to those underprivileged farce--something which If
kids this past summer. could have been avoided if

Last summer after the riot, Mayor Chuck Hall and I were those concerned hasparticipated -
talking in Sampson's Market amid the ruins,rubble,trash and I In the decision to get
broken glass. And he said to me "Butter, If there's anythingI what they really needed." M 'A
can do to help you and this community, please don't fail to Although Bramson placedthe 1 t ,ry Ni 1'
call oa me. I started calling on Mayor Hall in May to help me blame on South Miami "' .
with this project for the kids.I never did get to speak to Mayor Mayor Jack Black, the Councilman -
Hall. I was always referred to one of his lieutenants, a Mr. said that it may have P
Wolpert, who in turn told me if would call Mr. Charles Lunches been "well meaning" on the "
I would be able to receive some help for my summer part of the donor, but "the "
I know I did manner in which it was done 'i +
program. guess you never get Mr. Gunches. Every I
turned into a political stunt d
time I called, he was out. 4t .,
Many people in the community gave me help and for thisI which backfired 4 Mat
am grateful and the kids who enjoyed this picnic are grateful Bramson said the situation >
but anytime the mayor of a metropolitan city like Miami evolved when a local firm offered
can't take the time to see that 200 underprivileged kids get provide manpower and
*some -hamburger and hot dogs on Sunday, we are in trouble! equipment as a public service' 1
Mayor Clark sent me%personal check, Mrs. Range sent mea to add recreational facilities
personal check and Porter Homer gave'me a pit to cook the anywhere in South Miami The
food and saw to it that we had electricity to see that the kids firm' .had sent letters throughout I ii :
had entertainment. But Mayor Chuck Hall couldn't find time to Dade Counfyt I
cities similar L
give us a pound of hamburger or box of hot dogs. Now I know service offering. public
he's a busy man, but we all are and I think that we all should I

find time in our lives to do something for someone who is less "Mayor Block contacted _._...__._m_...._...______.__ _
fortunate than we are. them and gave them. the go Motown singing sjar Stevie ,Wonder serenades Miss Black'" ,America con-
ahead to In track
I's not that I have anything against Mayor Hall but hews the put "a : '
v Madison Square
*' out the advice of Council or 'testants at Garden last Friday night. Left to right are: Con I r
on'y person I went to all summer and asked for something for '
those kids in behalf of this project and got the run around. those who use Lee Park," i nie Brown, 19, Miss Washington, D. C., Karen Butler, 18, Miss' New Jersey,
Bramson said.. "He did not i and Ltnda.Jackson 19Miss Tennessee. This Black
People as far away as New York City, Colombia, Atlantic year's America Pageant
Records, the Labor Union here,in Miami for the second year. feel it was necessary to go I,was co-sponsored by Motown Corporation.
And the Mayor can't find time to see that we get a little help. through the Council or the various
we have to handle -
I It's ridiculous.
Yes summer has come and gone, and we have been very such requests, such as our
lucky in Miami, because we have some people who are tryingto Recreational Advisory Board,
make this a better community in which to live. But then, Little Hud Advisory Board, LONGER. "
again, there are others who do a lot of talking, but when it EOPI Advisory Board, etc," .. '
Bramson 'said that before
comes down to working and giving, they are few and far be-
other members of the Council

tween.I certainly hope next summer we can continue this programand had been notified, the Mayor YET
make it bigger and better.We are going to need, more help had given of okay on the pro- MILDER.r
from more responsible people. ject.uHe sent us letters ,

Once again, for the many of you who gave your time, gave Inviting us to a dedication of
food and financial help, we, the kids at Kendall and Parkwayand a track facility at Lee Park Q
and said the Councilmen =
all the kids who enjoyed themselves this summer, from even 20-CIGAa TTFS= '
the bottom of our hearts, Thank You. The '"Bali" y'all. should work.be congratulated on the !!!IUD ; I

"I ,informed the Mayor at I _... J rp .. ,

1 111 that time that I had not been \ .'. .
notified and If the project ; tS
turned out well, he deserved ;o \ti: '11 11'e..
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"AAMCD I all the credit, and If It turned f vi ". ..
out badly--considering It wasa .
.' ,1
Transmission unilateral decision--he .,,''.'', \ .
could take the '
responsibility. ,(
Service Youln't ? Bramson said the track was I. III-.L.1 1111- 'lOll .. ;. 1
I placed In the middle of one f: t
"' portion of the baseball field-- ....1".., I .

beat.it and virtually destroyed the '. .:. "' .
field 'use for this summer. \ ;
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UAYSHVBE The track also was not built .1" "
In and its
(MOST CAIISI a proper manner : /' :
REAS0NAILE PRICES | construction forced youngsters -
.out ,of an area they t' pyc
5SflSHWSKAT WISE needed this summer. .; .
TO SERVE YOU '"That is why the teenagers i

NT MULTI-CHECK w picketed'City Hall complaining r rt
FREE 19-P ; Yi8SIAN5 of the conditions," .I
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Deeler ,Adel,... Ph on. Hlol.ah 887-4309 t J 'a
)Miami, Northtlde :476-5544 420 W 29th Street NOMO&BAT"Your /J.
7635 NW 27th Avenue Mloml 445-4573 ,; .(
,1 Miami, 751-2414 South 5771 S. Dlale Highway """"'" I
6500 NW 7th Avenue .
,."In. 238-9277 7ZIIEL IIIIlU/I {:
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Th. Trell 442-4344 18200 S. Dixie Highway figures :
2821,SW 8V Street .
North Miami ''7-3"', Hollywood' 1332 S. Dixie Hlghwey 927-2814 .NeJBhberheod.Agent., Trove' *, j4 PALL MALL GOLD IQOslowerjn"tar ;'; : "
454 HE 147th Street
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Leuderdole A. neor te you .. your
Mloml Beech 538-2344 3110 N. Andr..s Avenue, telephone.. Civ u 0 ..II. than,the besteeHing
825 5th Street Ft. Leuderdele 584-5440 WE DELIVER. 754-3317. .
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Director of Dade County Department of ; \ : ,'1

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Housing and Urban Development ,

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"Grow old along with met t

The best is yet to be. ."

Today's senior citizens may have learned Elizabeth Barrett
Browning's immortal words when they were in their prime. j
And yet there are so many who are disillusioned that fate
has been less than kind in the intervening period of years

I One of the senior's most difficult problems is an adjust- SAN ANTONIO Airman rrawY f
ment to a new way of life, Retirement from an occupation -
Eddie L. Ward, son of Mrs.
comes too soon for some people and they are forced to live ,
Sarah E. Ward of 3330 NW 48
on a lower income, in some cases, than'ever before.
Ter., Miami, has completedbasic
A senior really has two difficult
problems---hlsfoodandhis training at Lackland
shelter. As long as 10 years ago, we in public housing de- '
AFB, Tex. He has been as-
cided that centers for older people were to ; 'ij,
necessary sur- ,
signed to Chanute AFB, HL, :
vival. The multi-service centers that have groups services ...; \ &; '} ''''
for training la the aircraft .". ,... .
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counseling education health service ;
and a dally hot equipment maintenance field. .
luncheon. Sometimes the hot meal ,T"
only an elderly citizen ;
Airman Ward is a 1969 grad- .
enjoys b found in the senior center.
uate of Miami Jackson Senior
And 10 years ago, we made decisions housing for senior High School.
citizens that are still valid today. We knew our first deve-

lopment should be well designed and small In size, as well .... .. ....
as located in an old, stable residential area. The! HousingAct '<< .,.0"" ;. '
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of 1956; has permitted the admission of single elderly \. ; ..

persons to public housing.

Even more Important, the act provided construction of ..; .
housing designed for exclusive use by elderly people. We '
knew that if we could prolong independent living it would
greatly reduce the financial burden to the community of providing
Institutional care for its growing elderly population. : .1

Over the years public housing pruchases already com-
pleted apartments as well as building new units and a surveyof ., .. .
needs taught us the importance of knowing our residents.We .
installed special features in all apartments, such as grab
bars, special lights and large refrigerators. We also tried to Center Director Sydney Wynn and children watch while Helen Johns 8

stay away from the "institutional through good design. and Jake Bettis 11, perform on the "Moonpole" recently installed at the 17th
The first black family moved into a white development in Avenue Park.
1964, and today all developments are integrated, with the exception -
Jan Beckman, of Cladding Corp manufacturer of the "Moonpole/
of the oldest elderly black developments which have
remained segregated. The authority's success,to a great ex- Kenneth C. Teal, son of Mrs. sents fishing rods and equipment to youngsters at 17th Avenue Park for best

tent, can be attributed to leadership on the part of both black Annie D. Teal, 2301 N. W. 66 performances on the newplay equipment. Left to rights ,Jan Beckman, first
and-white-races,.and to the overall racial climate in Miami. Street, Miami, has completedbasic
Ford 12
training at Lackland place winners; Tony and Beverly Clark 11, second place winners
More than 10 per cent of the units occupied by senior citizens
are occupied by black families.< The new George AFB, Texas. He has been assigned Steve Bettis 11 andHelen Johns 8, and center director of the 17th Avenue

Smathers Plaza has 13 families, Elizabeth Virrick Village to'Lowry. AFB, Colo., Park Sydney Wynn.

has 14 black families, Jollivette Plaza has 65 senior citi- for training in the supply field ...........
zen families, as a few examples.And Airman Teal is a 1969 gradu- ( :'

more units are in development. The Perrine project, ate Northwestern High "'
with 158 units will have 22 designed.. for the_ elderly.______.. The_--- School. ".' 1,1:,. I, I ..
Miami River Northwest 7th Street between r"I' ;;;< :. :; '
new Complex, on NeWs 111 f'1'tt :, ,, .
NW 12tH and 13th Court, will have 600 of its 652 apartmentsfor VFW : ", ..
the The at NW 7th Avenue and 18th
elderly. project 1st Lt. Melvin R. JacksonJr. : '
Terrace will have 166 units for seniors. New apartments are Post #5693 will hold their ,,::, : '. ,, ..i

going up all over the community. regular meeting Sunday,September -
The role of HUD, as we see it, is to supply housing for the 7th at 6 p.m. at their
less privileged familes and the elderly of Dade County. Local ,. \ ,
new Post Home, 1881 All Ba-
citizens recognize the need for the program and have made "* "f" : Y r
ba Avenue, Qpa-locka. The'Women
the resources available There Just is not room for sub- asked to r"1
Auxiliary are
standard housing and we are trying to do away with it as attend this meeting. ,: '.,.{ ; .'Ji """ ".',,' ,,' ; .. "'. .1.'. .. ,

quickly as possible. Post 5693 wishes to thank r' ;; '" it,

Mr. Lester C. Albert for the

use of the Opa-locka branchof : : '
:::::; ::: :::;:: :s% :;"' raraJackson's :'S.:;:: ?:f:;: ;:m'K1 :::: :;:* The House Albert.Your ;

1 Toddle Inn E11f kindness all members was appreciated of the VWF.by I

Department Inspector, JoeJ.
NURSERY KINDERGARTEN& Genesse and Commander
Hyman, J. Cohen of 5718 Co-
..:.:1. .1 ral Gables VFW Post were i
: Begins August |': the first Commarde to visit iI iI I

our new Post Home on Sun- I
Daily 10 a.m. to 7: p.m. ni' day August 21st. At that time

, Joe Genesse presented past .' 9
: WE SPECIALIZE; IN CONSCIENTIOUS Post. Conimander" .Karnel q ,
;11; TRAINING OF YOUNG' CHILDREN -'THE' Dames of 5693,an award for "

1. RIGHT START IS THE BEST START. EDU- 'I" his outstanding duties dealing .j
} with veterans affarls.,
I I Commander W.C. Covinton

\hiicx 3088 NW 48 to rr.r wishes to thank all membersfor '1, ,:'; ".
a successful evening on ''"
'. 634-4308 Q Q I August 29th and 30th,and Invites >r t:. ''

: more members to visit :'.' : "" .. I,
our canteen at our new Post ,.. I
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page Black Manufacturers readingthis hardly tapped by Black entre-
r ( ] Ing of Our Thing will be hig- article, who are desirousof preneurs, please contact Our .Federal Contract Compliance
> \ lighted by a private showing 10r" introducing their merchan- Thing, 1260 NW 62nd Street, -
i'i'l'I' Our Things Art Gallery. dise to an estimated $2,000, Miami, Florida, o: call 693- WASHINGTON John L. Agency, a firm specializing
in members of
) Mr. Is asking minor-
; Dyer that
t + 000,000, market, which is 1995 area code (305)). Wilks, a one-time Longshoreman ity groups in executive-level
), who has been active in the positions.A .
\ a
. } field of humanrightshaSbeen native of Union, South
J {\ it positionof
to the new
appointed Carolina who grew up in Weir-
: :' : ; t deputy assistant secretaryof ft ton, West Virginia, Mr. Wilks
labor for compliance.In
t "' 1 was merchandising managerfor
! l ( eP 'Emrsh announcing the appoint- San Francisco Radio Sta-
a. ) ment, Secretary of Labor tion KSAN(now KSOL) in 1957-
: ) ) t P. Shultz said Mr. s
', ; 't< .t YF.t4't ,
Milks, 45, will direct the Ofi- 58.Before moving to the West

/ fice of FederaiContractCom- Coast, he was a group worker .
pliance (OFCC). He begins his at the Cooper Community
r new duties immediately.OFCC ter in Boston's Roxbury Sec-
is responsible for Insuring -
tion where he helped provide .
equal employment op- disadvantaged youths

I portunity among Federal con with educational, .social, and
tractors and subcontractors
JOHN WILKS recreational services.

l-if 1 Y 4t r ..4 : One-time Longshoremanas From 1949 to 1955, Mr.
i Second Wilks ,was engaged In various
I required under Executive types of sales work.
} Order 11246. After serving as an Army
staff sergeant In the Europeanand
: : Mr. Wilks, who has operated Pacific Theatres during
ArrestedA his own San Franclscopub- World War n, he worked for
lic relations firm for the past
:I' second suspect has been 11 will report directly one year as a longshoreman
{ years, In New York before entering
i arrested and charged withthe to Arthur Fletcher, assistant
\ ; first July 26 murder of a secretary for Wage and Labor college.
Wells Fargo guard, Metro police
t Standards. Mr. Wilks received a B.A.
r said this week. degree from Boston Univer-
Operating his own public
The suspect, Lawrence In 1956. He also did
sity postgraduate -
relations firm in the Bay area,
Hargrett, 27, of 2290 NW
work at Harvard Uni-
jd' 71st Terr., was arrested in Mr. Wilks rendered servicesto in the of
; versity summer 1956.
I. ,t. Ocala by Metro detectives. such diverse organizationsas
\ t Police said Hargrett was the Southern Christian While at Boston University,
charred with shooting William Leadership Conference, Stan Mr. Wilks began a close
\ ,+ E. Bain Jr., 26, of 2130 dard Oil of California, the San friendship with the Rev. Mar-
NW 74th Terr., during a rob- Francisco Foundation aged tin Luther King Jr.which last-
}) bery outside Wlnky's Gro- colored persons,the NAACP's ed until Dr. King's death Mr.
cery Store, 6107 NW 29thAve. special contribution fund, FW Wilks worked closely in the
Previously arreste d and Woolworth Co., ,the Economic San Francisco area with Dr.
,S charged with the first degree Opportunity Council of San King's Southern Christian
.. murder was Jerry Smith, 23, Francisco, Chrysler, Warner Leadership Conference, ad-
of 6720 NW 28th Street. Brothers, Safeway Stores, vising the organization on a
Carolyn Byrd, 23, originally from Canton, Ohio and now a secretary at Both suspects are being heldin Inc., and the City of Oakland.In wide range of matters relat-
If CBS-TV, is crowned Miss Harlem 1969 by Deborah Stewart, first runner-up. Dade County Jail without 1968, Mr, Wilks established ing to achieving full rights for
\ She was awarded a trip to Africa and other prizes. bond. the Executive Search black Americans.

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1 A n a a 4C e 45PAJ1lII Ff\ f II r SOULFUL JEB STUART I

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About three years ago soul Memphis because of illness In still determined to get that my career because I must admit -
Ing ful Jeb Stuart made his first the family. gold disc and make it ot I have a little greed. But
orvel- trip to Miami to keep two of Jeb acquired bis first pro- Europe.One for the benefit of all the young-
' his friends from losing their fessional Job as a WIn Memphis of his most recent chart sters Interested in show busi-
1 because they didn't have a in a night club and was climbers was!"Dreamers Hall ness, make sure your parentsor
uth singer in the band. The group encouraged to go North and he of Fame" of which he mightdo some adult help you with
Ir- was known as the Do Dads. did where he furthered his re-release. Jeb has your affairs and get that
lks .1. The group originally consisted career while still in school.. made a little money but he education. I guess one of
#r of Isaac Hayes (who has an Not only does he do the rock has spent a fortune producinghis the worst things is to make
ta57- album that has sold almost a and the soul stuff, he also own records. When he money and never see It."
million copies "Hot Buttered does ballads, Jazz, sing In was a kid he used to save Job is pictured above with
Soul" Jimmy King(who died in Italian and a couple of other his lunch money to buy sheet. two Go Go Girls Janet and
est the plane crash with Otis Red- languages. This soulful guy music. Juanita. Soulful Jeb Stuart is
!keren ding), George Hudson, Zeake has done TV shows in Chi- "I don't feel too bad about currently at the Tomboy Club.

\ \ Edwards, Charlie Jenkins cago, St. Louis, Milwaukee, '<.' \, ', o,, '
\ (now with \" >'!!\ot;; .(,' .. ,..""
'to ,1',1.
ac- the 0. V. Wright and Memphis Jel 's latest < <'; ',.\. .. < '"." i.r (,< .;t.. '
ide Show); led by Jeb Stuart. platter is "Gonna Keep on i-{ ',/" ki': l {
lhsmd : FSM Soulful Jeb Stuart obtained "" '; ; :
t Dancing" Cause I got Soul .
; I Ic his mmusincal backgroundin B/W "You're Mine. Jeb hada / : : ;: :

Chicago. Not only does he pick in cash box, also on !" :tr,
vfir. i: sing, write and produce,Stuartis WMBM and a number of sta- .,'.t"1- f.

GUS c a Cy ', 1, d also a very good M.C.often tions throughout the country. "
}YI Y he is asked why he is not a Some of the labels he has re- t
-ny f B J \1 Disc Jockey, Jeb replies, "I corded on are Mercury, King ",
an like to see who Fro talking to and Phillips. Currently he ;("
..ng'or \ so I can spot my enemies." is with Great American Re-
Jeb had a beautiful start in cords out of Memphis.Throughout Rp
an.ng Chicago but had to return to his career Jeb

. has always taken time out to
I do Chatty Shows for the YMCA,
I YWCA Youth and Community
A.r.. U. S. CIVIL SERVICE; I Centers, Hosptials and you
JOBS name it.
;r.t.. : Men and Women I remember once I had to
11j6.- : 18 to 65 sit out a personal manage-
Start as high as $4680 first ment contract for almost three
year. U. S. Citizens only. ,
' Grammar school l education years I was trated
ser usually sufficient. Keep unfair by my manager.. For
- your present job while unfair by my manager. Manyof W
t. training. Low monthly I his friends have hit it
tuition free
Information payments.and list of pretty big like William Bell
'r.he positions for which w. Carla Thomas, Phillip Up-
train, mall coupon to church and others, but he is
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a I Black beauty queen, Linda Bryan, Miss Empire NAMES ijjOfl 0000000 00 00 00 000 0000000 000 00000 10 0 |

t. State 1969 jets to Africa via Nigeria Airlines with ADDRESS

Jr her manager, business executive Ophelia DeVore CITY Wall To Wall

New York ,City. The VIP two-week tour will be STATE

graciously hosted by the Consul General of Nigeria
and the Nigerian Vice Consul Information. ROOM

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BeauticiansThe r

Southern Atlantic Re-

non of the National Beauty

Culturists League Inc.is hold-
ing it' 17th annual convention 1 i y ,
i- : here October 26,27,28 and 29. ti It?, yy.{kYL'a

Headquarters will be at the

beautiful Everglades Hotel,
ZtZj.tJOci4. with beauticians attending
J from North Carolina, South

Carolina, Alabama, Georlga,
and the State of Florida.. tiLtIa.
guest this week is a Mr. La Pierre claims Miss
who subscribes to Rolle Mrs. Marion Muldrow, dis-
young lady to be one of his fastest
trict region supervisor and
good understanding with our learners, not to mention her ,
prime projects, the arts.Miss capacity for retaining all her local presidents' of Miami is

Denise RoJle, fourteen years material as it was presented.She asking your full cooperation
to make this of the most
old, is the daughter of Mr,and began her piano lessons one
wonderful conventions
Mrs. Boston (Emma) Rolle, not long after voice culture and ever
living at 1619 NW 38th Street in no time at all found it easy be held in Miami. .
Mrs. Marion Muldrow dls-
here in Miami. to find logic In lessons aheadof ,
.,- rict region supervisor; Mrs.
her present At
stage. pre-
Lucille West, reporting.
sent, Denise Is "catching up"
with some choral material 9 -- "
which had been Introduced to Black Child Prodigy Signs WithTScreen" G-; I
of the Perform-. -
ing Arts Society in her ab- DIRECTOR OF WMBMMr. Renee Balente, executive 11. Born in Chicago, ni., he and held down guest roles on

sence. Based on her goodpast Alfonza C. Mozell has director of talent for Screen moved to Los Angeles at age Julia," "Bonanza," "The
record, this young lady will been appointed Gems, has signed embryoactor 4 when his father a painting Art Linkletter Show," where
community re-
not even feel the sting of her lations director of radio station George Spell with Colum- contractor and his mother, a he demonstrated his ability
extended vacation and will hold WMBM as of September bia Pictures Industries.Span- registered nurse, decided to the concert piano, "Daniel

her own in the usual manner. 1. In his new capacity Mr. ning seven years, the contract make a new life for themselves Boone," "I Dream of JeannIe" -

Denise Is a good girl, she is a ,Mozell will work closely with calls for him to appear as.an in the West.Arriving. and "The Flying Nun."

rr good pupil and I defy any one to the police chiefs and intermittent guest star on in LosAngelesand The latter three shows have
"The Flying Nun" series and for a home to
looking pur-
say otherwise, because we civic been filmed this summer for
know she is,doing her best.ANNOUNCEMENT Dade organizations County. Mr.throughout Mozell- will entail the development ofa chase, they encountered Lil airing this .fall In one of the
f ; s r x .r n will also continue series of his own. Cumber, who, in addition to two "Flying Nun" episodes he
as a mem-
: The ber of the of George Spell is, a show- being one of Hollywood's first did, he played ,baseball''with

... .... -,"" studio has signed a contract radio station news WMBM.department business veteran at the age of Negro theatrical agents,oper-' .L.A.: Dodger stars" Don Drys-
ROLLE with the Fontalnebleau Hotel ates a business' real estate. dale and Willie Davis.
for its new 1969 Fall Concert ,When Miss Cumber saw
Very few days go by when presentation. This will be held his brother and three George Spell's family con-
wonderful doesn't Miss Viola Crawford Retires George, sists of father Leonard Sr.,
her Denise has the in the nightclub, The LaRonde sisters, she suggested to the mother Mary, Leonard Jr.12,
come distinct way. of having the Room, Sunday afternoon, De- Another veteran teacher she has given to the Negro ,Spells that such beautiful Angela 10, Wanda 6 and Su-
pleasure cember 14th, commencing closes her career in Florida children should be in show
surroundings boys and girls the other 1% san 3. All of the children have
most pleasant could get and the.pnoststimulating' 2 p.m..As usual,'the affair is and heads towards her native to herself, and that has been business. They agreed, and as had experience performing in
anyone strictly invitational invita- to continue teach- a result George's older brother
mother I've ever Mississippi plenty She was also asked, TV commercials.
met. I don't have to tell you tions of which are to be ordered ing Negro youth. She retur- "Why go on teaching? Why not Leonard, was sent to the In addition to performinghis

how valuable this is to a young- through anyone of our ed June 23rd. travel? She, says,"My dear Sam Goldwyn Studios to read duties as an actor,Georgeis
society me mb e r s. For the '-', for a part. Leonard was great
to fall inline '. Fve traveled so many many studying piano on a scholar
ster who is learning '
first time, The PerformingArts '0. but It turned out that he was
the rest of the world. tt "V miles between those desks, ship from Herbert Donaldsonof
with Society will enjoy its new too, large, physically, for the .
There seems to be Just as seeing if things were all right. Oaks, Calif and
of official patronage, resolution that I really need a chair, not role. The ambitious mother, has had one and one-half years
much interest on the part '{WF
towards Denise as made possible by our most foot walking to see the sights, not to be outdone asked the of piano study at Mt.Saint

the parents the of distinguished official patron, ., no fishing will do me." casting director to wait, and Mary's College in Los Angeles ,
is Interest part
there on
Commissioner Athalie Range.As >>'' he did, while she returned with private tutoring under
I Denise towards her studio ac- During her teaching career home to the diminutive
of now, you are personally get the well-known CarolSte-
tivities. Very quiet, even shy, invited by the Honorable j't she has taught at Tuskegee George. George was perfectfor wart.

one would say, Denise is a Mayor StephenClark,'the Honorable "i' Institute as a social science the role and that was the Leonard, who did performas
storeroom of talent, some of Commissioners: Mau- instructor; SnowHill Institute start of what is turning out to an extra in "Naked Kiss,"

which has yet to be displayed. rice Ferre, Irwin Christie, Ala. as Social Science and be a busy,career. The picturewas has no real interest in an act-
We're so accoustomed to identifying David Kennedy and of course, .F f Dean of Women, Arkansas "Naked Kiss," starring ing career but-.probably due

an artistic person with Mrs. Athalie Range. IMJ Baptist College, Arkansas Constance Towers, Since then to his size..wants to play foot-
showy enthusiasm! and over- State College. She was super- he has done'ten commercials ball.
dramatization of feeling that May we invite you to pleasebe > visor of public schools of -

Denise appears to us as being happy, and above all, love \'Mi "' ,, :';:", Hinds Count, Jackson Miss.;

is not for one another. supervisor Douglas County
stalemate. This so -.. I ';'' Y .*- :
Miss Crawford came to schools, Douglasvllle, Ga. Call
----- -- -----, Miami during Dr. James Wilson's Associate Director of South '

Parkway Y.W.C.A. Chicago F
administration and ,
\I OUR CLASSIFIED ADS I taught in only two schools dur- Dl. Booker Washington CHARLES

ing her stay in Miami. Dunbar Memorial in Vlrginiawas 01 I

I BRING RESULTS Elementary under Mrs Clo- the Advisory Board of the ROGERS
HEP Univ. of Miami. LD
retta M. Pearsall and rank

I- -J I C. Martin where she taught Miss Crawford is a graduateof ; AT PL 17502AMERICAN

17 years with Mr. Walter A. Tougaloo College, Miss.,
White. and Tenn. State at Nashvill. FOR A GOOD BUY ON A

Miss Crawford says she has She has studied at Atlanta PIANO, ORGAN, SCOTT
6i! tI
Vo had a wonderful life in the University, Hampton Institute, STEREO OR ORCHESTRA'

7f1Jlt f1iMIt teaching field with regrets, Jackson State College and at INSTRUMENTS.
because she knows that 99% the University of Louisville.No .

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Symposium ,Retreat Planned Anti-Bios Demonstration

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,ROBERT J. SYEA l, For Community Leaders Halted for Negotiations

A weekend symposium tt o cussed "new town" Colum-

Symposium is a Symposium, is a Symposium, is a Sym bring together the men and the bin, Maryland. PITTSBURGH 11 workon strators ...NAACPfullysupports
posium; when the moderator is Roscoe Lee Brown, star of Ideas to shape Miami's urban William Slayton, executivea a series of huge con- efforts of Pittsburgh
stage and screen, and the panel members are Robert Hooks, community life of the futurwas vice president of "Urban struction jobs was halted here, Branch and local citizens to
costarer of N.Y.P.D. and founder of New York's Negro En announced for the week. America", in charge of pub- Aug. 27, following four daysof redress grievances against
semble Company(NEC), Otis Young, actor-porducer,and Van end of September 19. lication. of "Architectual massive antidiscrimination local craft unions on con
Whitfield, founder of Los Angeles' PASLA. Everyone con John R. Ring, president of Forum" and"Clty" maga- demonstrations conducted struction sites which fail to
glomerated to participate in a discussion of "Black-White" the Greater Miami Chamberof zlnes.s by the Black Construction employ Negro workers In
Theatre in America, with minds igniting, popping with the Commerce, announced th i Dave Crane, architect and Coalition, composed of sev- building projects sponsored
sparks of static electricity. Questions, were raised, and event in letters inviting 4(D urban designer, former head eral organizations including the City of Pittsburgh and United -
often answered with shock-replies. It was, however, the community leaders to share of design for the Boston Re- the Pittsburgh Branch of the States Steel."
wit, intelligence and prose of Brown that offered the non- in the weekend retreat onboard development Authority, lee- NAACP. The contractors and speaking on behalf of theo }'
professional audience dimensional insight into what is meant the Mia miNassaucruise turer at the University of Pen- the labor unions agreed t BBC, Micbeal L.Dismond cal-
by "Black eatre". .In attendance were such Interested ship Sunward. nsylvania, and now in privates halt the demonstrations for a led the cease-work agreement
talents as,Ena Hartman, Max Jullen, Lincoln Kilpatrick,John- The symposium-retreat! practice in Philadelphia period of negotiations.The a'"temporary truce," but recognized -
ny Brown and Collette Wood. .Leslie Uggams show is been organized by the Florida: Carl McKenry, chairman of work stoppage was an- it as a"hopeful sign'and
I not really her show. That is, she apparently doesn't have South Chapter of the American the Department of Urban At- nouced after Mayor Joseph M. praised the mayor for his
any say over the talents who are accepted to be a part of Institute of Architects and is fairs at the University of Miami Barr visited Byrd R. Brown, role In achieving it.
her show?. .The perponderance of white performers appearing co-sponsored by the Chamberand will be moderator. president of the PittsburghNAACP The demonstrations were
on the show is outrageously unfair..-unless Miss the University of Miami,in The fifth symposium leader in his city prison cell designed to secure employ
Uggams' show is a mere token. .Robert Hooks, costar- cooperation with Norwegian- is still to be confirmed. to complete the arrangementsfor ment of a representative number -
ing in "Carters' Army," a teleserles, is talking to Columbia Caribbean Lines. Howard Melton, chairman' the truce. Mr. Brown, an of skilled Negro workers
about directing a black-casted "Pal Joey.". .But you know It will bring to Miami five of the Chapter's Design Com attorney, was among the more on construction projects cost-
what would be interesting, is for some black directorproducer symposium leaders, best t mittee, In charge of arranget than 200 persons arrested ing some$200 million Ownersof
to revive "Stormy Weather," starring Lena Horne. known among them t ments for the symposium, during the demonstrations.The the properties agreeing to
It was a beautiful and exciting musical, and it was black. Udall, former Secretary of the I stated some further hopes forof mass arrests brought the work stoppage include U.S.
Speaking of Lena, she and Harry Belafonte'have agreed to Interior and now head the event: "Instead of disciplining sharp reaction from NAACP Steel, Westinghouse,the Pitt-
this Vegas Billing: "Harry Plus Lena Equal Something Su "Overview", an environmental techology to the objectives Executive Director Roy Wilkins burgh*; National Bank, Bell
perb," and they most certainly do. .Imagine Harry wearing consulting firm. of the past, we think we who sent a telegram to Telephone, Duquesne University -
Faberge? Well, he will, for his Faberge spec. .Playboy Udall and,his colleagues will I must now define present and Mayor Barr "vigorously pro- University Pittsburgh,
Hugh M. Hefner has formed a motion picture company. lead the symposium which the I future objectives, and estab-: testing unwarranted police Carnegie Mellon University,
Watch out HH (Howard Hughes). .A marriage can be beau- AlA Chapter conceives as I lash goals which before were brutality, use of chemicalmace and the quasi-municipal Sta-
tiful when two people are intelligent,,interested in the same "far-reaching in its implica considered either Utopian or and arrest of demon- dium Authority.
socio-economic bag and sometimes, in love. Andy Richard tions, stimulating and trend ''marginal to essential interests -
and Mark.JReese were wed Friday night, high lathe hills of setting." ofthe community."By .
Hollywood, in the name of the aboved mentioned triumvirate. AlA Chapter president Fras- putting together come 'VINSTON'4 4
And, for a week they will endeavour discover that.Adam was uer Knight said "This is th I munity leaders and nationallyi DOUGLAS' ". :
absolutely right when he bit into Eve's temptation. '. ;"Oh first time AlA has I renowned urban thinkers, we NURSERY &
Happy Days," made popular by the gospel singing Edwin a program of this,type,bring believe the process of re-in-
Hawkins Singers, wasn't sung with soul Monday night at tog together business and'ur- tjulry: may take hold and give KINDERGARTENHot
Inglewoods's Forum, but, as Michael Ross of the Los An- ban experts in a 'etreat' situ Greater Miami the fullest Lunch C. Davis For Your Child
geles Herald-Examiner stated in his review". .The spiritof ation. We believe it will establish benefit of Intelligent leader-- ,"N, -, .,.. Pick-Up & Delivery
the Lord was elsewhere as they sang their hit single a format for adaptationbycltlis ship andp ad uc t h itJ,"becOllcluded. Fte 'Rtaonoblo ,
Jim Brown hosted an affair at his stylist home Sunday afternoon throughout America Mrs. Carolyn Davit, Owner & SupervisorSCHOOL '"
He 'said the 'architectsonceived
Plans for the symposlunr
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the results of "Capital and Expertise,". .It was a mental meeting of the mindswith Chapter secured the coopera- Miami, Florida
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Symposium treat.
Monica Peterson, and petite comedian Betty Waldron. The j
,- affair was most successful. .Success is coming strong also will consider five topics: Invitations Issued by Chamber t Weight Watchers the of Iu t
Announce Opening
What is the
objective Ring have alsc
to the loveable Pearl Bailey. .The winner of '68's Tony j t ,
Award for her portrayal of Dolly Levi's Broadway musical community living? 'been extended to wives of the Another.New Location at the: ;1 .i$' *

"Hello Dolly" has been inked to star in her own musical What are the most im invitees. t NORTHSIDE SHOPPING CENTER t
portant coming influences in
variety series the ABC television -
on network for 1970-71( JI -1J1 1
season: lAb! Get it, Pearlle Mae!". .Actor Henry Fonda community life? t
will do his first guestint on the Bill Cosbjr: new comedy series What is the influence of NEW I N. W. 27th Ave. & 79th Street I -
jV 14-year-old black actress is reportedly being readiedto design on continuing commun t
play a pros (formerly the role of New York's Diana Sands) ity development? EMERSOm ', at 7:30 p.m. every Monday t
in Hlllard Elkins' next film, "100 Dollar Misunderstanding," What Is the process of '

for Paramount. .1 wonder where the principles. .went?. planning* for the future? TEL .VI Fees: $5.00 first, week t
Woody Strode, the black UCLA athlete-turned-actor,has been How can a community $2.00 weekly t
t casted in par's "The S.O.B.'s. .Rollin Kirk and Al HIbler measure whether It is suc- I
will do an album together, and so will Dionne Warwick and ceeding as a community? For Further Information, call: 221-7448 t
Buddy Greco., And, that's a combination for you. .Otis Participating as symposium I
this ad for
free when
s Young, actor-writer-producer suggested that everyone should leaders with Udall will be four gift registering t

read, "The Spook Who Set By The Door"by Sam Greenlee. others eminent in conceptual
t ______ ________
\ It's a Bite .Barbara McNair was invited to taste the culinary community planning:
artistry of Phyllss Diller. fWowI.! .GodfreyCambridge and William Finley, vice presi
Jack Parr are discussing dueting a comedy special to be dent for Community Develop
titled "His and His Africa". .Big EB is yet in the thick. ment, James W. Rouse Company LIFE
Elgin Baylor of the Los Angeles Lakers is wading in the ink mortgage banking firm
of televisionistic black. EB and Clyde Ware* are reportedto responsible, for planning and
finding nickers of light-interest in Baylor's cartoon series development of the much-dis-
.Sammy Davis and Peggy Lipton are no longer lipping Cost It PaysLast

or lamming The romance is ended, with dignity and grace INTERNATIONALH
..The power of success rules. DirectorphotographerauthorGordon i STUDIO MODEL UpOA WIJH life
year insurance benefit
Parks, after the extraordinary production of "The Complete Cx.rcl. PRIVATE LISTENING 'payments ,
Learning Tree,"' bad been given carte blanche to do Sidney EquipmentSliperv'.ei.by. ,America amounted more than 12,000.000.-,-
Beckerman't "Eagles m The Air.". .Beckerman Just paid a EARPHONEDOWN 000.00.
quarter-million for the screen rights to "Portnoy/s Com- 2eok Peltier
plaint.". Talked to Raymond St.Jacques the other night, and "Mr. Miami"' $5.00 Less than .half, $$5,200,000,000.99 for
he certainly his the Impetus: Acting, directing, and produc- WEIDER death .
ing. .Mary Wilson and, actor Lee Weaver are enjoying: the Natural' Organic Feed p payment $6,800,000,000.00 was
sweetness of their, winnings of a "Dating Game" set. Supplements Inside ,paid to "Living Polic rholders" In the form,
They're in Portgual, where they'll separate and fly to Africa Telephenei 759-9423 .of ,policy dividends, surrnder'values, disa-
\ and London, England respectively ..Lou'Rawls and producer 746 Hw" 62nd Street Call bility payments, mature endowments
.t Harry: Kane are almost in agreement to do all-black and annuity
1 western. .Eartha Kttt and Bill Cosby may do their thing to J 7515629NO payments.
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Round AboutTalk iiiiq, Social Security Personality I

Mrs. Mary P.Jonesarrivedat Jones of Jacksonville,Florida
the Model City Social Security only two weeks ago. She Just
And You office on the bright and hasn't made up her mind yet

sunny day of August 25th ready about Miami, but can't deny it
'Dr JIMMY "SCOOP" BETHEL BY VINCE COOPER and able to attack the nu- was a lot cooler In South Carolina
merous claims and problemsof during the summer

FLORIDIANS AROUND NEW YORK. Mrs. Edna Small, the Model City area resi- months. She hopes to live in

1045 Anderson, Bronx, all upset after receiving a telegram For those of you who are that Is compatable with your dents for Social Security bene the Miami area with Maurice,

from Miami saying that "her son James (the 8th Street contemplating breeding dogs female. That is, if your female fits. as he teaches in Hollywood,
lover) had attempted suicide last week, after his wife walked for a hobby, here are a few' has weak ears, the stud .n. Florida.
out on him. Reason? She caught him with another woman pointers in raising a larger, dog should have short strong Mrs. Jones plans to make a
Mrs. Barbara 'Lester arrived In Fort DIx, NJ (Enroute from finer litter of pups. ears. In other words, you are career in Social Security. She
San Francisco) to check on her mother, Mrs. Irene Spradlyof trying to get pups ,that will 4k realizes with good work, sin
Cooks Town, NJ) who Is recovering nicely from a recent First let's talk about the'stud average the size of parents or cere effort and application she
stroke. Mrs. B. Lester also spent time with her sister, Mrs dog. Don't be misled bya larger Don't try to breed dogs 'could progress tohigher positions ,
Mildred Moore of 817 E. State St., Trenton. .Harlem last dog because his owner is a Just for money. You'll prob- in Social Security Act .
John Morris with a nice guy or it's your girl- needs young, energetic and
Saturday. handfullprettybunch( ) of roses ably end up spending more
getting out of a taxi at Colonial park Houses, going to visit friends dog. If he doesn't come than you make Breed them qualified, high calibre, dedi-
that pretty Viola Carey Albury. (she's Toe Carey's Lil' sis') up to standard, don't use him. because you love them and cated, employees.like herself.

.Mrs.Ophelia McKenney(811 NW 5tbAve., Hallandale, Fla.) Also it is not necessary to keep your profits will be greater Mrs. Jones graduated cum
in New Uork visiting her son, Sonny McKenney, owner of the a male dog just for use in both ways. ItTiMrs laude, In the top ten of her
"Enoch Barver Shop"at 1827 MadlsonAve.mNYC, meanwhile, breeding, there are several Now that we have discussed college class at BenedictCollege -
her daughter, Mrs. Sameul Cummings is In Hallandale taking hundred available males in selecting a stud,let's go on and Columbia South Carolina -
care of her fabulous home while she remains In NY. (She's the Miami and the surroundingarea. assume your female Is in She majored in Social

former Viola McKenny). .Evelyn Williams, Louise Lavenderand Secondly, if your dog whelp. We will talk more on Studies. One of her favorite

Murray Lavender arrived in Trenton,NJ last week to bury has papers (AKC or UKC) care of the female in whelp. .... subjects was psychology which .
their father, the late James Lavender, who died Aug. 17th. compare papers to see if you If any of my readers are Interested -- she uses to great advantage In -
Chris Bethel Jr.was drafted Into the U.S.Army, Aug. 14, three have any common dogs in both., in shepherd pups. Jones came to 'Miami her work "With each person
days later, his wife gave birth to an 8 lb. baby girl, named Look at the stud and check for Call me at 691-2643 along with from the Georgetown, South you come in contact with, you
all Carolina Social Security office add a little of yourself to become -
her Christina. bone structure, head shape, questions.
around miami beat. .uptwon at the Opa-locka "In temperment and general size.If She was already familiar a better person."
Coo p e r s' Canine Service with South Florida residents Mrs. Jones,we welcome you
crowd Party, there was this pretty"TigerShark" Inez Bur- not call our
are sure,
memo to homeowners: Schoolis unique Social Security problems to the Model City Social Security -
gess ((15210 NW 18th Street)doing her thing.. .The two "Play- service and our time is yours.
back in session now and having spent 13 weeksin office at 5225 NW 12th
boy Brothers, William T. Gordon and Tommy Gordon were When you find a: good stud,
most of our houses are un- the Fort Lauderdale office Avenue and will do everythingwe
playing their thing Cool, "Scotch on the rocks" In one hands make sure you have a pre-,
if consid- in to make full of
protected training. can use
you were your
and something else In the other. .Clover Leafs "Bowling arranged contract for payment -
ering training your dog, I, talent and encourage you on
Juanita Goff Stewart (1580 NW 158th
Queen" St.) was sayingher for stud in money or a
would advise that the time is Mrs. Jones is a young pretty your way up the ladder of success -
taste and a sexy fox. Willie Lou Brown of Beaufort, pup. Don't agree to two pups
now. bride. She married and achievement.
South Carolina, spent a part of her summer in Miami for stud service received as .n __
visiting her relative, Mrs. Essie Butler of 2915 NW 206th St. you females may not have but

Willie Lou left for home Thursday Nite, but her heart is stillin two. If you agree on money Dr: Shirley Named Chief of Staff at ChristianMedicine I
Miami. .Lovely Rosalyn Miller, daughter of Mrs. Louise make sure your contract

Harden, 798 NW 43rd St., graduated from the Mt. Slant states a return service If sne Dr. Edwin S. Shirley, was National Associa-
Hospital (of Greater Miami) Miami Beach School of Nursing, doesn't have pups. recently elected Chief of Staff tion for the Advancement of

and received her PN S,. Rosalyn will continue working at Mt. Most, important, get a dogrrraara at the Christian Hospital. He Colored People, Chi Delta Mu
Slant Hospital. Ossfe Lean Murray, 560 NW 28th St. back inMiami -- succeeded Dr. George Simp- Medical Fraternity, Phi Beta

after an extended vavation with relatives In Baltimore, --I--Aa. son who has served for the Sigma Fraternity, Episcopal
Maryland, 5000Gobane Avenue. .Rosalyn Miller received her : past several years. Dr. Shir- Church of Incarnation and

Diploma PN, Aug. 28. Carver ley has been a member of the many others.He .
ROUND ABOUT TALK AND SOUL MUSIC SURVEY..Trou-- medical staff of Christian was recently appointed
ble in the Miami Dolphins camp. Ruby Barber and Sam Price since starting his practice in co-chairman of the Biracial

cit from the squad by Coach George Wilson and was criticized Ranches! Miami.He Committee, Dade County Public
.Racial slurs by Barber, Wilson denied,Sam Price playingit has a distinguished I Schools. He was appointedby
cool. The old saying; Black is black, white is white, both are I record both in his professionand the County Commissionersto
proud,' but in American Sports, color should be forgotten andit { News in civic life. He receivedhis the Community Relations .(
should boll down to justice., One American. "That is, B. S. degree from Florida Board.

would :they let you forget?". 'Teen lovely mentionables: I-By wBroww Zee.r A&M University,Tallahassee, While in University and
To charming Sheila Martinez, (Mays Hi) we dedicate, James his M.S. degree from Howard r Medical Schools he won many
Brown's "Mother Popcorn. .It's Jr. Walker's What Does it The Commander of Post No. University, and his M.D. degree I I t .... scholastic awards. His civic

Take" to pretty Beverly Counts. (Coral Gables). .A lovely 8195 is thanking all of his of- from Howard University DR. EDWIN S. SHIRLEY interest now includes schools,

Jewel, Shelia Love(Edison)To her, it's. Sonny CharlesCheckmates ficers and members andguest, Medical School, Washington 'dent Thoracic Surgery,and parent community relation-

"Black Pearl,Pretty little girls." .Jerry Butler's who help make their barbeque D. C. served in the U.Army European ship, police-community relationship -
Moody Woman" dedicated to Northwestern's cutie, Mary party a success on Labor Day His experiences have been Theatre of Operationsfor .
Bryant. .If Beauty answers all questions, than Sandra at the post home on Pembroke wide and varied. He was gen- three years.
Pearson, (Florida No.1, "Black America" runner-up) Road, West Hollywood. Our eral surgical resident physician He is affiliated with many The Christian Hospital has
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to Donald Lamar Blocker and Delores Bailey, "Come their day Sept. 7th at 4 p.m. All officers Washington, D. C. and affiliated aatlonal.. Among them are: Dade County for nearly fifty
Wedd' Day, Sept. 6, Saturday. .Scoop Bethel saying, Time and members asked with the U. S. NavalHos- Medical years, and Dr. Shirley's recent -
and Tide waits for no man. C U NX WK.She's to please be present. pital, Bethesda, Maryland. He National Associa- election will add to the
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I. CARDS MEMORIALS DEATHS I Eddie Lee Riggins of 2181 for Mrs. Julia Ann
155th Street died 21
;' ; < Aug. Blake of 2410 NW 55th Terr

';tf.j,.,., ; at Jackson Memorial Hospital. died on Aug. 29th at her home
Survivors include Mrs. Minnie
will be held on Saturday,Sept.
IN MEMORIAM CARD OF THANKSThe IN MEMORIAMFor 1\, Mae Riggins, wife, Louise Da- 6th at 1 p.m. from Mt. cal-
I bis, sister,two nieces,and one Church. Sur-
In sad, but loving memoryof a loving husband,father vary Baptist
our son and grandson, family of the late nephew. Services were held vivors Include three daughters -
grandfather, Saturday in the Opa-locka Askew
---- ---- GUSTAVUS ROBERT ; Mrs. Annie
wishes to express its appre- Chapel at 12 noon. Mrs. Lizzie Walker, Mrs.

ciation for the prayers and Fannie Williams ; one son,
Ollie Preston 6528 NW 14
r acts of kindness shown duringthe Eurice Tukes; three sons-in-
Avenue died Aug.26thatJackson -
w fourteen months of hospitalization Memorial Hospital. Sur- law; three grandchildren, two
and subsequent. sisters and other relatives.
vivors include: wife, Mrs.
death of its loved one.
Special gratitude is extended Mrs. Ruby Payne of 3108 Johnnie Preston, one son Clifford -

to Fr. Kenneth Major, NW 58th St. died August 28th Virgil; two daughters; "

vicar of the Church of the in- at her home. She is survivedby Mrs. Edna Commings, and RAHMINGS
Mrs. Aldosla Treco. One
carnation, to Fr. Lambert five sisters, Mesdames
Sands, rector of St. Agnes and Buelah Johnson, Idella Tho- sister; one brother;nieces and Funeral services for Mrs.

to other local clergy. We are mas, Thelma Garner,Bernice nephews. Serviceswillbeheld Louvenia Oliver of 5340 SW'19th

most appreciative of the con- w Baton and Arlestine Singleton Wednesday in the Liberty City St. West Hollywood, Fla.

cern of the various church organizations IY Three brothers, Willie Chapel at 3 p.m. who died Sept. 1st will be held

ANTHONY W. CLARK business asso- Fred and James McQueen. Mrs. Elizabeth Lee of 21505 Saturday, Sept. 6th at 3:30 p.m.

who departed this life Sept. 9, ciates and former appren- Funeral services will be So. Dixie Hwy. died Aug. 26th at New Bethel Baptist Church

1968.We tices, neighbors, friends and Thursday, September 4th, at at Jackson Memorial Hospital. 1571 NW 68th St. with Rev.
love you, but the Lord former co-workers. Also of '- "-'-"-"- 2 p.m. at Salter'sChapelAME Survivors include two daugh- Ernest Williams officiating.'

loves you best.William Miami Alumnae Chapter Delta DEACON EDWARD HIELD Church. ters; Nettie Jean Baker, EvaL. Survivors include two sons;

"! and Gladys Clark, Sigma Theta Sorority, Delta who died Aug. 27, 1964. Mrs. Bessie Felder of 128 Gibbons; two sons, Willie Yorick and Cedric;one sister;

father and mother Chapter Phi Lambda Pi Hon- The book is closed and the NW 15th Street died August 29 c. of Brooklyn, New York, Mrs. Elizabeth Barr;one bro-

Ida Simms, grandmother orary Fraternity,Dade County prayers have been said, and Mrs. Felder is survived by and Preston James of Goulds. ther; Manasah Brown. South

Paulette and Alice, sisters School Librarians Associa- he is part of the countless her husband, Albert;a daugh- 1 sister, Arthurline Yancey. Broward Funeral Home' in

And a host of other relativesand tion, Drs. Hogan and Patterson dead and so he has gone ter, Mrs. Bessie M. Cockrell; Services were held Saturday, charge of arrangements.

friends. the administrators and where all must go; two sisters;two brothers. Fu- from Mt. Pleasant Baptist.At .

THANKSThe staffs of Christian Hospital, Happy if then someone can neral services will be Satur- 1 p.m. All members of Pallbearers

CARD OF Inc and the Fountainhead say "rm better because he day, September 6th, St.John's Lodge ##66 are asked to meetat
family of the late Nursing and Convalescent passed my way." Institutional Baptist Church at Mrs. Marion Scott of 316 the Church at 8:00 p.m. for

MR. EUGENE WATKINSwho Home. Especially do we thank 1 p.m., Rev. Thedford John- SW 4th Avenue; Apt. 5A. Survivors Funeral rites on Fridaynight.Frank .

departed this life Aug. 26 the Welters-Heastie, Edden Rowena Hield wife son will officiate. include two sons;Char-
wishes to thank, neighbors and and Holly families. We are Emily Russell, daughter Verbal H. Wells, 18 of 2990 lie and Albert; one daughter,

friends for their kindness dur- grateful to Mrs Artie Rich- Maebell Rahmings, daughter NW 51st Terrace died Aug.31 Gloria Jean; mother, ,Mrs.

ing our bereavement for ardson and the staff of. the Susie Dennis, daughterand at Jackson Memorial Hospital. Leola McCray; four sisters; Taylor of 6222 NW

cards, food, money and flo Richardson Mortuary. grandchildren Vernal was a student atNorthwesternHighSchoolHe and four brothers. Remains 14th Avenue died Sept. 2nd,

wers. Also their precioustime May God's blessings be upon E will be shipped to Redman Funeral at the same address. Sur-

and kind words of sym- you and remain with you al- is' survived by his parents Home in Klngtree,South vivors included wife Mrs.
f We want to thank the Carolina at 1:15 : ,
,. pathy. ways. Elder Ellis and Mrs. Ver- p.m. Friday. Bessie Taylor one sister
BAIN'SRev. ,
Pastor's Aid Club of St.James nell Wells three brothers
; ; Johnnie Preston and
Amanda Mrs.
Mrs. Thompson of ,
Baptist Church, the Senior Citizens Sanford Love and three
sisters. Funeral
and Mrs. Dorothy Issac Toomer of 10070 6819 NW 10th Court died at one niece, Aldosia Treco.Arrangements -
Club Rev. Thed--
widow services will be Saturday
SW 170th Terrace in Perrine same address. Three daughters are incomplete.
ford Johnson, and members. Mrs. Melba Scavella Lee, 4 p.m. at Triumph,the Church
died Sept Istathishome. Fu- ; Lucille Griggs, Irene Incomplete Arrangements:
Also thank the Rahm-
you niece and Kingdom of God in Christ.
neral services will be held Henry, Georgia Roberts, two
and Staff.
Funeral Home
ings George and Nicky Scavella Miss Angela Mainor 18 of
Friday, Sept. 5th at 2 p.m. sons, Arthur, Willie C. and Williams, Lily; died Aug. 29.
7740 NW 9th Avenue died
CARD OF THANKSThe nephews. at the First Born Church of Aug. one sister. Remains will be James Blacks; died Sept. 1st.
26 at
The Living God located at Jackson Memorial Hos- shipped to Albany, Alabama, Lucille Owens; died Sept. 1st.
family of the late, 4715 Brooker Street in Co- pital; she is survived by her Friday at 7:15 a.m. Davis Rozier died Aug. 31st.
.........,,,...."viJd1 IN MEMORIAM mother, Mrs. Helen Mainor;
conut Grove with Elder Elisha
her father Robert Mainor two
In loving memory ofMRS. White, officiating. Survivors sisters ; .... - - -- ..
three brothers her -
,include: his wife mother 3 ; ;
; ;
,..a ,.' e----- "------ "" J adopted children;; 2 sisters;2 grandparents'Remains,and grand".. f I
brothers and 2 sisters. mother. were ship- TYour4
ped to Jacksonville Floridafor
David F. Carter of 41 Ray- ,
final rites.
mond Street, in Atlanta, Ga.
Ned of 2169
May NW 5th
died Aug. 30th in Atlanta, Ga.
Mr. Carter served with the Court died August 27th at the TO MORE PROFITS & PRESTIGE
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services will be held Saturday, children and other relatives. 1. )j ml
I Sept. 6th, at 4 p.m. at NewBethel Remains were shipped toSan- i m

AME Church in Goulds rites.dersville, Georgia for final CALL US TODAY!

with Rev. L. Holmes, pastor
-- Remains will Mrs. Mary Nell Alston of
officiating. re- 6530 NW 15 Ave
pose in the chapel beginning 2 1822 NW 88th Street died Aug.
wish to thank all the neighbors MILDREN J.HAYES p.m. on Friday until funeral 29 at Jackson Memorial Hospital 691-0421

and friends for their time Saturday afternoon Survivors She is survived by her

expression of sympathy and who departed this life Aug.31, include his wife,Alma husband,.Sanford; four sons,
kindness during our bereave- 1967.A one daughter, Monica father Richard, Cornell, Arnett and
; ,
ment. For food, flowers, precious one from us is Richard Carter; mother, Mrs. Sanford Jr.; four daughters,

cards, donations and prayers. gone, Doretha Carter three sisters Esther Mae Brine, Bertha
Special thanks to the staff A voice we loved is still, four brothers ; Saunders, :Daisy and Mary;
one grandmother -
of Range Funeral Home. May A place is vacant in our home, and other relatives and her father, Mr. Daniel Floyd; H
God bless each of you. In which no one else can fill. friends. three brothers, and six

I Mrs. Bessie Mae Allen of sisters Funeral services will

The White & Wilson family. Booker T. Hayes, husband 520 NW 7th Street in Fla.City be Wednesday, September 3rd

Children and familyIN died Aug. 26th at BaptistHos- 3 p.m. at the St. James AME '

CARD OF THANKSThe pital. Funeral services will beheld Church, Rev. Gay officiating.

family of the late Saturday, Sept. 6,11a.m. Miss Lee Ann Linear, 13
MR. ALLEN C.JONES MEMORIAM at Covenant Baptist Church of 2966 NW 62nd Street died I I

wish to thank the many friends In memory of with Rev. Strange, pastor of- August 26th as the result of a -d I

and relatives for their beautiful ficiating. Survivors inlude a drowning accident. She is sur-

flowers, cards,telegrams, daughter, Mrs.Alnora Martin; vived by her parents,John and

,and other expressions of sym- one sister, Mrs. Mary Collins; Thelma Linnear; two sisters;

pathy during our bereavement.. grandchildren, and other relatives. five brothers; and grandchildren. -

Special thanks to Rev. A. Hall ., Funeral services were

pastor of Ebenezer Church. Oscar Castlin of 4819 Le- held Tuesday, September 2nd, yji.

Dora Smith Jones and the Jeune Court died Aug. 28th at 4 p.m. at the Day Spring Baptist -

Jones and Smith families Jackson Hospital. Remains Church.

Ae were shipped to Barnesville, pic

1 Ga. on Thursday Sept. 4th for
loving memory of final rites and burial. Survi- LESTER ALBERT: OWNER

ROSE ALSTONwho II vors include his wife, Mrs
died September 6th, 1968. Essie Castlin; one daughter, FRANCIS Our service will be remembered long after

A loving smile we loved to \ Paris; one son,' J. C.; three Thomas Porter who residedat price has been forgotten. So in your hour of
sisters Mmes. Minnie
see Holmes, Jimmie Lou Porter 1928 NW 68th Terr died bereavement,. call .
A voice we. loved to hear and on September 1st at Chris-
Annie Doones one bro-
A place is vacant in our: home MR. ROBERT A, FORBES ther, Charlie and other; relatives tian Hospital. Survivors include House of Albert
which never can be filled : two sisters,Mrs. May
You will never be forgottentho who departed this life on Sept. Bethel, Mrs. Mildred Bethel
Jerome A.Jones of 3664 Oak 'Where service begins and end'sTHREE
earth are no more 5 1965. We have beautiful and never
you many Avenue died Aug.30th at Jack- one brother Herman Por-
But in memory you are 'with memories of one who was son Hospital. Funeral arrangements ter of Nassau Bahamas. Arrangements LOCATIONS TO SERVE YOU
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Sr., wishes to announce the Mrs. Lillie Ross (center) is one of the proud
coming marriage of their Licensed Practical Nurses who completed her
daughter, Ingrid Paulette to
Mr. Jelterow McKinnie, son course in Basic Pharmacology at Variety Children's
j of Mr. & Mrs. Shira McKlnnie Hospital, shown receiving her certification from
,\ :: '. i \' of Campbelton,Florida on Saturday Nursing Director Mrs. Carol Brooks (R). Extending
September 6th at 2:00 congratulations to Miss Ross is Miss Frances Gunter
MEMORIAL COLLEGE, upon the conclusion of its summer at the Church of the Incarna-
tion. Fr. Kenneth Major will the instructor, who attended the graduation recep-
school session and the crushof
presents a idyllic setting. ,
perform the ceremony. Re- tion along with Executive Director Henry E. Lord,
the student body estimated 1350students will in the ..
new at begin pouring ception immediately following and ,'
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--24 THE MIAMI TIMES Friday, September 5, 1969 I


Miami Baha'i Community -

Rev. Aaron D. Hall, pastor is sponsoring a courseon

E. Ingram, reporter Bahai' Law, to be given

i'' Men's Day at Ebenezer Saturday, Sept. 6, 9 a.m. to

United Methodist Church was 10 p.m. In the Banyan West

observed, Sunday, August 24. Room of the Everglades Hotel,

The theme was, "New Hori- 244 Biscayne Blvd. Mrs.Bea-

zons of Faith' The serviceswere trice C. Rinde of Pacific "

well attended. Mr. Willie Grove, California, will teach

Joseph Wright was the speaker -. the course. Mrs. Rinde is a

at the morning service with teacher in the California

Mr. James E. Martin,presid school system, where she has Elder J. W. Wilson and congregation would

Apr 3n C!1 &uuDau taught business law, Journalism
fait flljurrf
) ing.Mr. like to extend a warm and cordial invitation to all
and social studies. Her
Lennls Johnson
pre- of to and visit the church and enjoy the :
father you come
sided at the evening service, was a lawyer, and she

NEW SHILOHRev. with an inspiring message delivered was at one time employed as services.For .
by Mr. James E. Martin assistant to her mother when your comfort, the church is fully air-con-

A. L. Shipp,pastor A. M. Griffin, pastor The financial report was she was state probation officer ditioned. For your convenience, we provide transportation -

Sis. Evelyn Souter, reporterOur Ella Elam, reporter made by Mr. Lloyd Brown. of Indiana. for services to and from the church. Time:

monthly conference Is Business meeting Is Friday Total amount reported was: Mrs. Rinde researched and
and 11 and 8
8 Sunday
Thursday a.m.
tonight (Thurs.) at 8 p.m. night at 8 p.m. 452375. Mr. JamesE. Mar- developed the law course In p.m. p.m.

Joint rehearsal for choirs There will be a baby contest tin remains "Mr. Ebenezer, 1964, and has taught it In Ha- For your added convenience, we have a wonderful

1 and 2 this Friday night at here Wed. nite, Sept. 24th at 1969-70", reporting $364.00.The waiian, Alaska, Canadian and Sunday School service which we would like to have

8 p.m 8 p.m. between Cassandra two runners-up were Mr. United States Baha'i schools, your children with us each and every Sunday.

The Spiritual Melodies wantto Matchett,and Angela Chain In Dewitt McKinney, $325.55 and as well as in the larger cities. Phone: 6930481. Church: 9.000 NW 20th Avenue.

thank all choirs and behalf of the Home Mission Baha'is from Broward st.Lu-
groups, Mr. Sam Ferguson, $215.00. YOUNGLAND U.S.A. Kindergarten is all sum-
anniversary.Usher cie West Palm Beach and open
each one that participated and Eleven men reported $100.00or ,
attended their 2nd anniver- Bd. No. 1 will begin more. Dade Counties will attend. mer. We ,keep children from 6 months of age to 10

\, sary. Without each one, the celebrating their anniversary Sunday, the Holy Communion yearsof age. Call and' Register Now. 6930481.

anniversary would not bav sf Thursday nite before the 2nd will be administered dur- HOUSE OF GOD

been a success. Sunday with Elder Green and ing the morning and evening FELLOWSHIP SPIRITUAL GUIDANCE

Choir No. 3 will celebrate congregation, Friday night services. Choirs 1 & 2 will Elder L. V. Wilson, pastor Rev. P. S. Brown,pastor

their anniversary Sept. 26th don they and will have Rev. S. H.Rea- sing at both services.We urge Sis. JoAnnSweats,reporterThe M. L. Nixon, reporterThe TEMPLE OF TRUTHThe
congregation of Coconut
and 28th. you to pray for and visit the congregation and Youth Ushers' Board is

The No. 2 Choir extends Grove. The 2nd Sunday sick and shut-ins. friends would like to express asking all members and
afternoon at 3 will end the piritual Guidance
their thanks to the p.m.
Calvary their deepest sympathy to the friends to
please bring
with of Truth Friendship
anniversary Rev. J. W. Temple
Travelers, the Spiritual Melodies Hanes for ,the lost of
cars to 730 NW 46th St. sat-
Dunn and congregation of Committees wish to thank all
and all that
were present Sis. Mattie Fish Hanes. The
urday, Sept. 6 for a completewash
for their Drake Memorial Baptist their friends for helping them
program Sunday funeral was held, Tuesday, and Inside cleaning. The
Church. climb the ladder of success on
night. Aug. 26 at the House of
God, price is only $1.25.
We will have communion at Rev. Roscoe Jackson, pastor their 10th Annual FriendshipDay
at 2 .
the 11 service this Willie J. Beard, reporter p.m.We Every Tuesday night, adult Aug. 17th. We wish to
a.m. only would also like to
ZION HOPERev. remind choir rehearsal is at the homeof
Sunday. Our pastor will be On last Sunday, the Youth thank our guest speakers and
some and to let others
Brother and Sister Thomas
Department observed their 7th our soloist Mrs. Mackey and
for the National ,
leaving Bap- Paul Freeman pastor know, that we are still havinga
Blue and prayer meeting is
Annual Youth Day. They would Mrs. Thomas.
tist Convention.
Bessie Williams reporterThe Soul-Stirring Revival. Meet-
like to thank you,their parents every Thursday night at the
chairmanandcochairman ing starts at 7:30 p.m. We invite home of Deacon George Wash-
and friends for coming out and Friendship is the golden
of Women are urging to come out and
Day you bring
JORDAN GROVERev. ington.
helping them.Special thanks to cord that binds us togetherwith
Douglas Cook, pastor all captains and committeesto the speakers:' Mrs. Earnest a friend. The B.T.U. is depending on love. You are always welcome 'I''
begin getting their Choir No. 1 is of its
reportsin proud
to help make their
you pro-
Eddie of with In
Gilbert, reporter Washington, member Macedonia ( to worship us our
order to get started on secretary Sister Betty Jean successful Sun-
There will be a tea at the pre- and Miss Jackie Booze of grams every (temple at 181 23rd Avenue, (
paring for what's ahead. Sis. Waiters who birth to a at of
gave day 5:30 p.m. Those you
home of Bro. and Sis. Danielson Mt. Aaron M. B. Church,along Pompano Beach, Florida. '
Marie Freeman chairman and 7 lb. 14 boy Nathaniel who have not
oz.. paid your pledgesfor
this Sunday from 4-6 p.m. with the youth choir of Mt.
Sis. Vera M. Joh nson, cochairman Waiters Jr., Aug. 14, at Mt. August, please do so as
1071 NW 77 Street. This tea Aaron. Continue to come out
Sinai Hospital.You 'I
Is sponsored Choir##1.Dea. and give us your cooperationand early as possible.CHRISTIAN '
On Sept. 19th,the entire Wo- are invited to worship GREATER BETHELEM n
Parrish is president.The support.
men department Is with Come out and SCIENCE"Thus 1
sponsoringa us. bring a
Willing I Club On next Friday night Rev.
workers'' ,
Rev. C. H. Smith pastor '
banquet begining at 8 in friend. ,
p.m. saith the Lord the i
will sponsor a tea at the home Perry Whites, an associate ,
Mary Hopkins reporterThe
of Sis. Ada Manuel on this Sat. church dining room, 5129 minister of New. Macedonia, 3 J s Holy One of Israel, and his ,

night at 8 p.m., 2975 NW 70 NW 17th Avenue. The entire will preach the pre-anniversary -TEMPLEFirst Maker, Ask me of things to all officers '
public is Invited to out pastor urges
Terr. Sis. Manuel, president. sermon of the ushers' come concerning my sons,and
General Conference will be and help make this banquet a board of St. Matthew Freewill Sunday services will concerning the work of my and members to attend ;

held on this Thursday night all' .success. Baptist Church, 6700 NW 2nd be as usual, with the Lord's hands command ye me." business 8 meeting Friday at

are asked to please be pre- Avenue. He's asking the mem- Supper being administered This verse from Isaiah is p.m. I

sent. DRAKE MEMORIAL bers of Choir No. 1 and Ush- during the morning and even- from this Sunday's Christian

The # 2 Choir extends their ers' Board No. 1 to accompany Ing services and the choirs Science LessonSermon on The Holy communion will

thanks participation on their Rev. J. W. Dunn, pastor him and as many that can serving Jointly. "Man. be administered during the

program Saturday night. Spe- N. T. Green, reporterWe and will. It was good to see Mrs Lula Tune In WMBM 1:45: Sundayand evening forward service.to We are lookIng i!

cial thanks to Dea, Julius Davis were happy to have as M. Colebrook in service Sun hear discussed"HowCanYou having a great

our guest last Sunday, mem- day after a month's absence Help Your School Child?" day.
PAUL A.M.E. because of illness. She is the
bers of Vestibule Training, ST. Fifth Church of Christ,

sponsored by Dade County Rev. T. C. Kelley, pastor faithful chairman of the Sun- Scientist, 1600 NW 54th St.,
Board of Education and State Mary M. Amos, reporterWe shine Committee.Next welcomes all to attend the ser- HOW DO YOU

Welfare. wish to thank our many week, the women of vices, Sunday morning at 11 GET ALONG

Rev. C. J. Burney,pastor Our week of prayer will begin members and friends who Temple will make their line- a.m. and Wednesday eveningat
Arsula Edwards,reporterThe on Monday, Sept.8. please helped us to make our 55th An' up for the greatest Woman's 8 p.m.GAMBLE.

served Lord's supper In will be come out and help us prepare niversary a big day.Those who Day observance in the historyof Listen this Sunday to the
Sunday our evening
for our revival which begins attended our service receiveda the church. MEMORIAL Christian Science Radio

worship.Sister: White Is requestingall Monday night,.Sept. 15. Rev. wonderful message from our The Temple family to extends Rev. J.C.Jackson,pastor Series for some Interest-

Armstrong of Texas will be Bishop. deepest sympathy Mr.York Mildred ing insights on this
members or delegates who Cooper,reporterThe
our speaker. The pastor is asking thatas Pinder and family In the death
are going to the National Bap- members officers. and of his sister, Mrs. M. New- members gratefully express question.
tist Convention on the bus to many their appreciation to the 5:45
friends who can to come out bold, whose funeral was held a.m. W.G.B.S.
beat the church later than ministers of the city and the
NEW COVENANT and enjoy the revival meeting Sunday In West Hollywood. 10:00: a.m. W.Q.A.M.:
2:30 p.m. Sunday. The bus will State of Florida and all visi- 10:00
which will take place all week : W.G.O.S.FM
leave at 3 and arrive in ting friends for their presenceand
p.m. Rev. H. 0. Robinson pastor
long and Join in on the pray MT., OLIVETTE 1:45 p.m. W.M.B.M.
Kansas City, Missouri Sept. Betty Hill, reporterOur participation in the cor-
service before the preaching.
9 at 6 a.m. Any Information deepest sympathy to the :Rev. George Warren, pastor nerstone laying service at our THE
Plan to have dinner with
you may call Mrs. Mary Francis Murray family and Brother ;Norma J. Lawrence, reporterThe church. Special thanks to the
the Ladies for
White 691-7214. John Rogers. Missionary they Mt. Olivette family Is New Liberty Lodge No. 635, BIBLESPEAKS
are having a wonderful dinner
The pastor and his wife are very happy to announce that Bro. Willis Watson, WM, and
for "LoveFeast"
leaving for the National Bap- you Remember ,our scholarship Sunday was a all the masonic family for a TO YOU..

"' CORINTH tist Convention in Kansas on Friday night. I(grand and glorious success. job well done.
for sick and
Say a pray our ,
Our pastor Rev.Warren
City, Missouri on Sunday. ,
Rev. M. L. Paschal, pastor shut-Ins. ,,dered a most inspiring mes-
Geneva Paschal Save all of your old newpap- for the MASTERDAVID
,reporterThe sage graduates and returning HOLY TEMPLE
pastor and members CHRISTIAN SCIENCE ers for Mrs. Abram. collate students. HUINGSand

wish to thank everyone who We are l h a vJng Jointchoir Rev. E. Talmadge, pastor
"Christ Jesus" is the sub- The church
family Invites
helped us on our 11th annualWomen's MT. SINAI rehearsal on Thursday even-
ject of thi Sunday's Christian you to attend their annual REV. GERALDINE
revival -
Day.Special Rev. Cleo Albury,pastor ing at 8, p.m. All choirs are
Science lesson-sermon. meeting for two weeks
thanks to Sis. B. Boney,reporter :asked to be present,and on TIMMON
Over radio station WMBM beginning Sept. 1 thru the
Sallie Canine and Sis. AnnieM. The church's monthly con- 'time. All choirs are also askedto 12.
Sunday at 1:45 p.m. the sub- Every night at 8 p.m. Our Spiritualist Advisors
Wright. ference will be held Thursday, 1 sing Jointly on Sunday. Our -
Captain NO. 2 Geneva Pas- ject to be discussed is""How Sept. 4, at 8 p.m. music directress,Mrs.Bruno, speaker will be Rev. Johnson, from Nassau, Bahamas ,
Justly are treated? pastor of Brownsville
chal was crowned Miss Corinth you Baptism will be held Sunday is back from her vacation. Baptist and Jacksonville are
Fifth Church of Christ Church
on last Sunday night. the Sunday being the first Sun-
Scientist, 1600 NW 54th St. morning preceding wor- here in your city to .
ship services. The Lord's I'day, the Lord's Supper will
welcomes all to the services. help in all '
."" .' Supper will be administered 'be served at both services.ANNOUNCEMENT BEREA-TRINITY SDA you your
; problems. Come in and
Sunday night during our regu-
; BIBLE CHURCH lar worship services. The Dorcas Society 13 sponsoring see them from 9 to 9

Randall Rev. and Sis. Albury, will a benefit'' tea and tot dai I I ly. Services held
pastor leave Sunday to attend the Na- Fashionata display Sunday
Wynell Turner, reporter Bishop E.,E. Rahming, pastor 'tional Baptist Convention, Hills Chapter#48 O.E.S.are ,Sept. 7 at the home of Mr.and every Tuesday and Friday .

Women's Day Is the second Shirley Cooper, reporter convening In Kansas City, Mo. sponsoring a spiritual tea Mrs. Willie Stewart, 1900 NW nights at 8 o'clock.

Sunday in September. Sunday is Pastorial Day,we After which, they wlllvacation 'September 8 at the home of 81st Ter. from 4:30 to 7:30 1046 NW 2nd Ave.
will be held the Invite you to come out and be
Baptism I on for the remainder of the Mrs. Mildred Anderson 1023 p.m. please come and ,bring Phone
second Sunday., with us. month. m 16th Street at 8 p.m. your friends. 371-4310

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p f
SAMOAThecrew through the W.C. Handy issue. 'wr
of the Apollo 10 astronauts There are many changes in KJ '
Staff ordt Young and Cer- this summer edition that col-
nan splashed down in the sea lectors should know about.
several hundred miles off the Send for your copy to; Crane

Samoan Islands on May 26th. ,List Ltd., Box 308, Bethpage, L
The Moon Astronauts were N.Y. 11714. A single copy ,_"__
brought by the Recovery vessels is $1. The yearly subscription wr.ww.w.
to the shores of Samoa. (4 copies) $4.00. .,r,17; .y"1.
Here they met Samoan Chiefs Treasury Department Ge- 4r
and the people of Samoa before neral Directions--The Trea-
leaving by Jet aircraftfor sury Department does not sell
Houston, Texas, U.S.A. specimens of foreigncoins
Apollo n with Astronauts manufactured for other coun-
Armstrong, Aldrin and Col- tries or recommend possible F Y
lins splashed down in the Pacific sources of supply.
Ocean near the Samoan The Treasury Department:
Islands In relating the issueof does not distribute stamps.All : r + I
2 commemoratives, Western inquiries relative thereto
Samoa honors American should be addressed to the

Moon Astronauts. The two Postmaster General, Post Of- \\A'
extra large stamps will be fice Department, Washington, fA
released Immediately on the .
D.C.All _
day of the landing, a souvenir inquiries relative to paper
first day cover will also be currency should be addressed -
prepared. This issue will remain to the Director, Bu-
on sale until October reau of Engraving and Print-

11th. ing, Treasury Department Smiling Faces... Going PlacesSmiling I
Additional: Moon Stamps: Washington, D. C.
Togo-will issue a set of No coin boards or other
6 colorful stamps, depictingthe numismatic supplies,books winners arrived,via Eastern Airlines,home in Mia- team that we've had so far.Each participant is a champion and
take off, landing and showing the premium value of mi with many trophies awarded In Washington C, after the we're proud of every member of the basketball, bowling and
blast-off of Apollo n. coins, are sold by the Government 3rd Annual U. S.Youth Games held Aug.21-24. Donnell Burke, track field team."
Maldives-The Indian Ocean, Neither is it policy Youth Games Co-ordinator with the MetropolitanDadeCountyPark
Republic issues a 4 stamp of the Treasury Department! to and Recreation Department: happily announced that the The U. S. Youth Games are sponsored locally by the Dade
commemorative set. recommend dealers to whom Dade County teams placed 3rd in the national competition. Co- County Park and Recreation Depirtment,Bowling Proprietors
Trinidad and Tobagothree coins could be sold. coordinator Bobb Miller said, "This was the best all around Association of Miami, Miami Dade Junior College and Eastern
commemorative stamps will The Annual Report of the Airlines.
honor the historic feat. Director of the Mint, which

Grenada-8 commemora- contains statistics, both 14 Elementary Schools Top left: Director of the Metro-Dade County Parks and Re-
tives I will show all phases of foreign and domestic, may creation Department, Art Peavy, Jr. (standing right) wishesthe
r the flight purchased from the Superintendent teams luck on EAL Whisper jet before take-off time Bowl-
South Korea-a set of five Document, Get Free Breakfast ing coach Al Evans on left..
stamps, also special souvenir Government Printing Office,
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sheets. Washington, D.C. As well The School Board-has ap- In her report, however, Top right: Coordinator Donnell Burke with members of the
Chinafor centuries the as the booklet entitled "Do- proved an $85,000 free break- Mrs. Shin said that the program teams.
sight of wild geese honking mestic Coin Manufactures by fast program for 14 elemen- "would help alleviate
their aery way through the the Mints of the United States tary schools In low-Income. hunger problems in the designated Bottom left: Recreation Division Superintendent Bob Fank-
sky toward distant lands has Since Organization." Prices neighborhoods. schools," but added, Hauser greets U. S. Youth Games coordinator Del% Burke.
stirred the minds and ima- vary from year to year and However, the program will "It does not follow the board's
ginations of many peoples. To the Superintendent of Docu- benefit only about 2,4000 normal policy of "meetingthe Bottom right:Track and field coach Marva Bannerman. Mar-
the Chinese especially, the ments should be consulted for selected children, and admin- individual nutritional noeds of va is a member of the Metro Dade Park and Recreation Department '.
wild birds in their V-for- current information.No istrators warned that it couldbe the economically deprived pupa staff.
mations have produced a powerful copper cents were struck cut out any time if de- "

almost mystical, Impression at the United States Mints mand exceeded funding. ...............................
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that assured them a during 1943, wartime needs The children-estimated to i .
major role In China's folklore, for that metal having neces- be half the number in the participating -
p literature--and philately. sitated a change of alloy to schools would be EARN
According to the WorldWide zinc-coated steel Investi- eligible for a free lunch-will at '
I Philatelic Agency, the gation of some allegedly'cop- receive fruit, cereal,milk and ., -S
/I Republic of China will feature per cents of that year has either half a sandwich or an + j 40 % i
tI wild geese on its newest proved them to be zinccoated egg every day.
set of airmail stamps to be steel cents which had been The program willbe financed -
Issued August 14th. Geese copper-plated after reaching by federal Title I and Child COMMISSION !

flying over cloud-capped circulation. It is also pos- Nutrition Act funds, allocated '' _d '_ saw S
mountains on the NT$2.50 val- sible that dates on copper in a per pupil basis by parents: M :
Itw and birds winging their cents of other years have been income levels. .
way over churning sea and altered, giving them the ap- A similar program had been A :
verdant ground on the NT$5 pearance of having been produced attempted at Phyllis Wheatley _1
and 8.00. by the Mints In 1943. Elementary last year, but it :.
Geese have ocurres on many All Denver coins bearing was discontinued after,board .
previous stamps of China including dates through 1964 are iden- members discovered it was t Ntss a
the 1966 issue of 9 tifiable by the small letter D; costing more than $1.000 a .t a N MI AM ..
stamps., The most recent Issue San Francisco coins through year. s: ,., .w',, ce .
on March 20, 1968 honoring 1955 bear the letter S; those The approved program, w
the "90th Anniversaryof through Philadelphia through drawn up by School Food Ser- II II II
the first Chinese postage 1964 are identified by the vice Supervisor Janet Shin,
Stamps." absence of a Mint mark, with will also sell breakfasts at I K y5B01fb.
Guyana-on August 13th" .will the following exceptions: 15 cents each to children who I I .., u ;
issue a set of 5 adhesives to During World War n when can afford them, and for 25 .
commemorate the 3rd Caribbean restrictions upon the use of cents for adults. I MkM, ':
Scout Jamboree and Diamond metals made a change in the +d 1 nM .avdt t.t + .
Jubilee of Scouting in alloy of the 5-cent piece + ;' M K e.
In order to more .
Guyana. necessary. 1i
have more value in the future -
The Scout Movement in Gu- easily distinguish between the than 1968 or 1969 proof 1i First you buy 11 copltt of the Miami :
started regular and the substitute i Times for 99<. Sell them for 15< a .
not the
yana was by sets. However, upon calling Y
setting up of a Council or alloy, the Mint mark was one of the best known"Coin"men o 9' ,w piece. You mole 66< profit. with ;
changed from Its usual posi- this profit plus your original 99< Investment -
Association but, as in many in New York City, found ;
tion to the right of Monticello you buy 22 more Miami .
countries by the boys them- this to be a rumor and noth-
and placed on the war- Times. Repeat this process until you :
selves. In 1909 several boysof ing else. Altho, at least
time 5-cent piece In a position ore selling 50 or more papers. When :
College George- coin ads
two months ago were *
dome of the y are, selling 50 Miami Times :
town, read a of'"Scout above the you ,
copy listing them for $1.50.
will make $3.00 profit for .
building. The letter P was *? you your.l'
ing For Boys" and, fired with Russiahas releasedIts '
self each week.
enthusiasm, persuaded Ser used on all Philadelphia Scent first so-called Proof Set Si
geant Major G.T. Mauley, the coins for the first and of coins. It comes in a sealed
Drill instructor of College only time in the history of plastic flat-pack for col- a ..
Cadet Corps, to be, their that Mint. After the war, a lectors. There are nine coins ; wa ..
leader. He received a war return to the regular alloy In the set, 1 23 5l .
rant as Scoutmaster on Dec was made and the Philadelphia 15 20 and 50 copecks, ..
ember 15, 1910 and In that identification was dis plus a Rouble coin. Also .
year the first census showed continued. enclosed the set Is a Leningrad 691-0421 !
three Troops composed of 78 Someone started the rumor Mint Token. All coins a
Scouts and 5 lea4ers. that, the new one dollar Fe- are dated 1969 and are struck I II I : :
Plate Block Collectors-will deral Reserve notes signed in a cupronickel and brass- I '" ,
be interested that ,me' new by Joseph W. Barr, as Se- bronze material. For further i The Miami TiIl.56530 NW 15th Ave. i iI
Crane List-of Plate Blocks, cretary of the Treasury,would information write to World .
has just been released. It become collectors items. Proof Numismatic Association I '. ,
includes and me signature combinationof 1429 Hawthorne st.,Pittsburgh I
and Mail plate'numbers Early listings, Zip Barr and Granahan Would Pa. 15201. ...... ... ....;..N... ..*............................e11

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26 THE MIAMI TIMES, Friday, September 5, 1969
w I

M 6TI Fannie Lou Hamer Receives Mary Church Terrell Award

., .,r F recently conducted a voter registration know I don't have the formal
; BALTIMORE MD---Delta the National Democratic Party
,<"'. .; .. drive In Sunflower education that all of you have.
: .. "J Sigma Theta, Inc., a public not to seat delegations that excluded -
which But whether have Ph.D'sor
," service has named Negroes at the next Na- County for three months you
: :, sorority
"" :;; I., :vf.1 D's whether
"\ voters.
"" black no you're
''1'1:::' \. M' Mrs. Fannie Lou Hamer as tional Convention, in 1968. registred 2,000 ;
the recipient of its 1969 Mary Mrs. Hamer has been very In her brief remarks upon from Morehouse or no-house,
Church Terrell Award. active and successful in voter receiving the Mary Church we're in this bag together.And .

"".., Mrs. Frankie M. Freeman, registration campaigns in Terrell Award, Mrs. Hamer we're going to win be-

Delta, president,pres en ted Mississippi. For example,she told the 2,000 Deltas: "You cause we're right"

the award to Mrs. Hamer
Your Aug. 14th at the sorority's
national convention In Baltimore -

I I Weekly Horoscope) '.1
1 Mrs. Hamer- was honoredfor

'( .. '" by OLGA her courageous leadershipand
16 -76 -54-90-03 relentless fight "againstall .
forms of racism In-
ARIES (March 21.ApriI19): Take nothing for granted In ,
tolerance and social
week ahead, Aries. Explore all lest you be in for a rude political,
land economic in
awakening. Should situation arise where "guilt" Is oppression"
discussed reflect Only then admit your share, if you feel Mississippi.
you must, but do not make a sacrificial lamb of yourself.To The award is named in
do so would be sheer folly. Besides, you're really not memory of Mrs. Mary Church
the type you know.TAURUS Terrell, who, for mdre than
(April 20 May 20): Week ahead is one for 50 years,was a staunch fighter

finishing, completing, winding up the old and preparingsoil against discriminationandse- D
for the new. Conflict could arise, so be prepared. You gregation In the District of
can count on one thing for sure, Taurus, you are about to Columbia f B
enter into a most fertile period. Give your all, and you will Mrs. Hamer was cited spe-
\ live to enjoy the fruits of your labor. cifically for her deep Involve 1
GEMINI (May 21-June 20): Energy should be high on ment In the civil rights and I &ctlta EXPLORER tr sour BASE AANc r ,
first three days of week, Gem. Cash in. Send out feelers political struggle in Missis
for new ideas or plans which you have been mulling over. sippi. As a founder and first Mns ;
Intellectually, you will be light years ahead of your vice chairman of the Missis- ,
associates. Don't let this bog you down. They will try to sippi Freedom Democratic '

grasp if you persist Good luckl Party, (MFDP) Mrs. Hamer
CANCER (June 21-July 22): Oh, Moonbaby, the first captured the attention of the
five days of week will be most productive. Your energy nation in August of 1964,when r w
should be high, so do your thing, whatever it may be. she led of Missi- >+' ___ ._.
a delegation
t Your emotional reactions will be deep. Your intuition
ssippi citizens to the Demo-
keen. On last day of week, watch out for one who is a cratic Convention In Atlantic We Conquered The Big One

tease.LEO ( 23-Aug. 22): First three days of week may bea City, New Jersey.
Gun conservation
There, they dramatically Pictured above Is Expedition near Dallas; Vicksburg National ; I,
stillborn. But don't fret for
bit maddening. Ideas will be ,
challenged the seats of the regular 720-D( Boy Scouts of War Memorial Cemetery Goldmlnlng, Survival Camping
and continue be rather
things brighten on fourth day to
America, South FloridaCoun- Jackson 'hiking, cooking,trail,campingand 1
Mississippi delegation. ; Mississippi
jolly for rest of week. As far as your social life is ;
concerned Olga suggests you get off of your fanny and The results of the callenge was cil contingent as they arrivedat and the Cape Kennedy Space dry camping.
Phllmont National among the crew !
the Boy
circulate. The time is excellent for. romance, should you be an unprecedented pledge from Scout Campand Explorer Base Center. leaders and rangers are the !

so inclined. near Cimarron, New Mexico. The highlight of the trip was adult leaders: Henry W.Dan- \
VIRGO (Aug. 23-Sept 22): Energy returns at Virgo.
720-D 12 days of mountain ield, Asst.-Second from left 1\
And it's about time. Intellectually, you will have great Expedition departed campingand ;
Miami on Tuesday morning hiking at Phllmont. Expedition Ray Dingeman Coutingut Lea
and about
vitality.. Use it to your own advantage, forget
others. You owe yourself this. Zero in on your private TZIIfLUQEa"Your July 15th and returned Wed- 720-D also boasts a der-fourth from left and Joseph i
goals. nesday evening, August 6th. first: the entire contingent P, Macgruder, Asst.- I

LIBRA (Sept 23 Oct. 22): Secret areas of your life are Neighborhood Travel climbed "Old Baldy" Moun- fourth from right. l
brought into focus in week ahead Libra. If situation is one Ag.nts" The 23-dayitlneraryln-. tain which Is 12,441 feetabovesea Troop 79 Is very proud
of mystery, Olga reminds you Alexandre Dumas saying: As near to you ,a* your cluded sight-seeing in New level. that six of Its Scouts repre- I
"Cherchn la femme." Then after you find her, the whole telephone Civ, u* a coll. Orleans, San Antonio, Ros- The camping program senting the troop and St. John
WE DELIVER. 7543517. well, New Mexico; Cimarron, Included Western lore horse Baptist Church were able togo
series of events which will follow will be strictly up tot 6105 NW 7th AvonmrChat. t
i f you. C. North, Manager New Mexico;Taos,New Mexico back riding, archeology, In- to Phllmont this year as t

SCORPIO (Oct 23Nov., 21): If you are single Scorp, a ; Six Flags ,Over Texas dain,writ I D g s, fishing, NRA members of Expedition 72-D. t
love affair is on the way. If married a domestic
adjustment is in the works. Either way, Olga recommendsyou
play it by ear. Your hunches will be unusually strong, OLL!E ROGERS IS ABOUTTO FOR CONFESSNO BUT
so go ahead and "wing it "Baby. GIVE DUKEASTRAN6E INS CRIMES THE POLICE
you've had quite a good deal of activity. During week INS youRJOKEOLLIE
ahead, you may experience a feeling of depression comingon. AFTER THE I FIFTY HA! HA/
Fight it Get out of the routine and seek diversion.,Use IJsJ SHOT YOU'LL YEARS OF yOU THINK ITIS
CAPRICORN (Dec. 22Jan. 19); Energy will be at low, WILL BE IN TASK?
C ebb during middle four days of week Cap, so don't try to PRISON"CU
overdo. You'll only make existing situation worse. You d
may feel cool toward those around you, especially'your 6 \t
family. However, there is a chance that one whose ruling
planet is the warm, loving Venus (perhaps a Taurus) will
melt you and then leave you stewing in an emotional >t:
puddle. 7C R/AN

AQUARIUS (Jan. 20-Feb. 18): There is a burden which '
has been annoying you. You can no.longer ignore It 'Time -
for action. If in the process you lose something, there will
soon be a replacement Remember, "Nature abhores a

,vacuum.PISCES" (Feb. 19-March 20): There is a time and place U/AT? 'SIRENS TI'IAT S YOU/HEAR THE ,THEY kNOW DON'T OF THE SOUND Of

for everything, Pisces, and you know this. There is a timeto ARE POLICE CARSON THIS 1 PLACE SIRENSBECOMES INTENSE '
laugh and, a time to cry. In week ahead, you would do THEIR WAY TO --DON'T KNOW .FROM EVERY SIDE
well to seriously consider a fade-out as far as an existing ROUND UP YOUR YOU RE HERE
situation is concerned. Unless of course, you enjoy crying. WHOLE OUTFIT I DON'T BEllMYOU SAY-- THESE CATS r.'I
And Olga has a hunch that you just mipht / ARE REALLY SUR DON'

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28 THEMIAMI TIMES. Friday, Septembers, 1969 '
Jobs OpensThe

interagency Board of

"MY U, S. Civil Service Examiners -A1 i '
for Florida located at 3101 :
Maguire Boulevard, Orlando, ., I
TIME"r.V Fla. has issued the following r'Li 7
announcements to fill posi- { I
tions throughout the State of dEtdG
PHIL DIXON Florida with the exception often t'fr:0i: e:t, F orc,
counties in Northwest Fla. aVic.

Guard-GS-2, GS-3 aDd CiS- I r a 11I p
4, $4360 to $5522 a year. Re- : a
If anyone else asks,I'm not a Dolphin hater; I Just think they stricted to Veterans only.
can do a heck of a lot better If It's the coaching staff, then the Policeman, GS-4, $5522 a
front office need to get rid of the entire works; if it's the play year.
ers, then the coaching staff need to get rid of them. Information regarding
qualifications and how to apply ..

Fve played, and been around professional sports long enoughto may be obtained from the
know (1)) one or two players don't make a team; (2)) there Interagency Board of Exami- N
must be a thing of trust and understanding to make a winning ners, Orlando, Fla. Further Ii /
team on and off the field, ((3) there must be togetherness; (4) information and applications
there must be soul, desire and ability in order to win. The may be obtained fromExaminerincharge:
Dolphins haven't come up these qualities at one time, that's BD of
one of the reasons they are not winners.Wheather it be play- US Civil Service Examiners, f
ers or coach something needs to happen now; before the sea- Rm. 804, 51 SW First Ave.,
son starts. Miami, Fla. 33130.Applications .
will be accepted s''

until September 22,1969, _. .___a ____m.m.. _t...... _m..'_
South Florida is and desirious to 0'
large enough enough sup
and should be sent to the Interagency -
port professional sports; but they(the particular sport) must Board of U, S.Civil These young men from Dade County, aged 14-15, represented Dade and

r. be a winner. Indlvlsually the Dolphins are among the greatestbut Service Examiners, 3101 Ma- Florida in the U. S. Youth games Aug. 21-24 In Washington, D.. C. Their
as a team, they stlnkl The fans of South Florida deservea
guire Blvd, Orlando, Fla coach Leo Williams termed the ten "a short ball club and
much better representation.Again I say,the front office must 32803. scrappy prom-
decide if its'coaches and/or players that are not doing the Job, ised a "representative team with a winning attitude." Pictured are: Top row ,

and eliminate. pythians left. to right; Elliot Holcombe, Robert Riley, CurtisParnell, Malachi Green ,

Xavier Hunter, Edward McArthur. Bottom row left to right; Larry Edwards,
Drew Pearson and Rocco Marchegiano (Rocky Marciano), Re-elect
Glenn Phillips, D wight I Duncan and John Henry. Miami-Metro Dept. of
both died the same week. Drew I knew more or less as a reporter .
and a writer who called it like he saw it and to heck with Driesbach Publicity & Tourism photo.
those who didn't like It;and was always ready to follow a storyto
the end regardless. Rocky I met as a fighter and grew to I Chancellor//
know as a who didn't mind getting hit in order to hit back. I
guy Whites
Rest,in peace fellows. St.Sir Joe R.was A.,re-elected Driesbach,Grand Port B-CC Goes All Out Signs 9

Chancellor of the Grand Lodge 11AYTONA. BEACH Be- and Ronnie Pitcock,175-p nd. Asher set up hospitality
For the sake of people who insist choose; I like the Giants Knights of Pythias of Floridaat thune-Cookman College nine safety, from Valdosta, Ga.; suites at both the Florida and
and the Braves in the national league West. Maybe next week the three-day 80th annual white football players the Billy Smith, 210-pound end Georgia prep all-star gamesin
r 11 say which of the two I like best. Session recently held at Day- result of extensive recruitingby from Warner-Robins, Ga.; the massive recruiting pro-

tona Beach, Florida a rookie white assistance Andy Spires, 185-poundguard, gram.
For those of you who want to see what power is in the Northof Dr. B. L. Perry, Jr., pre coach and Mike Pettus, 205-pound
the county, catch the Jamboree on Friday, 8 p.m. at Miami sident of Florida A. &.M University "Our rules permit fresh- guard, from Willingham, Ga.; Bethune-Cookman also an-
Dade North between Hialeah, Carol City, Norland and North delivered the opening men on varsity squads," said Eddie Williams, 200-pound nounced the signing of six
blacks including Lamar Brin-
Miami. address. Head Coach Jack McClalren, guard from Tampa Joe Wag-
Greeting were extended by former star end with the Pitts- ner, 210-pound end from Day- son of Palatka;Anthony Harrisof
Could you believe South Dade, Gables, Jackson,Hialeah and the Supreme Chancellor R. A. burgh Steelers "When prac- tona Beach; Butch Watkins, Tampa; Tom Crompton of
Carol City in a dog fight for GMAC; district, regional, state Hester Dallas Texas Jacksonville; Greg Dobson of
City tice Sept. 1 it'll bedog- 195-pound guard from Wildwood -
and national champs. It's possible but they have to get by Edi- officials, local lodges and fra- opens" ; and Bill Harless, 200- Delray Beach; Julius Hodgesof
Miami Coral Park Killian and palmetto. and Bob Miller of
son, Springs, ternal groups. pound tackle from New Smyrna Tampa;
As much as I hate to say it, Miami High, Northwestern andy Highlights of the annual, McClairea hired Bud Asher Beach. Daytona Beach.
Beach will all win some games; but they are all about a year meeting was an oratorical I a Daytona Beach motel -
\ \ away from being a threat;however,nobody can say how a game contest, the Pytb -Calanthe 'owner and former coach of the Y'f
will end, especially high school. semipro ;Daytona Thunderbirds f
Banquet, a sheet parade, the
football team ,to be an
Attention ParentslST.
Grand Ball, and the King and
Chump of the week; Sam "Daddy 0" Bennett father time aide and Asher is credited
Queen Revue The Revue was
have gotten better men than you. with recruiting most of the
headed by R, A. Driesbacb,
white gridders. AGNES KINDERGARTEN
Sport of the week; Jimmy warren One of these days, you Grand Chancellor and Mrs.
of them make the Opens on September 2. 1969
Mamie Strong, Grand Worthy any
and Dick will tell your coach, you are both pretty good offensive -
players. Counselor, followed by Chancellor I I grade, it will be the first time
commanders and Wor- :i white boy has played foot- Registration now going on, 1776 HW '3rd Court
d\' In the event I don't see you at the Jamboree, please be a thy Counsellors of the various 'ball here," said McClalren, a Insured transportation, hot lunches .and snacks.
good sport. lodges and courts throughout I graduate of the colleg, which Certified by State Welfare Board. For further Information -
.t r the state 1MAKING 1i 1 baS an enrollment of 1,000. call HE 4.1910-NE 52307.

u The slgnees include: N,.. Jacqueline Livingston

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i THE MIAMI TIMES, Friday September 5, 1969 29

Profile..Robert L. Hall The Mod PoliticianWithin

the last few mouths a close person to person con- where a black man did as the such names as Ben Brown, Helen Muir our ex-drama Robert Hill Is aware ot
(he political scene has placed tact with the general public white man did. Quite frankly, Ted Kennedy and Atlanta's critic she knows him quite his personality. He knows,
hundreds of blacks in office "Public Relations" as he des it a "brother" wants to get District Representative, well. Robert isn't to be taken for example, the advantage a
all over the U.S.-especlally cribes it.Bearing. elected these days,he'd better Julian Bond. Hall thinks If Mghtly." black youth can have In politics -
in the South. The towns of In mind that his be "in good" with the "bro- politicians became more involved When early in March of this if the politics are played
Grand Coteay, La., Fayette, background Includes being the with the people rather year, one of the best political along the line of the"In thug'
Miss, and Chapel Hill, N.C., first Negro(youth) writer for than sitting in the office all minds In Miami came up with He is aware also that forward
now have black mayors. Yet, The Village Post magazine, day answering their com the brainstorm of making a motion with the time is a lot
the one main thing that stands assistant managing Editor for plaints, things would shapeup. black youth an ambassador. better than moving with time
apart from the rest of the officials Dade Newspaper and scholar- Hall takes a quick thought He lost little time in finding on an old concept of belief.
is that Robert L. Hall ship winner in Journalism for ,. in the establishment of a new the one who, had least alienated Thus one detects, beneath
is the youngest political acti- his articles on the Negro, and -''i1. ,'I. .. .. ., .\I;\ political system with youths himself from the idea that hippy dress, a magnetic
vist in the state of Florida much to do on his becoming a \ 1r involved. "Negroes aren't given a personality that places him out
\ and perhaps elsewhere in the personal Representative to the Jf But let us make no mistake chance" In front In a "game" to whichhe
U.S.There Mayor. ,tt!> Beneath the thin veneer of this He picked the articulate guy has neither wholeheartedlynor
are those who insist I asked Robert if It was ;";; supposedly highly civilized who often used to remain cool painlessly committed
that :politics! are "for the el. possible for other youths maleor nation, there exists potential and silent when listening to himself.
ders" I disagree. How can female to become Involvedin for prejudice between white talk about a black politicaltake If Robert L. Hall impresses
we make such an accusation the program."It would bea and black. Yet, in all fairness over in the states. you and you feel the urge to
without definite fact? Poli- blessing to have kids from "'" .,.. It should be pointed out Once I asked Robert Hall follow, do so. For as Kathryn
tics is important.much to Important Liberty City Brownsville ROBERT L. HALL that a white Revolution has no what was his plans if more Hall Proby, Editor of The Village -
to be confined basically lapattah and such to represent more prospect for success black youths became more Post magazine once wrote
on age. For today the youth their community. I think thers" instead of with the than a black one. But, in Involved with the governmentand "Robert Hall was a wonderful
are speaking forward in many its possible to get some of the blackman speaking white. the youth department in he said, "r m not saying Christmas present.. "
ways and Robert Hall does it necessary things done through The idea for a young representative government we are one youth You look like one of those t
politically.The politics" was his answer was Hall's own ahead, that is a start. colored-white 'men who'll go LUCKY LENNY'S
youngest "Ambassador The one thing that characte- creative idea. The conceptwas Robert Hall might seem tell the white folk" I
at Large" in the state of Flo- rizes Hall and puts him in new and he remembersthe strange in his ideas, but as WEEKLY REPORT
rida, Hall takes his position of favor with the young set is Mayor saying to him "we the late Bill Baggs said as "He still doesn't know what Puerto Rico
authority very lightly. Tohim that he never changed. He is need more people like you." we sat looking over Bob's He's got" says his father 64/30/39
politics isn't Just a boring still on the so called "in Being non-college student, short stories; "Robert Hall Robert, Sr., "he doesn't know Dog Days 29/63/41
lecture or political debate but thing" Not, as in the, past, Hall stands In character with has ambition and guts. Ask how popular he can get"

I National Dental Association in Cincinnati for 56th Convention I


Dr. James A. Holley III ,'

New NDA PresidentMembers 3xa t 'a 2
of the National Dental Association, several

hundred strong, convened the week of August 4

in Cincinnati, Ohio, for their 56th annual convention. k

Highlighting the meeting was a series of seminarsand 3: c 8
discussions on providing better dental care for a K. S

growing population. Dentists from all parts, of the

United States, many accompanied by wives and

children, attended the predominately Negro asso

ciation's convention.In 4Dr.

conjunction with the convention were annual j; : i .'c "
meetings of the Dental Assistants and Dental Hy- The Coca.-Colt Company helped make the meeting go better by providing
gienists. Dental schools of both Howard Universityand refreshments Department of Commerce representative Jerry S. Cooper of the US .w
Department of Commerce was among convention visitors to the booth for Coca-Cola I
Meharry, Medical' College also sponsored ,pjo- rand Fresca '
I. T.Hunterffytor, Texas;or. leon Stein,Detroit;and
grams for their alumni. Dr.James Black,Plainfield,New Jersey were among the nearly.,000
Included in the week-long"meetings were scientific dentists who went through convention registration lines ___._ ___._ ._.__.__..___H.U_.____
presentations dealing with such topics as "Treat

ing the Chronically III and Aged," "The Child Patient -

," "Federal Funded Dental Programs' "Dental, $.,.; '

Health Education for the Public," "Modern Con- ..... \i, .ti.i I-:. ,: ., .
cepts in Periodontics," "Immediate Denture Tech- ,

niques"; and numerous table clinics !in areas, of f nx 1; "

dental specialties.The ; ) f ,

Cincinnati Convention marked the 56th time : > .i h
the Association had gathered to discuss their pro ; < .Y

fession and review new developments in dental care., \ ,,'"'i'f'.I".f'J, '<
A recurring theme during the meeting was greater >!! '

relevancy to the times and greater service to the il, :
'r' ; SCLC President Ralph Abernathy was a luncheon speakerat
community.The ; Y h"kF the NDA Convention.Here he Is shown with Or C. O.Simpkins
Dental Association also stepped up Its program .' :)'' ', (Wallace center),,NDA out-going Civil NDA flights President.Committee Chairman,and Df James C I

In recruiting of Negro youth into dentistry and ,:.(, !., f J.h \ <,, ','",',"SJ fJK- ll. JIIIii 41I"W.; A, li'I !1-JI> t N
formally structured a student recruiting program d < >,1tI
supported :'In part by The Coca-Cola Company of 4yf'
aid _____ .. ,
Atlanta, Georgia, which also provides scholarship : ;: .r
NDA members attend conventions to secure koowladge of nand
for students Interested in dentistry. techniques to aid them In providing the best dental care.Here Del :
Among the convention highlights were the mes Richard Randolph and Leon Stein examine one of many new Instrumer .displayed _
at the convention by scientific exhibitors.
sages by Dr. James C. Wallace, out-going NDA Presi, --_..,.,.".. .
dent; Dr. Harold Hillenbrand, Executive Director of
the' American Dental Association; and Ralph Abernathy

of the Southern Christian Leadership Conference. .

..Dr. James A Holley, III was installed ,as President !:. b pvQ1Z:1.1X: ;
of,the National Dental Association. Dr. Holley,
whose practice is in Portsmouth, Virginia; has servedas -

an NDA Trustee and is a City Councilman In Ports- 3
-_ _" '* -
Allen Wallace,of St. Altsans,New York,the new presidentof
the Dental Assistants,presided over a luncheon session At her I
Assistants left Is Dorothy Dash of Detroit, out-going president of the Dental

.. ,. '
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, =;:"' ;;' ;Wd' .i.t. Entertainment for dentists'wives was part of the program sponsored
,. ,. l... .. 3 by the Women's Auxiliary In the photo above they" shown at a charity
':' :, d.ty fashion show staged to raise funds for an Auxiliary project__ _'
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prominent discussion a,,".Here, Dr. Charles E. Williams, Jr,. discusses "Compre.
uCommunity a"ar".nd recruitment were In Market Development atCocaCola hensive Health Care Concept"atone of the many professional
Harold Hamilton (left),. Communication'NDACOC.Coprogram.Manager .In dental student recruitIng seminars of the Convention. Other seminar participants .. ,""" _n _.,_. .,__ -- ..., ........ ....
USA discusses the the Deleg.tes: the community service Serbs moderated by Or.F.Camille Lee
and tchollllhlp. with lii, Eddl.President'Smith'Jr..JamesrCf .//House-going NDAPrealdent were D, James C. Wallace, Dr. Clifton O. Dummett, Dr Younger Set. Scores youngsters. accompanied their
Dr.James W. Holley, NDA Dr.prt.lden' Newman Taylor,Dr,A.T.Cardmll,and Dr.George Fornfret parrots to tht comrntinn
;IIId Dr.f.E. Chown/nQMd

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-o TUP MIAMI TIMES.. Friday. September, 1969 I
-- -
Jobs Opens

The interagency Board of

MY U. S. Civil Service Examiners i
for Florida located at 3101
Maguire Boulevard, Orlando, ii
::. TIME" Fla. has Issued the following i
announcements to fill posi-
tions throughout the State of
Fv PHIL DIXON Florida with the exception of
tea counties in Northwest Fla.
ett s ,
- - -- Guard GS-2, GS3andGS4 -
$4360 to $'5522 a year. Re- I In
If anyone else asks,Pm not a Dolphin hater; I Just think they stricted to Veterans only
can do a heck ofa lot better.If it's the coaching staff, then the Policeman, GS-4, $5522 a r aa M ''y
front office need to get rid of the entire works; if it's the play- year.
ers, then the coaching staff need to get rid of them. Information regarding

qualifications and how to ap
rye played, and been around professional sports long enoughto ply may be obtained from the
know ((1) one or two players don't make a team; ((2) there Interagency Board of Exami-
must be a thing of trust and understanding to make a winning ners, Orlando, Fla. Further
team on and off the field, (3)) there must be togetherness; (4)) information and applications
there must be soul, desire and ability In order to win. The may be obtained from:
Dolphins haven't come up these qualities at one time, that's Examiner-in-charge, BD of
one of the reasons they are not winners.Wheather it be players US Civil Service Examiners, ;' 't _'
or coach something needs to happen now; before the season Rm. 804, 51 SW First Ave.,
starts. Miami, Fla. 33130.Applications .
will be accepted Ait!

South Florida Is large enough and desirlous enough to sup- until September 22,1969, _...... '_u.m._ '.T'
and should be sent to the Interagency
port professional sports; but they(the particular sport) must Board of U. S.Civil These young men from Dade County, aged 14-15, represented Dade and
,. ,I be a winner. Indivlsually the Dolphins are the
as a team, they stink! The fans of South among Florida deservea Service Examiners, 3101 Ma- Florida in the U. S. Youth games Aug. 21-24 In Washington, D.. C. Their

much better representation Again I say,the front office must guire 32803.Blvd., Orlando Fla coach, Leo Williams, termed the ten "a short, scrappy ball club," and prom-
decide if its'coaches and/or players that are not doing the "
Job, ised a "representative team with a winning attitude. Pictured are: Top row ,
and eliminate.
pythians/ left to right; Elliot Holcombe, Robert Riley, CurtisParnell, Malachi Green ,

Drew Pearson and Rocco Marcheglano (Rocky Marciano), Re-elect Xavier Hunter, Edward McArthur.. Bottom row left to right; Larry Edwards,
both died the same week. Drew I knew more or less as a re- Glenn Phillips, Dwight i and John Henry. Miami-Metro Dept. of
porter and a writer who called It like he saw It and to beck with Dries bachChancellor Publicity & Tourism photo. .
those who didn't like it;and was always ready to follow a storyto ,
the end regardless. Rocky I met as a fighter and grew to,
know as a guy who didn't mind getting hit in order to hit back. I
Rest In peace fellows. St.Sir Joe R.was A.,re-elected Driesbacn,Grand Port B-CC Goes All Out Signs 9 Whites

Chancellor of the Grand Lodge 11AYTONA BEACH Be- and Ronnie Pitcock,175-pound. Asher set up hospitality
For the sake of people who Insist choose; I like the Giants
Knights of Pythias of Floridaat thune-Cookman College nine safety, from Valdosta, Ga.; suites at both the Florida and
and the In the national
Braves league West. Maybe next week
the three-day 80th annual white football players the Billy Smith, 210-pound end Georgia prep all-star games
rll say which of the two I like best.
Session recently held at Day- result of extensive recruitingby from Warner-Robins, Ga.; in the massive recruiting pro
tona Beach, Florida.Dr. a rookie white assistance Andy Spires, 185-poundguard, gram.
For those of you who want to see what power Is In the Northof B. L. Perry, Jr., pre- coach. and Mike. Pettus, 205-pound
the county, catch the Jamboree on Friday, 8 p.m. at Miami sident of Florida A. &.M University "Our rules permit fresh- guard, from Wlllingham, Ga.; Bethune-Cookman also announced
Dade North between Hialeah, Carol City, Norland and North delivered the opening men on varsity squads," said Eddie Williams, 200-pound the signing of six
Miami. address. Head Coach Jack McClairen, guard from Tampa; Joe Wag- .blacks including Lamar Brln-
Greeting were extended by former star end with the Pittsburgh ner, 210-pound end from Day son of Palatka;Anthony Harris
Could you believe South Dade, Gables, Jackson,Hialeah and
the Supreme Chancellor of Tampa Tom Crompton of
R. A. ;
Carol City In a dog fight for GMAC; district, regional, state Steelers "When practice tona Beach; Butch Watkins,
Hester, Dallas, Texas, City Jacksonville; Greg Dobson of
1 it'll be 195-pound from Wildwood
and national champs. It's possible but they have to get by Edison opens Sept. dog- guard -
officials local and fra- Delray Beach Julius Hodgesof
lodges ;
Springs, North Miami, Coral Park, Kllllan and Palmetto.As eat-dog. ; and Bill Harless, 200-
ternal groups. Tampa; and Bob Miller of
much as I bate to say it, Miami High, Northwestern and Highlights of the annual. McClairen hired Bud Ash- pound tackle from New Smyrna Daytona Beach.
Beach will all win some but they are all about a motel Beach.
games; year oratorical I'er, a Daytona Beach .
\ meeting was an --- -
from being a threat however,nobody can how a of the
\ away ; say game contest, the Pythlan-Calanthe. owner and former coach
will end, especially high school.
semipro Daytona -
Banquet, a sheet parade, the
Grand Ball and the football team, ,to be an Attention Parentsl!
Chump of the week: Sam "Daddy 0" Bennett father time aide and Asher is credited
have better than Queen Revue. The Revue was ;
gotten men you. with recruiting most of the
headed by R. A. Driesbach,
Sport of the week: Jimmy warren One of these days, you Grand Chancellor and Mrs.Mamie white gridders."If ST. AGNES KINDERGARTENOpens
and Dick will tell your coach, you are both pretty good offensive Strong, Grand Worthy any of them make the on September 2, 1969
players. Counselor, followed by Chancellor I grade, it will be the first timea
commanders and Wor- : white boy has played football Registration now going on, 1776 NW 3rd Court
In the event I don't see you at the Jamboree, please be a thy Counsellors of the various 1 here," said McClairen, a Insured transportation, hot lunthes and snacks
I good sport. lodges and courts throughout I graduate of the colleg, which Certified by State Welfare Board. For further information
\ the state. 1 has an enrollment of 1,000. call: HE 4.1910NE 52307.
The slgnees include: Mrs Jacqueline Livingston

Don Dayton, 220-pound;

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Pictured here are those employees for whom King's Inn has purchased -

these, courses. 'Front row, left to right, Lorenzo Johnson, Front Office Wig Styling WIGS CLEANED AND STYLEDSpecial ;8 I
1 Cashier; Lewis Stubbs, waiter, room service; Estelle Laing, assistants
: housekeeper; Ina Toot, 'assistant housekeeper; Patricia Lewis, filing clerk }1 f, OFFER GOODTUESDAYS&WEDNESDAYS Ii

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waiter, Palm Pavilion Dining Room; far 1 left, King's Inn Managing Partner, I1 By Mr. Walters
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i ., THE MIAMI TIMES, Friday, September 5; 1969 19profile.

.. obext L. Hall The Mod Politician .

Within the last few months a close person to person contact where a black man did as the such names as Ben Brown, Helen. Muir our ex-drama Robert Hall Is aware ot
the political scene has placed with the general public, white man did. Quite frankly, Ted Kennedy and Atlanta's critic she knows him quite his personality. He knows,
hundreds of blacks in office "Public Relations" ashedes- if a "brother" wants to get District Representative, well Robert isn't to be taken for example, the advantage a
all over the US.-especially cribes it.Bearing. elected these dayshe'dbetterbe Julian Bond. Hall thinks if lightly." black youth can have in poli-
in the South. The towns of in mind that his "in good" with the "bro- politicians became more involved When early in March of this tics, if the politics are played
Grand Coteay, La., Fayette, background Includes being the with the people rather year, one of the best political along the line of the"in thing"
Miss., and Chapel Hill, N.C., first Negro youth) writer for .. ..,. than sitting in the office all minds In Miami came up with He is aware also that forward
now have black mayors. Yet, The Village Post magazine, ,i' day answering their com the brainstorm of making a motion with the time is a lot
the one main thing that stands assistant managing Editor for '" plaints, things would shapeup. black youth an ambassador. better than moving with time
apart from the rest of the officials Dade Newspaper and scholarship /' Hall takes a quick thought He lost little time in findingthe on an old concept of belief.
is that Robert L. Hallis winner In Journalism for in the establishment of a new one who, had least alienated Thus one detects, beneath
the youngest political, activist his articles on the Negro, and ';:': political system with youths himself from the idea that hippy dress, a magnetic
in the state of Florida much to do on his becoming a ;\ .. ,e. i Involved. "Negroes aren't given a personality that places him out
\ and perhaps elsewhere in the personal Representative to the 1JP' iii, ,. But let us make no mistake chance." in front in a "game" to whichhe
U.S.There Mayor. At. ,:. ,:!'. .' Beneath the thin veneer of this He picked the articulate guy has neither wholeheartedly
are those who insist I asked Robert if it was 'q. ii.it. .' supposedly highly civilized who often used to remain cool nor painlessly committed
that ;politics; are "for the el. possible for other youths maleor : nation, there exists potential and silent when listening to himself.
ders" I disagree How can female to become involvedin for prejudice between white talk about a black political If Robert L. Hall impressesyou
we make such an accusation the program."It would be and black. Yet, In all fairness take over in the states. and you feel the urge to
without definite fact? Politics a blessing to have kids from ..... -- it should be pointed out Once I asked Robert Hall follow, do so. For as Kathryn
is important-much to Important Liberty City Brownsville,Al- ROBERT L. HALL that a white Revolution has no what was his plans if more Hall Proby, Editor of The Village -
to be confined basically lapattah and such to repre- more prospect for success black youths became more Post magazine once wrote
on age. For today the youth sent their community. I think: thers" instead of with the than a black one. But, in involved with the governmentand "Robert Hall was a wonderful
are'speaking forward in many Its possible to get some of the blackman speaking white. the youth department In he said, "r m not saying Christmas present."
ways and Robert Hall does it necessary things done through The idea for a young representative government we are one youth You look like one of those
politically.The politics." was his answer. was Hall's own ahead, that is a start. colored-white 'men who'll go LUCKY LENNY'S
youngest "Ambassadorat The one thing that characterizes creative idea. The conceptwas Robert Hall might seem tell the white folk" I
Large" in the state of Flo- Hall and puts him in new and he remembersthe strange in his ideas, but as WEEKLY REPORT
rida, Hall takes his position of favor with the young set is Mayor saying to him "we the late Bill Baggs said as "He still doesn't know what Puerto Rico
authority very lightly. To him that he never changed. He is need more people like you." we sat looking over Bob's He's got" says his father 64/30/39
politics isn't Just a boring still on the so called "in Being non-college student, short stories: "Robert Hall Robert, Sr., "he doesn't know Dog Days 29/63/41
lecture or political debate but thing." Not, as in the past, Hall stands in character with has ambition and guts Ask how popular he can get"

I National Dental Association in Cincinnati for 56th ConventionDr. I

James A. Holley III r.ri'.:.,>::, I I ir'wia

New NDA PresidentMembers

of the National Dental Association, several

hundred strong, convened the week of August 4

In Cincinnati, Ohio, for their 56th annual convention.

Highlighting the meeting was a series of seminarsand X 8t
discussions on providing better dental care for a ; t

growing population. Dentists from all parts, of the

United States, many accompanied by wives and 'iJri s <
children, attended the predominately Negro asso
ciation's convention. <'

with the convention annual
In conjunction were j ,, .
meetings of the Dental Assistants and Dental Hy. The Coca-Cola Company helped make the meetings go better by providing
gienists. Dental schools of both Howard Universityand refreshments Department of Commerce representative Jerry S. Cooper of the U.S. .a*
..il' '; Department of Commerce was among convention visitors to the booth for Coca-Colaand
Meharry, Medical College! also sponsored! pjo- ( Fresca I
Dr. I. T.Hunter,Tyler, Texas;Dr. lion Stein Detroit;and
grams for their alumni.Included Dr.J.mes Black,PlalnI.ld,New Jersey were among the nearly 1000
in the week-long'meetings were scientific dentists who went through convention registration lines.

presentations dealing with such topics as "Treat

ing the Chronically 'III and Aged," "The Child Pa

tient," "Federal Funded Dental Programs' "Dental

Health Education for the Public," "Modern Con
"Immediate Denture Tech v I I Ia
cepts In Periodontics, e a a
niques"; and numerous table clinics !in areas, of Y

dental specialties.The .
Cincinnati Convention marked the 56th time

the Association had gathered to discuss their profession .

and review new developments in dental care., 4 "f's

A recurring theme during the meeting was greater

relevancy to the times and greater service to the
SCLC President Ralph Abernathy was a luncheon speakerat
community. : the NDA Convention Here he Is shown with Dr. C. 0 Slmpklns
'The Dental'ssoclatlon' also stepped up its pro.' Y (center),NDA Civil Rights Committee Chairman,and 0,.James C, I
Wallace,out-going NDA President
gram in recruiting of Negro youth into dentistry and 1Mw.I1IIIIJJ: H IH.t'M.W. ,!,vu$ayire'ewrs'.UInf !
formally structured a student recruiting program
supported in part by The Coca-Cola Company of 'i\ 1 :

Atlanta, Georgia, which also provides.scholarship aid II'- ,;;_.- ",.yo' H
NDA members attend conventions to secure knowledge of new equipmentand
for students interested in dentistry. techniques to aid them In providing the best dental care Here Detroit dentists
Among the,convention highlights were the mes Richard Randolph and Leon Stein exhibitors.examine one of many new Instruments displayedat
sages by Dr. James C. Wallace, out-going NDA Presi, the convention by .....,-- ....".:....."..,. '...! .."..'"
dent; Dr. Harold Hillenbrand, Executive Director of 36s

the:American Dental Association; and Ralph Abernathy -' 4 k'Yti J k N'Y
of the Southern Christian Leadership Confer.

ence._Dr. James A Holley, III was installed as President : ;
of the National Dental Association." Dr. Holley,'

whose practice is in Portsmouth, Virginia; has servedas 4

an NDA Trustee and. is a City Councilman in Ports-

mouth. !
..-_ w.--:
'" Allene Wallace,of St. Albans,New York,the new presidentof
( ) .. \ the Dental Assistants,presided over a luncheon session At her
lefts Dorothy Dash of Detroit, out-going president of the Dental I
'. : "- Assistants.
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t I. Entertainment for dentists'wives was part of the program sponsoredby
I the Women's Auxiliary.In the photo above they are shown at a charity H
fashion show staged to raise funds for an Auxiliary prefect _
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prominent discussion"....Here. Or Charles E. Williams, Jr"discusses "Compte;
uCommunity affairs and recruitment tiara In Market Development sCocaCola henslve Health Care Concept"at one of the many professional
Harold Hamilton (left).. Communications Manager prOf/rems/n dental student recruiting seminars of the Convention Other seminar participants .,., 1J. /r.5 .a i1IIII$
NDA.Coc..col. r
USA discusses the community service series moderated by Dr.F Camilla Lee
House of Delegates.:
end scholarships with Dr. Eddie G.Smith Jr.,Speaker C.of Wallace, out.IOI"fI NDA wen Dr.'James C. Wallace, Dr. Clifton 0. Dummett, Dr.: Younger Set Scores of youngstfrs. accompanied their
Dr.James W. Holley, III, NoA president:a/J. .'. Newman T Ior,Dr,A. T.ClffiWell,and Dr.,George for turret. parents tn thf rrtnvrntlnn
President;and Dr.F.E. Chowning pest


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30 THEMIAMI TIMES, Friday, September 5, 1969
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CLASSIFIED ADS Mr. & Mrs. Leroy Sim-
I' mons had as their houseguest COMPLETE EDUCATIONAL PLAN
20 WORDS OR LESS 200.) IOC FOR EACH ADDITIONAL %.'.VORD. this past weekend< Mrs. Leah

Bahamas, Miss Lorene Porter All parents
and< Mr. Braggs from Chicago,

FOR SALE FOR SALE HELP WANTED m. want their children ';
31st was ,
Sunday, August "' '
HOUSE FOR SALE Furniture store at 4906 N. W. PENNYRICHNEW memorable occassion for Bro. fo do well. ,:,,;
ONLY $1850 DOWN 17th Ave, 10,000 sq. ft. store OPPORTUNITYFive 'James Louie and Bro. Joseph "
See 15770, NW 27th Place. No and warehouse. Right personcan women or husband and Cobb, and Bros. Hollis Gil- ':'
qualifying, beautiful four bed- rent or lease. Call Atlan- wife teams needed to sell fabulous more, Butchie McCray, Ed- Your Childs' Success ,
room 2 bath CBS, good con- tic Furniture Co. 1 pennyrich brassiere. mond Reed and Noah Williams.
dition, fenced. $127 per month Earn as much as you want. All were ordained as Deaconsof
pays all. Close to shopping, FHA Spare time or full time. New Mt. Moriah Baptist Church. In School
busses, schools, vacant, Modern 3 bedrooms and 2 bath, car, retirement plan,and profit Along with five other Deacons !
movein now, Mid-Miami townhouse, airconditioned, sharing i when qualified. from St. Ruth Baptist Church WILL HELP DETERMINE HIS
Realty 642-6624. (Spt. 5)) $850 down, $106 mo. Drive. by 758-2764. and Rev. Cooper's Church.
954 NW 24th Ave. Fort. Lau- Rev. Cooper officiated at the LIFETIME EARNINGS

3600 NW 213th St. Charming derdale, then 1-564-4304.., Restaurant helper., Aurora's ordination ceremony. It was special advantages your child receives must 4
Diner. 6329 NW 18th Avenue. held at St.Ruth Baptist Church Any
CBS immediate occupancy, 2 be provided by you nand you alone. What educational *
bedroom, Fla. room, living 6919723. Dania, Florida. Rev WC Ed- reference materials do you have to help do
room, dining room, kitchen, FOR RENT car, pastor All the wives of your job?
$600 down. $143 month pays Room for nice clean, Intelligent Janitors. Evening shift. Also ,Deacons were present for the
all. Direct from owner 373- person. $12.50 per week. refrigerator repairman. Wo- ceremony. THE WORLD BOOK ENCYCLOPEDIA

0686 days. 864-8546 eveningsNo Call Mrs. Faust, 2100 Wil- men sorters, experienced. CHILDCRAFT-The How and Why Library
qualifying, no"closing cost. mington Street, 685-5356. Goodwill Industries, 200 S.
\p Move right in. Miami Avenue Agents Wanted THE CYCLO-TEACHER Learning Aid
Furnished room in private
home for student
or working CHILD CARE
CBS bedroom Fla.room.Can Times wanted all
are over
be used as second bedroom, person. Call before 9,a.m.af- JUANITA'S DAY CARE Florida and Georgia. Th.ymay WORLD BOOK ATLAS

air conditioned. Large corner ter 6 p.m. 696-6330. CENTER be boys and girls or a combination for every family
lot fruit trees. Fenced backyard Pick up and delivery service., adults. Make spending regardless children's ages
Convenient to busses Young woman to share home For further information call money. Write or call Mrs. OBLIGATION
and< stores.FHA$10,500. Mid-, with same. 696-5716. OX 1-2350. (Sept. 5)) Davls, 6530 NW 15th Ave., FREE DEMONSTRATION -

west Realty NE 58035. 691-0421.
in private home. Call 7518414C&E
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Perfect parts for '53 V-8 NE 4-2264.

Buick, including new battery. :
Completely private furnished
Reasonable -5186 or 754-
modern efficiency. Off street gifted spiritualist
7671. Close to buslines. and advisor
parking. Fish & Poultry
Drive by 2167 NW 61stStreet.FHA children. 633-4319. Guaranteed to help. Advice on
Terms $12,000 all problems -- love, mar ,(formerly Springer's),
2 bedroom CBS, carport, Ige Room for rent in private home. Hauling riage, courtship, business
fenced yard. $95 mo.Call 688- Near bus and Jitney lines. 1116 1401 N.W., transactions. Help find loved 2091! NW 111IAVENUETELEPHONE ,
6671. AncheU'Realty, Inc., NW 51st Terr. ones and lost articles. Guaranteed 314-9651
Realtors. 51st r Terrace help. She succeeds :
Room respectable middle where others have failed. She Monday Thursday 8 a.m. to 7 p.m.

New bedroom, 2 bath for age working man. Two weeksin Phone fives you lucky days and lucky Friday Saturday 8 a.m. to 9 p.m.
sale. 2921 NW 49th St. Open numbers. Blessed oil and
advance and pay rent wkly. 6963698Help Clara H in son, Owner
1 to 6 p.m. Sunday, Inquire at $12 per week. To see, callNE lucky charms for the home.
3095 NW 52nd Street. NE 3- 5-4805. From 9 to 9 daily She is a
3198. true instrument of God. She
helps and heals, by prayer.
Room for settled man. Pri-
Il601 ''I
Drive by, Call to Inspect vate home. 1536 NW 38th St. Wanted 688-9178 NW.7thAve.
,t 2501 NW 79th Terrace TRUCK TIRESERVICEMEN HelpWanted
2167 NW 61st Street Room. Prefer a nice, honest NEEDEDGood LADY LEE SAYS .
man. Will have all the privi-
3148 NW 59th Street starting salary Paid GET YOURSELF
Low down paymentI!!! These leges of home life. Call 757- vacation. Hospitalization TOGETHER WITH PART OR FULL TIME
5697. I
won't last. Call 688-6671 be- Insurance, lift insuranct. MY SUPER SOUL SPECIAL "
fore they are sold. Anchell (MUST BE 18 OR OVER)
Realty, Inc, Realtors. Apartment in HIaleah for a Apply at: :
couple. No children, five Firestone OUR FAMOUS 100% HUMAN
$900 Down FHA blocks direct in back of Hia- Truck Tire Center HAIR WIGS $18.00 Cashiers Hostesses

Little River Drive Area leah race track.Bedroom,living 3440 NW 29th Avenuean ., ..-:'!;
Beautiful 3 bedroom house. room, bathroom, and kit- ( equal opportunity employer "< Cooks Utility Help
",, ,
Must see to appreciate. Pan chen includes refrigerator and \' :'I)

Am ,Realty, Realtor, 642- stove, completely repainted, '4h'
clean free water and free
', 2934. very Waiters WaitressesGOOD
w exterminator service. $19.00 o
FHA $1,000 down. No closing per week.$50 deposit required BANK 100% human hair DEAL FOR
costs. East of 2 Hilo Apts., 2490 West 4th Ct.,
bedroom CBS, large 50x140 ft. Hialeab, Apt. 1, Mgr. Mrs.
1967 Cadillac Sedan The
fenced yard. Tubin Realtors, Williams, 887-0763.
10035 NW 7th Ave. Ph: 758- Deville (now only) $20.00 EXPERIENCE DESIRED

4429. CHILDCAREThe 1965, Call now 685-5541 '
Chevy Impala
FOR SALE CBS home. 634-4231. Super Sport 773 Fisherman Strttt

Nine room 2 baths,two kitchen 1965 Bonnevi lie Pontiac Opo-locka
1 room studio. 2485 NW 57th Baby and childcare found at Closed Tuesdays :
Street. 1225 NW 55th Street. Mrs. B. 1966 Galaxie 500 Ford Open 10:30 to 5:30

Robinson, call 7514708.KINDERGARTEN DOBBS HOUSES
FHA] Come in or Call:


Lovely home, nice area, cus- pick-up and delivery Industrial' al AIRPORT
tombuilt. A family home with For Information, call 758- Bank of Miami & Supervisors CONCOURSE '

many, many fine features. In 2472. 6013 NW 7th Avenue Excellent starting salary

work, ready appro Sept 30I"r' (S19).. Great gross potentialFull
Don't miss this tremendous -
value Price: $18,500 FHA Childcare' in my home, your time or,part time
I (Veterans only$500 down)plus child will have the best of care Flexible hours available Help WontedHandyman
small closing charge For in my home', Mrs. Anderson Permanent.ployment
I' others, slightly higher. Drive 759-8335. 'JDdet.)
by 510 NW 44th' Street, ,then SPECIAL
I call Fenster Realty Broker
759-8779. MISCELLANEOUSSAY VACUUM 15600 NW 15th Av.Sunshln.lndultrlal .

\. '" FHAI I ,IT LOUDlWe MACHINE equal opportunity employer '
j 3 BEDROOMS, 2 BATHS thank you, the public REPAIR START 125.00 WEEK
Unusually large home In lovely Tom Washington's Dry Clean-
\ era and Laundry,, No. 1, 1342
Allapattah area. Fenced yard, NW62nd Street, 691-9649;No. Clean oil MUST HAVE OWN
s garage, Fla room, ona 60x140 2,210 NW 7th Street, 373-9171,
ft. lot.A real beauty for a large "Mary Elizabeth Hotel"; No. and adjust
I family. "It has everything for 3, 4410 NW 17th Avenue, for your sewinga 9 9 C HELP .WANTED TRANSPORTATION, & TOOLS .
family living." Price:$22,800 your patronizing us. chine or Middle age man to attend

o Shown by appointment only,, Home Pick Up and Delivery. vacuum In. coin laundry. Clean up
Call for all details. FensterRealty N.W. area only. 62nd St. location your home store, make change (for FLORIDA REALTY

Broker, 759-8779. Open 7 a.m. to 9 p.m. CALL: customers and take care'
of 'drop off cleaning
DINING ROOM,FURNITURE. 6969442OR counter. Call Al' Gibbs: Phone
Antique white,4 chairs,buffet, POSITION WANTED, 693-0608 358-1020
r glass top buffet and table Call Master barber. Parttimework. 9510 NW 7th Ave. 661-1428
t 633-8585.: Phone: 693-3948.


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THE MIAMI TIMES, Friday: September 5, 1969 31

I Secretary Of Labor Commended For AntiJob Bias Plan 1

New York.-The National workers ,.alLthe crafts In tamed through the illegal the pre-qualification require- and Welfare on the guidelinesfor mented with neither the con-
of Colored
Association People the
construction of govern- closed shophlringhallsys- ment for contractors on the school desegregation."The tractors nor the labor unions
has commended Secretary of ment-financed projects. Sucha basis of a similar opinion by fundamental creditability being permitted to use the
Labor George F. Shultz "for plan, he said, "Is necessary tem."The NAACP firmly believes the Comptroller ( eneral In of the Nixon Administration escape clause, that is, the
his forthright rejection of in view of the bitter resistanceof that whereever there is-relation hlghwa:, construc- on civil rights! mat- provision which permits a
U. S. Comptroller General the building trades unions a conflict between the Federal tion, the retreat of the Department ters is finally being tested In contractor to certify that thereis
Elmer V. Staats; opinion thatit to the employment of skilled Executive Order prohibiting of Housing and Urban the urgent matter of Jobs for a shortage of qualified
Is Illegal to for the Labor Negro workers in public Construction racial discrimination In pub- Development in failing to enforce Negro workers in federally- minority workers as a pre-
Department require a ." Mr. Staats had lie conduction and a union the labor provisionsof financed construction pro- text for non-compliance. The
specific number of black held that the plan violated the contract that causes the contractor the Model Cities Act, as jects." good words of the Secretaryof
workers in all phases of 1964 Civil Rights Act. to discriminate, then well as the retreat of the De- The new approach must be Labor welcome as they
federally-financed" con- Further, Mr. Hill said: the Executive Order and the partmen of Health Education firmly and broadly Imple are, are subject to proof
struction. "The Association believes Civil Rights Act of 1964 must
Blasting bias In the con- that the Labor Department's take precedence."The .
struction Industry, Herbert requirement for the employ- firm stand taken by gL ''}I
H ill, the Association's director -. ment of a specific number of the Secretary of Labor Is In ,
" I of labor programs Negro workers in each craft sharp contrast to the retreat *'
August 7, welcomed Secretary In each stage of construction of the Office of Federal Contract ,:
Shultz' defense of the "Phila is absolutely essential, given Compliance In the textile
delphia Plan" which requires the Institutionalized pattern cases, the retreat of the Department -
employment of Negro skilled racial discrimination ma In. of Transportation on,



\III L We're in debtto ... ; .... 6"JI / r
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Funds For Liberty And EqualityDear '........ .

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Friends: wars ,,- ::", ,
Out of chaos and confustion die to the i IIIIIIa ..
Injustice Imposed floods ,,";,'" ,: J,.. .
during the Willie E. Sims trial \, 'v '
(F.L.E.) Funds for Libertyand 'It f"$ ; <
Equality was formed. health -..1'o:: )/" r.t";" "
In the 46 years of existence In Dade County, never have I ,,. ,\ t
witnessed a trial as that of Willie E. Sims in Fort Lau- services < < ,,
derdale, July 21st, 1969. I have been convinced that this "' < '. )'Q, '
type of injustice must not take place Inour society again. l life saving a
I am beginning this Fund with a personal donation of f
one hundred dollars ($100.00)). Will you please Join me and
in this effort so we may appeal this case and any other case _
,: to a higher court. blood barks.he .
All contributions and donations should be made in formsof

checks, made "Black Brothers For Progress P.O. MISSISSIPPI COUNT DOWN The U. S. Court of Appeals agreed with
Box 155, Edison Center Station, Miami, Florida. 33151.
usl. the, Nixon Administration attorneys last Thursday noon time ,that Mississippi
(Signed) Joseph W. Pettier he schools should not be Integrated this fall. This gave attorneys in the NAACP

The American Red Cross. Legal Defense 'and Educational Fund, Inc. (LDF) New York office twenty-

\."".\,''' four hours to prepare an appeal to the U. S. Supreme Court. They worked
if' trf" 'Q\ through the night and made the deadline in behalf of black Mississippi children

: ..........--.....w.a...rw.d in 33 districts. From left are Secretary Mary Ballard, First Assistant

\'., Counsel Norman Amaker, Cooperating Attorney Reuben Anderson of Jackson,

1 Miss., and Norman Chachkin, staff attorney.tREALTY .
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Beautiful 4 bedroom 2 bath,CBS on fenced double size 754-0655
corner lot. Fully furnished, built-in kitchen, central
heat, sprinkler system, Japanese garden, fenced-ln
children's playground. Must see at $21,500 FHA.
$1,300 down, $149.78 month plus escrow. Must seel T DUPLEX .'


'2 bedroom' ,CBS home in front and 1 bedroom house Inroar. FOR SALE
I Near NW 54th St. and 13th AV..'Enclosed! front r
9 9 N 4'iv ,,porch, ,rile roof', |aoute windows FHA price $19, $3900 DOWN FHA 2276.78 NW 95th St.
$900 down$1342onth." Near everything_ ,,' <(; 4.If,;( :" 2 bedrooms, 1 bath each side Central air

CITED BY, BROADCASTERS Motown President, Berry one side. $181 pays, all. Drive by,, then call
Gordy Jr., has become the first recipient of the National Association WILL SELL FOR ,FHA VALUATION for inspection. Rlmco, Inc. Realtors, 4184
of Television and Radio Announcers' (NATRA) Spotless 2 bedroom CBS on' large 'fenced lot. Carport Palm ,Avenue, Hialeah, 8214511.
Martin Luther, King Jr., Leadership Award. The award was porch,jalousie and awning windows,FHA Price$12,500,
presented at NATRA's Annual Awards Dinner before more $400 down and $94.43 month. Near expressway
than 2,000 black broadcasters, record Industry officials, en- ..
tertainers, and Washington officials.'The citation from the : NEW HOME S): H TERMS',//IS; :; ,
black broadcasters' service organization read:"BerryGordy Models' at:4762 4 4772 NW 168th:T.rract.Jbt,: Bore.lona. .-:
Jr,. challenged,the unknown, penetrated the barriers of the 3 bedroom 1,1 hath','and family :room/FHA'price" aural t REALTY
record Industry by establishing a successful company which :$21,000; ,$1,200'dows,: 146.82 month plus( .escrow ,.
brought new and exciting opportunities for black artists,producers The Elegant 3 bedrooms! baths, and family ....J .3014 HW 19TH 'ST :m e BROKERS '.I
writers and executives.His development of the Motown :',FHA, price $23,600,' $1,70ddown, $162.39 month'P.rt s j j'lt Y HEy If No Answer:
Sound alerted the record industry to a new sound and a new ; OWi'Th l' beautiful hornet',hove'"everyAJng.closing :No 693-4772 \ '750-6500<
black awareness."_ Motown photo :: costs. Phone i at"pr 'Pert :624-3439. / q2

FHACBSBeauty, 2 bdrms, 1 bath, Ijv) rm, din
WE HAVE MANY MORE HOMES rm, kitchen, screened Fla porch with shutters,
SUPREME WIG AND BEAUTY SALON YOU CAN BUY ANY OF OUR FHA HOMES FOR $100 carport, tile rf, $16,500, $1,000 down, $135 mo
Semi-curly; synthetic tapered wigs. Never ,,.. TWO HOUSES'ON ONE LOT. 2 bdrms, 1 bath to. ,
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need setting $24.95 -% ; / 'J1 house. Home & Sncome, or, income omly. $15,500.
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100% Human.Hair Sfc. {
Falls x i-: M 1 $32.95upWigs REALTYBROKER EXCELLENT CHURCH SITE. 110 ft, x 140 ft.
jif $18.0 .- up .. 'j\;\ -"
Afro wigs J7.50 up N Perfect location, $14,000.
Mol.-.,as tistance free with any of the above purchase .. :,: ',TWa.oFFII; : = s-3 PROFESSIONAL CORNER BUILDING. Strategic
location, excellent for medical center, law offices,
your : etc. $35,000, $9,000 down, $200 month.
cosmetics, or <
and charge any of our hair goods, \
hairdos Our talon features a complete line of Mink ,ARcAQE.62436bb WE NOW HAVE MANY CHOICE PROPERTIESAND

Oil products and a make-up artist on hand at all tints ,2.'I! t ::1t" AvPL94371.; HOMES AVAILABLE WITH DOWN PAY'
; ', '. MENTS RANGING FROM $2,500. '
forconsvltatlon." >: ': '1!':'" : f> '::0': '(; ;:- '
691-939Z CALL US,,_ FOR... INFORMATION, ::',' ,
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